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How to Strengthen Your Immune System (the Right Way) to Better Protect Against Viruses Like Coronavirus

How to Strengthen Your Immune System (the Right Way) to Better Protect Against Viruses Like Coronavirus

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In this episode, Dr. Earl discusses the various myths and truths regarding the many natural products out there claiming to help protect people from coronavirus.

Sometimes a lot of the things that can help us when we’re sick aren’t the best things to take when we’re not sick. A strong immune system is important but overloading it with all sorts of good products at once can cause more issues. Dr. Earl discusses the balance and fine line between doing what benefits your body vs too much of a good thing.

Dr. Earl also goes over what you should (and shouldn’t) be doing to help protect yourself from COVID-19 as well as what to do if you get it. A few of the topics include: zinc, Vitamin C, apple cider vinegar, diatomaceous earth, aloe vera, whey protein, and how NSAIDs like ibuprofen can affect your system.

If you’re concerned about your health, don’t miss this episode and be sure to follow Denali Podcast with Dr. Earl!

 

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PEMF Therapy & Your Health

PEMF Therapy & Your Health

If you’ve been looking for ways to improve your overall health, you may have heard about Pulsed Electomagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy. You also may be curious to know what it actually is and how it works.

To give you some background, PEMF was actually discovered by the space program in Russia when they were trying to find out why the astronauts had such severe bone, muscle and neurological wasting. Any time they sent an astronaut to space for more than three or four months, they came back with significant tissue loss and spent months, if not years, recovering.

Ultimately, what they found was that in space, we are not subject to the same electromagnetic fields that we are here on Earth. This is what lead to the discovery of PEMF, the field that stimulates our bone, muscle and tissue generation and keeps our nerves healthy. Without it, we lose the stimulation to grow and function at a high level. The space program then reproduced this magnetic frequency and sent it up to space with their astronauts, which allowed them to stay for an extended period of time.

Now, PEMF technologies and devices are used here on Earth to help reset your system and clear out your body’s confusion from all of the different types of electromagnetic frequencies in today’s society.

 

If you would like to learn more about this topic, listen to our full podcast where Dr. Brett J. Earl MD discusses the history of PEMF, the difference between micro and macro PEMF, and some of the at-home devices that are available.

 

On this episode of the Denali Podcast with Dr. Earl:

  • (0:20) History of PEMF and Russian Astronauts
  • (3:37) PEMF devices & your health
  • (5:37) Micro vs. Macro PEMF
  • (9:30) PEMF Therapy vs. TENS Units
  • (11:40) Dr. Earl’s Review of the Bemer

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Denali Medical Center was founded by Brett J. Earl, MD, who leads a team of experienced and compassionate providers. This team is passionate about educating patients on empowering treatments that enhance overall wellness. This approach enables their patients to make well-informed decisions about their health care to avoid illness, prescriptions, and surgery.

To learn more about Denali Medical Center, visit DenaliMed.com.

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New Year Illness, Vaccination & Electromagnetic Waves

New Year Illness, Vaccination & Electromagnetic Waves

As we know, there’s a fare amount of illness that happens through the months of November and December. But it’s interesting that once patients get through the holidays, in January, it really hits. We see a big uptake in cold and influenza, and a lot of it has to do with the fact that the holidays were so stressful and there was so much going on. Patients are surprised when they take that breather and say, “Okay, now I can get back to normal life.” Well, we’ve been living under this stress for so long, our bodies kind of take a step back as well and try to recover. That’s where the cold and flu move in and really hits us.

Is a cold or flu keeping you from getting ‘back to normal life’ after the holidays? Listen to our full podcast where Dr. Brett J. Earl MD discusses ways to deal with influenza, his thoughts on vaccination, as well as the problem with electromagnetic frequency in today’s society.

 

 

On this episode of the Denali Podcast with Dr. Earl

  • (0:28) How to deal with New Year influenzas
  • (3:28) Does Bio Active-C have any taste?
  • (5:13) Dr. Earl’s thoughts about vaccination and its effect on the immune system
  • (9:49) Electromagnetic frequency in today’s society
  • (11:23) Why are electromagnetic waves are a problem?
  • (12:25) The importance of wave lengths and how they correspond with our bodies.
  • (16:50) What can we do to help solve this issue?

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Denali Medical Center was founded by Brett J. Earl, MD, who leads a team of experienced and compassionate providers. This team is passionate about educating patients on empowering treatments that enhance overall wellness. This approach enables their patients to make well-informed decisions about their health care to avoid illness, prescriptions, and surgery.

To learn more about Denali Medical Center, visit DenaliMed.com.

 

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Healthy Holiday Reminders & Goals for the New Year

Healthy Holiday Reminders & Goals for the New Year

With the holiday season in full effect, you might find yourself in a pickle about whether you should eat that sugary treat or not.

