In this episode I'm going to be covering how I guide women to get HPV virus to negative and keep it negative. I feel is extremely important for women around the world to know that it is possible to support your body to clear HPV. What is HPV? HPV is the human papilloma virus and it's a very widespread virus. Most all of us will be exposed to it at some point in our lives, and it's associated with risk of cancer - cervical cancer, vaginal cancer, anal cancer, oral cancer and in men, penile cancer. More and more women around the world are finding out that they're positive for the HPV virus. I think that the standard medical system is not doing enough to help these women to address this virus and prevent it from causing abnormal cells. Right now, what's happening around the world is medical practitioners will do a pap smear to test for abnormal cells on the cervix, which is important because this way we can identify abnormal cells hopefully before they turn into cancer. Then, if severely abnormal cells are present, practitioners will remove the abnormal cells or remove the area where the abnormal cells are located. The issue is that these procedures don't kill the virus so it can continue to cause abnormal cells over and over again. Many women are going through years of addressing abnormal cells caused by HPV without practitioners being able to help them prevent it. This is really upsetting to me because for more than 20 years I have been helping women address this virus and get it to negative so it stops causing abnormal cells. Through many years of practice, I have been able to identify a protocol based on what I find to be effective at successfully helping women eliminate the virus and be free of the risk of cancer caused by HPV. You Need a Strategic Plan to Get Rid of HPV What I find helps is to make a very clear and strategic plan. A plan that can guide women out of the state of stress that is caused by HPV and into a heroine's journey of healing and supporting their bodies to protect them from the virus. We know that the human body can fend off HPV. This has been shown and proven. So, what I find is helpful is to start with the question: why is it that for some women their body is not fending off the virus? And when we ask that question, we start to uncover susceptibilities. These susceptibilities are leaving women vulnerable and if we don't address them, the virus can remain positive for years. Studies show that having a diagnosis of HPV increases the level of stress for women. This is because there's so much misinformation and lack of guidance around this virus. Women are then stuck in a state of fear and stress, and that stress actually ends up increasing the risk of cancer. What we need to do is understand how stress impacts us each as individuals so that we can then reverse those effects. For me, the best way to identify susceptibilities is to think about it in terms of how stress, trauma, and potentially abuse in a person's lifetime has then had an impact on their mind and body, which is then leaving them vulnerable because of the imbalances caused by stress. If we can identify those imbalances, nutrient deficiencies, and other effects of stress, and address them, we can rebalance and give the body what it needs to heal. Then the body can fend off HPV. I've seen this in my patients time and time again. What Are the Common Susceptibilities to HPV and How Stress and Trauma Play a Role Let's start with stress. When we're exposed to stress and trauma (even from our childhood and not just psycho emotional stress, but also physical stress, toxins, infections, injuries, etc.) we are exposed to a whole cascade of reactions in our bodies. We do have a healthy stress response system that helps protect us from stress, but the issue is that often we're exposed to ongoing stress and so our stress response system never gets a break. We are living in a constant state of stress or what I call stress mode. We're going from one thing on our To Do List to the next. We have work, we have family responsibilities, we have financial responsibilities, we go from waking up in the morning to going to bed at night and we hardly have a chance to do any kind of stress recovery. What happens in that situation is it disrupts our stress hormones (our stress hormones get stuck either too high or too low) cortisol and adrenaline. These hormones are made by the adrenal glands and what happens is our adrenal glands go into a state of dysfunction which has a negative influence on our bodies. If cortisol or adrenaline are either too high or too low, your body is experiencing it as if you're still in that stressful situation because the hormones are reflecting a stress response. So, in order to heal we need to get the cortisol and adrenaline back to optimal and effectively erase all traces of the impact of stress on your stress hormones and your physiology. If your cortisol and adrenaline remain too high or too low, it can cause other disruptions in the body which then also make you susceptible to HPV. For example, digestion can get disrupted by stress and cortisol or adrenaline imbalance. We can develop something called leaky gut where our food is leaking through the intestinal wall and triggering food sensitivities and inflammation. We end up not digesting our food well, not absorbing our nutrients, which leads to nutrient deficiencies, weakening our immune system and our body's ability to fend off HPV. This also results in imbalances in the gut microbiome, and we know now from research that there is a connection between the gut microbiome and the vaginal biome. When there's an imbalance in the vaginal microbiome, bacteria and yeast can overgrow, inflammation increases, and this all increases the risk of HPV. In addition to disrupting digestion and vaginal health, stress and imbalanced stress hormones can also disrupt our other hormones including estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and DHEA. This also leaves us susceptible to HPV. Thyroid and insulin function can get disrupted by stress, leaving us susceptible to HPV. Imbalances in our blood sugar levels can increase the risk of HPV as well as other health issues. Irregularities in the menstrual cycle (irregular periods, heavy periods, and fibroids) caused by stress can lead to anemia from heavy bleeding. Anemia can be due to iron deficiency, B12 and/or folate deficiency. All of these nutrients are important for helping to fend off HPV. Also our neurotransmitters become depleted when we ae under stress. Serotonin and GABA (our calming neurotransmitters that help us counterbalance stress) become depleted which means we're even more affected by stress. Dopamine can also be affected by stress. Toxins as a stress are an issue because they can disrupt the digestion and microbiome, and also decrease antioxidants in the body, overwhelming liver detoxification, which can also affect the way that we detoxify estrogens, adrenaline and other toxins. In this way, toxin exposure makes us susceptible to HPV. Other infections including COVID can make us susceptible to HPV. There's now research showing that the COVID virus, which most of us have been exposed to, can increase the risk of HPV related cervical cancer. Any trauma and abuse we might have been through makes us susceptible to HPV. Particularly narcissistic abuse has been shown to increase risk of HPV related cancer, so if you have any kind of history of abusive relationships whether in childhood, in your work environment, or in your intimate relationships, that also increases the risk. How to Recover from Stress to Get Rid of HPV We can recover from stress. It is not about getting to zero stress. Some stress is necessary and even healthy for us to function. It's about giving your body the support it needs to recover from stress. To do that we need to first identify how stress has affected you uniquely, we need to figure out what it is for you and what we can do to help your body recover. The first step is to do some testing that we can get from standard labs and blood work. We just need to be able to know exactly which test to order which is what I guide women to do in order to help them identify nutrient deficiencies and hormone imbalances. From there we're going to need to use some specialty tests if we want to know if there is leaky gut and food sensitivities, or if we want to know cortisol and adrenaline levels throughout the day. Then we can address them very specifically. The treatment is different for high cortisol than for low cortisol for example, so we need to know what's happening for you specifically. A good way to start is with my stress type quiz. In this quiz I guide you through questions that help us discover your imbalance of cortisol and adrenaline, which is what I call your stress type. Now, if you really want to know exactly what your cortisol and adrenaline are up to, you're going to want to do a urine and saliva test through my office. This way we can identify your exact levels and then I can help you to get those levels back to optimal. In doing so we effectively eliminate any traces of the impact of stress and we support your body to clear HPV, as well as many other health issues. What About Supplements and Natural Remedies for HPV? The strategic plan to get rid of HPV plan includes natural substances in addition to recovery from stress. There are a number of nutrients and herbs that support the immune system and others that are directly antiviral. Some of them you've probably heard about but the issue I find is that most women who come to meet with me are not taking clinically effective doses to get HPV to negative. So, what I do is guide you to determine the best doses for you. Because of my background and my experience, I know which substances and doses are going to be most effective. The important thing here is to individualize it for you. Otherwise, you'll keep trying and trying, not getting anywhere, feeling more frustrated, and HPV will still be there. Sometimes it does require that you persevere, that you put yourself into this vulnerable state of prioritizing yourself and looking at the routines in your life and what is your body telling you. We have to learn to listen to the signals our bodies are giving us and have awareness also for our thoughts and our emotions. This is why I also encourage women to learn mind-body techniques even as simple as breathwork, biofeedback, guided imagery and meditation, because we can use these tools not only to be anti-stress signals to your body, but also to guide your body in the direction you want it to go. We change from a state of fear and stress to a state of being empowered and in charge of our health. I call this the heroine's journey. If you are dealing with HPV and you've been trying everything you can find and you're looking for more solutions to get this virus to leave you alone, whether you currently have abnormal cells or not, whether you have mild, moderate, or severe abnormal cells, or potentially even cancer cells, I can still help you to get this virus to stop and to go to negative, so you can move on with your life. Just imagine if we could actually decrease the rates of cervical cancer from third most common cancer to off the list. I believe that it's absolutely possible to decrease risk of all different kinds of cancer associated with HPV by implementing this approach, thinking it through, using the science and the clinical information to help more women get rid of this virus for good. If you are ready to get rid of HPV for good, you can sign up for my Say Goodbye to HPV 12-Week Program here. To learn more about my approach, listen in to the HPV masterclass, available now. If you want to learn more about how stress and trauma affect us, and how to heal so that you can be better and more present in your relationships, you may want to read my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. To know your Stress Type, which is your unique cortisol and adrenaline levels based on how stresses have affected your adrenal function, you can take the quiz I developed. You can find the Stress Type® Quiz in the book and on my website. Then, if you're ready to start rebalancing your cortisol and neurotransmitters, to help your adrenals reset after stress exposure, you can start by ordering this home test kit. And you can also sign up for my Stress Warrior Online Program to guide you here. If you're interested in a safe and effective body, mind and spirit detoxification that will actually make you feel better and that you can do without affecting your daily routine, you can check out my New 14-Day Detox Program here. In the Detox Program I teach you to connect with yourself, and use mind-body tools, such as biofeedback, to process emotions. For the most comprehensive support, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with me one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment with me here. We're here to help you! Connect with Dr. Doni: Facebook HTTPS://FACEBOOK.COM/DRDONIWILSON Instagram HTTPS://INSTAGRAM.COM/DRDONIWILSON YouTube HTTPS://YOUTUBE.COM/USER/DONIWILSONND Weekly Wellness Wisdom Newsletter: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/WWW - Additional Resources: If you want to work on your gut health and microbiome you may want to sign up for my Heal Leaky Gut Program (https://doctordoni.com/leaky-gut-program) where I teach you how to heal leaky gut with my proven protocol. If you're interested in learning more about my approach to healing HPV you can find my new HPV Recovery Guide here (https://doctordoni.com/ddpp/hpv-guide/). If you are tired of this virus and are really committed to erasing it from your life forever, you can sign up for my Say Goodbye to HPV 12-Week Program here (https://drdoni.lpages.co/hpv-12-week-program/). You can also sign up for my Stress Warrior Program here (https://doctordoni.com/stress-program). Also, if you want to learn more about how to recover from stress so that you can get back to feeling your best, you may want to read my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health (https://doctordoni.com/master-your-stress/). In the book, I also share the quiz I developed to help you identify how stress has affected you specifically by knowing your Stress Type. You can also take this Stress Type Quiz online (https://doctordoni.com/quiz/stress-quiz/) For the most comprehensive support, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with me one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment with me here (https://doctordoni.com/work-with-me/) Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are product links and affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission at no cost to you. 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Bobby Myers is a retired police officer with many years of experience in the Miami area which we get into during this podcast. After a near death experience saving a boy from drowning and retiring from the department, he started restoring headstones of military veterans as a form of therapy for post-traumatic stress. This is what started his social media and Youtube accounts which have since gained major traction. Bobby was also featured in David Yuzuk's documentary "The Giant Killer" about the story of the smallest Green Beret to ever serve, who later was killed under mysterious conditions. The documentary also features Kris Paronto. Check out what Bobby is doing on Instagram & TikTok @Our_Heroes_Headstones and his Youtube page is https://www.youtube.com/@ourheroesheadstones Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions ammo & gear go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/@battlelinepodcast
Tinnitus is ringing in the ears, and it can drive a person crazy. Today I want to cover some tips to get rid of tinnitus naturally. Tinnitus is a little bit mysterious and hasn't been fully figured out. Typical treatments for tinnitus are medications called Gabapentin and Klonopin. These two medications both have a mechanism to increase GABA in the brain. GABA is an inhibitory neurotransmitter and slows down the central nervous system. An interesting study shows that people with tinnitus may have lowered GABA and upregulated glutamate. Glutamate stimulates the brain. The problem with GABA supplements is that they don't cross the blood-brain barrier. This means they will have a difficult time penetrating into the brain to create any effect. However, an amino acid called taurine turns into GABA and can pass the blood-brain barrier. Just be sure to take taurine on an empty stomach. In addition to increasing GABA, it's essential to inhibit glutamate. MSG and aspartame are high in glutamate, so it's important to avoid foods containing these ingredients. Other sources of glutamate to avoid: • Hydrolyzed protein • Calcium caseinate • Yeast extract • Textured protein • Whey protein • Soy protein isolates • Soy sauce DATA: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... https://www.tinnitusformula.com/libra... https://www.truthinlabeling.org/names... https://www.lifeextension.com/magazin...
