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My special guest is Ryan Sheedy Meet Ryan Sheedy, an incredible father who, much to his own surprise, found himself immersed in the delightful chaos of caring for twin boys. His world drastically transformed ten years ago, when he moved from Pennsylvania to Bentonville, Arkansas. Not only has Ryan navigated the unexpected challenges of parenting twins, but he has also bravely navigated his son's Costello Syndrome diagnosis. Through it all, he's embraced being a stay-at-home dad, constantly learning, adapting and conquering unforeseen hurdles. We can plan as much as we want to plan, but it's out of our control. We have to go with the flow. - Ryan Sheedy In this episode, you will be able to: Delve into the heartening and daunting experiences that fathers encounter in the NICU, shedding light on their tenacity and determination. Grasp the profound impact support and open communication can make in navigating the NICU's challenging landscape. Understand better the diverse responsibilities fathers shoulder as caregivers and staunch advocates in their children's healthcare journey. Comprehend the rollercoaster ride of emotions and experiences that encapsulate being a stay-at-home dad and the head caregiver. Get introduced to 'Mijo', a versatile web app offering an efficient solution to The importance of communication and support in the NICU cannot be overstated. It anchors not only the medical care of the infant but also the emotional well-being of the parents. Ryan's story emphasizes how a strong support network, open communication with healthcare professionals, and sharing information with family and friends can make a significant difference in this intense journey. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:05 - Introduction, 00:01:08 - Guest Introduction, 00:09:29 - NICU Experience Begins, 00:11:55 - Early Days in the NICU, 00:12:55 - Ongoing Relationship with Care Team, 00:15:12 - The Separation, 00:16:49 - Perspective and Gratitude, 00:21:33 - Breaking the Mold, 00:24:29 - The Challenges of Caregiving, 00:28:35 - My Mejo App, 00:31:47 - The Genesis of Mejo, 00:35:59 - Who Can Use Mejo?, 00:38:34 - Moments of Care, 00:40:38 - Building a Community, 00:43:20 - Lessons Learned Whether you are a parent or professional, we want you to join our community. Sign up for our newsletter here. Parents, download our free parent starter kit. When you download our starter kit, you'll learn how to: Give medicine to your child without it becoming a wrestling match Prepare your child (and yourself) for a shot so they can feel less anxious Create and use a coping plan for any medical appointment or procedure The first sign of sniffles, or worse, shouldn't send you into a tailspin. Feel confident in your role as a parent and advocate, no matter what medical situation you're facing. Child life specialists, get affordable PDUs on-demand here. Shop for your CLOC gear here. Feel empowered with Child Life On Call's Mastering Immunizations: Expert Tips to Prepare, support and respond like a Child Life Specialist Course for Parents, Child Life Specialists and Clinicians!
Thank you for staying with us over the past two years as we journeyed through the field of functional genomics featuring a variety of exceptional biohackers!Today's episode is a special one as we close the book of our second season. With that, we bring you highlights from some of your favorite episodes:Got Mold?: Clearing the Air on Mold and Mycotoxins with Jason EarleKashif and Jason discuss the story behind GOT MOLD? and where the company is now today - providing user-friendly mold testing, spreading awareness on how pervasive mold is, and sharing knowledge on what to do about it. The main warnings that are given emphasis are the following: seeing moisture, smelling microbial scents, and feeling inflammation and the differences between the indoors and the outdoors. Optimizing Your Health with the C60, One of the Most Powerful Antioxidants with Ken SwartzIn this episode, Kashif is joined by Ken Swartz, aka “Ken the Scientist,” the Founder and Chief Science Officer of C60 Purple Power, a health and wellness company committed to delivering the highest quality C60 products available. Ken has run several research science laboratories over the course of his career and discovered C60 while developing the MOXY fusion reactor. During his research, he became aware of the powerful free radical neutralizing properties of C60.Quantum Biology: The Symbiotic Relationship Between Frequencies and Health with Dr. Catherine Clinton - S2E36Throughout this discussion, Kashif and Dr. Catherine take a deep dive into how our quantum biological system is intimately and inseparably connected to the world around us. Our relationship with the dirt beneath our feet, the sun, the wind, the water, the plants, the seasons, and other peopleThe Truth About Healing Long-Haul COVID with Dr. Michael Turner - S2E24Kashif and Dr. Turner take a deep dive into what was discovered about long-haul COVID, firstly discussing how SARS-CoV 2 is a spike protein which indicates that it is highly similar to many human proteins yet in this case, it is a toxin that attracts inflammation and endothelium damage. They discuss how the virus has made autoimmune problems and microclots within the body.How Algae Restores Mitochondria Health & Increases Longevity with Catharine Arnston - S2E39Would you believe that it was possible to have all the nutrients of a plate filled with vegetables with just one tiny tablet?This was made possible through the power of algae namely spirulina and chlorella. The study and accessibility to algae is not widely known but it is capable of giving the amount of nutrients that the body needs in order to prevent aging and disease. Algae is considered to have the highest protein, is the most nutrient dense, with the highest chlorophyll in the world, and is also endorsed by agencies. In fact, it is making its name after being successfully used by NASA as a supplement for astronauts.Detox and Inflammation: The Hidden Factors Behind Weight Loss with Cassie BjorkIn this episode, Kashif is joined by Cassie Bjork, RD, a globally recognized industry leader in weight loss. She is the CEO of Redefined Weight Loss and #1 International Best Selling Author of “Why Am I Still Fat?: The Hidden Keys to Unlocking That Stubborn Weight Loss.” A registered dietitian for a decade and a half, Cassie has helped thousands of people achieve the bodies they want by supercharging their metabolism and unlocking their weight loss.Once again, thank you for showing your support and interest in the UNPILLED Podcast. Stay tuned as we return as The DNA Talks Podcast and continue to provide you with your prescription for life.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Eric Dorninger, a Registered Naturopathic Doctor, and Licensed Acupuncturist. Prior to medical school, he received his B.A. in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1997. During this time, he also finished his E.M.T. (Emergency Medical Technician) training and volunteering at Porter Care Hospice in Denver. This dual exposure of medical perspectives laid down the roots for Dr. Dorninger's integrated approach to diagnosis, treatment, and healing. https://drdorninger.com/
Dr. Eric Dorninger currently practices in Boulder, Colorado at Roots and Branches Integrative Health Care. His focus and dedication is helping patients with unresolved health concerns. At Roots and Branches, Dr. Dorninger is in relentless pursuit of diagnosing the underlying cause of illness.Need help navigating your mold injury without breaking the bank? Join our education group: exposingmold.org/membership Exposing Mold is a nonprofit! Donate here: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTY0OTg0Medical Disclaimer:This podcast is provided for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute providing medical advice or professional services. The information provided should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, and those seeking personal medical advice should consult with a licensed physician. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health provider regarding a medical condition.Support the showFind us on Linktree, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and Youtube
Let me share a profound truth: The money is on its way, and I urge you to embrace it with unwavering faith. Today, cast aside fear, frustration, and distractions, for they only distance you from your inner power. Focus on what you can do right now, how you can show up for your life and desires. Each day offers a fresh start, where your focus molds your reality. Know that you're precisely where you're meant to be. When you take daily inspired action, in divine timing, your desires will manifest. Have faith! Enjoy!EPISODE RESOURCESLet The Church Say AmenFREE 4-day Wealth Revival Series
There may be no Public Defender Union with as long and storied of a history as the New York Legal Aid Society's, and today, Hunter spoke with Chapter Chair of the NY Legal Aid Union, Jane Fox, to discuss the efforts to revitalize that very union. The challenges facing Jane and all Public Defenders in New York City are immense. The crushing criminal caseload is compounded by the cost-of-living crisis impacting the attorneys, staff, and their clients. If Public Defenders and their clients are going to thrive in these difficult conditions, it will be thanks to the tireless efforts of Jane and the Legal Aid Union. Guests: Jane Fox, Chapter Chair, NY Legal Aid Society Union, Association of Legal Aid Attorneys Resources: ALAA https://www.alaa.org/ Follow Jane on Twitter https://twitter.com/foxsquire?lang=en Email Jane JFox@alaa.org Issues with Mold in Building https://nysfocus.com/2023/08/28/legal-aid-society-mold-brooklyn Contact Hunter Parnell: Publicdefenseless@gmail.com Instagram @PublicDefenselessPodcast Twitter @PDefenselessPod www.publicdefenseless.com Subscribe to the Patron www.patreon.com/PublicDefenselessPodcast Donate on PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=5KW7WMJWEXTAJ Donate on Stripe https://donate.stripe.com/7sI01tb2v3dwaM8cMN
In this fresh episode of the Spectrum of Health Podcast, join Dr. Christine Schaffner as she dives deep into the world of mold-related health concerns with the insightful Dr. Jill Crista. Discover why there's a pressing need to rename mold-associated health issues. Dr. Jill unveils her personal encounters with mold and imparts valuable advice on eliminating toxins. A trailblazing naturopathic expert and best-selling author, Dr. Jill Crista stands out for her knack for simplifying intricate health topics, making them accessible for all. At the heart of her work lies a desire to uplift global well-being by enhancing individual health. Whether it's through her insightful books, memberships, or online courses, Dr. Jill provides actionable steps to overcome health hurdles. Dr. Jill's expertise shines in areas affecting the brain and nervous system, including mold exposure, PANS and PANDAS, Lyme disease, and concussion effects. For the full show notes, please visit my website: www.drchristineschaffner.com/Episode207
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Dr. Erin Rohman talks with host Kaylie Francis about common myths regarding mold! Learn the steps you or your college freshman can take to clean your environment of mold spores and other allergic triggers. Dr. Rohman shares steps you can take both inside and outside to improve your environment and control your symptoms. They also discuss how a change of environment might mean a change of allergy plans! Listen as Kaylie and Dr. Rohman share helpful tips and steps to take to get you closer to an allergy cure.
