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The Healthy Skin Show
271: Cold Laser Therapy for Topical Steroid Withdrawal w/ Jing Rui Yeo

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 28:10


Have you ever heard of cold laser therapy (or the CAP laser) and how it can help with skin issues? Contrary to what most people think, it's actually not a laser! It is called Cold Atmospheric Plasma (CAP), and it is a type of ionized gas. My guest today delves into how it can help! Today's guest is Jing Rui Yeo, long-term TSW (topical steroid withdrawal) warrior and co-owner of Skin Solace Aesthetic Clinic. Through her advocacy for TSW, she helped to bring CAP treatments to the UK. Her passion is in alleviating the physical and mental struggles of those going through chronic skin conditions, particularly Topical Steroid Withdrawal. Have you ever suffered from TSW? Let me know in the comments if you've tried the CAP Laser and if it worked for you! In this episode: What is cold laser therapy + how can it help those with Topical Steroid Withdrawal? What does a CAP Treatment look and feel like? Length of treatments (and what else to expect) Who is NOT a great candidate for a CAP Treatment? The reason TSW warriors flake after receiving a CAP Treatment Quotes “It has regenerative properties to the skin. It is used in various skin conditions such as eczema, topical steroid withdrawal, and can help with acne as well."  [03:41] "The wetter the wound, the more zappy it feels, but generally, from the neck and down, people actually find it quite comfortable." [09:52] Links Find Jing online here and here Follow Jing on Instagram | Follow Skin Solace Aesthetic Clinic on Instagram Healthy Skin Show ep. 132: What is Topical Steroid Withdrawal? w/ Kathryn Tullos Healthy Skin Show ep. 200: Getting Emotional + Mental Support For TSW w/ Jing Rui Yeo Healthy Skin Show ep. 225: Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW)- Is It Just A Waiting Game? w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Cold Atmospheric Plasma Ameliorates Skin Diseases Involving Reactive Oxygen/Nitrogen Species-Mediated Functions (Frontiers in Immunology, 2022)

The Meaning of Catholic
Do You Fear God? On Rash Judgment [PREVIEW]

The Meaning of Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022


Join the MOC Guild family to access Guild content and community OR donate  Watch The Kennedy Report Paleocrat Patreon Terror of Demons: Reclaiming Traditional Catholic Masculinity City of God vs. City of Man (the Manifesto of this Apostolate)    

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,424 - Super popular Community Nike Store in Portland closes due to ongoing rash of thefts

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 15:58


The Nike Community Store in Northeast Portland is filled with neatly folded shirts, racks of athletic apparel and rows of Nike shoes — but no customers. The store quietly closed weeks ago and the company won't say when or if it will re-open. Nike corporate did not respond to three different emails."Closed for the next 7 days," Nike posted on its website. The same message has appeared since late October. Despite the notice posted online, customers show up at the store almost every day."There's nothing on the door. It doesn't say anything," said Carmelleta Nash-Pronold after finding the Nike store closed on a recent weekday afternoon. "Usually stores let you know what's going on."Support the showSign Up For Exclusive Episodes At: https://reasonabletv.com/LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsForReasonablePeople

The Healthy Skin Show
270: Low Histamine Diet: Is It Good Or Bad For Skin Rashes?

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 11:46


If you've been seeing more online about doing a low histamine diet to help your skin rash problems, you're not alone. I'm also seeing this happen on the clinical side of things – clients previously been advised by practitioners to reduce high histamine foods because of itchiness in the hopes that their rashes would improve. This might explain why I frequently get messages + emails asking me if a low histamine diet would be a helpful next best step. Rather than writing out a lengthy response to each person (because a one word response is no where near sufficient), I figured it was time to share my thoughts. My answer often surprises people because it's not what they'd expect. So that's what I'm digging into today with the hope that the nuance will help you make a more informed choice for yourself about whether a low histamine diet is worth a try (or not). In this episode: Helpful criteria to figure out if doing a low histamine diet would be worthwhile Biggest problems with a low histamine diet (no one tells you ahead of time) List of chronic skin issues that might improve How strict do you need to be on the diet to get results? Should you stay on a low histamine diet for life? Quotes: Certain types of rashes will likely improve moreso with a low histamine diet such as chronic hives, urticaria, dermatographia, angioedema, and histamine-driven eczema. As a rule of thumb, more food restrictions in general do not necessarily equate to being healthy.

Bible Talk — A podcast by 9Marks
Joshua 9–10: On the Gibeonite Deception, Rash Vows, and Booing Woodrow Wilson (Bible Talk, Ep. 68)

Bible Talk — A podcast by 9Marks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 42:41


The Healthy Skin Show
269: Allergy Testing: Everything You Need To Know w/ Dr. Stacy Silvers

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 32:59


I'll be direct. Anything and everything to do with food allergies seems to be kind of confusing. I'm hoping today to demystify some of the questions and thoughts and ideas from the patient side of things around allergies and allergy testing, specifically. Today's guest, Dr. Stacy Silvers is a board-certified allergist specializing in environmental and food allergy diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Dr. Silvers oversees Aspire's allergy program and protocols, and also leads the food allergy and oral immunotherapy (OIT) program at Aspire Allergy & Sinus. Dr. Silvers is considered an expert in the field of food allergy diagnosis and treatment. Join us as Dr. Silvers discusses all things relating to food allergies, diagnosis and treatment! What do you have experience with? Is it patch testing, skin prick, intradermal testing, blood test... the whole nine yards? Let me know in the comments what has worked for you and if your diagnosis was a game-changer! In this episode: Food sensitivities vs. food allergies The differences between allergen testing -- blood, patch + skin prick Which medications interfere with allergy testing results Why you could develop a food allergy despite eating it before without any issue Thoughts on removing foods to figure out a food allergy Quotes “That's one of the benefits of (skin prick) testing is you get quick results, usually before you even walk out the door. So that test is very good for nasal allergies, food allergies, anaphylactic type reactions." [05:31] “When we compare prick testing and the lab testing, the sensitivity is about 75% with the blood test compared to the prick test. So if we can do the prick test, we prefer to go that route. But we can't always do the prick test. You have to be off certain medications in order to do the prick testing reliably." [09:12] Links Find Dr. Silvers online Follow Aspire Allergy on Instagram Healthy Skin Show ep. 248: Is Eczema Related To Histamine Intolerance?  Healthy Skin Show ep. 222: Food Allergies + Skin Rashes in Kids w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS Healthy Skin Show ep. 037: Nickel Allergy And Eczema w/ Dr. Peter Lio

Best of News Talk 590 WVLK AM

Kruser talks to Jessica Rash from the Lexington Fire Department about the Lexington burn ban and the 2 wildfires burning in Estill co.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Spurs - Daily Podcast On The San Antonio Spurs
Discussing the Spurs' recent rash of player injuries & team yoga with Dr. Ryan McCorkle

Locked On Spurs - Daily Podcast On The San Antonio Spurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 31:39


On this episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia welcomes Dr. Ryan McCorkle for his weekly visit to talk about the Spurs' recent rash of player injuries. What exactly did Blake Wesley suffer with his MCL sprain? Why did Devin Vassell stay out longer than expected? Also, the Spurs are incorporating more yoga this season. McCorkle weighs in on that! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNBA PrizePicks First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Healthy Skin Show
268: Plant-based Vs Carnivore Diet: What's Best For Chronic Skin Issues?

