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Hard work paid off very well for Mat Fraser. Now he's sharing his knowledge. Sean and Tommy discuss his new HWPO program for competitors and how it might change the landscape of the sport of fitness. Offseason competitions continue with the Legends Championship next week. Co-founder of the event Bob Jennings stops by the show to talk about how the event has grown and if it might one day play a role in the CrossFit Games season.
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Are you one of those people whose skin gets WORSE the cleaner and healthier your diet becomes? This is one of those things people don't talk about that can really get someone down because diet changes are so heavily pushed as a one-stop solution to clear up your skin. So if you've ever felt like you just didn't “try hard enough” or “eat clean enough” because your skin got worse, know that you're not alone. Though I don't have an exact reason WHY this happens, I do have clinical observations that I can share. My hope is that you'll stop blaming yourself (or thinking that you're just doomed) and encourage you to dig deeper than food to address triggers to your skin rashes. In this episode: Answering the question: Can eating clean make your skin rashes worse? What it means if your skin gets worse the cleaner + healthier your diet gets Diets I've seen clinically cause skin rashes to get worse in some individuals Connection between skin flare-ups and diet shifts Quotes: You are not a failure if eating “clean” or making healthy diet changes actually makes your skin rashes worse! Those with rashes that are “diet-resistant” or worsen with a healthier diet often have gut dysbiosis.
Catch Dave on Episode 006 of Greater Than Code! Getting Technology Into the Hands of Children with David Bock (https://www.greaterthancode.com/getting-technology-into-the-hands-of-children) 02:10 - Dave's Superpower: Ability to Reevaluate and Drop Ideas – Onto The Next! * Star Trek: The Next Generation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek:_The_Next_Generation) * Impostor Syndrome (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impostor_syndrome) 07:10 - The Acceptance of Ruby; Using Ruby as a Teaching Language * Teaching Ruby Makes Approaching Computer Science Approachable * Intro To Programming Skill Tree.md (https://gist.github.com/caseywatts/93cba34cd882a05b3107) * Computational Thinking (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computational_thinking) * Object-Oriented Programming (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-oriented_programming) * Functional Programming (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Functional_programming#:~:text=In%20computer%20science%2C%20functional%20programming,by%20applying%20and%20composing%20functions.&text=When%20a%20pure%20function%20is,state%20or%20other%20side%20effects.) * Primer on Python Decorators (https://realpython.com/primer-on-python-decorators/) 18:01 - Mobile Development * Accessibility * FingerWorks (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FingerWorks) * Teaching Performance; Linear Algebra (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_algebra) * Star 26 Math Puzzle (https://www.puzzlemaster.ca/browse/wood/otherwood/12292-star-26-math-puzzle) * Aristotle Number Puzzle (https://www.amazon.com/s?k=aristottles+number+puzzle&ref=nb_sb_noss_2) 24:10 - Teaching Remotely * WatchDOG Dads (https://www.pickerington.k12.oh.us/violet-elementary/watch-dog-dads/) * Cameras On/Off * % of Women Went Up / Gatekeeping and Gender Bias * Grace Hopper (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_Hopper) 34:25 - Computer Science Education Week (https://www.csedweek.org/) + Teaching/Volunteering * Hour of Code (https://hourofcode.com/) * Code.org (https://code.org/) * Scratch (https://scratch.mit.edu/) “Computers aren't smart. They're just dumb really, really fast.” Understanding the Pareto Principle (The 80/20 Rule) (https://betterexplained.com/articles/understanding-the-pareto-principle-the-8020-rule/) Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea (https://www.amazon.com/Zero-Biography-Dangerous-Charles-Seife/dp/0140296476) Plimpton 322 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plimpton_322) 56:39 - Handling Time Management and Energy * Ted Lasso (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Lasso) * Getting Positive by Looking at the Negative Reflections: Casey: Motivating students to learn algorithmic efficiency. Feeling the problem. Mae: Becoming more involved in the community. Chelsea: What are people in the tech world ready for? Dave: How much talking about computer science education is invigorating and revitalizing. Seeing problems through beginners' eyes. This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep (https://twitter.com/therubyrep) of DevReps, LLC (http://www.devreps.com/). To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode (https://www.patreon.com/greaterthancode) To make a one-time donation so that we can continue to bring you more content and transcripts like this, please do so at paypal.me/devreps (https://www.paypal.me/devreps). You will also get an invitation to our Slack community this way as well. Special Guest: Dave Bock.
Creating resilient kids is such an important part of being a parent. We should all strive to help our kids be more physically, mentally, and emotionally resilient; part of this is ensuring their immune system is resilient. I'm joined by Dr. Elisa Song to talk about how we can build up our kid's immune systems through diet and lifestyle. You Can Strengthen the Vagus Nerve By: Learning and Using Breathing Techniques Mindfulness and Meditation EFT Tapping Yoga Belly Breathing Try the Loving Kindness Meditation Yourself May you feel safe. May you feel happy. May you feel healthy. May you live with ease. About Dr. Elisa Song Dr. Elisa Song is an integrative pediatrician, pediatric functional medicine expert, and mama. In her integrative pediatric practice, Whole Family Wellness she's helped 1000s of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and helped their parents understand how to help their children thrive – body, mind, and spirit – by integrating conventional pediatrics with functional medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, herbal medicine, and essential oils. Dr. Song created Healthy Kids Happy Kids as an online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners and parents bridge the gap between conventional and integrative pediatrics with an evidence-based, pediatrician-backed approach. Vitamin D is an essential supplement to take all year round, but especially coming into the darker months. When is the last time you had your Vitamin D levels checked? Call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. In This Episode Some of the symptoms of COVID-19 in children [7:30] What we need to know about immune resilience [15:45] The power of the mind-gut connection [18:30] How to balance your sugar consumption with whole foods [21:30] The most important supplements to improve your health [23:00] How much Vitamin D should your children have [26:30] The important role of inflammation [33:00] What the Cell Danger Response is [43:30] How parents can help their children strengthen the Vagus Nerve [47:00] Why the diet and lifestyle piece is even more important than the supplement piece [51:45] What to do when your child has a fever [52:00] Links & Resources Use Code IMMUNESUPPORT for 10% Off Use Code VITAMIND for 10% Off Coronavirus (COVID-19): What a Pediatrician Wants You to Know FREE Ebook: “The Top 5 Mistakes Parents Make When Their Child Has a Fever” Food As Medicine for Immune Support Find Dr. Elisa Song Online Follow Dr. Elisa Song on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 57: 5 Keys To Raising Healthy Kids With Dr. Brian Stenzler Episode 63: Childhood Trauma Healing With Dr. Aimie Apigian Episode 62: Trailblazing Children's Mental Health With Dr. Roseann Capanna Hodge
There is much existing clinical research on probiotics, and more studies are emerging on a regular basis. In this podcast episode I review 10 studies that examine the effectiveness of probiotics for improving gut health, liver function, mood, sleep, children's issues, and more. I also cover pointers for practitioners to keep in mind when prescribing probiotics for patients. https://drruscio.com/probiotic-research-updates-2/ My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
Blood glucose holds keys to many important health markers including metabolic health, insulin levels, and our risk for chronic disease. The Continuous Glucose Monitoring device provides a simple, non-invasive way to track your blood glucose in real time, and see how your diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors affect your levels. Kara Collier, co-founder of Nutrisense, discusses this important innovation in personal health tracking. https://drruscio.com/continuous-glucose-monitoring My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
