In this episode, I am speaking with Scott Sherr, MD about Methylene Blue and the amazing range of benefits.
In this episode, I am speaking with Chris Masterjohn, PhD, a top expert in nutritional biochemistry about the conclusions he has reached over years of studying the subject of optimal nutrition. As an expert in his field, this podcast is for anyone who cares about their mitochondria, their health and their body composition.
In this episode, I am speaking with one of my absolute favorite experts, my friend, the brilliant Dr. Datis Kharrazian, about his extensive expertise in working with people to overcome chronic fatigue. Dr. K is humble and soft spoken, but don’t let that fool you—he is widely regarded as one of the absolute geniuses of functional medicine and one of the pioneers and thought leaders that has influenced and educated virtually all other functional practitioners out there. This is one of my all-time favorite podcast conversations. There are dozens of gold nuggets in this episode (sometimes subtle, so listen carefully). A true must-listen for anyone who wants to overcome chronic fatigue or any chronic illness.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, who is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician in nutritional science and geriatrics and is board certified in family medicine, and osteopathic manipulation. We will talk about the link between muscle health and longevity and mitochondria.
This week’s podcast episode is part 4 with Dr. James Chestnut. He’s now officially the guest I’ve had on the podcast more than anyone else. And there’s a reason for that – I believe there is no more powerful, or scientifically accurate foundational paradigm to understand human health than the one he teaches. In this episode, he talks about the 3 most important strategies to get well and stay well: “move well, eat well, and think well”.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Reef Karim, about the victim mindset that appears to be rapidly spreading across the youth of the Western world, the difference between victimhood vs vulnerability, conformism vs authenticity/courage, healing from trauma, self-sabotaging behavior, and how to grow into the fullest expression of your own capacities and authentic self.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Lee Know about CB2 products for pain, sleep issues, and anxiety. Table of Contents In this podcast, Dr. Know and I discuss: Terpenes and cannabis, and their interaction with the endocannabinoid system The significance of CB2 receptors in regulating inflammation and chronic diseases The relevance of the …
In this episode, I’m speaking with Dr. John Lieurance who is one of the top clinical experts in the world on the use of melatonin and methylene blue, as well as EndoNasal Cranial therapy. He runs the Advanced Rejuvenation Center in Sarasota, Florida. In this podcast, we do a deep dive into melatonin and methylene blue and how they are critical for optimal mitochondrial health.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Alan Christianson, who is a board-certified naturopathic endocrinologist and the founding president of the Endocrine Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the American College of Thyroidology. We’ll discuss his new book, the Hormone Healing Cookbook, and specific foods for resolving pesky symptoms driven by hormonal changes in midlife.
Julie Olson, is a triple-board certified Functional Medicine Nutritionist whose mission is to help women worldwide restore their health, hope and hair loss naturally so they look and feel their very best! With more than 10 years of experience and success stories, Julie is known to skillfully investigate, discover and communicate root cause resolutions to revitalize health and naturally regrow hair. Julie has used these same strategies to personally overcome her own health struggles of hair loss, digestive issues, fatigue, and autoimmunity.
In this episode, I’m speaking with Jill Carnahan, MD – a functional medicine expert duly board certified in family medicine for 10 years, and in integrative medicine since 2015. As a survivor of breast cancer, Crohn’s disease, and toxic mold illness, she brings a unique perspective to treating patients in the midst of chronic and complex illness.
She co-authored the Personalized and Precision Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine textbook with Dr. Mark Houston and her new book, which is what we’re talking about in this interview, just came out in March 2023, is called Unexpected: Finding Resilience Through Functional Medicine, Science and Faith.
Dr. Izabella Wentz is an internationally acclaimed thyroid specialist and licensed pharmacist who dedicated her career to helping people address the root causes of Hashimoto’s (autoimmune thyroid disease. She will talk about what she has learned while researching her new book The Adrenal Transformation Protocol which is released on April 18th.
