FLASHING BACK... to Balderheim! Post-Zola and Erza's escape from Avaricci, we pick up with our two dragon lords, Anacra and Frigiditch (plus Frigiditch's most unhinged servant, Bikamint)! Who will come out as the scaly victor, and who will take possession of the Evoker Stone? The sequel to this episode will be coming out on our Patreon this week! Follow us there for even amore Loose Thread episodes. :) Sound Effects: “Book Sound Effects" - Allsounds/Audionauti“Blizzard” - Michaël Ghelfi“Battle with Monsters and Magic” - Michaël Ghelfi“Crowd-in-panic” - ienba“Ice-frost-spell-skill” - I eminyildirim“Fireball-whoosh” - robinhood76“Explosion 01” - tommccann“Fire-in-fireplace-close-up-reverberant2” - silencyo__silencyo“Cracking-earthquake-cracking-soil-cracking-stone” - uagadugu“Lightningcrash” - noisenoir“Whip-crack” - scifisounds“Sword-clash-and-slide” - Fun with Sound“Bamf” - themfish “Champagne glasses” - idabrandao“Gut-a-blastix” - rolandseer“Crowd-cheering-soft-cheering-and-chatter” - gregorquendel All sounds from Freesound.org (http://Freesound.org) unless listed under Allsounds/Audionauti, Fun with Sound, Michaël Ghelfi, or Sword Coast Soundscapes. Additional sound effects by Noah Perito and Lisa Condemi.
Today, we're going to talk about vitamin D deficiency and some things you've probably never heard about vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency can cause: • A compromised immune system • Inflammation • Sleep issues • Digestive problems Causes of vitamin D deficiency: • Gut inflammation • Missing gallbladder • Thicker skin • Darker skin • Obesity • Diabetes • Insulin resistance • Location (living further from the equator) • Problems with certain genes • Infection • Fatty liver • Smoking • Sugar • Stress • Statins • Low-fat diets • Pollution • Omega-6 fatty acids It's almost impossible to get vitamin D from your diet, so you need to take certain measures to avoid becoming vitamin D deficient. Important things you may have never learned about vitamin D: 1. Most side effects that occur after taking vitamin D could be caused by a magnesium deficiency. 2. Infrequent large doses of vitamin D may be better than small daily doses. 3. Farm-raised fish have four times less vitamin D than wild-caught fish, and grain-fed animals have less vitamin D than grass-fed animals. Chickens and pigs that roam outside have more vitamin D than those confined indoors. 4. Vitamin D3 is the third biggest factor that improves overall health. 5. Vitamin D2 is very different from vitamin D3 and may inhibit the absorption of vitamin D3 and worsen MS. It's also not effective to help with lupus or to decrease mortality, whereas vitamin D3 may be effective in these situations. 6. Ten minutes of skin exposure to the sun only provides about 400 IU of vitamin D. 7. Most vitamin D3 supplements in Europe (and possibly around the world) contain corn syrup. DATA: https://vitamindwiki.com/VitaminDWiki... https://vitamindwiki.com/Overview+Vit... Online Keto Coaching: Personalized consultation with Dr. Berg, send an email to email@example.com for booking.
It's time for a gut check. I'm thrilled to welcome back friends of the podcast, Just Thrive's Tina Anderson and Kiran Krishna. Tina founded Just Thrive along with her husband Billy, and Kiran is a renowned research microbiologist who brings his valuable expertise to the brand. Gut health issues have long been my Achilles heel. I've been taking Just Thrive's probiotics for years, and they have been a huge player in helping me restore healthy gut microbiome. (Visit lukestorey.com/justthrive and use code LUKE for 20% off 90-day supply of Probiotic or Just Calm.) In today's episode, we talk about how the gut is connected to almost every function in our body. Top of mind is the gut-brain connection, and we dive into why it's so essential. We also demystify the microbiome, debunk long-standing myths, and answer questions like… Is there such a thing as good and bad bacteria? Do I need to switch my probiotic every two months? And do I really need to refrigerate my probiotics? Listen for some surprising answers! Plus, we explore prebiotics, postbiotics, fiber, and butyrate. We talk about psychobiotics and the connection between the gut and anxiety. I also share my favorite Just Thrive products for gut health, immunity, cognition, and stress. Remember to visit lukestorey.com/justthrive and use code LUKE for 20% off a 90-day supply of Just Thrive's Probiotic or Just Calm. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services. THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: QUANTUM UPGRADE | Get a 15 day free trial with code 'LUKE15' at quantumupgrade.io. AND… SILVER BIOTICS | Get 30% off when you go to silverbiotics.com and use code LUKE at checkout. AND… ALITURA NATURALS | And as a special gift for my listeners, use code “LIFESTYLIST” for 20% off and FREE SHIPPING in the US on your order at alituranaturals.com. AND… MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH | You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at magbreakthrough.com/luke. (01:22) — The Power of the Gut-Brain Connection (27:03) — Busting Probiotics Myths (53:40) — Prebiotics, Postbiotics & Fiber (01:10:36) — What You Need To Know About Butyrate (01:18:36) — Supporting Your Immune System (01:32:14) —Stressing The Importance of the Gut-Stress Connection (01:57:58) — Probiotics For Pets Resources: • Shop: Visit lukestorey.com/justthrive and use code LUKE for 20% off 90-day supply of Probiotic or Just Calm • Instagram: @justthrivehealth • Facebook: Just Thrive • X: @JustThriveHlth • Join health and sovereignty leaders in a unique gathering on a regenerative farm under a “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse october 12-15 in Bandera, Texas (Use code STOREY10 for 10% off tickets at confluence2023.com) • Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com • Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram The Life Stylist is produced by Crate Media.
