The Case for Keto with special guest Gary Taubes
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Best selling author Gary Taubes shares his findings from new book The Case For Keto, of why many of us need to eat fewer carbohydrates and more healthy fat to lose weight and stay healthy.

The Ultimate Health Podcast
The Ultimate Health Podcast
Jesse Chappus
396: Cal Newport - A World Without Email Is Coming
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: Cal Newport is an associate professor of computer science at Georgetown University, where he specializes in the theory of distributed systems, as well as a New York Times bestselling author who writes for a broader audience about the intersection of technology and culture. He’s the author of seven books, including Digital Minimalism and Deep Work, which have been published in over thirty languages. Cal’s also a regular contributor on these topics to national publications such as The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Wired, and is a frequent guest on NPR. His blog, Study Hacks, which he’s been publishing since 2007, attracts over three million visits a year and his podcast, Deep Questions with Cal Newport, has just surpassed 1 million downloads after launching in May 2020. Today we're discussing topics from Cal's latest book, A World Without Email. In this episode, we discuss: * A world without email * The importance of undistracted focus * The history of email * What is the hyperactive hive mind? * The influence of smartphones on email response times * Solve the problem by fixing the processes * Clarity trumps accessibility * Knowledge work is different than industrial work * When the hive mind style of interaction works * Process redesign is a pain in the short-term but worth it in the long-term * The older model of doing less * The artificial way of collaborating * It’s a cognitive catastrophe to check your inbox & Slack every 5-6 minutes * Set up a communication protocol * The misinterpretation of email communication * How to resolve inbox ping-pong * Email filters vs. email autoresponders * Overhaul your email inbox * How to deal with non-interactive emails * Email addresses should be tied to a function not an individual * Setting boundaries for responding to emails * It’s the workflow, not the inbox * Cal’s recommendations for scheduling software * The future of communication & productivity Show sponsors: BLUblox <== 15% off the world's most advanced blue light glasses Paleovalley <== 15% off all Paleovalley products by using the code ultimatehealth at checkout Organifi <== 20% off all Organifi products Related links: Cal Newport - A World Without Email (book) Cal Newport's website Cal Newport - Digital Minimalism (book) Cal Newport - Deep Work (book) Cal Newport (books) Deep Questions with Cal Newport (podcast) Listen to Cal Newport previously on TUHP (episode #286) Leslie Perlow - Sleeping With Your Smartphone (book) Tim Ferriss (books) Merlin Mann - Inbox Zero Slack Cal Newport - Slack Is The Right Tool For The Wrong Way To Work (The New Yorker article) Peter Drucker (books) David Allen (books) Henry Ford Trello Calendly Rescue Time Dave Ramsey (books) Instapaper Acuity Scheduling OnceHub (Schedule Once) Related episodes: 355: Celeste Headlee – Break Away From Overworking, Overdoing, & Underliving 318: Michael Hyatt – Achieve More By Doing Less, Work Productivity Hacks, The Power Of Constraints 298: Kate Northrup – Do Less, Surrender Your Control, Yoga Nidra 250: Greg McKeown – Essentialism • The Joy of Missing Out (JOMO) • The Cost of Saying Yes 097: John Lee Dumas – A Solid Morning Routine Begins The Night Before • Don’t Fall Prey To Imposter Syndrome • Setting and accomplishing BIG goals Note: Some of the links above are affiliate links. Making a purchase through these links won't cost you anything but we will receive a small commission. This is an easy, free way of supporting the podcast. Thank you! How can you support our podcast? 1. Apple users, please subscribe and review our show on Apple Podcasts, we make sure to read them all. Android users, be sure to subscribe to our show on Google Podcasts. Subscribers never miss any of the action ;) 2. Tell a friend about The Ultimate Health Podcast. They will surely thank you later. You can use the envelope button below to email a friend or tell them about TUHP in person. 3. Join TUHP Facebook community (FREE). This is where we all stay in touch and ask questions in between episodes. Join our community. 4. Follow our adventures on our favourite social media platform, Instagram. 5. Download The Ultimate Health Podcast app (FREE). This way you'll have our whole library of episodes right at your fingertips. Download our iOS/Apple app or our Android app. 6. Share using the buttons below. Thank you!
