In this episode, Dr. Murphree discusses the symptomatology of the complicated diagnosis of fibromyalgia. This syndrome can have a myriad of symptoms associated with nutritional deficiencies, restorative sleep, and inflammatory processes. Other areas of discussion are practical tips like diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes.
On this episode, Dr. Motley describes the nature of viral infections and why some people suffer more from the common cold virus than others. He describes how nutrient deficiencies play a role in infection recovery and how to best support your body during seasons of higher cold occurrence.
In today’s episode we sit down with Grammy award-winning artist Brandon Lake to get a behind-the-scenes perspective of what it looks like to navigate seasons of pressure and opportunity. We discuss mental health, family life, relationships, and preserving your health when life’s demands are overwhelming. Through his latest album Help! Brandon touches on one of the most common health concerns people face today- loneliness and anxiety. Learn the small behaviors that can benefit your mental and...
Join us today for a mini-episode from our very own Dr. Chris Motley. Learn how using a tooth chart can help you locate organ insufficiency and understand the correlation of symptoms and disease as it relates to oral health. Learn to identify what to look for in your gums and mouth to determine early signs of imbalance or infection. Dr. Motley also discusses the impact of prior dental work like extractions or root canals and infections that can take place after. This is a dense episode filled...
Dr. Perry Nickleston breaks down the importance of the lymphatic system and how many organ systems are connected with it. Many chronic diseases can be linked to the congestion of lymph flow and on this episode we learn about the ways we can improve drainage and signs that you may have stagnated lymph.
In this episode Dr. Osborne covers common misconceptions about gluten- why gluten is in more than just wheat, barley, and rye, and the appropriate testing to truly discover if you are gluten sensitive or gluten intolerant. Dr. Osborne takes us through the history of gluten, how fortified foods have denatured wheat and why many conditions and symptoms can be linked to poor health as a result of gluten exposures. We also discuss the importance of advocating for your own health and what to look...
On this episode Dr. Motley teaches us how hormones are made and detoxed in the body. You will learn the impact of nutrients and genetics as they relate to hormone production and their relationship to other systems in the body. This mini-teaching is a deep dive into estrogen-driven cancers and will guide you through ayurvedic and traditional chinese medicine remedies that support healthy hormones.
Nichole Hosein is an iridologist that takes us on a journey to understanding our health from the evaluation of the eye. Nichole teaches us the study of iridology and sclerology and the various characteristics that can be evaluated to understand our health better.
We are all informational beings giving off light, vibration, and energy. Using frequency medicine allows us to understand the body on the basis of how frequencies of energy move through the body. Join Dr. Motley and Dr. Dowty as they discuss what frequency medicine is, and how environmental exposures and physical traumas can lead to deficiencies and disease in the body.
Brendan Vermiere is the founder of Metabolic Solutions LLC and a functional mental health practitioner certification.
In this episode, he takes us through the real drivers of brain imbalances and shares his one non-negotiable health priority. Brendan also shares how medication and data (lab testing) are influencing decision-making in the health field.
Kiran Krishnan is a Research Microbiologist and has been involved in the dietary supplement and nutrition market for the past 18 years. He comes from a University research background having spent several years with hands-on R&D in the fields of molecular medicine and microbiology at the University of Iowa. Kiran established a Clinical Research Organization where he designed and conducted dozens of human clinical trials in human nutrition.
Kiran is also a co-founder and Chief Scientific...
Mimi Bouchard is a thought leader in the self-improvement + wellness space. She has helped thousands transform their lives through her actionable and pragmatic approach to personal development. Mimi's guided meditation platform Superhuman has amassed thousands of subscribers that swear by the practice daily. Her top 100 Apple podcast “MIMI” has almost 4 million unique downloads.
On this episode, we sit down with Mimi Bouchard to chat about about envisioning your best self through active...
In this episode, Dr. Chris Motley shares about mental health and brain vitality: How infections, environmental exposures, and nutrition are all connected to brain health.
