Electrolytes and Autism

March 9, 2015
Hosted by Sharon Kleyne

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Sue Bennett with Autism Coach discusses water, electrolytes, and Autism

The Sharon Kleyne Hour

The Sharon Kleyne Hour

Monday at 10 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel and Wednesday 12 Noon Pacific on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel

• Power of Water / Global Warming – New and innovative wellness discoveries to help you and future generations live within our changing dry environment • Global climate change is a WATER (all-natural moisture) crisis that can cause dryness of the skin, eyes and breathing passages, in addition to spreading bacteria, viruses, allergies and numerous dehydration related diseases • Sharon Kleyne believes that each individual has the power to become proactive in maintaining their own health • Sharon and her guests offer simple, logical, do-it-yourself solutions from a non-political, common sense perspective • Weekly shows have featured experts in medicine, pharmacology, health and healing, therapeutic healing research, nutrition, occupational safety and wellness, global climate change and more. The weekly “Power of Water” segment features guests discussing the scientific, recreational and aesthetic aspects of water.

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Sharon Kleyne

Sharon Kleyne

Sharon Kleyne is Founder, President and Research Director of Bio-Logic Aqua Technologies, the only medical/pharmaceutical company dedicated to researching water structure and hydrotherapy for human health and wellness. An inspired visionary and passionate public voice, Sharon has long been a powerful advocate for health, education and self-reliance. She is Founder of Save a Child’s Life Foundation, to combat pediatric melanoma, a potentially fatal skin cancer associated with global drying. Born and raised among the rugged mountains, old growth rain forests and pristine river valleys of southwest Oregon (where her company is located), near the Pacific ocean, Sharon has always been aware of the power of water, pure and all-natural, for healthy mind, skin, eyes and body. Her company’s initial pure-water product, Nature’s Tears EyeMist (in drug stores nationwide), is a technological breakthrough, the only product that instantly delivers all-natural moisture (water!) to dry irritated eyes.

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Rebecca Petris

Hi! My name is Rebecca Petris and I would like to personally welcome you to The Dry Eye Zone. I started The Dry Eye Company and this website in 2005 as a dry eye information portal and community center for my fellow dry eye patients. Since then, it's grown and expanded in various ways, all focused on improving quality of life for people with dry eye. It's been a challenging, humbling and fulfilling process and I am extremely grateful to all the people who have helped and encouraged me along the way! View Guest page

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Mark Plotkin

Dr. Mark Plotkin is a renowned ethnobotanist and social entrepreneur who has spent almost three decades studying traditional plant use with elder Shamans (traditional healers) of tropical America. As an ethnobotanist-a scientist who studies how, and why, societies have come to use plants for different purposes-Dr. Plotkin carried out the majority of his research with the Trio Indians of southern Suriname, a small rainforest country in northeastern South America, but has also worked with eminent shamans in other tropical American countries. Dr. Plotkin has served as Research Associate in Ethnobotanical Conservation at the Botanical Museum of Harvard University; Director of Plant Conservation at the World Wildlife Fund; Vice President of Conservation International; and Research Associate at the Department of Botany of the Smithsonian Institution. Dr. Plotkin is now President of the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT), a nonprofit organization he co-founded with his fellow conservationist, Liliana Madrigal in 1996.. Dr. Plotkin has written several influential books, most notably his popular work Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice, which is currently in its thirtieth printing and has also been published in Dutch, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. Acclaimed filmmaker Miranda Smith produced a related documentary titled the The Shaman's Apprentice featuring Dr. Plotkin's work, which has since garnered awards at sixteen different film festivals. He also wrote the critically acclaimed children's book The Shaman's Apprentice - A Tale of the Amazon Rainforest (1998), illustrated by Lynne Cherry. The author of numerous scientific papers and reports, Dr. Plotkin's critically acclaimed book, Medicine Quest: In Search of Nature's Healing Secrets, was published in early 2000. His most recent book (coauthored with Michael Shnayerson), The Killers Within: The Deadly Rise of Drug-Resistant Bacteria was published by Little, Brown in September of 2002. It was selected as a Discover Magazine book of the year. View Guest page

