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We all want to live longer, healthier lives. The problem is that we’re constantly being bombarded with so many new diets, workout plans, and lifestyle adjustments that it’s hard to filter out what will actually work for us and give us the results we’re looking for. If you’re sick of not having the answers, sick of being told your symptoms are all in your head, sick of being prescribed solutions from a pill bottle, it’s time to look outside the cookie-cutter or bandaid approach of the conventional medical industry and discover your own, personalized blueprint for health. Join Dr. Stephanie Gray on the Longevity Blueprint Podcast where she explores the interaction of nutrition, genetics, hormones, toxins, and infections using functional medicine principles to help you improve your health and longevity by finding the root cause of your symptoms. Listen in each week to learn from experts at the top of their fields sharing progressive, revolutionary, actionable tips, strategies, and resources to help you build your dream health from the ground up. Are you ready to discover your longevity blueprint? Let’s live long together! Wellness is Waiting! The information provided in this podcast is educational. No information provided should be considered to be—or used as a substitute for—medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult with your personal medical authority.

Dr. Stephanie Gray


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    Why You Have Adrenal Fatigue with Dr. Tricia Pingel

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 41:21


    Our current lifestyles and technology have a massive impact on our health! Dr. Tricia Pingel joins me today to focus on recognizing stress. She believes that we become so accustomed to stress that we fail to recognize the significant impact it has on our health. In this episode, she encourages you to start prioritizing yourself and setting boundaries for your health and longevity. We also discuss the nutritional impact of chronic low-grade stress that leads to future disease development. The four areas Dr. Tricia addresses in people with adrenal fatigue: Diet Exercise Supplementation Prioritizing yourself, setting healthy boundaries, and practicing gratitude About Dr. Tricia Pingel: Dr. Tricia Pingel, aka The Hip Hop Energy Doc is a Naturopathic Physician and Energy Expert.  She has helped hundreds of people restore their health by showing them how to identify the stress causing their symptoms, restoring their nutrition depleted by stress, and assisting in changing their mindset to repel incoming stressors so that they can return to their happy, vibrant, and energetic selves.  She is the Author of Total Health Turnaround, which has sold over 60,000 copies, and the Creator of “DIY” Programs like the 30-day Total Health Turnaround, the 7-Day Ultimate Detox, and the 30-day Walking for Weight Loss.  She is the CEO of Total Health Apothecary and the CEO of Pingel Progressive Medicine, a Naturopathic Concierge Medical Practice. She's a Health Blogger and the Host of FB and IG Weekly Lives “Ask Dr. Pingel.” She has appeared on lots of TV shows and she has contributed as an expert to many publications. It's no secret that this mom, doctor, and hip-hop enthusiast is known as The Hip Hop Energy Doc™️. Dr. Pingel is commonly found dancing all over social media, cheering on her two boys at football, creating healthy vegan recipes in her kitchen, and snuggling her 3 dogs and cat at home with her husband in Phoenix, Arizona.  After experiencing her own health struggles and personal loss, she strives in creating a community of positivity, and gratitude and living every day to its fullest potential.  In this episode: Why do we need to give to ourselves? (6:26) What is adrenal fatigue? (7:20) Why do so many of us tend to have cardiovascular disease, diabetes, reflux disease, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and more? (9:06) When should you have a full workup? (11:36) The importance of discussing your lab results with someone who understands how mental and physical health blend together. (13:05) The difference in symptoms between those with high cortisol and those with low cortisol. (14:15) A test to find out which cortisol stage you are at. (16:04) The importance of setting healthy boundaries for yourself to avoid adrenal fatigue. (18:07) How Dr. Tricia helps people with adrenal fatigue. (20:57) The benefits of giving to others and reframing your experiences to make them positive. (24:56) The herbs and supplements Dr. Tricia prescribes for her stressed patients. (35:29) Links: Dr. Tricia Pingel's website  Guest Social Media Links: Facebook  (@drtriciapingel)  Instagram  (@drpingel)  YouTube (@drtriciapingel) TikTok (@drtriciapingel)  LinkedIn   Follow Your Longevity Blueprint  on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | and LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    How to Calm Your Nervous System with Kate Vazquez

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 49:51


    Kate Vazquez joins me today to discuss the stress response and share her three core pillars to calm your nervous system. Three core pillars to calm your nervous system: Identify your limiting beliefs Learn about your triggers and stress response Identify your conditioning Kate Vazquez Bio: Kate Vazquez is a Functional Medicine Physician Assistant, Theta Healing Practitioner, and the founder of Radiant Health. Using a functional medicine and mindset approach, she helps ambitious women overcome stress and anxiety to embrace who they truly are, feel alive in their body, and live a life they love on purpose. In this episode: What is anxiety? (8:28) The difference between acute, chronic, and low-grade stress. (9:28) The four primary stress responses. (13:00) Ways to prevent yourself from going into a stress response. (18:08) How the body responds when you are in a parasympathetic state. (22:30) How to differentiate between a survival state and a flow state. (22:49) How to maintain a flow state. (24:15) Kate's three core pillars to calm the nervous system. (31:00) What your triggers will show you. (26:44) How to shift your state from survival to flow. (29:24) What you need to know about healing your gut. (33:41) How to use seed cycling to support your hormones naturally. (36:58) Links and resources: Guest Social Media Links: www.instagram.com/thekatevazquez  https://www.facebook.com/katevazquezpac  Relative Links for This Show: Gut-Hormone-Nervous System Connection: The REAL Causes of Anxiety: https://infoa5148f.clickfunnels.com/g-h-ns-connection  Join the waitlist for her podcast course : https://www.yourradianthealth.com/alreadyenough/ Link to Kate Vazquez's book, Estrogen Is A Bitch: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09GZC2L1V  Seed Cycling https://beeyawellness.com/  Triggers Book Follow Your Longevity Blueprint  on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | and LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Methylation Tips with Dr. Kara Fitzgerald

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 51:21


    Today, Dr. Kara Fitzgerald joins me to talk about DNA Methylation.  Life expectancy in the United States is on the decline. We are living for a shorter time and according to the World Health Organization, even though we have a life expectancy of 79.3 years, the average age for developing a serious illness is 63.1 years old. That means that we spend the last 16.2 years of our life ill. Aging is driven by DNA methylation, a process that influences which genes are turned on and which are turned off. We use DNA methylation as an epigenetic clock to measure biological age. DNA methylation changes as we age, to our detriment, and it's not just a surrogate marker of aging. DNA methylation appears to drive aging itself.  Foods that could lower your biological age: Liver [or liver capsules] Eggs Mushrooms [shitake or enoki] Leafy greens Pumpkin seeds Blueberries Turmeric   Dr. Kara Fitzgerald Bio: Kara Fitzgerald, ND, IFMCP, is engaged in clinical research on DNA methylation using a diet and lifestyle intervention developed in her virtual and in-person Functional Medicine clinic.  She is the author of Younger You: Reduce Your Bio Age and Live Longer, Better, a ground-breaking work detailing an 8-week study that resulted in a 3-year reversal of biological aging, and the step-by-step program that will help you live better and longer.  In her quest for personalized health care for all, she leads clients through her Younger You Program and has as a Younger You companion cookbook, Better Broths, and Healing Tonics.  Dr. Fitzgerald is on faculty at the Institute for Functional Medicine [IFM] and is an IFM Certified Practitioner.  She regularly lectures internationally and hosts the podcast New Frontiers in Functional Medicine. She received her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine in Oregon and is in private practice in Sandy Hook, Connecticut. In this episode: How cancer hijacks our epigenetics. [4:25] Dr. Fitzgerald defines methylation and explains how it differs from DNA methylation. [9:05]  Foods that are important to improve methylation. [15:45] Foods that seem to direct epigenetic traffic. [17:39] Lifestyle pieces that could favorably influence DNA methylation in addition to the diet. [19:33] Foods that could lower your biological age. [25:46] Studies show that people who drink coffee live longer. [27:44] How to exercise to help prevent aging. [30:32] Foods to avoid that could be pro-aging. [33:13] Supplements that are recommended for anti-aging. [40:10] A backdoor approach for those who do not tolerate supplements well. [44:00] Links and resources: Guest Social Media Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drkarafitzgerald/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrKaraFitzgerald/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/kfitzgeraldnd   Relative Links for This Show:: Younger Your Program: https://youngeryouprogram.com/basa/  Follow Your Longevity Blueprint  on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | and LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Season 3 Top Longevity Tips Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 12:38


    Let's take another look at the top tips from all our experts. In this episode, they explain why you need to listen to your body and take responsibility for your health. They get into using techniques like yoga, meditation, and saunas to develop resilience and the benefits of being active and doing strength training. They discuss the importance of addressing micronutrient deficiencies, avoiding junk food, and intermittent fasting. You will also learn how much difference your mindset makes, and how smiling more and making a concerted effort to be happier will lead to a longer and healthier life. The Biggest Top Tips for Function Health and Longevity Develop resilience. Learning to respond to situations rather than reacting will help you do that. Heating your body in a sauna and then taking a cold shower will also help you develop resilience. Becoming more active and doing strength training will ensure that you stay healthy, get stronger, and live longer. Be happy, practice gratitude, and try smiling more. Life is so much easier when you are grateful for what you have, and when you take yourself less seriously and focus on the positives in life! Top Longevity Tip #1 Make friends with people of all different ages. Consciously making friends with people older and younger than you as well as those the same age as you will make your life much richer! (0:20) Listen to the full episode with Dr. Beverly Yates here.  Top Longevity Tip #2 Develop resilience. When you learn to respond to situations rather than react to them, you will develop resilience. It takes time to become aware of your reactions. Techniques like yoga, breath work, and meditation will help create the space to choose how you want to respond to situations, instead of reacting immediately. (0:57) Listen to the full episode with Dr. Achina Stein here. Top Longevity Tip #3 Know your genetics. Knowing your genetics will help you mitigate risks before they become problems. (2:17) Listen to the full episode with Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith here. Top Longevity Tip #4 Address your micronutrient deficiencies. That will give your body what it needs to fill up its metabolic reserves and ensure that you give your body its best fighting chance when you experience stress, start to age, or get challenged with a chronic disease, (2:38) Listen to the full episode with Thomas Pennel here. Top Longevity Tip #5 Smile more. It is easy to smile when you don't take yourself too seriously. (3:22) Listen to the full episode with Amy Stark here.  Top Longevity Tip #6 Leveraging your DNA will allow you to live longer. (3:29) Listen to the full episode with Dr. Robert Whitfield here. Top Longevity Tip #7 Strength training is essential if you want to get stronger and live longer! It is the only way to increase your metabolism without doing oxidative damage. (3:52) Listen to the full episode with Debra Atkinson here. Top Longevity Tip #8 Getting enough sleep will ensure that you wake up feeling refreshed with all the energy you need to face the day. (4:29) Listen to the full episode with Dr. Lauren Tessier here. Top Longevity Tip #9 Your mindset makes all the difference! With the right mindset, you will be able to do whatever you want to do, regardless of your age. (5:07) Listen to the full episode with Claudia Muehlenweg here. Top Longevity Tip #10 Paying attention to your body, and listening to what it says to you will keep you in touch with what your body needs. Finding a provider who can reflect on those things will help you understand what your symptoms are telling you about your body. (5:27) Listen to the full episode with Dr. Kelly Feller here.  Which top tip will you use first? Start with one and see how the quality of your life improves. For everything else, call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033.

