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If cellular changes are found soon enough 90% of chronic illness is preventable. Proven strategies include advanced biomarker testing, evidence-based diet and supplements, intelligent self-care and the right healthcare providers, when needed. Dr. Charles Bens helps guide progressive individuals and organizations alone this health improvement journey on their weekly podcast Healing Trends with Doctor Bens.

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Natural Medicine Works Better

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Today's episode is a great follow-up to last week's, where we talked about how "death by modern medicine" is something of which we should all be more aware. ... read more

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Practicing the Wrong Medicine

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Doctors are not practicing safe medicine out there, so how can you protect yourself?

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The Role of Nutrition in Mass Shootings
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The media and conventional medical professionals can sometimes get the idea right, but not the follow-through. ... read more
The Role of Muscles in Our Health
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We don't think about muscles a whole lot. But, we should. ... read more
Managing Seizures and Other Brain Challenges Naturally
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Here on Healing Trends with Dr. Bens, we are all about being advocates for your own health. ... read more
The Surprising Benefits of Enzymes
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Gut problems are so common these days. How can you relieve your symptoms? ... read more
Regeneration for Damaged or Aging Cells
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Cells are the building blocks of all living organs. ... read more
Climate Change Will Impact Your Future Health
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Climate change has huge impacts on health. ... read more
Strategies for Better Sleep
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Strategies for Better Sleep

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Sleep disruptions are very common. It's important to find ways to promote deep, healthy sleep. ... read more
Questions to Ask Your Doctor
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Questions to Ask Your Doctor

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There are so many different types of doctors out there. How do you know which one is right for you? ... read more

About Charles

Charles Bens, Ph.D. is the founder of Healthy at Work, a wellness company helping employees to become healthier following the principles of Functional Medicine. This science-based, natural approach to the prevention and reversal of chronic disease is safer, more effective and less expensive than any other health improvement program available. Charles Bens is an internationally recognized author, speaker and consultant specializing in the fields of organizational improvement and workplace wellness. His creative publications and presentations have garnered praise in the form of Man of the Year recognition in the U.S. and Canada, commendation from the President of the United States and speaking engagements worldwide, including a United Nations Habitat Conference in Istanbul. He is one of the top-rated speakers for Vistage International, the largest CEO organization in the world. Recently Dr. Bens was named the Vail Visiting Professor for the Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre. He has written nine books and over three hundred articles, many of which have been translated into other languages. He has also written and taught three university courses. His clients have included Citigroup, Sarasota Hospital, Long Island University School of Pharmacy, Florida Department of Justice, Volunteers of America, Barnes Healthcare and Fysical Therapy & Balance Centers. His workshops are typically rated 5.0 out of a possible 5.0. Here are a few participant comments.
  • “This is by far the best workshop I have ever attended, better than one by Dr. Andrew Weil”.
  • “He (Dr. Bens) is able to explain very complicated issues in a very simple way. He is a magnificent lecturer. It is no exaggeration to say that many of the listeners were just enraptured by him”.
  • “Oh, my word, this Dr. Bens was so informative. I think my mouth hung open for most of it with information I had never heard before. This was a great seminar”.

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