Her struggles with the disease and how she managed it daily, plus more health tips and healthy broth recipes are explored in this post.
Dr. Krause is a doctor of naturopathic medicine, an acupuncturist and podcast host dedicated to empowering people to take charge of their own health. Her unique approach is simplifying natural medicine and healthy habit formation.
She believes that health starts with what we eat, how we move and how well we manage stress.
How to Reduce Sugar Cravings
There are a handful of super humans on the planet who don’t crave sugar. If you’re not one of them, read on! Because most people DO crave sugar, and it’s a surprisingly difficult thing to overcome.
There seems to be a war between traditional and faith based modalities like Acupuncture, and the AMA style acute care industry.
Yet neither modality offers perfect solutions, and Integrative Medicine is booming as these two fields start to understand each other better.
Chances are, you have strong opinions one way or the other. But listen in to this forthright conversation to see if some of your own beliefs aren’t challenged, and hopefully improved, from this conversation. With Dr. Joe Kepo’o.
Dawn Phillips describes herself as “Carrot-pusher, voracious reader of health literature, refugee from the tech world, and nice person.” She is at the cutting edge of Integrative Medicine. As a Nutrition Therapy Practitioner she works directly with a medical doctor to provide natural healing methods to compliment the AMA style healthcare he offers.
Dawn is a holistic nutritionist who works with sugar-holics, vegan dropouts, and the “dietarily confused.” She believes that most chronic health conditions can be remediated or reversed by increasing nutrient density and by reducing toxins.
Through this integrative approach patients receive less drugs and more nutritional and fitness guidance, something many of us in the nutrition and fitness industry have been looking for for years.
Listen in to pick up great ideas to improve your own health and wellness, deal with inflammation, and avoid potential health pitfalls.
The more you learn about health and longevity the more you’re convinced you’re going to have to eat more fruits and veggies. Between five to nine servings a day… and not just potatoes, carrots and corn!
Even if you can’t stand vegetables, one or two of these tips will still work for you. Read on to learn how you can feed your body the healthy stuff you know you need, without grossing yourself out.
If you think colors have no effect on human health or performance, think again! Dr. Laurie Buchanan is an award winning author who helps people heal and thrive through color therapy.
Her book “Note to Self: A Seven-Step Path to Gratitude and Growth” won the Self-Help book of the year award, and she is, in short, a fascinating and fun person.
Dr. Renae Thomas is an expert in Evidence Based Nutrition. She’s also a medical doctor in Loma Linda, California, one of the worlds four “Blue Zones” where people live unnaturally long, healthy lives.
Listen in as Dr. Thomas debunks some popular misconceptions about health and nutrition, and gives us practical ways of understanding the latest in nutritional research.
Dr Thomas is currently a senior resident in Loma Linda University Health’s Family and Preventive Medicine residency combined program, which includes a Lifestyle Medicine Specialty track, and a masters in Public Health.
***Find out more about Dr. Renae Thomas as a lifestyle medicine doctor on her Youtube channel!***
Alexa Schirm proves that health can be simple and delicious.
She received her bachelor’s degree in nutrition from Iowa State University and since then has been on a mission to spread the word about honest, realistic and most importantly delicious lifestyle changes. She is a firm believer that real health can be exciting, delicious and fun, and definitely not as complex as we make it. As a mom of three girls, she knows all about making healthy choices on the go and incorporating health into all areas of life. Her mission is helping people to create a new health-style through habit formation and real food. To use health as a means of living rather than living for health..
Lisa Balash, the “Kettlebell Bombshell” shares with us how we can use kettlebell training to develop longer, leaner muscle tone, improve mobility, and work in cardio to our workout routines.
Lisa Balash has been a top Pilates and Kettlebell trainer in Las Vegas, NV since 2003. Lisa’s undisputed and original training method, combines Kettlebells and Pilates.
Lisa is certified in nutrition and weight loss and has worked with a variety of clients from NFL Quarterback Tyler Palko, Sister Wives reality television star Janelle Brown, 4 time Mr. Olympia Champion, Jay Cutler, UFC fighter Matthew Riddle, NFL Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald, and Cirque Du Soleil performers.