How to stay fit, fabulous, and juicy as the dog days of summer transition into fall. In this episode, Katie shares her favorite late summer and early fall anti-aging tips! This isn't your typical fall self-care. We dive deep into how the ancient Ayurvedic healers approached this transitional time of year and how they stayed energized and youthful into old age. Learn Katie's favorite self-care practices to increase your health and fabulousness this fall and beyond! In this episode you'll hear: ~ Ways to navigate the vulnerable transition from summer to fall ~ What is Ayur-guilt? ~ Ways to get healthier as we age ~ The #1 anti-aging medicine on the planet ~ Katie's top sleep hacks ~ We hope to see you at our FREE Fall Routines & Rituals webinar on September 29th ~ Level 1 Ayurveda School is open for registration, at the lowest early bird tuition price! Click here to learn more, register, or book a call with a graduate of the program. Payment plans abound! Other links mentioned in this episode: ~ Mad Fit on YouTube ~ Find all the herbs mentioned in this podcast (Triphala, Brahmi, Manjistha , and Amalaki) over at Banyan Botanicals. Use code Katie15 at checkout for 15% off your order! ~ Find the Paavani Vata Body Oil here ~ Listen to Katie's Glow-Worthy meditation here ~ Katie's Sleep Stack > Low dose melatonin, GABA, Taurine, L-Theanine, Lemon Balm Get the full show notes: www.TheShaktiSchool.com/podcast/ Learn more: Want to connect? Shoot us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org Ayurveda Certification The Shakti School Subscription HELP US SPREAD OUR POD WINGS This show is a passion project that I produce for the love of sharing. If you enjoy this show and want a free and easy way to help it grow, the most effective way you can help is to: 1. Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes 2. Write us a review in iTunes 3. Share this show with one friend right now! It seems simple, but you'd be AMAZED to know how much it helps my little love project reach more people. iTunes' algorithm uses ratings and reviews to know who to show our show to in their app. Here's the link to leave us reviews in iTunes. From my heart to your screen, Katie
Dr. Scott Sherr has been a frequent guest and audience favorite with his information-dense guest appearances on The SuperAge Show. This week we speak about new information on some of the brain chemical influences on depression, sleep, and anxiety- specifically the overlooked neurotransmitter GABA. We review the symptoms of GABA dysregulation and the methods for correcting it. Dr Sherr is a clinician, meaning he sees patients and comes at the issues from a more nuanced point of view than pure researchers sometimes do. In the middle of the episode, Dr Scott brings up a surprisingly simple zero risk to increase sleep effectiveness. Toward the end of the conversation, David asks about how to increase concentration and focus, and we get into the practical usage of nicotine, methyl blue, and low-dose psychedelics.Additionally, don't forget to check out the all-new SuperAge Quiz!Thank you to our sponsors: SRW Labs – Science Research Wellness — improve your cellular health. Listeners receive 20% off all products with code AGEIST20 at SRW.co. InsideTracker — the dashboard to your Inner Health. Listeners get 20% off on all products at InsideTracker.com/AGEIST.Ned Mellö Magnesium — essential supplement to improve sleep, reduce stress, increase energy, and more. Use code “AGEIST” for 15% off at helloned.com/AGEISTKey Moments“So when I do analysis with patients, I'm usually looking at a gamut of labs and what I found over the last several years is that GABA is a big problem, and it's not GABA itself that you're typically looking at, but you're actually looking at some of the amino acids and some of the cofactors that are typically deficient in these kinds of patients that are having symptoms like that are very much correlated with GABA deficiency, and some of those are symptoms that all of us have gone through in our life. From a mental health perspective, we know GABA deficiency is associated with anxiety, with fear, with depression, with short temper, with phobias, with impulsiveness, with disorganization, and addiction.”“The problem with GABA as a supplement is that it's a very big molecule and it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier very easily at all. There are only a couple of different ways to get GABA through. One of them is using something called nicotinoyl GABA or vitamin B3 attached to a GABA”“Cava is a GABA agonist so it helps increase the amount of GABA that binds. It doesn't bind to that GABA site itself, it binds to a separate site a little further away, but it helps with increasing the amount of GABA that's going to bind and you're going to have that feeling of feeling like you've had a couple beers, kind of thing. But the nice thing about cava is it doesn't bind with the same affinity and it also binds to other receptors that help increase wakefulness.”“The first part of this conversation is that nicotine is a fantastic cognitive enhancer. It's very short acting. It's about one to two hours and if you don't smoke it or vape it, keep it very low, and dose less than four milligrams a day. The chance of addiction is minutely small, minuscule. So it's very, very powerful and very quick, and so for people that are looking to feel more of a cognitive edge. They can actually just have some nicotine on its own and it will do that.“Connect with Dr. SherrInstagramHBOT
It took me a long time of struggling myself before I realized that a large part of our mental health & wellness hinges on how well we understood our nutritional status and lifestyle habits. I sat down with Dr. Kate Henry of Rupa Health to untangle this intriguing question and discovered a multitude of insights that may be the key to unlocking a healthier, more balanced, mental state. We explored the pivotal roles of overall health, nutrient status, hormonal status, and fitness on mental health, and how they can be leveraged to both prevent and treat mental health issues.Check Out Dr. Kate + RUPA HEALTHPractitioners: CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP with Rupa or head to Rupahealth.comConsumers: Head to www.Drtyna.com/labsOn This Episode We Cover:0:06:25 - Nutrition's Impact on Mental Health 0:14:53 - SSRIs' Impact on Serotonin and Inflammation 0:21:43 - Importance of B6 in Dopamine Production 0:31:01 - Zinc in Beef 0:34:48 - Omega-3s and Anger 0:44:15 - Teaching Nutrition and Whole Food Importance 0:50:16 - The Role of GABA and Nutrition0:58:10 - Depression Among Vegetarians 1:11:38 - Special Diet Meal Planning Tool 1:17:46 - Functional Medicine and Role of Technology1:40:40 - The Power of Exercise and Nutrition Sponsored By:RUPA HEALTHPractitioners: CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP with Rupa or head to Rupahealth.com and let them know Dr. Tyna sent you!Consumers: Head to www.Drtyna.com/labsALITURAUse Code DRTYNA for 20% offPALEO VALLEYFor 15% off go to http://paleovalley.com/drtynaLMNTGet 8 FREE packs with any order at drinkLMNT.com/drtynaHead to www.Drtyna.com for the following offers:Grab my FREE GUIDE to Assess Your Metabolic Health.Check out my Metabolic Revamp Toolkit for a deeper dive.Join me inside my Private Membership/Strength Training PortalDisclaimer: Information provided in this blog/podcast is for informational purposes only. However, this information is NOT intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional, or any information contained on or in any product. Do not use the information provided in this blog/podcast for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing medication or other treatment. Always speak with your physician or other healthcare professional before taking any medication or nutritional, herbal or other supplement, or using any treatment for a health problem. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, contact your health care provider promptly. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking professional advice because of something you have read in this blog. Information provided in this blog and the use of any products or services related to this blog by you does not create a doctor-patient relationship between you and Dr. Tyna Moore. Information and statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent ANY disease. Get full access to Dr. Tyna Show Podcast & Censorship-Free Blog at drtyna.substack.com/subscribe
Former CIA Targeter and co-author of "Benghazi: Know Thy Enemy," Sarah Adams joins us for her third appearance on the show. Her previous appearances on Episodes 151 & 152 respectively, were homeruns, and we are honored to have her back on. We get never before heard info on the Benghazi attacks and the whereabouts of the surviving terrorists. We dedicate this episode to the heroes and those we lost on both 9/11/01 and 9/11/12 Benghazi. Be sure to follow @askarimediagroup on Instagram for more important news regarding the whereabouts of the terrorists behind the Benghazi attacks. Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions ammo & gear go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/@battlelinepodcast
Picking up where Dr. Cunnane left off in part one, we get into other aspects of ketones and what we know about them specifically, brain health, and how the brain's ability to use ketones as a fuel does not diminish with age. Rather, it is our ability to use glucose as a fuel decreases. Due to the decreasing effectiveness of the insulin to get the glucose into the brain. Sometimes referred to as insulin resistance. The great news is ketones are not a problem and they are available. We talk about MCT Oils in general, and specifically.Also the production of GABA and it's effect of calming the hyperexcitable states of certain neurologic conditions like Epilepsy but also Alzheimers. Stephen Talks about the similarities between Alzheimers and Epilepsy and why some epilepsy medications help Alzheimers. I hope you enjoy listening to Dr. Cunnane as much as I did talking with him. Links:Recent studies Dr. Cunnane was involved with that he mentioned Ketogenic Medium Chain Triglycerides Increase Brain Energy Metabolism in Alzheimer's Disease. Emulsification Increases the Acute Ketogenic Effect and Bioavailability of Medium-Chain Triglycerides in Humans: Protein, Carbohydrate, and Fat Metabolism. A short-term intervention combining aerobic exercise with medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) is more ketogenic than either MCT or aerobic exercise alone: a comparison of normoglycemic and prediabetic older women.—————————COME SAY HI!!! —————————— Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ - ---------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ----------------Labs, Research and cooking, Implementation www.ketonaturopathmembers.com Weekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB group BLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopath YYouTube channel www.youtube.com/ketonaturopath Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodes Our Youtube Podcasts https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channel Keto Naturopath Kitchen https://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge —————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10 How we use the Fora 6 Meter https://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM ————WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE——————————— Strategene https://bit.ly/3iqCfka ——————————WHERE WE GET YOUR LABS DONE—————————————— https://www.UltaLabTests.com/ketonaturopath ————————— WHERE WE BUY OUR SUPPLEMENTS ———————————— https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/drgoldkamp/signupWhy get a Fullscript account to get your supplements?? 1. They have more brands than anywhere else to choose from; 2. Their prices are 20 -50% lower than anywhere else; compare and you'll see 3. This is where most physicians have their account 4. Been in existence for nearly 30 years working with physicians and health practitioners
Welcome to the latest episode of the Hormone Prescription Podcast, where we have the pleasure of hosting Dr. Ameet Aggarwal, a renowned naturopathic doctor and a global authority in holistic medicine. As one of the top 43 naturopathic doctors worldwide, Dr. Ameet has transformed the lives of thousands of people by helping them find relief from trauma, anxiety, depression, and chronic disease. In this insightful conversation, Dr. Ameet reveals his secrets to healing both the mind and body for faster, long-lasting relief from burnout, anxiety, depression, chronic disease, and trauma - truly enlightening for any midlife woman seeking to improve her mental and physical health. Episode Highlights: - Holistic Medicine: Dr. Ameet shares his experience in combining holistic medicine, psychotherapy, homeopathy, and emotional healing for optimal overall health. - Healing from Burnout: Discover practical tips and insights on how to recognize and address burnout in your daily life, and find the balance necessary for improved mental and physical wellbeing. - Resources: Learn about Dr. Ameet's free holistic medicine online course and his highly informative books, all available on his website (www.drameet.com) for those wanting to dive deeper into the world of holistic healing. This episode is an absolute must-listen for midlife women eager to dive deeper into the world of holistic healing and take actionable steps to improve their mental and physical health. Dr. Ameet's approach to wellbeing is a powerful force for healing and empowerment – don't miss out! Speaker 1 (00:00): Healing has an aspect of letting go of the perceived self so that the true self can emerge. Dr. Ameet Aggarwal. Stay tuned and find out how to heal and access your true self so you can live your best life. Speaker 2 (00:16): So the big question is, how do women over 40 like us, keep weight off, have great energy, balance our hormones and our moods, feel sexy and confident, and master midlife. If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself Again. As an OB G Y N I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy after 40, in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue, now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results and to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges. Join me for tangible, natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kieran Dunston. Welcome to the Hormone Prescription Podcast. Speaker 1 (01:10): Hi everybody. Welcome back to another episode of The Hormone Prescription with Dr. Kyrin. I hope you're having a great day. Thank you so much for joining me today as we dive in with Dr. Ameet Aggarwal on how to heal 360 degrees. Not only your physical health, but your mental and emotional health, your nervous system. You're gonna love this doctor as much as I do because he really takes a holistic view of healing. A lot of doctors say that they do, but when you get down to it, they don't. And he really does. He gets it. He shares his journey from growing up, basically being beaten by adults as a child, and how that was really normalized in his culture. So he didn't think that that was a part of his health and healing journey. But after becoming a naturopath, his journey unfolded to show him that there's so much more to healing than just the physical aspects like hormones and gut health and all the things that we talk about mitochondrial health. Speaker 1 (02:14): And that's been part of my journey too, which I share a little bit of in this episode as well. So if you're missing these components, and if you're thinking, oh, that's not me. I didn't have trauma, I wasn't beaten. Really about 90% of us are affected by trauma in forms of relational trauma where our needs aren't met for nurturing care and support as children. And that affects our health and it directly impacts our hormones, particularly our cortisol, which, you know, I call her queen cortisol. So when the queen's not happy, she takes everything down right off with their heads. That's a mean queen. And you want a happy queen cortisol so that she supports you in feeling great, being physically healthy and living your best life so that you can have hormonal prosperity and do all the things that that allows you to access, like traveling the world or having a new career or hobby or improving your relationships. Speaker 1 (03:15): And that's what makes life fulfilling and worth living. He also talks about this quote I shared in the teaser. What is this idea of letting go of your perceived self so that your true self can emerge? If that's quizzical to you, you're gonna wanna stay tuned and so much more. So I'll tell you a little bit about him and then we'll get started. He's voted one of the top 43 naturopathic doctors worldwide and he's helped thousands of people around the world heal from trauma, anxiety, depression, and chronic disease by combining holistic medicine, psychotherapy, homeopathy, and emotional healing. So if you want faster relief from burnout, anxiety, depression, chronic disease and trauma, by healing your mind and body together and listening to his journey and his teachings, I think you're going to find it very valuable. Please help me welcome Dr. Ameet to the show. Speaker 3 (04:07): Thank you, Kyrin. Really excited to dive into looking at how liver trauma, gut health, homeopathy, family constellations, and all these energetic therapies can balance our hormones and improve overall mental and physical wellbeing. Speaker 1 (04:22): Yes, so important. And as a physician coming from a traditional medical background, I came at these topics kind of in a different way than some other people maybe, where it was all about the physical and it was all biomechanics and physiology and it was a very newtonian view of the body, right? Medications and surgery. And you know, it's funny, I, I grew up with this very holistic mother in New York City and she used to give my sister and me golden seal and echinacea when we were sick and make us sweat out fevers. And none of our friends did that. So we thought she was weird and crazy. And then I went off to medical school 'cause I knew I wanted to work with women, helping them to heal. And I looked around and I said, well, what's the biggest toolbox I can get to help women? Speaker 1 (05:13): And I said, well, I'll get my medical doctorate. That's the biggest toolbox. But it wasn't only until my health faltered in the forties and that solution provided no answers, that I really started becoming disillusioned and saying, wow, do I, we really know anything about healing women or people in medicine because all the women at midlife were having the same problems and just circling the drain. Like I was at 243 pounds with myriad health problems. And then I found functional medicine, which really did help me heal a lot of my physical fatality, lose the weight, get off the prescription medications, and addressed a lot of that. And I thought I had found all the answers, but oh no, wait, there's more . Right? And then that brought me to the emotional healing, the energy healing, the energy work. And I find that's the missing piece for a lot of people. And they're not necessarily used to hearing about that from a traditional doctor. So what I love about what you do is that you bring all of that right up front and say, Hey, you wanna heal. These are all the things that you need to look at. How did you come to have such a global, balanced, deep approach to healing and health? Speaker 3 (06:34): Well, the thing is, a lot of women make a mistake of only taking hormonal remedies for their hormones. Or even if they're taking natural remedies, they take natural remedies to control symptoms, right? Whether they can kamyl to relax or only GABA for anxiety or agne castus or some D I m or I three C to balance hormones and they're missing the root cause. So in my journey for health suffering from anxiety, depression, skin issues, gut health issues, the whole thing, as well as a lot of childhood trauma, and I'll talk about how to heal childhood trauma with family constellations, E M D R and homeopathy. But through my journey, I realized there's, we have five pillars of health, right? And most women need to know this because when we heal, the five pillars of health, anxiety, depression, hormones, weight, skin issues, arthritis, all these start getting better. Speaker 3 (07:26): These five pillars are gut health, which many people are familiar with, right? And then there's liver health, liver detox. Most people ignore the liver and the liver's, the master control of hormones, not the ovaries or not the testes, right? The liver is the major metabolizer of hormones and also affects your gut health. And I'm gonna show how everything is interconnected. So when you start healing your liver in using some of the best remedies I wanna mention today, then everything will come more into balance and you'll need less supplements over time. Then the other pillar is your adrenal system, right? Adrenal glands make adrenaline, cortisol, they balance your hormones, they help with hormone conversions, and they also manage your fight, flight or freeze response in response to trauma. Okay? And help you survive trauma. And they also respond to chronic inflammation. So they burn out very fast if somebody is excessively traumatized, overly stressed or overly inflamed. Speaker 3 (08:21): And I'm gonna teach you how to basically heal inflammation, heal your gut, detoxify your liver release trauma as well, so your adrenal glands are stronger and therefore you have more hormonal balance. Then another pillar is healing emotional trauma and lifestyle issues. These are the simple traumas from childhood, whether it's physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse or abandonment or small traumas. You know, mom disappearing for a while or mom and dad arguing or just being left alone too long at boarding school or a normal school. There's multiple little teas that go out. Go on out there, right? Our nervous system is affected by the nervous system of our caregivers, right? Energetically, we don't realize that it's not only the traumas that happen to us, but the nervous system of our caregivers modulates or regulates our own nervous system. And that's very important to look at. Then the fifth pillar I love talking about in healing with clients and also the retreats we do here in Africa and in Europe is healing ancestral trauma using family constellations therapy, right? Speaker 3 (09:18): So looking at has there been miscarriages and abortions in the family, secret lovers, murders, abandonments traumas to your grandparents, great-grandparents. 