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“Your Life Style Is Your Medicine” is a podcast that focuses on how a person's lifestyle can be the key to health and happiness. Routed in the principles of lifestyle medicine, Ed Paget, osteopath, and exercise scientist, interviews area-specific experts on how lifestyle impacts well-being, focusing on purpose, physical activity, nutrition, sleep, and stress, which could lead to a longer, happier life. Edward now runs immersive lifestyle medicine retreats, with the purpose of helping others ...
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Discover the secrets to managing your thyroid health as Dr. Heather Stone, a leading functional medical practitioner, joins us to demystify the complexities of hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Our metabolism and energy levels hinge on the tiny yet mighty thyroid gland, and when it falters, the repercussions can be profound. Dr. Stone ope…
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Navigating life's challenges often means confronting habits that no longer serve us. My conversation with Kevin Smith, a close friend who courageously transitioned to a sober lifestyle, uncovers the subtleties of such a transformation without the stereotypes often associated with it. We unravel the cultural tapestry that intertwines alcohol with ou…
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Ever wondered how something as simple as a supplement could potentially transform your brain's recovery from injury or even aid in the combat against long COVID-19’s after-effects? In today’s episode, Dr. Candow offers compelling insights into the research backing creatine's ability to support cognitive function during physically demanding activiti…
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Discover the intricate dance of the brain within our skulls and the surprising ways concussions can occur without a direct blow to the head. My guest today is Dr. Perry Maynard, a seasoned board-certified chiropractic neurologist specializing in managing complex neurological cases, including post-concussive syndrome, vertigo, balance disorders, and…
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Prepare to be enlightened as we journey with Dr. Lara May through the transformative world of functional medicine. Dr. May expertly unveils how addressing the root causes of illness and understanding the body's interconnected systems can lead to lasting wellness instead of merely treating symptoms. Navigating the complexities of clinical studies, t…
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Would you believe the very air you're breathing might be sabotaging your health? Imagine my surprise when I learned that mold - something we often dismiss as just a minor annoyance - is actually a silent invader wreaking havoc on our health and well-being. So, I decided it was time to talk about this topic again. And who better to guide us than my …
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Pregnancy and childbirth are life-changing experiences for parents; bringing a healthy baby into the world is a wonderful gift. However, this experience alters women forever, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. In the podcast episode with Peter Lap, the founder of the Super Affordable Healthy Postnatal Body Program, we delve into the crucial …
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What do Bruce Willis, Ronald Reagan, Sugar Ray Robinson, Tony Bennet, and Gabriel García Márquez have in common? Besides being well-known worldwide for their talent in their respective fields, such as leaders, writing, music, sports, and acting, they also suffered from a common disease that regular people from all walks of life can be affected by: …
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What if you could unlock your inner spiritual growth and reshape your relationships through thoughtful conversations? Our latest episode brings you a fascinating discussion with Amrit Singh, a yoga and meditation veteran who shares his journey of spiritual exploration beyond the confines of the religious community. We dig into the notion of a poten…
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What's the real cost of chasing the American dream? Today, we're exploring this question with Carlos Hidalgo, author of Un-American Dream, a book about his personal journey of chasing recognition, prestige, and riches and how it almost cost him his marriage, identity, and career. As we dissect the societal pressures leading us towards overwork and …
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Mental health is pivotal in today's live-to-work culture and our children’s emotional and behavioral development. Join us as we welcome our insightful guest, Paul Weedon. As an integrative therapist and embodiment coach, Paul navigates us through the labyrinth of life's challenges, explaining why self-care is primordial in the work environment. He …
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Have you ever found yourself battling chronic pain and felt that none of the traditional pain management models worked for you? Then join us in our latest podcast episode, where we sit down with innovative thought leader Vinny Crispino, founder of the Pain Academy. Vinnie shares his riveting story of resilience, from being an aspiring Olympic to su…
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Do you ever wonder how a performance coach might impact the world of Formula One racing or how the principles of coaching can be applied to the demanding corporate world? Join us as we navigate this fascinating intersection with Judit Schneider, an executive well-being and performance coach. She is a highly experienced coach with a background in co…
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In an era where fast food restaurants are seemingly on every corner, and adverts for sugary treats bombard kids daily, steering children towards healthier habits can be an uphill battle. Parents play a pivotal role in shaping their offspring's dietary choices and habits. Guiding kids towards a healthier lifestyle involves more than just deciding wh…
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The path to improving your health might be scary. Why? Because it means you have to change your lifestyle and even rethink your goals and purpose. In today’s episode, my guest Dai Manuel is the perfect example of physical, mental, and spiritual transformation to achieve wellness. But it's not what you might expect. From struggling with obesity and …
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Does the idea of hot flashes, mood swings, and sleepless nights sound familiar? Have you been told that taking over-the-counter supplements or simply toughing them out is the solution? But are you still struggling with the daily pain and discomfort of menopause? It's time to take control and find a more effective solution. In today’s podcast, Dr. R…
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Candida auris is a highly resistant strain of candida that has evolved due to overexposure to prescribed drugs. It can even disguise itself as a disease, a vitamin, and/or a mineral deficiency. When in reality, the cause most of the time is iatrogenic. Conventional antifungal medications may not be effective in treating it. That’s why it is critica…
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In Today's podcast, Ed Paget shares two ways he tracks his health. Both these methods give external validation to the subjective feelings of well-being. The tools discussed here have been instrumental in forming my current exercise, rest, and recovery protocols and will play a role in my health tracking in the future. InsideTracker: Analysis and Re…
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Choosing between a hospital and home birth is a personal decision. Hospital births typically have access to medical equipment and emergency interventions but may be more likely to encourage unnecessary interventions. Home births offer a more intimate and relaxed setting, which can reduce stress and anxiety for the mother. A holistic approach to chi…
