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Are you one of those people whose skin gets WORSE the cleaner and healthier your diet becomes? This is one of those things people don't talk about that can really get someone down because diet changes are so heavily pushed as a one-stop solution to clear up your skin. So if you've ever felt like you just didn't “try hard enough” or “eat clean enough” because your skin got worse, know that you're not alone. Though I don't have an exact reason WHY this happens, I do have clinical observations that I can share. My hope is that you'll stop blaming yourself (or thinking that you're just doomed) and encourage you to dig deeper than food to address triggers to your skin rashes. In this episode: Answering the question: Can eating clean make your skin rashes worse? What it means if your skin gets worse the cleaner + healthier your diet gets Diets I've seen clinically cause skin rashes to get worse in some individuals Connection between skin flare-ups and diet shifts Quotes: You are not a failure if eating “clean” or making healthy diet changes actually makes your skin rashes worse! Those with rashes that are “diet-resistant” or worsen with a healthier diet often have gut dysbiosis.
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Did you know that it is possible for children to become sensitized (and even allergic) to food through the skin? Yep... *mind blown*! This is something that we're learning more about and that blows a hole in the concept that the only way to become sensitized to food is through the gut. My guest today, Jennifer Brand, MPH (Master's degree in public health), MS (Master's degree in nutrition), CNS (Certified Nutrition Specialist) is an integrative and clinical nutritionist and the founder of Jennifer Caryn Brand Nutrition. She specializes in childhood skin rashes (eczema in particular, as well as psoriasis, tinea versicolor, hives, acne, vitiligo, and others), food allergies and sensitivities, and gut problems. Jennifer's own struggle with gut problems and disordered eating, her father's battle with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, her brother's diagnosis of psoriasis, and her mother's diagnosis of vitiligo left her frustrated and stirred her search for a different approach as conventional means fell flat: - An approach that doesn't remove more foods from the diet. Food is not the root cause of the problem. Your body runs off of nutrients from foods you eat. When they are missing, imbalances develop, and symptoms and health problems follow, even skin rashes. - An approach that doesn't include stronger prescription steroid creams, and immune-modulating prescriptions that might manage symptoms but don't address the root cause of the problem, and can cause additional problems long term. Jennifer is a relentless detective putting her strong knowledge of nutritional biochemistry to work for you, to identify what's driving symptoms and health problems in order to address the root cause of them. In 2013 she opened her private, clinical nutrition practice. Jennifer left her corporate healthcare career in 2017 to focus full time on helping clients get relief. Jennifer is a faculty member of LearnSkin, and her work has been featured in peer-reviewed scientific journals, Voyagela, as well as on podcasts, online summits, and in-person presentations at venues such as Casa Colina Hospital in California. Join us as we discuss how food allergies can affect skin rashes in children. Has identifying food allergies helped your little one's skin health? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: How a baby can potentially develop a food allergy at such a young age Is it possible to become sensitized to a particular food through the skin barrier? Connection between gut bacteria + food allergies Foods that feed friendly gut bacteria Problems that might come along with moisturizing rashy skin Quotes “When we're talking about skin allergies, that includes things like skin inflammation, eczema, hives, and contact type allergies. So when we get to the statistics here, 9.2 million children had skin allergies in 2018.” [1:33] “One of the most interesting statistics I've come across in the literature is that two out of three kids with rashes do not have food allergies.” [2:17] Links Interested in trying MegaSporeBiotic? Click HERE to grab a bottle! Find Jennifer Brand online Get Jennifer Brand's FREE Guide To Beat Your Little One's Eczema HERE Get Jennifer Brand's FREE Guide To Probiotics For Skin Rashes Healthy Skin Show episode 008: Identifying The Chemical Triggers Behind Your Skin Flare Ups w/ Jennifer Brand Healthy Skin Show ep. 110: Missing Links Between Your Little One's Skin Rashes & Mom's Health w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, CNS Healthy Skin Show ep. 178: Using Probiotics For Eczema in Little Ones w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS Follow Jennifer on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