    Why Gut Testing Matters with Dr. Dan Cardellichio

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 49:16


    Dr. Dan Cardellichio joins me today to dive into gut health, functional lab testing, and what personalized care is truly all about. Factors that lead to poor gut health: Stress Food sensitivities or intolerances Exposure to environmental toxins Certain medications Gut infections Dr. Cardellichio's Bio: Dr. Dan Cardellichio is a Chiropractic Physician and holds an MS degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport where he serves as an Adjunct Professor.  Dr. Dan is passionate about transforming our broken disease-focused system into a true healthcare system finding the true root cause of all diseases.  Dr. Dan had a heart attack at the age of 37, and since that time, he has dedicated his life's work to helping those restore balance in their life. Dr. Dan works with individuals with metabolic dysregulation such as heart health, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.  Dr. Dan has become a Leader and Educator in the field of Metabolic Nutrition and Functional Biochemistry. He uses state-of-the-art diagnostic testing, and his clinical experience is used to help determine the cause of your condition and the best course of action for his patients.  Dr. Cardellichio is a dynamic, energetic, captivating, and thought-provoking speaker. He looks forward to meeting you and discussing your nutritional needs. In this episode: Why processed and ultra-processed foods lead to inflammation. (12:45) Why we should avoid cooking with corn and soy oils. (17:50) The importance of supplementing with omega-3 fatty acids. (19:03) What leads to poor gut health? (20:10) Why do so many people have problems with gluten? (27:10) The benefits of the functional medicine approach. (28:35) Why the stool test is so important. (34:10) The best nutrients for healing the gut. (35:32) How Dr. Dan helps his patients with weight loss. (38:03)(40:25) The importance of getting enough sleep. (39:46) Links and resources: Connect with Dr. Dan on Social Media: Dr. Dan on Facebook  Email Dr. Dan: dancardellichio@gmail.com  Call Dr. Dan: 917 608 5896 Relative Links for This Show: https://yourlongevityblueprint.com/product/omega-3s-120-count/ https://yourlongevityblueprint.com/product/gut-shield-chocolate/ Follow Your Longevity Blueprint  on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | and LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    C60 Purple Power with Ken Swartz

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 52:57


    Ken Swartz, aka “Ken the Scientist," joins me today to talk about oxidative stress, mitochondrial efficiency, and Carbon 60, also known as C60. Ways in which oxidative stress can damage the body: Rips holes in cell membranes Prevents proteins from folding properly Damages cellular blueprints (DNA and RNA) Ken Swartz Bio: Ken Swartz, aka “Ken the Scientist,” is the founder and Chief Science Officer of C60 Purple Power, a health and wellness company committed to delivering the highest quality Carbon 60 products available. Ken earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Colorado at Denver and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Arizona State University. He spent the early part of his career as a secondary school teacher, and he continues to be passionate about helping and educating people. Ken has run several research science laboratories over the course of his career and discovered C60 while developing the MOXY fusion reactor.  During his research, he became aware of the powerful free radical neutralizing properties of C60. He first began using C60 as a radiation protectant while leading a fusion research project. He noticed, after taking C60 for a couple of months, that not only was it protecting him from radiation, but he discovered that his health was also improving. So, he continued taking it.  About eight months after Ken started taking C60, he was at a routine visit with his optometrist and discovered that his *dry Macular Degeneration was gone. His doctor was dumbfounded and told him that in all his years, he had never seen such an improvement.  Due to this healing experience, Ken decided to dedicate himself to the research, study, and production of C60 Buckminster Fullerenes. In 2016, Ken founded C60 Purple Power which offers 99.99% pure sublimated Carbon 60, (never exposed to solvents), delivered in 100% certified organic oils, made in the USA.  Ken believes that “your health is your responsibility” and he is on a mission to help people feel empowered to take control of their health.  *However, disclaimer here, these statements and products have not been approved by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.  In this episode: What C60 is, and what it does for the cells. (5:36) What is oxidative stress? (6:03) The cumulative damage oxidative stress causes over time. (7:06) How C60 reverses symptoms of aging. (8:11) The role mitochondria play in our health. (8:55) Why athletes love C60. (15:52) What differentiates C60 from other anti-oxidants? (29:36) Why Ken makes C60 products with MCT, avocado, and olive oils. (23:15) The hormonal benefits of using C60. (28:20) The initial and ongoing benefits of using C60. (32:46) Links and resources: Guest Social Media Links:: https://www.facebook.com/c60purplepowerproducts https://www.instagram.com/c60purplepower/  https://twitter.com/c60purplepower Relative links: Get 10% off using code IHHC Use this link: https://go.shopc60.com/IHHC/ https://whatisc60.org  Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | and LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Change Your Life With Vision Therapy with Dr. Bryce Applebaum, Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 30:57


    Dr. Bryce Appelbaum joins me again for the second part of our two-part series on why healthcare has it all wrong about the eyes. Today, we talk about how vision impacts sports performance. We get into concussions, how Covid can affect our vision, motion sickness, and supplements for the eyes.  Common symptoms of a head injury that are related to vision Fatigue Eye strain Headache Brain fog Dizziness About Dr. Applebaum: Dr. Bryce Appelbaum is a pioneer in neuro-optometry passionate about unlocking life's potential through vision.  His expertise includes reorganizing the visual brain post-concussion to return to learn and return to life, remediating visual developmental delays interfering with reading and learning, and enhancing visual skills to elevate sports performance.  Dr. Appelbaum has been featured on the front page of USA Today, in the New York Times Magazine, Bethesda Magazine, and as the cover story of OT Advance.  Dr. Appelbaum has worked with hundreds of professional athletes, numerous professional and collegiate sports teams, and countless amateur athletes to transform raw talent into honed performance through vision.  He also helps teams consider who to draft or sign as free agents based on assessing a player's visual potential and identifying how far off they may be from operating at that ceiling.  He is the owner and managing doctor at Appelbaum Vision, PC, a private practice specializing in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation with offices in Bethesda and Annapolis, Maryland.  Dr. Appelbaum is a board-certified Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and an Adjunct Clinical Professor at the Southern College of Optometry.  Dr. Appelbaum is on a mission to change the way the world views vision. He believes there is more to vision than just 20/20 eyesight and has developed programs to retrain the brain to revise the eyes.  In this episode: How vision impacts sports performance. (31:07) How improved vision can help people maximize their sports performance. (32:58) How to elevate your young child's sports performance by improving their vision. (34:56) What a concussion is. (36:45)  How concussions impact vision. (37:13) How long it takes to recover from a concussion. (39:05) What to do if you get a concussion. (42:26) How Covid has impacted our eyes. (44:10) Why it's preferable to buy higher quality blue-blocking glasses. (47:10) A procedure to help with motion sickness. (50:50) What vision therapy is. (53:50) Foods that promote longevity of the eyes. (54:15) Links and resources: Links and resources: www.visionhelp.com   Work with Dr. Appelbaum virtually: www.drbryceappelbaum.com  www.screenfit.com Use code: DRGRAY10 for 10% off www.AppelbaumVision.com  www.covd.org  www.infinitywalk.org  Guest Social Media Links:: @DrBryceAppelbaum  @AppelbaumVision Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Change Your Life With Vision Therapy with Dr. Bryce Applebaum, Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 33:09


    I have Dr. Bryce Appelbaum joining me for a two-part series to get into the misdiagnoses and missed opportunities of vision and explain why healthcare has it all wrong about the eyes. Today we dive into vision therapy, why nearsightedness is increasing alarmingly quickly, and how ADD, ADHD, and dyslexia relate to vision. We also discuss the controversy surrounding eye-patching, and Dr. Applebaum shares many helpful tips along the way. The two main components of nearsightedness: Genetics Environment About Dr Applebaum: Dr. Bryce Appelbaum is a pioneer in neuro-optometry passionate about unlocking life's potential through vision.  His expertise includes reorganizing the visual brain post-concussion to return to learn and return to life, remediating visual developmental delays interfering with reading and learning, and enhancing visual skills to elevate sports performance.  Dr. Appelbaum has been featured on the front page of USA Today, in the New York Times Magazine, Bethesda Magazine, and as the cover story of OT Advance.  Dr. Appelbaum has worked with hundreds of professional athletes, numerous professional and collegiate sports teams, and countless amateur athletes to transform raw talent into honed performance through vision.  He also helps teams consider who to draft or sign as free agents based on assessing a player's visual potential and identifying how far off they may be from operating at that ceiling.  He is the owner and managing doctor at Appelbaum Vision, PC, a private practice specializing in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation with offices in Bethesda and Annapolis Maryland.  Dr. Appelbaum is a board-certified Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and an Adjunct Clinical Professor at the Southern College of Optometry.  Dr. Appelbaum is on a mission to change the way the world views vision. He believes there is more to vision than just 20/20 eyesight and has developed programs to retrain the brain to revise the eyes. He is here with us today to discuss The Misdiagnoses and Missed Opportunities of Vision: why healthcare has it all wrong about the eyes?  In this episode: What vision therapy is. (3:15) Why nearsightedness is increasing at an alarming rate. (5:31) How people end up always needing glasses. (6:38) How far should you sit from a screen? (7:55) How hidden vision problems could relate to ADD and ADHD. (10:26) What convergence insufficiency is and how to test kids for it. (11:05) How eyesight differs from vision. (12:53) How hidden vision problems relate to dyslexia. (13:57) Why you should never use Visine eye drops. (18:31) How omega 3 fatty acids benefit dry eyes. (20:19) What causes amblyopia (lazy eye)? (27:00) Links and resources: www.visionhelp.com   www.AppelbaumVision.com  www.covd.org  www.infinitywalk.org  Guest Social Media Links:: @DrBryceAppelbaum  @AppelbaumVision Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Heal Your Leaky Brain with Dr. Titus Chiu

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 57:01


    Dr. Titus Chiu specializes in post-concussion syndrome. He joins me today to talk about post-concussion syndrome, leaky brain, brain inflammation, and how to safeguard your brain.  Common symptoms of post-concussion syndrome: Sound sensitivity Motion sensitivity Light sensitivity Nausea Dizziness Motion sickness Vertigo Headaches Anxiety Depression Sleep disturbances Pain Brain fog Brain fatigue About Dr. Chiu: Dr. Titus Chiu is a #1 bestselling author, award-winning international speaker, and Functional Neurologist that specializes in Post-Concussion Syndrome. Dr. Chiu helps health-conscious professionals heal their brains and regain their lives after a concussion by getting to the root cause. He is the #1 bestselling author of BrainSAVE! Learn more about Dr. Chiu's unique approach to brain health at www.brainsave.com.  In this episode: What post-concussive syndrome is. (6:13) Why some people don't realize they have post-concussive syndrome. (6:58) Why you might not know that you have a concussion. (7:29) Two common myths about concussions. (8:40) Why post-concussive syndrome is so tricky, especially for conventional medicine. (9:24) The functional neurological approach to post-concussive syndrome. (10:55) Warning signs and symptoms of an acute concussion. (15:08) What to do if you have a concussion. (17:00) What leaky brain is and how it relates to brain inflammation and concussions. (22:20) Clues that you might have a leaky brain. (25:46) Some simple ways to activate your vagus nerve to heal a leaky brain. (38:42) Things you can do to safeguard your brain. (49:02) Links and resources: Connect with Dr. Titus Chiu on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube Free gift: https://www.brainsave.com/blog/6-warning-signs-leaky-brain Leaky Brain Quiz   Brain Save   Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Bone Health Optimization with Kevin Ellis

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 52:13


    You can build stronger bones at any age! Kevin Ellis joins me today to share his comprehensive approach to bone health and explain how we can easily make the connection between bone strength and longevity. He also helps us understand bone loss and how to build stronger bones. Factors that contribute to people not achieving peak bone mass: Poor diet and nutrition A sedentary lifestyle Eating disorders Certain medications Excessive smoking or drinking About Kevin Ellis: Kevin Ellis is better known as Bone Coach™️. He's a certified integrative nutrition health coach, podcaster, YouTuber, and bone health advocate, and is the founder of BoneCoach.com.  Through a unique 3-step process and world-class coaching programs, he and his team have helped people with osteopenia and osteoporosis in over 1500+ cities around the world get confident in their stronger bones plan. His mission is to not just help over 1+ million people around the globe build stronger bones… It's to help our children and grandchildren prevent osteoporosis and other diseases in the future so they can lead long, active lives. In this episode: What osteoporosis is and how it increases the risk of bone fractures. (9:30) How to find out if you have osteoporosis or osteopenia. (9:50) What osteopenia is. (10:33) The best age for women to get screened for osteopenia and osteoporosis (11:03) What causes osteoporosis? (13:56) Risks and side-effects of standard medications for osteoporosis. (17:56) The connection between gut health and bone health. (19:48) Dietary guidelines for preventing osteoporosis. (23:22) Exercises that work best for bone health. (30:50) Technologies and tests to help us understand our bone quality. (35:49)  What a stronger bone plan looks like. (40:43) Links and resources: Stronger Bones Masterclass BoneCoach™️ Website  BoneCoach™️ Facebook  BoneCoach™️ Youtube    BoneCoach™️ Instagram    BoneCoach™️ Pinterest     BoneCoach™️ TikTok     BoneCoach™️ Podcast     BoneCoach™️ Linkedin    Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast  Related episode: Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy with Dr. Gary Donovitz

