Today's podcast episode is about saying goodbye to chronic dieting & hello to listening to your body with Lisa Salisbury. This is a topic that so many women in the middle can relate to. My guest today is Lisa Salisbury. Lisa's a life coach for health and weight loss. She's also a former chronic dieter who went from counting and calculating all the food to listening to her body and maintaining a natural healthy weight. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-333-goodbye-to-chronic-dieting-hello-to-listening-to-your-body-with-lisa-salisbury/
One of the biggest puzzles is why some people carry so much anger, pain, depression, or anxiety even though they haven't experienced a "real trauma." This might be a sign of chronic invalidation, when someone received consistent messages that their emotions aren't valid when they're growing up. Chronic invalidation can infect early caregiving environments and can have devastating impacts on mental health in adulthood. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Marcus Rodriguez, associate professor of Pitzer College, Director of the Global Mental Health Lab and founder of the Youth and Family Institute (not to mention, our "lab brother" from Duke). Dr. Rodriguez describes what chronic invalidation looks like and how it can be treated with evidence-based therapies. To learn more about Dr. Rodriguez's clinical services for family and adolescents, check out his Youth & Family InstituteTo learn more about clinical trainings with Dr. Rodriguez, check out his training servicesSupport the showFor more info about this podcast, check out: www.alittlehelpforourfriends.comFollow us on Instagram: @ALittleHelpForOurFriends
As two practitioners with celiac who work with people with chronic health conditions, we know how hard it can be to manage chronic health symptoms during the holidays. Today we're bringing you practical tips for holiday eating with food restrictions, how to make holiday meals more enjoyable, and how to go in with a plan... The post Managing chronic health symptoms during the holidays first appeared on Dana Monsees Nutrition.
This week Jeremy interviews Justin Sayles - Host of The Ringer's "The Wedding Scammer" podcast. On this episode, Jeremy and Justin talk Coen Brothers, Dr. Dre's "The Chronic", Taxi Driver, the New England Patriots, Sage Francis, the difference between spoken and written journalism, starting the investigative side of his career, working at the Ringer, Lil' Peep, his relationship with Rob Harvilla, the new podcast "The Wedding Scammer", and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON to hear a bonus episode where Justin answered questions that were submitted by subscribers! Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER Want some First Ever Podcast merch? Click here!
Let's talk about stress and cortisol. I've seen many people get on the right track with their diet and exercise—but they're still stuck in fight-or-flight mode. Being in fight-or-flight mode, having elevated cortisol and adrenaline, for a long period isn't healthy. Chronic stress has been known to negatively affect the body in many ways, including: • Shrinking your grey matter • Shrinking your thymus gland • Creating muscle atrophy • Decreasing testosterone • Running the body on sugar (even when you're not eating sugar) • Disrupting healthy digestion • Reducing quality sleep Chronic worry and stress can also lead to ulcers, inflammation, and disease. An interesting study measured 39 people's cortisol levels before and after a 45-minute art therapy session. This study found a significant reduction of cortisol in participants. I have found that hobbies are a fantastic way to stop the fixation on stress and move your attention to something more positive. DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Themes: Nervous System Regulation, Brain Retraining, Chronic Illness Episode: Do you find yourself feeling skeptical of nervous system regulation as a tool for helping relieve chronic physical symptoms? Lindsay dives into the science behind it all. Learn how regulating your nervous system can actually heal symptoms of chronic illness and pain, for people with a variety of conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Mast Cell Activation, Fibromyalgia, and many more. Hear Lindsay's real life experiences with clients and even a client testimonial. Show Notes: -Lindsay reads a testimonial from one of her clients who has found relief and healing through Vital-Side's Rewire program for brain retraining/nervous system regulation -Dysregulation and state of chronic physiological stress; measuring the stress response -Cortisol production and the effects/ symptoms of stress -Chronic conditions that Lindsay has helped clients find relief from; how nervous system regulation sets the body up for success -Communicating “a new way of being” to your body; introducing new neural pathways; being patient with yourself as you introduce these protocols to your mind and body Resources: -Follow Rewire on Instagram here -Lindsay's Instagram: @myvitalside -Visit Lindsay's Website -Cait's Instagram: @caitmurphy.co -Click here for Cait's FREE Masterclass *ALL the content talked about in these episodes should not be used as medical advice. These episodes are to be used for informational purposes only.
On the next episode of Comics and Chronic and our first of 2 new episodes this week, the guys talk Human Target Vol. 2 by Tom King and Greg Smallwood. But first who do we like more between Drake Bell and Josh Peck? Do we like The Wackness? Would a young Ben Kingsley had made a good Lex Luthor? How good is Jake with The Sopranos? What is White Phosphorus Gabagool? Did Tom King cuck Martian Manhunter? Is this one of the better comics we read? Does Tom King take chances? Do we wish we were poisoned and banging baddies and solving mysteries? Does Cody have the Human Target will? Do we wish Guy Gardner stayed dead? Even though Batman's presence exist in this comic? Was Tom King using his experience as a CIA operative as inspiration? Is this a mature story? Is this a noir story? Is Cody Gnort? Is Jake Guy Gardner? Who is Rocket Red? What is DC Black Label? How is Greg Smallwood's art? Does Anthony sell us on a Moon Knight book? Who's the dog giving top? Does Martian Manhunter make a cameo in the Sandman comics? Whose idea was poisoning Christopher? Was it intended for Christopher or Lex Luthor? Does this comic make us want to drink and drive? Is there a Human Target tv show? What did we think about the ending? Are we glad the story ended when it did? How does compare to other Tom King books? Does Anthony take trips to Hell? Find out answers to these and more in the newest episode of Comics and Chronic! Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ComicsandChronic Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy
Let's talk about stress and how to take care of your body during chronic stress. Stress can cause deficiencies—these deficiencies can then alter your ability to react to and recover from stress. Chronic stress can be very dangerous to your health. Too much stress can lead to: • Ulcers • Heart attack • Osteoporosis • High blood pressure • Anxiety • Depression • Poor immunity Deficiencies caused by stress can include: 1. Magnesium 2. Zinc 3. Thiamine (vitamin B1) 4. Potassium 5. Vitamin B5 6. Amino acids 7. Calcium 8. Vitamin D 9. Vitamin C When you go through stress, it's easy to reach for junk foods. But it's crucial you avoid sweets and junk food, even when you're stressed. It's also important to avoid foods high in sodium when you're feeling stressed. The more stress you go through, the healthier you need to eat. Consuming red meat and a big leafy green salad would be a great meal to consume when you go through stress. An HRV (heart rate variability) device is a fantastic tool to help you measure your stress and how you respond to stress. This device can also help you better understand what type of exercise and nutrition your body needs at different times. The best ways to take care of your body during stress: • Stick to a very healthy diet (Healthy Keto®) • Get quality sleep • Exercise
