What Doctors Don't Tell You Podcast
Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard
This podcast will not only form part of your daily health regime, but it will also provide you with therapies that your doctor just doesn’t know about.
In this special episode, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard interview some of the leading names in alternative health who will be speaking at the Get Well Show from Feb 21-23 2020 at Olympia London. You'll hear from Dr Damien Downing, Dr Robert Verkerk, Dr Sarah Myhill, Marisa Peer, Marilyn Glenville, Meleni Aldridge, Sandy Edwards, Simon Alebiosu and Georgia Lennard. The Get Well Show is a chance to meet some of the world’s pioneering practitioners who have hundreds—sometimes thousands—of case studies to prove their methods are working. Join them and find the best alternative medicine to get you well. Get 50% off tickets by using code: POD50 Visit: https://getwell.solutions/show/

What's the extent of human longevity; how long could people expect to live? WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at latest research which suggests between 400 and 500 years, and scientists have identified cellular pathways that could make that a reality. Lynne and Bryan also look at why the food we eat has a bigger impact on our health and longevity than any other single factor, as a new study underlines. People who regularly eat processed food suffer more chronic disease and live shorter lives than those who follow a healthier diet of whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Special offerIf you are a frequent listener to our podcast and have yet to read the magazine, we have put together a special offer for you.You can get hold of a recent issue of the magazine for free. Simply register your details here: https://news.wddty.com/landing/free-issue/

Special offerIf you are a frequent listener to our podcast and have yet to read the magazine, we have put together a special offer for you.You can get hold of a recent issue of the magazine for free. Simply register your details here: https://news.wddty.com/landing/free-issue/   In their first podcast of 2020, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about the subject on everyone’s mind in the New Year—losing weight.  They review the best diets that can work and bust the myth of calorie-counting. Hip replacement surgery is one of the safest surgical procedures—and hospitals in America are starting to let the patient home the same day.  Lynne and Bryan review a new study that has discovered the practice isn’t safe and puts the patient at a far greater risk of cardiac and pulmonary complications. Our children spend too much time indoors, and even when they do get out into the summer sun, they’re warned to cover up and put on plenty of sun cream.  As a result, too many children are seriously deficient in vitamin D.  Lynne and Bryan discuss why the vitamin is so important and outline the best ‘safe sun’ policy that also ensures we get this essential vitamin. Finally, they discuss yet another study that reviews the health hazards of drinking.  So what is safe drinking—and what is too much? Hear what Lynne and Bryan have to say.

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the dangers of permanent hair dye and how they increase the risk for breast cancer.  What’s the best way to lose weight?  One way is to eat in a set window of time and fast the rest of the time, and they review a new study that encouraged pre-diabetics to eat in a 10-hour window and fast the rest of the time.  And just how safe is the new 5G cell network?  Nobody knows, which is why a group of scientists is advocating caution, especially when it comes to spacing masts well away from schools and densely populated areas.  And how safe are teabags, and in particular the pyramid ones?  Not very, according to a new study that discovered they are releasing millions of tiny plastic particles into the drink, and which Lynne and Bryan discuss.  Finally, we all know chicken soup is good for the soul, but it seems to be an effective anti-malarial as well.  Lynne and Bryan are back after the Christmas break with a new podcast in the New Year. For further reading, here are the articles mentioned in this episode: Fasting to lose weight, hair dye linked to breast cancer, how safe is 5g? Pyramid teabags and chicken soup for malaria Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to our podcast. Find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio and iHeart Radio

We all knew Facebook did it—but did you realise that the world’s biggest health sites are also passing on your most sensitive health information to Google for targeted advertising?  In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart discuss how this is happening, and what you can do about it. The new 5G mobile network is starting to roll-out—but nobody is checking to see if it’s a risk to our health.  A leading scientist is adding his voice to the 200 scientists around the world who are calling on governments to find out before it’s too late. It’s not always old age…more than 20 commonly-prescribed drugs dramatically increased the risk of a fall and fracture—and they’re usually the ones prescribed to older patients.  Taking two or more of these drugs quadruples the risk of a fall or fracture, as Bryan and Lynne discuss. And, yes, it is safe to take omega-3 supplements to protect your heart, because, no, they don’t cause prostate cancer, despite the conclusions of a 2013 paper.  And before you take the latest flu shot, consider the keto diet instead.  The high-protein, low-carb diet can protect you against the flu by kickstarting your immune system into action.  Lynne and Bryan explain just how it works and why it’s better than the vaccine.   Liked the topics discussed in the show? Join us at the Get Well Show and find the best alternative medicine to get you well. Tickets are on sale now! https://getwell.solutions/show/