In this "HBR Minute Rewind" HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) explores the recent HBR video, "How Apple Is Organized for Innovation: The Functional Organization" (Originally Aired February 8, 2021). See the video here: https://youtu.be/5hENFA3CJUY. Video Overview: "When Steve Jobs arrived back at Apple in 1997, he laid off general managers of all business units and combined disparate functional departments into one functional organization. (Part 1 of 3) This is part 1 of 3 Part 2--The Leadership Model: https://youtu.be/d5enAGG51PQ; Part 3--Leadership at Scale: https://youtu.be/hczW4Bqf3Qk . The adoption of a functional structure may have been unsurprising for a company of Apple's size at the time. What is surprising—in fact, remarkable—is that Apple retains it today, even though the company is nearly 40 times as large in terms of revenue and far more complex than it was in 1998. Senior vice presidents are in charge of functions, not products. As was the case with Jobs before him, CEO Tim Cook occupies the only position on the organizational chart where the design, engineering, operations, marketing, and retail of any of Apple's main products meet. In effect, besides the CEO, the company operates with no conventional general managers: people who control an entire process from product development through sales and are judged according to a P&L statement." Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing the CEO of Brain.FM, Dan Clark. In this episode, we discuss all the technology that he is doing with Brain.FM to help the individual increase focus, relax, sleep and much more. The technology of sounds is different than brainwave therapy or isochronic sound waves. I have been using the technology since we recorded our episode and I have enjoyed every aspect of it. This definitely helps with the neuro beats to enhance the focus aspect of one's brain and Dan will talk about this and much more in the episode. With no further ado, tune in and let us know what you think! Who is Dan Clark? Dan Clark is a serial entrepreneur, traveler, and the CEO, Brain.FM, an innovative technology company that helps users be more productive through the use of functional music created by composers and artificial intelligence. Daniel has been in love with technology- and its potential to positively impact the world- for as long as he can remember. From building websites when he was 13, starting a design and advertising business at 18, and driving millions in revenue for multinational brands as a director for a boutique ad agency, he has truly been at the forefront of how technology can exponentially grow successful businesses. One of Brain. FMM's first users, he called the company 12 times before they agreed to bring him in for an interview. When he did receive an offer, he jumped at it (even working for free for the first few weeks). He eventually moved up to Head of Technology and is now the CEO. As CEO, Daniel is continually striving to build a company that can not only change the world through music but also is one of the best companies for people to work for and grow with. How to Connect with Brain.FM and Dan Clark? Website: Brain.FM Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brainfm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brainfmapp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrainfmApp -------------------------------------------- Connect with Dr. Vic... Website: www.EmpowerYourReality.com Facebook: www.Facebook.com/drvicmanzo Instagram: www.Instagram.com/drvicmanzo LinkedIn: www.LinkedIn.com/in/drmanzo Check out my books: https://amzn.to/3gzr9XT About Dr. Vic... I'm Dr. Vic Manzo Jr., a Pediatric/Family Wellness Chiropractor, Business/Self-Mastery Coach, Influential Author, Inspirational Speaker, and the host and creator of The Mindful Experiment Podcast and The Mindful Chiropractor Podcast. I teach entrepreneurs and Chiropractors how to DOUBLE their profits while working less and leading a SOUL-FILLED Life... Check out my socials and if interesting in free 30-minute discovery call on what's possible, www.CallWithDrVic.com
Timestamps Connor tries to toss Zach a Zyn to catch in his mouth (0:12) Pineapple on pizza? (1:47) Our nutrition plans over the next handful weeks (3:54) When you don't have that mind muscle connection (6:52) How important is foot mobility and control? (8:26) What is the weirdest exercise we had to do in sports? (13:42) Calling people out for pretending they are more than they are (16:18) Keep power movements power movements, don't load them up (18:38) We probably found a bet for the NFL picks (22:28) NFL week 11 picks (24:15) The NFL is talking about adding 4 more NFL teams (30:45) Week 12 NFL picks (39:07) Questions Question #1: I just started tracking my macros and I eat way too many carbs and not enough protein. I'm vegan, so how do I get enough protein without over consuming carbs? (46:44) Question #2: What are the best functional movements to implement into your training? (53:51) Question #3: What is the training and diet regimen you would recommend to Batman? (1:01:18) Work With Us Apply for 1:1 coaching Support Us 20% off Redcon1 supplements → Use code “T20FiveYearPlan” at checkout Connect With Us Leave us a 5-star rating and review on Facebook and Apple Podcasts Instagram: @fiveyearplanmedia Website: www.fiveyearplanmedia.com @connoryoungman_ (Instagram & Twitter) @z_condon (Instagram & Twitter)
If you feel like following some functional fitness this weekend the IF3 has you covered. Sean and Tommy discuss the IF3 World Championships that are about to take place. The scoring debate continues. Is there a better system out there and what does it look like? Sean and Tommy talk about Brent Fikowski's thoughts on that subject. Plus, the guest list for CrossFit Thanksgiving and No Reps and PRs.
My know it all attitude can very subtly prevent the result I'm hoping for. On a recent trip I found exactly what I had been looking for in the most unexpected of places. And as a matter of fact I had a whole bunch of contempt when I walked in. You just never know where's the inspiration going to come from. Where's the nugget going to come from. It can come from where I think it won't. Keep an open mind.Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript: Mischa Zvegintzov 00:00I have a little story where I was where I was subtly reminded, well not so subtly... My contempt prior to investigation, or my know it all attitude, in certain situations very subtly prevented the result I was hoping for. And I'm hoping the story will, you can use it and look at times in your life where you're like, oh, yeah, that's super subtle. Yeah, there is a moment where my unwillingness to try something or to be open to a result? Or thinking I know the answer already. So I'm not going to do it. Or I'm going to begrudgingly take action. Like how, how has that attitude slowing us down perhaps or, or holding us back or, I don't know, keeping cool stuff from happening. So here's my little story. Mischa Zvegintzov 01:15My mother was super, one of the really cool things with my mom is she liked really cool, quality things. So if she got a little piece of art, it would usually be super cool quality, a little bit funky. But really, like, really, lifetime, I don't know, a lifetime lasting. Right, like timeless. Like I don't know, she just had this knack for that. And so this also could come to like, like her coffee maker right. Like, she would get she pay a little bit more, but get the amazing coffee maker that just worked so beautifully. Functional. Just this this sense of style to. And not to access though, right? My mother came from she grew up in World War Two in Germany, her dad was killed in the war, when she was, you know, three, or four or five or some such thing. And, and so it wasn't like in frivolous extravagance, it was like this knowing of quality, and goodness. But like, along with temperance, and apreciation, I guess is how I'd say it, but she at one point, got it's got to be 25 or 30 years ago, got me these really amazing scissors for clipping your toenails and fingernails. This might sound crazy, but they were so good. And the quality was so good. And they just almost made it a treat, as a as all I can say. And I had these scissors for 30 years, or maybe even more just. And I finally effectively, you know, wore them out. Like they didn't have that close scissor effect where the blades, you know, still connect, so you'd have to like, manipulate your fingers to get the, the tension or whatever. But I liked the scissors so much. And if I would hold them just right. Oftentimes, they would still work, but it was not. They were they were failing more and more.Mischa Zvegintzov 03:58And so I don't know, five years ago, I started trying to find new scissors and you know, target. And then you know, I don't know, other places like you know, the beauty store and then Amazon and I just kept on finding scissors that were not comparable at all. You just weren't comparable. And you know, you finally you get tired of trying right? I'm like really I'm gonna waste another 10$ 20$ $30 on another pair of crappy scissors that won't live up to this standard of form and function. These things were freaking form form was cool. They were beautiful. I mean if one was to have a pair of scissors or finger and toenail clippers, these things we're sexy.Mischa Zvegintzov 04:56So you know I even tried saving the you know the whenever I would end up in the emergency room at the hospital I would you know they'd be like hey you want the scissors for the stitches because I was always seems getting stitches you know crashing my mountain bike. Or surfboard fans to the head. Or insert insert my clumsiness here. It has been a while since I've gotten stitches though. Kinda it's kind of been a few years by now. Yeah, perhaps it is two years maybe I don't know. Doesn't matter you get what I'm saying? Like yeah, the surgical steel will work! No! Those don't work either. And so I recently was at Funnel Hacking live in Florida, which was epic. So good ignited so much inspiration. But I had it in my head that like the much of the stuff you buy at the airport gift shop or at the the hotel gift shop... You know you at the hotels or what have you you can you know, if you forgot your razor blades, you can go get a razor blade or you can get some dental floss or a mini toothpaste or whatever. And I just had it in my head that that that all those products like that at these stores were of inferier quality. And so I forgot my frickin fingernail clippers and like, for whatever reason some people doesn't matter. I like maybe obsessively to have a pair of fingernail clippers and