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78 minutes | 12 days ago
Ep 24: Organic acids, Nutrition, & Mental Health W. Kurt N. Woeller, D.O.
Discussing integrative medicine with Dr. Kurt Woeller, DO Full show notes at holisticnootropics.com/drkurt Get your FREE DIGESTIVE ENZYMES at: https://holisticnootropics.com/freeenzymes Join the Holistic Nootropics Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/holisticnootropics Learn more at HolisticNootropics.com
67 minutes | 4 months ago
Red-Pilled Healthcare w. A. Gregory Luna (Ep 23)
This podcast is all about the problems in the American Healthcare system. Both Gregory and I are health coaches who have worked in the healthcare system and have observed first-hand its problems. We discuss everything from the problems of the current patient/doctor visit time constraints, to big pharma, to government's corrupt role in healthcare and so much more. If you love Red Pill discussions than you don't want to miss this podcast. 📕📓 Full show notes at https://holisticnootropics.com/agregoryluna 📱 Find The Holistic Nootropics Podcast on All Podcast Players A. Gregory Luna is the co-founder and primary blogger for Naturopathic Earth and host of the Naturopathic Earth Radio, The Awakened Man (Formerly Holistic Health News) and Confessions of an Obese Child podcasts. Gregory was an overweight adolescent who parlayed his years of struggles and triumphs, and knowledge accrued from working in the “sick”care industry and as a medical & nutrition instructor, into becoming a dual-certified Health Consultant. Discover more about A. Gregory Luna at naturopathicearth.com. Remember to Subscribe 🔔 and Leave A Review 👍
78 minutes | 5 months ago
Mold's Cognitive Connection with Dr. Jill Crista (ep 22)
This episode with Dr. Jill Crista, ND is all about mold toxicity and how regular exposure to mold can affect your brain. Dr. Crista is one of the leading voices on mold toxicity and it's prevalence in our modern society. Many chronic diseases and mental health issues have a connection to mold exposure. Dr. Jill offers great insight into the scourge of mold, what it's doing to your body and brain, and how to combat this problem. 📕📓 Full show notes at: https://holisticnootropics.com/jillcrista Remember to Subscribe 🔔 and leave a review! Dr. Jill Crista is a naturopathic doctor, best-selling author, and internationally recognized educator on mold illness. She helps people recover their health after exposure to toxic mold. Dr. Crista is the author of Break The Mold: 5 Tools To Conquer Mold and Take Back Your Health. She also provides online training for medical practitioners to help them become Mold-Literate; to efficiently and effectively identify and treat their mold-sick patients.
85 minutes | 5 months ago
How Oxalates In Food Devastate Your Physical and Mental Health w. Susan Owens (ep 21)
This episode is all about oxalate. I interviewed Susan Owens who is one of the leading researchers into oxalate and their deleterious influence on health. Oxalate is found in many "healthy" foods like leafy greens, nuts, and beets. The body makes them naturally and can function fine with a low balance. However, many people are told to eat these healthy foods that are high in oxalate as a part of a healthy diet and are experiencing many negative side effects. In this discussion, Susan explains everything you need to know about oxalates, why they matter, and what they are doing to your body and brain. Be sure to check out Susan's Facebook group "Trying Low Oxalate" for the most comprehensive, researched-based oxalate education online. Remember to Subscribe 🔔 and Review 👍 📕📓 Full show notes at https://holisticnootropics.com/susanowens 📱 Find The Holistic Nootropics Podcast on All Podcast Players 📱 Join the Holistic Nootropics Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/holisticnootropics Learn more at HolisticNootropics.com 📼 Topics Discussed 📼 💎 Oxalate researcher 💎 Oxalic acid on Organic Acids Test 💎 Susan was a caregiver for her family 💎 Dr. Rosemary Waring 💎 Sulfates role in neurodevelopment 💎 SLC26A Family of transporters. Move sulfate across membranes. 💎 Is oxalate elevated in autism and how does that affect sulfate? 💎 Sulfate transports oxalate 💎 Oxalates get into mitochondria and cause oxidative stress in the cell 💎 Liver makes oxalate 💎 Primary hyperoxaluria.. can be a fatal disease where the liver makes too much oxalate. Need liver transplant 💎 1/3 of the genome is transporters where molecules go from one side of the cell to the other 💎 Blood is a highway 💎 Lab tests may not give the full picture of what is truly happening in your cells 💎 Water-soluble will not cross the lipid bilayer of the cell 💎 Nutrition is important, but everything comes down to regulation
71 minutes | 5 months ago
Health's Big Secret w. Susan Downs (Ep 20)
