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Are You Menstrual?
Copper Deep Dive

Are You Menstrual?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 74:59


I have another deep dive episode for you! In this episode, we are focusing on copper. I have a podcast episode that I did in season one that's all about the connection between copper and iron, but copper deserves its own episode. I will also do a separate deep dive on iron in season 4 of the podcast next year where I will be doing all deep dives for one season. Just a reminder before we jump into today's episode. This podcast is for informational purposes only. I will be mentioning some lab values, foods, and supplements surrounding copper, but it's important you talk about any changes you're considering with your medical provider. Resources:Free Training: Optimizing Hormone Health with Mineral Balance: https://bit.ly/3iwRDMk Mineral Imbalance Quiz: https://bit.ly/3ycEn4h Strands of Health by Rick Malter, Ph.D.The Mineral Fix by Dr. James DiNicolantonioMetabolic Type Podcast Episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/understanding-metabolic-type-on-an-htma/id1568547321?i=1000527836892 Free Thyroid Training: https://bit.ly/3uDbDBi The Connection Between Copper and Iron episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-connection-between-copper-iron/id1568547321?i=1000528570432 Adrenal cocktail blog: https://www.hormonehealingrd.com/blog/adrenal-cocktail-recipes Scientific Studies:Metallothionein: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12022471/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11803037/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/14627437/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4942874/ Excess copper/exposure:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15621934/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2626984/https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.3181/00379727-92-22512 https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12011-009-8475-xhttps://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4612-5829-2_3https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10383875/ Copper water bottles/pots/pans:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312355/ Copper deficiency:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15762288/ 

MCHD Paramedic Podcast
Episode 143: Adrenal Crisis in EMS

MCHD Paramedic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 34:08


When it comes to exciting educational topics in EMS, oftentimes, the endocrine system, specifically the adrenal glands, can be left off the list. Dr. Patrick is joined by one of our local emergency/trauma nurses, Melanie Gander, to discuss her journey as a parent of a child with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. We'll review basic adrenal physiology and discuss the caveats on how to recognize and treat adrenal crises in the field. REFERENCES 1. https://united4rare.org/ 2. https://caresfoundation.org/ 3. https://www.magicfoundation.org/Growth-Disorders/Congenital-Adrenal-Hyperplasia/

Alter Your Health
#350 | WW - Address Stress at its Source for Adrenal Healing

Alter Your Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 27:31


Rather than better managing stress, wouldn't you prefer to better understand the source of stress?It sure can feel like stress is all-encompassing and omnipresent - something that we could never escape from.However, when we understand the true source of stress we can instantly see how close we are to peace.Addressing Stress at its Source is far and away the best thing that you can do to support your adrenal glands in healing and balancing, which in turn supports the body's healing and regeneration at large.In Medicinal Monday (episode #349) we talked about some of the physiologic sources of stress that can disrupt our circadian rhythm including. We must also consider chronic infections, nutritional deficiencies, environmental toxicities, and general connection with nature as sources of stress.The vast majority of Stress, however, cannot be found in physical world reality. Most of the stress we afflict on ourselves is internally generated through innocent misuse of thinking.In today's Wisdom Wednesday, we look towards the ultimate source of stress which is not to be found in relationship issues, work disputes, financial strain, politics, or anything else outside of yourself. The ultimate source of stress is your thinking, i.e. the perception you hold of yourself, others, and the world.Some highlights from today's WW episode on Adrenals and STRESS...How the adrenals are designed to be attuned to stress and why staying sensitive to stress is keyWhy the body doesn't discriminate between physiologic and psychological stress and where we can find the source of stressThe importance of understanding where stress comes from (hint: not outside circumstances!)The universal laws of awareness and perception creating reality and the power we hold in relating to Self and thinking Why "stressful experiences" don't need to cause chronic physiologic stress and how stressful thinking becomes counterproductiveLinks to some more good stuff- Get weekly Meal Guides: https://www.alter.health/meal-guides- Stay connected on Telegram: https://t.me/alterhealth - Cleanse with Us during the next Alter Health Cleanse: https://www.alter.health/cleanse- Work with us in the Thrive on Plants program: https://www.alter.health/thrive-on-plants- ATTN Health Practitioners! Learn more and apply to the Plant Based Mind Body Practitioner Program: https://www.alter.health/pbmb-practitionerPeace and Love.

Get Pregnant Naturally
How to Address Hyperthyroidism or Graves' to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes with Dr. Eric Osansky

Get Pregnant Naturally

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 55:41


We're digging into the hyperactive thyroid and Graves' disease and what this means when TTC. One of the main themes we see with low AMH and or high FSH is thyroid dysfunction. You may have been told your TSH is normal, but no one has run a full thyroid panel. Or you are currently taking thyroid medication, but you had no idea there were targeted lifestyle changes you need to make alongside the medication to improve its efficacy. An optimal thyroid is essential for a successful pregnancy. And both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism can impact ovulation. We commonly see Hashimoto's with low AMH/high FSH and now we are seeing Graves' too. Before you are dismissed and told that everything is normal, don't take no for an answer. Medical gaslighting is real and we see this ALL the time with thyroid health. Let's learn more about hyperthyroidism and Graves' and their impact on fertility.   In this episode, you'll learn: 1) Why it is important to balance the thyroid when you are TTC 2) The difference between hyperthyroid and hypothyroid and how they impact fertility - What is Graves disease? 3) Role of reverse T3 and why you don't want this marker to be too high 4) Adrenal function and the link between stress and thyroid health 5) The link between mineral imbalance and thyroid health (i.e. iron, zinc, copper) 6) Diet and lifestyle recommendations to improve thyroid function --- RESOURCES: Fab Fertile Method https://www.fabfertile.com/what-we-do/   Before working with us, most couples have been through failed IVF cycles, been labeled a poor responder, and told they had better rush to another IVF or that donor eggs are their only hope. I don't want you to waste money on IVF without looking at the missed healing opportunities as to WHY it's not working in the first place. We've helped couples get pregnant naturally or improve pregnancy success when they've been told donor eggs are their only option. We've helped women get pregnant naturally with AMH as low as 0.04 and FSH in the 100s. Learn how our proven Fab Fertile Method can help improve pregnancy success for YOU. I'm excited to invite you to a special masterclass - where you'll learn How To Improve Your Chances Of Pregnancy Success If You Have Low AMH/High FSH. Register your spot here: www.gpnmasterclass.com --- Book your Supercharge Your Fertility Discovery call here with your partner (https://bit.ly/getpregnantpodcast) --- This episode is sponsored by: Leela Quantum Tech Shield yourself from EMF nasties with Leela Quantum Tech! LeelaQ Tech is leading the way in natural health innovation, combining science and quantum energy healing into an elegant and simple-to-use collection of products optimized for everyday use. My favourite is their Leela Quantum H.E.A.L. Energy Capsule: https://leelaq.com/product/leela-quantum-h-e-a-l-capsule/ Learn more at https://leelaq.com/ --- Join the Fab Fertile Support Group on Facebook for motivation, support, and education to prepare for pregnancy success. --- Check out https://www.fabfertile.com/blogs/podcasts/how-to-address-hyperthyroidism-or-graves-to-improve-pregnancy-outcomes-with-dr-eric-osansky/

Dr. Westin Childs Podcast: Thyroid | Weight loss | Hormones

Is it possible to naturally increase free T3 levels? The answer is yes! There are actually two ways to do it. The first way I call the easy way. This way is easy because it involves the use of thyroid medications like Cytomel and liothyronine. If you take T3 thyroid medication then you will increase your free t3 levels. Unfortunately, it's not easy to get those medications from your doctor which is why we need to talk about the second way or the not-so-easy way! Fortunately, these things ARE within your control and are things that you can do. Why should you care? Because T3 is the most biologically active thyroid hormone and is hundreds of times more powerful than T4. Here are 6 things that you can do to increase your free T3 levels: #1. Optimize key nutrients - zinc, selenium, Guggul, anti-oxidants, and anti-inflammatory nutrients. These nutrients all help the T4 to T3 conversion process in various ways. #2. Improve your gut health Up to 20% of thyroid conversion occurs in the gut. Even minor gut issues may impair conversion! #3. Reduce reverse T3 levels. High reverse T3 levels may automatically reduce free T3 levels. If you can lower your reverse T3 then you will naturally increase free T3 levels. #4. Check your ferritin Low iron and low ferritin result in abnormal T4:T3 ratios. #5. Focus on liver health Improve liver health by eating vegetables that contain sulfur, cruciferous vegetables, avoid alcohol, take milk thistle, dandelion, turmeric, MSM, calcium d glucarate #6. Treat your adrenals Adrenal function is related to thyroid function. Treating your thyroid does not necessarily or automatically treat your adrenals. #7. Exercise Lastly, any type of exercise can naturally improve T4 and T3 levels! Download my free thyroid resources here (including hypothyroid symptoms checklist, the complete list of thyroid lab tests + optimal ranges, foods you should avoid if you have thyroid disease, and more): https://www.restartmed.com/start-here/ Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - Supplements that everyone with hypothyroidism needs: https://bit.ly/3tekPej - Supplement bundle to help reverse Hashimoto's: https://bit.ly/3gSY9eJ - Supplements for those without a thyroid and for those after RAI: https://bit.ly/3tb36nZ - Supplements for active hyperthyroidism: https://bit.ly/3t70yHo See ALL of my specialized supplements including protein powders, thyroid supplements, and weight loss products here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ Want more from my blog? I have more than 400+ well-researched blog posts on thyroid management, hormone balancing, weight loss, and more. See all blog posts here: https://www.restartmed.com/blog/ Prefer to listen via podcast? Download all of my podcast episodes here: https://apple.co/3kNYTCS Disclaimer: Dr. Westin Childs received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic medicine in 2013. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Childs is no longer practicing medicine and does not hold an active medical license so he can focus on helping people through videos, blog posts, research, and supplement formulation. To read more about why he is no longer licensed please see this page: https://www.restartmed.com/what-happened-to-my-medical-license/ This video is for general informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Childs and you. You should not make any changes to your medications or health regimens without first consulting a physician. If you have any questions please consult with your current primary care provider. Restart Medical LLC and Dr. Westin Childs are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis, or any other infor

Carrots 'N' Cake Podcast
EP134: Affordable 'buttery' leggings, favorite protein powders, adrenal cocktail & blood sugar tips

Carrots 'N' Cake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 27:05


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The Natalie Tysdal Podcast
083: Your Symptoms Are Not In Your Head with Dr. Efrat LaMandre

The Natalie Tysdal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 29:56


What's the real reason why you aren't feeling good?   Have you ever had someone say to you “it's all in your head'? Maybe you've heard that when you were sick, felt down, tired, or just simply didn't feel good?   The truth is, it's not all in your head. There's a reason why you don't feel good, and Dr. Efrat LaMandre joins me on my podcast to tell us why.   Efrat LaMandre owns and operates her own Medical practice, EG Healthcare, which provides pediatric, adult and geriatric care to over 20,000 patients. In addition to her primary care practice, she has taken conventional medicine to the next level with her signature process The Knew Method.    The Knew Method helps patients take control of their health destiny using a Functional Medicine Approach that empowers them to finally realize that their symptoms are not in their head. As a result, she helps people optimize their health, prevent illness, reduce medication and feel great.    Dr. E is co-chair of the Staten Island Hospital Board Of Trustees. She also serves as the President of the Nurse Practitioner Association State Board. In addition, she is Clinical Faculty at Wagner College. She is also the Primary Care Provider for the City University New York, College of Staten Island Athletic Department.    Efrat owns a Medical Scribe company, HawkScribes, that allows providers to focus on their patients instead of charting.   Dr. E is also a public speaker and offers consulting services to other nurse practitioners who are opening up their own practices.   Listen in as we talk about: [3:00] Why your feelings are real [5:00] What functional medicine is [6:00] What the ‘midday slump' can be a symptom of [7:20] How to test for adrenal fatigue  [9:35] How to treat adrenal fatigue [11:40] Dr. E's definition of anti-inflammatory foods [15:30] The most common health issues Dr. E sees within women [17:40] What PCOS is and how to treat it [20:55] How common PCOS actually is [23:10] Where to start if you're not feeling well but your test all come back fine   Notes from Natalie: Sign Up for Natalie's Newsletter  www.natalietysdal.com/favorites  Dr. E's book: https://theknewmethod.com/book/   Connect with Dr. Efrat https://www.instagram.com/Theknewmethod https://www.facebook.com/theknewmethod  www.theknewmethod.com    Connect with Natalie Tysdal On Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Website

Chasing Edges
Jason Dhir | Supplement Formulator, Owner Ultra Human: CHASING SIMPLICITY, NOOTROPICS, AMINO ACIDS, FINDING GREAT SUPPLEMENTS, DOSING SUPPLEMENTS, ADDICTION, RETURN TO NATURE, CYCLING IN SUPPS & LIFE

