Dr. Alexis Cowan is a Princeton-trained PhD in molecular biology who operates at the interface of physiology, metabolism, and nutrition. Here, she specializes in the design and implementation of targeted dietary and lifestyle protocols in areas including gut health, fat loss, metabolic flexibility, and cognition. Dr. Cowan works with medical professionals and coaches looking to expand their repertoire of evidence-informed approaches, as well as high-performing individuals seeking to optimize their health and performance. In this episode we discuss: • The metabolic effects of different diets • The scientific evidence around vegan & vegetarian diets • What is gastrointestinal health, and why it's important • Microbiome markers for optimal health This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker, LMNT, and 1stPhorm Alexis is offering all podcast listeners 30% off introductory consults ($84 for a one-hour session, normally $120). Just let Dr. Alexis know when you schedule the consult that you were referred by The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show! https://www.instagram.com/dralexisjazmyn/ (Alexis' Instagram) http://www.dralexisjazmyn.com (Alexis' Website) Mentioned in this episode: Visit 1st Phorm Website for Great Deals http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyon LMNT Sample Pack Get your free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchase: http://www.DrinkLMNT.com/DRLYON Inside Tracker 20% Off Get 20% Off the entire Inside Tracker store: http://www.insidetracker.com/drlyon
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Episode 123 - One of my good friends Sean Entin (A.K.A. The Stroke Hacker) recently had major breakthroughs with getting his body functions back by taking a product that replaces the redox signaling molecules that our bodies lose over time as we age. Sean can now see out of his left eye, his facial expressions are returning and the use of his left foot has improved. Probably the biggest benefit is that the agony with his body that he was feeling 24/7 has diminished! I thought it would be a very important episode for anyone living in agony or that is into anti-aging. We were fortunate enough to have Dr. David Silverman on the show to explain the science behind these wonderful little molecules that have been helping so many people feel amazing! I hope you get a lot out of this show and pay it forward to others! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To get your Redox Signaling Molecules go to: https://healthhero.myasealive.com/ Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit : Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you've ever wanted to know what the "microbiome" is and the role it plays in your health overall, then this is the episode for you! Karin van Vliet works with Super Synbiotics in Singapore - a Swedish health supplement that combines probiotics (bacteria) and prebiotics (fibre). We discussed - what is the microbiome? - the signs and symptoms of an unbalanced gut flora - inflammation triggers in the gut - the gut/brain relationship - quick hacks to improving your gut microbiome https://supersynbiotics.sg/ SEXYAGEING WEBSITE SEXYAGEING COURSE - use the code "sexyageing10" for 10% off the course EMAIL TRACY: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tracy-minnoch/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tracy-minnoch/support
The microbiome is the second brain of the horse, meaning it is responsible for far more than just digesting forage! Catch the audio replay of Dr. Nichol's talk from the 2022 EquiSUMMIT virtual conference. You can now follow @drjyme on Facebook and Instagram! Please tell your friends how #feedroomchemist has made you an #empoweredhorseowner! Show Notes: · Watch the full webinar with slides by registering at www.attendequisummit.com …. If you have a topic or question you would like addressed on a future episode please email email@example.com Dr. Jyme Nichols is Director of Nutrition for Bluebonnet Feeds and Stride Animal Health. For more information on these brands or a free virtual nutrition consult from our team just visit bluebonnetfeeds.com/nutrition-consult --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/feedroomchemist/message
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This week we chat with Dr. Tom O'Bryan, the Sherlock Holmes of chronic disease and founder of TheDr.com. We discuss possible root causes of autoimmune disease, focusing on environmental toxins, food sensitivities and more. Dr. Tom teaches us that recognizing and addressing the underlying mechanism that activates an immune response is the map to the highway towards better health. On What The Health?!: Do I maca you horny? Go to getreds.com/FUNC to unlock your offer of a free Metabolic Greens with your purchase of Metabolic Reds! Use code FUNC for 20% off all products and lab tests at https://equi.life. Use code FUNC for $500 off tuition at Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. Follow Dr. Tom O'Bryan on IG @dr.tomobryan Follow us on IG @whatthefunc
Today's episode is proudly sponsored by Paleovalley Organic Supergreens, a delicious blend of 23 organic superfoods to energize your body! Paleovalley Organic Supergreens uses only the finest, most bioavailable superfoods, helping your body absorb those valuable vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes found in each delicious serving. Paleovalley Organic Supergreens is a certified organic, gut-friendly, and nutrient-rich drink you and your kids are sure to love! Hurry and grab yours from Paleovalley.com and be sure to use code JOCKERS at checkout for an extra 15% off! BIG NEWS! Dr. Jockers just released his BRAND NEW book on Fasting! It's called — The Fasting Transformation: A Functional Guide To Burn Fat, Heal Your Body, And Transform Your Life With Intermittent And Extended Fasting. AND… we're so excited that it's now available on AMAZON! We'd love your support. (And if you like the book) I know he'd appreciate a review too! Claim Your Copy Here Every individual's body is designed in a unique way, hence its needs and compositions are also unique. This is what inspired Dr. Matthew Dawson to innovate on a unique approach to personal health care through precision medicine. He believes that anyone can achieve optimum performance if we adopt the right lifestyle, diet, and nutrition to befit our unique needs. This can be done through data analysis drawn-out per individual. Studies have proven that not everything that works for the majority works for everybody and if careful attention is also given to the minority, their issues with their health can also be addressed. Get to know more about this new approach to healthcare and understand how it can work for you as an individual. Or if you're a practitioner, how it can give you an edge over other practitioners in treating your patients. “We treat patients in our regular system based on statistics and epidemiology. One says ‘do this because the study says it works,' when what the study's saying is that it works for 60, 70, or 80% of people. You're not 70-80% of people, you're you.” -Dr. Matthew Dawson Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio In This Episode: - Learn how precision medicine deviates from the traditional paradigm in medicine and why “precision” is key to holistic treatment. - These are the key lab markers that need to be checked to determine the best type of diet and lifestyle recommendation that works in addressing the problem. - Contrary to what previous research is saying, a study has proven that caffeine is not always good for everybody. Understand how caffeine works on fast metabolizers versus slow metabolizers. - There are minor conditions that can be resolved by lifestyle changes, diet, and supplements, but it helps to first understand what unique lifestyle and diet work for specific individuals—based on their DNA, blood labs, and microbiome. - Data is important in matters concerning accurate analysis and diagnosis of an individual's condition. - Learn how an AI-driven platform can help trim down the long hours it takes to treat a patient and level up your game in the medical field. Resources: - Paleovalley Supergreens – Use Code JOCKERS for 15% off - The Fasting Transformation by Dr. David Jockers - Wild Health – Use Code JOCKERS to get 20% off health coaching and 20% off fellowship mentoring program for practitioners Connect with Dr. Matthew Dawson: -Website – https://www.wildhealth.com/ -Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/wildhealthmd/ -LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/wildhealth -Podcast– https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wild-health-podcast/id1443966713 Connect with Dr. Jockers: - Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ - Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers - YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers - Website – https://drjockers.com/ - If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/
