The Ultimate Health Podcast: Wellness, Nutrition,

The Ultimate Health Podcast: Wellness, Nutrition,

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Health & wellness experts, Dr. Jesse Chappus and Marni Wasserman will teach and inspire you to reach your maximum potential. They dig deep into the most current health information. Topics include nutrition, superfoods, fitness, meditation, and spirituality. Many of the shows feature guest interviews with world-class experts in the health & wellness community. Jesse and Marni will take your health to the next level! Learn more at http://ultimatehealthpodcast.com Reach us anytime at contact@ultimatehealthpodcast.com

Episodes

137: Dr. Sylvia Tara - Visceral Fat... The Dangerous Type Of Fat • Stop Eating Carbs And Fat Together • The Gut-Fat Connection  

Dr. Sylvia Tara holds a PhD in biochemistry from the University of California at San Diego and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She's the author of The Secret Life of Fat and blogs at Science to Live By.

In this episode, we discuss:

Sylvia's story and how her body is really good at holding onto fat Why does fat stick more to some people compared to others? Bacteria can impact your waistline The functions of fat in our bodies Fat is an organ Gaining extra weight could permanently alter your metabolism Is body fat percentage a useful measurement? Women naturally store more fat then men do The 3 types of fat - brown, beige, and white fat Convert beige fat to brown fat through exercise and cold exposure Visceral fat... the dangerous type of fat Sumo wrestlers are fit but fat An easy way to test for visceral fat, at home We get fatter as we get older due to hormonal changes The gut-fat connection Change your microbiome for the better by eating more fruits and vegetables Boost your release of growth hormone with intermittent fasting How Sylvia eats throughout the day Women tie emotions to food more then men do Eating fat and carbs together will put more fat on your body Different people can have a different blood sugar response to the same food Building up your self control muscle Sylvia's message to the person out there who is struggling to maintain a healthy body weight

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136: Julie Daniluk - Hot Detox • Spark Your Digestion With Herbs & Spices • We Haven't Evolved To Eat Cold Food  

Julie Daniluk is a nutritionist and the author of the award-winning bestseller, Meals That Heal Inflammation. She's also written Slimming Meals That Heal and her brand new book, Hot Detox.

Julie's appeared on hundreds of TV and radio shows including The Dr. Oz Show and she's a resident expert for The Marilyn Denis Show.

In this episode, we discuss:

The essence of Hot Detox The warming and cooling qualities of foods Address your gut health first How to asses the current state of your gut health Do you have leaky gut? The link between pesticides and ADHD Optimizing your gut health and maintaining it Soup + smoothie = soupie Should you detox and cleanse with cold foods? How to warm up a salad Spark your digestion with herbs and spices Stick to ceylon cinnamon The three Ayurvedic dosha types - Vata, Pitta, & Kapha Stop overcooking your meals How to water sauté Oils that can stand high heat for cooking Bitter herbs and sour foods are great for digestion Is cayenne pepper good for you? Blending Ayurveda with Traditional Chinese Medicine Is the raw food diet right for you? Does our digestive fire naturally diminish as we age? The words cleanse and detox are being overused and watered down We haven't evolved to eat cold food March is the perfect time to cleanse and detoxify Sauerkraut... a great source of vitamin C Power your brain with MCT oil The role of your lymphatic system and how to care for it Lymph brushing and lymph massage Hot and cold therapy and Julie's love for infrared saunas A traditional sauna vs. an infrared sauna Enhance your sauna experience... pre, during, & post Julie's morning routine (version 2.0) Upgrade your oral health with tongue scraping and oil pulling Alkalize your body with pranayama breathing Incorporate digestive bitters before your meals

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Raw Elements

135: The 6 Pillars of Health 2.0  

The 6 pillars of health make up the foundation of our healthy routine - water, nutrition, sleep, exercise, mental health, and community.

Over two years ago we released our original "The 6 Pillars of Health" episode... things have evolved so much since then. Today we're sharing our updated version of The 6 Pillars of Health (version 2.0).

Master these 6 pillars and you'll have a solid foundation for your healthy routine.

