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You can treat your gut without restrictive, awful diets... You can trust us to show you how! Whether you're newly diagnosed with IBS or a veteran, the IBS Freedom Podcast will provide clarity for your healing journey. Each week your IBS experts will cover topics within the world of IBS including small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), leaky gut syndrome, dysbiosis, the low FODMAP diet, candida, and so much more.Meet your hosts!- Dr. Nicole DiNezza, DC, NTP is a functional medicine doct ...
 
Insightful conversations with thought-provoking doctors, specialists, authors, and researchers at the forefront of integrative health and wellness. Hear about the ideas and research that are changing medicine and explore age-old wisdom backed by modern science. Hosted by Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Victoria Maizes.
 
The Gut Loving Podcast is all about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new approach to effectively treat IBS symptoms and is scientifically backed up by a vast number of medical studies. The Gut Loving Podcast is hosted by Laura Tilt (an experienced Dietitian in the UK specialising in IBS and the low FODMAP diet) and Huelya Akyuez, patient and creator of project sezamee - gut loving food (video recipes and low FODMAP events) after livi ...
 
The take control podcast is hosted by gastroenterologist specialist dietitian Kirsten Jackson and provides advice for people with irritable bowel syndrome. Each week you can expect to find an expert interview, IBS success story or tips and tricks from Kirsten. While the low FODMAP diet is covered, this is not the only solution for IBS management. Instead, the Take Control holistic method of targeting nutrition, sleep, movement and mental wellbeing will be presented in a format where the conc ...
 
Fun, inspirational, informative, and empowering, Keeping It Real: Conversations with Jillian Michaels showcases weekly, in depth interviews with the world's foremost experts in all fields of wellness. From medicine, fitness, and nutrition to parenting, money, and relationships - the show is raw, authentic, and fact based. With guests like Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Lisa Ling, Suze Orman, Dr. Gail Saltz, Brian Greene, Dr. William Li and more giving the audience all the info needed to enhance their liv ...
 
From the author of The Wellness Project, comes a podcast for those recently diagnosed or chronically fighting Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. Hungry for solutions and wondering WTF to do next? Each week, Phoebe Lapine sits down with a different #SIBOAmigo—medical experts at the forefront of SIBO research and treatment—to discuss the various steps to rebalance your gut for good. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by dietary changes or at your wits end with all the remedies for this complex g ...
 
Dr. Trish Murray talks about working in partnership with each patient to create an evaluation and treatment plan that can help people transform their lives to prevent or reverse chronic disease. Focusing on functional medicine to help patients optimize their own health. Make sure to visit our website: Discoverhealthfmc.com
 
Fuel the Pedal is your source of science-based nutrition for cycling based sports. Here we bring you the top researchers and experts on the field to discuss the lattest evidence in cycling performance optimization and health. HOST: Gabriel Baltazar-Martins, Nutritionist, MSc Sports Nutrition, PhD student in Health Sciences. Portuguese based in Madrid. Language: English
 
Holistic Health | Real Food Nutrition | Functional Medicine | Mind-Body Honest and eye-opening conversations with functional nutritionist Erin Holt. Erin shares insight into hot topic nutrition, plus interviews with thought leaders in the functional medicine and wellness world. Get informed and empowered with this funky spin on mainstream health information.
 
Oh Crumbs - The Gluten Free Podcast. A podcast about all things gluten free, coeliac disease and more. By gluten free bloggers Laura Strange and Sarah Howells. Each week, guests will be talking about their free from lives including: gluten free diets, children with allergies and intolerances, IBS, low FODMAP, IBD and Crohns, allergies and coeliac disease. Episodes will feature a range of people from chefs and authors to television stars and bloggers. FOLLOW US: Instagram: www.instagram.com/o ...
 
