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We are excited to welcome Dr. Dan Kalish to talk about balanced brain chemistry. Questions for Dr. Kalish: We are learning a lot about brain chemistry and how addressing neurotransmitter levels in the brain can heal addiction, depression, obesity, Parkinson’s and...
We talked with Arsy from the popular paleo blog Rubies & Radishes all about what to feed baby. Questions for Arsy: Tell us about your pregnancy and birth story. What did you decide about vaccinations and other post birth shots? What are the first foods you...
Questions we discussed with Ameer: You developed The Sleep Solution System, an online program that helps people achieve better sleep. Why did you develop the program? What health issues occur due to lack of quality sleep? Why do you think people do not prioritize...
It can be challenging when you don’t know how to find quality vitamins and supplements. In this episode we sorted through all the confusion to make it easy to find quality vitamins and supplements. Listen as our expert guest helps us understand this complicated topic....
Questions we discussed with Karen: You wrote the great book Awaken that is all egg free recipes. What inspired that? What are some tricks to egg free cooking and baking? What are some egg free alternatives for breakfast? What are some mistakes people make when doing a...
We were psyched to welcome guest and the mastermind behind the Paleo for Women website Stephanie Ruper to talk all about SEX and how to boost libido. I know I always say "this was my favorite podcast," but I loved the info we shared: how to get comfortable in your...
Listen up ladies who have questions about menopause! We welcomed naturopathic doctor Lauren Noel ("Dr. Lo") to our show to talk all things menopause on our latest podcast. Questions we discussed with Dr. Lo about Menopause: How is menopause defined? How do women know...
What we discussed with Liz: What inspired you to write Eat the Yolks? How did we start being afraid of egg yolks, fat, cholesterol, etc? Why are cholesterol and fat not the problem when it comes to long term health? Let’s talk about the huge myth that meat causes...
Have you read The Calorie Myth yet? Pick it up now. This book is seriously amazing. We were lucky enough to have author Jonathan Bailor join our latest podcast, and this guy is an information machine. He dropped some major truth and science bombs about weight...
I interviewed my podcast partner Grass Fed Girl's paleo chef husband all about their new book: Mediterranean Paleo Cooking. Nabil gives us tons of paleo chef tips, and we talked about about how to adapt your kitchen to be gluten free and full of real food...
We talked paleo ketogenic diets with Kim Knoch in this podcast. She tweaked her Paleo real food diet with a nutritional ketosis plan to lose 40 lbs. She joins us to explain how she did it. Questions for Kim about Weight Loss & a Ketogenic Diet: What are the basics...
The HealthNuts Podcasts with Mary Vance & Grass Fed Girl: Our goal is to dispel mainstream nutrition myths and bring you the best in holistic health & real food education. Our latest podcast all about how to detox safely without causing hormonal or metabolic...
We interviewed female hormone expert and functional medicine practitioner Dr. Dan Kalish for this podcast edition. We talked all about hormone balance and women's health. Listen here. Your browser does not support the audio element. Or listen in itunes and please...
Listen here Your browser does not support the audio element. Podcast Powered By Podbean Or listen in iTunes (and please leave us a review!) I think this is my favorite podcast so far. This is a subject near and dear to my heart, as I have many clients who struggle...
PodCast 8 features special guest Steve Wright from SCD Lifestyle. We discuss reversing and healing chronic digestive issues naturally. This is an AWESOME show and is a must for anyone struggling with Crohn's, IBS or any inflammatory GI issue. Please share with family...
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PodCast 28: Better Sleep Solutions with BioHacking Expert Ameer Rosic
Topics we discussed with Ameer:
You developed The Sleep Solution System, an online program that helps people achieve better sleep. Why did you develop the program?
What health issues occur due to lack of quality sleep?
Why do you think people do not prioritize sleep?
How do you convince people to sleep more? How much sleep do we need?
How does lack of sleep lead to weight gain?
How does diet contribute to good or poor sleep? Foods that particularly help sleep?
How are our devices (tv, iphone, ipad) contributing to poor sleep?
What do you think of these orange goggles? Do they really work?
What is your sleep hygiene protocol?
What supplements do you recommend to improve sleep, if any? What do you think about taking melatonin?
How have you seen health improve just from getting proper sleep?
PodCast 27: How to Choose Quality Supplements with Evelyne Lambrecht
It can be challenging when you don’t know how to find quality vitamins and supplements. In this episode we sorted through all the confusion to make it easy to find quality vitamins and supplements. Listen as our expert guest helps us understand this complicated topic.
