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The Gut Loving Podcast is all about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new approach to effectively treat IBS symptoms and is scientifically backed up by a vast number of medical studies. The Gut Loving Podcast is hosted by Laura Tilt (an experienced Dietitian in the UK specialising in IBS and the low FODMAP diet) and Huelya Akyuez, patient and creator of project sezamee - gut loving food (video recipes and low FODMAP events) after livi ...
 
Meaghers Matters is a 6 episode podcast series by Meaghers Pharmacy and hosted by author and podcaster, Caroline Foran. Each episode deals with a different health and well-being topic such as ; anxiety, menopause and gut health. We host experts from every discipline and answer some of your most frequently asked questions. Meaghers Matters is a straight talking podcast and a place you can come to find reliable and accurate content. Meaghers Matters seeks out experts in their respective fields ...
 
Men experience depression differently. Al Levin interviews men who have suffered from depression, educating those who may know little about mental illnesses while giving hope to those who may be suffering. After three years of compiling and sharing stories, Al now includes interviews of experts on various topics around mental health.
 
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Functional medicine uses the latest advances in the areas of genomics, epigenetics, nutrition, and lifestyle to find personalized solutions that lead to improved patient outcomes. Now, more than ever, the functional medicine approach is critical to address the rising tide of chronic disease and increase resilience among the most vulnerable populations in the time of a pandemic. Everyone deserves to find their own pathway to optimal health, which requires expanding access to high quality medi ...
 
How much thought have you given to what your later years will be like? Will your 60s, 70s, and 80s be joyful and filled with the activities you most desire to have in your life at that time? Well, if you are like me, you have long wanted to live younger, longer. I knew at a younger age that I had much I wanted to accomplish before my time was up, and that it would not get done unless I made it to a ripe old age and in good mental and physical health. Fortunately, I was guided into the health ...
 
Wendy Myers is on a mission to help millions figure out that last missing piece of the puzzle in resolving their fatigue, brain fog and health issues - heavy metal detox. Wendy reveals cutting edge science-backed tips on heavy metal detoxification, heavy metals testing, detox protocols like infrared saunas, ideal detox diet, weight loss, thyroid conditions, adrenal fatigue and surprising hidden sources of heavy metal toxicity. Tune in to hear how heavy metals and chemicals create fatigue, br ...
 
Two men, Kyle Mitchell & Jeremy Greene, who struggled with social anxiety and general mental health, teamed up to spread the message about mental health. In each episode, Kyle & Jeremy, have vulnerable conversations with entrepreneurs (seasoned & beginners) about their experiences with their mental health while building up a business to help young entrepreneurs. https://www.thesocialninjaspodcast.com
 
Gut Feelings with Dr D. and GI Jo: A Rome Foundation/DrossmanCare Podcast Series Hosted by Johannah Ruddy, MEd and Douglas Drossman, MD Join the Rome Foundation as we feature episodes on topics related to Disorders of Gut Brain Interactions (DGBI), How to diagnose and treat these disorders, how to communicate effectively with your doctor and your patients, helpful tips for patient advocacy and much more.
 
Happiness - the most mysterious of human emotions. It’s elusive, fleeting and often unappreciated until it’s gone. But what exactly is it, and how do we find it? Each week Joss Stone speaks to a host of guests from deep thinkers, to cultural figures - in an effort to find some answers. Expect outlandish theories, occasional disagreements and a whole lot of laughs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This podcast series presents recordings of talks given at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History as part of its public programme of events. The Museum of Natural History was founded in 1860, and today it holds an internationally significant collection of natural history specimens and archives. Housed in a stunning neo-Gothic building inspired by the Pre-Raphaelites, the Museum is home to a lively programme of research, teaching and public events.
 
Dr. Minni Malhotra is a Board Certified Family Physician and A Certified Functional Medicine practitioner. She is an award-winning speaker and best-selling author. She Believes that an Onesize-fits-all medicine is a thing of the past. The future of Healthcare is here. Today we know better. Today, it’s possible for you to have personalized, precision medicine tailored specifically to you and your lifestyle. She practices a new model of medicine known as root cause medicine or Functional Medic ...
 
Stay in-the-know on the hottest trending topics in health and nutrition with The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, sponsored by Orgain. Join host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN, an integrative dietitian and nutrition educator, as she speaks with some of the most inspiring and passionate subject-matter experts in nutrition, health, and wellness. Each episode explores the science behind popular trends in nutrition and health, debunks common myths, and provides healthcare professionals and health-minded consu ...
 
