Getting the whole family eating healthy can be a challenge, especially when there are food intolerances to contend with. James Barry, former private celebrity chef and creator of Pluck seasoning, speaks about his experiences in the food industry. He gives his top tips for picky eaters, getting more organ meat in your diet, and encouraging your partner to eat healthier, too.
Ophthalmologist Dr. Rudrani Banik explains how to keep your vision. She dives into how to protect your eyes, the right nutrients to keep them healthy, if you should be wearing blue-light-blocking glasses, and how to help prevent some common eye diseases.
There is a reason behind any health issue. According to Chinese medicine, this is often rooted in an emotional imbalance. Today’s guest, Dr. Shiroko Sokitch built her practice around combining Western medicine, functional medicine, and Chinese medicine to address the many root causes of sickness. In this episode, she explains how to heal through supporting emotional balances.
There are numerous mental health challenges for new mothers. Perinatal Mental Health Counselor Shannon Wilson explains what these are and how to best prepare yourself to address them. She discusses self-care, stress management, and all things mental health and wellness for post-partum women.
Dr. Debi Silber shares how unhealed betrayal impacts your work, health, and relationships and how your greatest crisis reveals your greatest gift. She describes what betrayal is, how it impacts us, and what it creates when left unresolved.
You’ll learn when to heal and rebuild and when to heal and move on.
Often, we can get rid of chronic disease by losing weight. But to lose weight we need to heal the underlying causes of emotional eating. Emotional eating expert Tricia Nelson explains what emotional eating is, why most diets fail, how to determine if you’re an emotional eater, and the hidden causes of eating disorders and how to heal them.
Childhood trauma is often stored in our bodies, starting in the first year of our lives. It doesn’t even have to be a hugely traumatic experience – it could even come from a child’s mother. Dr. Aimie Apigian joins us to talk about how childhood trauma affects our long-term health conditions and how we can accelerate the healing process to reclaim our health.
Mental health problems and stress affect everyone, before the pandemic hit, and certainly after. We all know the importance of developing healthy coping techniques and reducing our stress levels. But did you know it’s equally important to instill these values in children, too? Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge joins me to talk about her work focused on helping parents and children develop healthy stress management skills from a young age.
Nathan Crane dives into cancer. He discusses what you can do to put your body in the best shape to prevent it or how to conquer it if you already have it. What Nathan shares goes far beyond cancer though. His advice will help anyone faced with a chronic disease live a long high-quality life.
Chinese medicine is more than just treating health symptoms. It’s bringing the body back into balance using lifestyle improvements, self-care and -respect practices, and nourishing our vitality. Brodie Welch joins me to talk about how she uses acupuncture, qi gong, and Chinese medicine to help high-achieving women start enjoying their lives again.
Your skin is a direct reflection of what’s going on inside your body. Hormonal imbalances, deficiencies, and inflammation can all show up on your skin. Dr. Trevor Cates joins me to talk about how our internal health shows up on our skin, what the six root causes of your skin issues could be, and why we need to simplify our skincare routine.
Living intentionally is about being present in the moment, eating food that feels good, and taking mental health breaks. Abel James, The Fat-Burning Man, joins me to talk about intentional living, everyday habits, and why he believes intermittent fasting is the best way to eat.