#14 Stephen Brooks on How We Can Live More Efficiently Together
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Now more than ever, people are searching for a better way. A better way to live, a better way to eat, and a better way to help their fellow man. We’ve always known the answers, but we’ve somehow forgotten them along the way. We have to work together collectively to bring about a healthier planet for us all.
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All About Fitness
All About Fitness
Pete McCall
Dr. Skylar Pond - The Benefits of Chiropractic Care
The human body is made up of a number of different joints and all of them must work together as an integrated system in order for you to experience optimal pain-free movement. If certain joints like the hips or the upper-spine don't function efficiently then it could cause back pain which could be as minor as a a short-term flare up that keeps you from a workout or as serious as be long-term discomfort that severely impacts your overall quality of life. There are a number of different strategies that could help you improve your mobility and movement skill which are essential for remaining injury-free so you can enjoy your favorite activities. Dr. Skylar Pond is a Chiropractic Sports Physician who founded Sports Medicine Northwest, a clinic in Seattle, WA that helps everyone from MMA athletes to housewives achieve their highest level of performance. Dr. Pond not only has the skills to re-align the human spine but he is an athlete at heart who has played rugby, competed in CrossFit, powerlifting, kettlebell lifting, Steve Austin's Broken Skull Ranch and now practices jiu-jitsu so he knows how important pain-free movement is to those of us who enjoy pushing the limits of our physical abilities. On this episode of All About Fitness, Dr. Pond shares his experience as an athlete and knowledge of chiropractic care to provide insights about how you should approach your exercise program so you can achieve optimal performance in your life. This is a fun an educational conversation about how exercise can help you to achieve your fullest potential. FOLLOW THIS LINK to visit Dr. Pond and the virtual home of the Sports Medicine NW clinic Join Pete for 30 min. HIIT Workouts from the comfort of your own home! Wednesdays and Fridays at 12pm pacific / 3pm eastern, only $10 FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR DETAILS Dynamic Anatomy e-book understand how your body functions during exercise for only $11! Want to learn the best exercises for your glutes? FOLLOW THIS LINK for Glute Reboot, a recorded webinar with Pete McCall and Abbie Appel on everything you need to know about exercise for the most visible part of your body! Interested in the Smarter Workouts 6-week Virtual Group Training program? Go to www.petemccallfitness.com and sign up for the mailing list - you'll get a free chapter of the book and will be the first to know when the program is ready to launch! What's the best way to exercise your inner thigh muscles? Are crunches the best exercise for your abs? FOLLOW THIS LINK to the recorded webinar on Dynamic Anatomy, it includes a copy of the Dynamic Anatomy e-book that will help you understand how your muscles function during exercise. $27 Do you need new ideas for your workouts? Do you want an exercise program that can deliver results without putting you in pain? Each one of the All About Fitness 8-week exercise programs is designed for how your muscles actually function, helping you to gain strength, improve definition and burn calories while slowing down the effects of time on your body 8 week Dumbbell Strength Training - only $12 8 week Kettlebell Conditioning - only $12 8 week Functional Core Training - only $12 To learn how to design exercise programs using only 1 piece of equipment, pick up a copy of Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple Free information and workouts on the All About Fitness podcast YouTube channel - including this recorded webinar on how high intensity exercise can slow down the aging process: https://youtu.be/F6rd-1SCjtc Go to www.petemccallfitness.com and sign up for the mailing list to receive a FREE CHAPTER and workout from my book Smarter Workouts @PeteMcCall_fitness on Instagram to learn great exercise tips and workout ideas
1 hr 4 min
Ordinary Vegan Podcast
Ordinary Vegan Podcast
Nancy Montuori
Ordinary Vegan Podcast #88-Soup Enhancing Tips To Liven Up Your Vegan Soups
