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Many of our readers and listeners have heard me talk about the zinc and copper relationship. Have you delved into how copper is involved yet? My guest today shares everything from the importance of minerals to how the iron recycling system works. Today's guest, Amanda Montalvo, RD, is a women's health dietitian that helps women get to the root cause of hormone imbalances and have healthy menstrual cycles. Amanda started off her education in nutrition with the traditional route, but after dealing with her own health problems after getting off hormonal birth control she quickly realized the value of functional medicine. After healing her acne, balancing her hormones, and learning the value of her menstrual cycle, Amanda found her purpose—to help women create a body in balance and not settle for anything less. Join us as we discuss minerals and WHY so many get iron wrong. Have you been told you're anemic and want to look into your copper or Vitamin A status? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: How mineral imbalances affect the whole body How do copper and Vitamin A regulate iron? Organ meats- should you supplement? Beta-carotene versus retinol Opinions on utilizing hair mineral testing to see the overall picture of stress and mineral levels Different labs to ask your doctor for Quotes “Iron is in our tissues. We need to get it into the blood. How do we do that? We have different proteins that are moving it around, but those proteins need enzymes. Those enzymes are just making a reaction happen and that's where the minerals come in, right? Minerals are spark plugs for reactions in the body for enzymes.” [6:56] “As estrogen goes up, hepcidin will also increase, and then that means we have less iron absorption in the gut. So, you can look anemic when you have high estrogen, but in reality, you're actually storing a lot of iron. So, hormones can definitely impact our iron status as well." [20:06] Links Connect with Amanda Montalvo online Follow Amanda on Instagram Find out if you're at risk for Mineral Imbalances with her FREE mineral quiz HERE Healthy Skin Show ep. 163: Iron Deficiency Skin Rash Healthy Skin Show ep. 169: Why Is Zinc So Important For Your Skin?
On this weeks show, Dan and Mal look at the NBL and WNBL free agency signings over the last week. The boys then do a deep dive on 2022 NBL draft looking at the winning teams and the head scratching teams. Dan and Mal then breakdown round nine of the NBL1 North. One of the boys then gives their list of the top contenders for the Womens and Men's Mid season MVP and then the other breaks down his power rankings of those players. Dan and Mal then do a vintage NBL Crackem and finish the show with a Machination of Mal. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/balldontlieaustralia/message
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Karly Rager is a structural engineer turned climbing coach, and the founder of Project Direct Coaching. We talked about Karly's background and what led her to start her own coaching business, being a female in two male-dominated industries, mental strategies for developing focus and overcoming fear, transitioning between climbing disciplines, using injuries as opportunities, cultivating longevity in our climbing, valuing coaches more highly, and much more.Check out Grasshopper Climbing!grasshopperclimbing.cominstagram.com/grasshopperclimbingTell them I sent you to save $500 off a fully kitted out 8'x10' Grasshopper board! Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!And check out EP 22 with Justin Brown to learn more about how to use Rhino products!We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie CalhounBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/karly-ragerNuggets:0:06:11 – Literature, poetry, and public speaking0:10:07 – Engineering school, and rediscovering art0:11:37 – Karly's background, studying engineering and working as a structural engineer, and discovering climbing0:15:48 – How climbing connects with the engineering and the artistic parts of the brain0:19:11 – Mentoring friends, and becoming a climbing coach0:21:52 – Mental strategies for developing focus, and being an observer of your own mind0:25:53 – Making mental training measurable, and mindfulness practice0:28:31 – Starting her coaching business (Project Direct), and figuring out which lever to pull0:31:58 – Developing skills, emersion, and learning vs. performing0:36:41 – The “Trenches of Transition”, and my (Steven's) transition from Smith Rock to steep cave climbing0:39:26 – Having different grade pyramids for different styles of climbing0:43:51 – Karly's 4 Pillars, and questions to ask yourself if you are considering getting a coach0:48:24 – How to get initial coaching experience, Karly's leap from engineering to coaching, and recommended certifications for climbing coaches0:53:43 – Stacking her resume, and being female in a male-dominated engineering world0:58:23 – Being scrutinized as a female climbing coach, standing up for herself, and letting her guard down1:01:49 – Using respectful language, and Karly's tip of pretending your email is addressed to a male recipient1:07:18 – Setbacks in climbing, breaking her leg, and the finite number of tears we have to cry1:14:30 – My (Steven's) first finger injury, and the wisdom I got from my roommate1:17:45 – Using injuries as an opportunity1:22:47 – My (Steven's) favorite climbing areas right now, and favorite crags in St. George, UT1:26:45 – New rock types take time1:33:01 – Trying to onsight ‘The Rainbow Wall'1:40:41 – Placing more value on ourselves as climbers and coaches, and being paid based on the scarcity of our skills1:48:12 – How we value overworking in western society, and why we should be encouraged (and paid well) to do work we enjoy1:52:56 – Karly's “zone of genius”1:54:51 – Cultivating longevity1:59:36 – The eye contact drill2:01:50 – Give each skill 8-10 weeks of focus2:02:35 – Our body's ability to remember skills and movements2:04:51 – Different learning styles, using imagery, and using video as a tool2:12:22 – Karly's strategies for keeping her coaching businesses sustainable, having set days for specific tasks, and taking time off2:20:13 – Making coaching more accessible while paying coaches well, and other ways to pay it forward2:28:00 – Being a mentor and a mentee2:30:33 – How Karly is currently being a mentee2:33:46 – Karly's hope for the climbing industry
Today we will take a good review of what happened recently in the Supreme Court to better overstand what has taken place with the Supreme Courts recent decision on Women Right to choose. We look at this from a unbiased and liberal perspective on the matter.