and so funny. This is this is not woundy this is full scar. This is just letting you know my humaneness. Mischa Zvegintzov 07:12But so I go to the, it was called, the Gaylord Palms, the Funnel Hacking live 2021 was at the Gaylord Palms. Big convention center, like all self contained, I know there was 320 500 or 3000 of us there. And other normal people were staying there as other I think other conventions were going on. So this thing can handle, you know, got three 4000 people or something like that. And since it's in Florida, it's all enclosed. So it's environment, what's the environment, you know, it's air conditioned, the perfect environment. And actually much of it, they somehow let a lot of natural light in places honestly pretty cool. Little dated. Little dated, I'll say we're pretty cool, but it's really jonesing for my for my pair of scissors and missing them. And I was like alright, let's go to that convention center gift shop and see what they got. And I stumble in there. But grudgingly contemptuously already knowing that there'll be nothing good and you have the regular old like fingernail clippers, which I just don't like. Not after my mom trained me to like a little bit better. Oh my god, the amount of... I bought special custom, you know, it doesn't matter. And then there's a little pair of scissors. And I look at them. They're probably $5 or $10 I don't know. But I just like hemmed and hawed. I'm like not another pair of crappy scissors. I just I've invested what seems like a small fortune in this stuff. You know, and I went ahead and bought them. Get back to the room. Thinking I guess I have to suffer through this.Mischa Zvegintzov 09:26And crack the package. Guess what? I stumbled across the best scissors ever. The perfect replacement pair. Unbelievable. And I guess my point is, like, you just never know. Like, keep an open mind. Where's the inspiration going to come from? Where's the nugget going to come from? It can come from place that I think it's not going to come from. Like I was like, absolutely thinking no way is the store gonna have anything and whatever I buy to suffice, I won't even worry about trying to get back in my you know frickin toiletry kit on the airplane or whatever. And there it was. I guess so the other main lesson trying to set aside contempt be open minded and then especially if you think or I thought like like keep trying. Keep trying right. Keep trying that's the other thing. I tried again. I was like you know what, I'll try again. I'll throw caution to the wind. And the results were amazing. Anyway, funny little episode. I did my meditation and writing in the morning. I was like this is a really funny idea. And it was such a powerful moment for me when it when it happened. I just had to talk about it anyway, love to all, Bye.
This Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for the many incredible guests I've had the pleasure of connecting with through the podcast. Let's take a look back at the top tips from the most recent guests to really hit home the importance of sleep, joy, and slowing down. The Biggest Top Tips for Function Health and Longevity Sleep is essential. Make sure you're getting at least 7 ½ hours of sleep every night in a cool, darkroom. Slow down. Take time to meditate, stretch, and exercise. Lowering your stress levels will help in every aspect of your life. Find your joy! Doing what you love and following your passion leads to joy and happiness. Your Longevity Blueprint's Top Tips from Guests Top Longevity Tip #1 Have a chiropractor on your wellness team. Making sure your nervous system is functioning optimally is a key component of your health. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Brian Stenzler here. Top Longevity Tip #2 Live intentionally every day. All those little things add up over the long term. Longevity has to be holistic and the quality of life is so important. Listen to the full episode with Abel James here. Top Longevity Tip #3 Clean plate, clean slate, clean body, clean mind are all so important for longevity. If you can do one every day, it doesn't have to take a lot of time, but getting these lifestyle choices in every day is key to longevity. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Trevor Cates here. Top Longevity Tip #4 Stop and check in with yourself. Be in touch and check in with yourself moment to moment. Build your practice of self-awareness. Listen to the full episode with Brodie Welch here. Top Longevity Tip #5 Meditation has centuries of evidence in how it improves your quality of life. Meditation for at least 30 minutes a day can also help to extend your life. Listen to the full episode with Nathan Crane here. Top Longevity Tip #6 A positive mindset is one of the keys to living a longer, happier life. Lower your stress levels for greater health. Everyone needs to take at least 10 minutes for themselves every day. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Roseann Capanna Hodge here. Top Longevity Tip #7 Address the patterns and imbalances in your nervous system. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Aimie Apigian here. Top Longevity Tip #8 Slow down! Let you catch yourself; it's not so scary. There is so much love inside of yourself, slow down to feel it. Listen to the full episode with Tricia Nelson here. Top Longevity Tip #9 Find joy every single day. We are here to experience joy, so heal what you need to heal so you can embrace your life's happiness. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Debi Silber here. Top Longevity Tip #10 Manage your stress and emotion levels, especially when you're not really processing or allowing yourself to feel. The full range of human emotions is okay to feel. Listen to the full episode with Shannon Wilson here. Top Longevity Tip #11 Love in every way possible. Love people, even if they've hurt your feelings. It opens your heart to give and receive love. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Shiroko Sokitch here. Top Longevity Tip #12 Nourish your bodies, minds, and spirits. Focus on intellectual stimulation and spiritual wellness. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Rudrani Banik here. Top Longevity Tip #13 Get a good night's sleep. It's amazing how different and better life looks when you get to sleep. A good night's sleep also helps you make better food choices. Listen to the full episode with James Barry here. Top Longevity Tip #14 Follow your heart and do what you love. Find better ways to love and forgive yourself, understand that you are love, and that you are enough. You're on this planet for a reason; find your joy. Joy is one of the most powerful healing tools we have. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Kasia Kines here. Top Longevity Tip #15 Create choices that allow for a healthy lifestyle every day, not out of restriction. When we restrict and limit, we tend to break those limits and feel bad about doing it. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Jim LaValle here. Top Longevity Tip #16 Sleep for at least 7 ½ hours a night. Tired people aren't living at their best and make poor choices. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Joel Kahn here. Top Longevity Tip #17 Reduce your stress levels, sleep longer, have a good skincare routine, and find balance with your diet. Listen to the full episode with Alexis Yoo here. What top tip will you adopt first? Start with one and see how your quality of life improves. For everything else, call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “It's not only about living longer, but the quality of life is more important than the length of your life. The whole picture starts to come together.” [6:09] “When you love people, love them, even if they've hurt your feelings. Try to pour love on that person because if you can't find love for yourself, by giving love to someone else, it will come back to you. It opens your heart to give love.” [11:18] “One of the biggest issues we have with health is the choices we make, particularly around food. When I get a good night's sleep, I make better food choices. It's just a fact. The simplest, most base-level around health is what we choose to put in our mouth. If I make better choices when I make sleep, then sleep is the first marker for me.” [13:55] Links & Resources Get 10% Off Magnesium Supplements with code MAGNESIUM and Check Out the Blog Post: The Magnificence of Magnesium Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 27: Top 20 Longevity Tips From 2020 Episode 56: Top 2021 Longevity Tips Part I Episode 71: 9 Keys To Optimal Health With Dr. Jim Lavalle
The protozoa Blastocystic hominis, long thought to be a cause of IBS, is receiving renewed attention in the functional and integrative medicine field. A growing body of evidence shows that Blasto may be benign in its impact and, in fact, may not even be a parasite as was previously assumed. In this podcast episode, I review a sampling of studies that examine the prevalence of Blasto in patients with IBS, and consider the effects of treatment on both Blasto and symptomology. The takeaway for practitioners is we should always treat the patient rather than the lab result, and even consider a more conservative approach to recommending labs for gut symptoms. https://drruscio.com/blastocystis-treat-or-not My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook/ If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com/ Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
Thanksgiving is a time for family. Sean and Tommy decided to get a couple members of the Training Think Tank family on for this edition of Podium Picks. Travis Mayer and Max El-Hag join the show to draft their favorite things about the holiday that often gets forgotten in the rush to Christmas. It's all about food, folks and fun on this special Thanksgiving edition of Podium Picks.