Several studies that have tested the effects of consuming soup on a regular basis found that routinely eating soup can reduce energy intake, enhance satiety, and promote weight loss. Vegan soups are especially satiating because high fiber vegetables are high volume foods. This is called energy density. Energy density is the number of calories in a particular weight of food. It means you can have satisfying portions of low-energy-dense foods with a relatively low-calorie content. Such high fiber foods like broccoli, squash, peas, cabbage, spinach and sweet potatoes are high volume foods. They add bulk to your meals and fill up your stomach without a lot of calories. They also keep you full longer. And vegan soups don't have to be boring. There are a lot of ways to liven them up, so today's podcast is dedicated to vegan soup enhancing tips along with: * Using aromatics to add depth and flavor * Why soup is only good as your broth * Using seeds to add flavor * Whole grains to elevate heartiness * Umami flavors * Crunch and brightness * Soup and immunity * Velvety Red Lentil Soup with Cherry Tomatoes & Shredded Coconut * Garlic Broth recipe (below) * Vegetable Cooking Chart Thank you for joining me today. For recipes and inspiration, follow me on Instagram and Facebook. Additionally, you can find my new book "The Easy 5 Ingredient Vegan Cookbook" HERE and all my vegan CBD products from hemp on my website. You can purchase my vegan, organic line of CBD products on my website. CBD Oil from hemp has shown substantial promise in helping people build an immune system that is fortress strong. Hope it can help you. Thank you to Osea Malibu for sponsoring this podcast. Head over to Oseamalibu.com/ordinaryvegan10 to receive 10% off your purchase of $50.00 or more. Good until December 21, 2020. Also, please share this podcast so our community can grow. And if you have time, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. The more reviews we receive, the better chance of spreading the compassion one plant-based meal at a time. Please stay strong and stay well!
20 min
Redefining Strength Fitness Hacks
Redefining Strength Fitness Hacks
Redefining Strength | Cori Lefkowith
FHP S2: E39 - The Blame Game
Whether we succeed or we fail, ultimately? Well ultimately we are to blame. However, it isn’t easy to accept that we are at fault. It’s way easier to blame outside factors… We didn’t have enough time. The plan was flawed. Work or life obligations got in the way. But guess what? It’s still your fault no matter how “real” or valid the excuses are. And that should actually be a positive thing if we truly want to make a change. Because it then means that ultimately YOU are in CONTROL. When we blame outside forces, we give them the power. We give them power, because we don’t want to be at fault. It sucks admitting you failed. It’s hard to realize we sucked at something. Or didn’t stick to the plan. It’s suck to admit we have a weakness. But when you admit it’s your own flaw? You also gain control of your future. You then have the power to CHANGE your situation. That control, and the acceptance of your failures, is what ultimately leads to your success. Those that succeed honestly often don’t really have a better plan. They didn’t have perfect timing. Shit got in the way and they had countless setbacks. But they owned their failures. Blamed themselves and not things outside of their control. And they put in the work to make the changes. Stop blaming everything but yourself. Because ultimately YOU are in control. Ultimately only you can choose how to react to a situation. Only you can choose to move forward.
3 min
Plant Proof -  Evidence based nutrition
Plant Proof - Evidence based nutrition
Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
Can holistic grazing reverse climate change? A review of Kiss the Ground
In *Episode 111 *I sit down with Environmental Researcher Nicholas Carter to discuss claims made in the Kiss the Ground documentary that was released on Netflix a few weeks ago. *Specifically we cover:* * The claims made by the documentary around reversal of climate change * Pro's and Con's of the solutions put forward by the documentary * Holistic grazing and carbon sequestration * Alan Savory and science * Importance of conservation and restoration of forests * Grasslands versus forests for carbon sequestration * What a shift to holistic grazing would mean for diets globally * The evidence based way for individuals to lower their food based environmental footprint * and much more *Resources:* * FCRN Grazed and Confused Report * Paul Hawken's Drawdown Review solutions - Sort by impact and you will see Plant-Rich diets are in the top 4 of all solutions in both scenario 1 and scenario 2 that they put forward. * Maria Nordborg's review of Holistic Grazing and Alan Savory's claims * Tim Searchinger's paper on land use * Matthew Hayek's paper on what a shift from factory farmed cows to grazing cows means for beef supply * Database of environmental science articles on food and planetary health compiled by Dr Tushar Mehta and Nicholas Carter * An expansive article I wrote on our food system and climate change *Book:* My book is coming out early 2021 published with Penguin - I cannot wait to share with you. In the lead up the launch I am going to share information about the title, cover, ways to win a copy, live event dates, free e-books etc. Register your email here so I can keep you up to date. *Want to support the show?* The single best way you can support the show is by leaving a review on Apple podcast app - it only takes a few minutes and would be much appreciated. *Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Physiotherapist * Creator of Plantproof.com - a free resource for plant based nutrition information