Well, a study found that this mental dilemma caused so much elevated stress on its patients that it was actually worse than just taking advantage of a short period of time and eating a snack or two. This doesn’t mean it’s time to eat an entire plate of cookies by yourself, but don’t deny yourself to the point that you finish the day more stressed than you started. It’s interesting to know how powerful stress is in our lives. Sometimes, eating unhealthy is better than the burden that we will inflict upon ourselves if we are constantly in a state of denial.

New Years is a time for making goals and resolutions. Breaking free from pain and moving towards wellness is a common goal, but unfortunately, one that few know how to achieve. In this podcast, learn about the specific side effects and downsides of common pain treatments that your doctor probably isn’t telling  you about. Plus, learn why oxygen healing therapies are the way to go

 

On this episode of the Denali Podcast with Dr. Earl:

  • (1:02) Some reminders about unhealthy eating during the holidays and the impact of stress
  • (3:10) Tips on how to prepare our bodies for the holiday sweets
  • (4:05) World’s greatest vitamin C
  • (5:22) How to address the aches and pain that come with the commitment of a New Year’s resolution
  • (8:35) Comparison of over-the-counter pain medications and their side effects
  • (12:47) Why you might want to stay away from Cortisone
  • (14:07) The downside of stem cell therapy
  • (14:37) Why Platelet-Rich Plasma, Prolozone, and other oxygen healing treatments are the way to go

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Denali Medical Center was founded by Brett J. Earl, MD, who leads a team of experienced and compassionate providers. This team is passionate about educating patients on empowering treatments that enhance overall wellness. This approach enables their patients to make well-informed decisions about their health care to avoid illness, prescriptions, and surgery.

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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is going to be your starting point. This is when you compress the time you eat into a 6 to 12-hour window. That means you go without eating (but you can drink water) for a 12 to 18-hour period. This includes sleep time, so you can easily get 8 hours out of the way without even knowing it.

This is not something that should be done seven days of the week, so there are different ways in which people go about it. For example, if you’re following the 5-1-1 method, you would intermittent fast for five days, feast for one day, and then dry fast for the last day.

Dry Fasting (24 Hour)

Dry fasting is when you completely eliminate both food and water, typically for a 24-hour period. When doing this type of fast, it only takes your body about 12 to 18 hours to realize that it has to switch to a different energy source. Instead of relying on glucose, your body then uses fats and other metabolites. This actually gives the liver exercise because it has to change to a new way of processing the foods and other things that come through.

Unhealthy and precancerous cells don’t do well with a diet that is not a steady stream of glucose. So, you end up forcing those unhealthy tissues out of the picture through a process called Autophagy — where your body eliminates unhealthy or old cells and replaces them with new and vibrant cells. Fasting is one of the most powerful ways we can do this. The process can start within 10 to 15 hours with no food or drink.

72-Hour Fasting

Going three days without food seems nearly impossible, so it’s a good idea to work your way up.
Start with intermittent fasting and get yourself comfortable with 18 hours without food. Next, do several 24-hour fasts (Do this over the course of several months, not every other day). At this point, you’ll already start to notice a positive difference, giving you motivation to keep pushing.

One of the major benefits of fasting for this long is that it resets your mast cells, which are essentially the control switchboard for the immune system. If these cells are given a steady glucose diet and don’t have to switch over to something else, they can live for 20 years. Over the course of those 20 years, they are constantly adding memory. Unfortunately, a lot of that memory is bad and can cause confusion to the body. Autoimmune disease is skyrocketing because people are not resetting these mast cells.

Long-Term Fasting

Anything over 72 hours without food is considered long-term fasting. At this point, you’ll start to burn fat at a higher level, your immune system will continue to reduce, and you’ll eliminate a lot more insulin from your system. This type of fasting tends to be popular with those who are obese or have diabetes.

3 Critical Steps before a Lengthy Fast

The idea of eliminating food and water from your diet can be intimidating, but in reality, the body is amazing. It’s designed for this.

If you are planning on doing a fast of 24 hours or more, just make sure to safely work your way up and follow these 3 critical steps beforehand:

• Take a good multivitamin
• Keep up on your electrolytes
• Mild or moderate exercise (20-minute walk, gentle calisthenics, etc.)

 

To learn more about the types of fasting and their benefits, listen to our podcast below. Also available on YouTube and iTunes.

 

 

Denali Medical Center was founded by Brett J. Earl, MD, who leads a team of experienced and compassionate providers. This team is passionate about educating patients on empowering treatments that enhance overall wellness. This approach enables their patients to make well-informed decisions about their health care to avoid illness, prescriptions, and surgery.

To learn more about Denali Medical Center, visit DenaliMed.com.

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