Dr. Dyan Haspel-Johnson, Ph.D.,S.E.P.,is a VIP contributor to Arianna Huffington's wellness site, www.thriveglobal.com. Dr. Dyan maintains licenses from both the California and Colorado Boards of Psychology, is a Consultant for the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Co-Founder of the Los Angeles Erickson Institute, as well as a member of the Society of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, American Psychological Association, Division of Hypnosis. She also holds a certificate as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner®. What is imagery and what are some different kinds of imagery? Why would different types of imagery be useful for sleep and how does this kind of imagery relate to self-hypnosis? Can you walk us through an example of effective sleep imagery? For more on Dr. Dyan Haspel-Johnson you can follow her: Website: www.drdyan.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drdyanhj Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/drdyanhj/ Related Episodes: 158 - 3 Different Ways To Unpack A Dream With Nicoline Douwes Isema 143 - How To Wake Up With A New Idea With Nicoline Douwes Isema 129 - PTSD, Nightmares & Sleep With Dr Leslie Ellis, Clinical Psychologist 113 - Extraordinary Dreams With Laurel Clark 106 - Shamanism & Dreams With Ashera Serfaty 096 - Lucid Dreaming To Redirect Dream Energy For Internal Healing 073 - Creativity & Problem Solving Through Dreams 053 - Using Your Dreams To Transform Yourself With Tyrone -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at OHA Health. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 17 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2023. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.
Dr. Achina Stein is an Amazon international bestselling author of "What If It's NOT Depression? Your Guide to Finding Answers and Solutions.” She is a board-certified psychiatrist and has been in practice for 25 PLUS years. Propelled by her son's mental health crisis in 2010, she found functional medicine which resolved all his mental health problems as well as her own. She is a certified practitioner of the Institute for Functional Medicine. How does inflammation and sleep influence each other? How would you know if you have more serious inflammatory conditions? How do we begin to calm down inflammation? For more on Achina Stein, you can follow her: Website: www.fxnmind.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.achinastein/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AchinaSteinDO Related Episodes: 094 - Neurology And Eastern Medicine For Better Sleep With Dr Trupti Gokani MD 091 - Three Brain Connection & Sleep 085 - Natural Approaches to Improving Sleep Quality With Dr Michael Murray -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at OHA Health. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 17 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2023. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.
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Dr. Mark Hyman & Bryan Johnson explain how to reverse aging by reversing disease, easing pain and living younger longer that will revolutionize how we approach aging."We can now have animals live 1/3 longer and if we apply that to humans we can live until at least 120. The extraordinary ability we have to unlock the keys to disease reversal and aging backward is scientific fact."Special thanks to Tom Bilyeu and Lewis Howes.Watch the full interview with Lewis Howes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxpCUvYlYRw&t=0sSpeakers:Bryan JohnsonDr. Mark HymanMusic:Epidemic SoundSoundstripe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Roudy Nassif is the Co-Founder of VivaRays. He has an engineering background and a solid understanding of the quantum physics of light. He passionately believes that we all can manage the artificial light we are exposed to, and he wants to educate us and provide us with the knowledge and tools to improve our overall health, sleeping patterns, energy and focus. What are the 4th and 5th way light decides circadian rhythm? What is light hunger? How do we bring 9 practical takeaways using the 5 ways light influences circadian rhythm into daily life? For more on Roudy Nassif, you can follow him: Website: https://vivarays.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vivarays/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vivarays/ Related Episodes: 164 - 5 Ways Light Decides Circadian Rhythm With Roudy Nassif - Part 1 147 - Do We Have Dark Deficiency With Dr Catherine Darley 140 - Adjusting Protocols For Shift Work & Unusual Circadian Rhythms With Kate Smith, FNLP 128 - Quantum Biology With Carrie B-Part 2 127 - Quantum Biology With Carrie B-Part 1 097 - Living A Circadian Life With Bastion Groiss 089 - Bone Health, Osteoporosis & Sleep With Susan Brady 075 - Light & Circadian Rhythm Masterclass With Roudy Nassif 059 - Ratricharya-An Ayurvedic Nighttime Routine With Rima Shah 055 - 1st Anniversary! Doctor Of The Future Is The Patient With Sachin Patel 047 - Blue Screen Light Is The Number 1 Sleep Myth Of Our Time 040 - Circadian Rhythm & Endocrine Function with Dr Joshua Rosenthal, M.D -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at OHA Health. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 17 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2023. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Anshul Gupta. He is a medical doctor and the author of the book Reversing Hashimoto's: A Three-Step Process for Losing Weight, Ending Fatigue, and Reducing Brain Fog. We cover the following topics: How do we differentiate thyroiditis from Hashimoto's thyroiditis The iodine controversy Should we be actively trying to suppress antibodies Lab tests needed to evaluate thyroid physiology How to interpret and address low fT3 Broken vs Adaptive Thyroid Physiology And more... Dr. Anshul Gupta is a speaker, author, researcher, and world expert in Hashimoto's disease. He educates people worldwide on reversing Hashimoto's condition. He is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician, with advanced certification in Functional Medicine, Peptide Therapy, and also Fellowship trained in Integrative Medicine. He has worked at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Department of Functional Medicine alongside Dr. Mark Hyman. He has helped thousands of patients to reverse their health issues by using the concepts of functional medicine. His dedication towards his patients was recognized when he was awarded Readers' Choice, Best Doctor in Northern Neck Area. He is now on a mission to help one million people reverse their health conditions. To achieve this mission, he has started a virtual functional medicine practice, a blog, and video series so he can reach people from all over the world. Through his innovative approach to Hashimoto's disease, he has helped several patients to reverse their unresolved symptoms and live their life to the fullest. He loves to spend time with his wife and two kids. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, hiking in the woods, or meditating in a quiet spot.
I am delighted to connect with Dr. Anshul Gupta today! Dr. Gupta is a best-selling author, speaker, researcher, and world expert on Hashimoto's. He educates people worldwide on reversing Hashimoto's disease. He is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician who worked at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic alongside Dr. Mark Hyman. In this episode, Dr. Gupta shares his personal story, and we speak about the root of autoimmunity, how Hashimoto's causes the slow destruction of the thyroid gland, and the impact of chronic stress, food, and an imbalanced gut microbiome. We also talk about toxins and infections, labs to look out for, fasting and thyroid disease, as well as medication options, peptides, and the issues surrounding iodine supplementation. I sincerely hope you enjoy listening to today's conversation with Dr. Gupta as much as I did recording it! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: How Dr. Gupta's personal health journey sparked his passion for thyroid issues. What is autoimmunity, and what is Hashimoto's? How increasing doses of thyroid medication indicates a deterioration of the thyroid gland. Dr. Gupta shares five major root causes of Hashimoto's. Why do foods like gluten and dairy make it much harder for the thyroid gland to function? Why are heavy metals such a big issue? The impact of exposure to mold and mycotoxins. How the Epstein-Barr virus interacts with the thyroid, to make people more susceptible to Hashimoto's. How does exposure to stress impact thyroid function? Some natural ways to detoxify the body. Dr. Gupta talks about lab testing for the thyroid and Hashimoto's. The benefits of fasting for mitochondrial health- particularly for people with thyroid issues. Dr. Gupta discusses different medication options for people with Hashimoto's, including peptides and LDN (low-dose naltrexone). Dr. Gupta shares his thoughts on iodine. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Dr. Anshul Gupta On his website On YouTube and other social media (@AnshulGuptaMD)
