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Hosted by wellness champion and reset expert Dr. Mindy Pelz, The Resetter Podcast explores science-based, tangible and easy to apply practices to help you restore your body’s optimal health settings, just like hitting the reset button on your computer! Dr. Mindy interviews leading health professionals and thought leaders on the topics of fasting, nutrition, ketogenic diet, the microbiome, gut repair, anti-aging, hormones, biohacking, supplements, heavy metal detoxing, functional testing and ...
 
My name is Adam Schaeuble....aka....The PHD (previously heavy dude) and I'm on a one MILLION pound mission. A few years back I looked at the scale and I weighed 327 lbs and I set a goal to lose 100lbs which I DID! Then I opened up my own fitness studio and took what I learned and applied it to my hometown clients through unique weight loss, exercise, and nutrition programs and protocols. My hometown clients lost 35,000 LBS over a span of just 5 years! Now I'm on a Million Pound Mission with ...
 
Debbie Potts is the host of 'The Low Athlete Podcast', author, speaker and coach. Transform the WHOLE you from the inside out with The WHOLESTIC Method elements. In this podcast, you will gain the knowledge how to burn fat, optimize health (mitochondria!) and improve athletic performance. If you want to be a peak performer in LIFE and SPORTS, then listen in each week to our conversations on all topics to optimize your health and longevity. Do you want to improve your athletic performance AND ...
 
Join Integrative Health Coach Tracee Gluhaich, as she inspires women to burn fat, boost energy, and be stronger. We believe you are not too old and it's never too late to do a complete 180 and change the trajectory of your health. Not to be a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your doctor.
 
Dr. Anthony Gustin (founder and CEO of Perfect Keto) believes the natural state of an organism is health. In this podcast he explores how we can reclaim our health. The Natural State features interviews with health and nutrition influencers, world-class thought leaders, and industry experts. With exclusive content that breaks down complex ideas to make them simple and digestible. We cover topics like ketosis for weight loss, intermittent fasting, low carb and ketogenic diets, nutrition, heal ...
 
Brad Kearns covers health, fitness, peak performance, personal growth, relationships, happiness, and longevity. Slow down, take a deep breath, take a cold plunge, and get over the high-stress, tightly wound approach that often leads to disappointment and burnout. Kearns, a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record holder in Speedgolf, 2020 #1 ranked USA Masters track&field age 55-59 high jumper, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete, offers a ...
 
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Over the past 60 years, the incidence of type I diabetes in parts of the word has increased sixfold, and we don’t know why. In the Eizirik Lab at the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, Dr. Decio Eizirik and his team research type 1 diabetes in a way that not many others do. Press play to discover: How might the bacteria in our guts relate to t…
 
An implantable bioartificial kidney system that does what dialysis can’t do; this is what’s being developed as part of The Kidney Project at University of California, San Francisco and Vanderbilt University. Press play to learn: How healthy kidneys function, and what dialysis does What causes the symptoms associated with advanced kidney failure Wha…
 
In this episode, I will explain what led to my decision to quit jogging, and share how you can maximize your cardiovascular health benefits by making a very modest commitment to cardio. This means that simply putting in a couple of hours a week (at a comfortable pace) is ideal. And what a relief! Yes, it turns out that making a modest commitment to…
 
Not all body fat is the same. Scientists have identified the presence and significance of brown fat in adult humans. Shing Kajimura researches brown fat and how its presence curbs obesity and type 2 diabetes as well as other metabolic diseases. Listen and learn What mechanisms cause brown fat to produce heat for our bodies and become a "metabolic s…
 
This podcast is the third part of the series of Covid-related podcasts. Today, we will be covering the list of supplements Dr. Goldkamp has been using while sick. He will talk about the general recommendations, where they came from, and why you might consider taking those supplements. Before getting Covid, Dr. Goldkamp was already taking some suppl…
 
Working on COVID-19? This podcast is for you. This episode offers a valuable conversation with a comprehensive yet detailed understanding of SARS CoV-2 pathogenicity. Listen in as a front-line researcher discusses the computational biology of COVID-19 from three directions: the viral action, the human response, and environmental influences on both.…
 
Katie Nall, Ph.D., creates long-lasting change in the lives of the people in her audience. A sought-after speaker for colleges and universities, non-profit organizations, and private events, Dr. Nall brings a relatable and calm demeanor to her topics of expertise. Surviving the Circus Listening with Es Experiencing Stress Relief with Tapping A late…
 
Exercise: will it make your blood sugar go high, or low…and what can be done about it? The answer depends on a number of factors. For over 25 years, Michael C. Riddell has focused his research on the area where kinesiology and diabetes meet. Press play to learn: How an emerging technology could sense when the body is initiating increased activity o…
 
With one of the most complex life cycles around, schistosomes are a fascinating subject for scientists. However, they also cause a tremendous amount of death and illness among the poor as a neglected tropical disease. Therefore, James Collins brings a full set of motivations to his research on the schistosome life cycle. Listen and learn Why schist…
 
Sarah-Elizabeth Byosiere brought her lifelong love of dogs to college and found her niche through decoding dog behavior and cognition. She continued these studies in graduate school and she shares her love and knowledge with lucky listeners in today's podcast. Listen and learn Why dog play is considered interesting from an evolutionary standpoint a…
 
