When it comes to health Dr. Isaac Eliaz knows that the body’s survival protein is at the root of our most serious health concerns. Dr. Isaac is a recognized expert in the field of integrative medicine, focusing on cancer and complex conditions. He is a respected clinician, researcher, author, educator, and mind-body practitioner. He is the founder and medical director of the renowned center for integrated health, Amitabha Medical Clinic & Healing Center. Additionally, Dr. Isaac partners with leading research institutes, including Harvard, National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Columbia, to co-author scientific studies on today’s most serious conditions.
In his most recent book, The Survival Paradox: Reversing the Hidden Cause of Aging and Chronic Disease, Dr. Issac talks about the body’s survival response. He describes how the survival protein (galectin-3) can be hijacked by cancer and used to promote cancer growth and metastasis. Dr. Isaac also explains how his product Modified Citrus Pectin is the most-researched galectin-3 blocker. This book draws upon inspirational healing stories and cutting-edge research, it is like a roadmap to master your biochemistry.
In addition, Dr. Issac has spent decades studying meditation with an emphasis on healing and deepening the mind-body connection. He explains that healing can truly begin when we can remove that fight or flight and get into that relaxation response every day. To calm our nervous system so that our body can listen and so our immune system can respond.
As a gift for our listeners, Dr. Isaac has provided access to a free sample chapter of his book The Survival Paradox right HERE.
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Here are some highlights from this Podcast:
(2:58) – Modified Citrus Pectin
(7:06) – The survival response
(15:45) – Galectin-3
(23:16) – The power of Meditation
(26:49) – Addressing the scars of survival
(29:44) – Tips for a breast cancer patient