Chasing Edges

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 101:14


Jason Dhir is a supplement formulator and owner of the Ultra Human a company, based in Dublin, Ohio, that specializes in producing award winning nootropics, amino acids & tea, while spreading awareness about consciousness & cognitive enhancement. Born in Coventry, England, Jason moved to the United States to attend The Ohio State University Nutrition Program, and own a successful supplement retail establishment for 10 years. Jason then became a consultant to many top brands for the next decade as a multi-faceted expert in the field of supplements & nutrition.  On the podcast Jason and Brian dive deep into all things life and simplicity. Jason breaks down the benefits of amino acids and nootropics, what to look for, dosages, the dangers of poor products, how to cycle your supplements, and at home concoctions you can create on your own.  The boys dive in and out of the depths of Jason's philosophies on life and modern society as well, where he lives a philosophy of learning through experimentation and understanding. He also believes God is the greatest scientist, along with mother nature being what we need to get back to. A well rounded conversation of great applicable takeaways in the supplement world and good perspectives to ponder when assessing your habits. Hope you enjoy!You can find Jason and his Ultra Human Products at  TheUltraHuman.netIF you're enjoying the podcast please pound that subscribe button, rate and review the podcast on all platforms! *:30 Chasing Simplicity:45 Life is a lot more simple than we think1:30 Simplifying Process2:35 We're no creating, we're consuming2:50 Take your health, then sell it back to you. Body has the ability to heal3:30 Godless Society, only science to land on, “trust the science”6:00 Dentists, mercury, trusting systems11:52 Everybody's trying to hack stuff*12:08 God is the greatest scientist, given everything, vitamin D12:40 Buy free stuff back13:05 Herb Story, We'll never know15:50 Why don't you use the extract?16:00 Formula16:30 Harness what has already been given17:36 Best muscle to consume, is human muscle tissue. Cannabism? Lol18:12 Capture what's already happening in the muscle19:38 Dangers of wrong amino formula ratio20:15 Amino formula break down, No-Nos, artificial21:20 Natural aminos, wipes out 99% of market, flavors, problem is its more expensive22:10 Sweeteners24:00 High Absorption Electrolytes25:15 Compromised supplement companies, trust26:00 Brian's Non negotiable supplements26:47 Nootropics27:55 Always a fan of food, Supplement to food, Aminos vs Protein*** more muscle synthesis30:50 No aminos with food, instructions for intake32:18 Nootropics, problem with thrown together products, find and understand what youre taking.32:40 Nootropic, cycling, alpha gpc, choline33:50 Amazon killing supplement industry, 97% of supps on the market are shit***35:00 Uppers (adderal, madafinil, etc.) Don't even know how it works, problems (wolf of wall street clip)*37:00 Adrenal fatigue and caffeine, testosterone37:50 Nootropics, cycling advice for life*39:15 Addiction, syringe example for presentation*, relationships, rats experiment40:48 Relief, certainty vs uncertainty**, Brian on addiction**44:20 Addiction takes 1 hit, reframing addiction46:00 Money doesn't buy happiness, no subtract happiness, 47:00 Health isn't rocket surgery48:20 Selfishness, what is self love, simple vs minimalist49:05 Simplicity often gives you the most abundance50:44 Money fixes money problems51:09 Pitbull “Money make you happy if you give it away”55:30 Effects of Nootropics, Stance on Smart drugs**56:35 Go to DIY Nootropic rec

The Adrenal Fatigue Podcast
#37: Auto-Immunity and the Adrenal / Stress Connection with Melissa Ramos

The Adrenal Fatigue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 56:33


We are celebrating over 90K downloads on The Adrenal Fatigue Podcast this week and our return to new episodes after the summer. Today, we're back with a juicy episode for you and we're honored to be joined by the oh-so-wise and hilarious, Melissa Ramos. In this episode, we discuss adrenal fatigue/stress and the auto-immune connection. We believe that if you're struggling with an auto-immune condition, it's critical to address the stress in your life and check in with how you're managing it. If it's running rampant, this can be contributing to flare-ups or symptoms you may be experiencing. In this episode, Melissa shares some great tips (many of them FREE) and provides guidance on how to begin when it comes to managing this. We discuss the following:- How big the adrenal/stress part is when it comes to auto-immune conditions- The big physical / emotional stressors that might surprise you- Free things we can do that can create a huge impact- What to do if you're feeling stuck and overwhelmed right now- Favorite healing modalities + biohacking- Cold showers- The idea of impermanence and adapting to the seasons- Testing and evaluation, where to start, and things to be mindful ofAs always we hope you love this conversation and that it inspires, motivates, and empowers you big time.Connect with Melissa at www.sexyfoodtherapy.com✔️MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP (RECOVERY PROGRAM)

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones
Adrenal Stress: How Lifestyle Hurts and Helps this Vital Gland

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 8:03


Adrenal Stress: How Lifestyle Hurts and Helps this Vital Gland- Dr. Jason Jones Elizabeth City NC, Chiropractor Adrenal glands are vital organs for your everyday health. They form a part of your endocrine system and are responsible for the production of hormones that react to stressors. The hormones produced by adrenal glands also help to distribute fat and protein as well as regulate inflammation and sugar levels in your body. In certain cases, adrenal glands may be unable to carry out their roles efficiently, and this may be a result of adrenal stress. Here, you will be exposed to the lifestyles that are injurious and the ones that are beneficial to your adrenal glands. What is adrenal stress? Adrenal stress is a condition whereby your adrenal glands cannot produce adequate amounts of hormones. In this case, the adrenal glands are exhausted due to physical, mental, or emotional stress. In addition, adrenal stress may also be caused by infections. Fatigue, weightlessness, loss of appetite, and low blood pressure are symptoms associated with adrenal stress. Lifestyle Habits that hurts your adrenal glands Some lifestyle habits may be injurious to your adrenal glands and cause adrenal stress. These lifestyles include: Drinking less water Drinking adequate amounts of water is essential and should not be taken for granted. If you are not drinking adequate amounts of water, you are causing harm to your adrenal glands.  Water is very important for the normal functioning of your endocrine system. High consumption of caffeine When you consume too much coffee, the caffeine present causes a rise in your levels of cortisol, giving more work to your adrenal glands which have to pump out the excessive cortisol. Lack of sleep If you are too busy to sleep, you are overworking your adrenal glands. Not getting enough sleep will cause your cortisol levels to rise and your adrenal glands will become stressed out overtime.  High-impact exercises Your body, sometimes, responds to high-impact exercises as though you were stressed. Such exercises may put too much work on your adrenal glands. Low-impact exercises such as Light cardio, Pilates, or Yoga are better alternatives.  Consumption of processed food Processed food high in fats, calories, and carbs is difficult to digest and absorb by your body. Most of your organs, including your adrenal glands, have a hard time processing that food. Lifestyle that helps your adrenal glands Here are some lifestyles that support the function of your adrenal glands: Proper relaxation The best thing to do after going through a stressful day is to get proper relaxation. When you relax, you are allowing your adrenal glands to calm themselves. Eating a diet rich in protein When you consume a diet rich in protein, it digests to give certain amino acids such as tryptophan that help in relaxing your body and lowers your cortisol level. This reduces your adrenal stress. Getting fresh air Ensure you stay in a well-ventilated room. Getting fresh air helps to relieve your adrenal glands. Eating more veggies Green vegetables contain fibers, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that contribute to the health of your adrenal glands. Taking vacations Working 24/7 without taking a break is injurious to your adrenal glands. Consider taking a vacation from work to relax your adrenal glands. Adrenal glands play vital roles in producing steroid hormones in your body. These glands are essential for your everyday health but overworking them may result in adrenal stress. Healthy lifestyles such as eating proper food, getting enough sleep, and low-impact exercises can help to manage your adrenal stress. You may consult Dr. Jason Jones at our Chiropractic office at Elizabeth city, NC to learn more natural measures to prevent adrenal stress.   

Wellness by Designs - Practitioner Podcast
Stress and the Hypothalamic-Adrenal Axis with Maria Allerton

Wellness by Designs - Practitioner Podcast

Play Episode Play 51 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 43:41


Joining us today is Maria Allerton, a Clinical Nutritionist and Functional Medicine Practitioner who loves puzzles and addressing the underlying causes of disease. In today's episode, Maria discusses: How to identify stress with quantitative markers- using hair mineral analysis looking at the underlying causes of stress beyond emotional stress: blood sugar dysregulation, nutrient deficiencies and heavy metals The different stages of stress on HTMAThe common presentations of stress-related disorders in clinic How to identify stress-related disorders using HTMA and how to address them with the right treatments. About Maria Maria Allerton is a clinical nutritionist based in Sydney. She works online nationally and with international clients and has been in clinical practice since 2014. Her clinical focus is digestive health, mental health, hormones, and all conditions related to the gut-brain-immune interface. She is also passionate about addressing heavy metal toxicity and Gilbert's syndrome.Maria has personally experienced multiple chronic health conditions related to all of the above areas and is passionate about helping her clients rebuild their health.Connect with MariaWebsite: True Foods NutritionShownotes and references available on your local Designs for health website www.designsforhealth.com.au Register as a Designs for Health Practitioner and discover quality practitioner-only supplements at www.designsforhealth.com.auDISCLAIMER: The Information provided in the Wellness by Designs podcast is for educational purposes only; the information presented is not intended to be used as medical advice; please seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional if what you have heard here today raises questions or concerns relating to your health

The Simplicity Sessions
Why Your Adrenal & Thyroid Health Matter So Much

The Simplicity Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 38:18


Before we dive into today's episode, I want to preface by saying every case of thyroid dysfunction that I have ever worked with was also connected to an adrenal imbalance, and vice versa.   Your adrenals and thyroid are SO interconnected and today we're going to dive into that connection on a deeper level.   How can you decipher the symptoms that you're feeling in your body to know what exactly is out of balance?   How can you know if your adrenals need support?   What kind of testing is needed? Grab your head phones and press play to find out.   Connect with us - Thank you for joining us today. If you could do me the honor of hitting the subscribe button, leaving a review, sharing this podcast with a friend, or tagging me on social media when you visit The Simplicity Sessions Community on Facebook or @jennpike on Instagram, I would be forever grateful. Learn more about the products and supports I recommend from some of our amazing partners - Eaton Hemp is my favourite CBD and hemp company. They are a hundred percent organic, they're unfiltered, and they are third-party tested. To experience Eaton Hemp, use the discount code JENNPIKE20 at eatonhemp.com/jennpike to save 20% off your order. St Francis Herb Farm education includes webinars, blogs and articles on important topics including the plant medicines that they create to promote women's health by targeting digestion, allergies, immune support, heart health, brain health, and sleep. I use and recommend their products and you can use the code JENNPIKE15 at checkout to save 15% off your order. Skin Essence is Canadian-founded, organic, non-GMO, and does not test on animals; this company is one that we love and have around the house. You can even talk to the company to get advice on which products may be right to try first. Save 15% off your first order with the code JENNPIKE15 and use code JENNPIKE10 to save 10% off every order after that.

The Cabral Concept
2431: Airport Security Scans, Periampullary Diverticula, SNPs Guidance, Hemochromatosis & Metal Detox, Adrenal Soothe in AM, FXTAS (HouseCall)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 19:55 Very Popular


Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Cabral HouseCall of the weekend! I'm looking forward to sharing with you some of our community's questions that have come in over the past few weeks…   Lisa: Hi Dr Cabral! I am starting to travel a lot for my job, and I am wondering if I should be concerned about going through the XRay machines at airport security several times a year? I am also curious if you think the check in using Clear (where they scan your retinas) are safe. I was considering signing up, but I wanted to get your thoughts first. Thanks!   Ashley: Hello Dr. Cabral! I have been listening to your podcast and following your protocols since I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called undifferentiated connective tissue disease in 2018. I am currently doing the CBO protocol after completing a 7 day detox. I feel so much better and down about 7 pounds! I am about a week and a half in to the CBO protocol. My only issue is that I am experiencing constipation, loose stools, and afternoon fatigue. Also having so muscle pain at night that feels like “growing pains”. I was recently diagnosed with periampullary diverticulum of the gallbladder, and was told by my GI specialist that this might be why I have a hard time digesting seeds and nuts and probiotics would help. From personal experience I have struggled to find a decent probiotic that worked for me. I don't know much about this diagnosis. In February 2022 I did a candida test which was negative. I also did an igG 184 food panel and had lots of sensitivities which indicated leaky gut. In May 2022 I completed a SIBO test which was also negative. I'm just wondering if anyone had any experience with periampullary diverticulum of the gallbladder and if I should continue to follow the sensitive food guide as is when I know I don't have SIBO or candida overgrowths? Thank you!   Amanda: Hi Dr. Cabral, I've listened to your methylation podcasts & know I have issues bc of genetic testing. The problem is, the SNPs I have showing red aren't the ones you mentioned in your podcast. I read that I should avoid methyl Bs because of having COMT/TXNRD2 A4251G TT risk alleles combined with COMT V158M AA risk alleles & COMT H62H TT risk alleles (all three are red for me) because this means I have trouble breaking down dopamine, epinephrine, norepinephrine and estrogen: "It has been clinically observed that the body may have trouble tolerating methyl donors (folate, B12, methionine, betaine, choline) with a COMT V158M + and a VDR Taq + status.” Also said with lower COMT activity to avoid supplements w/ catechol structure - quercetin, EGC/G, and luteolin (which you said help methylation). My B6 is low (0.96) but B12 looks okay (1.2) and I was advised to take your Activated B complex, but I'm nervous about the methyl Bs after reading above. My brother also has low B6 and vit C and has seizures if he ever misses doses of Keppra. My question is whether you know anything about these other SNPs, if you advise supplementing with B6 only, or if I can somehow get more genetics guidance through your practice?   Carol: Thank you so much for helping me with the main Dr Cabral detox and the heavy metal detox. I feel better. My question is about treating hematochromosis, where some people build up excess iron in the body, especially the liver Normal treatment is frequent blood donation. My question is, is the metal detox going to help this? How about the regular detox? Thanks Carol   Alicja: Hi Dr. Cabral, I hope you are doing well. My question is about Adrenal Sooth suplement. I learned from your podcasts that the best is to take it at night, or at lunch and then again after dinner. My highest stress is always in the morning and first half a day. Is it ok to take Adrenal Sooth with breakfast? Or would that slow me down too much and made me feel a bit sluggish during the busiest time of my days. Big THANK YOU for your amazing work.   Cathy: Hi Dr Cabral, I am so happy to have found you several weeks ago. I work with a wonderful Holistic Chiropractor and she is following you as well, she has me on a parasite cleanse and I did a liver cleanse beforehand in January. My question has to do with a friend who has Fragile X-Associated Tremor Ataxia Syndrome (FXTAS.) Apparently, she is a "carrier" of the gene and has an adult son with autism who has the RNA gene. I looked on your recent podcasts to research but didn't find anything. Thank you in advance for any info you might share and I look forward to working with you and your staff in the future. Cath   Thank you for tuning into this weekend's Cabral HouseCalls and be sure to check back tomorrow for our Mindset & Motivation Monday show to get your week started off right!   - - - Show Notes and Resources: StephenCabral.com/2431 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!

