I’m really excited about today’s podcast. In honor of Mental Health month, I’d like to illustrate how a scene in the movie, “Ordinary People”, can teach you about dealing with your feelings and lays the foundation for how an emotional healing technique called, The Method, works.
In today’s podcast, I’ll talk about why health hasn’t been simple: Namely, that health is confusing — health information is constantly changing, everybody has an opinion, and research has known problems. I’ll also talk about how health can be simple: I’ll discuss epigenetics, a field of biology, that supports how lifestyle can override your genes and genetic predisposition to illness and disease.
My mother turns 87 today. She’s in terrific health! Knock on wood, she doesn’t have or has ever had any major illnesses, and she isn’t on any medications. In today’s world, that’s unheard of. She’s strong and vital and has always looked ten or twenty years younger. She’s taken good care of herself and it’s paid off. Join me as I honor my mother and share about her vibrant health on this day, her 87th birthday.
Vibrant health involves doing seven things, which includes eating healthy, or eating fresh food, which is food that comes straight from the land or seas. But eating fresh food is just the start — not a guarantee — of obtaining nutrients. There are two factors to consider: 1. How well your body digests food and 2. The health of your intestinal tract. In today’s podcast, I’ll discuss the science that explains the process of how your body breaks down food and assimilates nutrients.
Vibrant health is hard to attain living in the modern world. Scientifically-speaking, we’re not using our bodies in the way they were designed to be used. But we also don’t make a commitment to health; we don’t have the time. And there are some obstacles that can’t be avoided. Yet, medical experts agree that chronic diseases and conditions — such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, and obesity — are preventable, and your lifestyle is key. You must make a commitment to your health. You’d be foolish not to. In today’s podcast, I’ll explain what your options are.
When we think about anxiety, we tend to think of it as having one root cause. That may be because of how anxiety is treated — in physical terms, as one set of symptoms. Yet there can be any number of emotional reasons for our anxiety and it will differ from one person to the next. All anxiety begins with a thought, which can be conscious or unconscious. Unconscious thoughts pose the greater problem. Learn how it happens and how anxiety can be uncovered and healed using a technique that is designed to help you let go of what is bothering you.
Do you sometimes overdo healthy things? It’s easy to do. It’s exciting when you hear about a compelling, new idea. The idea may be beneficial, but overdoing it usually is not. In part, overdoing it has to do with some of our common attitudes that include “all or nothing” thinking. Instead of “less is more” , “more is more.” And ”no pain, no gain.” And yet, that’s not how the human body is designed to work. Learn about the science that supports why overdoing healthy things can be unhealthy.
In today’s podcast, I’ll talk about the relationship between cognitive decline and lifestyle using the example of a therapeutic protocol designed by Alzheimer’s expert, Dr. Dale Bredesen, MD, to reverse memory and thinking problems.
There are seven things that you and I are responsible for doing in caring for the health of our bodies. It’s like an owner’s manual, and it’s based on how the human body is designed. How we do the seven things determines a healthy or unhealthy lifestyle. Learn about the science that points to lifestyle and how to achieve vibrant health.