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Dr. Espen Hjalmby. He is a Researcher of Neuroscience and Quantum Physics, Conscious Business Mentor, Philanthropist and Multi 7-Figure “SoulPreneur” teaching his clients how to use the power of their own Consciousness to turn Obstacles into Opportunities. Dr. Espen went from 2 broken legs and a near-death hospital infection to heal himself from the inside out, to become a personal development teacher, loving father, and a Master of all 8 Areas of Life. As a sought-after Speaker, Conscious Business Consultant, and Quantum Coach, Dr. Espen provides his students with the exact same tools and strategies he used to go from humble beginnings to becoming the co-founder and CEO of multiple 7-figure businesses while helping over 250,000 students worldwide reach their personal and professional potential. Dr. Espen's signature event The Quantum Experience delivers you the same art, science, and application of Consciousness that has transformed the lives of clients in over 12 countries through Quantum Healing, Peak Performance, Freedom, Joy, Abundance, and Impact in all 8 Areas of Life. In this episode, Dr. Espen navigates the realms of intuition, embraces discomfort, and reshapes life narratives. We explore the intricacies of the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, unraveling the delicate balance crucial for optimal performance and resilience. Plus, we embark on a journey of financial transformation as Dr. Espen unravels the psychological imprints surrounding money and abundance. Discover the key to shifting from scarcity to abundance through reprogramming the unconscious mind. Tune in as we discuss the intricate relationship between stress, presence, nutrition, and emotional eating. 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These subtle nudges often lead to transformative experiences. - We chat about the importance of leaning into discomfort. Recognizing that challenges and traumas are opportunities for growth, we discuss the importance of facing and processing these experiences. - Whether you view yourself as a victim or a master of your destiny can significantly impact your life. Changing the meaning attached to events can lead to profound transformations. - Dr. Espen shares a personal experience with breathwork that resulted in physical and emotional healing. The breathwork helped him release stored trauma, demonstrating the mind-body connection and the potential for psychosomatic healing through conscious breathing techniques. [20:50] Understanding the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Systems for Optimal Performance and Resilience - Understanding the interplay between the sympathetic (fight or flight) and parasympathetic (rest and digest) systems is crucial for achieving a beautiful state and peak performance. - The innate design favors a beautiful state (parasympathetic) 90% of the time, yet modern lifestyles often flip this balance. Chronic stress and fear-based stimuli prevalent in society contribute to an imbalance, triggering the fight or flight response more frequently than necessary. - With the imprint period (ages 1-7) crucial in shaping one's reality, choosing love-based, high-frequency content over fear or stress-based material becomes paramount for a healthy neural blueprint. - Acknowledging that challenges will arise, Dr. Espen advocates for adopting a warrior mindset. Rather than succumbing to fear, facing challenges head-on with resilience and determination allows individuals to overcome adversity and thrive in their chosen environments. [24:40] Unlocking the Power Within - Rewiring Trauma, Redefining Abundance - Dr. Espen dives into the psychological imprints surrounding money and abundance. He asserts that the root cause of financial challenges often lies in childhood imprints, where individuals unknowingly inherit fear-based money programs. - Reprogramming the unconscious mind becomes essential for shifting from scarcity to abundance. - Exploring the physiological impact of breathing, Dr. Espen elucidates the connection between breath patterns and the nervous system. By demonstrating a simple breathing exercise focused on nasal and abdominal breathing, he illustrates how conscious breathwork can stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting relaxation and countering the effects of chronic stress. - Dr. Espen demystifies meditation, emphasizing its simplicity. By bringing awareness to the breath—specifically, being conscious of inhalation and exhalation - you can guide yourself into a meditative state. - Meditation doesn't require a perfectly still mind; rather, it involves the continuous process of bringing the wandering mind back to the present moment. [36:10] Insights on Stress, Presence, Nutrition, and Emotional Eating - Dr. Espen discusses how the sympathetic nervous system, activated in the fight or flight response, diverts blood and energy away from the digestive system. This diversion is a survival mechanism, prioritizing resources for immediate physical activity rather than digestion. Understanding this interplay is crucial for recognizing the impact of stress on digestion. - Dr. Espen simplifies states of being into contraction (stress) and expansion (presence and love). He underscores the pervasive influence of these states on the nervous system, emphasizing the shift between fear-based stress and love-based presence. - Dr. Espen introduces the concept of being "overfed and undernourished." He highlights the importance of recognizing the difference between consuming calories and receiving essential nutrients. This paradigm shift, coupled with practices like intermittent fasting, can lead to improved metabolic health and increased awareness of emotional eating patterns. - It is time to confront emotions tied to food, such as anger, stress, and anxiety. Fasting becomes a tool for self-awareness, allowing individuals to discern genuine hunger from emotional cravings and fostering a healthier relationship with food. [43:10] Embracing Accountability, Leaning into Challenges, and Transforming Lives with Conscious Leadership - Transitioning from a clinical role to coaching, Dr. Espen speaks as a coach who values accountability and challenges individuals to strive for excellence rather than settling for mediocrity. - Instead of avoiding issues or delaying decisions, Dr. Espen advocates for leaning into discomfort with both consciousness and love. - Lean into discomfort in an ice bath, fasting, or facing challenges in various life areas. By doing so, individuals gain mastery over their lives and empower themselves for growth and transformation. - Intentional confrontation of challenges prevents the repetition of a disempowering autonomic nervous system response and ensures that external outcomes align with personal desires. [53:20] The Transformative Power of Gratitude for Positivity and Purposeful Living - Dr. Espen emphasizes the transformative power of gratitude, highlighting its presence in ancient cultures and religions. - By cultivating wholehearted gratitude for both challenges and blessings, individuals can shift their focus towards positivity and attract more things to be grateful for in their lives. - Gratitude is positioned as a fundamental way of living consciously. - Dr. Espen encourages listeners to bring their focus back to gratitude, even in challenging moments, to align with positive energy and experiences. This conscious choice can contribute to a more fulfilling and purposeful life. AND MUCH MORE! 