Episodes
You might have been skeptical if you had heard about ketones and their benefits a few years ago. After all, ketones are a by-product of fat metabolism, and who wants to think about fat when trying to lose weight?  However, we’re continuing to learn more and more about ketones, and it is becoming clear that they offer several benefits for athletes and people looking to improve their health.  Dr. Latt Mansor is a world expert in physiology and metabolism and has spent many years studying the...
Published 08/11/22
Have you ever realized how much of your balance relies on your feet? This is because of something known as the brain balance connection. The brain balance connection refers to the relationship between the balance nerve in your foot and preventing falls in older adults. This connection is based on neuro balance therapy, which is a new approach to improving balance and preventing falls.  This week I am joined by lifelong fitness and health advocate, Chris Wilson. With nearly 25 years of...
Published 08/04/22
Joy Kong has worked to bring an integration of the precision of Western medicine, and the way Chinese medicine works based on the principle of looking at the body as a whole universe. With stem cell research and therapy, she has found there is no need to go to extremes on one side of the medicine or the other but that there is room to respect all fields. In this episode you will learn: What is a stem cell? The difference between a stem cell and a functional cell The environment needed to...
Published 07/28/22
Can your cell phone, laptop, and WiFi router possibly lead to cancer, brain tumors, fertility issues, anxiety, and depression? The answer is yes, and this is because of EMFs. Have you ever heard of EMFs? EMFs, or electromagnetic fields, are one directional waveforms that disrupt the natural communication of the human body.  Different forms of EMFs can be harmful to human health. Some of the most common types of EMFs include: Cell phone radiation WiFi radiation 5G radiation Dirty...
Published 07/21/22
Robbie Bent, who is building Othership to create connection in response to addiction, is here to let us know that in 5 minutes with breath, you can change your physiological and emotional state. In this episode you will learn: What breathwork is How breathwork differs from meditation How breathwork can help overcome addiction The 3 types of influence your breath has on your current state Why emotional regulation is important How to change and master your state at will A System for...
Published 07/14/22
Owen McKibben is the number 1 Men’s Health cover model in world history having been on the cover 17 times, but he doesn’t just live to look good, he lives to feel good and help others feel good, too. In this episode you will learn: How to optimize your health Why you need to change your relationship with food Pain management strategies How reprogramming your brain is an essential part of vitality How to believe in your ability to win the day The Work of Being in Shape “Being in shape...
Published 07/07/22
Nootropics are any natural or synthetic substance that may have a positive impact on mental skills. Greg Gostincar, a certified brain health professional, has devoted his life to helping health-conscious professionals achieve peak brain and mental performance by using effective science-based techniques combined with the power of nature. Everyone can benefit from nootropics, though everyone responds to them in different ways – it’s not a one-formula fits-all scenario. Things you’ll learn in...
Published 06/30/22
What is your hunger telling you? How do you feel after you eat certain foods? These questions are central to the discussion Danielle brings to the table to better help us understand our bodies. Danielle Hamilton is a functional nutritional therapy practitioner and restorative wellness practitioner who specializes in blood sugar regulation and digestion. She became interested in blood sugar issues when she learned that insulin resistance was at the root of her PCOS. Her mission has become to...
Published 06/24/22
Jeff Gaudette has been running for around 20 years, at all levels of the sport. Under his tutelage, hundreds of runners have finished their first marathon and he’s helped countless runners qualify for the Boston marathon. In this episode you will learn: Why taking things slow is the best thing you can do. How to build up your workout schedule to get from level zero to marathon. The most common mistakes people make when starting out as a runner. How to reduce your risk of injury as you...
Published 04/22/22
This episode will expand your appreciation of light beyond a mere tool of vision. Matt Maruca is the founder and CEO of Ra Optics, which teaches people about the important roles that light plays in health, and develops the most advanced light therapy-based products for transforming health. Learning the biology of light led Matt to the discovery that we are beings of light which helped him learn to let go of being sick as an aspect of his identity, and propelled him on a spiritual journey...
Published 04/14/22
Does your fitness routine give you the opportunity to consciously express yourself and your emotions? Aly Giampolo and Colette Dong are here to talk about how using a trampoline with the influence of dance can help you get out of the stagnation of the executive dealings with your days. Through their professional dance career, they discovered the trampoline is a satisfying high intensity, low impact option for fitness. As they experienced the positive impact this had on their personal bodies...
Published 04/07/22
Have you ever been frustrated that a medical diagnosis didn’t do anything to fix the problem? Reed Davis talks about how this frustration led him to learning more about how to see and improve the health of the whole person through holistic lifestyle medicine. In this episode you will learn: The difference between functional medicine and diagnostic medicine. The constellation markers that functional medicine uses to connect the dots of your health. The most recognizable patterns that are...
