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Precisione: The Healthcast
42 minutes | Dec 3, 2021
Using Ayurveda to Attain Optimal Health
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Sheila Patel, Chief Medical Officer at Chopra Global Sheila Patel, M.D. is the Chief Medical Officer for Chopra and a board-certified family physician who is passionate about bringing holistic healing practices into the Western medical system. For more than a decade, she practiced full-spectrum family medicine, from prenatal care to ER coverage. As an integrative medical provider, Sheila currently offers medical consultations that combine the best in conventional medicine with the wisdom of Ayurveda. Sheila is certified as an instructor of Ayurveda, yoga, and meditation. Earlier this year she lead the opening of Chopra’s latest Whole Health Retreat inspired by Deepak’s bestselling book, Perfect Health. Located at CIVANA Wellness Resort and Spa, a "playground of well-being” in the Sonoran Desert, she teaches the centuries-old healing method of Ayurveda. What you will learn from this episode: 1) What is a dosha and why is it important 2) How can Ayurveda help you attain optimal health 3) What is the Ayurvedic approach to gut health 4) The role of detox in Ayurveda 5) How precision medicine could be applied to the Ayurvedic approach How to learn more about our guest: Chopra Whole Health Retreat IG Handles: @chopra @sheilapatelmd Website: Chopra.com Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
41 minutes | Nov 5, 2021
Getting out of the Red Zone
Guest Name and Bio: Elizabeth Lombardo, PhD Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo is the authority on how to crush your inner critic so that you can live your life with purpose, fulfillment, and True Success™ – both personally and professionally. Dr. E has personally helped numerous high-profile individuals achieve success and is considered Shaquille O’Neal’s “Head Coach for Happiness”. Through her bestselling books, online interactive training, keynote speeches, and numerous other avenues, she shares her wisdom and experience helping others to achieve great results. Having worked with many Fortune 500 companies, including the likes of Coca-Cola, Deloitte, UBS and Westinghouse, Dr. E is considered one of America’s most-trusted celebrity psychologists. As a regular contributor to the TODAY show, Good Morning America, Dr. Oz, Forbes and The New York Times, Dr. E is passionate about helping people optimize their lives, through proven methods. Dr. E lives in Chicago with her family and their dog, Bailey. What you will learn from this episode: 1) How to deal with your inner critic 2) What the meaning of true success is 3) How to effectively manage stress in difficult times 4) The impact of social media on mental health 5) What the red zone is and how we can get out of a negative mindset How to learn more about our guest: https://elizabethlombardo.com https://www.facebook.com/Dr.Elizabeth.Lombardo/ https://twitter.com/DrELombardo https://www.linkedin.com/in/drelizabethlombardo/ https://www.instagram.com/drelombardo/ Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
39 minutes | Oct 22, 2021
Unfunc Your Gut
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Peter Kozlowski As a Functional Medicine M.D., Dr. Peter Kozlowski uses a broad array of tools to find the source of the body's dysfunction: he takes the time to listen to his patients and plots their history on a timeline, considering what makes them unique and co-creating with them a truly individualized care plan. Currently he works with patients online and in person via his Chicago, Illinois and Bozeman, Montana based offices. Dr. Kozlowski did his residency in Family Practice, but started training in Functional Medicine as an intern. He trained in the clinics with leaders in his field including Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Susan Blum. His recently published book Unfunc Your Gut encapsulates his collaborative, patient-first healthcare approach—in true research-based, conversational style, it offers a blend of medical insight and the experiential wisdom of his own healing journey through addiction recovery. Overall Doc Koz inspires us off the Internet to seek and find real answers to "what's going on with my health?" and empowers readers with practical strategies (and delicious recipes) to achieve true balance of body, mind and spirit. His expertise is in gut health, but he also works daily with food sensitivities, hormone imbalances, detoxing from toxic chemicals such as heavy metals and mold, and most importantly mental, emotional, and spiritual health. What you will learn from this episode: 1) Why is the gut microbiome important 2) What is leaky gut 3) How to start planning an elimination diet 4) The role of stress in gut health 5) How to manage small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) How to learn more about our guest: Web: doc-koz.com Instagram: doc_koz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doctorkoz Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
33 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
The Gut-Mitochondria Connection