Habits & Health episode 41 with Dr Sandra Scheinbaum. She trains people to become Functional Medicine health coaches, from a belief that growing the health coaching profession will be the solution to combat chronic disease, offer affordable access to Functional and lifestyle medicine, and reduce healthcare costs. As founder and CEO of the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, a collaboration with The Institute for Functional Medicine, Sandra is a leader in the field of health coaching education. An educator and licensed clinical psychologist for over 35 years, she was a pioneer in blending Functional Medicine principles with positive psychology, cognitive-behavior therapy, and mind-body medicine. Dr. Scheinbaum is the author of Functional Medicine Coaching, Stop Panic Attacks in 10 Easy Steps, and How to Give Clients the Skills to Stop Panic Attack Links: https://functionalmedicinecoaching.org/guide-to-relaxation/ https://functionalmedicinecoaching.org/ https://www.instagram.com/functionalmedcoach/ Recommended book: Man's Search for Meaning - Viktor E. Frankl - https://amzn.to/32hylEw Favourite quote: "What's real in the mind is real in the body" Other book mentioned: Why Woo-Woo Works: The Surprising Science Behind Meditation, Reiki, Crystals, and Other Alternative Practices - David R. Hamilton PhD - https://amzn.to/3l2DBCy Don't forget, there is a transcript of every episode at tonywinyard.com Habits & Health links: Website - tonywinyard.com Facebook Page - facebook.com/TonyWinyard.HabitsAndHealth Facebook Group - facebook.com/groups/habitshealth Twitter - @TonyWinyard Instagram - @tony.winyard LinkedIn - uk.linkedin.com/in/tonywinyard YouTube How to leave a podcast review - tonywinyard.com/how-to-leave-a-podcast-review/ Details of online workshops to create habits for health - tonywinyard.com/training/ Are you in control of your habits or are they in control of you? Take my quiz to find out - tonywinyard.com/quiz Take part in Tony's free 5-day-programme - tonywinyard.com/tinyhabits Full shownotes including transcription available at: https://tonywinyard.com/dr-sandra-scheinbaum/
Did you know that it is possible for children to become sensitized (and even allergic) to food through the skin? Yep... *mind blown*! This is something that we're learning more about and that blows a hole in the concept that the only way to become sensitized to food is through the gut. My guest today, Jennifer Brand, MPH (Master's degree in public health), MS (Master's degree in nutrition), CNS (Certified Nutrition Specialist) is an integrative and clinical nutritionist and the founder of Jennifer Caryn Brand Nutrition. She specializes in childhood skin rashes (eczema in particular, as well as psoriasis, tinea versicolor, hives, acne, vitiligo, and others), food allergies and sensitivities, and gut problems. Jennifer's own struggle with gut problems and disordered eating, her father's battle with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, her brother's diagnosis of psoriasis, and her mother's diagnosis of vitiligo left her frustrated and stirred her search for a different approach as conventional means fell flat: - An approach that doesn't remove more foods from the diet. Food is not the root cause of the problem. Your body runs off of nutrients from foods you eat. When they are missing, imbalances develop, and symptoms and health problems follow, even skin rashes. - An approach that doesn't include stronger prescription steroid creams, and immune-modulating prescriptions that might manage symptoms but don't address the root cause of the problem, and can cause additional problems long term. Jennifer is a relentless detective putting her strong knowledge of nutritional biochemistry to work for you, to identify what's driving symptoms and health problems in order to address the root cause of them. In 2013 she opened her private, clinical nutrition practice. Jennifer left her corporate healthcare career in 2017 to focus full time on helping clients get relief. Jennifer is a faculty member of LearnSkin, and her work has been featured in peer-reviewed scientific journals, Voyagela, as well as on podcasts, online summits, and in-person presentations at venues such as Casa Colina Hospital in California. Join us as we discuss how food allergies can affect skin rashes in children. Has identifying food allergies helped your little one's skin health? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: How a baby can potentially develop a food allergy at such a young age Is it possible to become sensitized to a particular food through the skin barrier? Connection between gut bacteria + food allergies Foods that feed friendly gut bacteria Problems that might come along with moisturizing rashy skin Quotes “When we're talking about skin allergies, that includes things like skin inflammation, eczema, hives, and contact type allergies. So when we get to the statistics here, 9.2 million children had skin allergies in 2018.” [1:33] “One of the most interesting statistics I've come across in the literature is that two out of three kids with rashes do not have food allergies.” [2:17] Links Interested in trying MegaSporeBiotic? Click HERE to grab a bottle! Find Jennifer Brand online Get Jennifer Brand's FREE Guide To Beat Your Little One's Eczema HERE Get Jennifer Brand's FREE Guide To Probiotics For Skin Rashes Healthy Skin Show episode 008: Identifying The Chemical Triggers Behind Your Skin Flare Ups w/ Jennifer Brand Healthy Skin Show ep. 110: Missing Links Between Your Little One's Skin Rashes & Mom's Health w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, CNS Healthy Skin Show ep. 178: Using Probiotics For Eczema in Little Ones w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS Follow Jennifer on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
In this episode, Mark, Henrik, and Leandro jump back at analyzing the performance requirements.A topic that has changed and evolved considerably since last time the PerfByters reviewed it.Catch up and do not miss the mention of the other channels!Is it observable: https://www.youtube.com/c/IsitObservableSeñor Performo English: https://www.youtube.com/c/Se%C3%B1orPerformoENG
If you decide to try Live Ultimate, please support our channel through our affiliate link, thank you! https://www.scotteburgess.com/shop/live-ultimate I am very excited to bring episode 110 to you today - Bryan the Botanist is here today to talk mushrooms and how Live Ultimate's Ultimate Shrooms are of the highest caliber - folks, there is so much I don't know about mushrooms, life in the forestry restoration, chi running for marathon training - this broad based conversation is full of knowledge that is very unique to podcasting. Be ready for Bryan Huberty's extensive, yet easy to understand, experience, I thank him for sharing this with the Best and Brightest! If you want to give Live Ultimate's products a try, please go to scotteburgess.com/shop/live-ultimate and place your order today! As we've mentioned in previous episodes everything has changed and for the better, we created an entirely new experience, please check out our website updates at https://www.scotteburgess.com/. Please take a moment, and head on over to ScottEBurgess.com to watch genuine video testimonials, and determine for yourself, what best in class content and affiliates can do for you, as you move towards your personal wellness goals. Don't forget, you can find all of our 110 episodes at www.ScottEBurgess.com and the follow up conversations are shared in our Facebook community group “The Best & Brightest”. Now let's dive into my conversation with Bryan in the new healing studio! And as always, thanks for listening! Host: Scott E. Burgess Burgess@ScottEBurgess.com Website: https://www.scotteburgess.com/ Youtube Page: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheScottEBurgessShow Rumble Page: https://rumble.com/register/Healthcare360withScottEBurgess/ The Best & Brightest Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/119577323474710/ Magic Maker: Michelle Burgess Michelle@MichelleFNBurgess.com www.MichelleFNBurgess.com (coming one day soon!) Affiliates: Please support our podcast by purchasing products from our affiliates at https://www.scotteburgess.com/shop Guest Info: Bryan Huberty linkedin.com/in/bryan-huberty-stone-52b08279 SEBShow #110 Bryan Huberty Live Ultimate https://www.scotteburgess.com/shop/live-ultimate Referenced Info: Biology of Belief by Dr. Bruce Lipton https://www.brucelipton.com/books/biology-of-belief/ Joe Rogan Experience #1035 - Paul Stamets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPqWstVnRjQ Live Ultimate's True North https://liveultimate.com/scotteburgess/home/about Body Burden: The Pollution in Newborns - EWG ,7/14/2005 https://www.ewg.org/research/body-burden-pollution-newborns EWG's Dirty Dozen https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/dirty-dozen.php EWG's Clean 15 https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/clean-fifteen.php Fantastic Fungi https://fantasticfungi.com/watch/ Live Ultimate Ambassadors https://liveultimate.com/scotteburgess/enrollment https://www.healthline.com/ Wellness Wednesday with Bryan the Botanist https://www.youtube.com/user/runwithbryan/videos Dr. Mark Plotkin Plants of the Gods Podcast https://markplotkin.com/podcast/ Lex Fridman https://lexfridman.com/ Joe Rogan https://www.joerogan.com/ Massacre on the Merrimack by Jay Atkinson https://www.amazon.com/Massacre-Merrimack-Dustons-Captivity-Colonial/dp/B07RYNSZXD Dave McGillivray https://davemcgillivray.com/ Danny Dreyer Chi Running https://www.chirunning.com/danny-dreyer/ Music provided by: IMMEX - Blue Shark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1pmz9IJ1CA Graphic Design by: Waqar Mughal email@example.com Webflow Design Services by: Adrian Gavrilă Hello@adriangavrila.com Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational purposes - not intended as medical advice. It is always the advice of Healthcare360 to consult with a doctor or other health care professional(s) for medical advice. Some of these links go to one of my websites and some are affiliate links where I'll earn a small commission if you make a purchase at no additional cost to you. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scotteburgess/message