In this episode, we discuss:

Harvesting your own spring water You should definitely invest in a shower filter Coffee and tea can lead to dehydration Over consuming water while you eat is bad for your digestion A starting point for how much water you should drink in a day Just eat real food - JERF We're fans of high quality fat Experimenting with new leafy greens Processed foods vs. packaged foods Fermented foods boost your gut health 4 supplements we should all consider Wild foods and sea vegetables Medicinal mushrooms and health promoting herbs Sleep impacts everything Improve your sleep by addressing your senses The importance of going to bed and waking at the same time each day... even on weekends Find an exercise you LOVE and do that Move your body throughout the day It's possible to overexercise, especially if you're burnt out Get specific with your fitness goals Meditation made easy Slow down AND stop feeling guilty about it Clean up your external environment to free up your mind Spending quality time with loved ones You become like the 5 people you surround yourself with

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134: Dr. Sanjiv Chopra - Coffee, Exercise, Vitamin D, Nuts & Meditation... The Big Five  

Dr. Sanjiv Chopra is a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. He's a best selling author and a sought after motivational speaker throughout the United States and abroad. Sanjiv has written a number of books including his joint memoir with his brother Deepak Chopra called Brotherhood and The Big Five which is the subject of today's interview.

In this episode, we discuss:

Yes, coffee is good for you! How to lengthen your telomeres The dark side of coffee Sanjiv's recommendation of how much coffee you should drink in a day Is tea a healthy beverage, too? Sanjiv's opinion on Bulletproof Coffee Quality coffee vs. Dunkin' Donut's coffee What to do if you can't drink coffee Exercise is the best drug Don't underestimate walking What we know about vitamin D Vitamin D supplementation - dosages Food sources of vitamin D... how beneficial are they? Why nuts are so good for you Totally avoid artificial sweeteners Sanjiv's meditation routine An easy way to remember The Big Five A friend is a gift you give to yourself A nightly affirmation that will change your life within a couple of months You're the master of your destiny and happiness

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Sunwarrior

133: Dr. Dom D'Agostino - Understanding The Ketogenic Diet And Ketones  

Dr. Dominic D’Agostino serves as an assistant professor at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology. His research interests are in neuropharmacology, medical biochemistry, cell metabolism, and signaling. Dom is a pioneering developer of ketone esters and ketone salts.

In this episode, we discuss:

Dom's early experiences with the ketogenic diet and exogenous ketones What is the ketogenic diet? The ketogenic diet provides anti-seizure effects in people with epilepsy The modified Atkins diet Too much protein will keep you out of ketosis Dom's dietary sources of fat MCT oil, ketone mineral salts, and ketone esters Ketone bodies... beta-hydroxybutyrate & acetoacetate Exogenous ketones and glucose in the body, together... a new phenomenon Babies are born obese and in ketosis Athletes get into ketosis, all the time Ketogenic intermittent fasting Ketosis vs. diabetic ketoacidosis Alcoholic ketoacidosis Type 1 diabetics might require less insulin when on a modified Atkins diet The impact of exogenous ketones on the kidneys and liver Exogenous ketones have been shown to reduce anxiety behaviour in rats Two things Dom does every morning Making space for creative down time

Related links:

Pruvit - KETO//OS exogenous ketones*

Raw Elements

132: Ryan Nicodemus - The Minimalists • Gift Giving... The Healthy Way • Give Yourself A Pay Raise By Spending Less  

Ryan Nicodemus is the more social half of The Minimalists and his deepest passion is mentoring other people.

After making it in the corporate world, he was living the American Dream... until he got laid off. This ended up being one of the best things that ever happened to Ryan.

A packing party in 2010 began his minimalist journey.

The Minimalists help people live more meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and documentary. They've been featured on: ABC, New York Times, TIME, and many more.

In this episode, we discuss:

What is minimalism? Ryan's journey into the minimalist lifestyle Getting rid of your stuff doesn't make you happy, automatically The origin story of The Minimalists Your identity can get wrapped up in your stuff The just incase rule The memories are not in things, they are inside of us Holding on to too much stuff dilutes the meaning of everything Why your life may be better with less stuff Give yourself a pay raise by spending less The more debt we have, the less time we have Living off a barista's salary The average American sees around 5000 advertisements a day Gift giving... the healthy way Presence is the best present Living more minimalistic... how to get started Deciding what to keep and what to part with The dangerous side of organizing Love people and use things because the opposite never works The importance of daily exercise Spending your time with the right people

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131: James Altucher - It's Time To Choose Yourself • Exercise Your Idea Muscle • The Power Of No  

James Altucher is a successful entrepreneur, chess master, investor, and writer.