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The Gut-Brain Axis—what does that connection represent? Well, the gut-brain connection is often described as a bidirectional highway that is linked to many cause and effect health consequences, and many studies have explored the impact of the gut environment and microbiome on brain health in that gut-brain dynamic. Indeed, the role of the gut-brain…
 
In this episode, Al interviews Lorraine Montez, film producer, actor, and writer (recorded 5-9-22). Lorraine shares her own personal story of depression that began at a young age. She experienced death for the first time at just eight years old, when her eldest brother died tragically in an airplane crash. She describes living with her father who w…
 
With consumers increasingly demanding scientifically-validated nutra products and ingredients, one of the key scientists in Australia’s national research agency has revealed the three factors that are crucial for a high-quality trial.By William Reed Business Media
 
Summary This episode (#12) continues the overview of neurosteroids and their critical function in the protection and enhancement of cognitive function. In episode #11, I reviewed the role of “Testosterone, Progesterone and Allopregnanolone—Critical and Timely Neurosteroid Interventions in the Risk Reduction of Alzheimer's Disease.”, and this podcas…
 
Estrogen dominance is a huge pain point for many woman, and finding the right ways to manage it can be very nuanced. So today on this Myers Detox Podcast I am joined by Karen Martel, Certified Hormone Specialist & Transformational Nutrition Coach, who is here to help us make some important distinctions about the truth about estrogen detox and hormo…
 
Traditional medicine often views the body as a collection of distinct organs, each prone to its unique diseases and disorders. Functional medicine views the body as a whole and research has started to support this. The prime example is the gut skin axis, where diet and gut health has been linked to skin conditions! Tune in today to hear all about h…
 
In women, how important of a role does progesterone play in cognitive function? While a number of studies have shown that estrogen replacement therapy in women is protective against the risk for late-onset Alzheimer's disease (LOAD), only a few studies have demonstrated that progesterone also benefits cognitive function. Indeed, progesterone could …
 
On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome Dr. Mark Holthouse to discuss male hormone imbalances and how they affect men’s sexual health and function. We’ll explore the potential antecedents and mediators related to male infertility and erectile dysfunction and discuss how dietary interventions including fasting and aromatase-inhibiting …
 
Collagen seems to be everywhere nowadays, but what is it and why is there so much interest in it? In this episode of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is joined by Molly Kimball, RD, CSSD, a Registered Dietitian, Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, to explore the evidence currently available on collagen. Tune in…
 
Jane Hogan joins the show to provide us with some amazing tips on how to become pain free! Jane goes over a variety of different topics when it comes to strategies to manage pain, including diet, inflammatory foods, the autoimmune component, and my personal favorite, the mind-body connection and underlying emotional trauma! If you have dealt with p…
 
In the U.S., two-thirds of diagnosed cases of dementia and Alzheimer's disease are women. A number of studies have shown that lower estrogen levels "before, during, and after menopause" is a risk for late-onset Alzheimer's disease. However, the risk factors associated with declining estrogen levels and late-onset Alzheimer's disease in women as the…
 
Dr. Sam Shay joins the show to discuss how to determine your ideal diet based on your genetics, and using his 5 key factors. Dr. Shay goes over so many interesting topics surrounding diet, including therapeutic diets, the way different diets impact the planet, the pros and cons of popular diets, and so much more. If you’ve been having trouble findi…
 
Do you find yourself frequently forgetting things? Struggling to concentrate and communicate? Feeling “cloudy”? All of these are symptoms of brain fog, today’s topic on the Better Prescription Podcast. Tune in to hear Dr. Minni Malhotra break down the difference between brain fog and mental fatigue, and how her diet influences her mental state (and…
 
In this episode, Al interviews John Callas, Emmy-nominated Hollywood director, writer, producer, and author. John talks about the incredible amount of trauma he endured as a child. John's father died ten days after his third birthday. John describes how that was the start of everything falling apart. At age twelve John was sent away to military sch…
 
Ari Whitten joins the show to talk about how to properly eat for energy and how you can optimize your mitochondria. Ari goes into detail on the types of food you should eat to optimize your mitochondria, the lifestyle factors that affect your body’s energy levels, and so many interesting topics about how to optimize your energy and mitochondria hea…
 
Diane Kazer joins the show to talk about parasites, parasite cleansing, and how parasites could be the cause of many of your health symptoms. Diane also goes over how parasites go hand in hand with heavy metal toxicity, the dos and don’ts of parasite cleansing, and how different types of parasites affect your body. On today’s podcast, you will lear…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Better Prescription Podcast. In today’s show we explore the pivotal, but often ignored issue of insulin resistance. Tuning in, you’ll hear in-depth explanations of insulin’s role in different parts of the body like our muscles, fat, liver, and brain and how insulin resistance causes a range of adverse symptoms…
 