By popular demand … the brilliant West Indian cricket commentator Fazeer Mohammed returns as a guest of Peter Oborne and Richard Heller in their latest cricket-themed podcast. Speaking from Sri Lanka, where he is commenting on the current West Indies tour, with his customary ebullience, eloquence and erudition he reviews a turbulent period for English and West Indian cricket.Read the full description here: https://chiswickcalendar.co.uk/episode-71-the-great-commentator-fazeer-mohammed-brings-up-to-date-the-stories-of-blacklivesmatter-and-west-indian-cricket/Get in contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Tragedy is not okay. Suicide is not okay! And you never know what is going to trigger someone! OBGYN Kellie Lease Stecher has made it her purpose and passion to speak up and serve the medical community. She's igniting others too! If you aren't advocating for Womens rights what are you doing? Kellie is an action mom, author, and a women's health leader! Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy! Kellie Stecher is an OBGYN, Chief Medical Officer of Linked Inclusion™, and Co-Founder and President of Patient Care Heroes, Founding Board Member for the Minnesota Branch of the League of Minority Voters, as well as the Governor of the 7th district of the American Medical Women's Association. She has won the Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine's Top Doctors' Rising Star award for the last three years. Her work has made her an invaluable contributor to both local and national publications, news, and podcasts. Dr. Stecher's focus is on advocacy and policy change, centering around safety and equity. She is the author of the book, Delivering, which was released in late 2021. The book is meant to empower women, mothers, working women, women in healthcare, and to inspire change. As the Chief Medical Officer at Linked Inclusion™, she leads a team of wellness experts in providing professional DEI + Wellness resources for social change management addressing the physical and mental health services needed for solving the trauma that accompanies exclusion. Kellie's book Delivering https://www.amazon.com/dp/1914560159/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_GNTN8FCEW1PJM7806TDJ Me and my daddy would love to hear from you ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy Subscribe and leave a five star rating podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy Connect with Reena linkedin.com/in/reenafriedmanwatts
Have you ever wondered if the placement of your rashes actually was an important clue to your case? I've been asked this A LOT! So today I thought I'd share some clinical pearls that I've picked up along the way to help you become a better skin rash detective! This observation can also help you by looking back to rash placement in the past (even when you were a child) or before the onset of Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW). Especially because we know that skin rash conditions are often driven by internal inflammation. But you have to look for those underlying (and often hidden) root causes along the way so that you can actually address them. So let's dive into this interesting discussion on what rashes in certain areas of the body actually mean! In this episode: What do rashes in certain areas mean? Do rashes on the abdomen mean I have gut problems? Rashes around your eyes and under the nose Fungal hotspots (check out the graphic!) Quotes: In certain areas such as the armpits or groin, the skin microbiome is considered to be a damp environment making it more prone to fungal rashes. Don't assume that rashes around the mid-section automatically mean that you have a gut problem simply due to rash placement.
We use many different personality frameworks to further our understanding of who we are. Today we explore the Enneagram with Enneagram coach- Marta Spirk. Marta teaches us an overview of the Enneagram so we can begin to explore this avenue of self awareness. Walking through each nine types, she educates us on each motivation, core belief, and distinct characteristics. Marta Spirk is a wife, triplet mom, podcaster, empowerment coach & marketing strategist. She helps women simplify marketing their business by reducing overwhelm and procrastination when it comes to content creation, so they can step into VISIBILITY, CREDIBILITY & PROFIT. She does that with her 5-step process called ENGAGE TO SERVE™, her podcast The Empowered Woman (over 100K downloads), The Empowered Woman School membership and workshops. Find out more about Marta here. Join our November Book Club discussion on Facebook here.
On today's episode, Anna Bediones sits down with WNBA Superstar Arike Ogunbowale to talk about the WNBA's growing popularity, how she stays active during the off-season, who her biggest competition is for sneaker queen of the WNBA and so much more!0:53 What are you up to right now?1:35 What do you have on feet today?1:45 Why do you think there has been such growth in viewership this year for the WNBA?3:08 What do you think is the biggest roadblock in supporting women's sports?5:00 Who did you think would win for the finals?5:54 What does your off-season look like?10:18 If you weren't playing professional basketball right now what would you be doing?11:35 What has been your biggest takeaway from Kobe Bryant?12:56 Who are some of the top WNBA players that you like to play against?14:18 Is there a general attitude when you compete against men during a pickup game?15:55 Are there any players that you think you could go head to head within a sneaker battle?17:02 What's your approach to collecting sneakers?17:52 What's the sneaker in your collection that you are most proud of? 18:45 What's your approach to unDSing sneakers?19:42 How seriously do you take the tunnel/game day fit?20:31 Can you tell us about your jerseys on your wall?21:50 What is the basketball scene like in Milwaukee?22:56 What can we look forward to, from you in the future?23:53 What is your favorite sneaker ever?
