Healthy Living Radio

Dr. Ed Dodge has interviewed more than two dozen leading experts in health, medicine, lifestyle and nutrition on his Joys of Healthy Living Radio Show, broadcast online on VoiceAmerica. Here are links to some of his most popular programs.

 

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The New Science of Aging – Be Younger Next Year

Dr. Henry Lodge

Dr. Henry Lodge

Dr. Ed Dodge interviews Dr. Henry Lodge, author of Younger Next Year, about how we can live longer while having a higher quality of life. This will be of interest to you regardless of your age, as he reveals the potential positive and negative impacts of lifestyle on the quality of life at every age. Listen to learn more about the value of exercise and the importance of community and emotional engagement.

Originally broadcast on August 27, 2012

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The Role of Sugar in Obesity and Diabetes

Dr. Richard Johnson

Dr. Richard Johnson

Dr. Ed Dodge interviews Dr. Richard Johnson about the role of sugar in the development of obesity and diabetes. Dr. Johnson discusses the major sources of sugar in our diet and many of the adverse effects of sugar on our health.

Originally broadcast on July 26, 2012

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John Robbins and the Food Revolution

John Robbins

John Robbins

Dr. Ed Dodge interviews John Robbins, bestselling author, social activist, and humanitarian. Recipient of the Rachel Carson Award, the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award, the Peace Abbey’s Courage of Conscience Award, and Green America’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Originally broadcast June 18, 2012

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The Future of Agriculture

Frederick L. Kirschenmann

Frederick L. Kirschenmann

In this Healthy Living Radio broadcast, Dr. Ed Dodge interviews Frederick L. Kirschenmann, a longtime national and international leader in sustainable agriculture and Distinguished Fellow for the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University.

Originally broadcast July 26, 2011.

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The Africa/Harvard Health Partnership

Dr. Michelle Holmes

Dr. Michelle Holmes

Dr. Ed Dodge interviews Dr. Michelle Holmes of the Department of Epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health; Brigham and Women’s Hospital; and Harvard Medical School.

Originally broadcast May 17, 2011

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