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1 minutes | a day ago
Coming Soon: Gays Making!
Gays Making is the podcast that spotlights LGBTQIA creators, artists, musicians, actor, performers - any and all creatives. Join Grayson Hay as he has conversations with LGBTQIA creators about their art, their inspirations, and how they stay creative in the world. Premiering May 27th and releasing every other week on Thursdays! Subscribe now where you get your podcasts! Presented by Partyfish Media 🎉🐟
35 minutes | 11 days ago
#43: Matia Jones, Medical and Ecological Anthropologist: health & illness across space & time
Health and healing have history in time immemorial. We all do it- people, animals, plants, communities, and planet. In this episode, Matia Jones, Medical and Ecological Anthropologist, and Gillian Ehrlich, Family Nurse Practitioner, dive into definitions of health and healing across time and space. The conversation covers one of the traditional definitions of health from the ancient Ayurvedic texts as well as descriptions of ‘intactness’ from the Mayan culture. We reflect on the recent conviction of Derek Chauvin’s murder of George Floyd as a type of autoimmune disease, in which the cells of the organism charged with protection and security are destroying other cells they are responsible for keeping safe, which ultimately threatens the viability of the whole organism. There is much to be gained here in terms of reminders that we belong within this body and on this planet.
52 minutes | a month ago
#42 Acharya Shunya: Finding the Sovereign Self
How can we find authentic freedom, everlasting joy, and unshakable sovereignty? In this episode, Acharya Shunya shares the seven stages of falling through desire from consciousness to unconsciousness to discover our true nature and improve our health. Acharya Shunya is the first female leader in her 2,000 year Vedic lineage from India. Her insight is profound and under the heel of her gentle, poetic tone, she crushes the Ego that keeps us isolated and alone to hand us our larger Self. This is the process we all walk through over the course of our lives as we search for connection and continually must remember that the connection we seek is to our Self. By finding the Self, "the nightmare is over and you have awakened". We may romanticize spirituality as something that happens away from families and work and the daily life, but Acharya Shunya breaks these assumptions. We enlighten right where we are, up in the night with children, sick ones and elders. We don't need any particular thing in our external life to be one way or another. The battle for our spirit exists in finding our way to come correct to every breath, while we grocery shop and stand in lines and take out the trash and pay bills. "Find the Himalaya within you." This householder spirituality was part of the Vedic tradition from thousands of years ago. In fact, she shares how the Vedas were written in part by 27 Rishikas (women seers). The Vedas are older than Hinduism and note the equality of power held by women and men, the widely-noted presence of divinity in the 'male body, female body or mixed body'; divinity is present in all life, in all faiths and religions and cultures. "When we sleep, we all return to that one common womb." Acharya Shunya's website: https://www.acharyashunya.com/ Acharya Shunya's book, Sovereign Self: Claim Your Inner Joy and Freedom with the Empowering Wisdom of the Vedas, Upanishads, and Bhagavad Gita: https://bookshop.org/books/sovereign-self-claim-your-inner-joy-and-freedom-with-the-empowering-wisdom-of-the-vedas-upanishads-and-bhagavad-gita/9781683645818
80 minutes | 2 months ago
#41: Richard Boles, MD: Genetics, especially underlying functional disease
