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Jannine Krause is a naturopathic doctor & acupuncturist here to give you your dose of health, fitness, nutrition and stress management tips to take control of your health to live a fun active healthy life.

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Ep 104: Why Sensory Training Improves Anxiety & Focus
<p>Do you struggle with anxiety and lack of focus? Did you know that spending a few minutes a day training your senses can help you relax and improve your intuition at the same time? By focusing on improving your sight, hearing, taste, smell, touch, balance, movement skills you are better able to hone in on the world around you. Being better connected to your universe calms your nerves and allows them to react when they need to and remain chill when you want to relax. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause discusses how a conversation about getting out of an active shooter situation led to her researching how your senses can protect you and calm your fight or flight response at same time to heal your anxiety over time.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why dialing in your senses benefits your nervous system</li> <li>Why those with sharp senses prevail in dangerous situations</li> <li>How to train each of your senses in a few minutes a day</li> <li>Why training your senses improves your intuition</li> </ul>
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Ep 103: Stop Pain, Increase Strength while Improving Balance & Mobility with Sensory Training
<p>Do you have stiff joints, decreased mobility or increased aches and pains? When’s the last time you checked your mobility and balance skills? Did you know that your ability to balance is one of the predictors of longevity? Did you know your ability to move your joints well prevents injuries? As a kid your play incorporates trials that challenge mobility, while promoting balance and sensory exploration. As you age you stop playing and with that you lose your balance and mobility skills. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down why it’s important to incorporate mobility and balance training into your weekly exercise routine.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How rocks and logs are great tools for balance training</li> <li>Why you need to train your sensory & mechanoreceptor nerves</li> <li>How you lose balance and mobility skills as you age</li> <li>Why balance and mobility training decreases pain, prevents injury and improves strength</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Ep 102: Why It’s Ok to Stop Making Goals & Practice Healthy Habits Instead
<p>Struggling to form lasting healthy habits? Wondering why you can’t align what you want to do with what you actually do? Frustrated and losing motivation because healthy goal setting isn’t working for you?  The Fresh Tri App is a healthy practice setting game that invites users to test drive a variety of healthy habits, removing the guesswork and feelings of failure so you can practice repeating habits and find your way to success. There is no failure, win or lose in this game - only practice and repetition. While most healthy goal setting methods fail to deliver on their promise, Fresh Tri won’t leave you feeling like you did something wrong. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause interviews the mastermind behind the app Fresh Tri, Dr. Kyra Bobinet, and it’s simple, positive approach based on the brain science of habit formation.</p> <p>  </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How an app empowers healthy practice development</li> <li>Why reviewing the how, why and what daily are key to practicing healthy habits</li> <li>Why the best healthy habit triggers are internal nudges</li> <li>Why a healthy practice habit mindset is better than a goal achievement plan</li> </ul>
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Ep 101: How to Meal Plan and Prep in 90 Minutes a Week
<p>Do you want to eat healthy but life keeps getting in your way? Are you stressed out, tired, depressed, anxious, gaining weight or dealing with digestive issues? By creating healthy eating habits and routines with meal planning you can reduce your stress levels, boost your energy and mood, calm your nervous system, manage weight better and reduce digestive issues. You can dial in your healthy eating habits by spending a 90 minutes planning and preparing food once a week. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down what she does each week for 90 minutes to make sure she always has healthy food on hand.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why you should plan your on a weekly basis</li> <li>How a little recipe gathering makes a big difference</li> <li>How to make food for the week in under 2 hours</li> <li>What tools are crucial for meal planning success</li> <li>How to rotate meal plans for efficiency</li> </ul>
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Ep 100: A Dermatologist's Prescription for Glowing Skin
<p>Do you feel like you’ve tried everything from supplements to skin care products for your problem skin and nothing seems to work? Are you frustrated because no one can figure out what is causing your skin issues? It’s possible that your circadian rhythms, diet and lifestyle are the problem. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Dr. Keira Barr a board certified dermatologist who specializes in helping patients feel confident and comfortable in their skin.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why sleep is the most important therapy for your skin</li> <li>How to choose the right sunscreen</li> <li>Why your eye doctor should screen you for skin cancer</li> <li>Why you need to get naked monthly to evaluate your skin</li> <li>What to focus on to identify potentially problematic moles</li> </ul>
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Ep 99: Reset Your Circadian Rhythm for Longevity and Happiness
<p>Do the short days of fall and winter get you down? Do you suffer from seasonal affective disorder, struggle with insomnia or moodiness in the fall and winter? Did you know that there are key habits to follow to make sure that you adjust to seasonal changes without a hitch. The better adapted you are to seasonal change is tied to how well you stick with sleep and wake schedules, eating schedules and allowing yourself to unwind and recharge each evening. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down why you need to reset your circadian rhythm each fall for optimal health and longevity.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why not resetting your circadian rhythm lowers your life expectancy</li> <li>How timing of sleep, exercise and meals affects your circadian rhythm</li> <li>How creating set schedules for food, exercise and sleep can regulate your circadian rhythm</li> <li>Why eating late and overeating take years off your life</li> </ul>
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Ep 98: Why You Should Hula Hoop for Hormone Balance
<p>Are you moody, struggling staying asleep throughout the night and finding it hard to keep weight off? Hula hoops aren’t just for kids as they can help you to maintain your balance, vital core muscle strength, help improve bladder health and balance hormones. Whether you remember hula hoops fondly or you were never able to master them it’s time to try them again. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause talks about hormones and hula hoops with former rhythmic gymnast and fitness trainer Leigh Little from Canyon Hoops.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why hula hooping is great for belly fat reduction</li> <li>How hula hooping reduces back pain and improves balance</li> <li>How hula hooping helps to balance hormones</li> <li>Why exercises like hula hooping are great for all ages</li> </ul>
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Ep 97: Sinus Issues? Why steroid nasal sprays aren’t the cure
<p>Do you have chronic sinus issues, dizziness, brain fog, ear ringing? Or do you have to clear your throat often or have a stuffy nose often? Do you rely on Flonase to function? This day in age it seems like everyone is suffering from some type of allergy. There’s a connection between sinus issues and your digestive health. The more your digestive system is struggling to manage the foods that you eat the more it activates your immune system. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down why leaky gut is on the rise and it’s producing a society relying on Flonase and allergy medications.</p>
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Ep 96: Why You Should Use Non-Toxic Skin Care and Dental Hygiene Products
<p>The toxins in your hygiene products could be the difference between life and death. Noha Soliman started The Herbs and Bees clean beauty and dental hygiene line after her daughter’s health drastically improved by removing all toxic products in their household. She wanted to create a brand that offered clean non-toxic products that were not tested on animals, were environmentally friendly and contributed to helping those less fortunate in her community. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Noha Soliman on the story behind her non-toxic skin care and dental hygiene lines.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How ditching your toxic hygiene products can save your life</li> <li>How tooth powder can replace your regular tooth paste</li> <li>Why simple ingredients are more effective</li> <li>Why you need to try a cleanser that you don’t wash off</li> </ul>
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Ep 95: How To Get Started CBD Oil
<p>Do you suffer from chronic pain and you’re sick of popping pills to stay ahead of your pain? Perhaps you are sick of the side effects of your pain medication.  Maybe you’re scared to try CBD oil because of the stigma associated with marijuana. Perhaps you’d like to try CBD oil but you don’t know where to how to dose it and what form to choose. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause discusses how to get started with CBD oil products and what you want to do to find the right dosage for you.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why CBD oil absorption varies with type of administration</li> <li>How to utilize CBD oil effectively</li> <li>Why edibles aren’t the best CBD oil option</li> <li>Why CBD oil isn’t effective for everyone</li> </ul>
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Ep 94: Stop Leaky Gut with a Total Gut Restoration Plan
<p>Do you suffer with chronic sinus infections, headaches, body aches, digestive issues or fatigue and no one can figure out what’s ailing you? Have you tried a probiotic and you didn’t notice any change in your gut health? Or did a probiotic make your condition worse? With so many probiotics on the market it’s hard to know which ones are best for you, if they will work and how they even work. Research has shown that the most beneficial probiotics are spore-based probiotics as they are closest to the natural form of probiotics we would get from the soil. Spore based probiotics are considered the regulators of the rest of the gut flora meaning they have the ability to help weed out non-beneficial bacteria and yeast. Combine the regulating effect of spore based probiotics with a gut lining restoration plan and you have a comprehensive program to get rid of leaky gut once and for all. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Kiran Krishnan from Microbiome Labs about spore probiotics and the Total Gut Restoration Program that Microbiome Labs offers.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why spore based probiotics can kill other gut bugs</li> <li>How to utilize prebiotics effectively</li> <li>Why you need to neutralize microbial toxins while healing your gut</li> <li>Why the key to gut lining restoration lies in the mucus layer of the gut</li> </ul>
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Ep 93: Is Your Lack Of Sleep Affecting Your Will Power?