The Cabral Concept
2430: Home-Made Tinctures, Adrenal Soothe vs. Adrenal Energy Support, Crohn's Journey, Gut Health & Alcohol, Sarcoidosis, Weight Loss Without Thyroid (HouseCall)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 19:53 Very Popular


Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions:    Ryan: First off, thanks again for all that you do in providing great content, services and products to our community. I have a question in terms of tinctures. I am currently growing shiitake and lion's mane mushrooms on logs in my yard along with harvesting wild oyster and turkey tail mushrooms. After eating ample mushrooms I will have a lot extra and am thinking of making a dual extract tincture with all 4 mushroom types to take advantage of the medicinal properties. My question is if you end up with a 30% alcohol tincture and take a dropper per day does the alcohol consumed counteract the benefits of the mushrooms? Can kids consume tinctures? Thanks again.   Alicja: Dear Dr. Cabral, Could you please explain the difference between Adrenal Soothe and Adrenal Energy Support (EquiLife supplements) Which circumstances would a be better fit for adrenal soothe and when adrenal energy support is better. Thank you so much.   Keith: Dr. Cabral, I'm 61 years old, I've lived with Crohn's since my early teens and despite numerous doctors, psychiatrists, tests my disease went undiagnosed. I suffered through many episodes of depression, apathy, anxiety and general malaise. At 46 my disease flared and I was misdiagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis, being treated for UC for 3.5 years with multiple flare-ups, hospitalizations, prednisone cycles, etc. After a severe flare-up I ended up in the Emergency Room at the University of Chicago, by God's grace Dr. David Rubin was on call and took over my case. Two days later after multiple tests, I was told my colon was ready to rupture in 4 spots(1in each segment), 5 days later surgery to remove 98% of my large intestine. 6 months later after a sigmoidscopy, I endured a 10.5 hr. surgery due to the significant scar tissue and inflammation. I live with a permanent Ileostomy. I've been on an 11 year journey to understand and develop a lifestyle to adapt to this handicap and have yet to be exposed to a comprehensive article, podcast, etc to better understand this condition. Your podcasts have enlightened me on so many subjects and would ask if you might able to address this on one of your podcasts? Sincerely Keith   Ryan: Thanks again for all that you do and hope you are having a great day. For my question, once you take the time and put in the effort to get your gut rebalanced how sensitive is it to becoming imbalanced and what can you do to help maintain? More specifically, on a week long vacation I can have a few alcoholic drinks daily, would this or could this mess things up? Is there anything that can be done during the vacation to help reduce the risk? Daily foundational protocol, healthy gut support, probiotics, immune support…? Have you heard of ZBiotics? It is a pre-alcohol probiotic that breaks down acetaldehyde, would this help? Once again I know the best answer is to abstain from daily alcoholic drinks but just wondering how to reduce the potential damage. Thanks again.   Kevin: Hi, I have recently been diagnosed with sarcoidosis. Are there protocols or perhaps labs whose result(s) would provide a path beyond medications?...or is conventional medicine my only option? Thanks, Kevin   Katherine: I had a thyroid storm in 1984, and my thyroid was radiated. I have been on Synthroid for 38 years. i was diagnosed with Graves in 1984. I am 60 years old. 5'3 135 pounds. I have struggled with my weight for all of these years. How do I stoke my metabolism without a T-3 or T-4 gland?   Thank you for tuning into today's Cabral HouseCall and be sure to check back tomorrow where we answer more of our community's questions!    - - - Show Notes and Resources: StephenCabral.com/2430 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!

The Rachel Varga Podcast
Updates on Sulfates in the BC Brand SPF, Dating Younger to Be Younger and Microchip Predictions with Rachel Varga

The Rachel Varga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 36:14


What are my thoughts on sulfates being in the BC brand spf and is this something to worry about? What are the perceived benefits of dating younger for hormone support? What are my predictions with biohacking, microchipping and much more!I would love to share with you my quick and easy preview of my Top 5 Mature Fall Skin Tips for Glassy and Hydrated Skin that I expand upon in yesterday's show!Customize your shifting hydration needs by having a lighter moisturizer on hand for lighter daily needs, and one that is a little more hydrating to use after your dermarolling and retinol which can create a little redness, dryness and requires extra recovery support for optimal outcomes with my more advanced and mature skin protocols.Cleanse and exfoliate the skin regularly to reduce oxidative stressors from accumulating in the stratum corneum layer of the skin.Optimize your at-home skin care and dermarolling routines, incorporate skin actives like vitamin c and vitamin a, take hair, skin and nail supplements (always make sure they're third party independent lab tested!), and use non-toxic hair growth stimulating shampoo, conditioners, scalp care and styling products. Shop my Fall Skin Essentials here!Plan and optimize your fall skin rejuvenation journey to address things like hyper/hypopigmentation, redness, sun damage, fine lines, large pores and stimulating more collagen which may involve laser skin rejuvenation and other non-surgical interventions depending on your skin goals, budget, lifestyle and desires.Continue to biohack your air, water, lighting, EMF's and perform regular detoxification with systemic cleanses like the Purium Lifestyle Cleanse (that I am literally drinking now!) to remain as pure as possible.Bonus tips for keeping stress down (which depletes key nutrients) and keeping your essential nutrients up!By supporting your adrenals and immune system you support the ability of your body to remove excess melanin, keratin and other cellular fragments that precipitate as rough, dry and raised skin patches and sun/age spots. Shop my Adrenal and Stress Stack here with a few extra self care goodies!My husband and I start everyday with purified water, greens and superfoods to give my body potent adaptogens and hydrating nutrients to support healthy cellular function, support my mitochondria and keep my energy levels up with the delicious Organifi superfood juice powders that are a fraction of the cost and hassle of fresh juices and won't break our fast with under 30 calories per serving! I am nothing short of obsessed with Organifi products and have been taking them routinely now for 3 months and love my skin and energy results.

The Cabral Concept
2424: Adrenal Soothe in AM, Herbs & Miscarriage, Pars Planitis, Healing from Mold, Fibromyalgia, AquaPure (HouseCall)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 19:46 Very Popular


Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Cabral HouseCall of the weekend! I'm looking forward to sharing with you some of our community's questions that have come in over the past few weeks…   Alicja: Hi Dr. Cabral, I hope you are doing well. My question is about Adrenal Soothe suplement. I learned from your podcasts that the best is to take it at night, or at lunch and then again after dinner. My highest stress is always in the morning and first half a day. Is it ok to take Adrenal Sooth with breakfast? Or would that slow me down too much and made me feel a bit sluggish during the busiest time of my days. Big THANK YOU for your amazing work.   Anonymous: Are there any herbs, supplements, etc. that you know of that definitively cause miscarriages? (Not simply herbs/supplements that are recommended to not use during pregnancy out of caution, but herbs/supplements that have an extremely high correlation and possible causation with miscarriages specifically)   Angela: My 22 y.o. daughter was diagnosed with Pars Planitis when she was 10, which is a disease of the eye that is characterized by inflammation of the narrowed area between the colored part of the eye and the choroid. This may lead to blurred vision; dark, floating spots; and progressive vision loss. As the condition advances, cataracts, retinal detachment, or macular edema may develop". She has been seeing one of the best doctors for this at Emory Chilldren's Hospital in ATL. She gets steroid injections and or a cryo procedures done once/twice a year. Her doctor had always predicted that she would grow out of this in her early 20s, but that is not happening. Her doctor is now recommending that she start taking either Humira or methotrexate (which is what I am taking). I was diagnosed with RA in 2004 and she was tested for that recently as well, but found that she does not have RA. I have been following you for several months now. I have done the 21 day detox, ran the big 5 labs plus the stool test, had my 2 hr consultation last month with one of your IHPs and working through all of my protocols now. The last thing I want is for her is to get on these meds which I am trying desperately to get off of . Just wondering if you have any knowledge of this and what you recommend?   Mallory: Hi Dr. Cabral! I thought of one more question to ask you after writing in last week! I've done your mold protocol & felt better fairly quickly! I do however still see biofilm in my stool every day after slowly detoxing for about a year now. Could what appears to be biofilm in my stool, actually be the result of something else, such as a supplement? Are you able to say if this is my body still detoxing? I've been getting what I believe are Herx - type reactions about once a month. I am wondering if this is more than likely because of detoxing too quickly, or if i am just catching more colds because my immune system is down. I use gi detox, which I realize is charcoal based. As I heal, could my body become less sensitive to charcoal / binders in general? Can you tell me if it is possible to heal from mold toxicity (Ochatroxin A, specifically) without any binders at all? Can Citricidal help? Lastly, I was diagnosed with hoshimotos shortly after I got my mold labs back. Have you seen individuals get rid of hoshimotos by detoxing from mold? So sorry for all the questions, I understand you cannot give medical advice :) I unfortunately have not yet been able to get in touch with any other professionals that are as experienced as you in my specific dis-eases! :)   Jenna: I am writing on behalf of my Mom who has been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and it's mainly concentrated to her leg muscles. They are constantly achey, especially at night and hurt even more when she lays down on them. It's like the nerves are sensitive to any pressure. She has done 2 labs through EquiLife- an HTMA and an Omega 3. The HTMA showed Calcium & Magnesium through the roof, and elevated mercury (she has amalgams but won't get them out). The Omega 3 test was normal (she supplements). What would be your next step in this scenario?   Steven: Hey Doc! What are your thoughts on AquaPure? Apparently it uses regular tap water and a small amount of salt to create a “powerful” cleaning solution that removes pesticides, bacteria, and other contaminants. It claims to get rid of more than 99% of pesticides but no sure if this is legit!   Thank you for tuning into this weekend's Cabral HouseCalls and be sure to check back tomorrow for our Mindset & Motivation Monday show to get your week started off right! - - - Show Notes and Resources: StephenCabral.com/2424 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!

The Women's Vibrancy Code
37: Adrenal support and adaptogens for fatigue, hormones and immune support

The Women's Vibrancy Code

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 19:58


In today's episode of The Women's Vibrancy Code, Maraya dives into the source of so many health complaints, from fatigue to low libido and more: adrenals. Did you know that a LOT of your long-term vibrancy complaints might be linked to poor adrenal function? Brain fog, digestive issues, exhaustion, rashes - they can all be because of adrenal issues. One of the BEST ways to get your adrenal function back in balance is through adaptogens and what I like to refer to as “adaptogen elixirs.” These are strategic mixes of different adaptogens, mixed with a protein and fat source and taste amazing, to promote your long-term adrenal health. In this episode, we look at what different adaptogens are recommended, where to find them, what issues they address and so much more. Are you ready to correct your adrenal issues? IN THIS EPISODE: [00:09] Symptoms of poor adrenal health [01:55] Different adaptogen elixirs to help varying adrenal problems [13:00] Specific adaptogens, their sources and their effects [18:27] How adaptogens function foundationally and the long-term positive effects on your health KEY TAKEAWAYS: Adrenal health is a key part of your body's functions. If your adrenals are out of balance, you'll likely see unwanted symptoms, from fatigue to digestive problems, manifest in various ways. Getting your adrenals back into form is so important, and adaptogen elixirs are a fantastic, healthy and customizable way to fix those issues. RESOURCE LINKS: Maraya Brown Connection Call Adaptogen elixirs: https://www.marayabrown.com/recipes Rasa Affiliate Link: https://foursigmatic.com/?rfsn=4708921.0c9b01e&discount=BTRTLOVE Rasa Coupon Code: BTRTLOVE for 10% off Hempure CBD Oil website: https://www.hempurecbd.com/ Hempure Coupon Code: BTRT for 20% off Four Sigmatic Affiliate Link: https://foursigmatic.com/?rfsn=4708921.0c9b01e&discount=BTRTLOVE Four Sigmatic coupon code: BTRTLOVE for 10% off BIO: Maraya Brown is a Yale and Functional Medicine Trained CNM, MSN with her undergraduate degree in marketing. She helps women feel turned on by their life, their lover and themselves.  Her work online brings her 21 years of experience supporting women together in one place to co-create deep transformation, energy and passion. Maraya is the founder of this Podcast and does a great deal of work with women to expand their energy, hormones, libido, confidence and much much more. Maraya Brown Facebook Page Maraya Brown Facebook Group Maraya Brown on Instagram Maraya Brown on LinkedIn Maraya Brown on TikTok Maraya Brown YouTube Channel DISCLAIMER: The podcasts available on this website have been produced for informational, educational and entertainment purposes only. Listeners should take care to avoid program content which may not be suited to them. The contents of this podcast do not constitute medical or professional advice, No person listening to and/or viewing any podcast from this website should act or refrain from acting on the basis of the content of a podcast without first seeking appropriate professional advice and/or counseling, nor shall the information be used as a substitute for professional advice and/or counseling. The Women's Vibrancy Code Podcast expressly disclaims any and all liability relating to any actions taken or not taken based on any or all contents of this site.