In their latest podcast, What Doctors Don’t Tell You editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart list some of the cold remedies they’ve been taking before discussing the latest warning from America’s drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), that homeopathic remedies can cause ‘significant and permanent harm’. Changing the clocks twice a year isn’t harmless – it can increase the risk of heart disease and accidents, and Lynne and Bryan discuss why this could be having such a harmful effect. And eating most of our food after 6pm can also be bad for the heart, so eating little and lightly after that time could be the best approach, as Lynne and Bryan suggest. From there, they discuss yet another example of how environment and lifestyle can trump genetics.  In this case, they look at new research that demonstrates that exercising for just 35 minutes a day reduces the risk of a depressive episode, even for those who have a genetic disposition. Wrapping things up, and staying on the subject of exercise, they question the dictum that we should be doing strenuous exercise for at least 75 minutes a week.  New research they discuss shows that jogging for 50 minutes every eight or nine days offers all the health benefits.

In the latest What Doctors Don’t Tell You (WDDTY) podcast, editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard review the routine procedure of steroid injections in arthritic joints.  The shots are supposed to reduce pain and improve mobility, but new research suggests they also speed up bone deterioration. The Warburg effect was a discovery by biophysicist Otto Warburg that cancer cells act differently and consume sugar – instead of oxygen – to survive and develop.  This astonishing should have transformed oncology, but didn’t, with sceptics claiming it was unproven.  Now the final piece in the Warburg jigsaw has been discovered – and Bryan and Lynne discuss how this could transform the way we see and treat cancer. Nobody seems to know what depression really is – but it’s certainly not a serotonin chemical imbalance, even though the theory launched the SSRI antidepressant market.  Instead, ‘talking cures’, such as CBT work just as well, as Bryan and Lynne uncover. To wrap up proceedings, they review a new opioid scandal looming, the dangerous side effect of the only prescription drug for cystitis, and how the avocado is as effective as a statin drug.

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard reveal how the prescription drug you're taking could contain high levels of a carcinogen or cancer-causing agent. America's drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has recalled more than 50 drugs so far because of their health risks. The drugs, known as generics because they are out of patent control, make up around 90 per cent of all drugs being prescribed—and the contaminated products could be shipped to more than 30 countries. Other topics covered in this episode include: A cup of tea helps keep you sharp (and changes your brain) Choline supplements protect against Alzheimer's Polio outbreak in the Philippines caused by the vaccine Autism a disease of inflammation Don't forget to rate and review our podcast.

In this special episode, Lynne interviews Dr Pam Shervanick, an American psychiatrist who argues that the key to solving mental illness lies with your body's other systems. Pinpointing where mental issues originate requires looking upstream—far upstream. Several elements are common to many health problems, both physical and mental: inflammation, nutritional imbalances or deficits, environmental toxicity, problems with cellular communication, and lifestyles that do not promote health. Although Western medicine likes to compartmentalize aspects of health, especially distinctions between the mind and body, ultimately, everything is actually part of the same overall system. A so-called domino effect occurs in the body no matter where the problem starts. For example, severe anxiety, agitation and other potential symptoms of mental health issues may be the result of a problem in the formation of hemoglobin (which occurs in the spleen). Without remembering that the person is one holistic structure, it's difficult to find the root of any illness. Read more on this episode here: https://www.wddty.com/magazine/2019/april/mental-illness-may-not-all-be-in-the-mind.html

Chapter 1 [0.09 - 8.05] In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard explain why vitamin E is the best thing to take immediately after a heart attack. It's probably the best thing to take as no drug has the same protective effects, new research suggests. A heart attack isn't always sudden. Sometimes it can be gradual, happening over several hours—but it can be just as lethal. Read more about these two topics: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/10/vitamin-e-the-best-thing-to-take-after-a-heart-attack.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/10/heart-attacks-arent-always-sudden.html Chapter 2 [8.09 - 14.01] A 'brain supplement' could help schizophrenics. In an evidence-based study, Sarcosine has been described as a "logical treatment" because it helps restore brain functioning often damaged in schizophrenia.  Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/10/brain-supplement-helps-to-treat-schizophrenia.html Chapter 3 [14:05 - 19.36] How long should we breastfeed? If our ancestors are anything to go by, it should be for far longer than we're currently doing.Early ancestors breastfed their infants for longer periods than their contemporary relatives.  Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/10/should-we-be-breastfeeding-longer.html Chapter 4 [19.39 - 26.01] Parkinson's disease is usually thought of as a disease of the brain—but new research suggests that it starts in the gut, as so many other chronic problems seem to do. Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/10/parkinsons-starts-in-the-gut-not-the-brain.html Chapter 5 [26.05 - 31.05] Around 20 per cent of recently retired people are taking an average of five pharmaceuticals a day—and by the time they reach the age of 85, this will have risen to eight drugs. A new study has found that on average, by the time someone has reached the age of 65 they are taking between 5 and 8 drugs. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast!

SSRI antidepressants like Prozac don’t work—and they never have.  In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss one of the first independent trials that conclude a new way to treat depression has to be found. But homeopathy does work, it seems.  A suppressed study has finally seen the light of day, and the researchers concluded there’s strong evidence it can treat fibromyalgia and the ear problem, otitis media.  Lynne and Bryan discuss how homeopathy might work—even when conventional physics says it’s impossible. Back in the early 1990s WDDTY was reporting about the dangers of HRT for menopausal women.  A new report reminds everyone it’s still dangerous, responsible for one in 20 cases of breast cancer.  Lynne and Bryan discuss how all the early studies were forgotten, and what women can do instead. Fats become more important as we get older, and a high-fat diet—especially eggs and meat—can help ward off dementia.  Finally, they reveal that Lloyds of London, the world’s largest insurer, is refusing to cover claims against the new 5G cell phone network, likening it to the asbestos scandal.

Have you had elective surgery? WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at a new report which discovered around 7 per cent of older people will suffer a 'silent stroke' after surgery.  This doubles their risk of cognitive decline—possibly leading to dementia or Alzheimer's—within a year. They also explore how blood pressure meds cause dangerous intestinal problems such as diverticulosis, a bowel problem that affects many elderly people. Lynne and Bryan reveal that new therapies for common cancers not being independently researched. Next, they discuss how Feverfew contains a compound that kills leukaemia, and they round off with the news that Lyme disease starts with a mouse, not the tick PART 1 - 00.00 - 04.35 - More than 3 million suffer a 'silent stroke' after surgery Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/09/more-than-3-million-suffer-a-silent-stroke-after-surgery.html PART 2 - 04.37 - 10.19 - Blood pressure meds cause dangerous intestinal problems Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/09/blood-pressure-meds-cause-dangerous-intestinal-problems.html PART 3 - 10.23 - 15.55 - New therapies for common cancers not being independently researched Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/09/new-therapies-for-common-cancers-not-being-independently-researched.html PART 4 - 15.58 - 20.48 - Feverfew compound killing leukaemia Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/08/feverfew-compound-killing-leukaemia.html PART 5 - 20.51 - 25.49 - Lyme disease starts with a mouse, not the tick Read more: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/09/lyme-disease-starts-with-a-mouse-not-the-tick.html

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard explore the health risks of fluoride, especially with children. In the US, 60 per cent of homes are supplied with fluorinated water and yet a recent study found it can damage their kidneys and liver, disrupt thyroid function and, paradoxically, cause tooth decay that it's supposed to protect against. The study also found children are especially at risk because they cannot process fluoride as effectively as an adult, and they excrete just 45 per cent of the mineral. Continuing with the controversy surrounding fluoride, Lynne and Bryan highlight a separate study that found women who drink fluoridated water while they're pregnant could be lowering the IQ of their baby—especially if it's a boy. Other topics covered in this episode include- Doctors prescribe opioids even to small children- Ritalin changes children's brain structure- Music found as a good alternative to peripheral nerve blocks (anesthesia)- Bad sleep more to do with wine than coffee You can read more on each topic covered in this episode below: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/08/fluoride-in-water-is-risking-childrens-health.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/08/fluoride-in-the-water-lowers-childrens-iq.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/08/doctors-prescribe-opioids-even-to-small-children.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/08/ritalin-changes-childrens-brain-structure.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/08/bad-sleep-more-to-do-with-wine-than-coffee.html Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to our podcast.

There’s no such thing as a completely safe medical scan, say WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard in their latest podcast.  Even ‘safe’ ultrasounds have risks, as a cache of uncovered Chinese studies have discovered, and CT scans make healthy cells ‘cancer ready’. Vitamin D plays a key role in diabetes.  Not only does it help prevent the condition, high doses can even reverse it and help restore the body’s ability to process blood sugar properly, as they discuss. In a fascinating discussion, Lynne and Bryan tease out the links between arthritis and heart disease, talk about the dangers of medicine and the numbers it harms, and finally look at the science behind that deserved glass of red wine after a stressful day.

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss all things gut related. The first of 4 gut-themed topics is osteoarthritis. Many cases of both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are caused by a rogue bacteria called Klebsiella which can cause all kinds of arthritis as well as ankylosing spondylitis.  Bryan and Lynne also discuss: A healthy gut blocks MS and Parkinson's The one type of bacteria in the gut preventing weight loss How aspirin causes thousands of deaths from gastrointestinal bleeding A breakthrough treatment has been discovered that could tackle rheumatoid arthritis How lifestyle can trump genetics Why more countries are phasing out dental amalgam fillings​ Don't forget to give us a review, rate us and subscribe.

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss an amazing breakthrough in cancer therapy they predict could see the end of chemotherapy. In a new research project, scientists have successfully reversed 15 'incurable' cases of bladder cancer - by injecting the common cold virus directly into the bladder.

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the cancer-causing pathogen discovered in cow's milk. A potentially dangerous pathogen has been discovered in cow's milk—and mothers have been warned not to use the milk for supplementary feeding, especially if their infant is less than a year old. Bryan and Lynne also discuss: How CBD can be used as a powerful antibiotic How a heart attack is a disease of sugar processing. How antidepressants deaden empathy for others in pain. A breakthrough treatment has been discovered that could tackle rheumatoid arthritis Forest bathing—it really can make you feel better Drug-free alternatives are being censored both online and offline   Help support our independent voice for alternative medicine, visit: https://www.wddty.com/contribute Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to our podcast!

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at a recent study that found toxic sunscreen chemicals enter the bloodstream at extremely unsafe levels. In fact, the average amount far exceeded the FDA recommended safety levels.  It raises the question; shouldn’t these tests be conducted before these products are released on to the market? Bryan and Lynne also discuss:- Does grounding—where you put your bare feet on the grass or earth—really help ease the pain?- New research finds whooping cough vaccine (DTaP) has a limited life span - No further health benefits found if you walk more than 7,700 steps a day- Pesticides causing high blood pressure problems in children- Why tuna isn't the fish you should be eating Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe!

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard explore the health benefits of breast milk.  Although we have been breastfeeding for hundreds of thousands of years, researchers are only now beginning to understand just what it does—such as giving life-long immunity against infections. Bryan and Lynne also discuss: How the health of the gut could be behind the autism epidemic Safer alternatives to indigestion pills, which are killing 4 per cent of patients, new research suggests. Why vitamin D—from sunshine and supplements—is so important for our health The latest damages awards for long-term users of Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer The secret to a long life Don't forget to rate, review and share this podcast!

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the health benefits of a full-fat diet.  Once seen as a cause of heart disease, it’s now been found to protect against heart disease and diabetes. The roll-out of the 5G mobile network is already attracting controversy, and Lynne and Bryan review the latest research that demonstrates male fertility is being affected by the electromagnetic waves from wi-fi and cellphones. Our bodies can renew themselves, and in this next item Lynne and Bryan talk about the anti-ageing effects of running before looking at the health benefits of eating walnuts every day.  To finish off, they discuss the safe limits of coffee drinking. Read more about the topics discussed in this episode, here: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/coffees-safe-tipping-point-discovered.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/walnuts-lower-high-blood-pressure.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/full-fat-diet-protects-against-diabetes.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/wi-fi-and-cell-phone-waves-are-reducing-male-fertility.html Don't forget to rate, review and share our podcast!

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard uncover 60 health professionals, including 31 doctors, who have been accused of behaving like drug dealers after they were charged with illegally prescribing more than 32 million opioids. Some traded prescriptions for sexual favors and a dentist pulled healthy teeth to justify prescribing the painkillers. Scientists are only now beginning to understand how traditional medicines work, and in their latest research have established that elderberry is a potent anti-viral that can combat seasonal flu. Talking of scientists, they discuss how a group have identified four naturally-occurring compounds that can both treat and prevent stomach cancer. Next, they discuss how anti-vax messages are being censored on social media, but according to a leading public health consultant they are influencing only "a tiny minority of parents". Finally, Lynne and Bryan reveal how adding some raspberries to your breakfast could help to prevent—or even reverse—type 2 diabetes. Read more about the topics discussed in this episode here: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/anti-vax-no-just-cant-get-an-appointment.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/flu-traditional-medicine-has-a-better-answer-than-taking-the-shot.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/four-natural-compounds-identified-as-stomach-cancer-therapies.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/doctors-accused-of-handing-out-opioid-prescriptions-for-sex.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/05/raspberries-for-breakfast-can-prevent-and-even-reverse-diabetes.html Don't forget to review and share our podcast.

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about the ineffectiveness of statin drugs as part of a wider debate about the cholesterol theory and the factions fighting to keep it alive against growing evidence that it has nothing to do with heart disease. Talking of ineffective drugs, the seasonal flu jab works only 40 per cent of the time—and this protective level falls further if you eat fast, processed foods. They discuss yet more evidence that bad gums can cause Alzheimer’s and rheumatoid arthritis, before looking at the hazards of e-cigarettes or vaping.  Since 1850, doctors have been told to wash their hands after seeing a patient—and they’re still not doing it, and so are passing on deadly infections to others, with the result that around 100,000 patients in the US alone are dying each year. Finally, Lynne and Bryan talking about the amazing powers of foods such as tomatoes that can help protect against Alzheimer’s disease. Read more on the topics covered in this episode https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/fast-foods-make-flu-jab-even-less-effective.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/100000-americans-die-each-year-from-an-infection-caught-from-their-doctor.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/bad-gums-could-be-trigger-for-alzheimers.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/tea-and-tomatoes-are-reversing-alzheimers.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/not-so-safe-vaping-also-causing-heart-attacks-and-stroke.html

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard report on how Brussels became the first European city to block the roll-out of the new 5G cell phone network, and how parents are trying to get a cell mast removed from their children’s school after a high number of cancers among the pupils and teachers. And while everyone is trying to eradicate the measles virus, they explore new research that is using the virus to beat cancer. If you suffer from an allergy to gluten or lactose, check the prescription drug you’re taking—the vast majority contain at least one allergen, as Lynne and Bryan explain. And finally, they discuss how medicine can ever change when politicians have been ‘bought’ by Big Pharma. Read more about the topics discussed in this episode: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/big-pharma-has-bought-congress-says-fda-chairman.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/measles-is-a-natural-cancer-killer.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/cell-tower-blamed-for-sudden-rise-in-cancer-cases-at-school.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/04/most-drugs-contain-allergens-that-can-trigger-reaction.html

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss measles ‘epidemic' that has sparked the clamp-down on anti-vaxxers where more than 30 per cent of cases are nothing more than reactions to the vaccine. Mushrooms featured heavily in the WDDTY March issue which revealed they can keep you mentally sharp as you get older. Now, researchers say they can reduce the risk of breast cancer by 64 per cent. Previous episodes reported on a clampdown on CBD oils which were to be removed from shelves, but now this is being reconsidered. Lynne and Bryan shed light on the reason why this is being reversed. They then focus on chemicals around the home and how they are making men less fertile. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is the next subject as they report on the link to Alzheimer's disease. Lastly, they discuss how Lyme disease often gets under-reported and poorly treated by conventional medicine. Read more about the topics covered in this issue: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/chemicals-in-the-home-are-causing-male-infertility.htmlhttps://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/third-of-measles-cases-could-just-be-a-reaction-to-the-mmr.htmlhttps://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/cbd-clampdown-could-be-reversed-as-eu-hears-new-evidence.htmlhttps://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/two-servings-of-mushrooms-a-week-protect-against-memory-loss.htmlhttps://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/hrt-raises-risk-of-alzheimers-researchers-confirm.htmlhttps://www.wddty.com/news/2019/02/why-you-could-be-suffering-from-lyme-disease-fatigue-after-successful-treatment.html

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the conflicting advice about drinking alcohol and why it happens, and how it is that ‘bad’ cholesterol actually becomes ‘good’ as we get older. Vaccinations are always in the news, and Lynne and Bryan take a different slant, looking at the revenue surge the manufacturers are set to achieve.  Then they turn to the fascinating subject of placebos before exploring a new theory as to what triggers MS (multiple sclerosis), before wrapping up with the news that adverse reactions to drugs aren’t being captured by medical researchers. Read more about the topics discussed in this episode here: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/vaccine-revenues-set-to-soar-after-anti-vax-clampdown.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/why-were-told-alcohol-is-more-dangerous-than-it-really-is.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/02/multiple-sclerosis-linked-to-food-allergies.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/02/35-per-cent-of-adverse-reactions-to-drugs-not-being-reported-in-studies.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/03/you-dont-need-a-pill-psychological-placebos-work-too.html

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard review concerns about the potential health hazards with the new superfast 5G cell phone network, due to be rolled out next year. They also discuss the advice to take an aspirin a day as heart disease and stroke preventative—but, unless you have an existing heart problem.  But a new study suggests the risks outweigh the benefits. In other topics, they explore how high blood pressure (hypertension) could be a reaction to a zinc deficiency, and the regulatory backlash against CBD oils which are being pulled from shelves across the UK and the EU. Read more about the topics discussed in this episode: https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/02/new-health-hazards-uncovered-around-5g-mobile-network.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/02/why-you-shouldnt-take-an-aspirin-a-day-if-youre-healthy.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/01/cbd-oils-pulled-from-uk-stores-following-eu-alert.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/02/the-mineral-deficiency-that-could-cause-high-blood-pressure.html

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss how it’s the processed foods are the real culprit that causes heart disease.  Eating a healthy diet would halve the number of heart disease deaths every year. Eggs are another bad boy of the cholesterol theory – but they can protect against heart disease’s precursor, type 2 diabetes. There’s a natural solution to every chronic condition, and Lynne and Bryan discuss how exercise can reduce levels of high blood pressure, even when it’s considered dangerous. To wrap up, they explore the vital nutrient that should be taken when you’re topping up with vitamin D, and discuss the future plans of the outspoken researcher Peter Gotzsche, who’s been kicked out of the ‘independent’ research group he helped found 30 years ago. Read more about the topics covered in this podcast:  https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/01/the-foods-that-cause-heart-disease-and-its-not-saturated-fats.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/01/an-egg-a-day-prevents-diabetes.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/01/the-key-molecule-that-makes-exercise-effective.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2019/01/expelled-researcher-sets-up-new-cochrane.html

In their first podcast of 2019, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the publishing of the ‘missing’ CDC data that had discovered a link between the MMR vaccine and autism.  They also explore the nutritional deficiencies behind so-called mental illnesses such as depression and bipolar, and, in this podcast, they look at schizophrenia. They also talk about the foods that can combat memory loss as we get older, and the eight essential oils that have been proven to reverse Lyme disease. To round off, they discuss how the excruciating pain of fibromyalgia can be countered by a leaf extract found in the Amazon.   You can read more about the topics discussed in this episode here: https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/mmr-raises-autism-risk-in-young-black-boys.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/vaccines-linked-to-autism-once-again.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/schizophrenia-linked-to-vitamin-d-deficiency-at-birth.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/coffees-two-compounds-that-stop-dementia-and-alzheimers.html

In their final podcast before Christmas, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the US pediatric hospital that is barring children who haven’t had all their vaccinations and provide an update on GcMAF following the imprisonment of one of its manufacturers. They also explore how carbs cause the yo-yo diet, where people put the weight back on. In a special Christmas appeal, they urge us to visit anyone who may be living alone—because, as they discuss, isolation is a bigger killer than heart disease and cancer combined. Read more on each topic here:https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/hospital-refuses-to-treat-children-who-havent-been-vaccinated.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/12/gcmaf-manufacturer-jailed-but-the-therapy-isnt-on-trial-says-judge.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/the-foods-that-trigger-the-yo-yo-diet.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/the-one-thing-thats-more-lethal-than-cancer-and-heart-disease-combined.html

Is light therapy a revolution in healing?  WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at the evidence, and much of it is in the December issue of the magazine.  They also explore how a zinc deficiency could be a factor in the autism epidemic, and the link between soy and menstrual pain.  The use of insecticides is causing learning difficulties in children, they report, and they round off with the news that coconut oil is a more effective insect repellent than DEET. Read more on about the topics discussed in this issue: https://www.wddty.com/magazine/2018/december/laser-light-the-futuristic-cure-all-for-muscle-pain-and-arthritis.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/zinc-deficiency-linked-to-autism-epidemic.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/women-fed-soy-formula-as-babies-more-likely-to-suffer-severe-menstrual-pains.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/organophosphates-cause-learning-problems-say-health-experts.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/11/coconut-oil-beats-deet-against-malaria-carrying-mosquitoes.html

In a wide-ranging podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard explore the connection between gum disease and Alzheimer’s, and discuss how a vegan diet can reverse type 2 diabetes. They also examine the latest research that shows how, far from causing heart disease, fatty foods help protect against it, and how cell (mobile) phone networks can be cancer-causing.  To round off, they discuss how zinc and dark chocolate combine to be powerful anti-ageing agents.

In a food-themed podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at the extraordinary impact food and nutrition has on preventing chronic diseases and even reversing them. In the first item, they explain how organic food has a protective effect against most cancers, and they follow up with a study that has shown how intermittent fasting reverses type 2 diabetes within 10 months. From fasting to fast food, they talk about a research study – based on two islands off the coast of Australia – that demonstrates that fast-food causes depression.  The good news is that the omega-3s in fish reverse the problem. Finally, they examine how a ketogenic diet – one high in fats and low in carbs – can prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia.   For further reading on each topic discussed, visit the articles below: https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/eating-organic-reduces-your-cancer-risk.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/is-a-keto-diet-the-answer-to-dementia-and-alzheimers.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/fasting-can-reverse-type-2-diabetes.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/10/too-much-fast-food-could-be-causing-depression.html

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard question the use of aspirin as a just-in-case remedy against heart disease – and they warn that any healthy person over the age of 70 should stop taking it as part of a daily health regime. They also look at the epidemic of childhood obesity and discover that detergents and cleaning products we use in the home could be an unsuspected culprit.  They also report on the recent spate of mysterious illnesses among diplomatic staff in Cuba and China and suggest it could be linked to radiofrequency and microwave electromagnetic radiation that we’re all exposed to from our cell (mobile) phones, wi-fi and microwave ovens. In another item, they report that doctors are so busy filling out prescriptions that they aren’t even spotting cases of heart failure, and in the final item, they discover that around a third of medical researchers aren’t revealing their ties to the drug company whose drug they’re testing – even when they are shareholders in the company!

WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss what are the safe limits to drinking alcohol, and the virtue of booze-free days.  They explore recent headlines about low-carb diets shortening your life, and why a stormy relationship with your partner could be one of the biggest factors in ill health.  They also explain why it is that there never can be such a thing as a safe drug, and why acts of compassion can help you live longer, even when you have cancer.

WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about the cash-for-prescriptions schemes that reward doctors for prescribing more drugs for a range of chronic conditions.  Schemes like this operate around the world – but they don’t work.  People aren’t getting better and the hospitals are just as full, as a new research study has discovered. They also discuss how cell (mobile) phones are affecting the memories and learning abilities of schoolchildren, and how curcumin, the wonder ingredient in turmeric, is helping to reverse glaucoma, a major eye disease among the elderly. In other news, they discuss the psychological prompts that are encouraging doctors to prescribe more, how CVD (cannabidiol), the therapeutic part of cannabis, is super-charging chemotherapy and is making it a more effective cancer-fighter, and the world’s largest-ever study into spiritual healing, which proves it works.

Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about why they started What Doctors Don’t Tell You and why it’s important that doctors read WDDTY. For the last 30 years, WDDTY has been used to encourage doctors to change their treatments. Lynne and Bryan receive testimonials from thousands of people whose lives have been helped by their information. They also discuss the Lyme disease epidemic and how one study found that ticks are attracted to Type A blood group people. The subject of fish oils are next and why headline-grabbing studies are creating conflicting stories concerning the benefits of fish oils. They also reveal the connection between bouts of mania and the consumption of processed meats. They wrap up proceedings by looking at a study which found CT scans quadruple the risk of brain tumours.

WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard highlight a report that confirms everything WDDTY has been saying for more than 10 years – a high-fat diet doesn’t cause heart disease.  In fact, it reduces the risk of a stroke.  They also reveal how a low-carb diet can reverse the first signs of diabetes within a month, and that it’s oranges – and not carrots – that are good for eye health.  They also discuss how compounds found in green tea and red wine can rewrite our DNA and the genetic code that pre-disposes us to many chronic diseases.  They wrap up proceedings with reports about the number of Americans who die because of medical error, and the importance of sunlight in preventing so many health problems. Free download: https://www.wddty.com/giveaway

WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard report on a review into the dangers of formaldehyde—found in many common building materials—that has been successfully blocked by the American Chemistry Council.  They also look at a traditional supplement used in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, to restore good gut health, how myopia is caused by a lack of sunlight, why it is that the routine heart health drugs we take—such as statins and blood pressure pills—are being prescribed at dosages way too powerful for us, and the hidden risk of 200 common prescription and over-the-counter medications.

WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about a suppressed report that concluded homeopathy works—and was replaced by a follow-up study that decided it didn’t.  They also suggest the optimum amount of coffee you should be drinking every day, and look at the role our gut plays in our bone health and osteoporosis, while uncovering the surprising origins of rheumatoid arthritis.  Finally, they report on a powerful—and dangerous—drug that’s routinely being prescribed for low back pain—when it’s supposed to be taken for epilepsy.

WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about the latest issue in the stores, including the real cause of chronic pain and ways to treat it.  They also review the latest research into diet and heart disease, and how eggs can actually prevent the problem, the scandal of the wrong drugs for the elderly, the importance of fever as a cancer-preventer, and how a community and social activity can keep our brains healthy.

Join WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart for their latest round-up of health news.  In this podcast, they discuss the health benefits of bicarbonate soda (baking soda).They also discuss the huge differences between certain types of calories, and how it is the speed at which food gets turned in to sugars in the body that is important. Next on the agenda is gut health. A new study reveals that the Inflammatory process begins in the gut. Finally, continuing their discussion on gut health, they look at how fasting for 24 hours helps to kick-start the good gut bacteria.   Find further information and references in the articles below: https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/05/a-24-hour-fast-could-reverse-chronic-gut-problems-in-the-elderly.html  https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/05/its-not-fatty-food-our-arteries-stiffen-when-our-gut-health-is-poor.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/06/baking-soda-it-should-be-part-of-our-daily-health-regime.html https://www.wddty.com/news/2018/05/dont-just-count-calories-where-they-come-from-makes-a-big-difference.html

Join WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart for their latest round-up of health news.  In this podcast, they discuss how childhood vaccines give protection for only 10 years. They also discuss how stressing about minor problems for more than 24 hours affects your immune system, and makes you more susceptible to chronic diseases. Next on the agenda are mass shootings. Around a third of mass shooters in US schools had been diagnosed with a mental disorder. What extent do psychiatric drugs play in escalating violence? Finally, they discuss Coenzyme Q10, the miracle supplement seeing enormous changes in just 6 weeks.

Join WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart for their latest round-up of health news. In this podcast, they discuss why drugs can never cure people (and it’s all to do with profits and not healthcare), and the enormous cost when drugs cause side effects and adverse reactions. They also look at three good scientific papers that show how vitamins and nutritional medicine are reversing the most chronic health problems, from ME and chronic fatigue, heart health and general ageing. Finally, they explore the opioid painkiller addiction epidemic, and come up with some unexpected reasons as to how pain starts.

Join Lynne and Bryan in the latest episode of the WDDTY Podcast. Inside this week’s episode, they take a look at an exciting new development that identifies the underlying cause of Type 2 diabetes and the supplement that has been found to fix glucose metabolism. Researchers are beginning to look at the underlying causes of this disease rather than the manifestation of the disease itself. You’ll also hear how new research states not to use conventional toothpaste. Studies show that brands with natural substances that don’t contain SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) have proven to prevent plaque. Lynne and Bryan take a look at the latest disease that has been linked to the gut - Polycystic ovary syndrome. Women who suffer from PCOS have less diverse gut bacteria compared to those who don’t. There is also the latest drug alert which includes Floxin, Levaquin and Cipro, used to treat urinary tract infections. Finally, they discuss the benefits of the amazing natural anti-inflammatory spice, Turmeric.

This week’s episode is filled to the brim with the latest news from the world of healthcare. Lynne and Bryan get their hands dirty by uncovering the murky world of medicine and the amount of fake news that gets distributed, largely controlled by drug regulators, agencies and pharmaceuticals. If you are on the pill, perhaps you should consult your Doctor as WDDTY reveals the link between this problematic type of contraception and the high number of strokes in females across the US. Next, both Lynne and Bryan explore the positive effects of Interpersonal Synchronization which is proving to be a safer painkiller than opioids. With the likelihood of the PSA (Prostate test for men) becoming the routine test for Prostate cancer, Bryan highlights a recent study of 190,000 men which puts the accuracy of this test to question.  Causes of cancer are often put down to processed foods, smoking and pollutants in our environment, but using household chemicals could be as harmful as smoking 20 cigarettes a day. Finally, Researchers have found that surprisingly, Tai Chi can help dramatically with Fibromyalgia.

Lynne and Bryan delve into the latest reports across the health industry including recent statistics on heart disease. Studies have found that half of the people tested suffered a heart attack without ever knowing. A second study found that those who went to the hospital with a heart attack at the time the leading cardiologist was away at a conference were most likely to survive. Do we need a rethink in how Cardiologists perform surgery? [10.38] Revelations and false claims about formula milk is the next topic discussed. Doctors shouldn’t provide an easy get-out clause of breastfeeding. [15.24] Mental illness is due to a biological cause. A small study with a group of people suffering from major depressive disorders found that they were all low on arginine. [19.06] Lynne and Bryan discuss a study that has just come out of Australia which found a link between the DPT Vaccine (pertussis) and allergies. An increase in children reporting food allergies and skin allergies over the last 20 years since the introduction of new version of the vaccine. [26.13] How do we live longer? Should we emulate people who are living well into their nineties? Lynne highlights altruism and how doing something for someone else can make you become outward looking.

Join Lynne and Bryan in the packed episode of the WDDTY podcast as they uncover the truth behind painkillers and antidepressants and what role they play in recent mass shootings. Studies show that common painkillers, ibuprofen, aspirin and paracetamol are distorting our sense of reality and are making us less empathetic to the pain of others. You’ll also learn how diets such as the Paleo diet are being used to treat Alzheimer’s, turning received wisdom on its head. Bryan discusses the importance of classical homeopathy and the links between homeopathy and the reversal of vitiligo and cancer. Finally, Lynne and Bryan expose the scam behind the controversial drug Epilim that is used to treat Epilepsy. There are alternative and safer methods that have proven to work.

Join Lynne and Bryan on the latest episode as they discuss the use of mammograms and the “False positives” that are being detected. Is time to use an alternative method? Also in the episode, they question if the BRCA1 or BRCA 2 faulty gene cancers are more lethal than any other form of breast cancer. There is also a look at a new initiative in Copenhagen where a group of parents are crowdfunding for a team of scientists to research the dangers of the HPV vaccine. Plus! They uncover the relationship between gum disease and some cancers.

Welcome to the very first WDDTY podcast! Join Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard as they discuss their inspiration behind the brand 'What Doctors Don't Tell You' and provide their thoughts on the latest health news. Plus, they expose the truth behind vaccines.