Put on your seatbelt because Dr Boles is taking you for a genetics ride you might need to listen to twice! We start at the beginning, talking about Mendel's pea plants, what is DNA, RNA and how does inheritance work. Then, we peel the onion another layer and review mitochondria, which have their own genetic lineage, including how, when and why our inheritances overlap. THEN, we further peel the onion to get into the poly-genetic origins of functional disease. Boom. It's a fascinating discussion that delineates structural vs functional disease and how most of what we struggle with in the modern world is functional disease. AND THEN, we do a deep dive into the genetics that underlie functional diseases like autism, chronic fatigue (CFS/ME), anxiety, depression, OCD, dysautonomia, abdominal migraines and cyclic vomiting syndrome. Dr Boles' adept descriptions make this reasonably understandable as he winds his way through mitochondrial treatments (vitamins, minerals, nutrients and medication options) as well as a clear teaching about channelopathies and why this might be your subtle but persistent problem. He finishes up talking about the company he founded, Neuro Needs, to offer mitochondrial cocktails, after struggling to give children and adults with congenital and acquired mitochondropathies all of the nutrients they needed over the years. Tune in to understand some of the more subtle but impactful aspects of our genotype vs phenotypical presentation in our daily life. Resources: To have a consult with Dr Boles: https://neurabilities.com/our-team/ For his Neuro Needs mitochondrial support products: https://www.neuroneeds.com/
64 minutes | 2 months ago
#40 Anne Maitland, MD: Mast cells, connective tissue & the nervous system
Why should we care about mast cells? Well, we can’t live without them! Mast cells, part of our innate immune system, are critical to our survival and reproduction. Researchers are just beginning to uncover their complex and important roles, as allergies, asthma, and mast cell disorders have become more prevalent. In this episode, Dr. Anne Maitland explains connective tissues are the brick and mortar of our bodies, while our mast cells are our security system, and our nervous system is our electrical system. She discusses how day-to-day optimization is required to protect these systems from our environment and how the Western “magic bullet” approach is not enough to address chronic conditions. We discuss mast cells’ role in COVID-19 and the complexity of our innate immune system, for example in case of food allergies. Dr. Maitland underscores the need for multidisciplinary medicine to address the triad of mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS), Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) and hypermobility spectrum disorders (HSD), and dysautonomia. She ends the conversation by emphasizing the importance of listening to the patient. The Care of the Patient by Dr. Francis W. Peabody Center for Healing Neurology's mast cell program
1 minutes | 3 months ago
Coming Soon: The Villainous Podcast!
Podcast podcast in my hand, who is the most wicked in the land? Coming March 15th: The Villainous Podcast, where we seek to find the most dastardly, despicable, and downright vile villain in the world of Disney. Join us biweekly for our Bracketed face off as we have friends, family, and foes defend their favorite villain. Play along at home with your own Rubric of Evil and we will soon discover who is the most evil of them all! The Villainous Podcast, hosting by Alex Garramone and presented by Partyfish Media, premieres on March 15th wherever you get your podcasts! Follow the show now on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/thevillainouspod
58 minutes | 3 months ago
#39 Arinola Dada, MD: Understanding Autoimmunity
We are blessed in this episode with the brilliant and joyful rheumatologist, Dr Arinola Dada. Through her insightful metaphors, Dr. Dada explains the nuances of the immune system, including the innate and adaptive immune responses, and how and why autoimmunity occurs. She walks us through the multiple cellular check points that our system has to gauge and respond to judge threats and then reviews some of the different ways autoimmune disease presents when these checkpoints fail. The cells 'under attack' can be localized to a tissue- as in the central nervous system with multiple sclerosis (MS)- or can be disseminated throughout the body- like the nuclear material attack of lupus. Then, the conversation turns towards how to think about medicines and treatments, of course including an anti-inflammatory diet, lifestyle, and avoiding toxicity and other infectious triggers as able. We spent the rest of the episode discussing medications: NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), steroids, and then the biologic monoclonal antibody pharmaceuticals that all together constitute the treatments for autoimmune disease.