In this episode, I am speaking with Margie Bissinger who is a physical therapist, integrative health coach, author, and happiness trainer. She has more than 25 years of experience helping people with osteoporosis and osteopenia improve their bone health through an integrative comprehensive approach.
https://youtu.be/4q88AlAYjOA In this episode, I am speaking with periodontist Dr. Al Danenberg about oral health, how it is related to gut health, and the easy and natural ways to improve your oral (and overall) health. Table of Contents In this podcast, Dr. Al and I discuss: The relationship between oral health and gut health (and …
https://youtu.be/3sg9Y7JWJIk In this episode, I am speaking with Paul Austin – the CEO of the Third Wave and a leading voice in the use of psychedelics for personal growth, creative insight, and professional transformation. We will talk about the latest science on psychedelics, micro-dosing, and more. Get $500 discount off of Paul’s program. Click here …
In this episode, I am speaking with Jana Danielson, an award-winning wellness entrepreneur, bestselling author, founder of Lead Pilates and Lead Integrated Health Therapies, and a pelvic floor health expert. She’s the creator of the Cooch Ball. We talk about the importance of pelvic health for both men and women.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Marisol Teijeiro – also known as the Queen of Thrones. She has helped people all over the world restore their gut health. The topic of this podcast, however, is slightly different and focuses on the Fabrics of our lives. We will make a deep dive into the materials used in clothing that may be toxic to our health.
In this episode, I speak with Wendie Trubow, MD, MBA, and IFM-certified practitioner. Dr. Trubow is passionate about helping women optimize their health and works as a functional medicine gynecologist. She is the co-author of Dirty Girl: Ditch the Toxins, Look Great, and Feel Freaking Amazing and has been regularly featured in MindBodyGreen and Huffington Post. We discuss the effect of toxins on your health and how to ditch them.
In this episode, I am speaking with Mark Effinger, also known as Mr. Noots. He is the chief product officer and formulator of a line of nootropic supplements from a company called Nootopia. We will discuss why using nootropics can take your performance, brain health, and energy to a whole new level.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Amie Hornaman, also known as The Thyroid Fixer. She’s the founder of the Institute for Thyroid and Hormone Optimization, an organization with transformational, proven approaches to address thyroid dysfunction and support people in returning to optimal health. We will talk about the root causes of Hashimoto’s, testosterone, hormone replacement therapy, and more.
In this episode, I am speaking with Morley Robbins about his novel hypothesis that chronic fatigue (and most chronic disease) is caused predominantly by copper and iron dysregulation. This is a fascinating idea that I allow him to explore in depth, while also pushing back a bit at times on the idea that health can be reduced to any kind of simple mineral issue. In this part 3 Morley will tie the previous episodes together and share how you can move on.
In this episode, I am speaking with Uma Naidoo, MD – a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and a trained nutrition specialist.
She is the author of the national bestseller This Is Your Brain on Food where she shows cutting-edge science, explaining how food contributes to our mental health and how a sound diet can help treat and prevent a wide range of psychological and cognitive health issues from ADHD to anxiety, to depression to OCD and others.
This is a deep and wide-ranging conversation with a lot of value where we talk a lot about depression, anxiety, neurotransmitters, and different kinds of foods and nutritional factors that relate to your risk of these conditions, the gut-brain axis, and so much more.
In this episode, I am speaking with Trina Felber, the founder of Primal Life Organics and an expert in dental care and oral hygiene. We’re going to talk about cavities and gum disease (and how to prevent or potentially reverse these situations) and a lot more good stuff around how to have an amazing oral health.
In this episode, I am speaking with Morley Robbins about his novel hypothesis that chronic fatigue (and most chronic disease) is caused predominantly by copper and iron dysregulation. This is a fascinating idea that I allow him to explore in depth, while also pushing back a bit at times on the idea that health can be reduced to any kind of simple mineral issue. I think Morley is a fascinating guy with a lot of valuable and novel ideas, and I hope you’ll listen in to what he has to say.