The CPG Guys, Sri & PVSB, are joined in this episode by Jim Simon, the co-founder & CEO of JiMMYBAR, a family company with a female co-founder & creator of "Bars With Benefits" meaning high protein-low sugar great tasting bars with Functional ingredients like immune boosting fruit, Collagen, Turmeric, Guarana Caffeine, Keto friendly nuts. Follow Jim Simon on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jisimon/Follow JiMMYBAR on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jimmybar-whole-food-bars/Follow JiMMYBAR online at: http://www.jimmybars.comJim answers these questions:1) You were involved in tech M&A and your sister was running a restaurant, what made the two of you decide to start up a nutritional bar business?2) Did you hit the right recipes right off the bat or how did you evolve them into actual products?3) There are many things in my life that are non-negotiable. What was non-negotiable from an ingredients or taste perspective in your products?4) What were some of the ROI obstacles that you faced in getting your products listed in physical retail stores and how did that drive your Go To Market strategy, particularly as it relates to food service?5) How did JiMMYBAR develop into an omnichannel brand? How did you go about building and marketing your own brand site and when did you decide to enter the Amazon marketplace? On Amazon are you 1P, 3P or a combination?6) What are the tools and techniques you leveraged to grow your business on Amazon, particularly around supply chain and retail media?7) Your physical retail strategy has been quite successful. Hardly a week goes by without seeing you post on LinkedIn new retail listings: Commissaries, CIBO, TravelCenters, GetGo, GTM, Rite Aid, CVS, Costco and many others. What made it ROI positive when earlier it did not and is there a common path to listing success?8) You seem to have been a travel warrior as you built out your business. What has been the impact of the pandemic on your selling?9) Early in your startup, you made a conscious decision not to seek VC as you built your business. How did you manage scaling your business without substantial external capital and how has that changed?10) How do you think about developing innovation that scales successfully? What are the key elements of this process and where are you focusing for expansion?DISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
“Your thyroid is important not only to get pregnant but to stay pregnant, to have a healthy successful pregnancy, to give birth, and to recover.” Topics Discussed:
Through her experience as a caregiver, Nicky Sargant became an Alzheimer's ambassador, advocate and champion. She shares ways to improve the quality of life for those with Alzheimer's and has advice on how we can prevent the disease.Follow Nicky on LinkedIn to learn more about Alzheimer's and how you can make a difference: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicky-sargantIn this Episode:1:45 - How being single allows you to give more and follow your passions and dreams3:20 - Nicky's journey to caregiving for people with Alzheimer's5:40 - What Nicky has learned from caregiving13:20 - What we can do to prevent Alzheimer's16:20 - Benefits of walking19:45 - What we should know about people with Alzheimer's25:45 - How music therapy works for Alzheimer's patients32:10 - What to expect in Nicky's book39:15 - How Nicky uses her LinkedIn to share information about Alzheimer'sMore From Nicky Sargant, Alzheimer's Ambassador, Advocate and ChampionGathering like-minded people to aid, assist and support a change in mindset for the betterment of Mankind. Together and United, we can bring about this Global mindset change, improve people's quality of life as we clean up our Planet, for our generation and those to come.Every 3 seconds someone in the world develops Dementia, with Alzheimer's being the most common type.My prime goal, as an Alzheimer's Ambassador, Advocate and Champion, is to promote an awareness leading to a change in mindset, eliminating the stigmas attached to Alzheimer's.My challenge and passion is to be a voice of the voiceless, petitioning for changes and improvements to UK and International Laws, policies and procedures, to eliminate discrimination and uphold Safeguarding in all its forms. An awareness and mindset change into the way our food is farmed and processed, eliminating the use of insecticides, pesticides and antibiotics, which is clearly evident through studies to be one of the major factors of Alzheimer's and attributing to cognitive decline.Alzheimer's could affect you, me or our families at any stage. Unlike Cancer, medical research has found no cure for Alzheimer's, however, it is possible to prevent, to some degree, by focusing on your well-being, health and food. The best medicine is sunshine, exercise, organic food, stimulation and social activity.I am passionate about looking at ways to manage Alzheimer's through modern approaches, promoting the importance and benefits of functional medicines, diet, sleep, exercise, music, dance and simulation. Treatments increasing the quality of life and well-being of people with Alzheimer's, in some cases many significant changes have taken place.Functional medicine has substantial advantages over conventional medicine, especially at a time when our current healthcare system is overwhelmed; patients are limited to just 15- minutes consultation. Functional medicine investigates the root cause/s and treats accordingly, rather than treating the symptoms. New studies and research show profound links between, molds, mental toxicity, Lyme disease and Alzheimer's.I encourage conversations and education, to removing the stigma and social shame attached to Alzheimer's, adopting positivity, awareness, optimism, and above all, hope. I have first- hand experience of the impact Alzheimer's has on a person, and how that same person through lifestyle changes could begin to relive their life to the fullest, with much joy and happiness, being social engaging despite their cognitive impairments.As an Alzheimer's Ambassador, I advocate “Safeguarding” individuals with Alzheimer's, their rights to live in safety, free from abuse, neglect and discrimination, while protecting their human rights, health and well-being, as outlined in the Care Act 2014. Supporting the Individual to maintain as much control as possible over their own lives, care and treatment. To be treated at all times with dignity and respect. To be able to live as independently as possible, for as long as possible.During this COVID time we have done a great job. We have stopped, been still and regrouped, and let nature heal. Sadly, we have missed the human healing element! I am deeply concerned, at what cost to mankind, measures that have been implemented and administered might affect and impact upon us in years to come. My fear… a greater increase in Alzheimer's and other Dementias due to the already brain fog and cognitive decline reported by many during COVID, especially those incubated. A concern worth addressing and investigating.I feel passionate about the existing dangers that we as humans could be, on the verge of cognitive decline. I feel the missing link is cleaning up and healing us, as humans. There is lots of talk regarding leaky gut and leaky brain syndrome; how it affects our immune system. This could account for us being susceptible to disease and the existing pandemic.My aim and goal, with the help of others, is to create a healthier holistic environment and world, where we can thrive once against as human beings. Studies show that 70% of nutritional value is absent from our food these days due to modern farming methods.The UK and USA have one of the highest levels of Dementia in the world, compared to other countries. One cannot help ask themselves whether this is due to how we grow and process our food, which is responsible for in leaky gut therefore, compromising our immune system's and ultimately our Brain Health!As a Live-In-Carer, I care for aged vulnerable, assisting in all levels of caring in order to remain in own homes and environment. Caring mainly for people with Alzheimer's, Dementia, encouraging an enhanced quality of life focusing on diet, stimulation, exercise, mental wellbeing through music, dancing, social engagements and outings.My role as a Carer has provided me with much joy and reward, as I interact with the Aged at various stages in their lives and health conditions. It has allowed me to reach out and touch them in ways that are unique to each one of them, bringing diversity and creating a personal centered approach of care according to their needs and desires. A care focusing solely on them and adapted as and when the need arises. Creating a happy and fulfilling lifestyle adding purpose and joy as they near the end of their lives.Would love to connect with you.
