Join Tim Ray and Shannon McVey as they discuss homeopathy. Why isn't holistic treatment famous or popular in the mainstream? What are the benefits of being treated holistically? Do these treatments even work? These questions and more will be answered as they speak with the Executive Director and Director of Government Relations for the International Chiropractors Association (ICA), Ms. Beth Clay, along with Dr. Lee Cowden, as well as Glen Rein, Ph.D. Glen Rein, PhD, Former Biomedical Researcher and Director of Estee Lauder, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements and leadership in biomedical research. With more than 35 years of professional experience, Dr. Rein was a biomedical researcher and the director of Estee Lauder from 1995 to 2009. Prior to obtaining these roles, he was the director of the HeartMath Institute from 1993 to 1995 and a research scientist with Stanford Medical School from 1987 to 1993. From 1984 to 1987, he was an assistant professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and, from 1974 to 1977, he was a research assistant at Harvard Medical School. Earlier in his career, Dr. Rein was a research assistant at the Open University from 1971 to 1972. Dr. Rein first pursued an education at the University of Pittsburgh, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in chemistry. He continued his studies at Boston University, completing a Master of Science. He then joined the University of London, earning a PhD in neurochemistry in 1983. Dr. Rein is the former vice president of the board of directors of the U.S. Psychotronics Association and has served on the board of director of the Planetary Association for Clean Energy. W. Lee Cowden, MD, MD(H) has studied integrative medicine since 1975 and has practiced integrative medicine with great success with his patients from 1986 until 2019, when he retired from private practice in order to pursue full-time teaching. After conventional training at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston and completing an internal medicine residency and a dual fellowship in Cardiology and Critical Care Medicine at St. Louis University Hospital Group, he was board-certified as an internist and cardiologist in 1985. He gained his Homeopathic MD license in Arizona in 2005 by exam. Dr. Cowden is internationally known for his knowledge and skill in practicing and teaching integrative medicine. He has contributed to many health books (in addition to those he has co-authored), has written numerous articles on integrative medicine and has pioneered successful treatments of cardiovascular diseases, cancer, autism, Lyme disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and many other illnesses. Dr. Cowden is also a recognized leader in the practice of evaluative kinesiology, electrodermal screening, homeopathy, orthomolecular and herbal therapies, German neural-therapy, electro-cutaneous stimulation, as well as fixed-magnetic, electromagnetic, and detoxification therapies. In 2008, Dr. Cowden co-founded the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine and serves as the organization’s Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board and is an Academy Professor. Dr. Cowden is the co-author of Foods That Fit A Unique You, Create A Toxin-Free Body & Home Starting Today, BioEnergetic Tools For Wellness, An Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer, Longevity: An Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide and Cancer Diagnosis: What To Do Next. Ms. Beth Clay is the Executive Director and Director of Government Relations for the International Chiropractors Association (ICA). Beth is a globally recognized expert on complementary and alternative health policy and a strong advocate for health freedom. In addition to her work in the non-profit world, Beth has worked on complementary and alternative therapy regulatory, research, and policy issues both in government and the consulting world. Beth served seven years at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the international, rare diseases and alternative health activities before being invited to join the staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee where she served as Senior Professional Staff member in charge of the health oversight portfolio including a major investigation looking at the role of complementary and alternative therapies in the U.S. health care system. Her work played a role in seeing the first major clinical trial in Chelation Therapy for cardiovascular disease as well as the acceptance of Dr. Dean Ornish's and Dr. Herbert Benson's programs being accepted in Medicare. After leaving Capitol Hill, Beth consulted with numerous corporate and non-profit organizations on issues ranging from complementary and alternative therapies to business development in the Middle East. With the ICA she is currently focused on improving the access and coverage for chiropractic care in all federal health programs especially those who cover our seniors, our military, military retirees, and veterans and their dependent families members and advocating for increased research resources for the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) at the NIH and for increased funding for basic science and clinical research in chiropractic.