Episode 122 - If you were not aware that wheat and products made from wheat are destroying your health then pay attention cause you're about to get healthier fast! In this episode, I interviewed Dr. William Davis a cardiologist who wrote the book “Wheat Belly”. Dr Davis lost his mother to heart disease and the treatments offered by western medicine. This sent him on a journey to discover a different way to approach heart disease which led him to wheat. In this interview, you are going to learn some of the substances in wheat besides gluten that is just plain terrible to the human body. Everybody that cares about their health just a little should take this information to heart and take action to avoid consuming wheat at all costs. Over the last 11 years, I can testify that besides myself I have witnessed hundreds of people improve their health and their children's health dramatically when they stopped consuming wheat. Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To contact Dr. Davis go to: https://drdavisinfinitehealth.com/ Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit: Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” to save 15% CLICK HERE Non-Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Hallie chats with Dr. Staci Whitman, a holistic oral health educator and functional dentist. Dr. Staci explains functional dentistry, the importance of the oral microbiome, airway and sleep health. They discuss steps parents and providers can take to get patients on the right track and Dr. Staci shares 3 super simple tips for improved oral health that everyone can implement today!Please click here to download the show notes.For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Dennis M. Bier MD Young Career Editor Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD speaks with a distinguished team of authors about their recent work published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition titled “Metagenomic profile of the fecal microbiome of preterm infants consuming mother's own milk with bovine milk-based fortifier or infant formula: a cross-sectional study”. In this episode, we dive into the rationale for this newest work examining the relationship between the mode of feeding for preterm infants and the metagenomic potential of their microbiome, as well as discussing emerging methods for characterizing the microbiome composition and function and the challenges of identifying how environmental factors influence this. Be sure to connect with us! AJCN: @AJCNutrition; Dr. Klatt: @kcklatt. Find all of the publications from the American Society for Nutrition (@nutritionorg; @jnutritionorg) at our website: https://nutrition.org/publications/.
In this episode of healthHackers®, Meenal Lele - medical researcher, author of ‘The Baby and The Biome,' allergy mom, and founder CEO of Lil Mixins - spoke to me about:
World Microbiome Day takes place tomorrow June 27th. The theme this year is celebrating the important role microbes play in the health of humans, animals, plants, oceans and the entire planet. Pharmacist Oonagh O'Hagan joins Clare to tell us about it and how you can mind you microbiome Clare speaks to Clinical psychologist Dr Eddie Murphy about social anxiety And we hear from an author who wishes to remain anonymous but who has written a book about this experience of returning home to mind his ageing parents – The Reluctant Carer
Stress is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the world.This is not my opinion but the consensus of a 2015 meta-analysis study published in the Frontiers of Immunology.It concluded that stress-induced intestinal permeability and the leaking of endotoxins as a result of that, leading to chronic low-grade inflammation, was the number one cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide.Stress is the most toxic thing that happens to our system at the cellular level. It is a big driver of dysfunction by negatively impacting our microbiome, which we noted is closely connected to the immune system.In addition to stress, overuse of antibiotics and pesticides are some of the other big things that harm our microbiome and, in extension, our immune system, making us vulnerable to chronic illnesses.But as we always say in this podcast, there is HOPE.There are some simple steps you can take to improve the diversity of your microbiome to protect yourself.Kiran Krishnan articulately takes us through this process and advises on some things we can do. Tune in!Key Takeaways- Stress-induced intestinal permeability (01:33)- Why stress is the leading cause of mortality (03:00)- Gut-brain axis (06:23)- The role of the microbiome in controlling the stress response signaling (13:30)- Things you can do to improve your microbiome (19:13)- Spore based probiotics (25:24)Additional Resources: Connect with Kiran Krishnan:- Microbiome Labs- Instagram ---- Do you want to improve your physical health? Learn More Here---------You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
Today's episode is the second presentation from our virtual Spring 2022 Free Herbalism Project which took place online March 11. Functional Medicine, Family Medicine, and Emergency Department Physician, Dr. Crystal Dawn Silas, presents “What Is the Microbiome and How to Nourish It.” Every creature on this planet has evolved within our Earth's microbial soup, and humankind is no exception. Microbes have always lived in us and on us. We are superorganisms of microbial and mammalian cells that have co-evolved over time. Our biology has evolved to rely on microbes to influence those metabolic functions that have not been encoded within the human genome. During this hour Dr. Crystal Dawn will discuss those lifestyle choices, foods and herbs that nourish a wholesome microbiome that positively signals our genetic program towards repair and restore. Dr. Crystal Dawn Silas is an intuitive, information-rich, dynamic, inspirational healer/speaker/leader. She is a Functional Medicine, Family Medicine and Emergency Department Physician with over 20 years of infusing botanical medicines and other integrative approaches to create her unique healing modalities. Crystal Dawn inspires those everyday lifestyle choices that enhance the body/mind/spirit's innate ability to renew itself towards a luminous well being and wholesomeness. Dr Crystal Dawn is a world nomad, whose compassionate yet provocative paradigms has been shifting lives around the planet for decades. Watch the entire virtual Spring 2022 Free Herbalism Project on our YouTube channel and follow along with Dr. Crystal Dawn's slides. Dr. Crystal Dawn Silas is a guest writer for our recently released Spring 2022 Journal. Sign up here to receive your free, sustainably printed copy and read up on the mircobiome. Visit Dr. Crystal Dawn Silas at: https://www.instagram.com/drcrystaldawn/ https://www.facebook.com/Drcrystaldawn Join our community! Subscribe to the Mountain Rose Herbs newsletter Subscribe to Mountain Rose Herbs on YouTube Follow on Instagram Like on Facebook Follow on Pinterest Follow on Twitter Read the Mountain Rose Herbs blog Follow on TikTok Strengthening the bonds between people and plants for a healthier world. Mountain Rose Herbs www.mountainroseherbs.com
This week, we are bringing our BONUS Patreon episode to everyone to highlight some sexy science! Megan was just named the Western States Research Co-Director, and our celebration is to bring you some research updates in hot-tub conversation format. We start with reviewing two fascinating talks at the medical conference on hyponatremia/hydration and how the gut microbiome may influence performance and health. Then, we examine some BREAKING NEWS SCIENCE from Dr. Marshall Burke on how heat impacts performance, and what that means for time predictions for this year's race. If you want to have access to these weekly bonus episodes (plus a newsletter, fun videos, and more!), subscribe to our Patreon: patreon.com/swap We love you all! HUZZAH!