64 minutes | 3 months ago
#38 Jodi Boone discusses the heart of Ayurvedic bodywork
Ayurveda teaches the practitioner to treat each patient they would their newborn baby, with the same care and attention to their every need. Jodi Boone, Ayurvedic bodyworker, lifestyle & diet consultant, and Yoga teacher, dives directly into the authentic heart of Ayurveda. She captures the reverence Ayurveda teaches for people and nature in honoring the individual within the context of their life, including successes, struggles, and traumas. Jodi then breaks down the various Ayurvedic treatments that are offered at the Center for Healing Neurology, including Reiki, abhiyanga (oil massage), shirodhara (warm stream of oil on the forehead), basti (localized ghee application), nasya (nasal application of medicated oils), and panchakarma (intensive detoxification, restoration and rejuvenation). She wisely lays out that treatments incorporate what is visible- meaning the oils, herbs and pattern of touch- and what is invisible- meaning the neurological reconnection to one's self and changes in the neuro-endocrine-immune axis that ensue from focused Ayurvedic treatments. Jodi terms this 'where the seen and unseen meet'. Join us for this discussion that explains the nuts and bolts of treatments and their impact on our mind, spirit and capacity to relax, recover and grow throughout the lifespan. Resources: Center for Healing Neurology to schedule with Jodi Boone: https://www.centerforhealingneurology.com/ More about Jodi: https://www.harmonyayurveda.com/jodi-bio/ To find an Ayurvedic practitioner in your community: https://ayurvedanama.site-ym.com/search/custom.asp?id=945
55 minutes | 4 months ago
#37 Risa Suzuki: Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and you
Risa Suzuki has been certified as a Building Biology Environmental Consultant from the US-based international Institute of Building Biology & Ecology and shares with us all about Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs). We learn that EMFs are simply the vibrational signatures that occur in the natural world as trees, flowers and animals that our systems recognize (and must yearn for!) but now, discussions about "EMFs" center on the man-made electronics that pepper us, day and night, with unfamiliar signals which can trigger an occult stress response. Risa dives into the biology and chemistry around frequency, resonance, and the impact on our health of ''cycles per second' of hertz, megahertz, gigahertz, and beyond. We carry an electromagnetic field within which our metabolism is churning away every second of every day. Turns out, these invisible EMFs from cell phones, cell towers, wi-fi routers, wireless ear bud headphones and many other electronics can impact our physiology. Also turns out the the softer skulls and smaller size of children means that they are exponentially impacted by EMFs. Risa walks us through this science and then discusses the practical ways we can hard-wire our worlds to improve our health and longevity. Resources: Risa Suzuki's website: https://risasuzuki.com/ Building Biology Institute: https://buildingbiologyinstitute.org/
59 minutes | 4 months ago
37 Anisha Durve: Titans of Medicine; Ayurveda & Chinese Medicine
Anisha Durve, Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Ayurvedic Practitioner, holds a very unique perspective as an expert in the two most ancient health systems in the world: Ayurveda (originating in India) and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In this wide-ranging episode, Dr Durve shares with us some key principles of medicine, like healing is inevitable- like nature, any blockage is temporary only as well as explaining the nut-and-bolt similarities and differences between the systems. Both are five elements, but different elements. Both utilize points of pressure to access and influence the body, mind and spirit, termed Marma in Ayurveda and acupoints in TCM. Here, we dive deeply to compare and contrast the systems in terms of number of points, how they are classified and some examples of their use. We end with a discussion about the role these behemoths can plan in modern medicine and how touch is the most ancient of all healing modalities. Further resources: https://www.marmatraining.com/ https://www.anisha.guru/ Book: Marma Points of Ayurveda by Anisha Durve: https://www.elliottbaybook.com/book/9781883725198 About Dr Anisha Durve: Anisha Durve is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Ayur-Yoga teacher, and meditation instructor with 20+ years experience. She is a 2001 graduate of the Ayurvedic Institute after spending 4 years training under Dr. Vasant Lad in New Mexico as well as his clinic in Pune, India. She co-authored a clinical textbook on acupressure with Dr. Lad titled “Marma Points of Ayurveda." and launched her own school- Marma Institute of Ayurvedic Acupressure to offer trainings for practitioners. Anisha launched one of the first Ayurvedic hospital programs in the U.S. in Cleveland, Ohio. She is also co-director for University of Miami’s acupuncture training program for physicians. She practices in Fort Lauderdale and Ohio currently. Visit her website at www.Anisha.Guru and www.MarmaTraining.com
1 minutes | 4 months ago
Season Two Out Now: Your Daily Cathartic Scream!
