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In the second episode of Plant Power, the fourth season of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series, our topic is plant genetics and genetic modification. Guests on this episode are scientists Brandon Metzger, PhD, and Eric Jackson, PhD. Listen all the way to end for clinical insights from practitioner Dave Hogsed, DOM, AP.…
 
In the first episode of the fourth season of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series, our topic is the whole food matrix. Guests on this episode are nutrition scientists Brandon Metzger, PhD, and Weston Bussler, PhD. Listen all the way to end for clinical insights from practitioner Dave Hogsed, DOM, AP.
 
In this episode, naturopathic clinician Angela Hywood joins our host Sara Le Brun-Blashka, MS, to talk about Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera). Ashwagandha is commonly used in ayurvedic medicine as a general tonic for natural healing, and it is associated with a variety of clinical health benefits like blood sugar reduction, reduced cortisol levels,…
 
The hosts of this season will be having in-depth conversations with guests about defining the whole food matrix, the history of plants and plant genetics, the importance of organic farming, the relationship between phytonutrients and the natural colors of food, the impact of nutrient availability in the human body, and – lastly – applying ALL of th…
 
In the second episode of the Nutrition Education and Racial Disparities series, our guests are Alicia McDaniel, MPH, Rolanda Patrick Forehand, MPH, and Casey Brown from the Cabarrus Health Alliance. We discuss the processes of applying for grants and designing programs for nutrition education, projects that are often tested by logistical and financ…
 
Dr. Lars Bode discusses the relationship between 2’-FL, a novel prebiotic, and the human microbiome, including what makes 2’-FL stand out from other HMOs, and why HMOs stand out from other oligosaccharides. Additionally, the group talks about the decoy action of HMOs and the relationship between 2’-FL and Bifidobacteria.…
 
Welcome to the very first episode of the new monthly podcast series on WholisticMatters: Nutrition Education and Racial Disparities in Health. This month we’re talking with chiropractor and co-founder of Evoke Chiropractic Coaching, Dr. Edgar Everett. Dr. Everett practices in St. Louis, Missouri, and is passionate about serving his practice members…
 
Introducing a special season of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series, where the hosts are talking with a diverse group of guests to explore how nutrition education and natural approaches to health could affect positive change regarding racial disparities in health. This podcast series serves to highlight conversations with healthcare practitioners, …
 
In this episode, naturopathic clinician Angela Hywood returns to the show to talk with host Sara Le Brun-Blashka, MS, to talk about natural approaches to healthy skin, for aging, acne, inflammation, and the skin-gut connection. With herbs like gotu kola, stinging nettle, calendula, and more, you’ll hear all about how slowing down collagen degradati…
 
Today we are talking about cat’s claw for immunity and recovery with naturopath and medical herbalist Berris Burgoyne, who joins our host, nutritionist Sara Le Brun Blashka, for the fifth episode of our special series on Medicinal Herbs. cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa) is an herb native to the South and Central American tropical rain forest associat…
 
Today we are talking about bitter herbs and their multi-faceted role in health. Host Sara Le Brun Blashka discusses bitter herbs with naturopath and medical herbalist Amanda Williams, who has been practicing for over 20 years. She focuses on female health, endocrine health, autoimmune disease, and digestive health. Listen to the podcast to learn mo…
 
Today host Sara Le Brun Blashka, MS, is talking with naturopathic clinician Angela Hywood, who guides us through a selection of medicinal herbs that play important roles as tonics and adaptogens for nervous and adrenal health. These herbs have long traditions of optimizing sleep and stress management habits, which in turn play an important role in …
 
This episode featured veterinarian Patrick Mahaney, VMD, CVA, CVJ, who has been practicing since 1999. His unique practice combines Western veterinary medicine with acupuncture and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine as well. He believes in a wholistic approach, taking a step back and looking at his patients as a whole, and he emphasizes the im…
 
Sheila Dodson, DVM, CVA, has been a veterinarian over twenty years, and she owns an integrative veterinary practice offering multiple modalities for wholistic pet care. In this episode, Dr. Dodson talks with Jody Griffiths, CVT, about the unique aspects of the veterinary profession that make personnel decisions, work-life balance, and self-care par…
 
Today we’re talking about one of the most researched herbs in the world in terms of its therapeutic effects: turmeric. Known for its distinctive golden color and its earthy-sweet flavor, turmeric is commonly found on many cooks’ spice racks and has been long-studied for its association with positive health effects. Professor Kerry Bone returns as a…
 