'cause We basically inherit these traumas from our ancestors and from our parents. And if we don't include miscarriages and abortions, then these basically missing children get manifested or represented by us, the siblings, the surviving siblings and children in symptoms such as O C D, anxiety, depression, and physical symptoms as well. Okay. So let's start with the basics. Let's talk about how to heal all these pillars and how everything is interconnected with hormones, mental health, physical health, and chronic disease. Right? Speaker 1 (09:59): Well, before we do that, I do wanna do that, but how did you get, personally, I wanna know personally, how did you get all this understanding? I just, it's rare that I find somebody who has this breadth and depth of understanding. So in your journey, can you just share with everyone what the unfolding was? I think it helps them Okay. To really understand. Yeah. . Speaker 3 (10:25): Okay. So I grew up in boarding school and felt quite abandoned. And then I grew up in local schools as well where we were beaten normal. That beating was normal. So to be hit by a cane for, I don't know, being late for school or getting your thumbs wrong or just 'cause the teacher was not in a good mood. And so I got picked on a lot by teachers. So I grew up with a lot of insecurity and then boarding school didn't help feeling really let down by my parents. So not trusting anymore in my, in a consistent caregiver caregiving presence. Like I love my parents to bits of course, but something altered in my nervous system based on the abandonment. And people have to recognize that there's a subtle alteration that goes on when you're a child and something happens. Okay? It doesn't have to be a major trauma. Speaker 3 (11:09): And of course you grew up eating junk food, right? Coca-Cola burgers, whatever it may be. So, you know, I typically had the gut issues, a bit of gas, bloating, diarrhea, inconsistent stool, acne, fatigue, anxiety, depression, you name it. And during university I did a lot of drugs. You know, every single drug you can think about under the sun, , literally. And so I did my work through life and then came across naturopathic medicine. And in naturopathic medicine, that's where I came across the importance of diet, first of all. And then healing the gut with probiotics, vitamin D glutamine, and other supplements I talk about in my online course, which we'll share later. By healing the gut, I realized inflammation was reducing my body. And because basically when you have a leaky gut or a healthy gut, toxins leak into the bloodstream and cause inflammation everywhere in the body leading to asthma, eczema, arthritis, hormonal imbalances, skin issues, et cetera. Speaker 3 (12:08): And then through my journey, I also started studying gestalt psychotherapy and trauma therapies. So I went through a lot of healing for childhood traumas, right? And low self-esteem issues, mental issues that were affecting my mood and my personality. I thought it was just my personality to be fearful or anxious and uncertain about myself. And then it came up that these were caused by the way I was brought up, the things that happened to me, the way I adjusted myself based on the threat during childhood. And when I healed these wounds and felt contact and love and communication from a therapist, from the group therapies that I went to, my confidence grew, my emotional resilience grew. I burnt out less. I was much more powerful in my school environment. So in naturopathic college, I burnt out less. I was a higher performer because I had released entanglements and wounds that were using up my energy and exhausted my adrenal system, right? Speaker 3 (13:06): So I found the importance, I saw the importance of healing emotional wounds using therapy. And I also started healing emotional wounds using homeopathy. And we'll talk about ho homeopathy and energetic medicine can release childhood trauma and also heal your mood much faster than using psychotherapy alone. All right? See what happens when you're traumatized as a child, these traumas stay in your nervous system and your nervous system is stuck in a fight, flight or freeze response based on these experiences. And then as an adult, when you're feeling stressed or overwhelmed, your adrenal glands and your nervous system again going to fight, flight or freeze. Additionally though, these old wounds from childhood are also triggered, right? So you go into more fight, flight or freeze, these get re-triggered. So your nervous system is in, is basically is exhausted and overwhelmed from a combination of childhood stress and adult stress. Speaker 3 (13:59): And most people walk around, you know, thinking they're over a childhood trauma, but their body keeps the score, which is the title of a famous book out there. The body stays with this trauma and then everyday stress retriggers that trauma and that exhausts your adrenal glands. And when your adrenal glands are exhausted, you're going into cortisol imbalance, right? 'cause Your adrenal glands produce cortisol in a nice rhythm. When you have a cortisol imbalance that throws off your conversion of your conversion of basically basic hormone molecules into estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. So right away you go into hormonal imbalances. When you have hormonal imbalances and, and also cortisol imbalances. So your feel good neurotransmitters, your brain chemicals start dropping that serotonin, dopamine, gaba, melatonin, all these start going down. And then you have more anxiety, depression, insomnia, O C D symptoms as well. And chronic fatigue and burnout and a sense of overwhelm from any new things that you need to do in life. Speaker 3 (14:58): So you get stuck in routines and you're afraid of trying new things because your body's looking for safety and consistency. It's not necessarily your personality. It's literally burnout and cortisol excess and the inability to make new brain connections, nerve connections in your brain. So that ability is known as neuroplasticity. And basically the ability for to have neuroplasticity diminishes as we become more inflamed from leaky gut and more cortisol imbalanced from a combination of leaky gut inflammation as well as chronic stress throwing o off our cortisol levels. And so combining psychotherapy and naturopathic medicine showed me the importance of healing the body and the mind. And then healing the liver is something I just came across, or I don't know, it downloaded into my conscience the importance of liver health. Not many people were talking about healing the liver. And I discovered, I mean it's, it's already there in traditional Chinese medicine that livers the master organ controls hormones, produces beautiful bile. Speaker 3 (15:59): Yeah, bile juice for digestion and also helps move your bowels. So people who are constipated often have a bile, lack of bile flow. And they're taking laxatives, they're taking magnesium, taking stool softeners, but they're not healing their liver. That's a big mistake. But when you heal your liver, then more bile flows and bile is a lubricant for your stool. And bile improves peristalsis, the motility of our intestines, which also helps with bowel movements. And also bile is, it helps with digestion. So if you have low bile flow, you'll get more gas, bloating, constipation, heartburn as well because bile affects the way your stomach produces acid or your liver affects the way your stomach produces acid. Then the other thing is when your liver is stagnant, because your liver controls hormones when your liver is stagnant, right? Right. With too many toxins, too much alcohol. Too much pesticides. Speaker 3 (16:47): Too much inflammation as well from leaky gut or even the birth control pill, too much coffee, sugar, et cetera. And then we go into hormonal imbalance. So you'll get breast tenderness. Yeah. maybe some fibrocystic breasts or nodules, ovarian cysts, endometriosis. Right. Clotting and cramping during menses. All these P M s symptoms, you can see yeah. Are due to usually low progesterone levels and high estrogen levels, which comes from liver stagnation. And then the gas and the loading are also because of poor flow. So you can see, and the mood swings are, because usually a low progesterone means that gaba the anti-anxiety neurotransmitter doesn't work so well in the brain. Okay. this is a mouthful, but there's free videos on my website that'll walk you through healing the gut liver adrenals and emotional healing. And you can watch those at your own time. So basically when the, you can see how your p m S symptoms come with basically female issues like cramping, clotting, breast tenderness, as well as digestive issues like the gas floating constipation or diarrhea, as well as mood issues, anxiety, insomnia, and depression, maybe irritability. Right. And in Chinese medicine, irritability is connected to stagnant liver as well. Right. So if your liver is very stagnant, you're gonna get angry, easily aggressive. And that's the excessive . You Speaker 1 (18:09): It's so true. And that's actually a part of my story. So I did all that functional medicine work, but I would, I was so angry for no reason, like over out of proportion to the situation. And I didn't realize one, it had to do with liver, but my acupuncturist taught me about that. And then also that the power of, now, I can't think of his name right now. Ecker Speaker 3 (18:32): Toll. Speaker 1 (18:32): Ecker Tolle, he says, you know, the anger is in you and it, and it's that stored emotion from childhood trauma. And so, and I, I wanna talk about liver and all these other things, the physical things. But I, like I said, what's so unique that you offer is talking about all these other things. And so I find that the women I work with, they don't think they're traumatized. And that was me. Right. I knew my family was, we used to say, let's put the fun back in dysfunctional. You know, we had a dysfunctional family and we would laugh about it, but I didn't know until I knew when I got older. And I actually saw this post by Patrick Han, who's a wonderful therapist who helps people with childhood trauma online. And he had this post actually today, how bad it was won't hit home until you hear a safe person's reaction to your story. Speaker 1 (19:27): And it was only through the work working with a compassionate therapist who heard the things that I told her. And she was appalled. And until I understood really what healthy relating should have looked like from a parent to a child and then really started unpacking this anger. So what do you say to people who think, well I had the typical upbringing for my community and Sure. You know, I didn't get em emotional nourishment and spiritual nourishment and all these things, but it was just normal to really get, no, this is you, this is pretty much, I think it's estimated 97% of us have this. How do you help people to really get that and not dismiss it and say, I don't need that. Speaker 3 (20:09): Good question. So at the retreats we run, I encourage people to actually express anger and get in touch with that rage and anger that's inside of them. Mm-Hmm. anger is healthy, you know, healthy aggression because it establishes boundaries. It gets our needs met. Like we can say, you know, like, I hate you, I hate you, I hate you. Hit a pillow and everything and feel that, feel that rage and like boundary coming up inside of you without the shame and guilt. 'cause A lot of people are so scared of feeling anger because it basically, they equate it to being abandoned or put down or, or shut down by their parents or excluded by their family members. So we swallow the anger and we we're not even aware that we have it. But if you're looking for an optimal life, optimal health confidence, then it's good that you get in touch with and be comfortable with a whole spectrum of your emotions. Speaker 3 (20:58): And that's what we encourage people to do, is really feel the whole spectrum in a safe environment with positive feedback around it. I'm not asking you to beat people up and become a violent person. That's very different. Violence. Yeah. Is not necessarily anger or equates to anger or healthy aggression. Okay. That's out of control. But in a way to create limits for yourself and communicate with people in a non apologetic way. Right. And I think you can feel the energy coming from me. Mm-Hmm. is your business. That's what I do with people at the retreats. And then in the course that I teach in the online course that's available for everyone. We also recommend homeopathic remedies to help release stored anger. No. Vomit is a great homeopathic remedy that basically helps people who are overly aggressive or stuck, have stuck anger. And also who have liver issues, maybe chronic constipation, heartburn, nausea, right? Speaker 3 (21:53): Mm-Hmm. . And so when you use homeopathy or when I use homeopathy on a person, then the healing goes much deeper because it heals the emotions as well as the physical body together and the mind. And also we'll talk about how certain remedies I'll teach you which ones can also heal childhood trauma. So instead of relying on therapy and therapy and therapy, which is great as well, a remedy can take therapy much faster. How do I say? It can help therapy work much faster and deeper. Okay. So that's, I basically get people to normalize their, Speaker 1 (22:28): I'm sorry to interrupt, but, so basically you're saying you give them an experiential, an experience of getting in touch with that anger for them to know that it's Speaker 3 (22:39): There's there Yes, exactly. Okay. Yes. Yeah. But we don't force it or put ideas into people's head that they should be angry or there's anger where there's none. Right. It's really about creating safety and acknowledgement and you know, getting them to feel somatically, what really exists. 'cause When you feel it in your body, you know it's true. That's the important thing. 'cause When you start expressing from your body, then a lot of deeper healing takes place. Which is very different from just expressing from your mind. Mm-Hmm. the idea of these therapies that we do. So I combine gestalt therapy, family constellations, E M D R, somatic experiencing. Mm-Hmm. is that you really embody your emotions. So my next retreat is called embodied self love. Really? So you embody and feel, you know your needs and your aggression and your shame and your vulnerabilities. Yeah. In a very safe, supportive manner so that you come out alive and thrive as a true human being. Speaker 1 (23:39): Mm-Hmm. . Oh that's wonderful. Speaker 3 (23:42): Yeah. Speaker 1 (23:43): Yeah. Okay. So now I interrupted you back talking about liver and the vial and all the things. So pick up where you'd like to take that. Speaker 3 (23:50): So the liver's, the mastro organ, right? Let's look at your intestines. First of all, your intestines are like a tube. A nice lining. Kept healthy by good bacteria and good food over time with antibiotic use of poor diet. Inflammatory foods like gluten, dairy, et cetera. The lining gets damaged, the good bacteria get killed off and the lining gets damaged. Then toxins leak into the bloodstream. Cause inflammation everywhere, leading cause for asthma, eczema, arthritis, a lot of chronic health issues as well as hormonal imbalance. The good bacteria in your gut are responsible for producing neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine and gaba. And so when these good bacteria get killed off, then your neurotransmitter production goes down and therefore then you get more mental health symptoms, more anxiety and depression. Now all this inflammation goes to the liver and inflammation also creates toxins. And the toxins have to be processed by your liver. Speaker 3 (24:37): Your liver's also inundated with pesticides on a daily basis. You know, environmental toxins, maybe alcohol to my sugar. And also it provi, it basically does over 500 functions from cholesterol metabolism, hormone balancing, blood sugar storage, iron storage, B vitamin storage. All these things are happening. Your liver. So your liver gets slammed with toxins, slammed with inflammation. And also stress goes and contracts your liver through the vagus nerve. I don't talk about that. So all these things lead to liver stagnation or liver cheese stagnation as we call in Chinese medicine. The liver stops working so well produces less bile, which cause the gas, bloating, constipation, et cetera we talked about. And also, when you produce less bile, your microbiome, your gut health becomes unhealthy again because bile is important to kill off the bad bacteria. And it also breaks down fatty acids, which are important to basically feed the good bacteria. Speaker 3 (25:31): So your bile is not digesting fats too well either. And you're not absorbing nutrients either. So you're going to nutrient depletion on healthy microbiome, which is leading to more leaky gut, more chronic inflammation. It's a vicious cycle. Hormonal imbalance as well. And a whole myriad of like blood sugar storage issues, fatty liver disease, cholesterol metabolism issues, progesterone deficiencies. And also propensity towards certain types of cancer. Because remember the hormones are not being metabolized properly now. And so of course we need to heal the liver. And so how do we do that? First is remove inflammatory foods, whether it's gluten or dairy, right? Do the gut healing protocols in my course or with another naturopathic doctor. Okay. Whether it's probiotics, vitamin D or other amino acids. Remove it and like I said, remove the inflammatory foods and then heal the liver with, I use bitter foods. Speaker 3 (26:23): It could be, you know, rocket or aula. It could be bitter Gord, it could be dandelion root. You know, I love using herbs such as milk thistle, dandelion, other herbs that are in the course as well. Cruciferous vegetables are excellent. So that's your cabbage. Brussels sprouts, broccoli, those are great in phase two detoxification. And antioxidants are super important 'cause your liver's detoxifying on a regular basis. So it's inundated with oxidative damage. So you need the antioxidants could be glutathione, it could be vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E. All these things will help optimize liver function. Yeah. Organic berries are high in antioxidants. They will help with liver function. And so when you heal your liver, bile starts flowing properly, your gut starts healing. So inflammation reduces hormones come more into balance, your skin clears, weight reduces significantly. Weight gain is often due to of course water retention cholesterol metabolism, sugar metabolism. And very connected to liver metabolism. A lot of people struggling to lose weight have a liver stagnation issue, Speaker 1 (27:29): Right? I know a lot of people right now are listening and they're getting overwhelmed 'cause they're like, oh my gosh, all this. And you want me to look at my anger and my trauma , it's, you're probably feeling a little overwhelmed. So you mentioned starting with diet, which I totally agree that's the number one place to start. And if I know we're gonna give resources, you've got a book, you've got courses, you've got a retreat coming up. But if someone is thinking what is, what's maybe, what are the 1, 2, 3 top things that I might start working with to start healing? What would those things be? Speaker 3 (28:10): So it's about healing the gut and the liver and the emotions. Those are the top three. Literally removing the time. Speaker 1 (28:18): Sims said, you say it so easy. It's probably, those are the hardest things I find just even in my health journey. I always say health is a journey, not a destination. Navigating that gut liver journey, navigating that emotional healing journey, navigating all these things there, it's a continual unpacking and kind of course correcting process. So what things could they start implementing maybe today that they could do? Speaker 3 (28:46): Like I said, removing the inflammatory foods is a great start. You know, look at what foods you're sensitive to. Mm-Hmm. , including more bitter foods in your diet. Right? And more, more cruciferous vegetables as well. If you're not sensitive to them, that's a great start, right? Avoiding excessive, excessive sugar, excessive coffee, excessive gluten, dairy. All those things are great starts. And then mm-hmm. , there's a free video I have as well on, on these resources that are mentioning on the site where it'll help you release certain stuck emotions, right? So become comfortable with your emotions. And the exercise goes like, I'll walk you through it very briefly. Just you can put one hand on your forehead, one hand behind your head just to reset your nervous system or settle it down. And you can say to yourself, take a deep breath in and out first for a couple of moments. You might be feeling anxious, you might be feeling overwhelmed. And don't fight it. Just say to yourself, it's safe for me to be overwhelmed from time to time. Use the words from time to time or once in a while, very purposefully. Then you can say, it's safe for me to let go of some of this information from time to time. Speaker 3 (29:52): I don't need to understand everything right away once in a while. So you're really given permission for your body to relax in your mind, to open up. It's safe for me to reconnect with myself once in a while, or let go of pressure from other people from time to time. Yeah. You can notice how at the end of the sentence, of using the words once in a while and from time to time, that's those endings are very important because it gives your nervous system the permission really to let go of the pressure and also to feel the emotions it doesn't wanna feel or you think you shouldn't feel. Yeah. And then you become more and more comfortable with your nervous system because emotions are natural responses to, to your stimuli, right? Whether you're feeling anxious, angry, disappointed, incapable, these are valuable senses that you're getting that tell you something about what you're facing right now. Speaker 3 (30:54): So it's safe to feel though once in a while, that starts the journey of self-love. Or you're not fighting yourself in your emotions and stigmatizing yourself anymore. And from that point, I find that when people continue to do the other exercises in the course, they get much better results because they've made peace with their own internal spectrum of emotions. So healing the gut, avoiding inflammatory foods, you know, more bitter foods, more drinking water of course, and becoming comfortable with your own emotions, I would say. Mm-Hmm. is one of the best starts you can do. And deep breathing. So when you breathe deep, yeah. Mm-Hmm. like five deep breaths, maybe five times a day your diaphragm begins to massage your liver. One. Right? A lot of people have liver stagnation because they're shallow breathing. So the diaphragm is not massaging the lymphatics and detoxifying your liver. Speaker 3 (31:43): Very important movement is very important for detoxification. When you deep breathe as well, what happens is you reset your vagus nerve, this big beautiful nerve, a parasympathetic nerve that controls your breathing, your digestion, your liver, your heart rate, right? Even produces chemicals that affect your gut microbiome. And so when you do deep breathing, you regulate your vagus nerve and you calm down, you'll reset your parasympathetic state basically. And when you do that, then your liver functions better, your digestion, your motility improves. Okay? And your mind calms down. You come out of fight, flight, or freeze response. So it's a very positive feedback cycle when you do these active breathing exercises and active care for yourself. So when you practice self-care, yes, even in small amounts, your body gets used to it and it becomes less difficult because it becomes more familiar territory. Our difficulty with making changes is because of the lack of familiarity. Speaker 3 (32:39): Remember I said in the beginning, when we're burnt out and stressed out, we need familiar things, comfort zones, whether even if it's harmful to our health. Mm-Hmm. , we stick to those things. So the beginning of the journey, it feels a bit difficult, but when you do small amounts, like sometimes I might not feel like exercising i'll and it's been a long day, I'll just go down and put, do five pushups, then half an hour later after a Skype call, I'll go and do some situps. So small amounts, I don't have a routine where I can go for an hour and do a good workout at the gym. But these small, small things suddenly after 3, 4, 5 days are much stronger. Exercise feels less painful. And these hunger pangs that I have will reduce as well. Often I eat out a boredom, right? Or I'm nervous and stressed. Speaker 3 (33:22): Yeah, I'll go mu Yeah, I'll always munch on stuff. And what I've discovered beautifully is i'll, when I'm feeling that P of hunger, I'll quickly go and do some sit-ups. But like I say this with caution. 