The Ultimate Health Podcast
495: How to Biohack Your Body & Mind to Live to 180+ | Dave Asprey

The Ultimate Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 89:12 Very Popular


Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/495daveasprey Dave Asprey (IG: @dave.asprey) is an entrepreneur, four-time New York Times bestselling science author, and host of the top 100 podcast The Human Upgrade, formally Bulletproof Radio, which has more than 200 million downloads. He's the founder of Bulletproof Coffee and a leading voice in the movement to take control of our own biology. Today Dave's making his 5th appearance on the show, sharing a ton of practical ways to upgrade your diet and lifestyle to extend your life. In this episode, we discuss: Skipping dinner vs breakfast is better metabolically How long Dave fasts for + how he breaks a fast The Bulletproof Diet Dave's recent mission in Peru What is spiritual reframing? Don't underestimate ayahuasca and other "safer" options Holotropic breathing stimulates altered states of consciousness Health is an ill-defined goal Upgrade Labs helps you reach your goals Get more energy to dive deeper into self-improvement 3 practical tips to gain energy now Should you get tested for heavy metals? Why you shouldn't eat kale! Get your hormones tested People who have energy are kind to each other Adrenal extracts are energizing The benefits of adding salt to your water How to structure your water Structuring your water with a high-powered blender vs. a frother Show sponsors: BiOptimizers

AJR Podcast Series
Does CT washout have limited utility in incidental adrenal nodules in those without cancer?

AJR Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 14:58


Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.22.27901  Adrenal adenomas are common due in part to increased utilization of cross-sectional imaging, there is a growing need to evaluate the utility of CT washout for small homogenous adrenal nodules (10 and without history of cancer given the prevalence of malignancy in true incidentalomas is low.  Mohanned Alnammi, MD discusses an article that found evaluating true incidentalomas with HU >10 with CT washout and showed suboptimal diagnostic performance and that the 60% washout threshold may be of limited utility in those without a history of cancer.

IT'S ALL TRUE?
More Zing in your Jing

IT'S ALL TRUE?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 62:56


This week the team decide to discuss colonic irrigation giving some personal accounts much to George's horror! Fate has reunited Chezzi with an old friend - Mason from SuperFeast, a well known and respected in the health sphere as a wellness educator and co-host of SuperFeast podcast. He joins them with a look at Adrenal gland importance and a few pointers on how to boost your Jing! With a few hearty laughs along the way, and some eye opening personal health stories - This is an episode you'll want to listen to again and again!https://www.superfeast.com.au/pages/about-usSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THIRD EYE DROPS
Mushrooms, Adaptogens, and Psychedelic Evolution with Tero Isokauppila | Mind Meld 320

THIRD EYE DROPS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 86:17 Very Popular


For rewards and podcast extras, become a Patreon patron Tero Isokauppila is an Entrepreneur, shroom sage, and author of Healing Adaptogens The Definitive Guide to Using Super Herbs and Mushrooms for Your Body's Restoration, Defense, and Performance. Tero is also the founder of Four Sigmatic, one of the world's largest purveyors of super mushroom coffees and elixirs. *Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal* Go to https://nordvpn.com/thirdeye to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!* In this mind meld: The power of adaptogens, and mushrooms The science behind how adaptogens work Which adaptogens are the most well researched  How psychedelics could hypothetically bifurcate human evolution Adrenal gland restoration and natural sources of energy The importance of nighttime rituals for better sleep *Support Third Eye Drops* For rewards and podcast extras, become a patron! Follow and review on Spotify Give us a psychic smooch by leaving us a 5 star review on apple pods!  

Ditch the DadBod
DadBod Rant # 522 Adrenal, Liver or Thyroid Body Type?

Ditch the DadBod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 22:26


It's frustrating when 2 blokes follow the identical program and get very different results!

Medicine and Health with Dr Paul
WHY CAN'T I GET BETTER? Chronic Illness, Post-COVID, and More: **ADRENAL FUNCTION

Medicine and Health with Dr Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 14:08


The series we started last week (“Why won't my infections heal”) triggered many questions. In this podcast DrA will present discussion around “impediment to cure” (or… things that slow or stop healing) regarding adrenal function changes.LINKS:DrA Online YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1FLIaKDzkU5Z0knDYYKyPQ/videos DrA TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dra_online Biofilm review by DrA: https://ndnr.com/gastrointestinal/biofilms-what-have-we-learned-from-the-research/ COVER-THREE SUPPLEMENT MENTIONED: https://coverthree.com/ “Get and Stay Healthy” podcast: https://youtu.be/5uFWq27ZjBo Some integrative medicine referral links [for your reference only – no referral or implication of professional superiority is claimed or intended):NAEM Providers: https://envmedicine.com/find-a-provider/US Naturopathic Physicians: https://naturopathic.org/search/custom.asp?id=5613Canadian Naturopathic Physicians: https://www.cand.ca/findmynd/ A4M Integrative referral: https://www.a4m.com/find-a-doctor.html

All Things Relax with Sandi D.
Eileen Franco, Radiant Wellness

All Things Relax with Sandi D.

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 70:23


Show NotesIn this episode, Sandi speaks with Eileen Franco, Holistic Menopause Wellness Coach and founder of Radiant Wellness Company. Eileen shares her holistic health journey, why she became a menopause wellness coach and how women can make lifestyle changes to better navigate this important change. Eileen brings her certified Project Management Professional (PMP) experience from the corporate world to the table and understands what working women are going through when they are walking through peri-menopause and menopause. She talks about energy depletion, insomnia, depression, severe brain fog, hot flashes, night sweats, and other symptoms due to the hormonal imbalance. The three stages peri-menopause, menopause, and post-menopause and usually overlap. Eileen talks about the hormone command center. Eileen talks about the controversy between traditional doctors vs functional medicine practitioners regarding adrenal fatigue. Adrenal fatigue includes brain fog, anxiety, salt craving, blood sugars issues, low libido, etc. Overproduction of cortisol can lead to adrenal fatigue. Eileen says you need to change your lifestyle–after taking care of others, it's time to recreate yourself to support you and your body. “Self-care is how you take your power back,” according to Eileen.Her self-care routine includes yoga with relaxing music, crocheting, sitting outside in nature (grounding), and dancing cardio.She's inspired by women who have overcome struggles and gone on to help others. She is inspired by Oprah. In July Eileen shared her story in Oprah's The Life You Want class. Eileen applied to be on the panel and was selected! Eileen talks about the importance of educating men too so that they can support their partner when the women in their life is going through menopause. Eileen has 1:1 coaching as well as an 8 week group program to help women transition to a healthier lifestyle. She also has a DIY digital program as well. Eileen FrancoWebsiteInstagram FacebookLinkedInAll Things Relax StudiosInstagram WebsiteLinkedInRock Star Media Training Production CreditsProduced By: G at All Things Relax StudiosVoice Overs & Promotional Spots: Sandi D & GMusic Licensed: Soundstripe: Fantoms (ASCAP) & Hunter Parks (BUMA/STEMRA), All Things Relax Studios

MARAKUA
Telo mi jedného dňa vyplo (ONDREJ KOVAĽ epizóda stoôsma)

MARAKUA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 60:47


Som povrchný filmový divák. Mal som obdobie, kedy sa mi nič nechcelo z vedľajších účinkov liekov. Byť zodpovedný neznamená prísť niekam načas. Adrenalín dokáže divy. Ak by som mal žiť trhovým systémom, tak by som sa sťažoval, že som podhodnotený. Kvôli totálnej únave som lietal, hneď ako som si ľahol.  Nový SAMSUNG Z FOLD 4  https://www.samsung.com/sk/smartphones/galaxy-z-fold4/  NEXT? PÁČIA SA MU POKÉMONI, ČO VYZERAJÚ JAK ZEMIAK S OČAMI  https://open.spotify.com/episode/5utpHuKaqTiXznelhyVEsx?si=lQbVtUxiRXunjayxnTufNQ  TOPprodukcia @marakua_passionpodcast by ZAPO  

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein
Finding the secrets to sustainable success and leading woman entrepreneurs to finding freedom with Rachel Cook

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:26


Finding the secrets to sustainable success and leading woman entrepreneurs to finding freedom with Rachel Cook In her words:  I teach savvy, soulful, smart women to uncomplicate their businesses so they can work less and live more. After earning my MBA in Entrepreneurship, winning the National Small Business Institute Competition, and working for several years consulting small businesses and tech start-ups, I hit burnout. Ten panic attacks in ten weeks. Adrenal fatigue from too many years of working 75 hour weeks, eating on the go, and taking zero care of myself. Since that breakdownthrough, I've dramatically re-designed every aspect of my business based on my own definition of success {where creating a meaningful life is just as important as creating a meaningful living}.

Muscle Medicine
How one Thyroid Strong client boosted her energy

Muscle Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 18:38 Transcription Available


Welcome to this week's episode of Thyroid Strong where Maria Billis, a client of Thyroid Strong, joins me to share her journey with Hashimoto's and how she found the missing piece in relieving her fatigue and boost her energy from incorporating the Thyroid Strong workouts into her daily routine. Key Takeaways Maria starts her journey the same way most of us do with Hashimoto's, going back and forth with doctor after doctor trying to find the right answer. For Maria, though, her only symptom was fatigue and burnout in the early afternoon, not the typical weight gain and hair loss. Now, with Thyroid Strong she is optimizing her workouts to avoid burnout and she has more energy in the morning and throughout the day. Hashimoto's Before Finding Thyroid Strong Maria suffered from waking up tired, and a 2pm burnout followed by an 8pm burnout. She lives a high intense lifestyle, both with stress and her workout routines. She did not pick up weights, instead, she delved into 45-minute to one-hour power yoga sessions. Each workout gave her more injuries, and tendonitis of the knees became the norm. Working Out without Burning Out Leads to a Boost in your Overall Energy Maria found Thyroid Strong and began incorporating weights in her workout routines, dialed it back to 20-30 minutes, and set aside her power yoga. She put a load on her tendons to heal them instead of trying to massage them out and with enough time for her body to fully recover, Maria became stronger. She feels energized, she moves better, and she now loves lifting weights. In This Episode Maria Bellis' journey to her diagnosis with Hashimoto's [2:44] Maria's Hashimoto's symptom of fatigue and how it affected her [3:27] Adrenal burnout [5:09] What Maria's workouts looked like before Thyroid Strong [5:42] Tendonitis and how to work towards healing it [6:52] Picking up weights for the first time [8:32] For those hesitating about Thyroid Strong and taking the leap in the workouts [11:17] The importance of living a healthy lifestyle for your body [15:39] Quotes “I just feel solid. I feel like I'm getting solid. That's so worth it to me.” [9:52] “I see that people do your type of training, and they move better. They walk better, they feel better. They have better posture. I have more energy from it, too.” [11:57] “I'm looking forward to just being as optimally healthy as I can.” [15:03] DISCLAIMER THIS PODCAST/WEBSITE/COACHING SERVICE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. The information, including but not limited to text, graphics, images, and other material contained, are for informational purposes only. NO material on this show/website/coaching practice/or special guests are intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of YOUR physician or another qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding medical treatment. Never delay seeking medical advice because of something you read/hear/see on our show/website/or coaching practice. Listen to the episode on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thyroid-strong/id1425627401 (Apple Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/1EkTBDKRscaAoZ0Ixwa8nY (Spotify), https://www.stitcher.com/show/muscle-medicine-debunking-myths-around-nutrition-exercise (Stitcher), or on your favorite podcast platform.  Topics Covered: Exhibiting only one common symptom of Hashimoto's Boosting your energy by incorporating weights into your workouts Dialing your workouts back to 20-30 minutes, 3-4 days a week Incorporating Thyroid Strong into your daily routine to see a significant difference in your energy levels Follow Dr Emily Kiberd: https://dremilykiberd.com/ (Thyroid Strong Website) http://instagram.com/dremilykiberd (Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/groups/thyroidstrong/ (Facebook) https://twitter.com/dremilykiberd?lang=en (Twitter) https://www.tiktok.com/@dremilykiberd (TikTok) If you want more information on when the next...

Less Stressed Life : Upleveling Life, Health & Happiness
#251 Adrenal PCOS or hypothalamic amenorrhea? DIY'ing PCOS + food recs and testing for PCOS with Jillian Greaves, MPH, RD

Less Stressed Life : Upleveling Life, Health & Happiness

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 47:42 Transcription Available


INTRO: This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast; I am joined by  Functional Dietitian and Women's Health Specialist Jillian Greaves MPH, RD. We discuss the different types of PCOS, food recommendations, and testing.KEY TAKEAWAYS:PCOS MythsTypes of PCOS Adrenal PCOS Symptoms The difference between hypothalamic amenorrhea & PCOSEating to heal your PCOSGUEST SHARED HELPFUL TIPS ON:Get diagnoses for PCOS & how to identify which type of PCOS you haveSupport foundations for PCOSThe starting point for healing PCOSLINKS TO PREVIOUS PCOS EPISODES:#050 PCOS Nutrition with Angela Grassi, MS, RDN#069 Painful periods, endometriosis, PCOS, fertility & inflammation with Melissa Groves, RDN#120 PCOS and Estrogen the Superhero with Dr. Felice Gersh#018 Food writer to Food Woes: How overcoming PCOS, Thyroid and Gut health issues changed Kate's Kordsmeier's young lifeABOUT GUEST:Jillian is a Functional Dietitian and Women's Health Specialist. She provides comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle counseling to women, with a special emphasis on PCOS, hormone balance, and digestive health. Jillian helps clients identify and address the root causes of their hormone and digestive symptoms naturally using advanced lab testing, personalized nutrition, and supportive lifestyle therapies as the first line of intervention. Jillian runs a virtual private practice based in Boston, MA and is the creator of the Empowered PCOS Program. It's her mission to empower women to take back control of their health, reclaim their confidence, and experience life at its fullest potential.WHERE TO FIND       :Instagram:  @jilliangreavesrd Website: https://jilliangreaves.com/ WHERE TO FIND CHRISTA:https://www.christabiegler.com/On IG: instagram.com/anti.inflammatory.nutritionist/Shop our Favoriteschristabiegler.com/shopLoving the podcast? Leave us a review and ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY NOW!Sharing & reviewing this podcast is the BEST way to help us succeed with our mission to help integrate the best of East & West empower you to raise the bar on your health story. Just go to https://reviewthispodcast.com/lessstressedlifeSPONSORS:A special thanks to our VIP sponsor RUPA Health, our lab concierge service that helps our clients get standard bloodwork 2/3 off retail direct to consumer lab test pricing. Let them know I sent you when you sign up for your free practitioner account.