https://youtu.be/OlQBekuYtpU In this episode I am speaking with Dr. Andrew Hill is the founder of Peak Brain Institute and a leading neurofeedback practitioner and biohacking coach for clients worldwide. At Peak Brain, Dr. Hill provides individualized training programs to help you optimize your brain across goals of stress, sleep, attention, brain fog, creativity, and athletic …
https://youtu.be/SefLxshFMkc In this episode I am speaking with Dr. Andrew Hill is the founder of Peak Brain Institute and a leading neurofeedback practitioner and biohacking coach for clients worldwide. At Peak Brain, Dr. Hill provides individualized training programs to help you optimize your brain across goals of stress, sleep, attention, brain fog, creativity, and athletic …
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Eric Balcavage, who is a renowned thyroid health expert and author of the Thyroid Debacle. He also lectures around the country on various health topics including stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine, thyroid dysfunction, methylation dysfunction, and more. We are going to talk about his take on thyroid health.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Jaban Moore, a chiropractor who specializes in treating chronic infections. Dr. Moore has dedicated his life to helping people with a number of different conditions ranging from: autism to microbiome and gut issues, chronic infections, and heavy metal detoxification, but he emphasizes parasites a great deal, and that’s what we’re going to be talking about in this episode.
In this episode, I am speaking with Luminara Serdar – who is an autism recovery expert, helping parents discover and address the root causes of their child’s challenging autism behaviors so that a child can be calm, happy, develop to peer level and gain independence. She’s trained as a scientist in genetics, cell biology, and biochemistry, as a functional nutritionist and holistic healer. She works with clients using nutrition, opening body systems, and removing toxic buildup to help shift autism behaviors.
In this episode, I am speaking with Morley Robbins about his novel hypothesis that chronic fatigue (and most chronic disease) is caused predominantly by copper dysregulation. This is a fascinating idea that I allow him to explore in depth, while also pushing back a bit at times on the idea that health can be reduced …
In this episode, I am speaking with Nathalie Niddam who is a holistic nutritionist, a human potential coach, and an epigenetic coach and immersed in the world of health optimization and longevity. Natalie runs the large biohacking group Optimizing Superhuman Performance.
We will discuss the latest science on peptides (and bioregulators) and how they can level up your health.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Patrick Porter who is an award-winning author and speaker and the founder of BrainTap®. Dr. Porter has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, Entrepreneur, Inc, and on ABC, NBC, CBS as an expert in brain health and wellness. In 2020, he received the IAFNR Lifetime Achievement Award. We will talk about ways to heal and upgrade your brain health, energy, and performance.
In this episode, I speak with Jacob Teitelbaum, MD – one of the world’s most frequently quoted integrative pain and fibromyalgia medical authorities. He’s the author of 10 books, including the new edition of the best-selling From Fatigued To Fantastic and the popular free smartphone app Cures A to Z. We will discuss the SHINE protocol and how you can go from Fatigued to Fantastic.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Thomas Hemingway, who is a board-certified physician and the author of PREVENTABLE! 5 Powerful Practices to Avoid Disease and Build Unshakeable Health. In this episode, we are going to be talking about those five natural health keys to preventing the most common diseases, the most common killers in our Western world today.
https://youtu.be/U5IHs8q-3PM In this episode, I am speaking with Kevin Ellis – also known as The Bone Coach. After a diagnosis of osteoporosis in his early 30s, he went on to not only heal himself but he’s now dedicated his life to helping people fix their bone health, overcome osteopenia and osteoporosis and strengthen their bones which …
In this episode, I am speaking with Vincent Pedre, MD, who is the medical director of Pedre Integrative Health and founder of Dr. Pedre Wellness. He believes the gut is the gateway to excellent wellness. As the best-selling author of Happy Gut: The Cleansing Program to Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy, and Eliminate Pain. Through his proprietary blueprint for healing the gut: The Gut Care Program. he has helped thousands around the world resolve their gut health issues. We will talk about the latest research and his extensive clinical experience teaches us about fixing gut health problems.
In this episode, I am speaking with research scientist Dr. Bonnie Kaplan, Ph.D. She’s a professor emeritus in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary in Canada and published widely on the biological basis of developmental disorders and mental health, particularly the contribution of nutrition to mental health problems, poor nutrition to mental health problems, and good nutrition to resolving mental health problems. She’s also the co-author of the book, The Better Brain.
In this episode, I am speaking with Jane Hogan about her health coaching practice, where she specializes in helping middle-aged and older women recover their vitality. She speaks about using breathwork and other practices for speeding up recovery from chronic stress related fatigue, and a number of other interesting topics.
