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What is type 1 diabetes? How do people with diabetes manage their symptoms? Type 1 diabetes occurs when insulin producing cells are destroyed, and the body can no longer produce the insulin needed to control sugar levels in the blood. It can develop at any age, but most commonly emerges in childhood. Diabetics must ensure that they don’t have too much or too little sugar in their blood as either extreme can cause medical complications. In this collection, 21-year old Clemmy reveals what it i ...
 
My Journey with Diabetes & High Blood Pressure A few years ago... My doctor said I was pre-diabetic. Six months later... I was told that I had high blood pressure. Today... I manage both my diabetics and high blood pressure with just diet and exercise. My AC1 is just a few points shy of being non-diabetic and my high blood pressure is almost gone. My program, 'Healthy Moments Radio' on www.GtownRadio, this website, and my social media pages are all meant to share my journey in managing my hi ...
 
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For anyone fascinated by the gut-brain connection, this episode is sure to pique your interest. Scott C Anderson is a scientist, science journalist and co-author of the book, The Psychobiotic Revolution. With great enthusiasm, he brings us up to speed on gut-brain axis centred research – from the relationship between gut health and depression, to t…
 
Looking for a novel approach to exercise for chronic disease populations? You’ve come to the right place. Nathan’s guest, Dr Brendan Scott provides a comprehensive review on blood flow restriction (BFR) training, a technique used to enhance muscular strength and hypertrophy through resistance and aerobic exercise. Dr Scott is a Senior lecturer in S…
 
Following his ME/CFS diagnosis 20 years ago, Ashok Gupta went on a journey to reclaim his health. His road to recovery emphasised the importance of retraining his brain and he subsequently created a 7-step program to promote neuroplasticity and support healing from chronic illness. In this episode, Gupta explains the basis for his hypothesis and sh…
 
Whether you’re intrigued by the science of sleep or simply looking for tools to improve your sleep quality, there’s no doubt you’ll appreciate this podcast episode. Nathan’s guest, Greg Potter, has a PhD in sleep patterns, dietary habits and metabolic health, and his research has been featured in the likes of TIME magazine and The Washington Post. …
 
You can't fix healthcare until you fix health. You can't fix health until you fix the diet. You can't fix the diet until you know what's wrong. Endocrinologist Robert Lustig discusses health problems related to the consumption of corn-fed cattle, myths about saturated fats, and a protective quality to dairy fats. Series: "Mini Medical School for th…
 
From 1994 until 2004 Jane McLelland battled two aggressive cancers with metastatic spread. Using her medical knowledge and researching heavily, she put together a cancer-starving formula, using natural therapies, exercise, diet and a unique cocktail of medications. Her personalised prescription saw her cancer “melt away”. Listen in to hear her rema…
 
In his words, Dr Brad Dieter’s goal is to use analytics, data science, and a deep understanding of scientific principles to help solve advanced problems. With a background in exercise physiology, molecular biology and biostatistics, Brad proves an excellent guest, as he and Nathan cover the natural history of diabetes and screening tests to assess …
 
Dr. Suneil Koliwad is an Endocrinologist and an Expert in Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism. In this talk, he looks at obesity, diabetes, and fatty liver disease and the historical effects of the 1980's push of low fat diets. He also looks at calories and dieting for weight loss vs the healthspan. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Healt…
 
Dr. Suneil Koliwad is an Endocrinologist and an Expert in Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism. In this talk, he looks at obesity, diabetes, and fatty liver disease and the historical effects of the 1980's push of low fat diets. He also looks at calories and dieting for weight loss vs the healthspan. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Healt…
 
Whether you are new to Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), or are a seasoned ‘tapper’, this podcast episode is guaranteed to keep you engaged. Interviewee, Dr Peta Stapleton, is a clinical and health psychologist as well as associate professor in psychology at Bond University. Peta has led world-first randomised clinical trials investigating Emotion…
 
Back by popular demand! Associate Professor Dr Karin Ried joins Nathan to discuss the National Institute of Integrative Medicine’s ISET®-CTC test. Ried explains how the test detects CTCs, including how it can distinguish between malignant CTCs and benign circulating epithelial cells, as well as nuances around interpretation of results and the value…
 