1 hr 20 min
Half Size Me
Half Size Me
Heather A. Robertson
How To Reach An Achievable Weight | HSM 473
In episode 473 of The Half Size Me™ Show, Heather talks with Teresa about how to reach an achievable weight and how much weight she’s lost since 2014  what happened when she went on a Mediterranean cruise why she struggles to get back to her calorie deficit what happened after her foot surgery  and more! Do you want to get support and connection at a price you can afford? Then check out the Half Size Me Community here: About Half Size Me The Half Size Me™ Show is a weekly podcast. It will inspire and motivate you no matter where you are in your weight loss journey. Whether you're just getting started losing weight or having worked on your health and wellness for years, this show is for you! The Half Size Me Show is hosted by Heather Robertson, who lost 170 pounds over a period of about 5 years. Heather did it by learning new eating habits, getting regular exercise, and changing her mindset. On her popular weekly podcast, The Half Size Me Show, Heather shares her own lessons and struggles with you, and she shows you how to handle the real challenge of any weight loss journey... weight maintenance. Be sure to subscribe to The Half Size Me Show and join Heather every week as she shares information, inspiration, coaching, and conversations with REAL people who've learned weight loss isn't only about losing pounds, it's about finding yourself. Disclaimer: Heather is not a doctor, nurse, or certified health professional. What worked for her or her guests may not work for you. Please talk with your doctor, dietician, or other certified health professionals when seeking advice about your own weight loss or weight maintenance plan. All information included in The Half Size Me™ Podcast and on is for informational and inspirational purposes only. For additional disclaimer information, please visit To contact Heather about the show, please click here to use the contact form.
47 min
Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
Dr. Mariza Snyder
257: Reduce inflammation, Recharge Metabolism and Create Balance with Intuitive Fasting w/ Dr. Will Cole
If You Want To Start Allowing Your Body To Do What It Was Created For You Should: * Use Dr. Will’s 4-week fasting guide to clean out your cells * Start listening for your intuition and making notes of the foods that make your body feel great * Find your own sweet spot when it comes to metabolic flexibility and fueling your body with what feels good for you * Integrate wellness into your life infused with a true knowledge of what your body loves and hates If you want to feel good, have energy throughout the entire day, get a good night's sleep, and successfully achieve your ideal weight, it is essential to get your inflammatory levels under control. Inflammation is the driver of most major diseases, but the good news is that you can use food and fasting to fight inflammation and regulate your hormones. Gain Metabolic Flexibility and Find Food Peace Dr. Will Cole is a leading functional-medicine expert who consults people worldwide and specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors of chronic disease and customizing a functional medicine approach. His new book, Intuitive Fasting, shows how to use the powerful benefits of flexible intermittent fasting to gain metabolic flexibility and find food peace. Intuition Is Key We all have an inflammatory response system that is unique to us, which is why Dr. Will encourages the use of intuitive fasting to learn what your body loves and hates. Fasting allows your cells to clean things up and allows your body to burn fat for fuel first and sugar for fuel when you need it. Dr. Will wants you to use fasting as a way to grow in your intuitive awareness of what feels good for your body specifically so that you can adopt fasting practices into your life long term. The combination of flexible, vacillating, intermittent fasting, along with a nutrient-rich ketotarian diet, can help you find your unique sweet spot, increase your metabolic flexibility, and fuel your body with the foods you love. Not Another Fad Diet While the idea of fasting may seem like another fad diet, it couldn’t be further from that. Our bodies and genetics are designed to make the most of fasting in a healthy way, and the benefits of fasting are literally coded into our DNA. In addition to fasting, a ketotarian diet can mimic the same benefits of fasting, allowing for more powerful results. Finding the right foods for your body and when to eat them can help stop inflammation in its tracks and allow you to really get aligned with what your body needs from you. Have you ever tried fasting? Are you looking to have your intuition guide you in the way you take back control of your health? Share your thoughts on Dr. Will Cole’s Intuitive Fasting framework with me in the comments section of the episode page. Quotes: “Stress eating isn’t intuitive eating. And I want people to get to a place of intuition, a deep knowledge of what their body loves and what their body hates. And a great way to still that noise, to quiet and calm that noise, to recenter yourself and ground yourself, is intermittent fasting or intuitive fasting.” (8:53) “We are all going to be coming into this system of intuitive fasting at different points in our wellness journey.” (12:49) “This is not a fad diet where we are just punishing our body with deep fasts. We are finding that balance, and that is where metabolic flexibility resides.” (18:35) “I really want to encourage