Eric Roza is getting help dealing with depression. Sean and Tommy discuss the recent announcement that shed light on why we haven't seen CrossFit's CEO recently. Z-Scoring is popular topic for debate, but it is a viable replacement for CrossFit's current scoring system? Plus, a conversation with Hans Molenkamp, the Executive Vice President for Sports Marketing for CBDMD and the Director of Marketing for Combat Sports and CrossFit for Monster.
Have you ever wondered if the placement of your rashes actually was an important clue to your case? I've been asked this A LOT! So today I thought I'd share some clinical pearls that I've picked up along the way to help you become a better skin rash detective! This observation can also help you by looking back to rash placement in the past (even when you were a child) or before the onset of Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW). Especially because we know that skin rash conditions are often driven by internal inflammation. But you have to look for those underlying (and often hidden) root causes along the way so that you can actually address them. So let's dive into this interesting discussion on what rashes in certain areas of the body actually mean! In this episode: What do rashes in certain areas mean? Do rashes on the abdomen mean I have gut problems? Rashes around your eyes and under the nose Fungal hotspots (check out the graphic!) Quotes: In certain areas such as the armpits or groin, the skin microbiome is considered to be a damp environment making it more prone to fungal rashes. Don't assume that rashes around the mid-section automatically mean that you have a gut problem simply due to rash placement.
The Heroes are recovering from their injuries and we find the force permeates the base where they're at. Ghillary, Skipp, Koba, and Khesh all have their own demons to deal with as they find their way through the process of healing. Ben Yendall as the GM Leslie Trautman is playing Lord, High Lord, Ghillary Al'aurochWren … Continue reading "Chronicles of the Gatekeeper – Act 3 Episode 3 – “Awake and Functional… ish”"
We all have those simple things in everyday life that we enjoy. Noah Ohlsen joins Sean and Tommy for a "life's simple pleasures" draft on this week's edition of Podium Picks. Whether it's an ice cold drink, a warm stack of laundry or a hug from that special someone, there is bound to be something in here that puts a smile on your face.
This week, we are talking about enzymes. Enzymes are used and recommended by practitioners across our ecosystem. There are many different supplement companies that are recommending enzymes, so we wanted to get to the guy behind the guy, like where are these enzymes coming from?
Support your skin health early to help reduce the need for a facelift or fillers later in life. By using SPF, retinol, vitamin C, micro-needling, and peptides, you can boost your skin's natural anti-aging properties. I'm joined by Alexis Yoo to talk about all the different benefits of peptides, from weight loss to anti-aging to hair growth. Natural Methods to Prevent Needing a Facelift Later in Life Wear sunscreen every day Using retinol at night Vitamin C in the morning About Alexis Yoo Alexis Yoo is a double board-certified nurse practitioner in the areas of family and pediatric medicine. She qualified as a nurse practitioner in 2011. She has a bachelor's degree in nursing from Purdue University and a Master's from IUPUI as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Lexi decided to expand her knowledge and obtained her Post Master's Degree in Family practice. Lexi has a special interest in functional and anti-aging medicine. She is certified through BioTE Medical, specializing in Bio-Identical hormone replacement therapy for both men and women. She is also working to be a certified provider through the Institute for Functional Medicine, to better treat her patients while fixing the root causes of their conditions. Lexi also provides aesthetic services such as botox, fillers, micro-needling, PDO threads, and PRP treatments. She is also certified in peptide therapy. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine. The Benefits of Peptides Lexi continues this great conversation by sharing how to help prevent your need for a facelift later in life. By taking proper care of your skin with SPF, retinol, and vitamin C, along with the use of micro-needling, you may prevent many of the signs of aging skin. Lexi is also an advocate of using peptides for many health and skin concerns. From weight loss to skin benefits to hair growth, peptides have so many different benefits. In fact, because of this episode with Lexi, I've brought all the peptides mentioned into my own clinic. Lexi explains what happens during the weeks you start using peptides. Within the first few weeks, you should notice an improvement in your sleep, appetite, and then your skin. Using Peptides for Your Overall Wellness Routine Lexi also shares how to use peptides for anti-aging purposes. Peptides can help improve the overall health of your skin and, as you age, help prevent fine lines and wrinkles. She does say that most women start using some form of fillers from their thirties to help improve the signs of aging and support their skin. From Botox to micro-needling, there are options to suit all skin types and stages of age. Lexi talks about how to use peptides and other supplements to improve your libido. For her, injectibles and supplements should be part of your overall wellness routine. She believes peptides to simply be one part of improving your overall quality of life. We now offer all the peptides mentioned in this episode. If you're interested in learning how you can use peptides for your health, call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “I think starting off with some injectables, like a neurotoxin, is a good place to start. But really, I think finding an injector who's going to be 100% honest with you and is not going to overdo it or upsell it. I always say: look, if their face looks crazy, you're about to look crazy, too.” [4:08] “Cycling the peptides is smart. Take them three to four months, then take four to six weeks off, then restarting them.” [14:24] “I do think Prolon is a great addition to any integrative anti-aging medicine practice. Staying up-to-date on what's current and best practices, collaborating with like-minded individuals is key. I think it's the whole package: its diet, gut health, nutrition, sleep, lifestyle. All these cool peptides are just ways to make your quality of life better and help you get the most out of life. That's really what the goal is.” [24:23] In This Episode How to prevent the need for a facelift later in life [1:30] How to use peptides for weight loss [5:00] What happens when you start taking peptides [7:00] What peptides are best for anti-aging [16:15] Other ways to increase your libido [21:30] Links & Resources Use Code BERBERINE for 10% Off Berberine Support Find Alexis Yoo Online Follow Alexis Yoo on Instagram | Facebook Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 44: Prolon: The Fast Mimicking Diet With Dr. James Kelley Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy With Dr. Gary Donovitz Episode 48: Peptides, Nootropics, And Pain Reduction With Dr. Neil Paulvin
If you have SIBO, it's important to choose a diet that will help you get your symptoms under control while you work on healing the bacterial overgrowth that's at the root of the problem. But selecting a diet that fits your needs can be challenging. In this article, I break down the various dietary options for SIBO and explain how to decide which one is right for you. https://drruscio.com/sibo-diet/ My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.comLooking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
*Originally aired June 29, 2021* Functional medicine expert Dr. Jill Carnahan sit down with Susie to answers the backlog of your health questions. They talk about the COVID vaccine, histamine intolerance and more.
