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The Healthy Skin Show
277: Rethinking Thyroid Problems (And What They Mean) w/ Dr. Eric Balcavage

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 37:03


As anyone who has worked with me in my clinical practice may know, I feel very strongly about monitoring thyroid function and trying to optimize it. Plus, I get questions ALL the time surrounding it. Because of that, I am so excited to have an expert on the thyroid, Dr. Eric Balcavage, on this episode to talk about this important topic. Dr. Eric Balcavage is a functional medicine practitioner, chiropractor, host of the Thyroid Answers Podcast, and the co-author of the book, The Thyroid Debacle. The book co-written by Kelly Halderman MD, addresses the problems with current allopathic and functional medicine approaches to hypothyroidism as well as the solutions to restoring thyroid physiology. Dr. Balcavage is also the owner and founder of Rejuvagen, a functional medicine clinic in Chadds Ford, PA. As a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and being Board Certified in Integrative Medicine, he is a nationally recognized speaker and educator on various health related topics including thyroid physiology, bile physiology, detoxification, oxidative stress, methylation and chronic illness. He has made it his mission to change the way medicine looks at hypothyroidism. If you're suffering with a skin condition, have you checked into thyroid function? Were you surprised by it? Let me know in the comments below! In this episode: What does it mean for your thyroid to not be working the way that it should? What can cause a cell to perceive danger and affect its function? The difference between the body having dysfunction vs. creating an adaptive response Dr. Balcavage's opinion on having Hashimoto's- is it different than having any other thyroid problems? The elephant in the room- why should you even care about your thyroid if you're having skin issues?? FREE things to do to reduce stress responses in your body which affect the thyroid and skin health Finally...Which diet is best? (It's probably not what you think!) Quotes “If we have a population that's about 50% overweight or obese and if about 50% of the population has some type of blood sugar regulation issues going on, then the number of people that struggle with problems with thyroid signal physiology and tissue or cellular hypothyroidism is probably closer to 50 or 60%." [05:17] "What's the biggest organ to dump stuff out if you have a bad gut, bad liver, and bad gallbladder? Skin is one of the best places to dump it out. If you have an immune inflammatory issue, you're producing a bunch of inflammatory chemicals that are going to have an impact on the skin." [18:36] Links Find Dr. Eric online at his Rejuvagen clinic Follow Dr. Eric on Youtube | Facebook | Instagram Get Dr. Balcavage's book The Thyroid Debacle Healthy Skin Show ep. 101: Psoriasis-Thyroid Connection Healthy Skin Show ep. 023: How Low Thyroid Plays A Role In Skin Rashes w/ Dr. Izabella Wentz Thyroid Skin Rashes: The Hidden Connection No One Talks About

The Healthy Skin Show
276: Dupixent Eye Side Effects: What's Going On? {RESEARCH} w/ Dr. Roselie Achten

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 26:24


Today, it's all about the eyes, which are somewhat the extension of our brain, so treating ANY condition with them can be scary. I've gotten a lot of questions from listeners about dupilumab (Dupixent) and the side effects specifically when it comes to the eyes. So to dive in on this topic, I brought in today's guest, Dr. Roselie Achten, since her PhD focuses on ocular surface disease in atopic dermatitis patients before and during dupilumab treatment. Dr. Roselie Achten is a medical doctor and PhD student at the Department of Dermatology at the University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands, and I am so excited to have her on the show! You can find some of her research findings in the links section below. Have you ever experienced any side effects with your eyes after starting dupilumab? I'd love to hear about it in the comments! In this episode: Stats on how many patients develop Dupixent eye side effects (aka. dupilumab-associated ocular surface disease) Eye symptoms of patients commonly complain about How long does it typically take to develop eye problems from Dupixent? What puts you more at risk for developing Dupixent eye side effects? What are your options if you develop Dupixent eye side effects? Can reducing the use of Dupixent help? Quotes “We were also quite surprised by the fact that the majority of the patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis already had characteristics of the ocular surface disease. So of the 70 patients that were analyzed, 90% of them already had characteristics of ocular surface disease before the start of Dupilumab treatment." [11:09] "If patients have these signs and symptoms of dupilumab associated ocular surface disease, we first start with tacrolimus skin ointment for the external eyelids. We also start with ketotifen, which is an antihistamine eye drop... also the artificial tears, it's more for if you experience a dry eye sensation, it could lead to improvement of that symptom for a little time." [17:12] Links Find Dr. Roselie Achten online here Healthy Skin Show ep. 244: How Do Biologic Drugs For Chronic Skin Conditions Work? w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD Long-term follow-up and treatment outcomes of conjunctivitis during dupilumab treatment in patients with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis - ScienceDirect Identification of Risk Factors for Dupilumab-associated Ocular Surface Disease in Patients with Atopic Dermatitis - PMC (nih.gov) Ocular surface disease is common in moderate to severe atopic dermatitis patients - Achten - 2022 - Clinical & Experimental Allergy

The Healthy Skin Show
275: Why You're So Itchy (HINT: It's Probably Not Histamine) w/ Dr. Shawn Kwatra