Description:Sharing her story today is the Co-Founder and CEO of WeNatal, Ronit Menashe, who is channeling all of her Israeli ‘chutzpah' to tackle the fertility crisis experienced worldwide. Ronit, the second oldest of four siblings born to entrepreneurial parents, began her career with a Nike internship and quickly worked her way up the ranks. However, her desire for a more purposeful line of work combined with a tragic personal experience led her to leave the corporate world behind to found WeNatal, where she is now helping couples bring new life into the world! Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:Give the gift of the world's most beautiful spice rack and get 15% off by using the promo code STAIRWAY15 at www.evermill.comGet 20% off luxury fitness equipment that you won't want to hide in your closet by using the promo code STAIRWAY20 at www.equiptmovement.comIn This Episode You'll Hear About: [03:25] How her upbringing and the dynamics in her family formed the foundation for her desire to become a businesswoman.[12:01] Her educational journey and the origin story of her 15-year corporate career.[16:54] Why building relationships is the key to entrepreneurial success. [18:24] Invaluable lessons that she learned during her time working at Nike and Hurley, and the factors that enabled her to progress up the ranks very quickly. [21:40] Two pivotal moments in her career that were foundational to the founding of WeNatal. [24:48] The tragic personal experience that was the impetus for the founding of WeNatal.[28:38] Statistics that highlight the extent of the fertility crisis that is being experienced across the world. [32:50] The educational mission of WeNatal that complements their vitamin supplement products. [38:55] The convenience and sustainability elements that make WeNatal stand out. [44:01] The highs and lows that WeNatal has experienced in the past 11 months and what the future holds.To Find Out More:WeNatalRonit Menashe on LinkedInLee Greene on LinkedInStairway to CEOQuotes: “They say, ‘Don't put all your eggs in one basket,' but I actually say, ‘Put all your eggs in one basket.' Or maybe two or three if you want that extra insurance.” — Ronit Menashe [0:16:09]“When we think now of WeNatal…and why it's been so successful organically, it's really because of the power of the relationships I have built throughout my life.” — Ronit Menashe [0:17:30]“Just build relationships because you never know how these people around you will be able to add value to your life at some point.” — Ronit Menashe [0:17:52]“You have to ask for what you want in your career.” — Ronit Menashe [0:20:49]“The role that was probably the most pivotal in giving me the foundation to launch WeNatal was when I worked with Dr. Mark Hyman.” — Ronit Menashe [0:23:04]“My biggest learning from the Dr. Hyman experience was the importance of education and content when it comes to connecting with consumers.” — Ronit Menashe [0:24:03]“50% of miscarriages happen because of sperm quality.” — Ronit Menashe [0:26:12]“With antioxidants you can really reverse the effects of the everyday stress that damages sperm.” — Ronit Menashe [0:26:34]“There is a huge fertility crisis going on…one out of five couples are having trouble conceiving in the first year. 1 out of4 women are having miscarriages. And then on the men's side of things specifically, sperm counts are on the decline.” — Ronit Menashe [0:28:39]“A man today has 50% less sperm than their grandfather.” — Ronit Menashe [0:29:02]“Our company goes beyond just the supplement. We are really there to empower people with education.” — Ronit Menashe [0:32:50]“Relationships are everything.” — Ronit Menashe [0:51:02]“Do what you love and it will never feel like work.” — Ronit Menashe [0:52:32]
In This Episode, We Talk About: Transitioning from one to three as a busy mom. Game changing tips for your electronics. How to have fun as a whole family unit. Resources + Links: Check out Mark Hyman's recipes for healthy eating | https://drhyman.com/blog/category/recipes/ His Needs, Her Needs by Willard F. Harley Jr. Young Forever by Mark Hyman Connect with Moms in Real Life on Instagram | @momsinreallifepodcast Follow Stephanie on Instagram! Stephanie Nguyen | @modernmilk WANT TO HAVE YOUR MOM STORY FEATURED ON THE PODCAST? Send us an email at email@example.com Find out more on our website https://www.modernmilk.com/ Show Notes: Everything good comes in threes! Today we're welcoming a fellow listener of the podcast, Karinne Davis, a high school math teacher and the mother of 3 under 3! This week, we'll talk helpful support systems, healthy recipes for cleaner eating, and fun sports events for the whole family. We also get a glimpse into the life of a high school teacher, including game changing hacks for electronics in the classroom and connecting with students. Then, Karinne tells us about the time she became a mom of 3 under 3 and shares her tips & advice on how to adapt to taking care of not one, not two, but three littles! Join us for an episode full of thrice the amount of fun! 00:00 Say hello to Karinne Davis, a listener of the podcast and a mom of 3 under 3! 03:25 What does your support system look like? 05:55 How do your students react to you and your husband working at the same school? 08:05 What is your family eating this week? 12:05 What do you feed your twin girls? 14:40 What do you and your husband eat? 16:45 Stephanie's healthy soup recipe. 21:20 What is the issue with crockpot recipes? 23:15 What is something you've been loving lately? 25:50 Electronic game changers. 29:35 How do you get phones away from your students? 32:30 What are you reaching, watching, or listening to? 35:55 How do you find music to listen to? 38:30 What is something fun your family likes to do together? 40:50 How can you make sports more fun for the family? 43:40 Transitioning from 1 to 3. 46:45 How do you divide your time between 3 littles?
Roudy Nassif is the Co-Founder of VivaRays. He has an engineering background and a solid understanding of the quantum physics of light. He passionately believes that we all can manage the artificial light we are exposed to, and he wants to educate us and provide us with the knowledge and tools to improve our overall health, sleeping patterns, energy and focus. What are the first 3 ways light decides circadian rhythm? What are the scientific connections between nature and the human body? How do we navigate light with daytime and nighttime? For more on Roudy Nassif, you can follow him: Website: https://vivarays.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vivarays/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vivarays/ Related Episodes: 147 - Do We Have Dark Deficiency With Dr Catherine Darley 140 - Adjusting Protocols For Shift Work & Unusual Circadian Rhythms With Kate Smith, FNLP 128 - Quantum Biology With Carrie B-Part 2 127 - Quantum Biology With Carrie B-Part 1 097 - Living A Circadian Life With Bastion Groiss 089 - Bone Health, Osteoporosis & Sleep With Susan Brady 075 - Light & Circadian Rhythm Masterclass With Roudy Nassif 059 - Ratricharya-An Ayurvedic Nighttime Routine With Rima Shah 055 - 1st Anniversary! Doctor Of The Future Is The Patient With Sachin Patel 047 - Blue Screen Light Is The Number 1 Sleep Myth Of Our Time 040 - Circadian Rhythm & Endocrine Function with Dr Joshua Rosenthal, M.D -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at OHA Health. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 17 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2023. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.
Resurrecting the Mind, Body, & Soul
Welcome back, Community, as we continue our series on Taking Back Our Health. Last week we learned about the 93% Club and why we want to do everything in our power to avoid membership. We dove deeper into insulin resistance and why it is one of the key players in our declining health. Please join us today as we continue discussing what causes insulin resistance, what the symptoms are, and how to correct it. We also introduce another key player in determining the quality of our health: The Gut Microbiome. Research is showing more and more the importance of this ecosystem of good and bad bacteria. Do you have a balanced ecosystem or are your bad bugs taking over? There is so much to learn about this topic. We hope these initial discussions spark your interest and inspire you to take action. We invite you to join us in this revolution to Take Back Our Health! Our lives and the lives of our children depend on it. Book Recommendations: Young Forever, by Mark Hyman, M.D. We would love to hear from you! Love you guys! Disclaimer: The discussions in this podcast are not intended to be medical advice. Always check with your healthcare provider regarding any concerns you may have. We are so grateful for those 5-star ratings! This is one of the best ways to help us grow our audience. As always, keep those questions and comments coming, folks! And please continue to Like, Follow, and Share this podcast on Facebook. Thank you! Connect with Brian on Instagram @fitfaith2fear and Facebook Connect with Debbie on Facebook, Instagram @debbiegodawski, and www.sharingthehealth.net
Stephanie is a Physician's Assistant and Functional Medicine Nutritionist. She specialises in helping high-performing women with anxiety, chronic stress, and burnout reclaim their lives back. Having experience as a provider, she witnessed first-hand the crisis in our healthcare system, and as of March of this year, she left her 11-year career to begin her own functional nutrition practice to provide medicine in a way that is meaningful and authentic. What labs can indicate adrenal fatigue and who needs to run them? What are the 3 stages of adrenal fatigue? How do we know which stage we are in? How can we move past any of the 3 stages of adrenal fatigue? For more on Stephanie Graves, you can follow her: Website: https://thefunctionalhealer.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Functional-Healer-111812198064305 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefunctionalhealer/ Related Episodes: 148 - Improving Anxiety For Better Sleep With Stephanie Graves 122 - Vagus Nerve & Sleep With Dr Navaz Habib 052 - The Right Breath For better Sleep With Elif Clarke, Breath Psychologist 041 - Sleep As A Barometer For Emotional And Physical Health With Dana Frost 034 - Betrayal & Sleep With Dr Debi Silber 018 - Stress, Anxiety & Sleep With Dr M.J.Thomas -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at OHA Health. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 17 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2023. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.