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 13:16


Have you read online that going plant-based or carnivore will totally heal your skin? I'm sure you've probably come across this type of information on social media or in chat forums where people swear that what worked for their skin is the magic answer for everyone. To be honest, I have intentionally steered clear of this topic for a long time now because I wasn't sure how to cover it. I've certainly been pitched by staunch proponents of each diet to share their opinion here on the Healthy Skin Show about why their diet approach is best. But my concern is that these conversations can be incredibly one-sided and, even at times, emotionally manipulative. Diet is so deeply intertwined with what makes you who you are physically, emotionally and mentally. So I wanted to find a way to share my clinical thoughts on both of these very popular diet trends without the dogma. AND while also being clear about my personal diet bias (based on my current clinical experience and how I personally eat). My hope is that the insights shared here will help you make a more informed decision that truly is best for you, rather than an emotional choice that doesn't center you in the equation. In this episode: Plant-based vs Carnivore diet – which is better in my opinion? My clinical diet bias (so you can keep this in mind) Pros + cons of a plant-based diet Why plant-based diets may improve your rashes Pros + cons of a carnivore diet Why going carnivore could improve your rashes My thoughts on diet dogma (especially as a nutrition professional) Quotes: I believe that each person bears the responsibility of figuring out the best way to support their body from a dietary standpoint. No one should be bullied or shamed for their dietary preferences or choices.

Charolais Chatter
Season 1 Episode 17 with Beyond the Ring podcast star Ryan Rash! Royale and NILE results!

Charolais Chatter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 81:57


Season 1 Episode 17 with Beyond the Ring podcast star Ryan Rash! Royale and NILE results!

BJ & Jamie
Halloween Candy, Ski Areas Opening, Tabloid rash

BJ & Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 27:12


Hour 1 - Jamie's cotton candy for Halloween machine was a success. Several ski areas are opening this week! Tom Brady spoke about his divorce from Gisele on a podcast. 

Intellicast
A Rash of Acquisitions in the MRX Industry

Intellicast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 44:03


Welcome back to Intellicast! We have a jammed packed news episode for you today.  Before jumping into the latest market research news, Brian Lamar and Producer Brian catch up on some current events, including some Halloween talk, as well as talking about the last couple of conferences of 2022. Then the guys jump into the news, starting with a couple of stories about Momentive.  First, they discuss the announcement that Momentive was reducing their workforce by 11% as part of a restructuring plan. They then touch on another Momentive story that came out a few days after the previous one where they had been approached about another potential sale. The guys then discuss a string of merger and acquisition stories, starting with the news that Maru Group was acquired by Stagwell, a marketing communications company. They also talk about the acquisition of GutCheck by Toluna, and Voxpopme acquiring Jamin Brazil's company HubUX.  As part of the discussion around these acquisitions, it leads Brian and Producer Brian down a road to a couple of philosophical discussions. One is the impact of investment, specifically in the sample industry, and how it is causing sample to become inconsistent because of the investment. The other is how sample is not a commodity. After the large acquisitions segment, Brian and Producer Brian touch on the news about the new product enhancement Suzy has rolled out to their platform. In a story that is right up Producer Brian's alley, the guys talk about the announcement that Nielsen will be reporting viewing figures for Netflix next year as Netflix rolls out their ad-supported subscription option. This leads to a deeper discussion about the bad blood that existed between the two companies just a few years ago, and how they might have moved forward from it. In the final story of this extended episode, the guys touch on the latest IPA Bellweather report that found marketing research spending declined 4.1% in Q3 and the third consecutive quarter of a spending downturn. Thanks for listening! EMI's annual report on the sample industry, The Sample Landscape, is now available! Get your copy here: https://emi-rs.com/the-sample-landscape/ Want to catch up on our blogs? Click here. Missed one of our webinars or want to get some of our whitepapers and reports? You can find it all on our Resources page on our website here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This Week in Startups - Audio
$MSFT, $GOOG, $SPOT earnings breakdowns + Coco CEO Zach Rash | E1596

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 70:43 Very Popular


First up Jason does a solo breakdown of recent earnings reports from $MSFT (1:38), $GOOG (13:59), and $SPOT. (26:46) Then, Molly is joined by Coco CEO Zach Rash for another edition of The Next Unicorns! (39:09) (0:00) Jason tees up today's segments (1:38) Microsoft earnings breakdown (12:42) OpenPhone - Get an extra 20% off any plan for your first 6 months at https://openphone.com/twist (13:59) Google earnings breakdown (25:20) LinkedIn Jobs - Post your first job for free at https://LinkedIn.com/unicorn (26:46) Spotify earnings breakdown (33:54) Why now is the best possible time to start a company (37:58) TripActions - Go to https://tripactions.com/twist and get a $500 Amazon gift card after making your first travel booking OR paying off your first $1000 of liquid spend (39:09) Coco CEO and Founder Zach Rash joins Molly Wood to talk about his robo-delivery startup! (55:38) Last mile delivery market size, why Coco is focusing on remote-controlled vs autonomous, and more! FOLLOW Zach: https://twitter.com/zac_rash FOLLOW Jason: https://linktr.ee/calacanis FOLLOW Molly: https://twitter.com/mollywood Subscribe to our YouTube to watch all full episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkkhmBWfS7pILYIk0izkc3A?sub_confirmation=1

The Healthy Skin Show
267: Can Certain Foods Make Eczema Worse?