Topics we discussed:
What is your favorite supplement to use?
If we’re eating a great organic diet, do we still need supplements? why?
What are some things to look for when choosing a supplement?
How do we avoid GMOs in supplements?
What is the difference between whole foods supplements and synthetic supplements?
How can we be sure there is no gluten or artificial colors in supps?
What are some additives in supplements that may cause a reaction in people?
How to avoid corn derived ingredients? (vitamin C)
What is the biggest mistake people make when taking supplements?
Some studies have said that supplements may do more harm than good. Why is that & what do you think of these studies?
Who should not take supplements?
Easy to find good brands people can look for?
-What are basic supplements we should all consider?
Basic supplements for pregnancy?
PodCast 26: Eat the Egg Yolks with Blogger/Author Liz Wolfe NTP
What we discussed with Liz:
What inspired you to write Eat the Yolks?
How did we start being afraid of egg yolks, fat, cholesterol, etc?
Why are cholesterol and fat not the problem when it comes to long term health?
Let’s talk about the huge myth that meat causes cancer. Why do these studies keep cropping up and scaring people?
Why is your book a hit with older folks?
Tell us about homesteading and why that appeals to you. Any advice on how to get started homesteading. Who would not be a good candidate?
PodCast 22: Egg Free Paleo, Transitioning from Low Carb, Whole 30 and Sugar Detox Mistakes and Gut Healing with Karen Sorenson of Holistically Engineered
What we discussed with Karen:
You wrote the great book Awaken that is all egg free recipes. What inspired that?
What are some tricks to egg free cooking and baking?
What are some egg free alternatives for breakfast?
What are some mistakes people make when doing a Whole 30 or 21 day sugar detox?
Any tips for people when they stop their nutrition challenge?
Why did you shift from more low carb to paleo?
What have you learned from working on your own health?
PodCast 22: Talking AutoImmune Paleo with the Paleo Mom
PodCast 21: How to Rev Up Your Sex Drive
We were psyched to welcome guest and the mastermind behind the Paleo for Women website Stephanie Ruper to talk all about SEX and how to boost libido. I know I always say “this was my favorite podcast,” but I loved the info we shared: how to get comfortable in your skin, tips to reach orgasm, and why being in touch with one’s sexuality is important for balanced health.
Stefani Ruper is equally accomplished as an international go-go dancer, an Ivy League chemist and a nationally renowned eating disorder counselor. She is the author of the paleo woman’s health manifesto Sexy by Nature: The Whole Foods Solution to Radiant Health, Lifelong Sex Appeal, and Soaring Confidence, as well as the voice behind the Paleo for Women blog, the first ever body image and self love podcast Live. Love. Eat., and a self-love YouTube Channel. You can find her at any of those places, on Facebook, or on Twitter.
Stefani holds degrees from Dartmouth College and Boston University. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Questions for Stephanie on How to Rev up Your Sex Drive
-What are the hormone imbalances connected to low sex drive in women?
-What makes sex drive disappear?
-What are some of the myths about sex drive?
-How does self-esteem/confidence come into play?
-What can people do to increase sex drive?
-What are some behaviors that women do that ruin sex drive?
-What are some foods women can include to boost mojo?
-What are some natural forms of birth control?
-What is your advice on how women can become more attuned to their bodies?
-What do you suggest to women who have trouble reaching orgasm?
PodCast 20: Resolving Depression, Anxiety, Obesity and Addiction by Balancing Brain Chemistry, with Dr Dan Kalish
We were excited to welcome Dr. Dan Kalish to talk about balanced brain chemistry.
Questions for Dr. Kalish
We are learning a lot about brain chemistry and how addressing neurotransmitter levels in the brain can heal addiction, depression, obesity, parkinson’s and more.
- Tell our listeners a little about what brain chemistry imbalance means and how it can affect them.
- What conditions it causes, etc.
- Tell us why these conditions are on the rise and getting worse?
- What roles do serotonin and dopamine play?
- How do you measure neurotransmitter levels?
- How can you correct neurotransmitter imbalance?
- What role does diet play in neurotransmitter deficiencies?
- What is a brain healthy diet?
- What about heavy metal exposure?
- Tell us about your book and how it can help?
