Do you find that you can’t seem to lose weight no matter what you do? If you’re cutting and counting calories, exercising regularly, or following a restrictive diet plan and still not losing weight, there’s a chance you have Repressed Metabolic Syndrome. I’m joined by weight-loss coach, Stu Schaefer, to talk about how he helps people struggling to lose weight finally get it off by following some of his simple rules.
You can lose weight and feel better while doing it! If you’ve been struggling to lose weight, it’s very likely that food intolerance is one of the biggest reasons why. Nutrition and fitness expert, JJ Virgin, joins me to talk about how we can break through the weight loss resistance by investigating our food intolerances and improving our mindset.
Mushrooms are, hands down, one of the most beneficial foods you can eat. From having amazing nutrition and medicinal benefits to being high in fiber and low in fat, it’s about time you gave them a place of pride in your diet. I’m joined by mushroom expert and grower, Jeff Chilton, to talk all about the healing power of mushrooms.
Did you know that you can actually heal and improve your eyesight? By making informed decisions for yourself and training your eyes, you might even ditch the glasses. Jake Steiner, the founder of Endmyopia, joins me to talk about how he healed his vision and helps thousands of people heal theirs, too.
Feeling exhausted, having difficulty breathing, experiencing brain fog, and having trouble sleeping are just some of the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. But did you know they’re also symptoms of Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome? I’m joined by Dr. Aaron Hartman, the leading expert in CIRS and Long COVID-19, to talk about these lung diseases, how we can diagnose them, and finally health from them so we can live fuller, happier, healthier lives again.
Finding your purpose is a key element to achieving optimal health. Dr. Meghan Walker talks about the importance of finding and living your purpose and how she helps women find and honor theirs. From the Japanese concept of Ikagai to creating your own rules, your purpose can help you live a more authentic, happy life.
Creating resilient kids is such an important part of being a parent. We should all strive to help our kids be more physically, mentally, and emotionally resilient; part of this is ensuring their immune system is resilient. I’m joined by Dr. Elisa Song to talk about how we can build up our kid’s immune systems through diet and lifestyle.
This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for the many incredible guests I’ve had the pleasure of connecting with through the podcast. Let’s take a look back at the top tips from the most recent guests to really hit home the importance of sleep, joy, and slowing down.
Support your skin health early to help reduce the need for a facelift or fillers later in life. By using SPF, retinol, vitamin C, microneedling, and peptides, you can boost your skin’s natural anti-aging properties. I’m joined by Alexis Yoo to talk about all the different benefits of peptides, from weight loss to anti-aging to hair growth.
Your skin changes as you age. It’s inevitable, something we all experience. But if you don’t love the aging process for yourself, it is possible to slow it down. Alexis Yoo is here to talk about her love of aging skin and how to use neurotoxins such as botox and threads to heal skin imperfections and slow down the aging process.
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Leading cardiologist, Dr. Joel Kahn, talks about how to reduce your risk of heart disease by changing your lifestyle. Eating a majority plant-based diet, stopping smoking, and getting enough sleep are key factors in heart health.
From reducing household toxin levels to increasing organic fruits and veggies, there are nine keys to optimal health. I’m joined by Dr. Jim LaValle, an integrative practitioner specializing in drug and nutrient depletion, to talk about improving our health from a metabolic level.