    Longevity Tips for Animals Part II, with Dr. Ruth Roberts

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 34:47


    Many people are becoming selective about what gets injected into their bodies, but don't think twice about having their animals vaccinated. Dr. Ruth Roberts joins me again today to talk about which vaccinations and flea, tick, and heartworm medications are necessary and which are not. She also explains how to incorporate mindfulness into our pet's daily routine. Options for environmental control against ticks and fleas: Nematodes that eat the eggs and larvae Borax or diatomaceous earth  Growth regulators that prevent fleas from forming a protective layer Capstar tablets Insect growth regulators to be given orally (Lufenuron)  Amber collars 0BugZone electromagnetic collars  About Dr. Roberts: Dr. Ruth Roberts has supported thousands of dogs and cats to overcome health hurdles like kidney disease, GI Illness, allergies, and cancer. Her natural approach to healing creates a gentle yet effective path for your pet to take on their journey to well-being.  Dr. Ruth created The Original CrockPet Diet, a balanced home-cooked diet for pets, as the foundation of health. Dr. Ruth will help you to develop a health plan for your pet via e-learning, videos on a range of health topics, and One on One coaching.   In this episode: How long the duration of immunity is for pets, and what that means. (30:56) What distemper and parvo are. (32:34) What happens when a person or a pet gets rabies. (35:37) How to dose a pet with Thuja. (37:00) What a titer is and what it tests for. (38:14) Should we back off with vaccines for low-risk animals or non-responders? (40:56) Why a kennel cough vaccination may be necessary. (43:20) Whether or not dogs need to be vaccinated against leptospirosis and Lyme disease. (44:45) Alternatives for tick and flea control. (51:20) Options for environmental control of ticks and fleas. (53:28) Heartworm prevention for dogs. (56:37) Incorporating mindfulness into your pet's daily routine. (58:24) Links and resources: Dr. Ruth Roberts's website  Follow Dr. Ruth Roberts on Instagram/ Twitter/ LinkedIn/ Facebook/ TikTok/ YouTube Free PDF download:  When Not to Take Your Pet to the ER Vet Get a 10% discount with CODE DRSTEPHANIEGRAY for The Original CrockPet Diet Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Longevity Tips for Animals Part I with Dr. Ruth Roberts

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 30:28


    Dr. Ruth Roberts joins me today for the first part of a two-part series on longevity in pets. In this episode, she talks about how our pet's longevity can increase if we have them spayed or neutered later- or not at all. She also gets into the benefits of feeding pets a whole food diet high in vegetables and fiber and how to make that in a crockpot. A balanced ratio of macronutrients for healthy pets: 1/3 protein 1/3 healthy fats 1/3 carbohydrates (both vegetables and other simple carbohydrates) About Dr. Roberts:  Dr. Ruth Roberts has supported thousands of dogs and cats to overcome health hurdles like kidney disease, GI Illness, allergies, and cancer. Her natural approach to healing creates a gentle yet effective path for your pet to take on its journey to well-being.  Dr. Ruth created The Original CrockPet Diet, a balanced home-cooked diet for pets, as the foundation of health. Dr. Ruth will help you develop a health plan for your pet via e-learning, videos on a range of health topics, and One on One coaching. In this episode: Food that is not good for pets. (4:14) Why cooked food is better for dogs than raw food. (4:38) How a whole foods nutritional approach differs from feeding dogs kibble. (6:48) Why spaying and neutering is a problem. (7:18) How to delay spaying or neutering. (9:33) How long to wait before spaying or neutering. (11:33) What is the CrockPet Diet? (14:24) Herbs and spices that make pet food healthier. (16:39) How to store cooked pet food. (18:02) How to transition your pet to the CrockPet Diet. (21:12) Glandular materials in Holistic Total Body Support feed your pet's endocrine systems and address the side effects of neutering and spaying. (23:36) Links and resources: Dr. Ruth Roberts's website  Follow Dr. Ruth Roberts on Instagram/ Twitter/ LinkedIn/ Facebook/ TikTok/ YouTube Free PDF download:  When Not to Take Your Pet to the ER Vet Get a 10% discount for The Original CrockPet Diet Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Holistic Approach to Skin Health with Chris Gibson

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 55:34


    Chris Gibson is a holistic health coach, esthetician, and skincare expert. He joins me today to talk about healthy skin care, ingredients we should avoid, light therapy, and melasma.  7 freaky chemicals to be avoided in skin care: Parabens  Fragrance  Alcohol Avobenzone  Octinoxate  Oxybenzone  Sulfates and sulfides About Chris Gibson: Chris Gibson is a sought-after skincare expert and holistic health coach/esthetician.  He is also the Best-Selling Author of the acclaimed book Acne Free In 3 Days (with over 1 Million Copies Sold) and has a very successful YouTube channel, Chris Gibson Live! With over 116 thousand subscribers the channel is dedicated to providing expert information and product reviews on skincare and wellness topics for both skin issues and anti-aging. His social media reach is well over 200K, increasing every day.  He was recently featured in USA Today on the topic of "7 Freaky Chemicals In Your Skin Care Products and How to Avoid Them”.  Chris has been popularly featured on CBS, ABC Family, Fox News, The Daily Buzz, and numerous lifestyle television and radio shows across the country and in Canada.  He is available for both television, podcast, and radio programs. In this episode: Along with your DNA, many other factors will determine how you look as you get older (9:59) Why acne does not clear up for some people after their teenage years. (14:18)  Two things that will change your skin health most quickly. (16:56) The role antioxidants play in skin care. (20:11) Why you should avoid taking too much Vitamin D. (22:23) Why it's worth having a nutritional analysis test done. (23:27) Ingredients that you must include for skin care. (24:51) Hazardous ingredients in sunscreens that should always be avoided. (27:12) Why we need to regularly spend some time in the sun. (29:48) Why your hair and skin should never squeak after washing or cleansing. (38:08) Why light therapy is the way of the future. (40:15) Ways to treat melisma and remove discoloration. (49:20) Links and resources: Chris Gibson on Youtube, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    How to Not get Sick!

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 55:04


    This episode is devoted to immune health. I have brought Thomas Pennel back again today to talk about immune health and advise us on which supplements to take to boost our immunity or for acute support when we get sick. Three things that maximize immune function: Building a good gut barrier Building up metabolic reserves Removing things that overstimulate the immune system Guest Bio: Thomas Pennel is an Account Executive who has worked in the supplement and nutrition space for a company called Ortho Molecular Products. After receiving a degree in Integrative Biology from the University of Illinois, a little health scare with his now fiancé gave him his first interaction with functional medicine.  After seeing first-hand how functional medicine impacted her life, this drove him to seek out professional nutrition companies for the opportunity to work with providers and help shape patient care.  He has worked with over 1000 clinics across the Midwest which has included a wide array of practitioners, clinics, and pharmacies.  He has previously worked with practices across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania and now resides in Iowa where he currently works with over 400 active practices. He uses this experience to help providers consult and bring functional medicine to their patients with a strong focus on improving clinical outcomes.  In this episode: Why it's vital to purchase quality supplements from professional channels. (2:50) Where Ortho Molecular Products sources its products. (7:14) The testing Ortho Molecular Products does on all their raw materials. (8:15) How your immune timeline literally starts in the womb. (11:15) Supplements that will build a nutritional foundation for your immune system. (16:02) Why we need to supplement with Mitochondrial Complex, and how it works. (18:02) How the “power trio” (Acetyl L-Carnitine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Acetyl-Cysteine) works to maximize mitochondrial input and output. (19:15) How Mitochondrial Complex helps boost the immune system. (21:41) Why we need Vitamin D for our immune system. (23:10) The main ingredients in Immune Support. (28:48) How probiotics support the immune system. (33:56) What the ingredients in Viracid do for the immune system when we get sick. (45:10) Products that provide acute support for kids when they get sick. (48:50)   Quotes: “If you're a patient who has ever been interested in immune system health or taking something for the immune system, this is probably the most important time ever to seek out professional nutrition. Because if we're not doing professional nutrition at this point, we're really kind of rolling the dice to see what's left or what company has stepped up and just made products to make products.” “Your immune timeline is essentially a timeline of what created you. Because if you think about your immune system as not something that is just happening in this moment. It's not my immune system today at 4 o'clock. It's my immune system as it's grown with me over the last twenty-something years. So this immune system starts from the day you're born. Were you C-section? Were you vaginal delivery? That affects your microbiome. It affects the way your immune system begins to develop literally from the day you were born.” “Metabolic reserve is basically how much I have in my gas tank.” “If we are not able to optimally create ATP at the starting point, then we're going to have problems at the finish line. As our bodies are looking to create energy or looking for energy to use, it's just not going to be there. It just isn't going to happen. So the reason I want to supplement Mitochondrial Complex is we want to give those mitochondria a fighting chance. We want to give those mitochondria all of the micro-nutrients that they could possibly need to keep themselves built and keep themselves healthy and happy.” “Quercetin is basically like zinc's little friend because zinc doesn't like to get into cells. Our cells don't like to bring in zinc for whatever reason. Quercetin acts as what's called a zinc ionophore. So it's able to basically grab zinc, hold its hand, and say now you're coming with me.” “Most of our immune system is housed in our gut. What we're talking about when we talk about that is about 80-90% of our immune system being things like ???? macrophages sitting in our GI tract, ready to catch whatever is going through and say is this my friend? Is this something that I can trust? Is this good for me, or is this something that's not going to be good for me and I need to process?” “We are going to be challenged. Make sure that we are just checking some of these boxes. If we look at coughs or we get whatever may be, it's really much more fun to spend a little bit of money to take some supplements than it is to get sick a bunch of times!”   Links and resources:   Supplements mentioned in this episode: Mitochondrial complex Vitamin D3 with K2 Vitamin D3 with K2 liquid Immune Support Probiotic Complex SbIgG powder SbIgG capsule Vira Support Silver Vitamin D Probiotics (for kids) Use the code DONT GET SICK for 10% off anything mentioned today.  Thomas Pennel on LinkedIn Ortho Molecular Products   Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast  Related episodes: Episode 96: Gut Aging Connection with Dr. Vincent Pedre Episode 108: What MORE You Need To Know About the Supplement Industry Part 1 with Thomas Pennel Episode 109: What MORE You Need To Know About the Supplement Industry Part 2 with Thomas Pennel

    Ozone, Low Level Laser, and Metabolism Testing with Dr. Kelly Felmer

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 52:54


    Dr. Kelly Felmer is a Doctoral prepared Nurse Practitioner who empowers men and women to take control of their own health. She joins me today to talk about ozone, low-level laser therapy, and metabolism testing. Benefits of ozone: Removing inflammation Fighting cancer Treating autoimmune diseases Recovering from viral illnesses when combined with vitamin C Enhancing athletic performance   Guest Bio: Dr. Kelly Felmer is a Doctoral prepared Nurse Practitioner who is on a lifelong journey of being healthy and wants that for all the people she serves as well.  She helps both women and men to be empowered and to take control of their own health. With over 25 years of medical experience, Dr. Kelly guides those in need on a health journey to reverse disease, resolve symptoms, and restore normal function in the body.  At Discovery Health Healing Center in Green Bay, WI, Dr. Kelly and her staff believe that no one has to suffer from nagging symptoms and chronic illness, but also that people have been taught wrong about how to keep themselves healthy. Medications do not make a person healthy. They treat a symptom.  So at DHHC, we focus on the basic function of the body, work to restore normal function at a cellular level, and therefore, resolve the cause of the symptoms and reverse the disease process.  In this episode: What ozone is. (11:40) How ozone benefits people. (13:08) How ozone gets administered. (14:40) The healing benefits of ozone injections. (15:31) The benefits of using ozone in combination with vitamin C. (16:09) How often people with autoimmune diseases need ozone. (18:20) How ozone gets administered for Major Auto-Hemotherapy (MAH). (22:08) Potential side-effects of ozone. (23:10) How near-infrared light therapy helps people heal. (26:23) How to mitigate stress by changing your perception. (32:58) How low-level laser therapy works. (34:28) What metabolism testing is, and its benefits. (40:24) Links and Resources:   Dr. Kelly Felmer's website  (The clinic is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin.) Dr. Kelly on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube   Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast   

    Improve Your Vision Naturally with Claudia Muehlenweg

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 47:32


    Claudia Muehlenweg focuses on finding the root cause of blurry vision instead of using symptomatic treatments like glasses, contacts, or surgery. She joins me today to share her thoughts about readers, contacts, sunglasses, Lasik eye surgery, and eye drops, and discuss ways to improve your vision naturally. Strategies for improving your vision naturally: Palming will rest your eyes and relax your mind. Sunning will improve your pupillary reactions. Strobing will reduce light sensitivity. Blinking more frequently will prevent dry eyes. Stop wearing sunglasses to help your night vision. [Don't do this in extreme conditions or if your pupils do not constrict properly.] Moving your head and your eyes together will help prevent astigmatism. Guest Bio: Claudia Muehlenweg is the founder of Holistic Vision LLC and creator of the Naturally Clear Vision Method. She always hated her glasses and has made it her mission to help others see clearly naturally… just like she has done.  Claudia is a sought-after international speaker and workshop leader.  She focuses on finding the root cause of her clients' blurry vision instead of using symptomatic treatments like glasses, contacts, or surgery that can actually make their eyesight worse in the long term.  In this episode: Relaxation leads to clear vision. [3:05] How to use palming to rest your eyes and relax your mind. [6:40] Sunning will improve your pupillary reaction. [10:55] How to practice strobing to reduce light sensitivity. [13:01] Why wearing sunglasses makes you get sunburned more quickly. [14:37] The problem with regular glasses and contacts. [16:01] Problems associated with Lasik eye surgery. [20:15] How to cope with dry eyes naturally. [23:17] Some tips for improving your vision habits. [29:58] Why you should improve your vision habits rather than opting for readers when you get older. [34:27] Your vision will not be as good in times of stress. [38:33] Why good posture is important for your vision. [39:20]  Links and resources: Claudia's website: https://www.myholisticvision.com/  Claudia's free gift: 10 Habits for Healthy and Happy Eyes Claudia's courses: 21 Days to Better Eyesight Experience Naturally Clear Vision for Life   Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Mold Treatment Pearls with Dr. Lauren Tessier