PodCast 19: Paleo Chef Cooking Tips
I interviewed my podcast partner Grass Fed Girl’s paleo chef husband all about their new book: Mediterranean Paleo Cooking. Nabil gives us tons of paleo chef tips, and we talked about about how to adapt your kitchen to be gluten free and full of real food ingredients. We talk about his journey to adopting the Paleo/Primal diet and what kinds of foods he ate growing up on the Mediterranean sea.
Questions for the Chef:
How did Grass Fed Girl and her husband both start Paleo? What were the benefits you felt from going Paleo?
Why did you both write this cookbook?
What kind of food did Nabil grow up with?
What are some issues with the Mediterranean diet from popular books?
How is the cookbook different from other Paleo books?
What is the Mediterranean Paleo diet look like?
Kristen: How do you deal with failed experiments? I am always trying to be creative but when something goes wrong and food is thrown out it’s very discouraging.
Sharon: If I leave the fat in the beef broth, the smell nauseates me after a few hours so I usually chill it and skim off the fat and out it back on to simmer. Adding some herbs/spices helps but it’s still overwhelming and does not make me want to eat it. What should I do?
Angela: Can I just boil and use the nutrient out of organ meats?! I can handle them; since they are healthy, but my family is in need some major disguises and secrecy recipes on my part.
Tessa: Tips on making a Paleo Thanksgiving?
PodCast 18: Menopause with Naturopathic Dr. Lo
Listen up ladies who have questions about menopause! We welcomed naturopathic doctor Lauren Noel to our show to talk all things menopause on our latest podcast.
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Questions we discussed with Dr Lo about Menopause
How is menopause defined? How do women know they’re in menopause?
What menopausal symptoms are considered “normal,” and which are not?
What are steps women can take to reduce symptoms?
How can women “prepare” for menopause to reduce discomfort?
Which foods to include & avoid during menopause?
Soy and why it’s good or bad during menopause?
What testing & treatment do you use for women with menopausal symptoms?
Questions from Facebook
- Rhonda: how does one use Bioidentical Hormones?
- Mary: What causes slightly elevated DHEA-s but testosterone is normal? MRI shows ovaries and adrenals are fine
- Lori my body fat is very low: (Like 6-9% from weight training etc.). Am only 43, & have not menstruated since January. Is this bad?????? I like how lean I am…
- Dawn: I am peri menopausal I now get a migraine at onset of cycle and at the end? What do I need and they are bad. 17 minutes ago via mobile ·
- Mirian: 51 years old. Hot flashes, night sweats, dry dry eyes, bursted blood vessels in eyes, constipation, thinning hair, decreased night vision, light sensitivity, BROKEN SLEEP! thank you.
PodCast 17: Nutritional Ketosis with Kim Knoch
We talked paleo ketogenic diets with Kim Knoch in this podcast. She tweaked her Paleo real food diet with a nutritional ketosis plan to lose 40 lbs. She joins us to explain how she did it.
Questions for Kim about Weight Loss & a Ketogenic Diet
Kim’s Bio: background and health history
What are the basics of the ketogenic diet and the difference between keto and paleo?
Why is it so controversial?
Who should not do a ketogenic diet?
What are the biggest challenges for people while on it? Common mistakes?
What are some improvements people report after doing it for a while?
Should people stay on it as a maintenance plan? How long can someone stay on it?
Micheal: I’ve lost 112 pounds on keto-paleo, down from 260lbs, but still have about 10lbs around my mid section that is very stubborn. Any suggestions for getting rid of the last ten pounds?
Linda: I would like to know more about the 2 week menu and recipes in her ebook. I am thinking about buying the ebook, but am looking for an easy to follow, good meal plan. I’ve been paleo with occasional raw dairy for a year and would like to try the ketogenic diet for health reasons.
Gina: Is it as complicated as it seems?
Bonnie: What, if any, sweetener did she allow herself? When I followed a keto diet in the past, I used Splenda, Xylitol, Stevia and Erythritol (I was also combining keto with anti-candida diet) for an occasional treat to help me stay on track. Now, those sweeteners don’t appeal to me (with the exception of Stevia, on occasion) but I know that I will need an occasional treat (special occasions and such) to stay on track.
Tony: It would be good to hear what she has to say about health issues by going keto. I have a friend that freaks out every time I tell her I want to go keto, she reckons it will damage my already dodgey kidneys big time!!
