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Dr. Mindy is a women's hormones and fasting expert, best-selling author, keynote speaker, and a mission-fueled woman here to teach you just how powerful your body was made to be. The Resetter Podcast explores to empower you with knowledge, tools, and science on all aspects of health and wellness through meaningful conversations with some of the most brilliant minds that walk this earth. New episodes are released every Monday.
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Podcast interviews with genius-level (top .1%) practitioners, scientists, researchers, clinicians and professionals in Cancer, 3D Bio Printing, CRISPR-CAS9, Ketogenic Diets, the Microbiome, Extracellular Vesicles, and more. Subscribe today for the latest medical, health and bioscience insights from geniuses in their field(s).
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This show teaches YOU how to get lean by turning body fat into better focus so that you can live a long, healthy life. We all want a lean, muscular physique that performs as well as it looks, but we're BUSY. No one has time for marathon workouts and endless tracking of calories with kids, sports, work meetings, and all the building and creating we do in our own lives. But what if it was easier than we thought? What if we could get back into the best shape of our lives without spending every ...
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Join Brad Kearns, New York Times bestselling author and champion triathlete, Speedgolfer, and masters high jumper, in pursuing peak performance with passion throughout life. Enjoy memorable insights from leading experts on diet, fitness, peak performance, personal growth, relationships, happiness, and longevity. Brad’s “Breather” shows provide step-by-step tips you can implement right away to improve your life. Let’s explore beyond shortcuts, hacks, and crushing competition to laugh, have fu ...
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Welcome to The Hormone Solution Podcast with Karen Martel – your personal invitation to a world of hormone health, sustainable weight loss, holistic well-being, and embracing life's stages with a big old dose of vitality and confidence. (Remember, we used to go by The Other Side of Weight Loss – just in case you're wondering!) Meet Karen Martel, your go-to gal, a Certified Hormone Specialist and a total pro when it comes to women's hormones and busting through weight loss resistance. From de ...
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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 ...
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In-depth interviews with health experts on topics including weight loss, nutrition, mental health, insomnia, pain relief, and so much more. Feel better, look better, and live better today with The Wellness Plus Podcast by Psychetruth.
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High Energy Girl, Tracee Gluhaich

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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.
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Don't listen to this podcast if you have any BITCH-made-ness (made up word) in you.. #fitness #ketodiet #health #loseweight #weightloss #ketogenicdiet #bestweightlossdiet #ketodietplan #dietplans #keto #diet #losingweight #weightlossprograms #weights #bellyfat #PODCAST (Spotify): https://spoti.fi/2tBPgwS #Website: http://bit.ly/2VkNrjI #Instagram: http://bit.ly/2EbmR5Z #Twitter: http://bit.ly/2IL01rs #Youtube: http://bit.ly/2tDXVir #Facebook: http://bit.ly/2EwYyRa Support this podcast: https ...
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To learn more about The Flex Fam Group Coaching Membership, visit https://www.rgfit.com/theflexfam Join Rachel’s weekly newsletter: https://www.rgfit.com/newsletter Rachel Gregory is a Board-Certified Nutritionist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Author, Podcaster, and founder of RG Fitness. Rachel received her Master’s Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel completed the first-eve ...
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Are you curious about the magnitude of life that has flourished on Earth over the eons? Dr. Peter Crockford has devised an ingenious method to estimate it and come up with a number: a staggering 10 to the power of 39 cells. As a professor in Carleton University’s Earth Sciences Department, he unveils his groundbreaking research, analyzing ancient r…
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I am so pleased to welcome Dr. Judson Brandeis, America’s favorite urologist, back to the show for a second interview! His Brandeis MD clinic is at the absolute cutting edge of male sexual wellness and longevity technology, and we talk about some of the treatments and protocols I went through when I was at his office for our first show. In this epi…
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How is artificial intelligence enhancing health and fitness? While technology has the capacity to decrease human activity, it can also help people get into the best shape of their lives. In this episode, we jump into the fascinating world of digital fitness with Daniel Sobhani, an entrepreneurship expert and the CEO of Freeletics. Founded in 2014, …
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A common theme right now is the "30 gram cheat sheet" as ... 30 grams of protein cheat sheet: 1 1/2 cups Greek yogurt 1 cup tempeh 5 oz shrimp (about 10 large shrimp) 1 cup cottage cheese 4 oz chicken (about half of a chicken breast) 5 oz grass-fed steak (slightly larger than a deck of cards) 1 1/2 cups tofu 2 cups black beans 5 oz wild-caught salm…
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In this episode, Dr. Amani Ballour sits down to discuss her upcoming book, The Cave: A Secret Underground Hospital and One Woman's Story of Survival in Syria, set to be released on March 5th, 2024. This intriguing memoir walks readers through the life of a young doctor and activist who ran an underground hospital in Damascus during the Syrian civil…
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I wanted to repost/resahre this episode with Whitney on the Wheat Zoomer test results for me as I find this lab test so helpful to use in our health investigation process along with a gut test, hormone DUTCH test, food sensitivities and blood chemistry assessment. We need to look at the WHOLE picture and collect clues to put the missing pieces of t…
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Clément Decrop joins us in this episode to discuss his latest book, The Idea Space: The Science of Awakening Your Non-Self. In this fascinating book, Clément offers a groundbreaking, scientific approach to understanding the mind. The Idea Space invites readers to view their thoughts objectively and identify their impact – thus uncovering a happier …