The wealth management space demands experts who not only understand its intricacies but also prioritize the interests of those they represent. Enter Jessica Polito, a seasoned professional who has dedicated her career to offering M&A advice exclusively within the wealth management realm. Recognizing the need for a shift from the conventional investment banking paradigm, Jessica founded Turkey Hill Management in 2021. Jessica is shaking up the M&A landscape, especially in the wealth management space. With Turkey Hill Management, Jessica is sidestepping the traditional investment banking model. By not charging success fees, she is revolutionizing how M&A advisory services are provided. THE UNCONVENTIONAL MODELTraditional investment banking relies heavily on success fees, but Jessica has chosen to sidestep this tradition. This is both brave and innovative. She attributed this decision to low overhead costs and the idea of aligning purely with the fiduciary she represents. Jessica's model ensures that the M&A advice is given without the shadow of a large success fee lurking behind. This keeps the advice pure and in the best interest of the client. Jessica clarified that her focus is genuine wealth management. The size of the firm isn't a strict criterion as long as it falls within her expertise. Broker-dealers and alternative investments, for instance, aren't in her wheelhouse. INVESTMENT BANKING DEMYSTIFIEDInvestment bankers play an essential role in crafting a company's presentation, ensuring it's attractively packaged for potential buyers or sellers. Beyond that, they're deeply involved in the bidding process, deal structuring, valuations, and much more. The overlapping roles between attorneys and investment bankers can sometimes blur the lines, but the good ones seamlessly bridge that gap. In Jessica's experience, there isn't much difference between the role of traditional investment banks and boutique firms like hers. Whether you're on the buy-side or the sell-side, the processes and procedures are comparable, with the primary focus being on due diligence, negotiations, and ultimately reaching a signing point. A PEEK INTO THE WEALTH MANAGEMENT M&A LANDSCAPEFocusing on the wealth management space, we've seen an upward trend. With numerous deals across industries, the wealth management sector has emerged as a significant niche. Despite some initial headwinds, like fluctuating interest rates and unpredictable stock markets, the optimism remains buoyant. Investment banking and wealth management M&A is as dynamic as it is intricate. With evolving trends, shifting market dynamics, and the never-ending quest for differentiation, the journey is as rewarding as it's challenging. It's a dance of numbers, negotiations, and nuances. And for those in the midst, keeping the bigger picture in view can often be the difference between a deal closed and a deal lost. • For my full discussion with Jessica Polito, and more on this topic and others discussed:Listen to the Full DealQuest Podcast Episode Here• FOR MORE ON JESSICA POLITO:https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-polito-421b763/www.turkeyhillmanagement.comCorey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to start getting yourself deal-ready, check out the DealQuest Podcast with Corey Kupfer each week. Featuring industry leaders and newcomers as guests alike, the DealQuest podcast has something for everyone.
0:00 Introduction 1:23 Do You Need to Be a Mold Guy? 5:52 Health Conditions Due to Mold Exposure 13:31 How To Tell If Mold Is Real or a Scam? 16:32 How to Prevent mold in your home? 19:45 Mold in your Home? What Do We Do About It? 24:00 Mold Solutions In this interview, Jeremy Slate speaks with Brandon Faust, the founder of Mold Solutions, about the importance of identifying and handling mold in your home. Brandon shares his personal experience with mold and how it affected his son's health, leading him to become passionate about helping others with mold issues. He explains the different types of mold and the health conditions they can cause, emphasizing the need to find the source of moisture to prevent mold from recurring. Brandon also discusses the process of identifying mold in a home, including using tools like the InstaScope to detect mold in real-time. He emphasizes the importance of hiring a mold professional who is knowledgeable and focused on indoor air quality. If you suspect mold in your home, this interview provides valuable insights and tips on how to handle the issue effectively.
Introduction In today's episode, we host Dr. Shannon White, a seasoned professional in the healthcare community who's become a leading voice in Lyme disease treatment. Joining her are Rich Johannesen and special guest co-host Tiara Smith, who together will navigate the intricacies of Lyme disease, its co-infections, and the often complex treatment process. The Journey of Dr. Shannon White Dr. White shares her personal and professional journey. Raised in Iowa, she was always a nature enthusiast, which ironically exposed her to ticks and the risk of Lyme disease. Dr. White was fascinated by health and biology from a young age, leading her to choose a career as a chiropractor. However, her quest for knowledge led her to explore further – delving into acupuncture and herbalism. Understanding Lyme Dr. White's passion for learning and dedication to her patients led her to investigate deeper into recurring patterns in their health issues. This journey led her to explore the realm of Lyme disease. The conversation steers into discussing the complications of Lyme disease and its co-infections, where she highlights the importance of tailored treatment plans. Discovering a New Approach Dr. White touches upon a novel approach to diagnosis using a meridian-based machine called The Reflex. This innovative device detects the stress level in the body by analyzing the reactions to vials containing imprints of different viruses and bacteria DNA. Treating Lyme and Co-Infections Dr. White discusses her approach to treating Lyme disease, co-infections, and the challenging process of determining which condition to address first. With the help of DesBio, a series of homeopathic remedies, and customized treatment plans, she has been able to help many of her patients recover. The Nutrition Factor The podcast covers the importance of nutrition in Lyme treatment. Dr. White recommends reducing the intake of dairy, corn, soy, gluten, and sugar to aid in recovery. She also emphasizes the importance of addressing any existing digestive issues. Lyme in Children Dr. White shares her experience treating children with Lyme disease and PANDAS/PANS, describing her joy in seeing them recover. She stresses the importance of listening to patients to fully understand their condition and develop the best treatment plan. Mold as a Co-factor Our conversation takes an unexpected turn when Dr. White discusses the impact of mold on Lyme disease. She shares patient stories where unexplained symptoms and stubborn Lyme cases were finally resolved after addressing hidden mold issues in the patients' environments. Parting Thoughts The podcast concludes with Dr. White sharing what she wishes more people knew about Lyme disease, emphasizing that it's not just deer ticks that can cause the condition. She encourages listeners to be vigilant and informed about this complex disease. Closing Remarks Our co-hosts thank Dr. White for her valuable insights and the knowledge she shared about Lyme disease, promising to continue the conversation in future episodes. Tune in to this episode to learn more about Dr. Shannon White's journey, her approach to treating Lyme disease, and how she is making a difference in the healthcare community.
Today marks the 150th episode of #MoldFinders: RADIO! There's no other way to celebrate this milestone than having Dr. Jill Crista join me for a very special episode! So special we couldn't fit it all in one episode. In fact, it's so special that we couldn't squeeze it all into one episode! This episode marks the beginning of a four-part series. Over the next four episodes, we'll introduce you to four incredible individuals who will share their personal stories about their journey with mold and the healing process. First up is Kaycee. After the birth of Kaycee's third child in 2017, she began suffering from various health issues like fatigue, neuropathy, and memory lapses. Then, after several medical tests returned normal, she discovered Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) and Pediatric Acute Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS). Sadly, their "forever home" was found to be mold-infested, leading to the tough decision to leave and extensively remediate. Despite the pain of discarding most of their belongings due to contamination, Kaycee stresses the importance of health over possessions. We hope Kaycee's story provides you the hope you need to continue moving forward. IG: @MoldFinders Not sure the best way to get started? Follow these simple steps to hit the ground running… Step 1: Subscribe To This Podcast (and please leave a review!) Step 2: Want a Test More Advanced Than ERMI? thedusttest.com Step 3: Already Have An ERMI? Find Out What It Actually Means. ERMICode.com Step 4: Text Me (yes, it's really me!) The Mold Phone: 949-528-8704 Step 5: Book A FREE Consultation: https://yesweinspect.com/call/?utm_source=mfr150&utm_medium=WI
Here are the notes for episode #446 of Well-Fed Women. Be sure to check back every Tuesday for a new episode, and head over to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher to subscribe!In this episode, Noelle, and Dr. Jabon Moore discuss chronic infections, mold, and lyme.Got a question you'd like us to answer? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org% of the funds we receive from our sponsors is donated directly to our partner charity, Thistle Farms, a place where women survivors of abuse, addiction, trafficking and prostitution receive help and support through residential programs, therapy, education, and employment opportunities. Because we get paid per download, you are actively supporting Thistle Farms by downloading our podcast each week.Timestamps[3:56] Interview with Dr. Jabon MooreLinkshttps://drjabanmoore.com/https://www.instagram.com/drjabanmoore/https://www.primaltrust.org/MD LogicIf you have unexplained or even occasional digestive issues like myself, or you just want to support your body in the absorption of nutrients, digestive enzymes are your first defense. And I have a 20% off coupon code for you which I'm so excited about.It is for something called Digestive Complex from MD Logic. It has a blend of 10 different enzymes, including lactase to help with dairy digestion and protease for protein digestion, and a blend of herbs like licorice and marshmallow root, which are calming for the stomach. For a limited time, you will get 20% off Digestive Complex. Just go to http://mdlogichealth.com/digestive and use coupon code WELLFED20 for 20% off. LMNTThis podcast is sponsored by LMNT! LMNT makes grab-and-go electrolyte replacement supplementation. You just take an LMNT recharge packet, mix it up with water, and sip! There's absolutely no sugar, gluten, fillers, or artificial ingredients, and it's paleo-friendly.LMNT's co-founder is actually Robb Wolf, who we interviewed on episode #311, so you know the ingredients are solid and it's been well researched and developed.To grab a FREE sample pack of LMNT, go to drinkLMNT.com/wellfed, all you'll have to do is pay for shipping. It's so worth it, and you'll get to test it out extensively! That's drinkLMNT.com/wellfed. Click “get yours” and then grab yourself some packets to have on hand!Bon ChargeBON CHARGE is a holistic wellness brand with a HUGE range of evidence-based products to optimize your life in every way, including their NEW sauna blankets.Far infrared light works by heating the body up directly, which speeds up your metabolism and sweat rate. It also relaxes muscles and reduces muscle tension, and I've already noticed a big shift in my soreness and chronic pain.Go to boncharge.com/WELLFED and use coupon code WELLFED to save 20%