Todd McCullough (TMAC) is the founder of TMAC FITNESS, a home fitness program that has helped more than 20,000 people get in shape and get their MIND RIGHT. After suffering numerous injuries during his college football days, Todd joined a yoga studio and discovered a way to move with his physical restrictions. This led him to merge his new passion for yoga
with athletic training — and TMAC FITNESS was born. His signature program is TMAC 20: 20 Minute Workouts. No Equipment. No Excuses. Each...
Mike and Angie Lee are a brother and sister duo who cofounded an 8-figure wellness brand — Soul CBD. Mike is a world-ranked professional boxer was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in 2014 that almost ended his career. In and out of hospitals for over two years, he began searching for all-natural alternatives which lead him to discover CBD and all of its incredible physical and mental benefits! Angie is a highly sought after speaker, wellness influencer, professional podcaster & serial...
Patrick K. Porter, PhD is an award-winning author, educator, consultant, entrepreneur, and speaker. With 20 years of experience operating the largest self-help franchise in the world, he has become a highly sought-after expert within the personal improvement industry, having sold over 3 million of his self-help products worldwide. His newest brain-training platform, BrainTap is distinctively designed to activate the brain’s neuroplasticity. Dr. Porter also is dean of mind-based studies at the...
Mckel Hill is a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Nutritionist with a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition and Human Ecology from The Ohio State University. She is the founder of the Mindful Nutrition Method, an online group coaching and course for women who want to create balanced eating habits for life and has been featured in Oprah.com, Women's Health, Today's Dietitian, Healthline, Shorty Awards, The Good Life by Dr. Oz, and more.
In this episode, we sit down with Mckel Hill...
Dr. Jaban Moore is a DC located in Kansas City, MO who works virtually with clients all around the world. At age 25, he went from being an award-winning top athlete in college to feeling like he couldn’t even get out of bed. He later was diagnosed with Lyme disease, and dedicates his practice to helping clients get to the root cause of their chronic illness. Dr. Moore specializes in Lyme disease and co-infections, PANS/PANDAS, autism, heavy metals, parasites, gut health, mitochondrial...
On this mini-episode, Dr. Chris Motley shares how to create more energy in your body to help you balance weight and metabolism, fight fatigue and infection, or deal with joint pain and brain fog: what you should cut out of your diet, what you need to look for, and mindset for energy production.
Rebekah Lyons is an author, speaker, podcast and retreat host who focuses on helping others take charge of their emotional health through practicing rhythms.
In this episode, we it down with Rebekah Lyons to discuss truths and solutions to help you restore the life giving rhythms that help you fulfill your greatest potential: the distinction between behind consuming and creating, assessing the in-puts of your day to day, and practicing non-negotiobles that truly matter!
Jenna Kutcher guides millions of listeners each week in chasing their dreams on her marketing podcast, The Goal Digger. A born-and-raised Minnesota wife, mother, and entrepreneur, Jenna has helped women all over the world redefine success and wake up to their lives through her decade-long work as a leading online educator. She is the author “How Are You Really?”, a motivational telling of maximizing your life!
On this episode, Dr. Josh Axe sits down with Jenna Kutcher to discuss the power...
Dr. Bill Rawls is a licensed physician of over 30 years, and has dedicated his life to medicine. When a health crisis in his early forties abruptly changed his quality of life, he came face to face with the limitations of modern medicine and began to explore the vast possibilities of alternative treatments. Restoring his health through holistic and herbal therapies inspired him to share his revelations on the importance of cellular wellness. Today, he works to bring health and vitality to...
Caytlyn Dee is the founder of Integrative Pelvic Care. This body of work is a portal to integrating every part of our being back into a relationship with our powerful center. She offers online programs and in person retreats for women all over the world to connect and heal in sisterhood: hosted in Denver, CO and Dublin, Ireland.
In this episode, we sit down with Caytlyn Dee to chat about pelvic floor health: how the body and your organs are impacted by that core area, why the pelvis is so...
Dr. John Delony is a mental health expert who has spent more than two decades in crisis response and senior leadership, while earning two PhDs along the way. He also is the author of two best-selling books and is the host of The Dr. John Delony Show.
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. John Delony to discuss the topic of mental health in relation to anxiety, trauma response, and the notion of healing yourself in order to help heal others.