A daily scream-along for the modern adult. Partyfish Media is back to remind you to let it all out. Enjoy & scream along every day in your shower, on your commute, or with a friend! Subscribe now where you get your podcasts! Season Two of Your Daily Cathartic Scream is back now with new episodes, from Partyfish Media 🎉🐟
25 minutes | 5 months ago
#35 Naomi Pascoe, RN: Health Coaching for Intentional Living
Center for Healing Neurology is excited to announce our newest service– health coaching with Nurse Naomi Pascoe! In this episode, Naomi details the iterative, goal-oriented, behavior-centered process of health coaching. As your coach, Naomi is like your mountain guide, who isn’t there to climb the mountain for you, but can share in the route-finding, keep you accountable in hard moments and celebrate accomplishments. She firmly believes "it shouldn’t be painful to be healthy; coaching is not a punishment!" Goals should be customizable and achievable. Health coaching is perfect for anyone who is interested in knowing themselves better and living life more intentionally. Listen in to this interview to learn how Nurse Naomi can help you plant seeds and nourish the future you want. For a free 30 minute first session and to schedule for the coaching series, call 206-379-1213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
52 minutes | 5 months ago
#34 Matthew Fogarty, MA, SEP, HMIP: Orientation & re-orientation (aka Rites of Passage) to nature & self to remedy anxiety and kindle lifelong growth
Another nature talk! This time, ecopsychology therapist, author and outdoor mentor, Matthew Fogarty, discusses orientation and re-orientation as primordial remedies to anxiety and feelings of being lost in our modern society. By starting with our awareness to the place in which we are, we become the ‘place’ itself instead of trying to go somewhere else or be something else. We only have power in this moment, with this body, in this place of the soft animal of our body, to impact our future as well as process our past. All of this occurs in a real world- not within social media, not within a screen. Our first step is letting our eyes wander, even to the moon perhaps (so far can our senses sense!) and find ourselves in the natural world. Subsequent steps throughout our lives are reiterations of finding and losing ourselves. In the lost-ness, we can let go of previous identities that no longer fit. Find-ness is through rites of passage which have been present since time immemorial of human evolution to take on the new self. In this way, we, like plants, trees, stars and all other animals, continue to grow our awareness and power throughout our lifetimes. Matthew Fogarty's website: https://www.truenaturecounseling.com/ Matthew Fogarty's book, A Place-Based Guide to Wonder: https://www.truenaturecounseling.com/a-placebased-guide-to-wonder
62 minutes | 6 months ago
#33 Jeannie Di Bon: Movement Therapist & hypermobility expert: awareness over mechanics for pain
“Our connective tissue is everywhere so this collagen-based defect of hypermobility (sometimes diagnosed as Ehler Danlos Syndrome) can affect everybody differently.” And thus starts our interview with movement therapist & hypermobility expert Jeannie Di Bon. She has built her life’s work, both personally & professionally, around living with and minimizing pain and instability within a body that gets accustomed to bracing or guarding in one direction while potentially painfully overextending or dislocating in other joints. Ever do ‘party tricks’ with your body as a kid or watch kids around you do ‘party tricks’? Then this podcast is for you. We walk through her six important principles of living within a hypermobile body: breath, relaxation, proprioception (including both nociception and interception), stability (vs mobility), balance and posture finishing with touches on the science of tensegrity, meaning finding the dynamic pressure to remain aligned from the inside. We then dive into the tenets of her Integral Movement Method (IMM) which brings people through an iterative process of unwinding, exploring, assessing, refining, and reflecting. Jeannie Di Bon’s work so unique and powerful in a mechanically-focused movement therapy world because her recommendations are not focused necessarily on the movement or any particular string of exercises. Her process is to build