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Maud Powell

Maud Powell is a faculty memeber of OSU Extension Small Farms, and has an M.A. from Antioch University Seattle in Environment and Community Studies. They are also the Owner/Operator of Wolf Gulch Farm. View Guest page

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Debra Prince

Debra Prince of Grants Pass, OR, has been an optician for nearly 20.years. After hearing about Irlen Syndrome she immediately became a Certified Irlen Screener. She is very passionate about educating the public about Irlen Syndrome and is making it her personal mission to educate as many people as possible about the condition. View Guest page

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David Schneider

Having lived his first quarter-century in Southern California , David Schneider, M.D. finally escaped after medical school and has moved progressively northward up the state. He practiced Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine in Central California before joining the faculty of the Mercy/Methodist Family Practice Residency in Sacramento , where he returned to his beloved medical education, teaching Family Medicine residents (physicians in training). “Dr. Dave” has periodically been a “student” of the philosophical aspects of Zen and the Tao (Buddhists and Taoists would cringe at the idea of a “periodic student”), as well as a practitioner and teacher of mindfulness meditation. The four winds have blown him safely to his new home in Sonoma County , where he practices medicine and teaches budding young doctors to be family physicians at the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency, one of the nation’s top training programs in the specialty. He also produces Dr. Dave’s “To Your Health” segments for Wine Country Radio and online at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/DrDaveS. In addition to his long experience in training medical professionals, Dr. Dave enjoys music both as a listener and a very non-professional musician. Dave’s musical tastes run from The Allman Brothers to Frank Zappa, and he is also a Shakespeare buff and a devotee of the theater. His professional interests include the doctor-patient relationship, clinical skills, dermatology, cardiology, endocrinology, and teaching the breadth and depth of Family Medicine. He would be just as happy picking a wine to match a meal, though he has the good sense to not do so while at work. View Guest page

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Michael A Smith, MD

"The country doctor with a city education," that's how Dr. Michael A. Smith's many devoted fans describe him. Senior health scientist and online personality for Life Extension® — the world's leading organization dedicated to extending the healthy human life span — Dr. Smith is an author and blogger, creates and conducts webinars and appears in informational health and wellness videos. His engaging ability to present complex medical topics in a clear, conversational manner has won him a sizable following of health-conscious fans. Also known as “Dr. Mike,” he was a recurring guest in 2012 on The Suzanne Show with Suzanne Somers on the Lifetime Network; appeared on Gem of the Caribbean, a television show dedicated to disease prevention; and is currently seen in several regional infomercials as an expert guest. He is also heard on numerous syndicated national health radio shows, and hosts Healthy Talk radio on www.RadioMD.com. View Guest page

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Patricia Sulak, MD

Patricia Sulak, MD, author of "Should I Fire My Doctor?", is a nationally recognized practicing physician, researcher, speaker, and medical school professor. View Guest page

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Allen Taylor

Education Ph.D., Organic Chemistry Rutgers University Research Focus Research focus: the role of the ubiquitin pathway in the regulation of cell proliferation, differentiation and protein quality in the lens and retina. Academic Appointments Professor, Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University Professor, Biochemistry, Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences Associate Professor, Ophthalmology, Tufts University School of Medicine Selected Professional Affiliations Senior Fullbright Fellow, Guggenheim Fellow Denham Harmon Award for Excellence in Aging Research, Osborn and Mendel Award for Excellence in Nutrition Research View Guest page

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Trudy Thomas

I am disabled with RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) for several years now. It is a relatively unknown neurological condition that effects my entire sympathetic nervous system. It is chronic, progressive and incurable. In addition, I have neuropathy, several inoperable back issues and other health problems I deal with on a daily basis. I host a weekly radio show called "Living with RSD" discussing how to live with a chronic illness. I interview medical professionals, therapists and patients in hopes of spreading awareness of the plight of millions if people who live every day in pain. Both physical and emotional issues. Goals I am Working On: Goal #1: I am improving my quality of life. One of the ways I am accomplishing this is by learning to manage my pain better and in more creative ways. Goal #2: Everyday I try to to make someone else's day better or support them with their chronic pain issues. I have learned to live one day at at time and so far it has worked for me. I will not let my diseases/conditions control my life. I refuse to be influenced by people with negative attitudes. I am responsible for my life. I do not blame others, hold resentments or waste time dwelling on what might have been. My first thought in the morning is not "poor me, I hurt". It is thank you GOD for another wonderful day. I also know in my heart today is going to be better than yesterday because I am going to make it that way. Keeping that positive attitude is what makes it possible for me to accomplish the goals I have set for myself. Yes, I am in pain 24 hours a day. The pain is hot, burning and never lets up. I am also in a wheelchair, I only have the use of one hand and at times am unable to speak clearly. But these are symptoms of my disease, they do not define me. They make me stronger, work harder and even more determined to someday walk again, unaided, and do all the things I can to enjoy life with my family. Join me Monday's at 8 pm east and Friday's at 12 noon eastern for Living with RSD. It is a one hour, call in show where you can ask questions and participate in the discussion. Everyone is welcome. View Guest page