This week we sit down with Joe Earley, the driving force behind Tifosi's remarkable success. Earley traces his roots in mountain biking back to college years in Georgia, where the community's vibrant cycling culture exerted a significant influence. Joe describes his early days as a outside rep in the cycling industry alongside his wife which laid crucial groundwork to the founding of Tifosi. They recognized an opportunity in the world of sunglasses, spurred by the market's demand for cost-effective yet quality options. The Tifosi brand was established in 2003. Joe describes Tifosi's in-depth attention to the smallest details. Adjustable ear pads, nose pads, innovative ventilation, and photochromic lenses - everything designed with the athlete in mind. They have integrated style with utility in the 'Swank', a lifestyle-looking glass that showcases their commitment to high-quality materials. For gravel cyclists, Earley recommends the fog-resistant, rimless glasses from the rail series. With an easy lens-swapping mechanism, users can adjust according to different lighting situations. Tifosi Optics Website Support the Podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: [00:00:00]Craig Dalton (host): Hey Joe, welcome to the show. [00:00:02]Joe Earley: Thanks for having me. [00:00:04]Craig Dalton (host): I'm excited to get into the story of Te Foci. As I was saying to you offline, I've been aware of the brand for, it feels like my entire cycling career, so it's great to have you on and just kind of learn a little bit more of the backstory and why don't we use that as our starting point. Let's learn a little bit about your backstory. How'd you just, how'd you find cycling to begin with in your life, and where'd you grow up? [00:00:26]Joe Earley: know, um, I think, uh, similarly to you, um, You know, at college, mountain biking was catching on like crazy in the early nineties. And, uh, I was spending a summer with my, my older brother who had a mountain bike and I borrowed a mountain bike and instantly, as soon as I went, uh, I was hooked and, uh, really have been in, in the sport of cycling ever since. So, you know, early nineties got into mountain biking that transitioned to road cycling and then cycl across, and then now, Gravel road mountain bike, although I am recovering from a rotator cuff surgery, so I'm just on the road in gravel now. No mountain biking for a bit longer, but, uh, but yeah, that's how I got, um, got started in, uh, in the sports, uh, was really just through my, through my brother and, uh, Through college, just jumping on a mountain bike. So, um, you know, and then similarly to you, I had a, just a passion, um, for cycling. Just loved it. And, um, got my first job outta college and went and did that for a while. Sales managing for, for a, a boat dealership of all things. And then, um, my wife, uh, Elizabeth, who runs the business with me, her dad was a, a rep in the cycling, in the tractor industry. So he sold like tractor attachments. And I said, you know what, what Henry does, I, I could probably do that in, in cycling, right? There's gotta be some of those out there. So I picked up like a mountain bike action. I flipped to the back, to the list of advertisers and I just started calling companies. And, um, we started our own, um, independent cycling agency first. So that was our, our first business in the, in the cycling space. Um, we ended up having a very successful agency here in the southeast. So we're based right [00:02:08]Craig Dalton (host): gonna ask Joe, where, [00:02:09]Joe Earley: Georgia. [00:02:11]Craig Dalton (host): where were you in, where were you in college when you first discovered mountain [00:02:14]Joe Earley: Uh, so I was at University of Georgia. Uh, I spent a, a summer in Birmingham, actually in, uh, Oak Mountain State Park. Any listeners in that area? Uh, one of the best mountain bike places I've ever been to still today, and I've been riding for 30 plus years. Um, so that was one of the first places I was exposed to, to mountain biking, but then came back here, uh, to college in the fall and, uh, Go Dogs, university of Georgia Town here. We're in Watkinsville, Georgia, which is about 10 minutes from the University of Georgia in Athens. So, um, [00:02:42]Craig Dalton (host): And, and I feel like in that sort of early to mid nineties, Georgia actually had a nor national race over in, in the [00:02:49]Joe Earley: yeah, so actually we had, we had some interesting things. We actually hosted the, uh, the first Olympic mountain bike race here in Atlanta. We went to see that, that was crazy. It's, it's so hot here, uh, in the summer. So it was, uh, it was interesting seeing those guys hammer along. But yeah, there's been, um, you know, there's, there's also I think been a Norman National that used to be up at Sly, uh, in North Carolina, which is right over the, the border. But, um, really active, um, mountain bike scene and, and cycling scene in general here in the southeast. Athens has always been a big, you know, cycling area, the Twilight Criterium, uh, one of the best. Probably road, um, cycling events to watch in the States. 'cause it's, it's downtown Athens at night. It's when students are in, it's, uh, it's a pretty electric vibe. So it's a, it's a fun area for this. [00:03:35]Craig Dalton (host): And would you describe it as being a vibrant cycling community year round in Georgia? [00:03:40]Joe Earley: Um, yeah, I mean definitely there's pockets of, of areas where it's not as accessible. You know, if you're, if you're in parts of Atlanta, The, the, just with traffic and everything else, it's just not as accessible as a lot of other cities. Athens seems is a, is a pretty good community. We're in Watkinsville, which is a small town outside of it, but there's a lot of, you know, Atlanta does have the Silver Comet, which is a rails trail that goes all the way from Atlanta proper all the way out to the Alabama state line. Um, and so it's, it's a nice, uh, venue to have there. So it's a, you know, it's a, it's a very. Cycling friendly community overall, just, I wouldn't ride on a lot of the roads in, in Atlanta, it's a little bit hairy just 'cause of the amount of volume and there's not a lot of dedicated, like some cities, a lot of dedicated, um, bike lanes. [00:04:27]Craig Dalton (host): So you mentioned you and your wife started, uh, an independent rep agency focused on the cycling industry. What were the first products that you picked up? [00:04:35]Joe Earley: my gosh. The first products we picked up, um, brands that are gone now, um, rocket Power Parts, which was like a, a glove company. Um, we did Cantina Mountain bike gear. I. Um, CKA Cranks for a while. Um, but then the first brands that we picked up that we really started to be able to build a business with, um, Louis Gar Apparel, uh, out of Quebec City. And then, um, Marin Mountain Bikes. They didn't have any sales in our territory, but we were able to start building a business with those brands. And then, uh, over time we picked up, you know, a lot of great brands. Um, we were doing CD shoes, Easton, when they launched their cycling. Um, Products independently from selling through other people doing their, their carbon fiber products. Um, gosh, what else do we have? We did cliff bars, another southeast company, defeat socks. Uh, we did sunglass brands. We did a lot of different, or a couple of different sunglass brands over the years. Um, and that's kind of what led to tci. We had a very successful cycling agency. We were selling what was at the time, the number one, you know, cycling, sunglass, and I would make a great commission for those. Your listeners don't understand what an independent rep does. It's. You're a 10 99 independent contractor, you only make money on what you sell. So it's not like these companies are paying you a, a, a salary, it's if you sell a one of their products, you make a commission on it, uh, and you're selling to the bike shops. So we would place a, a display of 12 or 24 pairs of these higher end products, and, and we get a nice commission at that point. And then I'd go around the next month to see Craig and say, Hey, Craig, you know, uh, What's going on with the sunglasses? It looks like you've sold a pair, you know, and they would sell one or two a month at most. Um, and I'm like, guys, I can't stop the car for one pair of sunglasses. How can we sell some more? [00:06:19]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah. Yeah. I think that's another like interesting point just to make sure everybody understands, is like as a independent sales rep, you're going out and visiting throughout the territory. Maybe it's Georgia or the broader Southeast, and you're visiting every single shop. Your job is to figure out how to sell the products. You're obviously selling, but what, what's selling in the shops? Like, what should you be bringing to them? 'cause that's how you make money. [00:06:45]Joe Earley: And it's, it was a great, um, great business. Loved it still. In fact, my, my former agency, a fellow who worked for me runs it now. Um, so still, still exists. Um, great. Interacting with the retailers. 'cause what's great about the cycling industry is that the. The retailers and the shop owners. In the shop buyers, they are the market. You know, they're kind of like me and you. They got into it 'cause they, they like cycling. There's not a lot of people in the cycling industry that. Oh, well, I just, I, I wanted to, you know, start a, a great business and make millions of dollars, so I'm gonna go sell bikes, right? It's just not that type of market. So, um, you know, you're interacting with people who get the product, they get what is exciting to their consumers. Um, and so that was, that was a great learning experience just overall about products and demand and what. Selling through products. Um, you know, and we consistently see our retailers and they have sold a pair of sunglasses. And as we were talking to them, the feedback was if they had something that was nice at a, at a lower price point, they thought they could sell, you know, more products. Um, at the same time, you know, I knew lots of reps in other territories, so we just started calling other reps in other territories going, Hey, Do you see something like this? And at the time, um, what we were focused on was the interchangeable sunglasses. So in, in mountain biking and cycling in general, the idea of being able to, to swap your lenses out quickly and easily and have those in a package, um, it was available. But the brands that was available in it was generally a hundred to 150 or $200 or more. Um, [00:08:16]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah, and it feels like a lot of times you would buy the glass and you'd have to buy the lens separately, so it wasn't just $150, it was $210. All [00:08:23]Joe Earley: even the brand I was selling at the time, you know, I'm going to them going, Hey guys, just give me a product that comes with the lenses and retails at even a hundred. And I could sell quite a few of these. And so our idea was to come to the market with three lenses and be able to retail it at $50 or $60. And um, you know, we talked to other reps and other territories and consistently feedback was, no, they don't see something like this. Or, yeah, there's something there, but it's. It's just not very nice. Um, and meanwhile, there was a, a large e-commerce retailer that a lot of you guys knew in the day and, and still exists now, but performance bike was based in my territory. So they had a big mail order component and they had about a hundred stores and they were doing it. They had a sunglass that had three lenses and a case, and it retail for about 50 bucks. We can do it. It's gotta be there somewhere. So, um, In 2003, we, we said, okay, let's do it ourselves. 2002, we made the decision. We went over and, and found some sourcing and, um, we brought I think a total of 23 SKUs, 24 SKUs to market that first year. Um, [00:09:26]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah, I was gonna ask, how did you, I mean that there's a, it's a big step between here and there, which is like, okay, we have this idea, we think a price point is viable at 50, $79, whatever it was at the time. But actually sourcing glasses, you're an enthusiast, your wife's an enthusiast, you understand the market. It was not gonna be feasible for you to put out, you know, super low quality glass. And have any vision for OSI surviving is that, how did you get to creating a product that met your own expectations as well as the price [00:09:58]Joe Earley: Yeah. So, um, you know, we made a trip. I made a trip. She ran everything here. Um, went to a huge optical show over in, uh, in Hong Kong actually, and met with, had to be 300 different suppliers, factories there. And, uh, had the concept of what we wanted. Had kind of the, the three lens, had some examples of what we were looking for and just literally went and met with every single one of them there over a, a four day, uh, trade show. And we found. Three, maybe four, that we thought could do the quality and had the products. And we started with, you know, open mold products. So we said, Hey, we're looking for products that already exist like this. And, um, we found those. We, we quickly even starting in, you know, late in year one, we started developing our own. Molds in our own products, our own designs, but we started with things we negotiated and exclusive for North America with them and said, Hey, don't sell these to other people. We like this design. And we brought, uh, a collection to market from there. Um, we've been very, very fortunate in that, um, you know, one of those partners that we started with in 2003, I. Is a partner we still work with today. So we've got longstanding relationships. All of our products are, are made in Taiwan, um, not in mainland China, but, uh, well all with the exception of one. We do have one product, uh, our aviator that's made there 'cause there's no metal production of sunglasses generally in Taiwan. Um, but uh, yeah, we, we were really fortunate to partner with somebody there and then started quickly trying to develop our, some proprietary products thereafter. But, uh, we were fortunate that we had the sales apparatus with the. The sales agency that we kind of knew how to sell things. And Elizabeth, my wife, was running, uh, an east coast warehouse for one of our companies. Um, so she already knew the pick pack shipping operation side of things. So we, all we needed was the product fortunately, um, to kind of [00:11:46]Craig Dalton (host): Question for you on that, on that product, Joe, I always think about sort of the lenses and the quality of lenses being important for cycling, right? We all wanna feel confident that if a rock hits us, it's not gonna break, et cetera. I. Was that were the lens quality already there with these manufacturers? They understood like they need a high impact lens. [00:12:06]Joe Earley: Yeah, I mean, uh, the, the, the idea of a polycarbonate lens, uh, which is what we source on most of the products we do, we offer shatterproof product lenses on all of them. Some of our photochromics use a little bit different material. Um, 'cause of the technologies involved, but they're all shatterproof. You know, you can hit 'em with a hammer, they won't break. That technology was there. Um, and you'd be shocked at, you know, the higher end brands, high price brands that are being made in, in those facilities already. Um, so we, we knew from, hey, what they're already making, they can make the quality we're looking for. [00:12:39]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah. [00:12:40]Joe Earley: we were, we were fortunate in that standpoint. We did learn a lot about lenses 'cause. You know, for instance, our first polarized products that we offered, we were using a, what's called a tack lens, which is not something we were recommending recycling at the time. Um, we moved outta that just in year two, just because it's, it doesn't have as much impact protection as like what we have with all the products now, but the lens quality and the impact protection from like the interchangeable sets, um, it was there. [00:13:06]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah. Interesting. Yeah, and this is really rounding out the OSI story for me. 