The What Doctors Don't Tell You Podcast
Summary: The What Doctors Don't Tell You podcast provides the latest healthcare news and uncovers the hard-to-get facts about health and the causes of illness.
In their final podcast before Christmas, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the US pediatric hospital that is barring children who haven’t had all their vaccinations and provide an update on GcMAF following the imprisonment of one of its manufacturers. They also explore how carbs cause the yo-yo diet, where people put the weight back on. In a special Christmas appeal, they urge us to visit anyone who may be living alone—because, as they discuss, isolation is a bigger killer than heart disease and cancer combined. Read more on each topic here:https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/hospital-refuses-to-treat-children-who-havent-been-vaccinated.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/gcmaf-manufacturer-jailed-but-the-therapy-isnt-on-trial-says-judge.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/the-foods-that-trigger-the-yo-yo-diet.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/the-one-thing-thats-more-lethal-than-cancer-and-heart-disease-combined.html
Is light therapy a revolution in healing? WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at the evidence, and much of it is in the December issue of the magazine. They also explore how a zinc deficiency could be a factor in the autism epidemic, and the link between soy and menstrual pain. The use of insecticides is causing learning difficulties in children, they report, and they round off with the news that coconut oil is a more effective insect repellent than DEET. Read more on about the topics discussed in this issue: https://www.wddty.com/magazine/2018/december/laser-light-the-futuristic-cure-all-for-muscle-pain-and-arthritis.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/zinc-deficiency-linked-to-autism-epidemic.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/women-fed-soy-formula-as-babies-more-likely-to-suffer-severe-menstrual-pains.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/organophosphates-cause-learning-problems-say-health-experts.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/coconut-oil-beats-deet-against-malaria-carrying-mosquitoes.html
In a wide-ranging podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard explore the connection between gum disease and Alzheimer’s, and discuss how a vegan diet can reverse type 2 diabetes. They also examine the latest research that shows how, far from causing heart disease, fatty foods help protect against it, and how cell (mobile) phone networks can be cancer-causing. To round off, they discuss how zinc and dark chocolate combine to be powerful anti-ageing agents.
In a food-themed podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at the extraordinary impact food and nutrition has on preventing chronic diseases and even reversing them. In the first item, they explain how organic food has a protective effect against most cancers, and they follow up with a study that has shown how intermittent fasting reverses type 2 diabetes within 10 months. From fasting to fast food, they talk about a research study – based on two islands off the coast of Australia – that demonstrates that fast-food causes depression. The good news is that the omega-3s in fish reverse the problem. Finally, they examine how a ketogenic diet – one high in fats and low in carbs – can prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia. For further reading on each topic discussed, visit the articles below: https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/eating-organic-reduces-your-cancer-risk.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/is-a-keto-diet-the-answer-to-dementia-and-alzheimers.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/fasting-can-reverse-type-2-diabetes.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/too-much-fast-food-could-be-causing-depression.html
In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard question the use of aspirin as a just-in-case remedy against heart disease – and they warn that any healthy person over the age of 70 should stop taking it as part of a daily health regime. They also look at the epidemic of childhood obesity and discover that detergents and cleaning products we use in the home could be an unsuspected culprit. They also report on the recent spate of mysterious illnesses among diplomatic staff in Cuba and China and suggest it could be linked to radiofrequency and microwave electromagnetic radiation that we’re all exposed to from our cell (mobile) phones, wi-fi and microwave ovens. In another item, they report that doctors are so busy filling out prescriptions that they aren’t even spotting cases of heart failure, and in the final item, they discover that around a third of medical researchers aren’t revealing their ties to the drug company whose drug they’re testing – even when they are shareholders in the company!
WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss what are the safe limits to drinking alcohol, and the virtue of booze-free days. They explore recent headlines about low-carb diets shortening your life, and why a stormy relationship with your partner could be one of the biggest factors in ill health. They also explain why it is that there never can be such a thing as a safe drug, and why acts of compassion can help you live longer, even when you have cancer.
WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about the cash-for-prescriptions schemes that reward doctors for prescribing more drugs for a range of chronic conditions. Schemes like this operate around the world – but they don’t work. People aren’t getting better and the hospitals are just as full, as a new research study has discovered. They also discuss how cell (mobile) phones are affecting the memories and learning abilities of schoolchildren, and how curcumin, the wonder ingredient in turmeric, is helping to reverse glaucoma, a major eye disease among the elderly. In other news, they discuss the psychological prompts that are encouraging doctors to prescribe more, how CVD (cannabidiol), the therapeutic part of cannabis, is super-charging chemotherapy and is making it a more effective cancer-fighter, and the world’s largest-ever study into spiritual healing, which proves it works.
Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about why they started What Doctors Don’t Tell You and why it’s important that doctors read WDDTY. For the last 30 years, WDDTY has been used to encourage doctors to change their treatments. Lynne and Bryan receive testimonials from thousands of people whose lives have been helped by their information. They also discuss the Lyme disease epidemic and how one study found that ticks are attracted to Type A blood group people. The subject of fish oils are next and why headline-grabbing studies are creating conflicting stories concerning the benefits of fish oils. They also reveal the connection between bouts of mania and the consumption of processed meats. They wrap up proceedings by looking at a study which found CT scans quadruple the risk of brain tumours.
WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard highlight a report that confirms everything WDDTY has been saying for more than 10 years – a high-fat diet doesn’t cause heart disease. In fact, it reduces the risk of a stroke. They also reveal how a low-carb diet can reverse the first signs of diabetes within a month, and that it’s oranges – and not carrots – that are good for eye health. They also discuss how compounds found in green tea and red wine can rewrite our DNA and the genetic code that pre-disposes us to many chronic diseases. They wrap up proceedings with reports about the number of Americans who die because of medical error, and the importance of sunlight in preventing so many health problems. Free download: https://www.wddty.com/giveaway
WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard report on a review into the dangers of formaldehyde—found in many common building materials—that has been successfully blocked by the American Chemistry Council. They also look at a traditional supplement used in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, to restore good gut health, how myopia is caused by a lack of sunlight, why it is that the routine heart health drugs we take—such as statins and blood pressure pills—are being prescribed at dosages way too powerful for us, and the hidden risk of 200 common prescription and over-the-counter medications.
WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about a suppressed report that concluded homeopathy works—and was replaced by a follow-up study that decided it didn’t. They also suggest the optimum amount of coffee you should be drinking every day, and look at the role our gut plays in our bone health and osteoporosis, while uncovering the surprising origins of rheumatoid arthritis. Finally, they report on a powerful—and dangerous—drug that’s routinely being prescribed for low back pain—when it’s supposed to be taken for epilepsy.
WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about the latest issue in the stores, including the real cause of chronic pain and ways to treat it. They also review the latest research into diet and heart disease, and how eggs can actually prevent the problem, the scandal of the wrong drugs for the elderly, the importance of fever as a cancer-preventer, and how a community and social activity can keep our brains healthy.
Join WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart for their latest round-up of health news. In this podcast, they discuss the health benefits of bicarbonate soda (baking soda).They also discuss the huge differences between certain types of calories, and how it is the speed at which food gets turned in to sugars in the body that is important. Next on the agenda is gut health. A new study reveals that the Inflammatory process begins in the gut. Finally, continuing their discussion on gut health, they look at how fasting for 24 hours helps to kick-start the good gut bacteria. Find further information and references in the articles below: https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/05/a-24-hour-fast-could-reverse-chronic-gut-problems-in-the-elderly.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/05/its-not-fatty-food-our-arteries-stiffen-when-our-gut-health-is-poor.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/06/baking-soda-it-should-be-part-of-our-daily-health-regime.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/05/dont-just-count-calories-where-they-come-from-makes-a-big-difference.html
Join WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart for their latest round-up of health news. In this podcast, they discuss how childhood vaccines give protection for only 10 years. They also discuss how stressing about minor problems for more than 24 hours affects your immune system, and makes you more susceptible to chronic diseases. Next on the agenda are mass shootings. Around a third of mass shooters in US schools had been diagnosed with a mental disorder. What extent do psychiatric drugs play in escalating violence? Finally, they discuss Coenzyme Q10, the miracle supplement seeing enormous changes in just 6 weeks.
Join WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart for their latest round-up of health news. In this podcast, they discuss why drugs can never cure people (and it’s all to do with profits and not healthcare), and the enormous cost when drugs cause side effects and adverse reactions. They also look at three good scientific papers that show how vitamins and nutritional medicine are reversing the most chronic health problems, from ME and chronic fatigue, heart health and general ageing. Finally, they explore the opioid painkiller addiction epidemic, and come up with some unexpected reasons as to how pain starts.