He’s been inspiring people both in person through hundreds of events and through weekly Q&A Twitter sessions by speaking on topics including stress, fear, anxiety, money, and relationships.

James’ writing has appeared in most major national media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, ABC, Elephant Journal, Tech Crunch, Forbes, and CNBC. His blog, The Altucher Confidential, has attracted more than 10 million readers since its launch in 2010 and he hosts The James Altucher Show, a popular podcast. James is the author of eighteen books, including the motivational bestseller Choose Yourself.

In this episode, we discuss:

James' upcoming book - Reinvent Yourself People judge books by their covers Don't ride the wave of your success, continue to reinvent yourself Deeply connecting with people through authenticity It's time to choose yourself Can we all choose ourselves, is there enough room? The Daily Practice - Maintaining your four bodies… physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual A simple way to exercise your idea muscle Eating, moving, and sleeping are the keys to maintaining your physical health Jame's morning routine (part of it) Choose who you spend your time with wisely James' love for TV and what he's watching right now Stop resisting Netflix Stop time travelling (anxiety and regret)... be more present Difficult gratitude problems The only thing that actually counts is doing You don't have to be productive all the time, you just need to live all the time Social media may be beneficial for introverts Embrace your comfort zone... too Think twice before you say "yes" Warren Buffet's 5/25 Rule Living as an extreme minimalist

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Raw Elements

130: Sandor Katz - Wild Fermentation • Probiotic Supplements vs. Fermented Foods • Ferment At Home  

Sandor Katz is a fermentation revivalist.

His passion for fermentation grew out of his overlapping interests in cooking, nutrition and gardening. Sandor's fermenting journey began by making a batch of sauerkraut and he's since earned the nickname Sandorkraut.

He's taught hundreds of food workshops around the United States and his book Wild Fermentation has been called a classic. Sandor's latest book, The Art of Fermentation, received a James Beard award and was a finalist at the International Association of Culinary Professionals.

In this episode, we discuss:

Sandor's first exposure to fermented foods Overcoming the fear of fermenting your own foods at home Fermentation makes vegetables safer than when they are raw Fermentation and various other ways of preserving foods If you buy fermented foods make sure they are labelled raw or unpasteurized The health benefits of consuming fermented foods Peeking while a food is fermenting will not interrupt the process How does consuming a probiotic supplement compare to consuming a fermented food? Should you ever cook fermented foods? Using different sugars for different fermented beverages Stevia doesn't work as a sweetener for fermenting Store bought vs. home brewed kombucha The second fermentation is the secret to carbonation What are the best vegetables to ferment besides cabbage? How and when to make a basic brine How to keep your ferments from becoming moldy How to make a vegan kimchi (without fish sauce) Aim to eat diversely

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129: Dr. Frank Lipman - The Truth About Getting Old • Finding Passion And Meaning In Your Life (You Don't Need To Quit Your Job)  

Dr. Frank Lipman is a New York Times bestselling author and a pioneer and internationally recognized expert in the fields of Integrative and Functional Medicine. He's the founder and director of Eleven-Eleven Wellness Center in New York City. Dr. Lipman practices "Good Medicine," a unique approach combining western and alternative medicine. He's helped thousands of people reclaim their vitality and recover their zest for life.

In this episode, we discuss:

The truth about getting old Growing up in South Africa during apartheid Getting turned on to alternative medicine by traditional healers in South Africa The power of belief or placebo effect "Good Medicine," a combination of both western and alternative medicine Dr. Lipman becoming pre-diabetic by eating too much fruit and grains Stop fearing healthy fats and calories The majority of people thrive on a low carb diet The blood sugar rollercoater... get off this ride When you don't know what's going on, treat the gut The majority of your serotonin (happy neurotransmitter) is made in your gut, not your brain Testing and healing the gut (the four R's) Inflammation is at the root of most diseases How sleep is like taking out the trash for your brain Why do most people neglect sleep? Slow down and start meditating The stress threshold The easiest way to start meditating Finding passion and meaning in your life (you don't need to quit your job) Dr. Lipman's morning routine... a good day and a bad day Learning to control your mind

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128: Nancy Levin - Worthy • 5 Powerful Financial Decisions • Who's Holding The Purse Strings?  

Nancy Levin is the bestselling author of Worthy, Jump … And Your Life Will Appear, and Writing For My Life. She’s a Master Integrative Life Coach who works with clients privately and in groups, helping people live in alignment with their own truth and desires.