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 35:29


There are SO many causes to itch. Each person's skin condition is truly unique. My guest today, Dr. Shawn Kwatra, is deep in the trenches with research varying from what causes itchiness to the gut microbiome could be a major causes for things like eczema and psoriasis. Shawn Kwatra, MD is a Director of the Johns Hopkins Itch Center and an Associate Professor of Dermatology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD, USA. He specializes in medical dermatology areas of clinical expertise include atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, chronic itch of unknown origin and dermatology for ethnic skin. Dr. Kwatra also runs a basic science laboratory and clinical trials unit and is funded by the National Institutes of Health and multiple foundations. Dr. Kwatra has been an author or co-author on over 200 publications and author of the book Living with Itch. Have you tried any outside-the-box therapies to stop your itchiness? Let me know in the comments what worked for you! In this episode: Breaking down the itch cycle in your body Tips to STOP the itch + disrupt the itch signal Why histamine is NOT always the cause of itchiness or eczema Sedating vs. non-sedating antihistamines (pros + cons) How your vagus nerve connects gut problems to itch (FASCINATING) Latest research on IL-31 (the "master conductor of itch") What happens when you don't get relief from itchiness (especially long-term) Why you can't "just stop scratching" Quotes “There was a study showing that even vagal nerve stimulation can actually alter itch sensation, and one of the new frontiers in inflammatory skin diseases is looking at alterations in the gut microbiome as well... I believe some of these bacterial specials, viral species, fungal species, may be signaling through the vagus nerve to help propagate itch sensation." [16:27] "The studies that have been done today across many different indications have shown that IL-31 (cytokine) blockade is one of the most potent, if not the most potent anti itch medicines and inhibitory factors that exist. And so monoclonal antibodies targeting this agent are in deep late phase development." [19:38] Links Find Dr. Shawn Kwatra online here and here Follow Dr. Kwatra on Twitter Get Dr. Kwatra's book Living with Itch: A Patient's Guide Healthy Skin Show ep. 265: Problem with Antihistamines That No One Tells You w/ Dr. Chris Thompson, MD Healthy Skin Show ep. 253: Eczema Expo 2022 Recap Healthy Skin Show ep. 257: Itchiness + Histamine Intolerance - Why Am I Itchy? Healthy Skin Show ep. 070: Stopping The Itch In Children & Babies w/ Dr. Elisa Song

The Healthy Skin Show
Stop Making These SEVEN Big Mistakes To Fix Your Skin Rashes

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 4:46


Are you ready to rebuild healthy skin? Join me on Tuesday, January 10th 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)!

The Healthy Skin Show
274: What Does It Mean To Heal (PERSONAL JOURNEY) w/ Ashley Ann Lora

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 27:25


It can be helpful to hear from others going through the same struggle or journey as you. My guest today shares her powerful story of determination and never giving up on finding the root cause for her rashes which started in childhood. Ashley Ann Lora, today's guest, was diagnosed with eczema (atopic dermatitis) as a baby. She suffered a lot growing up due to lack of education and awareness of management tips and treatment options. In 2016, Ashley began sharing her story publicly and turned patient advocacy into her career. Now, she works with brands, pharma companies, and healthcare organizations to help them better understand the eczema community. She's also a trained facilitator and facilitates a weekly support group for those living with eczema and going through TSW. Whether its TSW or suffering from other rashes, what has helped you on your journey? Let me know in the comments what was as turning point for you! In this episode: Ashely's long journey from baby eczema to adulthood What she tried for treatments What was the moment that changed her forever? How she when from hating her eczema to loving her eczema What is the "work" that went into mentally dealing with her flareups? What does healing look like now for Ashley? Quotes “My eczema and my body is really trying to support me. It's not trying to harm me. It's trying to support me in getting to the root cause of my inflammation." [06:55] "How I deal with my eczema is the same way of how I deal with my partner, how I deal with my friends, how I deal with my family. And I think that's the big switch that many people may or may not realize is how you treat your eczema could be a correspondence to how you treat other people and more importantly how you treat yourself." [10:36] "There are a lot of people who are walking around with clear skin who are not happy, which goes back to show that clear skin does not equate to happiness. So what does make us happy outside of clear skin?" [15:34] Links Find Ashley Ann Lora online here Follow Ashley on Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn Watch Ashley's Instagram Reel on healing Healthy Skin Show ep. 132: What is Topical Steroid Withdrawal? w/ Kathryn Tullos HEalthy Skin Show ep. 131: Mindset: What To Do When Nothing Seems To Help Your Rashes Healthy Skin Show ep. 195: Is There Hope For Thin Skin From Topical Steroid Cream Use? w/ Dr. Hadar Lev-Tov  Healthy Skin Show ep. 200: Getting Emotional + Mental Support For TSW w/ Jing Rui Yeo

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group
The Journey with Vitiligo with Mercedes Soto

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 27:00


- Vitiligo at age 12 - Bullies - Courage to LOVE our self - Married 20+ years - VITFriends work - Enjoy reading to children - Christmas Party 2022

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group
Living Life and Love with Nia Rose

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 63:00


Never let someone hold you to the mistakes of your past or the pitfalls in your present. You are in control of your future. You have the power to change!  Tune in to hear Nia's story about her struggles in life and how she overcame those struggles to become the person she is today.  Her story is about making the choice to change, having hope and faith, seeking support, and self-love. 

The Healthy Skin Show
273: What Is NAET for Allergies + Sensitivities? w/ Juliann Abecassis-Walsh, A.P.