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 51:17


    Mold-related illness- specifically colonization, can involve complex treatment. Dr. Lauren Tessier, a naturopathic physician who treats often-overlooked forms of mold-illness, joins me to discuss mold in women, mold in pediatrics, and mold in autoimmunity.  The four (overlapping) types of mold illness: Common allergy, including dry eyes, runny eyes, runny nose, coughing, sneezing, and even asthma Fungal infection, colonization, and biofilm.  Mycotoxicosis (The toxic impact of mold) Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) Guest Bio: Dr. Lauren Tessier is a practicing Naturopathic Physician. Her practice Life After Mold, located in Waterbury, Vermont, services local and international clients suffering from mold-related illnesses complicated by comorbid conditions such as multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS), and chronic infections- including Lyme & co-infections, EBV, CMV, etc.  Dr. Tessier, previously CIRS certified in 2016, treats not only biotoxin illness but also other overlooked forms of mold illness, including allergy, infection/colonization, and mycotoxicosis.  Dr. Tessier serves clients via in-office medical care or through educational wellness consults; she also provides one-on-one private training for practitioners looking to improve upon their mold-literate clinical skills.  Dr. Tessier is the President of ISEAI, or the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness, and has been in service to the nonprofit since 2017, in the roles of Secretary, Vice President, and general board member. ISEAI is dedicated to helping practitioners learn how to diagnose and treat Environmentally Acquired Illness in their client population.  The free e-booklet “Mold Prevention: 101”, authored by Dr. Tessier is available on her website, and has been circulated worldwide.  In this episode: The four overlapping types of mold-related illnesses that get caused by mold and mycotoxins. (7:28) How cancer relates to mold illness. (9:33) Why mold-related illnesses are not more widely accepted. (10:05) The most common symptoms of mold illness. (12:33) How mold illness affects kids. (13:47) How mold illness impacts women's health. (14:59) Other symptoms of mold illness. (17:55) What mass cell activation syndrome (MCAS) is. (21:48) What multiple chemical sensitivity is. (25:16) The importance of controlling your exposure to different variables. (32:28) Foods that could contain mold toxins. (37:28) How mold illness (40:41) and colonization (43:24) can be treated.  “Close your eyes and think of the Olympic rings and how they overlap. Picture four rings overlapping- almost like a four-petal flower. In each one of those petals, I put a type of mold illness.” “I think of mass cell activation syndrome as the moat around the disease castle.” “When the white cells are in a state where they are just on high alert, they will react to even the smallest stuff.” “Your body can only handle so many toxins until it starts to not know how to process them. When it does not know how to process them, it kicks them from the liver back into the bloodstream. So you're almost getting this internal re-exposure that happens.” “It is so important to control the different variables of exposure. Your main variables of exposure are your environment and your food. ”  “What comes from the ground has to dry out and get stored away somewhere before I eat it, like grains, legumes, beans, coffee, and nuts. Anything that starts a little damp and then gets stored somewhere dry, that's where a lot of the issues come in.” Links and Resources: Free gift: https://www.lifeaftermold.com/mold-prevention-101 Life After Mold Website     Instagram                Facebook                  Twitter     Pinterest              Youtube           TikTok                    Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

    Six Steps to Radical Healing and Living Wild & Well with Dani Williamson

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 48:22


    Dani Williamson joins me today to talk about overcoming past childhood trauma and share her six steps to radical healing and living wild and well.  Dani's six steps to radical healing and living wild and well Eat well Sleep well Move well Poop well De-stress well Cultivate community well Guest Bio: Dani Williamson (MSN, FNP) owns Integrative Family Medicine and Wild & Well a Wellness Emporium in Franklin, TN. She focuses on gut health, autoimmune thyroid diseases, and hormone and adrenal health with her patients. Her approach embodies a physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual process to healing.  Dani is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Nurse-Midwifery and Family Nurse Practitioner programs. She is on the board of the Middle Tennessee chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and believes strongly in addressing issues of adverse childhood trauma and its relation to overall long-term health conditions.  Her first book Wild & Well Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing was released on November 9, 2021, by Morgan James Publishing. In this episode: The first time in 24 years that a doctor ever spoke to Dani about her diet. (2:43) How Dani helps men and women heal decades of chronic lifestyle disease. (4:32) Why Dani always incorporates the Aces questionnaire with all her new patients. (7:23) How the Aces questionnaire came about. (9:43) How Dani healed her trauma. (13:46) Where Dani starts with helping her patients. (16:10) Addressing the trauma will change the trajectory of the whole family. (17:05) What EMDR and EFT are. (17:17) Dani breaks down each of her six steps:  Eat well (19:40) Move well (22:32) Sleep well (23:24) Poop well (25:46) De-stress well (26:55) Cultivate community well (30:08) The seven foods to be eliminated for healing. (34:10) What inspired Dani to write Wild and Well? (38:50)   Dani's quotes: “Don't you know your diet controls your disease?” (2:53) “What's at the end of your fork could heal you or kill you.” (3:13) “What affects you before the age of 18 can set you up for a lifetime of chronic disease.” (3:43) “When you address the trauma, you change the trajectory of the entire family.” (17:05) “If you think the food industry has your health in mind, you are sadly mistaken.” (21:25) “If you don't cook, I can't help you get well because cooking is self-care.” (22:03) “Automate, eliminate, and delegate everything you can in your life so that your vessel is filled up and you're not pouring from an empty vessel.” (27:48)   Links and resources: Dani Williams on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube    Dani's Inflammation course Sign up for Dani's newsletter at www.daniwilliamson.com and get her swapping list as a gift! ACES test Body Keeps Score Book The Deepest Well Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative 

    Weight Loss Over 50 with Debra Atkinson

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 47:12


    Debra Atkinson is a Functional Health Coach and Hormone Balancing Fitness Expert. She joins me today to discuss the importance of individualizing your exercise program. We dive into the best hormone balancing exercise program, fitness in menopause, and ways to improve bone and muscle health for strength and aging. Debra's formula for the types of exercise perimenopausal women should engage in: Two full-body strength-training to total muscle fatigue sessions per week Two high-intensity interval training sessions per week   Guest Bio: Debra Atkinson is a Functional Health Coach, Hormone Balancing Fitness Expert, and Flipping 50 founder. Debra Atkinson has helped over 250,000 women “flip” their second half with the vitality and energy they want.  She's the bestselling author of You Still Got It, Girl: The After 50 Fitness Formula for Women; Navigating Fitness After 50: Your GPS For Choosing Programs and Professionals You Can Trust; and Hot, Not Bothered.  Debra hosts Flipping 50 TV and the Flipping 50 podcast, an AARP top podcast for 50+.  She is a frequent speaker, and TEDx presenter of Everything Women in Menopause Learned About Exercise May Be a Lie.  She has 38 years of full-time fitness experience and is an International fitness presenter for associations including International Council on Active Aging, IDEA, NSCA, Athletic Business, and CanFitPro.  She's an American Council on Exercise Subject Matter Expert, and prior Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology at Iowa State University. Debra is also the founder of Flippingfifty.com and creator of the Flipping 50 Fitness Specialist program for fitness professionals. She's a frequent contributor at HuffPost, ShareCare, and other featured outlets and on the Education Advisory Board for Medfit.org.  In this episode: How the physical results Debra experienced after a year of doing fewer and shorter workouts flew in the face of all she had ever learned in kinesiology. (4:13) Why you need to ask if your exercise program was built on research on women like you. (4:50) How hormone balance fitness differs from conventional training. (7:37) A blueprint for the type of exercises perimenopausal women should participate in. (9:22) What you will gain from doing a total-body workout twice a week. (10:17) Why exercising different parts of the body every day does not add up to the same as a total-body workout twice a week. (11:01) Why you should only do two total-body strength training sessions per week. (11:56) How to get started with high-intensity interval training sessions. (13:02) Why it's better to do strength and high-intensity training on alternate days. (14:00) Debra defines strength training and emphasizes its importance. (18:43) What is muscular fatigue, and why is it important? (21:28) Some important things for women to consider when starting an exercise program. (24:10) Some common exercise mistakes women tend to make. (25:07) Tips for building bone and muscle. (29:52) Some exercise advice for busy women. (36:58) Quotes: “Most of the research is on young athletic males who are in the prime of their peak of muscle mass. So they are really in fat-burning. And women in mid-life are much more easily storing fat.” “We get eight times the metabolism boost from doing a total body workout as we do if we say I'm only going to work my chest and my arms today.” “The point of exercise is to get better at life. We're supposed to feel good having done it. We're supposed to have more energy having done it. We're not supposed to be exhausted and sore and tired.” “We need to increase our lean muscle tissue by reaching muscular fatigue, and we need to get breathless.” “We need pulling exercises much more than we need pushing.” “Often, women are hearing “go walk, you need weight-bearing exercise”. But actually, you need weight-resistance exercise.” “We need to be putting the breaks on the losses and/or trying to rebuild bone density.” Links and resources: Debra's website  Get Debra's gift of a Five Day Flip Affiliate link: https://gt281.isrefer.com/go/stronger/sgray/ Debra Atkinson on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram   Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast  

    Breast Explant Tips with Dr. Robert Whitfield

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 51:33


    Dr. Robert Whitfield is a plastic surgeon specializing in breast explant surgery. He joins me today to talk about why one might need to explant and if so, how to prepare for the best outcome. He also discusses the testing he has performed on explants and his findings. Symptoms that could indicate breast implant illness Fatigue or brain fog Cognitive decline Hair loss Anxiety and/or depression Joint or muscle pain Menstrual cycle problems Recurrent BV (Bacterial Vaginosis) Guest Bio: Dr. Robert Whitfield is an experienced, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. He completed six years of surgical training at Indiana University Medical Center. He remained at the Indiana University Medical Center to complete his Plastic Surgery Residency and at the completion, he chose to gain additional training in Microsurgery and Aesthetic Surgery by completing a one-year Fellowship in Las Vegas, Nevada under Dr. William Zamboni.  He is an Active Member American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and the American Medical Association.  Dr. Whitfield focuses on providing clients with nutritional guidance, nutraceutical advice, personal genetic predisposition screening, and non-invasive, minimally invasive, and surgical options for treatments all over the body.  He has completed over 4000 breast procedures since 2004 including over 500 implant removals.  He has the largest series of explant specimens with PCR testing. While serving as the President-Elect of the Research Foundation he gave testimony at the FDA hearings in 2019 regarding BII. Dr. Whitfield's Philosophy Statement Choosing to have surgery is a major life choice. Dr. Whitfield has personally been involved in helping make decisions about surgery since 1992 when his sister was diagnosed with breast cancer. Each patient has to know the risks and benefits so they can make an informed decision. With the proper plan and meticulous attention to detail, each patient has the best opportunity for a successful outcome in his hands. Patient safety is incredibly important to him and at the forefront of each surgical decision. After spending so many years training and practicing he only tries to provide the safest and most appropriate surgical care.  In This Episode: A problem associated with textured implants. (12:30) Why fat transfer is a better option than an implant for reconstruction after a mastectomy. (15:00) Breast implant illness causes a lot of inflammation. (16:10) How to know if you need to have your breast implants removed. (17:47) The necessary tests to ascertain whether someone has breast implant illness. (19:20) What breast implant illness is. (20:03) Why patients may suffer from breast implant illness. (20:14) What an en-bloc capsulectomy is, and why it's crucial to have it done by a surgeon who specializes in explants. (25:39) How a patient can know if they have had silicon toxicity. (37:37) Whether or not silicone can leach into patients' bodies over time and cause silicone toxicity. (40:02) The difference between silicone and saline implants. (41:16) What a functional medicine approach to pre-op planning for an explant includes. (44:20) How patients can be helped through the change after having their implants removed. (49:41)   Dr. Robert Whitfield's quotes: “I am very critical of both my patients' diets and their hormone status.” “The DNA company has a special program using AI to look for what's called indels. Unlike SNPs, which are spelling errors, this looks for an entire paragraph of the missing code.” “Everybody's probably familiar with an easter egg that has the candy in it. So, you don't want to crack the shell of the easter egg when you're taking out the implant because maybe the candy in the middle is bad for you. Or it's leaking silicone gel.” “I'm a micromanager of everything that goes in the body before and after surgery because that's the way I get the best recoveries.” Links and resources: Breast Implant Illness Expert website  Documentary: Explant (On Paramount Plus) Book: The Naked Truth About Breast Implants by Susan Kolb Follow Dr. Robert Whitfield on Instagram, Facebook, Tiktok, Holistic and Scientific Plastic Surgery Podcast    Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by Team Podcast Related episodes: Episode 17: Breast Implant Illness with Sarah Phillipe   

    Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) with Amy Stark

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 42:22


    The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also known as tapping, is a way to help your body process, release, and heal stored trauma to become happier and healthier humans. It calms our parasympathetic nervous system and helps our bodies innately process childhood trauma. Amy Stark joins me to talk about how she uses and teaches EFT to help others transform their lives.   The Tapping Points Side of the Hand Top of the Head Inner Eyebrow Side of the Eye Underneath the Eye Underneath the Nose  Underneath the Lower Lip Right Below Your Collarbone Center of the Chest Liver and Spleen Area - Near Your Braline   About Amy Stark Amy Stark is an author, speaker, and teacher about personal transformation and host of The Stark Transformation Show.  For over a decade, Amy has been teaching others how to master their life and energy with the most cutting-edge tools and techniques.  Amy has a degree in Psychology, a Master's in Education is an L.M.T, and is a biohacker at heart. She is a trained Reiki Master, Reconnective Healer, and E.F.T. Practitioner, and is known around the world for helping people to create happier and healthier lives full of joy and purpose.   In This Episode What the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is and the science behind it [8:15] What happens to your thoughts when you're in the parasympathetic nervous system [9:45] How EFT helps calm your body and parasympathetic nervous system [10:30] What EFT can help with [12:45] The process of tapping [14:15] How long you should tap for [28:15] What you might say when you do EFT [29:30] How tapping helps children [35:00]   Links & Resources Use Code CALM for 10% Off Adrenal Calm Use Code MAGNESIUM for 10% Off Magnesium The Emotional Freedom Technique Find Amy Stark Online Follow Amy Stark on Instagram | Facebook | TikTok | Podcast | Podcast Instagram Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 106: What If It's Not Depression? With Dr. Achina Stein Episode 91: Finding Your Authentic Health With Dr. Gus Vickery Episode 67: A Different Kind Of Healing With Dr. Shiroko Sokitch

    What MORE You Need To Know About the Supplement Industry Part 2 with Thomas Pennel

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 44:45


    Supplements can help you improve your energy, lower your body's stress response, and support your immune system. In part two of this episode with Thomas Pennel, we talk about the specific supplements and ingredients that help with a whole host of bodily functions.   The Three Key Nutrients for Cellular Energy Acetyl L Carnitine Alpha Lipoic Acid N-Acetyl Cysteine (Nac)   About Thomas Pennel Thomas Pennel is an Account Executive who works in the supplement and nutrition space for a company called Ortho Molecular Products. After receiving a degree in Integrative Biology from the University of Illinois, a little health scare with his now fiancé gave him his first interaction with functional medicine.  After seeing firsthand how functional medicine impacted her life, Thomas sought out professional nutrition companies for the opportunity to work with providers and help shape patient care.  Thomas has worked with over 1000 clinics across the Midwest which has included a wide array of practitioners, clinics, and pharmacies.  He has previously worked with practices across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania and now resides in Iowa where he currently works with over 400 active practices, including the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic. He uses this experience to help providers consult and bring functional medicine to their patients with a strong focus on improving clinical outcomes.   In This Episode What supplements help maximize your health [1:00] The nutrients that help maximize cellular energy [6:15] How free radicals can lead to long-term health concerns [9:30] Other supplements that can help with your energy levels [13:15] How to know if you have an adrenal issue [15:00] Supplements that help with adrenal function [20:00] What you need to know about Immune Support [29:00] What an immunologic binder does and how it helps your gut system [33:30] The top supplements for immune support [37:45]   Links & Resources Use Code BEST for 10% Off Everything in The Shop Use Code CALM for 10% Off Adrenal Calm Use Code IGG for 10% Off SB IGG Ortho Molecular Products Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 6: 5 Supplements Myths Pt 1 W/ Tom Houle  Episode 7: 5 Supplements Myths Pt 2 W/ Tom Houle  Episode 3: Food Is Medicine Pt. 1 W/ Dr. Terry Wahls

    What MORE You Need To Know About the Supplement Industry Part 1 with Thomas Pennel

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 48:39


    The quality of our soil and our poor digestive health means that most of us are not getting enough vitamins and minerals. The solution? Supplementing what we're not getting. But with all those supplement choices out there, how do you choose a high-quality product at an affordable price? I'm joined by Thomas Pennel from Ortho Molecular Products to talk about how his company chooses high-quality ingredients to create one of the best supplements available on the market.   Ortho Molecular Makes the Highest Quality Supplements by: Freeze drying the organisms Spraying the organisms with a protective coating Putting more product than needed in the supplement Shelf stabilizing the product   About Thomas Pennel Thomas Pennel is an Account Executive who works in the supplement and nutrition space for a company called Ortho Molecular Products. After receiving a degree in Integrative Biology from the University of Illinois, a little health scare with his now fiancé gave him his first interaction with functional medicine.  After seeing firsthand how functional medicine impacted her life, Thomas sought out professional nutrition companies for the opportunity to work with providers and help shape patient care.  Thomas has worked with over 1000 clinics across the Midwest which has included a wide array of practitioners, clinics, and pharmacies.  He has previously worked with practices across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania and now resides in Iowa where he currently works with over 400 active practices, including the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic. He uses this experience to help providers consult and bring functional medicine to their patients with a strong focus on improving clinical outcomes.   In This Episode Why our food sources are more deficient now [3:30] How living in a stressed lifestyle impacts our body's need for nutrients [6:00] How prescription medication can cause nutrient deficiency [6:46] What makes a good supplement company [9:00] The importance of clinical trials when it comes to creating natural supplements [14:00] How the environment impacts the quality of the supplement [16:00] How Ortho sources their quality products [18:15] When to question the quality of your supplements [20:00] The importance of expiration dates on your supplement bottles [27:30] How to preserve the lifespan of organisms in nutritional supplements [29:30] What shouldn't be in your supplements [32:00] The problem with burping up your fish oil [35:30] What you need to know about the regulation of dietary supplements [44:00]   Links & Resources Use Code BEST for 10% Off Everything in The Shop Use Code ENERGY for 10% Off Mitochondrial Complex  Use Code OMEGATHREES for 10% Off Omega 3 Ortho Molecular Products Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 6: 5 Supplements Myths Pt 1 W/ Tom Houle  Episode 7: 5 Supplements Myths Pt 2 W/ Tom Houle  Episode 3: Food Is Medicine Pt. 1 W/ Dr. Terry Wahls

    Fatigue Root Causes with Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 46:22


    The fatigue you feel could be so much more than not sleeping well at night. Fatigue could be a symptom of a much more serious underlying condition. I'm joined by Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith to talk about fatigue, nutritional deficiencies, environmental toxins, and the tests you need to have to get to the root of your illness.   Reduce Impact of Oxidative Stress Get tested for nutrients even if you're eating organic Ensure you have adequate protein in your diet Get tested for all toxins Look at your toxic exposures and remove them Look at your genetics to prevent future health issues   About Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith has been successfully leading women and their families to optimal health for over 2 decades as a board-certified Family Medicine doctor, from delivering babies to managing family care in the clinic and hospital.  She is now a leading Functional Medicine MD, international speaker, mentor to physicians in Functional Medicine, and peak performance coach. Overcoming two autoimmune diseases, along with debilitating fatigue, gives her firsthand knowledge and empathy for the challenges that face her patients.  As a woman and an entrepreneur, she is passionate about empowering women leaders to optimal health. Her ultimate goal is to empower women to optimal health and in turn, have them empower their families and their tribes. She has expertise in resolving brain fog and environmental illness as well as nutritional genomics.  She coaches high-level professionals in peak performance and sees patients at the clinic she founded: Simply Health Institute outside of Chicago, IL.   In This Episode Why it's important not to ignore subtle symptoms of low energy and fatigue [6:45] How to prevent increasingly severe symptoms and long-term conditions [9:00] What the most common nutritional deficiencies are [11:30] Why it's important for vegetarians and vegans to supplement their diets [13:00] The toxins that are often high in patients [14:00] The lab tests that determine low energy causes [15:00] Where you might be exposed to environmental toxins [18:30] How quickly mold spores can negatively impact your health [20:00] What you need to know about glutathione [28:30] What happens when you have an excess of NOS (Nitric Oxide Synthases) Pathway [35:30] How often you should have genetic testing done with your doctor [39:00]   Links & Resources Use Code GLUTATHIONE for 10% Off Glutathione Use Code MAGNESIUM for 10% Off Magnesium Free Gift: 10 Days to Infinite Energy Find Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith Online Follow Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 93: Functional Genomic Analysis With Dr. Bob Miller Episode 92: Detox Journeys With Aimee Carlson & Naomi Damask Episode 104 + 105: Tests Your Doctors May Not Know About

    What if it's NOT Depression? with Dr. Achina Stein

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 48:04


    You can heal your anxiety and depression by using functional medicine. Making changes to your stressors, hormones, infections, food, and toxins can all significantly impact your lifestyle. I'm joined by Dr. Achina Stein, a functional medicine doctor and psychiatrist, to talk about all the other possible contributing factors to your anxiety and depression.   Address the Shift Model to Heal Anxiety and Depression Stress Hormones Infections Foods Toxins   About Dr. Achina Stein Dr. Achina Stein is the author of What If It's NOT Depression? Your Guide to Finding Answers and Solutions.  She is a board-certified psychiatrist and has been in practice for 25-plus years. Propelled by her son's health crisis in 2010, she found functional medicine which resolved all his mental health problems as well as her own. She has a busy private practice called Functional Mind LLC in Riverside, RI where she sees patients for functional medicine primarily but also sees patients for psychotherapy.  She is a certified practitioner of the Institute for Functional Medicine, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and was awarded the Exemplary Psychiatrist Award by NAMI-RI in 2008.  She is a former Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.  Dr. Stein has a companion program to her book called What If It's Not Depression?, a bootcamp to provide an alternative to medication for people with chronic mild depression-like symptoms that do not respond to antidepressant medications and will be offering an SSRI tapering course soon. She enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, singing, and gardening.   In This Episode What the shift model is [8:15] Why you need to find the root causes in all parts of the Shift Model [9:00] How to know if stress is impacting you [10:00] What you need to know about the Hormone Pillar [13:00] How to help your hormone stressors [17:00] Why we need to consciously decide to go against what society does [18:45] How infections can play a role in depression [19:00] How foods can help or harm your health [23:00] How our food has changed over the last 50 years [24:00] What toxins are part of the shift model [27:00] Why you need to support your body with supplements [32:00] What information functional medicine testing provides [33:00] The benefits of a healthy brain [38:00]   Links & Resources Get $300 Off an Air Doctor with Code GRAY15 Use Code MAGNESIUM For 10% Off Magnesium eBook: How to Create Resilient Health by Dr. Stephanie Gray How Mood is Affected by Aging and Hormones with Dr. Stephanie Gray and Dr. Achina Stein What If It's Not Depression Bootcamp Find Dr. Achina Stein Online Follow Dr. Achina Stein on Instagram | YouTube Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 99: Deep Hidden Stressors With Misty Williams Episode 92: Detox Journeys With Aimee Carlson & Naomi Damask Episode 72: Heart Health 101 With Dr. Joel Kahn

    Tests Your Doctors May Not Know About Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 37:26


    There are so many functional medicine tests that your conventional doctor probably doesn't know about… or if they do, are not likely to use. When it comes to your health, functional medicine takes the guesswork out of diagnoses. Functional medicine tests for everything in question to really get to the root of your health concerns.   Tests Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Gut Inflammation Nervous System Irregularities Genetic Snips Detoxification and Toxins Thyroid Function Sexual Hormones   About Dr. Stephanie Gray Stephanie Gray, DNP, MS, ARNP, AGNP-C, ABAAHP, FAARFM, is a functional medicine provider who helps men and women build sustainable and optimal health and longevity so that they can focus on what matters most to them! She helps women in mid-life who feel like their bodies have betrayed them step back into their bodies by restoring optimal hormone levels so they can regain their sleep, figure, mood, and feel amazing once again.  Dr. Gray is known for keeping hormone replacement therapy sexy, safe, and effective. She has been working as a nurse practitioner since 2009. She completed her doctorate on estrogen metabolism from the University of Iowa in 2011. Additionally, she has a Masters in Metabolic Nutritional Medicine from the University of South Florida's Medical School.  Her expertise lies in integrative, anti-aging, and functional medicine. She is arguably one of the midwest's most credentialed female healthcare providers combining many certifications and trainings. She completed an Advanced Fellowship in Anti-Aging Regenerative and Functional Medicine in 2013. Dr. Gray became the first BioTe-certified provider in Iowa to administer hormone pellets also in 2013.  Dr. Gray has appeared on numerous podcasts, summits, and TV interviews. She is a contributor to various health publications including mindbodygreen. She is the initial author of the FNP Mastery App and an Amazon best-selling author of her book Your Longevity Blueprint. She is the host of the Your Longevity Blueprint podcast and co-founder of Your Longevity Blueprint Nutraceuticals with her husband, Eric. They enjoy spending time outdoors with their son William. They founded the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic in Hiawatha, Iowa.   In This Episode The tests you can run to detect inflammation in the gut [10:00] Who can benefit from a stool test [17:00] Why you can benefit from regular visits to a qualified chiropractor [20:30] What tests are available for your nervous system [21:00] What happens when you become aware of any genetic snips you have [27:00] Why you need to know about detox testing [33:00] Why you might still need to take supplements even if you're eating healthy [35:00] The importance of reading the labels on your supplements [37:00] The importance of understanding normal levels and optimal levels of hormones [47:00] What you need to know about optimal thyroid levels [47:00] How to correlate your menstrual symptoms using lab tests [50:00]   Links & Resources Use Code ENERGY for 10% Off Mitochondrial Complex Use Code OMEGA3S for 10% Off Omega 3s Read: Why Are We Nutritionally Deficient? How Has Our Food Lost Nutrients? Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 70: Ebv Solution With Dr. Kasia Kines Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy With Dr. Gary Donovitz Episode 25: Tips From The Ingredient Guru Mira Dessy Episode 2: Beyond The Snap, Crackle And Pop W/ Dr. Calla Jayne Kleene

