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"Cutting through the non-sense and providing common-sense, science-based strategies for a healthy life." The Institute of Natural Health is a cutting-edge center for restoring and maintaining health and wellness. The Institute utilizes a team of practitioners who have been uniquely trained to treat the whole body and are committed to finding and fixing the cause of the problem--not just covering up symptoms. Through state-of-the-art diagnostic testing and equipment, The Institute is able to ...
 
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All too often, when patients claim to react poorly to certain foods but labs don’t show an allergy, their concerns are dismissed and they’re told, “It’s all in your head.” Although we have a lot to learn about food intolerances, ever-growing research proves that they aren’t psychological or make-believe. Learn the differences between a true foo ...…
 
We go over the best and worst foods to eat while pregnant. Pregnancy can be a significant change on your life, make sure that you're eating the right way so that both you and your child are healthy. Download or stream it on Spotify or Apple Podcasts today! Tune in every Sunday to 97.1FM Newstalk Radio to hear our podcasts live!…
 
The number one cause of obesity, heart disease, cancer, dementia, and of course type 2 diabetes. You might hear many terms used to describe this one basic phenomenon–a new epidemic of disordered biology and disease. Diabesity describes a continuum of disease from optimal blood sugar balance to insulin sensitivity to full-blown diabetes. We disc ...…
 
While most Over-The-Counter drugs have long been considered relatively harmless, recent research suggests otherwise; in many cases, the long-term consequences of taking Over-The-Counter drugs were inadequately explored before their release on the market, and we are only now beginning to understand their numerous adverse effects. This week we ta ...…
 
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (issued by the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health & Human Services) recommend that the average American adult consume 225 to 325 grams of carbohydrates per day. Unfortunately, for most Americans, a significant portion of this massive carbohydrate intake comes from refined flour in the form of cookies ...…
 
Relationships are important. This is something that most people know already, but what isn’t always considered is that relationships can affect your physical health. Socialization has always been important, but we’re missing out on important social interactions now more than ever as our society is constantly connected to technology. In this epi ...…
 
If you are being treated by conventional medicine for one of the many chronic health problems that people suffer from today—such as IBS, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, autoimmune disease, etc.—you will likely be given a drug to manage your symptoms and not much else. The key to successfully treating these conditions, however, is addressing thei ...…
 
Breaking bad habits can be very hard to do, which is a reason many sick people struggle to get better. If you’re facing a chronic health condition or would like to reduce your risk of developing one in the future, then perhaps a change in lifestyle is something you should take into consideration. In this episode we discuss how habits form and o ...…
 
Are you concerned about eating too much fat? Fat is one of the three main macronutrients (along with carbohydrate and protein) that our bodies need to function and survive. We address the healthy fats that can benefit your health and how to balance them accordingly. Tune in every Sunday to 97.1FM Newstalk Radio to hear our podcasts live!…
 
Following up to our previous episode on brain performance, we discuss foods that can benefit cognitive function. The connection may not be seen initially, but there is abundant evidence that demonstrates an intimate relationship between the food one consumes and cognitive function. In this episode we discuss some easy and natural ways to improv ...…
 
Pretty much all of us has dealt with brain fog, or loss of words, or forgetfulness at some point in our lives. Oftentimes we attribute loss of brain function or memory to getting older, having children, or daily stressors. However, this isn’t always the case and there can be a number of issues that can lead to a lower cognitive function. In thi ...…
 
Recently, due to large verdicts and mass media coverage, glyphosate has come under much-needed scrutiny. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup, a weed killer that has been found to be killing more than just weeds. Epidemiological studies have shown correlations between glyphosate and kidney failure, fertility, birth defects, cancer and ...…
 
Many, if not most, people assume that if a medicine is available over-the-counter it must be safe. Unfortunately, that’s usually not the case. People can fall into a rut of taking medications, like ibuprofen, multiple times a day, every day. Research is now showing that over-the-counter medications aren’t as beneficial to us as we had originall ...…
 