IN EPISODE 46 - Don and I had an absolutely inspiring conversation with Jackie Goldberg, also known as the Pink Lady. Pink is 89 years young - and I don't say that lightly. Pink is a teacher, actor, author, and toastmaster. For over 40 years, she was in the fashion industry as a Womens' Wear marketing & sales rep. At age 70, she developed a series of seminars called, “Get Up, Get Out, & Get a Life,” to encourage fellow seniors to embrace new challenges. She also began an acting career. This led to her creation of the non-profit Senior Star Power Productions and an annual live stage show featuring performers over the age of sixty. The mission of Senior Star Power is to engage, inspire and enrich the lives of seniors through the arts. This also led to her Variety/Talk Show, “Pink Lady Presents”.When Pink was 64, Walter, her husband of 32 years was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Without a fraction of the resources available today, she relied on her instincts to guide her as she embraced her new role as a Caregiver. I love this interview because it comes from a healthy and positive senior perspective. It is also extremely candid and disarming - which is what I find so appealing about talking to “senior citizens”. (Can we please find a better title?”) When Pink was 70, her beloved Walter passed away. With her caregiving days behind her, she took back her life and reinvented herself - truly living by her mantra, “Get Up, Get Out, & Get A Life! It Ain't over Til I Say It's Over!” Also the title of her book, Pink writes,”“I believe I'm a perfect example of what the right attitude and gratitude can do for you. You need to know who you are and realize there is still a lot of livin' to do. The purpose of life, after all, is to live it. This is truly our time to live life to the max-to taste each experience and to live in the present moment, wisely, lovingly and with enthusiasm. In today's world, it takes guts to get older, without being old. Aging happens to everyone. It's inevitable. However, there's no need to become a victim of age.”How did she become “Pink Lady”? It began when she worked in the fashion industry and dressing in pink became her trademark. Pink Lady is a force of nature, like getting a shot of vitamin B-12! She is blessed with 5 children, 6 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren . . . who all call her Pink Grandma. Her philosophy of life is to “Think Pink!” to see love and inner beauty in everything and everyone around her, and to feel the energy and aura that a color can give us by letting people see life through rose-colored glasses.I'm sold! After listening to this interview - you will be, too!Love, Susie xoxo*PinkLadyPresents.com is an Intergenerational Internet Variety Show streaming worldwide 24/7*Pink Lady Presents Television Variety Show seen throughout Southern California by 16 million viewers and worldwide on PinkLadyPresents.com. * In 2021, Pink joined the EMT Network (channel 25.5) where her shows continue to be seen every Sunday evening.For interviews, book signings, and speaking engagements, contact Pink Lady at(818) 606-6679 Senior Star Power website email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/preview/3feccac8decf451cbee818066461f7c1)
If you are struggling with adult acne, today's episode is for you! This episode is celebrating new published research by Dr. Julie Greenberg on the make-up of the gut microbiome of someone whose primary complaint is acne! These findings can help us all better know what steps can be taken to support someone struggling with acne, but it also underscores that other skin issues (like eczema) may have a very different gut microbiome diversity. Time will tell as that research eventually becomes available. For now, let's dive into the distinct gut microbiome that tends to show up in acne! My guest today, Dr. Julie Greenberg, is a licensed ND who specializes in integrative dermatology. She is the founder of the Center for Integrative Dermatology, a holistic dermatology clinic that approaches skin problems by finding and treating the root cause. Dr. Greenberg hold degrees from Northwestern University, Stanford University and Bastyr University, and received advanced clinical training at the Dermatology Clinic at the University of Washington Medical School and at the Pediatric Dermatology Center at Seattle Children's Hospital. She is also the Program Chair of the Naturopathic & Integrative Dermatology series on LearnSkin.com, a learning platform for integrative health care professionals. Join us as we discuss some exciting new research into the gut microbiome and acne. Has working on your gut health improved your acne? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: How prevalent of a problem is acne? Why does acne occur? The difference between a trigger and a root cause Three things that typify the acne gut based on her published research How much fiber do you REALLY need to eat to help with acne? The problem with eating too much meat Why dairy can be problematic for acne Quotes “Acne occurs within a hair follicle. Every acne zit or pimple that is one somebody's face, chest, back, is happening in a hair follicle.” [3:22] “What I found was three things that kind of typify the acne gut. One is H Pylori (Helicobacter pylori) is present. One is candida. Candida is elevated or high. And the third thing is protozoa.” [11:46] Links Find Dr. Greenberg online Healthy Skin Show ep. 173: Malassezia: The Bug Behind Many Fungal Skin Problems w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show ep. 149: How Staph Aureus Wrecks Your Skin w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Dr. Greenberg's research on acne and the gut Gut Dysbiosis and Its Role in Skin Disease: A LearnSkin course I co-authored