'cause knowing that you guys were within the industry and were independent reps and. Intended on going into the bike, local bike shops from the get go is super interesting. So I, I presume sort of in those first years you were able to kind of tap into obviously your, the local southeast region where you already had a lot of personal connections, but it also sounds like you had connections in other regions to sign up other independent reps to start putting the product [00:13:35]Joe Earley: know, it's a, it is a relationship business in cycling. Um, you know, I, I both, we sold it in the southeast with our agency, but then we were able to contact, we knew who the good sales reps were. I. In all the other territories. Um, now it's a, as a pioneering brand that didn't have sales, that was a challenge to get, you know, good reps on board. But we were really blessed, um, and that we were having really good success with it. Here we got a, I think we only started with six territories, um, to begin with. Um, so call it six or eight total reps, you know. Now on the cycling side of things, we probably have at least 35 ish. In that space. So we started small with that, but we went from zero to 500 retailers in the very first year. Um, just word of mouth, the retailers, word of mouth with the, the reps, you know, when we place the product in the retail stores, they started checking it right away and at a very high turn, generally in the same, you know, retail location, we're gonna sell seven or eight times as fast as their $150 sunglasses that they carry. Um, so we were very fortunate in that. And so we went from 500 dealers to a thousand and now, In the US we have about 3,500 retailers, um, doors that carry the product, and that's in the cycling space, which we're the number one market share. We have about 74% of the market, um, in cycling specialty stores. So seven and a half, 10 pair of sunglasses they sell. S um, but we're, you know, a top brand in the running space, uh, in outdoor we're carried in every R e I location out there. Uh, we actually have a really strong business, um, in the golf, golf arena. Um, we saw that as an adjacency, and so we're primarily focused on sport products. Um, but you know, cycling was kind of where we started and where still our largest kind of single market in the US is today. But we have distribution now in about. 35 other countries. Um, and almost all of those are cycling, um, specific types of distributors. [00:15:28]Craig Dalton (host): Got it. How, how, when did you sort of, uh, extend beyond the initial cycling industry and kind of go into running and multisport? [00:15:38]Joe Earley: um, we, we actually, so running was, was adjacent, but we really didn't, we didn't know it. Um, we had, uh, a lot, quite a few of our, a couple of our reps were doing Sego in the day and Sego was a strong cycling brand, but they had a very strong running apparel brand. And, um, almost by accident we had some reps who were doing Sego already. And so they're calling on run stores and so they just started pitching to FCI to them and they started picking 'em up and they were selling 'em, and they were like, we didn't even realize that. I think M P D came to us maybe back in, which is a, used to be, it's a. Retail reporting software, a company that, that collects retail data. It was probably 2006 or 2007. We were the number one market share in running specialty stores, and we didn't even know it. Um, our market share was actually stronger than it was in in Pike. Uh, it was just a smaller market. There's not as many, uh, Running specialty doors, is there our cycling doors? Um, so it really started even, you know, in late 2003, we had some adjacency. We were picking it up, and then kind of 2004, 2005, we realized, hey, this is a great other area. Same thing for golf. We saw that as an, as an easy adjacency. So we started knocking on those doors with other independent reps. So we knew the independent rep world. We knew how, how they operate, and we set up our business to make it. Easy for them to, to write orders and to get business and uh, and to make commissions. And so that, that worked very, very well for us building our brand, you know, through, through the retail network. [00:17:10]Craig Dalton (host): And Joe, how have you guys thought about product development over the years? I mean, obviously like sunglasses have been very trendy and there's been sort of an evolution. Maybe it comes from taste makers, maybe it's artificially inserted into our tastes from bigger brands with bigger marketing budgets. But I'm just curious kinda how you see product development and putting the best product possible out there. [00:17:33]Joe Earley: Yeah, I mean, uh, our, we have three legs to the company stool that we talk about, and number one is product. We, we feel like we have to bring out, you know, very high quality. Technical bells and whistles, sunglasses that, um, people can use for, you know, these crazy sports that they go out and do. You know, um, cycling, gravel cycling is some of these events. It's brutal on the product. So we feel like that's like the first leg of the stool. And it's certainly you see evolution, um, with the product. But we're looking for what are technical benefits that we can bring to make the experience for the end consumer better. And so it started, like the first feature was coming in with multiple sets of lenses, right? It came with multiple sets of lenses, came with a case retail around $60. Um, you know, over time we found other features that we thought, Hey, this, this really makes it better. We were always noticing it with, with all the cycling helmets, the retention systems started really. Changing and they were bigger or smaller. And so then your eyewear stems would interact with 'em either in a negative or a positive way. So we started adding adjustability to the ear pads so that you could adjust them to get 'em to be the right fit for you. And then we noticed, okay, the same thing's true for noses. Your nose, my nose, you know, your wife's all different. So if you can adjust the nose pad, that makes it. A better experience for them when they're doing these, these crazy events. Um, and then we noticing, you know, like putting ventilation in lenses. Um, we've, we've gone so far now as we have like a utility patent on our, what we use on the rail system now, but started with our podium design. It's a, it's a shield rems design that you can interchange the lenses easily on. And so just looking for these innovations that would make it easier for the end consumer and make their experience better. Um, photochromic lenses, you and I were talking about beforehand, that's been a. A huge part of our business, you know, these lenses darken and lighten automatically in about 12 seconds. They'll go from light to dark. And so when you're talking about, you know, the gravel events with different, um, you know, lighting conditions start first thing in the morning. You want something lighter. But then you, when you're at the peak of the day and you're out on Mount Tam, like you're talking about the blazing sun, you want it to be to darken up, but you don't wanna have to pull over and swap out the lenses. So there's been a lot of technical innovations that kind of happened over the years. There is some fashion to it, Craig, for sure. Um, you know, it's, it's gotta look cool and it's gotta look cool to the end consumer and what everybody considers cool. It does change over time. Um, you know, we've definitely seen that right now on the sports side of things. You know, the big shield is, Is absolutely where the market is at. They won't, consumers looking for something that's flatter, uh, which actually for the end consumer optically is a little bit better. Uh, these flat lenses, um, give a distinct look, which is why most of the consumers are buying them, but the fact that they have less curve actually makes their optics a little bit better too. Um, so, you know, they, and then we have another whole side of our business that's more what I would consider sport lifestyle products. Um, in 2018, we launched a product called Swank, which is, um, It's, it's a lifestyle looking glass, but it's made with the same frame and lens materials that we make the, you know, $80 interchangeables with. So you can go, you know, do a, a gravel race in it or you can go hang out in the coffee shop with it. And that's been one huge change in, uh, in the business in the last, you know, six years. That's now 60% of the volume. [00:20:55]Craig Dalton (host): And do you find that some of the, the cycling shops are picking up those more casual [00:20:59]Joe Earley: Yeah, they almost all do both. They almost all do both. In fact, up until, um, Actually still in units. The swank model that we sell is the number one selling sunglass in the cycling industry. Um, and funny story, we were talking about the vegan cyclist before, uh, we started recording Tyler rides with both. He'll ride our rail, which is our top of the line kind of sport piece, and then he'll wear our Swank xl and he's doing these crazy long events in what I consider something to be way more casual. It's got him fully protected, but he loves the way it looks. He loves the way it fits. And you know, that's 80% of the battle You wanna have something that's comfortable. Comfortable for you that, that you're comfortable with when you're out there doing these things? [00:21:38]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah. Yeah, exactly. Do you think about product development, we talk about cycling specifically. Do you think about mountain bikers differently than you do gravel riders or road riders, or do they all kinda end up merging [00:21:50]Joe Earley: I, you know, I think there's a lot of crossover. 'cause I mean, how many of us are there that we do? We do it all right. I mean, I started mountain biking, then I got into road cycling, and then I cycl across and then I do gravel. I used the same pair for all of them. Um, personally, there are some nuances, you know, in the mountain biking space, um, there is a little bit of preference to have something that's more full frame. Generally where that comes from is, um, you know, there's some, some mindset that, hey, if I crash, if it's got a frame on the bottom, that's not gonna cut me. I'm telling you from personal experience and from seeing tons of pictures over the years, if you crash hard enough, it won't matter whether you've got a full frame or you don't have a frame. You've got that, that possibility out there. Um, but I think, you know, most people these days are doing multiple disciplines. You know, when you're gravel cycling, you're p you're mountain biking, a lot of times you're doing single track, you're doing fire roads, you're doing road for certain parts of it. So those lines are so blurred now that I think the product tends to be quite a bit blurred as well. It used to be much more niche like, oh, if it's an open lens glass, that's for roadies. And then if it's a full frame, that's for mountain bikers. I don't see as much of that anymore. There's still some of it, but it's not nearly as much now. [00:23:02]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah. Yeah. I have to say when I first started riding the rail, my, my initial reaction was, this thing is so light. Can it possibly withstand? I mean, it's not like I go around crashing my face into things, but it was just this reaction I had. Like, is this gonna be durable enough? And, gosh, I've been wearing that glass for maybe at least a month now. And fortunately, knock on wood, I haven't crashed it. But I think I've, I've, I no longer think about durability as an issue [00:23:31]Joe Earley: Yeah, I mean we, we literally, when we started it, it's like we kind of talked about it's. People say, well, if it's, if it's $80 and it's got all the features of this $250 sunglass, well what's wrong with it? That's the the impression. We would go to trade shows with a hammer and we literally would put lenses on the ground and we would start hammering on the trade show floor just so people could see that, Hey, this is gonna protect you. Um, you know, why? How can we do it? Why Y is, you know, Y is brand X $250 if you try to put three lenses with it and we're able to sell them for $80 or even have. High quality products like swank that retail all the way down to $25. Well, it's a couple things. One, we're based in