Feel Good in Body, Mind and Soul with Isa Welly
https://isawelly.com/opt-in-start-your-health-journey/Books:The Anti-inflammatory Plan by Anoushka DavyYoung Forever - Mark HymanWhat the heck should I eat? - Mark Hyman
Amy's dad passed away 2 years ago this month, so it got her thinking about what caused his health to really go downhill. She truly believes some of it was due in part to lack of connection with others. He was isolated because of the pandemic and that impacted his health tremendously. Amy shares this to set up a little chat she had with Dr. Mark Hyman about connection & community because he says those who are connected to others live longer + have better health + less stress. In addition to encouraging connection & community, Dr. Hyman shares a few other ways to help manage stress (i.e. cold showers!!) Amy also shares 4 things we can do for more intentional relationships and more connection with others: Plan Quality Time Focus Ask Questions Unplug Speaking of connection, Amy enjoys being able to connect with you guys through listener led Q&A chats. Amy shares one in this episode that she did with Crystal, who's from Indiana! Hope y'all enjoy!!! And shout out Crystal for taking a leap to start her new business: Creative Digital Connections!! We are cheering her on! Thanks for listening & have the day you need to have! HOST: RadioAmy.com // @RadioAmySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sattva is th deep essence of purity and sacredness in ancient Eastern wisdom. Coming back to the source within ourselves which is pure and untouched is the reason we choose everything that we do in our life. Unlearning trauma patterns and restoring sattva is the path to true freedom. Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/ben-mcelroy/sleep-and-create-moon License code: HS4NLKI8MXW8BYJH https://uppbeat.io/t/ben-mcelroy/ocean-left-unspoken License code: LSUZ3ZK2ACU1OYKT On Wednesdays Deepa has conversations with awesome guests from all over the globe. You can find meditations by Deepa under Sleep Whisperer and meditations by Shyam under Himalayan Yogi. Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at Phytothrive. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 14 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2023. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep. Other guided sleep meditations: 156-Guided Sleep Visualisation - Raindrops With Sleep Whisperer 153-Guided Sleep Visualisation - Moonlight & Starry Sky With Sleep Whisperer 150-Guided Breath Session-Purify With Sleep Whisperer 145 - Guided Sleep Visualisation - Harmony With Sleep Whisperer 135-Guided Visualisation-Soothing Flow With Himalayan Yogi 132-Guided Sleep Relaxation-Calm By Sleep Whisperer 128-Guided Afternoon Mindfulness-Grounding Stillness Weekly Newsletter:
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store. Today Jenn is talking to functional medicine doctor, Dr. Jessie Hehmeyer. Dr. Hehmeyer discusses what a natural medicine doctor is, how to integrate natural medicine when working with a western medicine doctor, and her five essentials to weight loss. She offers insightful information about the different aspects of health and explains how everything in the body is interconnected, from our skin to our digestive system to our moods. Dr. Hehmeyer takes us on a beautiful journey to visualize our future selves five years from now as a tool for addressing the root cause of weight gain. Tune in today to learn how to crack the code for your health.IN THIS EPISODE:● [5:10] What prompted Jessie to enter the fitness, health, and the functional medicine field? ● [8:12] How does Jessie define natural medicine/functional medicine? ● [11:36] What is natural medicine? ● [14:05] How do you talk with your western medicine doc if you want to do more natural medicine? ● [20:54] What are the five essentials of weight loss?● [26:57] Jessie takes us on a journey five years from now about our future selves.● [33:20] How can someone find a functional health doc to help them, and what lab/blood tests should a person request?● [37:25] What common things does Jessie see that people tend to ignore?● [38:50] Advice for someone who feels like they can't crack the code to their own weight. KEY TAKEAWAYS:● All systems are connected. Your skin, digestive system, mood, and insulin are all connected, and a natural medicine doctor can take an approach that acknowledges our bodies' interconnectivity and identify the root cause of health issues. ● You are always saying NO to something. Be intentional with choosing your “No's.” Saying Yes to the overindulgence is saying no to the outcomes you're committed to and the future you intend for yourself. ● Bodies are different. What one body needs is different from what another body needs. Not everyone is the same, so not all weight loss strategies will work for everyone.QUOTES: “You're not just what you eat, you're what you don't excrete.” - Dr. Jessica Hehmeyer“Cultivating the ability to be kind and honest is number one on anyone's journey to master weight.” - Dr. Jessica Hehmeyer“You really want to get present to what this is really about to you. Cause I promise, if it were about the scale, you'd already have it handled. Yes, you want the scale to be a certain number, yes you want to wear those jeans, yes you want to feel great when you get dressed in the morning. You want to get tapped into what becomes available when this area of your life is handled.” - Dr. Jessica Hehmeyer RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES: Well Empowered InstagramWell Empowered FacebookWell Empowered WebsiteJessica Hehmeyer's LinkedInGUEST BIO:Dr. Jessie Hehmeyer is the physician founder of Well Empowered, where she practices data-driven, outcome-oriented Functional Medicine. She created Well Empowered with one commitment in mind: providing you the foundation of health and vitality that transforms your experience of life and alters what is possible for you.How does Dr. H live true to this? By taking a root-cause, natural medicine approach. In working one-on-one, with groups, or delivering corporate webinars, Dr. H's guidance balances science, and heart, providing the information, inspiration, and strategies needed to translate information into sustainable and transformative health outcomes. Dr. H earned her Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States, Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from National University of Health Sciences, and Bachelor of Arts from University of California, Los Angeles. She is an IFM Certified Practitioner, a Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist (LDN), a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) and has learned from physicians at the forefront of Functional Medicine, including Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Tom O'Bryan and Dr. Datis Kharrazian. Prior to attending graduate school, she established herself as an expert in the fitness industry, earning seven certifications and founding the first high-intensity personal training facility in Chicago at the age of 25. In her spare time, you will find Dr. H with her husband, Chris, doing yoga, hiking, strength training, traveling, or preparing a beautiful, healthy meal for loved ones.
In this episode, we explore the concept of self-care and why it is essential for educators. We discuss personal definitions of self-care and share practical tips for incorporating self-care practices into busy schedules. We also examine how practicing self-care affects work as a teacher, benefits students, and can combat the notion that self-care is selfish.Our guest, Mark Torrie, provides insights on how educators can set boundaries to protect their time and energy, both at work and outside of it, and how schools and districts can prioritize and support educator self-care. We discuss the emotional demands of the profession and share strategies for cultivating emotional resilience and practicing self-compassion.We delve into the role of mindfulness in promoting self-care for educators and explore best practices for creating policies and programs that prioritize educator well-being. Additionally, we share available resources and support for educator self-care, including national and local organizations and successful self-care programs and initiatives.We conclude by discussing the long-term benefits of practicing self-care for educators, their students, and the broader community. We highlight the costs of neglecting self-care and the importance of shifting the conversation around self-care from individual well-being to broader societal benefits.Resources:Dr. Jaime Seeman - https://www.doctorfitandfabulous.com/Dr. Mindy Pelz - https://drmindypelz.com/ Dr. Mark Hyman - https://drhyman.com/ Dr. Peter Attia - https://peterattiamd.com/Dr. Georgia Ede - https://www.diagnosisdiet.com/ What Are We Listening To?Chris - AJ - Mark - Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Solving Healthcare with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Michelle Peris. Michelle is a naturopathic doctor with a clinical focus on women's health, pediatrics, digestive and hormone health, and fertility optimization. Michelle joins us today to speak with us about The Wild Collective and a group health approach, including some shared experiences and their focus on female empowerment. Michelle is a health advocate passionate about helping women of all ages tune into their bodies. She shares with us a bit about her background and how she now supports her patients through body literacy.SPONSORBetterHelp is the largest online counselling platform worldwide. They change the way people get help with facing life's challenges by providing convenient, discreet and affordable access to a licensed therapist. 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Sign up today go to better help.com And use a promo code ‘solvinghealthcare' and get 10% off signup fees.SP: COVID has affected us all and with all the negativity surrounding it, it's often hard to find the positive, but one of the blessings it has given us is the opportunity to build an avenue for creating change. Starting right here in our community discussing topics that affect us most such as racism and health care, maintaining a positive mindset, creating change the importance of advocacy, and the many lessons we have all learned from COVID. If you or your organization are interested in speaking engagements, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, reach out on Facebook at kwadcast or online at drkwadwo.ca.KK: Welcome to Solving Healthcare. I'm Kwadwo Kyeremanteng. I'm an ICU and palliative care physician here in Ottawa and the founder of resource optimization network. We are on a mission to transform healthcare in Canada. We're going to talk with physicians, nurses, administrators, patients and their families because inefficiencies, overwork and overcrowding affects us all. I believe it's time for a better health care system that's more cost effective, dignified, and just for everyone involved.KK: Kwadcast nation. Welcome back, we have another exciting episode with Michelle Peris from ‘The Wild Collective'. Why is she on the show? Number one, she's amazing human being naturopathic physician that's changing the bogey. How she's changing the bogey? by introducing group health, looking at ways that you as a patient or client, being in a group setting, to be able to learn off each other, have that shared experience, talk about ways of getting collectively healthier, almost being a cheering section for each other. Just makes so much sense, especially when we have so many shortages and issues in healthcare right now. So really excited about this, you're going to enjoy this episode. Before jumping on though, I want you to go to kwadcast.substack.com. That's our new newsletter. That's where all our information is. I'm talking podcasts, videos of our episodes, vlogs, blogs, the latest and the greatest on healthcare solutions, right on one spot. So, you got to jump on the train baby, jump on the train. Alright, so without further ado, Michelle Peris.Kwadcast nation - as usual, we got an exciting guest. I'm going to go ahead and even call Michelle, a friend. We met at the EPIC live event, and was very kind in terms of her messaging, but also reached out and expressed some of the amazing stuff she is doing with ‘The Wild Collective' and I think, honestly, can transform how we approach medicine. Really, as we like to say, ‘changing the boogey'. So, without further ado, Michelle Peris, welcome to the podcast.MP: Thanks so much for having me. I am really excited to connect with you and grateful to call you friend, you've been so inspiring to me. It's a wonderful opportunity to be here.KK: Oh, that's very kind and but I mean, this is all about you. So, you started ‘The Wild Collective' your background in naturopathic medicine. Yeah. So, maybe tell us just a bit of your background and how you landed in producing this amazing initiative.MP: I often say our mess is our message. So, you know, it goes as far back as really struggling as a young girl of feeling that, you know, magical experience of belongingness always having a difficult time as a young girl to belong, and to feel like I fit in somewhere. That really, I guess, primed what the natural evolution of this was but I fell into naturopathic medicine largely through learning the power of food and nutrition. For the first time at that point, really learned what it meant to belong with a bunch of people who are like minded and suddenly, I felt very capable and very happy and satisfied with life. That was something that stuck with me those moments and seven years into clinical practice as a naturopathic doctor