Let’s look back at all the top tips from our wealth of experts. In this episode, our experts share how sleep is one of the most essential things you can do for your body. Deep belly breathing, regular exercise, and practicing gratitude will also help your longevity. It’s also so helpful to measure and monitor your body so you can improve your stats and health! Finally, our experts talk about how your mindset will benefit so many areas of your health.
Dr. Aumatma Simmons is on a mission to help women birth healthier babies, which will, in turn, help us have a healthier planet. Everything is connected and your fertility does not have to suffer – even if you’re over 35. We’re talking about that interconnectedness, toxins that impact both our bodies and the planet, and how to actually have healthier babies.
Crohn’s and Colitis are autoimmune diseases that impact every aspect of your life. Unfortunately, conventional treatments can have as many long-term side effects as the disease itself. Stephanie Grutz, a nurse practitioner specializing in Crohn’s disease, joins me to talk about her own experience as someone with Crohn’s and how taking an integrative healthcare approach to managing her disease transformed her life and helped her take her power back.
Endometriosis is a very serious and painful illness impacting women’s lives, but it’s still underdiagnosed and largely under researched by doctors. Misty Williams joins me to talk about her own health journey with endometriosis, what she’s learned navigating this illness, and how she became a persistent advocate for her own health. Misty also helps other women become persistent advocates for themselves!
ADHD is one of the most common types of neurodivergence in children. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most heavily medicated from an early age. My guest, Dana Kay, joins me to talk about how she reduced her child’s ADHD medication, improved his diet by removing inflammatory foods, and helps other families thrive with ADHD.
There’s no point in avoiding it: kids’ meals these days are not healthy! They’re full of ultra-processed ingredients that are not nutritionally balanced to give our kids what they need to grow healthy and strong. Katie Kimball joins me to talk about how to get your kids to eat healthier, even when they’re picky, and the importance of getting them into the kitchen to start cooking for themselves.
Your gut health has a direct impact on your other long-term health conditions, including your mental health! I’m joined by gut health specialist, Dr. Vincent Pedre, to talk about how you can improve your gut health in 10 easy steps. We also talk about the future of mental health treatment, why you need to stimulate your vagus nerve, and what happens when you live in a multigenerational environment.
Your lymphatic system could hold the key to your health. It’s an absolutely vital component for your longevity and vitality, but your lymphatic system is so often overlooked. I’m joined by Dr. Sharon Stills, a naturopathic medical doctor speciailizing in European Biological Medicine, to talk about our lymphatic systems, celebrating menopause, and healing your mouth.
Your traditional dental work may be harming your health! Don’t worry, though, you can safely remove any metal fillings if they are, in fact, the root cause of your health issues. I’m joined by biological dentist, Dr. Cody Kriegel, to talk about safer dentistry, fluoride and tooth decay, and how to make better decisions for your oral health.
Your genes are not your destiny! Many people have genetic mutations that can contribute to ill health and long-term health issues. But there are ways to heal and minimize your risk. I’m joined by Dr. Bob Miller, a traditional naturopath who specializes in genetic nutrition, to talk about different genetic snips, diagnoses, and treatment options.
Toxins are one of the leading contributors to disease and they’re literally all around us. Naomi Damask and Aimee Carlson explain what’s changed in the last few decades to bring toxins to the forefront of our disease conversations. They talk about how to test for toxin exposure and share why we all need to be better about taking ownership of our health and reducing our toxic load.
Your metabolic health is so important, but it’s so often overlooked! Wildly, only 12% of Americans are metabolically healthy – but you can achieve metabolic health, especially following six different strategies. I’m joined by Dr. Gus Vickery to talk about the importance of metabolic health and the strategies he uses to help his patients reach optimal metabolic health.