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Dr. Eric Berg DC, describes the truth about getting healthy and losing healthy weight. His area of expertise is in the subject of the Ketogenic diet, Intermittent Fasting, weight loss, and overall body health. He is the director of Dr. Berg's Nutritionals and author of a best-selling book on amazon.com, The New Body Type Guide. He has conducted over 4800 seminars on health-related topics. Dr. Berg’s YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram channels have close to 6 million followers worldwide and hav ...
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Dr. John Bergman D.C.

Dr. John Bergman D.C.

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Join Dr. John Bergman D.C. in his mission to educate, inspire and empower people to heal their bodies and free their minds. As you learn more about how your body was designed to heal itself and how you were made to thrive here on this planet, you will be reminded of the power you hold within you to be the change you wish to see!
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HeadRoom with Dr. Rod Berger

HeadRoom with Dr. Rod Berger

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HeadRoom explores deep into the minds of those on the frontiers of our society. Uncovering the 'why' behind acclaimed contributors forging their path through life and those new souls just stepping beyond the crowd. Investigating the source of inspiration that drove those who have gone before us, Headroom hopes to inspire the 'next' in us. Join Dr. Rod Berger, PsyD, uncover the stories seldom told and add richness to the narratives within our own lives.
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Tonsil stones can be frustrating and embarrassing due to the unpleasant odor they produce in the mouth. However, it's essential to understand the deeper cause of these stones to fully address and prevent them from reoccurring. Tonsils are small lymphatic tissues located at the back of your throat. They act as the first line of defense against patho…
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It's no secret that plant-based meats have been marketed as healthier and more environmentally friendly alternatives to real meat. However, these claims are not entirely accurate. While plant-based meats contain some nutrients, they simply can’t compare to those found in real meat, such as protein, B vitamins, iron, selenium, and zinc. Plant-based …
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Welcome to the episode of HeadRoom. Today, we're diving deep into the transformative world of artificial intelligence with a trailblazing guest, Sarah Nagy, Co-Founder and CEO of SEEK AI. With an impressive background in finance and startups, Sarah has consistently stayed ahead of the curve, anticipating the seismic shifts in technology that would …
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the side effects and benefits of ashwagandha. Ashwagandha is a powerful herb that helps to reduce stress and anxiety. Along with stress management, ashwagandha has numerous potential health benefits, including the following: •Reduces nervousness •Helps reduce cortisol •Increases VO2 max •Increases testoste…
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Jennifer Dulski has a wide range of executive experience, including leadership roles at Facebook, Google, and Yahoo! and founder, CEO, and president roles at early-stage and scaling startups. She is currently CEO and founder of Rising Team, a company that provides tools, data, and community to turn managers into amazing coaches who build happier an…
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Welcome back to HeadRoom, a sanctuary for the curious mind and a canvas for thought-provoking stories, with your host, Dr. Rod Berger. Today's episode bridges the past with the present as we delve into the compelling narrative crafted by Linda Ambrus Broenniman in her book "The Politzer Saga." In this conversation, Linda peels back the layers of a …
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Please join me in welcoming Dr. Eric Westman. Dr. Westman is an M.D. and a Master's-level statistician. He explains how researchers often manipulate data reports by misleadingly presenting information. He also explains the difference between absolute risk and relative risk and how it can be used for this purpose. Observational studies can also misl…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the best-selling drug in the world: Keytruda. Keytruda helps your immune system find and kill cancer cells. Keytruda is also used for autoimmune diseases and certain infections. Unlike chemotherapy, Keytruda helps kill cancer cells without killing your immune system. Keytruda works through immunomodulation…
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Today, I’m going to give you an inside look at my new studio. I had a studio at my old house, but when I moved to the farm, I never got around to making a new one! I needed an upgrade, so I called Bill! I got rid of the cinder blocks, and Bill started working on my new table. For the woodwork in my new studio, Bill used a tree that fell into my pon…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about some of the health benefits of drinking coffee. Remember, don’t drink coffee if it gives you anxiety, increases your heart rate, or prevents you from sleeping. Too much coffee can increase cortisol and adrenaline, so limit your daily coffee intake to one cup. Caffeine is a phytochemical found in coffee and…
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Today, we’re going to talk about how the color of your urine can tell you what’s going on inside your body. Urine is filtered blood. Nephrons recycle good materials back into the blood and remove toxins and waste through your urine. If you have clear urine, you’re drinking too much water. Too much water dilutes sodium and makes you dehydrated. Hydr…
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We have a robust Career and Technical Education program at Oregon High School and today we are meeting up with our School to Career coordinator at OHS as well as some students who are involved in the great opportunities that our program offers.Oregon School District