1 hr 20 min
Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
Dr. Eric Berg
Forget LDL - Focus on Remnant Cholesterol
Talk to a Dr. Berg Keto Consultant today and get the help you need on your journey (free consultation). Call 1-540-299-1557 with your questions about Keto, Intermittent Fasting, or the use of Dr. Berg products. Consultants are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 9 pm EST. Saturday & Sunday 9 am to 5 pm EST. USA Only. Get Dr. Berg's Veggie Solution today! • Flavored (Sweetened) - https://shop.drberg.com/veggie-solution-flavored-sweetened?utm_source=Podcast   • Plain (Unflavored) - https://shop.drberg.com/veggie-solution-plain?utm_source=Podcast  Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course! In this podcast, Dr. Berg talks about Remnant Cholesterol. It is one of the best indicator of mortality, and is very Atherogenic which means it create plaquing or problems with the arteries. It is the plasma cholesterol or the cholesterol in the blood that is not HDL or LDL. Too much sugar or insulin could create a lot more extra cholesterol.  How to Find the Remnant Cholesterol: Take the total cholesterol and minus your HDL and LDL  • Less than 17: Optimal  • 18 – 23: Okay  • 24 – 29: Concerning  • Greater than 30: Very Concerning  Remnant Cholesterol: http://bit.ly/2TB7M43  Dave Feldman on Cholesterol Code: http://bit.ly/2ULTVrW Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional & natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government & the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning. FACEBOOK: fb.me/DrEricBerg?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Post&utm_campaign=Daily%20Post YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/drericberg123?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor DR. BERG'S SHOP: https://shop.drberg.com/?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor MESSENGER: https://www.messenger.com/t/drericberg?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor
4 min
The Whole View
The Whole View
Stacy Toth and Sarah Ballantyne
Episode 427: The Link Between IBS and Osteoporosis
The Whole View, Episode 427: The Link Between IBS and Osteoporosis Welcome back to episode 427 of the Whole View. (0:34) Stacy shares that she's the one who actually requested this topic. Stacy says she has many people in her life with gut-related issues. Yet she doesn't really know the difference between IBS, IBD, Crohn's, and Colitis. She's not sure how she's gotten to this point. But she does know she needs to take a step forward in her knowledge base. Stacy and Sarah talk about gut health on this show because of how important it is. And just like the universe, the knowledge on this is ever-expanding. Stacy believes that this topic is foundational to understanding gut health. Sarah shares she's been researching the gut microbiome for over six years. When she decided to write a book about it, she thought it would be the same amount of information as in her other books. However, she's found that it changed her perspective on literally everything she and Stacy talk about. Sarah thinks she's finally at a place in her research where she finally has a handle on the vast amount of research there is out there. Listener Question Regarding Osteoporosis Sarah dives in with a listener question. (5:05) "Sarah and Stacy- I am so inspired by your podcast. My husband and I have been listening for years. We binged them all initially, and now listen weekly while preparing dinners together. We have benefited greatly from your advice and recommended products. I have Sarah’s Paleo Approach and sleep books, we use our Joovv everyday, I switched us all to safer Beautycounter products from Stacy about two years ago. So thank you for making such a positive difference in our lives! My mother was just diagnosed with full blown osteoporosis, notably in her right femur bone. Her bone test four years ago was healthy. My question is whether her struggles with IBS and gut health might have played a role in her diagnosis, and what could she do now to improve it?" Stacy jokes about how much she loves nice, positive, complimentary questions. She suggests that before they get into answering the question directly, they look at the root cause. There is a reason that osteoporosis exists, and it's something they've discussed on previous shows, as well as nutrient deficiencies. This inevitably leads to IBS and other issues, and how that plays into nutrient deficiencies. Stacy suggests they back and talk a bit about those other gut-related issues first. Sarah agrees that explaining the issue is a lot like a spiderweb. It has many different threads coming out of the middle and linking many of the other conditions. What Are The Differences? Sarah goes back to Stacy's questions at the beginning of the show, regarding the differences between IBS, IBD, Crohn's, and ulcerative colitis. (7:53) IBD stands for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, while IBS stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Crohn's