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Anurag Singh Anurag Singh is currently Chief Medical Officer at Amazentis SA, a clinical stage biotech company based in Lausanne, Switzerland that discovers and develops next generation natural compounds targeting improvements in mitochondrial health. In particular, Dr. Singh has led the clinical development program for the natural mitophagy activator, Urolithin A that led to the commercial launch of several branded consumer health products targeting improvements in cellular health. Dr. Singh received his medical training (MBBS) in Internal Medicine from the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India and a PhD in Immunology from the University of Connecticut in Farmington, Connecticut, USA. He also holds an executive MBA from EcolePolytechnique Federal de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland. He has authored >30 articles in top peer-reviewed journals, holds >10 patents and has designed and led >40 clinical trials over the last 15 yrs. What you will learn from this episode: 1) Why the mitochondria are important to our health 2) What is the best diet for the mitochondria 3) How does the gut microbiome influence the mitochondria 4) What is Urolithin A and how can it influence health 5) What is the safety and benefit profile of UrolithinA How to learn more about our guest: Web: https://www.timelinenutrition.com/ https://www.mitopure.com/ Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/timelinenutrition/ Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
45 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Understanding The Gut-Immune Connection
Guest Name and Bio: Emeran Mayer, MD Dr. Mayer is a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Executive Director of the G Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress & Resilience and Founding Director of the UCLA Brain Gut Microbiome Center. He has been one of the pioneers in the science and practice of brain gut microbiome interactions with applications in a wide range of diseases in gastrointestinal, psychiatric and neurological disorders. He has published more than 388 scientific papers and co-edited 3 scientific books. He is the recipient of the 2016 David McLean award from the American Psychosomatic Society and the 2017 Ismar Boas Medal from the German Society of Gastroenterology and Metabolic Disease. His current research interest is focused on the role of brain gut microbiome interactions in human diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, autism spectrum disorders, obesity and inflammatory bowel disease. In addition to his academic interests, Mayer has a longstanding interest in ancient healing traditions and affords them a level of respect rarely found in Western Medicine. He has been involved in documentary film productions about the Yanomami people in the Orinoco region of Venezuela, and the Asmat people in Irian Jaya. He has recently co-produced the award winning documentary “In Search of Balance” and is working on a new documentary “Interconnected Planet”. He is a strong believer in Buddhist philosophy, was a member of the UCLA Zen Center for several years, and got married in a Tibetan monastery by Choekyi Nyima Rinpoche in Kathmandu. He regularly pursues meditative practices. He has spoken at UCLA TEDx on the Mysterious Origins of Gut Feelings in 2015 and have been interviewed on National Public Radio, PBS and by many national and international media outlets including the Los Angeles and New York Times, Atlantic magazine and Stern and Spiegel Online. He is the author of the 2016 bestselling book The Mind Gut Connection published by Harper&Collins and translated in 16languages. In his recent book, The Gut Immune Connection, Mayer proposes a radical, unifying concept about the chronic disease epidemic we are finding ourselves in. He discusses how changes in our diet, lifestyle and the way we interact with the world during the last 75 years have led to a profound dysregulation of the community of trillions of microbes living in our gut, resulting in a progressive chronic activation of our immune system. This aberrant immune system activation is emerging as the root cause of our current epidemic of interrelated chronic diseases affecting every part of our body. In addition, it makes us more vulnerable to viral pandemics. He uses the One Health concept to explain the intricate interconnectedness between the microbes living in our gut, in the soil, the health of our plants and our own health. He proposes a solution to the chronic disease epidemic, which emphasizes the implementation of major lifestyle changes, and focuses on a radically different approach not only to our diet but to the world. What you will learn from this episode: 1) How the gut is connected to the immune system 2) How the gut is actually our first brain, not our second brain 3) How changes in the gut microbiome can lead to conditions like Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s disease 4) How the gut microbiome can impact mental health 5) How the serotonin in our gut microbiome can influence our health and how we feel How to learn more about our guest: emeranmayer.com uclacns.org microbiome.ucla.edu Facebook: @emeranamayer IG: #emeranamayer Linkedin: @emeranamayer Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
44 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Toxins And Resilient Health