On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Shilpa P. Saxena joins the conversation to explore the concept of evidence-based practice and how the functional medicine approach is designed to support innovations in clinical care. She’ll also discuss how we can collect practice data and leverage that knowledge to increase practice efficiency and st…
 
Today in episode # 8 I'll be reviewing the role of hypertension, obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease (cardiometabolic disease), and insulin resistance in your risk for late onset Alzheimer's disease. The metabolic and biochemical pathways by which cardiometabolic disease increases the risk for dementia and Alzheimer's later life is the centr…
 
Michael Rubino joins the show to talk about how to do proper mold remediation, the difference between mold removal and remediation. Michael also goes into problems with mold testing, differences between mold and mildew, simple steps to prevent mold growth, symptoms of mold toxicity, and much more! If you have an old home, a home that may have had w…
 
As 10-15% of Americans struggle with IBS, understanding the root cause of digestive symptoms and making mindful dietary choices is key to improving gut health. In this episode of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is joined by gastroenterologist Dr. William Bulsiewicz to discuss dietary strategies for IBS management. Listen …
 
Future infant nutrition research should look into the link between nutrients and gut-brain axis and even its impacts decades later when a child reaches adulthood, instead of merely mimicking human breast milk and focusing on only height and weight gain.By William Reed Business Media
 
How does you unique genome increase the risk for Alzheimer's disease as you age? In todays episode—#7, I’ll be giving a comprehensive overview on the APOE gene, the ApoE4 genetic variant, and other genes and their genetic variants linked to the risk for late-onset Alzheimer's Disease (LOAD), and how, when, and why Alzheimer's takes root in certain …
 
Laura Paulisich joins the show to talk about how to reduce exposure to health-harming toxins in your home. Laura goes over the many hidden toxins in the items we are bringing into our homes, and how these toxins are making the indoor air more polluted than the outdoor air. These toxins are causing havoc to human health including obesity, heart dise…
 
The standard solution to “high cholesterol” is a prescription of statins. However, not only is “high cholesterol” a misnomer, many people with traditionally high values in the most commonly done cholesterol screen are actually healthy. Talking to us today about all things cholesterol is Dr. Minni Malhotra, in another installment of The Better Presc…
 
Conducting research into the effectiveness of the functional medicine model requires overcoming some barriers, including the inherent difficulty of studying multimodal treatment strategies in randomized controlled studies. Even so, such research is critical to improving access to functional medicine care for all. On this episode of Pathways to Well…
 
Anxiety affects more than forty million Americans a number that continues to climb in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. While conventional medicine tends to view anxiety as a neck-up problem that is, one of brain chemistry and psychology the truth is that the origins of anxiety are rooted in the body. In , holistic psychiatrist Dr. Ellen Vora offe…
 
In this episode, Al interviews Dr. Mark Rasenick, distinguished professor of physiology & biophysics, as well as psychiatry, the Director of the Biomedical Neuroscience Training Program at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, and a research career scientist at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center (recorded 3-16-22). Dr. Rasenick speaks abou…
 
How early in your lifespan you can start to assess and track for specific biomarkers that are linked to the risk and earliest stages of late-onset Alzheimer's disease (LOAD), and have you given that much thought? In fact, there has been a significant shift in the progressive medical and research community over the last ten years in the understandin…
 
Join me on this podcast where I discuss heavy metals, EMFs, electrosensitivity, and the best tips to protect yourself from their harmful effects. I talks about the heavy metals that pose the greatest threat to your health, the everyday items that can expose you to these metals, how heavy metals can worsen the effects of EMFs, and so many other impo…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Better Prescription where we give you the tools to help guide you to a natural root-cause approach to prevent disease, and even reverse it, if it’s not too advanced. During today’s conversation, we talk about organic and non-organic meat and produce, particularly as it pertains to nutrient content and the effect on…
 
In the fifth episode of The Alzheimer’s Solutions Revolution podcast with Ralph Sanchez, I talk with my co-host Susan Brender, as we continue with our special podcast series called Think Ahead. In this week’s episode, I'll provide an overview on the role of tau protein and neurofibrillary tangles (tau tangles) in the progression and development of …
 