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I am dedicating today's episode to sharing more about adrenal fatigue and hormone balance. Increased stress and cortisol is something many of us deal with on a daily basis, and it can be very harmful to overall health and wellbeing. Most women do not realize how much stress is actually contributing to their symptoms. Chronic stress can lead to adrenal fatigue or cortisol dis-regulation, but there are other things to consider as well. If you suspect an adrenal issue, this episode is for you! Learn more about the 1 to 1 program here: https://drbethwestie.com/jumpstart-program/
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Valter Longo is the director of the Longevity Institute at USC in Los Angeles, and of the Program on Longevity and Cancer at IFOM (Molecular Oncology FIRC Institute) in Milan. His studies focus on the fundamental mechanisms of aging in simple organisms and mice and on how they can be translated to humans. Dr. Longo received the 2010 Nathan Shock Lecture Award from the National Institute on Aging (NIA/NIH) and the 2013 Vincent Cristofalo "Rising Star" Award in Aging Research from the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR).Dr. Longo is an author of The Longevity Diet: Discover the New Science Behind Stem Cell Activation and Regeneration to Slow Aging, Fight Disease, and Optimize Weight. Links:For more resources, please visit valterlongo.com and prolonlife.com
This week's topic is: Chronic Constipation: How To Improve your Body's Elimination Efficiency for Better Health This is a really important topic because a lot of us don't want to talk about elimination. We think it's a bit taboo or strange or embarrassing, however the truth is that a lot of us are constipated to a certain extent, and this can go on for many years and even decades. And this has a profound effect on our health, on our energy, on the rate at which we age, our skin and hair health, and many, many things. And today I'll be sharing practical ways to cure constipation from a Four Cornerstone perspective so you can start living your best life! Remember you can submit your questions at https://mysolluna.com/askkimberly/ EPISODE SPONSORSAnima Mundi: Anima Mundi's Collagen Beauty Kit is full of plant magic to help support healthy hair, skin, nails, and bones. USE LINK: animamundiherbals.com and remember to use the code: KIM20 to get 20% off your purchase! AquaTru: AquaTru comes with a 30-day Money-Back Guarantee and even makes a great gift. Today my listeners receive 20% OFF any AquaTru purifier! Just go to AquaTru.com and use code “FEELGOOD”. USE LINK: aquatruwater.com and use the promo code: FEELGOOD Powered and Distributed by: PodcastOne
Have you ever felt like your body and metabolism just "weren't the same" after years spend trying to diet and get "fit?" Has it ever felt like the more hardcore you got in your fitness pursuits, things actually started backfiring, and you started gaining weight uncontrollably that wouldn't come off, all while developing symptoms like bloating, food intolerances, anxiety, poor digestion, irregular or missing periods, chronic fatigue, and chronic inflammation? And if you said yes, have you ever felt hopeless or like you were destined to be overweight and tired for the rest of your life? Today's guest Vince Pitstick has worked with thousands of women like you and beyond. Vince has spent the last decade diving deep into functional health and nutrition to help with this exact problem. Since he set out on this mission, he's created Nutrition Dynamic, the largest 1-on-1 health coaching company in America, and co-founded Metabolic Mentor University, a program that helps hundreds of health + wellness coaches become certified in functional nutrition so they can carry out their mission of improving their clients' health and lives every single day. On today's show, we're discussing functional nutrition and metabolism, diving into topics such as: -why metabolism goes to shit when we diet for too long -metabolic dysfunction, -how a "hard core" fitness lifestyle can lead to more fat gain and worse health in the long term - the concept of "metabolic forgiveness" - the impact of our emotional state + mindset on food influences nutrient metabolism - the path forward to restoring metabolism after years of chronic dieting, menopause, chronic illness, and more Check out Vince on EMBody Radio: 5 Signs of Metabolic Dysfunction Check out Vince on EMBody Radio: Post Contest Dieting and Metabolic Adaptation FOLLOW VINCE ON IG Metabolic Mentor University YouTube Channel Metabolic Mentor University Interested in a luxury 1:1 online health coaching experience? Look no further than FENIX ATHLETICA, where we fuse science and soul for life-long transformation (inside AND out). Follow me on Instagram Follow EMBody Radio on Instagram Shop CURED NUTRITION CBD/Hemp wellness products with code EMILY.
If you've been dieting for many years, you know it can get to be a little “much.” Chronic dieting can leave us frustrated, exhausted, and exasperated. Why does something so simple – weight loss – have to be so hard? Millions of people around the world are realizing that they're just plain tired of dieting. So much so that an increasing number of people are deciding to take a break from weight loss altogether. But taking a diet break doesn't alleviate the very real fear that many of us experience: that the second we stop dieting, we're going to gain weight. In this episode, Marc David works with Stephanie, 47, who has taken a 1-year break from weight loss – but has gained a stone (about 14 pounds) during that time, and is afraid she'll only gain more. Nevertheless, she's given herself this time to move away from “weight loss at all costs” to approaching her weight from a mindset perspective, and doing all the reading and learning she can from self-help experts like Dr. Kristin Neff and Brene Brown. As Stephanie shares, she's at an inflection point. She's been dieting since she was a teenager, often with the help of slimming clubs that are popular in the U.K. She became so disenchanted by her experience in the weight loss world, that she knows she can't go back. She believes that her spiritual path lies in trusting her body and accepting it the way it is – but three decades of dieting have lodged deep-seated fears around weight gain. Stephanie asks, “What can I do to overcome the conditioned fear of weight gain?” Regardless of where we're at with our weight, this is one of the very best questions we can ask of ourselves. Because the truth is, we may want to lose weight … but deep down, we're wanting to love and accept ourselves even more. Episode highlights: ✅ Why finding the right foundation for ourselves as a person – one based on our true value instead of our weight – is so important. ✅ Why it's unrealistic to think you'll 