In this podcast we talk about brain inflammation and how it causes depression, anxiety, Alzheimer's and dementia.
1 in 6 people take some form of medication for their brain (depression, anxiety, personality disorders etc...)
We also talk about a few key ways to cool or squash brain inflammation. We talk about the effect sugar, vegetable oils and crappy carbs have on inflammation.
We also talk about natural ways to lower brain inflammation.
In this episode we talk about seven foods that seem healthy but aren't.
Big food companies have done an awesome job of marketing certain foods as healthy.
We talk about yogurt, granola, smoothies, gluten free foods, veggie chips, bottles green juices, and agave.
In this podcast we talk about two common causes of joint pain that have nothing to do with an 'old' injury.
In this episode we talk about the effect that Leaky Gut Syndrome and High Circulating Insulin have on inflammation and joint pain.
We also talk about a few natural ways to lower inflammation and help improve joint pain.
In this episode we talk about Five important blood tests that you should ask your doctor to order. These tests aren't typically ordered unless requested even though they can provide a lot of important information about your health.
We talk about Triglycerides, C-Reactive Protein, Vitamin D Level, Omega-3 level, HA1C.
In this episode we talk about the four unique stages that you go through as you go from being healthy and getting a disease.
You don't go to bed healthy tonight and wake up with a disease tomorrow. It can take years for a disease to show up.
Your body also gives you clues as you move from health to disease.
Sometimes the clues are subtle, like low energy, while other times they are more obvious.
Most blood tests aren't designed to help prevent a disease, rather they are simply to detect it.
By understanding the four stages, and by listening to the clues your body is giving you...
You can take the necessary steps to stop heading toward a disease and return to health.
It's also important to know what stage you're in because each stage has a different approach.