This podcast features Dr. Steven Cabral, a renowned figure in the health space. He discusses his personal health journey and how it has shaped his mission to help others understand their own bodies. Dr. Cabral shares his experience with an idiopathic illness and how he turned to natural medicine to find answers. He explains the importance of comprehensive testing and recommends the "big five" tests that can provide valuable insights into an individual's health. Overall, Dr. Cabral's story highlights the possibility of healing with the right information and guidance. Topics Discussed in this Episode: 01:49 Idiopathic illness and natural medicine.05:09 Gut health and hormone balance.07:30 Fixing Thyroid Imbalances.10:23 Simplistic approach to healing.13:12 Building resilience in the body.18:12 Rebuilding through minerals and vitamins.19:17 Fasting and its effects.24:29 Balancing calcium and magnesium.26:34 Balancing calcium with magnesium.30:07 Sodium potassium imbalance.34:09 Salt and stress levels.35:10 The benefits of salt.38:34 Mineral ratios and supplementation.43:26 Importance of looking at the body holistically.45:10 The importance of minerals.49:39 Toxic heavy metals and health.51:09 Detoxification and toxic metal removal.56:36 Biofilm disruptors and detox.59:30 What does it mean to be well?01:00:31 Mind and movement in life.01:03:57 Accessing the HTMA test.Free Metals and Minerals Test from Dr. CabralCheck out Dr. Stephen Cabrals website: Stephencabral.comFor a limited time, join Levels and receive an additional 2 FREE months on your annual membership! Unlock your offer at:LEVELS.LINK/ANCIENTHEALTH Order, track, and get results from 30+ lab companies with Rupa Health—FREE for practitioners! Sign up or schedule a demo at RUPAHEALTH.COMFollow @healthinstitute, @organic_blondie, and @doctormotley on Instagram! Join The Health Institute Newsletter!
RICHARD A. MORAN is a Silicon Valley-based business leader, workplace pundit, bestselling author, venture capitalist, former CEO and college president. He is best known for his series of humorous business books beginning with the bestselling, Never Confuse a Memo with Reality, and is credited with starting the genre of “Business Bullet Books.” His body of work includes 10 books about using commonsense in business. He is the host of the CBS syndicated radio program, “In the Workplace.” Rich has appeared on CNN, NPR, and most major media outlets. What problem do you solve? Richard will help business owners solve the problem of decision making and simplify it. Show Notes: Richard's message is to stop saying the word “Whatever” because you come across as a slacker. You also are not making a decision and every decision matters even the small ones. When you are faced with a decision – make it. Research shows that the decision you would make in the first few minutes is usually also the decision you would make 2 weeks later so go ahead and make the decision instead of delaying. Gut decisions are okay as long as you a very familiar with a topic. You can also use pros and cons or an algorithm such as if this then that. Do not let your emotions be a part of your decision-making. Be self-aware of your feelings. You need to clarify your intentions. If you have the clarification it makes your decisions easier. Sometimes, it can be very efficient to make the same decision. Richard's book is Never Say Whatever: How Small Decisions Make a Big Difference Richard Moran's Best Small Business Tip: Pay attention to the small decisions. Sometimes it's the small decisions that really end up mattering. Connect with Richard Moran: Website: richardmoran.com LinkedIn Clarity Navigator Discovery Session – Sign Up HERE Learn more about Gary's Mastermind group at goascend.biz/the-mastermind-solution
Welcome back to the Happily Hormonal Podcast. In this episode, I have a friend and past client with me, Maggie Dean.I wanted to have Maggie on because a lot of the conversations that Maggie and I had were about things that we don't often think about when it comes to hormones and things we don't think are related to our physical health because they are more emotional and relational.One of my overall goals for myself and for my clients is to be able to increase your capacity and the way that you show up in the world. And that's what we talked about today.In this episode:[02:44] Introduction to Maggie and what brought her to Leisha[09:01] Taking a holistic view of health[12:00] What stood out the most for Maggie working with Leisha[15:25] The changes Maggie has experienced since working with Leisha[22:47] How Maggie's approach to celebrations has changed[26:14] Taking ownership over your health and bodyResourcesFall 12-week Group Coaching Application + info here- Nourish Your Hormones Course: use the code HHPODCAST for $50 OFF Nourish Your Hormones!- 3 secrets to balance your hormones workshop- Free hormone balance guideConnect with LeishaInstagram: @leishadrewsWebsite: www.leishadrews.comApply to work 1:1 with Leisha HEREUse the code HHPODCAST for $50 off Nourish Your Hormones ...Disclaimer: Information shared on this podcast and any referenced websites are not to be taken as medical advice or to be used as a diagnosis or treatment plan for any medical condition. I'm sharing my educated opinions & experience but nothing shared here can be taken on a one size fits all basis and we always recommend you do your own research, talk to your own doctors and practitioners, and take full responsibility for any health & medical choices you make.
Ahead of her debut memoir hitting shelves in October, J.R. Jamison sits down with Brittany Means to discuss the power of the human spirit—and the written word—to combat the most harrowing of childhood memories. Hailed by Jeannette Walls (author of The Glass Castle) as “Gut-wrenching but at the same time triumphant,” Hell If We Don't Change Our Ways untangles the web of Means's most painful memories, while crafting a tale of self-preservation, resilience, and hope. Synopsis – Brittany Means's childhood was a blur of highways and traumas that collapsed any effort to track time. Riding shotgun as her mother struggled to escape abusive relationships, Brittany didn't care where they were going—a roadside Midwestern motel, a shelter, or to The Barn in Indiana (the cluttered mansion her Pentecostal grandparents called home) as long as they were together. But every so often, her mom would surprise her—and leave. As Brittany grew older and questioned her own complicated relationships and the poverty, abuse, and instability that enveloped her, she began to recognize that hell wasn't only the place she read about in the Bible; it was the cycle of violence that her family was stuck repeating. Through footholds such as horror movies, neuropsychology, and strong bonds, Brittany makes sense of this cycle and finds a way to leave it. Photo Credits – Brittany Means (photo by Jeff Owens and provided by the author) The Facing Project Radio Show is made possible in part by Behavior Associates.
