Episode 8 – Ben Greenfield: Cutting Edge Training Methods for Optimizing Health and Performance

Ben Greenfield is the author of the New York Times best selling book Beyond Training, he is a prolific blogger and runs one of the most popular health podcasts in the world, Ben Greenfield Fitness: Diet, Fat Loss and Performance. Nutrition geeks, today’s wrap up will dive into dietary fats and the evidence that you can use them strategically to improve not just your health, but your resting metabolic rate and body composition.

Episode 7 – Dr. Ted Achacoso: Mastering Inflammation with Health Optimization Medicine

Part two of our interview with Dr. Ted Achacoso. In part one we talked about inflammatory and anti-inflammatory transcription factors, and how they can be activated or deactivated by food. In part two we’ll pick up right where we left off and get into environmental factors that affect these inflammatory and anti-inflammatory signals, as well as have a special announcement from Dr. Achacoso. Nutrition geeks, don’t miss today’s wrap up, you’ll love it! The wrap up will go into NRF-2, the master switch in the body controlling the production of antioxidants such as glutathione and superoxide dismutase. We’ll get super practical and I’ll talk about some very specific interventions to get inflammation under control.

Episode 6 – Dr. Ted Achacoso: The New Model For Controlling Inflammation

We are diving deep into transcription factors controlling the inflammatory and anti-inflammatory response with our very special guest Dr. Ted Achacoso. Dr. Achacoso is board-certified in anti-aging medicine and nutritional medicine, and the co-founder of BioBalance. The wrap-up features a dive into NF-kappaB, the master control switch for cellular inflammation.

Episode 4 – Dr. Carrie Jones: Why Cortisol Dominant People Can’t Lose Weight

On the program today, Dr. Carrie Jones, naturopathic doctor, medical director at Precision Analytics, and accomplished writer. Have some belly fat you can’t deal with? Maybe you are cortisol dominant. This is the podcast for you! Fellow nutrition geeks, check out the post-interview wrap-up which goes over a number of studies showing that the mind-body connection is strongly tied to cortisol, and that cortisol dominance is a major factor for dealing with chronic inflammation.

Episode 3 – Dr. Natasha Turner: Holistic Factors for Optimizing Thyroid Health

On the program today Naturopathic Doctor, Natasha Turner, founder of the Clear Medicine Wellness Boutique, and author of #1 best-selling books The Hormone Diet, The Supercharged Hormone Diet, The Carb Sensitivity Program, and her new book, The Hormone Boost. Learn how how stress and estrogen affect the thyroid, and the importance of circadian rhythm for thyroid function and more! The wrap-up explains why hormones must be treated holistically, and what dietary and lifestyle factors are known to effect them.

Episode 2 – Mike Mutzel: How Inflammation Drives Leptin Resistance

On the program today Clinical Nutritionist, Functional Medicine Practitioner, and CEO of High Intensity Health, Mike Mutzel joins from Kirkland, Washington to discuss the inner workings of Leptin. The wrap-up includes a deep dive into Cytokine Signalling, and how it ties inflammation to Leptin resistance.

Episode 1 – Sachin Patel: How Stress Affects the Disease Process

On the program today, Sachin Patel, Founder of The Living Proof Institute, an accomplished speaker, author, and father. Sachin discusses the innate intelligence of the body, how stress affects the disease process through cortisol and insulin, and more. The wrap-up includes a deep dive into how light and circadian mismatch can affect both stress and metabolic function.