Pamela: I’ve done low carb ketogenic diets in the past w/ great results; however, as I got older they seemed less effective. I do paleo to feel healthy but I really am *stuck* at a healthy size 14 unless I do tons of exercise & weight training which, as a single FT working mom, I just have time to do. So my question is this… do we need to count calories as we get older to have the same effects on a ketogenic diet? I’m in my 40s, fairly active (hiking / walking, hit the gym a couple times / week) & not menopausal. Thanks!
Facebook Fan: Do we really have to measure our ketones level to follow this diet? Can we know we are in ketones without that?
Bonnie: Any suggestions for the keto bad breath?
Kim’s book, Kick the Weight with Keto, offers excellent guidelines on how to lose weight with a ketogenic diet. Her book covers the following:
- what a keto diet is, and how it differs from ketoacidosis
- how to lose weight steadily with real food
- how to exercise without feeling tired
- what to eat to get into ketosis, and how to STAY in ketosis
- how to measure your ketosis levels accurately so that you know you’re on the right track
- how to cook, plan meals and shop for your new keto lifestyle
- recipes and meal plans!
PodCast 16: Right & Wrong Ways to Detox with Me!
The HealthNuts Podcasts with Mary Vance & Grass Fed Girl: Our goal is to dispel mainstream nutrition myths and bring you the best in holistic health & real food education.
Our latest podcast all about how to detox safely without causing hormonal or metabolic damage. Detox is a time honored tradition, but when done in a fad way (read: harsh herbal laxatives or fasting), it can cause more harm than good. There is a right and wrong way to cleanse your liver and digestive tract!
In this podcast, I answer the following questions:
- How did you get interested in detoxing?
- Do we really need to detox or is it just a fad?
- What type of person needs a detox?
- What does your recommended detox entail?
- What are examples of unsafe ways to detox?
- What about juicing and juice fasting?
- What can people expect to happen?
- How often should people detox?
- What products do you recommend?
- What foods assist detox?
- Does wheat grass have gluten?
- How can we support detox on a daily basis?
- What products do you like for detoxing?
Want to start your detox?
Buy my book, 3 Weeks to Vitality, to get started today!
PodCast 14: Cholesterol Clarity with Jimmy Moore
We were honored to welcome Jimmy Moore who wrote a new book all about uncovering the misinformation surrounding fear around cholesterol and the mainstream medical establishment. He interviewed 30 of the top health experts in the field of cholesterol research and co-authored with Dr. Eric Westman to help bring out the real truth about heart disease and saturated fat. We also got to ask him about the connection between inflammation, cholesterol and diabetes.
His new blockbuster: Cholesterol Clarity
How did this fear of cholesterol come about?
What is difference between the science and what the mainstream medical industry believes?
What are some of the most common misconceptions about cholesterol?
Which tests to ask your doctor for?
- Nmr liporofile
- Fasting glucose
- C-reactive protein
How could a person communicate with his/her doctor about not wanting to go on statins?
What if a person has been doing paleo with no changes to their numbers (low HDL & high LDL) and thyroid isn’t the problem?
When would your numbers indicate a problem? How high would total cholesterol/LDL have to be to worry?
What is the correlation between diabetes and heart disease?
What are some lifestyle modifications people can make to get their docs off their back?
What is your opinion about the current cholesterol treatments?
How is your book different from the other books on the topic?
Who is your intended audience? Who will this book help?
Judy Yes, why is the mainstream medical community soo slow to change treatment protocols for heart disease? It seems we have the information and they don’t. I have a friend who wouldn’t dare eat eggs and butter or coconut oil but eats bread with fake butter substitute? Because that’s what the cardiology specialists in Canada tell him to do… I don’t understand.
Lori Would like to know natural ways to decrease hereditary high cholesterol. MD has me on a statin at 50! No matter what herb I suggested, my MD said no significant decrease.
Maria My mom has high cholesterol levels and diabetes and was given medicines like Ascord to lower it. I have two questions:
What are some other more natural ways of lowering the cholesterol level? She was told by the doctor to eat low-fat or fat-free products only, but I read a recent post that those are the most unhealthy choices. Is there a connection between high cholesterol and diabetes? Both these issues were discovered at the same time for my mom.
PodCast 13: Managing AutoImmune Conditions
have many clients with autoimmune conditions, most commonly Hashimoto’s autoimmune thyroiditis, and knowing how to manage the conditions with diet can help reduce antibody levels greatly.
We were so privileged to get to have The Paleo Mom Sarah Ballatyne Ph.D on our show talking all about the hows and whys of The Paleo Autoimmune protocol, which is a stricter version of Paleo for shorter term healing of the gut and immune system.