Nancy was the Event Director at Hay House for 12 years and hosts her own weekly call-in radio show Jump Start Your Life on Hay House Radio.

In this episode, we discuss:

The inspiration of Nancy's latest book, Worthy At the core of all limiting beliefs is the belief "I'm not worthy" Financial freedom vs. financial ease Self-worth is innate inside each of us Head in the sand syndrome Most of us didn't have a proper education about money, growing up Pattern interrupt - take a risk or chance and course correct as you go Power and control of money... who is holding the purse strings? Excuses around money are just well packaged resistance What we resist, persists 5 powerful financial decisions Are you planting frozen vegetables expecting them to grow? Nobody is immune to feeling stressed out about money How to achieve what you desire The more you give, the more you get

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127: Dr. Leo Galland - The Allergy Solution • The Stress-Allergy Connection • Peanut Allergies In Kids  

Dr. Leo Galland is internationally recognized as a world leader in integrated medicine and a founder of Functional Medicine.

Educated at Harvard University and the NYU School of Medicine, he won the Linus Pauling Award for his trailblazing vision that created a bold new way to practice medicine for thousands of doctors.

Dr. Galland has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, on the Dr. Oz Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, PBS, CNN, and Fox.

The past spring he released a new book titled The Allergy Solution.

In this episode, we discuss:

Why have we become so allergic? The majority of people in the US today will have an allergic reaction in their lifetime Automotive pollution is a major factor contributing to our allergy epidemic The relationship between formaldehyde and allergies Allergies start in your stomach A healthy microbiome has a high level of diversity Anti-plaque toothpastes may still contain triclosan Eating fast food three times a week increases your risk of developing allergies Your diet is essential to having a diverse microbiome Having outdoor pets leads to a significant reduction in allergies An immune deficiency allows the allergic reactions to become overactive The link between stress and allergies Allergy means altered reactivity An allergic reaction can produce almost any symptom 30-40 years ago... it was easier to lose weight and harder to gain weight If you have allergies you're more likely to become overweight AND if you're overweight you're more likely to develop allergies Two factors that can increase a child's risk of developing a peanut allergy

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Raw Elements

126: Jimmy Moore - The Ketogenic Diet & The Health Benefits Of Being In Ketosis • Fasting 101  

Jimmy Moore shed 180 pounds, shrunk his waist by 20 inches, and dropped his shirt size from 5XL to XL in a year by following the Atkins diet.

He is now following a ketogenic diet and is dedicated to helping as many people as possible find the information they need to make healthy lifestyle changes.

Jimmy spreads his message though a number of podcasts he hosts/cohosts, his blog, and his YouTube videos. He has a new book, The Complete Guide to Fasting.

In this episode, we discuss:

What is fasting? The health benefits of fasting Intermittent fasting is exploding in the health world As humans, fasting is part of our history Jimmy's first fasting experience How to exercise during a fast Two ways to heal insulin resistance Myth - fasting makes you burn muscle Fasting doesn't deprive your body of nutrients Fasting won't result in overeating Your first meal after a fast How fasting impacts your metabolism during and after a fast Who should not fast, who needs to fast, and who should do it with medical supervision? How to make fasting a (relatively) pleasant experience Jimmy's diet evolution Losing 180 pounds on the Atkins diet Look at health gain over weight loss The ketogenic diet Your body can convert protein to sugar The health benefits of being in ketosis Exogenous ketones and mct oil Is ketosis right and safe for everyone? Saturated fat is so incredibly healthy for you What Jimmy currently eats in a day The importance of managing your stress What drives Jimmy Moore?

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Buy KETO//OS exogenous ketones (US/Canada)*

Sunwarrior

125: Robyn Youkilis - Next Level Chewing, Breathing, & Pooping  

Robyn Youkilis is a certified wellness expert, TV personality, and #1 bestselling author who's been featured by The Cooking Channel, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, & CBS News. Her first book, Go with Your Gut was released early this year.

