Doctor and Health Coach, Joyce Reed, talks to us about burnout from stress. She explains how stress affects your emotional and physical wellbeing and the signs and symptoms to look out for when you’re burnt out. Joyce also shares her health coaching tips and advice on how to recover from burnout through diet and lifestyle. For more information and the show notes, head to the CNM podcast website.
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Thyroid expert Meleni Aldridge shares her inspiring autoimmune thyroid journey and the steps she took to manage her condition. She explains how the thyroid works and the health implications that can arise when the thyroid isn’t functioning properly, including autoimmune thyroid conditions. Meleni also discusses the dietary and lifestyle factors that negatively impact thyroid health and what you can do naturopathically to address thyroid issues. For more information and the show notes, head to...
CNM’s Health Coach course director, Victoria Mudie, talks about changing careers and how she pursued her passion and landed her dream job. She also explains what a Health Coach is, how to become a Health Coach and the career opportunities available in the industry. For more information and the show notes, head to the CNM podcast website.
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Internationally acclaimed scientist Robert Verkerk discusses disease prevention strategies and how to create health naturally through diet and lifestyle. He explains why we need to change the way we think about our health in order to thrive, the driving factors that contribute to disease and why the current healthcare system doesn’t promote long-term health. Robert also runs through the twelve areas of the human constitution and how to optimise each area to supercharge your health. For more...
Natural Chef and the founder of Maple and Co, Adria Wu, shares her wisdom on food, cooking and health, including how to set up and build a successful food business and a thriving career as a Natural Chef. Adria explains how to cook with whole foods and her recommendations on essential kitchen cupboard items and healthy recipes to cook at home.
Leading fertility naturopath and nutritionist, Anna Sangster, discusses the common causes of fertility issues, for both males and females, and the things that are often overlooked when couples are trying to conceive. She also explains the importance of charting, the dietary, lifestyle and environmental factors that affect fertility and a naturopath’s approach to optimising fertility health.
Udo Erasmus, the co-founder of the supplement company Udo’s Choice, discusses the importance of fats in your diet and why the body needs fats to function efficiently. He also explains what are good fats versus bad fats and the effect that damaged oils have on the body.
Learn why statins (cholesterol medication) are the most over-prescribed medication in the western world and how they can cause more harm in the body than good. Justin Smith, the producer-director of the enlightening documentary Statin Nation, explains what cholesterol is and busts some common cholesterol myths, including why high cholesterol isn’t the root cause of heart disease. Justin also offers his tips and advice on how to manage cholesterol naturally through diet and lifestyle
Nutritional Therapist and hormone expert Lorna Driver-Davies discusses perimenopause. She explains what is happening in a woman’s body when she approaches menopause, the symptoms that might occur and when to expect these changes. Lorna also offers her advice on how to manage perimenopause naturally through diet, nutrition and lifestyle.
Dr Joseph Pizzorno, one of the world’s leading authorities on integrative medicine and naturopathic practices, discusses the negative impact that toxins have on health. He explains which toxins are the most dangerous and how to minimise exposure to toxins through diet and lifestyle. Dr Pizzorno also offers advice on how to detox safely and repair tissues and cells when they become damaged from toxins.
Learn how to ferment foods like sauerkraut and make your own kombucha. Natural Chef and author Rachel de Thample discusses food fermentation and how you can get started with fermenting. She explains the health benefits of eating fermented foods, the do’s and don’ts when making your own and the key ingredients and utensils you’ll need. Rachel also shares some simple recipes you can try at home.
Nutritional Therapist Mays Al-Ali discusses blood sugar regulation and how to manage sugar cravings. She explains what happens in the body when we eat food, the dietary and lifestyle factors that impact blood sugar levels and why we crave certain foods. Mays also details the health complications associated with impaired blood sugar regulation including hormone issues and weight gain. She offers her tips and advice on how cravings and blood sugar levels can be managed naturally.