Kara is the co-founder and Director of Nutrition for NutriSense, a full-service health education company specializing in the cutting edge health and medical technology of Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM). What was previously a surgical procedure to implant a sensor is now a simple patch on the arm that delivers real-time glucose values to your s…
 
While they are treasured companions, can dogs also teach us more about learning and adaptions? Graduate student Sophie Barton says yes. Listen in to learn how to understand your dog better but also to find out what they're brains might tell us about how our own learning develops. Listen and learn The history of how dog breeding developed in the fir…
 
// R E A D Y • S E T • R E S E T This episode is all about learning how to shift your perspective on adversity by understanding that although adversity may feel like your worst enemy, it is your greatest ally. Lance Essihos began his professional career in the Hospitality Industry, he was able to travel to many places, and lived in Australia. His e…
 
Light is addictive, according to Dr. Kruse. And if one of the types of late we're getting all day is harmful, we have a problem. Listen to this podcast to find out more about blue light damage. Listen to hear How our screens don't include the full spectrum, which would normally balance out the blue light. How this constant blue light from our scree…
 
I’ve learned a thing or two about getting sh*t done over the last 8.5 years running N1 Fitness, so in this episode I’m sharing how I approach productivity, a typical day in my life work wise and lastly, I’m going to provide you with 5 actionable takeaways that you can implement today in order to free up more time for the things you enjoy most! 1-ON…
 
Nicole is back on the podcast today to share the benefits of near, mid and far infrared heat as well as different types of saunas. Nicole does work for Sunlighten Saunas and is a nutritionist. Nicole has a passion for helping others through education, consulting & training to both heal, improve and preserve health and wellness. She specializes in s…
 
Has the question "Am I addicted?" ever crossed your mind? Whether it's related to food, drugs, alcohol, or anything else......when addiction gets its grip on us it means bad news. On today's show I'm bringing in my friend Tamar Medford who has a lot of experience with severe addictions and overcoming them. Tamar Medford is a performance consultant,…
 
Do dogs really love us? Are they really feeling guilty when they give us that unmistakably guilty look? Can dogs outsmart children when put to the test? Tune in to explore these questions and more, including: How certain interactions with dogs trigger the release of hormones in our bodies, and theirs Why domestication may have cost dogs their capac…
 
Cancerous tumors have their own microbiome, a unique method of energy production, strategies for evading host immune systems, specialized extracellular vesicles, and one real goal: to expand and replicate at the expense of the environment. Press play to discover: What major transformation in tumor detection and diagnosis is on the horizon and holds…
 
Dr. Amanda K. Gibson an Assistant Professor of Biology at the University of Virginia. Dr. Gibson joins the show to dissect the relationship between parasitism and evolution. In this episode you’ll learn: About the complex multi-organism environments parasites live in About the Pros and Cons of asexual reproduction in parasites About the evolutionar…
 
As the cell employs its machinery to shut down the virus that’s inside it, the virus makes proteins to shut down the cell’s efforts. The scene is set, but how will this arms race end? The answer depends on many, many factors. Listeners can tune in to explore the following: How to study the way in which obesity, diabetes, and host immunosuppressive …
 
This show covers an incredibly rich and informative article on DrJackKruse.com dealing with how our circadian clock affects our hormone function and all aspects of our biology. We’ll travel around the 24-hour clock and enjoy 21 different insights about hormone and metabolic function from extreme biohacker and anti-aging expert Dr. Jack Kruse. This …
 
That neck pain and foot twinge might be more connected than you realize. Doug Bertram takes time to carefully explain why as he describes his company's approach to common orthopedic conditions. This podcast provides a new appreciation for how important structural balance is to pain-free activity. Listen and learn How exactly "structural elements" a…
 
While Vinod Scaria specializes in computational biology regarding non-coding RNAs, he's lab has diverted their energies to focus most of their data analysis specifically on the genomics of COVID-19. He gives listeners a global picture of the data and also explains the significance of small non-coding RNAs, long non-coding RNAs as well as categorizi…
 
Faced with our own stay at home quarantine for days here’s what that looks like. A good time to discuss the difference between what a bacterial verse viral infection looks like and what it actually means to feed a fever and starve a cold. That’s old wives tale that is actually true. Link below to a short video and research that Yale did covering th…
 
Friction, forces, shears: the game changes when robots get tiny. Marc Miskin brings you to scale on these up-and-coming microrobots and nanorobots for biotechnology. Listen and learn How the rules of physics adjust when the application of robotics goes small, How these factors bring interesting challenges surrounding loss of inertia and other aspec…
 
Sean Loomer together with his wife is passionate about teaching and inspiring others to be their own health advocates, do their own research, and seek out the best natural sources for supplements and general nutrition. They have been teaching “how everything starts with digestion” for over 20 years. Together they have serviced many of the top profe…
 
Another in the Finding Genius Podcast series on viruses, this captivating conversation with Yale University's Dr. Takyar explores interesting avenues of the virus-host relationship, offering listeners a glimpse into a top researcher's understandings of viral characteristics and behavior. Listeners will hear How his answer to the inevitable question…
 
An exciting step closer to a cure for diabetes starts with a bit of gastric tissue. Joe Zhou's lab works on tissue regeneration and repair and organ regeneration. In this podcast, he discusses a life-changing possibility alongside Richard's thoughtful questions. They take listeners across a new frontier of research, covering How insulin-producing b…
 
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