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Best Dr. Keesha Ewers podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Dr. Keesha Ewers podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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I help women discover what is keeping them from feeling amazing so they can live free of stress, fatigue, and pain. Every woman deserves to be fabulous, fit, and free! Dr. Keesha Ewers has been in the medical field for over 28 years. She is a Certified Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) with a specialty in primary care or family practice (FNP), has a Master’s degree in Ayurveda, is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, and has a doctorate in sexology with an emphasis on ho ...
 
Each week on the ENERGY To Thrive podcast, Jennifer Powter shares practical tips, strategies, interviews and resources to help women get their lives back on track, both physically and emotionally. It’s about creating true transformation from the inside out. Popular topics include health, fitness, weight loss, relationships, emotional resilience, and self care. Find out more: www.jenniferpowter.com
 
HEALTH. What does the word mean to you? Health is a deeply personal concept—you are allowed to write your own definition, set your own goals, map out your own strategy. But let’s be honest, health is also an industry: products, pundits, providers, payers. Where do you start? How do you navigate the noise? Welcome to the Big Bold Health Podcast. Your hosts are Jeffrey Bland, PhD (scientist, thought leader, natural products pioneer) and James Maskell (economist, entrepreneur, innovator). BIG t ...
 
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Today my guest is hardcore crypto tantric engineer Vinay Gupta. I first heard Vinay on a podcast a few years ago speaking about enlightenment and saving the world with Bucky Fuller style innovation and inspiration. His approach seemed radically applied and pragmatic - with intense spiritual practice comes real moral responsibility. This is antithet…
 
Today my guest is Jamie Wheal. Jamie is the Executive Director of The Flow Genome Project and leading expert in the neurophysiology of human performance. His work combines a background in expeditionary education, wilderness medicine, and surf rescue, with over a decade of advising high-growth companies on strategy, execution, and leadership. Jamie'…
 
Today my guest is Erik Davis. Erik is an author, podcaster, award-winning journalist, and popular speaker based in San Francisco. I reached out to Erik after reading his latest book “High Weirdness” - an exploration of the emergence of a new psychedelic spirituality in the work of Philip K. Dick, Terence McKenna, and Robert Anton Wilson. While we d…
 
Northern Appalachia is home to a small family farm called Angelica Mill. This historic land is owned and worked by Sam Beer and his wife, Lucia. What makes this place—and these people—unique? They may be the only growers in the United States of an ancient crop that has a powerful phytonutrient profile: Himalayan Tartary Buckwheat. Big Bold Health i…
 
Today my guest is Matthew Pirkowski. Matthew writes very smart things on Twitter and Medium generally under the heading of Complexity. He weaves a background in psychology, math, and complexity science together for Very Original Thinking. Follow him on Twitter Go check out other podcasts on my YouTube channel Enjoy the show? Consider becoming a pat…
 
There may not be a roadmap for being healthy in an unhealthy world, but Pilar Gerasimo is deviating from the norm to create a pathway to healthy living. In Episode 19 of the Big Bold Health Podcast, Pilar and Dr. Jeff Bland discuss the big, bold, revolutionary path to living a happy and healthy life for the long haul. It’s a rebel cause that requir…
 
Personal stories have power. They can be inspirational, motivational, and even transformational. Dr. Jeff Bland and Christie Clark are siblings, baby boomers, great friends, and occasional rivals (at least when windsurfing is involved…). They also share a lifelong interest in all things health. Listen in as Jeff and Christie discuss food, fitness, …
 
When society fractures, who winds up on The Fringe? Also: what’s happening on The Fringe? Today I am joined by Rachel Haywire- creator of Trigger Warning. They are: “a gang of ideological deviants who realize that most other deviants and intellectuals have now lost their ability to see outside the box of political correctness." Rachel is asking goo…
 
Whether it’s little bumps, big rashes, or a special glow, your skin can tell a story. It’s easy to think about skin only as an external organ, but—in fact—it is systemically connected to the rest of the body, and therefore it’s more accurate to think of skin as a reflection of overall health and function. Trevor Cates is a naturopathic physician—th…
 
Bodies, it turns out, know how to heal, and sometimes nature is the best pharmacist. Dr. Hyla Cass is an integrative psychiatrist and an expert on mental health, brain degeneration, and dementia. Her message: personalized prevention is possible if you know the right strategies, and so is recovery from overmedication. After more than 30 years in the…
 
Today my guest is Daniel Schmachtenberger. Daniel is a Co-Founder at the Neurohacker Collective and director of Research and Development, where he is focused on developing processes and technologies for advancing medicine and human optimization. He is particularly focused on personalized medicine, adequate approaches to complex illness, and deepeni…
 
Amidst all of the big changes and uncertainty we're experiencing in the world today, we can come to all kinds of conclusions about what it all means and how we fit into the picture. One common story we hear from well-intentioned activists fighting against wealth inequality and climate change: the accumulation of wealth is evil. The rich are destroy…
 