100% accept yourself one day – and why allowing yourself to be imperfect can help you heal and grow. ✅ How our collective judgment around weight clouds the notion of what it means to be truly healthy. ✅ Why BMI science is outdated, and can contribute to our weight gain fears. ✅ The interplay between “self” and “self-improvement” and why we need to sometimes let go and allow ourselves to simply “be.” --------------- Learn more about us at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating: https://psychologyofeating.com/ Ready to call a ceasefire in your battle with eating, and find peace and freedom with food? Learn more about our newest program, The Emotional Eating Breakthrough! https://learn.psychologyofeating.com/ Interested in becoming a certified coach in eating psychology? Then tune in to hear Marc talk about our Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training, and download a copy of our School Catalog: https://psychologyofeating.com/info-kit/ Learn our powerful, cutting-edge approach, and discover how you can create a unique career helping others find peace and freedom with food. Follow us on social: - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Psychologyofeating - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IPEfanpage - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatingpsychology/ - Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/eatingpsych #dietbreak #antidiet #dieting #weight #relationshipwithfood #selfimprovement #selftrust #selfacceptance #eatingpsychology #holisticnutrition #marcdavid #podcast
GDP Script/ Top Stories for Nov 29th Publish Date: Nov 28th HENSSLER 15 From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast. Today is Wednesday, November 29th, and Happy heavenly Birthday to the great Vin Scully. ***HANK ARRON 715 CALL*** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Peggy Slappy Properties. Lawrenceville resident trains to be a U.S. Navy logistic specialist Math Teacher Demetrius Nelson Kicks Off Campaign For Gwinnett School Board District 3 Seat Gwinnett Seeking Poll Officials For 2024 Election Cycle Plus, my conversation with Leah McGrath from Ingle Markets on dividing calories. All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1: PEGGY SLAPPY STORY 1: Lawrenceville resident trains to be a U.S. Navy logistic specialist Seaman Nhien Pham, a resident of Lawrenceville, is undergoing training as a logistic specialist at Naval Technical Training Center (NTTC) Meridian. Pham, a 2020 graduate of the University of North Georgia, joined the Navy for educational opportunities and to help her parents acquire U.S. citizenship. Her role involves providing supplies for ship stores and squadrons, playing an essential part in ship and squadron operations. Pham credits her success in the military to values learned in Lawrenceville, emphasizing respect, discipline, and the importance of staying on the right path. NTTC Meridian focuses on developing dedicated and motivated sailors and Marines. STORY 2: Math Teacher Demetrius Nelson Kicks Off Campaign For Gwinnett School Board District 3 Seat Demetrius Nelson, a veteran math teacher, has officially launched his campaign for the Gwinnett County Board of Education's District 3 seat, currently held by Mary Kay Murphy. Nelson, with 15 years of teaching experience, emphasizes shared principles of sympathy, empathy, trust, fairness, and credibility in his candidacy. He joins at least three other candidates in the nonpartisan school board elections in May 2024. Nelson's campaign focuses on the "Four Cs": courage, communication, community, and character. He aims to improve the balance of respect among students, parents, teachers, school leaders, and community businesses for better school outcomes. STORY 3: Gwinnett Seeking Poll Officials For 2024 Election Cycle Gwinnett County is organizing two hiring events on Dec. 4 and Dec. 18 to recruit poll officials for the 2024 elections cycle. The events aim to attract residents from diverse backgrounds, including those fluent in multiple languages. Attendees must complete an I-9 form and provide original identification documents for verification. With the 2024 elections cycle, including a presidential election, Gwinnett emphasizes the opportunity for residents to actively participate in the electoral process. Poll officials will receive a $390 stipend, further incentivizing community engagement. The events will take place in Lawrenceville and Dacula, offering residents a chance to contribute to democracy. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: M.O.G. – TOM WAGES – DTL STORY 4: Zoom calls and video meetings can lead to extreme fatigue: study A study by Graz University of Technology in Austria has provided neurophysiological evidence that Zoom calls cause "extreme fatigue" in workers and students, a phenomenon known as Zoom fatigue. The research showed that a 50-minute online lecture exhausted participants significantly more than an in-person lecture of the same duration. The findings highlight the impact of video conferencing on well-being, interpersonal relationships, and organizational communication. The study emphasizes the need for a comprehensive understanding of the psychological and physiological mechanisms behind video conference fatigue to develop effective coping strategies. STORY 5: Exercise can improve brain function even after poor sleep: study A new study suggests that just 20 minutes of exercise can enhance brain function after a poor night's sleep. Mental performance improves with moderate exercise, regardless of sleep quality or oxygen levels. Chronic sleep deprivation affects nearly 40% of the population and is linked to various health issues. The research explored how sleep, oxygen, and exercise impact cognitive performance. Findings indicated that even in low-oxygen conditions or after sleep deprivation, a short cycling session improved cognitive tasks. This improvement might be due to various factors such as changes in brain-regulating hormones and psychophysiological aspects like cerebral blood flow, arousal, and motivation. The study challenges the notion that cognitive performance relies solely on specific brain areas, suggesting a more complex interaction across different brain regions. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: GLOW LIGHT SHOW - ESOG - INGLES 7 STORY 6: LEAH MCGRATH And now here is my conversation with Leah McGrath from Ingles Markets on dividing calories. 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Chronic pain can be incredibly challenging -- for patients, of course, and also for their physicians. On this episode of ANA investigates, Dr. Adeline Goss talks to Dr. Prasad Shirvalkar of UCSF about a new possible strategy for treating chronic pain: deep brain stimulation. Series 5, Episode 2 Featuring: Guest: Dr. Prasad Shirvalkar of UCSF Interviewer: Dr. Adeline Goss Disclosures: Dr. Shirvalkar disclosed that Medtronic Inc, donated devices for research, but no direct financial support
You will be amazed as Dr. Langer shares her pioneering research into the power of the mind. In this engaging interview, she shares how our thoughts and perceptions can literally rejuvenate physical health and mental energy. The first woman to receive tenure in psychology at Harvard University and a fascinating storyteller, she is a legend in the area of mind-body health. Her recent book, The Mindful Body, is a provocative read about how rethinking our beliefs and attitudes can improve our health and happiness.