<p>Are you struggling with chronic insomnia and finding yourself gaining weight? Have you lost your will power and find yourself struggling to avoid junk food? Are you eating yourself out of house and home at night but not hungry all day? If you answered yes to any of the previous questions then it’s time to work on your stress levels and sleep. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause discusses how chronic insomnia leads to weight gain overtime.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why a set a sleep and wake schedule prevents overeating</li> <li>How and when to eat to sleep better</li> <li>Why it’s hard to control your appetite</li> <li>Why insomnia makes you eat more at night</li> </ul>
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Ep 92: How Blood Sugar Issues Cause Cardiovascular Disease
<p>Do you get grumpy when you’re hungry? Do you have mood changes based on what you eat? Do you wake up in the night needing to snack? Did you know that blood sugar imbalances are not just dietary related? Blood sugars ups and downs can occur with increased stress and lead to elevated cholesterol. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause discusses how diet, stress and being sedentary affect your blood sugar and what you can do to keep your blood sugar in check to prevent diabetes and cardiovascular disease.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why it’s best to eat dinner foods for breakfast</li> <li>How eating breakfast foods at night balance blood sugar</li> <li>How cortisol causes blood sugar imbalances</li> <li>Why blood sugar issues cause cardiovascular disease</li> </ul>
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Ep 91: Feet : The Missing Link To Being Pain Free
<p>Tried everything to reduce your pain? When’s the last time someone looked and touched your feet? When is the last time someone watched you move and walk? How well your feet move, how you use and feel your feet is crucial to maintain proper postures and move pain free. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause discusses how everyday she is amazing by how the health of our feet predict the amount of pain we have in our bodies.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why you need to feel your whole foot</li> <li>How shoes prevent us from really feeling our feet</li> <li>Why you need to spend time barefoot</li> <li>Why it’s important to have toes and ankles that move well</li> </ul>
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Ep 90: Are Your Skin Care Products Damaging Your Skin Microbiome
<p>Many skin care products, even those labeled natural, can disrupt the delicate balance of oil, hydration and good bugs of your skin microbiome. Antibacterial agents, chemicals and even some herbs can disrupt the skin’s microbiome and nutrient balance. With companies coming out with probiotic based cleansers and moisturizers to restore your skin microbiome how do you know what products to trust? In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause discusses how everyday skin care products can be damaging to the balance and immunity of your skin.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why you have good bugs on your skin</li> <li>How to maintain your delicate skin microbiome</li> <li>Why you need to throw out your store bought bar soap</li> <li>Why your skin needs to be acidic to have great skin</li> </ul>
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Ep 089: Why You Need To Take A Vacation
<p>How many times have you dreamed about taking a vacation but never took it? Do you find yourself with excuses to not take a vacation? Are you risking you health for your employer by not taking a vacation? If you answered yes to any of those questions it’s time to plan that vacation and actually take it. Vacations are critical for resetting your mind, boosting your mood and reframing your perspective on life. Vacations are a time to slow down and reset your parasympathetic nervous system so you can return to work rested, focused and in a better mood. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause discusses why Americans are the sickest stressed out population in the world and why we need to take vacations to reset and reframe our lives.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why women are 50% more likely to have heart attacks without vacations</li> <li>Why being a work martyr doesn’t get you promotions</li> <li>Why vacations should be at least 8 days</li> <li>How $255 Billion is lost from our economy when vacations are forfeited</li> </ul>
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Ep 088: How to Prevent & Manage Shoulder Pain – An Interview with Sports Medicine Specialist Dr. Robert Oh
<p>Shoulder injuries are common and most of the time it’s related to our poor posture. Focusing on strengthening your back and posterior shoulder muscles while improving shoulder mobility goes a long way to prevent injuries and pain. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Dr. Robert Oh, MD, who specializes in family sports medicine, on preventing and managing shoulder pain. Dr. Oh recommends rowing machines, rowing exercises, lat pull downs and pull-ups in addition to stretching and release techniques to reduce tension in our chest, neck and shoulders. Listen in for more tips and techniques Dr. Oh recommends in this informative interview.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why your computer, phone & iPad are causing you pain</li> <li>How to stretch and release tension in your shoulder & neck</li> <li>Why strengthening your upper back prevents shoulder pain</li> <li>How to eat to prevent shoulder injuries & pain</li> </ul>
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Ep 087: The Hidden Traps In Food Labels with Meredith Beard
<p>Reading food labels is tough as it’s so hard to know which products are truly the healthiest option. Due to creative marketing and labeling we often find ourselves choosing products for what they highlight on the package versus the real ingredients list. In this podcast with Dr. Jannine’s coach Meredith Beard the gals breakdown how labels have tricked them and the process they use to determine what product is the healthiest.  </p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why 5 ingredients or less is best when choosing products in the grocery store</li> <li>How to compare products to determine which is best</li> <li>Why we are often tricked into buying “fake” healthy foods</li> <li>How to look past the marketing to get the healthy foods you want</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Ep 086: An Interview with Coach Meredith Beard – How Connect Your Mind & Muscles to Finally Get Results From Your Workouts
<p>Struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD, irritability, anger, toxic stress or pain? One of the most effective ways to deal with mood disorders, trauma and pain is to work on your mind muscle connection. Too many of us are walking around without feeling our feet and the muscles that work to help us move. When your mind is connected to your muscles you are able to engage more muscles, which in turn reduces anxiety, depression, irritability and pain as endorphins are released and blood flow improves. Connecting your mind to your muscles results in better body results that last longer. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down how you break through trauma with exercise in an interview with her CrossFit coach Meredith Beard.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How feeling your feet reduces pain & improves mobility</li> <li>Why feeling your muscles gives you an endorphin boost</li> <li>How to get your mind and muscles connected</li> <li>How mind muscle connections heal trauma</li> </ul>
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Ep 085: To Get A Strong Body: Work On The Mind Body Connection
<p>Being strong for life requires making fitness part of your daily routine. Too many people join a gym or start a fitness program expecting the amazing results they were sold on from their efforts only to be let down and quit a few months later. Being strong isn’t about following what fad is trending in your local gym or online. Being fit is about starting with the basics of movement to ensure you are using all the muscles required for a movement instead of throwing yourself into an exercise just to do it. Having the mobility to perform the exercises you want to is key. Performing exercise movements properly engaging the proper muscles with full mobility prevents injury and yields maximum results. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down how the desire to be fit for life begins with focusing on connecting your mind to your muscles, slowing down and enjoying feeling them work.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why diving into exercise without having a movement assessment sets you up for injury </li> <li>Why slowing down to think about movement will get you to your fitness goals faster</li> <li>Why you need someone to assess your movement prior to starting any exercise routine</li> <li>How focusing on feeling your muscles engage boosts endorphin release</li> </ul>
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Ep 084: How to Kick Start Weight Loss With Red Light Therapy
<p>Are you struggling to lose weight and not seeing results fast enough? Do you have an event coming up in a few months that you need to get quick results for? The combination of red and near infrared light therapy combined with a detox followed by a clean eating protocol can jump start your fat loss. Red and near infrared light therapy have wavelengths that target receptors in our cells that boost cellular metabolism to increase energy production and fat burn. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down how the combination of red and near infrared light combined with a detox can kick-start your weight loss.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How red & near infrared melt fat in 20 minutes</li> <li>Why this painless treatment is preferred to other options out there</li> <li>How many treatments you need to see results</li> <li>What to do to maintain results</li> </ul>
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Ep 083: Can You Treat Urinary Tract Infections Naturally?
<p>50% of females will have a urinary tract infection in their lifetime. 6 out of 10 women have them chronically. You can treat urinary tract infections effectively without antibiotics. Uva ursi, d-mannose and Oregon grape root are just some of the go-to’s that Dr. Krause uses in her practice to help prevent and treat urinary tract infections. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down what to do if you think you have a urinary tract infection or if you suffer from chronic infections.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>What to do when you feel an infection coming on</li> <li>The connection between sugar, pH and the urinary tract infections</li> <li>What to do to prevent urinary tract infections</li> <li>Why drops in estrogen can cause urinary tract infections</li> </ul>
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Ep 082: Common Reasons for Morning Nausea Other Than Pregnancy
<p>Morning nausea is a sign that something is off overnight. Blood sugar imbalances, acid reflux, post-nasal drip are among the most common causes. Stress, sleep apnea, and hormonal imbalances can also be to blame. Taking a look at your symptoms, diet, habits, and lifestyle can clue you into what’s happening, especially if the nausea lasts all day. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down ways to sleuth out what’s causing your nausea so you can fix it and start enjoying mornings again.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why your dinner can cause morning nausea</li> <li>The connection between cortisol and nausea</li> <li>Why your nighttime routine sets you up for nausea</li> <li>The connection between allergies and nausea</li> </ul>
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Ep 081: Be Your Own Digestive Specialist: What's Causing Your Stomach Pain?
<p>Stomach pain is a common reason for going to the doctor and in some cases the ER. Most of the time stomach pain resolves itself with time but what causes it? For a lot of folks stomach pain can rule their life and ruin their social schedule. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down ways to sleuth out what’s causing your stomach pain and what to do about it so you can be your own digestive specialist.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>What habits cause stomach pain</li> <li>Why you need to know your abdominal anatomy</li> <li>How ice cold food slows digestion & causes pain</li> <li>What your stomach has to say about your mood</li> </ul>
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Ep 080: Do Natural Treatments for Seasonal Allergies Work?