and ulcerative colitis are included under IBD. What separates them is which part of the bowel is impacted by the autoimmune diseases. Celiac disease is not characterized as an IBD due to its link with gluten as a trigger but is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammation in the bowel. Sarah goes on to explain that IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion. It's the label given once all other bowel issues are tested for and ruled out. Sarah expresses how frustrating IBS can be because it's such a catch-all. You go in with an irritable gut, and when you test negative for all the things they can test for, they go, "congratulations, you have an irritable gut. Sarah shares her personal story of getting diagnosed with IBS-C. It can be classified as diarrhea-predominant (IBS-D), constipation-predominant (IBS-C), with alternating stool pattern (IBS-A). People can experience: * Abdominal pain, cramping, or discomfort * Gastrointestinal: change in bowel habits, constipation, diarrhea, inability to empty bowels, indigestion, nausea, passing excessive amounts of gas, or urgent need to defecate * Also common: anxiety, depression, discomfort, loss of appetite, or symptoms alleviated by defecation Stacy asks Sarah whether the depression she spoke of could be caused directly by gut health issues or as a side effect of the symptoms' discomfort. Sarah shares some of the research that emerged in recent years that points to possible causes. Possible Causes of IBS IBS might not be just one thing, but possibly a bunch of different things that all get a diagnosis of exclusion label. (16:40) Sarah goes on to explain that the research in the last 10 years has pointed to two main possible causes that are probably closely related. And are also a probable link to IBS and other health issues, including mental health. Food Intolerance Sarah says one of the most common factors causing IBS patients' symptoms is a food intolerance, with some studies reporting it in up to 89% of their patients. Patients with IBS understand that specific types of food trigger their symptoms: usually. These include legumes, vegetables, lactose-containing foods, fatty foods, stone fruits, and artificial sweeteners. This includes food allergies and is studied via blood tests and trial and error removal. Another way this is often studied and combated is by putting people on low FODMAP and gluten-free diets, which have shown greater even results. Stacy takes a moment to underline the fact that there are medications out there that don't even have the 70% improvement rate that these dietary changes do. Stacy wonders how many doctors are prescribing low FODMAP diets. Sarah shares that she doesn't have those numbers, but she can say no one talked diet with her through her IBS experience. Stacy shares when you struggle with these symptoms for so long, you don't really know what "normal" is. Often, doctors aren't given information and description that would prove helpful because nothing is out of the ordinary to the patient. Sarah explains that the issue here is that IBS is kind of a useless diagnosis because there are so many shades of it. 24:57 Sarah thinks that one of the things adding to this percentage of success is that many people who see improvement by going on a low FODMAP diet have never tried changing their diets before that point. She said that the reason so many people might be responding to a FODMAP diet is that they're eliminating wheat from their diets. FODMAP intolerance is most typically caused by gut dysbiosis, which co-occurs (chicken vs egg) with stress, poor digestion, leaky gut. Gut Dysbiosis This growing body of literature shows that with IBS, there is a loss of bacterial diversity, the establishment of problematic and opportunistic pathogens-like species in the gut, a lack of probiotic species, and many other things we know are associated with health conditions in general. (26:24) That kind of imbalance in the microbial community in the gut by itself can drive IBS symptoms but can also explain the reactions we see in dietary interventions. About 60% of the inputs that determine what bacteria are growing in our digestive tract is diet. And the other 40% is lifestyle, exposures (environmental toxins, supplements, drugs, hormones), stress, sleep, etc. Sarah explains that the gut microbiome's composition can shift dramatically in just a few days or weeks, depending on what the "starting microbiome" looks like. What happens in the gut microbiome when diet changes are made is it's finding a new equilibrium. This eventually reaches stability in about six months. Unknown vitamin deficiencies (such as Vitamin D), lifestyle factors, and heavy metal or pesticide exposure are also known to drive gut dysbiosis. Sarah explains that this means you might have a gut-bacterial-profile that produces a lot more gas when you consume gluten or a FODMAP-rich food. Sarah sums up that FODMAP intolerance is basically a measurement of gut dysbiosis. The Unrealized Impact Stacy shares how she's rece…
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