I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Susan Downs and Alex Voss who are co-producers for the film "The Big Secret". The Big Secret was created by five-time Emmy Award-winning producer Alex Voss and multi-award-winning filmmaker and integrative physician, Susan Downs. Full Show Notes at: holisticnootropics.com/bigsecret Remember to Subscribe 🔔 and Review 📱 Find The Holistic Nootropics Podcast on All Podcast Players 📱 What started as a personal journey to regain his health, Alex came face to face with the sad reality concerning the influence that big money has on our health and well being. Voss and Downs look at the history of medicine in the US and the influence that wealth and power have on the decisions that your doctor makes concerning your medical care. This shocking documentary is the result of research and personal interviews with leading experts in the fields of medicine and nutrition. "Our goal is to empower people with knowledge and start a conversation that will ultimately lead to life-saving changes to our personal health, and reform in our healthcare system." The Big Secret is only the beginning.
63 minutes | 5 months ago
The Intersection of Diet and Psychotherapy with Yulia Brockdorf, RD, LD, CDCES, CST, NCC, LPC, BC-ADM (Ep 19)
I'm talking to Yulia Brockdorf all about the intersection of diet and the brain. We discuss how different foods affect cognition and how there's no one-size-fits-all diet. The food you eat is information and heavily influences how your brain works. Yulia's practice focuses on using foods and different cognitive-based therapies to help patients with mental health issues. Remember to Subscribe 🔔 and Leave A Review 👍 📕 📓 Full show notes at https://holisticnootropics.com/yulia/ 📱 Find The Holistic Nootropics Podcast on All Podcast Players 📱 Join the Holistic Nootropics Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/holisticnootropics Yulia Brockdorf, RD, LD, CDCES, CST, NCC, LPC, BC-ADM is a dietitian and licensed professional counselor. She is board certified in advanced diabetes management, diabetes education, sex therapy, and EMDR (an evidence-based trauma treatment intervention). She serves on several boards and in her practice she strives to integrate the fields of clinical mental health counseling and psychotherapy and dietetics.
53 minutes | 6 months ago
Nature Nootropics with Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS (Ep 18)
Connecting with nature and avoiding the toxicity of modern society has many mental health benefits and nootropic effects. Along with avoiding brain-draining chemicals, the outdoor activities allow your body to reset its circadian rhythm which has a number of mental benefits including hormone optimization. In this episode, I speak with Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS all about his work as a holistic, functional practitioner and the importance of having a strong connection to nature. Bryan has a cool podcast called "Summit For Wellness" and is a big outdoor enthusiast. 📕 📓 Full show notes/links at: holisticnootropics.com/summitforwellness Remember to Subscribe 🔔 📱 Find The Holistic Nootropics Podcast on All Podcast Players 📱 Join the Holistic Nootropics Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/holisticnootropics Learn more at HolisticNootropics.com Bryan Carroll is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, Nutritional Therapist, and a Movement Therapist. He is the founder of Summit For Wellness and Host of the popular Summit For Wellness Podcast. Bryan is also an outdoor adventure photographer who shoots for many outdoor retailers. His passion is to help get people to Climb to the Peak of their Health and get back outside and in nature. He has also been known in the nutrition communities as being a low-carb athlete who can travel 30+ miles per day, without having to worry about excessive carb fueling like most other athletes. He relies on fat as his main fuel source of energy and is able to avoid those unwanted "carb crashes". As an athlete, nutritional therapist, and wellness practitioner, Bryan knows all too well how to prime the body to function at its best. Topics Discussed Importance of freshwater vs water treated with chemicals The effects of connecting with nature Rebalancing of circadian rhythm that comes with spending time outdoors 3-7 days in nature can rebalance circadian rhythm Chinese medicines ability to balance the body with plants Mental health and anxiety issues are high in teenagers Teenagers and kids not sleeping enough are causing issues in hormones Obesity rate in 1/3 children High levels of anxiety in children Elementary school children being medicated is concerning ADHD is a holistic problem with a holistic solution Asking children good questions is a good way to help them make better choices Make them connect to the feeling of how food makes them feel Help people make their own decisions for best health results Small diet changes make big differences Problem with biohacking and nootropics is the allopathic approach to supplements Cant supplement yourself out of a bad diet.. can’t take a pill for everything Optimal performance is mastering the foundations then use biohacking for the last 20% Biohacking works better when your body is tuned up Mold is a hidden biotoxin that is prevalent in many homes A healthy Microbiome should be resilient of mold Over sanitizing is bad for your microbiome As we sanitize more and kill bacteria chronic disease rates have risen We should be dirtier So many neurotransmitters made in the gut Pesticides in processed foods are being held in the gut damaging microbiome Organic farms are tainted with glyphosate Summitforwellness podcast Tale small steps, don’t rush the process.