awareness through movement- it’s not about the movement but the awareness. The goal is that we all become more conscious around what our body is doing and what it should be doing to remain functional and pain-free. There are so many ways to continue learning from Jeannie Di Bon: o Website: https://www.jeanniedibon.com/ o Youtube videos with a new video every Thursday: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh3dgBm_L5pwaeBQI-Q7yVw o Books: https://www.elliottbaybook.com/search/site/hypermobility o Zebra Club with 80 classes available: https://jeanniedibon.com/products/#zebraclub o social media: Instagram, Twitter & FaceBook o Zoom consult: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=14864103 o Trainings for therapists/ teachers: https://jeanniedibon.hypermobility.club/users/checkout/auth o EDS Society health professionals directory for local practitioners: https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/healthcare-professionals-directory/ #EDS #hypermobility #zebraclub #bendybodies #ehlerdanlos #PT #pain #painmanagement #chronicpain #chronicpainwarriors #bestself
55 minutes | 6 months ago
#32: Anthony Padula, MD: rheumatology is now the new immunology: consciousness in the networks for immunity, auto-inflammation, allergy & infection
Rheumatology describes 'aches & pains' which really includes over 200 autoimmune (and auto-inflammation- what is this?! Listen in!) diseases and, since HIV-AIDs blew open the doors on research into re-discovering the immune system, now includes science ranging from tolerance to the trillions that live in and on us as our microbiome, cancer, autoimmune disease, auto-inflammation (like with chronic inflammatory response syndrome), allergies and mast cell activation, and pathogenic and/or sub-occult infections. What a 'specialty’! In today’s Podcast for Healing Neurology episode, classically-trained and triple-board certified (internal medicine, pediatrics and rheumatology) physician, Anthony Padula, brings his experience to bear on this complicated topic. Gain insight into some of the pharmacology history, like how TNFa medications were 'designed' to treat sepsis (severe infection) but resulted in elevated mortality and then were found useful for inflammation in other realms. It's similar for methotrexate designed to treat cancer can be useful as a once weekly treatment for autoimmune disease. This is foundational information we need to better understand how to address our immune system, with all of the current-day 'new' triggers like light, noise and heavy metal pollution, like microplastics in our air and water (and baby bottles-ugh!) and so many others to which we haven't evolved. It's these 'vague' irritants that can light up our system and persist chronic disease. Listen in to this fun and science-y conversation with Dr Anthony Padula, fellow Jetson Health Gut Council Member . Find more about him at his website: http://www.drpadula.com/ and more about the Jetson Health Gut Council at https://wearejetson.com/pages/jetsons-gut-health-experts
27 minutes | 7 months ago
#31 Kael Balizer: IN THIS MOMENT! Unbind the mind through the practice of EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique, aka ‘tapping’
Kael Balizer is an Ayurvedic consultant and educator as well as an astute observer of human nature. Her practice has taught her the power our mind can play in either keeping us sick or getting us well. EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique is a simple but effective method that using traditional Chinese acupuncture points and Ayurvedic Marma points to regulate our emotional state. This technique just utilizes our own bodies and minds so is available at every moment as a way to shift our thinking- in the car, at work, at home, in bed. There is an evidence base to this technique dating back 25 years and a growing interest as our world becomes more and more stressful. Tune in for an incredible introduction about how to calm your mind IN THIS MOMENT. Follow up with Kael for personalized sessions. Too often, we are playing against ourselves in this game of life- against old patterns of thinking and feeling- which always will leave us the loser. Setting ourselves free is the key to optimizing our potential and living the life we truly want. Resources: To reach Kael Balizer: https://www.ayurvedaseattle.com/ More about EFT: https://eftinternational.org/ EFT Research: https://eftinternational.org/discover-eft-tapping/eft-science-research/
