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The Imprinted Legacy|How to pass down health as a family legacy
66 minutes | Mar 12, 2017
28. Angela Heap shares how critical preconception health is for the long-term health of your family
Angela Heap shares with us how preconception health is crucial in getting things right for the best start to life and long-term good health for our children and the generations to follow. Angela also discusses her philosophy on fertility, which is not about point and fire. It’s about you preparing for that child because life is a marathon not fast race. She recommends that couples prepare for 70 days at a minimum because that is how long it takes for new sperm to develop and likewise for women to improve the health of the egg(s) that will be released. Angela also discusses fertility while a woman is considered to be at an advanced maternal age. She says that at any age, for men and women, you can be as healthy as you possibly can through decreasing toxin exposure, managing stress levels, and eating quality nutrition. If these things are done, there is no reason why you can’t have a healthy baby. Angela also dives in to share how couples can maintain intimacy while they are trying to have a baby because intimacy can easily become work and therefore diminish the pleasure. Now is a good time to learn how to maintain intimacy in the relationship because it will continue to get more difficult after having a baby. “Do the prep work and lay the foundation of long-term health for yourself and your baby.” –Angela Heap
45 minutes | Feb 19, 2017
27. How Bob’s Red Mill helps shape the health of future generations
In this episode, you will get to know the people behind Bob’s Red Mill and how this company is so much more than what meets the eye. Bob and Lori share the story of how Bob and his wife Charlee created Bob’s Red Mill and why they are deeply involved with OHSU. This company does not just provide my personal favorite whole grain and gluten free natural foods, they also provide opportunities for scientists and their discoveries in my personal favorite field, Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, to make an impact in the lives of those today and our future generations. Bob's Red Mill is a company which stands for so much more than most and helps us imprint a legacy of health for our families.
57 minutes | Feb 12, 2017
26. Dr. Jeffery Craig explains how twins hold the key to understanding the roots of all human health problems
In this week's episode, Dr. Jeffery Craig, an internationally recognized expert on twins, shares with us some insight as to what makes twins so different and how these answers can lead us towards a healthier future and individualized medicine. With twin studies, he and his colleagues have been able to really look at the early life factors that could influence epigenetic states and influence health. These discoveries can help predict disease and target preventions or interventions to limit the burden of these diseases. One of my favorite insights that took place during this interview was when Dr. Craig said that twins are already different before they are even born. He explains that these differences can be random that accumulate or influenced by the environment and that the differences seen in twins are telling us that there is a mystery in life and he thinks that it has helped our evolution and has helped us evolve and adapt.
36 minutes | Jan 15, 2017
25. How Epigenetics During Fetal Development May Be Linked to Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity Later in Life
Dr. Michael Ross explains the significance of epigenetics during fetal development and how it relates to obesity and metabolic syndrome later in life. He shares with us how epigenetics is a process that is meant to assist in survival, but problems may arise when there is a mix match between the predicted environment of the world a baby will be born into and the environment in which they are actually born into. He also shares with us how signaling within the brain is also responsible for weight gain and how this is established before birth. Dr. Ross also shares with us why planning a pregnancy is so important and how care providers are a part of something much larger than they realize when they are caring for women before and during pregnancy.
117 minutes | Jan 8, 2017
Rachel Taylor reveals how daily joy can shape your emotions, thinking and physiology
Passionate about joy, wellbeing and living the 'good life', Rachel is a deep thinker and avid researcher focusing on positive psychology and positive biology. She wants to remind people of the need for daily joy and how it can shape our emotions, thinking and physiology. She is a great advocate of supporting all to achieve the lives that they want and truly believes that anything is possible. Her desire is to bring science to the masses, making it accessible, relevant and real world. She lives in the largest town in the UK, has three beautiful children, a cat called Boots, enjoys experiences rather than things and still thinks books are better than e-readers.
49 minutes | Jan 1, 2017
23. Micki Ring shares the 12 Surprising Reasons You Are Stuck in a Health Rut
Micki deep dives into the Huffington post article she wrote, 12 Surprising Reasons You Are Stuck in a Health Rut, while also sharing with us how to climb out of the health rut and tools you can use to be healthy long term. When I read her article, I agreed that these 12 reasons were surprising and more than one of them can be affecting any one of us at a single time. There were a few that stood out to me the most, so I asked her to talk about them a bit more. There is a chance that you have possibly heard one or a few of them but I promise you will not be familiar with all of them. Being aware and identifying which reason(s) has you trapped in a rut is the first step but knowing how to climb out and stay out is a whole other journey to travel. If you want to learn how to get out of your health rut and take on the journey to health without slipping back Micki is the right guide for you, and you will most certainly want to learn from her in this episode.