Coaching menopause fitness clients? They aren't going to respond the way men or younger women do. In this 3rd episode in the series I actually pull back a bit to look at the big picture, so you can see both perimenopause and postmenopausal need for modifications. What you do in Perimenopause vs postmenopausal may be quite different During the menopause transition (2-5 years) women are at risk for accelerated loss of muscle and bone If a woman you work with went through the pandemic not lifting and was in this transition, the time to mitigate is now Despite her plea or goal to lose weight, get a body composition test and measure muscle in weight – regularly. Women will still default to weight… losing it being a success, not losing it is a failure. There's no neutral for many. This takes talking and talking and talking. They're on their way to a smoother ride but not there yet when they hit that 12-month period-free moment. Many women have breakthrough bleeding Whether they choose or opt not for HRT, the recommendations for exercise & exercise nutrition are the same for women in menopause, that is, not for mice, men or young women HRT is not the same across the board. Awareness of this and what to ask about HRT, bHRT will increase your personal knowledge of why your client may or may not be having success and support her (and increase your value) Estrogen (as well as progesterone and testosterone) drop with menopause, however a woman can be Estrogen Dominant due to multiple factors and you need to recognize them and adopt a fitness program that supports this. It's not going to be HIIT and high intensity weight training EVEN if she is gaining weight and needing energy. Sleep deprivation will interfere with any attempts toward exercise and or diet results. Gut health will interfere with muscle, bone, and brain benefits of exercise. Working knowledge of how to help and intake questions reflective of gut health are key to supporting individuals in menopause. Coaching Menopause Fitness Clients Is Rapidly Becoming a Niche There is a huge demand and a need to be approachable. Since 2018 we've educated hundreds of primarily female coaches and trainers with the Flipping50 Menopause Fitness Specialist. There's a huge need for those who understand the science. Many have even their own frustrations – we're not immune – so if this is you, you're not alone! Don't be afraid to be transparent. Talk about issues you've had. Mistakes you've made. We're looking for more trainers and health coaches to join our directory as more and more customers are seeking in real person menopause specialists. If you coach weight loss, athletes, overall health, and you want to be included in this group, I'll share how to get started during Menopause Month in October and gain some huge perks as a results. You don't have to have a perfect body to be a good menopause coach. You do want to have adequate experience coaching others in the niche you're in or have solved a major problem for at least yourself. A proven track record or credentials make a difference. A title is not a qualification and too many coaches and trainers are finding out, as savvy clients become more educated themselves. Resources: Your Business Scorecard: For Fitness & Health Coaches: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/business-scorecard/ Copywriting for Marketing to Women Course: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/copywriting-course/ Menopause Fitness Specialist™ Program: https://www.flippingfifty.com/menopause-fitness-specialist-program-2022/ Send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to learn more about the founding member's rate for the Health & Well Pros mastermind. Other Episodes You Might Like: 5 Things to Know About Perimenopause Fitness Clients: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/perimenopause-fitness-clients/ 6 Things to Know About PostMenopause Fitness Clients: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/postmenopause-fitness-clients/
Today, I want to share a few interesting natural alternatives for styes. A stye is a little pimple or pustule on the eyelid, usually involving a sebaceous gland. The sebaceous glands are oil glands. If one of these glands becomes clogged, it can lead to a staph infection and inflammation. It typically causes a lot of redness and irritation. In many cases, within seven days, the stye will go away. But, some people deal with recurring styes. People with diabetes have a much higher incidence of styes and staph infections. Sometimes retinoids, a type of vitamin A, are used as a treatment for styes. There is an interesting relationship between vitamin A and styes. One thing that can occur with a vitamin A deficiency is hyperkeratosis. Hyperkeratosis causes a roughened extra layer of skin tissue in the ducts of the sebaceous glands. This means that a vitamin A deficiency can cause the sebaceous glands to be clogged, leading to inflammation. A certain study on humans showed a significant vitamin A deficiency in those who had styes vs. those who did not. Vitamin A is also important for the immune system. A deficiency in vitamin A can increase the risk of infection. Diabetes and insulin resistance can also impair the immune system. Vitamin D is one of the most powerful anti-inflammatories, and vitamin D deficiency is associated with many different eye problems. Vitamin D deficiency may increase the risk of both infections and styes. Zinc is important for building up the immune system and reducing the recurrence of styes. Top causes of vitamin A deficiency: • A lack of the active form of vitamin A in the diet (retinol) • Gut inflammation • Liver issues • Gallbladder issues • Lack of bile • Zinc deficiency • Alcohol • Antibiotics Foods rich in vitamin A include: • Beef liver • Egg yolks • Fish • Cod liver oil The best natural ways to help get rid of a stye and keep it from coming back: 1. Get on the Healthy Keto® diet 2. Take vitamin A and vitamin D (cod liver oil) 3. Take zinc (200 mg for one week, then back to normal amounts) 4. Rub a clove of garlic on the stye a few times a day without getting the garlic in your eye 5. Make green tea, then place the cooled green tea bag on your eyelid over the stye
LIONS dominate Packers to take control of the NFC North There's a new sheriff in town. After another big win over the Packers at Lambeau Field, the 3-1 Lions are positioning themselves to secure their first NFC North crown. Building off a 24-point first-half lead helped the Lions extend their division win streak to six -- and four straight over Green Bay. Detroit has tied the franchise's longest win streak in the division in the Super Bowl era (1983, 1995) with coach Dan Campbell turning the tide. Describe the game in two words: Gut check. Both the offense and defense held up their end of the bargain during a dominant first half, but Detroit's offense was shut out in the third quarter, as the Packers got within 10 to start the fourth, before ultimately sealing the deal with a strong finish in a hostile setting. Running back David Montgomery has a least one rushing touchdown in his first three games as a Lion. Despite missing Week 3 with a thigh injury, the former Bears running back picked up where he left off with two of his three rushing touchdowns before halftime. He has seamlessly filled the role of former Lions running back Jamaal Williams, now in New Orleans, who was able to break Hall of Famer Barry Sanders' team mark for the most rushing touchdowns in a single season with 17 in 2022. Entering the game, Montgomery had two rushing TDs in seven career games against the Packers. QB breakdown: What started off with an ugly drive -- Goff was intercepted by Packers safety Rudy Ford in the first two minutes -- quickly turned around with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Amon-Ra St. Brown on the next drive. Goff picked Green Bay apart at times, finishing with 210 passing yards, 1 TD and 1 INT while completing 19 of 28 attempts. Goff is now 5-1 against the Packers in his career. Next game: vs. Carolina Panthers (1 p.m. ET, Sunday, Oct. 8) via @espn Social: Twitch-http://twitch.tv/GmiasWorld Facebook-http://www.facebook.com/GmiasWorld Twitter-https://www.twitter.com/GmiasWorld Donate:https://streamlabs.com/gmiasworld Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/GmiasWorld GmiasWorld Merch: https://gmiasworld.myspreadshop.com Background Music (Exclusive) by @ZaneAlexanderNC #nfl #gmiasworld
The fall season is approaching, and this is the time of year when immune challenges sneak in and we need to protect ourselves (and the kiddos!) from the cold and flu season. We are diving into diet and lifestyle tricks that you can be easily implement on a daily basis to keep yourself resilient and healthy.Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #FallImmuneSupport