Published 04/01/22
Time to regain control of your mind, body, and health. We have an exciting show today! Michelle Norris and Keith Norris, co-founders and CEOs of Paleoƒ(x)™, join Wade Lightheart on the podcast. Their idea for Paleoƒ(x)™ originated in August of 2011 while on a flight home from a health symposium and it now ranks as the largest Paleo platform and event in the world. Paleoƒ(x)™ has been featured in the New York Times, The Huffington Post, and Men’s Health. And Michelle has appeared on Good...
Published 03/24/22
Feeling dis-empowered or anxious about the quality of our sleep doesn’t have to be a day-to-day struggle. We can learn how to train our circadian rhythm to work for us. After navigating insomnia while traveling internationally and experiencing other symptoms of poor health, Mollie created what she couldn’t find – a place to learn the skill set of sleep. Sleep Is A Skill is a company that optimizes people’s sleep through a unique blend of technology, accountability, and behavioral change....
Published 03/17/22
Our guest, Dr. Alan J. Bauman, takes a deep dive into the causes of hair loss in men and women and describes a number of treatment options. Dr. Bauman is a full-time board-certified hair restoration physician who has treated over 30,000 patients and performed more than 10,000 hair transplant procedures since starting his practice at Bauman Medical, located in Boca Raton, FL in 1997. Recognized by Forbes as one of “10 CEOs Transforming Healthcare in America,” Dr. Bauman is known for...
Published 03/10/22
As a business owner, wife, mother, and professor, Nadine Kenney Johnstone was busy! She thought she was doing everything right for her health until she found the power of yoga nidra. Before discovering this type of meditation, she ate nourishing, healthy foods, got good sleep, and exercised. But, she still felt she wasn’t at her best and she saw her relationships weren’t at their optimum, either. She felt distracted and like she wasn’t fully present with the two people she loves most in the...
Published 03/03/22
How we enter this world and leave this world makes a huge difference.  For most of the western world, we all experience a similar allopathic birth protocol in a sterile environment we call the hospital.  Likewise, when we die, we often leave this world in an allopathic environment, like a hospital. Or an allopathic arrangement we call “hospice.”  Unfortunately, there are many shortcomings and mistakes to be found in both the westernized practice of birthing babies and caring for people...
Published 02/24/22
Discover the power of ‘Tonic Herbs’ Our guest Scott Linde, Founder of Sun Potion Transformational Foods, boils down his entrepreneurial motivations to this simple fact: he enjoys feeling real good.  And he wants to share his health and wellness discoveries with others.  Growing up close to nature in Minnesota, Scott has a passion for tonic herbs that may be unrivaled.  Passion is why Sun Potion continues to grow in size, scope, and sales.  So what are ‘tonic herbs’? Why does Scott focus...
Published 02/10/22
For those haunted by a dark past - here’s proof you can turn your life around - starting today!  One of the biggest takeaways from our guest’s story is this: whatever secrets are in your past do not dictate your future (unless you allow it.)  Doug Bopst is a good example. He went from being a drug addict, drug dealer, and convicted felon to one of America’s top fitness trainers.  He entered prison obese and unable to do one push-up. He left prison with a passion for exercise, and this...
Published 02/03/22
Our guest this episode is helping women find their Yin & Yang balance to live more joyous, satisfying lives.  If you are a woman who feels like you can never measure up to how society defines what being a woman looks like - take heart!   Dr. Sonya Jensen knows how you feel. As a mother herself, a wife, and a “career woman” who runs her medical practice, she understands the modern stressors facing women today. Ladies want to be happy in their marriage and feel good about their daily...
Published 01/20/22
“Let’s stop calling it ‘mental health’ and just call it ‘health’”  Our guest on the show, Nanea Reeves, has the credentials to speak on the future marriage of VR and mental healthcare with her 15-year resume in digital distribution, video game technologies, and mobile application development. She was also an early investor in Oculus.  But that’s not all! - Nanea is also the CEO and Co-Founder of TRIPP. This award-winning wellness platform that uses scientifically based, researched...
Published 01/18/22
  A beauty, a biohacker, and a beast walk into a podcast… No joke - what do you get when Wade T. Lightheart invites a dynamic duo like Rachel Varga and Katie Moore onto the show? You get a beauty (Rachel) with clinical skincare experience, a hardcore wellness and longevity expert that tests every biohacking tool on the market (Katie), and a beast (Wade) whose ignorance about skincare might make you spontaneously combust! Seriously, listeners who tune into this episode are in for a lot...
Published 01/13/22
In this interview with leading GMO spokesperson Jeffrey Smith, you will walk away empowered with knowledge that equips you to make positive changes for your health while also opening your eyes to the battle at hand between Big Agro and consumers. Jeffrey Smith keeps issuing his clarion call to consumers to take action -for the sake of humanity - by avoiding GMOs and glyphosate in their food. It’s time to take your passion for organic food to a higher level.  Turn in to become a wise consumer
Published 12/16/21