Susie shares her thoughts on the Britney Murphy documentary, and Sarah decides she's going to solve her suspicious death. We discuss Caitlyn Jenner's Olympic success, gender-affirming transition, and why she's an atypical trans story. We hear about the murders of John Wayne Gacy, and Susie laughs about his ridiculous denial of his guilt. We talk about the New Zealand Bird competition, and the unlikely winner. Sarah is surprisingly angry about their unconventional attempts at protecting an endangered species--and it's hilarious. Susie talks about her book club pick and why the author is an incredible inspiration with advice that everyone could use. We learn about accusations of abuse on the Judge Judy set. Susie is mad about the Instagram-ing of emergency kits. We hear why women are getting sick from underwear. Sarah reveals a sexual trend called "soaking," and we are in shock. Join our book club, shop our merch, sign-up for our free newsletter, & more by visiting The Brain Candy Podcast website: Connect with us on social media: BCP Instagram: Susie's Instagram: Sarah's Instagram: BCP Twitter: Susie's Twitter: Sarah's Twitter: More podcasts at WAVE:
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Did you know that about 10% of people using Dupixent develop awful face and neck dermatitis? This issue (more officially called Dupilumab Facial Redness (DFR)) wasn't flagged during the randomized FDA trials, but has some dermatologists concerned because DFR can be incredibly severe, just as it was for one of my clients. Since Dupixent is a biologic drug used by some with Eczema and Topical Steroid Withdrawal to ease symptoms, this new problem isn't ideal. Rather than just assume that the person has a sensitivity to Dupixent, new research is showing that this may be a different problem — Malasezzia hypersensitivity. If you recall, Malasezzia is a fungal organism that normally lives in your skin's microbiome. It really shouldn't be causing an issue like this, but something about the way that Dupixent interacts with your immune system along with a compromised skin barrier could play a role. Here are the current papers discussing this topic so you have something to bring to your prescribing dermatologist so you can get the help you need if you are experiencing this! In this episode: Facial + neck redness that occurs in about 10% of Dupixent users What current research on what may be driving this weird “side effect” Treatment options listed in currently published articles The blood test marker that could be helpful in getting a clear diagnosis What to do if YOU have face + neck redness from Dupixent Quotes: Approximately 10% of Dupixent users develop red, inflamed, dry, scaly and itchy face + neck rashes requiring antifungal medication treatment. Dupixent Facial Redness was never described or mentioned in the Dupixent clinical trials for the FDA (which is surprising considering that it impacts approximately 10% of patients).
#133 Movement Training and Women's Strength w/ Margaret Durnan A woman's journey through strength and movement...Margaret Durnan is a Chiropractor, gym owner, movement enthusiast and devout Academic. She talks with Joey about her experience training under Ido Portal, why she loves being a student, and what it takes to build supremely strong women. Follow Margaret on […] The post #133 Movement Training and Womens Strength w/ Margaret Durnan appeared first on Jungle Brothers Strength and Movement.
It is that time of year again, where we try to cram a million more things into the same 24 hours we had yesterday. Let’s make this year different. Business Consultant Robin Walker, talks with Jenni Schubring, life coach and owner of Embrace Your Story Coaching, about the holiday season and how to focus on […] The post 66: Business Balance and Boundaries for the Holidays appeared first on Women's Business Workshop Robin Walker.
Debi Carlin Boyle is a fitness professional and TV commercial producer with over two decades of experience in the fields of health and wellness and commercial production. Her credibility in these fields is well established, having worked at some of west Los Angeles' most prestigious gyms and fitness facilities. Debi was recently certified as a Health and Nutrition Coach by The Institute of Integrated Nutrition and her numerous group fitness enthusiasts include David Duchovny, Nick Nolte, Kyra Sedrick, Kevin Bacon, Gabrielle Reese, Jamie Kurtz, David Steinberg, and Jennifer Beals, among others. A believer in the fundamentals of fitness & diet rather than fleeting trends, Debi helps her clients maximize their genetic potential through her back-to-basics approach. By following her ‘BalancedLife' exercise and diet regimes, her clients see results that are not just dramatic, but more importantly, lasting and sustainable for their continued healthy lifestyles. Now merging her “Age Young” and production ventures into a lifestyle brand called BalancedLife, Debi is spreading her no-nonsense and holistic approach to health and wellness through online video blogs, magazine articles, and her live streaming radio show & podcast; BalanceLife by Debi, Conversations Connecting to a Healthier You. Her authentic and creative approach to health and wellness is a breath of fresh air in a market saturated by so-called ‘quick fixes,' and her extensive experience in production gives her an accessible and transparent voice. Debi's goal is to help the widest possible audience achieve a long and healthy life. Follow Debi: Website: https://www.balancedlifebydebi.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/balancedlifebydebi/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/balancedlifebydebi/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5Gi1uKwBJHCj3KkE9dSc2A Podcast: https://ubngo.com/portfolio-items/balancedlife-with-debi-carlin-boyle/ ______________ Follow Therese "Tee" Forton-Barnes and The Green Living Gurus: The Green Living Gurus Website: https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenlivinggurus/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7_phs1GZUPzG21Zgjnqtw Healthy Living Group Facebook Green Living Gurus Page Facebook For further info contact: Therese Forton-Barnes Email: Greenlivinggurus@gmail.com Cell: 716-868-8868