Watkinsville, Georgia. None of y'all have heard from it because it's the middle of nowhere almost. You know, we're 10 miles outside of Athens. We're not based in Southern California, so our cost of doing business is much lower. Um, number two, our marketing budget is tiny, right? I mean, you don't see full page ads with all the top Pro, pro tour riders. We don't pay. Those, those guys, we just don't, we don't have the budget for that. We're trying to give the consumer that high quality product at a value. And the way we do it is we've just got a lot smaller budgets overall, and we don't make nearly the margin. It's the high-end sunglass manufacturers do. Um, so that's kind of the, the secret in the sauce. Um, You know, it's, it's, we control our overhead for things, and we don't pay for, you know, crazy, crazy spends. We don't have the money to do that, so we're delivering the consumer a great product and they buy lots of it. [00:25:03]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah, I think you know that in the absence of this conversation, I would've assumed you were only a direct consumer brand and that's how you were able to achieve the, the price points that you are. So the fact that you're also affording a margin to your specialty bicycle retailer and running shops is quite impressive and maybe more illustrative of. What the cost of production actually is and what the cost of all those massive marketing budgets are for some of the bigger sung companies. [00:25:31]Joe Earley: I mean, it's a, it's a highly competitive space. I mean, most people know there is one company out there that's $25 billion in sales, and they really, mostly 99.9% of their business is on the ultra high end. And you know, from their standpoint, they have a great business. If they can sell it for $300, then they should. If someone will pay for it, then great. Uh, I've just never been wired that way. I was not that guy. I just can't get my mind around it because we've all had that high-end brand and we drop 'em a week after we buy 'em. And the scratches right in your field of vision and you've got a sick feeling in your stomach for this crazy expensive purchase you made that suddenly is now. That you've gotta go and spend more money to fix. Um, so that's just never been, never been our motto. It's all about having that value for the end consumer. [00:26:21]Craig Dalton (host): Got it. And Joe, if you were to recommend something in your lineup, and I know there's a lot of personal preference that goes into this, but if you were to recommend one set of glasses for a gravel cyclist out of your lineup, what would it be and why? I. [00:26:34]Joe Earley: Um, for me it would be the rail series. Um, so we have a standard rail and we have a rail XC and a rail race. They're all the same frame. I. Um, I like it 'cause it's completely rimless. Um, I like the completely rimless glass because you don't have to worry about fogging as much. So even if you're in a single track section down here in Georgia where it's super humid, if you're moving a little bit, it's gonna bring some airflow and you have nothing impeding your field of vision. You don't have a frame anywhere that you really notice in the activity. So, um, and I would recommend looking at one of what we call photo tech. Which is a photochromic option. We've got, um, both the Clarion Red and the Clarion Blue Photo Tech. What is that? These are, these are glasses that have a slight mirror to them. So, um, they're very light colored when they're not activated. But then when you're in full sun, you know, they're gonna give you a lot of shade. I have blue eyes, so I need that when I'm out there in full sun. And when you ride here in Georgia, mostly riding in full sun. Um, so I would definitely look at the rail series. That is, that's our bestselling, you know, Performance, um, sport piece in the line today. [00:27:38]Craig Dalton (host): That's the one I'm using. I'm using the, the blue one and it's the first time I, I put it on in my garage. It was really funny 'cause it's like, put it on, I looked in a mirror just to kind of see the color and then I walked outside. And to your point, like it changes pretty. Rapidly, um, really cool technology and, and to your point, like for an off-road cyclist, that versatility of the, the lenses changing themselves is super helpful. 'cause you don't have to change when you go in the woods, it's gonna automatically kind of just change that, that mirror element or the darkness that you're experiencing looking through 'em. [00:28:10]Joe Earley: Yeah, I mean it's, it is a technology that we started offering in 2005, um, and it's come. A tremendous way now, I mean these mirrored versions that we have now, those are just available in the last three seasons, um, that we just started offering those. That's not something you really see a lot of out there. Um, and we've definitely seen a lot of, a lot of end consumers on the cycling side of things love these. Um, 'cause one look, we all wanna, we think we look cool, um, with the helmet and the Lycra on and all that. Um, but definitely having that mirror out there, it. It looks cool too. So it, it definitely gives that, that, uh, the fashion factor that we all are looking for. [00:28:50]Craig Dalton (host): Nice. And the, the, the rail in the non photochromatic lenses, you've got, it sounds like you've got several op uh, options there as well. What are those, what do those look like? Are those clear lenses? Dark [00:29:01]Joe Earley: those are gonna come with three lenses. The lenses that come in the frame will be a shaded lens, you know, probably mirrored, um, more for full sun conditions. They'll come with what we call an AC red, all conditions red. That's a good like mid light conditions. If you're unsure what you're gonna be doing, go with the AC red. And then we always put a clear lens in the package. Um, you know, still a lot of people that like to ride at dusk or at night. And so this gives you a great night riding option there. All those, you can swap 'em out in just a couple of minutes. Um, Not even a couple of minutes inside of, you know, a minute. Once you're, once you're comfortable with 'em, they're very easy to swap those lenses in and out, in and out. And we do find people that, you know, they'll buy a photochromic option and then they wanna buy an extra lens to have, you know, you can get all those on our website. We offer custom, you know, products. So you can go on our custom, you know, portal on the web website and build up a rail with whatever frame color you want, whatever lens color you want, whatever ear, padd color you want, so you can fully customize it. [00:29:55]Craig Dalton (host): Nice. Since I got the Photochromatic one, it didn't have multiple lenses, so I'm curious how, how do you actually. Take the lens out 'cause it's a frameless design. So for the listener, you've got the, the, the ear earpieces going directly into the lens itself. [00:30:11]Joe Earley: Yeah, we've [00:30:12]Craig Dalton (host): Joe's gonna hold up a pair of glasses. [00:30:13]Joe Earley: on the side. I've got the glasses in front of me here. Um, but this, this mechanism on the side here, it basically, there's a little cam here. This, this has a little flex into the backside of the frame. This is a patent we have. Um, and so it allows this frame to flex and then just pull off. So it's, it's almost like a little bottle opener almost. And then when you put it back in, you just put it in the groove there and you just snap it on. It's just rotating it up and rotating it down. So it's, it's actually very, very simple. The biggest thing is, Craig, don't be scared. You know, these, these glasses. And I do this, uh, I do this for people all the time too. Let me grab a, um, I'll grab a sample. Ah, shoot, I don't have a good sample here to do it with, but our glasses with the, the frame material we use. You can twist 'em 180 degrees like this, so you're not gonna break them. And like I said, you can hit 'em with a hammer and they won't break. So don't be scared. Um, but we do have videos [00:31:05]Craig Dalton (host): let my nine year old, I can, I can let my nine year old manhandle him. [00:31:08]Joe Earley: I'm telling you, nine year olds and dogs are our two nesses. Um, that in my wife's purse, uh, if I wanna torture, test a pair of sunglasses, I just don't tell her and I put 'em in her purse and leave them there for a month. If they come out and they're in any type of shape to wear after that, then I know that they're gonna be a good product. [00:31:25]Craig Dalton (host): Yeah, I like that. I like that. Joe, this was awesome. I appreciate getting the backstory. Like I said, I've been familiar with the brand for so many years and I'm, I'm thrilled to actually own a pair now and get to use them and really can personally vouch for the quality and just super excited to hear that entrepreneurial journey and I wish you guys all the best. [00:31:43]Joe Earley: thank you so much for having us, Craig, and, um, you know, if we can help you anytime in the future, feel free. Free to give us a shout.
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Have you ever considered the vast impacts of mold on our health and well-being? Join us as we venture deep into the world of mold with our guest, Jason Earl, a mold specialist and the CEO of 1-800-GOT-MOLD. After a personal battle with severe allergies and asthma traced back to his mold-ridden childhood home, Jason found his calling in the healthy home business. We explore various mold testing methods, their limitations, and the significance of understanding the age and dust levels of a house for accurate readings. In a surprising twist, we delve into Jason's journey from Wall Street to finding his real passion in helping people detect and remediate mold. We examine the spectrum of illnesses that can stem from mold exposure and stress the importance of reducing exposure and altering diets for healing. Brace yourself for an eye-opening exploration of the often overlooked world of mold and its far-reaching effects on our health and life.You can Find Jason Earle at:*Website - https://www.gotmold.com/openmindedhealing/(to get your free ebook and coupon code for Mold Kit)*Facebook - Facebook.com/gotmold*Instagram - @GotMold Please Follow and Review this podcast if you would like to support the growth of this show. Thank You! :)If you enjoyed this episode, please consider sharing it with two people you know that might benefit from the information. The more knowledge that people have in their hands, the healthier we can all become. Note: By listening to this podcast, you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. This entire disclaimer also applies to any guests or contributors to the podcast. Under no circumstances shall Marla Miller, Open-Minded Healing Podcast, any guests or contributors to the podcast, be responsible for damages arising from use of the podcast.
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In This Episode, You Will Learn: What is mold and where does it come from? How to control and get rid of it. Your home age doesn't exclude you from mold issues. Resources + Links: Shoot us an email at email@example.com Or call the office 412-828-6000 Follow Doc Jacque on Instagram | @doc_jacque Subscribe to our YouTube Channel | Doc Jacque Schedule a Full Immersion New Patient Consultation with Doc Jacque Schedule your 15 Minute FREE Consultation Check out the Supplement Shop Find more resources on our website | https://www.docjacque.com/ Show Notes: Mold is a fungus that can grow in your house and cause many health problems with you, your children and your animals. It is caused by a weakness in the home such as a flood that is not properly cleaned up, poor build and many other situations. The year your home was built has no bearing on whether or not you have mold. In today's episode we discuss how to control and prevent mold so you keep yourself and your family as healthy as possible! 01:25 What is the difference between mold and mildew? 05:45 Mold comes from a weakness in the home. 08:50 How do you control mold? 11:20 Use visual inspectors and moisture readers to test for mold. 14:10 I am seeing higher numbers of new homes with mold issues! 17:20 The breakdown of this mold series.
Did you know that climate change threatens public health and safety, especially for underserved and vulnerable populations? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Georges Benjamin, MD, Executive Director of the American Public Health Association. Benjamin discusses regional differences of climate impact, and describes the ways extreme weather events can affect our health. Related website: https://www.apha.org/topics-and-issues/climate-change https://www.apha.org/-/media/Files/PDF/topics/climate/Energy_Justice_Key_Concepts.ashx https://www.apha.org/Publications/Fact-Sheets
Mold toxicity is a layman's term for mixed mold mycotoxicosis, which has been increasingly studied for the past two decades. Millions pf people world-wide suffer from this infection and may not know it as it is often undiagnosed or mis-diagnosed. It is generally recognized that we are facing a world-wide crisis with increasing numbers of people suffering from compromised immune systems. Modern construction methods are more susceptible to contamination with mold, which contributes to the rising numbers of individuals with mold mycotoxicosis. Pharmaceuticals alone are not adequate to treat this condition, nor are they always well-tolerated. We will discuss the signs and symptoms of this serious health problem and to naturally, and safely treat as well as prevent infection.