Questions for Sarah:
Tell us about the basics of the autoimmune protocol & why it can help manage autoimmune conditions?
Who should try the autoimmune protocol and for how long?
How does it help manage the inflammation that accompanies autoimmune?
What are some improvements people report after doing it for a while? Weight loss?
What are the biggest challenges for people?
How does someone gradually reintroduce foods?
What, if any, supplements do you find help people with autoimmune?
What is your philosophy about starches/carbs on the Autoimmune protocol?
How does someone figure out the right amount of carbs for them?
How does someone get in the mindset of following an autoimmune protocol, above and beyond regular paleo?
How does autoimmunity affect fertility? And should we avoid certain foods which are touted as fertility foods (specifically egg yolks, butter and raw milk) if we have an autoimmune condition but are hoping to conceive?
Get Sarah’s New Book all about how to institute the Autoimmune protocol.
Want to get started today on a Paleo Autoimmune Protocol? Click here for a great book filled with awesome autoimmune friendly recipes. Featuring over 110 recipes without grains, beans, dairy, eggs, nuts, seeds, or nightshades – including spices! I love that it includes information how to get started, TWO meal plans, and shopping lists.
PodCast 12: Paleo Pregnancy & Feeding Baby
Questions for Arsy:
Tell us about your pregnancy and birth story.
What did you decide about vaccinations and other post birth shots?
What are the first foods you introduced?
Why are baby cereals not ideal?
What are some solutions for people who have trouble nursing?
What are some foods that you made sure you had in your diet through pregnancy and nursing?
It can be hard to stay Paleo through pregnancy; what did you do to find support?
Some people say they can’t stomach protein while pregnant. What were your solutions for that problem?
What is your opinion about dairy for children?
Advice for babies with constipation and how to introduce new foods?
What are some ideas about snacks and packing meals on the road?
Advice for budget friendly healthy baby meals?
What are some tips about some organic baby clothes and skin care products?
Any advice for pregnant or new moms?
PodCast 11: Women’s health & hormones with Dr. Dan Kalish.
We interviewed female hormone expert and functional medicine practitioner Dr. Dan Kalish for this podcast edition. We talked all about hormone balance and women’s health.
Questions we cover
What are signs of hormone imbalance? (including those you wouldn’t normally associate w hormones– like GI issues, etc)
How do GI issues and gut health impact hormone balance?
What causes PMS in young girls? How does it start?
How do you treat infertility?
What are some strategies for coping with menopause?
What testing do you recommend?
What lifestyle adjustments need to be made to help balance?
What are some tips women could start right away to fix their hormones?
Questions from Facebook Readers
Joy asks: Do some women need higher carbs than others for thyroid health? I’ve heard many who struggle being too low carb.
April asks: Progesterone cream use, PCOS how they link to diet/thyroid.
Therese asks: What kind of doctor do you need to see if you know your T3 is low? Do you need an endocrinologist? An integrative medicine doc?
Jen asks: How would he suggest reducing Reverse T3 naturally, if possible? Also, how to get more T3 without going insane…..without overdoing it?
Get excited about our upcoming guest!!
Arsy Vartarian Paleo about babies from Rubies and Radishes
Paleo Mom on how to use the Autoimmune Protocol
Neely from PaleoPlan on Carbs
PodCast 10: The Hows and Whys of Becoming a Nutritionist.
My inbox gets flooded weekly with questions about how to become a holistic nutritionist. Where did I study? How did I get started in the field? What’s my advice for those just starting out?
I don’t have time to respond to each person’s email, so we decided to address all the questions we get in this podcast!
We answer the following:
- What are the differences between a holistic nutritionist and a registered dietician?
- How did you pick your particular school? We attended Bauman College.
- Are some schools better than others?
- How do you get started working in the field after graduating and grow your network?
- What are some possibilities for a career in nutrition besides meeting with clients?
- Can you make a decent living being a nutritionist?
- What is a typical day like?
- We address business specifics such as registering your business, bookkeeping, working in a office solo or with other practitioners, etc.
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PODCAST 9: EMOTIONAL/BINGE EATING WITH EFT EXPERT BRITTANY WATKINS
I think this is my favorite podcast so far. This is a subject near and dear to my heart, as I have many clients who struggle with emotional and binge eating, and I have too in the past.