    Tests Your Doctors May Not Know About Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 32:05


    There are so many functional medicine tests that your conventional doctor probably doesn't know about… or if they do, are not likely to use. When it comes to your health, functional medicine takes the guesswork out of diagnoses. Functional medicine tests for everything in question to really get to the root of your health concerns.   Tests Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Gut Inflammation Nervous System Irregularities Genetic Snips Detoxification and Toxins Thyroid Function Sexual Hormones   About Dr. Stephanie Gray Stephanie Gray, DNP, MS, ARNP, AGNP-C, ABAAHP, FAARFM, is a functional medicine provider who helps men and women build sustainable and optimal health and longevity so that they can focus on what matters most to them! She helps women in mid-life who feel like their bodies have betrayed them step back into their bodies by restoring optimal hormone levels so they can regain their sleep, figure, mood, and feel amazing once again.  Dr. Gray is known for keeping hormone replacement therapy sexy, safe, and effective. She has been working as a nurse practitioner since 2009. She completed her doctorate on estrogen metabolism from the University of Iowa in 2011. Additionally, she has a Masters in Metabolic Nutritional Medicine from the University of South Florida's Medical School.  Her expertise lies in integrative, anti-aging, and functional medicine. She is arguably one of the midwest's most credentialed female healthcare providers combining many certifications and trainings. She completed an Advanced Fellowship in Anti-Aging Regenerative and Functional Medicine in 2013. Dr. Gray became the first BioTe-certified provider in Iowa to administer hormone pellets also in 2013.  Dr. Gray has appeared on numerous podcasts, summits, and TV interviews. She is a contributor to various health publications including mindbodygreen. She is the initial author of the FNP Mastery App and an Amazon best-selling author of her book Your Longevity Blueprint. She is the host of the Your Longevity Blueprint podcast and co-founder of Your Longevity Blueprint Nutraceuticals with her husband, Eric. They enjoy spending time outdoors with their son William. They founded the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic in Hiawatha, Iowa.   In This Episode The tests you can run to detect inflammation in the gut [10:00] Who can benefit from a stool test [17:00] Why you can benefit from regular visits to a qualified chiropractor [20:30] What tests are available for your nervous system [21:00] What happens when you become aware of any genetic snips you have [27:00] Why you need to know about detox testing [33:00] Why you might still need to take supplements even if you're eating healthy [35:00] The importance of reading the labels on your supplements [37:00] The importance of understanding normal levels and optimal levels of hormones [47:00] What you need to know about optimal thyroid levels [47:00] How to correlate your menstrual symptoms using lab tests [50:00]   Links & Resources Use Code ENERGY for 10% Off Mitochondrial Complex Use Code OMEGA3S for 10% Off Omega 3s Read: Why Are We Nutritionally Deficient? How Has Our Food Lost Nutrients? Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 70: Ebv Solution With Dr. Kasia Kines Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy With Dr. Gary Donovitz Episode 25: Tips From The Ingredient Guru Mira Dessy Episode 2: Beyond The Snap, Crackle And Pop W/ Dr. Calla Jayne Kleene

    Tips to Improve Blood Sugar Control w/ Dr. Beverly Yates

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 40:59


    Diabetes is a chronic illness impacting your blood sugar that is gaining prevalence in our society. I'm joined by Dr. Beverly Yates, a naturopathic doctor specializing in diabetes and heart disease, to talk about the prevalence, myths, and how important nutrition, exercise, sleep, supplements, and community are in the treatment and prevention of diabetes.   Key Takeaways Nutrition Recommendations for People with Diabetes Leafy Green Vegetables Lean Protein Healthy Fats (nuts & seeds, olive oil, coconut oil) Complex Carbohydrates   About Dr. Beverly Yates Dr. Beverly Yates is a licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine who used her background in MIT Electrical Engineering and work as a Systems Engineer to create the Yates Protocol, an effective program for people who have diabetes to live the life they love.  Dr. Yates is on a mission to help 3 million people heal from type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. Dr. Yates is an internationally recognized speaker and expert in the fields of diabetes and heart disease.  She is the published author of Heart Health for Black Women: A Natural Approach to Healing and Preventing Heart Disease, and co-author of multiple books, including with Jack Canfield, The Soul of Success, Vol. 2.  Dr. Yates has featured in numerous media outlets.   In This Episode What environmental issues might contribute to blood sugar-related conditions [6:00] What Type 2 Diabetes is [8:00] The number one myth about diabetes [9:45] Why community is so important when you have a chronic illness [13:00] What's wrong with the myth “eat less, move more” [14:45] The role of nutrition in diabetes management [16:00] The importance of testing, not guessing, especially when you're determining which foods spike your blood sugar [16:30] How to use a continuous glucose monitor [19:45] Why people with low blood sugar need to consider snacking [22:00] General food and nutrition recommendations for people with diabetes [22:30] The importance of strength training [26:00] Why sleep is so important when you have diabetes [27:15] How to improve your sleep [31:00]  Some of the top supplements for people with diabetes [34:00]   Links & Resources Use Code BERBERINE for 10% Off Berberine Use Code OMEGA3S for 10% Off Omega 3s Free Gift: What Everybody Needs to Know About Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes Diabetes Transformation Summit Continuous Glucose Monitors: Tips, Insights, and FAQs eGuide Type 2 Diabetes: Tips to Balance Blood Sugar Naturally eBook    Find Dr. Beverly Yates Online Follow Dr. Beverly Yates on Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | LinkedIn   Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online      Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Sos For Pcos Part 1 With Dr. Felice Gersh Weight Loss Resistance Solutions With Jj Virgin Gut Aging Connection Dr. Vincent Pedre

    Greatest Hits: How to Create Immune Resilience in Your Kids with Dr. Elisa Song

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 61:10


    Creating resilient kids is such an important part of being a parent. We should all strive to help our kids be more physically, mentally, and emotionally resilient; part of this is ensuring their immune system is resilient. I'm joined by Dr. Elisa Song to talk about how we can build up our kid's immune systems through diet and lifestyle.   You Can Strengthen the Vagus Nerve By: Learning and Using Breathing Techniques Mindfulness and Meditation EFT Tapping Yoga Belly Breathing   Try the Loving Kindness Meditation Yourself May you feel safe. May you feel happy. May you feel healthy. May you live with ease.   About Dr. Elisa Song Dr. Elisa Song is an integrative pediatrician, pediatric functional medicine expert, and mama. In her integrative pediatric practice, Whole Family Wellness she's helped 1000s of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and helped their parents understand how to help their children thrive – body, mind, and spirit – by integrating conventional pediatrics with functional medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, herbal medicine, and essential oils.  Dr. Song created Healthy Kids Happy Kids as an online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners and parents bridge the gap between conventional and integrative pediatrics with an evidence-based, pediatrician-backed approach.   Vitamin D is an essential supplement to take all year round, but especially coming into the darker months. When is the last time you had your Vitamin D levels checked? Call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033.   In This Episode Some of the symptoms of COVID-19 in children [7:30] What we need to know about immune resilience [15:45] The power of the mind-gut connection [18:30] How to balance your sugar consumption with whole foods [21:30] The most important supplements to improve your health [23:00] How much Vitamin D should your children have [26:30] The important role of inflammation [33:00] What the Cell Danger Response is [43:30] How parents can help their children strengthen the Vagus Nerve [47:00] Why the diet and lifestyle piece is even more important than the supplement piece [51:45] What to do when your child has a fever [52:00]   Links & Resources Use Code IMMUNESUPPORT for 10% Off Use Code VITAMIND for 10% Off Coronavirus (COVID-19): What a Pediatrician Wants You to Know FREE Ebook: “The Top 5 Mistakes Parents Make When Their Child Has a Fever” Food As Medicine for Immune Support  Find Dr. Elisa Song Online Follow Dr. Elisa Song on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes Episode 57: 5 Keys To Raising Healthy Kids With Dr. Brian Stenzler Episode 63: Childhood Trauma Healing With Dr. Aimie Apigian Episode 62: Trailblazing Children's Mental Health With Dr. Roseann Capanna Hodge

    Greatest Hits: 9 Keys to Optimal Health with Dr. Jim Lavalle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 57:54


    From reducing household toxin levels to increasing organic fruits and veggies, there are nine keys to optimal health. I'm joined by Dr. Jim LaValle, an integrative practitioner specializing in drug and nutrient depletion, to talk about improving our health from a metabolic level.   How to Get the Most from Your Food Pick the best food you can Chew slowly and thoroughly  Cook your food in safer ways   About Dr. Jim LaValle Dr. Jim LaValle is best known for his expertise in personalized integrative therapies uncovering the underlying metabolic issues that keep people from feeling healthy and vital. A thought leader in drug/nutrient depletion issues he has published 4 books and 3 databases in this area alone. As such he has over 35 years' experience integrating natural and integrative therapies into various medical and business models. His latest research is in drug-induced microbiome disruption.  He is the founder of Metabolic Code Enterprises, Inc., which has launched the cloud-based Metabolic Code which helps practitioners and consumers identity their metabotype through labs, subjective surveys, evaluation of drug-induced nutrient depletion, and biometrics.  Dr. LaValle also founded Integrative Health Resources, which is focused on natural products industry consulting. As a practitioner for over 35 years, James has been recognized as an industry leader, receiving the prestigious Natural Products Association Clinician of the Year Award in 2011 for furthering the advancement of Integrative Medicine in the United States.  He was named one of the “50 Most Influential Pharmacists” by American Druggist magazine and was one of only nine Americans selected to serve under Senator Harkin to participate in the inaugural Dietary Supplement Education Alliance & Dietary Supplement Information Bureau. Jim is a favorite interviewee for the media related to natural care and has done well over 1000 media appearances on T.V. and radio. Other Industry Highlights include a venture in 2010 with Life Time Fitness, the largest publicly traded fitness company in the US (NASDAQ: LTM), providing nutrition and metabolism expertise and developing Life Time's national nutrition education, protocol design, and product development initiatives related to weight loss and prevention. This entailed educating close to 2700 fitness trainers, 20 dieticians and reaching some 1.2 million Life Time fitness members.  LaValle also served as the nutrition correspondent for Body Shaping, the number one fitness show on ESPN II in the late 1990s. Jim has been a lead consultant with companies such as Bayer, CVS, Rite Aid, P&G, Helsin, Thorn Research amongst others.   Quotes “If we just focus on the one person sitting in front of your to change their life, it can go to millions of lives.” [7:05] “The number one cause of plaquing of your arteries is actually inappropriate glucose response after a meal.” [10:32] “If people are deficient in nutrients, their liver can't perform what it's supposed to perform.” [25:33] “The big thing is to oxygenate or die. We need to get that air in us. We need to utilize oxygen. If you're inactive and sitting a lot, get out there and walk.” [48:43] “Create choices that allow for a lifestyle and not out of restriction. When we restrict and limit things, we typically want to break out of the box we've created for ourselves. So why not create things that are based on your free will and empowerment.” [54:11]   In This Episode What happens when your adrenals come under stress [9:15] The top supplements for adrenal and thyroid health [12:45] Why we need to make sure we're eating a variety of nutrients every day [25:00] The problem with acidic urine [27:30] How to reduce household toxins [30:00] Why it's important for us to raise our oxygen levels [48:30]   Links & Resources Use Code BERBERINE for 10% Off Read The Magnificence Of Magnesium and Use Code MAGNESIUM for 10% Off Find Dr. Jim LaValle Online Follow Dr. Jim LaValle on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes Episode 67: A Different Kind Of Healing With Dr. Shiroko Sokitch Episode 64: Heal Your Emotional Eating With Tricia Nelson Episode 58: Living Intentionally With The Fat Burning Man Abel James