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 31:38


Ever wonder how energy medicine works? For many it sounds WAY out there. But energy medicine & Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities can be a powerful tool to support your healing journey! Today's guest, Juliann Abecassis-Walsh, is a former Mayo Clinic Acupuncture Physician and a Diplomat of Oriental Medicine. She is NCCAOM Board Certified in Foundations of Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture, Bio-Medicine and Chinese Herbology. Juliann founded Balanced Healing of Jacksonville in 2016 and now acts as the clinic director and is a full time provider. She is passionate about teaching others how to become their own health advocates. At Balanced Healing she strives to create an environment which promotes healing, an environment in which you feel heard, understood and supported. She specializes in complex cases, “mysterious illness”, mold and mycotoxin illness, stress related conditions, allergy elimination, gut dysfunction and promoting optimal wellness. Have you ever tried NAET? Let me know in the comments if it worked for you! In this episode: What is NAET and what can it be used for? Breaking down a NAET clearing visit -- how it works + what to expect Examples when you should NOT rely on NAET to help How many treatments before an allergy typically clears? Crazy story of healing a lipoma after many visits with doctors Quotes “Some people can clear things in one or two treatments, other people for big allergens, it could take five treatments." [11:27] “If mom is holding the baby and I do the mom's back while the mom is holding the vial and touching the baby's leg with the vial, the baby gets the treatment." [20:13] Links Find Juliann online Follow Juliann's Practice, Balanced Healing, on TikTok Follow Balanced Healing on Instagram Check out Juliann's book: The Healthy Baby Guidebook: A Guide to Health Awareness & Food Education for You and Your Baby Healthy Skin Show ep. 086: Allergies, Your Immune System & Skin Rashes w/ Dr. Maya Shetreat Healthy Skin Show ep. 218: TCM Diet To Support Skin Rashes w/ Dr. Olivia Hsu Friedman, DACM Healthy Skin Show ep. 222: Food Allergies + Skin Rashes in Kids w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS

The Fit Fact King
Toni Livers - Coach who Trains People and Dogs Online

The Fit Fact King

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 56:56


I came across Toni a few days ago and I realise she was different, different from other coaches on Instagram I get to see everyday. So I contacted her and luckily I received an email back with a positive response. She was born in Germany and moved to the US. She was a dancer and dance teacher. Then she moved to the US and became the lead Athlete in 2021 for 1st Form Supplements. Having skin issues (Vitiligo) she was very shy and would hide her skin but later realised that this what makes her different from others. You will definitely enjoy this episode. Thank you.    Follow Amar: instagram.com/grewal_theking/  instagram.com/thefitfactking/ Follow Toni: www.instagram.com/toni_dino/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

perfekt Uperfekt
#200 Smitter det?

perfekt Uperfekt

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 66:55


Amanda har en autoimmun sygdom der hedder Vitiligo, som er hvide pletter på kroppen. Det har fået hende til at føle sig ulækker og væmme sig ved sig selv, undlade at bade selvom hun elsker det og generelt begrænset hende meget i livet. Lyt til hendes historie om at tage kvantespring mod et friere liv, hvor kroppen bare er en krop.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Healthy Skin Show
272: Protopic Withdrawal: A Personal Story w/ Dominika O'Sullivan

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 35:02


It can be helpful to hear from others going through the same struggle or journey as you. My guest today shares her powerful story of determination and never giving up on finding the root cause for her rashes which started in childhood. Today's guest is Dominika O'Sullivan, a former city girl thriving in the beautiful West of Ireland and transitioning to countryside living. She is a lifelong eczema warrier and Protopic withdrawal sufferer who was failed by several medical, skin and alternative medicine professionals and is currently discovering and addressing her root causes of the original condition while happily witnessing symptoms reduction and disappearance. Professionally, Dominika is a Human Resources and employment law consultant working with businesses and assisting employers in identifying simple solutions to complex people challenges. For those who are not familiar with Protopic -- it's a non-steroidal immunosuppressant drug also called Tacrolimus. Whether it's Protopic Withdrawal or suffering from other rashes, what has helped you on your journey? Let me know in the comments what was a turning point for you! In this episode: Dominika's journey of childhood to adulthood eczema + Protopic Withdrawal The many treatments she tried (both natural + conventional) What was the turning point for her? Where Dominika applied Protopic What has changed since working with Jen's practice Dominika's advice to others struggling with Protopic Withdrawal Quotes “Throughout my childhood, I just remember the stories of having to wear gloves like many kids with eczema and atopic dermatitis would have to, because I was scratching so bad that my hands would be covered in blood in the morning." [01:17] "I was probably at the verge of a nervous breakdown because I kept my full-time job, which is relatively stressful and it requires high focus of attention. But I couldn't sleep and I was experiencing all those debilitating symptoms." [7:05] Links Follow Dominika on Instagram here (Please note she can pick up messages but doesn't post.) TSW Podcast with Jennifer Fugo, MS, CNS interview mentioned by Dominika Book an assessment session with Jen's clinical practice here

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)

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group
Living Life and Love December Updates

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 7:00


Now that Thanksgiving has past, it's officially the start of the holiday season! I have some podcast updates for December 2022 and a few for the start of 2023.

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.

Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit
830 Autoimmunkrankheiten stoppen: Britta Maier-Peveling 3/3

Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 37:35


Autoimmunkrankheiten gehören heutzutage zu den häufigsten chronischen Krankheiten. Dabei richtet sich das Immunsystem gegen Organe und Gewebe des eigenen Körpers. Zu den bekannten Autoimmunkrankheiten gehören Hashimoto, Multiple Sklerose, Vitiligo und andere. Mit dem Coimbra-Protokoll gibt es eine effektive Möglichkeit, Autoimmunkrankheiten zu stoppen und teils die Uhr um einige Jahre zurück zu drehen. Britta Maier-Peveling ist in Deutschland und Europa maßgeblich daran beteiligt, das Coimbra-Protokoll zu verbreiten und salonfähig zu machen. Was das Coimbra-Protokoll für dich leisten kann, erfährst du in dieser Episode. Hol dir jetzt den ultimativen Schutz für deinen Darm und dein Immunsystem mit Gut Care von Braineffect. Mit dem Gutscheincode “bio360” bekommst du einen satten Rabatt! >>>Jetzt anschauen

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

Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit
829 Autoimmunkrankheiten stoppen: Britta Maier-Peveling 2/3

Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 46:04


Autoimmunkrankheiten gehören heutzutage zu den häufigsten chronischen Krankheiten. Dabei richtet sich das Immunsystem gegen Organe und Gewebe des eigenen Körpers. Zu den bekannten Autoimmunkrankheiten gehören Hashimoto, Multiple Sklerose, Vitiligo und andere. Mit dem Coimbra-Protokoll gibt es eine effektive Möglichkeit, Autoimmunkrankheiten zu stoppen und teils die Uhr um einige Jahre zurück zu drehen. Britta Maier-Peveling ist in Deutschland und Europa maßgeblich daran beteiligt, das Coimbra-Protokoll zu verbreiten und salonfähig zu machen. Was das Coimbra-Protokoll für dich leisten kann, erfährst du in dieser Episode. Hol dir jetzt den ultimativen Schutz für deinen Darm und dein Immunsystem mit Gut Care von Braineffect. Mit dem Gutscheincode “bio360” bekommst du einen satten Rabatt! >>>Jetzt anschauen

Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit
828 Autoimmunkrankheiten stoppen: Britta Maier-Peveling 1/3

Bio 360 - Zurück ins Leben | Energie und Gesundheit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 35:44


Autoimmunkrankheiten gehören heutzutage zu den häufigsten chronischen Krankheiten. Dabei richtet sich das Immunsystem gegen Organe und Gewebe des eigenen Körpers. Zu den bekannten Autoimmunkrankheiten gehören Hashimoto, Multiple Sklerose, Vitiligo und andere. Mit dem Coimbra-Protokoll gibt es eine effektive Möglichkeit, Autoimmunkrankheiten zu stoppen und teils die Uhr um einige Jahre zurück zu drehen. Britta Maier-Peveling ist in Deutschland und Europa maßgeblich daran beteiligt, das Coimbra-Protokoll zu verbreiten und salonfähig zu machen. Was das Coimbra-Protokoll für dich leisten kann, erfährst du in dieser Episode. Hol dir jetzt den ultimativen Schutz für deinen Darm und dein Immunsystem mit Gut Care von Braineffect. Mit dem Gutscheincode “bio360” bekommst du einen satten Rabatt! >>>Jetzt anschauen

Metabolismo TV
Episodio #267 El Vitiligo

Metabolismo TV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 12:48


En este episodio Frank explica cuáles son las causas del vitiligo y de qué manera tratarlo. En Estados Unidos hable al 1-888-348-7352 o visítenos online en https://us.naturalslim.com En Puerto Rico hable 1-787-763-2527 o visítenos en http://www.naturalslimstore.com En Europa hable al +3120-2296-300 o visítenos en https://www.naturalslim.eu En México hable al (55) 5256-1368 o visítenos en https://naturalslimmexico.com/ En República Dominicana hable al 1-809-956-0007 En Panamá hable al +507 396-6000 En Costa Rica hable al (506)2430-2010 En Colombia hable al (57-1) 7020928 Suscríbete a UNIMETAB aquí y permite que Frank te lleve de la mano paso a paso con los cursos digitales de Frank Suárez. Acceda https://www.unimetab.com/ Suscríbete a MetabolismoTV en Messenger para acceso a educación exclusiva por Frank en el tema del metabolismo: https://www.messenger.com/t/Metabolis... Para hacer su prueba de metabolismo gratis haga clic aquí: https://www.naturalslim.com/prueba-tu... Para ordenar el libro en uno de los países listados arriba a través de https://www.naturalslim.com a su distribuidor local quien le ayudará a obtenerlo o accede https://www.metabolismotvbooks.com Para acceso a libros digitales con membresía en todo el mundo acceda https://www.metabolismovip.com Sigue a Frank y MetabolismoTV en Facebook aquí: https://www.facebook.com/MetabolismoTV/ Accede al Blog de Preguntale a Frank en http://www.preguntaleafrank.com La información que se brinda en MetabolismoTV®️ tiene un propósito puramente educacional. No pretendemos diagnosticar, curar o de alguna otra forma sustituir la ayuda profesional de su médico, nutricionista, dietista u otro profesional de la salud cualificado. Usted siempre debe consultar con su médico antes de empezar a hacer cualquier cambio en su dieta muy en especial si está recibiendo tratamiento médico o utiliza medicamentos recetados.