loved a very successful practice loving who I was serving. But feeling really dissatisfied with the consistency of results. At the same time, there was like this growing body of information of all of these, you know, health ramifications of social isolation and loneliness. It being the leading cause of mortality, and all these things, and I really felt like I was failing my patients. First, I didn't really have a screening process for loneliness and then I didn't have support for them on the other side of that, and I think it was really, all these moments that culminated this motivation in for me to solve this problem for my patients. Through that, we created this closed group experience where there's enough time created to not only empower and teach women about body literacy, and how to prioritize their health and why they need to think critically and be the CO creators of their health with their health care providers but also give them the benefits of community medicine and all of the beautiful consequences or side effects that happen when you engage in a community. What started to happen, what started as a very small project, it turned into a global mission, because I really do think this is how we can impact healthcare in a meaningful way how we can alleviate a lot of the burden on the system, is if we are able to disseminate health information that we know is important if people knew how important it was to prioritize their health or create metabolic flexibility or understand nutrition, then they could start to take radical responsibility for the health and start to co create that with their one on one providers and really start to alleviate the system. There are many studies that have demonstrated that that's possible that there are, you know, clinics in the US that are you leveraging this, that you have to go through a group program first. Then Dr. Mark Hyman is a great example, 80% of those cohorts that go through that group program don't require his care at the end of it. So, so much of what we do, we can really empower people to do on their own, and they don't necessarily require a one-on-one care. For me, this was exciting. I think the other things too, is that we spent a lot of time and educating ourselves on all these obstacles, secure the things that get in our way. I don't think we have enough time in one-on-one care to unpack what those could possibly be. Maybe it's not feeling connected in our relationships are unfulfilled in our work, we don't necessarily have mission and purpose that drive our day. These are huge drivers to overall well being. They need to be understood, and we need to take responsibility for them to be, like transformed in that healthcare experience. I think I think group health does that beautifully. So that was a lot. But that's what I'm doing.KK: No, that's good. That's good. It paints a beautiful picture. Michelle, so maybe give us a sense of what a common topics that come up or common ailments that you see like, who what's the typical person that comes to see you?MP: I know this, everyone always wants us to define this. I really want to reach every woman, but I would say women come to us typically because they're interested in learning more. Most women who are interested in something like this have been told by someone that everything looks fine, but they don't feel fine. So usually, there's some kind of overwhelm, anxiety, stress, burnout, maybe a hormonal symptom as a result, or insomnia. Or they're aware that there's a, you know, low thyroid situation happening. That's what's really prompted them to explore naturopathic medicine and get more curious about that root cause piece. Then I think what ultimately gets them interested and what has created a whole access to a different type of, of health education is once they understand what we're doing in a group health setting, so not only are we helping them understand optimal ranges for bloodwork results, or other areas to explore, I think you do a good job of highlighting this but for many people who are just learning this it's never just one symptom or one pot. It's like one system of the body that is going on, right, like they they're all They're all interconnected. So, I think when we're looking at things in a very condensed way, and we're not expanding and helping people widen the lens on what could be going on. I think health information helps individuals do that. So, We can talk about maybe the reason they came in is that they had hot flashes. But if we can educate them on, you know how their nutrition might be impacting that, or how their stress levels might be contributing to that, I think that's what really creates a lot of interest for women to want to learn that. I think the people that we tend to attract is they want to know this information, and they feel so overwhelmed by the content on Google, I think what keeps them fascinated and why they stay in this type of work, is that we like to expand the conversation and take it one step further, and really start to unpack those other obstacles that might be getting in the way are where they're feeling like, mystified, there's so many women out there, ‘I don't know why I keep gaining weight, it's not making sense' when we start to really go a little bit deeper and look at different concepts of like speaking our truth, and trusting our intuition and just digging a little bit deeper. How our relationships are actually affecting our physical health, I think we start to make it a bit richer and more interesting for them. Now they start to see all the ways that they may have ended up in this dysfunctional health state. I think there is this growing curiosity to want to understand that I think we serve a lot of people if we're being super honest. It's probably not the thing that they come forward with, but they feel like they've checked all the boxes, and they still feel quite unfulfilled or dissatisfied. That probably comes from being lonely, or not actually being purpose driven. So, I think we tried to create a health information. So, we've done tried to do so many things, but we attract people by educating them on their health and their body. And then we take it one step further, and really get them to step into that space of also taking radical responsibility for those day-to-day things that are negatively impacting their health.KK: I would imagine in a group setting, people learn off each other? I'm curious, Does the group specifically have common complaints? Or it's a random number of women? Six women, you put them in one group? Or is it a common issue that they want to address? How do you determine this?MP: I think you can do it several ways. I think this is being successfully done in both of those fashions. So, for us, we've been more about how we're a very fundamental foundational program for women. So, there's a nonspecific attraction to it. Not, we're not like, oh, here we are for autoimmunity, those groups do happen and they're fabulous, because it gives you that opportunity to really niche down in the types of conversations you want to have. I think what I've learned for doing this for the last seven years is that there always is that unifying universal normalization of the human experience that happens in any group that you're in. I think this can work in either capacity, is there are a specific condition that one is drawn to this group for or are you there, because you want to become more empowered in your health, and you want to take that radical responsibility to that next step and be in this space. If you know, we all here you become the five people you spend most of your time with. If you start to go into that like minded, health-conscious community, how do we use things that will naturally make those habits easier to embody?KK: Mhm, it's like you get a team. When you're in a group, you want to encourage each other don't want to let each other down. So, you've got that automatic cheering squad, telling you like, Let's go!MP: My two frustrations and one on one practice where lack of support for my patients and lack of really understanding what we were doing what why we were doing their treatment plan. That's exactly it's there's that let's go energy that's happening in that group. I remember so many patients would leave my office and they'd be like, ‘I'm so excited like you've made you've given me so much hope I see why this is important. I really want to execute on this plan' and then they'd come back for their six week follow up. They'll say ‘My husband wasn't in full support. I don't want to cook all these different meals that that that that that that like all the excuses' It becomes really difficult to adhere to any plan as brilliant as it is if we lack the social support in order to override the discomfort of change and transformation. It's incredibly difficult. So, when we provide the community, that has that ‘go go rah rah rah' support. Not only that, but the safe space also to say ‘I'm really struggling today, I don't really love this ketogenic approach, I'm here today, I'm hungry, I'm missing cookies' whatever, you have this group that's like, I understand, I see you, I am you, and you've got this, you can make this one more day. Suddenly, it doesn't feel so hard to learn these new habits, because you're in a space that supports and understands you. It becomes a lot less scary or overwhelming when you're in that kind of health inspired space.KK: I mean, you're selling it, you're definitely selling it, I want a stage where we got to think about healthcare delivery, you know, and in ways that they can outside the box here, because our current models and system aren't serving enough for the public. What you're proposing is ways of addressing more patients in a group setting that maybe, as you said, it's more effective because of all the things you stated. So, I think that to me is what's exciting about is that this could be a model that we should be doing at scale. I guess one of my questions for you is, do you feel like the women that see you, do they wish they would start utilizing this technique before they have problems? Do you know what I mean? Is it fair to say that when they see you there's already some significant issues that they want to address?MP: Yeah, yeah, I agree. Where are we perfectly fit in is in that preventative phase. That's what we were well trained to talk about, and educate and empower on it's like, where we're very well suited in healthcare. Unfortunately, as it stands still because we're fighting against a system, and everyone is so primed in that way. We all think a certain way with respect to how healthcare delivery happens, and how we navigate through the system, that this is still quite a disruptive thought. So even when they're ending up in our one-on-one practice, typically there is something going on, and it's well progressed, it's well beyond the preventative phase. What I'm seeing now we've created teen programs, Mother/Daughter programs, because we to see the potential, like what if you had this information from the start? I really do believe, and I've said this to not be so bold, I would love to support in any way, I do think this is a very viable solution that fits the gaps that are currently missing. If we're talking about disparity in health care, access to health information, a lot of the criticism with extended health care. Visits, not everyone can access and afford that. Well, Group Health really helps to solve that problem as well. So how do we get this fabulous information that we now know in terms of education, nutrition, lifestyle, or dementia, stress reduction, all these tools that will be disseminated in a very affordable fashion in a large group setting. When people have access to the information, they desire to take radical responsibility for their health, they feel supported by the collective and therefore now they can alleviate a system that is on the brink of collapse that is struggling to keep up with the pace. People are co creating their own health and they are under they understand the role that they play. That's not currently the paradigm we exist in and that was a frustration of mine. Even as a naturopathic doctor, we were still often, you know, viewed as green aloe pass like they still wanted the supplement. I still met that resistance at the very end of my one-on-one practice, you know, there are people like ‘Michelle, I just came to you for the supplement. I didn't want you to talk to me about all the things' it's like, well, I'm sorry, I can't unsee what I know now.KK: Absolutely. In terms of the nitty gritty of the programs, because you alluded to the idea that you have like mother daughter programs, for example. Two questions: What are the programs available? What's the structure like? Is it all naturopathic physician, doctors that will run the program or do you have facilitators? Walk me through how you navigate through this?MP: Yeah, so we have a 10-module foundational program that everyone goes through. That is delivered by anyone who is educated enough to articulate the fundamentals of health. So, under a good healthy understanding of physiology, symptom expression, how that shows up in our body testing options, and then natural interventions. So, we have collaborated with mostly naturopathic doctors, we have functional medicine doctors, we have MDs in the US who are teaching and educating the ‘Wild Collective' we have very well-educated holistic nutritionist that are capable, we have pelvic floor physios that we've partnered up with, and they teach it as their whole clinic delivers certain modules. So, their naturopath delivers a thyroid module, you know, right. So, we we've seen all ways in which this program could be