Lisa Beres is a renowned healthy home expert, Baubiologist, accomplished author, professional speaker, and Telly award-winning media personality. She specializes in helping busy individuals eliminate toxins from their homes through simple, practical solutions that improve health. Together with her husband, Ron, she co-founded The Healthy Home Dream Team and an online membership, The Healthy Babes Academy. Lisa is the author of "My Body, My House," a children's book, and co-author of "Just GREEN It! Simple Swaps to Save the Planet & Your Health." Lisa has made notable appearances on national television shows like "Dr. Oz," "The Rachael Ray Show," "TODAY," and others. As an experienced Baubiologist, she focuses on how the built environment affects human and ecological health. In this podcast episode, Lisa discusses common factors that may contribute to health issues in your home. She provides practical solutions, including tips on identifying and addressing mold problems and suggesting indoor plants that can help improve air quality. 2:30 Introduction 5:19 Baubiologist 12:00 Putting your health first 20:46 Fragrances 24:00 Mold 34:11 Portable Air Purifiers 2 Exclusive Gifts for our listeners from THE HEALTHY HOME DREAM TEAM: Free Gift #1 Free Gift #2 Connect with Lisa Beres: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronandlisa/ Website:https://ronandlisa.com/?fbclid=IwAR0HxVvNR6MOqu4TiWzIoIimcJqbx10dOeIFSPSxHEVOkntQ0ySu-hB8kwY Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ronandlisa For more from The Conscious Builder go to: The Conscious Builder Website: www.theconsciousbuilder.com The Conscious Builder Academy: www.consciousbuilderacademy.com Podcast: www.theconsciousbuilder.com/podcast YouTube: www.YouTube.com/theconsciousbuilder Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_conscious_builder/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-conscious-builder Facebook: www.facebook.com/theconsciousbuilder
Mold & Mildew Ewe, Gross right? September is Mold Awareness month, ya'll, so lets talk. The Earthy Girls want to encourage, inform & inspire you to take that small step, make that 2 degree pivot towards loving your planet not just living on it. It's a Mindset! Flip that Script. Reduce, Reuse and then Recycle. Consider it this way, It's Not just an inconvenience, it's an investment in the future generations. Find us on Instagram @earthygirl.co or on Facebook as Earthy Girls. To purchase one of our Earthy Girl Giftboxes click on this link. https://www.rlovefloral.com/product/earthygirlgiftbox/ If you want to support our show, donate to the cause, please click on the Venmo Link. https://account.venmo.com/u/Rebecca-Behnke https://anchor.fm/rebecca-behnke/subscribe https://kite.link/earthy-girls https://link.chtbl.com/Grg4n6-Xhttps: https://podvine.com/podcast/earthy-girls-3sM6ta9A9 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rebecca-behnke/message
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In this episode, we welcome Kim Strong to The Landing Spot to talk about holistic health and the dangers of environmental toxins to health and hormones. Kim is a Family Nurse Practitioner who is double board certified to do both family practice and functional medicine. We dive deep into her personal experience in treating herself and her patients from the effects of mold toxicity. She talks about how it can affect our health and hormones as well as some practices to treat it. We also talk about the importance of nutrition and sleep, along with some supplemental support for women battling fertility issues. She discusses how high dose IV Vit. C has been incredibly healing for people overcoming toxin-related illness and SO MUCH MORE. This episode is such a special behind-the-scenes look at how functional medicine can lead to actual healing rather than just symptom-masking. Thank you, Kim, for being on the show! Can't wait to have you back again. Are you a woman struggling with hormone-related fatigue, stubborn weight gain, anxiety and/or irregular cycles? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me @allisonhealthcoachnooe on Instagram to chat about possible solutions. Connect with Kim Strong on: www.truthintegrativemedicine.com, email@example.com, Twitter @truthintegrativ, Instagram @truthintegrativ, facebook @truthintegrativemedicine
Jonathan Kaplan has been fortunate to have sustain a 55 year career in ceramics wearing many hats: potter, ceramic designer, manufacturer, author, educator, master mold and model maker. Jonathan's book, “The Mold Making Manual-The Art of Models, Molds, and Slip-Cast Ceramics” is due to be published by the American Ceramics Society in the Summer of 2023. Jonathan credits his success and longevity in this field to having a curious mind. http://ThePottersCast.com/964
Cody Royle is a AFL coach who formally worked as a coach for the Canadian National team. Alongside this he is a two time author of 'The tough stuff' and 'where others won't' as well as acting as mentor to coaches around the globe.Show notesCody Royle and Michael Wright discussed a range of topics related to coaching, including Royle's background and journey to becoming a coach, the psychology of fear in sports, and the importance of human qualities such as awareness and communication in coaching performance. Royle emphasized the importance of a holistic approach to coaching that focuses on both technical knowledge and human qualities. He also discussed the challenges of removing subjectivity from coaching and suggested that coaches can benefit from seeing things from different perspectives and engaging in conversations to identify areas for development.Royle and Wright also discussed the challenges of becoming a head coach and the different pathways that coaches can take. They emphasized the importance of giving opportunities to coaches who may not fit the traditional mold and how this can lead to new and innovative ideas in coaching. They also talked about the pressures of coaching at different clubs and how it can affect a coach's career trajectory. Overall, the discussion highlighted the need for more diversity and inclusivity in the coaching industry.Throughout the meeting, Royle emphasized the importance of empathy, thoughtfulness, and belief in coaching. He believes that coaches often need someone to believe in them and that this can be emboldening. Wright thanked Royle for his time and they discussed promoting Royle's upcoming book. The meeting provided valuable insights into the world of coaching and highlighted the importance of a holistic approach that focuses on both technical knowledge and human qualities. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
My special guest is Dr. Christian Gonzalez, a naturopathic doctor and integrative oncologist who will share his expertise on environmental toxins and how they can impact our health. Dr. G provides practical tips for choosing safer cleaning and personal care products, improving indoor air quality, and testing for mold exposure. Dr. G shares his top tips for detoxifying your home and lifestyle from toxic chemicals and EMF exposure. So tune in to learn actionable strategies for creating a non-toxic home and lifestyle. We're excited to have this conversation with Dr. G and hope you'll join us to gain insights on this important topic! (00:00) Intro (2:17) Dr. G's journey to naturopathic medicine and focus on environmental toxins (6:14) Indoor air quality and mold exposure (7:52) Tips for improving indoor air quality (15:34) Mold exposure and brain fog (22:42) Recommendations for EMF protection (35:28) Empowering ourselves to have a better home
Join us in another illuminating episode of GoGaddis Real Estate Radio, your trusted source for mastering the art of real estate transactions with Cleve Gaddis. Whether you're stepping into the real estate market for the first time or are a seasoned buyer, this episode is packed with invaluable insights to ensure your home-buying journey is seamless and well-informed. In this episode, we're pulling back the curtain on home inspections, revealing what every home buyer should know. Gain a comprehensive understanding of what these inspections encompass and why they are absolutely crucial in your home-buying process. Discover the pivotal importance of choosing the right home inspector. We've compiled a list of ten essential questions to ask your home inspector, empowering you to make informed decisions. Your choice of inspector can make or break your real estate investment, and we're here to guide you every step of the way. Our exploration goes deeper as we delve into Clue Reports, Lead-Based Paint, Mold, and Moisture in your prospective home. Uncover the hidden dangers that can impact your quality of life and financial well-being. Knowledge is power, and we're here to ensure you're equipped with it. Furthermore, we'll shed light on the significance of Radon testing and other types of inspections to consider. Your home is a significant investment, and it deserves nothing but the best protection and care. Tune in now to elevate your real estate expertise. At GoGaddis Real Estate Radio, our mission is to empower you with the knowledge and confidence you need to make sound real estate decisions. Don't miss out on this vital episode. And remember, our sponsor, John Burchfield and Capital City Home Loans, is here to support your real estate dreams. Whether you're buying, selling, or seeking financial guidance, they're your trusted partners in the journey towards real estate success. Subscribe to our podcast and embark on your real estate journey with total confidence. With GoGaddis Real Estate Radio, there are no surprises at or after closing – only informed decisions and peace of mind. Host of GoGaddis Radio, Cleve Gaddis, has been a fixture in metro Atlanta real estate since 2000. He has served Atlanta since 1987 by helping thousands of buyers and sellers make smart decisions. As a Co-Team Leader of Modern Traditions Realty Group, he is able to help clients and real estate agents alike. He has the heart of a teacher and is passionate about helping listeners learn the ups and downs and the ins and outs of smart home buying and selling all throughout metro Atlanta. If you have a question for Cleve, click here : https://gogaddisradio.com/ask-a-question If you are looking to buy or sell your home with Cleve, click here : https://moderntraditionsrealty.net/contact If you are looking to join a real estate team, click here : https://moderntraditionsrealty.net/career-opportunity Vote for Modern Traditions Realty Group for Best Real Estate Team in Gwinnett County, click here: https://www.guidetogwinnett.com/best-of/vote/real-estate
Join us in this insightful and inspiring podcast as we dive into the world of product and software design with Jonathan Madera, the VP of Product Design for Data Accent. Jonathan shares his journey from childhood dreams of being a computer animator to becoming a successful designer and entrepreneur. As we delve into the world of data design, Jonathan reveals the challenges of simplifying data access for small business owners and the role of AI in making the user experience delightful. Get motivated and gain valuable insights in this podcast for aspiring designers and creatives!
Episode 230: This week, Nat's sitting down with a woman who seemingly does it all. We're talking about someone who has a chemistry degree, worked at a research lab right out of college, was a retail manager, was an assistant to a marketing freelancer, and is now a content creator with over 600,000 followers on TikTok, Sarah Baus! Sarah takes us on her own, "Era's Tour," discussing her work experiences and how one viral budget laundry hack, Tiktok, gained her millions of views and thousands of followers over night. Sarah talks about how she went from creating niche content to becoming a multi-faceted content creator, as well as her process of rebranding her podcast, Mutual Friends Podcast. From being coined the "least funny person" in her family to becoming "the only person who gets paid to be funny," Sarah walks us through her experience of breaking the influencer mold and creating content around the things she loves. Please be sure to rate, follow, review and of course, post to your highlight reel. Follow your host Natalie on Instagram @nataliebarbu and @therealreelpodcast. Follow Sarah @sarahebaus on Tiktok, Instagram and Youtube and her podcast, @mutual.friends.podcast on Instagram. Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible. Check out these deals just for you: LUME - Get 5% off your Starter Pack (that's over 40% off) with promo code REALREEL at lumedeoderant.com/REALREEL HONEYLOVE - Get 20% OFF @honeylove by going to honeylove.com/REALREEL Delavie - Use discount code "REALREEL" for 10% off your purchase! OUAI - Go to theouai.com and use code REALREEL for 15% off your entire purchase! Shopify - Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at Shopify.com/realreel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In our continuing study of Romans, today Pastor Mark leads us through the second verse of chapter 2. Consider with us the two-part command, not to conform to the pattern of this world (age, era, zeitgeist) but to be transformed by the renewing of our minds, which will result in being able to test and to approve what God's will is.