people, whether you are going through the things we are talking about or you know someone you love, really wake people up to the fact that these things are overcomeable, improvable, supportable things! And your body is amazingly resilient.” (24:09) “Through the pairing of flexible intermittent fasting and a clean ketogenic diet and clean carb cycling, from there, you can really know what your body loves and what your body hates. You will have a clear knowing, and that to me transcends a protocol or a diet or a plan.” (30:49) In This Episode * How to start intuitive fasting and why it works so well for gaining metabolic flexibility (7:10) * Recommendations for your fasting journey after the initial first four weeks (12:32) * Which life-giving foods you should be focusing on and how you should be eating (14:10) * Benefits that you can expect when increasing your metabolic flexibility through fasting (19:20) * Why becoming more intuitive about your health is the cornerstone of sustainable wellness (29:40) Resources Mentioned: Dr. Will Cole Website Intuitive Fasting by Dr. Will Cole Follow Dr. Will on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Related Episodes: Essentially You Episode #133: Understanding Inflammation and Your Individual Food Triggers with Dr. Will Cole Essentially You Episode #32: Calm Inflammation with the Ketotarian Diet with Dr. Will Cole Other Resources: Check out the full show notes page Keep up with everything Dr. Mariza Follow Dr. Mariza on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative
37 min
The Flipping 50 Show
The Flipping 50 Show
Debra Atkinson
Can Genetics Optimize Your Exercise? Is Your HIIT Rated PG?
Could knowing your DNA or genetics optimize your exercise programming? I’m a fan of course. DNA testing results can be an eye-opener about exercise, as well as optimal eating, sleep, and even supplementation considerations. What are you predisposed for? Beyond that is the subtitle today, why some people get fatter with more exercise, that got your attention. You'll love this episode with my guest Dr. Sam Shay. This episode is all about you... and unlike hormones and situations in life, it's something you can always rely on. Unlike lab tests, your DNA snips don’t change so you can test once and find it supports your compliance following what you know to be right and easily rejecting fads and trends all wrong for you. My Guest: Dr. Sam Shay, DC, IFMCP helps busy, health-conscious entrepreneurs and mom-preneurs increase their energy, resilience, and "Stop-The-Clock" from the effects of aging, so they can create and sustain a healthy and free life. Dr. Shay has dedicated his life to helping others through functional medicine and functional genetics. He has recently authored a new eBook on Genetics where you can learn the different types of genetics-based weight gain, how to future proof your brain, food triggers, how to genetically determine your optimal carb-tolerance, vitamin D absorption*, and immunity support.* * both so important to us in this moment of time we're in and forever will be We’ll share how you can get access to that free book later in the podcast and that link will be in the show notes. Questions we answer in this episode: * How is your genetics approach different from others? * Your ebook talks about the 3 different genetic ‘weight loss types’. Can you describe them and how women who aim to be fit, healthy, and at an ideal weight in menopause and beyond may be doing things against their own genetics? * Can you explain how for some women, the more they exercise, the fatter or more ‘washed out’ their muscles are? Some – who are still cycling - even have their menstrual cycles get worse? * Some listeners will wonder, can’t you just get this info from 23AndMe or Ancestry? * How can listeners get in touch with you to learn more about their genetics? Free Book for Listeners: Get your free copy of Dr. Sam Shay's ebook: "Your Missing Genes: The Revolutionary Method to find your ideal diet, balanced weight, and help "Stop-The-Clock" of the effects of Aging,” available at Social media Listeners: Would you love to have Sam back to talk about addiction? Leave your comment below the show notes at You may also like: How Can DNA Testing Improve Your Fitness? The Aging Athlete and Fitness Enthusiast Upcoming Programs: STRONGER - 12 weeks to better muscle, bones, and energy
38 min
The mindbodygreen Podcast
The mindbodygreen Podcast
287: What science says about the afterlife | Bruce Greyson, M.D., the world’s leading expert on near-death experiences
Bruce Greyson, M.D.: “There's definitely a lot more going on than just the physical world. I don't see how there's any question about that.” Greyson, the world's most leading expert on near-death experiences, joins mbg co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss what he's learned from studying near-death experiences (NDEs) for 50 years, plus: *The most common patterns with people who have NDEs* *How NDEs can teach us about what the afterlife looks like* *What "seeing the light" really means* *Whether you really see deceased loved ones on the other side* *Why those who have NDEs lose their fear of death* Referenced in the episode: -Greyson's book, After. -The Netflix docuseries, Surviving Death, where Greyson makes an appearance. -mbg Podcast episode #211, with Roxanna Namavar, D.O. -Raymond Moody, M.D., Ph.D.'s book, Life After Life. -Greyson's research on NDEs and attempted suicide.  Don't forget to use the code NR25 for 25% off your first month subscription of mbg's nr+. Our game-changing formula supports cellular rejuvenation, promotes youthful skin from within, and manages the size of wrinkles. Jason swears by it, and he's even noticed less fine lines around his eyes. To learn more, visit Enjoy this episode! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at:
42 min
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
Physicians Committee
Best and Worst Foods for Alzheimer’s Disease | Drs. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai
Eating fast food can be traumatic for the brain. In turn, the toxicity can increase the chance that you may develop Alzheimer’s disease. On this episode of The Exam Room™, Drs. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai join “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll to explain why foods loaded with fat, sugar and salt can send brain cells into a frenzy! These are the very foods that are staples of the standard American diet! You will also learn the enormous number of calories the brain burns every day and how much better it can function by eating a healthy diet that contains plenty of whole fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes. Eating these foods every day can also dramatically reduce the odds that you will become one of the millions of Americans who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Plus, Team Sherzai, authors of The 30-Day Alzheimer’s Solution, reveals the brain power boosting foods you need to bring home to your kitchen! — — — 30 Day Alzheimer’s Solution Book — — — Team Sherzai IG: @sherzaimd Twitter: @SherzaiMD — — — PCRM Alzheimer’s Resources — — — International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine 2021 Register: — — — Chuck Carroll IG: @ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: @ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: — — — Barnard Medical Center Telemedicine Schedule Appointment 202-527-7500 — — — Physicians Committee Twitter: @PCRM IG: @PhysiciansCommittee Facebook: YouTube: — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or many other podcast providers. Don’t forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
58 min
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
Dhru Purohit
Treating Addiction, Depression, and Anxiety with Psychedelics (Minisode #25)
We’re all just trying to figure out what this world and this life are all about, and do our best at living well. At least I know I am! But wouldn’t it be nice to have a little help when it comes to recovering from traumas, treating anxiety and depression, understanding spirituality on a new level, successfully overcoming addiction, and even reducing our fear of death? Well, research and clinical trials in the field of psychedelics is showing that we can.  Psychedelics were the subject of serious medical research in the 1940s to the 1960s, when many scientists believed some of the mind-bending compounds held tremendous therapeutic promise for treating a number of conditions including severe mental health problems and alcohol addiction. By the mid-60s, research into psychedelics was shut down for decades. After the blackout ended, the doctor we have on the podcast today was among the first to initiate a new series of studies on psilocybin—the psychoactive compound in “magic” mushrooms. On today’s mini-episode, Dhru speaks with Dr. Roland Griffiths, a Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurosciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Griffiths’ principle research focus in both clinical and preclinical laboratories has been on the behavioral and subjective effects of mood-altering drugs.  His research has been largely supported by grants from the National Institute of Health, and he is the author of over 360 journal articles and book chapters. In 1999 he initiated a research program at Johns Hopkins investigating the effects of the classic hallucinogen psilocybin that includes studies of psilocybin-occasioned mystical-type experiences in healthy volunteers, psilocybin-facilitated treatment of psychological distress in cancer patients, psilocybin-facilitated treatment of cigarette smoking cessation, and psilocybin effects in long-term meditators. In this episode, we discuss the therapeutic benefits of psilocybin for the treatment of addiction, and how a single dose of psilocybin substantially diminished depression and anxiety in cancer patients.  Find Dhru’s full-length conversation with Dr. Roland Griffiths here: For more on Dhru Purohit, be sure to follow him on Instagram @dhrupurohit, on Facebook @dhruxpurohit, on Twitter @dhrupurohit, and on YouTube @dhrupurohit. You can also text Dhru at (302) 200-5643 or click here Interested in joining Dhru’s Broken Brain Podcast Facebook Community? Submit your request to join here: This episode is brought to you by the Pegan Shake. How you start your morning sets the tone for the day. I’m a huge fan of morning routines because I think they can transform your ability to focus, sleep well, and get the most out of your day, especially in this busy, modern world.  What I’ve found is that the best way to begin your day is to feed your body the right information or the right nutrients. That’s why Dr. Hyman and I created the Pegan Shake. It’s a nutritionally packed morning blend designed to support healthy blood sugar, energy, and brainpower.   It contains some of my most favorite brain-boosting foods like MCT and avocado. It also features acacia fiber for healthy gut function and collagen, pumpkin, and pea protein to support muscle synthesis. Check it out at See for privacy and opt-out information.
