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Maximizing autoimmune health through the paleo autoimmune protocol and functional medicine. This bi-weekly podcast combines personal stories of the autoimmune experience, with interviews with experts on nutrition, lifestyle, the mind-body connection, autoimmune disease, root cause troubleshooting, and more. Hosted by Eileen Laird, author of A Simple Guide to the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol. She dedicates this podcast to anyone whose autoimmune disease knocked them down so hard, they wondered i ...
 
Jon Durnell (@jondurnell) and Kelly McInerney (@hollyweirdo) host this Boardwalk Audio podcast where they get stoned with a guest, go to the movies, then dissect the film immediately after. You don't have to smoke weed to enjoy the pod, but you should enjoy watching movies. Who knows? Maybe an episode will entice you to watch a movie you wouldn't normally like! New episodes every other Tuesday! For more info check out our twitter @imdweed and www.imdweed.com
 
Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
Losing Weight is as easy as 1,2,3,4 In order to lose weight you have to do four things. Most people focus only on one or two things, that's why they fail. Most people focus on either 1) eating right or 2) exercising more. While those two things are the nuts and bolts to losing weight. There are two other elements that are just as important and without implementing them you are destined to fail. In order to successfully lose weight and keep it off you also must have 3) a support sytem and 4) ...
 
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We talk a lot about nutrient density and diversity on this podcast. Every food has a unique nutrient profile, and when we get in food ruts and eat the same thing every day, our nutrition suffers. The same thing happens with movement. Modern life limits the way we move our bodies, but then chronic illness can limit it even more. This creates a vicio…
 
In the research, they call it expressive writing or art therapy. At home, we call it journaling. This simple practice is an amazing stress management and self-awareness tool. It helps release emotions that are difficult to let go, gain clarity to make difficult decisions, uncover hidden parts of yourself, express gratitude, discover playfulness, an…
 
If you're feeling the need to turbocharge your motivation as you settle into month sevenish, dealing with Covid, this is the conversation for you. My guest has 14+ years pedigree of Fortune 500 companies and advises organisations and leaders on creating environments where smart, self-motivating, innovative individuals thrive. We discuss the concept…
 
We all come from cultural backgrounds where food is part of our family heritage. Did you grieve lost food traditions when you went paleo or AIP? Did you find AIP versions that came close? Or did you find new ways to celebrate those traditions? These are the questions I'm asking my guests today.By Eileen Laird
 
In #85, Jon and Kelly have on the very funny Phoenix comic Brian Kearley and the three of them dive into Scott Pilgrim vs The World. This movie is a great one and sometimes great movies are just great and there isn't a huge deal to complain or talk about BUT we did discuss our love of it and then roll into what's life like now day 102323 in quarant…
 
My guest today is the formidable Maz Farrelly, former Executive Editor of Format Entertainment at the BBC in London (think Big Brother, Celebrity Apprentice + Q+A on ABC) and now CEO Whisperer and Social Commentator. Maz's content has over 8 billion views and you're going to want to take a listen, she's fantastic. We cover a lot of topics including…
 
Back on the podcast is Richard Yetsenga Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ. The first time I interviewed Richard turned out to be the last week that we were working in an office. I have been listening to a lot of Richard's commentary and analysis through the pandemic and I was keen to explore some of it in more detail. We talk about inequa…
 
Back in March, I recorded our first episode on the Coronavirus. Now, it's time for an update. How are people with autoimmune disease faring? What's the single biggest factor in recovery? What supplements and lifestyle choices support immune health? How do we navigate restrictions vs. reopening? And how do we support our mental health during the cha…
 
In #83, Jon and Kelly have on Colorado comedian Rebecca Robinson and they dive into Sophia Coppola drama based on a true story: The Bling Ring. Sometimes we watch crummy movies and even though we don't particularly enjoy them -- they make for GREAT podcasts like this one! We break down the movie but also talk about other fun stuff like if we would …
 
In this Covid19 period of significant change, how we work and connect with each other, both within and outside our organisations, is critical to the success of the strategy. My guest today is Jon Burgess a thought leader in people advocacy and collaboration. Jon is also a guest lecturer at Harvard Business School. This podcast is a conversation abo…
 
In #82, Jon and Kelly have on comedian Rick Wood and they dive into the classic comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail. This is another fun one jam packed fun one! Another first time viewing for someone too! Sometimes movies made in the 70's don't hold up, especially comedies but what about this one? Well, don't run away, run away, listen and you'l…
 