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders, affecting more than 10% of the population. Symptoms include chronic constipation, diarrhea, or acute abdominal pain a short time after eating. The unpredictable and disruptive nature of these symptoms along with their emotional toll can lead to heightened levels of…
 
This week Erin takes a step outside the nutrition realm to discuss authenticity, boundaries, and confidence. Someone who personifies these attributes is Daniele Della Valle, and Erin invited her on the show to talk more about what it really means to get to that place of confidence and self assuredness. If you’ve ever wondered about your triggers, s…
 
We had highlighted before that doing restrictive eating for a long time can lead to gut dysfunction. There are a lot of people that have been doing restrictive eating and we all have our own reasons. In this episode, Join Amy and Nikki in a full pack discussion with Elena Kunicki, RD as she shares her personal experience on developing gut dysfuncti…
 
A viral respiratory condition called bronchiolitis is the commonest reason for a baby under 12 months to be admitted to hospital. But there are variations in the care of babies with the condition. Australian and New Zealand researchers have carried out a trial to see how to raise the standard of care to match the evidence and guidelines.…
 
Research is showing that many kids born preterm can end up with developmental problems. Alison Shen's daughter was born at 25-and-a-half weeks. And while Alison and her husband had been warned that premmie babies sometimes have ongoing problems, it wasn't until the year before she started school that developmental problems became clear.…
 
If Australia had met its original COVID vaccine targets, around 6 million Australians would have had their first dose by now. According to the ABC's data journalists, the number is less than half of that and the federal government is resisting setting new targets for mass vaccination. The Kirby Institute at the University of NSW has modelled how we…
 
Pregnancy fitness expert Taylor Walker Sinning is on to talk about her new pregnancy fitness program on the Fitness App. She covers everything from top pregnancy fitness rules to essential health care strategies pre and post natal! Plus, she has life changing advice on how to heal diastasis recti, recover from a c-section, and manage postpartum. Gu…
 
Dietary Restrictions is one of the most common strategies used for managing SIBO and IBS. These diets can be helpful for a short period of time (weeks or perhaps months) but can get people stuck. In this episode, Amy and Dr. DiNezza share their strategies on how they help their clients in reintroducing foods. This will be especially helpful for peo…
 
One of the tenets of the Erin Holt Health practice is you can’t skip the basics. Eating a variety of whole foods is a huge piece of this, and home cooking is one of the best ways to achieve a whole foods diet. However, a lot of folks feel overwhelmed when it comes to the kitchen, and many don’t know where to start. Today Erin sits down with Rachel …
 
Neuroendochrinologist and author of the new book, Metabolical: The Lure and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Modern Medicine, Dr. Robert Lustig joins the show this week to discuss what is healthy. Why your liver is the key to so many health issues, including weight loss. The importance of fiber and feeding your gut with Real food v. proce…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks about the vegan diet whilst having IBS. She explains which macro and micronutrients you need to watch out for and how to navigate fiber intake. Thanks to our sponsor FODMAP everyday https://www.fodmapeveryday.com/By Kirsten Jackson
 
This episode is a mixed bag of blood sugar-related topics, ranging from weight loss to sugar substitutes to Candida to diabetes to immunity to hormones. Erin covers it all! Listen in as she answers questions from the community and breaks down why you have more control than you think when it comes to your health.In this episode:-The question you’re …
 
Fungi have shaped our world for billions of years and are present in us, on us, and in nearly every environment. They are one of the oldest lifeforms found on earth and throughout time formed landscapes and helped to give rise to the plant and animal kingdoms. These organisms forge mutually beneficial life-sustaining partnerships with us and can te…
 
This week, we’ll take a deeper dive on HERBS with our special guest Thomas Easley, the Founder and CEO of Eclectic School of Herbs and writer of the Modern Herbal Dispensatory medicine Making Guide. Book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Modern-Herbal-Dispensatory-Medicine-Making-Guide/dp/1623170796/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=thomas+easley&qid=16…
 
On April 28, 1996 there was a shooting massacre at Port Arthur, in Tasmania. The political response of Prime Minister John Howard made Australia an example among nations as to what can be done to regulate firearms. A group of public health researchers has written about it for a US audience, in the New England Journal of Medicine.…
 
It’s back to basics with serial entrepreneur / multi millionaire / renowned business coach JT Foxx. JT teaches gives us his top two tips for breaking through fear, blowing off excuses, and achieving your goals! Guest Links: IG: @JTFoxxOfficial Coaching Session Videos: https://millionaireflix.com Start your FREE 7 day trial for Jillian’s App at http…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks to Gastroenterology consultant Dr Ramakrishnan about colonoscopies. Find out why doctors carry out colonoscopies and what you should expect Mentioned in the podcast: Contact details for Dr Ramakirshnan: https://www.spirehealthcare.com/consultant-profiles/dr-subramaniam-ramakrishnan-c43…
 
