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Education can have a multitude of powerful impacts on children and their outcomes. It can even have lasting positive impacts on health by providing better resources, knowledge, and better social skills. While many can benefit from the traditional approach to education, our one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t serve those who have different learning styles and preferences. Today’s guest, Prince Ea, is passionate about the power of education and transforming our model of schooling into one that is centered around creativity and individuality. He is filmmaker, speaker, creator, and a fellow St. Louis native. His inspirational and thought-provoking content has motivated millions of folks across the world, sharing about topics like self-development, education, living authentically, and finding joy in your life. In this interview, we’re diving into conversations on the education system in the US, what it means to be intelligent, and what the purpose of schooling should be. You’re going to learn about how to tap into original thoughts, how to find purpose and happiness in work, and so much more. I’m excited and honored to share this conversation with you. In this episode you’ll discover: How Prince Ea’s relationship with education transformed. The role hip hop played in teaching Prince Ea to love learning. What the root of the word educate is. The difference between having a learning disability and learning differently. What it means to think freely, and how to get in tune with original thoughts. A correlation between our education system and our medical system. How exposure to information can change your life. Why most heart attacks occur on a Monday. The problem with work culture in the US. Seven categories of health. The importance of experiencing joy in your career. How to cope with negative thoughts. The connection between social media and divisiveness. How your language creates your reality. The power of taking responsibility for your health. How living authentically can change your life. Items mentioned in this episode include: Ettitude.com/model -- Use the coupon code model15 for 15% off organic bedding!  Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Polishing the Mirror by Ram Dass Be Here Now by Ram Dass The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle Connect with Prince Ea Website / YouTube / Facebook / Instagram  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
Puberty is an important part of human growth and development, but what happens when it occurs too soon? Early onset puberty is defined as a child undergoing the developmental changes of puberty earlier than normal. While this was once a rare occurrence, rates of early-onset puberty more than doubled during the pandemic. On this episode of The Model Health Show, we’re diving into one of the epidemics plaguing our youth: early-onset puberty. You’re going to learn some of the contributing factors of early puberty, the long-term ramifications of undergoing puberty at a young age, plus action steps you can take to protect your children from this condition. Poor statistics relating to our health isn’t something we just have to accept, especially when it comes to our children. My hope is that this episode will arm you with the information and empowerment you need to implement changes in your own home. As always, change starts with us. In this episode you’ll discover: How rates of early onset puberty in girls surged during the pandemic. The relationship between our circadian timing and puberty. How early onset puberty increases rates of breast cancer and heart disease. The connection between early puberty and disordered eating. What puberty actually is, and why it’s starting earlier. Why side effect is a misnomer. Symptoms of early onset puberty in boys and girls. The link between obesity and early onset puberty. How obesity rates in children have risen over recent years. The connection between the microbiome and likelihood of obesity. What percentage of the average American’s diet is comprised of ultra-processed foods. How much sugar the average American consumes every year. What insulin resistance is, and how it can occur over time. The definition of xenoestrogens. How to choose healthier personal care products for your family. The connection between toxic stress and early onset puberty. Which demographic is most impacted by early puberty. How to create healthier relationships with our devices. The relationship between screen time, circadian disruptions, and puberty. Simple ways to protect your children against obesity and early onset puberty. The importance of building movement into your family culture. Items mentioned in this episode include: Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 30% sitewide through 11/29! Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! The History of Sugar – Episode 222 Estrogen Dominance – Episode 148 Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript   
There are so many factors that determine our sleep quality: movement during the day, exposure to natural and ambient lighting, and even our relationships. For some folks, it might be sleepless nights with a newborn or toddler, and for others it could be a partner on different sleep schedules. But the good news is, you aren’t entirely powerless when it comes to creating routines and structure for your family. On today’s show, you’re going to hear my interview on the Dhru Purohit Podcast. In this interview, I’m sharing about sleep routines and preferences within my own relationship and family, and how to find balance. I’m also sharing some of the best scientifically proven sleep tips, including optimizing light exposure, temperature, and supplements. Dhru asked some excellent, thought-provoking questions on topics like common sleep misconceptions, little-known habits that can decrease your sleep quality, and how to actually create realistic habits that stick. I hope you get a ton of value out of this episode and can implement sleep habits that will improve your life. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: What the suprachiasmatic nucleus is, and how its exposures impact sleep quality. How many Americans are regularly sleep-deprived. Tips for minimizing your blue light exposure. How to realistically set a screen curfew (& what to do instead of scrolling!) The importance of blocking out ambient light at night. What to do if you and your partner have different sleep schedules. How your body temperature can impact your sleep. The importance of getting natural light exposure in the morning. The relationship between cortisol and melatonin. What time of the day to exercise to improve sleep quality. Realistic ways to change your habits. How to create healthy sleep routines for babies and children. What effects vitamin C can have on your sleep quality. Real food sources of magnesium, and why it matters. The power of creating healthier citizens in our society. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! PiqueLife.com/model -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 10% off! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 25% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Sleep Smarter The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz Dhru Purohit Podcast Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