14 min
The Whole View
The Whole View
Stacy Toth and Sarah Ballantyne
Episode 445: What Supplements to Take on the AIP?
The Whole View, Episode 445: What Supplements to Take on the AIP? Welcome back to episode 445! (0:28) This week is all about supporting your health from the perspective of what you can control. And what you can work with medical professionals on to optimize your own health as much as possible. Specifically, Stacy and Sarah will be discussing supplements on the autoimmune protocol (AIP) or have been previously and are now in more of a maintenance mode. Stacy remembers when she first encountered coming across this topic while struggling with digestive issues. She was not absorbing anything from the food she was ingesting. This caused her to have to re-nourish herself through the use of supplements. She reminds listeners that what they go over in this show is not har-and-fast. As situations, health, and age change, your needs will change as well. Both Stacy and Sarah are not medical professionals. So be sure to touch base with your doctor when taking your health into your own hands. Sarah shares a comment from a member of the Patreon family that she feels sums up the approach she and Stacy takes toward this show. Today's Sponsor One of Stacy and Sarah's favorite supplement brands, Just Thrive, agreed to sponsor today's show! (2:30) They are currently offering Whole View listeners 15% off their order using code THEWHOLEVIEW or you can follow the link above. Bacillus bacteria are particularly important for gut health, even creating an environment where other probiotic species (like the Lactobacillus in sauerkraut) can thrive. Historically, we were exposed to Bacillus in dirt, but in our modern, sterile environments, Just Thrive probiotic has got us covered (no eating dirt necessary!). Not only is Just Thrive a potent probiotic, but it also contains a novel strain, Bacillus indicus (HU36), that produces antioxidants and vitamins right inside of the intestines, including lycopene, lutein, astaxanthin, zeaxanthin, beta-carotene, B vitamins, and vitamin K2! It can help people with IBS symptoms, digestion, infection, healthy gut, cholesterol, and so much more. The individual Bacillus strains delivered by Just Thrive have been extensively studied; plus, the good folks behind Just Thrive have published a human clinical trial showing these strains can reduce leaky gut. They have 11 other human clinical trials ongoing, which is incredible to see in the supplement industry. Other shows sponsored by Just Thrive worth checking out: * 346: Can You Have A Healthy Gut If You Don't Eat Paleo * 417: Vitamin K2 - Hype or Essential Other shows on supplements: * 61: Supplements * 234: Will I Have To Supplement Forever? Listener Question: A follow-up question from a previous show on Vitamin D inspired the topic of today's show. (12:42). Listener Sarah says: I am wondering what vitamin D supplement you recommend? When starting aip I was still taking my regular one but realized it had soy in it. I just listened to the vitamin D episode and realize how important it is for skin health. I need to get a new one and wanted to see what you recommend. I'm already doing Vital Proteins collagen, zinc, and fermented cod liver oil supplements. Anything else you recommend? I'm 3 weeks in and feel a lot better!! But I do miss eggs, chocolate, and rice cooked with homemade broth the most!! I love your podcast so much and get to listen to podcasts while I sew for my job all day!! You girls really made the day go by fast with your puns and science! Thanks for all the knowledge! Sarah adds that she believes puns to be the highest form of humor and is glad that (listener) Sarah also enjoys them. First, it's worth mentioning that Stacy and Sarah no longer endorse or recommend Vital Proteins collagen. (See Episode 430 for the details.) Stacy mentions that the formula change in Vital Proteins, depending on listener Sarah's situation, might negatively affect her if she's trying to eliminate gluten contaminants from her diet. Stacy also recommends a broth alternative that might help scratch that broth and rice itch! Sarah starts off by letting listeners know that there are many soy-free Vitamin D supplements out on the market. She wants to take Sarah's question and really talk about supplements on the AIP because it's gets asked a very common question. Taking Supplements While On AIP Sarah breaks supplements while on AIP into four different categories. (18:25) She reiterates Stacy's point at the beginning of the show that there's no one-size-fits-all approach to this or any specific list you should be taking while on AIP. It all comes down to you and your body as an individual. 