Welcome to Episode #341 of the 303 Endurance Podcast. You are listening to your weekly connection to coaches, experts, and pro athletes to help you reach your endurance goals. We're your hosts coach Rich Soares and 303 Chief Bill Plock. Thanks for joining us for another week of endurance interviews and discussion. Show Sponsor: UCAN Take your performance to the next level with UCAN Energy and Bars made with SuperStarch® UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars and stimulants to fuel athletes. UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products. Steady energy equals sustained performance and a faster finish line! Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co In Today's Show Endurance News Full Ironman Returns to Coeur de Alene What's new in the 303 USA Triathlon Celebrates Women's Achievements in Multisport for 50th Anniversary of Title IX Triathlon and Run Races this weekend Video of the Week Sam Long Final Prep for Challenge Roth Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. Buddy Insurance gives you peace of mind to enjoy your training and racing to the fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle. Get on-demand accident insurance just in case the unexpected happens. Buddy ensures you have cash for bills fast. This is accident insurance not health and life insurance. Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account. There's no commitment or charge to create one. Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day. Check it out! Endurance News: Full Ironman Returns to Coeur de Alene The IRONMAN Group, announced today that the stunning city of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho will once again play host to a full-distance IRONMAN® triathlon on Sunday, June 26, 2023, as part of a unanimous vote in Tuesday's City of Coeur d'Alene council meeting. “We are so thrilled to see such an appetite for full distance triathlon racing in Coeur d'Alene,” said Tim Brosious, Northwest Regional Director for The IRONMAN Group. “With the longstanding history Coeur d'Alene has built within the triathlon community over the years, we know our athletes will be excited to once again race 140.6 miles across Northern Idaho's best terrain on offer.” The 2023 IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene triathlon course will mirror characteristics of the half-distance IRONMAN® 70.3® triathlon. Athletes will begin with a 2.4-mile double-loop swim in the breathtaking Lake Coeur d'Alene. The 112-mile double-loop bike course will take athletes alongside Lake Coeur d'Alene and through a beautiful northern Idaho with sweeping mountain views before a transition at City Park. Athletes will cap off the race day with a multi-loop run course through McEuen Park to a vibrant finish downtown on Sherman Ave. What's New in the 303: USA Triathlon Celebrates Women's Achievements in Multisport for 50th Anniversary of Title IX COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo./ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – USA Triathlon both honors and celebrates the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the landmark gender equity law that changed the landscape of what's possible for girls and women in this country, and today kicks off a five-month celebration of the achievements women have accomplished in triathlon. USA Triathlon has long had a tradition of promoting women in multisport, including equal prize money for elite events, the formation of the USA Triathlon Women's Committee in 2010 and February's landmark achievement of adding the 40th school in the nation to offer women's triathlon at the varsity level, which set in motion women's triathlon to become an NCAA Championship sport. A five-month celebration of women's varsity collegiate triathlon and women in the sport of triathlon and the multisport community kicks off today on the 50th anniversary of Title IX and runs through November, following the fall 2022 women's varsity collegiate triathlon season. For those who are interested in being a part of the celebration please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The five-month celebration will include the Together, We Thrive Powerful Women in Multisport Series, a social and digital content series that will focus on women who helped pave the way for women to compete in triathlon. To kick off the series, USA Triathlon has highlighted on its social media pages nine women in multisport who share what Title IX means to them in its Nine Days of Title IX celebration. USA Triathlon will give 10 multisport women's legacy packages to influential women in multisport, which includes one USA Triathlon Lifetime Membership and one free entry to USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships, USA Triathlon Multisport National Championships and the Toyota Legacy Triathlon. USA Triathlon will also award the inaugural Together, We Thrive Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access Award. USA Triathlon is launching its Women's Series, a series of locally organized USA Triathlon Sanctioned events across the country designed to grow and support the women's multisport community, in 2023. Applications to be included in the series will be accepted July through August with the formal announcement of participating events coming in late fall. The series will include a combination of women's-only triathlons and duathlons, instructional clinics and social gatherings that will accommodate new athletes to experienced athletes. 1974: Triathlon was invented by the San Diego Track Club with the Mission Bay Triathlon. The club has a storied history of leading the way in gender equity 1978: Judy Collins and her husband, Commander John Collins, both participants in the 1974 Mission Bay Triathlon, launch the Hawaiian Iron Man Triathlon in Waikiki, which combined the Waikiki Roughwater Swim, Honolulu Marathon, and a local cycling club route. 