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Your #1 podcast for health tips, tools and resources to help you and your family live the vibrant life you were created for! The Healthy Living podcast will cover a range of topics such as digestive disorders, IBS, food sensitivities, nutrients and their effect in the body, herbs and their uses, body systems/organs, how they work and how to improve their function along with Interviews with top health professionals. Host Angela Busby will discus and dissect hot topics such as Paleo, vaccinati ...
 
Imagine if we could alter our thought patterns so that all diseases, accidents, and other seemingly tragic events became tools to help guide us along life’s path. Spiritual Naturopathy addresses the emotional causes of health conditions, providing a deeper understanding of ailments and the nutrients necessary to heal the body.
 
Je suis Delphine, je suis Naturopathe, praticienne en Psychologie positive, Analyse transactionnelle et PNL. Campag'Naturo est le podcast, qui milite gentiment pour une vie plus saine et plus tranquille. Ici, on parle bien-être et gestion des émotions. Mon fil conducteur est de vous proposer de prendre soin de vous. Je vous propose de vous motiver à le faire sans que cela ressemble à un parcours du combattant. Une belle promenade sur le chemin du mieux-être. Tout doit devenir facile à compre ...
 
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The Överkalix study could be one of the most important studies ever done to show that some of the changes passed down to the next generation have little to do with one’s parents’ DNA. Those changes are more about the stresses that one’s parents’ grandparents (including the grandfathers and great-grandfathers of the fathers) experienced pre-puberty.…
 
In our continuing quest to inform about exercise, we talked about how high intensity interval training can be helpful. It can increase fat burning during and after exercise, improve insulin sensitivity, lower blood sugar, increase muscle mass, and burn visceral fat. It doesn’t have to take a long time, so it’s very effiicent! Anyone can do it if th…
 
During this episode we get the opportunity to speak with Dr. Melina Roberts. Dr. Melina Roberts is recognized as one of the top Biological Medicine practitioners in North America and was selected by Dr. Thomas Rau to be a lecturer for the Swiss Biomedicine Academy. She is a published author of the book “Building a Healthy Child” and has articles in…
 
40,000 babies were born during the Dutch winter famine of 1944-1945. It was the first time in documented history that all the details of the effects of famine could get followed for generations to come. For those pregnancies that survived, the results were unexpected in many ways. This episode is about what we learned. Today, Dr. Karl continues to …
 
Never before in history has there ever been such a well-documented, yet devastating, famine that affected so many people. In the Dutch Hunger Winter of 1944-1945, food got shut off for 4.5 million people of all classes for seven months. The caloric intake dropped to 450 calories per person. Then, almost instantaneously after the war ended, everyone…
 
This week, we had a question about potassium sorbate effecting gut flora, and it was a great question because additives and preservatives CAN affect gut flora. Cutting out processed food can help your digestion! We went on to talk about food tracking, how services like MyFitnessPal, LoseIt, and Fooducate can all help with weight loss. We compared W…
 
It’s unbelievable to think that there’s a method to assess your genetic mutations and to support your aberrant mutations that are hypo-functioning and hyper-functioning to create a better metabolic life. That has to do with learning ‘what you are made of’, in terms of your genetic (genome) report, and seeing what areas of your genes contribute to e…
 
Today we welcomed in Spring and encouraged people to enjoy it. It’s still Women’s History Month, so today we honored a former teacher and researcher in naturopathic medicine, Anna MacIntosh, Ph.D., N.D. There is a research scholarship named for her. She managed to make physiology, nutrition, and biochemistry interesting and fun! I also honored Mayi…
 
Whether you refer to the teenagers in your family, your children, or possibly even yourself, everyone’s lives have become very restricted during COVID, and that creates the risk of severe depression. This podcast connects the dots of some things you can do to change that for everybody. Today, Dr. Karl will continue with the idea of GABA versus glut…
 
Today we talked about the origin of St. Patrick’s Day. Apparently, good ol’ Maewyn did NOT physically chase the snakes OR the pagans out of Ireland, but he DID promote and spread the practice of Christianity there. But he wasn’t born in Ireland, likely in Wales or Scotland, to a Briton of Roman descent! Who knew. In the US, anywhere where there’s l…
 
The increasing rates of suicide and addiction are serious issues that seldom get discussed publicly, and most people tend to think that there is nothing that can be done about them. Contrary to that is the use of ketones and ketosis to change one’s emotional disposition. That information is serious and important, and it is not difficult to understa…
 
This week we talked about the origin of International Women’s Day. Did you know that it came from the Socialist Party in Russia obtaining suffrage for women in 1917? In the US, the Socialist Party held a Women’s Day on February 28, 1909 in honor of women in the labor movement. March 8 was adapted after Russian suffrage, and then it was made officia…
 
