Episode 1: Parasites
Your body is made up of more than just human cells. There are many microscopic partners that assist your body’s functioning. Most of these microbials are beneficial to your health, making up your microbiome. But there can also be parasites that can and do compromise your health and even contribute to multiple health problems. Treating parasites is easy and painless. Join me as we learn about what may be impacting your health.
Episode 2: Heart Health
Heart Disease is known to be a top killer today. Making an easy change in your daily habits is far better than enduring a lifetime of medical protocols. There are natural ways you can take action to turn your heart health around without having to go through the life-changing procedures commonly used after a major heart event.
Episode 3: Gallbladder Headaches
The Gallbladder is a relatively small organ with a big job. Many health issues–notably headaches—relate to your gallbladder. It is all too common to remove a problematic gallbladder, but it doesn’t have to be that way. You can keep yours and restore its health naturally. Avoid the consequences of gallbladder surgery and eliminate the true reason for your headaches.
Episode 4: Breathing
The most essential activity any of us do is to breathe. We repeat it many times each minute and it keeps us alive. Your breath also links your conscious mind with your subconscious mind. It is a vital link to being intentional with your health and your happiness. Come learn about this most basic aspect of life and how to be intentional with your breathing.
Episode 5: Blood Pressure
Your blood pressure is linked to the health of your kidneys. Your kidneys are considered to be the most important organ in your body—even more so than your heart. Come learn why and how to protect the health of your kidneys.
Episode 6: Bladder Health
In the cold months of winter, Chinese Medical theory focuses on the Water Element and the organs responsible for regulating the fluids in your body. After focusing on the Kidney uring the Month of January, turn your attention to your Bladder for the Month of February. You’ll be amazed at how many health issues are related to your bladder health.
Episode 7: Back Pain
There is one type of health concern that 85% of people experience at some point in their life. Back pain can be debilitating and may become chronic. There are many natural ways to effectively lessen back problems without relying on drugs or surgeries. Listen to this show and discover if these options are right for you.
Episode 8: Arthritis
Millions of Americans suffer from various forms of arthritis. Medications prescribed often make you feel better while increasing the amount of arthritis you have. Listen to this podcast and learn what you can do to help your condition while lessoning the pain and discomfort naturally.
Episode 9: Angry Liver
Next to your brain, the most complex organ in your body is your liver. The liver is your major internal filter that helps direct essential components to their rightful places and sends unusable and toxic components toward the exits for excretion. If you have joint concerns, you may find that your liver needs some support. Come learn how to support the health of your liver.
Episode 10: Gut Bacteria
Your body is made up of more than just human cells. There are many more microscopic partners in your body that keep you healthy. What do you need to watch for to maintain a good microbiome? More and more, scientists are jumping on board the importance of probiotics.
Episode 11: Digestive Disruptors
Continuing the conversation on what you eat is a look into what disrupts your ability to properly digest and assimilate the food you eat. You may be surprised when you find out what interferes with your immune system and how easy it can be to improve your health.
Episode 12: Blood Pressure
Your blood pressure is linked to the health of your kidneys. Your kidneys are considered to be the most important organ in your body–even more than your heart. Learn why.
Episode 13: Bladder Health
In the cold months of winter, Chinese Medical Theory focuses on the water element and the organs responsible for regulating the fluids in your body. After the kidney focus in January, turn your attention to your bladder. You’ll be amazed how many health issues are related to your bladder health.
Episode 14: Liver Health
The most complex organ in your body is your liver. The liver is a filter that helps direct essential components to their rightful place and sends unusable and toxic components toward the exits.
Episode 15: Hormones & Cholesterol
Many people misunderstand the way cholesterol functions. Your body actually manufactures the cholesterol from foods you eat, but not the cholesterol you consume. Cholesterol is a precursor to manufacturing the hormones that keep you healthy.
Episode 16: Arthritis
Millions of Americans suffer from various forms of arthritis. There are helpful ways to lessen the pain and discomfort naturally.
Episode 17: Vision Health
We rely on our vision to help us see the world. There are many ways you can take care of your vision using natural methods.
Episode 18: Gall Bladder
The gall bladder is a vital organ for your digestive system. And yet, many people have their gall bladder removed. Taking care of how you treat your gall bladder can allow you to keep this very important organ. Avoid the surgery. Get rid of gallstones naturally.
Episode 19: Back Pain
One of the most common reasons for people missing work is due to back pain. Help can be had without turning to drugs or surgery. Many times people who have had back pain for years without getting relief can find their way back to a pain-free life naturally.
Episode 20: Small Intestine
The small intestine is a central part of your digestive tract. It is where much nutrition is absorbed into your body. Although it’s called small, it’s longer but narrower than the large intestine. Your immune system lives predominantly in your gut. Take care of it naturally.
Episode 21: Back Pain & Sports Injuries
One of the most problematic and common maladies affecting people today. The conditions that arise from sedentary living and improper diet and exercise can lead to unnecessary injuries. Recover can be helped by natural methods that don’t rely on drugs or surgery.
Episode 22: Blood Pressure
Blood pressure is a key indicator of your health. Blood Pressure is often misread in normal checks. However, your blood pressure changes from moment to moment. To truly measure your blood pressure properly there is a protocol that will give you the information you need.
Episode 23: Heart Health
Heart disease is known to be one of the major killers today. an easy change to your daily habits is better than a lifetime of protocols. There are actions you can take to turn your heart health around without having to go through the life-changing procedures commonly used after a major heart event.
Episode 24: Immune System
Your immune system is responsible for keeping illnesses and health conditions from taking hold. The biggest contributor to immune system deficiencies is the amount of sugar in your diet. Sugar comes in many forms other than the white grains in the sugar bowl. Flour products such as pasta, bread, crackers and crusts convert into sugar in your blood stream and lead to many health problems.