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Best Stomachacid podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Stomachacid podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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"Health Matters" with Paul Rosen is a resource for anyone who wants to live a better, healthier lifestyle through nutrition. Nutrition and alternative health expert Paul Rosen customizes individual solutions for patients suffering from fatigue, digestive issues, body aches, migraines, arthritis, bursitis, osteoporosis, heart disease, food sensitivities, and countless other issues. Learn how to make yourself better through nutrition, and how to properly read food labels and avoid environmenta ...
 
Are you struggling to restore your gut to perfect health? Hear host Lindsey Parsons interview functional and integrative medicine professionals, patients and scientists about the gut microbiome, the current state of research and how you can apply it to your life. Hear patients talk about their experiences with fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) both in clinics and do-it-yourself and how it impacted their gut issues. Learn about the gut microbiome’s influence not just on digestive health, ...
 
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Toxic chemicals in cosmetics, cleaning products, soaps, detergents and even building materials are harming us every day. The surprising solutions include cloth curtains and plants, as well as old school answers like vinegar and baking soda.
 
Washing your face or laundering your shirts can be unhealthy for your long-term health.
 
Learn how head trauma, emotional trauma and infections can trigger gut issues by impacting the electrical firing of the intestines. Hear about an exciting new diagnostic technique, the electrogastogram (EGG), that along with an EEG (electroencephalogram) can determine the directionality of gut-brain problems, and with neurofeedback, correct them. W…
 
In this special new year episode, your host Lindsey Parsons is interviewed by her sister Lauren on how she got interested in gut health, how she reversed 3 autoimmune conditions and is solving her gut health problems that were likely at the root of her autoimmunity, her relationship to FMT and what’s in store for 2020. Lindsey Parsons, EdD, the hos…
 
Learn how to prevent gut dysbiosis, leaky gut and future health problems by protecting and restoring your gut microbiome during and after antibiotic use. Lindsey discusses probiotics, prebiotics, supplements and food choices that will help you get through antibiotics safely. Lindsey Parsons, EdD, the host, helps clients lose weight without cutting …
 
Frankenfoods, GMOs, GM seeds, transgenic crops: call them what you will, genetically-modified foods are everywhere in the food chain. The dangers are proven. Why, then, hasn't the FDA worked harder at regulation?
 
The fact that our air and water are polluted by multiple contaminants from many sources is a given: industry, agriculture and even sewage systems are just a few of the origin points for air and water contamination. So how is this happening, and why haven't government regulatory agencies stepped up and stopped it?…
 
Gas? Bloating? Diarrhea? Constipation? IBS Diagnosis? It may be SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth). Learn about underlying root causes, testing, types of SIBO, other diagnoses like Small Intestine Fungal Overgrowth (SIFO) and parasites with Dr. Nirala Jacobi, the SIBO Doctor. Lindsey Parsons, the host, helps clients lose weight without cut…
 
Did you know that your gut health could be impacting your fertility? Hear from Deborahlise Mota, a functional medicine practitioner with acupuncture, Chinese medicine and Ayurveda training who specializes in women’s fertility and gut health about diagnosing and solving gut health issues, passing on your microbial blueprint to your child, estrogen d…
 
Yes, Americans are more overweight than ever, and the costs are measurable in cash. The typical overweight consumer, in fact, spends hundreds more dollars in health care every year than his peers of healthy weight. But losing weight isn't just a matter of regulating calories and fat. Even exercise isn't a magic cure. Only if you know the myths and …
 
Yet another faddish health product is alkaline water, which contains less acid than tap water. The theory is that there are health benefits to lower acid levels in the body. But it's not that simple. Our bodies need minimum levels of acid to function properly. If those levels are unbalanced, your health will suffer. So how do you determine the righ…
 
Advances in pharmaceutical treatments for IBD have brought a better quality of life for many sufferers, especially for ulcerative colitis. However, treatments for Crohn’s Disease remain elusive for many patients. Hear University of Edinburgh researcher and gastroenterologist Dr. Charlie Lees talk about the current state of research and treatments f…
 
Hear Dr. Grace Liu, AKA the Gut Goddess, share her wisdom about fungal, parasitic, mold and bacterial overgrowths in the gut and diagnostic tests (including the OAT or Organic Acids Test), and hear her interpret a sample OAT test on the air. She also addresses restrictive diets, celiac disease, its relationship to Bifidobacterium longum and much mo…
 
Wonder what the heck those gut microbiome test results mean? Hear Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum, Director of the Center for Medical Mycology at Case Western Reserve University and creator of BIOHM, interpret host Lindsey Parsons’ BIOHM gut stool test results, including recommendations for food and supplements that will help bring her gut into balance. Also,…
 
Who doesn't want to feel better and live longer? Who's willing to give up sugar immediately and abandon their other ingrained habits to make it happen? The answer to the first question is "everyone." The answer to the second is...complicated. But to get better, to get past medications, to stop treating symptoms and start addressing causes, we have …
 
What led to a 47% decrease in autism symptoms? In this episode, host Lindsey Parsons, EdD talks with Dr. James Adams, Professor at Arizona State University and leader of the Autism/Asperger’s Research Program about his recently published study in the journal Nature called “Long-term benefit of Microbiota Transfer Therapy on autism symptoms and gut …
 
Why is it that more American consumers are suffering from obesity? If the Guiness Book of World Records is to be believed, the heaviest man who ever lived lost two-thirds of his body weight after being hospitalized. If he can do that, why can't we at least cut down on desserts?
 