Dr. Dawn Harris Sherling is a board-certified internal medicine physician who is also board-certified in obesity medicine. She began studying journalism before switching to pre-med studies at the University of Florida where she graduated with honors and as a phi beta kappa. She earned her M.D. with honors from the Yale University School of Medicine and then completed her residency at Harvard's Brigham and Women's Hospital where she went on to serve as an attending physician and Instructor in Medicine at Harvard University. She moved back to her native Florida in 2008, and currently sees patients at a clinic for underserved populations and is an associate program director for the internal medicine residency at the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. She is most recently the author of Eat Everything: How to Ditch Additives and Emulsifiers, Heal Your Body, and Reclaim the Joy of Food. Inspired to write this book after an additive-free trip to Italy seemingly cured her IBS, Dawn did a deep dive into the published literature on our microbiomes and how emulsifiers and other substances may be feeding the wrong bacteria in the wrong places, contributing to alarming rates of diet-related diseases. Links:Visit Dawn's website hereOrder Dawn's latest book, Eat Everything: How to Ditch Additives and Emulsifiers, Heal Your Body, and Reclaim the Joy of FoodConnect with Dawn on Twitter/X, Instagram, and Threads
Did you know that inflammation can be the silent killer that leads to weight gain, accelerates the aging process, and even contributes to weight loss resistance? It's a fascinating subject that I believe every woman in the second season of life, the season of menopause, should be aware of. Don't miss out on the wisdom I shared in this episode where I discuss the top 10 causes of inflammation and provide actionable steps on how to combat it. From eating clean, lean animal proteins to staying away from processed foods, I cover it all! I also touch upon the importance of incorporating whole grains and legumes into your diet, ideally sprouting, and cooking them yourself to reduce toxins. Inflammation is a natural process in the body. The key is to address chronic inflammation, which can be detrimental to our overall well-being. By getting inflammation under control, we can reduce the risk of all-cause mortality associated with it, shed excess weight, and age more effectively. It's truly empowering information that can help you create the most exceptional life on your own terms. It's time to say goodbye to the silent killer and reclaim your vitality! Key Takeaways: [00:00:12] Inflammation and weight loss. [00:04:02] Standard American diet and inflammation. [00:06:02] Inflammation is necessary but can be harmful if chronic. [00:09:37] Traditional lifestyle and longevity. [00:11:16] Sugar as a preservative. [00:15:11] Seed oils and inflammation. [00:15:54] Avoid inflammatory foods and chemicals. [00:18:28] Inflammatory dietary factors. [00:21:21] Inflammation is influenced by lifestyle. [00:23:39] Chronic inflammatory response. [00:27:24] Gut health and weight gain. [00:29:28] Inflammation and aging. Memorable Quotes "So, the inflammatory process is absolutely required for us to be able to survive on the planet, or we wouldn't be able to survive just a simple injury, but it's when that inflammatory process is amplified and especially when it's chronic all the time." – Betty Murray "And until we can get that inflammation under control, it may be one of the major killers of weight loss at the same time, because we have to be able to get rid of the inflammatory response." – Betty Murray Website Living Well Dallas Hormone Reset Betty Murray Socials Facebook Instagram
“Insulin resistance causes PCOS, which leads to irregular periods, excessive hair growth, and sometimes infertility. Treatment should address insulin resistance and hormonal imbalances, like progesterone deficiency and thyroid dysfunction, tailored to each person's unique symptoms.”The world of medicine has long focused on managing diseases and prescribing for symptoms. But what if we could prevent diseases in the first place? That's where hormone health comes in.Our special guest today is Dr. Terri DeNeui, Founder of Evexias Health Solutions. In this episode, we cover everything you need to know about hormones, bioidenticals, and pellets. We also talk about how to navigate hormonal issues while dealing with PCOS, endometriosis, and infertility. Learn why hormones get a bad rap and how Dr. DeNeui is leading the change to dispel this misinformation. If optimizing your health, understanding hormone balance, and achieving well-being are priorities for you, then tune in to Episode 83 of the Gutsy Health Podcast! Make sure to check out Dr. Neui's book, "Hormone Havoc," for even more invaluable insights, and sign up for Jared Price's class on Hormone Balance in the links below.Exceptional Highlights:Hormones like testosterone and estrogen are crucial for both men and women. Testosterone can significantly reduce inflammation and support brain health, particularly for women experiencing symptoms like depression and anxiety.The symptoms of low thyroid and low testosterone can often overlap. It is important to recognize that thyroid health also influences mood, and it's important to consider it in depression management.For young adults in their twenties, addressing diet, nutrition, and gut health is the initial step in managing hormonal issues before considering hormone replacement therapy.Show Highlights: 15:41 - How Dr. Terri DeNeui Started Treating Patients by Hormone Optimization21:46 - The Importance of Understanding Testosterone in Women26:52 - Is Your Body Tired or Brain Tired? What Your Hormones Are Telling You32:37 - Pellet Therapy or Nutrition First? Finding the Right Balance for Early and Effective Intervention41:46 - A Stark Contrast Between Progestin and Progesterone44:18 - Consequences of Estrogen Blockers for Women With Breast Cancer46:36 - Exploring the Critical Role of Diet and Gut Health on the Progression of Diseases56:31 - Can Hormone Treatment Help Combat the Struggles of PCOS?01:03:03 - Is It Possible for Women With Endometriosis to Benefit From Hormone Balance?1:09:53 - Tackling Infertility Risks in Men on Testosterone TherapyImportant Links: Gutsy Health Podcast IG - https://www.instagram.com/gutsyhealthpodcast/Gutsy Health Academy - https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/Don't miss Jared Price's live online class on Hormones and Hormone Replacement on October 10, 2023, 6:30 PM MST! Sign up here - https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/freehormoneclassConnect with Dr. Terri DeNeui:EVEXIAS Health Solutions: https://www.evexias.com/Check out her book Hormone Havoc! Dispelling the Myths & Misconceptions of Hormones in Men and Women - https://evexiasmedical.com/hormone-havoc/
When people hear the word ‘cannabinoid', what usually comes to mind is marijuana (also known as cannabis) or CBD oil (cannabidiol). But did you know, the body creates its own natural cannabinoids using the endocannabinoid system? This endocannabinoid system is a mysterious and complex interplay of chemical messengers throughout the brain and body which in essence contributes to our body's homeostasis. It regulates a broad array of physiological processes including pain, mood, sleep, inflammation, appetite, and more. Rather than relying on marijuana or CBD products, Dr. Joe Feuerstein teaches that there are ways to boost the endocannabinoid system naturally. As a nationally recognized and award-winning physician and researcher in the field of botanical medicine and nutrition, Dr. Joe has co-written a best-selling book on how to do just that. Today Dr. Joe Feuerstein tells us what the endocannabinoid system is and why you should care. He also outlines various herbal and natural ways to boost the endocannabinoid system for optimal health. Today on The Lab Report: 4:15 Meet Dr. Joe Feuerstein and hear about his amazing career 10:50 What are cannabinoids and why should we care? 14:05 Natural drivers to optimize the endocannabinoid system 19:30 The interaction between the HPA axis and the endocannabinoid system 21:00 Anecdotal improvements using the Cannabinoid Cookbook 23:00 Omega-6's, anandamide and 2-AG, ‘cannabinoid resistance,' chocolate 26:00 Gut-brain axis and the endocannabinoid system 27:40 Endocannabinoid deficiency, Cannabinoid Cookbook, Condition Kitchen 30:50 Using GI Effects actionable intelligence for microbiome modulation 39:20 Joe's take on trendy diets 42:45 Where can we go to follow and work with Dr. Joe 44:45 The Fireball Additional Resources: Dr. Joe Feuerstein's website The Cannabinoid Cookbook Dr. Joe's Man Diet Dr. Joe's YouTube channel Subscribe, Rate, & Review The Lab Report Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of The Lab Report, presented by Genova Diagnostics, with your hosts Michael Chapman and Patti Devers. If you enjoyed this episode, please hit the subscribe button and give us a rating or leave a review. Don't forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Email Patti and Michael with your most interesting and pressing questions on functional medicine: email@example.com. And, be sure to share your favorite Lab Report episodes with your friends and colleagues on social media to help others learn more about Genova and all things related to functional medicine and specialty lab testing. To find a qualified healthcare provider to connect you with Genova testing, or to access select products directly yourself, visit Genova Connect. Disclaimer: The content and information shared in The Lab Report is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in The Lab Report represent the opinions and views of Michael Chapman and Patti Devers and their guests.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gut aufgestellt, aber kein Plan von Finanzen: Claudia wollte das ändern, um ihren Kindern ein Vorbild zu sein.