'cause If your blood sugar's low and you need to eat something, of course check with your doctor and make sure you're getting your blood sugar regulated. Me personally though, right? What I found some of my hunger cravings are not from low blood sugar, but from anxiety or boredom. So I'll throw in a bit of exercise there maybe for five, 10 minutes. That's it. Some movement, go for a walk, hunger reduces immediately. I feel better about myself and I'm getting stronger every day. Speaker 1 (33:55): Yes. These are so many powerful tools that you're sharing. And we're definitely gonna have Dr. Amit's information and links in the show notes for you so you can find out more. But before we wrap up, I have to ask you about this quote that you've shared. Healing has an aspect of letting go of perceived self so that true self can emerge. Can you talk about that a little bit, Speaker 3 (34:18): and what that means? I'm glad you noticed that saying not many people notice that. So perceived self is our idea of our personality and our self post the wounds that we have experienced in life. Yeah, I am a angry person, I'm a soft person. I'm not confident, I'm not loved all that. And so when we start letting go of those compensations or armors, right? Then the true self begins to get felt. We start to feel our vulnerability, our softness, our our love, our our lovable. Well all parts of us are really lovable, but you know, that authentic sense of being. And when we let go of this armor, then also the contractions in our physiology, the fight flight to freeze response in our adrenal system, the contraction in our liver all starts to dissipate. So organ functions start healing as well. So by healing the mind, right, and letting go of these armors and moons, the body starts to heal. So heal your mind, therefore your body heals. And as your body heals and you let go of the armors, true self emerges. And true self is really you thriving, optimal health. Feeling, feeling joy and sadness when, when it's important to feel those things. Okay? But not getting stuck in a routine of emotions. So at the retreats we go full spectrum. We get you to feel every single thing and come back to safety, stillness and allow your experience of really the depth of difficult emotions and feeling cared for at the same time. Speaker 1 (35:51): Yeah. I love this quote because it's so true that, you know, I, when I work with women, I tell them, the person you are now can't have the health and vitality and joy and life that you want. You have to become somebody that can have those things. And so you know how Joseph Campbell talks about the hero's journey that every journey is, that starts with some crisis, right? For a lot of women at midlife, it's a health crisis. How am I gonna overcome this? I don't know what to do, I don't know where to go. And you go on this journey and you pick up resources and you have challenges and you have setbacks and you find more resources. And at the end, you know, like in Star Wars or in the Dorothy, in the Wizard of Oz, you get the thing that you set out to get. Speaker 1 (36:40): But really what you get is you become someone different and you become that true self, like you described, who is the person who can have those things. And so I find that a lot of women, they don't want anything to change about their lives, but they wanna lose weight or they wanna have energy, they wanna have hair growth or sex drive or no depression, or you name fill in the blank symptoms, what I call midlife metabolic mayhem. They want those symptoms to go away, but they don't want anything to change . And they don't want to look at, you know, their two espresso per morning habit. And they don't wanna look at the fact that their relationship with their partner, they basically become roommates and they're not intimate at all, or they don't wanna look at these things. So how do you help people open to this? 'cause I think that's a little threatening of a statement to people who don't like change. Mm-Hmm. . And they're like, I like who I am. I don't wanna be someone else. . So how do you help them open to that possibility? Speaker 3 (37:43): So first is education. When people realize the connection between the gut, the liver, the adrenal system, hormones, and the mood. Mm-Hmm. , most of my clients, 99% of, often after hearing the connection, they comply with the protocols. One. Number two, I use a lot of homeopathy, right? Homeopathic remedies, which also helps shift the mind and get people to regain confidence, have less fear. And when you shift that and you have less fear, you're more able to take risks and you have more self-love and confidence and you're less, you have less food cravings automatically and you're less addicted to substances, right? Addiction is sometimes is just need for familiarity. And so these reduce and the changes happen very quickly. But that's using a lot of the protocols in, in terms of coaching or psychotherapy. I acknowledge the need for safety and to be still right because change, what does change bring about it? Speaker 3 (38:35): It might bring about isolation, it might bring about detachment or separation, a sense of aloneness. And those need to be acknowledged, right? When did you last feel alone? Why was it so difficult? What does it mean by, you know, having a conversation with your partner? Does it mean conflict? Does it mean violence? Does it mean looking bad? Where, what are those wounds? Is that from your mom or from your dad? So I'll do a lot of family consolation therapy as well, where I find clients are loyal to their parents' misery. What does that mean? So if mom was with an addicted or alcoholic or abusive partner, I will be protective of mom. I will rescue mom. And I'll also feel guilty about being happier than mom. I don't deserve to be happier than mom was. And you'll see this very often. We'll have patterns of generations having similar kinds of relationships as their parents did with abusive partners, dissatisfying partners. Speaker 3 (39:28): This comes out of a blind loyalty. We have an unconscious loyalty to the system, to the system that we're born into. And using family constellations therapy at the retreats and of course online. Then what happens is we help disentangle these loyalties. We help disentangle these loyalties. So you can say, dear mom, I really respect you and I love you so much. You know, please forgive me if I look at dad with equal love as I look at you, not many people can say that if one of one of the parents is abusive, and because dad is important energy for us as well, right? It's half our life force. And please forgive me if I leave this pain with you and I have a better, like I find happiness where you couldn't, you know, please bless me or look at me with love and a smile. Speaker 3 (40:13): Please smile upon me if I find happiness where you couldn't or where you suffered. Mm-Hmm. . Yeah. So you almost give yourself permission and feel permission from the people you're loyal to, to thrive in life. So these healing sentences are extremely important for transformation as well. You know, you can go to therapy till the cows come home, but if you don't heal these blind loyalties, you will be stuck in these patterns. And that's why I encourage people to really seek out family constellations therapy as well in their healing journey. Combined with homeopathy, of course. Mm-Hmm. . Yeah. And supporting the adrenal system. A lot of people find it difficult to change 'cause the adrenal system is burnt out. So change feels overwhelming. And when I support the mm-hmm with adaptogens and, but first we need to detoxify the liver and make sure there's less inflammation. Speaker 3 (41:00): But when we support the adrenal system with adaptogens and maybe phosphatidyl seine or some other positive mood nutrients, they have more confidence. They have the ability to basically try new things rather than rely on all patterns. They feel good automatically inside. So they wanna do more good things. Then you start creating small positive habits and that creates a reward. Like you feel satisfied. So when you feel satisfied action, you get a reward result. Like it's a reward symptom, a dopamine rush. And so your body starts becoming addicted or wanting yeah, the positive effects of the positive steps you're taking. So there's more motivation really to eat healthier and to avoid the alcohol, to avoid the excessive coffee and to go for that walk or that ride, Speaker 1 (41:48): Right? Yeah. Sometimes just calming some of the things down, especially cortisol can really help. And I've been amazed being here in Dubai at the level of energy work and healing, nurturing modalities are available. Family constellation therapy. There's so many therapists here. When I was in South Florida doing my shaman training, there's like one lady who does it in all of South Florida. And here I, there's, I've seen probably at least six or eight, which is kind of amazing. So it's something I'm gonna dive into. Thank you so much for sharing all of this wonderful information with us. Inspiration. I think you really are helping people to see that it's, it's not just the physicality, it is the emotionality, it's the family, it's the ancestors, which is a whole other conversation that maybe we'll have another time. It's your energy, it's your nervous system, it's, it's everything. So women listening, if you want full body healing, life healing and really to live the life that you deserve to live, I think all people deserve brilliant health that supports them in living their life, their dreams. You definitely wanna check out Dr. Ameet's resources that he has available where can everybody find out more about all the wonderful things that you've shared with us? We'll put all the links that he mentions in the show notes. So don't worry about writing them down, they'll be there for you. But what, where can they find you? Speaker 3 (43:19): So my website is dr amate.com, that's D R A M E E t.com. There's a free ebook and video course as well on healing the five pillars of health. That's your gut, liver, adrenals, emotions, and some talks about family constellations. And there's a full course there as well, which goes into all my protocols for with homeopathy, herbs, et cetera, for healing the gut, liver adrenals, emotional healing exercise, so trauma healing exercise as well. And then I do retreats around the world as well as I teach a course, an in-person course to help you really become better at helping others with anxiety and depression and helping yourself. It's an experiential course. And if you don't find those links in the website because they're kind of reserved for people in the online course, send me an email, right? And if you have a group of people or you wanna join me in Europe or Africa or anywhere else in the world, send me an email and we'll organize a retreat or an in-person training for you and your group. It'll be a pleasure for me. Speaker 1 (44:11): Wonderful. And we'll put that email in the show notes, we'll get all that information for you. Thank you so much for your journey and for your own healing, because now you can share it with the world. And I very much appreciate you joining us today. Speaker 3 (44:27): I thank you and I thank the universe actually yeah, for this healing journey that healing, like you say, helped me share and give more back to the world. So thank you everyone for listening. Speaker 1 (44:35): Yeah. Thank you so much for joining me for another episode of The Hormone Prescription with Dr. Kyrin. I know for sure you learned something today that you can take action on. Maybe it's that you even start thinking about, Hmm, am I really feeling my emotions? Am I processing them? What component could this be of my healing? Maybe this is what's holding me back, or family constellation therapy or whatever it is. Reach out to me on social media, tell me about it. 'cause You know, I love hearing about it. And we'll have another wonderful episode for you again next week. I will see you then. Until then, peace, love, and hormones, y'all. Speaker 2 (45:14): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40 when we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it if you'd give me a review and subscribe. It really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com where we have some free gifts for you, and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation. 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In this episode I'm going to be talking about birth control pills (also known as oral contraceptive pills) and the information that I feel is important for everyone to have, especially those of you who are considering taking the birth control pill or are already taking a birth control pill. This topic is important because a lot of this information is often not shared by the providers who are prescribing these pills. It's really necessary to understand everything before you make any decision about what to take for your health. One of the things I want to talk about are the risks related to taking the birth control pill, including risk of HPV related cancers (like cervical cancer) and nutrient deficiencies associated with the use of “the pill.” I also want to help you understand how it's possible to feel good and balance your hormones and ovarian function naturally if you have reached a point in your life where you don't want to take the birth control pill anymore. It is estimated that more than 10 million women in the United States alone are taking the birth control pill. These are prescription medications, and they are synthetic hormones. When these pills are made, they're made with chemical versions of estrogen and progesterone. You can get a birth control pill that's only a synthetic form of progesterone, but most people take what are called combined formulas that contain synthetic estrogen and synthetic progesterone. When we make a hormone synthetically it signals to our bodies, but it doesn't signal exactly the same as natural hormones or bioidentical hormones. So, I want to emphasize that when I'm talking about birth control pills, I'm referencing synthetic hormones and the risks associated with those types of hormones versus bioidentical or natural hormones, like naturally produced estrogen and progesterone, or bioidentical estradiol, for example, or estriol, and progesterone formulas that are sometimes used for fertility and perimenopause. Our bodies recognize bioidentical hormones. They know exactly what they are and they know how to respond to them in a healthy way. When we take a synthetic hormone, it can have a slightly different effect in our bodies and that's why there are side effects and risks associated, especially with longer term use. If you're taking synthetic hormones on a short-term basis, the risk of health issues is lower and as the length of time increases, the risks increase. Sometimes you may need a birth control pill for a short period of time and that may not be as concerning. It's also known that the risks tend to decrease the longer you are off the birth control pill. Why Are So Many Women Taking Birth Control Pills? What I find in my practice is that for most women (I would say definitely greater than 50%), the pill is not just being used for birth control. They're more often prescribed by gynecologists for regulating the menstrual cycle in some way. Most women, when they go in to see a gynecologist, it's usually to get help with irregular menstrual cycles or maybe perimenopausal symptoms, PCOS or endometriosis, or perhaps you have PMS symptoms or even PMDD, higher anxiety or depression and fatigue, bloating, severe cramps or heavy bleeding and acne during your period. All of these symptoms can happen because of hormone imbalances related to the menstrual cycle. And often times the first thing a gynecologist or other practitioner will prescribe is a birth control pill. What the birth control pill does is it takes over for your ovaries. It literally turns off the ovaries, so your ovaries are not making estrogen and progesterone on their own. You are relying solely on the synthetic estrogen or progesterone that you're swallowing in the birth control pill. This is why if you miss a dose, you could have breakthrough bleeding or other symptoms like headaches, nausea, etc. because these hormones are signaling to your body every day. Birth control pills can regulate the menstrual cycle, decrease bleeding, pain and acne for a lot of women, which can help them keep up with their daily life. At the same time, it's absolutely false to think that the only option to help with menstrual related symptoms is to use a synthetic hormone pill. There are a lot of things we could do to help with those symptoms and support your body naturally to address them without necessarily having to use a synthetic hormone pill. Now, if your priority is to prevent pregnancy at this point in life, maybe the birth control pill is a good option, but there are also other options for contraception that don't require to take a synthetic hormone. I'll discuss them more later in this episode. What Are the Risks of Long-Term Use of Birth Control Pills? Nutrient deficiencies: Birth control pills can end up depleting our nutrients. This is especially true of some of the B vitamins like B2 or riboflavin, B6, B12 and Folate or B9. All those B vitamins can become deficient with use of birth control pill. Also, vitamin C and vitamin E can become deficient. Minerals like magnesium, selenium, and zinc can also be affected. This is why it is important to take a good quality multivitamin if you are on the birth control pill. If you would like to learn more about high-quality multivitamins, you can watch Episode 167 of How Humans Heal here. One of the ways to know if it's a high-quality multivitamin is to look at the ingredient list. Look at what form of folate is in the product. We want it to say “Methyl Folate” (or 5MTHF) instead of Folic Acid. If the label says Folic Acid, it's not a high-quality product. Then look at the B12, if it says Cyanocobalamin, it's not a high-quality product. It should say Methyl Cobalamin instead. This way you know you're getting active forms of the B vitamins. If a company is putting in those active forms of B vitamins in their products, they're much more likely to be a professional grade company that's invested in getting the nutrients that you need. It's also important to be doing regular blood work to identify nutrient deficiencies. And it's important to do the right tests to get the correct information. That's why it's so important to have a practitioner who can guide you. I guide each of my patients on how to get the correct blood work and what the results mean. For example, it's not that helpful to only measure folate in the blood - we need to be measuring homocysteine. HPV and Cervical Cancer: Furthermore, I believe that one of the connections between HPV risk and birth control pills is related to the nutrient deficiencies. In cases where HPV is persisting and resisting treatment, I recommend doing blood work because I often find nutrient deficiencies exist. When you have low antioxidants and low B vitamins, that already increases the risk of HPV related abnormal cells and cancer risks. So, an important preventive step you can take is to make sure you're meeting your nutrients needs and monitoring your blood levels. There are many studies connecting birth control pills to cervical cancer risk. One study in particular shows there's a 10% increased risk of HPV causing cervical cancer with less