Government agencies like the USDA and the FDA routinely cite studies about food and nutrition to guide our dietary choices. These studies often involve years of research, and they’re expensive, sometimes costing millions. But what if this government research isn’t financed by the government? The fact is, some of the studies meant to inform about us…
 
Few tout the health benefits of eating tires. But the steel-belted radials on your car contain some of the same ingredients that go into your food. One foodstuff is found not only in tires, but in cleaning products, industrial solvents, and many other places you're unlikely to seek nutritional value. Why is this food so ubiquitous, and if we want t…
 
As a child, the greatest American Olympian ever suffered from ADHD. How did he work past all that? The same way you can, and you can get started today.
 
Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum, Director of the Center for Medical Mycology at Case Western Reserve University and the person who named the mycobiome, or the fungi living in and on our bodies, discusses how bacteria and fungi interact in biofilms leading to disease, including Crohn’s Disease, and how a novel combination of probiotics work to break up these b…
 
An unhealthy immune system means your body is less able to fight invaders. Infections and viruses can not only infiltrate your body, but hide out and spring back to action later, when your system is weak. The consequences can be serious. There are literally dozens of autoimmune diseases, and one serious misconception about all of them.…
 
Menopause isn't just for women. Many of the same symptoms, the irritability, hot flashes and night sweats, are experienced by men of a certain age, just as they are for women. And usually, the causes are the same, too. The solution? Your diet. Change what you eat, and you can make all those changes in your body changes for the better.…
 
Sugar is so bad for us in so many ways, it's tough to create a comprehensive list. Sugar's addictive properties are for real: if you crave it, it's because your body chemistry has been trained to pine for it. The alternative? Healthy, organic foods that sweeten your palate, enhance your diet, and don't turn you into an addict hungering for your nex…
 
Every spring and summer, millions of Americans reach for medications they hope will help relieve the sneezing, hacking and pain of seasonal allergies. Many are also convinced that if they can limit their exposure to pollen, they can control the extent of their allergic reactions. Not true. Pollen's not the problem. It's other things in our environm…
 
In this episode, host Lindsey Parsons talks with Saffron Cassady, Canadian award-winning documentary filmmaker who is currently finishing up a new film, Designer Sh*t, which follows her journey researching and using fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) to heal herself from colitis. They discuss Saffron’s health journey, her FMT methods, dating fo…
 
The very ground upon which we walk may be toxic, and more importantly, the soil in which our food is grown is toxic, too. Soil polluted by synthetic fertilizers and other pollutants produces foods that are deficient in nutrients and essential vitamins and minerals. These deficiencies can't always be corrected by dietary supplements. So how do we ac…
 
Painful episodes of indigestion or acid reflux are common, and so are medications meant to address them. It's a classic case of the cure being worse than the disease. Our systems need acid to function properly. Medications that reduce acid in the stomach actually make the problem worse. And failing to address digestive issues can lead to more serio…
 
In this episode, host Lindsey Parsons interviews Dr. Varykina Thackray, Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences and a Member of the Center for Reproductive Sciences and Medicine and Center for Microbiome Innovation at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. They discuss Dr. Thackray’s recent artic…
 
Americans of all ages are susceptible to arthritis, bursitis and tendonitis. Millions of sufferers understandably reach for medications for temporary relief from pain. But even over-the-counter medications like aspirin can cause more problems than they solve. And if that's the case, if arthritis meds are a poor long-term solution, what can you do t…
 
America's billion-dollar bottled-water industry includes many brands of alkaline water that claim to help lower levels of acid in the body. Water ionizers costing hundreds or thousands of dollars supposedly provide similar benefits. But are these really benefits at all? Our bodies need minimum levels of acid to function properly. Is there a better …
 
In this episode host Lindsey Parsons talks with naturopath Dr. Joseph Klassen of Fish Creek Naturopathic Medicine from Calgary, Albert, Canada. They discuss the importance of bile and the appendix in the digestive process, healthy oils, food sensitivities (testing for them, most common ones and their interaction with autoimmunity), the importance o…
 