Let's talk about the first sign of methylcobalamin deficiency. Methylcobalamin is vitamin B12, and it's essential for DNA, red blood cells, and your myelin sheath. Vitamin B12 also helps support your spinal column and brain. If you're deficient in vitamin B12, you could experience tingling, numbness, or burning sensations. Other signs of vitamin B12 deficiency can include: • Chronic pain • Depression • Muscle wasting • Blurry vision • Tinnitus • Anemia • Mouth ulcers • Sore throat • Hair loss You could also experience symptoms if you have too much vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 toxicity will typically occur if you're taking too much synthetic vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)—not the natural version (methylcobalamin). Cyanocobalamin can build up in the body and cause symptoms such as: • Acne • Palpitations • Anxiety • Red cheeks • Headaches • Insomnia • Akathisia • Suicidal thoughts You could be deficient in vitamin B12 long before you start to feel any effects. But that doesn't mean that there isn't damage being done. One of the first symptoms you would eventually feel is extreme fatigue. Foods high in vitamin B12 are animal products. There is no vitamin B12 in plants. Top causes of vitamin B12 deficiency: • Malabsorption • Plant-based or vegan diets • Gastric bypass • Atrophy of the stomach • Gastritis • H. pylori infection • Ulcers • Inflammation in the intestines • Aspirin • Alcohol • Junk foods • Antibiotics • Antacids or PPIs • Birth control pills • Pregnancy • Lactation • Smoking • Polymorphism
Tales of an Angry ProstateUnderstanding Prostate ConditionsMen's prostate glands change as they age, and older men are more likely to face prostate-related health issues. The main problems include prostatitis (inflammation), BPH (enlarged prostate), and prostate cancer. Diagnosing these issues can be tough because they often show similar symptoms, like frequent urination or pain during urination. Additionally, early-stage prostate cancer usually doesn't show any symptoms, making detection harder. Prostatitis ExplainedProstatitis, or inflammation of the prostate, comes in various forms, such as acute bacterial, chronic bacterial, and chronic nonbacterial prostatitis. The nonbacterial type is most common, affecting many men with prostatitis symptoms.Prostatitis can greatly affect a man's life, causing pain, sexual issues, and anxiety. Men often worry about having cancer or an infection, leading them to visit the doctor more frequently. Prostatitis can be caused by infections, certain diseases, or other unknown factors. It might be linked to other health issues like neurological diseases and previous infections. Diagnosing ProstatitisFor diagnosis, doctors might perform tests like urinalysis or exams to check for signs of infection or inflammation. Depending on the type of prostatitis, treatments vary from antibiotics to other medications aiming at relieving symptoms and fighting infection.Treatment OptionsTreating prostatitis depends on its cause and type. Antibiotics are commonly used, and the treatment duration might range from a few weeks to more than a month. Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis is trickier to manage, often requiring a combination of medications, like anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants, to ease the symptoms.Different treatments may work for different people, and finding the right one can be a process of trial and error. Some practices, like certain relaxation exercises, might also help alleviate the symptoms. Prostate conditions can significantly affect men's lives, mainly due to the discomfort and uncertainty they bring. Understanding these conditions and their management options is essential for those affected, helping them make informed decisions and cope better with the challenges. Remember, a healthcare professional's advice is crucial in diagnosing and treating these conditions effectively. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gina Livy's Facebook Lives from The Livy Method Fall 2023 Support Group hosted on Facebook. This is a recording of the Day 76, 10 AM live. You can find the full video hosted at:https://www.facebook.com/groups/livymethodfall2023Topics covered:It's not too late to start utilizing the app @ Intro Personalizing The Plan and doing all of the things, and maximizing your efforts @ 1:35 Am I Hungry? Should I eat? Could I eat? @ 2:21 Following the basic food plan is not maximizing your efforts. What do YOU need to do to maximize your efforts? @ 4:25 Navigating holiday gatherings and looking at them as an opportunity to learn @ 5:32 You are still here; that is a huge win! Keep building on everything you have done and keep levelling it up @ 6:57 Sharing is caring; 95% of our members are referrals; we thank you for the continued support @ 8:50 Send your family and friends to our website for all the information they need @ 11:40 Failing is quitting; if you are still here, you have not failed @ 12:58 Reach out and let our team support you and guide you to the finish line @ 14:25 If your weight is not dropping, your body should be changing; that is healthy weight loss @ 16:28 Dr. Paul in the Maintenance Group yesterday, check it out as a podcast @ 17:13 Whatever is happening with your friend is not what is happening with you! @ 18:01 Your body type has nothing to do with how your body loses weight @ 18:41No matter what your body shape or health issues, you need to figure out what your body needs by maximizing your efforts @ 22:34 It's not about why you can't lose. It's about what you can do to address them @ 25:27 People assume that if you have been successful you have starved and deprived yourself @ 26:07The Program is a lot, relearning and unlearning how to understand what your body needs @ 28:13 People say the weirdest stuff; it's not about them; it's about you and getting to the point that it doesn't bother you @ 29:27Survey at the end of the group; we want your feedback and suggestions to keep levelling up @ 30:30 Reshaping people's comments and what can you learn from yourself with how you react, Cancel @ 33:35 The app turns into a general tracker at the end of the group @ 35:42 What do you really need to do and get real with yourself @ 36:05Putting yourself second, you can't do it for them, and they can't do it for you; you have to do it for yourself @ 39:04 You can't spot train fat loss; your body will lose in layers; exercise goes a long way @ 44:45 Fighting against diet culture, weight loss is big business @ 47:06 Chronic stress can have a huge impact on your body @ 49:15 Some fun alternatives to hot chocolate over the holidays @ 50:25Be all in these next two weeks and finish strong @ 56:30To learn more about the Livy Method, visit www.ginalivy.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We are delighted to introduce TeamPeds Talks eight series- Children in foster care. In this episode we will talk about Physical, chronic and behavior issues in foster care with our guests Rebecca Seltzer, MD, MHS and Jillian Longway, CPNP-PC. The hosts for this series are Dr. Brigit VanGraafeiland and Tracy Halasz the chairs and co-chairs of the alliance for children in foster care. The mission of the Alliance for Children in Foster Care is to nurture a sense of belonging, connection, and safety for children in foster care by 1) empowering all pediatric-focused advanced practice nurses to incorporate trauma-informed health care as an essential set of services provided to all children in foster care and 2) promoting equitable and optimal growth and development.
