Double shot Monday - Blood Tests and Landmines - Help Yourself and Help Others
Dr Ken Sikaris has been termed Professor Blood after his appearance in the highly popular documentary “That Sugar Film.” Daily, Ken Sikaris is interpreting the results of thousands and thousands of blood tests to see what is really going on with our blood. As Director of Clinical Support Systems of Sonic Healthcare based at Melbourne Pathology, Ken is an expert in Pathology and the go-to guy to help us understand what is going inside our system. In this show we delve into our own blood, what it can tell us, what we need to know and why it is so important to take responsibility for our own blood work and health.
In our second special interview this week we chat with the founder of the Helping Hands Program. In the environment of corporate workshops and conferences, Helping Hands put together hands for people who have lost limbs due to the carnage of landmines. Your team will actually build the hands within your team at these events, which will then be passed on to people who have suffered for their whole life with one hand.
Here’s what we discuss in this week’s show:
- What can our blood tell us about our general health and wellness?
- “That Sugar Film”, the surprising message that came from the documentary.
- Is what”s said to be healthy in the supermarket, really health?
- LOW FAT! really?
- The truth about sugar told by looking at our blood.
- How do we change the psychology of what we know about sugar?
- The best blood tests to request to know what is really going on inside?
- Gut health, the fascinating new research and findings.
- The importance of microbial gut health.
- Do you keep a record of your health files?
Helping Hands Program
- What is the Helping Hands corporate program?
- The stats behind live landmines globally.
- The corporate value in doing the Helping Hands workshop.
- The personal impact that the Helping Hands Program on Matt the founder.
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