<p>A common question in my office is “do natural treatments for seasonal allergies work?” The answer is yes, if you are willing to swap out your allergy pill for an herbal combo in addition to cleaning up your diet a bit. With so many allergy pills, herbs and supplements on the market, which ones do you try first? In this episode Doc J breaks down what herbal therapies, diet and lifestyle changes she has seen to be most effective to help manage seasonal allergies in the moment and prevent them in the future.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>What foods help prevent allergy symptoms</li> <li>Where to get the best herbs to fight allergies</li> <li>Why you need to take your shoes off in the house</li> <li>Why your pets, rugs and blankets could be making your allergies worse</li> </ul>
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Ep 079: How Pets Improve Our Health
<p>Many think of pets as a lot of work but the benefits to your overall health are incredible. Growing up in a home with dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and reptiles Doc J learned to love animals of all kinds. It wasn’t until Doc J went through some of the most stressful times in her life did she realize the true value of a pet. She found that taking care of a dog forced her to maintain a routine, organize her life, slowdown, laugh, play and move more. In this episode Doc J discusses how her dogs boost her mood, keep her stress in check by keeping her mind right and reminding her to play everyday.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why having a pet makes you happier</li> <li>How pets help you to set routines & organize</li> <li>How pets relieve stress</li> <li>Why mobility and weight improve with a pet</li> </ul>
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Ep 078: Reduce Pain, Anxiety & Depression with Hemp Oil – Lane Kennedy Levy Interview
<p>Hemp has been used for thousands of years as a medicine to help with pain and inflammation in the body. It’s fatty acid breakdown is similar to that of flaxseed thus it’s omega three component makes it ideal for use as an anti-inflammatory. What hemp contains in addition to essential fatty acids is CBD (cannabidiol), a plant chemical that binds to receptors in our endocannabinoid system, a component of our nervous system, to relieve pain, reduce anxiety and inflammation. CBD, is one type of cannabinoid as there are approximately 113 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. The secret to getting the maximum benefit from hemp is in the delivery of it to the body, aka the absorption, and it’s best achieved through liposomal delivery techniques. In this episode Doc J interviews Lane Kennedy Levy, the Upgraded Woman, about how hemp oil changed her life and why she is committed to educating the world on the benefits of hemp oil.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why liposomal hemp oil provides the best results</li> <li>How long it takes for hemp oil to work</li> <li>How to dose hemp oil for maximal effect</li> <li>Why hemp oil is not going to get you high</li> </ul>
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Ep 077: Confused as to What's Good For Your Health? Consult a Naturopathic Doctor
<p>Naturopathic doctors are trained to recommend dietary & lifestyle changes, in addition to herbs and vitamin supplements to treat common medical issues. Naturopathic doctors graduate from doctorate programs at accredited universities and are required to take board exams prior to licensure. Naturopathic medicine programs are similar to medical doctorate programs in many ways however, naturopathic medicine training focuses on herbal therapies, nutrition and lifestyle changes. In this episode Doc J breaks down her education, the benefits of having a naturopathic doctor on your health care team and why she chose to be a naturopathic doctor & acupuncturist.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How a naturopathic doctor can help you</li> <li>Why naturopathic medicine is controversial</li> <li>Why team care based medicine is best</li> <li>How to find a good naturopathic doctor</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Ep 076: The Good, Bad and Ugly Sides of Inflammation
<p>We hear the word inflammation all the time and we are told we need to reduce it but what is inflammation? Inflammation is a natural process in which the body repairs damage to it’s tissues. We need the inflammation process to occur to fix problems in the body but when the body struggles to shut down the inflammation response once the issue has been fixed is where we end up with problems. In this episode Doc J breaks down why we need to support our body’s regulation of inflammation to prevent illness related to chronically inflamed bodies and the progression to autoimmune conditions.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why stress promotes chronic inflammation</li> <li>Why veggies are key to inflammation regulation</li> <li>How culinary spices balance inflammation</li> <li>What to do every day to keep inflammation in check</li> </ul>
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Ep 075: How Exercise Increases My Energy, Lifts My Mood and Improves My Social Life
<p>Movement and exercise have been shown to have a plethora of benefits but I’ve found it to be incredible for boosting my energy, mood and motivation. Too many people come into my office saying they once were runners then they stopped because of life, kids, work demands and injuries then their health started to decline and now they do not exercise at all. If they could just run again they know they would get that endorphin hit and feel better but they are too tired to exercise. Why do I see this over and over again? Exercise keeps our stress in check by keeping our heart rate variability high and allowing us to respond better and adapt faster to stressful situations. If we adapt better we will have better moods, more energy and be able to socialize better. Sedentary lifestyles and lack of social connection lower our ability to adapt to stress. In this episode Doc J tells her own story of how she stopped thinking of exercise as a weight loss tool and turned exercise into a daily social event to help her manage stress, maintain her motivation to workout, and boost her energy all while keeping her HRV in check.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why most fail to keep up an exercise routine</li> <li>Why group exercise fights depression & boosts motivation</li> <li>Why running isn’t the ideal route to fitness</li> <li>How to keep exercising for life</li> </ul>
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Ep 074: Can Monitoring Heart Rate Variability Improve Pain, Fatigue, & Mood Disorders?
<p>The strength of your vagus nerve determines how you react to pain how you recover from stress, and workouts in addition to how well you are able to balance your mood. Your vagus nerve is in control of your heart rate and it's variability. Heart rate variability (HRV) is a great body check in tool that lets you know how well you are managing stress. Your ability to keep your HRV stable is associated with improved mood, increased desire for social interaction and focused thinking. The lower your HRV is the harder it is for you to adapt to stressors in your environment, making you more likely to develop mood disorders, isolate yourself socially, be more fatigued, and have chronic pain. Becoming more in tune with your body’s signals is a great way to monitor your health. When you are more in tune with your body’s stress triggers you are able to make interventions to improve well being. In this episode Doc J breaks down how paying attention to your HRV is a great systems check in tool to help your get to know your body’s signals better so that you can keep your pain, mood and mental sharpness dialed in for life.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How HRV monitoring allows you to dial in your health</li> <li>Why HRV monitoring reduces fatigue and pain</li> <li>How HRV check-ins improve focus and mood</li> <li>Why being in tune with HRV improves your social life</li> </ul>
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Ep 073: How Stress & Leaky Gut Team Up to Cause Brain and Nerve Inflammation
<p>The strength of your vagus nerve can determine how intensely stress affects you. Ever wondered how and why stress can make you physically sick in many ways? There is a strong connection between gut inflammation and anxiety related to stress and it starts with the vagus nerve’s involvement in the neuro-immune system. The vagus nerve is a nerve that comes directly from the brain and has connections to and from the heart, lungs, ear, tongue, throat, esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, kidney, ureters, spleen, female reproductive organs. With all those connections it’s no wonder that the effects of stress on the body are vast. In this episode Doc J breaks down the connection between chronic inflammation, stress and how they combine to cause an overactive neuro-immune system.</p> <p> What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How your nerves & immune system can make you sick</li> <li>Why chronic gut issues increase stress in the body</li> <li>How a healthy vagus nerve blocks stress</li> <li>How acupuncture can strengthen your vagus nerve</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Ep 072: Anxious, Depressed, Pissed Off Broken Brained Hot Mess
<p>Is it the full moon, the weather or does everyone cycle through anxious, depressed pissed off hot mess states? Have you ever been so worked up that everything seemed spinning out of control? Ever noticed that there seems to be a rhythm and cyclical pattern to the ebb and flow of feeling ok and out of control? In this episode Doc J breaks down reasons for why we cycle in and out of control and how to get off the crazy train.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why you are your own worst enemy</li> <li>How imbalanced hormones create chaos</li> <li>How poor diet choices compound emotional turmoil</li> <li>Why stress management skills are live savers</li> </ul>
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Ep 071: Can Food Communicate with Our Cells?
<p>Did you know that the food you eat can communicate with your cells? The foods we ingest have microRNAs, small cellular pieces that can interfere with messages from our cells to create proteins involved in cell aging, tumor formation, tumor suppression, bone growth and more. MicroRNAs have been researched for over 20 years and thousands of them have been identified in that time.  While research in the realm of microRNAs has been heavily focused on cancer we are now starting to see data on how our lifestyle choices, exercise, physical fitness and the type of diet we consume directly affect microRNA levels in our body.  In this episode Doc J breaks down why microRNAs may be a way to assess the impact of your diet and lifestyle on your overall health and what diet and lifestyle interventions seem to make the most impact on overall health.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How herbs and veggies protect us from cancer</li> <li>Why diets excluding entire food groups may not benefit us</li> <li>How microRNA might be a novel way to measure health status</li> <li>How alcohol consumption and physical fitness affect microRNA </li> </ul>
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Ep 070: When Is The Best Time to Take Supplements?