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Chronic pain and insomnia are often intertwined, exacerbating each other and resulting in a vicious cycle. The presence of chronic pain can disrupt sleep patterns, leading to insomnia. Similarly, insomnia can worsen chronic pain symptoms as the lack of restful sleep can intensify pain perception. Understanding the connection between these condition…
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If you need more visible results despite the time, effort, and energy put into embracing ancestral traditions and nourishment to achieve vibrant health, then you are not alone! After discovering "Born to Run," Barefoot Ted McDonald embarked on a journey to explore ancient cultures, nourishing traditions, and a healthier lifestyle - little did he kn…
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Everyone knows that anything worth having takes work and effort. But what happens when you have accumulated a lifetime of feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and stuck because you're doing the work but not seeing the desired results? And over time, your body also takes a toll with pain, sickness, and stress. What do you do when you reach that point? I…
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Does this sound familiar? You've been told to "eat less and exercise more" to get optimal health and well-being, but you're still not seeing the desired results. If this resonates with you and you feel stuck, this episode is for you. Experience the power of holistic health and unlock your true transformation with the help of an experienced coach. T…
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Exercise, nutrition, rest, managing stress, avoiding toxic substances, and building community are Lifestyle Medicine's tenants to structure changes to add healthspan to your lifespan. That’s what my guest of today’s episode did to become the best version of himself. Eric Hinman, driven by vanity and competition, embarks on a 15-year journey of habi…
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Being an Osteopath means finding the root cause of pain and eliminating it. This means taking the time to listen to the patient and ask what they want to achieve and what their bigger purpose is. Taking a holistic approach, it is important to consider lifestyle factors such as stress levels, sleep, nutrition, and exercise, which may contribute to t…
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We all strive to achieve happiness, but do we really know what happiness is? Everybody defines happiness: as success, wealth, knowledge, pair recognition, etc. However, not everybody knows that we are biologically wired to thrive and survive, just as every living thing on this planet does through homeostasis. In this episode, Liam Naden, a research…
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Can we create health after 50? My guest this week, Gregory Anne Cox, talks about the importance of mindset in our question about health and wellness. She addresses the importance of finding what works for each individual and doesn't let the values and beliefs of others determine your actions and how you feel about yourself. Greg is a Certified Life…
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Functional medicine is a term that is largely unfamiliar to the general public, although it was how doctors used to treat patients in the past. Functional medicine can be difficult to define, so comparing it to allopathic medicine can give us a broad understanding of this approach. In conventional medicine, doctors diagnose a disease and then match…
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The nervous system is the body’s command center. Originating from the brain, it controls movements, thoughts, and automatic responses to the world around us. It also controls other body systems and processes, such as digestion, breathing, sleep, healing, stress response, and aging. Thousands of disorders and conditions can affect this complex syste…
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Mold is a natural part of the environment and plays an integral role in nature by breaking down dead organic matter, such as fallen leaves and dead trees. Mold reproduces through tiny spores, which are like seeds but invisible to the naked eye, that float through the air and deposit on surfaces. When the temperature, moisture, and available nutrien…
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Thousands of years of exposure to the natural environment have molded the way our bodies adapt and respond to stress. With the advances in modern technology, we rarely need to challenge ourselves physically. This means most of us have no idea of what we are truly capable of. The feats of endurance that our ancestors took for granted now seem imposs…
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Movement is one of the pillars of increasing one's healthspan, which ultimately will secure happiness and longevity in a lifespan. There are several ways to become healthier through movement, like going to the gym, lifting weights, playing a sport, doing yoga, etc. Yet, not everybody knows the functionality exercise brings to our bodies; sure, we c…
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A good night's sleep is vital for every human being to survive. We all know that doctors recommend between 6-8 hours in a day; this means an average of 229,961 sleeping hours or one-third in a lifetime. Given this fact, a good mattress is essential to get the necessary rest our body needs. Getting a quality mattress can turn into a true quest; ther…
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Epigenetics is the study of how your behaviors and environment can cause changes that affect the way your genes work. These changes are reversible and do not change your DNA sequence, but they can modify how your body reads a DNA sequence. During development, the DNA that makes up our genes accumulates chemical marks that determine how much or litt…
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What do you do when you are sick and don't know the cause of your illness? Well, like any regular person, you would go to your doctor's appointment, and in that 10-minute appointment, the doctor might come up with a diagnosis or send you for tests. This can be part of the process, but many people have to wait until they are really sick to fit into …
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In this episode, I explore how conventional farming affects the quality of the nutrients in our food and the benefits of transforming traditional agriculture into Regenerative Agriculture. Regenerative Agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that seeks to rehabilitate and enhance the entire ecosystem of conventional farms. It fo…
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Autoimmune disease happens when the body's natural defense system can't tell the difference between your own cells and foreign cells, causing the body to attack itself mistakenly. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is one of 80 types of autoimmune diseases that affect a wide range of body parts. In this episode, I talk to Dr. Terry Wahls who is a clinical pro…
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One of the pillars of a long and healthy life is nutrition. Holistic nutrition is the process of sourcing good quality food and preparing it properly in order for the body to absorb as many of the nutrients as possible. Holistic nutrition requires a whole-life approach— one’s health is an expression of the complex interplay between the physical and…
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Welcome to "Your lifestyle is your medicine" This is the podcast where we're going to get into the true mind, body, spirit or as I like to say Matter, Mindset and Mojo. I will cover a huge breadth of material which we can call lifestyle medicine and I’ll do this by interviewing experts in their fields. If you can take away just a little bit of the …
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