Heal Your Hormones with Dr. Danielle
32: Q&A: Metformin, Adrenal Cocktails, Nontoxic Sunscreen and More

Heal Your Hormones with Dr. Danielle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 39:06


In this episode I answer some of the questions you submitted over on Instagram including my thoughts on metformin for PCOS, how to make an adrenal cocktail, my favorite nontoxic sunscreens, and more. Stay in touch... The PCOS Pregnancy Protocol - apply here To work with Dr. Danielle, please click here to schedule your strategy session. For inquiries, please email info@drdanielledesroche.com Website: www.drdanielledesroche.com Tiktok: @drdanielle.nd Instagram: @drdanielle.nd The information provided in this episode is intended for educational purposes only and is not to be taken as medical advice. Please consult your health care provider before beginning or stopping any new treatment.

A Little Bit Healthier
16. Simple Strategies to Optimize Adrenal and Thyroid Health Through Nutrition and Lifestyle with Samantha Gladish

A Little Bit Healthier

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 29:21


This episode is for you if you struggle with fatigue and burnout and want to balance your hormones. In this episode, Samantha Gladish identifies simple strategies to optimize both through nutrition and lifestyle. We dive into how the hormones are connected and what is really happening when you experience adrenal fatigue. It's so important to prioritize yourself, emphasize down-time, and manage stress. Learn how stress is the foundation of thyroid, adrenal fatigue, and overall hormonal balance.      We will dive into: What is adrenal fatigue?  Symptoms associated with adrenals/thyroid The importance of managing stress The connection between the adrenals and the thyroid  What a thyroid healing diet looks like Weight struggles and what factors are at play Lifestyle strategies to healing hormones   As a Hormone Nutritionist, Samantha Gladish specializes in helping women optimize their metabolism, overcome burnout and heal their thyroid. Samantha's passion and excitement for helping women live healthier, happier lives comes across in everything she does. She has a knack for taking complicated nutrition and health information and delivering it in a way that is accessible, easy to understand and informative. She is the Amazon best-selling author of The 30-Day Hormone Solution and host of the popular podcast, The Wellness Witch.   Links:  Website: https://dranirostomyan.com/ Instagram: @holisticwellnessfoodie  Gift: Free 5-Day Sugar Detox - https://holisticwellness.ca/sugardetox   For more info on the host, visit www.megmill.com and follow Meg on Instagram @drmegmill. I would love for you to screenshot the episode and tag me so we can connect! Don't forget to leave a review! Do you feel like you are living with hormonal chaos? Check out how these 5 herbs can start you on your journey to hormone harmony. Click here to download your free guide.

BackTable Urology
Ep. 49 Evaluation and Management of Adrenal Masses with Dr. Alexander Kutikov

BackTable Urology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 50:28


Healthpath
Estrogen with Marek Doyle

Healthpath

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 76:56


In todays episode of the podcast Marek Doyle returns to speak about oestrogen. We discuss: The role of oestrogen. The key oestrogen receptors: alpha and beta. Estrogen detoxification. The role of stress and inflammation in oestrogen regulation. Supplements to support estrogen balance. The menopause. Listen to our previous discussions here: Adrenal dysfunction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tm3u7zgW6Q&t=0s Thyroid health: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54pshZK1B-g&t=1701s You can learn more about Marek, read his articles, and learn about his practitioner training courses at: https://www.marekdoyle.com Our team at Healthpath help people take charge of their gut health. Visit our website to learn more: https://healthpath.com Order a SIBO test: https://healthpath.com/products/sibo-hydrogen-breath-test-uk/ Order a gut microbiome test: https://healthpath.com/products/microbiome-gut-bacteria-test-uk/ Work with a healthpath practitioner: https://healthpath.com/practitioners/ Visit our blog: https://healthpath.com/blog/ Follow us on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/ourhealthpath/ Follow Alex on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/alexandermanos/ Sign up to my new newsletter: https://healthpath.com/newsletter/

Gut Health, Mental Health, Liver Detox, Trauma Help & Holistic Medicine with Dr. Ameet Aggarwal ND

Summary In this session Dr Ameet takes the audience into experience, guiding trough different exercises and therapy techniques. He tackles self judgment, grounding, safety, family entanglement, belief systems. He goes trough a whole list of homeopathic remedies explaining their specific function. He also shares about the physiological response of the body to stress and the impact nutrition can have. Three things you will learn this episode: The connection between gut health and liver function, inflammation and the adrenal system. How to deal with family entanglement and belief systems. How homeopathy works and the description of some remedies. Timestamps [06:00] Anxiety grounding techniques to let go judgment - "...from time to time" [13:00] Adrenal, gut, liver health and inflammation. [20:00] Liver function in hormones regulation. [27:00] Thyroid hormones and hormonal imbalance. [36:00] Long term effects of trauma on the body. [37:00] How to heal trauma - the difference between affirmations and positive psychology. [46:00] How homeopathic remedies work. [56:00] More specific homeopathic remedies. [60:04] How Family constellation works. Links Dr. Ameet's Free Holistic Medicine Courses Online & eBooks | Therapy Sessions: Holistic Medicine Doctors

Gut Health, Mental Health, Liver Detox, Trauma Help & Holistic Medicine with Dr. Ameet Aggarwal ND

Summary Dr Ameet shares his knowledge and experience in healing the mind and body together. He explains what are beliefs systems and their impact on emotional health and trauma. He shares about the 3 pillars of health: liver, gut and adrenals. He explains the connection between the physical health and anxiety, depression, stress. Three things you will learn this episode: A compassionate approach towards healing from self love. An understanding of how the body works in connection to mood change. Practical experience of emotional healing exercises. Timestamps [02:40] Holistic medicine for anxiety. [03:15] What is the treatment for depression and anxiety. [05:00] What are belief systems. [06:00] Emotional healing exercise example. [07:00] Liver, Gut and Adrenals as the 3 pillars oh health + Neurotransmitters [08:00] Can leaky gut cause anxiety? [11:00] Liver stagnation and how to heal gallbladder sludge. [13:00] Adrenal fatigue natural treatment. [16:30] How to reduce stress hormones naturally. [17:30] Sit with your past and heal. [19:00] Free Holistic Medicine Courses Online. [21:45] How to learn to love yourself. Links Dr. Ameet's Free Holistic Medicine Courses Online & eBooks | Therapy Sessions: Holistic Medicine Doctors