    Greatest Hits: Thyroid Health 101 with Dr. Amie Hornamen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 47:04


    Optimizing your thyroid health has incredible benefits for your overall health, wellness, and longevity. I'm joined by Dr. Amie Hornaman, also known as The Thyroid-Fixer, to talk about the symptoms associated with thyroid immunity. She talks us through the tests your doctor should request, what the optimal thyroid hormone levels are, and how you can start healing your thyroid through diet and supplements.   Symptoms of Thyroid Dysfunction Weight gain and an inability to lose weight no matter what you do or what you try Brain fog, anxiety, and depression Constipation Low energy Hair falling out Low libido Inflamed joints   About Dr. Amie Hornaman Dr. Amie Hornaman, a.k.a The Thyroid-Fixer,  is a woman on a mission to optimize thyroid patients around the world and give them their lives back using her proprietary transformational program: The FIX Method. After her own experience of insufferable symptoms, misdiagnoses, and improper treatment, Dr. Amie set out to help others who she KNEW were going through the same set of frustrations and who were on the same medical roller coaster.  She grabs your hand, gives you answers about your health that no one has told you, and gives you the actual tools and personalized treatment to fix you. What makes her program unique is the extra support and accessibility that you can't find anywhere else. That's the transformational journey.  With a focus on optimizing thyroid and hormone function and thus optimizing her patients, Dr. Amie looks at you as a unique individual and not JUST a lab value. She examines all factors that tie into thyroid dysfunction and thyroid symptoms and FIXES you to give you your life back.   In This Episode How important the thyroid is for your longevity [6:00] Some of the symptoms of thyroid dysfunction [8:00] Why do so many people go so long without a thyroid dysfunction diagnosis [9:00] What thyroid function tests your doctor should perform [9:30] The optimal ranges of TSH, T3, and T4 hormones [14:15] Some of the causes of elevated Reverse T3 [24:30] How to lower your thyroid antibodies [27:15] How gluten negatively affects your autoimmunity [28:00] How food and supplements can impact your autoimmunity [32:00] The benefits of low-carb eating [35:30]   Links & Resources Use Code MAGNESIUM for 10% Off Magnesium Use Code BERBERINE for 10% Off Berberine Support Listen to the Thyroid Fixer Podcast Get Your Free Lab & Symptom Checklist Find Dr. Amie Hornaman Online Follow Dr. Amie Hornaman on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy With Dr. Gary Donovitz Episode 53: Keto Green Approach To Hormones With Dr. Anna Cabeca Episode 84: Ketogenic Hacks With Dr. Lisa Olszewski

    Greatest Hits: Heart Health 101 with Dr. Joel Kahn

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 45:52


    Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Leading cardiologist, Dr. Joel Kahn, talks about how to reduce your risk of heart disease by changing your lifestyle. Eating a majority plant-based diet, stopping smoking, and getting enough sleep are key factors in heart health.   Best Supplements for Optimal Heart Health Vitamin D CoQ10 Magnesium Melatonin Berberine   About Dr. Joel Kahn Dr. Joel Kahn is a practicing cardiologist in Detroit, Michigan, and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Michigan Medical School. Known as "America's Healthy Heart Doc", Dr. Kahn has triple board certifications in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine, and Interventional Cardiology. He was the first physician in the world to certify in Metabolic Cardiology with A4M/MMI and the University of South Florida. He founded the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity in Bingham Farms, MI.   In This Episode How serious heart disease is [4:00] How to prevent heart disease [5:30] How we should be eating for heart disease prevention [8:30] Why we should reduce our consumption of animal products [10:30] What nutrient deficiencies someone on a plant-based diet might have [19:30] The top nutrients for optimal heart health [21:30] Sources of cholesterol on a plant-based diet [29:00] What percentage of your diet should be plant-based [30:00] What blood tests indicate heart disease [36:00]   Links & Resources Use Code BERBERINE for 10% Off Berberine Support Use Code MAGNESIUM for 10% Off Magnesium Find Dr. Joel Kahn Online Find the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity Online Follow Dr. Joel Kahn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes Episode 69: Pluck Seasoning With James Barry Episode 67: A Different Kind Of Healing With Dr. Shiroko Sokitch Episode 11: Intermittent Fasting Truths With Cynthia Thurlow

    Top 2022 Longevity Tips Part I

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 19:48


    Let's look back at all the top tips from our wealth of experts. In this episode, our experts share how sleep is one of the most essential things you can do for your body. Deep belly breathing, regular exercise, and practicing gratitude will also help your longevity. It's also so helpful to measure and monitor your body so you can improve your stats and health! Finally, our experts talk about how your mindset will benefit so many areas of your health.   The Biggest Top Tips for Function Health and Longevity Sleep is essential. Track your sleep, if you have to, to really understand and improve your own unique rhythms. Consider fasting and detoxing. Eliminating toxins from your life, your surroundings, and your food will improve every aspect of your health.  Practice gratitude and live in a state of gratitude. Your mindset and emotions set the tone of how you approach life.   Top Longevity Tip #1 Center your mind and practice your mind-body medicine. Engage your Vagus Nerve to promote your health, well-being, and longevity. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Elisa Song here.   Top Longevity Tip #2 Practice fasting! Fasting helps detoxify your liver faster and helps with SIBO symptoms. Fasting and exercise are amazing for what they do. You need to rest your GI tract to massively impact your liver's job while you're sleeping. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Aaron Hartman here.   Top Longevity Tip #3 Avoid sugar and play lots of sports! Movement helps you sleep!  Listen to the full episode with Jake Steiner here.   Top Longevity Tip #4 Add mushrooms to your diet. They're the missing link in your diet. Eat mushrooms, especially shiitake as they're delicious! Eating mushrooms will help you live longer. Listen to the full episode with Jeff Chilton here.   Top Longevity Tip #5 Monitor your sleep and health with technology. Aura Rings, Apple Watches, FitBits, etc can all help you track your sleep patterns and habits. And we all know how important sleep is for your health and longevity. Listen to the full episode with JJ Virgin here.   Top Longevity Tip #6 Follow the food quadrant and stop dieting and overexercising. This will help balance your body out, destress your body, and you'll lose weight! Plus, this helps promote your body's anti-aging abilities. Listen to the full episode with Stu Schaefer here.   Top Longevity Tip #7 Sleep and rest. You owe yourself nothing more than rest when your body needs it. It's the best gift you can give your body. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Debbie Bright here.   Top Longevity Tip #8 Practice gratitude every day! Start every day in a grateful state, even when you're surrounded by stress. Gratitude sets your tone and vibration on how you approach everything, even your health. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Lisa Olszewski here.   Top Longevity Tip #9 Reduce your toxic load, support your organs of elimination, and make sure you consume the essential nutrients so your body can do its job. Listen to Part One episode with Dr. Marlene Siegel here. Listen to Part Two episode with Dr. Marlene Siegel here. Top Longevity Tip #10 Speak and live your truth. There's so much divisiveness and we hold in a lot. Conversations are healthy and productive, so speak your truth. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Alan Christianson here.   Top Longevity Tip #11 Keep your insulin low. Insulin creates plaque in the brain and feeds cancer cells. When you're talking about longevity, keep your insulin low. You have a much better chance of avoiding those neurological aging diseases and cancer. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Amie Hornaman here.   Top Longevity Tip #12 Detox your body! You are a part of your environment, not separate from it, so consider the source of everything that you bring into your life and your body. The number one thing we can do is choose the quality of your products! There are really small changes you can make that can improve your longevity. Listen to Part One episode with Sinclair Kennally here. Listen to Part Two episode with Sinclair Kennally here. Top Longevity Tip #13 Spend more time outside! Listen to the full episode with Dr. Gus Vickery here.   Top Longevity Tip #14 Drink lots of clean water. Get a good house filtration system or at least get a filter for your shower. Listen to the full episode with Aimee Carlson & Naomi Damask here.   Top Longevity Tip #15 Sleep! Sleep is a simple biohack. Getting outside early in the morning, grounding ourselves, and really working with our natural circadian rhythm are really beneficial. Listen to the full episode with Aimee Carlson & Naomi Damask here.   Top Longevity Tip #16 Drink hydrogen water. It neutralizes free radicals and turns on your antioxidants. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Bob Miller here.   Top Longevity Tip #17 Your mindset is important. If you don't have a healthy mindset and a healthy mind, you won't be able to live life to the fullest or live as long. Protect your vibe and your energy. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Cody Kriegal here.   Top Longevity Tip #18 Breathing, sleeping, and having sex! Listen to the full episode with Dr. Sharon Stills here.   Top Longevity Tip #19 Carve out time every day that is just for something you truly love. When you spend time doing something you really love, and you expand on that feeling of love, it triggers a release of oxytocin, the antidote to high cortisol. It helps calm your whole system.  Listen to the full episode with Dr. Vincent Pedre here.   Top Longevity Tip #20 Feed your body, brain, and gut with foods that will make you thrive. Diet is the foundation of health. Listen to the full episode with Katie Kimball here.   Top Longevity Tip #21 Eat a variety of plant foods. Listen to the full episode with Dana Kay here.   Top Longevity Tip #22 Sleep! When you sleep, you heal. When you get enough sleep, your body is able to completely restore and rejuvenate. If you're not sleeping, you're not healing. It's the most important dimension of healing for all of us to figure out! Listen to the full episode with Misty Williams here.   Top Longevity Tip #23 Healthy air and healthy water. Install a healthy air purifying system wherever you spend the most time. Get a filtration system for your water!  Listen to the full episode with Stephanie Grutz here.   Top Longevity Tip #24 Sleep! Sleep is the best way to increase your longevity. Above all else, get good sleep! Listen to the full episode with Dr. Aumatma Simmons here.   What top tip will you adopt first? Start with one and see how your quality of life improves. For everything else, call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033.   Links & Resources Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes Episode 27: Top 20 Longevity Tips From 2020 Episode 56: Top 2021 Longevity Tips Part I Episode 75: Top 2021 Longevity Tips Part 2

    Fast Track Your Fertility (Even Over 35) with Dr. Aumatma Simmons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 64:33


    Dr. Aumatma Simmons is on a mission to help women birth healthier babies, which will, in turn, help us have a healthier planet. Everything is connected and your fertility does not have to suffer - even if you're over 35. We're talking about that interconnectedness, toxins that impact both our bodies and the planet, and how to actually have healthier babies.   The Biggest Fertility Myths Fertility drops off at age 35 Hormonal health issues, like Endometriosis and PCOS, make it impossible to have kids Diet and supplements don't matter   About Dr. Aumatma Simmons Dr. Aumatma Simmons is a double board-certified Naturopathic Doctor & Endocrinologist, in practice for close to 15 years.  She specializes in fertility and is the best-selling author of two books: "Fertility Secrets: What Your Doctor Didn't Tell You About Baby-Making” and “(In)Fertility: Struggles, Secrets, & Successes.”  Dr. Aumatma was awarded the “Best Naturopathic Medicine Doctor″ locally in 2015 & 2020 and was recognized as a top “Women In Medicine” Doctor in 2020 & 2021.  In addition to supporting couples through individualized care in person and long-distance, Dr. Aumatma also trains practitioners who want to specialize in fertility. She has been featured as the holistic fertility expert on ABC, FOX, CBS, KTLA, MindBodyGreen, and The Bump, along with being interviewed for countless podcasts on topics of fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum health.   In This Episode How healthier babies can contribute to a healthier planet [7:00] How much of a decline in fertility happens after age 35 [9:15] How toxins contribute to your fertility [13:30] Why more women switch to a menstrual cup [16:00] How chemicals impact your hormones [21:00] Why men shouldn't supplement melatonin [29:00] How to support your aging ovaries [31:00] The lab tests you need to understand your own fertility [40:30] Why you need to look at other aspects of fertility than your age [54:00]   Links & Resources Use Code ENERGY for 10% Off Mitochondrial Complex Use Code COQ10 for 10% off CoQ10 Get the Divas Detox Guide for Free Find Dr. Aumatma Simmons Online Follow Dr. Aumatma Simmons on Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 52: Functional Gynecology With Dr. Tabatha Barber Episode 53: Keto Green Approach To Hormones With Dr. Anna Cabeca Episode 54: Sos For Pcos Part 1 With Dr. Felice Gersh Episode 55: Sos For Pcos Part 2 With Dr. Felice Gersh

    A Functional Medicine Approach to Inflammatory Bowel Disease with Stephanie Grutz

