Food is an integral part of our existence as human beings. In our daily lives, food plays an important role in our rituals, traditions, and celebrations. It also makes up the cells in our body and is a powerful influence over our health, lifespan, and risk for disease. On this episode of The Model Health Show, you're going to hear a deep dive on nutrition and how it impacts every single facet of our lives. This episode is my interview from the Ed Mylett Show, where I shared insights about how food impacts our biology, our relationships, and overall health. You're going to learn about the transformative power of a shared family meal, what to look for in supplements, and how ultra-processed foods and oils can harm your health. You're also going to hear my personal story of overcoming health struggles, how I came to love science, and my personal food philosophy. This episode is packed with powerful information you can use to upgrade your kitchen, improve your nutrient intake, and bring an awareness and intentionality to the way you eat. Enjoy! In this episode you'll discover: How eating with your family can protect you from disease. The magic number of shared meals you should eat in a week. How oxytocin and cortisol work. The fascinating link between healthy social connections and risk for death. Why the microbiome is an important facet of your health. What nutrigenomics are. My personal experience with transforming my health. The lifechanging power of simply deciding to get well. How synthetic and natural nutrients differ. The truth about most vitamin C supplements on the market. How whole food based vitamin C can reduce inflammatory markers. What you need to know about vegetable oils. The definition of ultra-processed foods. Which fat sources are optimal for cooking. How the composition of human fat cells has evolved. The spectrum of sweeteners. Why non-stick pans can harm your health (plus better alternatives). The importance of not giving food morality. What percentage of the average American's diet is ultra-processed food. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! PaleoValley.com/model -- Use code MODEL for 15% off! EatSmarterCookbook.com The Ed Mylett Show Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Thanks to our Sponsors. This episode is brought to you by Four Sigmatic. t's a really good time right now to be aware of supporting our immune system. In particular, looking at nutritive inputs known as immunomodulators. So these are nutrients and nutrient sources that can help our immune system to adapt. Not going too high or too low, but being able to adapt and mount an appropriate response to any pathogen we might be faced with. Now research published in the Journal of Pharmacological Sciences found that the polysaccharides in reishi, this renowned medicinal mushroom, have extensive immunomodulating effects, including supporting the function of humoral immunity and cellular immunity as well. Another study published in the journal, Mediators of Inflammation showed that these polysaccharides in reishi were found to enhance the proliferation of our B-cells and T-cells. Alright, so directly improving the function of our immune system. This is really special. But also an important ingredient for supporting our immune system is our sleep quality. That's one of the things that if that is disturbed, especially consistently disturbed, it can suppress our immune system and make us more susceptible to things like colds and flus. But this is another powerful place for reishi because a study published in the Journal of Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior found that the renowned medicinal mushroom reishi was able to significantly decrease sleep latency. Meaning that it helped study participants to fall asleep faster, it increased overall sleep time and increased non-REM deep sleep time and REM sleep time as well. That's really, really special. It is a whole body supportive source of nutrition. But the quality, this is the key, the quality matters so very much. I don't want you to run out and just get any random reishi because this is a recent study reported this, the majority of medicinal mushroom products on the market have a little, if any, medicinal mushroom, the viable parts of the medicinal mushroom in it. One company that you can trust that goes above and beyond that does a dual extraction of these medicinal mushrooms to give you the real nutrition that you're looking for is Four Sigmatic. Go to foursigmatic.com/model. That's foursigmatic.com/model. You're going to get 10% off their incredible reishi elixir. And they also have a delicious reishi hot cocoa as well that I actually just made for my son today. This is one of his favorite things to sip on. And so these are really cool ways that we can get these powerful nutrients into our bodies. And they've got incredible, again, this is all organic. They've got the reishi hot cocoa, the reishi elixir, and also lion's mane. They've got organic mushroom coffee blends as well. So many different ways to get these incredible inputs. Go to foursigmatic.com/model. You're gonna get 10% off store wide. This episode is brought to you by PaleoValey. As I'm sharing with Ed in this conversation, vitamin C isn't just crucial for your immune system, it's also critical in helping our bodies to manage stress. According to data published in the Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences, both emotional and physical stress can affect a person's vitamin C status. It can actually increase the requirement for vitamin C to maintain normal blood levels, and when stress depletes vitamin C levels in the body, it reduces the person's resistance to infections and disease and increases the likelihood of further stress. When vitamin C intake is increased, according to these researchers, the negative effects of excessive stress hormones are reduced and the body's ability to cope with stress improves. Being able to manage stress is a key to staying healthy and resilient. And as I shared with Ed, one of my favorite sources for high quality food-based vitamin C is from camu camu berry. For years I've been utilizing a concentrate of camu camu berry, amla berry and acerola cherry. These are all vitamin C dense super fruits with no synthetic ingredients, no binders, no fillers. And I'm talking about the Essential C Complex from Paleovalley. Go to paleovalley.com/model and you're going to get 15% off their incredible Essential C Complex. This is all organic plus it has a 60-day, 100% money back guarantee. So if you're not absolutely thrilled about it, you can receive a full refund, no questions asked. They're really standing behind their product because it is that good. And again, it is the Essential C Complex from Paleovalley. Go to paleovalley.com/model right now. And again, you're going to get 15% off from your order automatically at check out plus 15% off store wide. Go to paleovalley.com/model.