Blood sugar regulation is one of the most, if not THE most, important thing to consider when setting out to improve your health. Whether your end-goal is improved adrenal health, thyroid health, hormone balance, weight loss, brain health or increased energy...if you have dysregulated blood sugar, you can’t achieve any of those goals. This is often …
 
This topic has been really popular over that last few days with people showing a lot of interest in the benefits of body brushing and how to do it. So I hope you all find this episode informational and enlightening. We look at what is body brushing, the benefits, how it can help with changing body composition, what types of brushes to use and more.…
 
Fasting has been a very common through out the years. It has been advised by other medical professionals due to its known benefits but are they true? or is it also effective on people who have IBS and SIBO? Here is what to expect for this week's episode: Dietitian Explains Fasting Fasting and SIBO and IBS Nikki's review on Fasting Amy's review on F…
 
Doctors are sometimes not the best at giving patients an accurate or realistic prognosis about a disease. Yet someone with a cancer diagnosis will most often want to know 'how long have I got'. A US site called cancersurvivalrates.com aims to give patients and health care professionals accurate information on prognosis by tumour type.…
 
Most heart research has been into men but heart disease kills about five times more women than breast cancer. An international study looking at large numbers of genes working together found that women present their own genetic patterns and it has major implications for prevention and treatment.
 
Best-selling author and founder of personal growth company Mindvalley, Vishen Lakhiani talks about the physiological and neurological benefits of forgiveness. Guest Links: Website: https://www.mindvalley.com IG: @Vishen Start your FREE 7 day trial for Jillian’s App at https://go.jillianmichaels.com/WNt1rL7uyZ Follow us on Instagram @JillianMichaels…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks to Obstetrics and Gynaecology consultant Dr Shikha Saxena about how a women's digestive system is impacted through pregnancy and post-partum. Mentioned in the podcast - - Kirsten's IBS Free IBS Webinar - https://bit.ly/2020-IBS-Webinar - Thanks to our sponsor FODMAP everyday https://ww…
 
This episode is short, sweet and really gets to the root of what many of us struggle with when it comes to our relationship with food. Erin discusses the connection between over- or under- eating and our desire for a semblance of control, plus how we can shift our mindset around emotional eating and incorporate different intuitive practices into th…
 
We have been overwhelmed by your support! Thank you so much for all of the questions you've been posting here on YouTube and Instagram as well as via e-mail! We have been collecting your YouTube Questions and here are the answers to some of them! If you're question wasn't featured, no worries there will be more podcast Q and A's in the future! Agai…
 
Have you ever heard of Methane SIBO? and got confused and don't know how to deal with it? Join us in this episode for Amy will be sharing her personal experience on dealing with methane SIBO and of course our ways on how we help out our clients with it! This is Part 1 of our 2 Sets of Episodes this week! Don't forget to check out our Q and A Episod…
 
Australia is generally a good place to have a baby, but Indigenous babies are more likely to be born prematurely, and their mums are less likely to attend medical appointments during pregnancy or be breastfeeding by the time they leave hospital. Aboriginal communities say part of the solution is 'culturally safe maternity care' that goes beyond jus…
 
Residential aged care has been in a state of crisis for years over serious quality and safety issues and we await the Federal Government's detailed response to the Royal Commission's recommendations. But there could be a fairly simple fix for the some of the commonest causes of preventable harm - using the data that already exist in aged care facil…
 
Alzheimer's disease is hard to diagnose definitively because it relies on seeing particular pathology in the brain - a collection of a protein called amyloid and another called tau around the nerves. This makes it difficult to test treatments, and to predict the future for people with thinking and memory problems.…
 
Jillian’s personal Corrective Exercise Specialist Brandon Volz is on the show to teach us how to heal our bodies with corrective movement. From knee and hip pain to neck and back pain, Brandon explains the root cause of these issues and how to fix them! Plus, he also teaches us how to move for optimal fitness and physical performance! Guest Links: …
 
Over the last decade, the incidence of inflammatory bowel (IBD) and other inflammatory diseases, have increased worldwide. Symptoms of IBD are often painful and include diarrhea, bloating, bleeding ulcers and thus anemia.Elimination diets, such as the Specific Carbohydrate Diet(SCD), have gained traction as potential treatments for IBD and other in…
 
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