The idea of making healthy changes is daunting, especially for middle-aged and elderly folks. There is so much information out there and it can be hard to sift through it all! Dr. Todd Lamb takes an easy-going, holistic approach to getting back on track. He and his team at PureLife Organics show you how to take control of your health and live your life to the fullest. Something we’re very passionate about here at Dirobi as well! Click below to listen, or keep reading to learn more about the three pillars of health!
What a lovely episode! Megan Sherer, a Holistic Nutritionist, Wellness Expert, and founder of Empowered Bodies, talks with Dave about the importance of balance in both fitness and nutrition. Sometimes it feels like diet and fitness culture really stresses how being healthy should be difficult. If it isn’t hard, then you’re doing something wrong. Megan takes a much more natural approach and teaches us how we can work towards better health without fighting ourselves. I love the answers she gives and would definitely recommend listening to this one! Not only is Megan fun and calming to listen to, but you can tell she really cares about what she does. Plus, we have some delicious recipes to share straight from Megan herself. Click below to take a listen, or read on!
Holy smokes! This is one episode in particular that I would 100% recommend listening to. Dr. David Minkoff has some amazing stories about how he was able to completely transform his patients’ lives. There were so many interesting topics mentioned it was hard to narrow everything down to just one post! Listen in here, or keep reading to learn more about using supplements to really optimize your genetic potential with Dr. Minkoff!
Wow! If you aren’t quite reaching your fitness goals at the moment, you need a shot of Diva! Her mantra “Hard Work No Excuses” is just the kick in the butt we all sometimes need, and she gives excellent, targeted, easy to implement ideas and tips to help us take our fitness to the next level.
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.