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There are two main types of cramps: sudden-onset and a severe localized cramp of a specific muscle (e.g., the right calf) is more likely due to central nervous system fatigue than dehydration or electrolyte depletion. Cramps that progress from mild to severe and are bilateral (i.e., both calves or both hamstrings) are more likely due to dehydration…
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Dr. Carolyn Kurle, a returning guest from long ago, joins us to discuss her latest book, The Guidance Groove: Escape Unproductive Habits, Trust Your Intuition, and Be True. Dr. Kurle is a tenured Professor of Conservation Ecology at the University of California San Diego and holds degrees in Zoology, German Literature, Wildlife Science and Ecology,…
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Have you ever wondered how different diet approaches could impact your health and fitness goals? In this episode, we delved into various dietary approaches, including macro tracking, the paleo diet, low-carb/keto, and fasting. We discussed the benefits and drawbacks of each, shedding light on how they align with different lifestyles and goals. From…
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Jamie Kern Lima, a New York Times best-selling author of "Believe" and founder of a billion-dollar makeup company, shares the challenging journey she faced in the business world, filled with relentless rejection before achieving massive success. Jamie and Dr. Mindy discuss the pivotal moments of resilience, self-doubt, and overcoming adversity that…
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Botox is a routine tool used in the cosmetic industry that has become increasingly popular. Is it a healthy medical procedure? What was it initially discovered for, and how has it developed over time? Dr. Eugene M. Helveston, a medical professional with many years of experience, sits down to enlighten us… Dr. Helveston is an emeritus professor of o…
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Dr. David D. Clarke joins the podcast once again to discuss a fascinating topic: psychophysiological disorders. Also known as chronic functional syndromes or psychosocial factors linked to chronic pain, this is a vastly underexplored area of medicine. Dr. Clarke is a professional at the forefront of this field, and he is passionate about educating …
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Beth Lattimer joins me this week to answer questions about the transformative world of menopause, specifically examining its impact on sexual health and intimacy. We’ll uncover the restorative potential of hormone replacement therapy and how it can reignite libido. Today we explore not just the science, but also the need for open dialogue about fem…
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I’ve always thought that what the world is sorely in need of today is critical thinkers. Now I realized it is not that they are not there, it is that their perspectives have been kept from the mainstream due to their ideas being perceived as a threat to some ginormous corporate interest that has kept it out of the headlines. This is such a story th…
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Mark Springer joins us today to discuss his latest book, Flesh Becomes Words. Mark is an author from San Mateo, California, who studied English and Cell Biology at UC Berkeley. He has been a science and technology writer and editor in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 30 years, primarily in the biotechnology industry. Flesh Becomes Words is …
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In this Q&A, I share the story of an ultra-endurance athlete who improved their health and lowered blood pressure by adding meat to their diet, if we need to consume fat (bacon and avocado!) during ultramarathons (short answer: no!), and whether or not I recommend eating fruit and high protein every day, regardless of athletic goals? I also share t…
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In this episode, we discuss fragmented focus, ADD, and how decreased attention impacts young learners in a technological world. We learn about this intriguing topic from a teacher on the front lines of this issue: John Kish. John is a teacher at St. Benedict’s Classical Academy, where he uses classical education to solve the deep cultural issues of…
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Are you ready to take your training to the next level? Your breath holds incredible insights into your peak performance and longevity. For over a century, scientists have studied breath to understand our bodies at a molecular level and unlock the secrets to optimizing our nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle choices. And now, with the PNOĒ test, brea…
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Have you ever taken a sip of water and immediately regretted it because it tasted awful? What about the water that tastes good but isn't good for you? What makes water drinkable? All your questions about water quality and contamination will be answered in this episode, where we’re joined by Peter J. Vikesland, professor of civil and environmental e…
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Who is Amy Puzey and what is her mission?? Amy began her education in nursing at University of Alberta and a few years into her degree realized she wanted to work on the preventative side of health and switched to study holistic nutrition. She became a holistic nutritionist in 2005 and CEO and National Race Director of 5Peaks in 2013 to take the Ca…
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In this episode, we discuss the importance of soil health with Michelle M. Wander, the Director of the Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture Program and Associate Professor of Soil Fertility/Ecology at the University of Illinois. She also directs the Wander Soil Ecology Lab, where she works to encourage soil stewardship and management using cutti…
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It’s important to pay close attention at all times to symptoms of overreaching and overtraining and take corrective action immediately (this is true for both novices and competitive types), and this episode will teach you how to do this. As you will hear, the best leading indicator of overtraining is a slower MAF test performance—this is where you …
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Is it possible to make any organism fully resistant to viral infections? According to new research using E. coli from the Harvard Medical School Department of Genetics, the answer seems to be yes…eventually! Today, we’re joined by one of the lead researchers in this study, Akos Nyerges. Among many fascinating developments in the fields of genetic e…
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