In this show, Doctor Rodier reports on “The Art of Racing in the Rain.” First, a NY Times #1 Bestseller and now a movie, released by Twentieth Century Fox, with a lot of stops and starts before production. The work about Danny, a race car driver his dog, Enzo, (voiced by Kevin Costner) who participates, though a dog’s perception, significantly in his owner’s life. Doctor Rodier advises “to see this movie or read the book. Get a box of Kleenex. I am surrounded by animals at my house. They teach me a lot, mostly to be still, love more and speak less.” This idea of being quiet, still and more loving, appears more with animals than in human relationships. How does this relate to health? It appears that companionship of a dog, according to a Medscape article, helps survivors of coronary events live longer. Is this because of a long-term, less cognitive relationship? An article in the journal Nature states that researchers “examined postmortem brain tissue from extremely long-lived people for clues about what made them different than people who died in their 60s and 70s,” concluding with “one key to a longer life could be a quieter brain without too much neural activity.” It further reported that” in worms, mice, and people, “high levels of neuronal firing spell a shorter life span.” Thinking has its place, but it is not the only place that our brain needs to work effectively. Still, on the more cognitive side, we mention concept of Consilience, the title of Doctor Edward O. Wilson’s book, referring to a focus on connecting the dots between facts that sometimes seem weirdly connected. Dr. Wilson is a highly respected, world-renowned naturalist, who was attracted to the “Ionian Enchantment,” concepts put forward centuries ago by ancient Greek philosophers. To this end, we describe studies connecting psoriasis with increased risk for cancer and how early menopause is associated with heart conditions befalling women under the age of 60. These studies seem unlikely unless you connect the dots. We also discuss how epigenetics can throw off the so-called inevitable health outcome of genetics. We learn how identical genotypes, can produce different phenotypes, a term used to describe the behavioral and physical expressions of the body. This can, as illustrated by a study of twins and cancer, can be quite different owing to environmental and dietary effects on the microbiome, when the diets of one set of twins favored cancer and the other different set of diets, had statistically less vulnerability to cancer. The program also discusses misconceptions regarding Soy, partially due to its overall fate as a GMO and the foundation for certain products utilizing trans fats. Doctor Rodier gives his recommendations for utilizing soy in the right way and the unfair associations that still linger from flawed interpretations of research from the past. Film scripts, audio and video ads and editing web content, web design, articles, press releases, social media profiles Archives for Inalienable and Free, Threshold Radio, Integrative Hermetic Health Show Archives for Integrative Hermetic Health: Podcasts on iTunes: ¬Subscribe to Threshold Radio on YouTube:


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