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Valencia Porter Dr. Valencia Porter is a leader in Integrative, Preventive, and Environmental Medicine, combining ancient wisdom healing traditions with modern science. As a result of her research, clinical experience guiding thousands of patients through the Chopra Center’s signature detox program, and personal healing journey, she wrote “Resilient Health: How to Thrive in Our Toxic World” as a handbook for identifying and addressing physical, mental, and societal toxicities that are key drivers of the chronic illness epidemics affecting Western society today. Double Board Certified in General Preventive Medicine and in Integrative Medicine, she also earned a Master’s Degree in Public Health in Environmental Health and is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. As a certified practitioner of Functional Medicine and Ayurveda, she helps people find the root causes of illness and restore and support the body’s natural healing capacities through multiple modalities. Dr. Porter views pure whole foods to be a foundational building block for health and is an advocate for soil health, regenerative organic agriculture, nutritional medicine, and non-toxic cooking. She lives in Southern California with her husband and two daughters where they enjoy the outdoors and the performing arts. What you will learn from this episode: 1) How environmental toxins can impact our health 2) Why your toxic burden might be greater when experiencing menopause 3) What foods are best to help support detoxification 4) The downside of juice cleanses 5) How to detox from glyphosate and mold How to learn more about our guest: Websites and Social Media: Website: www.valenciaporter.com Social media: @VPorterMD https://www.facebook.com/VPorterMD/ https://www.instagram.com/vportermd/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQq9TEQMXl61uwJJ9c0m9nw Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
39 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
Holistic Approach to Nutrition
Guest Name and Bio: Mona Sharma Mona Sharma is a dynamic leader and entrepreneur in the health and wellness industry who works with high profile clients around the world. As Will Smith, Julianne Hough, Hrithik Roshan’s nutritionist, she has a reoccurring role on the Facebook series Red Table Talk where they profile her work with Will, and the entire Smith family’s healing journey. Having grown up living on an Ashram, Mona has seen first-hand the healing power of food and mindfulness. Her approach is rooted in this philosophy - food as medicine, movement as therapy and mindfulness as the journey to optimize health. This was the foundation that led to her recovery from two heart surgeries, debilitating anxiety and ultimately changed her career path from a high-profile corporate job. Mona is also the founder of Xicama an innovative line of functional beverage products that deliver gut health and immune boosting benefits of the superfood jicama, and broke sales records as an official beverage of Coachella 2019. What you will learn from this episode: 1) How to get started on a healthy diet 2) The role of mind-body connection in overall health 3) How to personalize your diet 4) How to approach your nutrition plan holistically 5) How food can be healing and used as medicine How to learn more about our guest: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/monasharma/ Website: https://www.monasharma.com/ XICAMA: https://xicamalife.com/ Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
38 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
Understanding Your Child’s Gut
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Alexandra Russell Dr. Russell is an integrative pediatric gastroenterologist at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. She completed her undergraduate degree and medical degree at Duke University. She then came to Vanderbilt Medical Center for residency and fellowship, while concurrently completing an Integrative Medicine fellowship from the University of Arizona. She is an assistant professor of pediatrics and does both clinical work and multidisciplinary research focusing on the pathophysiology and treatment of chronic pediatric nausea. Her work has been supported by NIH R01 funding as well as funding from Weil Foundation grants. She also serves as the Chair of the integrative medicine working group for the North American Society of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition. What you will learn from this episode: 1) What are the best ways to optimize a child’s gut microbiome 2) What are some of the causes of nausea in a child 3) How to manage digestive symptoms in the setting of POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome 4) How stress can impact a child’s gut health 5) Natural treatments that might help with a child’s digestive health How to learn more about our guest: https://pediatrics.vumc.org/person/alexandra-c-russell-md Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
51 minutes | Jul 30, 2021
Making Sense of Gut Testing
Guest Name and Bio: Kelly Moffat Kelly Moffat is Director of Microbiome Health at CosmosID (https://www.cosmosid.com/), the leader in end-to-end metagenomics analysis and solutions. She has been in the field of genomics for more than 20 years, starting at the J. Craig Venter Institute (then called TIGR) where she used molecular and bioinformatics techniques to resolve complex repeats and gap closure in the human genome project, the DNA sequencing of the first plant chromosome (Arabidopsis thaliana chromosome 2), the first rice genome published, genome analysis of Deinococcusradiodurans, a bacterium that can survive strong doses of ionizing radiation, and many other genomes. There she developed extensive experience across bioinformatics, including the use of several programming languages, several alignment tools and assemblers, bacterial epidemiological analysis and