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I often talk about how nutrition and digestion can play a role in our skin health. And there are many different dietary theories out there that have been used over the decades (and even centuries) that could be beneficial. As you might already know, I don't think diet for many with chronic skin rashes is the only tool that should be used to help achieve healthier skin. It's one tool in the larger toolbox. So today I'd like to share with you the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) approach to nutrition as it could potentially relate to skin rashes. It's honestly fascinating and this ancient method does draw some interesting conclusions about the impact of different foods on the body based on certain imbalances present. My guest today is Dr. Olivia Hsu Friedman, DACM, L.Ac, Dipl.OM. She is the owner of Amethyst Holistic Skin Solutions and treats eczema, TSW, psoriasis, and acne patients throughout the US in person and via video conferencing using only herbal medicine. Dr. Olivia earned a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine as well as a diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine Dermatology. Outside of the office, Dr. Olivia serves on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Acupuncturists, the Advisory Board of LearnSkin and the faculty of the Chicago Integrative Eczema Support Group sponsored by the National Eczema Association. Join us as we talk about how Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) diets may help improve skin health. Has a Traditional Chinese Medicine diet improved your skin rashes? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Historical context for the TCM diet (and why this is relevant to your skin) Understanding how different types of food affect your body How does TCM view digestion? What types of food does Dr. Friedman recommend for people with eczema and other skin conditions? Should your diet change with the seasons according to TCM Why bitter foods are important to incorporate into your diet Quotes “There was this understanding that there are foods that are on the colder side. There's foods that are on the cooler side. There are foods that are warm. There are foods that are hot. And then later on, they figured out obviously there's neutral foods too.” [5:25] “In Chinese medicine, especially when we're putting together herbal formulas, we're always looking at balance. A lot of times when we put together formulas that are looking at these inflammatory conditions like TSW, like eczema, like psoriasis, we have a lot of herbs in there that are actually cooling in nature. However, we always make sure that there's something in there that balances that, so it's not ultra cold, so that your body has a better chance of actually not being wrecked by any one individual ingredient.” [16:23] Links Find Dr. Olivia online Healthy Skin Show ep. 144: How Chinese Medicine Can Help Topical Steroid Withdrawal w/ Dr. Olivia Hsu Friedman, DACM The Tao of Healthy Eating by Bob Flaws Apple Cinnamon Porridge (congee) Follow Dr. Olivia on Facebook
When you look at your sales goals for November and December, are you trying to increase sales, stay consistent, or do you welcome a slow down for the holidays? In episode 65, join Business Consultant Robin Walker, to hear about three easy ways to grab some visibility this holiday so you can meet your sales […] The post 65: Capture Holiday Visibility For Your Business appeared first on Women's Business Workshop Robin Walker.
Teaching from the Princeton FTLW Church Women's Meeting held on October 16 2021. If you have made Jesus the Lord of your life, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Church Name: Fountain of the Living Word Church Church Times (During the pandemic): Sunday Service is at Noon via Zoom. If you wish to participate, please send us an email at email@example.com Church Address: Princeton FTLW Church. P.O Box 5891, Trenton NJ 08638 Giving: Send your tithes and offering to Princeton FTLW Church. P.O Box 5891 Trenton NJ 08638 If you want to give your tithes and offering electronically, please follow these instructions. 1. Download the Tithely app on your mobile phone 2. Create an account 3. Click on Give Now. 4. Enter your debit/credit card or bank account information and click add card 5. Now You are able to give either offering or tithe. Thank you for giving to the Princeton FTLW Church Princeton NJ Alternatively, you can go online and do the same thing. The Tithely online website, https://get.tithe.ly/download-tithely-app As you listen to this message from God, you will grow spiritually in the name of Jesus, Amen.
Brian Vahaly's journey starts as a top-level junior out of Atlanta. He went onto an outstanding ATP career, topping out at No. 64 in the world. Currently he volunteers as USTA Secretary-Treasurer and became a pioneer as the first ATP pro who has come out as gay. Joanne McCallie says she regrets not playing more tennis as a child (she loves the sport now!) but she did pretty well as a basketball player. She coached the Michigan State women's basketball team for seven years and 13 seasons leading the Duke women's team. Her second book, Secret Warrior, covers her struggles with mental health and her advice for athletes struggling with similar issues. In our weekly spotlights are NOLA junior Carley Griffin and Karen Henson, who coaches tennis at Elizabethtown (KY) High School.
Did you know that psoriasis is associated with a bunch of other health issues? Things like hypothyroidism, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, PCOS, Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver disease, and liver fibrosis, just to name a few. Many of my clients have no idea about these connections and have unfortunately had their concerns about other health issues blown off. Because there is so much newer research coming about about these issues, I wanted to share some of the research that I've seen so that you can ask better questions and know what you should be on the lookout for. Because psoriasis can impact so so so much more than just your skin (as if that isn't bad enough on its own). In this episode: Health conditions often associated with psoriasis that should be on your radar Blood sugar + metabolic health concerns Thyroid problems — is this a big deal? Why you absolutely CANNOT overlook or ignore your liver Diabetic medication (or an herb I often use in practice) that can be helpful for psoriasis Quotes: A fascinating 2019 study found that out of the 400 patients with severe chronic plaque psoriasis, 53% were insulin resistant while 22% had type 2 diabetes. Out of 215 patients with moderate to severe psoriasis in a 2021 study, 42.3% had some degree of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver disease (NAFLD).