TODAY ON THE ROBERT SCOTT BELL SHOW: Alex Berenson mRNA concerns, Dr. Jason Dean, BraveTV, Censorship, Media hit piece, Homeopathic Hit - Staphysagria, Gut dysbosis, Silver Aloe protocol, Ureaplasma questions, Aspartame warning, Jared St. Clair, Vitality Nutrition, Fact vs Fiction, Dissenting voices, Hypothyroidism and MORE! http://www.robertscottbell.com/natural-remedies/alex-berenson-mrna-concerns-dr-jason-dean-bravetv-censorship-media-hit-piece-homeopathic-hit-staphysagria-gut-dysbosis-silver-aloe-protocol-ureaplasma-questions-aspartame-warning-jared-st/
Vielleicht liegt es daran, dass der FC Basel aus der gleichen Stadt kommt wie Granit Xhaka. Jedenfalls gelingt dem FCB in der Super League das, was Xhaka bei der Nationalmannschaft schafft: dauernd Gesprächsstoff zu liefern.Oft tut er das aus den falschen Gründen, wie an diesem Sonntag wieder, als er in Yverdon einen katastrophalen Auftritt hinlegt und 2:3 verliert. Das Beste ist noch die Analyse von Mohamed Dräger, die schonungslos ausfällt. «Wenn er so spielen würde, wie er redet, wäre er bei YB oder Manchester City», sagt Oliver Gut.Dominic Wuillemin ist entsetzt ob der Verfassung der Basler und stellt fest, dass sie nicht weiter sind als vor einem Jahr. Gut befürchtet angesichts der anstehenden Spiele gegen Luzern («eine Mannschaft in Form»), Stade Lausanne-Ouchy («Das wird ein Nervenspiel») und YB («In Bern verliert der FCB sowieso») einen Ausbau der Negativserie. Und wir fragen uns darum: Wie würde es dann um die Position von Trainer Timo Schultz stehen? Wuillemin sagt: «David Degen ist mit seinen Trainern ja schon immer falsch gelegen.»Die Young Boys dagegen, Wuillemins Hausclub, haben ein entspanntes Wochenende hinter sich. Beim 4:1 gegen Lugano spielen sie zumindest in der ersten Halbzeit so gut wie nie in dieser Meisterschaft. Und Wuillemin freut sich, dass Fabian Lustenberger endlich sein erstes Tor in der Super League erzielt hat. «Das passt zum idealen Nachmittag für YB.»Wir reden über Luzerns Rolle, den Aufschwung von Yverdon, die schlechte Serie von Servette, das Talent von Winterthurs neuer Nummer 1 Marvin Keller. Zudem werfen wir einen Blick auf die Grasshoppers, die noch immer auf der Suche nach einer Identität sind. «Sie sind ein hoffnungsloser Fall», sagt Marcel Rohner.Wir freuen uns über Kritik, Streicheleinheiten oder Fragen, die wir in den kommenden Folgen gern beantworten. Die «Dritte Halbzeit» erscheint im Wochenrhythmus. Schreiben Sie uns hier in die Kommentare, via Instagram an dritte.halbzeit.podcast, melden Sie sich auf Twitter bei @razinger oder via E-Mail bei firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome back to Constantine Kanargeledis. Join us to talk about:Running on adrenalineDifference between energy & adrenalineThyroid energyDhea & CortisolLow grade infectionChronic fatigueCarbohydratesTo subscribe to Constantine's substack click HEREALSO mentioned in the podcast us.onasnatural.com USE COUPON CODE DEAN for 15% offAnd check out HHG's new website and sign up for the Gut & Hormone Rehab Program HERESupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/stuff-your-doctor-should-know. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This incredibly successful movie, television, and music producer, CEO Of Edmonds Entertainment Group, joins Ken and Eric to discuss the transformations for better health that she is now sharing with her newly launched Alrightnow.com site and podcast.Tracey Edmonds has worked diligently throughout her career to develop entertainment that connects with the audience. Overtime she has observed the challenges that we all face with finding and securing healthy foods, beneficial exercise regimens, and a balance mindset. Tracey brought us several movies including the 90s hit Soul Food to kick off her movie production career.She launched AlrightNow to take what she's learned throughout her life and continue to cultivate to the next level, with tips, tools, and teachable moments to benefit our emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. Life is a balancing act, and she doesn't strive for perfection, but never settles for anything less than she knows she can accomplish.Check out Tracey on the GCP today!Website https://www.alrightnow.com/Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/alrighttvFacebook https://www.facebook.com/people/AlrightNow/100064793856491/IG @traceyeedmondsX @Traceyeedmonds
Did you know glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body? We are discussing how it should be taken, who should take this supplement, and how we think about glutamine from a scientific standpoint.Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #Glutamine
Hi, my friends, I hope you are having a most awesome day! I invited back one of our most favorite guests, Abby Langer, a Toronto-based registered dietitian and the author of the best-selling book, Good Food, Bad Diet. If you haven't met Abby yet, here's a quick rundown; - She is the author of the bestselling book, Good Food, Bad Diet. - She is a total gangsta when it comes to myth-busting. Like straight up in her blogs, on her social media, in the national news organization, and on our podcast. She has no problem calling out the charlatans and dares us to look at the truth. #truthteller - She's funny and wicked smart. And she cusses, which makes me laugh. Here are some of the topics we covered in this episode; - Gut health (yep, those supplements are a LIE). - Diet Coke will kill you (again, another LIE). - Can you get enough estrogen from food (nope!). We also talk about the new weight loss drugs (Wegovy and Mounjaro) and how they are changing the world, how changing your diet is so much more than just changing your food, and loads more. If you have any time, I would LOVE for you to listen to Abby. I am so excited to share her knowledge, education, and her sense of humor with you. She is amazeballs! One more thing, please continue to send me your ideas, comments, and suggestions (Abby Langer was one of them!). YOU are why I do what I do. Love you, Lors xoxo PS: If you want to follow Abby on social, her Instagram is @langernutrition, Twitter - @langernutrition, Facebook – Abby Langer Nutrition.