32 minutes | Dec 25, 2016
22. Marian Mitchell explains how to have a healthy pregnancy with an autoimmune disease
Our guest Legacy Leader Marian Mitchell explains how to have a healthy pregnancy with an autoimmune disease. So many more women are being diagnosed with autoimmune diseases, and that increases the fear and worry around pregnancy and having a healthy baby. Marian has a way with making women feel informed and empowered about their health and the health of their baby. In this episode, Marian talks about a few key nutrients, foods and emotional triggers that cause inflammation, how to decrease internal inflammation, how to manage stress during pregnancy, how to ask for help when you need it, and she also shares how to support a loved one who has an autoimmune condition.
14 minutes | Dec 18, 2016
21. How my fear brought clarity and a deeper connection
In this episode, I share with you one of my biggest Ah-Ha moments that came to me while I was in the middle of freaking out with panic and fear. In the midst of me clenching on for dear life my husband said something that snapped me out of my own head and within seconds brought clarity and a deeper connection to the moms I speak to about pregnancy and having a new baby. As I work through my fears I have come to realize how hard it is for me to let go and trust the process. Even when there is a large base of certainty I don’t like feeling like I have no absolute control and that small amount of uncertainty weighs on me pretty heavily. I get that consciously this way of thinking makes no sense but the more I am out of my element the better I see things. This is how many expecting and new moms feel as they are growing and caring for their baby. I reached a whole new level of understanding which I know will only get deeper with time and various experiences. I didn’t like being so uncomfortable and scared but I appreciated that I was able to connect with others because of it.
70 minutes | Dec 11, 2016
20. Dr. Joe Malone shares why the health of college women can shape the health of our future
Our guest Legacy Leader Dr. Joe Malone shares with us why the health of college-aged women can shape the health of our future and why there needs to be a greater focus on other universities at this stage of women’s life. His program, ULife Prep, has made such a massive impact on the lives of the young women he works with and the effects continue long after college. He also discusses what the “Female Food Trap” is, the importance of creating fitness programs specifically for women in universities, why women’s health matter more at this time of their life than any other and so much more.
43 minutes | Dec 4, 2016
19. Dr. Caitlin O'Conner reveals how to create a sturdy foundation for family health
Guest Legacy Leader Dr. Caitlin O’Conner reveals the components needed to create a sturdy foundation of health for the entire family. One of my favorite aspects of this interview is that she simplifies the approach to health. After listening to this interview, you will feel so much better about how to obtain and maintain health long-term. Seriously, I even caught myself relaxing more into my chair during the interview because of all the advice and refreshing insight she shared. Everything she shares can be implemented into your life right away with a strong feeling of being more than able to be successful without dreading the processes and enjoying life.
6 minutes | Nov 28, 2016
18. Insights from Annie Murphy Paul TED Talk What we learn before we're born
In this episode, I share a few insights of one of my favorite author’s Annie Murphy Paul TED Talk, What we learn before we’re born. If you listen to it a couple of times I know you will pull different pieces of information from it. This talk was presented a year after the Time Magazine article I read during my personal discovery of the field Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, and less than a year after this article I read her book Origins, How the nine months before birth shape the rest of our lives. Her article and book were my catalysts to finding my life’s purpose. I will forever be thankful for Annie’s work to introduce this field to those outside of the research world and of course to myself.
54 minutes | Nov 20, 2016
17. Dr. Susan P. Bagby explains how development before birth predisposes disease risk and why healthy nutrition across the lifespan is critical
In this episode, our guest Legacy Leader Dr. Susan P. Bagby explains how development before birth predisposes disease risk and why healthy nutrition across the lifespan is critical. She discusses how a baby’s development in the womb may predispose them to be at risk for hypertension, diabetes, metabolic disease, kidney disease, and obesity before they are even born including the life situations that may increase the risk after birth. She puts a whole new spin on how you will think about a healthy pregnancy, supporting the fetal development and what individualized health means. Dr. Bagby and her team are doing a lot of work within the communities of Oregon to get healthy nutritional experiences within schools from kindergarten through college. She explains the importance of placing value on good nutrition back into our communities and into our westernized culture.
37 minutes | Nov 13, 2016
16. Debby Savage shares the toxic truth about nurseries and what to do about it
Debby Savage with How to Be Green shares with us the toxic truth about nurseries and what you can do about it. As new expecting parents, you want to give your baby the very best and this includes their nursery. When welcoming home a new baby many parents want their baby to have a whole new room starting with the paint, crib mattress, clothes, and toys. Little do they know they are also exposing their baby to a whole lot of new chemicals all at once when they do this. Listen in to find out what you can do to surround your baby with the healthiest products possible to give them the best start you can.