Long before you come to a formal diagnosis, there is a lot that you can do to improve your situation without the use of any medication. It’s time to look into some basic and some of the less basic things that you can do for yourself, like getting to know about your genome “SNPs”, the light you get exposed to, vitamin D, and getting off carbs as muc…
 
Today we talked about what it’s good for you to eat your fruits and vegetables. You’d think it would be obvious, but a lot of Americans still aren’t that great at it. We talked about ways to prepare your vegetables, such as soups, stews, stirfries, salads. We also discussed all the nutritional benefits. We also started the conversation about why PR…
 
This popular episode contains such great info we just had to broadcast it again! We hope that this refresher brings to light some new gems that will bring even more health, joy and vitality to you and your family Happy listening! Are you tired most days? Does everything feel like a massive effort!? If so you may be suffering from one of the "3 Type…
 
S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder) keeps coming back for many of us every winter, and as we get older, it gets harder for us to deal with it. The risk factors for S.A.D. include being female, living far from the equator, having a family history, and having an MTHFR gene mutation. All of that is true for Dr. Karl, apart from being female. In this …
 
This week, I talked about what it feels like to get the COVID-19 vaccine, what you experience afterward, and if it’s worth it. The short answer is YES! If the research bears out and this vaccine is safe and effective, it’s our way out of this pandemic. We also discussed how the flu season didn’t happen. Many factors: kids not in school, everyone ma…
 
Dr. Karl first got exposed to genomic mutations (SNPs) back in 2003, when he worked with autistic children. At the time, he thought that he had found correlations (spoiler alert- autism is very multifactorial) with that condition. Then he began requesting other SNP lab tests with his patients. The helpfulness of those tests has not diminished over …
 
Today we discussed whether it’s a good idea to visit your vaccinated family if you are non-vaccinated, and the short answer is maybe. The vaccine isn’t 100% effective, you can still transmit it, anyone under 16 can’t get vaccinated at all, and transmission levels although lower are not dramatically lower. So if you visit, you still have to mask, di…
 
We are bringing you Part 3 of our four-part investigation into how people differ from one another, despite having similar conditions like obesity, fatty liver, infertility, or hormone imbalances. The data that we are covering in this investigation shows us how to help people return to health from their current situation, condition, or disorder. Tod…
 
This week, we alerted listeners to the drug montelukast, brand name Singulair. This anti-leukotriene drug is commonly given to children and adults with allergies and asthma. The manufacturer has known for at least ten years that it can cause severe psychiatric effects in children, and yet the drug continues to be prescribed. I discussed the mechani…
 
In our last episode, we covered the beginning of what we do in this program. Dr. Karl’s intention is for you to get to know the various components personally because he feels that it is reasonable for you to seek out a local physician wherever you live. It is more than likely that you will find a physician in your area who is doing, or at least thi…
 
I reminded people to avoid anti-inflammatories and to get rest after getting the COVID-19 vaccine for maximum effect. Because it’s another major snow day, I talked about how to stay warm naturally in the winter, from foods to eat to what to wear to hydrotherapy! And I talked about fatty liver, an unfortunately common malady with excess consumption …
 
Today, Dr. Karl will be covering how to do his 90-days, deep-dive, data-driven program to help people with certain conditions know what is going on with them, and how to treat it. He will discuss four different conditions: infertility, hormone-imbalance, Crohn's disease, and obesity, and explain how people can address and get to understand them mor…
 
I found that lots of people getting the COVID-19 vaccination are having some symptoms afterward, and are taking anti-inflammatories and going on with their lives. I encouraged avoiding those if possible, and getting rest to maximize the effects of the vaccine. We had a question about sea buckthorn oil, which is great for cholesterol and skin health…
 
We have another exciting topic today. It is a fascinating ancestral story of Laron’s syndrome, Sephardic Jews, the Spanish Inquisition, a village in Ecuador, and a possible secret to longevity and avoiding cancer. Hint: IGF-1 plays a vital role in all of this. But how? We will be giving you some more information on Laron Syndrome, in addition to th…
 
Today as a follow up to last week’s discussion of the Mediterranean Diet, I talked about a whole bunch of healthy foods that can improve cardiovascular health. They can lower LDL, raise HDL, lower triglycerides, reduce stroke and heart attack risk, and help to lower blood pressure. Mostly, stuff with fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, and …
 
“Accept what you cannot change, change what you cannot accept.” - Reinhold Niebuhr Coming out of a crazy year to say the least, it’s time to take a moment to refresh, refocus and make some changes internally to ensure that at the very least our internal compass and attitude is on track to make 2021 a better year. "And we know that all things work t…
 
We are talking about dairy today. Many conditions are associated with dairy, like prostate and breast cancer, making autism worse, asthma, acne, etc. In this podcast, we will share some factual reasons why that is so and what you can do to fix it. Keto Keto formally means that you have measurable ketones in your bloodstream. People following a keto…
 