phylogeny, and whole genome shotgun metagenomics. Since 2012, Kelly has been a part of the bioinformatics team at CosmosID, where she has led many microbial identification and interpretation projects, ranging from the analysis of clinically actionable microbial infections, to the analysis of food and water borne pathogens in the environment, to SARS-CoV-2 computational analysis. Most recently, at CosmosID, Kelly now leads the microbiome health sector of the company, providing actionable and interpretable analysis of the human microbiome. She is interested in understanding the microbiome in personal health and how an individual’s unique microbiome affects and is affected by changes in overall wellness. Kelly also hosts her own podcast called The Genomics Life. What you will learn from this episode: 1) The importance of the microbiome and gut testing 2) The different ways the gut can be tested 3) What the best way to view the gut microbiome is 4) What we can learn from the gut microbiome and testing 5) What the future of gut microbiome testing might hold How to learn more about our guest: CosmosID website: https://www.cosmosid.com Twitter @cosmosid FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/cosmosid/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cosmosid/ Kelly Twitter: @kelphoto Kelly Podcast: https://linktr.ee/Kellymoffat Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
33 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Michael Broukhim Dr. Broukhim trained at the University of Arizona for his psychiatry residency and participated in the Integrative Psychiatry track for 2 years. During his training he also spent time undergoing the Integrative Psychiatry Institute’s year long fellowship program and became certified in Accelerated Resolution Therapy. He was also trained in Mentalization Based therapy and other psychotherapy techniques. Dr. Broukhim credits his Integrative residency training to aid him to bring hope to patients to change their narrative to one of health, healing, and empowerment. Dr. Broukhim is now an Adult Psychiatrist at HOPE Integrative Psychiatry and also a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Arizona What you will learn from this episode: 1) What is neuroinflammation 2) How can I treat inflammation that impacts the brain 3) Top supplements that can be used to treat neuroinflammation 4) The role of gut-brain connection in mental health 5) How trauma can impact health long term How to learn more about our guest: Website: hopepsychiatry.com Instagram: @hopeintegpsychiatry Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HopeIntegrativePsychiatry Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
37 minutes | Jul 2, 2021
Integrative Approaches to Mental Health
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Noshene Ranjbar Born and raised in Tehran, Iran until immigrating to the US in adolescence, Dr. Noshene Ranjbar developed a passion for a holistic view of medicine and healing from early on in her life. Throughout her studies and life experiences, including her own illness as well as caring for her mom who suffered from several autoimmune illnesses and cancer, to fostering children with PTSD and volunteering on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and in refugee communities, she developed a keen interest in approaches to healing trauma and advocating for holistic mental health in culturally appropriate ways. Harvard trained and board certified in General Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, and Integrative Medicine, she is currently Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona and Division Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She is co-founder of the Integrative Psychiatry Program at the UA and now serves as Training Director of the Integrative Psychiatry Fellowship and Track, as well as Medical Director of the Integrative Psychiatry Clinic at Banner-University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson. In collaboration with The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine, and as a Robert Wood Johnson Culture of Health Leader, she continues to expand her work in integrative mental health and in working with the underserved, particularly with American Indian communities as well as those seeking asylum. What you will learn from this episode: 1) What is integrative psychiatry 2) What are the best mind-body therapies 3) What natural therapies can be useful for mental health 4) The role of diet and nutrition in mental health 5) How we can learn from and use indigenous practices in modern times to help us with our mental health How to learn more about our guest: Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noshene-ranjbar-2039949/ Twitter: @NosheneMD Web: https://psychiatry.arizona.edu/profile/noshene-e-ranjbar-md https://samehereglobal.org/expert-profile-noshene-ranjbar/ https://cmbm.org/faculty-member/noshene-ranjbar-md/ Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
