Radio Show - Lita Lee on the Nutritional Show, KWAI 1080 Hawaii radio - Karen and Damian Paul
By Lita Lee, Ph.D. with Karen and Damian Paul Nutritional Show, October 4, 2008 Enzyme therapy and hormonal balancing with thyroid nutrition and natural, oral progesterone. Lita describes what enzymes are and how they help relieve many health conditions created by poor digestion. She gives case histories and describes the enzyme connection to these health conditions. She also discusses weight issues, progesterone and hormonal issues.
KWAI 1080 Hawaii Radio October 4, 2008 11:15 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Enzyme Therapy, Thyroid, And Progesterone
This broadcast is an informal discussion between individuals -- a spoken exchange in which thoughts, opinions, and feelings are expressed. It is comprised of sentence fragments and may include unusual terminology as the participants endeavor to articulate their unique experiences and knowledge. Rebroadcasted with permission from the Nutritional Show.
Are you eating healthy foods and still not as well as you think you should be? Discover the enzyme connection to your health issues. Join Lita Lee, Ph.D. on the radio for a fascinating glimpse into the world of enzymes, the pro-thyroid diet, organic whole foods, hormonal balancing, environmental health and many nutritional myths promoted by ghostwriters.
Here is a partial list of topics covered in her books, her website and on radio shows:
Digestive Disorders - Poor Digestion and the Need for Digestive Enzymes
The Loomis 24-Hour Urine Test for Enzyme & Nutritional Deficiencies Children's Health Issues
Nutritional Myths or How Ghostwriters Influence the Media
Toxicity of Omega-3 and -6 Oils (PUFA)
Dr. Lee does not diagnose or treat disease but does offer phone and office consultations on nutrition. She uses the Loomis Urine test, a non-medical test to determine enzyme and nutrient deficiencies. Visit her website at http://www.litalee.comor call her Portland office at 503-775-2251. Her book, The Enzyme Cure, describes 50 case histories covering 36 health problems from poor digestion, poor diet and/or environmental problems, relating to enzyme deficiencies, and how proper nutrition and enzymes can support normal body structure and function.
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Notice: I am a chemist and an enzyme nutritionist, not a medical doctor. I do not diagnose, prescribe for, treat or claim to prevent, mitigate or cure any human diseases. I provide enzymes and other dietary supplements to improve digestion and to nourish and support normal function and structure of the body. If you suspect any disease, please consult your physician.
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