than five years of birth control use, and a 60% increased risk for five to nine years of use, and a doubling of the risk with 10 or more years of use. If we talk about hormonal IUDs, there is also an increased risk with cervical cancer whereas the copper IUD does not have that risk, so the risk does seem to be related to the synthetic hormones. There are studies where the researchers try to identify exactly what's happening – there are multiple mechanisms besides the nutrient deficiencies where these synthetic hormones also are signaling to the immune system locally and the way that our body manages cells even at a local level on the cervix. Cardiovascular Issues: Birth control pills are also associated with increased risk of certain cardiovascular issues including heart attack, stroke, as well as blood clots in general (like DVT which is a blood clot in your leg). I really want you to know the associated risks so that you're monitoring for yourself and deciding intentionally, is this a risk that I'm willing to take? One of the things that increases the risk of stroke with birth control pill use is having an MTHFR gene variation. If you want to know more about this gene variation you can watch Episode 29 of How Humans Heal here. MTHFR is a gene variation that affects our ability to activate folic acid into folate and it already carries a risk of stroke, so when combined with a birth control pill it elevates your risk of stroke even more. How To Promote Healthy Ovaries Function After Having Taken Birth Control Pills So, what I encourage you to do is weigh out all the information against the reasons why you're taking the pill, and what would be the criteria for yourself for how you will decide when you want to stop using the pill. Then you will want to make a plan for how you're going to prepare your body for coming off the pill, so that you can transition to healthy ovary function. You want to be addressing the negative effects of the pill and start addressing your health in general before you stop the pill so that when you stop, you have a safety net there for yourself. You want to create a healthy environment so when you stop the pill your body is ready and your ovaries are ready to start functioning again. When our bodies overall are functioning at our best, that's when our ovary function is going to be at its best too. Our ovaries can pick up on so many signals from our environment, like any kind of stress signals. We should be especially careful with new diet plans, whether that's intermittent fasting or a ketogenic diet, or if you're going to do some more exercising. Exercise and diet are important for healthy ovary function but if we overdo it, that can also inhibit our ovary function. If we fast for too long, or we aren't eating enough, or we are exercising too intensely, it will decrease signals to the ovaries and then the ovaries are not going to ovulate or produce hormones as optimally. We need to focus on optimizing what I call your SelfC.A.R.E. C is for clean eating, A is for adequate sleep, R is for recovery activities, and E is for exercise. This is the foundation of health in general, but definitely the foundation for healthy ovary function, including fertility. Clean eating includes things like managing your blood sugar levels, eating protein every few hours and identifying inflammatory foods. If you are experiencing inflammation issues, I suggest doing a food sensitivity panel that I use in my office. It is my favorite because I can see any sensitivities to dairy proteins, gluten, eggs or other foods that you may not even realize like almonds and bananas for certain people can be inflammatory. When we ingest inflammatory foods, that inflammation affects our whole body, including ovary function. I can't tell you how many cases of women have come into my office where we identify the inflammatory foods and we start healing the digestion, healing leaky gut, balancing their biome, and all of a sudden, the ovaries start working better. One of the key hormones to balance when it comes to optimal ovary function is cortisol. Cortisol is our main stress hormone and if cortisol is too high or too low, it inhibits healthy ovary function. So that means we need to know what your cortisol function is up to - we can measure cortisol morning, midday, evening, bedtime through the urine or saliva and we can see what is your cortisol up to. Is it too high at certain times of the day or is it at too low at certain times? And wherever it is then we can use the correct herbs and nutrients to get it back on track again. If you would like to know if your cortisol and adrenaline are out of balance you can do a home test that you can order here. I describe this in my latest book: Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. In this book I describe how to individualize SelfC.A.R.E., how to know what's happening with your cortisol as well as your adrenaline levels according to what I call your Stress Type. If you would like to know which stress type are you so you can start recovering from stress you can take the Stress Type Quiz here. This even helps with perimenopausal symptoms, and it helps with postmenopausal as well. So even once the ovaries calm down and they go into menopause, we still need your adrenal glands to be functioning optimally because now you're even more reliant on your adrenal glands to help you feel good. It's also important to have optimal neurotransmitter levels so this is serotonin and GABA and dopamine. It may come as a surprise that chemicals in the brain have anything to do with optimizing your ovary function, but they are incredibly interrelated. Neurotransmitters can also be measured in urine, and I offer those tests through my office, and you can then balance your neurotransmitters using precursor nutrients. It can be scary to think about coming off the pill, as a doctor and as a woman, I completely understand this fear. What I can tell you is from my experience and from my patients' experience, it's absolutely possible to help rebalance and prevent menstrual related symptoms with natural approaches, nutrients, and herbs without having to rely on synthetic hormones. What Are Some Contraception Alternatives to The Birth Control Pill? My recommendation for non-toxic alternatives includes the nonhormonal copper IUD and the fertility awareness method, which includes tracking your ovulation and menstrual cycles so you can either avoid sexual activity or use condoms in the time frame where you are most likely to conceive. You can also measure your basal body temperature on a daily basis where fluctuations determine when you able to conceive. I will host a future episode for those listeners who are interested in learning more about how to conceive. I hope this episode has been helpful for you and understanding birth control pills more and understanding their connection especially to HPV and cervical cancer risk, as well as some of the other conditions that we talked about today. I invite you to reach out if I can be of more help or if you have any questions, and definitely if you are in a situation where you're working on fending off HPV. I've been helping women with their health now for over 23 years. I'm a naturopathic Doctor, as well as midwife. I love helping women with understanding their bodies and what they can do to support their bodies to be as healthy as possible, as well as to prevent things like cervical cancer. 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The panel you just can't get enough of covers immediate pick-up-and-play-right-now games, Charles Marinet's departure as Mario, and the stunning return of Violence Island. Hosted by Alex Jaffe, with Frank Cifaldi, Tim Rogers, and Brandon Sheffield. Edited by Esper Quinn, original music by Kurt Feldman. Questions this week: Tim Rogers asks: what's the deal with people thinking you need to have played earlier games in a triple-A franchise's newest release? (04:56) Brandon Sheffield asks: What are five games you could play any time? (14:04) What does a Mario Ambassador do? (23:00) Seth asks: If you could replace one of your arms with the arm of a video game character, whose arm would you pick? (34:36) If you could only judge real world animals by the way they were presented in video games, how would your opinions on animals be different? (39:07) What was the most significant “sliding doors” moment in video game history? (42:27) What happens when a player reports a bug in a video game? (47:28) What are the Mario and Sonic of food? (49:15) Tim Rogers asks: What if Charles Martinet just starts his own video game company, and like he makes a new character named Charlieo? (53:36) LIGHTNING ROUND: Violence Island Season 3 (55:13) Recommendations and Outro (01:15:26) Discuss this episode in the Insert Credit Forums A SMALL SELECTION OF THINGS REFERENCED: Diablo IV Baldur's Gate III Final Fantasy XVI Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon Street Fighter 6 87% Missing: the Disappearance of Classic Video Games Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection Resident Evil series Legend of Zelda series Dragon Quest series Kingdom Hearts series Metal Gear series Final Fantasy VII: Remake Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance Gunstar Heroes Ys series Sonic the Hedgehog series Battle Garegga Donkey Kong Country H.E.R.O. Shark! Shark! Minesweeper Picross series Doom 64 Turok: Dinosaur Hunter Quake series Another World Castlevania: Rondo of Blood Cadash Super Mario Bros. 3 Blazing Lazers Galactic Attack Charles Martinet Retires From Longtime Voice Role Of Nintendo's Mario Conan O'Brien meets Charles Martinet Disney DuckTales: Remastered Banjo-Kazooie Super Mario Bros. Wonder Super Mario Galaxy The Super Mario Bros. Movie (2023) Coach Coach Ernie Pantusso Craig T. Nelson Dead Rising Enchanted Arms Wild Arms series Ruin Arm Loadout: Arm Floaties Arms Mega Man series Dizzy series Thousand Arms Rayman series Plok Just Arms Bayonetta Cooking Mama Ecco the Dolphin E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Tetris Super Mario 64 Pilotwings Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games series Inti Creates Ceaseless Discharge Gargantua Blargg Mario Sonic the Hedgehog Browny Robbit The Noid Mr. Domino Recommendations: Brandon: Adopt this dog I've been fostering if you're a single person or a couple without children, Steve Stanchfield's Video Collection (Thunderbean) Frank: Mini golf is pretty fun still This week's Insert Credit Show is brought to you by patrons like you. Thank you. Subscribe: RSS, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and more!
Jared Interviews Max Willis and Nikita Austen again about some of the great herbs for calming the central nervous system. You'll learn the history of the herbs, much of the research that proves their effectiveness, and how to use them.Products:Solaray Passion Flower ExtractSolaray Valerian Root ExtractSolaray Holy Basil ExtractSolaray Lemon BalmAdditional Information: Episode #351: Exciting New Discoveries in the Herbal Kingdom For Stress, Mood, Hormone Balance, Varicose Veins, and Much MoreEpisode #321: Four Amazing Herbs You May Not Know About: Fenugreek, Tongkat Ali, Activated Broccoli, and Black Seed Oil with Nikita AustenEpisode #320: A Sharp, Focused Mind using Bacopa and Lion's Mane with Nikita AustenEpisode #202: From Ancient to Modern Application - Black Seed OilVisit the podcast website here: VitalityRadio.comYou can follow @vitalityradio and @vitalitynutritionbountiful on Instagram, or Vitality Radio and Vitality Nutrition on Facebook. Join us also in the Vitality Radio Podcast Listener Community on Facebook. Shop the products that Jared mentions at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!Please also join us on the Dearly Discarded Podcast with Jared St. Clair.Just a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated the podcast. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.
Taurine, theanine, tyrosine and phenylanine are amino acids that have been studied in isolation to give numerous beneficial effects on cognition, mood, hormonal balance, sleep improvement and more. Adam Marafioti, founder of Lifeblud, joins us to talk about amino acid therapy and how we can use it in various ways. He shares how a taurine deficiency can create a deficiency in fat soluble vitamins, the relationship between theanine and GABA, and which aminos to supplement before you go out into sunlight. Order LifeBlud supplements: https://lifeblud.co/?ref=8vo1wqxxn1iv Use the discount code BLACKBURN to save 10% My website: www.matt-blackburn.com Mitolife products: www.mitolife.co Music by George Henner: https://georgehenner.bandcamp.com/
“Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.” Psalm 46:10 That's a command for all of us, but some of us find it easier to do than others. I do a lot of neurotransmitter testing in my practice: urine testing for brain signaling chemicals, including serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, GABA, glycine, and glutamate. I used to simply feed the appropriate pathways with the precursors if they were low, and feed the enzymes for metabolism if one was too high, to try to balance things out. I still do that to an extent, but I've also started to recognize patterns. Sometimes a neurotransmitter test can suggest to me that someone is low in some of the cofactors (vitamins or minerals) for certain pathways. Other times, it can suggest that there's a common genetic predisposition to metabolizing neurotransmitters in a particular way. I also used to do a lot more genetic testing than I currently do (for a variety of reasons, though it can still be useful). Sometimes the genetics can tell me that someone will tend to make an excessive amount of a particular neurotransmitter, or that they don't tend to make enough of it, or that they tend to break it down really fast, or break it down really slowly. That can help inform what I see on neurotransmitter testing, and how I might go about trying to maintain balance, once we've achieved it. There are certain personality types, as well as patterns of thinking, that go along with patterns of neurotransmitters. Serotonin and dopamine tend to be an especially striking see-saw. Those with high (but not too high) serotonin tend to be very laid back and in the moment. Those with high (but not too high) dopamine tend to be very driven, always checking off their to-do list, and then moving straight on to the next thing. Too much of either one, or too little of either one, can lead to a particular type of anxiety or depression. Those with excessively high (but more often excessively low) norepinephrine or epinephrine (together known as adrenaline) tend to be jumpy, and constantly in fight-or flight mode. Usually I see this pattern in people who have been stressed out for a long time. Some of these patterns can be explained by the genetics, but it's also true that neurotransmitters and thoughts are a "chicken-or-egg" scenario: which comes first? We all are familiar with the downward spiral of negative thinking: the more you do it, the harder it is to stop. I think this is why Paul told us to take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ," (2 Cor 10:5), and then to think on "whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things." Phil 4:8. We do have a choice--but our habitual thinking makes this easier or harder to do. A few years ago I read a fascinating book called "The Molecule of More" by Daniel Lieberman. It fleshed out not so much the acute imbalances, but the personality types that go with certain patterns. Lieberman categorizes norepinephrine, along with serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphins, as “here and now,” or H&N neurotransmitters, meaning they help with enjoyment of the moment and satisfaction in one's actual, current experience. By contrast, the neurotransmitter dopamine is all about novelty and desire (it is the "Molecule of More," as in always wanting more). The moment that a pleasure is no longer unexpected, or a goal is achieved, dopamine is quenched. The enjoyment associated with expected pleasures or enjoying what one already possesses requires the H&N neurotransmitters–and certain kinds of people are predisposed more toward one over the other. The highest achievers in history tended to be very dopamine dominant, with all its attendant benefits and pitfalls. They are constantly driven, and usually obsessed with achievement and efficiency–but this also means they are rarely “happy”, where happiness is defined by satisfaction with what they actually have. Many of them are more susceptible to affairs and divorce, because for them, it's more about the thrill of the chase than the actual relationship. They often care for humanity in the abstract, but have little patience with individual people. But on the plus side, they also are quite resilient to adversity and change, since novelty produces the dopamine spike they crave. On the flip side, those more predisposed genetically to the H&N neurotransmitters tend to be happier and more content, and to have stronger interpersonal relationships, but far less driven to achievement, and less resilient to the stress of change. Lieberman doesn't argue that either is "better" than the other per se; each has their own strengths and weaknesses (and he also makes the fascinating argument that one's political leanings can often be affiliated with certain patterns of neurochemistry, too). If you tend toward the H&N neurotransmitters, you'll find it much easier to "be still and know" that He is God, but you might have a harder time seeking out and performing the good works that He has prepared for you to do (Eph 2:10). If this is you, you'll probably do much better with accountability partners and little hacks to keep you motivated. (Another great book for building habits for success, particularly if you're not otherwise inclined to do so, is "Atomic Habits" by James Clear.) If you tend more toward dopamine dominance, you'll likely be an internally motivated high performer who accomplishes a great deal, but you'll struggle to be satisfied with what you've achieved. (A great book that might help with this mentality is "The Gap and the Gain," by Dan Sullivan and Dr Benjamin Hardy.) You'll also likely find it much harder to meditate, and to stop and enjoy the moment--but you're the type of personality that really needs to prioritize the habit of silence and stillness. I prioritize it by setting a timer on my phone, and five minutes a day, I'll close my eyes and picture myself at the beach with Jesus--sometimes meditating on verses, other times just being there, and bringing wandering thoughts back to the mental sound of the waves. I also tend to multitask--and I enjoy it, but I know it can go too far. I have to be intentional about choosing silence: running outside (when it's not blisteringly hot) without headphones, so that I can pray instead. Sometimes completing rote tasks in silence, and choosing prayer and meditation. Some more verses on this topic: "You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is stayed on You because he trusts in You," Isaiah 26:3. "I remember the days of long ago; I meditate on all your works and consider what your hands have done." Psalm 143:5 "I will remember the deeds of the LORD; yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago. I will consider all your works and meditate on all your mighty deeds.” Psalm 77:11-12 "My son, pay attention to what I say; turn your ear to my words. Do not let them out of your sight, keep them within your heart; for they are life to those who find them and health to one's whole body." Prov 4:20-22 "Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers, but whose delight is in the law of the LORD, and who meditates on his law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither— whatever they do prospers." Psalm 1:1-3. Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
In this follow up episode to #352, Jared discusses the clinically proven power of several nutrients and other natural compounds that may work for the same conditions that Gabapentin and Lisinopril are prescribed for. With the significant risk profile of these drugs, many patients are looking for effective alternatives without the risk. Jared shares natural alternatives for nerve pain, neuropathy, neuralgia, and high blood pressure. You'll learn the ins and outs of each of the ingredients and how they could potentially benefit you.Products:N.O. Cardio BoostKyolic Aged Garlic ExtractNatural Factors BerberineVital 5 Magnesium BisglycinateVital 5 Omega3 + AntioxidantsNerve ReverseNatural Factors L-TheanineCBD - call to order 801-292-6662Life-Flo Magnesium Oil Night SprayLife-Flo Magnesium GelAdditional Information:Episode #260: Prescribing Poisons. Commonly Prescribed Drugs; Are the Risks Worth the Benefits? Part 1Episode #266: Prescribing Poisons Part 2. Ibuprofen, PPI's, and Flouroquinalone AntibioticsEpisode #352: Prescribing Poisons Part 3: Gabapentin and LisinoprilEpisode #278: The Incredible Benefits of Aged Garlic ExtractEpisode #227 VR Vintage: There is an Herbal Supplement that Works for Diabetes, Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Better than Drugs! Berberine is that Powerful!Episode #242: The Vital Five How To: Your User's Guide to Filling the Gaps in Your DietEpisode #186 The Powerful Effect of 10:1 ratio CBD + THC with Stuart TomcEpisode #159 VR Vintage: CBD; the Central Nervous System, Gut Health, Immunity and How It All Interrelates an Interview with Maggie FrankResearch:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3888748/https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/garlic-for-blood-pressure#dosages-formshttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1530891X23003828https://www.chiroeco.com/uncommon-nutrients-carpal-tunnel/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2836194/Visit the podcast website here: VitalityRadio.comYou can follow @vitalityradio and @vitalitynutritionbountiful on Instagram, or Vitality Radio and Vitality Nutrition on Facebook. Join us also in the Vitality Radio Podcast Listener Community on Facebook. Shop the products that Jared mentions at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!Please also join us on the Dearly Discarded Podcast with Jared St. Clair.Just a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated the podcast. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.