In this podcast episode Tavia takes you back in time and shares her journey of having dental cavitation surgery. This is Part 2 to episode #14 the hidden health problems in your mouth Tune in to hear what her experience was at her most recent oral surgery she had on October 27th at a holistic dental clinic in Mill Valley, CA. Tavia talks about the unique holistic treatments she received like: Ozone, Vitamin C IV, Homeopatic remedies and more that helped her heal in less than a week with no complications. No antibiotics were needed.Dental cavitations are hidden infections left inside the jaw socket where wisdom teeth or other extracted teeth are removed. Over time, these areas stockpile viruses, bacteria and even parasite that can prevent a person from getting well. Furthermore these cavitations have been corelated to certain cancers in the body as well as auto immune diseases. You can find tavia @ IG #healthcoachtaviaOr www.sweetcoachtavia.comThe Sweet Life Coaching Podcast https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/the-sweet-life-coaching-podcast/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/ep-25-hidden-health-problems-in-your-mouth-part-2-with-functional-nutritional-health-life-coach-tavia-morse-salvadalena
We asked you and you asked us a ton of great, and random, questions! Answers on balancing work and relationships with other entrepreneurs, the functional medicine route, meal planning, our Christmas wishlists, favorite pantyhose, choosing organic or not and more.
In this episode we'll talk about 7 common Functional Interfaces that Java provides to us. UnaryOperator, BinaryOperator, Supplier, Consumer, Function, Predicate and BiPredicate Interested in starting your coding career? I'm now accepting students into an immersive programming Bootcamp where I guarantee you a job offer upon graduation. It is a 6 month, part-time, online Bootcamp that teaches you everything you need to know to get a job as a Java developer in the real-world. You can learn more via https://www.coderscampus.com/bootcamp
You may have noticed functional mushrooms and their range of health benefits are all the rage at the moment, but did you know that certain functional mushrooms can help regulate your circadian rhythm? And we all know how our quality and quantity of our sleep is linked to our overall health. In this episode, our guest Tony Shields, the CEO and co-founder of FreshCap Mushrooms, a leading mushroom based nutrition brand, helps us dive into why and how functional mushrooms help us improve our sleep health and strengthen our immune system. You'll learn: How and what properties in functional mushrooms helps us strengthen our immune system. Why functional mushrooms are essential to support your microbiome health. Why and how cordyceps is a functional mushroom linked to regulating your circadian rhythm.Six fascinating lesser known functional mushrooms you should consider adding to your diet today to help support your immune health. And how to get started growing your own mushrooms at home if that interests you! Don't miss this insightful conversation with Tony Shields and learn more about FreshCap Mushrooms here. You can also check out Tony's popular YouTube channel here. And, don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagram here.
Sleep is as important for our overall health as diet and exercise, and yet many people struggle to get a full night's rest on a regular basis. Prolonged bouts of insufficient sleep can lead to brain fog, mood issues and fatigue. But when it comes to improving sleep quality, there are many approaches, therapies, and devices to choose from. In this podcast, I talk sleep medicine with Dr. Nik Hedberg, D.C. We compare our personal experiences with myofunctional therapy, mouth taping, mandibular advancement devices, home sleep tests, and more. https://drruscio.com/sleep-medicine-advances My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.comLooking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
Monitoring your progress on a keto diet is essential to helping you meet your health goals, whether you want to lose weight, increase your energy levels, reduce inflammation or improve brain and heart health. On this episode of the podcast I speak with Jim Howard, developer of the Biosense Ketone Breath Monitor. The Biosense offers a convenient way to measure your blood ketone levels throughout the day without the hassle of finger prick testing. We discuss different factors that affect ketone measurements, how tracking your ketone levels can help you uncover your physiological responses to diet and lifestyle factors, how to prepare your body for keto, and more. https://drruscio.com/ketosis-breath-monitor My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.comLooking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
If you are struggling with adult acne, today's episode is for you! This episode is celebrating new published research by Dr. Julie Greenberg on the make-up of the gut microbiome of someone whose primary complaint is acne! These findings can help us all better know what steps can be taken to support someone struggling with acne, but it also underscores that other skin issues (like eczema) may have a very different gut microbiome diversity. Time will tell as that research eventually becomes available. For now, let's dive into the distinct gut microbiome that tends to show up in acne! My guest today, Dr. Julie Greenberg, is a licensed ND who specializes in integrative dermatology. She is the founder of the Center for Integrative Dermatology, a holistic dermatology clinic that approaches skin problems by finding and treating the root cause. Dr. Greenberg hold degrees from Northwestern University, Stanford University and Bastyr University, and received advanced clinical training at the Dermatology Clinic at the University of Washington Medical School and at the Pediatric Dermatology Center at Seattle Children's Hospital. She is also the Program Chair of the Naturopathic & Integrative Dermatology series on LearnSkin.com, a learning platform for integrative health care professionals. Join us as we discuss some exciting new research into the gut microbiome and acne. Has working on your gut health improved your acne? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: How prevalent of a problem is acne? Why does acne occur? The difference between a trigger and a root cause Three things that typify the acne gut based on her published research How much fiber do you REALLY need to eat to help with acne? The problem with eating too much meat Why dairy can be problematic for acne Quotes “Acne occurs within a hair follicle. Every acne zit or pimple that is one somebody's face, chest, back, is happening in a hair follicle.” [3:22] “What I found was three things that kind of typify the acne gut. One is H Pylori (Helicobacter pylori) is present. One is candida. Candida is elevated or high. And the third thing is protozoa.” [11:46] Links Find Dr. Greenberg online Healthy Skin Show ep. 173: Malassezia: The Bug Behind Many Fungal Skin Problems w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show ep. 149: How Staph Aureus Wrecks Your Skin w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Dr. Greenberg's research on acne and the gut Gut Dysbiosis and Its Role in Skin Disease: A LearnSkin course I co-authored
More than a year after its inception, the Professional Fitness Athletes Association (PFAA) has released its first major communication. Sean and Tommy discuss what's in it and what it could mean for the sport moving forward. The CrossFit Cowboy, Sean Sweeney, stops by to discuss his past, his present, his future and where he thinks the sport needs to improve in order to continue growing in the years to come. Plus, the debut of a new segment - No Reps and PRs.
Fundamental investing can lead to very modest, low volatility returns. Does anyone in 2021 want modest low volatility returns? Judging by the demand for crypto assets, SPACs and IPOs, the answer is, no. Alpha investing has replaced fundamental investing and we're willing to accept the volatility that comes with that. Tune to hear Tom and Dylan discuss this and more.
