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VitalHealth4You

Dr. Holly Carling and Alicia Balija

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Welcome to VitalHealth4You, hosted by Dr. Holly Carling and Alicia Balija. This podcast is to teach you how to take back control of your health. We'll be teaching you the right questions to ask, in order to get down to the root cause of WHY you are having health challenges in the first place and what to do about it. Join us each week as Dr. Carling shares her in-depth knowledge, gained over 40 years in natural medicine, and tackles your most burning health questions. You'll hear her best and ...
 
Le salon de coiffure what!: the « ThierreeZ BARBERSHOP », est depuis 10 ans, un lieu au coeur du centre ville d’Aix-en-Provence dédié à la création coiffure et musicale. Sur fond de Hip-Hop ou de musique électronique, dans une déco rétro/moderne et dans un style digne des barbershops new-yorkais des années 50, prenez place dans un vrai fauteuil de barbier où ThierreeZ, précurseur du « hairdesign », s’attaquera à votre chevelure pour une sculpture sur cheveux ou toute autre coupe de votre cho ...
 
Une joyeuse bande de DJ’s Belges s’est mis dans la tête d’envoûter les oreilles de la nouvelle génération électro progressiste. Chaque Semaine à tour de rôle DJC, Airwave, Groovegsus, Phi-phi, ou Nico Parisi prendra les platines, seul, ou en back-to-back avec un des autres membres de la team, pour vous offrir la crème de la crème en matière de sons club, progressive, deep, tech house, et même parfois trance, pendant qu’au micro, Airwave remplira le rôle de vous informer sur les activités de ...
 
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Cholesterol is often misinterpreted as a scary thing in the medical world. It's deemed as a danger to our health but what if we told you that it's actually helpful? High cholesterol actually isn’t even a disease, it's often actually a symptom of another issue. In this episode, we’re discussing cholesterol. There are a lot of misconceptions about ch…
 
The bowel plays a role in almost all of your body’s processes, so what happens when it becomes inflamed? Inflammatory bowel diseases can be uncomfortable and detrimental to your overall health, but luckily, they don’t have to be forever. Many patients can treat both the symptoms and the causes with a combination of lifestyle changes and medical int…
 
In our modern world, it often seems as if our world and lives are rushing past us. The demands we’re attempting to keep up with can be overwhelming. So you might be wondering, exactly how can I keep up with the demands of everyday life? In this episode, Dr. Carling breaks down the replenishing process of energy and how we can optimize health to kee…
 
Fat has long been misunderstood in the healthcare industry. For many years, fat has been disregarded and looked at with a negative connotation. New research has led us to learn that fat actually plays a big role in the endocrine system and in our metabolism. In this episode, we’re discussing the vital role that fat plays in our bodies. The media ha…
 
The human body is host to billions of microorganisms, many of which actually help your body function. The most important of these, your gut flora, are responsible for processes like digestion and your immune response. But when this microbiome becomes imbalanced, it can have a serious impact on your health and comfort. In this episode, we’re discuss…
 
Cancer is not a topic that people like to talk about. But numbers are clearly increasing, especially in light of recategorization of cancer types as well as newly discovered cancer types. Even though it’s a scary disease, it is not something to avoid and ignore. We all know that the earlier cancer is detected, the better chance you have for surviva…
 
What do you think when you hear the word inflammation? Most people would say something like, “Oh, that’s bad.” But the truth is that inflammation is both good and bad. Inflammation is a necessary part of the healing process, but prolonged inflammation is bad for your body and is a common link to many diseases. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss how …
 
Andropause. If you haven’t heard of it, you’re not alone. Sometimes called “male menopause,” it occurs when testosterone levels decrease in men. Though first recognized in 1940, it has been difficult to test and correctly diagnose. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss the signs and symptoms to look out for in men, especially after age 40, as well as h…
 
For many women, “menopause” feels like a dirty word; they don’t want to think about it, don’t want to talk about it, and spend years dreading its eventual arrival. But menopause is a natural part of the life cycle. When we learn to work with our bodies instead of against them, menopause can become a wonderful period in our lives, not one we need to…
 
Here at VitalHealth4You, we’re huge advocates for combining ancient traditions with modern medical practices. One of our favorite tools, acupuncture, strikes that perfect balance. And not only does it treat discomfort and pain, but it also treats the underlying causes of these symptoms in a way that works with your body’s natural processes, not aga…
 
If you ever have painful inflammation or stiffness in your joints, then you know all about arthritis. But do you know the root causes of excess inflammation? They can be complex, from digestion issues to nutrient deficiencies to hormones. And there’s a lot that can trigger inflammation. Today we’re talking through all of this and more so that you d…
 
Are you tired of your body feeling like a sluggish car? If you’ve noticed that you always feel tired, have zero energy mid-day and you're generally suffering from overall fatigue, then this is the episode for you. The truth is that our bodies need rest. Fatigue can come in many forms: mental, physical, emotional… How you treat these various types o…
 
GERD is one of the most common health challenges that people face. Gastroesophageal reflux disease is also known as reflux or heartburn, and it can cause hiatal hernias and other digestive problems. Many people think that popping antacids solves the problem. The truth is that acid reducing pills only act as a bandaid, temporarily relieving symptoms…
 
It seems that the time we get sick most often is during the colder, winter months. It’s no coincidence that we’re usually running around crazy due to the holidays. It’s a perfect storm for our immune systems to get out of whack and land us in bed with the flu or a cold. Our bodies have an innate ability to heal and keep us healthy. There is much th…
 
Imagine this: you’re driving your car one day and the light goes on. This is the signal to you that it’s time to get it cleaned up so you can keep the engine running well. Our bodies, much like our cars, need to be cleaned up or detoxified from time to time to keep them running smoothly. In today’s episode, Dr. Carling shares what a detoxification …
 