The immune system is one of the most powerful, complex systems in your body. Its critical role is to protect the body from harmful invaders like viruses and bacteria. An autoimmune disease occurs when the immune system misfires, attacking the very cells it is intended to protect. The range of autoimmune diseases is vast, and they can affect different organs and systems in the body. Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a progressive autoimmune disease that attacks the body’s central nervous system. In severe cases, MS can cause debilitating symptoms such as blindness, paralysis, and neurodegeneration. Today’s guest, Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine, a clinical researcher, speaker, and bestselling author. She is also a patient with a diagnosis of secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. Dr. Wahls has an incredible story of alleviating MS symptoms, regaining mobility, and helping others with progressive diagnoses and autoimmune diseases. On this episode, she’s sharing her personal story plus tons of information about autoimmunity, mitochondria, nutritional changes for restoring your health, and so much more. Grateful and excited to share this conversation with Dr. Terry Wahls! In this episode you’ll discover: How many Americans have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. What multiple sclerosis is. The wide variety of symptoms that can be caused by MS. How changing her diet improved Dr. Wahls’ health. The role mitochondria play in progressive diseases. Three factors that contribute to the development of autoimmune diseases. How environmental factors can increase your risk for autoimmunity. Why diet is an important factor in immune function. The one lifestyle change that radically improved Dr. Wahls’ disease progression. An important connection between the microbiome, gut health, and immunity. What mitochondrial dysfunction is. How environmental toxins and factors can lead to mitochondrial damage. Specific foods to include to prevent or alleviate autoimmune symptoms.  The three main foods that can be a trigger for autoimmune disease. How to incorporate organ meats (& their benefits!) Why loneliness & lack of connection are major disease contributors. An empowering way to think about a diagnosis. Why health is a nonstop journey. Details about Dr. Wahls’ upcoming clinical trial for MS patients. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model -- Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! PaleoValley.com/model  -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 15% off! Clinical Trial Screening – The Efficacy of Diet on Quality of Life in MS -- Take the survey! The Wahls Protocol by Dr. Terry Wahls The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life by Dr. Terry Wahls Connect with Dr. Terry Wahls Website / Facebook / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
Developing healthy habits and routines often comes down to self-love. Because when you truly care for yourself, it’s often reflected in the way you eat, move, sleep, and think. Today’s guest, Zachary Levi, is here to share his personal journey of learning to accept himself, heal from trauma, and pursue a fulfilling and meaningful life. Zachary Levi is a critically acclaimed actor, dancer, singer, and the author of the bestselling book, Radical Love. He is an advocate for mental health, and in Radical Love, he details his intensive life-saving therapy and the valuable lessons and insights that changed his life. In this interview, we’re diving deep into topics like self-love, how social media and technology impact our mental health, and how to understand and accept trauma. We’re going to talk about accountability, forgiveness, and so much more. When we build self-love and self-acceptance, we’re better able to extend that to others and I hope that’s what you’ll gain from this episode. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: How epigenetic controllers from your environment can dictate your outcomes. What’s at the core of poor physical health. How trauma can impact our performance. Why the concept of love is so misunderstood in our society. The impact of practicing self-love. How working on yourself can lead to better opportunities. Why ego is a survival mechanism. How simplicity and connection contribute to true happiness. The importance of being able to step outside of your thoughts. The power of vulnerability. What it means to radically understand and forgive others. The definition of radical love.  How our bipartisan political model keeps us divided. The importance of holding people, companies, and industries accountable. Pros and cons of social media on our mental health. How to stop comparing yourself & how to tap into your inner self. Zachary’s experience playing Kurt Warner in American Underdog. The power of prayer and meditation. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! DrinkLMNT.com/model -- Get a FREE sample pack for the cost of shipping! Radical Love by Zachary Levi American Underdog Connect with Zachary Levi Twitter / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela Learning is a critical part of life, and it’s also been an indispensable theme throughout my career. The more I’ve learned, the more I’ve been able to evolve my perspective, grow as a person, and share with the world. As I celebrate two decades working in the health space, I want to reflect on the most influential lessons that I’ve learned along the way. On this episode, I’m excited to celebrate 20 years working in health and wellness by sharing 20 powerful, eye-opening, transformative lessons I’ve learned throughout my career. Of course, we will cover the basic principles of wellness like the power of nutrition, movement, and sleep. But we’re also going to dive into topics like the power of relationships and lifelong learning, our synchronicity with the environment, and defining what true health actually is. My hope is that these lessons resonate with you and align with my mission of helping you become more empowered in your ability to affect change. Thank you for joining me on this journey, and I look forward in learning even more together moving forward. I hope you enjoy this special milestone episode of The Model Health Show! In this episode you’ll discover: Why nutrition is a critical, often overlooked component of medicine. What percentage of the average American’s diet is comprised of ultra-processed foods. Two major processes in the body that are driven by exercise. How the body’s lymphatic system works. The impacts sleep debt has on insulin sensitivity. Why a poor night’s sleep can lead to poor decision-making. The number one driving force of the human psyche. How instinctive elaboration works, and how to use it to your advantage. The power of having healthy, encouraging relationships. Why the journey to health is not a straight line. The problem with a profit-based healthcare system. How many people are killed every year by poor diet. The connection between stress and poor health. Why true health is not a destination. The importance of recognizing your biases. How your mind influences your health. What it means to be the author of your life story. The power of lifelong learning. How we are impacted by circadian rhythms. The value of tapping into your unique voice. Items mentioned in this episode include: LailaAli.com/model -- Get a free Holiday Cookbook when you buy all 6 Spice Blends! PaleoValley.com/model  -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 15% off! Sleep Smarter Emotional Intelligence & Altered Traits with Dr. Daniel Goleman – Episode 237 Emotional Intelligence by Dr. Daniel Goleman Get Better Skin & a Smarter Metabolism with Dr. Cate Shanahan – Episode 565 Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