used. And it runs as a closed group. Because for me, that connection piece, like once that piece was well established in my mind that that was what we really needed. I didn't want it to be open, I really wanted them to create a very strong social group that was going to support them through that. So, they these sessions occur either once a month or twice a month or every week. They're two hours in duration, we spend 50% In of the time in connection. So, we ask very curated questions that are going to stimulate a very high-level health-conscious conversation that will also normalize their own human experience, just through the absorption of like, ‘oh, my gosh, I'm not alone, her story is so similar to mine' there's just this wonderful thing that happens when people start to share and open up. That part to me is so fascinating, that has always ended up being my favorite part is that we spend so much time talking about the big T trauma, little T trauma, all these things that get in the way, you know, we can be really accelerated through a lot of those and freed up with a lot of the things that we carry, when we hear someone's story, it's so similar to our own and they overcame it, and they didn't have to hold on to it. There's just so much power and value in the story sharing part. Then we spend the other 50% in curriculum and health education. At the end of that, then they can move to other levels should they want to continue on, but that is the part that we're now making available globally, because we just want to help as many women as possible. We know that what we have is valuable. We know that it's responsible for consistent health transformation. Man, just like really helping women step up in their own life and leading others that we just wanted to make sure that whoever was capable was it was in the hands of those people and they were teaching it.KK: Beautiful, beautiful. I'm curious, in one of these sessions when you say you ask one of these standardized questions to be able to get people to open up, do you have an example of that? Not to put you on the spot but do you have an example?MP: Yeah, so I'll walk you through a little bit of it. So, we start off with our hormone module, which tends to be the most popular where we teach women about cyclical living and how we're different, we're fundamentally different at our different phases of our menstrual cycle. We will open up the circle talking ‘what has your experience been like? If you could define it in a couple of words? open up the circle, very open-ended questions, we then move to the detoxification module. We talk all about our body's natural capacity to detoxify all the systems of detoxification, and we start to get the questions and it starts to get a little more interesting so that we open up the floor with ‘What are some other things that you need to detox from?' and I always say you can say very simple things, if you're aware of alcohol consumption, or gluten. You could also be very aware that there are certain relationships, that are no longer serving you, or there are certain parts of your life or habits that are getting in the way of you living your most aligned life. What you're really trying to do is just open up that safe space. I think where we've been very successful as, as facilitators, we see ourselves as equal, so we're equally sharing and we're setting the tone of what's safe in that space. Then leaving it totally open for them to make their own connections. Because what's really beautiful is you never really know how profound the transformation is on the inside from what they're hearing and receiving and what's going on as a result of that information sharing and it's usually quite profound. So, we really try and tie in concepts of intuition and divine feminine with that question asking period. So, the next one is my thyroid, and we have a beautiful thyroid module, but we also start talking about do you speak your truth? Where maybe is a situation where you were unsuccessful and what was the consequence or what was the situation where you were successful? And what was the consequence? And we really start to open up these concepts of ‘oh my gosh, if I'm holding all this in, how is this impacting my health?' and we really start to tie these pieces together for them so that they realize that they're holding on to things that are no longer serving them. There must be some safe space for that to move through them, so that they can really get to the real obstacles that are getting in their way of their health.KK: Wow. Certainly, you highlight the mind body connection in terms of how we need to heal, which is grand. It makes sense when you hear similar experiences from you, how that can validate and could make the experience that much more real. This sounds good. In terms of the other programs, you have a mother daughter program. Is there any other kind of unique programs that you have?MP: We have mother/daughter, we have teen, we have perimenopause, and menopause.KK: What's your most popular one?MP: Our fundamental one is our most established. So, I'd say that is the most popular and now we're stepping into like, and I'll say in my mind, I have this everybody just like gets along. I really thought that this would just attract women, no matter what diversity of age diversity of background. That necessarily wasn't the case. That's why we now are targeting certain audiences to help bring them in. Age is a big one for women, so we had to create the perimenopause, menopause, there's slightly different content, of course, that needs to be delivered. But more the real obstacle is that aging women don't necessarily feel celebrated or safe to join where there are younger women. It was a real obstacle for me, if it's going to be a barrier then we must find a different way to reach them.KK: The answer came from them.MP: Yeah, the answers definitely came from them.KK: Interesting. What's the big picture vision? You've alluded to the scaling up of such and the globalization of, ‘The Wild Collective' and I must say the idea that it could be affordable, scalable, all these things make it very attractive. Where would you love to see this goal?MP: Yeah, if I were the queen for a day, I there would be a shift, there would be a paradigm shift in our thinking that everyone understood that we took this responsibility on and I'm happy to take this on. That we were advocating and articulating the value of where group health fits in, in the health care system. That every person understood that the health, the health care experience, included community. That it was like the first step that it was concurrent with our one-on-one care, because there were other frustrations, as a clinician, that this alleviates our discomforts, too, I was exhausted at the end of my day, because I was saying the same things over and over. I was trained for strategy, and really building all these beautiful plans and I spent most of my day talking about hydration and protein. It's inefficient, we are way too educated to be hanging out in that space in that capacity. So, let's innovate the whole model. I want to disrupt the model. I want every person to understand the value that group has in their health but also in their life. I think we would see a totally different system and a different health outcome if that were the articulation and so my mission not only moving, what we're bringing forward, but really is to stand for Group Health. The thing that's most difficult, I coach and mentor other clinicians now and building their own group programs. So, I've seen autoimmunity and Lyme and all these other group programs do amazing. We all held up against the same resistance, which is that we as a population as a as a global population, we don't understand the value of it. It's not the articulation of health care, therefore we're naturally resistant to it until we've experienced it. So, I would love to, I would love to create a lot of clarity there, so that everyone understood the value and they just prioritize that as part of the house strategy. That that for me, I think we would change a whole lot with respect to public health. It would be advantageous for everybody, I think it would care for the doctors, I think it would care for public health at a greater scale. That is what I'm set out to do and I want to be of service in that capacity. However, that rolls out. I think my biggest obstacle is trying to articulate the value to people who have only seen one on one care as the only option for health delivery.KK: Well said, I reflect back, we did a episode, the names gonna escape me all of a sudden put on the spot. It was an episode on social prescribing, and the impact that has had on many patients. You're gonna go to cooking class or a yoga class and prescribing that. I remember leaving that interview saying like, ‘Yes! this is where we need to go' and a lot of the patients that would be referred, unfortunately, are deep into their ailments. I think twofold, 1. leaning on the preventative side that's at scale in a group setting, I think is grand. 2. Then also just having here in a group session, can be so powerful for the reasons you've mentioned. The reason I'm sloppy is because I'm thinking at the same time, I'm thinking even for our project with metabolic health we should make sure I think I might be in the grant, but we should emphasize the idea of having group sessions. Adding this as part of the care package that they'll receive. There's too much upside, it's more efficient. It's just as glorious.MP: I agreeKK: You've convinced me now. I love it. So, anything else that you want to give love to with ‘The Wild Collective', I just want to make sure that we're catching all the magic that you guys are doing. As we say, many times on the show ‘y'all are changing the bogey'. We want to make sure that that bogey gets amplified, so any other initiatives or, or things that you want to highlight MichelleMP: I just I just want to emphasize the importance of social connection for everybody who's listening. I think there's just been so much impact and impair from the last few years of being strongly encouraged to, to socially distance and fully understand why that happened. There's been a lot of impact and our brains are socially wired to connect and this this needs to be a must have, it ought to be prioritized. Certainly, we'd love to serve you we are always here in the ‘Wild Collective' to direct you wherever is the best fit or to welcome you into our community. Social connection, the power of that with respect to overall health, well being and longevity in terms of even living eight years longer. I mean, it's just like such a no brainer. It can be successfully done with one other person in your life. So, for me, what was so exciting is this was a free tool that everyone had access to with respect to health that had a massive impact in overall health, well being longevity, anti inflammation, increased satisfaction, decreased risk of anxiety and depression. It is such a powerful tool. I love the work that we're doing, and you can check out our website. I'll give that to you for the show notes. We have facilitators all over the world. We just want to be of service and ensure everyone who wants access to this type of healthcare support can have it I really do think it is the future of medicine. The more that we stand for that and create we normalize the conversation around that I think the easier buy in we're going to have and the more people we're going to be able to help so that's really all I have to say and if I can contribute in any way. I'm happy to because this really is my life's work now. I'm super grateful to know this information now and to have actually stuck with it long enough to see the power of it. To be brave enough to stand for it and continue to scream at the mountaintops for it.KK: This is great. You've you found your purpose, we are certainly glad you, you found your purpose. To reinforced, the lack of connection and the lack of community in the last couple of years has been significant. I could not agree more. So, thank you, Dr. Michelle Peris for coming on the Kwadcast and please let everybody know where we can get a hold of you.MP: Yeah, thank you so much for having me. I'm most social on Instagram. So, you can follow me over @drmichelleperis. I love to personally connect, like I said, and like you said the consequences over the last few years. If you're if you're looking for resources, please don't hesitate to reach out. I'm happy to give support and we are global site is www.the-wild-collective.com. I also have a podcast called ‘Wild Medicine' and I think we do a really good job not only explaining the benefits of the wild collective but community medicine at large.KK: Beautiful, beautiful. Thank you so much for joining us. This was awesome. 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Dr. Mark Hyman is leading a health revolution rooted in using food as medicine to support longevity, energy, and happiness. He's a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized speaker, educator, and advocate in the field of Functional Medicine. Dr. Hyman is the founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, the Head of Strategy and Innovation of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, and a New York Times bestselling author. He hosts the podcast The Doctor's Farmacy and is a regular contributor on television shows like Today, Good Morning America, and The View. In his latest book, Young Forever, Dr. Hyman shares the secrets to living your longest, healthiest life. On this episode, we talk about the simple dietary, lifestyle and emerging longevity strategies to help you optimize your health.
