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Healthy Nutrition and Fixing American Medical Care
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Nutrition expert Sharon Combs is Deborah's guest,and for everyone looking to eat better, she has an easy-to-follow guide for a healthy diet. Then - Vinton McCabe joins the program to discuss his book The Healing Enigma. And Dr. Carter Multz explains why the American medical system is broken, and what we need to do to fix it.
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HTR: Healthy Nutrition with Sharon Combs
Everyone wants to eat better, but where do you start? Nutrition expert Sharon Combs has joins Deborah to discuss her book Healthy Nutrition Sharon shares tips on making better food choices, and has an easy to follow guide for a better diet.
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HTR: Homeopathy The Healing Enigma
Noted Homeopathic Educator Vinton McCabe joins the program discuss his new book The Healing Enigma Demystifying Homeopathy. McCabe outlines the principles of homeopathy, his reasons for writing the book, and why the practice should be taken seriously by medical professional.
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HTR: American Medicine, MisManaged Care
Noted Author and physician Carter Multz joins Deborah to discuss his book American Medicine, Mismanaged Care, and shares his ideas on how we can improve quality of care, cover the uninsured, add pharmacy, and still have billions left over.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Vinton McCabe
Vinton McCabe is both an author and an educator. In his more than fifteen years as president of the Connecticut Homeopathic Association, he taught the philosophy and practice of homeopathic medicine to thousands of laypersons and medical professionals alike. He also developed educational materials into a number of published books, including Practical Homeopathy and Homeopathy, Healing, and You. McCabe has also worked as a journalist and an award-winning producer for public television.

Carter V. Multz
Carter V. Multz, MD practices Medicine in San Jose, CA. His 40 years of experience in private practice, managed care and the pharmaceutical industry provide unique insight. He was the founding President and Medical Director of a 250 physician independent practice managed care medical group and has served on advisory committees for PruCare and other HMOs, as a director for several other medical groups and for the California Society of Internal Medicine. He was the rheumatologist on the team at Syntex that developed naproxen (Aleve) and has been an investigator for several other pharmaceutical companies. Among many other credits he received the Mendel Award at Gonzaga University, is listed in the Best Doctors in San Jose and he is a lifetime biographee of Who's Who in America. Dr. Multz has authored two books.