I'm excited to welcome back Louise Valentine, my first interview guest who I didn't already know personally, way back in Episode 26, to catch up on her incredible accomplishments and discuss new and exciting strategies and considerations for female endurance athletes, especially women 35 and beyond. She empowers them by dispelling industry stereotypes and reaching a zero-injury rate. For background, Louise Valentine is a best-selling author, published researcher, and award-winning sports medicine, exercise science, holistic health, and performance expert. She is the 2023 American College of Sports Medicine Practitioner of the Year. Her website, BreakingThroughWellness.com, helps active women 35 and older manage hormone shifts and improve health, body composition, and running with less stress!Louise's courses and coaching are for you if you can't stand hormones affecting your health, fitness, or endurance performance. __________Click here to apply for coaching!__________Today you'll learn all about:[3:19] Earning the ACSM Practitioner of the Year Award[5:10] Contributions to a new sports medicine textbook [6:38] Strategies for active women with excess weight and hormonal changes[8:34] Energy-first approach and aligning running goals with physique goals[10:15] Strategic calorie reduction[11:51] Client results[12:47] Addressing myths in female-specific exercise strategy for women 35+[17:49] Understanding hormonal changes and taking control of health[22:29] Science-based training and injury prevention for 35+ female runners[27:19] Dynamic functional lifting[30:08] Strategic layout for body composition and performance[31:25] Gut health struggles and the importance of nourishment[36:37] The importance of lifting heavy for female endurance athletes[41:05] The question Louise wished Philip had asked[41:50] Where to learn more about Louise[42:50] OutroEpisode resources:Free blog articles, videos, mini-courses & a 4-month 1:1 learning experience at BreakingThroughWellness.comEp 26: Sustainable Fitness, Physiology, Fat Loss, and Running at Any Age with Louise ValentineSupport the show
Scheduling to record with this guest was a bit of a journey of its own, but the end result was totally worth it! Registered Nurse, nutritional therapist, and former fertility patient Katy Bradbury understands the fertility journey as thoroughly as anyone can. But her own difficult experience had a genuine bright side: it led her into her career in fertility-centered nutrition. As nutrition often isn't included in fertility advice or treatment in many places (looking at YOU, USA), this episode can be particularly useful for those who want to optimize their health and physical condition to support a healthy pregnancy. Fertility treatment in the UK is, as Katy says, a bit of a “postcode lottery” meaning that where you live can determine the level of treatment you receive, and there's not a national level of service. Some people may wait a year or longer to start, which can be really tough when age is such a factor. Fortunately, improving nutrition can start (and ideally should start) well in advance of that first round of IVF or before treatment begins. Here are some tips to keep in mind! Those first 1000 days — conception to age 2 — are so important to a child's development and health. It's best to work with all partners to fully understand the issues and be proactive about health and nutrition. Get ready to work on your gut! Gut health is so important and often so ignored. “Bespoke” nutritional guidance is best: bodies, lifestyles, tastes, etc. are all different. A fertility nutritionist can help you learn the foods that work best for you. Ready to learn more? Listen up! More about Katy Bradbury: Katy is founding member of the Fertility Nutrition Centre, a clinical advisor at Fab Fertile, a content provider for women's health platform Xena, and a clinical supervisor for nutritional therapy students at the University of West London. You can find her at Katy Bradbury.com and be sure to check out the robust back catalog of episodes from her podcast Fertility and the First 1000 Days. To hear more from Anne and Ruby, find all their episodes at thewholepineapple.com. Resources: Fertility Nutrition Centre: fertilitynutritioncentre.org Xena: xena.life Katy's website: katybradbury.com Fertility and the First 1000 Days podcast: katybradbury.com/podcast
George ist abgesoffen, also fast halt. Die Küche lief jedenfalls langsam voll. Gut, dass Jochen ein ähnliches Problem hat und super Reperatur-Tipps hat. Etienne hat auch Probleme. Mit Spinnen, Wespen und Getier. Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/podcastohnerichtigennamen
Discover the transformative power of fermentation, which harnesses naturally occurring bacteria in ordinary vegetables to unlock their digestion-boosting, nutrient-rich properties. Learn about the benefits of consuming fermented foods for your gut health and gain some culinary tips for seamlessly integrating these versatile, flavorful foods into your meals with Holly Howe, fermentation educator and author of the cookbook "Mouthwatering Sauerkraut". Lindsey Parsons, your host, helps clients solve gut issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally. Take her quiz to see which stool or functional medicine test will help you find out what's wrong. She's a Certified Health Coach at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Tiktok, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or reach her via email at email@example.com to set up a free 30-minute Gut Healing Breakthrough Session. Show Notes
Today on The Girlfriend Doctor, we delve into the world of functional medicine with the incredible Dr. Filomena Trindade. With over two decades of experience, Dr. Trindade's holistic approach empowers patients to take control of their well-being. Her journey has been defined by a relentless commitment to helping patients unearth the answers to their most pressing health concerns. Dr. Trindade's approach is nothing short of revolutionary, as she champions a holistic, compassionate style of medicine that zeroes in on the root causes of ailments, all while empowering her patients to become the architects of their well-being. Discover the vital link between adrenal health, insulin resistance, and hormonal imbalances in women's health. Explore the benefits and controversies surrounding DHEA supplementation. Dive into Dr. Trindade's transformative healing retreats in the Azores. Learn about the exciting potential of ketamine for trauma therapy. Take charge of your health journey with personalized medicine. Address root causes, embrace holistic healing, and embark on a path to a healthier, happier you. KEY TAKEAWAYS [6:26] Connecting the dots in patient symptoms [8:28] Comprehensive testing and early diagnosis [11:01] Risk of dementia and cardiovascular disease [15:14] Bioidentical hormonal therapy and vaginal estrogen [17:16] DHEA supplementation for women [24:12] Gut health and its connection to the brain. [27:22] Trauma work and limbic system reset for healing [33:09] Recognizing fight, flight, and freeze responses [35:42] Ketamine therapy for trauma treatment [38:30] Finding the right treatment for each patient [39:09] Foundation of functional medicine principles MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE DrTrindade.com Instagram MEMORABLE QUOTES "I find more and more women that are insulin resistant younger and younger and it's the root cause I feel to the PCOS." [12:30] -Dr. Trindade RESOURCES MENTIONED: Mighty Maca Plus To learn more about me, and to stay connected, visit the links below: Website: The Girlfriend Doctor Instagram: The Girlfriend Doctor