78% of autoimmune patients are women, and some diagnoses are 2-3 times more common among women of color. When it comes to healthcare, ideally we all get the same treatment, but many people have experienced some form of bias in the doctor's office. Research shows this leads to serious health consequences. How can we address a problem this big - both…
 
We hear a lot about the mind-body connection, but what are its uses and what are its limits? Are there techniques we can use to minimize pain and manage it better? How does the stress response increase pain's intensity? How does guarding against pain add a second layer of tension that can make pain worse? Vidyamala Burch has lived with chronic pain…
 
Many people think of the AIP as simply a list of foods you can and can't eat, so how can intuition play a role? And if your intuition tells you to eat junk food, that derails health goals rather than supports them, right? So, how can these things possibly go together? In this podcast episode, we bust some myths about both of these dietary philosoph…
 
In #79 we decided to switch it up and have a dynamic duo on the pocast. Jon and Kelly invited Brian Balough and Katrina Coleman from Memphis. The two of them create the very fun You Look Like comedy competition show, and you can check out some videos of it on the OAM Network or every year at the Memphis Comedy Festival which they help run. They cho…
 
VOIVOD GOES PSYCH-PROG! Third time's a charm with returning guest Mhyk Monroe (Grief Ritual, FATHERS). This week we dive into Voivod's confusing fifth album. Just how subtle are the distinctions between various subgenres of metal? How is a song about a pirate ship somehow less silly than previous albums' lyrics? Why are Men Without Hats involved in…
 
There are over 100 different autoimmune diseases, and it takes an average of 4 years and 5 doctors to get an accurate diagnosis. I know many of you have been through this, or are going through this right now. Let me introduce Dr. William Mitchell, whom I call the Diagnosis Detective. He's a naturopathic doctor who works in rheumatology. One of his …
 
KID CUDI TRIES TO ROCK! We crossover with the Brian from the Boothin' podcast as Kid Cudi tries to crossover into the rock world. When does a Kid Cudi get old enough to be an Adult Cudi? Who is the Phil Collins of hip-hop? Why is Travis Barker on every album? Does Kid Cudi have the same guitar pedal as Moby? When is it okay to release a bonus disc …
 
X TRIES TO GET COMMERCIAL! Michael and Jenny from Shiny Around the Edges join us to discuss X’s frustrating attempt to cash in. How obscure can an artist be and still have documentaries made about them? Is X the best or the worst name for a band? What did Ray Manzarek bring to the table? Did X just put out an album that none of us listened to? Is n…
 
Because of the pandemic, this has been an intense Spring for us all. I'm taking a much-needed break this week and releasing a favorite podcast from the archives you might have missed. This episode is from 2017, but the topic is still timely, because it's hard to keep healthy habits under stress. Three health and nutrition coaches share their best t…
 
In this special episode, comedian Russell Kane speaks to a variety of guests about how the lockdown has affected cultural venues across the UK and explores why museums matter more than ever. Alistair Hudson, director of the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester and Elinor Morgan, head of programme at MIMA in Middlesbrough, talk about the positive role mu…
 
In #77 we dive into the first Harry Potter movie and it is about darn time! Kelly and Jon welcomed Phoenix comic, buddy, and Potter expert Bill Laskowski as the three of them just dove into the wizarding world. No, this movie isn't the best out of the entire series but it is the start of the great series so it is still pretty killer. We talk all ab…
 
We're used to thinking we need to exercise off our food, but what if we thought differently -- that food was where movement comes from? Did you know you can grow your own movement? Are COVID gardens a thing? Katy Bowman talks with Victory Garden historian Dr. Rose Hayden-Smith about the rising gardening movement and how these times compare and cont…
 
LIL WAYNE TRIES TO ROCK! This week we are joined by fellow podcaster and Canadian DJ Bryson Worden (The BLOCK with Bryson Worden) to discuss Lil Wayne's attempt to be a dope boy with a guitar. Who is Wayne trying to impress? Was anyone rocking in 2010? Why do people remember the rap-rock of Limp Bizkit more than Ice-T's Body Count? Is Canadian Wiki…
 
CHRIS CORNELL GOES POP! Production designer, fabricator, and saxophonist Aaron Schilling joins us to discuss Chris Cornell's attempt to remain relevant in a post-grunge world. Is this the worst album we've covered? Who wrote these songs? Who claims to have written these songs? Who is credited with writing these songs? Why is Chris smashing a guitar…
 