1979: Lyn Lemaire, a 28-year-old from Massachusetts, becomes the first woman to compete in the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon. Lemaire beats all but four men in the 15-person field. 1982: U.S. triathlete Julie Moss captivates a global audience with her crawl to the finish line at the Hawaii Ironman. 1983: Sally Edwards publishes the first book on triathlon. “Triathlon: A Triple Fitness Sport,” offers a comprehensive guide for training for “a total new fitness” based on her own experience in the sport. 1986: Using funds from an anonymous donor, the Hawaii Ironman introduces a prize purse for professional athletes. And in a move unprecedented in many other major sporting events, the payout is equal for both men and women — a standard that remains the status quo. 1990: Danskin launches a women's-only triathlon series in three cities: Long Beach, California, San Jose, California, and New York City. The growth of the Danskin series, as well as similar women-only events like Trek Triathlon and Irongirl races, are credited with boosting numbers among women in the sport. 2000: Triathlon makes its Olympic debut at the Sydney Games. The United States sends a trio of women Down Under, including Joanna Zeiger, who finishes fourth. 2004: Susan Williams, a 35-year-old mom from Long Beach, California, wins the first Olympic medal for the U.S. in triathlon, earning bronze at the Athens Games. 2005: U.S. Olympian Barb Lindquist retires as a professional and helps create USA Triathlon's Collegiate Recruitment Program, which identifies talent from the NCAA swimming and running programs as a way to funnel athletes toward the Olympic pipeline. She finds future Olympic gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen. 2014: Triathlon is designated as an NCAA Emerging Sport for Women 2016: Jorgensen caps her pro triathlon career by grabbing gold at the Rio Olympic Games, the first- gold medal for an American triathlete 2016: U.S. elite paratriathletes Grace Norman and Allysa Seely each win gold at the Paralympic Games. Hailey Danz and Melissa Stockwell also won medals, combining to sweep the podium in the PT2 sport class along with Seely. 2021: Katie Zaferes wins Olympic bronze at the delayed Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and the U.S. is one of only four countries to qualify three women for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, and one of only two countries to place all three athletes in the top-20 with Zaferes winning bronze, Summer Rappaport placing 14th and Taylor Knibb 16th. 2021: Seely won gold Paralympic again to become the only female two-time Paralympic triathlete gold medalist. Danz became a two-time PTS2 silver medalist and Norman earned a silver in the PTS5 category. Kendall Gretsch also won the first women's triathlon wheelchair race in Paralympic history and became the fifth American to win gold medals at both the summer and winter Paralympic Games. 2022: USA Triathlon adds two college programs to offer women's collegiate triathlon to reach the milestone of 40 schools. Women's triathlon is now on its way to becoming an NCAA Championship Sport. Colorado driver accused of "intentionally" hitting two cyclists — critically injuring one — still at large Police investigating a hit-and-run that wounded two cyclists in Evergreen, Colorado, on Sunday morning. One of the cyclists, identified as a woman by local authorities, suffered critical injuries as a result of the crash. A 2018 Ford Escape registered to 39-year-old Alan "Haley" Mill allegedly swerved onto the shoulder of an interstate highway about 30 miles west of Denver. Witnesses told police the driver deliberately hit both cyclists before fleeing and later abandoning the vehicle. Witnesses said they saw Mill attempting "to dislodge a badly damaged bicycle from beneath his vehicle" in the parking lot of a restaurant after the collision, CBS Denver reported. The SUV, which has a temporary license plate, was found abandoned the next day, police said. "This person passed a cyclist and then drove off the road intentionally onto the shoulder and into two other cyclists and possibly accelerated while doing that," said Jenny Fulton, director of public affairs at the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, according to CBS Denver. Upcoming Multisport Events in Colorado (runningintheusa.com) Upcoming Classic Runs in Colorado (runningintheusa.com) Video of the Week: I'm Back Motherfuc*ers || Race Simulation For Challenge Roth Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week. 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On this week's show we start looking ahead to the Africa Women's Cup of Nations finals in Morocco, with the tournament just a week away.Also we speak to Aston Villa's Zimbabwean midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, who says it's great working with Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.And we look at why Sadio Mane might have left Liverpool for Bayern Munich.
Benton, Zach, and Jason discuss Louisville City's 3-1 win over Orange County on Saturday night. They are later joined by JP Reynal to discuss this year's Womens' Cup tournament and the team announcement from earlier this week. Finally, Jonathan Lintner joins to discuss Louisville City and the USLW team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys discuss the upcoming Womens World Cup, who international teams might want to trade for if they had the chance, and they compare themselves to other international players past and present.