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 13:33


If you've thought that there is an official eczema trigger foods list you should follow… Think again. These lists are often made up of arbitrary foods that may or may not be a problem for you. Often these lists scare people into avoiding foods unnecessarily which can have unintended consequences for your physical and mental health (as well as your relationship with food). Instead of seeking out a list of foods to avoid when you have eczema, it's wiser to question why you are reacting to certain foods in your diet. If there's a legitimate IgE food allergy – that's one thing (and it's best to follow your doctor's recommendation on that front). But assuming you now have a food sensitivity or food intolerance may mean you miss crucial clues to hidden problems lurking below the surface. Here's my take based on my work as a clinical nutritionist on why certain foods can make your eczema worse! In this episode: Eczema trigger foods list: Does one exist? Thoughts on different naturally occurring food chemicals + eczema flares Breakdown on what gut function is + how it can contribute to eczema Why you might be reacting to certain foods (that has nothing to do with the food itself) Debunking the notion that eczema is all about food sensitivities Quotes: There is no official list of eczema trigger foods no matter what you research online. When there are gut function issues, the way food will interact with your gut will likely be problematic.

We Live On A Planet
WLOAP Show Episode 569 "Hard to be Happy"

We Live On A Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 35:39


"The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be." -Marcel Pagnol. End of an era, sold Pengo. Mixed feelings about the sale. Rash of thefts around the city. Might need a security camera. We learn somethings on todays show too! Thanks for your support and your time! I appreciate you! Until next time, peace. Contact me at WLOAP.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wloap/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wloap/support

Planet FPL - The Fantasy Football Podcast
Rash & Mart | Planet SkyFF S. 4 Ep. 13 | Sky Fantasy Football

Planet FPL - The Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 62:22


On this week's Sky Fantasy Football Podcast Suj & James debate whether transfers are still worth making as we approach The Overhaul and every move needs a 'is it worth it?' second thought. There could still be interest in Arsenal and Manchester United assets this Sunday and the pros and cons of players from both are considered with captaincy for Sunday important; Erling Haaland contingencies discussed, what we can learn from the last week's games, plus the Christmas and New Year TV announcements & more covered... Coming up tomorrow on Planet FPL - Clash of the Correspondents: Brentford v Wolves with @FPLDummyTom & @parker_bradley ___________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL and SkyFF community and support the Podcast? Our Patreon content in October features over 20 additional Podcasts from Intermediate Tier and today's Podcast offering is Tot&Ham. Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl #SkyFF #SkyFantasyFootball #SkyFantasy

One Radio Network
10.24.22 Jennifer One

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 69:31


ORN Dr. Jennifer Daniels show notes 10/24/22 Part one It's all about balance. Vegetables only and meat only for too long will make you ill. Experiment and try out diet stuff for yourself. Gout – probably not enough water or vegetables. Exhausted, tired, adrenal fatigue – eat more meat and liver. If meat is clean, most ill effects are from lack of water. The Netherlands proposed to kill 30% of livestock because of nitrogen in manure. In New Zealand, taxing animal emissions. Hidden documents prove globalists want to take over Russia. Globalists plan to Inflate their way out of the debt. Taking away meat is a war on the health of individuals. Don't want them to have the nutrients that make them mentally and physically strong. Insects provide physical but not mental strength. Health of ankles, legs, hips determine how well we age. Freeze tendons flat, cook in crockpot overnight on high. Cook meniscus with them. Chitin from insects said to be toxic to humans. Sensitivity to chitin happens when person doesn't have enough cholesterol. Use TREAT20 code for 20% off sale on Surthrival Colostrum. Breast lumps from caffeine. Stop coffee, take shilajit. Lipomas are a parasite. Poop 3 times a day, drink plenty of water. What we call aging is the process of parasites taking over the body. Herxheimer reaction happens when liver is trying to filter parasites and gets clogged. Effective ivermectin dosing is once a year. Rash is the toxins coming out of the skin that the liver can't handle. Best result with turpentine is once a month. See Candida Cleaner Report at VitalityCycles.com. Carly gets breast pain the day after ovulation. Increase cholesterol intake to increase internal barriers. Liver, bull testicles, brain are good cholesterol sources, take 2x/week. Eggs have cholesterol but don't have the minerals and nutrients to take advantage of the cholesterol. Soak liver in milk for a day before cooking to get rid of strong taste. Listener complains that her good diet isn't working for her anymore. Do stretches to get things moving. Tammy has heart racing, arrhythmia, shortness of breath, palpitations, swollen ankles, pulsing lip. Measure how much water you're drinking, increase by 1 liter. Need more salt. Black squid ink in broth every day, heel lifts, tippy toe raises. Robert asks about brown spots on the face. Caused by weak liver, not enough connective tissue. Increase intake of tendons, pig ears, hydration, poop 3 times/day. Is it okay to have rabbit pellets poop? Yes. Why do people over 70 have trouble sleeping through the night? Problem is parasites having exponential growth. Take ivermectin once a month, or turpentine twice a week. Concern about huge doses of THC in medical marijuana. Smoking it is harmless, but the pill is not natural. Don't want the FDA regulating it. Receding gums – take cow tendons and connective tissue. Boil up a cow or pig head. Beef, pork, or buffalo liver, boil up organs.

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
Psychopharm Commandment 4: Lamotrigine Rash

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 17:27 Very Popular


How to assess, treat, and when you can restart after a lamotrigine rash.CME: Podcast CME Post-Tests are available using this subscription. If you have already enrolled in that program, please log in.Published On: 10/24/22Duration: 17 minutes, 27 seconds

On The Gutter
SEAN RASH-bad boy of bowling?! Ep38

On The Gutter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 60:23


This week Kurt and I have our weekend recap and we discuss what the PBA could do to make the PBA league more intriguing. We are joined by former PBA Player of the Year and future hall of famer, Sean Rash! We discuss his career and what he thinks of being called the bad boy of bowling. 

The Healthy Skin Show
266: Eczema-Gut Connection (PART 1)

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 13:07


If you haven't considered the potential gut connection to eczema, then this will be quite surprising to you! Many of my atopic dermatitis clients struggle with chronic gut issues. And some have extremely imbalanced gut microbiomes, but don't even have any gut symptoms! Testing and certain patterns that I see in my clinical practice have underscored the importance of considering the impacts that the gut has on the skin, so we're going to start diving into that today! In this episode: Factors that impact the eczema-gut connection When gut microbiome imbalances can start (HINT: it's earlier than you think!) Specific types of bacterial overgrowth I see in eczema clients Imbalances that current research is highlighting in the “eczema gut” What tends to be skewed in the gut microbiome of young babies + kids Quotes: Inflammation that impacts the skin often doesn't originate in the skin… but actually somewhere else in your body. The gut of someone with eczema may look different compared to someone who does not have eczema.