Ben and Paul discuss recent plays of Oathsworn, Here I Stand, and Tortuga 1667. Then we go deeper with the 2023 English release of The Rich and the Good (formerly Hab & Gut).00:00:00 - Intro00:04:23 - Oathsworn00:26:56 - Tortuga 166700:35:16 - Age of Innovation update00:45:31 - Magnate: The First City00:56:14 - Lorenzo il Magnifico: The Pazzi Conspiracy01:05:06 - Here I Stand01:17:58 - The Rich and the Good
Gut sprechen kann der Autor und Moderator Florian Felix Weyh. Aber wenn er seine Stimme zum Gesang erhebt, wird es peinlich für ihn und peinigend für andere. Er kann nicht singen. Was tun?Von Florian Felix Weyhwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, FreistilDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Welcome to the You Can Heal Your Life Podcast. Today we are sharing an excerpt from Heal Yourself with Fasting by best-selling author and nutritional and functional health expert Dr. Mindy Pelz. In this excerpt, you'll learn about the powerful healing mechanisms within your body that are triggered by fasting. Dr. Mindy explains how fasting can activate the body's self-repair mechanisms such as ketosis, growth hormone upregulation, gut repair, immune system reboots, and stem cell activation. Now, you can learn even more about the many health benefits of fasting from Dr. Mindy by joining the FREE 3-Day Water Fast beginning September 25th! Visit hayhouse.com/fast to join the challenge today and receive access to all the challenge resources, plus 5 Recipes to Break Your Fast.
The questions for the podcast have come pouring in, and it has been an important confirmation of what we already know: there are many knowledge gaps to fill for women when it comes to their hormone health. Hormones can be very complicated on an individual level, and more often than not, women are not getting the help that they need to navigate this important health concern. The most important thing is to remember that help is available. You don't have to do this alone. Your hormone health is a legitimate and valid priority. For today's episode, we are sharing answers to some of your most important questions so you can find some answers and gain some traction toward embarking on your own hormone health journey. In this episode: ● Why personalized professional help is so important. ● What hormone factors can cause heart palpitations. ● The best way to wean off of hormone medications. ● What basal body temperature can tell you about your thyroid. ● What to do if your hypothyroid symptoms return. ● Why you shouldn't take HRT compounds. ● Which hormones can potentially lead to fluid retention. ● What width your endometrial lining should be. ● Why you should do a Dutch test to figure out your estrogen metabolism. ● What a healthy range of estradiol looks like. ● Why oral progesterone might make you too tired. ● How to take progesterone if you need an alternative method. ● Why testosterone pellets raise women's testosterone levels sky high. ● Why it's crucial for accuracy to test free testosterone levels. ● What symptoms you may have if you have too much progesterone. ● How long to wait for hormone testing after IUD removal. ● Symptoms you may experience with loss of estrogen. 20 Pounds Down No more Pain and Energy is Back! Plus, what to look for and what to avoid in a hormone replacement prescriber The Progesterone Puzzle Unraveled: Understanding the Differences Between Natural, and Synthetic Progesterone and the Surprising Benefits of this Hormone in the Body, Recognizing Symptoms of Progesterone Loss and Excess [00:02:08] Importance of hormone health. [00:06:23] Heart palpitations and thyroid medication. [00:10:52] Ideal thyroid hormone levels. [00:14:14] Finding a hormone therapy doctor. [00:19:19] Treatment options for uterine lining overgrowth. [00:23:30] Hormone treatment for menopause. [00:27:02] Oral vs. transdermal progesterone. [00:31:39] Testosterone treatment complications. [00:36:00] Hormone imbalance and weight gain. [00:42:45] Estrogen dominance and birth control. [00:45:26] Gut health and food sensitivities. [00:49:10] Hormone fluctuations and tongue issues. [00:53:23] Hormone conversion and supplements. [00:58:01] Cutting progesterone dosage in half. [01:02:38] Retracted guidelines for HRT. Interested in joining our NEW Peptide Weight Loss Program? Join today and get the details here. Join our Women's Group Coaching Program OnTrack TODAY! Karen Martel, Certified Hormone Specialist & Transformational Nutrition Coach and weight loss expert. Visit https://karenmartel.com/ Karen's Facebook Karen's Instagram
This is the first of three episodes in a mini-series looking at questions around the theme of change. The ideas I explore have come from our Haven Theme Kota at the start of September. In this episode of The Gentle Rebel Podcast, we explore the signs and signals that tell us something has changed or something is ready to change. You can download our digital cue cards that will help you navigate a season of change. If the idea of a calm and connected 60-minute call with me sounds helpful, we can focus on an area of life you're looking to integrate or instigate change in a Pick The Lock session. Learn more here. How Do You Know When Change is Knocking At The Door? It doesn't always occur to us that something has, needs to, or could change in our lives. Because of our adaptive skills, we might drift in undesirable directions and accept incremental shifts away from the path we would otherwise choose. Or, in the face of shifting circumstances, it might not occur to us that the habits, behaviours, and choices that were appropriate for the past are no longer serving us. What tells you something HAS changed? When you take time to observe and reflect, what signals tell you something has changed? Changes happen internally, externally, culturally and in our interpersonal relationships. Recognising the signs can give us a better understanding of what our feelings, thoughts, and actions are telling us about the needs beneath them. When we notice our default patterns, we more quickly interpret and understand what they say. Because so often, we find ourselves in that limbo season, feeling overwhelmed, confused, and disconnected. Not realising that it's because we've not noticed something HAS changed or needs to change. The meaning has shifted It feels