34 minutes | Nov 6, 2016
15. JessieMundell discusses the mindset around body image during pregnancy and postpartum and the truth about pelvic floor and core strengthening
In this episode, our guest Legacy Leader Jessie Mundell talks about why fat loss is never a part of her conversations with her clients and the keys to a positive body image before, during, and after pregnancy. She also explains the truth about pelvic floor and core strengthening. You are going to like this episode a lot, and you will not hear what most prenatal and post-partum fitness consultants are saying. Show notes for this episode can be found at imprintedlegacy.com
14 minutes | Oct 30, 2016
14. Erin Smith talks about the impact of DOHaD, lifestyle recipes, and an upcoming event
In this episode, I (your host, Erin Sith) am the guest Legacy Leader. This week I wanted to say thank you for all of your support because each and every one of you listening to this Podcast, sharing it with family and friends, following on social media, and sharing quotes are helping the message of the field of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease get out to the general public. This is where the information is needed the most. I also explain the reason for the lifestyle recipes I create for the episodes and an upcoming event you won't want to miss. Clink on the link below to register for the event or go to the show notes page. http://www.epicbrokers.com/news/epic-way2wellness-webinar-developmental-origins-of-health-disease/#tabs
34 minutes | Oct 23, 2016
13. Dr. Mark Morris, DDS. explains the importance of mom's and dad's clean mouth for their baby's future health
In this episode guest Legacy Leader Dr. Mark Morris, DDS. explains the importance of mom's and dad's clean mouth for their baby's future health. He shares with us the underlying cause of bad oral health, how it affects adults, how it affects a developing baby in the womb, how to set the stage of preventive health from the time your baby is born, and best practices your whole family can do for good oral health. He covers information that I have not heard until this interview so I am sure you will too! Show notes are found at www.impritnedlegacy.com You can also find quotes of Dr. Mark Morris, DDS. that I pulled from this interview on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkdIn when you search @imprintedlegacy.
29 minutes | Oct 16, 2016
12. Valerie Sjoberg shares the benefits of acupuncture for health and fertility
In this episode guest, Legacy Leader Valerie Sjoberg shares with us the benefits of acupuncture for health, fertility, and carrying a baby to term. She also dives in to explain how acupuncture not only benefits women but how it benefits men's fertility as well. Valerie shares how acupuncture works, what you can do to support the treatment you receive, and what to look for in an acupuncturist. For show notes and resources go to www.imprintedlegacy.com Join the conversation on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and LinkdIn with @imprintedlegacy
67 minutes | Oct 9, 2016
11. Bridget Osho shares the untold truth about hormonal balance
Our guest Legacy Leader Bridget Osho is a Holistic Fertility Therapist. During this interview, she explains the roles of women's reproductive hormones and how they get disrupted. She also explains the untold truth about hormonal balance and the three categories to help regain balance that each woman needs to look into to allow her to maintain her hormones working to her unique optimal levels. For show notes go to https://imprintedlegacy.com/
41 minutes | Oct 2, 2016
10. Dr. Romie talks about the mind-body connection
In this episode guest Legacy Leader Dr. Romie shares with us how the mind-body connection actually works and how it affects male and female fertility. She also explains the keys to meditation, how to start your day with an intention, and demonstrates how to do a quick and simple meditation and breathing rhythm you can do in the midst of chaos to regain mindfulness and presence. Want to know a cool secret? Dr. Romie was the very first person I interviewed for my podcast. I was so nervous and couldn't believe she said yes when I asked her. I was so nervous to speak with her but she was just as compassionate, caring, and welcoming as when I met her in person about a year prior to this recording. Since that very day, I have made it a practice to do the quick grounding meditation before I get online to start my interview with anyone. It really comes in handy to calm my nerves and allow me to be present with those I have the honor to speak with for this podcast. I will forever me thankful to having her as my very first interview because she set the bar and the stage for how I approach each interview and the intention that is set before I begin.
103 minutes | Sep 25, 2016
09. Heather and Damian Dubѐ talk about health and thyroid function
In this episode guest Legacy Leaders Heather and Damian Dubѐ with E3energy evolved share with us the importance of energy in, energy out, and your energy environment and why you need to have a comprehensive look into this for thyroid and overall health. Heather and Damian also explain how vulnerability to body malfunction can be passed down 3 generations and how the thyroid hormones are crucial for fetal organ development. You don't want to miss this!
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