The Morning News with Vineeta Sawkar
The Rash Report: Homeless policy, Jan. 6th Committee and more

The Morning News with Vineeta Sawkar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 4:57


John Rash of the Star Tribune joins Vineeta for the weekly Rash Report. They discuss the Jan. 6 committee, upcoming Strib endorsements and national homeless policy.

The Healthy Skin Show
265: Problem with Antihistamines That No One Tells You w/ Dr. Chris Thompson, MD

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 31:49


Itchy eyes. Sinus pressure. Coughing and sneezing... Many people take antihistamines to get through an allergy episode, and that can be totally OK. But what about if you have to take them everyday? Are there potential long term side effects? Today's guest, Dr. Chris Thompson, is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist, Head & Neck Surgeon with over 25 years of experience practicing medicine in Texas. He earned his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A & M University in College Station and went on to receive his Doctorate of Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Dr. Thompson completed his residency with the Department of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.Dr. Thompson focuses solely on allergy, sinus and nasal treatment and is considered an expert in all three fields. He is one of a handful of doctors that played an integral role in the development of the cutting-edge sinus procedure, Balloon Sinuplasty. Dr. Thompson is also experienced with nasal reconstructive procedures and rhinoplasty. He is very excited for the future of allergy treatment through sublingual immunotherapy, as more patients choose and stay consistent with the treatment. He is also a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Texas Medical Association, and Travis County Medical Society. Join us as Dr. Thompson discusses all things relating to allergies, the side effects of long-term use of antihistamines, and other options that people can use or try to get off of those meds such as immunotherapy. Have you used antihistamines to calm down a severe allergic response? Have they helped, but you're ready to try something new? Let me know in the comments if you have questions! In this episode: Are antihistamines appropriate for daily use? Different types of antihistamines (what do they do?) How eczema, food allergies + asthma are related Antihistamines crossing the blood-brain barrier (YIKES) Non-pharmaceutical options to consider (and discuss with your doctor) Treatment options for different types of specific allergies Quotes “There are some studies that link long-term antihistamine use with things like dementia. There was one I read recently that showed an increase in glial tumors, which are typically brain tumors... There are links to depression. There are links to weight gain with these and all, but one of the antihistamines over-the-counter can cross the blood-brain barrier." [4:16] “One of the most surprising facts about allergy is that only 2% of the population of allergy patients seek allergy care. Imagine, if 3% of cancer patients or 2% of sleep apnea patients sought and received proper care for their medical ailment? It would just be unfathomable, but yet in the allergy world, again, we're not talking about a life threatening problem in most cases, but it really does get sidelined and poo-pooed by a lot of doctors." [25:20] Links Find Dr. Thompson online Follow Aspire Allergy on Instagram Healthy Skin Show ep. 248: Is Eczema Related To Histamine Intolerance?  Healthy Skin Show ep. 164: Mold Illness vs. Mold Allergy w/ Dr. Kasey Holland Healthy Skin Show ep. 037: Nickel Allergy And Eczema w/ Dr. Peter Lio

Seeking Derangements
SD 162 - Undercover Billionaire 2: We're Drinking w/ Jake

Seeking Derangements

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 79:19


It's review number two mamas! We hit you with some business tips of our own, reveal the fattest girl food ever, get drunk, roast Moniques lame ass, thirst for Grant, and worship miss Elaine. Follow Jake @hoe_slut_hoe on IG, go to Heaven in Bushwick, and keep your eyes peeled for Rash's reopening.

The Grand Gesture
Rash Decisions with Winona Ryder in HOW TO MAKE AN AMERICAN QUILT

The Grand Gesture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 33:38


"Young lovers seek perfection. Old lovers learn the art of sewing shreds together and of seeing beauty in a multiplicity of patches." If one grew up in the 90s those defeated souls could not escape the pop culture wisdom that came out of Winona Ryder's dumb mouth. Thankfully a better cast of Maya Angelou, Anne Bancroft, Ellen Bustyn, Lois Smith and Alfre Woodard make up for the slow death march that is Wino Forever. Also Dermot Mulroney is in this. That seems oddly fitting. Kind of like having Winona superfan Dave Giannini of OFF SCREEN DEATH on to ruin a perfectly good podcast. Enjoy! Support what we do on Patreon with bonus episodes! Listen on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Google Podcasts/Amazon Music Facebook/Instagram/Twitter: @grandgesturepod Hosts: @daystew Twitter/Letterboxd @projectingfilm Twitter/Letterboxd Theme music by Soft and Furious Intro: "Am I Drunk or in Love" Outro: "I Like the Way You Are Talking to Me" Find out more at https://thegrandgesture.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

The Morning News with Vineeta Sawkar
The RASH REPORT: Should newspapers dump political endorsements?

The Morning News with Vineeta Sawkar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 6:09


John Rash of the Star Tribune Editorial board on the Rash Report with Vineeta Sawkar. 

The Healthy Skin Show
264: How to Balance Your Skin's Microbiome with Endolysins (MIND BLOWING!)