In traditional cultures, women are the healers, the teachers, the nurturers, and the souls of their communities. What can we learn from these extraordinary examples that link past to present? We are in the midst of a female-centered revitalization of both health care and self care. Dr. Keesha Ewers—integrative medicine expert, best-selling author, …
 
Amidst all of the big changes and uncertainty we're experiencing in the world today, we can come to all kinds of conclusions about what it all means and how we fit into the picture. One common story we hear from well-intentioned activists fighting against wealth inequality and climate change: the accumulation of wealth is evil. The rich are destroy…
 
Today my guest is Venkatesh Rao. Venkat is a writer and independent management consultant focusing mainly on the “challenges at the intersection of technology, strategy, and organizational development, at midsized or large companies.” You can find Venkat’s writing on Ribbonfarm, Breaking Smart, and The Art of the Gig. We cover a wide range of topic…
 
Today my guest is Stephen Jenkinson. Stephen is a teacher, author, storyteller, spiritual activist, farmer and founder of the Orphan Wisdom School, a teaching house and learning house for the skills of deep living and making human culture. It is rooted in knowing history, being claimed by ancestry, working for a time ​yet to come.​ Stephen worked f…
 
Today my guest is the profound and salty Jim Rutt. Jim is a polymath of the highest order: former CEO of Network Solutions, former Chairman of the Santa Fe Institute, one of the leading thinkers behind the highly scalable blockchain architecture BigChainDB, and host of the Jim Rutt Show. Jim is deeply committed to asking better and more precise que…
 
She may call herself an accidental activist, but Ruth Westreich is on a quest to make an impact and she is BIG, BOLD, and VERY CLEAR about this need. Ruth is the founder of the Westreich Foundation, an organization that is committed to connection, collaboration, and consensus building. Her work touches many of today's most important concerns and ca…
 
Becoming a parent is a gamechanger. Whether you are responsible for the well-being of one small human or a whole family of them, your worldview can take dramatic shifts and HEALTH often occupies the top spot on your priority list. Katie Wells is the mother of six children, the founder of a successful online parenting community, and a leading voice …
 
Ladies and gentlemen, Alexander Bard. Bard is a Swedish cyberphilosopher, music producer, television star, and highly sought-after international speaker. He has written five books together with media theorist Jan Söderqvist. The first three titles – The Netocrats, The Global Empire and The Body Machines – have also been released together as The Fut…
 
Just a decade ago, the unstoppable Dr. Terry Wahls, who has multiple sclerosis, was in a wheelchair and on a path of degeneration that her care providers said was irreversible. She disagreed and took control of her diet, environment, and lifestyle. By doing so, she regained her health, shocked her medical colleagues, and now she is teaching people …
 
Big Bold Health is looking ahead to the future—and so are thought leaders Dr. Jeff Bland and Doug Greene. Listen in as they wrap up an epic discussion about the wellness revolution and its global impact on personal health. What comes next? It’s a question Jeff and Doug already ask themselves, and it’s one they hope you will be inspired to explore i…
 
Our leadership masterclass featuring Dr. Jeff Bland and Doug Greene continues! Part 2 focuses on a spectrum of concepts that powered growth of the natural products movement—things like cooperation, team building, mentorship, social purpose, and cross-cultural experiences. Doug spent hundreds of nights on couches. Jeff racked up six million air mile…
 
This week I sit down with a wise woman who also happens to be my mother. Dr. Keesha Ewers started her career as a nurse practitioner, hospice caregiver, and mother to 4 children. She is a deep systems thinker with a wide range of knowledge including Peruvian Shamanism, Ayurvedic Medicine, hypnotherapy, and Nondual Saiva Tantra. She has a PhD in Fun…
 
Back in the 1970s, no one was taking any bets on the potential success of an industry built on inspiration, good intentions, and the concept of bringing health to the individual. Nevertheless, a small and undaunted group of innovative thinkers found themselves forming a natural products network that started with friendship, strengthened with determ…
 
Plants have difficult lives: they are stuck in one location, they can’t fight off insect invaders, and they are exposed to all sorts of weather, be it harsh sunlight or stem-chilling frost. How do plants survive it all? Natural chemical warfare. Plants produce anti-stress compounds called phytochemicals, and these metabolites correspond to function…
 
In this episode, James Maskell nails it when he says that the 20th century was about creating rules for everyone to live by. One example: dietary guidelines. Jeff Bland watched the rule-making unfold. As a nutrition expert, he saw flawed logic from the start in the one-size-fits all philosophy. Ready to break free from outdated thinking? Self-owner…
 
Today my guests are Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova from The Future Thinkers podcast. I first discovered their them around five years ago and was blown away by their creativity, insatiable curiosity, and entrepreneurial spirit. They were two young married digital nomads talking about psychedelics, technology, and whatever other cutting edge insigh…
 
Today my guest is Daniel Jeffries. Dan was one of the first grown ups I discovered when I first entered the moon-crazed juvenile world of cryptocurrency. Dan is a popular writer, having published science fiction novels and numerous viral Medium articles including Way of the Spiritual Warrior, Surviving Crypto Winter, and Rick and Morty and the Mean…
 