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Rona Tison

Rona Tison is the senior vice president of corporate relations at ITO EN (North America) INC. with expertise in retail operations and merchandising, public relations, food and beverage management, customer relations, and sales and event planning. Tison has extensive experience in the tea industry and has received Green Tea Certification from ITO EN. At ITO EN, she is responsible for maintaining and developing the company's corporate image through branding, public relations and promotional events. Tison also helps to generate business opportunities related to ITO EN by securing new beverage distribution channels and communicating with restaurant and distribution partners. In addition, she spearheaded the launch of ITO EN's first flagship store in New York City, voted ‘top tea store' and ‘best overall' in the Zagat New York City Gourmet Shopping & Entertainment Guide for four consecutive years (2005 – 2008). Tison is a member of the US Tea Association, the Specialty Tea Institute and the Asian Art Museum and Japan Society. She has spoken at the World Tea Expo from 2002 through 2007 discussing branding and marketing, the Japanese Business Lecture Series at Carnegie Mellon University and the 2007 Smithsonian Lecture Series. Tison has also presented at the James Beard Foundation Dinner, was a panel judge for "Accent on Design” at the New York Gift Show and served on the Advisory Panel for Retailer's Roundtable for Gift & Decorative Accessories in 1999. Prior to joining ITO EN, Tison worked extensively in the hotel and service industry where she served as director of operations at the W Hotels The Court and The Tuscany, executive vice president at the lifestyle store Felissimo and rooms divisional manager at Le Parker Meridian, all in New York. Tison received her bachelor's degree from the University of California at Berkeley where she majored in Oriental Literature. She currently lives in Sonoma, CA. View Guest page

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Gretchen Twill

Devi Tea is a family owned and operated tea and tisane blender and distributor. Our business was founded on the love and appreciation of fine tea and a desire to bring this tea experience to as many people as possible. Our goal is to facilitate the serving of great loose-leaf tea by blending and distributing the best teas available. We work hard to educate both the public and the hospitality industry about the wonderful world of high quality tea through tastings, presentations on tea culture and by providing researched information on our website. We carefully select each and every one of our teas according to taste and source to offer you the best teas and tisanes at various price points. We purchase organically grown and sustainably produced products whenever possible, and we sample each tea and tisane shipment to insure freshness and excellence in taste. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or comments. We look forward to hearing from you soon. May you drink excellent tea in good health! Lee, Gretchen, and Jaya Twill View Guest page

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Dan Twogood

Dr. Dan Twogood began practicing in 1983 at the International Sports Medicine Institute in West Los Angeles where he treated athletes in the 1984 Olympics. In 1985 he opened a private practice in Apple Valley, California where he lives with his wife, and office manager Willy. He discovered the diet/pain connection for himself in 1985 and wrote his first book, No Milk in 1992. Dr. Twogood has written two books since then, How to Rid Your Body of Pain in 1996, and MSG is Everywhere in 1997. In the last ten years he has discovered more about chronic pain, what causes it, and how to eliminate chronic pain in a reasonable period of time. His newest book, Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days will be out in July of 2011. This new book includes the 10 steps necessary to eliminate chronic pain. Go to www.chronicpaingone90days.com for more info. View Guest page