There’s not one area of our life that isn’t impacted by our health and well-being. Becoming a healthier version of yourself ripples into every part of your life, including your relationships, your career, and your overall happiness. On today’s show, you’re going to learn about how increasing your physical resilience can impact your mental health and improve every aspect of your life.  Today’s guest is country music singer-songwriter, Brett Eldredge. Brett is here to share how focusing on his health enhances his performance, songwriting, and creativity. You’ll also hear his personal journey of coping with anxiety and panic attacks, and tools he uses to keep his mind in check.  This interview contains important conversations on taking control of your mind and focus, and the importance of finding your voice. You’ll learn about setting boundaries with social media, the difficulties that come with following your passion, and so much more. I hope you enjoy this episode with the one and only, Brett Eldredge!  In this episode you’ll discover: What inspired Brett to start taking his health seriously. Brett’s favorite health tools and routines.  The benefits of cold water immersion.  How creating structure can help ease anxiety. The importance of recognizing self-induced pressure. Brett’s experience setting boundaries with social media.  The value in taking control of your time.  How building physical resilience creates mental resilience. What it means to redefine success.  The meaning behind Brett’s song, “Sunday Drive.”  Why discomfort is part of following your passion. The importance of finding your unique voice.  Items mentioned in this episode include: LailaAli.com/model - Use code MODEL for 10% off spice blends!  Onnit.com/model - Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Connect with Brett Eldredge Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
The English language provides many examples of the communication system between the brain and the gut: a pit in your stomach, butterflies in your stomach, and gut feelings are all expressions we accept as standard. But beyond expressions, there’s a very real connection between our feelings and our biology. Because our brain and our enteric nervous system have a complex communication network, an imbalance in gut bacteria can lead to emotional stress and vice versa. Dr. Emeran Mayer is a world-renowned gastroenterologist and neuroscientist with over 40 years of experience studying the complex and bidirectional relationship of the brain and the gut. He has published over 400 peer-reviewed scientific articles, written two bestselling books, and is a leading expert on all things gut and microbiome. On today’s show, he’s sharing the fascinating science on the relationship between our gut and our feelings. This interview contains conversations on how the brain and gut communicate, including how the gut responds to stress. You’ll learn about the interesting way microbes respond to diet changes, and how human cells and microbial cells differ when it comes to adaptation. Dr. Mayer is sharing the latest science on gut health, as well as realistic tips you can use to improve your microbial health, extend your lifespan, and support your gut for years to come. In this episode you’ll discover: The evolution of the human gut. How the brain and gut communicate.  Why the body empties the gut in a fight or flight situation. The role stress plays in infections like H. pylori. Why overuse of antibiotics is harmful to young children. How mindfulness and meditation can impact your genes. What a healthy lifestyle network is, and why it contributes to longevity. Two behaviors that influence healthy gene expression. Why our microbes can adapt quickly to diet changes. How changes in technology and lifestyle have created a genetic mismatch. The connection between hormones and microbes. How corporate interests can block important research. What it means to have gut feelings. The importance of considering biases and trauma when making a gut decision. Why focusing on microbial health disproves most fad diets. The fascinating science of prenatal microbial development. How to change the health of your microbiome. The importance of consuming short-chain fatty acids. How stress and fear affect the microbiome. The potential harm of colonoscopies, & the best way to reduce your risk of colon cancer. Items mentioned in this episode include: PiqueLife.com/model -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 10% off! Ettitude.com/model -- Use the coupon code model15 for 15% off organic bedding!  The Mind-Gut Connection by Dr. Emeran Mayer The Gut-Immune Connection by Dr. Emeran Mayer Connect with Dr. Emeran Mayer Website / Facebook / Instagram  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
Because life is full of ups and downs, from time to time we all need a change of perspective, inspiration, and a reminder of how powerful we are to affect change. Personally, when I find myself in need of wisdom, guidance, and a general mindset shift, one of the first people I turn to is Dr. Michael Beckwith. Dr. Beckwith is one of the most sought-after meditation teachers, speakers, and thought leaders. On this special compilation episode, I’m bringing you two of my favorite interviews with Dr. Michael Beckwith. You’re going to hear about topics like setting an intention for your life, how to create lasting change, and upgrading your mindset. This episode is about tapping into your personal power to create better results, how upgrading your awareness can change your life, and how to improve your results by simply changing the questions you ask. You’re also going to learn tools for changing your internal dialogue, how to reclaim discipline, and so much more. My intention is for this episode to arm you with empowerment, growth, and mindset shifts to help you reach your goals. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: How our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems work. Why interconnectedness is a crucial part of service. What discipline actually is. The definition of intention deficit disorder. How meditation can help you upgrade your awareness. The importance of having a driving intention in your life. Four stages of personal growth & why growth isn’t linear. Why pain is a great catalyst for change. The power of asking yourself empowering questions. What it means to align your speech with your goals. Why social media is a symptom, not a problem. What the virus of the mind is. The relationship between fear and the immune system. Where solutions come from. How fear prevents creativity and innovation. The difference between healthcare and sickcare. How imagination leads to real change. The power of taking responsibility for your assumptions. An important question to ask yourself during difficult times. What compassion actually is. How we can create a better future. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! DrinkLMNT.com/model -- Get a FREE sample pack with any order! The Four Stages of Personal Growth with Dr. Michael Beckwith – Episode 365 Why the World Is Facing Great Challenges with Dr. Michael Beckwith – Episode 415 The Life Visioning Process by Dr. Michael Beckwith Agape International Spiritual Center Connect with Dr. Michael Beckwith Website / Facebook / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript
Over the past couple years, there have been a lot of fear tactics used in the media to instill a sense of disempowerment and helplessness into our citizens. Recently, the CDC released some new data on chronic disease in Americans, reporting that 60% of American adults have been diagnosed with one chronic illness. When you look at the numbers surrounding chronic disease, it’s clear that the messages we’ve been hearing about protecting our health have been misplaced. This Halloween, we’re going to dive into some of the numbers on America’s concurring health crises, including obesity, diabetes, and more. You’re going to learn about the powerful systems that contribute to our poor health outcomes, and why blind trust in their advice is leading to our collective degradation. You’ll also learn about some of the biggest issues in our healthcare system, including corruption, fraud, and inefficiency. But fear not, you don’t have to fall victim to this doomed system. You’re also going to hear some realistic principles and practices you can incorporate in order to protect your health, your family, and your risk for all manner of diseases. So click play and enjoy the show! In this episode you’ll discover: The scary statistics on how many Americans suffer from chronic illness. What the annual cost of healthcare is in the US. The shocking percentage of Americans that are metabolically healthy. What percentage of the average American’s diet is ultra-processed foods. How childhood obesity rates have skyrocketed over recent decades. Why our current healthcare system fails to address the root cause. The connection between pharmaceutical companies and Congress. What the FDA’s user fees are. The percentage of new FDA-approved drugs that are less effective than existing drugs. What you should know about dietary cholesterol. Which company has paid the largest healthcare fraud settlement. What big-name pharmaceutical company is associated with the opioid crisis. The truth about Covid-19 vaccines and transmission. What absolute risk reduction is. Big broken promises about the Covid-19 vaccine. Why observational data shouldn’t be used in research. The power of having a healthy dose of skepticism. Realistic practices you can implement to improve your health & lower risk factors. Items mentioned in this episode include: Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 25% on raw honey & other natural remedies! New Studies on the Statin Drug Industry with Dr. Jonny Bowden – Episode 627 Covid mRNA Medications with Dr. Ron Brown – Episode 477 Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
There’s a profound paradox in America. Despite spending trillions of dollars on healthcare every single year, our citizens are sicker than ever. Our rates of chronic illnesses are skyrocketing at an alarming rate, and our lifespan is now on the decline. Today you’re going to hear realistic, empowering changes you can personally implement to increase your vitality and lifespan, and how to contribute to a culture of health.  Our guest on this episode is Dr. Kien Vuu, or Doctor V. Doctor V is one of the most sought-after anti-aging physicians in the country and the bestselling author of Thrive State. Not only does Doctor V possess an incredible education and expertise in the field of longevity and vitality, but he also has a personal story of reclaiming his health and recovering from multiple chronic illnesses.  In this interview, you’re going to learn empowering information about telomeres, epigenetics, and the impacts of stress on the body. Doctor V is sharing his five keys to improving health and longevity, and his personal story of changing his lifestyle habits. You’ll hear conversations about the US healthcare system, the powerful way emotions impact immune function, and so much more. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: The difference between biological age and chronological age.  Dr. Vuu’s history, including how he became a doctor and how he got sick. How our lifestyle choices impact our genetic expression. What disease of consciousness means. The science of epigenetics, and the role your environment plays in your health. Five keys to living a longer, healthier life. What telomeres are, and how your choices impact them. The connection between chronic stress and chronic illnesses.  What the CTRA is. How limiting beliefs can change your biology. What the default mode network is. How one encounter with a terminal patient changed Doctor V’s perspective. Sustainable habits Doctor V implemented to lose 40 pounds and reverse disease. Two simple nutritional changes you can make to feel better. What peptides are, plus specific classes and their benefits. The powerful connection between emotion, inflammation, and immune function. How placebos work, and how your feelings can dictate your outcomes.  Specific inflammatory markers than can be improved with emotions like gratitude. A simple framework for improving mental health.  The power of taking space to respond and reflect.  How the new culture of health is elevating humanity.  Items mentioned in this episode include: PiqueLife.com/model -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 10% off! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Thrive State by Dr. Kien Vuu The Blue Zones by Dan Buettner  The Telomere Effect by Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn & Dr. Elissa Epel Connect with Dr. Kien Vuu Website / Podcast / Facebook / Instagram  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
While new advances to medicine are exciting, there is also a profound wisdom in ancient healing practices. Although the term “adaptogen” wasn’t coined until the 1940s, adaptogenic substances have been a long-standing staple for promoting healing and balance in both Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese medicine.  Adaptogens are a class of plants and mushrooms that can aid the body’s responses to both physical and mental stressors. And at a time when so many folks are struggling with high levels of stress and susceptibility to both chronic and infectious diseases, there’s never been a better time to help restore balance to our bodies. Today, you’re going to learn from one of the leading experts on adaptogens: Tero Isokauppila.  Tero is a bestselling author and the founder of Four Sigmatic, a company that specializes in making superfoods and adaptogens accessible and easy. In this interview, Tero is sharing some of the world’s most healing adaptogens, and how to implement them into your routine. You’ll learn about how adaptogens support the body on a systemic level, why immunomodulatory adaptogens are a powerful tool, and so much more. So click play, listen in, and enjoy the show!  In this episode you’ll discover: What percentage of physician visits are related to stress. How humans’ exposure to stress has evolved over time.  The definition of adaptogen and the history of adaptogenic substances. Three properties of an adaptogen. How adaptogens work systemically. What the HPA axis is and how it works in the body.  How stressful situations can impact your nutritional needs. The connection between gut health and mood.  Specific adaptogens that contain melanin, and their benefits.  The powerful health benefits of chocolate.  Why most reishi supplements on the market are ineffective. What dual extraction is, and why it matters.  How cordyceps and coffee work synergistically.  The benefits of utilizing ashwagandha. Why it’s dangerous to promote eliminating food groups.  How low-level toxins can actually make you more resilient.  The immunomodulatory effects of chaga.  Why becoming adaptable is more important than ever.  A conversation on elimination diets and food sensitivities.  Items mentioned in this episode include: PaleoValley.com/model  -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 15% off! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Mismanagement of the Human Mind with Dr. Caroline Leaf – Episode 623 The Truth About Naps & Sleep Tips for Parents – Episode 225 The Connection Between Fungi, Skin Health, and Weight Loss with Tero Isokauppila Healing Mushrooms by Tero Isokauppila Healing Adaptogens by Tero Isokauppila Connect with Tero Isokauppila Website / Instagram   Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