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 29:24


Have you ever heard of endolysins? Are you wondering what these things are and how are they relevant when talking about skin conditions? Today's episode is sponsored by Gladskin which makes a topical cream that I think you should know about called Eczema Cream with Micreobalance®… and it's highly relevant to what we're talking about today. I became aware of Gladskin several years ago when community members started to share their personal stories of how Gladskin's Eczema Cream had helped their eczema flares + symptoms.Because I didn't fully understand how exactly the product worked, I read up on the Micreobalance® endolysin technology and talked to people at Gladskin so that I better understood why it could be helpful while being free of antibiotics and steroids. I was really impressed with how neat endolysins are – sort of like pac-mans (for those of you who are old enough to remember that video game) that target the bad and preserve the good, to keep your skin microbiome in check. You can check out more about Gladskin Eczema Cream with Micreobalance® AND save 15% off your order at www.gladskin.com/healthyskinshow. My guest today is Dr. Peter Lio, a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology & Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, completed his internship in Pediatrics at Boston Children's Hospital, and his Dermatology training at Harvard where he served as Chief Resident in Dermatology. While at Harvard, he received formal training in acupuncture. Dr. Lio will be giving you the low down on endolysins – I know you're going to find this just as fascinating as I do, so let's dive in! Have you ever tried Gladskin, and has it helped on your skin journey? Post something you learned it in the comments! In this episode: The difference between the skin microbiome of eczema vs healthy skin Thoughts on antibiotic resistance as a growing medical concern Endolysins: what are they + how they support the skin microbiome How Gladskin's Micreobalance® utilizes endolysins to help the skin's microbiome Real-life stories from Dr. Lio's practice of patients using Gladskin Tips + strategies to help you use Gladskin with Micreobalance® Quotes “There is some very convincing evidence that it may help with not only the bacterial balance on the skin, but also with atopic dermatitis. So we can actually see some of the studies are studied in patients with eczema or atopic dermatitis. I think there is pretty convincing evidence of clinical helpfulness of these [endolysin] products.” [10:47] “... the baby's branded one. Actually, they remove the oat because there is some discussion around putting foods on our skin and the connection between allergy. Some people really do have an oat allergy. So [The Eczema Cream for Babies and Kids] is an even simpler, kind of an even cleaner preparation for the babies, which I love." [14:44] "I'm really excited about Gladskin's work in this space. I think they're being bold. They're trying something totally new and entering in as really the only one of its kind right now. So it's kind of exciting to have a totally new class. When patients say, 'What is this like?' It's like, 'Nothing. It's really a totally new thing!' This is something really new and exciting." [22:46] Links Check out Gladskin here Follow Gladskin on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Find Dr. Lio Online Healthy Skin Show ep. 001: How to Protect & Strengthen Your Skin Barrier w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 176: Dealing With Recurrent Skin Infections w/ Dr. Peter Lio Follow Dr. Lio on Twitter | Facebook Research The Advantages and Challenges of Using Endolysins in a Clinical Setting (Viruses, 2021) Topical S. aureus-Targeting Endolysin Significantly Improves Symptoms and QoL in Individuals With Atopic Dermatitis (Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, 2021) Endolysins as Antimicrobials (Advances in Virus Research, 2012) Targeted anti-staphylococcal therapy with endolysins in atopic dermatitis and the effect on steroid use, disease severity and the microbiome: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial (MAAS trial) (Trials, 2017)

Health Babes Podcast
#072 The 4 Key Factors for Healthy Skin with Dr. Trevor Cates

Health Babes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 27:37


In this episode Dr. Campbell and Dr. Hohn speak with skin care expert, Dr. Trevor Cates. She is a naturopathic doctor, author, and founder of The Spa Dr. She specializes in helping patients address a wide variety of skin conditions that are rooted in underlying health imbalances. We learn about the skin/microbiome connection and the significant role of blood sugar. We then talk about contributing factors to skin issues that are often overlooked, such as hormones, diet, and certain skin care products. No matter what skin issue may be presenting for you, it's important to remember that it might be an indicator of a deeper issue within the body.    TOPICS: Dr. Trevor Cates journey with her own skin (01:12) Hormones and skin issues (04:25) Gut/Skin connection (08:05) Food triggers (10:29) Disruptive skin care products (15:55) Ingredients to look out for (19:50) 4 key factors (23:30)   MORE FROM THE HEALTH BABES:   Did you know? You have a chance to win 1 of 2 prizes, with a giveaway in every episode! Leave a review to win, and don't forget to subscribe for future episodes!   Follow Dr. Trevor Cates on Instagram @thespadr Subscribe to the The Woman's Doctor Podcast Visit her website at TheSpaDr.com Purchase a copy of Natural Beauty Reset Shop the Spa Dr Skin Collection HERE   Find more from Dr. Becky Campbell and Dr. Krystal Hohn at DrBeckyCampbell.com Consult with us one on one HERE   Follow Dr. Becky and Dr. Krystal on Instagram @drbeckycampbell and @drkrystalhohn, follow the Health Babes Podcast @healthbabespodcast Find us on Facebook, on Pinterest, and on YouTube   Get resources on how best to support your thyroid HERE Wondering if you have histamine intolerance? Take THIS QUIZ and receive a free histamine guide Get answers to your health questions HERE

Mayo Clinic Talks
Psoriasis: Let's Talk Rash-tionally

Mayo Clinic Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 19:44


Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. @chutkaMD Guest: Jason C. Sluzevich, M.D. Psoriasis is a somewhat atypical dermatologic condition which can come and go over time. In many, there may be seasonal effects and in some, psoriasis can have an associated arthritis. It has a characteristic distribution and while it has no cure, there are a variety of established and new treatment options. In this podcast, we'll review how to diagnose psoriasis, its characteristic appearance, its associated arthritis, and management strategies with Jason C. Sluzevich, M.D., a dermatologist from the Mayo Clinic. Connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd. 

PJ's Podcast
10-1-damian-kyle_hasty-decisions-and-rash-judgements.mp3

PJ's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022


The Morning News with Vineeta Sawkar
The Rash Report: Media's important role in emergency situations is tested once again.

The Morning News with Vineeta Sawkar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 6:08


Hurricane Ian has devastated Florida, and many are relying on news reports for storm updates.   More with Vineeta and John Rash on The Rash Report. 

Carolina Outdoors
Talking Coldwater Trout with Jake Rash

Carolina Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 21:56


(From 10.01.22, Segment 3) If you didn't know....trout love cold water! That's right, the best time to do some trout fishing is when the temperatures are low! Join the Outdoor Guys as they get trout insights from Jake Rash, Coldwater Research Coordinator for the Inland Fishery Division of the NC Wildlife Resource Commission! Need a gear tune-up or new set of waders? Check out Jesse Brown's Outdoors!

The Healthy Skin Show
263: Lupus 101 (And A Personal Journey) w/ Tanya Freirich, MS RDN