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In this video, I'm going to share what you can do to help remove plaque from your arteries naturally. Plaque is made of cholesterol, calcium, and protein. These 3 ingredients form a band-aid if you have inflammation or other issues on the inside of your artery. There are 2 types of plaque: soft plaque (unstable, dangerous) and hard plaque (calcifie…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about a common weed that may help reverse liver damage. This weed may help assist with inflammation of the liver and may even help reverse cirrhosis. Weeds are actually herbs! This herb was used in Egypt, China, and Rome and has been used for thousands of years. The English folk name for this herb is “piss-a-bed…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the top nutrient deficiency in Lyme disease, vitamin D. The spirochete microbe involved in Lyme disease blocks your ability to receive vitamin D. This means you could have normal vitamin D levels in your blood but be severely deficient deep in your tissues. Vitamin D typically comes from the sun and is abs…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about Bill Gates’ new product, Apeel, which is used to make fresh produce last longer. Of the ingredients in Apeel, 99.34 percent are listed as “other ingredients,” which is a red flag because of the lack of transparency. We know that Apeel contains monoglycerides and diglycerides—emulsifiers, which help mix thi…
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Today, we’re going to talk about some of the recent news headlines claiming that fasting can wreak havoc on your cardiovascular system. This information was taken from an abstract (short summary) of an observational study sponsored by the American Heart Association. The study was based on a 24-hour dietary recall, where participants had to recall e…
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Today, we’re going to look at the obesity rates in the United States. Why are there no fat people in Colorado? Areas of the US with higher Black, Latino, and American Indian populations have higher obesity rates. The elderly have higher rates of obesity as well. People with darker skin tones have more melanin, making it more difficult to absorb vit…
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Please join me in welcoming Guy Tenenbaum. Six years ago, Guy was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, also known as metastatic cancer. This means the cancer had spread to at least one organ. People with stage 4 cancer are typically given a few weeks to a few months to live. A cancer cell comes from a normal cell that has damage in the mitochondria. The …
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the critical roles of vitamin D and parathyroid hormone in helping to prevent autoimmune diseases. Many people with an autoimmune disease have had success with the Coimbra protocol, which involves taking high doses of vitamin D. The Coimbra protocol checks parathyroid hormone levels produced by the parathy…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the benefits of drinking celery juice. Celery is 95% water, so it doesn’t contain many nutrients. A 16-ounce glass of celery juice contains some folate (B9) and about 288 mg of sodium. However, celery juice contains four phytonutrients that have significant health benefits. 1. 3-n-butylphthalide This phyto…
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In this podcast, I'm going to share an incredible potential natural alternative to help slow the signs of dementia. The drug Lupron works to suppress certain cancers because it suppresses certain sex hormones. New research has also shown that Lupron can decrease dementia symptoms. Lupron is a potent suppressor of luteinizing hormone. Luteinizing ho…
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Let's take a look at magnesium for sleep or anxiety and when you may need to try something else instead. Sometimes, low magnesium is not the cause of your anxiety or sleep problems, and taking it can even worsen your symptoms. The second part of sleep is called REM sleep. People with higher levels of adrenaline and cortisol tend to wake up around 2…
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In this podcast, we’ll discuss a very important amino acid: glycine. Collagen is a main component of connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. About ⅓ of collagen is made by glycine. Your body can make glycine, but unfortunately, it doesn’t make very much. If you're not getting it from the diet, you could be deficient. Unless you’re ea…
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Today, we’re going to look at 16 common signs of nutrient deficiencies. First, let’s look at why you might be deficient in the first place. Here are some of the common causes of nutrient deficiencies: • Not eating nutrient-dense foods • Eating foods grown in depleted soils or grown in water (hydroponics) • Genetic weaknesses • Low stomach acids • N…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the antioxidant glutathione. Glutathione is an important antioxidant present in all of your cells. It helps detoxify heavy metals and protects against free radical damage and oxidation. Your body makes glutathione! You should only take a supplement if you have Tylenol poisoning. Tylenol depletes glutathion…
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In this episode, we are talking with producers of Panther Vision - the OHS student news production, which was recently recognized as one of the best in the state by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. We'll hear all about what it takes to produce the program each day and the great skills they're building for their future!…
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In this podcast, I’m going to give you 7 tips to help you increase fat-burning while you sleep. Poor sleep stops fat-burning, so it’s important to make sure you’re getting good sleep. Check out these tips to boost fat loss while you sleep. 7. Only eat when you’re hungry. Let your appetite dictate your fasting pattern. 6. Reduce extra fat in your di…
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I'm excited to share a little bit about the upcoming Hack Your Health event that I’ll be speaking at. Please join me in welcoming Robin Switzer, the CEO of the event. At the Hack Your Health event, I’m going to share fascinating information about the following topics: 1. Cancer 2. The autoimmune disease epidemic 3. The heart’s response to nutrition…