Statins are one of the most commonly prescribed drugs in the United States. In fact, more than a quarter of Americans over the age of 40 are taking this popular drug class. You might think this is rational since cardiovascular disease is one of the leading causes of death, and statins are often touted by providers for their ability to reduce risks of heart attacks and strokes. However, this is a massive oversimplification of human biology and the implications of long-term prescription medication use.  Today’s guest, Dr. Jonny Bowden, is a board-certified nutritionist, a repeat bestselling author, and one of the biggest proponents of reducing statin usage for a large portion of the population. On this episode of The Model Health Show, Dr. Bowden is back to share the truth about cholesterol levels, how statins actually work, and when they are an appropriate treatment plan.  You’re going to learn powerful information on which biomarkers predict cardiovascular outcomes, and how to make a thorough risk-benefit analysis for any medication. We’re diving into the side effects of statin drugs, the connection between metabolism and heart disease, and so much more. I hope you enjoy this interview with the one and only, Dr. Jonny Bowden!   In this episode you’ll discover: A simple ratio you can use to determine your risk of cardiovascular events. Why statin prescriptions are based on outdated science.  What population does not benefit from using statins.  Why statins were developed, and what type of patient they are meant to treat. The side effects of taking statins.  An important distinction between healthcare and sickcare.  How the pharmaceutical industry dominates our health outcomes.  Why there’s no such thing as good cholesterol and bad cholesterol.  A critical biomarker that can be used to predict risk of cardiovascular events.  The difference between lowering cholesterol and lowering heart disease. What the main goal of pharmaceutical companies is.  The connection between statins and insulin resistance.  What percentage of Americans have some degree of insulin resistance.  The relationship between diabetes and heart disease.  How sleep deprivation impacts insulin sensitivity.  The easiest way to improve your triglyceride levels.  Why drug interactions are often overlooked. How statins actually work.  What the awesome foursome is.  Why the heart needs CoQ10, and how statins interfere with its levels. The role of statins in erectile dysfunction.  How mitochondrial dysfunction contributes to disease.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Ettitude.com/model -- Use the coupon code model15 for 15% off organic bedding!   Onnit.com/model -- Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Living Low Carb by Dr. Jonny Bowden The Great Cholesterol Myth by Dr. Jonny Bowden Dopesick on Hulu Sickening: How Big Pharma Broke American Healthcare by Dr. John Abramson The Crime of the Century on HBO Max 5-Day Intro to Intermittent Fasting Connect with Dr. Jonny Bowden Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram   Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
Your gut is responsible for some of the most integral functions of your body like digestion and nutrient absorption. But did you know your gut also contains some of your body’s most powerful defenses against pathogens? When we gain a better understanding of how our microbiome and immune system work in tandem, we can make empowered choices that protect us from a myriad of infections and diseases.  On this episode of The Model Health Show, integrative gastroenterologist, Dr. Robynne Chutkan, is back to share cutting-edge science from her new book, The Anti-Viral Gut. You’re going to learn about the important link between gut health and immunity, including the innate defense systems inside your gut that protect you from viral illnesses. Dr. Chutkan is sharing empowering information on how some of the most commonly prescribed medications can destroy your gut, and the role nutrition plays in supporting your microbial health.  We’re diving into specific details on the function of the gut, and how our microbial health can impact our susceptibility to illnesses like COVID-19. Not only is Dr. Chutkan extremely knowledgeable about strengthening your health and immunity through gut health, but she also shares realistic, sustainable changes you can make, no matter your starting point. I hope you enjoy this empowering conversation with Dr. Robynne Chutkan!  In this episode you’ll discover: The top three drugs that reduce our resilience against viruses.  How the GI tract and the immune system are connected.  What your gut microbes are and how they function.  How your microbiome population can impact your body’s immune response. The main difference between germ theory and terrain theory.  Why eating plant fiber is critical for microbial health.  An interesting statistic about the microbiome predicting health outcomes.  What we can learn about our health from our stool. How consistent lifestyle changes can impact the health of your microbiome. The connection between obesity and COVID-19 outcomes. Why obesity is a societal issue.  How frequent antibiotic use affects the microbiome. One key question to ask your doctor before taking antibiotics. The connection between taking proton-pump inhibitors and susceptibility to COVID-19.  Why acid reflux occurs, and simple strategies to reduce its symptoms. The shocking statistics on unnecessary prescriptions for acid blockers.  How the vaginal microbiome works to protect against viruses. Why mucus is a key defense system in the body.  The two ways that mucus can destroy pathogens.  How to promote healthy mucus production. The problem with taking a cough suppressant. What percentage of the human genome is viral.  The power of incorporating fermented foods into your diet.  Real, sustainable tips for replacing or reducing medications that harm your gut.  The relationship between nature and the microbiome. Questions to ask your doctor about your medications.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! PaleoValley.com/model  -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 15% off! The Anti-Viral Gut by Dr. Robynne Chutkan -- Preorder today to claim your bonuses! Gutbliss by Dr. Robynne Chutkan The Microbiome Solution by Dr. Robynne Chutkan  The Bloat Cure by Dr. Robynne Chutkan  Connect with Dr. Robynne Chutkan Website / Podcast / Facebook / Instagram  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript
Medical interventions, including prescription medications, can be effective solutions in the right context. But in our current healthcare system, we’re simply treating symptoms and overlooking the powerful lifestyle tools we have at our disposal. There is an undeniable connection between our health outcomes and our daily practices, including diet, sleep, and movement.  Today’s guest, Cynthia Thurlow, is passionate about empowering folks to live vibrant and healthy lives through nutrition. She is a nurse practitioner, international speaker, and a thought leader in the space of intermittent fasting and women’s health. In her bestselling book, Intermittent Fasting Transformation, Cynthia outlines an individualized approach to weight loss and hormone balance through intermittent fasting.  On this episode of The Model Health Show, Cynthia is sharing incredible insights into her experience in the U.S. healthcare system, both as a provider and a patient. We’ll talk about the numerous health benefits of intermittent fasting, and how to find an approach that works for you. This episode contains conversations on gut health, fasting for women, how to hit your nutritional goals, and so much more. I hope you enjoy this interview with the amazing Cynthia Thurlow!  In this episode you’ll discover: The effects that intermittent fasting has on insulin resistance. Why breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. How blood sugar levels impact metabolic health.  What autophagy is.  The difference between acute and chronic inflammation.  