36 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Guest Name and Bio: KienVuu, MD KienVuu, MD— popularly known as Doctor V—is an assistant professor of Health Sciences at UCLA, speaker, media expert, and founder of VuuMD Performance and Longevity. Dr. V has been practicing medicine for over 14 years, and combines his knowledge as a doctor with his personal experiences overcoming chronic disease. Dr. V has survived remarkable odds to be here today. As an infant refugee, he survived dysentery, living on a boat for eight months when his penniless parents traveled to America. As an adult, he struggled with diabetes and high blood pressure, until an encounter with a patient changed his life and set him on a new course. Dr. V was first trained in Interventional and Diagnostic Radiology, and became an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of disease using state-of-the-art medical imaging and non-invasive surgery. Dissatisfied with the disease-based model of modern medicine, Dr V sought out additional training with world experts in nutrition, personal development, spirituality, as well as performance and longevity medicine. He also pursued fellowship training and board certification by the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. Today, Dr. V directs a concierge practice to help his clients optimize their health and rediscover their unique contributions to the world through time-tested, science-driven protocols that combine ancestral wisdom and modern medicine. Dr. V’s clientele includes corporate and professional athletes, physicians, c-suite executives, as well as known celebrities and TV personalities. When not working with clients, Dr. V is a health media expert and speaker, sharing knowledge to raise health consciousness on various platforms, including ABC News, TEDx, The Doctors, and Access Hollywood. What you will learn from this episode: 1) How to get into the “Thrive State” 2) How to optimize hormone levels and improve your libido 3) How the BioEnergetic Model for health and disease can help you optimize your health and longevity 4) What role emotions, thoughts, and mindset play in our physical health 5) What kind of eating style is most ideal for optimal health, to reduce chronic disease How to learn more about our guest: thrivestatebook.com thriveto105.com (free e-book on epigenetics) IG/Facebook/YouTube/LinkedIn/Tiktok/Twitter: @kienvuumd Website: kienvuu.com Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
35 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Guest Name and Bio: Jessica Drummond Dr. Jessica Drummond is the CEO of The Integrative Women’s Health Institute and author of Outsmart Endometriosis. She holds licenses in physical therapy and clinical nutrition and is a board certified health coach. She has 20 years of experience working with women with chronic pelvic pain, facilitates educational programs for women’s health professionals in more than 60 countries globally, and leads virtual wellness programs for people with endometriosis. Dr. Drummond lives and works with her husband and daughters between Houston, Texas, and Fairfield, Connecticut. Dr. Drummond was educated at the University of Virginia, Emory University, Duke Integrative Medicine, and Maryland University of Integrative Health. What you will learn from this episode: 1) What endometriosis is and how it can impact women’s health 2) How diet and nutrition can influence pelvic pain 3) What to do about gut symptoms that accompany pelvic pain and endometriosis 4) What the best approach is to chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis 5) What are good resources for those who need help with managing pelvic pain and endometriosis How to learn more about our guest: Links and information • Website: https://iwhi.wpengine.com/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessrdrummond • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/integrativepelvichealth • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/integrativewomenshealth/ • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicarobilottodrummond/ Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
43 minutes | May 21, 2021
When Anxiety Is Not Anxiety
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Pejman Katiraei is a board-certified pediatrician who is also boarded and fellowship trained in integrative and holistic medicine. He completed his undergraduate at UCLA and then obtained his osteopathic medical degree at Western University of Health Sciences. He completed his pediatric residency at Loma Linda University, where he stayed on Pediatric Chief Resident, and then as teaching faculty for over 4 years while he founded the Loma Linda University Wholistic Medicine Clinic. Dr. Katiraei also completed two fellowships in integrative medicine, one with the University of Arizona. Dr. Katiraei's second fellowship was in Endobiogeny, a European systems biology medical model which emphasizes the use of botanicals in management of the neuroendocrine system. Dr. Katiraei is one of a few physicians in the country with mastery of osteopathy, functional medicine, functional endocrinology, medical herbalism and more. Dr. Katiraei is now working to build Wholistic Minds, a system that will give families everywhere access to the information they need to help heal their child from severe behavioral challenges. What you will learn from this episode: 1) What environmental factors can impact a child’s behavior 2) What factors to consider when making a diagnosis of ADHD 3) The role of gut health in pediatrics 4) How to support detoxification in children 5) How to get started in helping a child with behavioral issues How to learn more about our guest: https://www.instagram.com/wholistickids/?hl=en www.wholisticminds.com Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
48 minutes | May 7, 2021
Understanding High Speed Healing