Johann Kellerer, the author of the very enlightening book, Perfume, The Hidden Bane of Your Health talks about the dangers of perfume and fragrances and how these toxic chemicals can negatively affect health. He gives an overview of the fragrance industry and explains the different types of fragrances and how they are manufactured. Johann also shares his tips and advice on how to avoid fragrances and what you can use instead.
Personal Trainer and Nutritional Therapist, Keris Marsden, discusses the role of exercise in optimal health and how to implement an exercise routine that works for you. She busts common exercise myths and explains the training mistakes people make when doing exercise. Keris also shares her dietary recommendations for maintaining energy levels and performance during training and the best foods to eat for recovery.
Anti-ageing and fitness Nutritionist Rick Hay discusses weight management and how you can lose weight healthily through diet and lifestyle. He’ll be explaining the causes of weight gain, factors that contribute to obesity and why it can be difficult to budge the bulge. Rick debunks common weight loss myths and shares his advice and tips on the best ways to keep weight in check.
Juliet Gellatley, the founder of vegan charity Viva! shares the story of how Viva! came to fruition and all the inspiring work she does for animal welfare, health awareness and the environment. She explains what veganism is, the benefits of a plant-based diet and how to go vegan in a healthy way. Juliet also discloses the truth about dairy and the negative impact dairy has on health.
Naturopath and Herbalist, Alex Fraysse, discusses stress and anxiety. He’ll be explaining what the stress response is, the role of our adrenal glands and factors that exacerbate symptoms. Alex shares his advice and tips on how to manage stress and anxiety through diet, lifestyle and herbal medicine.
Naturopath and Eczema Expert, Rebecca Bonneteau, talks about what it was like growing up with chronic eczema and the challenges she had to overcome in adulthood as a result. Rebecca explains the common causes of eczema and how eczema can be managed naturally through diet and lifestyle. She’ll be sharing tips and advice for parents with children who have eczema and the role of gut health in relation to skin conditions.
Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach, Linda Vezzoli, explains what a Health Coach does and how health coaching can help improve your life for the better. She also shares her inspiring fertility journey and the turning point which led to her having a successful pregnancy after numerous miscarriages. Linda reveals a powerful health coaching tool used to transform people’s lives and her top tips to boost health.
Homeopathic Doctor and Naturopath, Jodi Cahill, explains what homeopathy is, how it works and the do’s and don’ts when taking homeopathic remedies. She shares her favourite first aid homeopathic remedies to keep at home for ailments such as fever, bruises and nausea and what remedies you should take travelling. Jodi also discusses how to use naturopathy in combination with homeopathy for maximum health results.
Naturopath and Herbalist, Gemma Hurditch, talks about skin health and the causes of common skin complaints such as acne and dry skin. Gemma explains the role of gut health and vitamin D in relation to skin and the natural approach to healthy skin. She gives her top tips and advice for reducing breakouts and how to implement a natural skincare routine. For more information and the show notes, head to the CNM podcast website.
Nutritional Therapist Melissa Cahill discusses hormone health and PMS. She explains how the female reproductive system works and the hormones involved in regulating a woman’s cycle. Melissa gives insight into the common causes of PMS and the factors which exacerbate symptoms. She also offers her advice on how PMS can be managed naturally through diet and lifestyle.
Nutritional Therapist and best-selling cookery author, Madeleine Shaw, talks about motherhood and nutrition. Madeleine shares her tips and advice on how mums can nourish themselves to stay strong, healthy and energised. Madeleine also explains her get-the-glow philosophy and how she’s built a thriving wellbeing brand attracting thousands of fans around the globe.
Osteopath Bobby Qureshi discusses the common causes of back pain and how back pain can be alleviated naturally. He explains how inflammation impacts the musculoskeletal system and the role of vitamin D when it comes to bones and muscles. Bobby offers his tips and advice on posture and working ergonomically from a desk, plus his favourite remedies for pain relief.
Nutritional therapist Annie Breen talks about the gut-brain connection and how it affects mood and anxiety. She explains why a healthy gut is essential for emotional wellbeing and how gut bacteria impacts brain health. Annie also shares her motherhood journey and how she overcame post-natal depression and anxiety.