Her Brilliant Health Radio
Master Your Stress Reset Your Health

Her Brilliant Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 36:02


Do you feel like your health is spiraling out of control? Are you struggling to manage your stress and feeling overwhelmed?   If so, you're not alone.   Midlife women are under more stress than ever before, and it's taking a toll on our health. From work to family to our social lives, we are constantly juggling and trying to do it all.   But what if there was a way to reset your health and manage your stress? Dr. Doni Wilson is here to help us do just that.   On this episode of the Hormone Prescription Podcast, Dr. Wilson, a Naturopathic Doctor, certified professional midwife, certified nutrition specialist, and bestselling author of Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health, shares her expertise on how to master your stress and reset your health. She offers practical tips and advice on how to make small changes in your life that can have a big impact on your overall health.   For more than 22 years, she has helped thousands of patients overcome health challenges and achieve wellness by using specific strategies that address the whole body and ultimately resolve the underlying causes of distress. Dr. Doni suffered from migraines for over 20 years, and in the process of solving them, she developed her Stress Recovery Protocol.   Dr. Doni brings awareness to the impact of stress on our health and how it is possible to recover from burnout and become resilient to stress in the media and at public and professional events. You can find her blog, podcast, called How Humans Heal, and her Self C.A.R.E.™ program at DoctorDoni.com   In this episode, you'll learn: How to recover from burnout and become resilient to stress The connection between stress and hormone imbalances Why it's important to get to the root cause of your health problems The different types of stress How stress affects our genetic expression The CARE method of stress recovery How hormones and neurotransmitters influence our stress response And much more!   If you're ready to make some changes in your life and take control of your health, this episode is for you. Tune in now and learn how to master your stress and reset your health with Dr. Doni Wilson.   (00:00): "You can't pour from an empty cup," says Dr. Doni Wilson. She's gonna teach you how to master your stress to reset your health in today's podcast.   (00:10): So the big question is how do women over 40, like us keep weight off, have great energy balance. Our hormones in our moods feel sexy and confident and master midlife. If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself. Again. As an OB GYN, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock, solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy. After 40 in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results. And to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges, join me for tangible natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin. Dunston welcome to the hormone prescription podcast.   (01:04): Hi everybody. And welcome back to the hormone prescription with Dr. Kyrin. Thanks so much for joining me today, where we're gonna talk about mastering your stress to reset your health with Dr. Doni Wilson. It's so true that you can't pour from an empty cup. It's so much of, many of us are living our lives at midlife from an empty cup, wondering why we feel terrible. And our health is tanking. While Dr. Doni Wilson has cracked the code on mastering your stress, which is the key to reset your health. She's gonna tell you all about it today. She is a naturopathic doctor, certified professional midwife certified nutrition specialist and bestselling offer of master your stress, reset your health. For more than 22 years, she has helped thousands of patients overcome health challenges and achieve wellness by using specific strategies that addressed the whole body and ultimately resolved the underlying causes of distress. She suffered from migraines for over 20 years. And in the process of solving this, she developed her stress recovery protocol. Dr. Doni brings awareness to the impact of stress on our health and how it is possible to recover from burnout and become resilient to stress in the media at public and professional events. You can find her blog podcast called how humans heal and her self C a R E program at Dr. doni.com. Please help me welcome Dr. Doni.    (02:31): Thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited about your book. That's already out faster, your stress reset your health, and we're gonna dive into it. I know people hear so much about stress and we can tend to not pay attention when people are talking about it, but I want everyone to really pay attention because here you have a doctor who specializes the, in this and is saying that this is the thing that you need to do to reset your health. How did you come to this?   (02:58): Understanding? It was through life experience. A lot of it really, you know, like, because I, in addition to going through various stresses of my life, like training to be a naturopathic doctor and a midwife and being a mom and running a practice and running a business, you know, but I think a lot of people go through these stresses, right. But it's just that I came through it also with my own health issues. I had migraines for over 20 years, I was getting migraines and these were migraines that would take me out for days. Like I'd be literally in the bed or on the floor. And I would try different treatments, different medications. I tried acupuncture. I tried herbs, I'm trained as naturopathic doctor. So I was like, I'm willing to try anything. And still it wasn't helping. These migraines would just keep coming. And each time it would knock me down.   (03:49): Like, I'd be like, what else am I supposed to do? I can't, how am I supposed to keep going like this in having these unpredictable migraines happening and no solutions. And I think, you know, that's why I relate to a lot of people out there who maybe that's not migraines. Maybe they have some other health issue where they feel like they've been trying and they just are not getting answers and they're not feeling better. And it's just that in my case, because I, of my training and my interest in understanding the human body and willingness, right. I'm willing to do, if it needs to be a diet change, if it needs to be a supplement, if it, what, if it's a test I need to do, I'm like I'm willing to do it. And so I just kept on working on it and I kind of worked on it in isolation actually, honestly, because I felt too ashamed.   (04:41): I, and I think a lot of people feel this way too, when they have symptoms caused by stress, we feel like we're, it's not supposed to happen. We're supposed to be better than that. Right. We're supposed to be able to charge through life and keep up with everything and it's not supposed to affect us. And so I didn't feel like I could say anything cuz I felt embarrassed. And so instead I just worked on it in isolation. I did along the way I was, I was speaking and I was publishing articles and publishing books and say of everything I learned, right? Like what helped. And there were many things along the way, over the past 20 some years where I was like, well, this dietary change made a difference. This approach made a difference. And every time I found something, I would talk about it that way.   (05:26): But I wouldn't necessarily talk about it from my perspective of having migraines. Right? And so only in the past couple years, because I was still getting the migraines, you know, I maybe saw 10% difference or 20% difference or 50% difference. And I was like, but they're still happening. And it was only just a few years ago that I ended up making a whole bunch of additional changes. And the ever since then the migraine stopped that. And one of the major changes I made is I started talking about it and this is why, you know, I'm here talking with you today about it saying if the more we can actually become aware and talk about how stress is affecting us, that's the first step for changing the whole pattern, right? Like get out of silence about it.   (06:16): When you talk about stress, can you define for everybody what you're talking about? Are you just talking about, I have too many things to do on my to-do list. It's never ending. My family makes me crazy. And life just feels stressful. Or are you talking about something else also?   (06:37): Definitely. And I'm so glad you're asking this question. This is one of the questions that when I'm on an airplane, by the way, the person sitting next to me, this is one of the most common questions they ask me is like, what do you mean by stress? You know, cuz they'll ask me, what do you do? And I say, I specialize in stress and they say, what do you really mean by that? And the thing is is that we like the ones you mentioned. We often think about our day to day, psychological stresses, our deadlines, our financial stresses. And these are definitely stresses that affect us. But that's not the only stresses that affects us in the category of stress. I would also include things like lack of sleep. Like when we, you know, last night yesterday, for example, I had to take an early morning flight.   (07:23): I did not get enough sleep. I'm very aware that that was a stress on my body that I'm gonna need to recover from today. Right? But it's the awareness. This was a stress. Also certain foods can be a stress to us, right? If we are consuming foods that are gonna be inflammatory to our bodies, throw off our blood sugar levels, disrupt or cause leaky gut and disrupt our gut bacteria right now, the food we're eating is actually stressing our system. Or another example is toxins toxins, either in the products we're putting on our skin or on our food as pesticides or in our environment, these toxins are also a stress on our system. And so when we look at it from that perspective, a even a injury can be a stress, right? Or a surgery can be a stress like we know from science it's anything that triggers our stress response and causes our body to need to go into a recovery in order to get back to optimal again.   (08:24): Yes. So I hear you mentioning, it's not just psychosocial and this is what I want everyone to hear because if you only think it's that you'll miss. Yeah. The rest of the iceberg under the ice, ,   (08:39): It's a big ice for Gunda there for   (08:42): Right. The chemical stressors I heard you mentioned, which could be foods that you're eating, that you think are healthy, but might be causing you a stress response. It, it could be so many things. It could be something in the deodorant that, that you're using. It can be flying in an airplane itself is stressful. Right?   (09:00): exactly. And so the key is that because a lot of people will say to me, well, can you teach me how to be stress free? And I say to them, that's not my goal. It would be impossible. First of all, because as humans we're gonna have stress. And in fact, we want to have some stress there's stresses that are good for us. Exercise create is a stress that at a certain quantity is good for us. It helps our bodies to be challenged, to grow muscles, you know, and, and use our heart. It's not about eliminating all stress. Really? The goal is how do we understand where the stress is? So just conversation we're having, how do we notice the stresses that we have in our lives and how do we ensure that we have enough to counterbalance it enough? What I call anti-stress to counterbalance the stress so that our bodies can come back to optimal on a regular basis. It's when we, when we don't have enough, anti-stress we get thrown off, right? I know you're familiar with this where we just get, we get burned out. We get, it becomes normal and familiar to feel constantly stressed.   (10:13): Yes. I love that. It's about having enough anti-stress to counterbalance the stress we have. It's not about teaching people how to be stress free. That is a quotable. I love that. Mm-hmm and Donny, you talk about five different types of stress and that's the first time I've heard that. So I'm super excited for you to talk about that. What are the five types?   (10:37): Okay. So this is based on cortisol and adrenaline levels. So let's, this is understanding the stress response. We have a built in stress response system. We have these stress hormones that communicate stress throughout our bodies. We have cortisol, which a lot of people have heard about cortisol as a stress hormone and adrenaline. We want our cortisol adrenaline. Actually, we don't have enough. That's not good either. We need to have just the right amount at a certain time of day under certain circumstances, right? So we need a Al amount of cortisol adrenaline. And so what happens is when we're under this chronic stress that you and I are talking about, our cortisol and adrenaline levels become disrupted either too high or too low. And it's not the same for everyone, but the treatment is different. So here's the thing is a lot, a big mistake I see often is people, maybe they notice they have stress.   (11:34): Maybe they even have their cortisol levels tested. And then they decide I'm gonna take a supplement to help with my cortisol. But if they're not taking the right herbs and nutrients in that supplement to address their specific imbalance, they're not gonna feel better. And I see this mistake happen all the time, right? That all the time they're taking the wrong supplement for this situation. So this is why I'm so standing out and saying, listen, we have different stress type patterns when you're under stress is different than when I'm under stress likely, right? Like, so we need to know are us dress type pattern where your cortisol and adrenaline are stuck in a high mode. In which case we are gonna give specific treatment for that to help bring it back to optimal or our us dress type where your cortisol and adrenaline are stuck in a low mode where they're too low.   (12:30): And now your're functioning with two little cortisol adrenaline. Well, we can address that, but we need to use the right herbs and nutrients that help raise it back up to optimal, right. Or there can also be the opposites. What a person could have high cortisol, low adrenaline or high adrenaline, low cortisol. So it's imp what I found in my, in my practice and in my research is it's so important to know where you are so that we can give you the right treatment. And even then we need the treatment to be specific to your stress type, to be effective. (13:04): Yes. So true. I see it all the time. In fact, someone had, I think reached out to me on social media last week and said something about, I think I have adrenal fatigue is what she said. And I've been taking, she named this supplement, but I don't feel any better was her complaint. And of course I said, well, you need to get tested yeah. Yeah. So talk about like, how do you figure out your stress type? How do you know if you're high, low, low, high everybody's high everybody's low?   (13:34): How do you know? So, and here's the thing is you mentioned the, the NA the word adrenal fatigue. This is a common terminology that's used, but it's really vague. It doesn't tell us anything, right? It doesn't tell us what's going on with your cortisol and adrenaline. So I tend to call it instead. Adrenal distress, adrenals distress means to me, there's some imbalance with your cortisone adrenaline, but now we need to find out what that imbalance is. And I did develop in, in the book, the master, your stress reset your health book, mm-hmm . And on my website, I developed a quiz. You can take where you go through and you, you answer the questions and it tells you likely what your stress type is. So at least your close to, you know, knowing what it is. So you can treat it specifically best is if you can do a test, and this is where we do cortisol testing, but we don't just test the cortisol at one time a day, right?   (14:26): We gotta test the cortisol in the morning when you wake up, when it should be a little higher, and then we're gonna test it in the middle of the day, the evening and the bedtime, when it should be lowest, right? If we only tested one time a day, we're missing a lot of the information. We need to measure it at different times a day, which we can do either in saliva or urine. So people can do this test at home. Like you can spit in a tube at different times a day, or we collect urine at different times of day to measure your cortisol. And then you're gonna know, is my cortisol too low or too high? Or maybe it's even a combination of the two. Maybe you have too low at certain times of day too high at certain times of day, right? Yes.   (15:04): And this, and then we can also measure the adrenaline levels. Adrenaline can be measured in the urine. So this, again, a test you can do at home. So then we actually know what, how stress is affecting you. These are your internal stress messages, and they're not just responding to the stress of today or the stress of yesterday. They're actually responding to the stress of your life and even your parents' life, right? Like this is when we look at your cortisol and adrenaline levels, it's showing us your unique pattern that exists in your body at this point in time, based on your genetics and your stress exposure. And we need that information because then we can actually help you feel better. So if you, like you said, this person said they're taking something, but they don't feel better. That's a clear sign to me that they're probably taking the wrong product for their stress time.   (15:58): Right. And I hear that all the time. I'd love what a couple things you just said, I wanna highlight. So you mentioned that your body's responding to stress, not only that you're dealing with, but of your parents. Can you talk a little bit about that? Cuz I think that's probably foreign to most people.   (16:16): Yeah. It's actually a study show. I mean, we, we look at, first of all, childhood exposure to stress, we know that when we are exposed to, to stress in childhood, which most, all of us had some degree of stress in our childhood that that influences our health throughout our lives. Unless we start doing stress recovery and helping our bodies recover. Right. And not only that, but the studies show that stress that from our parents and our grandparents affects our genetic expression. So it affects how our body responds to stress in this lifetime is so amazing. Right? And I look at it as, I mean, there's always two sides of the coin, right? We could look at it as well. My grandparents went through all this stress or I had all this stress in my childhood. So now I'm doomed to have increased risk of diabetes and dementia and heart disease and cancer. Or you could look at the other side of the coin and you could say, wow, I know my parents had stress. I know I had stress, but I also know that I can do something about it. Starting at whatever point you are in your life, you can make diet changes. You can start doing recovery activities, start addressing your stress type so that you can decrease your risk of health issues going forward.   (17:33): So true. And you mentioned something else about genetics, is that, is that how our trans the stress is transported from generation to generation? Isn't it through the, through genetics?   (17:44): Yeah. Through what we call epigenetics or genetic expression mm-hmm so we, you know, for so long, even scientists were like, we, they thought we were gonna figure out the human genome and be able to match up to every health condition. And we were gonna solve all the health conditions by knowing our genes. Right. We were like, oh, you know, all the genes we're gonna solve everything. And so they ran this huge human genome project and studied all the genes. And when they came out the end of it, they figured out that that was not the case. That actually what's more determinant of our health and our risk of health issues is our stress exposure and our environment . So that says like, okay, yes, of course we have genes and we have this genetic interplay from that we are born with, from our ancestors. However, that doesn't mean it's set in stone. We have every ability to shift that genetic expression going forward and for future generations.   (18:43): Yes. Super important to know. Can you talk a little bit about your care method of stress recovery?   (18:50): Mm-hmm so I use the acronym care to mean clean eating, adequate sleep, recovery activities, and exercise. So these are all daily activities that we can choose, right? And even eating is something we definitely do every day. Sleeping is something we hope we do every day. recovery activities and exercise. There's ways that we can choose each of these areas. That's gonna help us with our stress recovery. And there's a ton of research on all of these areas. This is, I have all the references in the book because I was so interested. I really wanted to see, is it even possible that we should be implementing diet and sleep and exercise and even recover activities like meditation based on our stress type. Like, is there a certain time of day or duration or type of activity, that's gonna be better for someone who has high cortisol, high adrenaline, I call a stress magnet, you know, where, how should they be implementing care versus the person who has low cortisol, adrenaline, who I call blah and blue, how should they be implementing care? And so that's, what's in the book is like, so I want you to be able to know your stress time and then know how to implement your clean, eating, your sleep, your recovery activities and your exercise in a way that matches your body. So your body can actually recover.   (20:21): Yeah. I think a unique approach for each person is so important and I love how you outline the different phases in your book, and you give details on what everybody should be doing. So we'll for sure link to the quiz so they can take it. I do encourage everyone to get the book cuz it's she really, Dr. Donny has done an excellent job of outlining exactly what you need to do, how to know what your stress type is. Three step approach, unique for your situation. So you can kind of sort this out. And I have seen so many people actually who use this type of very structured, detailed information that you offer, fix this without ever having a test.    (21:04): Yeah. It's definitely possible. You can. That's why in the book it's like you could fo literally follow the steps in the book and have such an improvement. And the key here is that, you know, because I know people hear about all different kinds of approaches to health. What I'm doing is I'm looking from a bird's eye view. I'm looking at it as how can we be most strategic about recovering from any health issue? So let's say a person has autoimmunity, right? And we know that autoimmunity is triggered by stress, right? The research says it very clearly, but they don't give you any directions on what to do about it. We just know stress causes autoimmunity. So what we wanna say is, oh my gosh, if there's an autoimmune condition, say Hashimotos or Crohn's disease or rheumatoid arthritis or any other of the hundreds of autoimmune conditions we need, if we really wanna be solving it effectively, we need to be thinking of it from how do we help the body recover from stress so that we can turn off the autoimmunity and the person can then go through their life without having autoimmunity.   (22:10): Amazing. I see it in all the time with my patients, right? Or you name it any other health, even if it's a, you know, even if it's say a blood sugar imbalance or fatigue or anxiety, these are symptoms to me, these are indications that the body is overstressed. And it's trying to tell us that, right? It's giving us symptoms that are saying, it's a stress alarm going off saying some there's a stress signal that's ending up causing these either digestive issues, hormone imbalances, immune related issues and neurological or nervous system issues. That's how it shows up. And so this strategy to me is so important for everyone as an underlying root cause strategy, right?   (22:56): Yes. It's so true. Can you share maybe some stories of clients you work with? You know, most of the women who listen to my podcast are somewhere between 40 to 60, some older, some younger, and invariably they know that stress is affecting their health. Yeah. And I know when it happened to me, when I was in my forties, , you know, late forties and I weighed 243 pounds and I only had enough energy to work and sleep. And I had depression, anxiety. My hair was falling out, no sex drive. I had irrit all about, like I had this laundry list of what I call, right. The laundry list of midlife, metabolic complaints about the effects of stress right here. I was board certified OB GYN. And I know there are women listening right now who are saying like, okay, I get it. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Stress. But how do I know that if this is for me, I'd love, love it. If you could share some stories of some patients that you've worked with, who this they might identify with and say, oh my gosh, that's me. I have those symptoms. I need to take that quiz. I need to read that book.   (24:05): Yeah. Because a lot of times we're kind of functioning and we're not even really, we're like, it's so unusual and familiar. We don't even realize, oh, this, this was caused by stress. Like sometimes it's, it's something like if you're grinding your teeth at night, or you mentioned your hair's falling out. Right. So it could be symptoms like that where you're like, okay, now I've gotta go to get a mouth guard from my teeth because I'm grinding my teeth. I have maybe it's anxiety, but maybe you're not calling it anxiety. Maybe it's like just constant worry. Right? Mm-hmm maybe this worry, ruminating thoughts where you feel like you can't turn your brain off and it's like, you have a long list of things and you never, lot of, lot of times women say to me, I feel like I never get a break. Right. They're running from taking care of kids to, to taking care of, you know, their home, to taking care of their job or their business or whatever they're, they're doing else in their lives.   (24:57): Or even from 40 to 60, like this is where maybe the kids are going to college and now they, but there's always something on your to-do list. Right. You're always like I have this long to-do list. And I feel like there's never time for me. That is a, a sign for me that there, that this is like, okay, we need to intervene. It also can be, as you mentioned, severe fatigue where you feel like you wake up in the morning and you're like, I can't do anything until I've have had like several cups of coffee. And another way it shows up is in the evening, if you feel like you just can't wait for this alcohol. Right. You're like, I know, oh yeah. This and, and not to say that, like, I mean a little bit of coffee's okay. And a little bit of wine or alcohol's okay too.   (25:40): But when it get becomes where we feel like we can't even survive the next day, right. Without this, another cup of coffee or another glass of wine now we're, we're kind of medicating the stress with coffee and wine, right? So we have to kind of be honest with ourselves and say, wait a minute, is this just something I'm enjoying once in a while? Or is this where I'm depending on this for me to get through my day and accomplish these tasks, it can also show up as like I'm thinking of a, a, a patient. I, I was so excited this week. I spoke to two patients who have gone come through my phase 1, 2, 3, this step by step protocol. You mentioned, they're now at phase three and I am celebrating with them. And they're both in the 40 to 60 age range. One of them first came to me with severe anxiety and severe digestive symptoms, like bloating, gas, irritable bowel syndrome.   (26:36): She's like, how am I supposed to do this? She has children. She runs her own practice as well. She's like, how am I supposed to, to do this? I'm constantly. And she was having a lot of cravings. This is another way it comes up food cravings, right? Mm-hmm like your craving sugar, you or your appetite changes. Maybe you feel like you, nothing tastes good. And then you end up just overeating something that, you know, you really don't wanna be eating, but it's the only thing you can decide to eat. Right? And so she was just like, so feeling so awful, she was like, how am I supposed to keep going and keeping up with taking care of my daughters and myself and my family and my home. So she, we did this panel. We've saw that her cortisol levels were com were totally low.   (27:21): Her adrenaline was totally high. And so I guided her through the process. We have to first lower the adrenaline that's high before we can raise the cortisol that's low. And this is a key piece, cuz I think a lot of times people get stuck here. They find out they have low cortisol, but if someone's not checking also their adrenaline levels or knowing that this is the difference between the blah and blue stress type versus the tired and wired stress type and their treatment is different. So if you're treating yourself as blah and blue, but you're really as tired and wired, you're not gonna feel better. You're gonna feel worse. Mm-hmm so we have to first lower that high adrenaline. Once the high adrenaline comes down, then she was like, oh finally my mind feels like it's not racing. Finally. I feel like I can breathe and have a little calmness in my day and I can start. Then you can start to choose some of the selfcare it's hard to choose self-care when you're going, when you, you can't even catch your breath bakes basically. Right.   (28:20): So true.   (28:21): So then she was able to calm enough, but then, then I listen for patients to say to me, okay, the anxiety calmed down now I'm just tired. And I'm like, that's good. Because that tells me you're in phase two, we're ready to support the low cortisol. Then I can start the supplements to raise the cortisol back up to optimal. And you, the person starts to get their energy back and other things start to come back. Right? Libido comes back, digestion starts working again. Skin looks better. Everything starts to, you're like, oh my gosh, I'm back. You know? And we didn't, sometimes we don't even realize we lost ourselves. But when we find ourselves again, we're like, whoa, I was so far off of this. and then what happens is in phase three, this is why it's so exciting when I get to talk to them in phase three is they're like, first of all, they're like, thank you so much. I'm so glad I found you because I couldn't figure this out before. And I've been to all these other practitioners that didn't figure it out. They're like, but they also realize they have this empowerment and, and this feeling of like, now they know what to do to maintain over time. These women say to me, now I know if I'm under stress again, I know exactly what I need to do to get myself back on track before I end up back in burnout again.   (29:38): Yes. And I love the subtitle of the book. So it's master your stress, reset your health, the personalized program to calm anxiety, boost energy, and beat burnout. So I wanna encourage everybody if you're hearing yourself and what Dr. Dami is saying. And you're you thought that you've had it an adrenal issue and maybe you can't afford, not everyone can afford to go to a practitioner and work one on one and have the test and you can get great results with a program like this. And you're hearing the symptoms that you have. I'm definitely gonna encourage you to go take the quiz and read the book and do what she says, because you know, it works. If you're stuck in, I call that the, uh, coffee, wine, tango coffee in the morning to wind up and wine in the afternoon to wind down. That was me in my forties for sure. And I didn't realize I was medicating my, my, uh, stress issues, but now I know better. So I'm gonna encourage you to definitely check it out. And then also I wanted you to just talk a little bit, a little bit about your podcast.   (30:41): Yes, yes, yes. Oh my gosh. I'm so enjoyed having you on my podcast. It's called how humans heal. So you can find it where you usually listen to podcasts. It's also on YouTube. So if you prefer YouTube, just look for how humans heal and you can listen to you. And I talking about what YouTube, I love it. And then yes, my, you can also find it through my website at Dr. doni.com. I have a blog and, and everything there as well.   (31:07): Awesome. Well, I have to ask you, I mean, we have talked about cortisol, which is a hormone. We've talked about epinephrine, neuro epinephrine, which are really hormones. You know, neurotransmitters are just like brothers and sisters to, to hormones, but I would be remiss if I didn't ask you to connect how these hormones and neurotransmitters interact with things like thyroid estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, can you comment on that?   (31:38): Absolutely. And here's the thing is, so when we're, when we're under stress and our cortisol goes either too high or too low, and adrenaline goes too high or too low, they're signaling to everywhere else in our body, including all the hormones. So from thyroid insulin and even ovarian hormones, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, all the hormones, get this stress. You know, it's like a text message. I think of it. Like they get the text message and they're like, okay, we're in stress mode. Do the stress thing, which the thing is when we're under stress, we tend, it tends to drop our thyroid function. It tends to drop our insulin function. So now our blood sugar goes higher. It tends to drop ovarian function. So now we have less progesterone, estrogen, all, Ew, you're more likely to have PMs symptoms or fibroids or heavy bleeding in general or irregular cycles or menopausal symptoms for that manner.   (32:37): I mean, so many women that I help and I know you do too, in that perimenopausal years, if the cortisol is off balance, you're way more likely to experience perimenopausal symptoms. And yes, we're gonna address the estrogen and progesterone and testosterone and get them balanced. But amazingly, when we get the cortisol and adrenaline balanced, it's so much easier to manage these other hormones because now you're sending, you want your cortisol adrenaline to send a healthy signal to your body so that all of these other hormones can fall in line. As soon as the cortisol goes off, it's like a domino effect, right? It just wipes everything out. And as soon as the cortisol's on track, everybody's lining up and in a, in a nice harmony, you know, so they're talking to each other, these hormones are talking to each other and the more we can balance cortisol, the easier it is to keep the rest of them optimized too.   (33:32): So true. That's why I call her queen cortisol. She, it, she will be served. So I love that you wrote this wonderful book, talking about how to master your stress and reset your health. And that means master your queen cortisol, she will be very happy. Your thyroid will improve your insulin. Blood sugar will improve. Your sex. Hormones will improve. Like everything gets better.   (33:54): So everything gets better. So, and to me, it's like, it's the ultimate multitasking, right? We always, we kind of like multitasking, but sometimes when we're multitasking, we're inefficient. Right. But to me, this is a good way to multitask because by optimizing your cortisol, you're fixing so many other things, right? So it's like, Simplify it all.   (34:16): It is. It's literally like having the cleaning lady come to your house and clean your house. So you don't have to worry about it. Just do the one thing. Yeah. Thank you. and Dr. Doni for joining me, thank you for this wonderful resource for men and women. I really appreciate it. And thank you so much for joining me today.   (34:34): You're welcome. Thank you for having me.   (34:36): And thanks to everybody listening. Thanks for joining us for another episode of the hormone prescription podcast with Dr. Kyrin. I want you to not just have this information and have learned something. I want you to actually take this information and implement it in your life. So go to the show notes, click, take the quiz, check out Dr. Doni's podcast. It is amazing. She has fantastic guests. You will learn a lot and go get your master, your stress, reset your health book and start taking action today. And then think about all the ways that your life is gonna improve. Once you get this under control, share it with me on social media, what you are doing, what actions you're taking and look forward to hearing about it. And until next week, peace, love and hormones. Y'all   (35:22): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40. When we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it. If you give me a review and subscribe, it really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com, where we have some free gifts for you, and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon.   SelfC.A.R.E.™ Stress Reset Sign up for the 7-Day selfC.A.R.E.™ Stress Reset with Dr. Doni for FREE https://doctordoni.com/ddpp/stress-reset/     Feeling tired? Can't seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try? It might be time to check your hormones. Most people don't even know that their hormones could be the culprit behind their problems. But at The Hormone Club, we specialize in hormone testing and treatment. We can help you figure out what's going on with your hormones and get you back on track.   We offer advanced hormone testing and treatment from Board Certified Practitioners, so you can feel confident that you're getting the best possible care. Plus, our convenient online consultation process makes it easy to get started.   Try Her Hormone Club for 30 days and see how it can help you feel better than before.   CLICK HERE to sign up: https://www.herhormoneclub.com/  