INTRODUCTION: Today I have with one of my favorite Shamans in the world – Anthony Gaba-DeLaCroix!!! I met him whilst I was down in Mexico for an ayahuasca retreat in an attempt to heal from the breakup of 2023. He is a very talented Shaman, Yogi and Musician so I am absolutely positive that you will gain something useful from this conversation! INCLUDED IN THIS EPISODE (But not limited to): · ARCHANGELS· What Exactly Is Ayahuasca?· Using Psychedelics To Heal From Breakups & Divorce· Perspective On Religion & The Prison System· Louisiana Books To Prisoners - https://lab2p.org· More Love In A Trap House Than A Church House· Grindr & Other Sex Apps & Social Media· A Different View On Monogamy · Anger & Resentment CONNECT WITH ANTHONY: Website: https://anthonydelacroix.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BlackGypsyMusic1/videosInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tupacodelucia/Tumblr: https://agdelacroix.tumblr.com CONNECT WITH DE'VANNON: Website: https://www.SexDrugsAndJesus.comWebsite: https://www.DownUnderApparel.com Donate: https://shorturl.at/gq068 DE'VANNON'S RECOMMENDATIONS: · Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse & Codependency Support Groups (Virtual) - https://www.meetup.com/pittsburgh-narcissism-survivor-meetup-group/· COSA – 12 Step Recovery For Victims Of Compulsive Sexual Behavior - https://cosa-recovery.org· A Recommended Reading To Help Heal From Narcissism - https://amzn.to/41sg6FO· Sex Addicts Anonymous: HTTPS://WWW.SAA.ORG· HEALING SCRIPTURES: https://testimon.io/blog/bible-verses-about-healing-sickness· COVERT NARCISSIST SIGNS: https://www.healthline.com/health/covert-narcissist#signs· GENERAL NARCISSIST SIGNS: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/narcissistic-personality-disorder/symptoms-causes/syc-20366662Support the showThanks for listening! Please donate at SexDrugsAndJesus.com and follow us on TikTok, IG etc.
Chris Whittemore is a retired Marine Scout Sniper with 18 years of service to this country. He served in Ramadi, Iraq in 2005 and Fallujah, Iraq in 2007 among other deployments. He was last on with us for Episode 136, and he returns to discuss his new book "Terror to Triumph 2: Darkness to Light." It is a poetry book that follows up his memoir. We discuss veterans overcoming addiction following their service, the writing process, and his current field of work in helping veterans receieve benefits that they are entitled to. You can also Chris on all social media pages @USMC9550 Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions ammo & gear go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE Photonis Defense is the global leader in night vision solutions providing more high-quality night vision capabilities than anyone. Hunters, shooters, boaters and outdoor enthusiasts rely on Photonis Defense systems to make their adventures safer and more successful. Visit http://photonisdefense.com for more information; or look for Photonis Defense product options from your night vision dealer. For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/@battlelinepodcast
Did you know that alcohol works on the GABA system? Such intricate mechanisms and their implications for brain research are the focus of our insightful conversation with David Nutt. A pioneer in the field of psychopharmacology, David's groundbreaking work opens up intriguing possibilities for treating disorders like addiction, depression, and anxiety. We walk through David's journey, from his surprising discoveries to the complex tensions he navigated when making policy suggestions to reduce alcohol's harms. Our candid chat with David takes us down memory lane to when he chaired the Home Office Advisory Council's scientific committee and the palpable shift in his life. We delve into the dichotomy of alcohol, seen as one of the most harmful drugs, yet legal, and the ripple effects of alcohol advertising on underage drinking. Pioneering research by Lachmayr and Jürgen Rehm is put under the microscope as we explore the startling link between alcohol and at least seven types of cancer, with an added focus on cirrhosis of the liver. The conversation takes a thrilling turn as we dissect David's efforts in developing Arca-Rell, a promising alcohol-free alternative. In the midst of discussing the nuances of alcohol and potential treatments, we take a deep dive into an emerging trend - the therapeutic use of psychedelics. From their role in anti-war protests to their potential in lifting lifelong depression, we navigate the complex terrain of psychedelics. Join us as David leaves us with invaluable insights from his book, podcast, and charity work. Strap in for a riveting journey through the enthralling world of psychopharmacology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You see the title, and if you've been with us since our inception you already know that we had Andrei "The Pitbull" Arlovski on Episode 1, and he has returned for Episode 200. We start off the show with some news however, including the death of two military legends: WWII Paratrooper Vincent Speranza who joined us not too far back on Episode 179, and General James Lindsay. We then cover an article from The Intercept about Clint Lorance titled "War Criminal's Bid to Become Lawyer Faces Obstacle: His Own Troops." Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Andrei Arlovski then hops on with us to discuss his future in fighting, being a father, and a surprise announcement exclusive to Battleline Podcast that you do not want to miss. Be sure to follow Andrei on Instagram @andreiarlovski. Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions ammo & gear go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/@battlelinepodcast
Today we have Dr. Scott an integrative medicine doctor for over 15 years to talk about health optimization. Specifically we are talking about the supplements Dr. Scott and the work of 3 other doctors created called Troscriptions. Troscriptions is a company these doctors created to help you feel as optimized from a cellular standpoint as possible right now as you go on the journey of reaching health optimization in your life. And I can't wait for you all to listen! Today we discuss: When someone takes tro-blue or just blue where is the effects of these supplements taking place in the body?What is mitochondrial health and why is this so important?Why have the product in the buccal form? Why not just swallow these supplements?What is methylene blue and why is it so important and why isn't it used in other supplements? I've only ever seen you guys talking about MBMB is a nootropic , antidepressant, anti microbial, antioxidant and neuroprotective?The science around the nicotine and the hemp extract. What are the benefits of pairing these ingredients together? Lots of people say nicotine is terrible for you.What things are people taking such as large amounts of caffeine or adderal that are causing more harm than good compared to your guys products?So you guys have a product to help you get up and into a flow, now I want to talk about tro-calm and how this product can help anyone relax and unwind without needing to pour a glass or two of alcohol. So what's in Tro-Calm?What is GABA and why is it such an important neurotransmitter to want to boost nowadays? Are there a lot of things in our current world that are cutting us off from creating more natural GABA?What does GABA do to your brain? And how does the combination of GABA/KAVA/HEMP work so well together?What the difference with tro-calm vs just smoking weed?How destructive is alcohol vs too-calm?So let's say someone can't get their hands on these products (even though they're very affordable), how could someone increase their mitochondrial function for energy and increase their GABA for relaxation naturally?Where can people get their hands on these products?Where can people find you on social media?if you want to get your hands on some of these incredible supplement you can go to troscriptions.com and get yours there! Use code: ITSALLDAY to save some money on these supplements and start feeling optimized today!
My oldest, my baby made it through his freshman year with only two colds! These tips work so I'm replaying the episode from last year!! And we are teaching a class all about College wellness kits Tuesday, August 2 at 8 pm. Go to www.thewellteam.com/events to register!!! What's in the Wellness College Kit aka “Love From Mom Kit” First Aid: band aids, ibuprofen and tylenol (he knows to go to the oils first), thermometer, benadryl, OnGuard throat drops Essential oils: 2 OnGuard Hand Sanitizers - for the times he can't get to the bathroom to use soap and water. Deep Blue Stick plus Copaiba - convenient and easy to apply, works well for pain. OnGuard Capsules - full of immune boosting oils. He will take a capsule easier than he will use a rollerball because he doesn't always want to smell like essential oils. OnGuard Beadlets - my kids know that when they're coming down with a sore throat, these work fast. OnGuard Rollerball - extra support to rub on the throat if illness is starting. Oregano - a very hot oil, but it is hot on germs and it helps kick the crud fast. Tea Tree rollerball - soothing for sore throats and helps with skin breakouts. Frankincense rollerballs - when in doubt you get Frankincense out. As the King of Oils, Frankincense is great for everything but powerful for emotional support. Knowing it's potential, I just need him to have it there. Lavender Rollerball - bug bites, bee stings, etc. Digestzen - he's used to using this when he has stomach troubles so I think he will for sure use this if needed. Breathe - the respiratory blend. My kids use it anytime they have a cold or difficulty breathing. I will notice it's gone from our collection and it's because they've filled their diffuser in their rooms. Adaptiv Capsules - so great for anxiety and focus. If he's anxious trying to study or prepare for an exam or presentation, these capsules pack a punch. Each capsule contains GABA, a neurotransmitter found in mammalian central nervous system which reduces neuronal excitability, which is powerful for calming emotions. OnGuard sanitizing wipes - to degerm his computer and phone! And I'm going to clean his bathroom with an OnGuard cleaner concentrate and leave the bottle with him.. I wonder what his roommates will think..? This is how I've always taken care of him so it's natural for me to send him off with this wellness kit. I feel empowered as his mom, even though he's leaving me, that he will have the tools he needs should the need arise. Want to buy this kit? Edit my top 10 kit below: Join our WELL Facebook group for more support and encouragement to refill daily with faith, self care, health and wellness! Follow me on Insta FREE morning routine guide thewellteam.com/morningroutine Essential oils- thewellteam.com/essentialoils Get my favorite top 10 doTERRA products here: https://doterra.me/n2pgTr Email email@example.com Want to talk? Kari's coaching will help you combat overwhelm and exhaustion to design a life you love through faith, self care, holistic health and habits you love! www.calendly.com/karidaviscoaching for a connection call to see if coaching with Kari is a good fit for you!
This podcast is sponsored by ShopC60.com. C60 is a powerful, Nobel Prize-winning antioxidant, that helps to optimize mitochondrial function, fights inflammation, and neutralizes toxic free radicals! I'm a big fan of using C60 in conjunction with your keto and intermittent fasting lifestyle to support your immune system, help your body detox, and increase energy and mental clarity. My favorite C60 products for Keto & IF lifestyles include C60 Purple Power in Organic MCT Coconut Oil (can add this to your coffee) and their delicious Sugar-Free C60 Gummies (made with allulose and monk fruit)! If you are over the age of 40, and you'd like to kick fatigue and brain fog to the curb this year, visit shopc60.com and use the coupon code “JOCKERS” for 15% OFF and start taking back control over your health today! This episode is also brought to you by Paleovalley's Grass Fed Organ Complex, a game-changer for those looking to benefit from traditional superfoods without tolerating their taste or engaging in extensive cooking. Paleovalley's Grass Fed Organ Complex is a standout among their impressive lineup. It features not one but THREE organs sourced from healthy, 100% grass-fed, pasture-raised cows, delivering a diverse array of essential nutrients. For a limited time, you can enjoy a generous 15% discount on the Grass Fed Organ Complex by using the code "JOCKERS" or visiting Paleovalley.com/jockers. What is inflammation? Is it actually a good thing? What are essential oils? And how can essential oils help combat inflammation in the body? Dr. Eric Zielinski is a doctor of chirporactic who is also a public health researcher and who specializes in essential oils and aromatherapy. He is a pioneer in the biblical health space and author of the international bestsellers, The Healing Power of Essential Oils and The Essential Oils Diet. He is also the perfect, enlightened, well-informed guest, in conversation with Dr. Jockers as part of the Chronic Inflammation Summit. Together they are asking all the obvious questions pertaining to inflammation in the body so as to ensure we have a common understanding of that which is at the root of nearly every chronic health condition. From that solid base they build a foundation of understanding regarding the vaulable role that essential oils have to play in combatting inflammation of the body. Learn what it means to take your hand out of the fire, to fast from the media, toxic foods, get rid of toxic aersol cans, and address the emotional stressors that may be triggering your inflammation. Apply a holistic approach to your understanding of chronic inflammation so that you can get to the root cause. Learn how to use essential oils in your day to day as part of your inflammation solution. If you know of anyone dealing with chronic inflammation, please share this conversation with them. Thank you, and let's dive into the show. “I would say chronic inflammation is the number one cause of all chronic disease. Period." - Dr. Eric Zielinski Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio In This Episode: Introduction to Dr. Eric Zielinski What is the role of environmental toxins regarding inflammation in the body? What is inflammation? If the stimulus persists, there is no root cause solution What does it mean to take your hand out the fire? How emotional stressors trigger inflammation The importance of spending time outdoors The versatility of essential oils What is cortisol and what is its job in the body? What are essential oils? THE GABA effect of essential oils The power of a neck rub (and physical touch) Using essential oils in combination with meditation A list of essential oils known to be anti-inflammatory Throw away all synthetic fragrances (eg. aerosol cans)! What starts to happen when you detoxify your house What does the fire look like to you? What can you change NOW? Resources: Paleovalley Grass Fed Organ Complex Shop Carbon 60 - Use the coupon code "JOCKERS" for 15% OFF your first order in all their products! Connect with Dr. Eric Zielinski: Website - https://naturallivingfamily.com/ Book - The Essential Oils Apothecary: Advanced Strategies and Protocols for Chronic Disease and Conditions Connect with Dr. Jockers: Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers Website – https://drjockers.com/ If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/
Contributor: Travis Barlock MD Educational Pearls: Alcohol binds the GABA receptor, which produces an inhibitory response, hence the “depressive” effects of ethanol beverages. Over time, alcohol downregulates the GABA receptors, leading to unopposed glutamate activity. Given that glutamate is excitatory, this can lead to seizures. Alcohol also suppresses REM sleep; in patients with chronically suppressed REM sleep, the brain starves for dream sleep and it spills over into the wakeful state, inducing a dream-like state when someone is awake. The awake dream-like state of delirium tremens (DT) differs from alcohol hallucinosis Alcohol hallucinosis presents with visual hallucinations in a wakeful state DT presents with a generalized clouding of the sensorium and a dream-like state Treatment for DT is better achieved with phenobarbital due to predictable pharmacology Phenobarbital acts on GABA and NMDA receptors References 1. Davies M. The role of GABAA receptors in mediating the effects of alcohol in the central nervous system. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 2003;28(4):263-274. 2. Fujimoto J, Lou JJ, Pessegueiro AM. Use of Phenobarbital in Delirium Tremens. J Investig Med High Impact Case Reports. 2017;5(4):4-6. doi:10.1177/2324709617742166 3. Walker, M. Chapter 13: iPads, Factory Whistles, and Nightcaps In: Walker, M, Why We Sleep. Scribner; 2017, pg. 272. 4. Zarcone V. Alcoholism and sleep. Adv Biosci. 1978;21:29-38. Summarized & Edited by Jorge Chalit, OMSII
In today's episode we're going to be talking about the gut microbiome. Why it's important, how to know what's going on with your microbiome and how to optimize it. The microbiome consists of microbes that are both helpful and potentially harmful for us and our bodies. Most of these organisms are symbiotic, meaning they and us benefit at the same time, but some are pathogenic, which are those that cause trouble, produce toxins, and increase inflammation. When we are healthy, both symbiotic and pathogenic microorganisms coexist without problems in a perfect balance and without causing us to get sick. The problem comes when this perfect balance is disrupted, causing our metabolic and immune function to be negatively affected. That's why it is so important to identify and to get your microbiome back on track. Today we will focus mainly on the gut biome, although it is now well known that it is important to have a healthy balance of microbes in all different areas of our bodies, including the skin and vagina. They all relate back to the gut, so let's focus there. What Is the Gut Microbiome? I'm thinking that a lot of you probably have heard about the gut microbiome, also known as the biome or the gut microbiota. Essentially, it's referring to the microorganisms that are living in our digestive tract. This group of microbes living inside of us fluctuate on a daily, weekly and monthly basis based on our diet, physical activity, medications we take, toxins exposure and stress exposure. The important thing here is to try to have a healthy balance of this microbes as much as possible. When there's a healthy balance, the good bacteria counterbalance the potentially harmful bacteria. When our microbiome gets out of balance, it's either that there are not enough good bacteria, or too much of the potentially harmful bacteria. And that's when health issues start. Research is showing that if the gut microbiome gets out of balance, it can increase the risk of many health issues including infections (bacterial, yeast, and viral), autoimmunity conditions, metabolic disorders, even weight gain, anxiety, depression, menstrual irregularities, PCOS, endometriosis, fertility issues, osteoporosis, kidney diseases, heart disease, diabetes, and dementia. Having a healthy balance of microbes in the gut is essential for our health. What Is This Gut Microbiome Doing for Us? As you might suspect from the various health issues that I just mentioned, the microbiome communicates and supports our immune system and help protect us from infections and autoimmunity (which is when our immune system gets confused and starts trying to protect us from our own self) so, by having a good balance of microbes in your gut, you're helping your immune system stay on track and protect you. These microbes also communicate with our nervous system via the Vagus nerve and other mechanisms. These guys are sending messages to our brain and our nervous system, they're communicating about what's happening down in our gut, they can cause us to crave some kinds of foods in order to feed them. They can affect our mood, our memory and our focus. They also make certain nutrients like B vitamins (including activating B12), vitamin K and short chain fatty acids (which are protective to the colon). Furthermore, they participate in making neurotransmitters such as GABA and can