In this episode, we discuss:

Robyn's rocky relationship with food, growing up Breaking the vicious cycle of dieting Chewing your food has the power to change everything How to make proper chewing a lasting habit Making eating a mindful practice Robyn's morning hydration strategy How to upgrade your water... it doesn't have to be boring Does coffee and tea count for our water intake for the day? Pooping 101 Fermented foods for healthy bowel movements The perfect pooping position What's the deal with bloating? Fat soothes the digestive system Cravings aren't the enemy Food was never supposed to be cheap Stop zapping the fun out of your life, start scheduling it in Robyn's morning routine before and after her baby

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Raw Elements

124: Dr. Jill Carnahan - Toxic Mold • The Gut-Mind Connection • SIBO 101  

Dr. Jill Carnahan is your functional medicine expert. She uses functional medicine to help you find answers to the cause of your illness and the nutritional and biochemical imbalances that may be making you feel ill.

Jill is also 10-year survivor of breast cancer and Crohn’s disease and she's passionate about teaching patients how to “live well” and thrive in the midst of complex and chronic illness.

Jill is a prolific writer, speaker, and loves to infuse others with her passion for health & healing.

In this episode, we discuss:

Jill's battle with breast cancer and Crohn's disease The Specific Carbohydrate Diet Combining conventional and alternative therapies The importance of a solid support system during challenging times Keys to a happy relationship You can (and will) change your gut microbiome with the food you eat Fear, anxiety, and what you think of yourself effect your body and your immune system The gut-mind connection Jill's experience with mold exposure Mold toxicity effects different people... differently Indoor molds are so much more toxic these days What to do after being exposed to mold Signs and symptoms of mold toxicity Testing your body and home for mold toxicity SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) 101

Related links:

Marni's recent blog post - Ketones for Energy, Focus & Well Being

Pruvit - KETO//OS exogenous ketones (US/Canada)*

Sunwarrior

123: Jonathan Fields - How To Live A Good Life • Breakthroughs Require Uncertainty • Money And Happiness Are Byproducts, Not The Goal  

Jonathan Fields inspires possibility.

He's a dad, husband, serial entrepreneur, growth strategist, and award-winning author.

Jonathan runs mission-driven media and education venture, Good Life Project, where he and his team lead a global community in the quest to live more meaningful, connected, and vital lives.

Good Life Project is a top-rated podcast and video-series with millions of listens and views in more than 150 countries, where Jonathan regularly shares conversations with the world’s leading voices like Sir Ken Robinson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Milton Glaser, Brene Brown, Gretchen Rubin, and hundreds more.

When not building ventures, writing, and producing, Jonathan can be found dancing around his living room with his wife and daughter, listening to “real music."

In this episode, we discuss:

How "How to Live a Good Life" differs from his previous books Blending being an artist and entrepreneur What is Good Life Project and what makes it so successful? Jonathan's wake up call during his depleted lawyer phase There are no breakthroughs without uncertainty Don't aim for work life balance, aim for work life blend Your three buckets... connection, contribution, and vitality How do you know what bucket to fill first? The bucket that needs filling isn't always obvious You're only as strong as your least full bucket When all 3 buckets are dry, get quality sleep Jonathan's sleep strategies Reset your body in nature A sense of belonging is essential for survival Relationships require both give and take Give to glow The practice of saying "no" Money and happiness are byproducts, not the goal Being intentional

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Sunwarrior

122: Dr. Kara Fitzgerald - Stress Is Destroying Your Health • Methylation 101 • Farmed vs. Wild-Caught Fish  

Dr. Kara Fitzgerald is a naturopathic doctor and is an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner. She is also on faculty at the Institute for Functional Medicine. Kara completed a post-doctorate position in nutritional biochemistry and laboratory science.

Kara is the lead author of both Case Studies in Integrative and Functional Medicine and Methylation Diet and Lifestyle. She has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals.

In this episode, we discuss:

Kara's prior health challenge and recovery Kara Fitzgerald... the early years Functional medicine and when Kara was first introduced to it Methylation 101 The negative consequences of stress on your health Your gut, skin, and oral microbiomes Your oral microbiome is arguably as important as your gut microbiome Caring for your skin microbiome Applying probiotics topically?!? Allergies, food sensitivities, and food intolerances Seasonal allergies All allergies are on the rise, in all populations Not all farmed fish are bad

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Sunwarrior

121: Dr. Neal Barnard - Power Foods For The Brain (minicast)  

On today's minicast, we are speaking with Neal Barnard MD at the first annual VegFest Windsor. We dig deep into power foods for the brain.

Dr. Barnard is a clinical researcher and author and he's one of America's leading advocates for health, nutrition, and higher standards in research. Dr. Barnard is the founder and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

In this episode, we discuss:

Power foods for the brain What is bad for your heart is bad for your brain Saturated fat negatively impacts your heart Vitamin E can help decrease your risk of Alzheimer's by about 50% Blueberries help boost your memory Consuming colourful fruits and veggies for antioxidants Why cheese is so addictive The importance of a quality social life and exercise Music triggers dopamine release Greasy foods slow your conversion of ALA to DHA Eating for colour The importance of quality cookware The brains of people with Alzheimer's often contain aluminum Your memory and emotional control are influenced by poor sleep Dr. Barnard's #1 sleep tip

Related links:

Dr. Neal Barnard on PCRM

Dr. Neal Barnard - Power Foods for the Brain (book)*

VegFest Windsor

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120: Dr. Terry Wahls - How To Fuel Your Mitochondria • Organ Meats For Beginners • MCT Oil And Exogenous Ketones  

Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa and a staff physician at the Iowa City Veterans Affairs Hospital.

Dr. Wahls is also a patient with a chronic progressive neurological disorder, secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years. But thanks to the power of the Wahls Protocol™, which is based on functional medicine and the Wahls Paleo™ diet, Dr. Wahls restored her health and now pedals her bike five miles to work each day.

In this episode, we discuss:

Dr. Wahls' battle with multiple sclerosis Has Dr. Wahls overcome MS? What is MS? Was the vegetarian diet a factor in Dr. Wahls' health decline? The evolution of your mitochondria How to fuel your mitochondria The three levels of the Wahls Diet It's time to stop eating gluten, dairy and eggs Is MSM a good source of sulfur? Does red meat contain nutrients not found in chicken and fish? Ways of including seaweed into your diet Organ meats for beginners Is the ketogenic diet for everyone? MCT oil and exogenous ketones Feeding your microbiome with carbohydrates Using electrical stimulation of muscles to accelerate the benefits of exercise We need stress in our lives

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Sunwarrior

119: Dr. Amy Myers - The Thyroid Connection •  The Impact of Goitrogens •  Hyper vs Hypothyroidism  

Dr. Amy Myers is a renowned leader in functional medicine and a New York Times bestselling author of The Autoimmune Solution. She received her Doctorate in Medicine from LSU Health Sciences Center and spent 5 years working in emergency medicine before training with the Institute of Functional Medicine. Amy has helped thousands around the world recover from chronic illness through her dietary-based program, The Myers Way®.

Today's interview is focused on the thyroid, the topic of her new book, The Thyroid Connection.

In this episode, we discuss:

Before Amy was a thyroid doc, she was a thyroid patient Your thyroid regulates every cell in your body Hypothyroidism vs. hyperthyroidism The lab work Amy recommends for anyone suspecting they may have thyroid dysfunction If your conventional doctor says your thyroid is ok... they may be wrong What is functional medicine? The impact of stress on your thyroid gland Ways to combat psychological stress How infections can negatively impact your thyroid There isn't a great way to test your iodine level Two ways gluten can cause thyroid dysfunction The diet that supports a healthy thyroid gland Most people are vitamin D deficient The impact of goitrogens on your thyroid Amy's healthy morning routine

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CoreChair

118: Yuri Elkaim - The All-Day Energy Diet • Sugar, Gluten, & Caffeine Are Draining You • Exercising For Energy  

Yuri Elkaim is a nutrition, fitness, and fat loss expert and a two-time NY Times bestselling author of The All-Day Energy Diet and The All-Day Fat Burning Diet. He's a former professional soccer player turned health crusader. Yuri helps people achieve breakthrough results when it comes to having more energy and losing weight, even if you feel like you've already tried everything.

In this episode, we discuss:

Yuri's health crisis that shook him in his teens If you are chronically tired, something inside you isn't working properly The big things that are zapping your energy A simple at home test for your adrenal glands You should assume you're allergic to gluten How gluten can lead to thyroid dysfunction Sugar robs your energy Caffeine masks what is really happening in your body How to naturally rebuild your adrenal glands Food first, supplements second Having a handful of healthy go-to recipes for you and your family Acid vs. alkaline foods Exercising for energy Simple bodyweight exercises you can do at home Stress is nothing more than the meaning you give to a particular situation You can't be stressed when you're in a state of gratitude Strategies for the ultimate sleep Yuri's morning routine

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Sunwarrior

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