This episode was inspired by a question on my Instagram live, and is a very common question with persistent symptoms or when new conditions arise. When do you seek medical attention? This podcast is not intended to replace medical advice, and I do believe that there is an important place for the medical system alongside this work. I get regular check ups and blood work just as I would get an oil change in my car or an update for my phone. The clients who I work with have also been through the medical system and have tried the suggested treatments for years or sometimes decades. Many of them are Physicians themselves. But just as there are signs to rule in or out medical conditions, there are clues in the pain's behavior to RULE IN Neural Circuit (NC, or mindbody) issues. The FIT Criteria (Dr Schubiner) can be used to determine if your pain is behaving like NC (Neural Circuit) pain. Things like the pain changing locations, hurting after but not during exercise, and increase in pain when talking about the area are signs that your brain is misinterpreting safe signals as dangerous- and activating the same neural circuits of real pain that you feel in your body. To take a quiz based on the FIT criteria, and determine if you have NC pain- click the link below! The other thing to consider is looking at the whole person and history of pain and illness. The more of these conditions you've had, the more likely that the pain you are feeling now is also NC pain. Dr Schubiner says these medical conditions are "Likely NC:" IBS, Functional dyspepsia, Fibromyalgia, MPS, scoliosis, weak core, tight hamstrings, SI joint dysfunction, piriformis syndrome, leg length discrepancy, TMJ, Chronic fatigue syndrome, tension and migraine headaches, facial pain, small fiber neuropathy, PHN, interstitial cystitis, pelvic floor dysfunction, pudendial neuralgia, vulvodynia, anxiety, depression, PTSD The next list from Dr Schubiner is "Diseases that are diagnosed as not NC, but are often NC": Chronic Fatigue, SEID, post-COVID syndrome, Lyme disease, CMV, EBV, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, costo-chondritis, chronic constipation, GERD, SIBO, POTS, Atypical chest pain Lastly, Dr Schubiner considers these "Not NC": cancer, HIV, infections like Lyme, Parkinson's, dementia, ALS, Hearing loss, Meniere's disease, Severely ruptured disc or severe arthritis limiting movement I suggest working along with a Medical team, but do notice with yourself if you are creating a lot of anxiety worrying about symptoms and catastrophizing. Research shows high catastrophizers are more likely for acute pain to turn chronic, to get new acute pain, and to have a more difficult recovery after surgery. So check out my episode on the Pain-Fear-Pain cycle if you are feeling some medical anxiety and want to understand more about how your thoughts can amplify pain. Reach out to me on InstaGram or my Facebook Group with questions! Do You have NC Pain? CLICK HERE FOR QUIZ If you have not yet given my podcast a rating or review, PLEASE do that here Thank You! XOXOX Betsy
On this week's episode, we're going to go right to the heart of the Evolution of Medicine, looking to solve the biggest issues and the biggest gaps that exist not only in conventional care, but also in functional medicine.
Your skin changes as you age. It's inevitable, something we all experience. But if you don't love the aging process of your skin, it is possible to slow it down. Alexis Yoo is here to talk about her love of treating aging skin and how to use neuromodulators such as botox and PDO threads to heal skin imperfections and slow down the aging process. Avoid These After Getting Threads or Fillers Sleeping on your side or stomach Dental work for at least two weeks Eating crunchier foods About Alexis Yoo Alexis Yoo is a double board-certified nurse practitioner in the areas of family and pediatric medicine. She qualified as a nurse practitioner in 2011. She has a bachelor's degree in nursing from Purdue University and a Master's from IUPUI as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Lexi decided to expand her knowledge and obtained her Post Master's Degree in Family practice. Lexi has a special interest in functional and anti-aging medicine. She is certified through BioTE Medical, specializing in Bio-Identical hormone replacement therapy for both men and women. She is also working to be a certified provider through the Institute for Functional Medicine, to better treat her patients while fixing the root causes of their conditions. Lexi also provides aesthetic services such as botox, fillers, micro-needling, PDO threads, and PRP treatments. She is also certified in peptide therapy. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine. The Reality of Aging Skin Alexis Yoo shares what got her started loving treating aging skin. What actually happens to our skin as we age? Lexi breaks down the process of aging skin, highlighting specific parts of the face that show fine lines, deeper lines, and wrinkles. Some lines have obvious causes, such as smoking or smiling, but others are simply due to getting older. Many people choose to use BioTe hormone pellets, neuromodulators like Botox, or other fillers, as well as PDO threads to help slow the aging process. These are some of Lexi's most requested services and she loves to help women feel good in their skin again. Many people choose to use neurotoxins, such as BioTe, Botox, or other fillers, to help reduce their lines. It's one of Lexi's most requested services and she loves to help women feel good in their skin again. The Difference Between Fillers and Threads The reality is that filler products are not safe for everyone to use. And they're not without their side effects. However, Lexi says that that's why it's so important to seek out a qualified aesthetics practitioner who can recommend products and knows what to do if a risk occurs. Lexi actually prefers to use threads, which are a different type of skin improvement. She explains the different types and how they're used - it doesn't sound for the faint of heart but don't worry: you won't feel any pain! In fact, Lexi says that using threads reduces the need for fillers. Rather than needing four or five injections, with threads, you're only likely to need one or two fillers. Threads are a safer, non-toxic way to improve the appearance of your lines and wrinkles. Do you have lines and wrinkles you wish weren't as prominent? Have you been thinking about getting filler injections? Call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “What's so cool about aesthetics, like peptides, is that it's ever-evolving. You always want to stay ahead of the curve. I think that's why women like coming to me because they're like, ‘Lexi will fix it. Tell her what bothers you and she'll fix it.'” [5:18] “When we talk about the aging process, the two biggest things are loss of collagen and the loss of fat pads. We lose the plumpness in our face.” [12:55] “The coolest thing is when you do threads, they don't need as much filler. You're helping smooth out some of that uneven red. I call it a liquid facelift. Instead of putting four or five syringes in someone's face, they only need one or two. The threads did most of the work.” [37:46] In This Episode What happens to our skin as we age [8:45] The reality of using neurotoxins [13:15] Some of the neurotoxin products Lexi uses [16:00] A few of the risks associated with fillers [27:00] The different types of threads and how they work [30:00] Combining fillers with threads [37:30] Links & Resources Use Code MAGNESIUM for 10% Off Use Code ENERGY for 10% Off Mitochondrial Complex Find Alexis Yoo Online Follow Alexis Yoo on Instagram | Facebook Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 44: Prolon: The Fast Mimicking Diet With Dr. James Kelley Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy With Dr. Gary Donovitz Episode 48: Peptides, Nootropics, And Pain Reduction With Dr. Neil Paulvin
Today's podcast is another in a recurring series devoted to questions from listeners. We have a diverse batch of questions today. Listeners inquire about the potential relationship between diabetes and thyroid function, whether the COVID vaccine has a negative impact on gut health, whether POTS reactions and headaches are common symptoms of fasting, and more. There's something here for everyone. Listen and learn. https://drruscio.com/questions-thyroid-diabetes My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook/ If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com/ Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
In this episode, Dr. Courtney Conley breaks down gait analysis and biomechanics. With her years of experience analyzing and improving gait mechanics, she shares insights on training tempo, lower extremity mechanics, the heel rocker, ankle rocker, eccentric control, and more! . If you are a personal trainer, strength coach, cscs, dpt, or student you will enjoy this episode and learn about gait mechanics. . Check out Gait Happens on Instagram or at www.gaithappens.com to learn more. . Also mentioned this episode: Montana Running Lab
For most of us, the CrossFit affiliate has provided plenty of memories and exposed us to many interesting characters. John Wooley and Niki Brazier from the "Kettlebells and Cocktails" podcast and the Make WODs Great Again Instagram page are here to pick the best and worst feelings and people you are likely to experience and find at your affiliate.
The health of the pelvic floor is key to our overall health in important ways. My podcast guest today is pelvic health expert Jandra Mueller, and she explains how gastrointestinal issues such as IBS and SIBO, hormonal imbalances, pregnancy, erectile dysfunction and trauma can all impact the health and tone of the pelvic floor, and how stigmas around normal bodily functions can present obstacles to patients seeking the help they need. Jandra dispels some myths and fears around pelvic floor issues, and discusses a variety of non-surgical interventions for pelvic floor concerns that can improve wellbeing and quality of life for patients. https://drruscio.com/pelvic-floor-dysfunction My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook/ If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com/ Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources