Color Can Heal Your Life!
with Dr. Deanna Minich
with Dr. Deanna Minich
Dr. Lucia Aronica is a research scientist in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University, where she leads the epigenetic analysis of the largest randomized clinical trial ever undertaken in the field of personalized nutrition on low carb vs. low fat diets — the DIETFITS study by Prof Christopher Gardner. The focus of her research is investigating how diet affects gene activity through epigenetic modifications, and whether we can use epigenetic biomarkers to design personalized weight loss plans. In this podcast, we discuss the nature of personalized nutrition, why diets are not “one-size-fits-all,” and her take on topics like the ketogenic diet, phytonutrients, and even coconut oil.
Shanna Lee teaches women how to live more powerfully and authentically, how to feel great in their bodies, confident with who they are, and to connect with their purpose. She is the host of a successful podcast titled The Soul Frequency Show and is releasing her first book The Soul Frequency, Lighten your Body, Locate your Truth, and Live Like you Mean It in Fall 2018. What I enjoy about Shanna is her ability to take the “spiritual” and make it “practical” through small, transformative shifts. Lots of those small steps and ways to make this happen in this discussion! You can find her at thesoulfrequency.com.
You’ll have fun listening in to this informative and inspiring conversation with Dr. Tom O’Bryan. Most people associate him with his expertise in autoimmune disease and gluten (remember The Gluten Summit some years back?). What you will find out is that he is now connecting another dot into these topics with the focus of his new book, You Can Fix Your Brain. Dr. Tom’s new book is engaging and practical, with many tips and takeaways for the reader on how to best protect your brain. Find out more at his website: http://thedr.com/
In this interview, I’m talking with who I consider to be one of the top experts in naturopathic oncology. Dr. Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO practices naturopathic oncology out of Naturopathic Specialists, LLC. Dr. Alschuler is the Executive Director of TAP Integrative, a nonprofit educational resource for integrative practitioners. Dr. Alschuler is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Arizona School of Medicine where she is on the faculty of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. She co-hosts a radio show, Five To Thrive Live! and is co-founder of the iTHRIVE Plan, a lifestyle app for cancer survivors. She is co-author of Definitive Guide to Cancer, now in its 3rd edition, and Definitive Guide to Thriving After Cancer. Here is her website for more information: https://www.drlise.net/
If you want to talk cells, energy, and light, this is the podcast for you! Dr. Daniel Pompa is a global leader when it comes to health and healing. A trained chiropractic physician, Dr. Pompa overcame his own neurotoxic illness and heavy metal poisoning using his groundbreaking cellular detoxification strategies. He has since been training doctors around the world to implement his True Cellular Detox program in their practice, and he regularly educates the public on effective and practical ways to achieve true health. He’s widely acknowledged as a leading expert on therapeutic applications of the ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting, and diet variation- focusing on ancestral-based health approaches to heal the body on the cellular level. Dr. Pompa and his family reside in Park City, UT, where he hosts the popular Cellular Healing TV Podcast, and he sees clients virtually around the world. You can find him at https://drpompa.com/.
You’re going to love this interview. Dr. Paul Thomas is a pediatrician and addiction specialist who has helped thousands of patients with addictive behaviors. As you know, we’re in the midst of an addiction crisis of epic and tragic proportions — not just drugs, but foods, tobacco, technology (yes, even your cell phone!) and behaviors — our high-stress, unhealthy choices and lack of responsibility and belonging are putting us at terrible risk. Dr. Paul Thomas is hosting The Addiction Summit starting August 13th, and not only will you be tapping into his wisdom, but the 28 experts that he has interviewed as part of the event. Learn how to recognize and heal your addiction with this information. Food, tobacco, alcohol, opioids, meth, stimulants, technology and/or other behavioral addictions do NOT have to be your genetic destiny. My talk “When Fascination Becomes Obsession (and Addiction!)” will be featured on August 13, 2018. To learn more or to sign up, please visit the summit site using my affiliate link: http://bit.ly/FS_TAS
Miguel Toribio-Mateas feels like a kindred spirit. I don’t say that about too many people, but it’s rather rare that I meet fellow scientists who have a practical, artistic view into life. You’ll see what I mean when you listen to this discussion as it unfolds. We seemed to move easily between the high-level science and feet-on-the-ground practical application. Miguel is from Spain, but lives in London, where he is an experienced nutrition practitioner (BSc Hons Nutritional Medicine) and clinical neuroscientist (MSc) with 10 years’ clinical experience following a functional/lifestyle medicine approach. In 2016, Miguel was awarded a prestigious Santander Bank Universities Work-Based Learning Scholarship for doctoral research on the impact of nutrition on brain health with a focus on the relationship between gut microbiota and cognitive function at the School of Health and Education of Middlesex University in London. Miguel is particularly interested in the translation of science findings to clinical practice, and on gathering of real-world data such as patient-generated outcomes or “subjective measures of wellbeing” that arise out of consultations with nutrition practitioners. Miguel is also the Chair of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT). You can find him on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook as @miguelmateas.
Everyone probably knows someone with heart disease, or maybe some issue related to the heart like high blood pressure or elevated cholesterol. In this interview with internist and hypertension and cardiovascular specialist, Dr. Mark Houston, we tour through the various facets of nutrition, from sugar to butter to olive oil. Lots of actionable tidbits to glean from, so get ready to take it all in. You can find more on Dr. Houston and his downloadable materials at http://hypertensioninstitute.c
The title of this podcast is the title of Glenn Livingston’s book. Glenn is a psychologist who had a history of binge eating growing up and through his own experience, found a method that has worked for many people to overcome binging. You’ll hear about some of his research on what cravings mean, how the “lizard brain” connects to our relationship with food, how the brain is activated to eat, some discussion on restrictive eating and intuitive eating, and, finally, a window into his method. Glenn has been generous in offering several downloads via his website, https://www.neverbingeagain.co