A little background on my story: I was a really thin kid growing up, but then I discovered candy. I remember sneaking it into my room, or sneaking downstairs to steal cookies from the cookie jar. My mom and dad both had major a sweet tooth, so there was always candy, cookies, ice cream and chocolate cake around. My parents were divorced, so when I would visit my dad on the weekends, we made those visits all about food– McDonald’s (I was so excited when I finally was able to finish both my Big Mac AND my large fries) and Baskin Robbins for 2 scoops of ice cream– Mississippi Mud and Chocolate Chip. I started to gain weight, so my parents put me on a diet. I remember counting fat grams starting at age 9. I was told I was fat. That devastated me. But I was still obsessed with sugar and candy and hungry all the time, so I would steal it and hide it in my room and stuff myself silly. In high school, this turned into binge-purge behavior and finally just straight up restriction. I was also riding and competing horses competitively and was very concerned about being in shape. By age 15, I was underweight and very pleased with how restricting food earned me a lot of attention. But it didn’t last. I struggled with keeping my weight down all through college, somehow successfully, through beer and late night taco and pizza binges. But I always turned to food, and especially sugar, for comfort.
I tried everything to lose more weight after college– going vegan, starving myself, throwing up, doing cleanses, juice fasts– even though I wasn’t even overweight at that point, just obsessed with being thin, thinking somehow that was the magic bullet that would make my life perfect. If only I could be thin, I would be happy, successful, prettier. Then I got into the pattern of starving myself during the week and bingeing on alcohol, pizza, and ice cream on the weekends. Finally I got my hands on Julia Ross’s The Diet Cure, and it really changed the way I thought about food. I learned that it was more than willpower– there are underlying physiological issues that go along with food cravings, addiction, bingeing, the need for control. Around this time I went back to school for an advanced degree in holistic nutrition and it all fell into place. Along with a lot of therapy along the way
I empathize deeply with women out there struggling with the binge and restriction cycle. It’s a very complex issue, but please understand it goes much deeper than willpower. I hope you’ll get as much out of this podcast with Brittany as I did.
Questions we asked Brittany:
What is EFT and what is it good for?
What does EFT do in the body, and how does it work?
Can EFT help with addiction or alcoholism?
How does emotional eating begin?
How can you stop emotional eating in the moment of a binge?
How can EFT help with stress?
How do food choices and diet come into play with emotional eating?
How does exercise come into play (exercise addiction)?
Can you ever eat your trigger foods again?
PODCAST 8: IBS, CROHN’S, COLITIS? THIS ONE’S FOR YOU!
PodCast 8 features special guest Steve Wright from SCD Lifestyle. We discuss reversing and healing chronic digestive issues naturally. This is an AWESOME show and is a must for anyone struggling with Crohn’s, IBS or any inflammatory GI issue. Please share with family and friends!
Or click here to listen on the HealthNuts site.
Disclaimer: Always talk to a qualified health professional about your wellness issues!
I talk about my new love of my homemade standing desk, but what I really covet is this treadmill desk.
Caitlin’s new book is coming soon: Mediterranean Paleo Cooking!!
Questions for Steve:
What do you think causes IBS, Crohn’s, inflammatory GI issues?
Explain what a “flare” is and what are flare triggers?
What can you do immediately to stop a flare?
What’s your advice for those who are overwhelmed transitioning from a SAD diet to a more restrictive paleo/SCD diet plan?
What are some of the biggest mistake you see when people start SCD or Paleo?
Tell us more about the SCD Diet and why it works.
What are the main differences to that and paleo?
How long does it take to heal from IBS, IBD ect?
How does stress impact GI health?
What lab testing do you recommend?
What is the best test for SIBO?
What do you say to the person who feels like they have tried everything? Motivation?
Make sure to follow all of their work at SCD lifestyle!
Please leave us a review on Itunes and share with your friends who have digestive problems.
Podcast 7 – Healing Adrenal Fatigue
Podcast 6 – Q&A
TMAO: Holes in the red meat study
Question 1 : Not wanting to eating meat but I am hyperthyroid
Question 2: Freaking out about gestational diabetes. Is Paleo safe during pregnancy?
Question 3: Remedies for young children with Eczema.
Question 4: Alternatives to Natural Calm for sleep.
Podcast 5 – Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Thyroid and Hashimoto’s expert
Podcast 4 – Anxiety and Neurotransmitters with Guest Beverly Meyer
Podcast 3 – Q&A
Podcast 2 – Q&A
Podcast 1 – Heart Health
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