How low insulin levels can improve mental clarity. The problem with industrial seed oils in our food supply. How gut health and the microbiome are influenced by intermittent fasting. The two groups that typically have the easiest adjustment to fasting. When women should fast (& when they should not).  Cynthia’s personal experience with illness, hospitalization, and surgery. Why patient advocacy is so critical. What true informed consent is.  The difference between digestive rest and fasting.  Why eating sufficient protein is important for metabolic health and longevity. The problem with the OMAD fasting schedule. An important conversation on animal protein vs. plant protein.  Why you shouldn’t be dogmatic about your diet. The holes in our healthcare system, and how providers can truly help patients. Details of Cynthia’s 45-day Intermittent Fasting Transformation.  Items mentioned in this episode include: PiqueTea.com/model -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 10% off! DrinkLMNT.com/model -- Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  TransformationalNutrition.com/model  Intermittent Fasting Transformation by Cynthia Thurlow NP  Surviving to Thriving – TEDxTalk by Cynthia Thurlow Intermittent Fasting: Transformational Technique – TEDxTalk by Cynthia Thurlow Salt Sugar Fat by Michael Moss  Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle Facebook Group Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Website / Podcast / Instagram / Twitter Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
“Our very survival depends on our ability to stay awake, to adjust to new ideas, to remain vigilant, and to face the challenge of change.” – Martin Luther King Jr. Adversity is one of life’s certainties. No matter who you are or what your goals are, at some point you’re going to fall on hard times. But it’s in these moments when push comes to shove, you get to decide how to react. It’s in your power to decide how to show up, and that’s truly what shapes your character and contributes to your resiliency. Today’s guest, Shaun T., is here to share his story of turning setbacks into comebacks.  Shaun T. is a world-renowned fitness and transformation coach, a bestselling author, and the creator of some of the most popular home fitness programs ever. He has helped millions of folks get in shape, but what I really admire about Shaun is that his passion for transformation goes beyond physical appearance alone. His mission is to help folks unlock their potential and live their best lives.  In this interview, you’re going to hear Shaun’s experience healing from shoulder surgery and the lessons he learned along the way. We’re diving into important conversations on embracing change and discomfort, how to handle judgment and negativity, and what it truly takes to rebound from life’s challenges. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: The lessons Shaun learned from his shoulder surgery.  Why therapy can be helpful when you’re already content. What it takes to sustain happiness.  How having the audacity to be uncomfortable can help you grow. Why being flexible is a superpower. The importance of embracing change.  How to overcome the fear of judgment.  What it means to lighten the load in your life.  Three changes Shaun implemented to recover from his surgery. An important conversation on aging and longevity.  Why you should aim to become a decathlete of life. The life lessons Shaun learned from playing tennis.  Shaun’s approach to handling negativity online. How being authentic has a positive impact on others. Why it’s your duty to live your best life.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model -- Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! T is for Transformation by Shaun T.  Connect with Shaun T. Website / Podcast / Facebook / Instagram  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript
We’ve come a long way when it comes to understanding mental health, but just like many other areas of science and biology, we still have a lot to learn. As rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide skyrocket, it’s more important than ever to have conversations about mental health. It’s even more imperative that those conversations are centered around knowledge and empowerment, and that’s what I love about today’s guest.  Dr. Caroline Leaf is a cognitive neuroscientist and bestselling author who specializes in mind management. Today she’s back on The Model Health Show to share the importance of managing your mind, and specific details on how the human mind actually works. You’ll learn why mental health is a prerequisite for overall health, how toxic thoughts create inflammation, and the interesting science behind how your environment influences your mind.  This episode is full of enlightening conversations like the concept of human consciousness and biofield, polypharmacy and what’s behind Americans’ declining life expectancy, and how managing our emotions can increase immune function. You’ll learn about the epigenetic controllers of mental health, and the five-step process you can use to change the way you think. I hope you enjoy this interview with Dr. Caroline Leaf!   In this episode you’ll discover: An important distinction between the brain and the mind. How the mind-brain-body connection works. The three parts of the mind. What percentage of the mind is your consciousness.  How the non-conscious mind works.  The impact your environment has on your non-conscious mind. How your mind can affect the way your body absorbs nutrition. Why reframing how you define success is critical. How toxic thoughts can upset your body’s balance.  An important conversation on human lifespan & increasing rates of disease. The role environment plays in mental health. How to change your brain and immune function.  What influence genetics has on depression.  The connection between inflammation, stress hormones, & thoughts. How our compartmentalized healthcare system isolates the mind. Five steps of the Neurocycle. The power of utilizing instinctive elaboration intentionally. Why failure is a misnomer.  Items mentioned in this episode include: DrinkLMNT.com/model -- Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive 10% discount on your daily health elixirs! Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess by Dr. Caroline Leaf Switch On Your Brain by Dr. Caroline Leaf  Think & Eat Yourself Smart by Dr. Caroline Leaf  How to Reprogram Your Brain to Make Healthy Choices – Episode 616 Connect with Dr. Caroline Leaf Website / Podcast /Facebook / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
The emerging field of stem cell therapy offers hope for the future of medicine as we know it. Under the umbrella of regenerative medicine, stem cell therapy aims to repair damaged cells in a process that lowers levels of inflammation and modulating the immune system. Unfortunately, at this point in time, very few stem cell therapies are accessible to the general public, but the body of evidence is growing to support regenerative therapies to improve a myriad of ailments and diseases.  On today’s show, you’re going to hear from one of the pioneers in the space of regenerative and precision medicine, Dr. Robert Hariri. Dr. Hariri is a surgeon, biomedical scientist, and entrepreneur. He also co-authored the #1 New York Times bestselling book, Life Force, alongside Tony Robbins. His knowledge and expertise in the field of stem cell therapy is unmatched.  In this interview, you’re going to hear the science behind placental stem cell therapies, and the multiple benefits of regenerative medicine. We’re diving into the function of the immune system, stem cells, natural killer cells, and so much more. Get ready to take notes, because this episode is loaded with invaluable information on the future of healthcare and enhancing your body’s natural healing capabilities.  