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YOU: The Owner's Manual

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YOU: The Owner’s Manual series of bestselling books; lecturer, TV personality, and radio talk show personality; advocate of exercise and living the healthy life – and he practices what he preaches.

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Palatine, IL

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YOU: The Owner’s Manual series of bestselling books; lecturer, TV personality, and radio talk show personality; advocate of exercise and living the healthy life – and he practices what he preaches.

Twitter:

@healthradio

Language:

English

Contact:

847-577-6155


Episodes

EP 1,182 - News of the Week

2/27/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:20:58

EP 1,182B - Stress & Money

2/27/2024
"You may have spent years saving for retirement—but have you thought of the best way to use the money you saved? How you withdraw from your IRA, 401(k), and other accounts can have a major impact on how much you will pay in federal income taxes during retirement. After searching in vain for helpful information on retirement withdrawal strategies, I decided to create a retirement tax simulator I call the Retirement Tax Saver tool. The tool shows that how and when money is withdrawn from retirement accounts can have an enormous impact on taxes. I thought the information was important enough to share that I interrupted my attempt at early semi-retirement to write the book, From Savvy Saver to Smart Spender: How to Pick a Tax-Wise Retirement Withdrawal Strategy."

Duration:00:20:58

EP 1,181B - THE BLUE ZONES: Secrets for Living Longer

2/20/2024
Longevity trailblazer and NYT bestselling author Dan Buettner. In The Blue Zones Secrets for Living Longer, Dan reveals an all new Blue Zone. And we will have exciting news that we will share later this month! Nearly 20 years ago, journalist Dan Buettner landed in the mountain villages of Sardinia, Italy, with a backpack and a National Geographic assignment to investigate hotspots around the world where people are thriving into their 100s. A wealth of dedicated research, extensive global travel, five books, and a groundbreaking national wellness project later, Buettner returned to his original five Blue Zones—Ikaria, Greece; Okinawa, Japan; Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula; and Loma Linda, California, along with Sardinia—for a follow-up visit. In The Blue Zones Secrets for Living Longer: Lessons from the Healthiest Places on Earth (National Geographic; August 29, 2023), Dan Buettner shares updates on the communities known for their super-agers—centenarians who maintain healthy, fulfilling lives and sharp brains until the end—as well as his Blue Zones Project across the United States. Yet, this book is much more than a recap. Within a captivating tour of the Blue Zones through beautiful photographs and engaging anecdotes, Buettner offers vital new insights and expanded practices for adding 10 or more vibrant years to life expectancy. Among timely topics and never-before-published information, Dan Buettner discusses his investigation into an all-new and exciting “Blue Zone 2.0”—the first intentionally created Blue Zone yet explored—where government policies have increased longevity, reduced healthcare costs, and strengthened a sense of family and kinship. The remarkable success of his Blue Zone Project, the largest preventative health program in America, in more than 70 cities, from Fort Worth, Texas, to Naples, Florida, as well as the entire states of Iowa and Hawaii. Stunning results include double-digit drops in obesity, smoking, and BMI; significant reductions in employee absenteeism; and millions of dollars of savings in healthcare costs. His priority on making it easier for everyone to develop and sustain habits proven to increase longevity by changing their surroundings. He can share simple tips for redesigning any home, room by room, to naturally encourage longevity-enhancing practices from plant-based eating to regular exercise to taking time to downshiftThe toll of the typical American diet and sedentary lifestyle not only across the USA—where rates of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and dementia continue to rise as we spend billions on vitamins, protein supplements, and prescription drugs—but also in the Blue Zones, due to the forces of globalization and technology.

Duration:00:25:31

EP 1,181 - News of the Week

2/20/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:12:01

EP 1,180B - Cracking the Science of Collagen in Bones

2/13/2024
Joey Wallace’s work in the Bone Biology and Mechanics Lab at Purdue University in Indianapolis has focused on the role collagen in bone plays in several different disease models. Joey Wallace is becoming one of the nation's foremost leaders in bone collagen research. He's discovered new identification techniques, while studying the key role collagen plays in diabetes and kidney disease.

EP 1,180 - News of the Week

2/13/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:07:48

EP 1,179B - THE POWER FIVE: Essential Foods for Optimal Health

2/6/2024
You don’t have to eat a restrictive diet to live better, healthier, and longer. In this essential cookbook, 75 recipes put the focus on the five foods that keep you living your best life—without sacrificing flavor or favorites. The key to longevity, experts say, comes down to what you eat. And that doesn’t mean a restrictive diet. This innovative cookbook acclaimed nutritionist and doctor Michael Crupain introduces the five essential food groups for a longer, healthier life, along with 75 delicious recipes that will ward off illness and extend your life by years. Living longer and better, he reveals, doesn’t mean frequent trips to the doctor’s office or a magic pill. Instead, it’s all about preventative medicine through the power of what you eat—and that includes carbs, fats, and sugars. Crupain provides an inspiring road map to revamp your eating habits for maximum health. Using a foundation of 5 key food groups—whole grains, seafood, nuts and seeds, beans, and fruits and vegetables—he crafts 75 recipes that will prevent disease and extend your life by years.