1. Missing From Modern Food Supply This category is all about providing things that are really hard to get from our modern-day food supply. (19:00) Sarah explains that our modern food supply is actually quite depleted of vitamins and minerals than at other parts in history. Produce we get from grocery stores could have half the amount of minerals than what we would have bought 50 or so years ago. This she attributes to the depletion of soil over time. A lot of this can be remedied by buying high-quality, organic if you can afford to. Or even buying locally grown. The better quality dirt produce is grown in and the better quality food the animals consume all play into how much nutrients end up in the products we buy from the store. Also, our food is washed so thoroughly before it makes it to the shelves. Natural sources for many nutrients, such as bacillus bacteria, are from dirt! Historically, this is something we would have gotten much more easily due to smaller industries and more home-grown dependencies. Just Thrive probiotics are things we would have been exposed to originally that we just aren't getting from our modern food supply. 2. Food-Based Supplements For Nutrient-Dense Superfoods These are nutrients from superfoods that some might have barriers against getting enough of. (23:10) Stacy and Sarah have talked extensively about bone broth in the past as something that people are not getting enough of. Sarah poses the question of what options you have if you don't like the idea of consuming bone broth or organ meat to get those nutrients. Paleovalley is another trusted resource of Stacy and Sarah. They make a great Bone Broth Protein and Organ Complex for consumers looking to supplement those nutrients rather than directly to the source. Smidge Liver Pills is another organ supplement that Sarah highly recommends. Sarah has noticed it's been a lot more difficult to get organ meat during the pandemic. She has relied on supplements much more this last year. Stacy also notes that she switched to Paleovalley organ complex a few months ago. She likes how diverse the supplement was. Sarah and Stacy talked in depth about the benefit of seafood from a nutrient stand-point in Episode 415: Fish oil, Healthy or not? Some people, however, don't like or can't eat seafood. For them, Sarah recommends OysterZinc or Cod Liver Oil. In Episode 373: How Many Vegetables (Part 4) Powdered Veggies, Stacy and Sarah talked a lot about the power of freeze-dried veggies. Episode 392: Are Mushrooms Really Magic? Part 2 is another great resource for nutrients that often met with barriers. Real Mushrooms offer a great supplement to fill that gap! Fermented foods are another hurdle that can be bridged by a probiotic like the ones provided by Just Thrive. Stacy adds to watch out for juices and pulps because you're not getting the whole form of the fruit and/or vegetable, so you may be missing out on some key nutrients. She personally leans into smoothies as a way to "juice" without juicing. 3. Targeting For Severe Deficiencies This doesn't necessarily mean targeted synthetic. It could easily mean targeting one of the prior mentioned categories to meet that shortfall. (43:02) This is where you get into Sarah's "Test Don't Guess" mindset. Here is where you should work with a profession…
1 hr 6 min
Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast
Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast
Samantha Gladish: Online Nutritionist, Weight Loss Coach and Hormone Fixer-
143: 6 Healthy Hormone Must Have's
You can find all the info and links about this episode at Thanks for listening! Important Announcements: If you haven’t downloaded our FREE 5 Day Sugar Detox Challenge yet, download it now! It’s so easy to follow, and you’re going to love it. Join our Healthy Hormones Monthly Recipe Club for $9 a month! Each month, we do a different theme, and for March, it’s all things thyroid health. Sign up for our newsletter at! And don’t forget to connect with me over on Instagram, @holisticwellnessfoodie. Let me know if there’s anything you’d love for me to expand on. It would also mean so much if you would leave us a rating or a review at any podcast platform that you’re listening to us on. Links to things I talk about in the show: * Save 20% off Energybits Spirulina and Chlorella at Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES. * Save 15% off ALL Organifi products at Check out the NEW Organifi Harmony Women's Hormone Balancing Blend. Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES. * Check out CANPREV products across Canadian Health Food Stores and online at - I personally LOVE their MYCO10 and Collagen powder. They’re great to add to smoothies and elixirs. Also, check out their product ADRENAL CHILL for supporting the adrenal glands and helping your body better adapt to stress. * Head to your local health food store and check out some amazing products from Garden of Life. Garden of Life Plant Iron and Herbs and their vegan vitamin D3 spray are two fantastic products - Where you can find me: Samantha’s Instagram Samantha’s Facebook Samantha’s Website Samantha’s Twitter Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast Private Community on Facebook How you can work with me: * 6-Week Healthy Hormones for Women Intensive - Get 60% off when you enroll today! * Healing & Dealing with Hashi’s
34 min
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