This week's Wholistic Hearts podcast is another Moms in the Middle edition with Katie Lynn, host of Stepping into a Joy Filled Life Podcast, leads us in a beautiful conversation about how to thrive while living with chronic pain. If you struggle with chronic pain or autoimmune disease issues, or battle with anxiety or depression, this episode is for you. You do not suffer alone, my friend. You are seen. Need to find community? Come join us in Mind Body Spirit Holistic Faith for Moms in Facebook. Or you can reach out to me personally on social media @KristinFieldsChadwick. Interested in pursuing Spirit Empowered Coaching with me? Sign up for a free Discovery Coaching Call to see if we are a good fit.
Brownie sits down with NU Women's Assoc Head Coach Nick Carpenito to discuss the Huskies season as they strive to return to the Nat'l Ship. #HowlinHuskies Do you listen to The Morning Skate? Please be sure to leave us a review on iTunes. Every review lets us know how we're doing, how we can continue to make the dbpodcast better and help us land future guests. Be sure to check us out at www.morning-skate.com Follow us on social media! Faceboe ffok: www.facebook.com/morningskate/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/morning_skate Twitter: twitter.com/Morning_Skate
Hi Thirds!!! As scorpio season approaches we are ready to give yall some tips!! We also get into quotes that we love and live by, a lot of spirituality and of course end it with our youtube topics - libra energy and mental health. We hope you have a great last week of libra season and can't wait to kick it with ya'll next week!
Most times, a skin rash is a skin rash. But sometimes, if the skin condition comes out of nowhere, and if it does not respond to treatment, it could be a sign that something else is going on. And that something could be lymphoma. 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 whether your skin rash could be a sign of lymphoma. Have you ever experienced a skin rash being a sign of something else? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: Can a rash start off as one thing, but become something else? How can you tell whether a rash might be an indication of something else? Why swollen lymph nodes should be assess by your doctor What is a lipoma? Could chronic hives be a sign of cancer? Quotes “Lipomas are really, really common. They're basically little fatty lumps. They're just a little bit of extra fat tissue, it's usually just under the skin.” [16:39] “There are also a whole bunch of signs that are called paraneoplastic signs. These are things that are associated with cancer. And again, they're all pretty rare.” [2:02] 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 Follow Dr. Lio on Twitter | Facebook
We've got a righteously overstuffed episode this week as we look at three (and briefly a fourth) screen adaptations of Lousa May Alcott's Little Women. We start with the 1933 version directed by George Cukor and starring Katharine Hepburn as Jo March. Then we take a glancing blow at the 1949 adaptation before moving on to 1994's version, which was directed by Gillian Armstrong and stars Winona Ryder. Finally we wrap up with the 2019 edition, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Saoirse Ronan in the Jo March role. Each of these films has something to love, and for all the discussion there's a LOT of agreement. COMING ATTRACTIONS: In our next episode we go traveling with some Foreign Correspondents. First up is a trip to Nicaragua, with 1983's Under Fire. After that we jump to 1997 when we receive a hearty Welcome to Sarajevo. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wordsandmovies/support
1 - Chicago Marathon Wheelchair - Marcel Hug (1:18:11) Manuela Schär (1:35:21) Mens - 1. Benson Kipruto (2:09:51) Womens - 1. Diana Chemtai Kipyogei (2:24:45) 2 - Past Events October 9 Chicago 5K https://www.chicago5k.com/ Harvard Milk Days 10K, 5K run https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Harvard/MilkDays Highwood Scare Run/Walk 5K 5K run https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Highwood/ScareRun5K?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw Monster Mash 5K/10K 10K, 5K run | kids run - Geneva - https://crm.enmotive.com/monster-mash-dash-chicago-geneva Nik's Home Run 7K 7K run https://nikolasritschelfoundation.org/annual-events/ October 9 Fast and The Furriest 5K 5K run https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Homewood/FastAndTheFurriest5K?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw&remMeAttempt= Lincolnshire Community Virtual and Real 5K and Youth Sprint 5K run | kids run https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Lincolnshire/LincolnshireCommunityVirtualandReal5KRunandWalkandYouthSprint?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw Mark Bancroft Memorial Run 5K run - Aurora - https://www.raceentry.com/mark-bancroft-memorial-runwalk/race-information?affiliate=7c28459054a715e79cc5bc7d4cf7f16363470bc7 Panting for Paws 5K/10K 10K, 5K run - Crystal Lake - https://pantingforpaws.