@vincetracy and @robdaniels began today's podcast with a heartfelt tribute to our colleague Eric Malpus who sadly died yesterday. Thank You Eric for your great podcasts and radio broadcasts with us. We discussed the breaking news about Diego #Maradona before looking at the forthcoming Womens' #Euro football finals being played in €ngland. This led to a discussion on #transgender issues in football and how it can be threatening progress in #Women's Football. We looked at strange new rules in football where commonsense is having to be written very large. We looked at the high profile transfers with #Haaland to #ManchesterCity and #Mane from #Liverpool to #BayernMunich
Did you know that progesterone can trigger rashes? Usually estrogen is more commonly the “sex hormone problem child” when it comes to skin, but when progesterone is the culprit, it's causes A LOT of trouble. If you've never heard of progesterone triggering rashes or Progesterone Hypersensitivity, you'll want to check out this episode. Now to be clear, this is NOT a common problem as progesterone reactivity like this is considered to be rare (though I'm willing to bet that a lot of cases are left undiagnosed if you don't know what to even look for). And if you know someone dealing with progesterone sensitivity rashes, please share this with them because there is a lot of great research linked up in the citations section below that could be helpful for them! In this episode: What is progesterone hypersensitivity? Is it an autoimmune disease or an allergic reaction? Tips for figuring out if you have progesterone hypersensitivity Fascinating signs + symptoms Potential triggers that prime your body to react to progesterone Treatment options to discuss with your doctor Quotes: A consistent flare-up that starts around the progesterone spike in your cycle around day 20 or 21 of a 28-day cycle is an important clue. Progesterone hypersensitivity may be linked to a higher rate of pregnancy loss.
Have you ever felt like when you're in the process of transformation, your brain loses efficiency as you're breaking down an old identity? Today's podcast episode talks about embracing the “and”. In this episode, Dr. Alex talks about the many times in our lives where we feel confusion, especially in the midst of transformation and when life is throwing painful things at us and how we can acknowledge the situation and motivate ourselves to change. In this episode, Dr. Alex digs deep into confusion, healing, self-love, acknowledgement and transformation. Transcript: https://www.zestyginger.com/confused-embrace-the-and/ Connect with us: Follow us on IG: @zesty_ginger Find us on FB: www.facebook.com/zesty_ginger Visit us at www.zestyginger.com/ to learn more about the 4 Phase Cycle Approach. Sign up for Coaches connect: https://www.zestyginger.com/coaches-connect/
The Big Players discuss the addition of Brooks Koepka and Abraham Ancer to the LIV tour, and the comments the PGA tour made this week, promising more money for its players (2:10). The group then move on to congratulate Matt Fitzpatrick on an incredible week at the country club and discuss other notable topics from the 2022 Men's US Open Championship (13:50). The Big Players bring it home discussing the KPMG Womens PGA Championship at a local course, Congressional Country club, as well as Big Player golf from this past Father's Day weekend (32:40). Big shoutout to Forecraft Cocktails for sponsoring the podcast and making this all possible. Make sure to check out their website forecraftcocktails.com to see where you can pick up their best in class, pre-mixed Transfusion cocktail. Sip. Swing. FORE!
Brian and Alyx are joined by 2024 recruit Taliyah Parker to talk about her summer & upcoming school season before taking one final look back at the 2021-22 Final Four Season.
This week on the show Maine and Miranda recap the final ADCC 2022 Trials the 2022 ADCC Asia, Oceania, and Australian Trials, we also recap F2W 203. Plus Andrew Tackett's performance at the Emerald City Invitational.In the news section we discussed ADCC drop outs and replacements and IBJJF drug test results. In the recap of Fight to Win 203 we discussed AJ Agazarm versus Shawn Weisenberg in the main event that saw Weisenberg put AJ into an extremely deep armbar and had Agazarm escape. We discussed the lack of wrestling in the matchup and some Kimura control used to take the back; and what the clean decision for Weisenberg means for Agazarm going into ADCC. In the recap of ADCC Asian Oceanic and Australian trials we ran through all of the 7 division finals starting off with the men's over 99 kg division. Where Josh Saunders took a close victory over Daniel Schuardt.In the -99 kg division we discussed Izaak Michell wrestling, back take and mount points victory over Anton Minenko, In a Showcase of the B-Team prospects stand-up ability and transition game. In -88 kg Roberto Dib Frias took a close points win via takedown vs Ben Hodgkinson, and played to the rules to stay ahead in the last 34 seconds. At -77 kg We talked about Japanese Prospect Kenta Iwamoto dynamic wrestling takedowns both early and late in the match vs Siraj Soufi, Plus some of the adjustments he was able to make during a single leg restart that led him to scoring late in the match in securing his slot in the world championships.In the under 66 kg discussion we discussed a leglock filled teammate battle in the finals between Jeremy Skinner and David Stoilescu, That saw both series of attacks negated and ended in the only submission of the finals that saw Jeremy Skinner finish a very interesting kneebar over David early in the overtime. In our recap of Andrew Tackett's run at the Emerald City Invitational, We discussed his submission Fury moving into the finals and the 30-plus minute overtime battle he had with Kieran to win the event.In the preview section of the show we very briefly preview the Midwest finishers 7 event and the men's 155-pound to lightweight divisions and the women's 125lb flyweight division tournament.We also briefly discussed the IBJJF American Nationals this coming week. In the outro section of the show Miranda discusses water loading and making weight. Recorded 6-20-2022