Self-soothing behaviors are the things we do to comfort ourselves in the moment, especially under stress. Sometimes those behaviors are healthy and double as self-care. Other times, they are the opposite of healthy. Most of us have impulses in both directions. What drives those impulses? How can we get in the habit of soothing ourselves in ways tha…
 
THE BOSS GOES ACOUSTIC! We are joined this week by illustrator Karl Christian Kumpholz (30 Miles of Crazy!) since he’s far more familiar with Bruce than we are. Why did he release an album of demos? Why is this only Springsteen album that the cool kids can claim to like? What exactly would the E Street Band have done to these songs? Is Bruce really…
 
Broadcaster Anneka Rice takes her friend, actor and writer Imogen Stubbs, to Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, the former palatial holiday home of Queen Victoria, where they get to explore the house’s opulent interiors, reminisce about the time Anneka landed in a helicopter there for the 80s TV show Treasure Hunt, and find out more about Victoria…
 
VILLAGE PEOPLE DON’T DO DISCO! Comedian and artist Katie Bowman joins us to discuss the Village People’s attempt to survive the death of Disco. Was cocaine a thing in the 80s? Did anyone notice that the lead singer was replaced? Are the Village People a boy band or macho men? Why are three of the eight songs on this album about food? Did the Villag…
 
Instagram influencer and host of The Great Women Artists podcast Katy Hessel visits the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden in St Ives with her friend, the artist Unskilled Worker. While there, they explore the stunning garden and discover more about the life and work of one of the 20th century's most important artists. See acast.com/priva…
 
Why does food intolerance increase with autoimmune disease? And why are some people able to reintroduce foods successfully while other people struggle? In this episode, I speak with a leader in the autoimmune health community: Dr. Datis Kharrazian. He's a clinician, researcher, author, and expert on this issue. He shares the root causes behind this…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guest Aaron Maslow. Aaron is a stand up comedian and host of the Schooling Noah Podcast. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: Bob & Brad, job advice, attacking audience members, and making each live show an experience. Like, subscribe, rate, review, and tell a friend! Follow LHRB on Facebook, Instagram…
 
MOBY TRIES TO ROCK! We’re starting beef with a vegan. And to help us out we’ve got Alf (KTCL 93.3) on hand to discuss Moby abandoning electronica just as it was about to break through to the mainstream. Is that a drum machine or is Moby a drummer? Does this sound like a demo? Who was supposed to write lyrics and sing these songs? Does Moby have a s…
 
Live from the quarantine the IMDweed gang is back and more stoned than ever! Kelly and Jon had on good bud and the wildly funny Richard Douglas Jones straight outta Memphis, Tennessee! Don't worry, we all were practicing very safe social distancing and were far, far, far away from each other. We talked about arguably one of the greatest comedic mov…
 
Broadcaster and DJ Edith Bowman takes her friend, photographer Kellee Quinn, to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, where they explore the diverse collection on show, reflect on Scottish history, art and identity, and get up close with iconic paintings by Salvador Dali and L.S. Lowry. Please note: UK museums including Kelvingrove are cur…
 
JONI SINGS THE STANDARDS! Aleeya Wilson (Death In Space) joins us virtually to discuss Joni's orchestral and big band covers album of "The Great American Songbook". Was the title an attempt to trick casual fans, or a concession to the record company (who wanted to trick casual fans)? How many sides does love have? How many musicians does it take to…
 
TV presenter, comedian and actress Mel Giedroyc and her good friend Emma Pierce head along to Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing, west London, to explore the former country home of famed architect and art collector Sir John Soane. While inside they discover more about Soane’s family life, including the difficult relationship he had with his children, as we…
 
Many people with autoimmune disease struggle with anxiety as well. In this episode we talk about why that's true, how anxiety can interfere with our lives, and share practical tips for addressing it in the moment, as well as strategies for reducing it long-term. My guest is Dr. Maureen Pierce, a health psychologist who specializes in working with p…
 
This week is a crossover episode with JD’s other podcast, Los Chupacabros! Los Chupacabros is a humorous, wisecracking, yet simpleminded podcast from Denver based comedians Andres Becerril, Patrick Scott, and JD Lopez. Each week they get together to have a silly goose time and podcast it to the world. Los Chupacabros is also a proud part of Left Ha…
 
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