With endless products on the market that claim to slow down the process of aging, Dr. Peter Kozlowski shares the truth about the simple steps needed to slow the aging process naturally. Dr. Peter Kozlowski uses a broad array of tools to find the source of the body's dysfunction. He takes the time to listen to his patients and plots their history on a timeline, considering what makes them unique and co-creating with them a truly individualized care plan. Currently, he works with patients online and in person via his Chicago, Illinois, and Bozeman, Montana-based offices. Dr. Kozlowski did his residency in Family Practice but started training in Functional Medicine as an intern. He trained in the clinics with leaders in his field, including Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Susan Blum. A few things we chat about
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Michael Mastro is an award-winning designer, past president of Global Construction, and an expert in the art and science of Vastu Shastra. Renowned spiritual teacher, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of Transcendental Meditation, asked Michael, a teacher and practitioner of meditation, to design spiritual centres worldwide for him in the late 1970s. Michael then studied the principles of Vastu Shastra, the ancient Vedic system of placement believed to precede and form the basis of the Chinese are of Feng Shui, and applied them to building living and working environments in harmony with nature. In the process, Michael became the leading Western expert on the art and science of Vastu Shastra. His company designed and built for Microsoft and Boeing and during his career, he built in excess of twenty million square feet of commercial office space and over fifteen thousand residential properties. How did the Beatles play a role in bringing Michael to Vastu? What is Vastu and what do different directions represent? How does Vastu imbalance in a home impact sleep? What would be ideal Vastu for great sleep? What can be done if your home or bedroom does not have ideal Vastu? For more on Michael Mastro you can follow him: Website: www.vastucreations.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vastucreations/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VastuCreationsfb Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmastrovastu/ Related Episodes: 134 - Rituacharya, Seasonal Shifts & Sleep With Rima Shah 119 - Marma Points & Marma Tapping For Sleep With Kale 079 - Ayurvedic Diet & Nutrition for Better Sleep With Sarah Kruse 059 - Ratricharya-An Ayurvedic Nighttime Routine With Rima Shah 003 - Ayurveda and Sleep with Dr Manmohan -For more on Deepa: Deepa is an Allied Functional Medicine Practitioner, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Author and a Yogini at Phytothrive. Having a son with a rare adrenal disorder gave her insight into the working of the adrenals. Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 14 times NY Times Bestselling Author. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020. Her book on sleep with HarperCollins releases in 2023. She has been featured on the award winning podcast 15-Minute Matrix and UK Health Radio discussing sleep.
In today's episode of “Catalysts for Change,” Jill is joined by Dr. Mark Hyman to talk about his new book, “Young Forever.” Dr. Hyman is a functional medicine doctor, a prolific writer on health and wellness, and a vocal advocate for changes in our food system. He is the founder of “Food Fix Campaign,” an organization working hard in Washington, D.C. to help shape policies that are pro-wellness for ourselves and our environment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Exceptional conversation with Loren & Josh, maybe our top 2 influences when it comes to how we eat. JOIN THE DISCUSSION ON TELEGRAM: https://t.me/thelightleaders This interview is part of our fruitarian series. Check the full playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J47e32iXtJM&list=PL2mMblWyuzOWXj38Uin6oVZ8o5hoZN5kW Chapters: 0:00 Intro to the episode 3:30 Intro to the guests 9:50 Age & what they eat yesterday 14:11 WHat is our optimal diet? 22:42 Raw vs cooked food 29:28 The importance of transition and going at our own path 32:14 Should we supplement? And what? B12, Vit D,... 54:39 Transitioning slowly vs getting the right fuel now 1:14:23 Proteins & muscle building 1:19:18 How much fruit to eat for building strength and muscles? 1:25:27 Longevity, Mark Hyman & including meat 1:28:12 Water Fasting 1:36:06 Sprouts, garlic, chili, salt, iodine 1:46:10 Juices: healthy or junkfood? 1:52:00 Natural Hygiene, chewing and survival 2:05:00 Last shares LINKS: THE LIGHTLEADERS PODCAST: Join our Telegram group: https://t.me/thelightleaders Join Alex's Telegram channel: https://t.me/newearth Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelightleaders All platforms, including audio podcasts: https://thelightleaders.org JOSH X: Website: https://xfamunity.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@joshx6247 IG: https://www.instagram.com/xfamilyunity/ LOREN LOCKMAN: Website: https://tanglewoodwellnesscenter.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/LorenLockman IG: https://www.instagram.com/loren.e.lockman/
Dr. Peter Kozlowski uses a broad array of tools to find the source of the body's dysfunction: he takes the time to listen to his patients and plots their history on a timeline, considering what makes them unique and co-creating with them a truly individualized care plan. Currently, he works with patients online and in person via his Chicago, Illinois, and Bozeman, Montana-based offices. Dr. Kozlowski did his residency in Family Practice but started training in Functional Medicine as an intern. He trained in the clinics with leaders in his field, including Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Susan Blum.Website/Social linkswww.doc-koz.com
This week we chat with Dr. Anshul Gupta, Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician who's worked at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Department of Functional Medicine alongside Dr. Mark Hyman. He's a best-selling author, speaker, and researcher who educates people worldwide on reversing Hashimoto's disease. He shares his personal journey of reversing his own disease, which motivated him to become a Functional Medicine expert and share the concepts with people so they too can heal from within. On What The Health?!: It's spring, so why not plant some Ear Seeds...? Use code FUNC for 15% off your first order of the Adapt Naturals Core Plus bundle at Kresser.co/whatthefunc! Use code FUNC for $500 off tuition at Functional Medicine Coaching Academy.
Mark Hyman, MD, believes that we all deserve a life of vitality—and that we have the potential to create it for ourselves. That's why he is dedicated to tackling the root causes of chronic disease by harnessing the power of Functional Medicine to transform healthcare. The post Why You Have FLC (Feel Like Crap) Syndrome & How to Fix It With Dr. Mark Hyman, The Ultra Wellness Center [ re-release] appeared first on Time4Coffee.
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Inside Out Health with Coach Tara Garrison
Dr. Peter Kozlowski uses a broad array of tools to find the source of the body's dysfunction: he takes the time to listen to his patients and plots their history on a timeline, considering what makes them unique and co-creating with them a truly individualized care plan. Currently, he works with patients online and in person via his Chicago, Illinois, and Bozeman, Montana-based offices. Dr. Kozlowski did his residency in Family Practice but started training in Functional Medicine as an intern. He trained in the clinics with leaders in his field, including Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Susan Blum. In this episode, Dr. Kozlowski shares so much good information on thyroid health, adrenals, blood sugar, female hormones, male hormones, including TRT, but also - detoxing and mold exposure! Learn more about Dr. Kozlowski here: http://doc-koz.com/ Instagram: @doc_coz Get his book Get The Func Out: https://amzn.to/3XPIQpK Check out the previous episode with Dr. Kozlowski here: https://www.taragarrison.com/blog/drpeterkozlowski IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL DISCOVER: 00:02:20 - Why Dr. Kozlowski decided to write a follow-up book on gut health 00:10:40 - What a normal cortisol curve looks like and the 3 adrenal fatigue stages and why DHEA testing is helpful 00:14:41 - The 2 main effects of cortisol release: blood sugar spiking and immune function suppression 00:16:35 - How to reframe the fear of finding out your health issues 00:22:38 - What you need to know about thyroid health 00:33:19 - Female hormones and the connection of estrogen and progesterone to mental and emotional state 00:38:40 - Detoxing protocols that Dr. Kozlowski recommends 00:39:30 - What you need to know about testosterone replacement therapy 00:47:49 - Dr. Kozlowski's thoughts on DHEA supplementation 00:51:23 - The importance of testing for mold exposure
Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg
On "Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg" Dani speaks Dr. Mark Hyman, the founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, the Founder and a fourteen-time New York Times best-selling author who just released his latest book Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life. They discuss why food is medicine for both humans and the planet, what it means to eat with longevity in mind, and why it's important for everyone to listen to their bodies to find a diet that works best for their physical and mental health. This conversation was part of a live, virtual event available only to Food Tank members, which featured a special Q&A session not included in the episode. To access these discussions and have the chance to pose your own questions to changemakers transforming our food and agriculture systems, head to foodtank.com/join and find a membership level that works for you. New members also receive a special gift from Food Tank when they sign up. While you're listening, subscribe, rate, and review the show; it would mean the world to us to have your feedback. You can listen to “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” wherever you consume your podcasts.
Order a copy of my new book The Joy Of Well-Being at thejoyofwellbeing.com! Mark Hyman, M.D.: “There's very little in the process of aging that we can't control.” Mark, a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in the field of functional medicine, joins us to discuss the “new rules” of longevity, plus: - The root causes of aging (~01:17) - What you can & cannot control when it comes to aging (~08:44) - What labs to get to assess you biological age (~11:36) - Mark's take on mTOR & protein consumption (~17:10) - How to get enough protein if you're vegan (~21:56) - How Mark's wellness routine has evolved over the years (~27:52) - Can you really exercise your way out of a subpar diet? (~29:29) - How to track your cardiovascular fitness (~31:14) - The best exercise for longevity (~32:28) - The most overrated & underrated biohacking tools (~34:36) - The best diet for overall longevity (~38:27) - Why Mark prefers goat whey over grass-fed whey (~40:43) - Sneaky habits that are accelerating aging (~42:15) - The most exciting, cutting-edge longevity treatments (~42:47) - How to reprogram your genes to reduce your biological age (~45:05) - Top 3 things everyone should do to increase healthspan (~47:25) Referenced in the episode: - Mark's newest book, Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life. - Check out Mark's previous books. - mbg Podcast episodes #283, #193, #45, and #22, with Mark. - Quest Diagnostics, Labcorp, Function Health, TruDiagnostic, Grail, Cleerly. - mbg Podcast episodes #366 and #241, with Kara Fitzgerald, N.D., plus her study on aging. - mbg Podcast episode #466, with Don Layman, Ph.D. - Learn more about the TAME Trial. - Kevin Hall's study on processed food. - A study on parabiosis. - David Sinclair, Ph.D.'s study on epigenetics. - Sign up for The Long Game. Take 25% off vitamin D3 potency+ with code D3POD. Cannot combine with gift cards or other discount codes. Apply code at checkout. We hope you enjoy this episode, and feel free to watch the full video on YouTube! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at: email@example.com.