In this episode you’ll discover: The role of stem cells in embryology. What the process of differentiation is.  Why stem cells are like a master boot disc.  How your environment can influence your DNA. The history of stem cell therapy.  Why replacement stem cell therapy is not scalable.  How Dr. Hariri began researching placental stem cells.  Specific roles and functions of the placenta. Why the placenta is like a 3D printer. How Tony Robbins used regenerative strategies to repair his joints. Why the immune system is an intelligence system.  How the body’s inflammatory response works.  Why our healing capabilities slow as we age.  The role regenerative strategies play in immune health. How immunomodulation works.  The important duty of natural killer cells in the placenta.  How stem cell therapy performs against infectious diseases.  Why autoimmune diseases often improve during pregnancy.  The importance of considering the safety profile of a treatment plan.  Why many patients do not benefit from the standard of care.  What the main tenets of precision medicine are.  An interesting comparison between aviation and healthcare.  The power of becoming the chief executive officer of your health. Four prerequisites for living to 100.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 25% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Life Force by Tony Robbins, Dr. Peter Diamandis, & Dr. Robert Hariri DLP Capital Health, Wellness, & Longevity Event Fountain Life  Celularity Connect with Dr. Robert Hariri Website / Twitter / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
The human brain is an incredibly complex and dynamic organ. It controls so much of who we are and how we operate, including everything from memory and emotion to vision and hunger. And with an increased prevalence in mental illnesses and neurodegenerative diseases, it’s more important than ever that we understand how our brain works so we can optimize its function and longevity.  Today you’re going to hear a compilation of two of my previous interviews with Dr. Daniel Amen. Dr. Amen is a leading brain health expert and double board-certified psychiatrist, and the founder of Amen Clinics, home to the world’s largest database of brain scans. If you’re interested in improving your brain health, there’s no one better to learn from than Dr. Amen. You’re going to hear about how brain health influences mental health, the state of psychiatry and mental health in the US, and how we can begin to take a root-cause approach to improving mental health. We’ll talk about specific strategies you can use to lower brain inflammation, improve brain blood flow, and so much more. Dr. Amen is also sharing powerful information about cultivating happiness and empowerment. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: What percentage of Americans have been diagnosed with a mental illness.  The connection between mental health and brain health. How deprivation can lead to imbalances in the brain.  What SPECT imaging is, and the three things it can tell you about your brain. How improving brain health can increase the efficacy of therapy. Why fame is horrible for the brain. How understanding your brain type can help you make better decisions.  The importance of having adequate blood flow to the brain. Why improving your health should be based in love.  How to improve your omega 3 levels and reduce inflammation. What PTSD looks like on a brain scan. The connection between body weight and blood flow to the brain. How leaky gut contributes to leaky brain.  The importance of high-quality sleep for brain health. Critical health factors to check before beginning psychiatric medications.  How improving brain health can reduce rates of incarceration and addiction.  What part of the brain feels pleasure.  How brain scans of the prefrontal cortex can indicate happiness levels. Why a healthy brain is the key to happiness. The different brain types, and how they view the world. An important connection between low-quality food and inflammation.  The relationship between the amygdala and fear.  How the American government contributes to mental illnesses.  Why prolonged use of technology is unhealthy for the brain. Dr. Amen’s nighttime ritual for happiness and gratitude.  A silver lining of families being home during the pandemic.  Items mentioned in this episode include: PiqueLife.com/model -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 10% off! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 25% on raw honey & other natural remedies! How Neuroscience is Transforming Psychiatry with Dr. Daniel Amen – Episode 400 How to Discover Your Brain Type with Dr. Daniel Amen – Episode 568 Justin Bieber: Seasons Healing ADD by Dr. Daniel Amen Change Your Brain, Change Your Body by Dr. Daniel Amen  The Daniel Plan by Dr. Daniel Amen  Why Be Happy? by Dennis Prager  Change Your Brain Foundation  The End of Mental Illness by Dr. Daniel Amen  The Brain Warrior’s Way by Dr. Daniel Amen  Amen University Connect with Dr. Daniel Amen Website / Facebook / Instagram / TikTok  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript
Throughout our lives, our hormones are constantly fluctuating. Specifically, as we age, our hormone levels tend to dramatically change. And while these shifts are a natural part of our life cycle, it doesn’t mean we’re destined to live with symptoms like poor mood or decreased energy forever.  On today’s show, you’re going to learn from hormone expert and triple board-certified OBGYN, Dr. Anna Cabeca. In her new book, MenuPause, she shares how to use food as medicine to reduce the symptoms of menopause like weight gain, brain fog, and hot flashes. Dr. Anna takes a well-rounded, holistic approach to healing, and she has helped thousands of folks reach optimal health through improved hormone levels.  No matter what stage of life you’re in, understanding how your hormones work is critical. This episode is full of key insights and actionable steps you can take to balance your hormones and feel your best. You’re going to learn about the relationship between some of our most important hormones, specific foods to eat to support hormone health, and so much more. I hope you enjoy this episode with the amazing Dr. Anna Cabeca!  In this episode you’ll discover: Why our hormones are energetic molecules.  What the hormone hierarchy is and how it works.  The most important hormone in the human body. How oxytocin operates in the body.  The effects stress can have on our hormones.  Dr. Anna’s personal journey of undergoing menopause twice. The relationship between cortisol and our reproductive hormones. Why cortisol impacts oxytocin.  What your urine pH can tell you about your overall health. The connection between nutrient-rich foods, the microbiome, and health. One of the first dietary changes Dr. Anna implements in her patients. The relationship between aging and insulin resistance.  How insulin resistance can contribute to hot flashes.  The problem with replacing testosterone.  Why intermittent fasting is helpful for optimal brain function.  How menopause symptoms can be alleviated with a ketogenic diet. What the side effects of hormone replacement therapy are.  The best foods to support hormone health.  Why alkalinizing the body is the key to optimal health.  What andropause is.  Items mentioned in this episode include: PaleoValley.com/model  -- Use code MODEL at checkout for 15% off! Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! MenuPause by Dr. Anna Cabeca The Hormone Fix by Dr. Anna Cabeca Keto-Green 16 by Dr. Anna Cabeca  Receive 10% off all Dr. Anna Cabeca's supplements and products right here Connect with Dr. Anna Cabeca Website / Podcast / Instagram / Facebook   Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript  
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Whitechic Whitechic