Slavko Komarnytsky, PhD, and Sheila Dodson, DVM, CVA, join co-hosts Kara Credle and Jody Griffiths, to talk about the endocannabinoid system for pets. This includes the difference between hemp and marijuana, CBD vs. THC, and how veterinarians can best help their pet owners choose the hemp supplement that's best for them. More on WholisticMatters.co…
 
Listen as co-hosts Kara Credle and Jody Griffiths, CVT, are joined by veterinarians Dr. Ann-Margret Morgan, DVM, CCRT, CVA, VSMT, CVPP, and Sue Howell, DVM, CVFT, CVA. They discuss the role of the nervous system in whole-body animal health, rehabilitation for pets, veterinary "CSI," and their unique philosophies on veterinary practice.…
 
Welcome to a a special season of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series: Medicinal Herbs. We'll be talking with nutritionist Sara Le Brun Blashka, Professor Kerry Bone, and other herbal industry leaders about the role of medicinal herbs and herbal remedies in human health. We’re excited to bring multiple thought leaders together to provide insight to …
 
Nutrition and diet are foundational components of the wholistic approach to health, but sleep, stress, and physical activity are also important. In episode 2, we talked with nutrition scientist Weston Bussler, PhD, about the importance of wholistic health and how it encompasses approaches to health focusing on supporting the whole body. Sleep, stre…
 
Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, discuss the whole food advantage. What components define a whole food? Why is including whole foods in the diet so important for human health? They also talk more about phytonutrients from plants - about how humans need these beneficial metabolites just as much as they need macronutrie…
 
Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, talk about the importance of wholistic health – emphasis on “wholistic” spelled with a “W”. Weston provides unique insight on the Standard American Diet – which is packed with foods processed for convenience and comfort in mind. Additionally, the Standard American Diet often lacks spec…
 
The first episode of Season 2 of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series launches on January 1st, 2020. Look forward to four episodes dedicated to changing the way you think about New Year’s resolutions, lifestyle changes, and being “healthy.” There are quotation marks around this word because “healthy” looks different for everyone! In season 2, "Build…
 
Ryan Bradley, ND, MPH, is the Director of Research, National University of Natural Medicine. He joined us for this episode of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series, recorded live at the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) 2019 annual conference and exhibition. Dr. Bradley discusses clinical research in naturopathic medicine, eviden…
 
This episode of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series was recorded live at the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) 2019 annual conference and exhibition. Michael Traub, ND, DHANP, FABNO, discussed his path to the naturopathic profession. Traub is in practice at the Lokahi Health Center Inc. in Hawaii and a site director for the Ins…
 
Carrie Jones, ND, is naturopathic physician specializing in functional medicine, women’s health, and hormones. In this episode of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series recorded live at the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) 2019 annual conference and exhibition, Dr. Jones discusses hormonal imbalances and the health effects that o…
 
Michelle Simon, PhD, ND, describes naturopathic medicine as the “engineering of healthcare.” Dr. Simon, who began her career with an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering before obtained her PhD in biomedical engineering and becoming a naturopathic physician, is the president and CEO of the Institute for Natural Medicine (INM). In this pod…
 
Ryan Lazarus, DC, MS, is a practicing chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner in California near the Napa Valley. He was also one of the speakers at the 2019 Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) annual event The National, where the WholisticMatters Podcast Series recorded live episodes. Dr. Lazarus discussed implementing therapeutic lif…
 
Maurice Werness, ND, was one of the founding board members of the Institute for Natural Medicine when it was established almost 30 years ago in 1992. Now, Dr. Werness is a practicing naturopathic doctor in Durham, North Carolina. We found him at the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) annual conference where the WholisticMatters …
 
Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, is a public health specialist in North Carolina attending the American Association for Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) annual conference and exhibition for the first time. At AANP 2019, the WholisticMatters Podcast Series with John P. Troup, PhD, was live, and during the discussion with Hamrock, we gained valuable insights i…
 
Live from the Florida Chiropractic Association’s The National, the world’s largest event for chiropractic, the WholisticMatters Podcast Series with host John P. Troup, PhD, joins Richard Brown, DC, Secretary-General of the World Federation for Chiropractic (WFC) to discuss the future of the chiropractic industry. The WFC represents the national ass…
 