<p>One of the most common questions in my office is when is the best time to take my supplements? It’s confusing out there as to what to do when and I find most people are taking their supplements at the wrong times. Minerals such as calcium and magnesium can interfere with the absorption of iron which can worsen conditions such as anemia instead of make them better. In this episode Doc J breaks down optimal times to take the most popular supplements out there from multivitamins to probiotics, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium and more.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why multivitamins are better taken with meals</li> <li>What minerals interact and block nutrient absorption</li> <li>How to take probiotics to maximal effect</li> <li>How digestive enzymes turn into inflammation reducers when taken on an empty stomach</li> </ul>
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Ep 069: How Spices Keep Stress from Killing You
<p>Stress is often overlooked as doctors pick apart and investigate the symptoms that a patient has not the cause. How often do we really assess what we are eating and the lives that we are living in relation to creating our own stress? We can all relate to the symptoms of being stuck in stressed fight or flight mode all the time & we’ve heard how they can make you an anxious, depressed, fat, moody, gassy, acid reflux havin’, pain riddled, fatigued insomniac but what we don’t talk about is how as stress mounts it kills your cells slowly. In this episode Doc J dissects how the phytonutrients in everyday herbs & spices can help your cells to manage stress better.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why our love of nutrient void foods is killing us</li> <li>What spices you need in your life to manage stress</li> <li>How Echinacea and cannabis work together to fight stress</li> <li>How to get in key herbs daily to help your cells manage stress</li> </ul>
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Ep 068: What You Need to Know Before You Start A Detox
<p>A detox can be useful to clear toxins from the body and reset after a long run of eating out, making poor choices and drinking too much but is it really worth it? Too many people try to detoxify their bodies but don’t have the vitamins and minerals in their body to do so. Unfortunately, all too often we detox, don’t even know if we cleared anything out of the system and then go right back to re-toxing ourselves the day after the detox. After you finish a detox the goal is to focus habits to keep your immune system running on all cylinders and your blood sugar balanced but we rarely do this. We are inundated with all kinds of viruses, bacteria, mold and other toxins that detoxes can’t clear and your body is fighting daily to keep at bay. Add to that our sugar cravings, snack food habits and high stress lifestyles that keep our blood sugar out of balance and we have a recipe for quick aging disaster. In this episode Doc J breaks down why detoxing every so often is not enough to ward off autoimmune disease, heart disease and diabetes.  </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why detoxing isn’t enough to stay healthy</li> <li>How fad diets popular right now can make you sick</li> <li>Why some of the fittest people have trashed cells</li> <li>How to keep your cells primed to detoxing all the time</li> </ul>
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Ep 067: Does Stress Cause Cause Autoimmune Disease?
<p>Autoimmune conditions are on the rise and it’s based on how well you manage your stress and your food choices. The strength of your protective mucosal tissue has been found to make up 99% of your immune system. Unfortunately, stress, eating processed foods, vitamin deficiencies, chronic infections and environmental stressors damage mucosal tissues.   There are 155 autoimmune conditions and most recent research has estimated that 1 in 6 have an autoimmune condition and many are not aware of it. In this episode Doc J breaks down how the autoimmune process develops, what's she's seen in her practice and what we can do to prevent autoimmune conditions from developing.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How synthetic vitamins reduce your immunity</li> <li>Why stress management & blood sugar predict how well you age</li> <li>How to boost your innate immunity</li> <li>How vaccines can induce autoimmune conditions</li> </ul>
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Ep 066: How Heat Therapy Boosts Mood, Improves Circulation and Mobility
<p>Have you noticed that your mood improves and you feel more alive when your warm and circulation is improved? Find that you feel best when soaking up some rays at the beach? You’re not alone. Research has shown that the skin serotonergic system is activated by warmth and sunlight. Warming up the skin via sunbathing, exercise, infrared light therapy or mechanical stimulation has been found to improve mood. Many feel a boost in mood after massage, acupuncture and other forms of bodywork, could it be the warming of the tissues inducing that warm fuzzy feeling? In this third episode on fascial tissue Doc J discusses the connection between healthy tissue, warmth, light, mechanical stimulation of the skin and mood.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why you feel better sunbathing</li> <li>Why warm temperatures boost your mood</li> <li>How exercise induced body temperature increase improves mood</li> <li>How dry infrared saunas and mechanical stimulation of the tissue boosts mood</li> </ul>
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Ep 065: How Your Sugar Addiction is Ruining Your Skin
<p>Do you have a sugar addiction on top of chronic pain, reduced mobility, cellulite, dull skin, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, dry or saggy, loose skin? Or do you have diabetes, are pre-diabetic or have hardening of your arteries aka atherosclerosis? The health of your tissues is directly related to adequate blood flow, ability to detoxify the tissues, proper movement of signaling molecules and absorption of quality vitamins, minerals, proteins and electrolytes from your diet. Your skin, muscles, fat, fascia, organs, and even blood are all considered tissues in the medical world. If these tissues have issues your health will slowly decline. In order to feel good we must be able to move and detoxify our tissues properly, especially our skin as it is our largest organ. In this second episode on fascial tissue Doc J discusses the connection between healthy tissue and diet.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why sugar slowly kills your tissues</li> <li>Why it’s crucial to eat your veggies for skin health</li> <li>How grilled meat and high heat cooking damages your skin</li> <li>What to do right now to nourish your tissues</li> </ul>
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Ep 064: Can Your Fascial Tissue Cause Pain & Reduce Strength?
<p>Chronic aches and pains? Why do we have pain, is it our muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, nerves or fascia? All of our tissues are wrapped with a nerve rich fascia that allows our insides and muscles, joints and tendons to move in a fluid fashion under our skin. Our sedentary lifestyles, poor diet and lack of proper hydration cause our fascia to lose elasticity, become brittle and cause pain. Chronic pain and reduced mobility are often related to poor fascial nutrition, reduced strength and reduced athletic performance with age. In this episode Doc J breaks down how to put your fascia in check to reduce pain, enhance mobility, increase strength and improve athletic performance.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why your chronic pain might be due to sticky fascia</li> <li>How child play and moving like a ninja improve mobility</li> <li>What exercises to perform to improve fascia quality</li> <li>Why healthy fascia enhances strength and athletic performance with age</li> </ul>
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Ep 063: Can Salt Water Reduce Anxiety, Depression and Stress?
<p>Feeling overwhelmed and dealing with stress, depression, and anxiety? A little bit of Vitamin Sea and D are crucial for resetting the nervous system, boosting the mood and invoking a sense of calm. Traditional Chinese Medicine principles note water as the element and blue as the color that goes with the kidneys, the organ that is depleted with stress. Join Doc J as she shares her adventures on the island of Grand Cayman and how her annual trip resets her nervous system, boosts her mood and promotes calm that reminds her to seek out water whenever she can to manage stress.  </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why the colors of the sea are soothing</li> <li>How salt water is amazing for your aches and pains</li> <li>How sun and salt team up to detoxify you</li> <li>Why we need water to reset our nervous system</li> </ul>
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Ep 062: Proof That You Can Maintain a Healthy Life Balance
<p>Want proof that you can maintain a healthy life balance and still enjoy good food, travel and save room for indulgences along the way? In this episode Doc J interviews journalist turned blogger Kate Kordsmeier from Root and Revel to learn how Kate uses her journalism background to dive deep into the natural health world to share what’s legit, DIY projects, travel tips, and recipes all while telling how she turned her own health around by practicing what she preaches.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How Kate’s food critic background influenced her to create amazing recipes that just happen to be healthy</li> <li>Why Kate believes that greens every day keeps the doctor away</li> <li>How Kate regained her health & hormone balance</li> <li>Why Root & Revel’s library of resources is now Doc J’s go to for providing info for her patients</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Ep 061: Why Stress, Leaky Gut, Chronic Inflammation & Viral Infections are All Connected
<p>Stress, poor diet, insomnia, and leaky gut cause chronic inflammation in the body that promotes virus replication. We all have viruses hanging out in our bodies whether they are provoking symptoms or not depends on your total body health. Viruses can hijack your ability to make energy and kill your metabolism. They can also cause chronic lymph node swelling in your neck. In this episode Doc J breaks down how many of the common complaints from insomnia, to fatigue and pain can be related to chronic viral infections.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why not managing stress promotes viral infections</li> <li>How your gut issues are related to chronic infections</li> <li>The connection between chronic pain and viruses</li> <li>How viruses hijack your energy resources & kill your metabolism</li> </ul>
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EP 060: Why Your Cluttered Life is Contributing to Your Stress & Breaking Your Brain
<p>Studies have shown that stress, brain fog, anxiety and depression can be reduced dramatically when we remove clutter from our home, office and life. In a one click buy and stock up store society it’s easier than ever to have anything you want, in whatever quantities you want at your fingertips in too easily. With messages clogging inboxes, uncategorized documents on the computer and the never ending quest to keep up with jam packed calendar we live in a society of clutter on many levels. In this episode Doc J breaks down how reducing clutter in all aspects of life and creating systems for organization the clutter can significantly reduce your stress levels.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How your personal clutter is clogging your brain</li> <li>Why stress fuels disorganization</li> <li>How stress, hives and clutter are all connected</li> <li>Why organization is key to keeping stress in check</li> </ul>
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Ep 059: Beat Stress, Anxiety and Depression with The Muse
<p>Studies have shown that stress, anxiety and depression can be reduced dramatically with regular meditation. However, not many are able to meditate at all let alone on a regular basis.  Did you know there’s a device that can teach you how to meditate a few minutes at a time?  The muse is a brain sensing device that serves as your personal meditation assistant.  In addition to guiding your meditation it helps to retrain your brain to react calmly under emotional stress.  The Muse works by teaching you how to focus on slowing down your breath to calm your mind.  Many studies have shown that we can get ourselves out of the chronic fight or flight state that leaves us perpetually stressed out by taking deep breaths but does it actually work?  The Muse shows you exactly what you need to do to calm your brain your way.  In this episode Doc J breaks down how the muse motivated her to meditate with challenges and rewards and improved her response to stress.</p> <p><br /> What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <p>• How 5 minutes a day can train your brain to relax</p> <p>• Why instant feedback is best for retraining the brain</p> <p>• How challenges and rewards motivate you to meditate</p> <p>• Why the Muse is for those that suck at meditating</p>
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Ep 058: Get Rid of Gut Issues by Knowing Your Gut Bugs
<p>Gut issues like constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, IBS, Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis are related to the presence or lack of certain gut bacteria. The overproduction of gas in the intestinal tract is related to an imbalance of gut bugs, poor digestion, leaky gut, eating too fast and lack of digestive enzymes. The foods you prefer and the way you break them down has a lot to do with your gut bug population. Your chances of becoming obese, developing diabetes and having kidney stones are connected to the types of bugs in your gut. In this episode Doc J breaks down why testing your gut bacteria can help you to manage your current gut issues while you prevent others from developing</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How gut bug imbalances cause obesity & diabetes</li> <li>Why having certain gut bugs causes IBS</li> <li>How your diet promotes specific gut bug growth</li> <li>Why you want to know the connection between your gut conditions and microbiome</li> </ul>
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Ep 057: Are Your Sinus Problems & Migraines Caused by Your Gut?