55 minutes | 6 months ago
Circadian Rhythm Optimization, Mastering Stress Response, and Making More Neurotransmitters with Dr. Tracy Tranchitella, ND (Ep 17)
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Tracy Tranchitella, ND all about the importance of optimizing your circadian rhythm and how that helps overall hormonal health. Your circadian rhythm is your body's internal daily clock that modulates the balance of cortisol for wakefulness and melatonin for bedtime. Thanks to technology and the rigors of modern living, most people are not living in alignment with their circadian rhythm. Remember to Subscribe 🔔 📕 📓 Full show notes at https://holisticnootropics.com/drtracyt 📱 Find The Holistic Nootropics Podcast on All Podcast Players 📱 📼 Topics Discussed 📼 💎 Naturopathic medicine benefits 💎 Foundational health: Nutrition, gut function, adrenal function 💎 Book: Circadian code 💎 The importance of honoring your circadian rhythm 💎 Connection to earth and how it impacts your health 💎 T.S. Wiley Books: Sex Lies and Menopause, Lights Out 💎 The importance of optimizing light exposure for optimal biological rhythm 💎 The Oura ring and biohacking technology 💎 Cortisol patterns and its relationship to melatonin 💎 Cortisol and its job as a glucocorticoid to mobilize sugar 💎 The good and bad of cortisol 💎 Mobilizing cortisol incorrectly can lead to increased adipose tissue 💎 Salivary adrenal, thyroid, and gonadal hormone testing to measure your stress response is 💎 The negative feedback loop of cortisol and dysregulated blood sugar and how it turns you into a sugar junkie 💎 Roller coaster of blood sugar consumption and crashes 💎 Alcohol before bed is not good for deep sleep 💎 Inflammation triggers cortisol response 💎 Importance of tuning into your body to control breathing and stress 💎 Posture can affect mood 💎 Brain fog is really about gut health 💎 90% of serotonin is made in the gut 💎 Dysfunctional gut health leads to dysfunctional mental health 💎 Many people can’t absorb nutrients and how that sabotages health 💎 People on long term prescriptions when may need gut protocol instead 💎 Using amino acids to address neurotransmitters are not optimal 💎 Mineral deficiencies can affect hormones Join the Holistic Nootropics Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/holisticnootropics Learn more at HolisticNootropics.com Tracy Tranchitella is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine integrating the scientific principles of Functional Medicine with the sensibility and holistic view of traditional naturopathy. She provides naturopathic consultations for general health issues including digestive disorders, blood sugar management, autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders, chronic fatigue, hormone and menstrual issues and general dietary and nutritional consultations. With each patient, Dr. Tranchitella emphasizes a balanced whole food diet coupled with important lifestyle strategies for stress management, quality sleep, regular exercise, and making time for the things that bring joy to our lives. Dr. Tranchitella graduated from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and has been in practice for over 20 years. In addition to patient consultations, Dr. Tranchitella is co-founder of Integrative Medicine Academy with her partner Dr. Kurt Woeller. IMA provides in-depth courses on various areas of focus within Functional Medicine. For over 10 years, Dr. Tranchitella served as a Clinical Advisor for BioHealth Laboratory helping practitioners with lab interpretation and program development.
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