EP 1,179 - News of the Week

2/6/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:07:30

EP 1,178 - News of the Week

1/30/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:07:46

EP 1,178B - Winning the War Against the Winter Blues: Gear Up Against Seasonal Depression with Dr. Greg Hammer’s 3-Minute Meditation Practice

1/30/2024
Daylight savings time is just around the corner and feelings of dread might be creeping in as we settle into the shorter days and longer nights. For many, daylight savings marks the beginning of “The Winter Blues.” But there’s no need to fear because Dr. Greg Hammer is eager to share his tried-and-true mindfulness practice that will help boost your mental resilience and give you the tools to thrive during these cold winter months. Dr. Hammer is incredibly passionate about educating folks on the ways in which they can prioritize and improve their mental health so that they may live peaceful and fulfilling lives.

EP 1,177 - News of the Week

1/23/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:09:47

EP 1,177B - The Sweet and Bitter Truth About Fructose and Its Effects on the Brain

1/23/2024
Dr. Richard Johnson is here to discuss the impact of fructose on obesity and its possible link to Alzheimer's and dementia. Dr. Johnson explains that while fruit contains healthy fiber and potassium, added sugars and high fructose corn syrup in processed foods contribute to excessive fructose intake. He discusses the historical rise in sugar consumption and the body's ability to produce fructose from carbohydrates. Dr. Johnson also explores the evolutionary aspects of fructose metabolism and its role in fat storage and hunger. The potential benefits of a ketogenic diet and reducing sugar intake are highlighted, along with ongoing research into fructose kinase inhibitors to combat obesity and neurological issues. The episode concludes with a discussion on natural sugar alternatives like allulose and the importance of a balanced diet.

EP 1,176 - News of the Week

1/16/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:09:26

EP 1,176B - BUILDING YOUR FAMILY: The Complete Guide to Donor Conception

1/16/2024
Authors Lisa Schuman, a licensed clinical social worker and therapist, and Dr. Mark Leondires, have decades of experience working with patients, as well as their own personal stories of fertility treatment and non-genetic parenthood. Together they walk listeners through the medical and genetic aspects of donor conception, common ethical dilemmas, managing relationships with friends and family members, ways to tell donor-conceived children about their origins, and strategies to cope with the difficulties of fertility treatment. In a compassionate and authoritative narrative, they help stressed out parents-to-be find their way forward with confidence and joy.

EP 1,174 - Author of: Nothing but the Tooth

1/5/2024
Dr. Teresa Yang is here today to discuss her book, "Nothing but the Tooth". Have you ever visited a new dentist and been told you need a “smile makeover,” with the implication that if your teeth were whiter and straighter, you would be more successful and happier? Or maybe you’ve never had a cavity – and now, suddenly, you have a half dozen that require immediate attention. Perhaps you’ve been told you need a root canal or a crown or implant. What are all these things? Which procedure is best for your situation? Did you leave those offices thinking, “It’s not really bothering me. Do I need to get all this work done?” Nothing But the Tooth is a ready guide to dental health that answers all your questions and the ones you didn’t even know to ask. It begins with the most important how to choose a competent and ethical dentist – and ends with a discussion about technological advances in the dental field. Topics such as the cost of dental treatment, pediatric and geriatric dental needs, and the link between sleep apnea and your mouth are covered. Most importantly, it guides readers to a better understanding of the link between dental and overall health.

EP 1,175 - News of the Week

1/2/2024
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:07:00

EP 1,175B - Fat Cells: Professor Discher’s research on how Revels Fat Droplets can threaten DNA

1/2/2024
Fat cells, a necessary part of the body, are a growing area of research for scientists as a concerning rise in metabolic illnesses has shifted the field’s focus to the biology and chemistry of fat. University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science professor, Dennis Discher, is one scientist looking into how fat cells work. Dennis’s research led to a groundbreaking study that proves fat cells are more than just a number on the scale – his team found fat-filled lipid droplets hold a surprising capability to indent and puncture a cell’s nucleus, where DNA is held. The finding is alarming considering a ruptured nucleus can lead to elevated DNA damage, a characteristic of many diseases, including cancer. - The solutions and drug treatments that may prevent nuclear damage by fat droplets - How this research has aided in understanding aging and related conditions where the cell cycle is suppressed - How the research will continue through the study of immune cell functions, including possible anti-cancer functions.

Duration:00:15:43

EP 1,174 - News of the Week

12/26/2023
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:10:51

EP 1,174B - Author of: Nothing but the Tooth

12/26/2023
Dr. Teresa Yang is here today to discuss her book, "Nothing but the Tooth". Have you ever visited a new dentist and been told you need a “smile makeover,” with the implication that if your teeth were whiter and straighter, you would be more successful and happier? Or maybe you’ve never had a cavity – and now, suddenly, you have a half dozen that require immediate attention. Perhaps you’ve been told you need a root canal or a crown or implant. What are all these things? Which procedure is best for your situation? Did you leave those offices thinking, “It’s not really bothering me. Do I need to get all this work done?” Nothing But the Tooth is a ready guide to dental health that answers all your questions and the ones you didn’t even know to ask. It begins with the most important how to choose a competent and ethical dentist – and ends with a discussion about technological advances in the dental field. Topics such as the cost of dental treatment, pediatric and geriatric dental needs, and the link between sleep apnea and your mouth are covered. Most importantly, it guides readers to a better understanding of the link between dental and overall health.

Duration:00:14:50

EP 1,173 - News of the Week

12/12/2023
Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.

Duration:00:13:45