This is The Delay Dying Blog: Podcast Edition. All essays are written by Amy McBride. Only select essays appear on the podcast. To check out the rest, head over to the website. This essay is about the downsizing of Wellness Provisions. We'll cover... The changes taking place starting now and moving into 2024. The Why behind this decision. Plus some personal insights I've had this year, perhaps prompting you then to look inwards and assess your own life. __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
Tero Isokauppila shares his journey going from $1 million to over $50 million in revenue with Four Sigmatic. He talks about bootstrapping the company, working for 2.5 years without taking a salary, and the key strategies that helped him grow. Tero gives advice on building the first 100 raving fans, focusing on product-market fit early on, preparing for retail expansion, and more. To join us at the next CapCon visit: http://www.Capitalism.com/CapCon To learn more about creating your own path to $1 million sign up for our FREE 30 day mini series at: http://www.Capitalism.com/Million Resources mentioned in this episode: Four Sigmatic: https://www.foursigmatic.com/ Blue Ocean Strategy book: https://www.blueoceanstrategy.com/books/blue-ocean-strategy-2/ Rep Lo: https://www.replo.app/ Timestamps: (2:00) - How Tero Made His Money (6:14) - Sharing Revenue With Early Employees (8:29) - The Tim Ferriss Effect (15:00) - Scaling Four Sigmatic (19:30) - Tero's New Venture (21:15 )- The Blue Ocean Strategy (27:00) - How Tero Would Launch In 2024 (33:00) - Getting 100 True Fans (43:00) - Standing Against Something (53:00) - The Power Of Saying No
This is The Delay Dying Blog: Podcast Edition. All essays are written by Amy McBride. Only select essays appear on the podcast. To check out the rest, head over to the website. The goal here is to look at the past and heal from it. In this essay we'll cover: How to heal from relationships that lowered your self-esteem How to reshape your own feelings about life, and yourself How to take ownership of your past and love yourself more __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
How do you hold someone's interest after an initial interaction? What motivates them to stay connected with you and your company? Three weeks before BevNET's winter events kick off in Marina Del Rey, the hosts discussed ways that entrepreneurs can optimize meetings with investors and retailers and how to amplify their message to the industry at large. Show notes: 0:43: A Host And Three Judges. Agendas And Attendees. Cupcakes Of The Pizza Variety. Pickle Everything. – The hosts chatted about their respective roles in the four brand competitions at BevNET's winter events and highlighted the shows' agendas and attendee lists. They also munched on Pizza Cupcakes (yes, it's a thing) and spoke about how the brand has differentiated itself from traditional counterparts, why pickle-flavored LTOs are coming out of the woodwork and how Jacqui is doubling down on functional mushrooms. Brands in this episode: My Mochi, Heinz, JP Licks, Grillo's, South 40 Snack Co., Spritz Society, KIND Snacks, Sip Herbals, Rasa, Mud/Wtr, Om Mushroom, Four Sigmatic
When you think about improving your health, you probably consider implementing daily habits like preparing nutritious meals, adding more movement to your routine, and getting quality sleep. But before you can make lasting changes in those areas, you'll have to cultivate the mindset and the environment that makes those healthy changes not only possible, but natural. On this episode of The Model Health Show, you're going to hear my interview on Sway in the Morning to promote the launch of The Eat Smarter Cookbook. You'll hear how changing your mindset can upgrade your health and why changing your environment is the best way to make healthy choices automatic. You're also going to hear some of my personal story, including the evolution of my career and my own health journey. This interview contains powerful conversations on transforming your mindset, how ultra-processed foods are harming our health, how to approach health in a balanced way, and the important role that connection plays in dictating our health outcomes. I'm honored and excited to share this interview with you. In this episode you'll discover: How I became interested in health. The power of having an audacious goal. Why empowerment is a key factor in changing your life. The first domino in creating a change. How your environment influences your health outcomes. The major differences in food quality in the US vs. other countries. What ultra-processed foods are. How the healthcare industry and processed food companies profit from sick people. What to consider about filtering water. Why the term BPA free is misleading. The critical role sodium plays in the body. What percentage of the average American's diet is ultra-processed foods. The role of epigenetics in determining your health outcomes. Why eating with your family can have powerful effects on your health. How to create a culture of health and connection around the dinner table. Items mentioned in this episode include: EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Order your copy today! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! PaleoValley.com/model -- Use code MODEL for 15% off! Sway's Universe Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Thank You To Our Sponsors! This episode is brought to you by Four Sigmatic. Even when I'm traveling, I always bring along my four Sigmatic think coffee blend of organic coffee and dual extracted chaga and lion's mane mushrooms. I travel with their little travel packs and at home I'm making the full coffee grounds and the drip, it's a whole vibe that I do each morning for my wife and I. Especially when I'm traveling, I wanna make sure that my cognitive function and my immune system is on point. But it's really about immunomodulation and that's the power of these dual extracted medicinal mushrooms. They're clinically proven. We're talking mountains of peer-reviewed data affirming that they have immunomodulating capacity to help to uplevel or increase the activity of our immune system if needed, or to help bring down our immune system activity to make sure that it's not hyperactive. And in particular, Chaga mushroom has been shown to increase the production of something called superoxide dismutase, a super antioxidant in the human body that's really influential on the health and performance of our immune system. But also for that cognitive performance, lion's mane is pointed out by researchers at the University of Malaya where they discovered that it is able to increase the activity of something called nerve growth factor in our brain. Nerve growth factor is essential in the regulation of growth, maintenance, proliferation, and survival of various brain cells. That is powerful stuff. In a study published in biomedical research test subjects with a variety of health complaints, including anxiety and poor sleep quality, were given lion's mane or a placebo for four weeks. The participants who use lion's mane significantly reduced levels of irritation and anxiety than those in the placebo group. The researchers stated, "Our findings show that lion's mane intake has the possibility to reduce depression and anxiety." There are solutions out there. But again, we don't know, we don't know. It's all about education. It's all about empowerment. Head over there, check them out. It's foursigmatic.com/model. That's foursigmatic.com/model. Check out their incredible think blend. You get 10% off storewide, by the way. And in addition to their coffee blends, they also have a wonderful hot cacao or hot cocoa blend that has reishi mushroom in there. They also have elixirs themselves. So if you're not a big fan of coffee, you can get the lion's mane itself, cordyceps, chaga, and many other wonderful things. So again, head over there, check them out, foursigmatic.com/model for 10% off. This episode is. Brought to you by PaleoValley. I've got some very bad news for you about vitamin C supplements. Most people have no idea that typical vitamin C supplements are made from corn syrup or corn starch derived from GMO crops. The synthetic ascorbic acid found in most vitamin C supplements is structurally similar to naturally derived whole food sources of vitamin C, but they are not the same thing. Whole food and whole food concentrates of vitamin C have hundreds of other bioactive cofactors that make vitamin C work miraculously in our bodies. While synthetic vitamin C is the very definition of a one-trick pony. In fact by being devoid of essential cofactors Synthetic vitamin C supplements can be outright harmful to your health. For instance, a 2013 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal medicine found that participants taking synthetic vitamin C supplements had twice the risk of developing kidney stones. Another study from researchers at USC found that a daily dose of synthetic vitamin C thickened the walls of participants arteries two and a half times faster than those not taking the synthetic supplement. This is absolutely insane because, number one, it's one of the most popular standalone supplements in the world and commonly found in most multi-vitamins. Number two, whole food based, whole food concentrates of real Vitamin C are remarkably effective in lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease even in people engaged in high-risk behaviors like smoking. A randomized placebo-controlled study published in the Journal of Cardiology had 20 smokers Consume a whole food concentrate of vitamin C in the form of camu camu berry daily over the course of a one-week study. And it led to significantly lowered oxidative stress and lowered inflammatory biomarkers. What's more there were no changes in these markers in the placebo group who received an ordinary Synthetic vitamin C supplement. Because of the damage humans have done to the soil microbiome Levels of vitamin C are notably lower in typical foods. That's why I've been utilizing a whole food vitamin C concentrate blend of camu camu berry, Acerola cherry, and amla berry for years. And I'm on a mission to spread awareness about this and get people off Synthetic vitamin C supplements. The essential C complex from Paleovalley is all organic, no synthetic ingredients, and no fillers. Plus it has a 60-day 100% money-back guarantee, so if you aren't absolutely thrilled with it, you'll receive a full refund. No questions asked. Go to paleovalley.com/model right now, and you'll automatically receive 15% off of your order at checkout. Vitamin C is critical for our immune system health, but also the health of our heart, our brain, our skin and so much more. Target organic whole food sources of vitamin C, and if you're going to supplement, make sure it's a whole food concentrate and not synthetic vitamin C. Go to paleovalley.com/model. That's paleovalley.com/model right now for 15% off. And now back to the show.