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.

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group
Living Life and Love: Perspectives with April Jenkins Holowka

VITFriends VITILIGO Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 66:00


In this episode of Perspectives, I chatted with April Holowka from Charlotte, NC. We discuss managing our various health challenges and ways we can take care of our physical, emotional, and mental well-being.

Very Nearly Almost
How Amara Aleman Turned Her Vitiligo Into Vibrant Art

Very Nearly Almost

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 36:23


In this episode, Lindsey speaks with Amara Aleman, who her Instagram and TikTok followers know as Amara ArtSpots. Following a vitiligo diagnosis back in 2017, Amara hid her body away, staying home and covering up with makeup and long sleeves. Here, she and Lindsey discuss using self-care to reclaim one's identity, building a support system and taking good risks to propel one's self-acceptance forward.

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.

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.

Expresso de las Diez
¿QUÉ ES EL VITILIGO? – El Expresso de las 10 – Ma. 18 Oct 2022

Expresso de las Diez

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022


El vitiligo es una enfermedad que causa la pérdida de color de la piel. Las áreas descoloridas generalmente se agrandan con el tiempo. Puede afectar la piel de cualquier parte del cuerpo, el cabello e incluso, el interior de la boca. Normalmente, al color del cabello y la piel lo determina la melanina. El vitiligo […] La entrada ¿QUÉ ES EL VITILIGO? – El Expresso de las 10 – Ma. 18 Oct 2022 se publicó primero en UDG TV.

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

Face Value with Brock Elbank
Face Value with Brock Elbank Ep. 10 - Lucy Reeves

Face Value with Brock Elbank

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 62:51


Back in March 2019 on the eve of the private view for our Caring Matters Now 'How Do You C Me Now?' exhibition at the OXO Wharf Gallery London, I received a DM from Lucy Reeves enquiring about tickets for the show. What began on the Friday morning at the opening to the general public was a journey of discovery, self-acceptance, inner peace, connection and growth for Lucy who on that morning for the first time in her 35 years met not just one but over twenty other human-beings with Congenital Melanocytic Nevus (CMN), an extremely rare type of birthmark 1/20,000 people worldwide. Lucy's start in life was that of a book or movie script, an uphill struggle from day1 to today where Lucy post exhibition and portrait discusses how day by day she's learning to see herself in a much more positive light. As the Caring Matters Now exhibit makes its virtual way to the U.S. for Nevus Outreach to host the online show to continue the work started by Jodi Whitehouse and the phenomenal team of trustees who have presented this unknown condition on a global scale and celebrate the diversity in skin. A must listen for parents and folks alike connected with CMN or any kind of birthmark.

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)

Colorado Matters
Oct. 4, 2022: Jared Polis on inflation, crime & sprawl; Model with vitiligo inspires gaming character

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 48:50


Democratic incumbent Jared Polis plans to focus on inflation, crime, and sprawl if he's re-elected to a second term as Colorado's governor. Our interview with Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl was yesterday. Then, a Denver model with Vitiligo inspires a gaming character; Jasmine Colgan talks about how her diagnosis and journey.

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)

Face Value with Brock Elbank
Face Value with Brock Elbank Ep. 9 - Bashir Aziz

Face Value with Brock Elbank

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 64:39


Bashir 'Bash' Aziz has become friends with Brock since he documented Bash on Brock's birthday for Vitiligo in 2017, Brock recalls Bash was nearly 4 hours late and was one of the closest living subjects he's documented! Born with Vitiligo some also mention Piebald they candidly talk moving from Africa to England when very young, looking after his mum, going to school knowing you look different, football, art, shooting and embracing his appearance and everything in between. Brock and Bash have created a bond that's for sure..

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast
Dermatology | Vitiligo

The Medbullets Step 2 & 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 11:31


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Vitiligo from the Dermatology section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets

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

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)!

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

Dermasphere - The Dermatology Podcast
87. Flow cytometry with Dr. Vermeer - Ruxolitinib cream for vitiligo - Baricitinib for AA - Roflumilast for psoriasis - Tapinarof for psoriasis

Dermasphere - The Dermatology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 61:56


Flow cytometry with Dr. Vermeer - Ruxolitinib cream for vitiligo - Baricitinib for AA - Roflumilast for psoriasis - Tapinarof for psoriasis - Connect with Dr. Vermeer! https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/staffmembers/maarten-vermeer#tab-1 Connect with us! Web: https://dermaspherepodcast.com/ Twitter: @DermaspherePC Instagram: dermaspherepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DermaspherePodcast/ Check out Luke and Michelle's other podcast, SkinCast! https://healthcare.utah.edu/dermatology/skincast/ Luke and Michelle report no significant conflicts of interest… BUT check out our friends at: Kikoxp.com (a social platform for doctors to share knowledge) https://www.levelex.com/games/top-derm (A free dermatology game to learn more dermatology!)