Today, Asif and Ali discuss the new Disney Plus / Marvel TV show Ms. Marvel (0:53).. The guys start off by discussing the pronunciation of ‘Kamala' in the show and highlight how she is the first South Asian and Muslim hero to headline her own show. They discuss the history of the character and the key individuals involved in her creation, G. Willow Wilson and Sana Sana Amanat. They discuss the muslim showrunners and directors of the show, the terrific cast and how Asif thinks Ali should have been cast as the father in the show. Then they both give their thoughts on the series. Later, based on a listener's suggestion, Ali asks Asif about how and why doctors treat men and women's pain differently (27:54). Asif discusses the literature which suggests that women get less effective pain treatment and are often given anti-anxiety medication instead of pain meds. He then discusses the evidence going back over 20 years which demonstrates this clear bias regarding pain, gender and medicine. Finally he discusses ways on how both patients and physicians can address this “pain gap”. The opinions expressed are those of the hosts, and do not reflect those of any other organizations. This podcast and website represents the opinions of the hosts. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for entertainment and informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. Music courtesy of Wataboi and 8er41 from Pixabay Contact us at email@example.com Follow us on Social media: Twitter: @doctorvcomedian Instagram: doctorvcomedian Show Notes: What You Need to Know Before Seeing ‘Ms. Marvel': https://www.theringer.com/marvel-cinematic-universe/2022/6/6/23155542/ms-marvel-kamala-khan-origin-story-disney All-New Marvel NOW! Q&A;: Ms. Marvel: https://web.archive.org/web/20131107052245/http://marvel.com/news/story/21466/all-new_marvel_now_qa_ms_marvel Women and pain: Disparities in experience and treatment: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/women-and-pain-disparities-in-experience-and-treatment-2017100912562 How Doctors Take Women's Pain Less Seriously: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2015/10/emergency-room-wait-times-sexism/410515 Researcher says women less likely to get painkillers: https://www.upi.com/Archives/1989/03/11/Researcher-says-women-less-likely-to-get-painkillers/2047605595600/ Gender Biases in Adult Ratings of Pediatric Pain: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02739615.2014.849918 Women Feel Pain More Intensely Than Men Do: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/women-feel-pain-more-intensely/ Womens' pain not taken as seriously as mens' pain: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/04/210406164124.htm Women's pain is routinely underestimated, and gender stereotypes are to blame – new research: https://theconversation.com/womens-pain-is-routinely-underestimated-and-gender-stereotypes-are-to-blame-new-research-158599 Gender Biases in Estimation of Others' Pain: https://www.jpain.org/article/S1526-5900(21)00035-3/fulltext “Brave Men” and “Emotional Women”: A Theory-Guided Literature Review on Gender Bias in Health Care and Gendered Norms towards Patients with Chronic Pain: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5845507/ The Gender Pain Gap: Why Women's Pain Isn't Taken as Seriously: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/a39763690/gender-pain-gap-explained/ If Men Could Menstruate: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23293691.2019.1619050
A fresh new episode from Kevin Johnston. Canadians Rejoice!!! Ladies, you asked and I answered the age-old question: WHY DOES MY MAN LIIKE TO GO TO STRIP CLUBS? This message needs to be heard and understood by ALL AVERAGE JOES! www.Instagram.com/KevinJJohnston www.KevinJJohnston.ca --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/contra-radio-network/support
A fresh new episode from Kevin Johnston. Canadians Rejoice!!! Ladies, you asked and I answered the age-old question: WHY DOES MY MAN LIIKE TO GO TO STRIP CLUBS? This message needs to be heard and understood by ALL AVERAGE JOES! www.Instagram.com/KevinJJohnston www.KevinJJohnston.ca
Did you know that June is Vitiligo Awareness Month?? My guest today shares her empowering, emotional personal story and shares how she became a Vitiligo Patient Advocate! Today's guest, Tonja Johnson, exhibits creativity, innovation, and determination. She has persevered through many obstacles in life, which has fueled her passions. Tonja is the founder of Beautifully Unblemished, a vitiligo support group that was birthed in 2017 after a challenging time finding a local support group in the state of Florida.. Her passion and drive are inspired by her own experiences dealing with Vitiligo and learning to embrace the physical changes she faces daily. She is passionate about empowering individuals to love the skin they are in. In her spare time, she enjoys singing praise and worship, interior decorating, and traveling. Join us as we discuss how to best SUPPORT someone with vitiligo and hear Tonja's journey. If you've been diagnosed with vitiligo and joined a support group, what specifically helped the most? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: What is vitiligo and what symptoms do people commonly notice? Who is affected by vitiligo? Tonja's personal vitiligo journey and how it impacted her to the point of contemplating suicide How Tonja dealt with her diagnosis emotionally + mentally (Why it's NOT "just skin"!) The benefits of getting support especially if you feel ashamed of your vitiligo diagnosis How to support someone living with vitiligo Quotes “There IS treatment. There's no cure, but there IS treatment that gives a temporary relief, I would say, for someone that has vitiligo. And it can slow down the process of vitiligo if you get treated earlier.” [15:08] “About three years into having vitiligo, I began to get depressed because the skin, my pigment was changing aggressively. I was losing my color, it seemed like every day, spots were appearing on my skin, and it was really devastating. I felt like I'd been given a death sentence. I knew it wasn't cancer, so it wasn't that bad, but it was emotionally a roller coaster, just trying to figure out the hows, the whys, where did it come from?" [2:06] Links Find Beautifully Unblemished online and on Instagram Follow Tonja Johnson on Instagram + Facebook World Vitiligo Day is June 25th! Learn more HERE.