<p>Struggling with sinus problems, chronic congestion, chronic throat clearing or migraines? Your gut health and ability to digest foods properly has a lot to do with the health of your sinus tissue. When you wake up congested daily, and are a slave to the nasal spray or allergy medications you are just putting a band aid on an issue that is rooted in your gut. In this episode Doc J breaks down why your leaky gut causes your sinus inflammation.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How what you eat affects your sinuses</li> <li>Why you need to fix your digestion to fix your sinuses</li> <li>How repeated antibiotic rounds make things worse</li> <li>Why you can’t blame your sinus problems on allergies</li> </ul>
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Ep 056: The Connection Between Chronic Pain and Emotions
<p>Do you have chronic pain, struggle to manage stress, or a history of trauma?  We are not taught how to manage our stress effectively thus for many of us we hold it in and eventually it manifests itself as pain.  In over a decade of practice Doc J and friend, Nichole Connelly, have found that the shoulders, hips, neck and back hold onto a lot more than just physical pain.  Doc J has been impressed by Nichole's results with her patients and wanted to share Nichole's insight with her "Health Junkies".  In this episode Doc J interviews massage therapist and owner of Mystical Medicine Coaching Nichole Connelly about her experiences in helping patients discover the emotional source of their chronic pain.  <br /></p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>The emotions are tied to pain in neck, back & hips</li> <li>Why trauma and stress manifest as pain</li> <li>How discovering your true self can relieve pain</li> <li>What to do right now to own your pain & get rid of it</li> </ul>
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Ep 055: How Light Therapy Treats Depression, Pain, Skin Issues and Metabolism
<p>How can light therapy relieve your seasonal affective disorder, depression, chronic pain, skin issues and boost metabolism? Acne, psoriasis, eczema, chronic muscle pain, nerve pain or neuropathy? Struggling with sore muscles after a long day, or slow recovery after workouts is a sign that you are not getting blood flow effectively through your muscles, organs and tissues. In this episode, Doc J Krause breaks down benefits of light therapy.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why your heating pad isn’t keeping your pain away</li> <li>How light therapy enhances your metabolism</li> <li>Why red light therapy is best for skin conditions</li> <li>How light therapy lifts your mood</li> <li>Why infared light therapy boosts metabolism</li> </ul>
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Ep 054: How To Boost Your Mood Fast!
<p>Feeling stressed, depressed, grumpy or irritable? One way to elevate your mood and calm your mind is to make a connection with someone. Did you know that smiling and laughing can boost serotonin, dopamine and oxytocin?  In this episode Doc J breaks down quick and easy ways to boost your happiness hormones quickly!</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why smiling more saves you money</li> <li>How a laugh does more that make someone’s day</li> <li>Why people who are stressed have more wrinkles</li> <li>How to boost your mood by smiling at strangers</li> </ul>
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Ep 053: Why Can’t I Stop Overeating?
<p>Struggling with overeating, emotional eating, stress eating and wondering why? Your gut health and ability to digest foods properly has a lot to do with proper brain signaling. Noticing how you turn into a bear each evening ravaging through your kitchen searching for a satisfying snack? Feeling guilt, shame or noticing the scale going up and trying to figure out what to do? In this episode Doc J breaks down the emotional and physical reasons for why you’re programmed to overeat.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How your lack of satisfaction in life triggers eating</li> <li>Why you need to eat carbohydrates between 2-5p</li> <li>How low levels of brain chemicals trigger overeating</li> <li>How stress provokes you to hunt for food</li> </ul>
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Ep 052: Want To Age Well? Start Weightlifting Right Now!
<p>Feeling tired, weak, flabby and lacking endurance? Want to have muscle definition well past your 90’s? Putting the hours in at the gym or racking up miles on the trails but not seeing muscle definition or gain? In this episode Doc J talks about the factors involved in maintaining and gaining muscle mass as you age.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How we lose 7 lbs of our muscle mass every 10 years</li> <li>How to regenerate muscle mass at any age</li> <li>Why eating too many carbs causes muscle wasting</li> <li>How interval training & fasting build muscle</li> <li>Why having balanced hormones prevents muscle loss</li> </ul>
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Ep 051: Pain: How to Find the Source of It & Fix It
<p>Struggling with an area of pain but not sure what’s causing it? Wondering what to do with nagging pain that isn’t responding to muscle relaxers and ibuprofen? Not sure how to treat it or if you need to go to the doctor? In this episode Doc J talks about how to narrow down the source of your pain and the steps necessary to manage it.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>The difference between tendon, muscle & nerve pain</li> <li>How to identify the source of your pain</li> <li>What to do to relieve the pain on your own</li> <li>How weak muscles & posture set you up for pain</li> </ul>
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Ep 50: The Best Alternative Therapies for Concussions – Interview with Dr. Dan Engle
<p>Looking for alternative therapies that really work for concussions? Dr. Dan Engle is board certified in psychiatry and neurology, has personal experience recovering from a traumatic brain injury himself and has dedicated his life to helping others understand how brain injuries derail the natural processes that happen in a healthy brain. He’s authored “The Concussion Repair Manual”, part guidebook part overview of cutting edge treatment tools and techniques that wholistic integrative medicine have to offer. In this episode Doc J brings back Dr. Engle for an encore discussion about the best alternative therapies at the forefront of integrative medicine for brain injuries.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>The best devices for biofeedback and meditation</li> <li>The best alternative therapies to use together for TBI recovery</li> <li>The therapies that worked best for Dr. Engle & his patients</li> <li>Which supplements most effective for TBI recovery</li> <li>Why a guidebook is crucial for your care team to help you monitor treatment efficacy</li> </ul>
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Ep 049: What Is The Healthiest Way To Eat ?
<p>Gas, bloating, acid reflux, diarrhea or constipation got you wondering what you are supposed to be eating? Trouble losing weight? Lack of appetite or feeling ravenous all the time? Is the elimination an entire food group or a few a good idea? From gluten free to Paleo, to Autoimmune Paleo, to Ketosis, Raw, Vegan, low histamine and more, how do you know what style of eating is best for you? In this episode Doc J talks about the factors involved in making food more digestible so you don’t have to avoid food groups on your way to establishing your healthy eating style.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>When it’s appropriate to avoid certain food groups</li> <li>Why paying attention to portions is critical</li> <li>Why the way you prepare your food matters</li> <li>How to figure out what eating style is best for you</li> <li>Why it’s key to make foods more digestible</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Ep 048: How Electro-Acupuncture Can Change Your Life
<p>Chronic aches and pains? Popping more painkillers than you’d like to? Did you know you can store emotions in your body that double as pain? Electroacupuncture has pain relieving and antidepressant properties minus the side effects. In this episode Doc J talks all about her experience with electroacupuncture and how it works to relieve pain, calm the nerves and lift the spirits.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How pain affects your brain & nervous system</li> <li>How emotions manifest as pain in your shoulders & hips</li> <li>Why stress causes chronic pain</li> <li>How electro-acupuncture stops pain</li> </ul>
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Ep 047: Want a Super Immune System? Start with your lymph
<p>Sick often? Skin not glowing, puffy eyes, dry skin, cellulite hanging around? Belly bloat got you wishing you could wear sweat pants every day? Lymph nodes swollen in the neck that just won’t go down. Chronic herpes outbreaks, warts, reactivated mono, hypothyroidism, cellulite, cancer, and inability to lose weight are all related to issues with the lymphatic system. In this episode Doc J breaks down what’s needed to flush out and move the lymphatic system so that your body can fight what’s coming at it daily and forget about the old stuff hanging around.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>What is lymph fluid and why it’s important to maintain it</li> <li>Why issues with your lymphatic system make you fat</li> <li>Why your lymphatic system requires regular detox</li> <li>How keeping lymph moving prevents illness and cancer</li> <li>What habits to form for a healthy lymphatic system</li> </ul>
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Ep 46: Concussion Repair Manual for Traumatic Brain Injuries – An Interview with Author Dr. Dan Engle
<p>Are you or is someone close to you suffering from a traumatic brain injury and just can’t seem to get back on track to optimal health? Feeling like you don’t know where to turn to get the help you need? Dr. Dan Engle is board certified in psychiatry and neurology, has personal experience recovering from a traumatic brain injury himself and has dedicated his life to helping others understand how brain injuries derail the natural processes that happen in a healthy brain. He’s authored “The Concussion Repair Manual”, part guidebook part overview of cutting edge treatment tools and techniques that wholistic integrative medicine have to offer. In this episode Doc J interviews Dr. Engle about his new book, the 5 phases crucial for TBI healing and recovery and some of the beneficial therapies at the forefront of integrative medicine for brain injuries.</p> <p> </p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How alternative therapies such as hyperbaric chambers, float tanks and acupuncture can help relieve symptoms of brain injuries</li> <li>How to reduce inflammation in the brain</li> <li>How water, light, oxygen, proper nutrition, energy and hormone balance affect brain health</li> <li>Why a guidebook is crucial for your care team to help you track your recovery process</li> <li>Why the treatment of brain injuries is not a one size fits all approach</li> </ul>
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Ep 045: Itching, Rashes? Are your fave foods at fault?