different The connection is lost I'm doing the same thing but getting different results It has become easy (I have grown/developed the skills) It has become hard (I am no longer able to do what I could before) It has become diluted (what used to seem special is everywhere) What indicates to you that it's time for something to change? When you listen to and observe your mind, body, and spirit, how do they indicate it's time for a change? In the episode I expand on the following: I'm procrastinating I experience a pressing feeling in my head, body, and throat I feel something stirring inside me I keep noticing signs that resonate and reinforce my intuition I wake up in the night worrying I am increasingly restless and bored with my current situation I feel annoyed, grumpy, passive-aggressive, and negative I am lethargic and struggling for motivation I am jumping from one thing to the next without being able to settle I write the same thing in my journal every day I keep making the same mistake without learning from it I feel like I'm just going through the motions I feel disconnected from, disinterested in, and afraid of a future where things continue along this current path I am treading water in limbo - waiting for something to happen I sense a small, calm voice within telling me to do something uncomfortable or scary Pause and Listen Try not to act until you know which state the voice of change is speaking through. Gut instinct and intuition can come from different sources. Ask yourself: Am I currently in a defensive (urgency/panic) or connected (creative/flexible) state? Notice how you finish the sentences, "the world is…and I am…" (in a defensive state you will see words that indicate a sense of threat and scarcity e.g. the world is hostile and I am lost or the world is demanding and I am getting left behind). This is helpful idea from Deb Dana's book, Anchored. Find a cue (e.g. a favourite song, memory, or image) that helps you move into connection and safety in relation to your capacity to navigate change within your spirit of possibility, curiosity, and creativity. Now,
We are talking all about H. pylori, a type of bacteria that is often associated with upper gastriointestinal symptoms. We are discussing the best ways to test for it, how it manifests in the body, our functional medicine approach to treating it, and why it is important to know about this bacteria.Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #H.Pylori
SHR # 3020:: The Sleep Talk - Wade Lightheart - The country is sleep deprived. Every health guru agrees, fix your sleep and 90% of your problems fix themselves. Gut problems, high blood pressure, weight gain, difficulty losing weight, blood sugar problems, frank Type 2 diabetes, memory problems, anxiety, cardiovascular health, depression and many more are all effected by, or tied to poor sleep quality. Prescription drugs DON'T PROIDE GOOD SLEEP. They may knock you out for 7 to 9 hours but as you probably know, you don't wake up feeling refreshed. And the single most important sign of good sleep is how you feel when you wake up! - learn more: shrnetwork.biz/bioptimizers - shrnetwork.biz/sleepbreakthrough - CARL RECOMMENDS: superhumanradio.net/carl-recommends - - View and download all shows at https://superhumanradio.net - Visit us on Instagram: @superhumanradio - Support SHR - https://superhumanradio.net/make-a-donation
#292 Dr. Jason Hawrelak is a research scientist, educator, naturopath, and Western herbalist with more than 18 years of clinical experience. Jason practices at Goulds Natural Medicine, a 136-year-old natural medicine apothecary and clinic located in central Hobart. He did his Honours and Ph.D. degrees examining the causes of dysbiosis and the capacity of probiotics, prebiotics, and herbal medicines to modify the gut microbiome and has written extensively in the medical literature on these topics – including 16 textbook chapters. He is on the Medical Nutrition Council of the American Society for Nutrition and was recently awarded a Fellowship from the American College of Nutrition for his significant contributions to the teaching and practice of nutrition in Australia and North America. Jason is also a Fellow of the Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia. He is the Chief Research Officer at ProbioticAdvisor.com, which offers a searchable database that enables easy, evidence-based prescribing of probiotic products and online resources for clinicians, and health-conscious members of the public, to learn more about the human microbiome and how they can positively influence these ecosystems. In this episode we cover The GUT FEELINGS Randomised controlled trial where Jason's team assessed the impact of a probiotic, and a prebiotic-rich diet on mood. Gut microbiota alterations that may be observed in those experiencing depression The link between the microbiota and Autism spectrum disorder The inconsistencies in the data about a specific “ASD dysbiotic pattern The main tools Jason is using to modify these different imbalances We discuss Jason's Naturopathic & Functional Medicine Approaches to Gastrointestinal Disorders Course. Head on over to the show notes where I will provide a link and a special coupon code to receive 20% off until the course begins. Show notes For Australian residents visit the following page and use LYNDA20 to receive 20% off the course Naturopathic & Functional Medicine Approaches to Gastrointestinal Disorders Course For the ‘rest of the world' visit the following page and use LYNDA20 to receive 20% off the course Naturopathic & Functional Medicine Approaches to Gastrointestinal Disorders Course
Gut 20 Prozent der Amerikaner geben an, sie hätten deutsche Wurzeln und Vorfahren. Doch anders als die Irish oder die Italian Americans stehen die German Americans selten im Rampenlicht (und feiern auch ihre deutsche Herkunft in geringem Maße.) Wie entwickelte sich das deutsch-amerikanische Selbstbewusstsein, das nach zwei Weltkriegen stark angeschlagen war und erst in jüngster Zeit wieder Auftrieb bekommen hat? Autor: Florian Kummert
Gut 20 Prozent der Amerikaner geben an, sie hätten deutsche Wurzeln und Vorfahren. Doch anders als die Irish oder die Italian Americans stehen die German Americans selten im Rampenlicht (und feiern auch ihre deutsche Herkunft in geringem Maße.) Wie entwickelte sich das deutsch-amerikanische Selbstbewusstsein, das nach zwei Weltkriegen stark angeschlagen war und erst in jüngster Zeit wieder Auftrieb bekommen hat? Autor: Florian Kummert
In this episode we move beyond the “light that meets the eye” perspective of melatonin and integrate this information with additional information on its influence on gastrointestinal, neuroimmune, and mitochondrial health, transcending the myopic association of melatonin with its effects on the pineal gland, sleep, and circadian rhythms.
Key factors for a healthy gut, a crucial basis for high quality and quantity of life. For questions or feedback, email Julie@JPWOWPrograms.com.