What inspired Haley to create the amazing Just Women Sports? It's time to stop saying people don't care about women's sports, because the stats say otherwise. Haley talks about how Just Womens Sports all began in the back of a cab, what Camille considers the “napkin moment” and a little bit of liquid courage. Follow Camille on Instagram Follow Jianni on Instagram Follow us on Instagram
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In this week's Four Phase Cycle Podcast episode, Megan is once again joined by one of the most amazing Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioners, Toréa Rodriguez. Toréa is an expert coach, wilderness retreat leader and former professional pilot. She has been a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner for more than 9 years and she works with clients all over the world to support and help reverse autoimmune disease & chronic illness. Today, she coaches her clients through their own unique transformational experience that is based in functional medicine principles yet takes it to a whole new level to understand and support their entire being so they can live their lives to the full, no-holds-barred version of their dreams!! In today's episode, Toréa shared her big personal breakthroughs, what Reynaud's syndrome is and what physical things she saw shift and were affected by it. They also discuss different coping mechanisms and subconscious reprogramming. In this episode, Torea also talks about turning to the natural world as a healing pallette and incorporating outdoor spaces. Transcript: https://www.zestyginger.com/how-not-to-have-a-fear-of-snakes/ Connect with us: Follow us on IG: @zesty_ginger Find us on FB: www.facebook.com/zesty_ginger Visit us at www.zestyginger.com/ to learn more about the 4 Phase Cycle Approach. Torea @torearodriguez at torearodriguez.com. Retreat: https://torea.co/wrr22 New Program Waitlist: https://transform.torearodriguez.com/ Link to our practitioner trainings: https://www.zestyginger.com/practitioner/
It's the summer of Ch(K)ris! We decided to do a show. Enjoy it while it lasts. Much like this ridiculous new craze of drinking balsamic vinegar like a soda. GTFOH with that BS. We talk some sports too, might as well right?
Why do so many women listen to true crime? It's likely because we all have our own foundations and stories. Robin shares a couple of hers, and puts out a call for user-submitted ones. --------------------------------------------- We Saw the Devil: Email us and share your personal story: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.wesawthedevil.com Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/wesawthedevil Discord: https://discord.gg/X2qYXdB4Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeSawtheDevil Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wesawthedevilpodcast--------------------------------------------- We would like to thank our Executive Producers: Angelle BBrittany HWannabe SleuthBren W Emalie SYlana Dawn MFaye SChristy KAshley MShawna Cristi RIris DSRobinMaureen
After a brief hiatus, the gang is back! Jake, Mike, Ali, and Eric bring you exciting subjects such as Mike's big secret, Womens wrestling, "technically experienced" customers, Ali's phone call to Eric, awkward conversations in traffic, people you want to strangle, Mazda A/C issues, door rates, Human Resources experiences, how NOT to make more work for yourself, TSBs that don't fix anything, telling customers to F*** off, Mike's new position, new writer woes, learning to take a chill pill, and lots of cross talk. Check us out on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Cast, IHeartRadio, YouTube and many other streaming platforms! Twitter and Instagram @Customer_States, Email us at CustomerStatesPodcast@gmail.com to send us a voice memo, Listener Mail, topic idea or picture, or to get your very own #SellTheBell and our Customer States… Stickers! Check out our website at www.CustomerStatesPodcast.com! Find us on Facebook at Facebook.com/CustomerStatesPodcast, YouTube by searching Customer States… Podcast, and help support us at Anchor.fm/customerstates Big thanks to Bruce Vayn for the amazing original music! Check him out: FB @Bruce Vayn, @brucevayn on IG, @bruce_vayn on Twitter, and email him for all your musical needs at email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/customerstates/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/customerstates/support
A while back I was contacted by a Womens big book study group that records their meetings and they asked if I was interested in using them on the podcast, my answer was a very definite yes. This is the first one of those recordings (there will be more) and its on the chapter, To Wives. This is a part of the book that doesnt get a lot of love for various reasons, I was really happy to see this was one of the topics covered by this group and thought it a great first podcast, it is presented by Kate and Kate. There is a slight buzz in this recording that I could not remove, its not really prominent however it is noticeable but not so annoying that it precluded using it. About this meeting: The Big Book Awakening is a Womens Big Book Study for all who identify as Women and/or LBTQ+. They meet in person every Saturday in St. Paul Minnesota at 8:30am. If you would like to join them please visit https://westendaa.org (Thanks again for providing these) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support Sober Cast: https://sobercast.com/donate We have added a page of meetings that have moved online https://sobercast.com/online-meetings Sober Cast has 1900+ episodes available, visit SoberCast.com to access all the episodes where you can easily find topics or specific speakers using tags or search.