In this episode, I am speaking with Aimie Apigian MD – who is adouble board-certified medical physician in both preventive and addiction medicine and holds double master’s degrees in biochemistry and public health. Dr. Apigian is a leading medical expert on addressing stored trauma in the body and we will discuss how to address stored trauma and overcome fatigue.
In this episode, I am speaking with Tabatha Barber, MD – who is a triple board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, menopause and functional medicine. She is the host of The Gutsy Gynecologist Show, where she shares her wisdom and unique perspective with women everywhere to reclaim their health. By incorporating functional medicine into her women’s health practice, she provides women with the tools they need to optimize their health and happiness. We will talk about hormones and gut health.
In this episode, I am speaking with Michael Platt, MD – who is board-certified in internal medicine, president of the Platt wellness centre and one of the most well-known specialists in the realm of natural hormone replacement therapy and bioidentical hormones. More important for this podcast is that Dr. Platt is renowned for his book, Adrenaline Dominance, the only book ever written that explores how excess adrenaline affects our body, which is the topic of this week’s podcast.
In this episode, I am speaking with Marjory Wildcraft, the founder of The Grow Network, author of The Grow System: The Essential Guide to Modern Self-Sufficiency—From Growing Food to Making Medicine, published by Penguin Random House and featured by National Geographic as an expert in off grid living. Today, Marjory spends most of her time teaching people to grow up towards half of their own food in their backyards, which is what we are going to discuss in this podcast.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Henry E’aly who is the founder of and executive community director for the Energetic Health Institute. He holds a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from SCNM, a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from UCLA. We will talk about what a deep dive into the CV data reveals and what it tells us about the governments charged with safe-guarding our health.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Chris Masterjohn – who has a Ph.D. in nutritional sciences and who is widely regarded as one of the top nutritional biochemistry experts in the world – about the big holes in the data on COVID and vaccines. Table of Contents In this podcast, Dr. Masterjohn and …
In this episode, I am speaking with Wendy Myers – who is a functional diagnostic nutritionist and a detox specialist. Wendy previously suffered from heavy metal toxicity and had to do heavy metal detoxing to overcome her health challenges. We will talk about the seven heavy metals that cause fatigue.
In this episode, I am speaking with my friend, natural health legend, Dr. Michael Murray, about the latest and greatest science around using nutrition and supplementation to optimize immune function and minimize your risk of certain respiratory viruses.. Table of Contents In this podcast, Dr. Murray and I discuss: Key nutrients your body needs to …
In this episode, I’m speaking with Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson, who is an adjunct associate professor of brain and cognitive sciences at the University of Rochester. She’s president of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and founder and CEO of Bright Line Eating Solutions, a company dedicated to helping people achieve the vibrant health that …
In this episode, I am speaking with Ben Azadi – who is a functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner and author. He is known as the health detective with his approach to investigating the root cause of dysfunction. He is the founder of Keto Kamp – a program dedicated to bringing more awareness to the healing properties of intermittent fasting and the keto diet. We will talk about flexible keto, mindset, and healthy fats.
In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Jason Conviser – who is one of the leading experts in fitness assessment and exercise prescription for special needs populations. He’s best known for his work with patients dealing with metabolic syndrome, obesity, and providing exercise strategies for those who have “given up”. We will talk about Whole Body Vibration (WBV) and how it can improve your health and lifespan.
In this episode, I am speaking with orthodontist, Dr. Mike Mew, about his brilliant (and extremely unconventional) take on why improperly formed faces and jaws are now the norm, and how it leads to not only crooked teeth, but a host of other problems like poorly formed airways which can contribute to sleep problems and fatigue issues (and ultimately can shave years or decades off your life). He’ll also tell us the keys to fixing these problems.
In this episode, I am speaking with Diane Kazer – who is the author of Killer Breasts, and founder of the CHI functional telemedicine clinic. Diane has first-hand experience on how breast implants can wreck your health and will share her own story. We will discuss the dangers of breast implants and reveal lessons on real beauty. …
In this episode, I am speaking with pediatrician Paul Thomas, M.D. about his ground-breaking research in his thousands of clients (why he was forced to withdraw the study, and why he’s been threatened with his license to practice medicine), and his wonderful book, The V***ine Friendly Plan: Dr. Paul’s Safe and Effective Approach to Immunity.