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Today, I’m going to share 22 signs of a magnesium deficiency. Sixty percent of magnesium is in the bone, 20% is in the muscle, 19% is in the soft tissue, and 1% is in the blood. Magnesium deficiency is the most overlooked deficiency because it cannot be detected by a blood test. The top causes of magnesium deficiency include: • Consumption of sugar…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about a surprising hidden source of heart attacks. In his book "Hidden Epidemic," Dr. Thomas Levy reported that 78% of patients with myocardial infarctions and occluded arteries also had DNA of pathogens typical for infections in root canal-treated teeth. This type of chronic infection is known as chronic apical…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the side effects of gallbladder removal. You can live a long, healthy life without a gallbladder, but unfortunately, 40% of people who’ve had their gallbladder removed end up with persistent pain and symptoms for a year or more. Some of the common symptoms associated with gallbladder removal include the fo…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the benefits of castor oil. Castor oil contains the compound retinoic acid, which acts as a remedy for many issues involving the skin and hair. Castor oil can be very beneficial for the following concerns: • Dry skin • Brittle hair • Dry hair • Hair loss • Cracked heels • Stretch marks • Scars • Dermatitis…
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In this podcast, we’re going to take a look at hypertension. Ninety percent of all hypertension is considered essential hypertension. This means the cause is unknown. Anti-hypertensive medication is one of the most prescribed medicines in the world. Normal blood pressure is 120/80. Research suggests a strong relationship between potassium deficienc…
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In this episode, we hear from three students at Oregon Middle School and their teacher about a special project where they interviewed an adult with a common area of interest. In some cases, this adventure took them across the country, and even around the world!Oregon School District
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about a vitamin that can help relieve symptoms of arthritis. Arthritis involves inflammation, breakdown of cartilage, stiffness, and pain. People often take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to get rid of the pain associated with arthritis, but NSAIDs can cause gastrointestinal bleeding, ulcers, and…
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In this podcast, I’m going to tell you about the healthiest peanut butter. Peanuts don't typically cause health issues, but they can cause bloating for some people, and it's still important to consume the right peanuts. Peanuts are not nuts—they are legumes that grow in the soil. Conventional peanuts are heavily sprayed with pesticides and fungicid…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about three ways to get rid of heartburn without using antacids. Antacids only work for a short time, requiring you to take more and more to keep your symptoms at bay. Through prolonged use, antacids will only make heartburn worse by depleting your stomach acid. Antacids are associated with the following side ef…
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Today, we’re going to talk about the dangers of avoiding sun exposure. There has been an association between vitamin D insufficiency and autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular diseases, and at least 17 different cancers. Vitamin D is intimately involved in over 2,000 of our genes and vital for proper immune function. It’s virtually impossible to get e…
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In this podcast, we’re going to talk about the concept of hormesis. Hormesis describes two things that might oppose each other. In terms of health, hormesis refers to a controlled dose of stress that makes positive changes for your body. With hormesis, you can adapt to various types of stress, including exercise, radiation, cold, heat, hypoxia, pla…
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Today, I’m going to share 7 tips to help you lose belly fat. The average thin person has 58 times more stored fat than sugar. To transition into burning fat instead of sugar, you must lower insulin! Check out these tips to help you burn more fat: • Consume 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water one to three times a day to help low…
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Check out this fascinating interview with Dr. Ian Lake and find out how he burned over 25,000 calories in 5 days! Please join me in welcoming Dr. Ian Lake! Dr. Lake is a medical doctor and type 1 diabetic who ran 5 marathons while fasting for 5 days. He ran a total of 100 miles in 5 days! Dr. Lake's main goal was to show how nutritional ketosis can…
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Today we are talking about kids and safety and will be speaking with some experts right here in the OSD - School Resource Officer Schewe and OSD parent and Be SMART advocate, Katie Smart, who will give us practical tips for keeping our kids safe.Oregon School District
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In this podcast, I'm going to debunk some popular myths about water and provide you with the truth behind each one. Myth #1: Once you feel thirsty, dehydration has already set in Truth: While feeling thirsty is a sign that your body needs more fluids, it does not necessarily mean you are dehydrated. Your body is designed to give you signals when yo…
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In this podcast, I’m going to share 15 underlying causes of itching. Pruritus is the medical term for itching. Itching usually involves a superficial nerve that is aggravated to some level. Here are 15 causes of itching: 1. Body lice 2. Scabies 3. Hookworms 4. Herpes 5. Insect bites 6. Yeast infection 7. Poison ivy 8. Tick bites 9. Diabetes 10. Pol…
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Let’s discuss the many benefits of green tea and how it can help with depression. But what exactly is green tea? Green tea is a drink made from unfermented leaves, which makes it different from other types of tea. It contains many pharmacologically active compounds that have been found to have numerous health benefits. One of these benefits is its …
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