In today's episode, Dr. Carrie Jones is joined by Dr. Heather Zwickey, an immunologist/microbiologist, Researcher, Speaker, Mentor, and Director of Communication and Innovation at Thaena. They discuss the difference between prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics for your gut health. Dr. Heather Zwickey has a Ph.D. in Immunology and Microbiology from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. In 2003, Dr. Zwickey launched the Helfgott Research Institute at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland. She also established the School of Graduate Studies, developing Master's programs in research, nutrition, and global health among others. Currently, Dr. Zwickey co-leads an NIH-funded clinical research training program and is the Director of Communication and Innovation at Thaena.
Join us as we discuss Kambo Medicine Therapy with Todd Shipman. So what is Kambo and why are we talking about it? Kambo is a non-psychoactive traditional amazonian medicine and is legal in the United States. Kambo's secretions, while used as a defense mechanism, and deadly to most animals, provide many health benefits for humans. The secretion is then applied through superficial burns that are made into the skin. Our interest in Kambo, aside from its wide ranging applications, lies in the positive effects on the microbiome. While more studies are needed in this area of Kambo research, many people with gut issues, Lyme, parasites, constipation, SIBO, stress etc. find immense relief in their symptoms when they do Kambo. Some find relief after one session and some do it a couple of times a year. Episode Takeaways: What is Kambo? The sweat that comes from a large tree frog in the amazon It's a defense mechanism to them, but to humans it has several healing properties The sweat contains bioactive peptides It is considered non-psychoactive It is applied fresh off of the frog on to the person's skin Historical use Tribes in the amazon use Kambo to Magnify their senses prior to hunting Correctional behavior of children Attract a mate Fertility How is Kambo sourced? From tribes in the amazon Kambo samples can be good for a couple of years What are the benefits? Beneficial Peptides like Dermorphin - stronger than morphine Dermaseptin - strongest natural antiviral, antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal And many more Deltorphin, Phyllokinin, Phyllomedusin, Adenoregulein, Phyllokinin, Phyllocarulein, Caerulein and Sauvagine and more… Many people with health challenges like lyme, parasites, addiction, depression, anxiety, fertility, fatigue, and stress experience improvements after using Kambo Some people use it to increase athletic endurance and to enhance their energy and performance Early research shows benefits are sustained up to 3 months out Dosing First, find a seasoned practitioner who is familiar with the specific challenges you wish to improve There are specific dosing considerations for different challenges, ailments, goals You should NEVER try Kambo on your own without guidance What is the mechanism? Several different peptides are at work in the … Central nervous system Digestive system Lymphatic system Endocrine system Microbiome benefits - there are 5 peptides that seem to benefit the microbiome Some help release trauma which helps gut performance almost immediately Some promote calmness which helps to release people from a state of constant fight or flight Some stimulate myoelectric activity And some reset the liver What is the ceremony or experience like? Focus on calming first Starts with breath work A calming tobacco is offered Meditate on goals A small dot to burn to expose skin is applied to a designated area Fasting for 5-8 hours takes place prior Drink 2 liters of water within 5 minutes to start the Kambo 9 out of 10 people experience within the first minute elevated heart rate Then become flushed and hot, then you become pale Then purging happens 2-3 times is pretty common Once the Kambo is removed from the skin, recovery happens within minutes Many experience an emotional release How can someone find a safe Kambo practice Look for practitioners who have been through extensive training Never do it by yourself Great resources - Kambofinder.com or Kambointernational.com Safety - DO NOT DO IT IF YOU ARE Pregnant Embolism Prone to seizures (some caveats here) Liver disease The list goes on … speak to a professional before you try Kambo Connect with Scott: Website Instagram: @Biohackertodd Connect with Kiran Krishnan and Dr. Nicole Beurkens on... Instagram: better.biome Facebook: better biome Instagram: Dr. Nicole Instagram: Kiran Krishnan Website: BetterBiome.com Website: DrBeurkens.com
In today's episode, I'm chatting with Dr. Vanessa Méndez, a triple board-certified gastroenterologist, internist, and lifestyle medicine physician specializing in digestive disorders including liver disease and inflammatory bowel diseases, and nutrition based-disorders, such as obesity and constipation. Her approach to patients and their diseases is holistic and comprehensive; her goal is not just to treat the symptoms, but to get to the root cause of an ailment and provide lasting relief. All her methods are evidence-based and she is a proponent of lifestyle changes first to promote wellness. In 2021, Dr. Méndez co-founded Planted Forward, a multi-specialty integrative telemedicine practice where healers can best serve their patients through the power of evidence-based, lifestyle, and integrative medicine. In this episode, Dr. Méndez and I dive deep into the topic of gut health as we explore the process of digestion, the gut microbiome and its functions, factors affecting the health of our microbiome, the link between stress, disease, and the microbiome, common causes of gut imbalances and their effects on the body, why your supplements may be causing more harm than good, improving gut diversity through nutrition, the best diet for gut health, tips for dealing with bloating/gas from plant-based foods, and how much is a healthy amount to poop every day. This episode has so much valuable information that you might want to listen to it twice! Thank you for listening! For more from Dr. Méndez: https://www.drvanessamendez.com https://www.plantedforward.com @plantbasedgutdoc on Instagram Make sure to follow the show on Instagram @thoughts.on.thriving and now on TikTok @thoughtsonthriving for more content! https://www.instagram.com/thoughts.on.thriving/ https://www.tiktok.com/@thoughtsonthriving Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Constipated? Hear about lifestyle level interventions you can do by yourself to help get your pipes flowing again in this rebroadcast of episode 37 from December, 2020 with Integrative Dietitian and bestselling author of “Cavewomen Don't Get Fat,” Esther Blum, RD. Lindsey Parsons, your host, helps clients solve gut issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally. Take her quiz to see which stool or functional medicine test will help you find out what's wrong. She's a Certified Health Coach at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or reach her via email at email@example.com to set up a free 30-minute Gut Healing Breakthrough Session. Show Notes
We live in a time where there is more nutrition advice available than ever before, and yet there is still so much confusion when it comes to what we really should be eating for optimal health. Low fat, high fat, paleo, vegan, vegetarian, keto … the list goes on. But these diets have more in common than they do differences. They all empathize greater intake of plant foods, which we now know helps prevent disease, promote heart health, feed our gut microbiome, reduce inflammation, and so many more health benefits. Joining us with all the answers is Simon Hill - nutritionist, physiotherapist, and plant-based advocate. In this episode, Simon explains the science around nutrition as well as the benefits of a plant-based diet, and the action we need to take as individuals through our diets, to create better health outcomes and clear the confusion on what will be best for us in the long-term. Simon is ultimately about empowering individuals with important information about food and their diet so that they can make the best choices for themselves and the planet. An important and powerful conversation for all of us to regain our confidence around food. Head to https://www.foodmatters.com/podcast/episode-53 for the show notes. Join the Food Matters newsletter: https://www.foodmatters.com/signup/podcast Follow us on Instagram: @foodmatters
Get ready for an action-packed episode with three mini-talks from Dr Gundry about the three WORST fasting trends to avoid, drinks that are MOST harmful to your health (and which drinks are Dr Gundry approved), plus simple tricks to optimize your energy levels! Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/worst-fasting-trends/ Thank you to our sponsors! Check them out: Clear your congestion and sinus pain drug-free. Head over to tivichealth.com and use code GUNDRY22 to get $20 off plus free shipping. Join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries! Visit Thrivemarket.com/GundryPodcast. For a limited time, you can save $3.00 off each GuruNanda Pulling Oil purchased exclusively at Walmart. To redeem, grab your GuruNanda Pulling Oil at Walmart, and Checkout using the 51 Savings App. For all your premium blue light-blocking and EMF protection needs, go to boncharge.com and use the code BONCHARGE to save 25% off your entire order. Quote your car insurance at progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive
William W. Li, MD, is an internationally renowned physician, scientist, and author of the New York Times best seller “Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself.” His groundbreaking work has led to the development of more than 30 new medical treatments and impacts care for more than 70 diseases, including cancer, diabetes, blindness, heart disease, and obesity. His TED talk, “Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?” has garnered more than 11 million views, and he has appeared on: Good Morning America, CNN, CNBC, and The Dr. Oz Show, and he has been featured in USA Today, Time Magazine, The Atlantic, and O, Magazine. He is president and medical director of the Angiogenesis Foundation, and is leading research into Covid-19.What makes food so good to fight disease 1:59Macronutrients vs phytonutrients 5:53Refortifying different foods and the benefits of legumes 9:49Antinutrients and lectins 18:31Glymphatic system 27:17The gut microbiome is an ecosystem 35:41Can vegetables or fruits be unhealthy? 39:57“What's something we can feed our gut that's really good? That might be in the middle aisle. It turns out legumes, beans are actually incredibly important. In fact, beans are one of the foods that are commonly in the so-called blue zones where people live long and prosper at the same time. There's like 5 of them around the world. Legumes are one of the core things.” 15:19https://drwilliamli.com/https://feelbrilliant.com/
Show Summary: “Good oral health is good gut health.”How often do we consider the relationship between our oral health and gut health? Turns out, that lots of our oral activities affect the nature of our gut health – from brushing our teeth, flossing, and even the kind of food that we eat.There are also many things to take into consideration: what should we be looking for when it comes to dental products? Are we protected enough? How can we take care of our oral and gut health while being mindful of the impact of these products on our environment?In this week's episode, we are joined by our special guest Dr. Jim Ellis, an amazing dentist in Ogden and owner of The Oral Care Club. He shares with us the different chemicals to look out for that are harmful to our teeth, good habits that nourish our oral environment, and the difference between cleaning our teeth versus creating good oral health.We were also able to talk about the features of his amazing dental health resource, The Oral Care Club, wherein you can browse through his sustainable and environmental-friendly dental products and other brands that truly care about our dental hygiene.So please tune in and invite as many people as possible, as we take on a fascinating conversation with Dr. Ellis that leads to a positive change in our overall oral and gut health.Exceptional Highlights:If our oral health is poor, we're essentially damaging our gut health and our ability to digest food correctly.Cleaning off the gunk is one thing, but nourishing the tissues and the oral microbiome is a great reward all the way downstream.Make the habit of brushing and flossing teeth a family affair to get kids involved so they can enjoy taking care of their teeth.Get the MOST COMFORTABLE SLEEP YOU NEED! Get your Cozy Earth Bamboo Sheets now with a 35% discount using the code "GUTSY"Show Highlights:Aside from brushing and flossing, how else can we contribute to a healthy oral microbiome?Dr. Ellis 7:45Getting the garbage out of your mouth is number one. But you must also look at your overall health, are there prescriptions you're taking that affect your salivary flow rate? Are you getting yeast infections in your mouth? Do you have a dry mouth?Chemicals in our toothpaste are bad for usDr. Ellis 6:19Sodium lauryl sulfate is the number one foaming agent found in toothpaste. Big manufacturers put these harsh chemicals in our toothpaste because they're cheap.Get the MOST COMFORTABLE SLEEP YOU NEED! Get your Cozy Earth Bamboo Sheets now with a 35% discount using the code "GUTSY"Dr. Ellis 19:48Titanium dioxide makes things bleach white. You don't want that. And a lot of toothpaste has artificial sugars like saccharides.Causes of bad bacteria in our mouthsDr. Ellis 1 10:03Unnatural added sugars in our daily diet. Bad bacteria thrive in sugar and we're basically feeding the bad bacteria in our mouth and stomach with sugar.Dry mouth epidemicDr. Ellis 13:58Your mouth needs to be wet and moist, otherwise, your tissues are going to dry out and you're going to get cavities and fragile teeth.Get the MOST COMFORTABLE SLEEP YOU NEED! Get your Cozy Earth Bamboo Sheets now with a 35% discount using the code "GUTSY"Sponsor Link:cozyearth.comImportant Links:The Oral Care ClubJim Ellis, DDS
This week we chat with Dr. Tabatha Barber, aka The Gutsy Gynecologist. A triple board-certified OB/GYN physician who specializes in using functional medicine as her primary way for treating women's health, Dr. Barber shares with us some pretty gutsy stuff, including her story of becoming a teenage mother. We go deep, and she makes us think about things like, does gut health affect fertility? Is drinking alcohol connected to hormonal imbalance? And does hormonal birth control affect who we're attracted to? Sign up here for her group program that starts 7/10/22. On What The Health?!: DTSM? Down to swap microbiome? Go to getreds.com/FUNC to unlock your offer of a free Metabolic Greens with your purchase of Metabolic Reds! Use code FUNC for 20% off all products and lab tests at https://equi.life. Use code FUNC for $500 off tuition at Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. Follow Dr. Tabatha Barber on IG @thegutsygynecologist Follow us on IG @whatthefunc
This week, Joy chats with Meg De Jong, a holistic nutritionist whose areas of expertise include nutrition for anxiety and gut health. Her deepest desire is to support people in truly thriving in their bodies and minds. She teaches her clients to eat in a more self loving way that helps them feel grounded, calm, and nourished, while addressing underlying health imbalances that can worsen anxiety. Meg went through many of her own health challenges, which led to her work ensuring that fewer people are left confused and struggling like she once was. In this episode she discusses factors that increase your risk of developing anxiety, how hormones impact mental health, and the foods and nutrients you can incorporate to support your body and mind. She highlights the importance of being gentle with yourself and pursuing a balanced approach to managing your anxiety that includes body-loving lifestyle tips. After hearing Meg speak you will be filled with hope and optimism for an anxiety-free future! If you struggle with anxiety, you won't want to miss a moment of this chat. This episode is packed with gentle, but actionable tips that you can start incorporating straight away to nourish your body and feed your soul to support optimal mental health. Grab your favourite cup of nervous-system soothing tea, settle in with your notebook, and get ready to learn how to thrive! Episode Highlights: Why learning nutritional tips to manage anxiety are more important than ever. Why it's important to approach managing anxiety in different ways. Meg's health journey, which included an eating disorder, OCD, and anxiety. Her experience with medication and the path she took to support her body. How Cognitive Behaviour Therapy played a crucial role in her healing journey. Why coffee can be a trigger for anxiety and why you shouldn't quit cold turkey. What factors can put you at an increased risk of developing anxiety. The connection between IBS and anxiety. How your hormones can contribute to anxiety. Why women are twice as likely to develop anxiety over men. The role of the gut/brain axis and why it matters. Foods that can make anxiety symptoms worse. What the Standard American Diet is and why it doesn't support mental health. How the microbiome can impact neurotransmitter production. The connection between gut inflammation and brain inflammation in mental health. The role of undiagnosed food allergies (such as gluten, dairy, etc.) in contributing to anxiety. How removing alcohol when you're struggling with acute anxiety can improve your mood and gut health. Why elimination diets are so helpful for determining food allergies. How she encourages her clients to mindfully pay attention to labels and food additives to discover links between food and mood. The power of intuition combined with working with a practitioner when figuring out triggers. How nutrition school helped her make peace with food and her body. How she balances food fear and education to empower her clients to make the best choices for themselves. The importance of finding the balance between soul nourishment and foods that make us feel good. Why you shouldn't get your health advice solely from instagram. Meg's 4 Pillars of how to Eat to Ease Anxiety. Foods and nutrients Meg recommends her clients take for anxiety. Why fermented foods should be a part of any anxiety-reducing diet. The importance of rebuilding our nutrient stores after stress to support brain health. The connection between vitamin D deficiency and anxiety. Meg's favourite herb to recommend for anxiety. Her favourite before bed tea (hint- our TLC Tea contains Meg's fave sleepy time herb!) Which lifestyle habits can contribute to anxiety. How getting into nature can calm the nervous system. The importance of community and connection when supporting mental health. Why you need to find the purpose that feeds your soul. How pesticides such as glyphosate can contribute to anxiety. The powerful benefits of growing your own herbs. Resources: Meg De Jong on Instagram Meg De Jong on TikTok Work with Meg De Jong Eat to Ease Anxiety Online Program FREE Eat to Ease Anxiety Guide Grounded and Glowing Retreat Deets Get Growing Food Online Course Delicious Recipes from the Blog! More about Joyous Health: Check out our award-winning blog Joyous Health Check out Joy's bestselling cookbooks Sign up for the Joyous Health newsletter Follow Joyous Health on Instagram Find Joyous Health on Facebook Learn more about The Joyous Health Business Program Check out our full line of Natural & Organic Haircare and Body Care. Join Joy's Hair Care Challenge at Natural Hair Care Challenge Explore Joyous Health Kids at Joyous Health Kids
Episode 121 - I have had many medical professionals on the show speaking out against the current hospital protocols because they are not working and even worse people are dying from them. In this episode I interviewed Scott Schara, the father of Grace Schara, who was a 19 year old girl with Down's Syndrome. Grace went into the hospital for treatment and ended up dying there. Scott was tipped off by some of the nurses working at the hospital that his daughter should not have died which led him to investing over 600 hours researching the hospital protocol that was administered to his daughter. What he found is shocking and since that discovery Scott started a non profit to educate others especially parents on what's really going on inside the hospitals these days and what you can do to protect yourself and your family. Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To contact Scott Schara go to: https://ouramazinggrace.net/home Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit : Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Microbiome science is a fast-growing field and Indiana is home to a new company focused on innovation in animal health based on the microbial communities in animals and the surrounding environment. This week, we are joined by Aaron Schacht, CEO of BiomEdit, a company launched by Elanco and Ginkgo Bioworks in 2021. He talks about the criticality of microbiome science in creating healthier animals, the value of revisiting innovative ideas that were once passed over and BiomEdit's need to continue growing their team.
Alessio Fasano, MD, is the W. Allan Walker Chair of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition and Chief of the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. His visionary research, which established the rate of celiac disease at one in 133 people, led to the awareness of celiac disease as a growing public health problem in the United States. Dr. Fasano founded the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment in 1996, where he treats adults and children for gluten-related disorders.
Episode 24 - Importance of a healthy microbiomePlease Rate , Review, & Follow this podcast to get updates.This episode continues education on self-management of fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions. Food and nutrition are an essential part of your well-being. Proper nutrition is also essential if you have autoimmune diseases, like lupus or RA, or other chronic disorders.Today I am discussing the importance of a healthy microbiome. We talk about the complexity of the GI tract, what the microbiome is, and the role it plays in your health and fibro symptoms. I will cover the terms such as microbiome, microbiota, microbial diversity, dysbiosis, leaky gut probiotics, and prebiotics. I will also provide an overview of the gut and healthy microbiome style of eating. These are a few slides I pulled from the modules on the gut repair of my Mindful Eating course - you can view it on YouTube - the YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHmh3SkdrrBhS--I6_8IJAQ Direct link to the episode https://youtu.be/GAhfSselWOEIf you are interested in the course, you can sign up for the waitlist on my website. - WAITLIST Mindful Eating for Autoimmune conditions, chronic pain, and fibromyalgia course. (https://www.rheumcoach.com/mindfuleatingwaitlist).YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHmh3SkdrrBhS--I6_8IJAQPlease email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you try it or if you have questions. I would love to hear from you.If you are not part of my newsletter, please sign up; the link to sign up is on my website https://www.rheumcoach.com/ www.rheumcoach.com - my websitewww.rheumcoach.com/FibroCard - Download your FREE copy of the "Fibromyalgia is real" postcard to share with your family & friendswww.FaceBook/com/rheumcoach - lots more information about fibroFollow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rheumcoach/Disclaimer: This podcast provides information only and does not provide any medical or psychological services or advice. None of the content on this podcast prevents, cures, or treats any mental or medical condition.
It might come as a surprise to you to know that you are a walking, talking rainforest. With the huge number of organisms coexisting in every inch of your body, you are as diverse as a rainforest. In fact, these organisms outnumber human cells.These organisms together make up the microbiome, which controls so much of our health. A vast majority of chronic illnesses can be traced back to dysfunction in our microbiome. This is because your microbiome and immune system are closely connected. For the immune system to respond to a pathogen, it must get the signal from the microbiome. Kiran likens the microbiome to the neighborhood watch.The epidemic of chronic illnesses and allergies has a likely connection with the deteriorating reality of our microbiome environment. Tune in to Part 1 of this conversation to connect the dots on the microbiome, innate immunity, and the epidemic of chronic illnesses.Key Takeaways- Why microbes rule the world (02:03)- Symbiosis and dysbiosis of the microbiome (08:18)- The largest organ in the body is not the skin but the mucosal lining (14:15)- How innate natural immunity works (15:31)- How your immune system responds to a novel virus (16:52)- The role of antibodies in your immune response (19:30)- Impact of leaky gut on immune response (22:52)Additional Resources: Connect with Kiran Krishnan- Microbiome Labs- Instagram ---ditchthequickfix.com/Do you want to improve your physical health? Learn More Here---------You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
In today's episode we discuss: - Why your oral microbiome is important for optimal gut health - What type of things are harmful to your oral microbiome - Why you shouldn't use flouride - Natural remedies to improve your oral and gut microbiome such as oil pulling, tongue scraping, and mouth breathing Work with Dr. Seb: https://www.wonderofwellness.co.uk/workshop Dr. Seb's instagram @biological_dentist Work with Erin: email@example.com Purchase Erin's cookbooks or lab tested CBD: nutritionrewired.com Research: Mercury fillings: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6466133/ Gut-mouth connection: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8125773/ Oral biofilms: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5834367/
In this podcast, we discuss the microbiome, how the microbiome has an effect on health, and how changes to the microbiome can effect cancer and responses to therapy. This is a rapidly evolving area of study. Dr. Jennifer Mcqaude is a Physician Scientist and Assistant Professor in Melanoma Medical Oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Her research focuses on lifestyle factors and their influence on melanoma biology, the anti-tumor immune response, as well as studies of integrative therapies for symptom control in cancer. Dr. McQaude also holds a Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, which she obtained during her time in China as a Fullbright Fellow.
Dr. Ernst and Dr. Demczar discuss how the Microbiome, those small bacteria in your gut, can cause IIP (increased intestinal permeability, AKA “Leaky Gut”) and how to repair the intestine to reset your thyroid levels naturally. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The key to healing your gut is understanding the root cause of the symptoms contributing to your gut issues. Bloating, gas, fatigue, constipation, diarrhea, skin issues, and even food sensitivities, are accepted as the norm in today's society. In fact, many people put up with these uncomfortable symptoms for most of their lives without understanding why they are there. The truth is that the presence of these symptoms is your body's way of communicating to you that there is a deeper issue. However, there are ways that you can take control of the health of your gut, so that you can thrive and heal from health challenges such as leaky gut, IBS, autoimmune disease, and even depression, anxiety, and low mood. In this episode, Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, Qualified MD and Gastroenterologist, author of Fiber Fuelled, the Fiber Fuelled cookbook, and founder of PlantFed Gut.com; joins me to discuss a holistic approach to healing the gut through diet, by restoring the microbiome with good bacteria allowing your body to innately heal itself. In this week's episode with Dr. Will you'll discover: The link between managing anxiety and depression through diet Foods to include and avoid for a healthy gut Healing from IBS, Crohn's Disease, leaky gut, and other related gut concerns Relieving brain fog and finding clarity How your digestion is reliant on healthy microbiomes and gut health Which non-food practices are also beneficial for a healthy microbiome The benefits of a high fiber diet & the different types of fiber available to you How the diversity of plants in your diet can lead to a healthy gut microbiome And so much more! Episode resources: Learn more about Dr. Will (website) Learn More about Dr. Will's Book - Fiber Fuelled Follow Dr. Will on Instagram (instagram) 5 Foods to nourish the gut microbiome (article) If you enjoyed this podcast, please share it with your friends and family on social media or leave a comment. We'd love to hear from you, and hear about your experience. We'll see you next time!
This week we chat with Dr. Joy Kong, triple board-certified physician, anti-aging and stem cell specialist, and founder of the the Uplyft Longevity Center. She tells us about her journey from Beijing to the US and how she came to become one of the leaders in stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine. She shares some of the ways stem cell therapy is helping people make miraculous progress, from alcohol addiction to psoriasis and more. On What The Health?!: Food as anxiety and depression medicine? Use code FUNC for 20% off all products and lab tests at https://equi.life. Use code FUNC for $500 off tuition at Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. Follow Dr. Joy Kong on IG @dr_joy_kong @uplyftcenter Follow us on IG @whatthefunc
Episode 120 - Mother nature is so cool! The earth puts off a magnetic frequency that is constantly charging up our cells and increasing blood flow. Unfortunately that is only when we are in contact with our bare skin. This is referred to as “Grounding” or “Earthing”. Now lets tie this in to our guest, Shawn Dreben. Shawn has been a professional fitness trainer for years and not only familiar with “Grounding”, he stumbled on a technology that basically can super ground us and produce the same results as mother earth but in minutes rather than hours or days. This technology is called “Pulse ElectroMagnetic Fields” or PEMF. If you have or know someone with chronic pain, injuries or that just wants ultimate recovery for their body this is a must listen episode. Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. Tocontact Shawn go to: https://shawndreben.com/ Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit : Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Dementia is not an aging disease; however, it is the most common disease among the aging population.” Dr. Babak Nayeri, Clinical Associate Professor from the University of Arizona, from the Netflix Documentary, This is Dementia. Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/-U-slBBIEIA On this episode you will learn: ✔ Who is Dr. John Denboer, what he built, and lost in his passion to help mitigate dementia. ✔ What Dr. Denboer learned raising funds for a high growth startup. ✔ What is the difference between Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia? ✔ What can we all do now to mitigate this debilitating disease. ✔ How a tattoo with personal and professional meaning motivates Dr. Denboer to keep moving forward with his work. Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, for EPISODE #221. For those who are new here, I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator, with a passion for learning, understanding difficult concepts, and breaking them down so that we can all use and apply the most current research to improve our productivity and results in our schools, sports environments, and workplaces. This month, we are breaking into a new season on the podcast, Season 8, where our focus will be on Brain Health and Learning with a look at How an Understanding of Our Brain Can Improve Learning in Ourselves (adults, teachers, workers) as well as our future generations of learners. If you've been following our podcast over the seasons, you will know that our content took the turn towards health and wellness around September 2020 with a BONUS EPISODE where we covered the Top 5 Brain Health and Alzheimer's Prevention Strategies[i] after watching Dr. David Perlmutter's Alzheimer's The Science of Prevention Documentary.[ii] We took a closer look at Daily Exercise, Sleep, Eating a Healthy Diet, Optimizing our Microbiome, and Intermittent Fasting) as strategies we can all use to improve our brain health with the goal of preventing one of the most devastating degenerative diseases that affects “more than 5 million Americans (that is closer to 6 million now after reading our next guest's book) and is the most common form of dementia, a term that describes a variety of diseases and conditions that develop when nerve cells in the brain die or no longer function normally.”[iii] This number has reached “over 80 million cases globally and is expected to double to be 150 million cases by 2050.”[iv] (Denboer). On today's episode #221, we will be speaking with Dr. John Denboer, a former clinical neuropsychologist who specializes in early stage preventative medicine - including cognitive, physical exercise and nutrition – with a goal of slowing down the natural decline in patients with dementia. At peak, his practice served in the range of 10,000 patients in the US supported by over 100 employees. I listened to a recent podcast Dr. Denboer did with Graham Brown on the XL Podcast[v] and learned that while Dr. Denboer has a passion for disrupting Dementia (the umbrella for degenerative diseases likes Alzheimer's and Parkinson's) that there have been many ups and downs in his start up journey as a pioneer in this field of health and wellness, disrupting Dementia. In today's interview, I'll ask him about the lessons he's learned along the way, the importance of family, and to explain his mission to make a difference for dementia sufferers and their loved ones before the global numbers go from 55 million people living with Dementia to doubling these numbers in the next 20 years. ***Just to note that John Denboer is not a current licensed psychologist / neuropsychologist / doctor and cannot provide medical advice. While researching Dr. Denboer I did see some things online that made me wonder why he is not a current licensed psychologist, and if you know me, getting to the truth of something is important. Instead of sweeping what I saw under the rug, I will ask him directly to explain what happened, so we can cover his journey with all the facts uncovered. Let's meet Dr.John Denboer and learn what we can do to disrupt dementia, strengthen our brains, and apply some of the lessons he's learned in his journey. Welcome Dr. John Denboer. Intro: I've got to ask you, because I did notice before you sent me the note to be sure we say that you are not a current licensed psychologist/neuropsychologist/doctor that something happened to your license. When I'm researching someone, I always say, “if it's online, I'm going to see it.” Instead of just ignoring what I saw, can I ask, what happened to your license? Intro B: Dr. Denboer, I listened to a recent podcast you did, before I read your book, This is Dementia, or watched your Netflix This is Dementia Documentary that goes hand in hand with the book, and it was a heartbreaking episode. It hit the heart for me, as I've been working the past 25+ years to bring awareness to important strategies and skills in our educational system (hence the name of the podcast Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning) and to do this, we have relied on grant funding with our work in the schools. Some competitive grants were won, others were lost, but my dollar amounts were nowhere near your dollar amounts lost with your start up. Can we start with a quick overview of what you built, what happened, and what you learned raising funds for a high growth startup, the successes/failures? Q1: I just interviewed Hilary Decesare,[vi] who appeared on that TV show Secret Millionaire on her new book coming out Relaunch and she talked about all the people she's helped over the years to start over. We've all been there at some point of time. What are you focused on now, and what is your vision for the future? Q1B: I watched your Netflix Documentary This is Dementia last night, and I did lose an Uncle who was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers at 58, and it was a devastating experience to watch his decline. For those who don't know what Dementia is, can you explain the difference (Dementia vs Alzheimer's?) Q2: Can we mitigate dementia? What can we do right now to prevent this disease from impacting our brains? Can you explain what science knows about the brain and Alzheimer's and how Alzheimer's Disease affects the brain (our ability to think, remember and make decisions)? I do like to make sure we include the science in a way that we can all understand and learn something new. Is it just those 2 proteins Beta-Amyloid and Tao[vii] that do the damage in our brain, or is there more to it? Q1C: I did get my husband and I a brain scan[viii] to look and see what our brains looked like after I heard from Dr. Daniel Amen say that Alzheimer's can show up in the brain years before onset, but we can't all get our brains scanned and we were lucky to get his VIP rate since I did a podcast on the results. What can you share with us about early stage dementia detection since we can't all get our brains scanned until the cost comes down. What can we all look for and what prevention tip can we all implement immediately to prevent cognitive decline? Q2: When I saw your tattoo in the documentary, to motivate you personally and professionally, I related, as I recently got a tattoo for the same reason, and I draw on it daily to motivate me (it's on my ankle). You can't see your tattoo on your back though. Why did you put it there? Final Thoughts For people to reach out to you, and learn more, is the best place JohnDenboer.com? Dr. John Denboer, I want to thank you for coming on the podcast today, and being so open to share your journey with all of those who tune into the podcast. There are many lessons to learn from your experience, as well as the importance of listening to your heart and moving forward no matter what obstacles come your way. You surely have faced more obstacles than most of us, and your story shows that being a pioneer in the health care industry does take a unique and dedicated individual. I wish you all the success with your mission, and raising awareness for how we can all mitigate and slow down this devastating disease. Andrea's Final Thoughts Wow, that was a heartbreaking interview. I knew it was going to be difficult during the research phase, but knew there would be many lessons for all of us to hear. Since our focus of Season 8 is on brain health as it relates to learning, I wanted to debrief this interview, and think about everything that stood out to me. Lessons Learned from Dr. Denboer's Story Never a Lender nor a Borrower Be. The first lesson made me think of something my Dad used to say all the time, and is easy for us to see in hindsight. He would always say “Never a lender, nor a borrower be” and I know how difficult it must have been for Dr. Denboer to share the story of where borrowing money took him drastically off course. If you have ever been in a pinch financially (we all have been at some point), borrowing money to help get you past your difficult time isn't usually the best solution. Even if it's from someone you know well, and trust (like your family) it still does cause tension. The best solution, is to find another way forward (either by earning it yourself) or change the direction until you have the resources you need. I know that Dr. Denbouer wanted to share the details of his journey so that others could see where he made turns that sent him off course with his goals, so those listening can learn from his mistakes. Find a New Way Forward. We all get stuck, but when we know what we are meant to do, we must look for a new way forward. To see someone with years of work invested in his passion, lose their way, made me think of all the people who might have lost their way somehow during the Pandemic. I watched companies merge, and people being displaced, not sure of where to go next. I'm sure those of you listening could tell me a million stories, of loss and disappointment and as difficult times in our world continues, stories like John's aren't going to disappear. What I loved about this interview, is that Dr. Denboer is not giving up, and I know he will find a new way forward. He acknowledged how difficult it was, but he is clear on his direction, that his tattoo of his grandmother reminds him of daily. If you watch the interview, Dr. Denboer's face lit up when he spoke about his grandmother, and what she represents to him. If you have something important to you, like Dr. Denboer, you too will find a new way forward, if you've been taken off track. Keep Learning: We know that our brain health is crucial for all of us to live up to our full capacity, and Dr. Denboer reminded us that good cardiovascular health will get us 60% of the way, but to keep learning and doing things that stretch our brain in the process. I hope that you found Dr. Denboer's story to be helpful. If you want to reach out to him, go to JohnDenboer.com and send him a message. Like all of us, we could all use as much positive energy and love directed towards us, and our goals. I'll close with a quote from Steve Jobs, reminding us that “What we're doing here will send a giant ripple through the universe.” See you in a few days. Dr. John Denboer is a former clinical neuropsychologist specializing in the assessment and detection of early-stage dementia. He received his internship training at VA Boston Healthcare System (Boston University School of Medicine/Harvard University) and received his postdoctoral training at Barrow Neurological Institute. He has published extensively in the area of Clinical Neuropsychology and has been an expert speaker at many local, national, and international conferences. He is the Founder, CEO, and Chief Medical Officer of SMART Brain Aging, Inc., a company designed to help prevent and intervene in mild cognitive impairment and early-stage dementia. In the last 3 years, he has become a world-renown speaker in early-stage dementia detection and treatment. This has culminated in a Netflix documentary entitled “This is Dementia?!”[ix] as well as this book. REFERENCES: [i]The Top 5 Brain Health and Alzheimer's Prevention Strategies (Daily Exercise, Sleep, Eating a Healthy Diet, Optimizing our Microbiome, and intermittent Fasting). https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/do-you-know-the-top-5-brain-health-and-alzheimers-prevention-strategies-with-andrea-samadi/ [ii] Dr. David Perlmutter's “Alzheimer's: The Science of Prevention” https://scienceofprevention.com/ [iii] 10 Early Alzheimer's Symptoms That You Should Know https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/10-early-alzheimers-symptoms-that-you-should-know/ [iv] Disrupting Dementia TEDxGrandCanyonUniversity John DenBoer April 10, 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0xooSv6FkY&t=13s [v] https://podcasts.apple.com/dz/podcast/xl26-dr-john-denboer-disrupting-dementia/id1471486300?i=1000560704608 [vi]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #219 Secret Millionaire Hilary Decesare On Her New Book Relaunch. https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/secret-millionaire-hilary-decesare-on-her-new-book-coming-june-9th-relaunch-spark-your-heart-to-ignite-your-life/ [vii] What Happens to the Brain in Alzheimer's Disease https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-happens-brain-alzheimers-disease [viii] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #84 PART 3 “How a SPECT Image Brain Scan Can Change My Life: Andrea's Results” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/how-a-spect-scan-can-change-your-life-part-3-with-andrea-samadi/ [ix] This is Dementia Netflix Documentary https://www.forbes.com/sites/robinseatonjefferson/2019/04/09/this-is-dementia-documentary-premiers-thursday-on-netflix/?sh=5ea60a61320c
Alessio Fasano, MD, is the W. Allan Walker Chair of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition and Chief of the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. His visionary research, which established the rate of celiac disease at one in 133 people, led to the awareness of celiac disease as a growing public health problem in the United States. Dr. Fasano founded the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment in 1996, where he treats adults and children for gluten-related disorders.
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This week we chat with Functional Medicine Practitioner Dr. Stephen Cabral about how his health crisis at age 17 led him to devote his life to natural healing. We discuss how to bring your body back into equilibrium, one step at a time. We also learn how his company Equi.Life is changing the game when it comes to taking control of your health, and why at-home lab testing might be a missing link in your health puzzle. On What The Health?!: Are we all just Inflammaging? Use code FUNC for 20% off all products and lab tests at https://equi.life. Go to getreds.com/FUNC to unlock your offer of a free Metabolic Greens with your purchase of Metabolic Reds! Use code FUNC for $500 off tuition at Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. Follow Dr. Stephen Cabral @stephencabral Follow us on IG @whatthefunc