Guest Name and Bio: Debora Wayne Debora Wayne, Founder & CEO of The International Chronic Pain Institute, is a world-renowned energy healer specializing in rapid release of Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, battles with Weight, Binge-Eating, Chronic Fatigue, Insomnia and other chronic conditions. Her specialty is helping people to find and remove the Hidden Reasons that lie at the root of pain and symptoms but that often don't show up on diagnostic tests. A highly sought after speaker, and #1 Bestselling Author of “Why Do I Still Hurt? Debora has earned degrees and certifications in Psychology, Hypnotherapy, & Chemical Dependency Counseling, has 35 + years practicing and teaching Meditation, is a nationally recognized Glass Artist, a former professional Modern Dancer, Certified Yoga Instructor, and leads the Only Practitioner Training worldwide in her proprietary method known as HighSpeedHealing™ What you will learn from this episode: 1) How to address the root cause of chronic pain 2) What is the HighSpeed Healing Method 3) Why some people have a harder time getting rid of chronic pain and chronic conditions 4) What is energy healing 5) How impactful mindfulness and meditation is within a healing journey How to learn more about our guest: Social Media: FB www.facebook.com/debora.wayne AND facebook.com/painfreelivingprogram Instagram www.instagram.com/deborawayne1 You Tube www.youtube.com/deborawaynebiofieldhealinginstitute Linked In www.linkedin.com/in/deborawayne MAIN WEBSITE: www.internationalcpi.com Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
41 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Swathi Varanasi Dr. Swathi Varanasi, or Dr. Swathi for short, is a bilingual pharmacist specializing in integrative health and plant medicine. She serves as a medical consultant for CBD, botanical, and food brands; a natural medicines educator for physicians, pharmacists, and students; a published clinical researcher; and a multimedia content contributor for print and online publications. Emphasizing an evidence-based health and wellness approach, Dr. Swathi is passionate about empowering everyone to be the best, most authentic versions of themselves. What you will learn from this episode: 1) What role the endocannabinoid system plays in optimal health 2) How to figure out which type of CBD supplement might be helpful for you 3) Which cannabinoids are good for digestive health 4) The value of topical cannabinoid products 5) Where you can go to learn more about clean CBD products How to learn more about our guest: Element Apothec:https://elementapothec.com/ Dr. Swathi’s Corner:https://elementapothec.com/pages/dr-swathis-corner Website: https://www.doctorswathi.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctorswathi/ Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
37 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
The Gut-Thyroid Connection
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Christine Maren Christine Maren D.O. is a board-certified physician and the founder of a virtual functional medicine practice in Colorado, Michigan, and Texas. She is also the co-founder of Hey Mami (pronounced: “Mommy”), a platform dedicated to helping women navigate a healthy and happy motherhood. Dr. Maren was introduced to functional medicine after struggling with pregnancy complications and recurrent miscarriages. A functional medicine approach helped her address her own underlying health issues associated with gut infections, hypothyroidism, hormone imbalance and mold toxicity. Now a mother of three, she’s devoted her professional life to helping women optimize their health before pregnancy, thrive postpartum and get their lives back. Dr. Maren is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and is an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP). She is a compassionate clinician, speaker, and wellness advocate. She is married to a surgeon and together they balance rewarding careers with raising three beautiful children. What you will learn from this episode: 1) How to figure out if you have a thyroid problem 2) How the gut impacts thyroid function 3) How the gut impacts fertility and reproductive health 4) What are some of the best foods to eat if you have a thyroid problem 5) What are some of popular supplements that might support thyroid health How to learn more about our guest: Web: https://drchristinemaren.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/drchristinemaren/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/DrChristineMaren/ Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
39 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
Cracking The Beauty Code
Guest Name and Bio: Anne Marie Fine, NMD Dr. Anne Marie Fine, NMD, FAAEM is a practicing doctor, award-winning researcher, internationally recognized speaker, bestselling author, and the Founder & C.E.O. of Fine Natural Products, LLC, an integrative beauty and wellness brand that empowers women to take control of their health and beauty. She currently serves as the Vice-President of the National Association of Environmental Medicine, and Co-Medical Director of Environmental Medicine Education International, teaching global healthcare providers this emerging specialty. As well, she is a fellow of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine and a Science Advisor for the non-profit MadeSafe which is a certifying body for non-toxic products. Dr. Fine speaks and consults globally within the personal care product industry and guides companies to formulate with cleaner ingredients. Dr. Fine has been published in numerous peer-reviewed medical journals, Thrive Global, and