Anti-Aging: Ozone, Cell Phone Hazards, Light Therapy and Life Extension Panel

Saturday, 1-2:30 pm Rm 7

The use of Ozone in dentistry, its application and health benefits and the science and uses of ozonated oils both topically and in the intestine is discussed, as well as the FDA’s attitude towards ozone therapy. Research and clinical applications in light therapy for a wide range of conditions: cervical and lumbar disc degeneration, neuropathy, pain and headaches. There are amazing applications for the treatment of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and brain injuries. There are thousands of published papers from around the world and films made on the hazards and health problems of cell phones, new cars and WiFi which cause cancer, neurological conditions, headaches and potential cardiovascular health risks. Both animal and human studies have shown that maintaining a highly oxidative state (high metabolism) increases life span and reduces the diseases of aging. Raising the oxidation (NAD+) to reduction (NADH) promotes energy, regeneration and treats many health conditions this along with supplements, right diet and exercise and reducing stress all work together tremendously.

Moderator Dr. Bernd Friedlander, DC, is a researcher in preventative medicine, light and magnetic therapies, and product developer for physicians and elite athletes. He was the 1984 Olympics USA Team Chiropractor. He is involved in new developments for longevity and treatment for age-related diseases.

Dr. Eric Zaremski is a general dentist in Greenbrae. His practice focuses on minimally invasive techniques and ozone therapies. He teaches other dental offices how to implement ozone dental therapy. He owns www.Ozoneoils.com which sells organic products containing ozonated oils.

Prof. Adiel Tel-Oren (Dr. T) MD, DC, LN, is a certified clinical nutritionist, holistic scientist, green construction & nutrition innovator, trekking guide, author, professor at Natural Medicine University and IAACN, humanitarian, ecological projects and adventures www.ecopolitan.

Len Saputo, MD, of Health Medicine, created the website, DoctorSaputo.com, and is the author of Science, Spirituality and Medicine and is involved in NIH funded research at UCSF on the use of infrared light therapy.ttis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

Susan Downs, MD, is a film maker of multi-award -winning films and a radio talk show host at Voice America. She has worked in ten countries and currently works at the University of California at San Francisco.