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.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Ask Mark Anything: Cellulite, Carpal Tunnel, Vitiligo, And More

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 17:29


Hey podcast community, Dr. Mark here. My team and I are so excited to offer you a 7 Day Free trial of the Dr. Hyman+ subscription for Apple Podcast. For 7 days, you get access to all this and more entirely for free! It's so easy to sign up. Just go click the Try Free button on the Doctor's Farmacy Podcast page in Apple Podcast. In this teaser episode, you'll hear a preview of our monthly Ask Mark Anything episode.Want to hear the full episode? Subscribe now. With your 7 day free trial to Apple Podcast, you'll gain access to audio versions of:- Ad-Free Doctor's Farmacy Podcast episodes- Exclusive monthly Functional Medicine Deep Dives- Monthly Ask Mark Anything Episodes - Bonus audio content exclusive to Dr. Hyman+Trying to decide if the Dr. Hyman+ subscription for Apple Podcast is right for you? Email my team at plus@drhyman.com with any questions you have. Please note, Dr. Hyman+ subscription for Apple Podcast does not include access to the Dr. Hyman+ site and only includes Dr. Hyman+ in audio content. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

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

The Healthy Skin Show
257: Itchiness + Histamine Intolerance - Why Am I Itchy?

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 11:06


Most people assume that itchiness means there's too much histamine in their bodies. This assumption is often very wrong leading people to take anti-histamine medications that they will admit don't help much. If this hits home, you'll be shocked to know that there are many different reasons (or hidden root causes) that can drive itch that often isn't explored in conventional dermatology. So if you're frustrated that nothing seems to help that awful itch, you're in the right place! In this episode: MYTH-BUSTING – itchiness + histamine intolerance Common meds + supplements used to stop itch What happens when these options don't work? Different itch triggers (that have nothing to do with histamine) What about chronic hives + dermatographia? Quotes: If itchiness were solely triggered by histamine, then the medications and even potentially the supplements would help. Itchiness is associated with higher levels of IL-31 in the body (especially in those with eczema, urticaria, and prurigo nodularis).

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
70. @beauinstitute: Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella, Founder, Director of Education at the Beau Institute of Permanent and Corrective Cosmetics

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 7:25


In today's episode, we finish up our conversation with Rose Marie as she talks about how to deal with difficult clients and with that the importance of setting boundaries.  Check it out :) Meet Rose Marie: “I never tire of watching the transformations and the exhilaration they bring about. I feel so blessed to have found this profession, and it gives me great pleasure to share my knowledge with all who are interested in learning.”  Beau Institute founder Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella is an internationally acclaimed expert in the field of permanent cosmetics, microblading, areola tattooing, permanent camouflage, and color lifting, with more than 29 years of experience as an industry leading practitioner, trainer, and speaker. Her talents  and business acumen have allowed it to grow into one of the top permanent makeup institutes in the world.   As an Instructor…Rose Marie displays her passion for excellence in her extraordinary teaching abilities that pave the way for her trainees to become excellent practitioners. Her patience and thoroughness allow her to educate trainees in the physical skills while instilling the confidence they need to launch their own successful permanent makeup careers. Rose Marie's students hail from around the world including the United States, Australia, India, Azerbaijan, Van Couver, Oman, South Africa, Amsterdam, Egypt, Bermuda, United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Latvia. They include medical professionals from prestigious medical institutions from Sloan Kettering,  University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University's Stephanie Spielman Breast Cancer Hospital, City of Hope, Long Island Plastic Surgery, Garden State Plastic Surgery, and many more. Training classes consist of surgeons, physician's assistants, nurses, aestheticians, as well as makeup artists, tattoo artists, and newcomers to the field. Many of the certified trainers in the United States have trained under Rose Marie's instruction. Rose Marie's dedication to helping breast cancer patients restore their physical and emotional health, as well as their self-confidence, is made clear by her founding, The Beau Institute's Annual Day of Hope, where areola tattooing is performed, complimentary. This year, with the help of the AAM, The Beau Institute's x Day of Hope has swept across 7-countries. Countless women were helped to regain their femininity and familiarity.  Rose Marie is a contributing author of the medical text called Micropigmentation Millennium, with Dr. Charles Zwerling, Ophthalmic Surgeon, and Dr. Norman Goldstein, former Chief of Dermatology, University of Hawaii, and Dr. Linda Dixon. She was also referenced as an expert in another medical text, Micropigmentation: State of the Art also by Dr. Norman Goldstein and Dr. Charles Zwerling.  Rose Marie is a supporter of the TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs), which provides valuable information and assistance to those struggling with Trichotillomania. She has performed countless permanent eyebrow procedures on clients who struggle with Trichotillomania, as well as Alopecia. She is a member of the Phoenix Burn Society and teaches camouflage for Self-Injury scars and Vitiligo. Find Rose Marie on Insta: @beauinstitute

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
69. @beauinstitute: Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella, Founder, Director of Education at the Beau Institute of Permanent and Corrective Cosmetics