When your air passages become inflamed and swollen, and the muscles in your airway passages constrict and inhibit the flow of breathing, that’s known as asthma. There is a reason why asthma happens. While we don’t understand all of the biological factors that cause this, we do know enough to support people with asthma to improve their overall wellb…
 
These days, it seems like there are a million products and systems designed to help you lose weight. Between the fad diets, workout plans, and “healthy” junk food alternatives, it can feel like there are just too many choices. But how many of these supposed “weight loss” strategies are causing more harm than good? In this episode, we’re busting the…
 
What’s one thing you can do to improve your health in the new year? When it comes to your health as a whole, there are a variety of small shifts that can add up to a big difference in your health and wellness. It’s not always about the big, lofty new year’s resolutions! In today’s episode, we’re talking about a few of the simple, effective changes …
 
Bone health isn’t just about getting enough calcium and avoiding osteoporosis (although those are good goals). Our bones act as a framework for all of our muscles and tissues and keeping them strong is beneficial for movement, protection, and mineral storage. Bones are living organisms, and they require specific needs to keep them healthy. In today…
 
Sinus problems are difficult to identify. They can be caused by environmental scenarios, such as dry climates, air pollution, indoor pollution, and excess pollen. They can also be caused by irritants such as cigarettes, perfumes, colognes, and body washes. They can even be caused by structural issues in your body or sinuses, nutritional deficiencie…
 
Many people who suffer with headaches and migraines learn to accept them as part of their day-to-day lives. But severe migraines can take a toll on your life, and even the most minor headaches aren’t “normal.’ They’re signs of a greater issue or imbalance within your body. In this episode, we’re talking all about headaches and migraines: what cause…
 
We all experience stressors in our day-to-day lives. But consistent stress can take a toll on our bodies, and it can eventually lead to conditions like anxiety and depression. Luckily, most cases of anxiety and depression can be managed with simple lifestyle changes and medical care. In this episode, we’re breaking down the differences between stre…
 
Is your memory a little fuzzy? Do you have trouble focusing? If so, you might be experiencing “brain fog,” or a general lack of mental clarity. Not only is it more common than you may think, but most people don’t realize that their daily lifestyle choices may be causing it. In this episode, we’re discussing brain fog and how it can affect your day-…
 
Cholesterol affects cardiovascular health. But its effect isn’t black and white. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. But why? Why do heart attacks and strokes occur? Why is medication alone not the answer? Why does the quality of the food and minerals that we ingest matter? In today’s episode, Dr. Carling disc…
 
For years, we’ve been told to avoid fat in our diets, but recent research has proven that we’re doing major harm to our bodies by eating low-fat diets. So where did this “fat phobia” begin, and how can you reverse it in your own life? In this episode, we’re diving into the basics of essential fatty acids–what they are, what they do for our bodies, …
 
Hormones do much more than affect your mood. In fact, they’re the messengers responsible for keeping your entire body functioning as it should. Unfortunately, many of us struggle with hormone production. And even worse, the “cures” we’ve been using might actually be doing us more harm than good. In this episode, we’re discussing how hormones affect…
 
Ever woken up on the wrong side of the bed? Most of us have experienced the emotional effects of improper sleep, but a lack of deep rest can take a major toll on your physical health as well. In this episode, we’re discussing the in’s and out’s of sleep–why it’s important, how it helps your body, and why some of us struggle with it. Dr. Carling is …
 
Your thyroid contributes to plenty of processes within your body. But how do you know if your thyroid isn’t functioning properly, and how can you prevent issues down the line? In this episode, we are explaining the role your thyroid plays in your body - from regulating your digestion to aiding in brain development. Dr. Carling is sharing ways you c…
 
Stress isn’t just a mental experience, it’s actually a physical response. So how do you best prepare your body to manage that stress? By taking care of your adrenal glands. In this episode, we are shedding light on the underappreciated adrenal glands, the role they play in your health, and how they manage your body’s stress response. Plus, Dr. Carl…
 
Our best defense is a powerful offense and that powerful offense is an effective immune system. So are you setting yourself up for optimum immune health? In this episode, we are sharing how you can boost your immune system by making small but important changes every day. Making adjustments to what you eat, how you mitigate stress and even how much …
 
We need vitamins and minerals for our bodies to function at their very best. But did you know that not all supplements are created equally? In fact, some can even cause more harm than good. In this episode, we’re breaking down what you need to know about supplements and how to make sure the vitamins you’re taking are benefiting your body. We’ll als…
 
Your body has the amazing ability to heal itself. Think about the last time you got a cut, did you have to tell your body how to handle the wound? No, it just does. In this episode, we’re talking about our bodies and their miraculous ability to take care of themselves. Dr. Carling reads an article about this and we chat about the lifecycle of your …
 
Digestion is what we often refer to as, “the root of health”. In this episode, we’re diving deep into the digestive system. We’ll be uncovering the process of digestion (it starts much sooner than you might’ve thought) and what normal digestion looks like. Dr. Carling breaks down the biggest misconceptions about stomach acid which you won’t want to…
 
Welcome to VitalHealth4You, hosted by Dr. Holly Carling and Alicia Balija. This podcast is to teach you how to take back control of your health. We'll be teaching you the right questions to ask, in order to get down to the root cause of WHY you are having health challenges in the first place and what to do about it. In this first episode, Dr. Carli…
 
Welcome to VitalHealth4You, hosted by Dr. Holly Carling and Alicia Balija. This podcast is to teach you how to take back control of your health. We'll be teaching you the right questions to ask, in order to get down to the root cause of WHY you are having health challenges in the first place and what to do about it. Join us each week as Dr. Carling…
 
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