Mary Kitts joins Mark as we take a look at the final games of the NCAA Women's World SeriesWatch on ESPN & moreMary Kitts takes a look at the 2 remaining teamsUCLA fallsUnseeded Texas Longhorns ascends to the finalsPatty Gasso continues to lead her Sooners to victoriesKentucky BoubonsCoach Cobb shares his insights into his KY Bourbons teamDrafted by Minnesota Twins5 man infieldAPSPL a new slowpitch leagueWhere do you find players for a new teamWhat it took to get to and win the World SeriesBill Gatti - All American Football - UL - WFL - Best Power HitterWhitlock Brothers Dave and GregBilly "White Shoes" Johnson - "you got to get on base before you can steal"Fans shared bus with the team on the roadRough night in Milwaukee turns to fisticuffs - Rick Wilson warns Coach CobbButler High School great atheltic school including Braves, Adam Duvall, Jodie Mudd, Eddie Mudd & Mike CampbellFall Cities Golf Tournament Champions including Chris CorbettThanks to Mary Kitts for sharing her expertise & enthusiasm on NCAA Division 1 Softball.Thanks to Coach Cobb for bringing the Kentucky Bourbons back to life on our show.BaseballBiz is also on iheartradio, Stitcher, Apple, Spotify & Google podcastsYou can reach Mark @TheBaseballBiz & Brandon @SportsBlitzPod on Twitter Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"Apologies for the technical difficulties with this one
** Off The Walz is Presented by "What's Next With Eric Wood" Podcast. ** Brian Trent is joined by Alyx White for a major announcement about the Off The Walz Podcast before getting into more local AAU talk. Then, Brian and Alyx are joined by 2025 Mercy Academy star, Leah Macy to talk about her rise in the recruiting rankings, an update on AAU, her recruitment, and much more.
If you've heard or read that eczema is a “histamine intolerance” problem, I've got news for you… That's actually not always true. In fact, itchy skin doesn't mean you have histamine intolerance either. This might fly in the face of what you've come to believe about what your “root causes” are, but it's really important. It can help you if you find that antihistamines aren't really working! OR if you've been doing a low histamine diet without noticing much improvement. So let's talk about how atopic dermatitis is (or is not) connected to histamine overload while answering a listener's question on how certain foods (like berries) could be good or bad for rashes! In this episode: Are berries high in histamine (and a problem for eczema)? Eczema + Histamine Intolerance – Are they connected? FODMAP foods + histamine issues Percentage of eczema cases that are histamine driven (in my practice) Quotes: Blueberries are actually low in histamine while strawberries are high in histamine. It's erroneous to assume that eczema automatically means you have a histamine problem because that's simply not true.
In today's solo episode, Dr. Alex talks about whose responsibility it is to feel safe in our body. Dr. Alex also talks about why this is very different from other aspects of safety and how we connect with others. In this episode we cover: Love and partnership. Our relationship with our physical body. How you can support yourself. What choices we can make to make ourselves feel safe. Prioritizing yourself. Transcript: https://www.zestyginger.com/its-up-to-us-to-feel-safe-in-our-body/ Connect with us: Follow us on IG: @zesty_ginger Find us on FB: www.facebook.com/zesty_ginger Vistin https://www.zestyginger.com/ to learn more about the 4 Phase Cycle Approach.