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 36:31


Lupus is a truly a tricky diagnosis. The symptoms range from fatigue to the butterfly rash to joint pain! It can be so hard to pin down due to many other ailments having the same symptoms. Today's guest, Tanya Freirich, has worked as a dietitian for more than a decade after obtaining both my Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. I started my career at the world-renowned New York Presbyterian Hospital, then honed my skills in private practice and as an outpatient dietitian. After years of counseling on a variety of medical conditions, I've focused my nutrition expertise, scientific research and personal experience with Lupus and establish The Lupus Dietitian practice. I help people with Lupus reduce Lupus flares and symptoms through a holistic approach to diet and lifestyle changes. Join us as Tanya dishes out how you can help yourself while dealing with your autoimmunity, specifically as it relates to lupus. Do you have lupus and have some tricks or products you have found that help? Share them with me in the comments! In this episode: Signs + symptoms of lupus Tanya's personal story from "fuzzy" diagnosis to being flare-free The eyebrow-raising stat of how many people really have lupus Why getting a proper lupus diagnosis is so challenging How diet + external factors play a huge role in flares and calming the inflammation Quotes “When I was having my lupus flares, I had no idea if I was going to wake up. Honestly, to just get out of my bed was excruciating. He's my husband now, he's a good one, I kept him, but he helped me get dressed. He helped me get my breakfast and turn the doorknobs to get out of the apartment. It was really tough." [30:14] “Lupus can lead to headaches, low-grade fevers, photosensitivity. So if you notice, "Oh wow, I spent the day in the sun. And for days after, weeks after, I really don't feel well," that could be a sign of lupus." [13:00] Links Find Tanya online Get your FREE Lupus Dietitian Guide to Skin Care Follow Tanya as The Lupus Dietician on Instagram | Facebook | Youtube Healthy Skin Show ep.124: Diet Changes For Autoimmune Skin Conditions Like Scleroderma w/ Dr. Terry Wahls Healthy Skin Show ep. 053: 16 Root Causes Driving Skin Rashes (Like Eczema, Psoriasis, Dandruff, Rosacea & More)

Taylored Talks
What The RED RASH Is Telling You (Ep. 89)

Taylored Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 26:10


This is one of those episodes purely from my recent life experiences, my intuition, and raising children. My instincts told me there was more than the doctors were diagnosing and I should have listened to my gut sooner. A happy story now as we have successfully found the issue but there's a lesson within this story I hope you benefit from.   Time Stamps:   (1:25) Bringing Children in the World (4:00) Figuring Out The Rash (7:55) We Have A Happy Story Now (9:52) Rashes (11:08) Emotional Issues Causing Physical Symptoms (12:28) The Fire Element (16:45) Stress (21:10) The Original Medicine (24:28) We Would Love the Opportunity to Support You ---------------------------- Follow Me on Instagram! @tayloredwellbeing ---------------------------- Click Here to Apply to Work with Me or visit taylorsappington.com/application

Adam and Jordana
Hear how one metro city is fighting a rash of street racing

Adam and Jordana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 6:18


Captain Mark Boerboom from the Blaine Police tells us about a new ordinance that will help fight street racing. 

The Healthy Skin Show
262: Why Your Child's Risk of Allergies, Eczema + Asthma Is So High w/ Meenal Lele

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 37:41


If you've had children, you may have been given tips (probably unsolicited) about feeding Baby, but what does the science really say about baby advice? From allergies to getting your child started on the best foot forward, most parents are left trying to decipher an ever-changing landscape while feeling defeated. Today's guest, Meenal Lele, is the author of The Baby and the Biome, a revelatory look at how we all got so sick. She is also the founder & CEO of Lil Mixins, an early allergen introduction solution. She has a chemical engineering and business degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Meenal's book combines her deep clinical experience with her goal to end food allergies that affect 40 million Americans, like her son. Join us as Meenal helps to break down the complicated topic of children's food allergies and what science really says when it comes to a child's microbiome. Does your child have early eczema or food allergies? Post something you learned in your journey in the comments to help other parents! In this episode: The scary stat of how many kids will develop a chronic immune disease How eczema, food allergies and asthma are all related What is the best time window to introduce common allergenic foods to a baby (this goes against common advice) Why staph and eczema can go hand in hand along with food allergies What should parents do to hopefully minimize these issues? Quotes “Foods become an allergen when your body mistakes a totally normal, safe food and decides it's a parasite.” [12:52] “I feel like we're so unwilling to be even momentarily uncomfortable that we end up throwing things at a problem that don't even help. And that's the case for us with antibiotics. In Sweden, they made doctors report every single time they were using antibiotics, and why, and it cut the reuse of antibiotics by 75%, meaning probably for us in the United States, three out of four uses of antibiotics are completely unnecessary." [26:25] Links Connect with Meenal Lele online here Check out Lil Mixins here Follow Lil Mixins on Instagram Order a copy of Meenal's book: The Baby and the Biome: How the Tiny World Inside Your Child Holds the Secret to Their Health Healthy Skin Show ep. 020: How Your Mouth Microbiome Can Mess Up Your Skin w/ Trina Felber Healthy Skin Show ep. 222: Food Allergies + Skin Rashes in Kids w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS Healthy Skin Show ep. 086: Allergies, Your Immune System & Skin Rashes w/ Dr. Maya Shetreat Healthy Skin Show ep. 110: Missing Links Between Your Little One's Skin Rashes & Mom's Health w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, CNS

NSFW Moms: The Podcast
Episode 41: Mumbling Intervention, TV Shows, Financial Planning

NSFW Moms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 46:33


The ladies discuss all things about Lydia's mumbling into the microphone, TV shows of interest, financial planning, allergies and all things in between.

Locker Room Talk
Adult Diaper Rash

Locker Room Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 80:28 Very Popular


Joe, Matt, and Bobby are back at it again- with another episode of their intellectual podcast! Talking Christina Aguilera, the Empire State Building, and Japanese culture. Matt plays a trick on Bobby and needs to protect Joe, Bobby has a knife pulled on him, and Joe's grandma has thoughts about Barack Obama. The Taliban, Judas Priest, how to talk to black people... this episode has it all!

#MOMTRUTHS with Cat & Nat
Stache Rash "Down There"

#MOMTRUTHS with Cat & Nat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 32:38 Very Popular


We discovered another damn good reason for men to shave...stache rash "down there" is a real thing guys!! Also, we are thinking of adding Naked Jenga to Friday night game night, what do you think? And is it time to join Tinder? Nat thinks so. We would go a lot older. We just want to see what happens! Did Cat overshare? Tell us your thoughts but don't forget your headphones!!Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? Text us the word "Podcast" to +1 (917) 540-8715 and we'll text you the new episodes when they're released!Tune in for new Cat & Nat Unfiltered episodes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday!Follow @catandnatunfiltered on Instagram: https://instagram.com/catandnatunfilteredOur new book "Mom Secrets" is now available! Head to www.catandnat.ca/book to grab your autographed copy! Come see us LIVE on tour!! To see a full list of cities and dates, go to https://catandnattour.com.Become a member of The Common Parent for the parenting resources and support you need for just $5.99/month or $59.99/year: https://thecommonparent.comFollow The Common Parent over on Instagram: https://instagram.com/thecommonparentMake sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for our new cooking show and our #momtruth videos: https://bitly.com/catnatyoutubeCheck out our Amazon Lives here: https://bitly.com/catnatamazonliveOrder TAYLIVI here: https://taylivi.comGet personalized videos from us on Cameo: https://cameo.com/catandnatCome hang with us over on https://instagram.com/catandnat all day long.And follow us on https://tiktok.com/@catandnatofficial! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Strong Moms Fitness Prenatal and Postnatal Podcast with Daisy Bravo
How to care for a baby's newborn skin & prevent diaper rash - Renee Harris