influence the production of serotonin and dopamine in our nervous system. What we're learning from research is that they help us recover from stress and toxin exposure! As you know I specialize in how humans are affected by stress and what we can do to recover from stress, and so I would say that optimizing the microbiome has a huge impact on our stress recovery. How Do We Maintain a Healthy Microbiome? So, we now know they're important, but how do we take care of them? It's like having a pet, you must know how to feed them and how to take care of them so that they can be healthy. What we eat is what feeds our gut bacteria. Of course, they're living in our gut so what we swallow is going to influence them and what's going to feed them potentially. Our gut bacteria can ferment foods what we as humans are unable to digest, like fiber or complex starches for example. They can ferment fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds. Foods and fibers that feed our microbiome are called “prebiotics.” Fructooligosaccharides in garlic, onions, leeks, asparagus, artichokes, kale, dandelion, as well as bananas, contain the highest amount of prebiotics, or super food, for our gut bacteria. It's important to know that it's possible to over feed your gut bacteria! In fact, I would say that it is much more likely to overfeed your bacteria than to underfeed them. I see a higher percentage of patients with overgrowing bacteria rather than with too few bacteria. Going back to the pet analogy, we have to know how to feed our gut bacteria correctly. Symptoms of overfeeding your gut bacteria include bloating, gas, cramping, bowel changes, weight gain, and burping. Consuming prebiotics in excess or eating too much fermented foods (yoghurt, sauerkraut, kimchi, miso, kombucha, etc.) can cause overgrowth. We want that optimal amount and balance of good and bad gut bacteria, so just be aware and cautious and listen to your body. If you are consuming a lot of prebiotics, high fiber foods, fermented foods and you start to feel bloated or have bowel changes or gas, or even if you have infections (sinus, bladder, vaginal) or joint pain, inflammation, headaches, skin rashes, these are all symptoms that you may be overfeeding your gut bacteria. How Can You Know if You're Overfeeding Your Gut Microbiome? What you can do is a stool analysis. For many years we have had stool cultures. The culture is when you send in a stool sample into the lab and they allow it to grow over several days. The problem with cultures is that some bacteria are anaerobic, so they don't grow in a lab environment. Then, about a decade ago, they came out with a DNA analysis of the gut bacteria. This is DNA sequencing so no matter whether the bacteria are alive or not, they can identify them based on their DNA. This is a much more accurate way of knowing which bacteria are thriving, or overgrowing, in your microbiome. There are now consumer versions of these stool tests that you can order online and send in your stool sample. They may make suggestions in terms of how to change your diet to feed the bacteria that are too low, and not overfeed those that are too high. It's important to consider that, while making certain diet changes can help, I have not found that decreasing or increasing specific foods is an effective solution to adjust your microbiome (and I have tried it with hundreds of patients). That is because many of the same foods that feed the good bacteria, also feed the bad bacteria. It doesn't work to manipulate your diet, in terms of eating specific fruits or seeds, in order to make minor adjustments in your biome. A much better approach is to choose a variety of foods in your diet. If you're eating the exact same foods every day, it is more likely to cause an overgrown of bacteria (or yeast). In that case, increasing the variety in your diet and eating other kinds of fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds each day, or alternating through the week, will help to improve the diversity of bacteria because you'll be feeding a greater number of types overall. When it comes to our gut microbiome, we want diversity. There are over 1,000 bacterial species that have been identified with about 160 species being found living in the gut of any individual so we don't want to just feed certain ones. Now, if your gut microbiome is really needing more help and you have symptoms of overgrowing bacteria, or a health issue related to the gut biome, then some additional steps need to be taken. There is a clinical stool panel called the GI MAP that I find has helped so many of my patients by showing exactly which bacteria, yeast, protozoa and/or parasites are present, so we can tailor a specific protocol to address them. I can order this test through my office for you and then we can see who's living there in your gut. It will also tell us if there is inflammation (calprotectin) or antigliadin antibodies, and how well are you digesting your food. We can see quite a lot about your digestive system in this type of clinical stool panel, and from there I can get way more specific and design a strategy for you so we can get your biome back on track. What Can We Do to Rebalance Our Gut Bacteria? When we're constantly under stress, we don't digest our food well, and this will cause an imbalance in the gut bacteria, let alone many potential health issues. If our food is not digested well, we're not going to be able to absorb the nutrients, so it's not going to feed us, and instead it's going to overfeed the bacteria and other microbes. So, how do we support our digestion? Well, we can start by taking the time to slow down and consciously eat. Take your time and sit down, breathe, chew well, etc. This way you are sending signals to your Vagus nerve communicating that it's time to make enzymes and digest. You can also take pancreatic enzymes if needed to help you digest food while your system is healing. This is something that will show on the stool panel. Also, if you're not making enough bile, we can support bile production for fat digestion. If you're not making enough stomach acid (hydrochloric acid) we can add that to help with protein digestion. We can support the digestion of your food in many different ways, including herbs that stimulate digestion or even just eating plants that are bitter (like arugula), which help with digestion. If there's overgrowing pathogenic bacteria, referred to as “dysbiosis,” I would guide you through a protocol of using antimicrobial herbs that are effective at addressing the bacteria that are overgrowing, without wiping out all your good bacteria. That's a very specific protocol that I developed and tested over the years and one that works for the majority of patients. In addition to antimicrobial herbs, I also recommend using probiotics that contain the bacillus species (such as Megaspore), which I consider to be the traffic directors of the microbiome. These bacteria are able to rebalance your gut biome by supporting the good guys and telling the overgrowing or pathogenic bacteria that they need to go. Once we get the balance back then we can shift our strategy to maintaining the balance by eating a healthy, balanced, and diverse diet, along with potentially using a maintenance probiotic, which is going to contain lactobacillus and bifidobacterium in the range of 25 to 50 billion per day. It's important to consider that when trying to rebalance your gut microbiome, it's better to do it slowly. An aggressive change can cause the pathogenic bacteria to release toxins as a defense mechanism, and this can make you feel worse. Starting with very low doses of bacillus and antimicrobial herbs and listening to your body in the process is key to a good outcome. It's also important to think about the environment. If there's leaky gut, unhealthy cells, and inflammation, then the good bacteria will not thrive, so we need to be paying attention to making it a happy, healthy environment for the healthy bacteria and microbes to live in. What Are the Causes of a Disruption in the Microbiome? One of the main causes of dysbiosis, and one that I have been helping a lot of patients with through the years, is leaky gut. With leaky gut, the foods we eat “leak” through the intestinal lining because the intestinal cells have become damaged and there is more space between the cells. When undigested food leaks through the intestinal lining, the immune system responds in an effort to protect us, which leads to inflammation that can spread throughout the body. At the same time, the intestinal cells are not able to absorb nutrients from the foods we eat and, of course, our microbiome is disrupted. A poor diet, overconsumption of alcohol, smoking, stress and exposure to environmental toxins are all factors in developing leaky gut. The best protection is a healthful diet high in natural fiber and low in added sugars and processed foods. Another cause of dysbiosis is taking some types of medications like antibiotics, antacid medications, such as proton pump inhibitors, and many other medications. These meds will kill both good and bad bacteria, so we need to counteract this effect by taking the right probiotics. This is also why it is important to avoid the use of medications whenever possible. Stress is a major factor in the disruption of our microbiome. Stress includes psycho-emotional stress, trauma, as well as physical stressed and injuries. If you know you've been under stress, you're going to want to be proactive to help your microbiome to recover. We also know that gluten (in wheat, rye, barley, and spelt) disrupts the bacteria and decreases the levels of various kinds of healthy bacteria. If you're consuming gluten, and even if you don't have gluten sensitivity or celiac disease, there's a chance you're disrupting your gut bacteria. Also sugar, refined carbs, processed foods, non-organic foods, a low-fiber diet, pesticides, artificial sweeteners, artificial flavors and colors added to foods, all cause gut biome disruption. Exposure to toxins, such as toxins in our environment, our food, water, air, and exposure to mold toxins (such as if you're living in a water damaged building), all affect our digestion and they affect our microbiome. When it comes down to it, our gut biome is potentially being disrupted every day. It's by raising our awareness, and being mindful about what we eat, and how we recover from stress, that we are able to keep our gut microbiome optimized. What Are Some Products Out There That Can Help Rebalance the Microbiome? There is another new stool panel that not only tells us about the balance of bacteria in your biome, but then also offer custom probiotic formulations based on your results. So if you're low in certain strains of bacteria, then that's what they're going to put in your individualized probiotics. That company is called Flore and I can help you with that through my office if you're interested in trying that out as a way to re-optimize your gut biome. There's recent research that's identifying individual strains of bacteria and how they specifically help us with our health. I think we're going to see more and more products, such as supplements or beverage products, that contain these specific bacteria based on research that shows how they're potentially beneficial for our health. For example, there's one type of bacteria called Bifidobacterium 1741, which is considered a “psychobiotic” because it's been shown in research to help with stress recovery, specifically to bring cortisol down. So, in terms of the Stress Types I identified, this would be especially helpful for a Stress Magnet, or Night Owl, or Sluggish and Stressed type, who have elevated cortisol levels. If you want to find out your Stress Type, you can do my free online Stress Type Quiz here. Bifidobacterium 1741 has also been shown to help with mental health in terms of cognition, focus and memory. This type of bacteria can be found in products like Zenbiome - Zenbiome Cope and Zenbiome Sleep. There's also Bifidobacterium 35642 which has been shown to modulate inflammation. This would be especially helpful for someone who is experiencing a lot of inflammation and pain. Zenbiome Dual contains both Bifidobacterium 1741 and 35642. https://doctordoni.com/product/zenbiome-dual-60-capsules/ There's also quite a lot of research on the bacteria related to the vaginal biome and how it is completely related to the health of the gut biome. This is so important because if you're having vaginal symptoms or recurrent vaginal infections, like yeast, BV, or HPV, we know it is important that we heal your gut biome in order to help heal the vaginal biome and prevent those infections from happening. If you want to learn more about the vaginal biome related to the gut biome you can watch Episode #168 of How Humans Heal here. If you're interested in a probiotic that is specifically formulated to support a healthy vulvovaginal microbiota you can find one here. And another here. https://doctordoni.com/product/ortho-biotic-womens-30-capsules/ More examples of specific oral probiotics to benefit areas of the body and for certain purposes are: * Bifidobacterium HU36 - shown to help with carotenoid and the skin. https://doctordoni.com/product/sereneskin-30-capsules/ * Lactobacillus rhamnosus DR7, which has been shown especially to be helpful for mood and stress recovery or bacteria that has been shown to help with our neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine. *Bifidobacterium BPL1 which has been shown to help with weight gain around the waist. One more approach that is being used, especially in cases where there is the need to control an infection called Clostridium difficile, or C. diff (which is a pathogenic bacteria that a lot of times is hard to treat and get rid of) is something called a “fecal transplant.” A fecal transplant is a procedure to collect feces from a healthy donor and introduce them into a patient's gastrointestinal tract. Research shows that a fecal transplant can restore healthy bacteria in the lower intestine, which can help control C. diff and keep it from coming back. In some cases this can be more effective than antibiotics for keeping C. diff in check. Still, even after using a specific probiotic, or having a fecal transplant, we will need to come back to rebalancing and maintaining the overall population and diversity of bacteria based on what we eat and supporting healthy digestion. How to Integrate Microbiome Optimization into Your Overall Health Plan? No matter what, I think it's important to keep in mind that we need to take into account all of the root causes of our health issues. Yes, we can take a bacteria-containing supplement, and we can learn to consume an optimal amount of prebiotics to feed our biome, and all that can help, but we also need to work on our recovery from stress and anything else that was thrown out of balance by stress. We need to ensure optimal cortisol levels because cortisol determines the signals to our digestion. We need to optimize hormone levels such as insulin and blood sugar levels, thyroid, as well as leptin and the sex hormones. We need to address nutrient deficiencies and toxins. We have to address all the underlying causes to really shift the imbalances permanently and achieve our best health and resilience to stress going forward. If you really want to heal there needs to be a whole protocol put into action for your specific body. This is why I encourage you to refer to my overall stress recovery protocol because I'm addressing all the potential imbalances, not just the microbiome. Yes, the microbiome is hugely important, but we have to also think about all the other potential imbalances along with it because then everything can help maintain resilience together. So, as you can see, there are many solutions - many ways to help you rebalance your microbiome. I've worked with some of the most challenging and complex cases - people who were put on the most strict diets and worked with many other practitioners - and I've helped guide them back out of it to heal their digestion, optimize their biome and help them feel better. That's where I get my confidence to say it's possible to get your microbiome back on track again. If you want to work on your gut health and microbiome you may want to sign up for my Heal Leaky Gut Program where I teach you how to heal leaky gut with my proven protocol. Keep in mind that 50% of people with leaky gut, have zero symptoms, so the only way to know for sure is to do the food sensitivity panel I recommend. If you're interested in learning more about my approach to healing HPV you can find my new HPV Recovery Guide here. If you are tired of this virus and are really committed to erasing it from your life forever, you can sign up for my Say Goodbye to HPV 12-Week Program here. If you want to feel better by rebalancing your cortisol and neurotransmitters, start with this home test kit. You can also sign up for my Stress Warrior Program here. Also, if you want to learn more about how to recover from stress so that you can get back to feeling your best, you may want to read my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. In the book, I also share the quiz I developed to help you identify how stress has affected you specifically by knowing your Stress Type. You can also take this Stress Type Quiz online. 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Join me in this captivating episode as we explore the world of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and its profound impact on health optimization. I am thrilled to be joined by Kara Collier, a Registered Dietitian and the Director of Nutrition at NutriSense, who is a leading authority on CGM technology. Kara explains why high-energy exercises like weightlifting or HIIT can cause glucose spikes due to increased energy demands, and why exercise spikes are different from those caused by sugary foods. We also discuss how steady-state cardio and gentle walks can help lower glucose levels. To improve your overall health, we examine three key factors that affect blood sugar and discuss the importance of optimal glucose metabolism, plus how fluctuations in glucose are more important indicators of cardiovascular health than average blood-sugar levels alone. You'll learn about the transformative power of continuous glucose monitoring to gain insights that can revolutionize your well-being. Full show notes: jjvirgin.com/nutrisense Learn more about Kara Collier: https://www.nutrisense.io/dietitians/kara-collier Use code JJ25 for $25 off your first month at Nutrisense: https://www.nutrisense.io/?code=JJ25&utm_source=affiliate&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=jj.virgin I use the Oura Ring to track my sleep: https://ouraring.com/ I use my Metabolism Rescue Kit to support hormone balance, healthy insulin and glucose levels: https://store.jjvirgin.com/products/metabolism-rescue-kit?_pos=3&_sid=0c034f047&_ss=r Try Take Ten Stress Support with GABA: https://store.jjvirgin.com/products/take-ten-stress-support?_pos=1&_sid=953e09ac2&_ss=r&variant=39816161099851 Track your sleep and more with an Apple Watch: https://amzn.to/3RDIqzZ Read my book The Virgin Diet: https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/books/products/the-virgin-diet-paperback Get a copy of The Sugar Impact Diet: https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/books/products/sugar-impact-diet-paperback-book Fall and stay asleep safely with Sleep Candy™: https://store.jjvirgin.com/collections/supplements/products/sleep-candy Try a DEXA scan twice a year: https://health.ucdavis.edu/sports-medicine/resources/dxa-info Try this Omron body-composition scale: https://amzn.to/3JAcQ4I Try my protein calculator: http://jjvirgin.com/proteinfirst Use code JJVIP1000 for $1,000 off a Kooru Cold Plunge: https://www.koorucoldplunges.com/ I enjoy Sunlighten Saunas: https://get.sunlighten.com/j748h5w7er2a Why Your Blood Sugar is CRITICAL to Fat Loss Over 40 https://jjvirgin.com/main-podcast/why-your-blood-sugar-is-critical-to-fat-loss-over-40-ep-540/ Healthy Fat Sources, Supplements While Fasting & Controlling Blood Sugar: https://jjvirgin.com/main-podcast/healthy-fat-sources-supplements-while-fasting-controlling-blood-sugar-ep-516/ Use code JJ25 for $25 off your first month at Nutrisense: https://www.nutrisense.io/?code=JJ25&utm_source=affiliate&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=jj.virgin