Nick, drummer for Frankie and the Witch Fingers/ Slaughterhouse/ Neighborhood Brats - and talent buyer for Alex's Bar shares how he navigates his busy schedule and keeps himself grounded. With lots of self awareness, Nick also shares areas where he's still improving. This was a very real, raw and relatable conversation. We chatted about: The beauty of touring despite its toll on mental and physical health The importance of self-care Burnout and ways to find balance Self forgiveness Connect with Nick: https://www.instagram.com/nickguyone https://www.frankieandthewitchfingers.com https://linktr.ee/911slaughterhouse https://withkoji.com/@NeighborhoodBrats __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
What is the underlying factor that drives humans to engage in behaviors that are damaging? Whether it's gambling, drinking, or eating to excess, it's not uncommon in our society for folks to get sucked into repetitive, detrimental habits. It turns out, there's an evolutionary foundation behind this behavior, and it's the topic of the new book, The Scarcity Brain. Today's guest, Michael Easter is a professor and the author of The Comfort Crisis and The Scarcity Brain. His work encompasses the idea of utilizing modern science and evolutionary wisdom in order to lead healthier, more fulfilled lives. He joins this episode of The Model Health Show to share the fascinating science of scarcity, moderation, fixation, and happiness. You're going to learn about the scarcity loop and how it drives us to repeat unhealthy habits. We'll talk about the psychology of gambling, overeating, excessive screen time, and so much more. If you want to break the cycle of constantly craving more, this interview will help you create meaningful change. I hope you enjoy this interview with Michael Easter! In this episode you'll discover: The interesting ways our society has removed discomfort from our daily lives. Why there's an evolutionary mismatch between our drive and our environment. What scarcity brain means. Why moderation is so difficult for most folks. What we can learn about human drive from slot machines. Three main components of a behavior loop. Examples of the scarcity loop in our modern world. The psychology of gambling. What pigeon studies on gambling can teach us about stimulation. How the theory of optimal stimulation explains addiction. Why slot machines became more popular after a few simple tweaks. How humans evolved to overeat. The fascinating history of snacking. Three v's of a popular snack. Why ultra-processed foods are easier to overeat. Three ways to fix your craving mindset. How scarcity cues can impact our behavior. The internal cues that prompt us to pick up our phones. How boredom can enhance creativity. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Scarcity Brain by Michael Easter The Comfort Crisis by Michael Easter Connect with Michael Easter Website / Newsletter / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Thanks to our Sponsors! This episode is brought to you by Organifi. Today, more than ever, because of all the stress inputs and how our bodies are processing the data that we're being exposed to, we very often need a little bit of a support. That's where the term supplement should come in at. Supplements should not replace an already healthy diet. It should supplement, it should fill in minor gaps. It should help us to be able to go above and beyond so that we're running on all cylinders. Now, we've existed recently in recent generations in the paradigm of the "multivitamin", and the data is now pointing to the fact that there is a very big difference in synthetic versions of vitamins versus real whole food versions of those same vitamins. Just because the the chemical equation is the same does not mean that it's impacting our health the same way. Take for example, essential nutrient vitamin E. This nutrient is important for healthy function of your cardiovascular system, cognitive performance, and even the health of your skin. Well, the study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition determined that natural food-based vitamin E, has nearly twice the bioavailability of synthetic vitamin E. So again, the data is now becoming more and more clear. Just because we get a "multivitamin" that has these synthetic versions of these essential nutrients, does not mean that our cells can actually utilize it. So when we're looking at fortifying our nutrition, providing ourselves with an abundance of essential nutrients, we wanna do this with number one, real whole foods. And number two, real food concentrates. Superfood concentrates. This is why I'm such a huge fan of Organifi. Organifi provides organic whole food-based superfood concentrates superfoods like chlorella, for example, which is incredibly rich in Chlorophyll, which a study published in the Journal Appetite found that chlorophyll can aid in weight loss and reduce the urge to eat hyper-palatable foods. But it also has remarkable micronutrients like Lutein and Zeaxanthin that helps with our cardiovascular system, with our vision and much more. These foods go above and beyond with their nutrient density. And on top of that, a double-blind placebo controlled study published in the journal Clinical and Experimental Hypertension found that Chlorella was able to normalize blood pressure of test subjects with hypertension. So when I'm saying these foods are superfoods, I'm not exaggerating. We're talking about science backed, we're talking about real. If we're talking about a multivitamin, this is where you need to turn, Whole Food concentrates. Organifi's Green Juice contains chlorella, spirulina, ashwagandha, coconut, and it comes together in this really refreshing beverage that's easy to make, easy to travel with as well. They have these great go packs and providing our families with real whole food-based complimentary nutrition. Go to organifi.com/model. You get 20% off their incredible Green Juice Blend. They also have a great Red Juice Formula Gold highlighting organic turmeric as the foundational ingredient in that formula. And so much more. Organifi is doing stuff the right way, organic, cold processing, organic whole food-based nutrition at organifi.com/model. That's organifi.com/model for 20% off storewide. This episode is brought to you by Four Sigmatic. The human brain is the most powerful pharmacy in the universe. And I'm saying that because every single thought that we think creates correlating chemistry in our bodies and that biochemistry is designed uniquely for you. It's beyond bio identical hormones or neurotransmitters. These are designed specifically for your own receptor site. So what you're making within your own body based on your thoughts, your perception of reality, is of the utmost importance. And obviously, thoughts of stress and anxiety, and worry and fear, these are going to create cascades that make us feel a certain way. The same with more positive and affirmative feelings and thoughts of joy, of love, of connection. But all of our emotions matter. Now, the thing is, if we're talking about health and longevity, we want to make sure that we're stacking conditions to have more positive, affirmative thoughts and buffer us from the stressful thoughts that we are inevitably going to have. Now, our sleep hygiene, our movement practices, and also our nutrition are of the utmost importance in helping to modulate these things. And when it comes to managing stress, there is one particular story, tea that has been utilized for thousands of years that stands head and shoulders above the rest. A study published in Biomedical Research found that test subjects with a variety of health complaints, including anxiety and poor sleep quality, were given lion's main medicinal mushroom or a placebo for four weeks to monitor their metabolic and psychological impact. The participants who utilize lion's mane had significantly reduced levels of anxiety and irritation than those in the placebo group. The researcher stated, quote, our results show that lion's main intake has the possibility to reduce depression and anxiety unquote. Not only that, scientists at the University of Malaya discovered that compounds in lion's mane are able to significantly improve the activity of a nerve growth factor in the brain. Nerve growth factor is essential in the regulation of growth, maintenance, proliferation and survival of various brain cells. If we want to have a healthy brain and protect our brain cells, which we don't have, the regenerative activity of brain cells like we do other cells in our bodies, we've got to take care of our brain cells. This is one of the few things ever discovered that has that protective capacity for me and my family. We want to make sure that the medicinal mushrooms that we're utilizing lions mane, chaga, rishi, and the like are all done via a dual extraction to make sure that we're getting these bio active compounds in a more full fashion. So via a hot water extract and an alcohol extract, there's one company that's doing that and infusing these incredible medicinal mushrooms into things like organic coffee, organic hot cocoa, and I'm talking about the folks at Four Sigmatic. Go to foursigmatic.com//model you get 10% off store wide of all of their incredible medicinal mushroom elixirs, cocos, and their organic coffee blends as well. Today I actually had the lions main and chaga organic coffee blend. This is one of those things, of course, it puts you on ten, but it helps you to modulate and manage your energy. It's not one of those things where you get this jolt of energy and then it leaves you lagging later on. It's very steady, mild mannered behavior and also helping to really activate the cognitive function that we're looking at when we're talking about things like lion's main, medicinal mushroom. Can get 10% off store wide plus more. 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There are a variety of smart lifestyle strategies you can use to lower your stress levels, including practicing meditation and deep breathing, getting adequate sleep, and exercise. But did you know that the food you eat has the potential to both reduce stress and cause stress? Food is a critical, yet often overlooked, piece of stress management. If you're looking for strategies to reduce your overall stress load, it's important to understand how nutrition impacts stress, and vice versa. On this episode of The Model Health Show, you're going to hear the science of how food can reduce stress and cause stress. You're also going to learn actionable steps you can take to ensure a healthier overall stress load with specific foods and behaviors. Learning strategies to modulate our stress responses is something we can all benefit from, so I hope this episode provides a ton of value to you. The bidirectional relationship between food and stress is a fascinating one, so click play, listen in, and enjoy the show! In this episode you'll discover: What percentage of physician visits are caused by stress related illnesses. The connection between stress and cardiovascular events. What stress is, and how your overall stress load is compiled. The definition of gastrophysics. What role perception plays in your food preferences. The surprising findings of the sonic chip experiment. How texture can influence our food experiences and enjoyment level. Specific examples of snacks that incorporate various food textures. The connection between carbohydrates and serotonin production. How consuming fermented foods can improve your mental health. The health benefits of consuming chocolate. How eating with others can act as a defensive mechanism against stress. Why eating increases immune activity. The connection between ultra-processed foods and psychological stress. Why chewing thoroughly is critical for your health. The two main things you should include while eating to reduce your stress load. Items mentioned in this episode include: EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Preorder your copy today & claim your free bonuses! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! DrinkLMNT.com/model --Get a FREE sample pack with any order! Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Thanks to our Sponsors! This episode is brought to you by Foursigmatic. What's another science backed food that can help to support the reduction of stress? Well, this one is actually traditionally used as a beverage, but it also is used culinary ways today in different food preparations. And I'm talking about Lion's Mane medicinal mushroom. I just went to a farmer's market the other day and there was a table there that had this wide variety of different medicinal mushrooms and Lion's Mane was there as well, and some folks who were getting the Lion's Mane to use it in different dishes. But traditionally it's gonna be a decoction or hot water extraction to kind of break down and extract these compounds that I'm about to share with you because within Lion's Mane, a study published in biomedical research found that test subjects with a variety of health complaints, including anxiety and poor sleep quality, were given Lion's Mane or a placebo for four weeks. The participants who use the Lion's Mane significantly reduce levels of irritation and anxiety than those in the placebo group. Alright, so we're talking about a reduction of agitation, a reduction of stress. The researchers stated "Our results show that Lion's Mane intake has the possibility to reduce depression and anxiety." That's special, man, that is really special. And as mentioned, you wanna make sure that this is a dual extraction to really get all the compounds from the mushrooms. This is why I'm such a huge fan of Four Sigmatic. I have Lion's Mane almost every day. So whether it's in the Lion's Mane Organic Coffee along with Chaga medicinal mushroom, or it's the Lion's Mane Elixir itself, this is one of those staples in my household for sure. Huge fan of Lion's Mane, and you could check them out. Go to foursigmatic.com/model, that's foursigmatic.com/model. You get 10% off storewide. Four Sigmatic really is the best. They've been such a huge supporter. We're a big supporter also of the movement with Eat Smarter and Eat Smarter Family Cookbook as well and just providing great gifts and things for giveaways and support just to really help with this movement with family wellness. So definitely appreciate Four Sigmatic. Go to foursigmatic.com/model for 10% off. This episode is brought to you by Organifi. For this one, we're gonna look at a spice. This one is turmeric. Turmeric has been found to improve insulin sensitivity, reduce blood fats, and directly act upon fat cells. Plus research published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology points to turmeric's potential in reducing the severity of both anxiety and depression. Yes, we can add some turmeric to different recipes. However, to get a truly therapeutic amount of it, I'm a huge fan of making a turmeric latte. And for that, my favorite turmeric latte is from Organifi Gold. Organifi Gold not only has an incredible source of organic turmeric, but also combines magnesium, Rishi, and other incredible ingredients that really help to reduce stress in the human body. They made that product so intentionally utilizing the highest quality ingredients and just making it easy to enjoy the process of getting well and getting these powerful nutrients into our bodies. For the Organifi Gold, go to organifi.com/model. That's organifi.com/model. You get 20% off storewide, so they're gold formula, they're Organifi green juice, which I mentioned spirulina a little bit earlier. It's one of the highlighted ingredients in the Organifi green juice. But in this particular instance, if we're talking about reducing stress, Organifi Gold is my favorite. This episode is brought to you by LMNT. Part of the response of the human body where we're not satiated and we're wanting to eat more and more and more is that we're not getting in the nutrients that our bodies are screaming for. Now with that lack of nutrients, by the way, this is where it's about being intentional when we're making our food choices to make sure that we're eating nutrient rich foods as much as possible. And to compliment with that in particular, there's a certain category of nutrients that are really important in helping to modulate stress. And this is where electrolytes can be valuable for everybody, especially those who are not getting copious amounts of these stress modulating electrolytes in their diet. A plethora of studies have proven the benefits of electrolytes on mental health and stress management. For example, a study cited in the journal of physiological reports titled Sodium and Potassium Excretion Predict Increased Depression in Urban Adolescents uncovered the overlooked role of electrolytes and mental health, in particular low potassium. And the sodium intake that's largely coming from ultra-processed foods is creating more mental health issues in our citizens. And of course, by the way, don't forget about magnesium when we're talking about this interplay with electrolytes. Magnesium has too many studies on reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression and releasing abnormal amounts of stress, helping us to metabolize stress. Then we can even mention, there are mountains of studies on the benefits of magnesium and so keep that in mind. This is why I'm a huge fan of course, of getting in our electrolytes in our food, but also supplementing with high quality electrolytes. I'm not talking about Gatorade, I'm not talking about Powerade, I'm not talking about any of that garbage. I'm talking about high quality electrolytes with science-backed data points that is not containing unnecessary sugars and food dyes for me and my family. This is something that I travel with this as well. It was really helpful. These are those small things you pick up traveling coast to coast to New York City, really helping me to adjust. I'm always traveling with my element electrolytes. Go to drinklmnt.com/model. That's drinklmnt.com/model and they're going to send you a free electrolyte sample pack with every purchase. So whatever electrolytes that you get, they're gonna send you a sample pack to try out their other varieties of electrolytes as well. So such a cool gift that they're giving for folks. Go to drinklmnt.com/model. Truly element is in a league of their own when it comes to electrolytes.
This is The Delay Dying Blog: Podcast Edition. All essays are written by Amy McBride. Only select essays appear on the podcast. To check out the rest, head over to the website. This essay reinforces my thinking that not everything is a diagnosis. You'll either love this episode, or be offended. This applies to you, as well as someone you're pointing a finger at in your life. You're limiting yourself by labeling. It's easy to write someone off with a buzz word that's being thrown around on social media. You don't have to think very hard. But if you took time to look at their actions, or maybe even your own, I think you'd see there are more layers and it's not this black and white buzz word. Humans are complex. __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
Having strong, healthy relationships can positively impact your health in a myriad of ways. And since the beginning of human existence, we have connected with each other over the experience of food. Food has the power to cultivate strong bonds, encourage unity over shared interests and values, and bring families and communities together. On this episode of The Model Health Show, you're going to learn about how relationships impact your health and longevity. You'll hear the data behind the numerous benefits of a shared family meal and how to implement this practice into your routine. You'll also learn five practical strategies for creating intentional connections around food. Our relationships are at the foundation of our health and well-being, and creating connections around food can create a ripple effect of benefits. Click play to hear the fascinating science behind the #1 controller of your health and fitness! In this episode you'll discover: The #1 element that impacts human health and longevity. How humans have evolved sharing meals. Why food is the cornerstone of many relationships. How we evolved to connect over food. The science on what happens when families eat together. How eating meals with other can prevent chronic diseases. The minimum effective dose to reap the health benefits of a shared family meal. How a family meal can impact rates of stress and tension. The relationship between oxytocin and cortisol. What percentage of families eat together on a regular basis. How your culture influences your cravings. What percentage of the average American's diet is ultra-processed foods. The importance of scheduling family meals. How to get your children excited about implementing more family meals. Why a pre-meal ritual can encourage more connection. How to practice more presence during family meals. Why a post-meal experience can trigger a dopamine release in the brain. Items mentioned in this episode include: EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Order your copy today! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! The #1 Controller of Human Health with Dr. Robert Waldinger – Episode 651 Legado Family Card Deck Conversation Cards for Kids and Teens Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Thanks to our Sponsors This episode is brought to you by Four Sigmatic. So even getting together with your friends or a friend of yours for lunch or for a cup of coffee, all of these things count. All right? All of these things count, and you can even invite them over for some really good coffee. All right? And you already know we're about, we're about organic and medicinal mushroom infused, like Chaga, one of the most remarkable sources of antioxidants ever discovered, noted in purview data to be very effective at reducing the impact of cancer. We also see Chaga being one of the natural elements that helps to produce or induce more production of something called Superoxide dismutase, a really powerful master antioxidant in the human body that is part of the reason why it's so effective at targeting cancer cells. So Chaga, Lion's Mane noted in multiple studies to help to reduce anxiety and even to stimulate the production of new brain cells. And this is from researchers at the University of Malaya, and they're studying it for its neuroprotective benefits. And so, am I just randomly picking two powerful medicinal mushrooms and organic coffee together? No, that's what I had today. That's what I had today from the incredible folks at Four Sigmatic. All right, go to foursigmatic.com/model, and you get 10% off their incredible think blend. That's their think blend, because it's targeting cognitive function. All right? So you can get the ground coffee, make it yourself. I'm into that life now. The drip life, I'm into it. Or they have instant coffee as well. And that's what I actually, I bring that along when I travel. And you know, again, this is something that I love making coffee. Don't tell my wife this, but I love making coffee for her in the morning. It's just part of what we do. I don't like sometimes when she rushes me, all right, because sometimes she's like, just get my coffee and then we could talk, all right? Sometimes she do hit me with that, but I love it. I love doing that for her. And this is something you would love as well. Definitely check them out. Four Sigmatic is truly an elite of their own when it comes to coffee. That's foursigmatic.com/model for 10% off all their incredible coffees. They've got some remarkable, if you're not into coffee, there are teas, there're incredible elixirs that are, you know, you can get lion's mane you can get Reishi, you can get Cordyceps, all dual extracted. So you actually get all of these vital nutrients that we've been talking about. Foursigmatic.com/model.
Marcos, out of Los Angeles, is the mastermind behind his new band, Magnolia. Sonically driven, disciplined and wise beyond his years, Marcos shares how his life experiences have made him a better version of himself. We chatted about: -Solutions for staying calm in life -Awareness and mindfulness -Routine and creativity -How he dealt with and moved beyond substance abuse Connect with Marcos: https://www.instagram.com/marcosvaca_https://www.instagram.com/magnoliaband.wav Magnolia on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/62TfX6pooiF9N3L9rUl9OJ?si=Miq8LK3ATkCWLcVBkIaE6w __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
“When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don't adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.” – Confucius What does it take to go from good to great? We often think about achieving more as a long, incremental process. But what if you could grow exponentially and achieve more by doing less? On today's show, you're going to learn about how to achieve 10x growth. Our guest today is Dr. Benjamin Hardy. He is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker and best-selling author who focuses on the psychology of exponential growth and transformation, future self science, and entrepreneurship. He co-authored the book, 10x Is Easier Than 2x, with Dan Sullivan. On this episode of The Model Health Show, Dr. Hardy is sharing high-level principles from his new book, including how to reframe your identity, the power of setting big goals, and how to focus on creating results in your specific priorities. This interview is full of powerful insights on achievement, confidence, and creating the life that you want. So tune in and enjoy this conversation with the one and only, Dr. Benjamin Hardy! In this episode you'll discover: The two main components that make up your identity. Why 10x is easier than 2x. The truth about goal setting research and psychology research. Two things you need to determine when setting a goal. How setting impossible goals can help you seek new solutions. An exercise you can use to reframe your identity. What psychological flexibility is and how to develop it. How operating as your future self can help you gain clarity. Five questions you can ask yourself to solidify your goals and identity. The importance of having clear and concise priorities. How reframing your past can help you transform your identity. The reason you should practice gratitude at the end of the day. How to build confidence. A huge misconception about developing your personality. Why 10x is simpler than 2x. How to utilize relationships in order to achieve your goals. A specific example of what it means to create a filter. What you can learn from obstacles. Items mentioned in this episode include: EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Preorder your copy today & claim your free bonuses! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! DrinkLMNT.com/model -- Get a FREE sample pack with any order! Onnit.com/model -- Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! 10x Is Easier Than 2x by Dan Sullivan & Dr. Benjamin Hardy Who Not How by Dan Sullivan & Dr. Benjamin Hardy The 80/20 Individual by Richard Koch Catching the Big Fish by David Lynch Good to Great by Jim Collins Connect with Dr. Benjamin Hardy Website / Instagram / YouTube Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud
This is The Delay Dying Blog: Podcast Edition. All essays are written by Amy McBride. Only select essays appear on the podcast. To check out the rest, head over to the website. Feeling like the world is against you and your dreams are vaporizing into intergalactic dust, never to be seen in full form, again? Then this episode is for you. We'll touch on a few helpful tactics you can employ when you need to persevere and power through. Tip 1 - Connect with your purpose. Tip 2 - Step back and take a break. Tip 3 - Do not accept defeat. __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
In our fast-paced, technology-centric society, it's easy to focus on the ways in which our devices are making us more distracted and disconnected. But what if we harnessed the power of technology for good? What if we could utilize technology in a way that could promote neuroplasticity and improve cognition? Today's guest, Dr. Adam Gazzaley, is the founding director of Neuroscape at University of California, San Francisco and a professor in neurology, physiology, and psychiatry. He is also the chief scientific advisor and board member at Akili, a company that is dedicated to changing the landscape of cognitive medicine. In this interview, Dr. Gazzaley is sharing the details behind the first-of-its-kind treatment for ADHD—a video game experience. In this interview, we're going to talk about the importance of harnessing your attention and how technology can impact your attention span. You'll learn about the future of experiential medicine, how to improve cognition and neuroplasticity, and so much more. I hope you enjoy this interview with the incredible Dr. Adam Gazzaley! In this episode you'll discover: Why our attention is our most valuable asset. The challenges that our technology-driven world has created for our brains. How accessibility to technology changed our attention spans. Why humans are essentially cyborgs. The importance of disconnecting from technology. How your brain handles single-tasking vs. multitasking. Why awareness about the inefficacy of multitasking is critical. How to make single-tasking gratifying. Why technology is a double-edged sword. What neuroplasticity is, and how it occurs. The link between neuroplasticity and technology. How video games can improve cognition. Why experiences can target systems in the brain. The difference between molecular medicine and experiential medicine. Why “chemical imbalance” is an oversimplification. The history of the first FDA approved video game. What experiential medicine is. Why the placebo effect works. Other important modalities for improving mental health. Items mentioned in this episode include: Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Preorder the cookbook today & claim your bonuses! EndeavorOTC EndeavorRx Akili The Distracted Mind by Adam Gazzaley Connect with Dr. Adam Gazzaley Website Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud
Sean, drummer for Good Riddance, Mad Caddies and Pulley hangs out and talks all things wellness like few others. He is a walking example of PMA and leading a holistic lifestyle and drops so much amazing stuff in this chat. I could have talked to this guy for 6 hours. We chatted about: Nutrition, food sensitivities and detoxing Organic, GMOs and food sourcing Healing from past traumas/pain Exercise and drumming Having a positive mindset Connect with Sean: https://www.instagram.com/seansellersdrummer https://linktr.ee/goodriddance https://www.nextfan.com/links/madcaddies https://linktr.ee/pulleymatters __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
Eating well has the potential to manifest a variety of changes in your body, including improving your brain function. And at a time when progressive neurodegenerative diseases are at an all-time high, protecting the function of your brain is one of the best things you can do to ensure health and longevity. Today you're going to learn about ten specific foods that have been proven to boost memory, improve focus, and contribute to overall brain health. You'll hear the studies backing up each food, what you need to consider when sourcing your groceries, plus the best ways to incorporate these nutritional powerhouses into your diet. These ten foods are featured in my newest book, Eat Smarter Cookbook. I'm going to share what you can expect from the book, how to incorporate these ten brain-boosting foods into your family's regular meals, and the best ways to upgrade your plate without sacrificing taste, tradition, or enjoyment. Enjoy! In this episode you'll discover: How acai can reduce neuroinflammation. The link between belly fat, insulin resistance, and inflammation in the brain. How to utilize the benefits of acai without disrupting your blood glucose. What percentage of the average American child's diet is ultra-processed foods. The health benefits of consuming raw honey. What to look for when shopping for high-quality honey. Which compounds in fatty fish are necessary for brain function. The connection between omega 3 consumption and brain shrinkage rates. How drinking coffee can reduce your risk of developing progressive brain diseases. The best way to leverage the health benefits of coffee. Which food can reduce oxidative stress and improve neuron health. How much cinnamon to consume daily to reap its benefits. The importance of phospholipids for brain health. Which nutrient in eggs is critical for memory development. The role of choline during pregnancy and breastfeeding. How to utilize the memory-enhancing effects of anthocyanins. The metabolic and cognitive benefits of incorporating sweet potatoes in your diet. How extra virgin olive oil can improve autophagy in the brain. Why storage matters when it comes to olive oil. The role turmeric plays in memory function. Which ingredient in turmeric can help slow aging of the brain. Items mentioned in this episode include: EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Preorder the cookbook today & claim your bonuses! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! PaleoValley.com/model -- Use code MODEL for 15% off! Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation
There's a pervasive myth surrounding chronic illnesses. Far too many folks have fallen victim to the disempowering idea that our genes dictate our health outcomes. While variants of certain genes can be a risk factor for developing some conditions, genes alone cannot cause disease. The most important factor in determining your health is the choices that you make on a daily basis, because genetic expression is directly impacted by environmental factors like diet, stress, toxic load, and sleep. Today's guest, Kashif Khan, is the CEO and founder of The DNA Company and the author of The DNA Way. His work is dedicated to helping folks utilize functional genomics, using insights about their personal genome to optimize their health. In this interview, you're going to hear the fascinating science on how to prevent disease and age healthfully through lifestyle choices. You'll learn the underlying principles of functional genomics, and lifestyle changes you can implement to improve your genetic expression and overall quality of life. This episode contains conversations on how the food industry and the pharmaceutical industry impact our collective health, the role of inflammation in chronic disease, and simple dietary changes that can improve your health. Understanding the ability you have to influence your gene expression can be incredibly empowering, and I know you're going to enjoy Kashif's insights on this episode of The Model Health Show! In this episode you'll discover: What the main difference between genetics and genomics is. The truth about BRCA gene mutations and cancer risk. How understanding your genome can help inform your choices. Why our body's detox pathways can't keep up with our environment. How forever chemicals can make you sick. The difference between food regulations in the US and other countries. How to source high-quality water. Why toilet paper and tampons can increase your toxic load. The scary truth about plastic food storage. Why genes are not the cause of disease. How Kashif got into the field of functional genomics. The importance of understanding systems, not symptoms. What telomeres are, and how long they should last. A shocking statistic on bankruptcy and healthcare costs. How many of our top killers are rooted in inflammation. Why the American lifespan is declining. An interesting connection between cholesterol and inflammation levels. Why 80% of dementia cases occur in women. The critical role omega 3 fats play in the body. How your microbiome and immune health are connected. The importance of minerals for human health. Items mentioned in this episode include: DrinkLMNT.com/model -- Get a FREE sample pack with any order! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! EatSmarterCookbook.com -- Preorder your copy today & claim your free bonuses! TheDNACompany.com/model -- Get your personalized report! The DNA Way by Kashif Khan EWG.org Connect with Kashif Khan Website / Instagram Join our Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify SoundCloud Download Transcript
This is The Delay Dying Blog: Podcast Edition. All essays are written by Amy McBride. Only select essays appear on the podcast. To check out the rest, head over to the website. This episode is worth the listen if you know someone who has passed, or if you yourself might pass (spoiler alert: you will). In this episode
Welcome to the SYNC Your Life podcast episode #166! On this podcast, we will be diving into all things women's hormones to help you learn how to live in alignment with your female physiology. Too many women are living with their check engine lights flashing. You know you feel "off" but no matter what you do, you can't seem to have the energy, or lose the weight, or feel your best. This podcast exists to shed light on the important topic of healthy hormones and cycle syncing, to help you gain maximum energy in your life. In today's episode, I'm diving into the topic of adrenal healing through lifestyle. In this episode, I reference the previous SYNC Your Life podcast episodes: Estrogen, Adrenals, and the Liver: Interview with Dr. Calvin Ng Adaptogenic Herbs Open Letter to My Fellow Type A Mamas Autonomic Nervous System Earthing and Vitamin N Breathwork with Joanna Krysiak LEA: Low Energy Availability Health Benefits of Clean Coffee The coffee I mention on the podcast is FourSigmatic, found here. I also mention the Oura ring. You can grab $40 off by clicking here. To learn more about the SYNC Digital Course, check out jennyswisher.com. Let's be friends outside of the podcast! Send me a message or schedule a call so I can get to know you better. You can reach out at https://jennyswisher.com/contact-2/. Enjoy the show! Episode Webpage: jennyswisher.com/podcast
Rikki, drummer for Death Valley Girls, hangs out at her cabin in the woods and talks all things wellness, sharing great insights into how to care for yourself holistically. We chat about: -Nature stuff -Managing anxiety -Building self-trust and confidence -Aging and health Connect with Rikki: https://www.instagram.com/rikkistyxx https://www.instagram.com/deathvalleygirls https://linktr.ee/deathvalleygirls Photo Credit: Chris Barber __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
The concept of minimalism has gained popularity in recent years for its simplicity and the idea of less as more. Most folks who practice minimalism tend to apply it to their belongings and home, but what if we decided to apply the concepts of minimalism to all areas of our lives? That's exactly what my friend Light Watkins did when he adopted a nomadic lifestyle in 2018. Light Watkins is a bestselling author, world-renowned meditation teacher, and speaker. In his new book, Travel Light, he details how to simplify complex topics like meditation, following your inner guidance, and finding your purpose. Today, you're going to hear seven of these principles that can help you create more streamlined routines, find inner peace, and cultivate happiness. You'll learn how to take a minimalist approach to diet and exercise, how to prioritize your happiness, and what it actually takes to find your life's purpose. This episode is full of insights on how to connect with your inner guidance, how to live a more fulfilled life, and how to make better, more aligned decisions. I hope you enjoy this episode with the one and only, Light Watkins! In this episode you'll discover: Why Light takes a minimalist approach to exercise. A simple nutrition metric you can track to reach your goals, other than calories. The power of building consistency in any habit. Why you should plan your health goals based on your busiest day. What it actually means to practice minimalism. How to prioritize and cultivate inner happiness. A huge misconception about meditation. What it means to have a free-range mind. How to tap into your inner guidance system. Why following your curiosity will lead to finding your purpose. How meditation is like solving a Rubik's Cube. The power of becoming a student of your own curiosity. How to calculate the hidden cost of any decision. The truth about finding Zen. How to reverse engineer your gratitude. The importance in finding comfort in discomfort. What we can learn from Rosa Parks. Why home is a state of mind. How to allow your purpose to be your best editor. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Travel Light by Light Watkins The Inner Gym by Light Watkins Bliss More by Light Watkins Knowing Where to Look by Light Watkins Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pirsig How to Build an Unshakable Mindset with Tim Grover – Episode 693 Connect with Light Watkins Website / Podcast / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Download Transcript
This is The Delay Dying Blog: Podcast Edition. All essays are written by Amy McBride. Only select essays appear on the podcast. To check out the rest, head over to the website. In this episode, we're going to dig into my feelings about this business and podcast. This essay is going to be both a little bitter, and a little sweet on the palate. Parts cooked, parts raw. Because sometimes I feel up against a wall with Welly P. So we're going to jump into what I mean by that. Here is my brutal truth of how I feel about Wellness Provisions. __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
“The mind is just like a muscle – the more you exercise it, the stronger it gets and the more it can expand.” – Idowu Koyenikan Our mindset has a profound impact on our lives and the types of outcomes we are able to achieve. Building a strong mindset is a key component of accomplishing any goal, because it's your mindset that allows you to stay focused, overcome negative thoughts, and effectively handle challenges. On this compilation episode, you're going to hear seven powerful insights from inspiring guests about building mental strength and resilience. These insights will remind you of your power, help you build confidence, and transform your mindset. You're going to learn from some of the most successful, inspiring minds, including Dr. Eric Thomas, Mel Robbins, Prince Ea, and more. No matter what you're trying to achieve or what types of challenges you're facing, building a strong mindset will help you build confidence and perform at your highest capacity. This episode will help you take responsibility, reframe negative thoughts, redefine failure, and cultivate self-love. I hope you enjoy this compilation episode of The Model Health Show! In this episode you'll discover: How taking ownership for your life gives you control. Why making excuses is holding you back. The role your environment plays in your outcomes. Three emotional needs every human has. Why a high five can serve as a powerful affirmation. The most overlooked detail about affirmations and mantras. How stepping out of a victim mentality can give you peace. Why your past traumas can provide an opportunity to help others. How to change the way you think about confidence. The relationship between confidence and competence. Why redefining failure will help you grow. How to reframe your negative thoughts. The difference between pleasure and happiness. Why it's critical to find and master your craft. The power of vulnerability. How loving yourself can help you love others. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Organifi.com/Model -- Get FREE Pure when you purchase the Sunrise to Sunset Kit! Take Control of Your Mind with Dr. Eric Thomas – Episode 617 The Science of Self-Belief with Mel Robbins – Episode 514 Let Go of What's Holding You Back with Lewis Howes – Episode 666 Break Through Your Mental Barriers with Lisa Bilyeu – Episode 611 How to Transform Our World from the Inside Out with Prince Ea – Episode 639 Unlock More Happiness, Health, & Success with Jairek Robbins – Episode 594 Why Improving Mental Health Is the Key with Zachary Levi – Episode 635 Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Download Transcript