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 7:47


In this episode, Rose Marie dives into her most memorable client experience. You don't want to miss this! Meet Rose Marie: “I never tire of watching the transformations and the exhilaration they bring about. I feel so blessed to have found this profession, and it gives me great pleasure to share my knowledge with all who are interested in learning.”  Beau Institute founder Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella is an internationally acclaimed expert in the field of permanent cosmetics, microblading, areola tattooing, permanent camouflage, and color lifting, with more than 29 years of experience as an industry leading practitioner, trainer, and speaker. Her talents  and business acumen have allowed it to grow into one of the top permanent makeup institutes in the world.   As an Instructor…Rose Marie displays her passion for excellence in her extraordinary teaching abilities that pave the way for her trainees to become excellent practitioners. Her patience and thoroughness allow her to educate trainees in the physical skills while instilling the confidence they need to launch their own successful permanent makeup careers. Rose Marie's students hail from around the world including the United States, Australia, India, Azerbaijan, Van Couver, Oman, South Africa, Amsterdam, Egypt, Bermuda, United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Latvia. They include medical professionals from prestigious medical institutions from Sloan Kettering,  University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University's Stephanie Spielman Breast Cancer Hospital, City of Hope, Long Island Plastic Surgery, Garden State Plastic Surgery, and many more. Training classes consist of surgeons, physician's assistants, nurses, aestheticians, as well as makeup artists, tattoo artists, and newcomers to the field. Many of the certified trainers in the United States have trained under Rose Marie's instruction. Rose Marie's dedication to helping breast cancer patients restore their physical and emotional health, as well as their self-confidence, is made clear by her founding, The Beau Institute's Annual Day of Hope, where areola tattooing is performed, complimentary. This year, with the help of the AAM, The Beau Institute's x Day of Hope has swept across 7-countries. Countless women were helped to regain their femininity and familiarity.  Rose Marie is a contributing author of the medical text called Micropigmentation Millennium, with Dr. Charles Zwerling, Ophthalmic Surgeon, and Dr. Norman Goldstein, former Chief of Dermatology, University of Hawaii, and Dr. Linda Dixon. She was also referenced as an expert in another medical text, Micropigmentation: State of the Art also by Dr. Norman Goldstein and Dr. Charles Zwerling.  Rose Marie is a supporter of the TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs), which provides valuable information and assistance to those struggling with Trichotillomania. She has performed countless permanent eyebrow procedures on clients who struggle with Trichotillomania, as well as Alopecia. She is a member of the Phoenix Burn Society and teaches camouflage for Self-Injury scars and Vitiligo. Find Rose Marie on Insta: @beauinstitute

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
68. @beauinstitute: Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella, Founder, Director of Education at the Beau Institute of Permanent and Corrective Cosmetics

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 4:47


In this episode, Rose Marie shares the best piece of advice she's ever been given. Specifically, she talks about the importance of preventing burn-out in your life! Check it out! Are you someone interested in becoming a PMU artist but are scared to take that first step? In this episode, we continue our conversation with Rose Marie as she shares her advice for those looking to take that first step in the beauty world. Tune in :) Meet Rose Marie: “I never tire of watching the transformations and the exhilaration they bring about. I feel so blessed to have found this profession, and it gives me great pleasure to share my knowledge with all who are interested in learning.”  Beau Institute founder Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella is an internationally acclaimed expert in the field of permanent cosmetics, microblading, areola tattooing, permanent camouflage, and color lifting, with more than 29 years of experience as an industry leading practitioner, trainer, and speaker. Her talents  and business acumen have allowed it to grow into one of the top permanent makeup institutes in the world.   As an Instructor…Rose Marie displays her passion for excellence in her extraordinary teaching abilities that pave the way for her trainees to become excellent practitioners. Her patience and thoroughness allow her to educate trainees in the physical skills while instilling the confidence they need to launch their own successful permanent makeup careers. Rose Marie's students hail from around the world including the United States, Australia, India, Azerbaijan, Van Couver, Oman, South Africa, Amsterdam, Egypt, Bermuda, United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Latvia. They include medical professionals from prestigious medical institutions from Sloan Kettering,  University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University's Stephanie Spielman Breast Cancer Hospital, City of Hope, Long Island Plastic Surgery, Garden State Plastic Surgery, and many more. Training classes consist of surgeons, physician's assistants, nurses, aestheticians, as well as makeup artists, tattoo artists, and newcomers to the field. Many of the certified trainers in the United States have trained under Rose Marie's instruction. Rose Marie's dedication to helping breast cancer patients restore their physical and emotional health, as well as their self-confidence, is made clear by her founding, The Beau Institute's Annual Day of Hope, where areola tattooing is performed, complimentary. This year, with the help of the AAM, The Beau Institute's x Day of Hope has swept across 7-countries. Countless women were helped to regain their femininity and familiarity.  Rose Marie is a contributing author of the medical text called Micropigmentation Millennium, with Dr. Charles Zwerling, Ophthalmic Surgeon, and Dr. Norman Goldstein, former Chief of Dermatology, University of Hawaii, and Dr. Linda Dixon. She was also referenced as an expert in another medical text, Micropigmentation: State of the Art also by Dr. Norman Goldstein and Dr. Charles Zwerling.  Rose Marie is a supporter of the TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs), which provides valuable information and assistance to those struggling with Trichotillomania. She has performed countless permanent eyebrow procedures on clients who struggle with Trichotillomania, as well as Alopecia. She is a member of the Phoenix Burn Society and teaches camouflage for Self-Injury scars and Vitiligo. Find Rose Marie on Insta: @beauinstitute

The Cabral Concept
2381: Consecutive Detoxes, Q-tip Safety, Vaginal Candida, Necrobiosis Lipoidica, Vitiligo Cause, Thrombosed Hemorrhoids (HouseCall)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 22:31


Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions:    Alison: Hi Dr Cabral, thanks for all you do. I appreciate the effort you put into these podcasts. Here are my questions… Does anyone ever need to complete consecutive detoxes (like 2 rounds of the CBO) to fully recover? I've heard some detox experts claim that it takes 2 years to fully & safely detox heavy metals. I saw that your heavy metal detox program is around 6 weeks long. I'm not really sure what my question is, but is the 2 year program a fraud? Or can you explain why the time frame is so large between detox programs? Thanks again!!   Richard: Hello Dr. Cabral, Hope your day is going well. I just want to know if using a Q-tip to clean your ears is a healthy habit. I do this after every time I take a shower. Some say it's good and others say it's not good because our ears don't need to be cleaned since our earwax serves a purpose, plus when using a Q-tip you can push the earwax in further and also potentially damage your eardrum. Do our ears need to be cleaned regularly? If so how? I would love to hear your thoughts on this. As always, thank you very much and have a good one! BTW, I tried searching for this & other topics on your podcast page but for some reason it brings up thousands of podcasts even though most of them don't talk about the topic being searched for. Last time this occurred I tried clearing my cache & cookies but this time it didn't help so I wonder if there is anything I can do to fix this and I apologize if you have covered this topic before.   Jessica: Hi does your candida gut protocol help w vaginal candida also?   Lindsey: Hello Dr. Cabral. As always, thank you for your time and knowledge. I am wondering what your thoughts are on Necrobiosis Lipoidica and if you have any tips to make changes to affect the root cause. It seems to also be related to granulomatous panniculitis and lipodermatosclerosis if those are inter-related. Any ideas to heal damage done by any of these?   Dana: Hello, my daughter and I have vitiligo, my father has it too but very little and seems like it's almost disappeared through the years, is there any causes of it or its hereditary and can't be fixed that's what the conventional doctors say, what is your take on that issue? Thank you so much, enjoying the podcast a lot!   Michele: Hi Dr. Cabral! You are the absolute best. I listen to you daily. I have a question about thrombosed hemorrhoids that I cannot seem to find any information on and my Dr. has been of no help whatsoever. I am a 41 year old female, 122 pounds, 3 vaginal births, and have been on a mission to get my health where it needs to be after years of mystery symptoms. 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PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
67. @beauinstitute: Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella, Founder, Director of Education at the Beau Institute of Permanent and Corrective Cosmetics

PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 4:57


Have you ever wondered how a PMU artist earns the trust of their first-ever client? Even without any before-and-after photos or history with the client? In this episode, Rose Marie talks about the importance of authenticity and letting your passion shine through when interacting with clients for the first time. You don't want to miss this! Are you someone interested in becoming a PMU artist but are scared to take that first step? In this episode, we continue our conversation with Rose Marie as she shares her advice for those looking to take that first step in the beauty world. Tune in :) Meet Rose Marie: “I never tire of watching the transformations and the exhilaration they bring about. I feel so blessed to have found this profession, and it gives me great pleasure to share my knowledge with all who are interested in learning.”  Beau Institute founder Rose Marie Beauchemin-Verzella is an internationally acclaimed expert in the field of permanent cosmetics, microblading, areola tattooing, permanent camouflage, and color lifting, with more than 29 years of experience as an industry leading practitioner, trainer, and speaker. Her talents  and business acumen have allowed it to grow into one of the top permanent makeup institutes in the world.   As an Instructor…Rose Marie displays her passion for excellence in her extraordinary teaching abilities that pave the way for her trainees to become excellent practitioners. Her patience and thoroughness allow her to educate trainees in the physical skills while instilling the confidence they need to launch their own successful permanent makeup careers. Rose Marie's students hail from around the world including the United States, Australia, India, Azerbaijan, Van Couver, Oman, South Africa, Amsterdam, Egypt, Bermuda, United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Latvia. They include medical professionals from prestigious medical institutions from Sloan Kettering,  University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University's Stephanie Spielman Breast Cancer Hospital, City of Hope, Long Island Plastic Surgery, Garden State Plastic Surgery, and many more. Training classes consist of surgeons, physician's assistants, nurses, aestheticians, as well as makeup artists, tattoo artists, and newcomers to the field. Many of the certified trainers in the United States have trained under Rose Marie's instruction. Rose Marie's dedication to helping breast cancer patients restore their physical and emotional health, as well as their self-confidence, is made clear by her founding, The Beau Institute's Annual Day of Hope, where areola tattooing is performed, complimentary. This year, with the help of the AAM, The Beau Institute's x Day of Hope has swept across 7-countries. Countless women were helped to regain their femininity and familiarity.  Rose Marie is a contributing author of the medical text called Micropigmentation Millennium, with Dr. Charles Zwerling, Ophthalmic Surgeon, and Dr. Norman Goldstein, former Chief of Dermatology, University of Hawaii, and Dr. Linda Dixon. She was also referenced as an expert in another medical text, Micropigmentation: State of the Art also by Dr. Norman Goldstein and Dr. Charles Zwerling.  Rose Marie is a supporter of the TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs), which provides valuable information and assistance to those struggling with Trichotillomania. She has performed countless permanent eyebrow procedures on clients who struggle with Trichotillomania, as well as Alopecia. She is a member of the Phoenix Burn Society and teaches camouflage for Self-Injury scars and Vitiligo. Find Rose Marie on Insta: @beauinstitute