Synthesis by Jeffrey Bland
“ We need to listen to the patients' story and develop a response to it. The approach to complex syndromes may be much more profound than just trying to point a round peg into a square hole and get a singular diagnosis. ”
Jeffrey S. Bland, PhD

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Synthesis by Jeffrey Bland, PhD

Date Topics 
1/1/2007 S. Jill James University of Arkansas
Folic acid metabolism, gene-environment interactions, plasma metabolic profiles, and polymorphisms in the folate/methionine/glutathione pathway Listen Now
2/1/2007 Bethany Hays True North Health Center
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy: confusion & controversy, hormones and carcinogenesis, folate cycle nutrients and carcinogenesis, management of menopause and related health risks Listen Now
3/1/2007 Jorn Dyerberg Napro Pharma Norway
Long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the diet of Eskimo settlements in Greenland, drug safety, Torcetrapib Study, blood glucose levels, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis Listen Now
4/1/2007 Paul Cheney Private Practice Asheville
Chronic fatigue syndrome and diastolic dysfunction, vitamin D and multiple sclerosis risk, bacteria in Lyme disease ticks, oxidative in the erythrocytes of CFS patients, oxidative phosphorylation disorders Listen Now
5/1/2007 Jay Lombard Bronx Lebanon Hospital
Metabolic syndrome, inflammation, and cognitive decline; the role of high insulin on inflammation and neurological function, independent risk factors for diabetic complications, cardio-metabolic risk, apoB/apo A-I ratio Listen Now
6/1/2007 Jeffrey Blumberg Tufts University
The end of blockbuster drugs?, use of statin drugs and decreased libido, cerebrosterol, dietary phytochemicals and cholesterol dynamics, caloric restriction, obstructive sleep apnea and metabolic syndrome, celiac disease Listen Now
7/1/2007 Roger Newton Esperion Therapeutics
New therapeutic strategies for atherogenesis, polyunsaturated fatty acids and the stability of atherosclerotic plaques, lipoprotein families, C-reactive protein, the Iron-Heart Hypothesis, CETP inhibitors Listen Now
8/1/2007 Sonia Lupien McGill University
Functional somatic syndromes, neurophysiology of stress; diet and lifestyle effects on all-cause mortality and cause-specific mortality, the efficacy of adaptogens; persistent organic pollutants Listen Now
9/1/2007 Jeffrey M. Smith
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), “omics” research and cellular function, the licorice-blood pressure connection, the ATTICA Study, nutrient sensing and metabolic decisions Listen Now
10/1/2007 Frank Lipman Eleven Eleven Wellness Ctr New York
Acupuncture and mechanotransduction, the structure-function continuum, cruciferous vegetable phytochemicals; acid-alkaline balance in chronic disease, metabolic endotoxemia Listen Now
11/1/2007 Michael Holick Boston University
Vitamin D research, identifying functional genetic variants, Wilson’s Disease, modern genotyping and coronary artery disease, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease Listen Now
12/1/2007 Christoph Westphal Sirtris Pharmaceuticals
Xenohormesis, Homo obesus, resveratrol and sirtuin functions, infection-induced viscerosensory signals Listen Now

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