Every year, millions of people plan to have a baby. Conception, pregnancy, birth—these are natural processes that can often be taken for granted. But fertility challenges have become commonplace in modern society. More and more, would-be parents are finding themselves unable to conceive or sustain a full-term pregnancy. Do we know why this is happe…
 
Today my guest is Tiago Forte. Tiago Forte is a writer, speaker, teacher, and researcher obsessed with the future of work. In a previous life, he worked in microfinance, served in the Peace Corps, and consulted for large companies on product development. Tiago believes that the goals of organizations and their employees are fundamentally aligned ar…
 
Today my guest is Tasshin Fogleman. I found Tasshin on Twitter (which continues to prove itself a goldmine for interesting, open-hearted podcast guests). I was following an inquiry around Monastic practice. I trained at Dai Bosatsu Zendo for a summer in 2017 but wanted to find an organization that felt more integrated with the modern world. I stumb…
 
This week my guest is Jennifer Gresham. Jennifer Gresham has helped hundreds of people around the world find greater fulfillment and financial success as a high performance coach and business strategist. She founded Work for Humanity to help people see the future as an invitation to create a better human experience of work, rather than a dire probl…
 
This week my guest is Ronan Harrington. In 2016, Ronan founded Alter Ego, an organisation working to gather high profile leaders in order to find our way out of this crisis moment in history. Alter Ego gatherings have brought the world’s most pioneering business and political leaders in high profile retreats to decode this process of psychological …
 
It sounds very 21st century, doesn’t it? BIOHACKING. While the word itself may be modern, the practice of self-experimentation is not. History is actually replete with examples of individuals who decided to cross boundaries and explore the outer limits of innovation. The relatively recent convergence of certain powerful concepts and factors—persona…
 
Today my guest is exceptional bad ass Bonnitta Roy. Bonnitta Roy is an international award winning author, presenter, and trainer. Her work on open participatory organizations (OPO) is key 'source code' for cultivating organizations that are living, natural, and highly motivating. ___________________ She will be leading a masterclass called “On Gui…
 
Today I am with Dr Zak Stein to talk about the future of education. Zak studied philosophy and religion at Hampshire College, and then educational neuroscience, human development, and the philosophy of education at Harvard University. While a student at Harvard, he co-founded what would become Lectica, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to the research-b…
 
We introduced the concept of “diagnosis” in the previous episode and now it’s time to fully unpack it. In the simplest of terms, a diagnostic test tells you if you are diseased. But chronic disease and acute disease are two VERY different things. We’ll explain why, plus we’ll talk about an even more powerful fact: for the first time in human histor…
 
Rolling up your sleeve for a blood draw. It’s become a familiar ritual for anyone who gets an annual physical, visits an ER, or endures a hospital stay. What questions are clinicians trying to answer using our bodily fluids, and is the system perfect as it is or can we hope for something better—perhaps less invasive AND more accurate—in the future?…
 
We all live in a world of disease. Think about all of the resources that disease—as an industry—consumes every day, every week, every month, every year. Billions upon billions of dollars. An impossibly large real estate footprint. Affiliated networks that many people have come to view with fear, suspicion, and even anger—Big Pharma, “health” insura…
 
This week I am with Joe Brewer, modern Renaissance Man and Systems Thinker/Doer. Joe has dedicated his life to helping humanity navigate global challenges as a complexity researcher, innovation strategist, and transdisciplinary scholar who brings a wealth of expertise to the adoption of sustainable solutions at the cultural scale. He weaves people …
 
What is the Big Bold Health Podcast? BIG topics, BOLD opinions, and fearless conversations about all things HEALTH. Join Jeffrey Bland, PhD (scientist, thought leader, natural products pioneer) and James Maskell (economist, entrepreneur, innovator) as they help you become informed, empowered, and confident in the health choices you make for yoursel…
 
Today my guest is Moritz Bierling. Moritz is involved in a number of exciting projects: he is the Chief Catalyst at Holo (the distributed P2P hosting platform for Holochain) as well as a Senior Strategist at Exosphere (a revolutionary learning and problem solving community with a new HQ set to launch outside Barcelona, Spain). I reached out to Mori…
 
This week, my guest is Peter Limberg. I found Peter on Twitter. Turns out, Twitter is actually a rose garden if you know where to look. Peter (and co-author Conor Barnes) published a piece on Medium last September called “The Memetic Tribes of Culture War 2.0.” They do an excellent job placing us in this moment of history- where the “Left/Right” bi…
 
This week, I am with Misir Mahmudov- a senior finance student at Columbia University. I reached out to Misir on Twitter because I wanted to have a conversation with someone who had a grasp on the significance of Bitcoin and its potential place in the financial system. Misir studies Bitcoin, Austrian economics, and the history of money. Enjoy as Mis…
 
This week, I am with entrepreneur and life coach Taylor Wilkins. Drawing on a decade of experience in crisis mental health treatment, Taylor is devoted to helping people shed the limiting beliefs and identities to which we attach that are holding us back from the life we want. Through his company, The Tailored Quill, Taylor provides a proven system…
 
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