Dr. Josh Axe interviews Dr. Dave Rabin, a psychiatrist, neuroscientist, and founder of Apollo Neuro. The conversation focuses around strategies for reducing chronic stress, improving sleep quality, and enhancing focus and energy levels. Dr. Rabin discusses his research on non-invasive therapies for conditions such as PTSD, anxiety disorders, and addictions. He introduces the Apollo Neuro device, which activates the body's parasympathetic state for healing and regeneration. The discussion touches on the increasing prevalence of mental health problems, particularly among younger individuals, and the need to address these issues.Vibration therapy, specifically through the use of vibrational plates, is highlighted as a powerful tool for reducing stress and is the foundation his brand, Apollo Neuro is based on. Dr. Rabin explains how this therapy harnesses specific frequencies to calm the nervous system and alleviate the fight or flight response triggered. 06:02 Understanding chronic stress and mental health.08:01 Mental health epidemic and stress.13:00 Recognize our shared humanity.20:36 Stress affects blood flow and glucose.25:05 Chronic stress affects our bodies.29:43 Lack of touch affects mental health.34:45 Breathing rhythm affects our well-being.42:18 Apollo device helps improve sleep.44:15 Apollo Neuro helps reduce anxiety.50:58 Apollo Neuro improves sleep quality.Discount on Apollo Neuro: apolloneuro.com/ancienthealth, code AXE.Go to ApolloNeuro.com/AncientHealth and use code AXE for $50 OFF your Apollo wearable!Get 10% OFF your GOOD IDEA order at www.goodidea.us/discount/AXE or use code AXE at checkout.Save up to $600 on your Sunlighten Sauna purchase with the code AXE. Visit Sunlighten.com/axe to save! Follow @drdavidrabin and @apolloneuro on Instagram! Follow @healthinstitute, @organic_blondie, and @doctormotley on Instagram! Join Our Newsletter! www.thehealthinstitute.com/wellness-weekly
On the newest episode of the pod the guys discuss the classic Vertigo WE3 by Frank Quitely and Grant Morrison. But first what was Cody's Halloween costume? Are we finally going to be doing a Tiptoes episode? How do we feel about Doctor Who? Is WE3 a quick read? Is there a lot of hype behind this comic? Did this comic influence James Gunn? Did this comic make us cry? What is meat and motion? Is Thanos an overrated villain? Does the art back up the trippy page layout? Do animals experience time differently than humans? How have these animals been modified? Which animals would we be? How does Jake feel like pet cats or rabbits? What were the covers of each issue? How do we feel about Pet Cemetery? Did Chronic Jarvis have a son? Is this short and sweet? What movies can be used to describe this comic? Do our conversations effect our Pesci score? What video games have Anthony and Jake been playing? Did Anthony have to get roommates due to the economy? Find out the answers to these in more on the newest episode of Comics and Chronic! Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ComicsandChronic Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy
Dr. David Clarke shares how he was in the right place at the right time to see possibly the best healing modality for unexplained chronic pain at work. He learned that the brain can generate real symptoms when high levels of stress are not fully recognized. This occurs in many people with strong, healthy minds, affecting one in six adults and one in three primary care patients.How does the brain do this? Research shows changes in the nerve pathways in the brain. These occur in people with stress, trauma, and repressed emotions that often are linked to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). With the correct treatment approach, the nerve pathways in the brain can return to normal and the pain will subside.Dr. David Clarke is the President of the Psychophysiologic Disorders Association. His organization's mission is to advance the awareness, diagnosis, and treatment of stress-related, brain-generated medical conditions.To learn more go to www.EndChronicPain.orgFind out more about the All In Running Club at www.allinhealthandwellness.com/all-in-running-clubVisit ConfidenceThroughHealth.com to find discounts to some of our favorite products.Follow me via All In Health and Wellness on Facebook or Instagram.Find my books on Amazon: No More Sugar Coating: Finding Your Happiness in a Crowded World and Confidence Through Health: Live the Healthy Lifestyle God DesignedProduction credit: Social Media Cowboys
Living with fibromyalgia and related invisible illnesses is very challenging and too often stigmatized by the medical community. John F. Kennedy lived with many invisible illnesses that he and his close political supporters knew they needed to hide to protect is political prospects. John had severe irritable bowel and functional dyspepsia, both disorders of the gut-brain-interaction. He also had severe back pain, pelvic pain, chronic prostatitis, and migraines. He also struggled with severe fatigue and insomnia. These all fall under the umbrella of fibromyalgia and related illnesses. He also highly likely had comorbid ADHD that interfered with pain perception and contributed to fatigue.Learn more about John's journey to help grow in compassion and understanding for yourself, your loved ones living with one of these invisible illnesses, and your patients. You will also gain an enlightened historical perspective. Support the showDr. Michael Lenz practices general pediatrics and internal medicine primary care, seeing patients from infants through adults. In addition, he also will see patients with fibromyalgia and related problems and patients interested in lifestyle medicine and clinical lipidology. To learn more, go to ConquringYourFibromyalgia. Remember that while Dr. Lenz is a medical doctor, he is not your doctor. All of your signs and symptoms should be discussed with your own physician. He aims to weave the best of conventional medicine with lifestyle medicine to help people live the best with chronic health conditions. Dr. Lenz hopes that the podcast, book, blog, and website serve as a trusted resource and starting point on your journey of learning to live better with fibromyalgia and related illnesses.
Michael McGreggor has been a Physical Therapist for 22 years and works with people to help them identify risk factors that can contribute to a fall and potential injury. His goal is to keep people at home and independent for as long as possible! He has experience working with patients who have complex health profiles and works with people who needs a higher level of care. Chronic conditions such as vision and hearing loss, arthritis, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease are associated with an increased risk of falls and require a specialized approach. Working with Michael, people are able to regain strength, flexibility, and mobility, thus enhancing their ability to perform tasks such as getting up from a chair, climbing stairs, and walking independently. Michael shares specific warning signs it may be time to have some strength training and strategies to prevent a fall so your family member can avoid injury. https://michaelmcgregorpt.com/ email@example.com(336) 575-7570 www.michelemagner.com Don't wait to get the information you need about Assisted Living and Nursing Home care! Illuminating Senior Living will light the way. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michele-magner/support
KFI's own Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro joins The Bill Handel Show for 'Tech Tuesday'! Rich talks about the open revolt at OpenAI, YouTube's all-out war against ad blockers, Amazon offers free AI training courses, and Black Friday/ Cyber Monday shopping tips. From airlines to ticket sellers, companies fight U.S. to keep junk fees. America's public schools are on their last legs: Chronic “absenteeism” has doubled since pre-pandemic times.