The Strong Moms Fitness Prenatal and Postnatal Podcast with Daisy Bravo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 22:03 Transcription Available


The Healthy Skin Show
261: Chronic Hives: Why They Aren't Going Away

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 15:09


If chronic hives, dermatographia or angioadema have got you down – I hear ya. They are extremely frustrating skin conditions especially when all the testing to look for an environmental trigger doesn't yield much helpful information. If you're anything like my clients, you probably don't want to be stuck on endless combos of antihistamines and feeling helpless to make this type of rash stop. My clinical experience supporting people with these conditions has shown me that there are a lot more underlying the frustrating skin symptoms than what you'll hear from your doctor. I'm going to share with you how I view these conditions from a functional clinical nutrition perspective AND what first steps you can take that my clients find incredibly helpful! In this episode: The main reason the hives/urticaria will not stop Thyroid connection to chronic hives Research on hives + autoimmunity Is your body OVER-producing histamine?!?! First 4 steps to get urticaria to stop Quotes: Histamine Overload is a situation where your body is no longer able to handle the immense amount of histamine present. A 2019 paper noted that 25 to 30 percent of urticaria cases also had underlying Hashimoto's along with anti-TPO antibodies.

The Healthy Skin Show
Stop Making These SEVEN Big Mistakes To Fix Your Skin Rashes Subtitle: For a limited time only!

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 4:08


Are you ready to rebuild healthy skin? Join me on Tuesday, September 20th at 7pm ET / 4pm PT for a free webinar on the SEVEN biggest mistakes people make when trying to fix their chronic skin rashes. Get access by registering at www.RebuildHealthySkin.com to join me live (or to get the replay)!

Helicopter Crash
Dorm Activities and PR Disaster

Helicopter Crash

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 59:59


Man, we're back, on you already know, that……….HELICOPTER CRASH PODCAST!, With Cam, Rash, and Mikey sitting down for an hour talking until Anchor cut us off, but give it a listen cause why not

Investories - real estate, investing and mindset
030: Jason Rash (is back) to talk money! How to get your money right, how to build funds to invest, how to change your money mindset and strategies to get that first investment.

Investories - real estate, investing and mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 57:55


Jason's back.  This is a bit of a different ep. Let us know if you like it.  First of all, Kyle's still on the road, living it up in Maui. Aloha Kyle!  Today we dive into the M word! Money!  Hate talking about it? Hate thinking about it? This is for you. We share principles of money, how it works, how to save and how to set yourself up for that first purchase. For Investories Listeners: If you buy his course, Jason will throw in a thirty minute strategy call for free!  Jason Rash:  Jason's passive income course; https://www.jasonrash.com/passive-income-generator Jason's cash flowing properties masterclass; https://www.howtospotadeal.com/masterclass-1 Instagram; https://www.instagram.com/jasonrash/ Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/jasonrash Investories: Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@investoriespod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/investoriespod/ Email: investoriespodcast@gmail.com Kyle: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourmultifamilymentor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/your_multifamily_mentor/?hl=en John:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hoopeezy/?hl=en Airbnb: https://airbnb.com/h/ponderosapinehaus  

The Healthy Skin Show
260: Oral Microbiome-Skin Rash Connection w/ Dr. Mark Burhenne

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 43:29


Raise your hand if you've ever used mouthwash or bleached your teeth. Probably everyone has at some point, right? My guest today will make you rethink your idea of having a "dirty" mouth that needs to be sterilized! Today's guest, Dr. Mark Burhenne, attended the University of the Pacific Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco. In his bio, Dr. B writes, “In my 30 years of practice as a dentist, I've seen a lot of misinformation and people who have fallen through the cracks due to our healthcare system's failure to understand the oral-body connection” – which is where his focus on “whole body care” really started. Dr. B is passionate about getting people the right information they need to be healthy – a passion we share! He founded askthedentist.com in 2010 as an avenue to advance that passion. Ask the Dentist promotes oral health for total wellness and empowers people to understand how the mouth is a window into the health of the rest of the body. It's fast becoming one of the sources for the best dental advice on the net with millions of viewers per month. Dr. B is also is the author of the best selling book The 8-Hour Paradox: How We are Sleeping Our Way to Fatigue, Disease, and Unhappiness. He recently started a podcast, and is helping connect functional dentists to functionally minded patients via a worldwide directory. Join us as we chat on all things relating to functional dentistry- from sleep to the oral-systemic connection to the oral microbiome. (And yes, we will talk about some oral care products!) Have you noticed a skin rash pop up after having dental work or something go awry within your mouth? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: How oral health can impact + worsen skin problems What is the oral microbiome? Why you should NEVER disinfect the mouth How bleaching your teeth could lead to dysbiosis Should you DITCH toothpaste? (cankersores, anyone?) Hydroxyapatite - what is it + how is it helpful for your teeth Testing you can order to assess your oral microbiome Quotes “Anytime we talk about health, whether it's systemic health, oral health, we have to talk in that fashion as being a super organism and having this complex, interacting, synergistic system in our mouth. And when it goes wrong, it's not necessarily just the human DNA, it's a combination of everything.” [5:03] “There's a little girdle of tissue that tries to seal off the bugs in the mouth and prevent them from getting into the body. The bad news is that it happens quite frequently. For example, every time you go in for a dental cleaning, within 20 minutes, those bacteria in the mouth are in the blood in your bloodstream... And that's called Bacteriema." [15:38] Links Connect with Dr. B online Follow Dr. on Instagram | TikTok Check out the Bristle Test here Order a copy of Dr. B's book: The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox: How We Are Sleeping Our Way to Fatigue, Disease and Unhappiness Healthy Skin Show ep. 020: How Your Mouth Microbiome Can Mess Up Your Skin w/ Trina Felber

The Healthy Skin Show
259: Common Nutrient Deficiencies in Psoriasis {RESEARCH}

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 25:40


If you've got psoriasis – there's a pretty big chance that you're deficient in certain nutrients (especially if your psoriasis is more severe). In fact, nutrient deficiencies are more common than you probably think! As a clinical nutritionist, I often find that those with more severe symptoms tend to experience higher degrees of nutrient deficiencies (which is one reason that I do not understand the resistance to checking the nutrient status of those with psoriasis). So let's discuss which key macro and micronutrients are commonly found to be deficient in psoriasis and what that could mean for your body and health! Especially because nutrient deficiencies are a source of intense stress because your body doesn't have the proper nutrients to operate efficiently. In this episode: Common nutrient deficiencies found in cases of psoriasis Impacts of low protein intake on psoriasis cases (that I see in my practice) Why this one key macronutrient is so important Certain optimal ranges that I use in my clinical practice What selenium has to do with psoriasis The potential impact several of these nutrients have on modulating your immune response Quotes: There's no way you can know that your nutrient stores and nutrient intake are appropriate for you without (in many instances) looking at labs. Keep in mind that combining several interventions together may make a bigger impact on your skin than a single intervention alone.