1 in 9 US households are food insecure. Dr. Hilary Seligman looks at the impact of food insecurity on health across the lifespan. Food insecurity and health are tightly connected. SNAP reduces food insecurity and also the health impacts of food insecurity. Proposed reductions to SNAP benefits are likely to result in poorer health and increased heal…
 
Dr Mark Burhenne has been practising dentistry for over 30 years and is the author of the #1 best seller, The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox. His passion for oral health and the importance of healthy sleep shines through in this episode, as he offers important insights about the oral microbiome, P gingivalis and sleep apnoea. *Key Highlights * Burhenne’s sho…
 
Obesity is at the root of silent epidemics such as type 2 diabetes and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Laura Schmidt explores the causes and solutions, taking lessons from tobacco: reducing the availability of harmful substances reduces consumption, thereby reducing harms to health. She talks about the UCSF Healthy Beverage Initiative and the eff…
 
Obesity is at the root of silent epidemics such as type 2 diabetes and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Laura Schmidt explores the causes and solutions, taking lessons from tobacco: reducing the availability of harmful substances reduces consumption, thereby reducing harms to health. She talks about the UCSF Healthy Beverage Initiative and the eff…
 
Dr. Scott Antoine’s résumé includes 24 years practicing as an Emergency Medicine Physician and six years practicing Functional Medicine. As you can appreciate, he has a wealth of knowledge and practice under his belt, and is well placed to provide an update on Coronavirus pathophysiology and the role of potential therapies in preventing and managin…
 
Coronavirus has brought about a great deal of changes and uncertainty in society. Rose sits down with clinical psychologist, Dr Adrian Lopresti, to discuss the mental and social implications of living with this pandemic. They discuss how to maintain a healthy mindset, including what to do and what not to do, as well as adjusting to new routines in …
 
This episode provides a synopsis on the Coronavirus with a natural twist. Rose sits down with the perfect guest, Dr Heather Zwickey, who is both knowledgeable and articulate. Dr Zwickey has a PhD in immunology and microbiology, and is currently working as a professor and researcher examining the effects of natural medicines on the immune system. Ke…
 
Research examining photobiomodulation, previously known as low level laser (light) therapy, shows promise for a wide range of ailments, from musculoskeletal complaints to degenerative diseases and psychiatric disorders. This episode covers all the basics and more, including a discussion regarding its mechanism of action and existing research as wel…
 
To all research enthusiasts - this is a fascinating podcast episode not to be missed! Associate Professor, Dr Karin Ried, explains NIIM’s Pathogen Blood Test, which involves innovative blood testing using cytology based microscopy, and genetic analysis to isolate and identify pathogens, such as Borrelia bacteria and fungi/mould, in the blood. Prepa…
 
We live in a society that is obsessed with weight loss and dieting. Weight stigma and fat-shaming pervade our everyday lives– turning eating into something that is no longer an enjoyable act, but one of scrutiny and stress. Driven by a love for food and a true foodie at heart, UCLA Associate Professor in Psychology Janet Tomiyama believes that ther…
 
Dr Nathan Bryan was the first to describe nitrite and nitrate as indispensable nutrients required for optimal cardiovascular health. Rose asks pertinent questions, and Bryan answers beautifully. Enjoy this highly informative conversation and take away a clear understanding of nitric oxide production and the importance of this molecule for health. W…
 
In this episode, Nathan is joined by Dr Robert Hendren, a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioural Science at the University of California, San Francisco and author of well over 100 scientific papers and five books. From the get-go, it is clear Hendren is deeply committed to his work, and as such, provides valuable insight into the complex pathology…
 
Professor Tommy Wood explains the effects of specific single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) on an individual’s health outcomes. From his analysis of what has been presented in the literature and widely accepted in functional medicine circles, Tommy discusses the relevance of SNP testing and highlights the difference between “relative risk” and “pe…
 
Chris Masterjohn, PhD currently spends time on nutrition education, conducting independent research and consulting. He has deep and personal experiences with the power of food, movement, and mindfulness to support health and well-being. • How choline was recognised as an essential nutrient. (6.35) • Why choline reduces fatty liver. (11.52) • Dietar…
 