Do you intellectualize all the concepts and theories heard on this podcast or the ones you read on The Holistic Psychologist's social media, but can't seem to get past the awareness stage of healing and put what you know into practice? In this episode with Dr. Nicole LePera, aka “The Holistic Psychologist,” we discuss the power of embodiment and its role in healing trauma and rewiring the brain to support a healthy nervous system. We do a deep dive into the profound impact our childhood has on future relationships, getting into the root cause of our maladaptive cycles of behavior and how to overcome internal, subconscious resistance. After listening to this insightful conversation, you'll have a better understanding of the neurobiology of trauma bonds, how trauma affects our experience of emotion, and the challenges you may face on your healing journey. Tune in to learn how to cultivate safety within yourself and improve your relationships! Topics discussed in this episode: Embodiment's role in healing Chronic shame and dysregulation How our childhood impacts adult relationships Trauma bonds and how they manifest as relational patterns The theory of constructed emotion Grief and anger in the healing process Harmful labeling in the mental health industry Order Dr. Nicole LePera's new book, How To Be The Love You Seek! https://howtobetheloveyouseek.com/ Sign up for the free Holiday Self-Care NSI Workshop on December 15th: https://neurosomaticintelligence.com/holidayselfcare Connect with Dr. Nicole LePera: https://theholisticpsychologist.com/free-resources/ https://www.instagram.com/the.holistic.psychologist/ https://twitter.com/Theholisticpsyc https://www.tiktok.com/@theholisticpsychologist https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtEWTaMjqOH8J1Gy06Ey0Yg Learn more about the SelfHealers Circle: https://selfhealerscircle.com/waitlist/ Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/ Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com/?utm_medium=aff-traumarewired&utm_content&utm_source Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com
How long have you been living in a perpetual state of "needing to lose weight," and how has it impacted various aspects of your life? Welcome to the "Embrace Your Real" Podcast. If you've ever felt trapped in the cycle of diets, restrictions, and the constant pursuit of weight loss, this episode is for you. In this episode, we'll explore the detrimental effects of living in perpetual weight loss mode. We'll discuss the importance of macro counting, resistance training, and letting go of preconceived notions about your body. Tune in to learn from personal experiences and practical tips on how to shift your mindset and habits. If you want more from me, be sure to check out... Follow me on Instagram: @juliealedbetter | @embraceyourreal | @movementwithjulie Movement With Julie | App: https://sale.movementwithjulie.com/ Macro Counting Made Simple Online Academy: https://www.macrocountingmadesimple.com/ Website: www.juliealedbetter.com Get my eBook: FREE Macro Counting Ebook Amazon Storefront: Julie Ledbetter's Amazon Page
What is the best surgical treatment for a vasculopathy with critical limb threatening ischemia? In this episode of Behind the Knife the vascular surgery subspecialty team discusses two pivotal trials (BEST-CLI and BASIL-2) and how the findings of these trials can help answer this question. In this episode, we will discuss the age old question: open bypass versus best endovascular treatment. Hosts: Dr. Bobby Beaulieu is an Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery at the University of Michigan Dr. Frank Davis is an Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery at the University of Michigan Dr. David Schechtman is a Vascular Surgery Fellow at the University of Michigan Dr. Drew Braet is a PGY-4 Integrated Vascular Surgery Resident at the University of Michigan Learning Objectives Review the definition, prevalence, and prognosis of critical limb threatening ischemia Review basic treatment options for patients with critical limb threatening ischemia Understand the methodology, findings, limitations, and clinical applications of the BEST-CLI trial Understand the methodology, findings, limitations, and clinical applications of the BASIL-2 trial Compare open bypass and best endovascular therapy for patients with critical limb threatening ischemia References Farber A, Menard MT, Conte MS, Kaufman JA, Powell RJ, Choudhry NK, Hamza TH, Assmann SF, Creager MA, Cziraky MJ, Dake MD, Jaff MR, Reid D, Siami FS, Sopko G, White CJ, van Over M, Strong MB, Villarreal MF, McKean M, Azene E, Azarbal A, Barleben A, Chew DK, Clavijo LC, Douville Y, Findeiss L, Garg N, Gasper W, Giles KA, Goodney PP, Hawkins BM, Herman CR, Kalish JA, Koopmann MC, Laskowski IA, Mena-Hurtado C, Motaganahalli R, Rowe VL, Schanzer A, Schneider PA, Siracuse JJ, Venermo M, Rosenfield K; BEST-CLI Investigators. Surgery or Endovascular Therapy for Chronic Limb-Threatening Ischemia. N Engl J Med. 2022 Dec 22;387(25):2305-2316. doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa2207899. Epub 2022 Nov 7. PMID: 36342173. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36342173/ Bradbury AW, Moakes CA, Popplewell M, Meecham L, Bate GR, Kelly L, et al. A vein bypass first versus a best endovascular treatment first revascularisation strategy for patients with chronic limb threatening ischaemia who required an infra-popliteal, with or without an additional more proximal infra-inguinal revascularisation procedure to restore limb perfusion (BASIL-2): an open-label, randomised, multicentre, phase 3 trial. The Lancet. 2023. 401(10390), 1798-1809. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(23)00462-2 Conte MS Bradbury AW Kolh P et al. Global vascular guidelines on the management of chronic limb-threatening ischemia. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg. 2019; 58 (109.e33.): S1-109 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31182334/ Bradbury AW Adam DJ Bell J et al. Multicentre randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a bypass-surgery-first versus a balloon-angioplasty-first revascularisation strategy for severe limb ischaemia due to infrainguinal disease. The bypass versus angioplasty in severe ischaemia of the leg (BASIL) trial. Health Technol Assess. 2010; 14: 1-210 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20307380/ Adam DJ Beard JD Cleveland T et al. Bypass versus angioplasty in severe ischaemia of the leg (BASIL): multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Lancet. 2005; 366: 1925-1934 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16325694/ Bradbury AW Adam DJ Bell J et al. Bypass versus angioplasty in severe ischaemia of the leg (BASIL) trial: an intention-to-treat analysis of amputation-free and overall survival in patients randomized to a bypass surgery-first or a balloon angioplasty-first revascularization strategy. J Vasc Surg. 2010; 51: 5S-17 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20435258/ Conte MS, Bradbury AW, Kolh P, White JV, Dick F, Fitridge R, Mills JL, Ricco JB, Suresh KR, Murad MH; GVG Writing Group. Global vascular guidelines on the management of chronic limb-threatening ischemia. J Vasc Surg. 2019 Jun;69(6S):3S-125S.e40. doi: 10.1016/j.jvs.2019.02.016. Epub 2019 May 28. Erratum in: J Vasc Surg. 2019 Aug;70(2):662. PMID: 31159978; PMCID: PMC8365864. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31159978/ Menard MT, Rosenfield K, Farber A. The BEST-CLI Trial: Implications of the Primary Results. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg. 2023 Mar;65(3):317-319. doi: 10.1016/j.ejvs.2022.12.032. Epub 2023 Jan 6. PMID: 36621707. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36621707/ Please visit https://behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more. If you liked this episode, check out other vascular surgery episodes: https://behindtheknife.org/podcast-category/vascular/
Biden meet Xi in San Francisco. San Francisco usually decorated with homeless drug addicts gets decorated in China Red. Unbelievable, are we in America or Wuhan? Illegal Aliens have invaded the US, they have taken over major cities and created heated conflicts over whether they should stay or be throw out. We will discuss. Puff Daddy aka Diddy accused of Rape, Human Trafficking and Abuse according to law suit filed by his talentless ex girlfriend Cassie. Snoop Dogg stops smoking the Chronic. We will discuss. Mother of 6 year old black boy who shot his white teacher gets sentenced but not for the shooting. We will talk about it. Round○Table aka Mound
On the newest episode the guys discuss summer hit Barbie! But first does Jake love all women casts? Is this one of our favorite movies of the year? Is this one of the funniest movies of the year? We're the actors doing well? Do you need to have played with Barbies as kids and know Barbie lore to enjoy this movie? Is this movie linked to Toy Story and The Lego Movie? Was the writing, music, set design and line delivery all on point? Will Mattel make a movie about every toy now? What were Greta Gerwig's terms for doing the movie? Is this really meta and thoughtful? Who wins in a fight between Oppenheimer and Barbie? What was our favorite movies of the year? What do we think of IGN's best comic book movie villains list? Would DC or Marvel have better weed? Who should Ryan Gosling play in the MCU? Who would we be in this movie? Are we the number 1 podcast for women? How frequently do we talk video games? Find the answers to this and more on Comics and Chronic! Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ComicsandChronic Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy
BoneCoach™ Osteoporosis & Osteopenia - Joining us today to explore Lyme disease, mycotoxins, mold, and osteoporosis is Dr. Tom Moorcroft.=>>FREE Stronger Bones Masterclass (Gain Access Now!)=>>FREE 7-Day Osteoporosis Kickstart=>>Apply to join the Stronger Bones Solution Program w/ the BoneCoach™ Team***Topics Covered0:00 - Episode start1:31 - Introduction to our guest: Dr. Tom Moorcroft2:56 - Dr. Moorcroft's expertise in Lyme disease and mycotoxins mold and how he became a sought-after expert9:34 - Understanding Lyme disease: What is it? How is it contracted? Symptoms to look out for16:19 - Discussing the progression of untreated Lyme disease19:30 - Delving into the health impacts of chronic Lyme and its relation to bone health and osteoporosis24:30 - The link between Lyme and other conditions: Introducing MCAS and exploring its connection to Lyme33:13 - Essential steps for healing from MCAS, Lyme, mycotoxins, and other environmentally acquired illnesses36:41 - Core components of recovery from toxin-induced autoimmunity40:03 - Unpacking the herbal remedies for these conditions and the science behind them43:05 - The role of genetics in susceptibility to illnesses like Lyme disease and potential risks for family members50:09 - Where to find Dr. Moorcroft and an overview of his programs***Resources MentionedFind all resources mentioned and show notes @=>> https://bonecoach.com/tom-moorcroft-lyme-mold-mcas***What can you do to support your bone health and this podcast?1. Hit the “Subscribe” Button. 2. Leave a review. Thank you!