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 39:09


    Crohn's and Colitis are autoimmune diseases that impact every aspect of your life. Unfortunately, conventional treatments can have as many long-term side effects as the disease itself. Stephanie Grutz, a nurse practitioner specializing in Crohn's disease, joins me to talk about her own experience as someone with Crohn's and how taking an integrative healthcare approach to managing her disease transformed her life and helped her take her power back.   Move Your Lymph System by: Deep breathing exercises Practice yoga Dry brushing daily Wear compression stockings Walk often   About Stephanie Grutz Stephanie Grutz is a board-certified family nurse practitioner, certified in integrative medicine who also specializes in IV nutritional therapy.  She has a passion for providing her patients with integrative healthcare services and teaching other practitioners alternative ways to approach health & wellness!   In This Episode A description of Crohn's and Colitis diseases [3:30] What the conventional approach to inflammatory bowel disease is [5:00] Why immune-suppressing drugs may lead to serious health concerns later in life [7:00] How your diet can influence inflammation in your body [8:30] What lymphatic drainage therapy is [13:30] Why it's essential to move your lymph system [14:00] How to incorporate IV therapy into your healing process [18:30] What it's like getting a fecal transplant [24:00] The role of enemas for IBD and IBS [32:00]   Links & Resources Get $300 off the Air Doctor using code GRAY15 Get 10% Off Gut Shield with Code HEALGUT Get 10% Off GI support with Code HEALGUT Free Webinar Find Stephanie Grutz Online Follow Stephanie Grutz on Instagram Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 96: Gut Aging Connection Dr. Vincent Pedre Episode 30: Soma Breathing For Longevity With Jen Broyles Episode 31: Gut/Brain Connection With Dr. Lauryn Lax

    Deep Hidden Stressors with Misty Williams

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 52:39


    Endometriosis is a very serious and painful illness impacting women's lives, but it's still underdiagnosed and largely under-researched by doctors. Misty Williams joins me to talk about her own health journey with endometriosis, what she's learned navigating this illness, and how she became a persistent advocate for her own health. Misty also helps other women become persistent advocates for themselves!   Symptoms of Endometriosis Prolonged, Heavy Periods Extremely Painful Cramps Weight Gain Fatigue Brain Fog Epstein-Barr Virus Sleep Issues   About Misty Williams Misty Williams spent years struggling to reclaim her health and vitality after a brain fog and fatigue tailspin from life-threatening complications from surgery to remove an ovarian cyst.  Afterward, her doctor told her she had endometriosis. The only remedies were drugs and surgery, her labs were “normal,” and she could “google” to learn more about what was happening to her body. At 35 years old, Misty started fighting for her quality of life, enduring many more challenges on her road to healing, including an unexplained 45-lb weight gain, debilitating brain fog, fatigue, hypothyroidism, and premature ovarian failure.  She founded HealingRosie.com to provide high-performing women with the resources and community to successfully confront the unexpected chronic health issues that women often experienced as they age.   In This Episode The importance of advocating for yourself [9:00] What you need to know about prolonged heavy periods and extremely painful cramps [12:00] What can possibly lead to endometriosis [14:30] How toxin overload can lead to premature ovarian failure [18:00] Why you need to improve your sleep schedule if you have hormone issues [24:00] Why it's easier for some women to heal [25:45] Why more and more people are getting sick and the importance of reducing our toxic burden [35:00] How chronic illness connects to not being in control of your life [37:30] The importance of your own persistence [44:00]   Links & Resources Use Code CALM for 10% Off Adrenal Calm Use Code GLUTATHIONE for 10% Off Glutathione Radical Healing: Detox Your Stress and Stressors  Learn More About Alison Armstrong Find Misty Williams Online Follow Misty Williams on Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | YouTube Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 92: Detox Journeys With Aimee Carlson & Naomi Damask Episode 89: Toxins Part I With Sinclair Kennally Episode 54: Sos For Pcos Part 1 With Dr. Felice Gersh

    Hope for Childhood ADHD with Dana Kay

    Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 44:06


    ADHD is one of the most common types of neurodivergence in children. Unfortunately, it's also one of the most heavily medicated from an early age. My guest, Dana Kay, joins me to talk about how she reduced her child's ADHD medication, improved his diet by removing inflammatory foods, and helps other families thrive with ADHD.   Common Side Effects of ADHD Medication Loss of appetite Inability to sleep Comedown effects like worse tantrums Anxiety Weight loss and growth stunting   About Dana Kay Dana Kay is a Board-Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and the founder of the ADHD Thrive Institute and The ADHD Thrive Method 4 Kids program. As a mother of a child with ADHD, she knows firsthand the struggles that come with parenting a neurodiverse child. She also knows the freedom that is possible once parents learn to reduce ADHD symptoms.  Dana has been featured in Forbes, Authority Magazine, Medium, Influencive, Thrive Global, and various others. She has also been a guest on multiple parenting and ADHD summits and podcasts.  Her mission is to help families reduce ADHD symptoms naturally so that children with ADHD can thrive at home, at school, and in life.   In This Episode The limitations and side effects of treating ADHD with medication [5:00] The common side effects of ADHD stimulating medication [5:45] How the standard American diet can contribute to ADHD [8:30] What happens when you implement a low inflammatory diet [9:30]  Why eating inflammatory foods impacts neurotransmitters and contributes to ADHD [12:00] What happens when you remove the trigger foods from your child's diet [14:00] Where inflammatory foods like gluten, dairy, and soy are in the diet [20:00] Some examples of anti-inflammatory and kid-friendly meals [25:00] How to start making healthier changes to your diet [30:00] What supplements to consider [34:00]   Links & Resources Use Code HEALGUT for 10% Off Gut Shield  Use Code HEALGUT for 10% Off GI Support  Use Code OMEGA3S for 10% off Omega 3 6 Day Slow Cooker Meal Plan Free Gift Find Dana Kay Online Follow Dana Kay on Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest | YouTube | Facebook Group Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 76: How To Create Immune Resilience In Your Kids With Dr. Elisa Song Episode 96: Gut Aging Connection Dr. Vincent Pedre Episode 63: Childhood Trauma Healing With Dr. Aimie Apigian

    Get Your Kiddos in the Kitchen! with Katie Kimball

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 53:42


    There's no point in avoiding it: kids' meals these days are not healthy! They're full of ultra-processed ingredients that are not nutritionally balanced to give our kids what they need to grow healthy and strong. Katie Kimball joins me to talk about how to get your kids to eat healthier, even when they're picky, and the importance of getting them into the kitchen to start cooking for themselves.   Get Kids in the Kitchen by Developing skills over recipes Not bringing them in to help right before mealtime until they have the skills Encouraging their contribution to the meal   About Katie Kimball Katie Kimball is the national voice of healthy kids cooking. She is a blogger, TEDx speaker, former teacher, and mom of 4 kids who founded the Kids Cook Real Food eCourse, recommended by The Wall Street Journal in 2020 as the best online cooking class for kids.  Her blog, Kitchen Stewardship, helps families stay healthy without going crazy, and she's on a mission to connect families around healthy food, raise critical thinking skills using the lab of curiosity that is the kitchen, and grow the Kids' Meal Revolution where every child learns to cook.   In This Episode The problem with kid's meals today [5:15] What we need to do to improve kid's meals [7:30] How to prevent your kids from becoming picky eaters [12:15] The problem with baby-led weaning [20:00] Why introducing a variety of foods is so important [28:00] The benefits of teaching your kids in the kitchen [36:00] When to start including your kids in the kitchen [38:15] Why it's so important to learn together in the kitchen if you, as a parent, don't know how to cook [21:45] How to encourage older kids to take ownership of their health and nutrition [42:30]   Links & Resources Use Code CALM for 10% Off Adrenal Calm Use Code OMEGATHREES for 10% Off Omega 3 FREE Knife Skills and Safety Technique Class FREE Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Meals Find Katie Kimball Online Find Kitchen Stewardship Online & Facebook Follow Katie Kimball on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Pinterest Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 62: Trailblazing Children's Mental Health With Dr. Roseann Capanna Hodge Episode 76: How To Create Immune Resilience In Your Kids With Dr. Elisa Song Episode 63: Childhood Trauma Healing With Dr. Aimie Apigian

    Gut Aging Connection Dr. Vincent Pedre

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 55:28


    Your gut health has a direct impact on your other long-term health conditions, including your mental health! I'm joined by gut health specialist, Dr. Vincent Pedre, to talk about how you can improve your gut health in 10 easy steps. We also talk about the future of mental health treatment, why you need to stimulate your vagus nerve, and what happens when you live in a multigenerational environment.   Easy Things to Do Today to Start Improving Your Gut Health Reduce your stress levels by breathing better Meditate regularly Eat more fermented foods - but introduce them slowly Increase your fiber intake Eat more broth  Take L-Glutamine   About Dr. Vincent Pedre Dr. Vincent Pedre is the Medical Director of Pedre Integrative Health and Founder of Dr. Pedre Wellness, nutraceutical consultant for NatureMD and Orthomolecular Products, CEO of Happy Gut Life LLC, and a Functional Medicine-Certified Practitioner in private practice in New York City since 2004.  He believes the gut is the gateway to excellent wellness. As the bestselling author of “HAPPY GUT®️—The Cleansing Program To Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy and Eliminate Pain,” featuring his proprietary ‘blueprint' for healing the gut, the Gut C.A.R.E.®️ Program—he has helped thousands around the world resolve their gut-related health issues.   In This Episode The differences between leaky gut, SIBO, and yeast overgrowth [11:00] How leaky gut impacts chronic illness [16:15] What you need to know about the microbiome and aging [21:15] The benefits of living in a multigenerational household [27:00] The impact of intermittent fasting on gut health and longevity [28:45] How improving your gut health can improve your mental health [34:45] What the future of mental health treatment might look like [40:00] What happens when you meditate [42:15]   Links & Resources Use Code HEALGUT 10% Off Gut Shield Use Code HEALGUT for 10% Off GI support Use Code IGG for 10% off SB IGG  Free Gift: Top 10 Tips for a Healthy, Happy Gut Find Dr. Vincent Pedre Online Follow Dr. Vincent Pedre on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 43: Liver Cleansing With Steven Dake Episode 47: Improving Parasympathetic Tone For The Ans With Dr. Tim Jackson Episode 71: 9 Keys To Optimal Health With Dr. Jim Lavalle

    European Biological Medicine with Dr. Sharon Stills

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 48:57


    Your lymphatic system could hold the key to your health. It's an absolutely vital component of your longevity and vitality, but your lymphatic system is so often overlooked. I'm joined by Dr. Sharon Stills, a naturopathic medical doctor specializing in European Biological Medicine, to talk about our lymphatic systems, celebrating menopause, and healing your mouth.   Signs of a Slow Lymphatic System Puffy skin Cellulite Constantly sick Bloated  Fatigue Weight gain   About Dr. Sharon Stills Dr. Sharon Stills is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor who helps perimenopausal and menopausal women to pause and evaluate life so they can live the second act of their story stronger, healthier, and sexier while aging backward.  Using her 20+ years of experience and extensive training and background in European Biological Medicine, anti-aging therapies, and Bio-identical Hormone Replacement, she has successfully helped thousands of women transition gently through the different stages of their lives with all-natural methods.  Dr. Stills is passionate about spreading the word about her signature RED Hot Sexy Meno(pause) Program – the philosophy she developed for you to Reinvent your Health, Explore your Spirit, and Discover YOUR Sexy so that you, too, can create and live the life you desire and deserve!  She founded and ran one of the largest and most successful naturopathic clinics in the country for a decade and is the host of The Science Of Self Healing podcast. She is an expert physician for Women's Health Network and she educates other physicians as the Co-Lead North American lecturer for the Paracelsus Academy in Switzerland.  Patients work with Dr. Stills in a variety of ways: through telemedicine consults and her life-changing retreats for individuals or small groups in healing and rejuvenating locations around the world. Some patients will even fly out to see her or fly her in just to get the chance to work with her one on one.   In This Episode How European Biological Medicine differs from American Naturopathic Medicine [6:30] What you need to know about Sanum Remedies [8:30] Why you need to get your metal amalgam fillings safely removed [14:15] The relationship between dentistry and other health concerns [16:00] How your scars can hold trauma and emotion [20:30] How your lymph system works to keep you healthy [23:00] Why you need to address your lymphatic system [27:30] How to get your lymphatic system moving [29:30] How meditation and breathwork can help you through menopause [32:00] How to use menopause to reevaluate where you are and where you're going in life [33:30] What happens when you celebrate going through menopause [36:00] The role of bioidentical hormones in menopause [38:30]   Links & Resources Use Code CALM for 10% off Adrenal Calm Use Code GLUTATHIONE for 10% Off Glutathione 5 Myths About Menopause eBook Find Dr. Sharon Stills Online Follow Dr. Sharon Stills on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online    Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative    Related Episodes  Episode 45: Castor Oil Packs With Dr. Marisol Teijeiro Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy With Dr. Gary Donovitz Episode 18: Healthy Mouth Healthy Body With Dr. Ben Pospisil

    Biologic Dentistry with Dr. Cody Kriegel

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 41:06


    Your traditional dental work may be ha