Mike, punk drummer and owner of a bitchin' Airbnb in Joshua Tree, sits down and shares how he stays healthy and happy with such a demanding schedule. We also go on a tangent about nutrition and food and it's pretty hilarious. We chatted about: Touring with health in mind Rest VS Productivity Discipline and staying organized Dealing with adversity Connect with Mike: https://www.instagram.com/mikebystereo/ https://linktr.ee/deathbystereoband https://www.instagram.com/theadolescentsusa/ https://adolescents.shop/ Photo Credit: Christian Thomas __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
S3 Bonus Episode | June The multitalented Blag Dahlia, frontman and mastermind of the Dwarves, sits down and talks all things writing. If you aren't privy to his books, seek them out. I love his writing style and this conversation covers a lot of ground. We chatted about: How his storytelling differs from songs vs novels Writing as catharsis Pushing through writer's block Tons more. Just tune in! We also talked about: Decent Criminal https://linktr.ee/DecentCriminal Connect with Blag: https://www.instagram.com/thedwarves/ https://www.instagram.com/blag_dahlia/ https://thedwarves.com/ __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
Rates of mental health disorders across the board have skyrocketed in recent years. And like most conditions that plague our society, there's a lot of talk about treatment options without getting to the root cause of the problem. On this compilation episode of The Model Health Show, you're going to hear ten empowering insights from top experts in mental health and brain health. This episode addresses the underlying contributing factors that are influencing our declining rates of mental health—and more importantly, what we can do to fix it. You'll learn about the connection between metabolic health and mental health, the neuroscience behind happiness, how gut health and inflammation can impact your mental well-being, and nutrition tips to enhance cognitive function. You're going to hear from brilliant experts in their respective fields, like Dr. Susan David, Dr. Caroline Leaf, and Dr. Christopher Palmer. Mental health is a vital component of our overall health that impacts every part of our lives, both individually and as a collective society. This episode is full of information and tools you can implement to improve your mental health today. Get ready to take notes, click play, and enjoy the show! In this episode you'll discover: The truth about the long-term efficacy of mental health treatments. What the number one cause of disability is. Why metabolic health and mental health are inseparable. How the pandemic affected the rates of mental health problems. The relationship between happiness and brain function in the prefrontal cortex. How the mind plays a role in mental health challenges. The problem with making a mental health condition part of your identity. How identifying with a label can affect your cognitive ability. Why exercise can be used as a defense against depression. The relationship between depression and expression. How your diet impacts your neurotransmitters. The connection between gut health, inflammation, and mental health. What a metaphysical meal is. How processed food consumption can affect brain development & ADHD. The importance of optimizing your fatty acid ratio for mental health. What brain reserve is, and the importance of building it. How having strong relationships can relieve stress and improve your health. The connection between loneliness and low-level chronic stress. Why our emotions are so valuable. The power in naming your emotions, and what emotional agility is. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Get FREE Pure when you purchase the Sunrise to Sunset Kit! Onnit.com/model -- Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Metabolic Health & Mental Health with Dr. Christopher Palmer – Episode 649 The Neuroscience of Happiness with Dr. Daniel Amen – Episode 568 The Mind vs. The Brain with Dr. Caroline Leaf – Episode 463 The Truth About Exercise – Episode 688 The Overlooked Root of Depression with Dr. Michael Beckwith – Episode 687 How Your Thoughts & Emotions Impact Your Health with Dr. Will Cole – Episode 672 The Connection Between Food & Mental Health with Dr. Uma Naidoo – Episode 618 Improve Your Brain Today with Dr. Daniel Amen – Episode 671 The #1 Controller of Health & Longevity with Dr. Robert Waldinger – Episode 651 Use These Tools to Strengthen Emotional Agility with Dr. Susan David – Episode 595 Why Be Happy? by Dennis Prager Emotional Agility by Dr. Susan David Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Download Transcript
This is The Delay Dying Blog: Podcast Edition. All essays are written by Amy McBride. Only select essays appear on the podcast. To check out the rest, head over to the website. In this episode, we're going to go on a journey and look at how shifting your perspective can impact your future (and present). Can your relationship to money change? Do you want life to feel easier? Find out what changes can help. __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
Linh, bassist of Bad Cop Bad Cop, shares some truths and reflects on all the different elements that help us become better versions of ourselves. We chat about: Healthy boundaries Perfectionism Beauty and imperfections Self-talk and self-kindness How she balances her stress levels Connect with Linh: Photo Credit: Tony Smith @tonysmith_images __________________________ ❗SPECIAL WELLY P OFFER: Do you love Four Sigmatic? Save 10% with coupon code WELLYP when you shop directly at Four Sigmatic https://foursigmatic.com/
The science of longevity and aging affirms that our behaviors and environmental factors have a profound impact on our quality of life as we age. Though growing older is a natural and inevitable process, we have an immense amount of power in our hands to encourage healthy aging of both our bodies and minds. On this compilation episode of The Model Health Show, you're going to hear incredible insights on longevity from some of the best experts on human aging and lifespan. You're going to learn about the science of telomeres and epigenetics, plus practical tips in areas like diet and exercise. You'll also hear about how your relationships impact your lifespan, the critical role of having muscle as you age, and the role of stress reduction in longevity. This episode features world-renowned experts in their respective fields, like Dr. Robert Waldinger, Dr. Gabrielle, Lyon, Dr. Elissa Epel, and more. Aging healthfully should be a goal for all humans, and I know this episode is going to arm you with the tools you need to increase your healthspan, durability, and overall health. Enjoy! In this episode you'll discover: How strong relationships can act as stress relievers. Why loneliness is correlated with low-level chronic stress. How your skeletal muscle can protect you from diseases. The connection between skeletal muscle and insulin resistance. Why protein restriction is dangerous for aging populations. How having healthy levels of skeletal muscle increase your survivability. Why exercise is protective against cancer. What the sit-and-rise test is, and what it can tell you about your mobility. A distinction between longevity and durability. How building muscle mass impacts all your organ systems. What your number one job should be as you age. Top foods for human health and longevity. The powerful anti-aging effects of flow state. What telomeres are and how they relate to aging. The science of the anti-aging enzyme telomerase. How your epigenome determines your health outcomes. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! The #1 Controller of Human Health with Dr. Robert Waldinger – Episode 651 The Truth About Protein, Muscle, & Longevity with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon – Episode 606 Mobility Exercises to Upgrade Your Body with Juliet & Kelly Starrett – Episode 675 How to Be Fit & Functional for 100 Years with Mark Sisson – Episode 668 The Muscle-Brain Connection – Episode 331 Increase Longevity & Unlock Peak Performance with Steven Kotler – Episode 682 The Connection Between Stress & Longevity with Dr. Elissa Epel – Episode 647 Increase Your Life Force with Tony Robbins – Episode 557 Built to Move by Kelly & Juliet Starrett The Telomere Effect by Drs. Elizabeth Blackburn & Elissa Epel Life Force by Tony Robbins Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Download Transcript
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