How to pick a personal trainer that’s certified and qualified. In episode 21 of Joe Cannon Health, you will learn what questions you need to ask before hiring a personal trainer. You will also learn what happens in some gyms when you hire a personal trainer too. This is information few people know. […]
Podcast: Liver Failure From Dietary Supplements
Can dietary supplements cause hepatitis and liver failure? Yes, some of them can. In episode 20 of Joe Cannon Health podcast, you’ll see the evidence linking 4 supplements to liver failure and hepatitis. Sometimes the injury required a liver transplant. In some instances, people have died. These are not obscure supplements. You can buy them […]
Podcast: Is The Diabetes Drug Metformin Anti-Aging?
Metformin is a popular diabetes drug but is can it also help us live longer? In episode 19 of Joe Cannon Health I review the life extension research on metformin to help you decide if its right for you. Is it the fountain of youth? Should non-diabetics be taking this drug? Does it raise NAD […]
Podcast: Are Female Athletes At Risk?
Joe Cannon Health podcast episode 18. Mary Cain has been called the Michael Jordan of track and field. She was the youngest US athlete to represent America at a national championship. She is speaking out over her treatment by coaches at the now-defunct Nike Oregon Project. In interviews, she described breaking 5 bones, losing her […]
Podcast: BPC 157 Sports Injury Miracle Cure?
Episode 17 of Joe Cannon Health. This week we dive into BPC 157. Body Protecting Complex 157 (BPC 157) is a molecule isolated from the stomach which is touted to help heal injuries to tendons and ligaments as well as many other things such as depression and ulcers. What does the research say? Does it […]
Podcast Episode 16 Microbiome Questions And Answers
Joe Cannon Health podcast episode 16. In this episode, we delve into the microbiome – the billions and billions of bacteria, yeast, and viruses that inhabit our body. It turns out our skin and even our brain also have an ecology of microscopic animals that live with us our whole life. What does the microbiome […]
Podcast: How To Live To 100 Years Young
How to live to 100 years? It’s a question many ask. How hard is it to do? Turns out, living to 100 may not be as difficult as something. Your longevity is not completely determined by your genes as was once thought. There are many things you can do to increase not only your lifespan […]
Podcast: Vaping Questions and Answers
Is vaping safe? Are there any side effects? Are e-cigarettes safer than smoking and do vapes prevent people from starting smoking? In the wake of the vaping epidemic that has been gripping America, I was curious about what the research said. In this episode (episode 14) you will learn what I discovered when I investigated […]
Podcast Rhabdomyolysis: Genetic Traits That Elevate Risk
Rhabdomyolysis (rhabdo) is a potentially serious complication from overexertion. While people are starting to discover how serious this health condition can be, few are aware that certain genetic traits can raise the risk of getting rhabdo. In this podcast of Joe Cannon Health (episode 13) I’ll summarize 5 genetic traits that can elevate someone’s risk […]