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=12560 3 - Upcoming Events October 15-17 Last Dot Standing - October 15 - 7am 48 Hour - Oct 15 - 6am 24 Hour Friday - October 15 - 6am 24 Hour Saturday - October 16 6 am https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=79984 October 16 Country Sole Half Marathon 13.1M, 10K, 5K run https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Chicago/CountrySole?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw&remMeAttempt= Lew Blond Memorial 5K 5K, 1M run | kids run Northbrook http://lewblondrun.org/ Rosehill Cemetery Crypt 5K 5K run Chicago https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Chicago/Crypt5KRunWalk?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw October 17 Beat Yesterday 5K/8K Challenge 8K, 5K run Virtual Option Geneva https://www.worthyourmile.com/beat-yesterday-5k-8k Care4 Breast Cancer 5K 5K run Virtual Option Woodstock https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Woodstock/Care4BreastCancer5KRunWalk?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw Des Plaines River Trail Races 50M, 26.2M, 13.1M trail run Vernon Hills http://www.desplainesrivertrailraces.com/ Max Solomon Lewis Memorial 5K 5K run Chicago https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Chicago/MaxSolomonLewisMemorial5k?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw Naperville Half Marathon 13.1M, 5K run Naperville (5K sold out) http://runnaperville.com/ Run with the Nuns 5K 5K trail run Virtual Option Lemont https://www.runwiththenuns.org/ October 16 Harvest Hustle 5K 5K run Niles https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Niles/NilesHarvestHustle?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw Illinois Brewery Running Series - Empirical Brewing 5K run https://breweryrunningseries.com/illinois/ Paint Edgebrook Pink 5K 5K run https://www.active.com/chicago-il/running/distance-running-races/10th-annual-paint-edgebrook-pink-5k-fun-run-and-walk-2021?afid=156210<cmp=254301<clickid=10_122646140_464fc098-57fa-4177-8c01-267d972832ca&cmp=39N-DP260-BND10-SD230-DM20&cdg=affiliate-254301 Scarecrow Scramble 5K run | kids run Virtual Option Lisle https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Lisle/ScarecrowScramble?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw St. Christopher 5K 5K run - Midlothian http://www.stchrisschool.org/5k/ October 17 Frank Lloyd Wright Races 10K, 5K run | kids run Oak Park https://www.pdop.org/events/flwraces/ Hinsdale Central Habitat for Humanity Raise the Roof 5K 5K run https://www.active.com/hinsdale-il/running/distance-running-races/hinsdale-central-habitat-for-humanity-raise-the-roof-5k-2021?afid=156210<cmp=254301<clickid=10_122648133_d34fc8d4-49a4-4125-96d7-fff46f3cb275&cmp=39N-DP260-BND10-SD230-DM20&cdg=affiliate-254301 I Am the Storm 10K, 5K run Wheaton https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Wheaton/IAmtheStorm?raceRefCode=WuSZ94iq&aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw Jaguar 5K 5K run University Park https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/UniversityPark/GovernorsStateUniversity5K?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw JJC Foundation 5K 5K run Virtual Option Joliet https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Joliet/JJCFoundation5kWalkRun?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw Run, Walk & Roll - Geneva 5K, 1M run https://p2p.onecause.com/rwrgeneva This Run's For Jack 5K 5K run Virtual Option Glen Ellyn https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/GlenEllyn/ThisRunsForJack?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw
This week on the Grappling Rewind Maine and Miranda recap Polaris 17 Craig Jones vs Davi Ramos, SUG 27, and IBJJF 2021 No-Gi Worlds. Plus we preview Subversiv 6.In the news section of the show we discuss ADCCEast Coast trials being moved to the showboat in Atlantic City New Jersey and having over 800 competitors signed up we also discussed the addition of Spectators to the event and how excited we are for it. We also previewed Grapplefest 10 taking place in November.In the recap section of the show we discussed the main event of Polaris 17 Craig Jones defeating Davi Ramos via decision after being head-butted and kicked in the face during his match we discussed the controversial restart and Craig Jones call out of Lovato. We also recapped Kendall Reusing armbar win over Venla Luukkonen for the inaugural Polaris Women's Openweight Championship.In the SUG 27 recap we discussed Mason Fowler Overtime rear naked choke submission victory over Gabriel Checco to retain his absolute title.In the recap of the 2021 ibjjf nogi worlds we discussed the mens and women's adult black belt finals. In the roosterweight we discussed Estevan Martinez rear naked choke of Roiter Lima. At Light Featherweight Bebeto Oliveira winning a close split decision over Paulo Miyao. At featherweight Diego Oliveira defeatingGabriel Sousa by advantages. At lightweight Gianni Grippo finishing Lucas Silva with a head and arm choke putting him to sleep, after a great run through the division. At middleweight Hugo Marques edging out Dante Leon by an advantage for the title. At medium heavyweight Jeferson Guaresi defeating Pedro Rocha by an advantage. At