Ron and I got the COVID-19 vaccine! We talk about why we made the decision to do it, what we experienced, and some ways to help mitigate side effects. We got a great question about the benefits of the Mediterranean diet so we talked about that! You can’t go wrong eating vegetables and fruit, a little cheese, olive oil, fish at least 2x/week, nuts, …
 
Today we talked about New Year’s resolutions, and also intermittent fasting. Only part of intermittent fasting is really about the temporal nature of it; the rest is common sense about how to eat and exercise. So we went through the whole thing again because it bears repeating. We also had a few good tidbits from Dr. Alan Gaby’s store of great info…
 
Médecine ou Naturopathie? Médecine conventionnelle ou alternative? Politiquement correct ou hors des sentiers battus? Je continuerai toujours à penser que mon métier est complémentaire à la Médecine conventionnelle en lieu et place de chacun. Pour le coup, j'ai pas envie de faire sans, j'ai pas envie de nourrir des drames et j'ai pas envie de me se…
 
Happy New Year to all our listeners! Today’s podcast is an important one for many people and specifically for the lady who sent Dr. Karl an email all about Lipedema, which he unfortunately lost and was never able to find again. This podcast is about how Dr. Karl would approach things if talking to someone who needed help with Lipedema. His method i…
 
Today I talked about the upcoming New Year and how we’re looking forward to 2021 being a better year than 2020. I also wished my mom a Happy Birthday since her birthday is broadcast day, December 30. I reported on side effects that people I know who have had the COVID-19 vaccine have gotten (minor to none). I also talked about graduating from my or…
 
Today I talked more about the COVID-19 vaccination, the ingredients of both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Neither of them has preservative, and no heavy metals! I’m including links for more information. Fact Sheet: www.cvdvaccine.com; phone 1-877-829-2619 To report side effects: Phone: 1-800-822-7967 LInk: https://vaers.hhs.gov/reportevent.html …
 
This week, there’s great excitement over the initial rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination by Pfizer. We talked about the rollout, how it works, who is likely to be in line for it, and what it may contain. More info on that next week! I also talked about some meds and natural treatments for COVID-19 as presented by Heather Zwickey, PhD, microbiologis…
 
There is so much noise and intentional misinformation around keto, low carb, and carnivore that people quit before they even start. How my past has lead to creating the safest, most efficient method for long-term weight loss has meant learning to recognize intentionally misleading information and go around it. Based on labs, data tracking, and the …
 
Not everyone is ‘on the same page' regarding some topics in the Ketogenic diet community. This podcast is about some of those issues. On some of those topics, they have made me reconsider what my perspective is, and frankly, now I no longer think as I did. Listen in and maybe you too will reconsider some of your previous assumptions about the Ketog…
 
People often ask Dr. Goldkamp about what the “keto rash” is and why they get it. He has never seen it or experienced it himself, so he decided to look into who gets that kind of rash and why. In this episode, Dr. Goldkamp also looks into some new research related to lung improvement with keto and why so many people have reported being able to breat…
 
Happy Hanukkah! Our COVID-19 Quarantine and Helpful Supplements, Pelvic Pain Last Thursday, Ron had an acute GI bug, from which he recovered very quickly. However, unknown bugs are COVID-19 until proven otherwise. Here’s how Ron and I handled it; it included getting tested and quarantining! I also answered a listener’s questions about supplements t…
 
Corn oil is like inflammation in a bottle. The problem with it is that it is a high concentration of a very inflammatory fat, linoleic acid, and Omega-6 polyunsaturated fat. In this episode, we finish pulling back the curtain on the Industrial Corn Complex and how it’s ruining your health by compromising your metabolism without you even knowing it.…
 
Today, we continue with our story about corn. The industrialization of our food supply has resulted in an explosion of calorie-rich, nutrient-poor, and incredibly cheap processed foods. In this episode, we explain how that happened, and we also discuss the consequences. It is a great story that might change your life, so be sure to listen in. The A…
 
This week, I gave a short update about my fracture healing process. Then I went into bruising, why it itches, why all the pretty colors, and some help for it. I also talked about histamine sensitivity and intolerance and how to calm it down.โดย Name: Fran Storch, N.D. and Ron Manizza
 
Happy Almost Thanksgiving! OK, so I’m well enough to make a show and talk all about my fracture experience! I talked about the different kinds of fractures, what kind mine is and how it happened, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment, including nutrition and supplementation. I finished off with why traditional Thanksgiving foods are good for you.…
 
Angela takes us through some simple but surprisingly effective tips and resources to help your kids get a better sleep, which let’s be honest will improve everyone’s existence! ZipSheets Flux - Blue blocking app - Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed this episode the best compliment you can give is a referral, so please share this with your friends…
 
For some, this is the long-awaited topic, conversation, that many feel represents their experience most accurately. It's for the people who have endured the often unnecessary work of getting started with the Ketogenic diet only to have it become a thoroughly frustrating time and effort. For others, this might be too ‘granular’ in terms of talking a…
 
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