Even with the multitude of studies and evidence of the existence of mold toxicity and its successful therapies, sufferers are still searching for answers and are limited in finding legitimate resources regarding diagnosis and treatment. Dr Terri Fox brings exceptional real-world solutions for successful therapies and hope to those still searching for those answers. Dr Pinkston shares her story and her 22yo daughter's story of mold toxicity and her quest for answers in this episode. There is hope! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You might be tempted to skip this episode but it actually addresses the MOST IMPORTANT mold avoidance skill of all. Which skill am I talking about? You'll have to listen to find out ;) There's a scene in Interstellar that drove me crazy for YEARS, but I finally understand it now, and it makes all the difference.
The effects of bacteria, viruses, parasites, molds and other infections can linger in the body long after the infection. These molecules of invaders can trigger your body to attack itself. This is a common phenomenon that has been going on for a long time but has been gaining publicity with long haul symptoms since the pandemic. Turns out viruses aren't the only bugs causing long haul syndromes. Dr. Gary Kaplan, DO has been researching, treating and advocating for clients of all ages for chronic infections that cause chronic fatigue, mental health conditions and more. In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast, Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Dr. Gary Kaplan on how to identify if your chronic symptoms are related to lingering effects of previous infections. What You'll Learn From This Episode: Why chronic fatigue is a sign of brain inflammation 20-50% of people do not make enzymes to neutralize mold toxins How pieces of the bugs that you get infections from cause inflammation in your body Why mold, lyme, strep, viral infections, parasites could be keeping you sick How mental health issues can be related to chronic infections, especially in kids Tests commonly used to sleuth out chronic infections Connection between sleep apnea and chronic illness How to test yourself for the autoimmune condition for POTS by taking your blood pressure Resources From The Show: Dr. Gary Kaplan's Website - Kaplan Clinic - www.kaplanclinic.com Dr. Gary Kaplan's Book - “Why You Are Still Sick”- the how to sleuth out your chronic illness Link to the conference: New Developments in Understanding Chronic Illness: the Role of the Immune Dysfunction and Infections Epworth Sleepiness Scale Calculator - measures how sleepy you are during the day and if you're getting enough sleep.
Could the root cause of your health concerns be parasites? On this episode, Jared talks to Dr. Todd Watts, co-founder of CellCore Biosciences. Dr. Todd shares his health journey and what led him to develop CellCore's Roadmap to Health using carbon technology to help others eliminate parasites, Lyme, mold, fungal infections, and to reduce the overall toxic burden on the body. You'll learn how parasites can absorb and hold on to toxins which may explain recurrent and chronic illnesses. You'll also learn about the drainage funnel and how the body's natural detox pathways have to be open in order to detoxify systemically. Additional Information:Inquire to work with one of our CellCore practitioners: firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit the podcast website here: VitalityRadio.comYou can follow @vitalityradio and @vitalitynutritionbountiful on Instagram, or Vitality Radio and Vitality Nutrition on Facebook. Join us also in the Vitality Radio Podcast Listener Community on Facebook. Shop the products that Jared mentions at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!Please also join us on the Dearly Discarded Podcast with Jared St. Clair.Just a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated the podcast. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.
On today's episode (Ep 401) we talk about gearing up for the summer to fall transition as we get closer to full blown fall fishing! We give our favorite and best fall baits, the gear that we use this time of year that makes a huge difference.Blackfish Gear, Omnia Fishing and Do-it Molds links below!Thanks for listening! Please leave us a rating and review.Want to rock some Serious Angler, Business from the Bass Boat or Serious Dangler merch? Click the link to shop: https://seriousanglernetwork.com/----------DISCOUNT CODES/SHOW PARTNERS: • X2Power AGM and Lithium batteries (https://x2powerbattery.com/) Use code "Seriousx2" to save yourself 10% off your battery order• For your fishing electronics and boat rigging needs: Check out Bass Fishin Electronics at https://www.bassfishinelectronics.com/• Create your own custom baits with Do-It Molds! Click this link to get set up: https://store.do-itmolds.com/?AffId=26• Omnia Fishing: Use code "SERIOUSFIRST" for 15% off your FIRST order on Omnia and then for anything future orders use code "SERIOUS10" for 10% off your entire order at (www.omniafishing.com)• Hobie Eyewear (20% Off): Use This Link: https://shrsl.com/2w5mb & use code “SERIOUS20” ----------Listen and follow the other shows on the Serious Angler Podcast Network:• Business from the Bass Boat on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-from-the-bass-boat/id1498266771• Business from the Bass Boat on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5bcNUjUIrzHhDdhYbf0Y8F?si=igWWXGVSQYKJqK8-uOn1DA&nd=1• Lure Lab on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9v-l3kxscyEo1VaR496YuA• Lure Lab on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lurelabpodcast/• Lure Lab on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-lure-lab-fishing-tackle-podcast/id1647356424• Lure Lab on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/492TVeCHB214CzMUg1NHwX?si=d598629bef024663• Serious Angler on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/serious-angler-bass-fishing-podcast/id1481348744• Serious Angler on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0YM9ZUVNL9NRT4aUmKe4m4?si=e4507da9ef8e43f9----------Follow Along On Serious Angler Social Media:• Instagram: www.instagram.com/seriousangler/• Facebook: www.facebook.com/SeriousAngler• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SeriousAnglerBassFishing• Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@seriousangler• Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeriousAngler• Have a question? Email us at email@example.com----------Follow Our Personal Social Media:• Adam's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adam_deakin_/• Andy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fullfishingguideservice/• Andy's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkuwh_ttyk2uI6CKFHKNtAA• Bailey's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpM5fxOcUciqLsIB8dK7Ag• Bailey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bailey_eigbrett/----------#podcast #bassfishing #fishingpodcastPlease leave us a rating and review!Support the show
Why You Should Listen: In this episode, you will learn about ImmunoLytics and gravity plate testing. About My Guest: My guest for this episode is JW Biava. JW Biava is the Owner and CEO of ImmunoLytics, an environmental laboratory that specializes in assessing indoor environments for mold contamination and provides consultations with clients over how best to reduce any contamination found. JW's interest in environmental mold exposure grew tremendously after determining that high levels of mold in his own home were a major contributor to his various illnesses, as well as those of his family members. JW was introduced to Dr. Walter Hayhurst R.Ph. in the early 2000s, at which time he began working on the development of natural botanical products aimed at improving mold contaminated environments. These products were taken to market though CitriSafe, BioBalance, and Micro Balance Health Products. JW created ImmunoLytics Laboratory to address indoor air quality issues related to mold. ImmunoLytics began by assisting a few doctors who wanted to determine if mold exposure in their patients' homes could be contributing to their health issues. ImmunoLytics has since grown to service hundreds of doctors and tens of thousands of patients around the world on a yearly basis. JW holds several certifications including Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediation Contractor, AHERA Inspector, Lead Inspector, Radiation Safety Officer, Shipper of Hazardous Materials including Radioactive Materials, Thermography, and more. JW currently spends his days running a suite of businesses aimed at providing solutions for those with environmentally acquired illnesses. JW has been a featured speaker to hundreds of thousands through events such as The Toxic Mold Summit, The Candida Summit, The Toxic Mold Masterclass, as well as numerous podcast appearances. Key Takeaways: What are the various types of testing available? How does one break the tie when multiple methods paint different pictures? How is sampling with gravity plates performed? Do gravity plates have the ability to identify all relevant molds in biotoxin illness? What are the colony counts and how are they interpreted? What does bacteria showing up on a plate tell us? What does it mean if Candida appears on a gravity plate? What are some of the unexpected environments where mold might be found? Can swab testing identify molds that gravity plates may not? How important is source removal? What is the role of fogging or misting? How can the health of a car be improved? Connect With My Guest: http://ImmunoLytics.com Related Resources: ISEAI Mold Testing Guide (PDF) Interview Date: August 31, 2023 Transcript: To review a transcript of this show, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com/Episode189. Additional Information: To learn more, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com. Disclosure: BetterHealthGuy.com is an affiliate of ImmunoLytics Disclaimer: The content of this show is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness or medical condition. Nothing in today's discussion is meant to serve as medical advice or as information to facilitate self-treatment. As always, please discuss any potential health-related decisions with your own personal medical authority.
What is a crawlspace? If you're not local to the low country or this region you might have some questions about these tiny, cramped spaces lurking underneath your home. Mike Bergen of Complete Crawlspace is here to answer Erin + Stacy's burning crawlspace questions. Realtors - tune in to find out how to manage expectations for your out of town buyers on subjects like termites, MOLD and more. Today's episode is brought to you by Nick Cann Photo + Bill Payne NMLS ID#: 283298 with First Home Mortgage Check Out Our Partners: https://www.nickcannphoto.com https://www.billpaynemortgagebanker.com
Do you want to enhance your design practices and create more equitable outcomes for marginalized communities? Are you seeking a solution to incorporate human-centered design into your nonprofit organization? Look no further! Our guest, Sheryl Cababa, will be sharing the key to achieving improved design practices and fostering greater equity in the nonprofit sector. Join us as we explore how to create meaningful impact and drive positive change within your organization, resulting in more inclusive and equitable outcomes for all. Sheryl Cababa is a staunch believer in human-centered and equity-centered design. Pioneering her way through the design landscape, Sheryl currently leads as the Chief Strategy Officer at Substantial, a transformative design studio ensuring that design solutions are informed by the real lived experiences and contexts of the end users. With a design background shaped by industry giants like Microsoft and Philips, she has a unique ability to understand and weave the intricacies of design thinking with profound empathy for human experiences. Sheryl is particularly focused on uplifting historically marginalized voices in the education sector, crafting tools and solutions that approach the user experience innovatively and equitably. In this episode, you will be able to: Unearth the role of human-based design in empowering nonprofits to deliver real change. Recognize the significance of equity in design practices, catalyzing inclusive and effective solutions. Grasp the unique struggles that come with implementing human-centered design in the nonprofit landscape. Expose potential imbalances in power dynamics during design processes and their consequences. Reimagine fundraising through a fresh perspective rooted in empathy and long-term sustainability. Get all the resources from today's episode here. Many thanks to our sponsor, Constant Contact for making this episode possible. Our friends at Constant Contact provide nonprofit leaders like you with cutting-edge email and social media management tools. Want to craft emails that shine on every device or manage your social media effortlessly? And for those moments you're at a loss for words, their AI Content Generator, powered by ChatGPT, delivers engaging messages in mere seconds. For a platform that amplifies your marketing, saves time, and drives growth, look no further than Constant Contact. Get started with your risk-free trial using the promo code 'MALLORY' for 30% off your first three months. Discover more at www.constantcontact.com/mallory. Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthefundraising_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatthefundraising YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@malloryerickson7946 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mallory-erickson-bressler/ Website: malloryerickson.com/podcast Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-the-fundraising/id1575421652 If you haven't already, please visit our new What the Fundraising community forum. Check it out and join the conversation at this link.