In this thought-provoking and highly informative interview, Nathan is joined by Ari Whitten – energy and fatigue specialist, and founder of The Energy Blueprint. Whitten gets real about the factors contributing to fatigue; dispelling common myths and reminding us about the importance of the universal basics to support energy production. When life i…
 
Amina Eastham-Hillier is a Naturopath, Medical Herbalist and Nutritionist who specialises in solving the unique patient puzzles presented with Lyme disease, mould illness, parasites, viruses and other stealth infections. As acclaimed author of Lyme Natural and international presenter and educator to medical practitioners, she combines naturopathy a…
 
Bones are dynamic and continue to rebuild themselves, even as we age. Bone remodeling is supported by a healthy diet and by regular physical activity. Join Vicky Newman, MS, RDN to learn more about dietary choices that help calcium stay in our bones and out of our blood vessels to support both bone strength and arterial flexibility. Adequate calciu…
 
Take a trip down the vagal nerve with Nathan Rose and his guest Dr. Adrian Lopresti as they wander the landscape of strategies to stimulate this infamous pathway. Dr. Lopresti is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice, and senior researcher at Murdoch University with a host of published articles under his belt. Vagal nerve 101 (2:00) The relat…
 
In this episode, Dr Erik Lundquist from the Temecula Centre for Integrative Medicine, shares the results and learnings of a recent trial using specialised pro-resolving mediators (SPMs) to address fibromyalgia symptoms. As Lundquist relays the details of the study, he offers a genuine account of his experience, bringing to light the complexities an…
 
Insulin is necessary to utilize the energy we obtain from carbohydrates. Diabetes is characterized by a relative or absolute lack of insulin production. Dr. Sarah Kim explores the way the body digests carbohydrates and its effect on the pancreas and blood sugar levels. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 350…
 
Insulin is necessary to utilize the energy we obtain from carbohydrates. Diabetes is characterized by a relative or absolute lack of insulin production. Dr. Sarah Kim explores the way the body digests carbohydrates and its effect on the pancreas and blood sugar levels. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 350…
 
Professor Serhan expands on the application of SPMs inside the inflammation-resolution cycle and outside this cycle, highlighting alternative mechanisms, the wide scope of SPM therapy and exciting new treatment considerations currently within the field of lipid research. Prof Serhan background on moving into studying lipid mediators. (1:30) Aspirin…
 
Dr Bill Harris has nearly four decades of experience as a lipid researcher and joins the podcast to discuss the benefits of the omega-3-index test. Listen to Dr Harris explain how the omega-3 index has demonstrated to be the best measure to date of omega 3 status and how this metric may be a more valuable marker of cardiovascular health than tradit…
 
Today Dr Ruscio clears a path to understanding the role of thyroid in any patient’s presentation. As usual, his approach is levelled at the most important testing whilst assessing patient’s diet and lifestyle for conservative treatments to save his patients time, money and their health. Challenging both standard and functional medicine approaches, …
 
Living well with diabetes takes emotional strength. Staying strong emotionally is important to keeping stress under control which helps keep blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol levels where they belong. Lawrence Fisher explores the social, behavioral, self-management support and care system factors that affect the management of both type …
 
Diabetes is a complex and challenging disease involving many factors and variables. Stigma that has historically been attached to a diagnosis of diabetes can contribute to stress and feelings of shame and judgment. Every member of the health care team can serve people with diabetes more effectively through a respectful, inclusive, and person-center…
 
Almost 30 million Americans have diabetes and another 86 million are pre-diabetic. Nutrition and exercise are key components to managing the disease. Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator Sherri Shafer gives specifics on how about how to manage your diet and increase your exercise. Diabetes is largely self-managed: learn how to do so…
 
Lisa Kroon, PharmD, describes the general treatment approaches for glycemic control (hyperglycemia) in people with type 2 diabetes. She goes over the characteristics and precautions of the various classes of medicines and the general dosing principles for the oral and non-insulin injectable medications. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" …
 
There are several classifications of diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes affects 24 million people in the US. UCSF endocrinologist Dr. Umesh Masharani goes over the risks, prevalence and treatment of disease. He also explores what pre-diabetes means and what you can do if you have received that diagnosis. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health …
 
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