We start off this episode recapping Tanto's recent family trip to Disney World and what else we've been up to. Our guest, Ashlee Olbright, is a U.S. Coast Guard Air Medal Recipient best known for saving lives during Hurricane Harvey in Texas in 2017. For her heroism, she was acknowledged by President Trump and brought out as a guest during his 2018 State of the Union address. Her book "The Hurricane Within" published in 2019 highlights her upbringing and accomplishments. You can learn more at http://AshleeLeppert.com and follow her on Instagram @Ashlee_Leppert_Inspires We are having a long overdue guest free episode next week, this is your last chance to send in any questions you have for Tanto or Scotto to firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us:http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions products go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/c/BattlelinePodcast
►Check out our fanlink.to/Y0UTUBE for your audiovisual experience◄ Join us today for a delightful musical journey inspired by the classic cocktail, White Lady. Just like the cocktail's exquisite blend of gin, Cointreau, and lemon, our mix features the harmonious collaboration of Gaba & HOO, two talented artists who are taking the music scene by storm. Gaba, a DJ/Producer hailing from Curitiba, Brazil, has achieved remarkable success in a short time, signing with prestigious labels like RADIANT and Melody Of The Soul. His dynamic DJ sets have seen him share the stage with renowned names, including Monkey Safari, Amonita, and more. Joining Gaba is the twin duo, HOO, who began their DJ career during the pandemic and quickly soared to the top tier of Brazil's electronic music scene. With appearances at iconic venues like Warung Beach Club and Surreal Park, they've performed alongside esteemed artists such as &Me, Rampa, Lee Burridge, and Gorje Hewek. Just like the optional egg white in the White Lady cocktail, Gaba & HOO's mix adds an extra touch of magic to your auditory experience. Let their enchanting melodies, groovy beats, and captivating rhythms transport you to a musical wonderland. So grab your headphones, raise your glass, and indulge in the harmonious concoction of Gaba & HOO's mix. Cheers! The bartenders Cheers! The bartenders Gaba @soundsbygaba www.instagram.com/soundsbygaba HOO @hooweare www.instagram.com/hoo.weare Schirmchendrink @schirmchendrink www.facebook.com/schirmchendrink www.instagram.com/schirmchendrink
This episode's guest is Prakriti Gaba. She earned her medical degree from the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine and completed internal medicine training at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. She is a physician and senior cardiology fellow at the Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Her research interests involve investigating novel treatments for coronary artery disease as well as rethinking clinical trial design.In this episode, Dr Gaba and I discuss:What causes heart disease.Does your diet affect your cholesterol levels?Which biomarkers should you be looking at, and the ideal ranges.How to lower your risk of cardiovascular disease.Dr Gaba's Twitter: @PrakritiGabaDr Gaba on Tiktok: @prakritigabaSponsors:LMNT - https://www.drinkLMNT.com/NEUROAthletic Greens - https://www.drinkAG1.com/NEUROThe Neuro Athletics Newsletter Instagram: louisanicola_Twitter : louisanicola_YouTube: Louisa Nicola
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Aqui você encontra, em nossos programas, os bastidores do poder e análises exclusivas. Assine o combo O Antagonista + Crusoé https://bit.ly/assineoantagonista Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL Você pode entrar em contato conosco pelo e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Confira mais notícias em nosso site: https://oantagonista.uol.com.br/ https://crusoe.uol.com.br/ Acompanhe nossas redes sociais: https://www.fb.com/oantagonista https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista https://www.tiktok.com/@oantagonista_oficial No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista
This episode covers: How the primary neurotransmitters involved (GABA & Glutamate) in Ketamine Infusion Therapy act on the human brain and body, what a Ketamine infusion treatment might look like in a professional clinic, when Ketamine treatments are contraindicated and more. Jill is a compassionate medical professional with extensive experience as a Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthesist. https://ketaminewellnessinfusionspa.com https://donnalsherman.com
When drinking alcohol goes from occasional happy hours with friends and co-workers to necessary regimented daily practice. If you require booze to function with the pressures and anxieties of life (or know someone who does) then this episode is a MUST listen. This is a sobering discussion about the darkness of alcoholism. Our guest on Strong By Design, Chris Scott, founded Fit Recovery to help people from around the world transcend alcohol and optimize their health. Chris has been addiction-free since 2014 and is on a mission to help others break free as well. He is the author of Drinking Sucks!, creator of online course & support community Total Alcohol Recovery 2.0, and cohost of the Elevation Recovery Podcast with Matt Finch. Chris has dedicated nearly a decade to studying alcohol recovery, natural supplementation, and fitness. “My brain was deteriorating, my liver was deteriorating, my gut was deteriorating and my sanity was deteriorating. I would wake up every night at 3 in the morning feeling like all was about to break loose. The same feeling of anxiety that you would have, situationally, if a nuclear bomb had just got off or was about to, and only you knew it.” - Chris Scott Time Stamps 0:54 – Welcome to the ‘Strong by Design' podcast 4:12 - Get to know today's special guest, Chris Scott, the founder of 'Fit Recovery' 6:55 - How Chris' social drinking turned into alcohol abuse 12:45 - What are the impacts of alcohol on his health? 14:55 - The ups and downs of alcohol recovery 18:58 - Chris recalls his time at the Detox Center 23:45 - GABA and Alcohol: Understanding the effects of insufficient GABA levels in the body 29:12 - Did his ANXIETY lead him to develop an alcohol syndrome? 38:50 - Chris openly talks about the ups and downs of alcohol recovery 46:38 - The importance of supplements and nutrition in alcohol detox and withdrawal 52:41 - What diseases are associated with alcohol addiction? 55:07 - What supplements are best to help with alcohol withdrawals? 1:02:50 - Discover Chris' impressive transformation as he transcends alcohol 1:05:44 - Are you an ALCOHOLIC? 1:18:33 - Where you can go to connect with Chris Scott Resources: Fit Recovery Connect w/ Chris: Instagram YouTube Connect w/ CriticalBench: Youtube Facebook Instagram CriticalBench.com StrongByDesignPodcast.com
Retired Air Force F-16 Pilot and current host of The Afterburn Podcast, John "Rain" Waters returns to the show for this July 4th extravaganza! Rain was last on with us for Episode 139, and we continue with a great discussion covering many important topics. Be sure to check out The Afterburn Podcast after you're done with our episode on all podcast platforms. You can also follow John on Instagram @rainwaters27 and be sure to check out the E3 Aviation Association that John works for at https://e3aviationassociation.com/ We are having a long overdue guest free episode later this month, send any questions you have for Tanto or Scotto to email@example.com Follow us:http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions products go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/c/BattlelinePodcast
Are you getting the right amount of chlorophyll in your body for the right detoxification, mitochondrial health, and blood-purifying benefits? Paleovalley's Organic Supergreens powder is my favorite for ensuring you're getting the right digestive enzymes to keep you healthy, as it contains none of the potentially gut-irritating ingredients like cereal grasses. Simply take a scoop of Paleovalley's Organic Supergreens with water and start reaping the benefits of a healthier body and a clearer state of mind. Visit paleovalley.com/jockers. Are your joints painful? Do you suffer from daily discomfort? As it stands today, chronic pain affects more Americans than DIABETES, HEART DISEASE, and CANCER combined. In fact, chronic pain is THE NUMBER ONE reason Americans access the Healthcare system today. However, many people believe their only option for pain relief is found in drugstore options such as Ibuprofen, Advil, and Tylenol (to name a few). Tragically, most people are unaware that these pain meds do more HARM than good. Common side effects include Headaches, Liver and Kidney issues, High Blood Pressure, and in rare cases – even death. Not to mention, they are just masking your pain... Giving you temporary relief... While this may sound all doom and gloom, I do have good news... There is an all-natural solution that addresses the root cause of your discomfort... A REAL solution that allows you to get back to being YOU! And that solution is called Curcumin Gold made by my friends at Purality Health. Curcumin Gold contains Turmeric Curcumin Extract, Vegan Omega-3s, & Ginger Oil. These carefully selected ingredients support healthy joint function and address the root cause of inflammation within your body. Trust me when I say you won't find anything else on the market quite like this. In fact, my friends over at Purality Health have a patented formula that utilizes something called ‘MICELLE LIPOSOMAL' technology which delivers the nutrients into your bloodstream – proven to be 800% more efficient! Even better, it's backed by a 180-day money-back guarantee. And today, we have a 30% OFF coupon for you! Visit puralityhealth.com and use the coupon "DRJ" to access 30% OFF today! What happens inside your body during a 24-hour fast? Our favorite functional nutritionist Dr. Jockers is well-equipped to answer this question as he typically fasts for an entire day once a week. Your body undergoes a great deal of healing and repair when you do fast, but it's not something you just dive right into. Metabolic flexibility is a great pursuit. When you stop eating and allow your body's innate intelligence to go to work without being interfered with by trying to process food, you can begin to see results. Learn how to divert your body's energy away from digesting food and towards healing in this highly informative episode of Functional Nutrition. This episode is also one of Dr. Jockers' all-time most popular YouTube videos too, proving just how valuable this information is. Please share the show and impact more lives together. "Another great benefit of ketones is it helps stabilize the glutamate to GABA ratio in our brains." ~ Dr. Jockers Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio In This Episode: What does a 24-hour fast mean, exactly? What happens after the first six hours of a fast? What is visceral fat? What are ketones? How GABA are the 'brakes to our brain' How fasting can improve symptoms of depression What is oxidative stress – and how can we reduce it? What is a microbiome reset? Understanding Akkermansia Muciniphila What does the process of mitophagy look like? What does mitochondrial biogenesis entail? What Dr. Jockers does to break his 24-hour fast Appreciating that fasting is an ancient form of medicine Resources: Paleovalley Organic Supergreens Curcumin Gold - Visit puralityhealth.com and use coupon "DRJ" to access 30% OFF today! Connect with Dr. Jockers: Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers Website – https://drjockers.com/ If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/
There are a variety of approaches to fasting, whether it be for weight loss, mental clarity, or for decreased inflammation. But like many other dieting strategies, these frameworks often leave little room for bio-individuality. Finding a health and nutrition approach that works for you requires considering your personality, preferences, routines, and personal health needs. Our guest, Dr. Mindy Pelz, is a fasting and hormone expert who is passionate about helping empower folks to take control of their health. Specifically, she is on a mission to educate women about their bodies and how to sync fasting with their hormones for optimal results. Today, she's on The Model Health Show to share how fasting can aid in fat loss and enhanced brain function, and the specifics behind fasting for women. You're going to learn about how the human metabolism works, and why fasting is a powerful tool for optimizing your body's natural functions. We're going to discuss how external factors like stress can block weight loss, how fasting impacts hormones, and how your metabolic health affects every aspect of your life. If you've ever considered incorporating fasting into your routine, these tips are going to help you take it to the next level. So listen in and enjoy this interview with Dr. Mindy Pelz! In this episode you'll discover: Why the human metabolism works like a hybrid car. What ketones are and what they do in the body. How fasting can supercharge your brain. The history of fasting in religious and spiritual contexts. Why fasting is a dopamine reset. The importance of being metabolically healthy. A biomarker you can use to measure your metabolic health on a yearly basis. Why calorie restriction diets don't work long-term. How fasting promotes cellular healing. Why chronic cortisol surges can make you overweight. The relationship between ketones and GABA. What you need to know about obesogens. How fasting impacts female hormones. The relationship between progesterone and glucose. How women can fast in accordance with their cycle. Items mentioned in this episode include: PiqueLife.com/model -- Get 15% off any subscription + free shipping! Ettitude.com/model -- Use the coupon code model15 for 15% off organic bedding! Fast Like a Girl by Dr. Mindy Pelz The Obesity Code by Dr. Jason Fung Connect with Dr. Mindy Pelz Website / Podcast / YouTube / 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
Brett Crozier is best known as the Navy Captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt with a distinguished 30-year-long military career who had to leave the Navy after penning a letter critical of leadership during the pandemic of 2020. He has since written a book titled "Surf When You Can: Lessons in Life, Loyalty, and Leadership from a Maverick Navy Captain." It is available now through Atria wherever books are sold. On this episode we discuss military aviation, leadership lessons, surfing, and of course Top Gun. You can learn more about the book and all of his social media channels to follow at http://surfwhenyoucan.com We are having a long overdue guest free episode next month, send any questions you have for Tanto or Scotto to firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us:http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions products go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/c/BattlelinePodcast
J.T. Patten joins us for his third appearance on the show as we commemorate the anniversary of D-Day. Patten has worked as an intelligence contractor with the U.S. government and military special operations. He is the author of several books, notably the Sean Havens Black Ops Safe Havens series. He has since branched out from the military thriller genre and has a new horror book available for pre-order titled "Brothers of Blood." His website is http://www.JTPattenBooks.com and you can follow him on all social media @JTPattenBooks. You can pre-order the new book on Kindle over at https://www.amazon.com/BROTHERS-BLOOD-Orleans-Vampyre-Haunts-ebook/dp/B0C2QQCKB7/ Follow us:http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Check out The Battleline Podcast Vault for limited edition gear from the show: http://battlelinepodcast.etsy.com/ Ned's Mellö Magnesium is an instant hit! Nourish your entire body with their proprietary superblend with 3 forms of chelated magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, and over 70 trace minerals. It propels memory, mood, brain function, stress response, nerve and muscle health, and SLEEP. And about 75% of Americans are deficient in it!! Go to http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions products go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/c/BattlelinePodcast
Visit: https://nursing.com/140meds to request your free copy of "140 Must Know Meds" Generic Name Divalproex Trade Name Depakote Indication Seizures, manic episodes, prevention of headache Action Increases the level of GABA (inhibitory neurotransmitter) in CNS Therapeutic Class Anticonvulsant, vascular headache suppressants Pharmacologic Class None Nursing Considerations • May cause suicidal thoughts, agitation, dizziness, insomnia, hepatotoxicity, pancreatitis • Increases risk for bleeding with Warfarin • Use caution with MAOIs • Monitor liver function tests
Yahvé se aparece a Salomón como cuando se le manifestó en Gabaón y le dice que ha escuchado sus palabras y qué ha decidido consagrar el templo que pensó David y que realizó Salomón. Salomón da a Jirán veinte ciudades en la tierra de Galiliea por sus recursos proporcionados para el templo. Jirán ve con seagrado esas tierras. Salomón no redujo a su pueblo a trabajos forzados porque eran sus hombres. Salomón ofrecía holocaustos y sacrificios en el templo de Yahvé... Hoy leemos 1 Reyes 9; Eclesiastés 6-7; Salmo 7.A partir de enero del 2023, Fray Sergio Serrano, OP leerá toda la Biblia en 365 episodios. Además compartirá reflexiones y comentarios para ir conociendo más la Palabra de Dios al caminar por la Historia de la Salvación.Aquí puedes obtener más información y el plan de lectura.Un poco más de The Great Adventure Bible, la Biblia que seguirá el podcast de La Biblia en un Año:Codificación de colores para fácil referencia: Usa el famoso Sistema de Aprendizaje de la Cronología de la Biblia de The Great Adventure (“The Bible Timeline” ®️) creado por Jeff Cavins, experto en Sagradas Escrituras, y que es utilizado por cientos de miles de católicos para aprender a leer la Biblia.Artículos que te ayudan a comprender el panorama completo de la Historia de la Salvación.Recuadros con eventos clave que ayudan a identificar los puntos importantes en la Biblia.Cuadros detallados que ofrecen la visión panorámica de los personajes y eventos clave, las alianzas importantes, mapas y el contexto histórico.Mapas a todo color que ayudan a visualizar los lugares donde sucedieron las historias bíblicas.
Salomón se desposa con la hija del faraón, rey de Egipto. Salomón acude a Gabaón para ofrecer sacrificios a Yahvé. Durante la noche, en Gabaón, Yahvé habló a Salomón en sus sueños. En su sueño, Salomón pide sabiduría para dirigir al pueblo de Israel. Yahvé ve la petición de Salomón como un acto de humildad y lo llena de sabiduría y justicia, así como de riquezas y, mientras se mantenga firme en sus mandamientos, una vida próspera y larga. Dos mujeres acuden a Salomón para que descubra a la mentirosa y haga justicia a la verdadera madre del bebé que se disputían. Salomón, con el corazón lleno de sabiduría y justicia, descubre la verdad y hace justicia a la verdadera madre... Hoy leemos 1 Reyes 3; 2 Crónicas 4-5; Salmo 64.A partir de enero del 2023, Fray Sergio Serrano, OP leerá toda la Biblia en 365 episodios. Además compartirá reflexiones y comentarios para ir conociendo más la Palabra de Dios al caminar por la Historia de la Salvación.Aquí puedes obtener más información y el plan de lectura.Un poco más de The Great Adventure Bible, la Biblia que seguirá el podcast de La Biblia en un Año:Codificación de colores para fácil referencia: Usa el famoso Sistema de Aprendizaje de la Cronología de la Biblia de The Great Adventure (“The Bible Timeline” ®️) creado por Jeff Cavins, experto en Sagradas Escrituras, y que es utilizado por cientos de miles de católicos para aprender a leer la Biblia.Artículos que te ayudan a comprender el panorama completo de la Historia de la Salvación.Recuadros con eventos clave que ayudan a identificar los puntos importantes en la Biblia.Cuadros detallados que ofrecen la visión panorámica de los personajes y eventos clave, las alianzas importantes, mapas y el contexto histórico.Mapas a todo color que ayudan a visualizar los lugares donde sucedieron las historias bíblicas.