Mold is a beast that can impact your GI symptoms and many other systems in the body. If you've suspected mold illness or exposure, this episode walks you though the steps necessary to determine if this is at play for your chronic health issues and some action steps that you can implement to help support detoxification from mold. In today's episode, I am breaking down my own story with mold illness, what I learned, and what I wished I would have done now looking back. Today on Love your Gut: -Why I suspected I had mold illness-How I determined I had mold illness-What I did to detox mold + our environment-Actionable steps to take if you suspect mold is a part of your story Key Moments: Resources: ● Take the free quiz to identify the root causes of your bloating.● Listen to our secret podcast "Fix Your Gut and Love Food Again."Connect with Dr. Heather Finley● Dr. Heather's book● InstagramNext Steps● Join the GutTogether membership program and start addressing your GI issues today! Links mentioned in the episode: GotMold? DRHEATHER10 for 10% offHigher Dose Sauna Link gets you 10% offOura Ring $40 off with this link
Episode 70: Welcome to episode 70! Woohooooooo! And to celebrate I have something a little different for you, something I should have started doing a while ago. We are heading into the lab or workshop if you will…. Our Last looks guest today is Rob Freitas, Rob is a Mold Maker and from what I've heard, a damn good done! Episode brought to you by: LUXE SKIN FX Making a Monster Book : https://amzn.to/47836sB Cinefex No.16 : https://amzn.to/3OJXD4d Notebook: https://amzn.to/44My6wz Become a Sponsor: https://forms.gle/xSaSFd4QjKx1GXMe8 BUY ME A COFFEE: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lastlooks
Wellness + Wisdom | Episode 567 Why does your body store unprocessed emotions and create a disease? Leland Stillman MD, joins Josh Trent on the Wellness + Wisdom podcast, episode 567, to discuss the emotional connection to physical pain, how stress affects the body, how your home is making you sick, why your lifestyle habits matter when it comes to your mental and physical health, and what to do about mold. Eustress and distress are two categories of stress. Eustress makes you stronger because your body has the resources it needs to respond to it. Distress is stress that degrades your ability to perform and long-term is bad for you. - Leland Stillman MD Live Life Well from Sunrise to Sunset Save 20% with code "WELLNESSFORCE" on everyone's favorite Superfoods brand, ORGANIFI, including their Sunrise to Sunset Bundle and their Women's Power Stack that includes HARMONY + GLOW for true hormonal balance and great health radiating through your beautiful skin. 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Get exact recommendations of where to start with your health. Take your health to the next level and learn tried and true methods to reach optimal health. Whether you're struggling with a chronic illness or seeking the next level of performance in your work, relationships, or vocations, Dr. Leland Stillman and Jim Laird can help you achieve the excellent health that you desire and deserve. The Fundamentals of Wellness - Get up to 50% off! The 5 Biggest Health Mistakes Unlock access to Dr. Leland's free video about the top mistakes he sees people making when it comes to health and what you can actually do about it. WATCH HERE! In This Episode, Leland Stillman MD Uncovers: [01:30] The Journey to Medicine + Health Leland Stillman MD The Fundamentals of Wellness - Get up to 50% off with code "JOSH"! His issues with sinus infections, ADHD, and breathing. What led him to study medicine and become a doctor. Why he's investing in a voice coach. [07:10] Is Your Home Making You Sick? The health issues Josh had as a child and now. 489 Dr. John Lieurance | It's All In Your Head: How To Relax The Default Mode Network, Endonasal Cranial Therapy + Why Psychosomatics: Transformation (LIVE at RUNGA) How Josh found out his sinus issues are related to mold. Why Leland can see your health issues just from looking at you. How respiratory problems can be related to the patterns we're stuck in. Jim Laird Sick building syndrome: how your household makes you sick. How mold and smart meters affect your health. [13:30] Mold: Your Immune System + Lifestyle Habits Matter Fosmon Programmable Digital Timer Outlet How difficult it is to find mold in your house. Why you need to be willing to dedicate time and do many tests in order to heal the disease. How past exposures and current lifestyle habits impact mold disease. Everyone has mold in their body. What role your immune system and immune response play in your health. [23:00] Your Health + Allostatic Load How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy! by Paul Chek Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High Stakes by Claudia Miller and Nicholas Ashford Why chemical sensitivities are becoming more common due to allostatic load. Theron Randolph Toxins and stress reduce your body's response to life. [27:00] Stress Factors That Make Us Sick Stress means to "pull apart." Eustress and distress. The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk Gabor Maté Why the mind-body medicine doesn't look at other lifestyle factors. How heavy metals start releasing when you begin to heal. [31:05] The Power of Positive Mindset Why a positive mindset is crucial at the beginning of your healing journey. Safe People: How to Find Relationships that Are Good for You and Avoid Those That Aren't by Henry Cloud and John Townsend Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No To Take Control of Your Life by Henry Cloud and John Townsend How unhealthy relationships can be driven by a toxic environment. Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink Why we need to own our mistakes and decisions and stay positive. [35:20] How People Store Emotions in The Body Why engineers are highly stressed. Understanding what your body is telling you through stress. Lewis Mehl-Madrona The body is where our emotions get stored. How professional fighters express their anger through fighting. [40:05] How Thoughts Become Things The Psychic Roots of Disease: A New Medicine by Björn Eybl Josh's journey to self-love. Why Leland used to find emotions confusing. Explaining why emotions can't be turned into a treatment plan. What it means to be full of life. Why there's no data to analyze for emotions or trauma. [47:15] How to Avoid Narcissists' Traps Why many people lack boundaries. The problems with narcissists and psychopats. "Don't You Know Who I Am?": How to Stay Sane in an Era of Narcissism, Entitlement, and Incivility by Dr. Ramani S. Durvasula How educating yourself can help you avoid being manipulated. The crazy-making behavior generated by narcissists. 550 Caspar Szulc | NAD+ Conscious Medicine: How Do We Change The Sick-Care System? [52:00] The Fundamentals of Wellness Why gluten allergy can cause gluten psychosis. The importance of drinking high-quality spring water. Why accountability is key in coaching people. What you can get from the Fundamentals of Wellness program with Dr. Leland. Leave Wellness + Wisdom a Review on Apple Podcasts Power Quotes From The Show Strategy About Life "Your strategy for your respiration comes down to your strategy about life. Are you running around always trying to put the fire out? Or are you somebody who know how to switch off and relax and lets somebody let's say take care of you." - Leland Stillman MD Fighters + Their Negative Emotions "One of the reasons why contact and violent sports don't embrace things like EMDR and neurofeedback is that once those guys get their demonsr, rage, and anger under control, and they release some of the negative emotions, they don't do their job of hitting and damaging other people as well." - Leland Stillman MD The Immune System "A healthy and well functioning immune system isn't not doing anything. It's just catching the problem early so you don't even notice it. The presence of symptoms is not necessarily a presence of bad microorganism." - Leland Stillman MD Links From Today's Show Leland Stillman MD The Fundamentals of Wellness - Get up to 50% off with code "JOSH"! 489 Dr. John Lieurance | It's All In Your Head: How To Relax The Default Mode Network, Endonasal Cranial Therapy + Why Psychosomatics: Transformation (LIVE at RUNGA) Jim Laird Fosmon Programmable Digital Timer Outlet How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy! by Paul Chek Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High Stakes by Claudia Miller and Nicholas Ashford Theron Randolph The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk Gabor Maté Safe People: How to Find Relationships that are Good for You and Avoid Those That Aren't by Henry Cloud and John Townsend Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No To Take Control of Your Life by Henry Cloud and John Townsend Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink Lewis Mehl-Madrona The Psychic Roots of Disease: A New Medicine by Björn Eybl "Don't You Know Who I Am?": How to Stay Sane in an Era of Narcissism, Entitlement, and Incivility by Dr. Ramani S. 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He graduated from Connecticut College with a degree in Environmental Health and a minor in Chemistry. He received his medical doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Medicine and completed his residency training at Maine Medical Center. He now resides in St. Petersburg, Florida, where he focuses on nutrition and hormonal health in his practice. In his spare time, he likes free diving and paddleboarding. Website Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube
Today's episode is sponsored by my friends at Paleovalley. Make sure to support this podcast by heading over to Paleovalley.com/NwJ and the 15% off discount will automatically be applied to your first order._____I'm excited to sit down with Dr. Stephanie Seneff. We talk about glyphosate and thyroid health, how to protect ourselves from glyphosate, and much more. Make sure to listen to the full interview to learn more.Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT, where she has had continuous affiliation for more than five decades. After receiving four degrees from MIT (B.S.. in Biophysics, M.S., E.E., and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), she has conducted research in packet-switched networks, computational modeling of the human auditory system, natural language processing, spoken dialogue systems, and second language learning. In recent years, Dr. Seneff has focused her research interests back towards biology. She is concentrating mainly on the relationship between nutrition and health. Since 2011, she has published over 30 papers, together with colleagues, in various peer-reviewed medical and heath-related journals on topics such as modern day diseases (e.g., Alzheimer, autism, cardiovascular diseases), analysis and search of databases of drug side effects using NLP techniques, and the impact of nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxins on human health.We discuss the following:All about Dr. Stephanie SeneffGlyphosate and autismProtection from glyphosateWater filtersGlyphosate and fungiLiver enzymes and fructoseThyroid illnessGlyphosate and gut healthGMO corns and soy on animalsVitamin A toxicity on liverHow to avoid glyphosateThoughts on autismThoughts on Bayer removing all glyphosate in home care productsWhere to find Dr. Stephanie Seneff_____RESOURCESWebsite: https://stephanieseneff.net/ MIT webpage: https://www.csail.mit.edu/person/stephanie-seneff Toxic Legacy book: https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/toxic-legacy/ Nutrition and Integrative Medicine for Clinicians: https://amzn.to/3LabHBD Part 1 Interview with Dr. Stephanie Seneff: https://youtu.be/NLzfZjpeqo8 ____CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore CureSIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER_____ ADDITIONAL RESOURCESNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy Resources_____ FIND ME