Host and Guest Speaker:
Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo interviews James LaValle, RPh, CCN
In this show you’ll learn:
- How to clear up the mystery surrounding your blood test results.
- How your lifestyle habits, the environment you live in, and the genes you inherit determine your personal metabolism and, in turn, your current state of health
- What food, herbs, and nutrients are targeted at glycemic regulation based on your individual needs, including those improving insulin resistance and gut health that are important in decreasing your possible metabolic spiral to type 2 diabetes and other diseases, including cancer.
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Americans are anything but aware of diabetes and its effect on your body. In fact, most Americans are oblivious to their risk of type 2 diabetes, so much so that experts have recently announced that the onset of the disease is a growing epidemic with nearly 1 in 10 adult Americans now being labeled as diabetic.
In fact, according to the American Diabetes Association, 1.7 million new cases of diabetes are diagnosed every year, affecting both adults and children; and diabetes will kill more Americans every year than AIDS and breast cancer combined.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and James LaValle as they discuss how to accurately read a blood glucose test, along with the top recommendations for type 2 diabetes prevention using food, herbs, nutrients, and lifestyle changes.
James B. LaValle, R.Ph., C.C.N., is an internationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author, and board certified clinical nutritionist, as well as a naturopathic doctorate, with more than 30 years of clinical experience. LaValle is best known for his expertise in metabolic and integrative medicine, with extensive background in natural products, nutrient depletion from drugs, and uncovering the underlying metabolic issues that keep people from feeling healthy and vital. He has developed health programs for the fitness industry, professional sports teams, and healthcare companies.
LaValle gained national recognition as Clinician of the Year in 2012 by the Natural Products Association for his pioneering work in furthering the professional standards of integrative care. He is an appointed faculty member and course director for the Integrative Medicine postgraduate program at George Washington University School of Medicine. He has trained thousands of healthcare professionals on the value of predictive health, and modeling healthcare practices to incorporate lifestyle, diet, and natural therapies as part of the health equation for Americans.
LaValle is author of more than 20 books including, “Cracking the Metabolic Code,” “Nutritional Cost of Drugs,” and his latest book, “Your Blood Never Lies.” He was named one of the “50 Most Influential Pharmacists” by American Druggist magazine, and was one of nine Americans selected to participate in the inaugural Dietary Supplement Education Alliance & Dietary Supplement Information Bureau. Previously he was a correspondent on ESPN2’s No. 1 rated “BodyShaping” fitness program.
LaValle has written numerous books and e-books on nutrition and health, and has had over 150 articles published. He was also the principle author of two searchable databases on natural medicine and drug-induced nutrient depletion. In his most recently released book, Your Blood Never Lies, LaValle explains, in simple language, all of the information found on the forms of your blood test results, making it understandable and accessible. You can also find many of the other books he has written, along with his blog, on his website.
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Would like to hear comments on intermittent fasting, in the form of eating all food within 5-8 hours/day, leaving 16-19 hours fasting per day.
I hope you were able to listen to the show and hear Dr. Ritamarie and James speak about intermittent fasting in relation to blood sugar balancing.
This is a great interview. I like all what he says and particularly resistant starch that paleo don’t get. Well done Dr. Ritamarie. Thank you so much
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