Lead toxicity is something that effects more people than most of us realize. Statistics show that 40% of the population has toxic levels of lead in their bodies! This can cause nausea, depression, decreased sex drives, insomnia, and a plethora of additional alarming issues. In this episode we explain methods you can take to detoxify and practic ...…
 
People are exposed to toxins on a daily basis and these toxins are affecting our health. 2.5 billion pounds of toxic chemicals, including mercury, are released into the atmosphere every year. Growing industry has surrounded our planet with pollutants and our bodies are absorbing a substantial amount of it. This week we and address some of the b ...…
 
Carbs have become a hot topic over the last few years—and a sore subject. They’ve come under even more scrutiny recently with ketogenic diets picking up in popularity. While a ketogenic diet can benefit some, it’s not a cure-all and won’t work for everyone. We dive into the research regarding carbs this week and address who can improve their he ...…
 
Mold exposure is a serious problem in the US. Most building (85%) have previous water damage and about half (45%) have current water leaks. Considering it takes less than 24 hours for mold to grow, mold toxicity is a major concern. In this episode we discuss how mycotoxins (the toxic byproduct of mold) impact the entire body including our immun ...…
 
Did you know that over 700 million people around the world are affected by an autoimmune disease? Despite so many people being afflicted, conventional medicine has done little in terms of treatment. Thankfully there is hope. A root cause approach and a proper nutritional strategy can slow or even reverse the progression of autoimmune disease. I ...…
 
Functional medicine has been gaining popularity worldwide, which begs the question: What exactly IS functional medicine? Functional medicine is a collaborative, holistic, healing-focused practice that addresses the root cause of symptoms. In this episode we talk about how functional medicine differs from conventional and alternative medicine an ...…
 
Stress is a part of everyone’s life. Sometimes stress can be so heavy that we need to seek help in dealing with it. But have you ever considered that chronic stress could cause hypothyroid symptoms? We explain the connection between chronic stress and circulating levels of thyroid hormone. Tune in every Sunday to 97.1FM Newstalk Radio to hear o ...…
 
Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, is the most common digestive disorder in America. Symptoms occur in upwards of forty percent of the population each month, and twenty percent experience them weekly. Over thirteen BILLION dollars are spent each year on antacid and acid-stopping medications. Unfortunately, the health risk of the drugs us ...…
 
Every year, the average American consumes 60 pounds of high fructose corn syrup. This week we do a deep dive into the confusion and horrors involving the unnatural sweetener. We discuss what products you should avoid bringing into your home and, most importantly, your body. Tune in every Sunday to 97.1FM Newstalk Radio to hear our podcasts live!…
 
This show will include our top advice to make 2019 your healthiest year. There is so much advice out there that it can be overwhelming. Let us cut through the noise to help simplify your strategies to make 2019 great.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss whether meat and dairy are good for you, whether you should include them in your diet and the false information out there regarding both.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss our microbiome, both inside our gut and on our skin. We detail lifestyle choices that disrupt our microbiome including things like processed packaged foods, antibiotics, and antibacterial soaps. We also talk about things to help your microbiome grow strong and diverse including probiotics, prebiotics, and foods. We also discuss other ...…
 
We discuss various options for hormone replacement including injections, creams, pellets, and BioTE method pellet therapy. We are a BioTE Certified Clinic.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss the 7 dwarfs of menopause and andropause in men. Both men and women as early as their 20s are experiencing hormonal imbalances that can and should be corrected. Fixing hormones is about identifying the root cause of the imbalance which can come from a number of things including: digestive problems, toxic metals, toxic chemicals, poor ...…
 