What is your midlife experience as a woman, wife, mother, and individual? The process of getting to midlife is an ongoing one, and being able to share that journey with other women is something that may truly help you. In this episode, Kara Zebrowski shares her journey and how she coaches and supports women who are going through this phase in their lives. Kara shares more about her journey and background. Her experience of moving homes and starting her business from scratch. Why we need to take care of ourselves in mid-life. The three big things Kara works on with women. Upcoming retreats with Kara. Do you need to come to Kara's retreats? Reshape Midlife Website “I really started to see a need in this mid lifetime for women and beyond, where women have spent so much time nurturing their families, their jobs, and their aging parents. I felt like there just needed to be some sort of support. I've developed online courses, which I offer now that I coach women through. And I've been able to add retreats, which I really feel like for me is a complete full-circle moment. “ “It's not easy when you start changing because people around you are like they like how you are. And when you start speaking up, it's a little challenging.” Kara's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reshapemidlife/ Kara's Business FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/reshapemidlife Kara's Private FB page "Empowering Women in Midlife & Beyond" https://www.facebook.com/groups/empoweringwomenduringmidlifeandbeyond
Our host Maggie Smith leads a roundtable discussion with the three finalists for the WFWA Star Award for Women's Fiction/Debut category as they discuss what it means to write "women's fiction", the trajectory of their writing careers, finding camaraderie with their peers, the value of book awards, and what they've learned from readers since their book's publication. Panelists are: Julie Carrick Dalton (Waiting For the Night Song, Forge, January 2021) Joani Elliott (The Audacity of Sarah Grayson, Post Hill Press, May 2021) and Kelley McNeil (A Day Like This, Lake Union, November 2021)
Dealing with chronic skin conditions can take their toll mentally on anyone, but put yourself in the shoes of a child who may not have the same life experience as you do to cope. Stick in the dreaded school bullying, and you can have a major storm on your hands as parents or caregivers. My guest today covers specific things to look for and DO when tackling mental health for children with skin rashes. Today's guest, Dr. Nicole Beurkens, is a licensed clinical psychologist with advanced degrees in psychology, education, and nutrition. She is a leading holistic child psychologist and has dedicated her 25-year career to providing parents with research-based strategies that get to the root of children's attention, anxiety, mood, and behavior challenges so they can reach their highest potential. She runs a multi-disciplinary evaluation and treatment clinic and is a best-selling author, published researcher, award-winning therapist, media expert, and experienced mother of four. Join us as we discuss how to best SUPPORT mental health holistically for children and teens with chronic skin conditions. If you've found that counseling or at-home therapy work has helped your family in dealing with a chronic condition, what specifically helped the most? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Why it's a BIG mistake to NOT talk about skin conditions with your kid (especially if it makes your child feel "different") Steps to empower your child if they have a skin condition Criteria of red flags to know that there's something wrong or signs that there could be an issue at school How to get your child talking (without feeling ashamed) about bullying or other problems they face Benefits of having your child talk to someone other than you (or another parent or caregiver) Quotes “A lot of times kids are bringing those things to us not because they want us to in and play superhero and call everybody's mom, and fix it... they're telling us because they need us to be with them in how they're feeling about it. They need to not be alone in how they're feeling.” [17:30] “...The reality is that most children, the vast majority will not initiate telling a parent or teacher or caregiver that it's going on because they are ashamed, because they're embarrassed because they don't know how to talk about that. So it is up to US as the adults in these kids' lives to raise these issues and to watch for the signs.” [10:16] Links Find Dr. Nicole Beurkens online Get Dr. Beurkens's FREE Top 10 Nutrients Guide Follow Dr. Beurkens on Instagram| Facebook Order Dr. Beurkens's book: Life Will Get Better
Have you ever heard to just put honey or aloe on your rash? I URGE you to think twice on treating an angry rash at home before knowing what it is. Sometimes, it can be life threatening as you will hear from my guest today who had a patient have sepsis! Not to mention, it could be tiny microscopic bugs, which gives the shivers just thinking about it. 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 has written a textbook on Integrative Dermatology and has published over 100 papers. Join us as we discuss all the different types of skin testing for various conditions, which your doctor could run. Have you ever had any of skin testing done and it helped tremendously? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: Why you need a dermatologist on your team to help rule out infections + more serious issues (even if you want to do things more naturally) Different testing types and when you do each one (AND for which condition) What are scabies and Demodex mites, and why could Ivermectin help? How does patch testing work? Thoughts on supplementing with B12 if you have a cobalt allergy Hidden sneaky source of benzoyl peroxide (if you have this allergy) Quotes “Scabies are these little, teeny-tiny mites, they're invisible to the naked eye, but not to the microscope. So what we do is we'll scrape the little parts of the skin or even better is we can scrape under your nails because if you're itchy, you're collecting little scabies mites under your fingernails.” [08:51] “The biggest thing I think for bacterial infection is skin pain or tenderness. If it's just itchy, I'm not as worried, but if a patient calls me and says, it hurts, it's sore. Then I'm like, whoa, that's a super four-alarm fire.” [11:04] Links Find Dr. Lio Online Healthy Skin Show ep. 001: How to Protect & Strengthen Your Skin Barrier w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 037: Nickel Allergy And Eczema w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 104: Topical B12 For Skin Rashes w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 136: Alternative Solutions For Rosacea w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 176: Dealing With Recurrent Skin Infections w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 216: Could Your Rash Be A Sign Of Lymphoma? w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep.107: Symptoms Of A Staph Infection On Your Skin Follow Dr. Lio on Twitter | Facebook