heavyweight Pedro Marinho defeating Vagner Rocha by two points, at super heavyweight Devhonte Johnson beating Joe Dierkhising by 2 points, at ultra heavy Roberto Cyborg Abreu defeating Victor Hugo in a rematch from last year by one back take. In the absolute we saw Pedro Marinho win a close decision over Cyborg.In the women's divisions we discussed the roosterweight final where Mayssa Bastos defeated Sofia Amarante by 9 points, at featherweight where Talita Alencar defeated Gabrielle McComb via on two sweeps, at lightweight where Ffion Davies defeated Hannah Sharp on points. We discussed the middleweight close out between Raquel Canuto and Nathalie Ribeiro, and our thoughts on closeouts. At medium heavyweight we talked at length about Elisabeth Clay greatguillotien over Bridget Grace for the title. At heavyweight Rafaela Guedes decision win over Maria Malyjasiak. At super heavyweight Mayara Custódio advantage win over Alison Tremblay, and in the absolute finals Rafaela Guedes points victory over Elisabeth Clay. In the preview section we discussed Subversiv 6. In the outro of the show we discussed the local grappling events in town this last weekend. Recorded 10-11-2021
Have you had that dreaded diarrhea after you start a round of antibiotics? And maybe you worry that if you take probiotics, doing so while taking the antibiotics will just “cancel them out.” You're not wrong to think this because timing is everything when it comes to taking probiotics while on antibiotics! Thanks to my recent 3-week course of antibiotics after finding a gross blood-filled tick in between my toes, I got a lot of questions about what my probiotic regimen looked like. That's why I want to answer your questions about the do's and don't's of probiotic supplementation while taking antibiotics. And offer you insight into how you can approach probiotics so that they do what they're supposed to do! Otherwise, your worst fear (that the antibiotics will kill them all) will come true and you'll potentially get stuck dealing with that dreaded antibiotic-triggered diarrhea. In this episode: Why you might need antibiotics even though you'd rather not take them How to take probiotics so that antibiotics don't “cancel them out” Foods to help support your gut flora during antibiotics Are yogurt + other fermented foods enough (or is a supplement better)? Why probiotics taken during antibiotics could be really helpful When taking probiotics with antibiotics might NOT be necessary Quotes: If you don't want your probiotic “canceled out”, take probiotic supplements 2-3 hours before or after a dose of antibiotics. Probiotics are helpful during a course of antibiotics, but so are the fibers you choose to eat during this time too!
When you think of methods to detox from mold, bile may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But, as my guest today will explain, bile can actually play a huge role in how (and if) mycotoxins are leaving your body. My guest today is Dr. Jill Crista, a naturopathic doctor, best-selling author, and internationally recognized educator on mold illness. She helps people recover their health after exposure to toxic mold. Dr. Crista is the author of Break The Mold: 5 Tools To Conquer Mold and Take Back Your Health. She also provides online training for medical practitioners to help them become Mold-Literate, to efficiently and effectively identify and treat their mold-sick patients. Join us as we discuss why you should think about bile when trying to clear mold. Has mold affected your health? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: What is bile + why is it so important for tackling mold illness? What is insoluble fiber (and how can it help)? Concerns about medications used to treat mold illness Whole foods that can bind to bile (to help you clear mycotoxins) Thoughts on the use of clay + charcoal as binders Quotes “Bile is made in the liver and then some of it is secreted into the intestine. Any excess is put in the gallbladder, and that's where it's stored until you have a really fatty meal, and then it's supposed to be secreted in response to eating fat or oils.” [2:20] “...people who are missing a gallbladder can tend to have bile dump diarrhea. They can tend to have more problems assimilating fats. They're going to have more skin expression because the skin really expresses when you're not metabolizing fat very well.” [11:54] Links Healthy Skin Show ep. 166: Mold + Histamine Connection w/ Dr. Jill Crista Find Dr. Crista online Dr. Crista's book, Break The Mold: 5 Tools To Conquer Mold and Take Back Your Health Quiz: Is Mold Affecting Your Health? Click HERE to get 10% off Dr. Jill's Practitioner Training Course Follow Dr. Crista on Facebook | Instagram Nettle Lemonade recipe Dr. Jill Crista's Find A Doc page Mold Canary Membership – an über private membership forum where those who have been affected by mold and want to work with me (but can't because my practice is full) still have access to me via my Live Q&As, How Tos, Featured lab of the month, Recipes, Notable research, and more. Mold Training Course For Medical Practitioners with Dr. Jill Crista STUDY: Foods that can bind to bile