The Hacked Life
121. The 3 Reasons Everyone Gets Sick, Why An Effective & Cheap Detox Supplement Is Never Used, & The 7 Signs You Have A Fungal Infection - Keith Morey (Super Good Stuff)

The Hacked Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 61:19


Blessed to have an amazing researcher, expert, and habitual tester like Keith Morey from Super Good Stuff (SGS) Research come on the show and share his over 27 years of experience in the health and wellness industry. I met Keith randomly at another healer's office in the LA area, when he walked in and through the practitioner a bottle and said, "You should see what this is doing for autism." Right then and there, I knew I had to talk more with Keith.Keith is the owner of Super Good Stuff supplements and his formulations are top notch. He does a lot of robust testing on himself, but then has the results with many clients and friends to back up what he's talking about. Keith has some amazing formulations that I've never even heard of such as Adrenal Cortex, which has helped many people with PTSD and trauma. His number one best seller is his Nasal Rinse formula which gets rid of everything. He's also a huge proponent of high dose MSM, something that has been around for years, but he argues no one gets any results from it, because they don't go high dose. Keith has got some interesting protocols, but again, they've worked for numerous clients, many of which I can't even talk about due to the censorship. This is an episode you're not going to want to miss. It was so good, that this is Part 1 of 2. Stay tuned to next week for the release of Part 2.Timeline6:53 - How Keith stumbled upon MSM10:23 - Sulfur is the main detoxifier in the body12:12 - Adrenal cortex takes stress out of the body, helps with PTSD, trauma17:00 - TMG (Tri-Methyl Glycine) 19:00 - How Keith only works out 4 times a year & stays in phenomenal shape25:25 - MSM gets rid of radiation and sunburn27:00 - Why MSM works so well in the body30:44 - The 3 Reasons you get sick31:57 - One antibiotic kills 2/3rd's of your digestive tract35:48 - Why people get acne, they're hormone deficient?37:45 - 7 Signs you have a fungal infection38:50 - Nicotine suppresses fungus 39:40 - The primary hub of the fungus is the gallbladder47:00 - Why old folks get lung problems, freckles52:40 - How to fix your thyroid in 18 days53:29 - Why root canals are so bad for your health56:44 - Where you can find Keith and his good productsIf you're looking for holistic health coaching and getting to the root cause of your issue, or you want to lose weight permanently through a holistic method that focuses on mindset, nutrition, detox, and habit mastery, then DM me “I'M READY”@joelevancoaching or email me info@joelevancoaching.com [www.joelevancoaching.com]

Gut Health, Mental Health, Liver Detox, Trauma Help & Holistic Medicine with Dr. Ameet Aggarwal ND

Summary Dr Ameet talks on how to heal the body by considering mind and body as one. He explains in details how the digestive system health is essential to maintain good overall health and mental health. He also talks about liver function and shares a long list of remedies, herbs and supplements for the issues he talked about. Three things you will learn this episode: How food, medications and lifestyle affect your emotions. How your digestive system and adrenal glands work. Supplements and remedies for healing inflammation, gut, liver, adrenals and more. Timestamps [01:00] Intro to the podcast and course. [03:00] What affects your emotions? [04:09] How your digestive system works. [06:30] Food and hormones. [08:00] Adrenal system and adrenal fatigue. [09:00] How to heal inflammation in the gut. [12:30] Liver function. [14:00] Bile function and constipation. [16:40] Liver and Lactate connected to anxiety. [18:30] Thyroid function. [20:30] More supplements and homeopathy. [22:00} A true story. Takeaways What affects your emotions? Number one is life experiences, stress, traumatic memory, abuse, beliefs - all that will affect your mind and contribute to anxiety and depression. The other thing what you got to realize that's affecting your emotions is diet and nutrition, so poor diet, eating too many inflammatory foods and I'll talk about that next, environmental toxins, blood sugar imbalance with eating too many carbs and just binge eating, you're going to go through ups and downs in your blood sugar levels which will give you anxiety and depression. When you damage your intestines, of course, less serotonin, less GABA is produced as well because all those good bacteria that produce these good brain chemicals are gone. And now, when you have inflammation in your body because of all the toxicity and all the immune response to the exposed food particles your body says, "I've got to produce cortisol to manage this inflammation." And the organ that produces cortisol is your adrenal system. Why is your liver important? Because it helps with blood purification, detoxification - detoxification of drugs, medications and even the toxins that your body produces when it's trying to process your foods and other chemical reactions in your body, your liver also produces bile which is basically it helps detoxify your body so it produces this juice and it releases that juice into your intestines. Bile is very, very, very important for digestion as well - it helps break down fats and other nutrients. So remember that certain vitamins require fat to be absorbed. If you cannot break down your fat really well then you're also not absorbing these important vitamins, so that's going to affect your brain chemicals. So bile is needed for digestion. Links Dr. Ameet's Free Holistic Medicine Courses Online & eBooks | Therapy Sessions: Holistic Medicine Doctors Watch the video of this podcast on Dr Ameet YouTube Channel!