Chronic wasting disease is a fatal neurological disorder that affects deer, elk, and other big game animals. It has growing implications for wildlife and the people across the country who manage them. In Minnesota, tribes are teaming up with wildlife officials and researchers in a unique collaboration aimed at reducing the spread of the disease on and near tribal lands. GUESTS Souta Calling Last (Blackfeet and Blood Tribe), founder and director of Indigenous Vision Jesse DesRosier (Blackfeet), hunter and language teacher Doug McArthur, wildlife manager at the White Earth Reservation Marc Schwabenlander, associate director for the Minnesota Center for Prion Research and Outreach
Til Luchau and Ruth Werner talk with Walt Fritz PT, as they prepare for some hands-on work with Ruth's chronic cough. Listen in as these three powerhouse presenters discuss hands-on strategy, potential triggers, and psychosocial impacts related to chronic coughs. Ruth shares her personal experiences, emphasizing the challenges and similarities with chronic pain. Their stimulating conversation then delves into the broader implications of treating the whole person rather than just the symptoms, offering unique perspectives on the intersection of manual therapy, anatomical specificity, and the human experience. (This conversation was the run-up to Ruth and Til's "Chronic Symptoms" interview at ABMP, which was featured in Thinking Practitioner Ep. 100) Watch the video and get the full transcript of their conversation on Til or Whitney's sites: Til Luchau's Advanced-Trainings.com Whitney Lowe's Academy of Clinical Massage Resources: Walt Fritz's site Ruth Werner's site Sponsor Offers: Books of Discovery: save 15% by entering "thinking" at checkout at booksofdiscovery.com. ABMP: save $24 on new membership at abmp.com/thinking. Advanced-Trainings: try a month of the amazing A-T Subscription free by entering “thinking” at checkout at a-t.tv/subscriptions/. About Whitney Lowe | About Til Luchau | Email Us: email@example.com (The Thinking Practitioner Podcast is intended for professional practitioners of manual and movement therapies: bodywork, massage therapy, structural integration, chiropractic, myofascial and myotherapy, orthopedic, sports massage, physical therapy, osteopathy, yoga, strength and conditioning, and similar professions. It is not medical or treatment advice.)
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/bygaDBR3qS4 Calley Means (IG: @calleymeans) is the founder of TrueMed, a company that issues prescriptions for food and exercise, enabling tax-free spending on items promoting health. He is also the co-author (with his sister, Dr. Casey Means) of an upcoming book on food-as-medicine. Calley started his career as a consultant for food and pharma companies and is now an advocate for changes to these industries. In this episode, we discuss: Fixing our health crisis starts with a mindset shift Chronic disease is profitable How you can help create change Front groups are the biggest funders of nutrition research Professors are being paid to play Doctors can't go against bad guidelines The broken medical system and doctor debt How pharmaceutical companies control the media The Harvard doctor bribed by Ozempic The corrupt history of healthcare in America The healthcare system is the #1 money generator in the US We need to stop subsidizing processed foods Calley's pivot from big industry to starting TrueMed Stop feeding your kids poison Practical steps to regain your metabolic health Have the courage to push back Show sponsor: BiOptimizers
HEALTH NEWS · Molecule shows promise for aging-related disorders · Flavonoids May Fight Endometriosis Symptoms · Spirulina may help elderly patients with anemia and immunological dysfunction · Being in nature 20 hours a week could significantly boost productivity · Chronic sleep deficiency increases insulin resistance in women, especially postmenopausal women · Antioxidants Vitamin C, Beta-Carotene may be Key in Brain Protection
This episode introduces alternative methods for recovery, focusing on red light therapy, a.k.a. photobiomodulation. Guest Forrest Smith of Kineon Labs explains their benefits for athletic performance, reduction of recovery time, minimizing inflammation and even unique applications for gut health, brain health, and improving sleep. Follow Kineon @kineon_labs Follow Chase @chase_chewning ----- In this episode, you will learn... Over-the-counter drugs such as NSAIDs, often used in sports and fitness, can carry significant risks including cardiovascular disease, liver damage, stomach ulcers, and a decrease in neuroplasticity. Photobiomodulation devices can provide a safer and more effective alternative to pharmaceuticals for enhancing athletic performance and recovery, reducing inflammation, and improving metabolic health. Regular, deep sleep is vital in the recovery process and can protect the brain from the buildup of waste materials. Understanding the biochemical and physiological processes behind performance and recovery can help identify and address the root causes of issues. Nitric oxide plays a critical role in the body, helping with blood vessel dilation and delivering more blood to muscles. However, as people age, the production of nitric oxide decreases, making it important to find ways to stimulate its production. Chronic inflammation is highly damaging to the body, impacting everything from muscle performance to cardiovascular health. ----- Episode resources: Learn more about Kineon Labs Light therapy for bipolar disorder: a case series in women The impact of wavelengths of LED light-therapy on endothelial cells Red Light Therapy Improves Reaction Time in Athletes Watch and subscribe on YouTube