Passion Struck with John R. Miles
On Passion Struck today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Mark Hyman, a prominent figure in the world of Functional Medicine with a global reputation as a leader, speaker, educator, and advocate. Dr. Hyman is the founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, as well as the Founder and Senior Advisor for the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. With fourteen New York Times best-selling books under his belt, he joins us to discuss his latest publication, Young Forever. Dr. Mark Hyman and I Explore His New Book Young Forever Published on February 21, 2023, Dr. Mark Hyman's latest book, “Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life,” delves into the science of longevity and features the latest breakthroughs in science and medicine. According to Dr. Hyman, when properly applied, these developments can reverse your biological age even as you continue to grow chronologically older. In the book, Dr. Hyman outlines the Young Forever program, which includes crucial information on optimizing our core biological systems and providing advice on how to eat, exercise, and live in a way that promotes longevity. Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://passionstruck.com/dr-mark-hyman-secrets-to-living-young-forever/ Brought to you by Indeed. With Indeed, you can search for millions of jobs online to find the next step in your career, with tools for job searches, resumes, company reviews, and more. Head to https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck, where you can receive a $75 credit to attract, interview, and hire in one place. --► For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to: https://passionstruck.com/deals/ Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! --► Prefer to watch this interview: https://youtu.be/XVxFwLOcaZY --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles Want to find your purpose in life? I provide my six simple steps to achieving it - passionstruck.com/5-simple-steps-to-find-your-passion-in-life/ Want to hear my best interviews from 2022? Check out episode 233 on intentional greatness and episode 234 on intentional behavior change. ===== FOLLOW ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/
Dr. Mark Hyman is back with his new book, Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life. It was published on February 21st, and it explains the science of longevity, including the cutting-edge developments in science and medicine that, once applied correctly, can reverse your biological age as you grow chronologically older. He maps out the Young Forever program, offering critical information in optimizing our core biological systems, as well as how to eat, exercise, and live for longevity.If you don't know, Dr. Mark Hyman is a senior advisor for the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine and the director of the UltraWellness Center. He's a New York Times bestselling author and board president for clinical affairs at the Institute of Functional Medicine. He is also the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor's Pharmacy, and is a regular medical contributor to several television show networks including CBS, This Morning Today, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN.It is a pleasure to welcome Dr. Mark Hyman back to the show to discuss his latest book and help all of you rediscover the fountain of youth we all are longing for.Yes, the fountain of youth is in play, folks. It's exciting stuff and, as always, backed by real research and science. We also cover…00:01:32 — Living Your Most Optimal LifeNormal aging vs. abnormal agingA functional medicine approach to wellnessIntro to the 10 underlying hallmarks of aging & breaking down the 4 longevity switchesUnderstanding the way our bodies react to foodWhy building muscle is the key to longevityBenefits of fasting 12-14 hours to boost autophagyBreaking your fast with 30 grams of a complete protein (containing Leucine)00:16:06 — Lifestyle & Diet Changes to Support Healthy AgingLifestyle edits vs. stacking pharmaceuticalsFoods (common and not) that activate AMPKYoung Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest LifeRecommendations for what NOT to eatIncorporating more phytochemicals into your dietIncreasing protein intake as we age Keeping healthy fats in your diet Dr. Mark's shift from cardio and yoga into resistance training at 5900:24:49 — Managing the Effects of Good & Bad StressPutting your body in a state of healthy stress (hormesis)Ancient roots of hot and cold therapies Step-by-step morning routine Dr. Mark shares his anti-aging shake recipe with Urolithin ALearning from the Blue Zones to mitigate stressPractices for discharging bad stress Live 7 years longer through meaning and purposeImprove your epigenetic expression with cuddling00:33:44 — Supplements: How, What, When, Why?Supercharging Your Nutrient Status with Dr. Chris Kresser #23580% of wellness is diet, exercise, sleep, stress management,20% is the margin outside of lifestyle – supplements, technology, etc.Superstar phytochemicals to consider supplementing Supplementing creatine & whey protein to build...
Megyn Kelly is joined by Dr. Mark Hyman, author of "Young Forever,” to discuss why aging is a “treatable disease,” how to reverse our biological clock, blue zones, the importance of connecting to your lifestyle, how to avoid pesticides, health and wellness habits for longevity, and more. Plus, Britt Mayer and Carrie Prejean Boller, moms and community activists, join to discuss their mission behind "The Battle Cry," why Don Lemon's return to CNN proves his “liberal privilege,” the latest on the Canadian transgender teacher who now says her giant prosthetic breasts are real, Lia Thomas, and more. Hyman: https://www.amazon.com/Young-Forever-Secrets-Longest-Healthiest/dp/0316453188Carrie/Britt: https://www.instagram.com/thebattlecry_us/ Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
Mark Hyman, MD is a board-certified physician, a leader in the field of functional medicine, host of The Doctor's Farmacy podcast, and author of several New York Times bestselling books. His latest offering is Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life. Full show notes: https://maxlugavere.com/podcast/277
Feel Better, Live More with Dr Rangan Chatterjee
My guest today is someone who has been leading a global health revolution around using food as medicine to support longevity, energy, mental clarity and happiness. Dr Mark Hyman has been a practicing medical doctor for several decades, he is the Head of Strategy and Innovation at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine and the author of an incredible 18 books. His latest one, Young Forever: The Secrets To Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life, challenges us to reimagine our biology and the entire process of ageing. In our conversation, Mark walks us through the 10 hallmarks of ageing, and explains what we can all practically do to influence them. He talks about the difference between our chronological age and our biological age and wants to reframe the idea that growing older means becoming frail, weak and less independent. In fact, Mark believes that as a society we have normalised what he calls ‘abnormal ageing'. We talk in detail about food and how our daily choices influence the speed at which we will age. Mark explains how all the chronic diseases of modern life – heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes and dementia – are in some way related to disturbances in how we regulate blood sugar. And he details the ‘wildfire of downstream effects' this can lead to - things like inflammation, increased belly fat and an increase in stress hormones. Mark also shares powerful research showing that we can reverse our biological age by up to three years in just eight weeks. We also cover the controversial topic of protein, the crucial need for resistance training as we get older, and what exactly Mark learned from visiting the Blue Zones – places around the world where the population naturally thrives into old age. Their default culture, he says, is a diet rich in whole foods and phyto-chemicals, a naturally active lifestyle, being socially connected and a strong sense of meaning. People who live well into old age, it seems, live close to the earth and each other. How's that for a health goal worth aspiring to?Support the podcast and enjoy Ad-Free episodes. Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/feelbetterlivemore or https://fblm.supercast.com.Thanks to our sponsors:https://www.vivobarefoot.com/livemorehttps://www.calm.com/livemorehttps://www.athleticgreens.com/livemoreShow notes https://drchatterjee.com/338DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast and on this webpage is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast or on my website. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Mark Hyman joins Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss his new book, Young Forever. He explores what happens as we age, how food, exercise, and movement play a role in healthy aging, why your mental health, stress, social connection, community, and purpose is so important when it comes to longevity, and what steps you can take to increase your longevity and health span. The post RHR: Unlocking the Keys to Longevity by Understanding the Root Causes of Aging, with Mark Hyman appeared first on Chris Kresser.
How do you stay younger longer? If you're like most people, you probably think of aging as a gradual physical and mental decline. It can be a scary prospect if you think it involves things like increased illness, chronic disease, and less independence. But that's not how aging has to be. I'm so excited to have Dr. Mark Hyman back on our show today. Dr. Hyman a practicing family physician, international speaker, educator, and fourteen-time New York Times bestselling author. He's here to talk about his newest book, Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life. The more we learn about longevity, the more aging gets redefined. It's possible to reverse the processes that are driving the chronic diseases of aging so that you can stay younger longer. If you want to stay as vibrant and functional for as long as possible, this episode is for you. ***If you're inspired, I want to invite you to join me in my brand NEW 10-day course, specifically designed to boost your productivity. I know it sounds too good to be true, but I give you step-by-step guides using the accelerated learning model to help you get more done and achieve your goals. Visit http://kwikbrain.com/productivity to join me today.***
The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
https://lewishowes.com/mindset - Order a copy of my new book The Greatness Mindset today!Dr. Mark Hyman is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized advocate in the field of Functional Medicine and a fourteen-time New York Times best-selling author. He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor's Farmacy. Check out Dr. Hyman's new book, ‘Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest LifeIn this episode you will learn, The 7 Core Biological Systems that underline disease.How your health is being affected by something as simple as a lightbulb.How to get your health-span to equal your lifespan.The impact a healthy love life has on your lifespan.For more, go to lewishowes.com/1396Listen to Mark's prior episodes here!How Food Heals or Harms Your Body, Aging & Mental Health: https://link.chtbl.com/1075-podBuild Your Health to Build Your Wealth: https://link.chtbl.com/916-podUse Food to Heal Your Body: https://link.chtbl.com/714-pod