Salt gets a bad rap. It's not the health-killer it's made out to be, and in fact, it's essential for total health. Sea salt is the best, of course, but why? What is it about sea salt that makes it superior to processed table salt, and why should it be your first choice as a food seasoning and preservative?…
 
Our homes are full of toxins like formaldehyde and other building products that pollute the air, in addition to the cleansers, detergents and other common, health-damaging products we rely on every day. Plants can help. They cleanse the air and make our homes healthier, and specific plants provide specific health benefits.…
 
Tens of millions of Americans are considered obese by the Centers for Disease Control, and the number is growing. What's going on? Why are we getting so fat so quick? One myth is that calories are the culprit. Counting calories is NOT an effective way to lose weight. In fact, focusing on calorie control can be entirely self-defeating.…
 
In this episode, host Lindsey Parsons talks with Kristina, who resorted to weekly FMTs or fecal transplants after seeing not just her digestion but her mental health affected after a strong course of antibiotics to treat C Difficile, following a hospital stay for stomach surgery. Kristina shares how weekly FMTs restored not just normal gut function…
 
If you're tired and in pain, if your head and body ache and you find it difficult to function, the thing to do is get some medical tests, right? You can't fix a problem until you diagnose it. But what happens when the tests are no help? What if they can't find anything wrong? More problematically, what if the tests appear to making things worse? Th…
 
The first thing to know about any skin condition, large or small, eczema, psoriasis, acne, rosacea, or any other, is that the cure isn't to be found in ointments or creams or anything else you may choose to apply to your body. It's your diet that counts. What you eat can help eliminate the skin conditions that may be wrecking your appearance and yo…
 
At any point in your life, you may experience fatigue, mental fog, general pain and fading energy. You may even reach a point where any of all of these symptoms sap your motivation to get up and get going every day, or they may incapacitate you entirely. So what do you do? If you've tried everything, and nothing works, is it time to give up?…
 
In this episode, host Lindsey Parsons interviews Canadian naturopathic doctor Rabia Meghji, ND about candida overgrowth in the digestive tract. They cover the symptoms of candida and how they contrast with the symptoms of SIBO, natural and pharmaceutical cures, what to eat during healing, and order of healing for people with multiple digestive prob…
 
Over the past couple of decades, hand sanitizers have mutated into a billion-dollar industry. You may keep hand sanitizers at the ready in your house right now, and many offices and businesses position them for employees to use at will. But you shouldn't be using them at all. They're often full of ingredients that can do you a lot more harm than go…
 
So you want to eat healthy, but you don't want to hassle with lengthy preparations and ingredients. You don't have to, procrastinating chefs of the world. There are many tasty foods you can acquire easily and prepare handily, and your body will thank you for it.
 
In this episode, host Lindsey Parsons interviews Michael, who has given himself 9 fecal microbiota transplants in order to address serious problems with IBS, irregular heartbeats and severe fatigue that have kept him on disability for over 10 years. They discuss how he found 9 donors and their impact on his heath, how to properly screen a donor, ho…
 
Who hasn't enjoyed a sandwich with some lunch meat, some bologna or salami, pastrami or ham? If somebody's told you that lunch meats are full of salts and unhealthy fats, they're not wrong. But that's not what's most dangerous about them. Lunch meats are often jammed with preservatives and chemicals to make them look and taste better. Even the pack…
 
In this episode of The Perfect Stool, host Lindsey Parsons speaks with Dr. Xerxes López-Yglesias, CEO of General Biotics, the company that created and distributes Equilibrium Probiotic, which is the highest strain count probiotic currently available on the market. They discuss the origin of Equilibrium, its benefits, different strains of probiotics…
 
If you're tired or depressed, or if you feel antsy and anxious about even the most minor things, maybe the problem isn't the stress of your job, the rude drivers you may encounter everywhere, or any concerns you may have about your financial health. It's your body chemistry. And your body chemistry can be controlled, just like your moods.…
 
How is the health of your stomach related to the health of your brain? Chemicals like serotonin and dopamine are produced in the stomach, and these neurochemicals directly impact the functioning of our minds. The foods you choose help ensure a healthy stomach and a healthy mind. So what foods are right for you?…
 
On this episode of The Perfect Stool, host Lindsey Parsons interviews Dr. Emily Poccia, a naturopathic doctor practicing in La Jolla, California on naturopathic approaches to gut testing and healing, stomach acid, how to restore a healthy gut microbiome after antibiotics, how to maintain a healthy gut, conditions that may be impacted by the gut, su…
 
In some cultures, the shape of your food was believed to determine the food's nutritional value. Walnuts are shaped like human brains, so walnuts are good for the brain, right? Or is that right at all?
 
A vegetarian or vegan diet may have some benefits, but they're seriously lacking in essential vitamins like B12, which is readily found in meat and fish. Consumers who choose vegetarianism for health or ethical reasons need to find ways to supplement their diets so that important elements of all healthy diets aren't left out.…
 
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