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Global Water

Global Water is based upon the belief that the lack of access to safe drinking water is the primary cause of hunger, disease and poverty throughout the world. Founded in 1982, Global Water is a volunteer-based, international, non-profit humanitarian organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in the United States. We’re focused on providing safe water supplies, sanitation and hygiene facilities, and related health programs for rural villages and schools in developing countries. Our program is designed to create safe water supplies in rural villages to enable the rural poor to help themselves. To achieve this goal, Global Water’s strategy is to provide permanent solutions to a region’s water needs by implementing sustainable and appropriate systems (to include state-of-the-art technology) to: • Access, purify, and distribute new sources of safe water for rural villages; • Build sanitation facilities, such as latrines, to create safe waste disposal while providing dignity to rural villagers; • Build hygiene-related facilities, such as hand washing stations, for rural schools and provide complementary educational materials; Our water projects have an immediate life-changing impact, particularly to women and children, who have the responsibility in rural areas of developing countries to gather water for the family every day of their lives. Successful Global Water projects utilize water and sanitation as a tool to create sustainable socioeconomic development in these poor rural communities. View Guest page

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Dr. Robert A. Weil, DPM

The Sports Doctor is in! Greetings! Let me take the opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Dr. Robert Weil, D.P.M. specializing in podiatric medicine, orthotics and sports medicine. I've written a column for the Naperville Sun and Aurora Beacon since 2007 as "The Sports Doctor". My goal is to provide sports medicine information to athletes, their families, coaches and all readers.

Additionally, I host a weekly radio show, "The Sports Doctor" on Healthy Life.net. I address current topics in medicine and sports and often include guest speakers who bring a wealth of knowledge from their various professional backgrounds. View Guest page

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Robert Weir

Born in 1948 as one of the early baby boomers and raised in a family-owned farm implement dealership and country store in rural Southeastern Michigan, Robert Weir grew up interacting with customer farmers who valued the soil, hired mechanics who exhibited a strong work ethic, and a family who loved one another and contributed much to each other’s lives and community. His boyhood friends crafted their own baseball diamond from a fallow field, built their own backstop, mowed the grass, chose their own teams, and played with whoever showed up — without coaches and umpires and parents watching their every move. Their friendship carried over to pick-up basketball games on a concrete pad in front of the Weir business and card games within the lads’ homes. In this environment, Robert learned responsibility, independence, the value of an entrepreneurial spirit, and how to have fun. Here are some of his accomplishments: 2010: Traveled to Barbados, Azores, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Germany, Russia, and India (New Delhi and Himalayas), going by tall ship across the Atlantic and on the Aegean and Black seas and cargo ferry on the Baltic Sea. Read stories. 2009: Published Brain Tumor, a medical memoir about removal of a benign meningioma 2008-2009: Edited Spontaneous Evolution for Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman (Hay House, 2009) 2008: Saw 100th magazine article published 2007: Published Peace, Justice, Care of Earth, reprint of John McConnell’s biography 2006—2009: Initiated and served as district leader in Southwest Michigan for the campaign to establish a U.S. Department of Peace 2006: Wrote Star of Hope, John McConnell’s biography (Swan Books) 2001: Wrote and published Cobble Creek, short stories and poetry based on the human experience View Guest page

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Jerry N. Wiles

Jerry N. Wiles is President of Living Water International, headquartered in Houston, Texas, USA. Since 1990, Living Water International has completed more than 4,300 water projects serving some estimated seven [7] million people in over 30 nations. Even with such outstanding success of this organization it is estimated by the WHO (World Health Organization) that some 1.1 billion people lack clean drinking water with twice as many of our world less fortunate lack basic sanitation. Mr. Wiles has received world-wide recognition for his work in outreach strategy development in nations with emerging economies. He has been a frequent guest on radio and television talk shows and has traveled extensively as a public speaker. He is heard daily on KHCB Radio Network in 174 countries worldwide. In recent years, he has served as an advisor and professor with Houston Baptist University and Williams Baptist College both in Texas, USA. Mr. Wiles is a veteran of the United States Air Force, pastor, and businessman. He received his formal education with a Bachelors Degree at Middle Tennessee State University , Masters work at the University of Maryland/ Far East Division- Japan , Union University , the University of California Extension, among other advanced Programs of Study. He also holds an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Hindustan Bible College, Chennai (Madras), India. He has traveled to more than 40 countries. through his extensive professional work and personal studies. View Guest page

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