Tina Anderson joins the show to talk about the gut brain axis and the myths about probiotics. Tina covers so many great topics on gut health, including how your gut flora make neurotransmitters, the best types of probiotics that you should take, how leaky gut causes autoimmune diseases, and so many more amazing tips on how to up your gut health gam…
 
Human health is dependent upon the health of the planet, so protecting the planet is of utmost importance. In this episode of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is joined by sustainable food and nutrition expert and co-founder of Food and Planet, Kate Geagan, MS, RD, to discuss the intersection between food, health, and sust…
 
In this Alzheimer's Solution Revolution episode #4, I’ll give an overview of episode #3, and I’ll provide several key insights about a protein that is associated with the pathology of Alzheimer’s disease—beta-amyloid protein, which forms the proverbial amyloid plaque that is often cited as a principal lesion of the disease process. Additionally, in…
 
In this exciting podcast, I go over some of my top tips for overcoming the biggest roadblocks to weight loss. I talk about some amazing strategies that I have used on myself and my patients that reset your mind and body so that you can finally lose weight, have more energy, and regain control of your health! On today’s podcast, you will learn: The …
 
As we prepare to launch our new book, Gut Feelings: The Patient's Story, we hear from one of our patients, Lesley who is featured in the book. We talk with her about her illness experience, how she found effective management and what she learned from the process. Its a fascinating and important conversation.…
 
The lymphatic system is one of the least discussed aspects of the human body, with few of us considering how it impacts our overall health and wellness. Dr. Minni Malhotra talks to us today about why this system is so important, from its normal function as the sewage system of the body's tissues, to how it contributes to disease when dysregulated. …
 
In this 3rd episode of The Alzheimer’s Solutions Revolution Podcast, I, Ralph Sanchez, talk with my good friend and co-host Susan Brender, as we begin this special podcast series designated as the Think Ahead podcast series. In the Think Ahead series, which will be published here over the coming weeks, I'll provide an extensive overview on the nume…
 
Jason Goldberg joins the show to talk about how you can change your mindset to break free of the thoughts and emotions that keep your down, so that you can lead yourself to the life that you want. Jason discusses so many amazing techniques and ideas that can help you create the change you want in life. If you’ve been feeling sort of stuck or depres…
 
On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Leslie Stone, MD and Emily Rydbom CN, HN, CNP explore the intersection of functional medicine and pregnancy, from supporting fertility to optimizing fetal and maternal health through collaborative personalized care.To view the transcript for this episode, click here: https://www.ifm.org/news-insights/funct…
 
Should you supplement with a basic MVM to sustain a healthy brain in aging? Has any physician or practitioner emphasized just how important a MVM supplement might be for your brain and heart as you get older? Well, as promised on my welcome episode last week, I'll be expanding on a study and recent research with regard to the supplementation with v…
 
In this episode, Al interviews Deb Robison, licensed social worker and project administrator at the Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs at Miami University (recorded 2-28-22). Deb describes the Ohio School Wellness Initiative, a grant-funded program with a goal of ensuring that all students and staff, especially the most vulnerable, will…
 
Dr. Siva Mohan joins the show to give us a thorough overview of Ayurveda, Ayurveda detoxes, and how to incorporate Ayurvedic practices in your everyday life. Siva talks about so many great topics on the subject, such as how it interfaces with functional medicine, the concept behind stripping and then replenishing the body through the Ayurvedic clea…
 
The gut microbiome and its impact on our overall health and wellness has recently risen to the forefront of the conversation around heath, and Dr. Minni Malhotra dives into this hot topic today. From the definition of gut dysbiosis to the percentages of the good bacteria you want, this episode has it all. We hear which lifestyle factors may be impa…
 
Dr. Carol Lourie joins the show to talk about the first steps you can take if you get a breast cancer diagnosis. She explains why you shouldn’t panic, and how to get all your ducks in a row to pursue a treatment plan for your diagnosis. Dr. Lourie then goes on to speak about integrative care, and the many holistic protocols that woman can use to st…
 
Welcome! Indeed, this is the inaugural episode of the The Alzheimer's Solution Revolution Podcast! This is your host. Ralph Sanchez, and I am grateful that you are reading and/or listening in to what this podcast will bringing to you on a weekly basis. The purpose of this welcome edition is to share a little about me and my experience and backgroun…
 
On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Greg Plotnikoff, MD, will explore a topic that has been the subject of an increasing amount of research lately: mast cell activation. He’ll discuss how the functional medicine approach can help recognize when hyperactive mast cells may be contributing to a patient’s dysfunction and how we can begin to addr…
 
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