<p>Itching, driving you nuts? Unexplained rashes and hives? All the scratching keeping you from sleeping? Feel like you are allergic to everything? Skin sensitive to everything? In this episode Doc J explains how the latest foodie trends, stress and modern day vices combine forces to set us up for rashes, hives and chronic itching.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How foodie farmer’s market trends increase itching</li> <li>Why you’re more likely to itch than others</li> <li>Why not metabolizing histamine leads to rashes</li> <li>How stress increases histamines</li> <li>What to do to decrease histamines in the body</li> </ul>
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Ep 044: Can Hormonal Imbalances Break Your Brain?
<p>** This was supposed to be episode 43 and I goofed up - this is the 4th episode in the broken brain series.  **</p> <p>Ever wondered about the connection between hormones and brain function? In the last episode in a series of four, Doc J discusses how stress induced hormonal imbalances lead to brain fog, memory issues, depression, anxiety, stress eating, PMS, irritability and mood swings.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How stress hijacks your brain & metabolism</li> <li>What hormones make you irritable & cause mood swings</li> <li>Why you need to get your cortisol & hormones tested before you try to treat imbalances</li> <li>How stress affects your thyroid</li> </ul>
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Ep 043: Could Your Fatigue Be a Thyroid Issue?
<p>** I goofed up!  This is an additional hormone imbalance podcast that was supposed to follow my next one.  I apologize for my error!!** Energy crashing after lunch, slogging through brain fog, heart racing, too tired to make it to the gym, gaining weight despite dieting, lack of appetite, feeling chilly all the time, hair falling out, dry skin, digestive issues, insomnia? It’s possible that your body is struggling to make sufficient amounts of the most active form of your thyroid hormone, T3. Low levels of T3 in the body is common and goes along with long term stress. In this episode Doc J talks about how to get your T3 levels boosted to regain your energy and take control of your life again!</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How stress hijacks your ability to make sufficient thyroid hormones</li> <li>How your lack of routine and diet cause low T3</li> <li>How your childhood impacts your thyroid</li> <li>What to do right now to regain your energy and put your stress in check</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Ep 042: Can Genetic Mutations & Nutrient Deficiencies Break Your Brain?
<p>Ever wondered about the connection between genetic mutations, nutrient deficiencies and brain function? In this third episode in a series of four, Doc J discusses the genetic mutations, nutrient deficiencies and dietary considerations that can compound to decrease focus, cause mood swings, provoke anxiety, induce fatigue, promote lethargy and lead to depression.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>How genetic mutations affect brain chemistry</li> <li>Why everyone needs a quality multivitamin for their brain</li> <li>How processed foods break your brain</li> <li>Why genetic testing should be done before taking medications</li> </ul>
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Ep 041: Supplements That Work to Fix Your Broken Brain
<p>Ever wondered what a doctor finds to work to help boost your energy, clear brain fog, improve focus, end insomnia, and calm anxiety? In this second episode in a series of four, Doc J discusses what supplements she’s found to be helpful for her patients that complain of broken brain symptoms.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>What to take to clear brain fog</li> <li>How to boost your energy</li> <li>The most useful supplements for anxiety</li> <li>The best insomnia prevention cocktail</li> </ul>
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Ep 040: Is Your Brain Broken or Are You Just Getting Old?
<p>Fatigue, brain fog, lack of focus, poor memory, insomnia, weight gain, anxiety, irritability and depression are all indications that stress is affecting your brain. All too often people attribute them to a side effect of aging. Many patients come into my office complaining of many of the symptoms I just noted and when we look at brain function the neurochemicals are off. From “flat-lined” neurochemicals to adrenaline off the charts it’s common for me to see this in my fatigued and brain fogged patients. Unfortunately, many of us ignore these common symptoms that tend to show up after certain stressful events that happen in life and push on causing more and more neurochemical imbalances. In this episode Doc J breaks down the series of events that often lead to a broken brain, how to prevent stressful events from breaking your brain and what to do if your brain is already broken. This is the first episode in a four part series dedicated to all the factors that contribute to broken brains and how to manage them to keep the brain up and running at full capacity.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>The compounding events that break your brain</li> <li>How society breaks your brain</li> <li>Why you need a routine to sustain your brain</li> <li>Why you need to pause life to keep stress in check</li> </ul>
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Ep 039: Don’t Hate on Wheat for Gut Issues, Skin Rashes, Puffy Eyes and Weight Gain
<p>Organic whole grains are better, no sprouted grains are better no avoid grains all together for the best health. Which is it? Confused about what gluten is and what it really does to your body? Have you noticed gut issues, skin rashes or puffy eyes a few days after eating a pastry, bread, cereal or crackers? Have you been to Europe or heard from friends that gluten grains are no problem for them over there? What if your issues aren’t from wheat at all but a combination of toxins affecting the gut lining? Doc J breaks down how the mix of gluten rich grains, pesticide rich foods, food additives and alcohol affect the body and why it may be the source of your health issues.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <ul> <li>Why it’s more than just wheat to blame for gut, skin and mood issues</li> <li>Why Einkorn wheat is easier to digest</li> <li>How processed foods, food additives, alcohol and pesticides combine in your gut to cause intestinal permeability</li> <li>What to do to keep your gut lining healthy and maybe be able to eat wheat again</li> </ul>
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Ep 038: Is Your Nightly Drink Habit Sabotaging Your Energy and Making You Fat?
<p>One minute alcohol is great for your health the next it’s detrimental. Which is it? Confused about how much alcohol is safe and what it really does to your body? Loving your happy hour social time or your unwind time with your drink but not sure how your body is liking it? Noticing that you aren’t sleeping as well as you should and you’re tired all the time? Doc J breaks down what alcohol really does to the body and at what point does it become un-healthy for you.</p>
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Ep 037: Are Vaccines Good or Bad for Us?
<p>Not sure what to think about vaccines? You’re not alone. You’ve likely heard of a story where someone got the flu from the flu shot or maybe you have heard of autism being connected to vaccinations. Yet on the other hand the government warns of the dangers of not getting vaccinated. Who do you believe, what do you do how do you make an informed choice to vaccinate or not? Is there a safe way to go about vaccinating ourselves? In this episode Doc J Krause breaks down her perspective on the issue and what she tells patients in her practice.</p>
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Ep 036: Is Marijuana Really Useful For Pain, Digestive Issues, Insomnia, & Anxiety?
<p>Wondering if marijuana might help your pain, digestive issues, insomnia and anxiety? Maybe you’re thinking you want relief from your issues but do not want to get high or maybe the stigma around marijuana use has kept you away. In this episode Doc J talks about what changed her opinion on medical marijuana, the difference between CBD oil, THC and CBD combinations, edibles and the safest ways to consume medical marijuana.</p>
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Ep 035: Is it Weak Glutes and Tight Hips Causing Your Back Pain?
<p>Struggling with chronic low back pain? Can’t stand, walk, run or workout for long periods of time because of your back?   Did you know that most back pain is coming from your pelvis? Most of the time our back locks up due to weaknesses or imbalances in pelvis muscles. Our sedentary lifestyles and desk jockey jobs, even if you have a standing desk, cause us to have tight hip flexor muscles while our gluteal muscles become weaker leaving us with back pain and stiffness. In this episode Doc J talks about how to not let your desk jockey job cause you to miss out on life’s adventures.</p> <p> </p>
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Ep 034: Why You Need Sexy Ankles To Age Well
<p>How your ankles move and look says a lot about your overall health. If they swell that means you have circulation issues, same thing goes for sock lines and that’s a sign of poor health. If you have sprained your ankle or your ankle rolls frequently you’re more likely to have knee, hip and low back pain. In this episode Doc J discusses the importance of maintaining your ankle mobility to keep you pain free and sexy for life.</p>
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Ep 033: Are You Ignoring This Missing Link to Being Pain Free?
