Monthly Archives: May 2016
5/24/16 – Dr. Hildy® and Dr. Leo Galland – Your Mystery Symptoms May Be Hidden Allergies – THE ALLERGY SOLUTION
5/24/16 – Dr. Hildy® and Dr. Leo Galland
Your Mystery Symptoms May Be Hidden Allergies
‘THE ALLERGY SOLUTION’
Tuesday, May 24, 2016 – 12:00-2:00PM Pacific
(1:00-3:00pm Mountain; 2:00-4:00pm Central; 3:00-5:00pm Eastern)
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Have you ever eaten something and not felt great afterwards? Not necessarily the almost-certain stomachache that comes from something greasy and fatty like a cheeseburger or a pizza, but even seemingly healthy foods? Perhaps you have unexplained symptoms, like fatigue, weight gain, or pain – or complaints that don’t go away, like brain fog, digestive trouble, or insomnia. These may not be caused by bad foods, or the commonly-blamed “stomach bug” but rather an allergy you never even knew you had.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes renowned medical doctor and author, Dr. Leo Galland, to discuss his new book, The Allergy Solution, which aims to cure patients of these issues instead of just masking the symptoms with drugs.
Dr. Galland is internationally recognized as a world leader in integrated medicine and a founder of Functional Medicine. A board-certified internist, he is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition and the American College of Physicians. Educated at Harvard University and the NYU School of Medicine, he won the Linus Pauling Award for his trailblazing vision that created a bold new way to practice medicine for thousands of doctors and has appeared in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, as well as the Dr. Oz Show, Today, Good Morning America, and on PBS, CNN, and Fox.
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Now that we are living in the Information Age, we are learning at exponential rates. Our knowledge of what lies beyond our planet has grown rapidly. Just last week, NASA announced the discovery of hundreds of planets, something that even 10 years ago was solely theory. As we look beyond our own boundaries to learn more about our potential future, we are also looking inward to learn more about our past. Myths and legends, long part of our oral history, have been given historical context, sometimes exposing the truth behind some, and leaving others as a greater mystery. While some legends of the past seem too fantastical to be true, we are learning more every day and have to ask – what if they are indeed true?
This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest, the delightful Rene Compton – creator of the children’s tutorials, “Computer Puppets” and the majical Gophette — presents her charming reading of ‘THE JEWELED DRAGONFLY’ – a mythical – fascinating tale — and returning guest, Film Producer Veronica Hendricks, for a discussion on the reality of our most fascinating myths and legends.
The Jeweled Dragonfly – Audio and Story by Rene Compton:
Some of the most pervasive myths are centered around cryptozoology, the study of creatures whose existence is still under debate due to lack of evidence. This includes living examples of creatures that are otherwise considered extinct, such as non-avian dinosaurs and animals whose existence lacks physical evidence but which appear in folklore, such as Bigfoot and chupacabras. Among these creatures are unicorns and dragons, both of which hold enormous significance in fiction, but have yet to authenticated as having existed on our planet.
However, recently dated a fossil of Elasmotherium sibiricum found in Kazakhstan has recently proven a “unicorn” was still alive 29,000 years ago. Thought to have been extinct for more than 350,000 years, this creature looked more like a rhinoceros than a horse, weighing about 9,000 pounds. It’s easy to see how through oral history, the legend of this quadroped could have changed from a large, rhinoceros-like creature, to that of the horse-with-a-horn that we are more familiar with now.
Join Dr. Hildy and her guests this week as they discuss the veracity of this and other ancient legends on One Cell One Light Radio!
What If Legends are True?
May 18, 2016, OCOLR – Dr. Hildy
What is a legend? A legend is defined as a traditional story sometimes popularly regarded as historical but unauthenticated by Webster’s Dictionary. Currently, we are living in a time when science is proving the historical findings of anthropologist to be true. It is a time when myth, legend and the scientific validation of natural history is being proven to be TRUE.
This week One Cell One Light Radio celebrates its five-year anniversary! Over the last five years, Dr. Hildy has taken us on a wild journey through a wide variety of topics while hosting some amazing guests, and this is all thanks to you, as we near a quarter of a million views!
As a big thank you, here are the links to the 20 most popular episodes. Take a journey back on the most popular topics of the last five years, including the preparation for 2012, new developments in the nano world, the truth about breast implants, the magic of the pineal gland, and much more!
After you enjoy those, join Dr. Hildy next week as she begins the next five amazing years on One Cell One Light Radio!
~~~~ SEE Dr. Hildy Notes below the Top 20 List ~~~~
~~Top 20 List ~~
Epictetus said, “The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best.” And that is exactly what has occurred over the last five years on the One Cell One Light Radio Show with Dr. Hildy. Do you believe it? Five years have gone by and we have had over 250 shows, which included dozens of special topic shows.
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From the Baci Mi ™ GARDENS COLLECTION of RECIPES
Guest: Aaron Steil, Education Coordinator at Reiman Gardens, Iowa State University
Have you ever eaten a daylily right out of your garden?
“They kind of taste like buttered lettuce,” says Aaron Steil, Reiman Gardens’ Education Coordinator at the Iowa State University’s 14-acre Reiman Gardens located in Ames, 35 miles north of Des Moines, Iowa. “With roses, pansies, even lilacs, people grow them because they are pretty,” he says.
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But what many people do not realize is that they have a dual purpose — they are edible. They can brighten up just about any meal and create new taste sensations. “They kind of make a meal look fancy,” says Steil, a horticulturist, who has satisfied his curiosity by partaking of edible flowers. “Most people are very curious but a little reluctant to try them.”
Most of us don’t stop to realize that some of the vegetable kingdom will actually flower, too, but we eat them in the bud stage before the flavors change and become more bitter as they open up. Broccoli and cauliflower in the cruciferous family are two such examples, according to Steil.
Reiman Gardens is part of Iowa State University and serves as a teaching facility for students in horticulture and landscape architecture. In the summer months, 15 students flesh out the staff when the gardens are in full bloom, and they shrink down to 5 in the cold winter months.
A focal attraction at Reiman Gardens is its 2,500-square-foot butterfly conservatory, which contains around 800 exotic and native butterflies representing 50 different types in flight. It includes the Blue Morpho, a Central American-native tropical butterfly with iridescent blue wings.
The butterflies are shipped in every week as chrysalis (for butterflies) or as cocoons (for moths). Then they hatch there and become part of the short–lived conservatory population. “The average life-span is two weeks,” says Steil.