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker, WHOOP, and BiOptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough. This week on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru welcomes Dr. Mark Hyman for part two of their conversation. This time, their discussion focuses on themes from Dr. Hyman's previous book, Food Fix, and the need for a radical shift in food policy. Dr. Mark Hyman is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in the field of Functional Medicine. He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor's Farmacy. His new book, Young Forever, is available for purchase everywhere on February 21 or for preorder here. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Mark Hyman dive into:-Dr. Hyman's latest take on the corruption in the food industry (0:58)-How industry-funded nutrition research yields biased outcomes (4:00)-Tufts University's Food Compass: what it is and why it went viral (18:43)-Potential solutions for fixing corruption in the food industry (38:05)-Why we need to reform food policy from the ground up (47:24)-Addressing the “obesity is genetic” segment on 60 Minutes (55:06)-Why healthy eating is not elitist (1:09:45)-Kindness, community, and coming together for change (1:19:44)Also mentioned in this episode:-Tamar Haspel's Tweet -EWG Good Food on a Tight Budget Shopping Guide-Young Forever, available for preorder here. For more on Dr. Mark Hyman, follow him on Instagram @drmarkhyman, YouTube @drmarkhyman, or his website, https://www.drhyman.com.InsideTracker provides detailed nutrition and lifestyle guidance based on your individual needs. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 20% off. Just go to https://www.insidetracker.com/DHRU to get your discount and try it out for yourself.WHOOP is a personalized digital fitness tracker and health coaching platform that monitors your physiology 24/7 and provides personalized recommendations based on what your body needs. To get yours, go to https://www.join.whoop.com and get 15% off your membership with code DHRU15.Magnesium Breakthrough really stands out from the other magnesium supplements out there. BiOptimizers is offering my community 10% off plus special gift with purchase, so just head over to https://www.magbreakthrough.com/dhru with code DHRU10. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Getting older is a natural part of the human lifespan. But getting older does not have to include common aging-related illnesses like neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular events, or osteoporosis. The key to feeling younger, stronger, and healthier lies in the choices we make every day, like our diet, movement practices, and our connection to others. Dr. Mark Hyman is one of the most influential voices in the field of functional medicine and a proponent for eating for health and longevity. He is the host of The Doctor's Farmacy Podcast, founder and director of the UltraWellness Center, and a repeat New York Times bestselling author. In his new book, Young Forever, Dr. Hyman outlines the body's innate healing mechanisms, the true causes of our common causes of death, and actionable steps you can take to prevent disease and promote longevity. Today, Dr. Hyman is back on The Model Health Show to share incredible insights on aging, longevity, and true health. You're going to learn key principles like the hallmarks of aging, the human body's natural healing pathways, and how to achieve optimal health through simple and accessible lifestyle changes. As always, Dr. Hyman is sharing the cutting-edge science, along with empowering lifestyle tips you can use to restore your health. In this episode you'll discover: The principles of longevity that we can learn from the Blue Zones. How having meaning and purpose can extend your lifespan. What phytochemicals are, and how they activate longevity switches. The difference between the science of disease and the science of health. What the hallmarks of aging are. The science of telomeres and how they impact lifespan. How to reset your body's innate healing pathways. The root causes of common chronic illnesses. What zombie cells are. The healing benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Why the timing of eating matters for longevity. The hunger-obesity paradox in the United States. Why food can be the most powerful medicine. The link between obesity and COVID-19 outcomes. What the epigenome is. Three things you can do to promote longevity. How to incorporate positive stress into your routine. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Young Forever by Dr. Mark Hyman Molecules of Emotion by Dr. Candace Pert The Link Between Coronavirus Deaths and Those French Fries – Boston Globe Connect with Dr. Mark Hyman Website / Podcast / Facebook / 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
Better Together with Maria Menounos
We all want to stay young forever and feel our best, right?! Know exactly the right things to eat to slow down the aging process...It's possible! Look no further than this episode with Dr. Mark Hyman! Dr. Hyman is a physician and thirteen-time #1 New York Times bestselling author who works tirelessly to teach the world how to heal their bodies and minds through tackling the root causes of chronic diseases. In this episode we learn the true number of Americans who are metabolically unhealthy (the number is shocking!), what zombie cells are and what they do to our bodies, how we are all becoming insulin resistant and what to do about it, and what exact supplements we SHOULD be taking. Get ready to learn everything you need to get yourself healthy, and reverse your biological aging. Dr. Hyman's Resources - Pre-Order the Book HERE: amazon.com/Young-Forever-Secrets-Longest-Healthiest/dp/0316453188 HEAL SQUAD SOCIALS IG: @HealSquad TikTok: @HealSquadxMaria APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/heal-squad-x-maria-menounos/id1320060107 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/2kXrmaNDQQ4i6prZe6LO89?si=19af23c6154943d0 HEAL SQUAD RESOURCES: Website: www.mariamenounos.com Curated Macy's Page: macys.com/healsquad Amazon Storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/mariamenounos Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/HealSquadxMariaMenounos ABOUT MARIA MENOUNOS: Emmy Award-winning journalist, TV personality, actress, 2x NYT best-selling author, former pro-wrestler and brain tumor survivor, Maria Menounos' passion is to see others heal and to get better in all areas of life. ABOUT HEAL SQUAD x MARIA MENOUNOS: A daily digital talk-show that brings you the world's leading healers, experts, and celebrities to share groundbreaking secrets and tips to getting better in all areas of life. DISCLAIMER: This Podcast and all related content [published or distributed by or on behalf of Maria Menounos or Mariamenounos.com] is for informational purposes only and may include information that is general in nature and that is not specific to you. Any information or opinions expressed or contained herein are not intended to serve as or replace medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe or treat any disease, condition, illness or injury, and you should consult the health care professional of your choice regarding all matters concerning your health, including before beginning any exercise, weight loss, or health care program. If you have, or suspect you may have, a health-care emergency, please contact a qualified health care professional for treatment. Any information or opinions provided by guest experts or hosts featured within website or on Company's Podcast are their own; not those of Maria Menounos or the Company. Accordingly, Maria Menounos and the Company cannot be responsible for any results or consequences or actions you may take based on such information or opinions.
The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
https://lewishowes.com/mindset - Order a copy of my new book The Greatness Mindset today! Triple-board certified nutrition expert and Fitness Hall of Famer JJ Virgin is a passionate advocate of eating and exercising smarter. JJ helps people stay fired up and healthy as they age, so they look and feel their best in their 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond.JJ is a prominent TV and media personality, whose previous features include co-host of TLC's Freaky Eaters, two years as the on-camera nutritionist for Weight Loss Challenges on Dr. Phil, and numerous appearances on PBS, Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, Access Hollywood, and the TODAY Show. She also speaks regularly and has shared the stage with notables including Seth Godin, Tony Robbins, Lisa Nichols, Gary Vaynerchuk, Mark Hyman, Dan Buettner, and Mary Morrissey.JJ is the author of four New York Times best sellers: The Virgin Diet, The Virgin Diet Cookbook, JJ Virgin's Sugar Impact Diet, and JJ Virgin's Sugar Impact Diet Cookbook. Her latest book, Warrior Mom: 7 Secrets to Bold, Brave Resilience, shows caregivers everywhere how to be strong, positive leaders for their families, while exploring the inspirational lessons JJ learned as she fought for her own son's life.JJ hosts the popular Ask the Health Expert podcast, with over 14 million downloads and growing. She regularly writes for Medium, Mind Body Green, and other major blogs and magazines. JJ is also a business coach who founded The Mindshare Summit, which has become the premier health-entrepreneur event and community. In this episode, you will learn:How to break out of your comfort zone.How to forgive your past mistakes, so that you can move forward.The mindset that will lead you on the path of escaping your depression.The keys to attracting abundance into your life.For more, go to www.lewishowes.com/1392Stop Sabotaging Your Relationships & Do This Instead: https://link.chtbl.com/1337-podThe High 5 Habit & The Secret To Motivation: https://link.chtbl.com/1170-podThe “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-pod
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
This episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth, Joovv, and Beekeeper's Naturals.Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Dr. Mark Hyman to talk about his new book, Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life. In this episode, Dr. Hyman shares what he learned from his time in the Blue Zones, reading the latest research on longevity and using the principles of Functional Medicine to reverse his biological age by nearly 25 years. Dr. Hyman is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in the field of Functional Medicine. He is the founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, Senior Advisor for the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, a 14-time New York Times bestselling author, and Board President for Clinical Affairs for The Institute for Functional Medicine. He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor's Farmacy. Dr. Hyman is a regular medical contributor to several television shows and networks, including CBS This Morning, Today, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN. He is also an advisor and guest co-host on The Dr. Oz Show.In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Mark Hyman dive into:-My top tools for assessing our biological age (1:49)-Why aging needs to be approached as a disease (10:23)-The Functional Medicine approach to aging (12:50)-The top three things that accelerate aging (16:05)-The ten hallmarks of aging (26:04)-Reversing aging through Functional Medicine (29:49)-Longevity hacks, pills, and supplements that get too much attention (32:27)-The food pyramid I use for my Pegan diet (38:03)-How much protein to eat for longevity (49:47)-Using lifestyle and hormesis to support longevity (53:58)-Reframing our concept of aging (1:02:24)-Celebrating aging and setting yourself up for success (1:07:19)Also mentioned in this episode:-Preorder Dr. Mark Hyman's book, Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life, here. For more on Dr. Mark Hyman, follow him on Instagram @drmarkhyman, YouTube @drmarkhyman, or his website, https://www.drhyman.com.Cozy Earth are the most comfortable, temperature-regulating, and nontoxic sheets on the market. Right now, get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to https://www.cozyearth.com and use code DHRU.Enhance your health with red and infrared LED light therapy with Joovv. Right now, Joovv is offering an exclusive offer on your first order. Head over to https://www.Joovv.com/dhru and apply my code DHRU.Right now, Beekeeper's Naturals is giving my community an exclusive offer. Just go to https://www.beekeepersnaturals.com/dhru and enter code “DHRU25” to get 25% off your first order. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
https://lewishowes.com/mindset - Order a copy of my new book The Greatness Mindset today!Dr. Mark Hyman is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized advocate in the field of Functional Medicine and a fourteen-time New York Times best-selling author. He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor's Farmacy. Check out Dr. Hyman's new book, ‘Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest LifeIn this episode you will learn, The five foods you should add into your diet for longevity.About the Hallmarks of Aging.Why Mindset and Thoughts are a key part of your life's longevity. How Altruism and Service are comparable to Heroin and Cocaine. For more, go to lewishowes.com/1375Listen to Mark's prior episodes here!How Food Heals or Harms Your Body, Aging & Mental Health: https://link.chtbl.com/1075-podBuild Your Health to Build Your Wealth: https://link.chtbl.com/916-podUse Food to Heal Your Body: https://link.chtbl.com/714-pod