We discuss acne and it common causes including: food sensitivities, sugar, gut dysfunction, nutritional deficiencies, and inflammation. We talk about how you can improve acne by addressing these issues.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss the increasing incidence of ADD/ADHD and the medications prescribed to those diagnosed. We discuss common nutritional deficiencies in those with ADD/ADHD such as Omega-3s, Amino acids, vitamin B6, Vitamin A, magnesium, and zinc. We also discuss immune imbalances.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss the common medical training with regard to yeast. We talk about the impacts chronic yeast overgrowth has on your system creating a whole host of symptoms including, but not limited to, fatigue, decreased libido, bloating, gas, itching, altered bowel function, hormonal disruption, depression, allergies, skin issues like eczema, etc. W ...…
 
We discuss the benefits of detoxification. We also talk about how to detoxify smartly. It is possible to detox too rapidly which can lead to numerous health problems.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss the misinformation regarding nutrition. Nutrition science is inherently flawed due to lack of long term studies, conflicting information, poor study design, and an ignoring of food quality in the food industry. Confusion seems to be the name of the game when it comes to nutrition.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss the causes, symptoms, conventional treatments, and natural treatments to IBS. We talk about the increased incidence of IBS in recent years. We also discuss the gut-brain connection and how a dysfunctional gut leads to a dysfunctional brain.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss incorrect idea that if you know the name of what is wrong with you, then you know how to fix it. Unfortunately this method is outdated and dangerous. Once a label is assigned to you, everything that happens to you will be either blamed on your label or part of the explanation as to why you feel the way you feel. Just because you know ...…
 
We discuss dietary fat and it's role in heart disease. We talk about the low-fat craze and the disaster it created. We discuss statin medications. And lastly we talk about what you can do to naturally to keep your cholesterol under control, the most important of which is to find a properly trained and certified functional medicine practitioner.…
 
We discuss a functional medicine approach to cancer. This includes discussions regarding detoxification, enhancing immune function, proper diet, and adequate testing.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss the types, symptoms, and causes of insomnia. We also go over many different natural remedies and approaches to improving sleep.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss what asthma is, the triggers for asthma, the risk factors, the common symptoms of asthma, conventional treatment and various natural treatments for asthma.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss the use and over-use of antibiotics. We also discuss the negative health impacts multiple rounds of antibiotics has on our microbiome, our immune system, and our overall health.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss what the MTHFR genetic SNP is and how it can impact your health. An entire show devoted to methylation.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss what candida is, the symptoms of candida, how to treat candida, and how to prevent candida overgrowth from happening to you.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
We discuss what the gallbladder is, how it functions, what can go wrong, and how to heal a gallbladder. We also discuss what to do to prevent gallbladder surgery, and if you have already had your gallbladder removed, the things necessary to ensure adequate digestion.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
A discussion on why you should consider preventive medicine for your health.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
Magnesium is arguably the most important mineral in the body, which is why magnesium deficiency can be such an issue. We discuss causes, symptoms of deficiency including: leg cramps, insomnia, muscle pain/fibromyalgia, anxiety, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, fatigue, migraine headaches, and osteoporosis. We also discuss people who are at ...…
 
We discuss things that you can do to improve the quality of your life.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
A discussion on the biggest signs that a person is aging poorly. These include: joint pain, fatigue and bad sleep habits, chronic inflammation, brain fog, weight gain, varicose veins, skin and appearance changes, dementia, digestive issues, hearing loss. Also we discuss how to slow aging with things like: go to see a functional medicine practit ...…
 
A discussion on type 2 diabetes as an illness of environment. The unexpected triggers include: arsenic, BPA, PCBs, PAHs, Phthalates, Mercury, Cadmium, Pesticides, and Nickel.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
A discussion of the connection between inflammation and depression and common causes of inflammation including: diet, obesity, gut health, stress, physical activity, sleep deprivation, chronic infection, dental health (caries and periodontal disease), and vitamin D deficiency.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
A discussion on why it is so hard for people to find good information regarding food.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
Discussion on SIBO symptoms, causes and treatments.By The Institute of Natural Health.
 
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