I have panhypopituitarism and have always been on the pill and recently stopped then had horrible side effects of like menopause so I tried the patch and didn't help my libido either. I'm worried I'm going to get a higher risk of cancer. my gynocologist said birth control doesnt cause or contribute to breast cancer but never mentioned cervical cancer. I barely have a libido and am frustrated. please help!

Sep 23rd
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Леонид Такеев

the gentleman sounde surprisingly similar to Will Arnett 🤔

Aug 26th
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Allen Heil

you mention a study linking statins to diabetes. where do I find it. Tks

Aug 25th
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Anna Sokołowska

Life changing episode! Thank you

Jul 27th
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The Diet of Common Sense Podcast

Our minds are powerful computers, and yet they say we only use 10% of our brain. The brain uses 20% of the body's energy, and in order to keep it healthy we need to eat more brain superfoods such as omega 3 fatty acids, greeny leaves, avocado, blueberries. Hydration is also important, studies suggests that even mild dehydration can affect our cognitive performance. Read more: https://www.dietofcommonsense.com/superfoods-that-boost-the-mental-performance/

May 22nd
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The Diet of Common Sense Podcast

Very insightful podcast episode! Nutrition, exercise and sleep are the 3 main pillars of a healthy lifestyle. It's important to keep our body strong and maintain the muscle mass at any age. www.dietofcommonsense.com

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Ana Saucedo

Thank you so much for such valuable knowledge. I've spent so much money at the dermatologist. I tried 2 different kinds of pills & two different types of face creams he prescribed. None of it worked. In fact, it worsened my acne. I have tried it all! I have prayed, used Tea Tree oil, Proactive, microdermabrasion, ate more salmon & walnuts, lifted weights, did cardio, slept more, took the hair skin & nail vitamins, & quit all dark sodas. It did nothing. This show has given me a new sense of hope! Thank you so much!

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Juliette Piet

10 minutes for a juice ad?! OMG

Jan 16th
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Sharon kinahan

I was born and raised in Kijabe, Kenya, and it was so lovely to hear Jane's story and hear her accent. It brought back so many lovely memories(I lived there for 18 years).

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Amy Arens

I love these suggestions and already do some of these practices. Look forward to adding the cool therapy! Thank you for this episode!!

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Betty McEachern

Great podcast show! How do I find the video??

Nov 7th
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Lauren woody

just found your podcast. yall both have great voices and I learned a lot.

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Christine Cote-Murphy

This episode was amazing!! Thank you 🙂

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Lexx monroe

hi I love your podcast could you do a episode for people who had severe graves disease & had a thyroidectomy (me) unfortunately I found you too late I wouldn't have had the surgery if I discovered you sooner 😔 now I have hypothyroidism I just want to be my healthiest self all doctor says is you have to take a pill forever but nothing about supplements/foods

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sareh ghasemi

awesome!

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Betty McEachern

The best indepth podcast you can find

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caillou

ur consciousness is creating ur life . and I'm forming my conciousness by TMHS podcast.

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ziggy rampage

what acid was she taking? its hard to hear

Jul 17th
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Samantha Humphreys

I love that you mention Camu Camu berry again, also heard you talking about it’s vitamin C potential alongside Acerola cherry and Amla berry in a different episode - in my own experience, I’ve used Camu Camu powder to recover from food poisoning and it worked within a half an hour to relieve my digestive upset and nausea symptoms likely because of its positive affect on the micro biome!

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Meredith Warren

Awesome episode!

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