<p>Chronic low back or knee pain keeping you from all the epic things you want to do? Can’t seem to keep your hamstrings from tightening up on you during workouts? Shin splints keeping you from running? Your feet are your shock absorbers and the propulsion engines that keep you walking, running, and jumping. Are you taking care of them like you should? Too many of us focus on only the parts of our body that hurt and forget about the crucial role of the feet in our overall health. In this episode Doc J talks about how taking care of your feet is critical to prevent pain, enhance your athletic abilities and keep you spry well into your 100’s.</p>
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Ep 032: 7 Reasons Why I’m Overweight
<p>Have you ever wondered what it is about your metabolism that is keeping you over weight? Tried every diet? Cut out gluten, dairy, soy, nightshades and no change? There is more to the calories in calories out concept as Doc J’s interview with Hack Your Fitness Author, Jay Kim revealed. In this episode Doc J follows up her interview with Jay Kim, by getting real about her own struggles with weight and what it really takes to re-set your metabolism.  She also includes bonus recommendations that can be found on the resource page of her website at doctorjkrausend.com</p>
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Ep 031: Is It Time To Hack Your Fitness? Interview with Jay Kim
<p>Do you spend hours working out a week but your body looks like you are a couch potato? Tried P90X, Insanity, Crossfit, running Marathons, invested money in personal trainers and you still didn’t get any change in your physique? Maybe you’ve been eating clean and putting in the hours at the gym for years and still have nothing to show for it? Have you calculated how many calories your body really needs to fuel you during the day? Have you truly tracked what you are eating and how much you are lifting during workouts? Join Doc J Krause as she interviews Jay Kim, a desk jocky turned fitness hacker, as he breaks down the basics of metabolism that we often skip over in lieu of the latest diet trend and the data you need to have down if you want to stop dreaming about your fit body and finally get it!</p>
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Ep 030: Are You Eating The Right Fats?
<p>Chronically feeling inflamed? Moods all over the place? Allergies plague you each Spring, Summer or Fall? Struggling to get your cholesterol in check? Super forgetful? In this last episode in a series of five Doc J discusses the prevalence of omega 3 deficiency and the connection with chronic pain, cardiovascular disease, mood disorders and allergies in her patients.</p>
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Ep 029: Are You Getting Enough Sunshine?
<p>Feeing run down or finding yourself getting colds more often lately? Migraines or severe PMS? Fatigued and depressed with general body aches? In this fourth episode in a series of five Doc J discusses the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and the connection with lowered immune system function, PMS, Migraines, fatigue, body pain and weight gain in her patients.</p>
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Ep 028: Are You Overfed and Undernourished?
<p>Tired all the time? Struggling to lose weight even though you are eating clean, avoiding carbs or trying out a ketosis diet? Or are you battling constant hunger, not feeling full or wanting to binge on certain foods? It’s possible that your body isn’t taking in the nutrients that you are consuming so in turn all the signals that you are starving are switched on. If this sounds like you, it’s possible that you’re cells are lacking the ability to take in nutrients to create energy for your body. In this third episode in a series of five Doc J discusses certain B vitamin and amino acid deficiencies she commonly sees in her patients with fatigue and inability to lose weight that may be triggering their bodies to think they are in starvation mode.</p>
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Ep 027: Are You Suffering From Magnesium Deficiency?
<p>Do you have unexplained numbness or tingling of the skin? Annoying cramps or spasms in your muscles? Anxiety, heart palpitations or abnormal heart rhythms? Are you feeling more fatigued, weak, depressed or irritable lately? This is the second episode in a series of five episodes where Doc J discusses nutrient, vitamin and mineral deficiencies she commonly sees in her patients. In this episode Doc J discusses how most of her patients are deficient in magnesium, the symptoms they experience and how to correct magnesium deficiencies.</p>
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Ep 026: How to Stop Feeling Inured and Aching Somewhere All the Time with Some Glycine
<p>Muscles aching or feel like you pulled something and not sure why? Feel like you don't recover fast enough after a workout? Thinking you are aging way to fast? Trouble sleeping? It’s possible that you’re deficient in the amino acid glycine. Doc J started seeing a trend in the deficiencies showing up in lab results of her fit yet chronically fatigued patients; this podcast is the first on a series of podcasts dedicated to the nutrients most depleted in adults with chronic fatigue, aches and pains. In this episode Doc J talks about the benefits of supplementing with glycine to relieve chronic body aches and pains in addition to speeding up post workout recovery, helping with sleep, detoxifying the body and maintaining a sharp focused mind.</p>
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Ep 025: Time Manage Like A Boss – to get your workouts in, eat healthy and still have time for fun with the family
<p>Struggling to juggle work, family, getting in workouts and putting healthy meals on the table? Do you find yourself relying on fast food or takeout for meals and skipping workouts because there’s not enough time in your day? Ever wonder how the healthiest folks manage to get workouts in, eat healthy homemade meals and stay sane? In this episode Doc J interviews her good friend health coach Melissa Jorgensen, a Mom of 2 little ones, ultra marathon runner, vegan lifestyle guru who time manages like a boss.</p>
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Ep 024: The Secret Health Benefit of a Game of Ball Toss
<p>The best way to fight stress and restore your youth is to channel your inner kiddo and play! When was the last time you threw a ball at the beach or pool? When’s the last time you jumped waves at the beach? In previous posts I’ve talked about how spontaneous fun can drop stress levels instantly and channeling your inner kiddo is no different. We are stuck in a world that views good old fashioned play as kid’s stuff but that’s so old school. In this episode Doc J talks about the benefits of breaking social “rules” to channel your inner kiddo to reduce stress.</p>
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Ep 023: Move Like You're a Teenager With Mobility Enhancement Techniques
<p>Have you noticed that you can’t bend over and stand on one leg to put on your socks or shoes as easily as you used to? Feel like your muscles are super tight? Chronic knee pain or low back pain that you keeps blaming on arthritis? Doc J breaks down how your lack of mobility and tight muscles are might be the cause of your chronic pain, lack of flexibility and contributing to your arthritis.</p> <p> </p>
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Ep 022: Fast 3 Days a Month to Reset Your Gut, Immune System, Prevent Disease & Increase Longevity
<p>Your digestive system is designed to go without food.  Your sympathetic nervous system is able to deal with it.  Fasting promotes energy burn of reserves.  Fasting allows gut bacteria to work on their neighborhoods vs focus on digesting food all the time.  Bacteria get worn out easily so fasting allows them to store nutrients and proliferate, it’s like a vacation for the gut bugs.  Our gut lining turns over every 3-4 days so why not fast a few days a month to let it reset.  Doc J breaks down how fasting resets your gut and immune system while preventing disease, helps you manage stress and increases longevity.</p>
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Ep 021: Fix Metabolism Issues, Recover Better From Workouts and Increase Longevity by Taking Care of Your Mitochondria
<p>Do you feel you are aging too fast?  Are you tired all the time?  Told you are prediabetic, and cholesterol is too high?  Too tired to go to the gym, not able to lift the amount of weight you want to at the gym or extremely wiped out after a workout?  Gaining weight despite eating healthy?  Have a long history of burning the candles at both ends, eating out, eating processed food and perhaps a few too many alcoholic beverages over the years?  You might have mitochondrial fatigue, a condition where your mitochondria, the energy making factories in your cells are not working properly.  Optimal mitochondrial function is the key to a long vital disease free life, learn about how to assess your mitochondrial function as Doc J talks about how her approach to assessing and treating mitochondrial dysfunction.</p>
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Ep 020: Can Genetic Testing Help You Lose Weight?
<p>Have you tried every diet in the book? Are you sick of getting hooked on a certain super food only to be told that it’s not good for you? If you are struggling to lose weight, frustrated because popular diets haven’t worked for you or you’ve hit a plateau, it might be time to get your genes tested. We now have the ability to determine what type of foods, exercise and habits that suit our genetic make-up. In this episode Doc J breaks down her own Pathway Fit genetic testing results from Pathway Genomics to give you the scoop on whether genetic testing is worth checking out.</p>
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Ep 019: Can Artificial Sweeteners Cause Leaky Gut?
<p>Are you avoiding sugar but drinking diet soda and making low carb sweet treats with sugar substitutes?  Depending on your use of artificial sweeteners you might be doing more harm that good in your quest to avoid sugar or stick with your low carb diet.  Research has shown that consumption of artificial sweeteners, including some processed forms of stevia can irritate your gut lining and kill your good gut bacteria.  In this episode Doc J discusses what's in these artificial sweeteners that are irritating your gut, killing your good bacteria and causing leaky gut symptoms.</p>
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Ep 018: Use Your Blood To Treat Bald Spots, Fine Lines, Wrinkles and Scars
<p>Your plasma contains proteins that have all you need to stimulate hair and tissue growth to treat signs of aging & injuries. Eliminate scars, wrinkles, fine lines and treat old or new injuries with your own blood. Doc J goes into the details of how using your own plasma can provoke tissue regeneration to heal injuries and turn back the clock on signs of aging.</p>
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Ep 017: The Secret to Staying Active as You Age is Acupuncture
<p>Did you ever wonder how little needles can stop headaches, relieve pain, increase mobility and melt muscle tension?  Are you debating trying acupuncture or have tried it and want to know what’s going on with those needles?  Want to eliminate pain, improve your joint mobility and stay active into your 100’s?  Doc J goes into the details of how needles initiate a response in the body, what happens when the needles are in, how far they go in, what to expect during a treatment and how it helps her patients daily to remain pain free and active.  </p>
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Ep 016: Is Food Allergy Testing a Scam?