Text Talk
James 5: Above All, Do Not Swear

Text Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 15:16


James 5:12Andrew and Edwin try to figure out why James would claim "above all" we shouldn't swear. Is that really more important than removing partiality and being patient in view of coming judgment? Why does this teaching rise to the top?Read the written devo that goes along with this episode by clicking here.    Let us know what you are learning or any questions you have. Email us at TextTalk@ChristiansMeetHere.org.    Join the Facebook community and join the conversation by clicking here. We'd love to meet you. Be a guest among the Christians who meet on Livingston Avenue. Click here to find out more. Michael Eldridge sang all four parts of our theme song. Find more from him by clicking here.   Thanks for talking about the text with us today.________________________________________________If the hyperlinks do not work, copy the following addresses and paste them into the URL bar of your web browser: Daily Written Devo: https://readthebiblemakedisciples.wordpress.com/?p=10646The Christians Who Meet on Livingston Avenue: http://www.christiansmeethere.org/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TalkAboutTheTextFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/texttalkMichael Eldridge: https://acapeldridge.com/  

The Go Diaper Free Podcast
#206 Dr. Sears, Diaper Rash & Natural Diaper Rash Treatment

The Go Diaper Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 19:19


“All babies have diaper rash.” Really? If you, like me, have been around the EC circuit for a while then this claim from Dr. Sears probably has you scratching your head. If you have been diapering full-time and your baby has suffered from diaper rash, listen today for my secret weapon to eliminating (or preventing altogether) diaper rash once and for all.   Get full show notes and add your comments or questions here: https://godiaperfree.com/206 Get my free easy start guide for EC https://godiaperfree.com/start Start EC with your baby today with my popular book, Go Diaper Free: https://godiaperfree.com/thebook 

THE UPSIDE with Callie and Jeff Dauler
S12 EP60: ADVENTURES AT THE PODCASTING CONFERENCE. AND A RASH.

THE UPSIDE with Callie and Jeff Dauler

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 45:45 Very Popular


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The Healthy Skin Show
258: Tapping (aka Emotional Freedom Technique) For Eczema, Psoriasis + Other Rashes w/ Sarah Emily Speers, LMFT

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 36:22


Have you ever heard of tapping and thought that is way too “out there” for me? Well, did you know there is actual science backing up this technique for stress management? My guest today shares everything from the importance of minerals to how the iron recycling system works. Today's guest, Sarah Emily Speers, is an Alternative Healing Arts Practitioner, Empowered Eating Coach, Reiki Master & trained psychotherapist. She specializes in using energy healing modalities- including Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), Reiki and the Emotion Code- to help empathic women and entrepreneurs experience freedom from food and eating issues, emotional overwhelm, stress/anxieties and limiting self-beliefs. With over 10 years of experience in the mental health, coaching and fitness industries, Sarah Emily has worked with thousands of people to help them improve their health behaviors, mindset, body/self-image and self-care practices. She formerly was the Director of the Behavioral Health Program at Premier Fitness Camp, developed and ran an intensive treatment program for binge eating disorder at the University of California San Diego, and worked in private practice as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in California. Sarah Emily holds an M.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy from The University of San Diego and a B.A. in Psychology from Syracuse University. Join us as we delve into an introduction to the Emotional Freedom Technique to help manage stress! Have you thought tapping or another stress reduction technique was silly, but then you ended up loving it? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: What is Emotional Freedom Technique (also known as Tapping)? How does it work and why is it effective? Research backing up how well ETF works How can you use this tool to benefit you? Example of a basic tapping process/mantra to use Quotes “When you're tapping on these points in the body, it's actually sending a signal to your brain to let your brain and body know that you can relax. And there's even studies that show that tapping is going to reduce cortisol levels in the body.” [1:59] “It's all about fully accepting all parts of you. And a lot of times we're fighting against these parts of ourselves, we're frustrated with ourself. We don't want to look at or deal with these things that bother us. And so, rather than us ignoring them or avoiding them, we fully bring everything into the light and we just acknowledge what is true…and when we can accept something that's there that we don't love, it's actually through the acceptance that we're more easily able to release it.” [12:30] Links Connect with Sarah Emily online RESEARCH – Clinical EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Improves Multiple Physiological Markers of Health Follow Sarah Emily on Instagram | Join her Facebook group Get a free tapping training HERE Check out this beginner intro to tapping course that teaches the basics of tapping if you want to learn the technique

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 22, 2022 is: rash • RASH • adjective To be rash is to act quickly and without thinking carefully about what will happen as a result. Rash also describes actions done in such a way. // I apologize—it was rash of me to assume that you were the one who broke the vase. // It may have been a rash decision to drive to Vegas and elope after only two weeks of dating, but we've been happily married for forty years. See the entry > Examples: “Granting a second chance at redemption to an impressionable, impulsive 15-year-old whose crime came maybe after years of abuse or living amid violence and poverty, is the decent thing to do. And it's a view supported by the science of adolescent brain development, which has found through ample research that our brains are not fully developed—able to rein in rash behavior, make rational decisions and weigh the long-term consequences of actions—until our mid-20s.” — Editorial, The Chicago Sun-Times, 2 May 2021 Did you know? Is it possible that the origins of the noun rash (meaning “an eruption on the body,” as in “a skin rash”) and the adjective rash (meaning “overly hasty”) are the same? Not so fast! Like many homonyms—“two or more words spelled and pronounced alike but different in meaning”—the two rashes have distinct sources. The noun rash, which first appeared in English in the late 17th century, probably comes ultimately from the Latin verb rādere, meaning “to scrape, scratch, shave.” The adjective rash appears to be about two centuries older, and comes from a Middle English word meaning “active, quick, eager.”