Gut Health, Mental Health, Liver Detox, Trauma Help & Holistic Medicine with Dr. Ameet Aggarwal ND

Summary Dr Ameet goes in depth on how to heal past traumas that are now creating discomfort such as anxiety, depression or physical issues. He explains how the body works and he shares his favorite practices for emotional therapy. Three things you will learn this episode: Connection between trauma and chronic illnesses (neurotransmitters, inflammation, liver stagnation, digestive issues and more). Hormonal imbalances creating anxiety and depression. Practical examples of healing emotional trauma with Homeopathy, Family Constellation therapy, EMDR and somatic experience. Timestamps [03:00] How chronic illness are connected to trauma. [06:00] Intestine bacteria being affected. [10:00] Liver stagnation symptoms such as constipation, PMS... [11:30] Stress and trauma connection. [14:55] What is homeopathy and how to use it for depression. [18:40] Adrenal support treatment. [21:00] Neuroplasticity. [23:00] Family Constellation Therapy for emotional trauma. [27:00] The effect of a strong sense of duty. [32:00] Healing the mother and father wounds. [35:00] The power of healing sentences. [37:00] EMDR and somatic experience. [42:00] Dr Ameet reccomandation. Links Dr. Ameet's Free Holistic Medicine Courses Online & eBooks | Therapy Sessions: Holistic Medicine Doctors

SuperFeast Podcast
#170 Adrenal Fatigue and Repair with Sage and Dan

SuperFeast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 102:20


Are you living a life of excess? Do you feel like your battery pack is running on empty; and in constant need of a recharge? It may be time to check in with your Adrenal Glands (aka. Adrenals) and see how they're holding up.  We're just over halfway through 30 days of JING- the month where we give our Adrenals and Kidneys the nourishment and recharge they deserve. Today on the podcast, we're bringing one of favourite recordings out of the SuperFeast catalogue to keep you inspired and aligned for the remaining weeks of 30 Days of Jing and beyond. Mason, naturopath Dan Sipple, and herbalist Sage Dammers go deep in delivering vital knowledge on Adrenal health, Adrenal fatigue, and why these relatively tiny glands that are the powerhouse of the endocrine system play such a critical role in our day-to-day function. Each of them bringing their own unique wisdom and expertise to the conversation, Mason, Dan, and Sage lay out the foundations of Adrenal health, how they function, their role within the endocrine system, how they become fatigued, and the chronic illness that can set in when the symptoms of fatigue get ignored. A massive part of this conversation is dedicated to herbs/supplements that support Adrenal gland function, how gut health supports our Endocrine system and how to revitalise the Adrenals and get them back functioning optimally after fatigue.     Dan, Sage and Mason discuss: -Adrenal Fatigue. -Addison's disease. -The Endocrine System. -The role of the Adrenals. -Inflammation leaks Jing. -Mitochondrial dysfunction. -Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue. -Adaptogens for Adrenal Fatigue. -How trauma affects the Adrenals.  -Neurofeedback sessions for trauma -The emotion of fear and the Kidneys. -Chronic stress and cortisol secretion. -Herbs and Supplements for Adrenal Fatigue. -How gut health affects the Endocrine System. -Hormone production and the Endocrine System.   Foods For Adrenal Fatigue Root vegetables,  clean starches, good quality sea salt, sweet potatoes,  your taros, quinoa, buckwheat, black rice, black olives, black sesame seeds and oil, tamari or soya sauce, miso, capers, sea vegetables, jujube dates, blackberries, black beans, kidney beans, black tahini, mushrooms, seaweeds, dark kale.   Herbs that Support Adrenal Health: JING blend QI blend SHEN blend Cordyceps Deer Antler Ashwaghanda Eucommia Bark Schisandra   Who is Dan Sipple?  Dan Sipple also known as The Functional Naturopath is based on the south coast of NSW and has a special interest in gut health, immune dysfunction, pro-metabolic health, mineral rebalancing & hormones.  Dan has been in the health and wellness arena for over a decade and blends traditional herbal medicine systems and knowledge with cutting-edge functional and integrative testing to best facilitate a patient's journey to peak wellness. Who is Sage Dammers? Fuelled by a passionate desire to help people live the ultimate life and create a better world, Sage studied raw and superfood nutrition and traditional herbal systems, especially Taoist tonic herbalism. He has worked with and trained under the world's leading master herbalists and nutrition and longevity experts in Costa Rica, Australia, Bali, China, and America. Sage has developed products internationally and given lectures on peak performance nutrition in Australia, Bali, America, and France. His years of experience in this unique arena have allowed him to cultivate an unparalleled combination of cutting edge nutritional and culinary expertise. Sage has started tonic elixir bars in 5 star luxury hotels in Paris and Sydney serving longevity elixirs disguised as gourmet treats, introducing the novel concept of healthy indulgences to the market of world travellers. Resource guide Dan Website Dan Instagram Sage's website Sage's Instagram Mantak Chia Clearlight Infrared Saunas Benny Fergusson- The movement monk   Check Out The Transcript Here: https://www.superfeast.com.au/blogs/articles/adrenal-fatigue-ep-170  

Drunk Dietitians Podcast
Underfueling, Overexercising, and Missed Periods

Drunk Dietitians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 39:01 Very Popular


Cynthia has been a Registered Dietitian for over 10 years. Cynthia is a non-diet dietitian and believes in Health at Every Size. Helping women recover from Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (no period) & make peace with food is a speciality area of hers. Cynthia was driven to specialize in HA due to her own struggles with a missing period & infertility. In this episode we talk about hypothalamic amenorrhea (HA), why having no period is an issue, and how to get your period back. This episode is SO GOOD and will have YOU questioning- is sacrificing reproductive health WORTH having a smaller body? Find her on IG @period.nutritionist

Be Great With Nate
How Stress and Adrenal Issues Cause Thyroid and Hormonal Imbalance

Be Great With Nate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 39:27


If you're struggling with thyroid issues, I advise you to listen to this podcast. Anytime we experience stress, our HPA and the sympathetic nervous system turn on. As a result, we release cortisol, adrenaline, and glucocorticoids. Following exposure to stress, elevated levels of circulating glucocorticoids inhibit HPA activity at the level of the hypothalamus and pituitary. The effect of glucocorticoids on TSH secretion is likely through inhibition of TRH in the hypothalamus. This means that the more stressed you are, the more you will have issues with both adrenals and thyroid. In this podcast, I share How stress creates issues with the adrenals and thyroid. I also share steps you can take today to control stress which will help you with adrenal and thyroid issues! Join the Workshop with BeGreatWithNate on July 28 and 29th in NYC/NJ!Here's the official website for the event https://www.begreatwithnate.com/transformation-trinity References: Dr.Berg Supplement, click here Understand how Stress can cause Thyroid issues with Dr. Stephen Cabral, Click here to learn more Ray Peat's website and article about stress and thyroid issues. Want more from Nate? Click here *NEW* Get your BeGreatWithNate Merch ( shirts, hoodies, mugs, etc) CLICK HERE TIKTOK✅BEGREATWITHNATE Youtube✅- BeGreatWithNate IG✅- BeGreatWitNate

AACE Podcasts
Episode 32: Adrenal Insufficiency

AACE Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 40:58


Adrenal insufficiency is a life-threatening condition but diagnosis is typically delayed. The initial presentation is often non-specific and physician awareness must be improved to avoid adrenal crisis. Join endocrine experts Shobana Athimulam, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Endocrinology, Bone and Mineral Disorders in Henry Ford Health, Detroit, Michigan, and Lucinda Gruber, MD, Assistant Professor, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism and Nutrition at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, as they discuss the etiology and clinical presentation of patients with adrenal insufficiency, challenges in making the diagnosis, role of dynamic testing and management of special patient populations.

The Perfect Stool Understanding and Healing the Gut Microbiome
Energy, Fatigue and the Gut with Ari Whitten

The Perfect Stool Understanding and Healing the Gut Microbiome

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 59:28


Could your fatigue have its origins in your gut? Learn about how gut issues can lead to fatigue, chronic or otherwise, how to increase your energy through hormetic stress, the mitochondia-gut axis, and why the idea of adrenal fatigue really isn't supported by the scientific literature with best-selling author Ari Whitten, Founder of The Energy Blueprint. Lindsey Parsons, your host, helps clients solve gut issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally. Take her quiz to see which stool or functional medicine test will help you find out what's wrong. She's a Certified Health Coach at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or reach her via email at lindsey@highdeserthealthcoaching.com to set up a free 30-minute Gut Healing Breakthrough Session. Show Notes

The Conscious Podcast
#156 - Focusing on Fulfilment, Patience & Perspective in life with Owen Hone.

The Conscious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 68:49


Welcome to another episode on the podcast!On this episode I share an incredible conversation with legend - Owen Hone.Owen is a No BS Business & Mindset CoachIn this episode we dive deep into:Entrepreneur LifestyleRelationships challengesHow to avoid Adrenal fatigue Do we need to heal everything?The reality of relationshipsThe purpose of our intimate relationshipsWorking Hard VS FlowCreating systems for successAnd so much more!There was so much goodness and wisdom in this episode.I really enjoyed this episode and I hope you do too!Connect with Adriana:Instagram------------------------------------------Come to my 2 Day Seminar!Conscious Blueprint LIVE16 & 17 of JulyClick for tickets & to see more------------------------------------------Download my new app: SALĀApply for 1 on 1 mentorship with me:http://bit.ly/work-with-carlo------------------------------------------Connect with me: https://www.liinks.co/carlo_cirillo----------------------------------------Podcast Sponsor: Sacred Cacao10% off your orderCode: "CARLO10"www.sacredtaste.comEVA HOME$100 off your orderCode: "CARLO_CIRILLO"www.eva.com.au

Drunk Dietitians Podcast
Cortisol, Adrenal Fatigue, and Elimination Diets

Drunk Dietitians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 39:23 Very Popular


Dana Monsees is a Licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist (MS, CNS, LDN) and Body Image Coach who practices from a HAES, non-diet approach. Her philosophy combines neutral nutrition with weight-inclusive care and the principles of integrative health, to help women heal their relationship with food and their bodies as a root cause of chronic health conditions. This episode it debunks a lot of misconceptions regarding adrenal fatigue, how consistently high levels of cortisol impacts health, and dieting and health. Find Dana on IG @danamonsees_cns

Inspire Healthy Harmony.....  Health Transformation, Functional Medicine, Mindset Coaching for Women

We have come to accept stress and anxiety as being synonymous with being successful. We are stuck with the thinking that we are supposed to be these super humans and ignore the stress carrying on with long hours, sleepless nights as we suffer silently with pain, headaches, low energy, stomach issues and brain fog. We would never want to be perceived as not being able to keep up. Enough is enough! It's time to address the stress that is overpowering your life and that is exactly what we are unpacking today as we hear from Dr. Doni Wilson and her approach to calm anxiety, boost energy and beat burnout. In this podcast, we discuss... How chronic stress leads to adrenal distress Adrenal distress and its impact on overall health The effects of high cortisol The 5 stress types How to incorporate anti-stress into your life to master your stress Dr. Doni Wilson is a naturopathic doctor, natural health expert, certified professional midwife and certified nutrition specialist. She is a best-selling author and has been featured on NBC, CBS News, HuffPost, ABC and the Dr. Oz show. Dr. Doni uses a holistic approach to stress management and healing your body. Her new book is Master your Stress and Reset your Health. You can find out more at www.doctordoni.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inspirehealthyharmony/message

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS
Adrenopause: the Decline of DHEA, Low Testosterone and Low Libido

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 15:33 Very Popular


One characteristic of ageing is decreased secretion of the adrenal androgens, DHEA and DHEAS. Termed adrenopause, this condition is problematic people over 40 because DHEA contributes to 50% and 100% of testosterone production in men and post-menopausal women, respectively. Support your Circadian Rhythm and sleep with MYOXCIENCE's targeted adrenal support nutrients in the morning and evening: Use code podcast at checkout to save Link to video, research: https://bit.ly/3N0ZI8s Time Stamps:  00:10 Adrenopause is when your adrenals go into a state of decline. 00:30 About 75% of estrogens and androgens come from adrenals in post-menopausal women. 01:00 Adrenopause can appear as low DHEA, low cortisol, low cortisol awakening response, and low libido. 01:40 The adrenal medulla is the innermost portion of the adrenal gland. 01:45 Adrenal glands make epinephrine and norepinephrine. 02:00 The zona reticularis and zona fasciculata are where cortisol and other corticosteroids are released. 02:50 Cortisol should be high in the morning and lower at night. 03:30 Atrophy of portions of the adrenal glands can lead to adrenopause, which is linked with sub-optimal testosterone, poor immunologic responses, aberrant changes in estrogen and vaginal dryness. 05:40 DHEA is metabolized into testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, and estrogen, as well as affect immunologic health, brain tissue and other aspects of physiology. 07:10 Men should test DHEA before considering HRT. 08:10 You can test serum DHEA sulfate, the storage form of DHEA. 08:50 The DUTCH plus complete tests your cortisol awakening response, DHEA, melatonin, estrogen metabolites and progesterone. 09:45 Supplement timing: You may supplement adrenal glandulars and thyroid extracts in the morning and DHEA in the evening. 11:10 General dosing: men – 10 mg/decade of life, women – 2.5mg/decade of life 11:45 Insulin resistance can increase levels of androgens with DHEA supplementation. 12:20 Exposure to morning sunlight and evening sunlight can stimulate your cortisol awakening response. 12:45 The amplitude and intensity of your circadian clock system becomes muted as you age.