popular magazines alike. She is featured regularly on health podcasts, radio and T.V. shows. Dr. Fine is also the international bestselling author of Cracking the Beauty Code: How to program your DNA for health, vitality, and younger-looking skin, a book that synthesizes her knowledge of skin aging, gene-environment interactions/epigenetics, and environmental medicine. What you will learn from this episode: 1) Why clean beauty products are important 2) How chemicals and toxins can be endocrine disrupting and influence hormone levels 3) How the fragrance in your beauty products could be damaging your health 4) Online resources and apps to help you source cleaner and safer beauty products 5) The role the skin and gut microbiomes play in our health and immunity How to learn more about our guest: Twitter: @drannemariefine Instagram: drannemariefine Websites: www.drannemariefine.com (beauty and skin) www.emeiglobal.com (Environmental Medicine for healthcare providers) www.envmedicine.com (for NAEM- consumers can find EM providers here) Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
31 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Clean Skin From Within
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Trevor Cates is author of the USA Today and Amazon bestselling book Clean Skin From Within and founder of The Spa Dr. natural skin care line. She received her medical degree from the National University of Natural Medicine and was the first woman licensed as a naturopathic doctor in the state of California. She currently lives in Park City, Utah where she helps patients from around the world achieve naturally glowing skin. She has been featured on various TV shows, including The Doctors and Extra TV. Dr. Cates has interviewed over 250 experts on The Spa Dr. podcast and hosted her own PBS special, Younger Skin From Within. She believes the key to healthy skin is inner and outer nourishment with natural and non-toxic ingredients. What you will learn from this episode: 1) Why our skin is considered our “magic mirror” 2) What are some factors behind imperfect skin 3) How to get started on a plan to improve your skin 4) Top food triggers for skin problems 5) What ingredients we should avoid when selecting skin and beauty products How to learn more about our guest: www.thespadr.com instagram: https://instagram.com/thespadr facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTrevorCates YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thespadr Take Dr. Cates’ skin quiz to help you learn your skin type: www.theskinquiz.com Get our free downloadable gift as a thank you for listening to this episode: Best and Worst Foods for Skin: https://thespadr.com/foods-to-eat-cheat-sheet/ Also, Dr. Cates would like our listeners to get a discount they can use at The Spa Dr.® store. To get 20% off of your entire purchase use code Save20. Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
39 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Understanding East-West Medicine
Guest Name and Bio: Dr. Andrew Shubov Dr. Andrew Shubov is director of the inpatient East-West medicine consult service at UCLA Health - Santa Monica Medical Center. As part of the service, he and other East-West medicine physicians provide acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine diagnostic and treatment strategies to critically ill hospitalized patients. He also works alongside physicians in the outpatient clinic in Westwood to bring integrative East-West medicine to complex patients with multiple medical conditions, and he sees patients part-time in the Westlake Village East-West Medicine office. He is board certified in internal medicine and integrative medicine. Dr. Shubov believes that the integrative East-West approach is an excellent companion to traditional Western medicine, as it incorporates the treatment of the whole patient and minimizes side effects of common modern therapies. He frequently works with patients who have chronic conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease, autoimmune disorders and chronic pain. Dr. Shubov obtained his medical degree from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, and completed his internal medicine residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He then completed his integrative medicine fellowship at the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Shubov is lead investigator on a multicenter double blinded randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effect of Chinese herbal medicines as well as medical mushrooms to treat COVID-19. He is also involved in research on transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation on acupuncture points for the treatment of chronic constipation and other disorders, and is also interested in research on inpatient conditions, such as advanced heart failure, autonomic dysfunction and chronic abdominal pain. What you will learn from this episode: 1) What is East-West medicine 2) What are some common therapies that could help gastrointestinal symptoms 3) The role of acupuncture in helping with headaches and gut symptoms 4) How alternative therapies can help patients in the hospital setting 5) New integrative and herbal therapies being researched in the setting of Covid-19 How to learn more about our guest: https://www.uclahealth.org/andrew-shubov Please enjoy, share, rate and review our podcast and help us bring the message about precision health care to the world!
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