<p>Do you have digestive issues, itching, rashes, throat swelling, sinus congestion, cough or difficulty breathing with certain foods? Noticing that you are becoming less tolerant of certain foods as you get older? Struggling with constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating or chronic abdominal pain? Chances are you have food sensitivities due to a leaky gut not actual food allergies. Food allergy testing tests for foods that you have created an immune system reaction to and developed an immediate, IgE or delayed IgG reaction to. Doc J breaks down how food allergy testing is useful in determining the status of the gut lining barrier and if you have a leaky gut that has caused food sensitivities versus full on allergies.</p>
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Ep 015: Reduce Cancer Risk by Addressing PMS, Menstrual Headaches, Insomnia and Irritability
<p>Are you a hot mess the week before your period? Irritability, insomnia, fatigue, mood swings, breast tenderness & weight gain frustrating you? It’s possible to end the misery with estrogen detoxing and the right hormone replacement therapy for you. Even if you are not in menopause it is still possible to benefit from hormone replacement therapy. In this episode Doc J breaks down how estrogen dominance contributes to PMS and how many women find relief in balancing their hormones before hitting menopause.</p>
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Ep 0014: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Test to Evaluate Your Thyroid Function But Should
<p>If you have low energy, cold hands and or feet, constipation, acne, dry skin, thinning hair, low heart rate & body aches you might have an underactive thyroid. It’s possible that your doctor tested only 2 tests for your thyroid function and told you that your thyroid is completely normal. These 2 tests, TSH and free T4 are just a quarter of the picture of evaluating your thyroid function completely. If you are convinced that there’s something wrong with your thyroid and your labs keep coming back normal, don’t miss this episode as Doc J breaks down all the tests you need run to fully evaluate your thyroid function.</p>
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Ep 013: Hormone Issues? Toss Out Your Frying Pans & Spatulas!
<p>There are chemicals lurking in your kitchen routine that are affecting your hormones and metabolism. These hormone disrupting chemicals can cause obesity, infertility, hair loss, thyroid conditions and even certain types of cancers. In this episode, Doc J goes through the common chemicals in our daily lives that might be disrupting our normal hormone function and slowing down our metabolisms.</p>
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Ep 012: A Must Have Resource To Get the Best Health Care
<p>Struggling with a chronic condition and not getting answers or enough information out of your doctor in your short visits? Learn how to go to a doctor’s visit prepared with the right questions to maximize your appointment time. Join Doc J as she interviews Dr. Joshua Fink, MD, a double board certified internist and pulmonology disease specialist plus the founder of mymediclique.com, an interactive website dedicated to helping people collect quality research to present to their doctors to get their questions on their conditions and treatments answered. Dr. Fink discusses his free website and how the forums as well as research have helped many all over the world get the answers then need to get the most out of their doctor’s visits.</p>
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Ep 011: Why Chronic Digestive Issues Aren’t Always A Gut Problem
<p>Struggling with digestive issues despite multiple diets, detoxes and supplements? Doc J Krause interviews Elicia Miller a specialist in helping people see their symptoms as a gift. Elicia describes how she overcame her battle with digestive issues by exploring the connection between the effect of unfulfilled needs and trauma in childhood on the digestive symptoms. She now connects others with their triggers, traumas and needs to free them from their symptoms. In this episode Elicia describes how she helps clients and significant others determine their repressed emotions that are causing their chronic symptoms.</p>
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Ep 010: Want Thick Healthy Hair? Fix Your Gut
<p>Are you noticing that your hair is falling out, you have patches of hair missing or thinning hair chances are this is an inflammatory reaction that started in the gut. Stress, poor food choices and nutrient deficiencies can all lead to hair loss. In this episode Doc J breaks down what you need to do to reduce gut inflammation so you can start absorbing nutrients to grow hair again.  </p>
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Ep 09: The Secret To Clear Glowing Skin Is Your Gut
<p>If you have problem skin – acne, rosacea, melasma, hyperpigmentation or even excessively dry skin chances are you’re not eating the right nutrients for your skin. All too often we focus on the topical treatment systems to manage our skin issues when we should be working on our skin from the inside out. In this episode Doc J breaks down how skin issues are connected to problems in the digestive system and how enhancing your digestion to absorb key nutrients your skin needs will get you the clear glowing skin you’ve always wanted.</p>
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Ep 08: How To Stress Less By Having Fun Every Day
<p>[et_pb_section admin_label="section"][et_pb_row admin_label="row"][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text admin_label="Text" background_layout="light" text_orientation="left" use_border_color="off" border_color="#ffffff" border_style="solid"]</p> <p>Stress is a manifestation of not having enough fun in life. How long has it been since you’ve had fun – I mean really had fun? We have rules in our head that are total BS about having fun that need to be broken. Learn how to break the rules you have about having fun and rebel your way into having fun every day with tips from Doc J.</p> <p>What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:<br /> • How to erase the rules in your head keeping you from having fun • The plan you need right now to work fun into everyday • Why you need a hobby • The health risks of not having fun</p> <p>Resources From This Episode:<br /> • <a href= "http://tinybuddha.com/blog/hobby-can-boost-motivation-change-life/"> How A Hobby Can Boost Your Motivation and Change Your Life</a> – Jessica Freeman http://tinybuddha.com/blog/hobby-can-boost-motivation-change-life/ • <a href= "http://tinybuddha.com/blog/how-to-have-more-fun-in-life-keep-your-thoughts-from-pulling-you-down/"> How to Have Fun In Life</a> – Lori Deschene http://tinybuddha.com/blog/how-to-have-more-fun-in-life-keep-your-thoughts-from-pulling-you-down/ • Trent Hamm – The Simple Dollar – <a href= "http://www.thesimpledollar.com/the-frugal-introvert-fifty-ways-to-have-fun-by-yourself-on-the-cheap/"> 50 Ways to Have Fun By Yourself on the Cheap</a></p> <p>Enjoy The Show? Never Miss An Episode<br /> • Subscribe, Rate and Review the show in iTunes<br /> • Subscribe via Stitcher or RSS feed<br /> • Send us feedback via Email<br /> • Leave a comment below</p> <p>Want to stay young for as long as you possibly can? Click below now! [/et_pb_text][et_pb_text admin_label="8 steps to slow down aging button - text module" saved_tabs="all" global_module="6468" background_layout="light" text_orientation="center" use_border_color="off" border_color="#ffffff" border_style="solid"]</p> <p><a id="eightStepsButton" class= "et_pb_button et_pb_button_0 et_pb_module et_pb_bg_layout_light" href="#" name="eightStepsButton">8 Steps To Slow Down Aging Guide</a></p> <p>[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]</p>
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Ep 07: Anxious, Depressed, Irritated, or Stressed? End Your Mental Anguish with Psychobiotics
<p>The benefits of taking probiotics for gut function has been well established however, recent research is now showing that our good gut bugs can also regulate our moods and responses to situations. Certain probiotic strains have been found to regulate cortisol, dopamine, and serotonin production. In this episode Doc J breaks what probiotics to look for, how to take them and maintain them to be in a good mood every day!</p>
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Ep 06: Is Leaky Gut For Real?
<p>Leaky gut is a concept that the cells of our gut lining are inflamed from the foods we eat, environmental toxins, stress as well as hormonal and nutrient deficiencies. Leaky gut gets it’s namesake as molecules of food, viruses, bacteria, fungal organisms, medications and environmental toxins that should stay in the digestive system to be eliminated end up passing through “leaks” in the gut lining to the blood stream. Once these molecules end up in the blood stream the body sees them as foreign molecules and goes to attack them. The body’s overactive immune system response causes a host of issues from muscle & joint pain to skin rashes, hives, acne, headaches and brain fog along with multiple food sensitivities.</p>
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Ep 05: Why The Fittest People On The Planet Do Squats
<p>In the quest to be fit we often spend too much time doing the wrong exercises.  The lower half of the body has the largest muscles, strengthening them is our key to longevity, eliminating low back pain, increased fat burn and energy.  Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, a weekend warrior or new to getting fit Dr. Krause breaks down how to do a squat properly, how to strengthen the muscles you need to do a squat with perfect form and how to incorporate them into your daily routine. In the quest to be fit we often spend too much time doing the wrong exercises.  The lower half of the body has the largest muscles, strengthening them is our key to longevity, eliminating low back pain, increased fat burn and energy.  Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, a weekend warrior or new to getting fit Dr. Krause breaks down how to do a squat properly, how to strengthen the muscles you need to do a squat with perfect form and how to incorporate them into your daily routine. </p> <p><br /> What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:</p> <p>• How to hack your metabolism with squats</p> <p>• Why squatting more prevents low back and hip pain</p> <p>• What squatting does to improve your pooping</p> <p>• How having strong legs boosts your mood and energy </p> <p> </p>
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