Heidi Haavik, DC, PhD, is a chiropractor from New Zealand who got her doctoral degree in human neurophysiology to understand more about how and why chiropractic works. Recorded live at the Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) annual event The National in Orlando, Florida, WholisticMatters Podcast Series host John P. Troup, PhD, talks with Dr. Haa…
 
Christopher Bump, DC, MS, has used nutrition in his practice for his long time. In this podcast episode, the WholisticMatters Podcast Series with John P. Troup, PhD, is recording live at the Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) annual event The National, where Dr. Bump is back as a speaker. Dr. Troup and Dr. Bump discuss stress, inflammation, and…
 
Slavko Komarnytsky, PhD, from the N.C. State University Plants for Human Health Institute, returns to the WholisticMatters podcast series with host John Troup, PhD, to discuss mechanisms involved in the control and balance of glucose appearance in the body. Komarnytsky, a leading expert in phytonutrients and the underlying mechanisms of metabolic p…
 
John Troup, PhD, talks to Bassem El-Khodor, PhD, a prominent thought leader on detox. El-Khodor discusses the different terms used for detox – what they really mean and what implications these differences have on selecting the right program for the right patient. Additionally, Troup and El-Khodor describe the differences between “detox,” “purificat…
 
Jesmond Dalli, PhD, and John Troup, PhD, discussed addressing the underlying problems of inflammation at the 2019 Integrative Healthcare Symposium. “Because [inflammation] has been given one name, it has been oversimplified as a process,” Dalli said. “Each person has a different sequence of events that leads to their disease.” Dalli and Troup discu…
 
Live at the Integrative Healthcare Symposium (IHS) 2019, John Troup, PhD, talked to Christopher Bump, DC, MS, IFMCP, CNS, DABCN on major trends in nutrition in integrative healthcare. Dr. Bump shared with us how and where practitioners are discussing nutrition – in both broader healthcare and in chiropractic specifically.…
 
Eric Jackson, PhD, is currently the Chief Technical Officer for 25:2 Solutions and the architect of the company’s NATIVCROP Lab. Throughout his career, Jackson has studied biology as a pre-med student, plant pathology, quantitative genetics, and statistical genomics. As Senior Principal Scientist at General Mills Inc., Jackson became the first scie…
 
Dan Johnston, MD, MPH, is the founder and CEO of BrainSpan and a retired Lieutenant Colonel who has served in the US Pentagon, White House, Army Surgeon General's office, Iraq, Kuwait, and Korea. Dr. Johnston sat down with John Troup, PhD, at a recent military nutrition conference to talk about the broader issues of stress and inflammation, as well…
 
John Troup, PhD, discussed managing inflammation and the use of omega-3 fatty acids with Andrew Heyman, MD, MHSA. Specifically, Heyman described the importance of lipids in the body on the cellular level, on the subcellular level, and on the organ system level. Heyman emphasizes that the 60:40 ratio of EPA to DHA is critically important - as well a…
 
When Dana Cohen, MD, was finishing her residency at Albany Medical Center in internal medicine, she saw an ad on the wall for a “world-renowned wellness center seeking a physician in New York City,” and the rest is history. Twenty years later, we find Dr. Cohen at the Integrative Healthcare Symposium in New York City to record a live podcast. Dr. C…
 
Recorded live at the 2019 Integrative Health Symposium in New York City, this podcast features Erika Schwartz, MD, pioneer in the field of integrative medicine and founder of Evolved Science, a concierge medical practice in New York City. Dr. Schwartz is the author of seven books, most recently “The Intimacy Solution.” John Troup, PhD, talked to Dr…
 
We got Carl Germano, RD, CNS, CDN, on the phone to talk about hemp oil, the endocannabinoid system, and why he is dedicating his life to telling everyone about the health benefits of cannabinoids. Germano says that phytocannabinoids, CBD, and the hemp hype are dominating our industry and will continue to dominate it over the next couple of decades.…
 
Stavros Kavouras, PhD, is professor and director of the Hydration Lab at Arizona State University where he researches how water intake influences health and performance. In this podcast, John Troup, PhD, chats with Dr. Kavouras on how hydration influences exercise performance and general wellbeing. Dr. Kavouras refers to water as “the forgotten nut…
 
Dr. Jay Lombard, a thought leader in the fields of integrative and functional medicine, has been a practicing neurologist for more than two decades. We got Dr. Lombard on the phone to talk about stress and inflammation, particularly how stress leads to problems with anxiety and ultimately complicates underlying inflammation. Dr. Lombard discusses t…
 
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