63 minutes | 7 months ago
#30 Suzanne Bartlett-Hackenmiller, MD, discusses the power of nature as medicine including the research, resources and activity focus to remind you to go outside for healing
Dr Suzanne Bartlett-Hackenmiller, MD, started out as an OB/GYN but found she consistently wanted to ‘take it outside’- not common for a women’s health doctor doing pelvic exams. The outdoors continued to call to her as she raised her autistic spectrum son and was solace during and after losing her husband to cancer. It wasn’t until she found Shinrin Yoku, the Japanese Art of Forest Bathing, however, that her understanding of the true power of nature became clear. Her book, The Outdoor Adventurer’s Guide to Forest Bathing, exemplifies her unique approach to nature as medicine, be it a wilderness adventure, a plantain growing through a crack in the sidewalk, or a house plant. It includes resources (see below!) and invitations for Forest Bathing exercises like Pleasures of Presence, Sit Spot & Tea Ceremony with explanations and pictures of common, safe and local herbs. Dr Bartlett-Hackenmiller also insightfully recognizes that while outdoor adventure like hiking, biking and skiing have been for white people as of late, it's critical to decolonize our collective experience of wilderness in all directions, meaning recognizing the indigenous presence (historical, current and future) as well as being intentionally welcoming to People of Color and those with disabilities out into nature (or just getting out of their way). Throughout, Dr Bartlett-Hackenmiller weaves through the research that reflects nature as a true fourth pillar of health (diet, sleep, exercise, nature), pulling kernels out of her new one-hour open-access webinar on nature as medicine. Listen in; even better- go outside & listen as you move! Resources: Dr Suzanne Bartlett-Hackenmiller's website: https://integrativeinitiative.com/ Book link: Outdoor Adventurer's Guide to Forest Bathing: https://www.elliottbaybook.com/book/9781493042029 Blog 1hr CME on nature: https://parkrxamerica.org/continuing-education/ Association of Nature & Forest Therapy: https://www.natureandforesttherapy.org/ AllTrails App to find trails locally: https://www.alltrails.com/ ParksRx.com: https://parkrxamerica.org/ NativeLands app for finding your local names for places: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/native-land/id1194356597 Forest Bathing international: http://www.forestbathinginternational.org/ SHIFT: Shaping How we Invest For Tomorrow: https://shiftjh.org/
59 minutes | 8 months ago
#29: Jeff Granville launches his mindfulness career in desperation as his 4-year-old son needs a lumbar puncture for cancer. Now he can help you.
Jeff Granville, Mindfulness Practitioner & father of 8 children, found himself at a crossroads when his youngest son's eyes were swollen shut, had labored breathing and required an emergent lumbar puncture to establish if he could receive chemotherapy. The nurses had seen how Jeff had talked his son through earlier procedures like an IV placement, blood draw and oxygen administration and suggested to the medical team they bring him into the procedure room for the PICC line placement & lumbar puncture. What happened in that room astounded medical staff and even Jeff himself. By using mindfulness, Jeff was able to keep his son still & attentive throughout the procedure, without sedation and without restraints. This launched Jeff's interest, leading him to create his nonprofit, Mindful Presents (https://www.mindfulpresents.org/). MIndful Presents has grown to include mindfulness sessions for children, parents and families at through the Ronald McDonald house, support for Seattle Children's Hospital nurse orientation and work with the Parent Advisory Council, and lecture series through the Center for Spiritual Living. He is now available through Center for Healing Neurology for both in person and video mindfulness visits for children, adults and families. Contact Jeff to schedule: email@example.com or 360-941-7005. We are so happy to have him!
55 minutes | 8 months ago
#28 Marty Ryan, LMP, discusses the anatomy, physiology and treatment of the gut from the perspective a 26-veteran of visceral manipulation (belly massage).
Summary: Marty Ryan is a massage therapist that has specialized on the gut. In this episode, he shares insight from his two decades of listening to bellies with his hands. He lays out how gut organs, membranes, ligaments, muscles and other tissues are both held in place (so your liver doesn’t drop into your pelvis when jumping up and down) but also are allowed to slide past each other as a food bolus passes through or you do a pretzel pose in Yoga without kinking or binding. It’s a fairly mobile environment! Our bellies also hold our reproductive organs, bladder, kidneys and spleen. Bellies can be tender, hold emotion and are critical, of course, for the digestive work that literally gives us the building blocks for everything we can do & be in the world. Get to know your gut personally in this show. Marty walks us through what happens in each area of our gut, common problems with solutions including SIBO, emotional distress, motility and post-operative needs. You want to know & love your guts? This is one show not to be missed! Bio: Marty Ryan, LMT, CVMT, is a 26-year manual therapy practitioner with private practice settings in Pittsburgh PA, Louisville KY, and Seattle WA. He specializes in treating digestive system and reproductive system ailments, and post-surgery rehab, and often works together with functional medicine, naturopathic medicine, and acupuncture providers to provide more thorough care for patients. We have shared many patients over the years. Marty has taught belly massage and palpatory anatomy seminars across the US and internationally since 2003. He has also served on the faculty of the Seattle Massage School, the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and a physiotherapy college in Poznan, Poland. He will be teaching at the Therapeutic Training Center in Seattle, Washington, March 13-14 2021 about visceral applications to low back and pelvis pain + breath optimization and other bowel symptoms & dysfunction. He is dedicated to bringing the world of the abdomen & viscera into a whole new light. He blends high impact learning strategies and visceral anatomy information to integrate whole body systems physiology into belly massage. His seminars are presented with joy, laughter, gratitude, studiousness, clarity & fun. He is here to invite you to LOVE YOUR GUTS! You can find more about him and his programs at his website: loveyourguts.net, as well as his YouTube channel and facebook page, both entitled: LoveYourGutsSeminars. For more information & to sign up for seminars or visits with Marty Ryan: http://stores.theratraining.com/ryan-marty/ www.martyryanlmp.com
48 minutes | 8 months ago
27 Aly Cohen, MD talks the MOST NEEDED information about being Non-Toxic: Living Clean in a Chemical World
Dr Aly Cohen, MD’s, new book is out & you need it. She lets us in to her transition from triple-board certified internist, rheumatologist and integrative medicine doctor to non-toxic warrior, sharing that she wrote this book out of her shock and rage that the medical world doesn’t include environmental medicine in assessment or treatment of disease. She’s taken this mission seriously and is refreshingly frank about the creation, use and impacts of these chemicals. The book walks systematically through topics of prenatal care, food, air, water, medications, personal care products, gym and travel tips, giving a practical ‘to-do’ list so you can get the cliff-notes for yourself & family. In this episode, she offers us some behind-the-scenes insight into the field of rheumatology, resources and how to make step by step habitual changes to keep yourself healthy for the long-run. Dr Cohen is very funny, ‘a realist’ who colors her hair & loves her coffee but fervently applies her ‘chemical lens’ to guide you towards a ‘cleaner’ version of you. Want to know about how to choose tampons healthy for your body and simultaneously save the Earth? Listen to this show. About Dr Aly Cohen: Dr. Aly Cohen is a triple-board-certified Internist, Rheumatologist and Integrative Medicine Specialist, as well as an environmental health expert in Princeton, New Jersey. She has collaborated with the Environmental Working Group, Cancer Schmancer, and other disease-prevention organizations, and is coeditor of the textbook, Integrative Environmental Medicine, part of the Oxford University Press Weil Integrative Medicine Library. She lectures nationally on environmental health topics for elementary/ high schools, colleges/ universities, medical schools, and physician- training programs, and she is a regular expert guest for television, print, and podcasts. In 2015, she created TheSmartHuman.com to share environmental health, disease prevention, and wellness information with the public and she is working to integrate environmental health information into high school curricula nationwide. Her TEDx talk, “How to Protect Your Kids from Toxic Chemicals” can be found on YouTube, and you can follow her health and wellness tips and recommendations on Facebook at The Smart Human, Twitter, and Instagram: @thesmarthuman. Sign up for The Smart Human newsletter, read her latest posts at thesmarthuman.com and listen to her podcast The Smart Human. Dr Cohen lives on a farm in New Jersey with her husband, two sons and lots of furry friends. Resources: Aly Cohen, MD, FACR, FABoIM Founder & Medical Director-Integrative Rheumatology Associates, PC Founder & Medical Director-The Smart Human LLC. Jones/Lovell Fellow, Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine Faculty, Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM) Co-Editor/Contributor: "Integrative Environmental Medicine", Oxford University Press, 2017 Co-author: "Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World", Oxford University Press, 2020 TEDx Talk: How To Protect Your Kids from Toxic Chemicals http://www.TheSmartHuman.com www.AlyCohenMD,com
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