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Through her journey, Sara Banta has had to solve many health issues within her family on top of her own issues with fertility, hormones, adult acne, digestive issues and much more. She realized that many of the solutions that heal the gut, or the brain are the same solutions that heal and help most all ailments and health issues. With that, she has devoted her life to providing guidance and all-natural health supplements and solutions that heal the body through her company,
Medicinal mushrooms are fungal organisms sold as health foods, nutritional supplements, so-called nutraceuticals, and, on occasion, cosmetics ingredients. They are part of an extensive natural health products category in Asia, where traditional Chinese medicine has utilized mushroom preparations for thousands of years.
Whether you’re feeling stuck in your health goals or any area of life, this episode will inspire you to move past what is holding you back to realize your full potential!
This week, Beth and Michal welcome Darrell Rogers, Director of Advocacy for the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, to discuss the important topic of health advocacy. Darrell’s career in Washington, D.C. is highlighted by directing several notable nonprofit organizations, working for a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, and running political campaigns. Darrell regularly appears in media and at conferences as a healthcare issue expert. For the past eight years, his work has been dedicated to protecting and promoting access to complementary and alternative healthcare.
Every year, consumers spend over a billion dollars on vitamins and other dietary supplements in the hopes of restoring or preserving their health. Are all those supplements really necessary or is it just wasted money? On one hand, eating a healthy, well-balanced diet should provide you with all of the individual nutrients you need. But, on the other hand, if your diet isn't so good, some of those nutrients might be deficient and you may consider taking a supplement.
In this week’s episode of Wellness Warriors Radio, Beth & Michal answer our very own listener questions! We cover cheat meals (good or bad?) and if you need to track calories and macros.
Miriam Hatoum, known as "Granny Keto," is a wife, mother, and grandmother of two. As a certified nutritional coach, she addresses the needs and concerns of men, women and couples who are either doing Keto or are working on steps towards Keto. Miriam believes in KISS – Keep it Simple Sweetheart—and offers a unique way to make Keto a true lifestyle rather than a diet.
Megan Ramos, a clinical researcher by trade, shares her passions in the field of preventative medicine and her work with intermittent fasting. When Ramos herself was diagnosed with diabetes, she sought help from Dr. Jason Fung, beginning them on the path that created the program as what it is today. She candidly discusses some of the specifics, and controversies, associated with intermittent fasting.
This week on Wellness Warriors Radio, Beth speaks with Stephanie Bader about her journey into the world of essential oils. Stephanie talks about her own health issues regarding Grave’s disease, the anxiety that the disease produced and how essential oils helped her to overcome some major hurdles during the last stages of her pregnancy.
We tend to only think of “wellness” being related to diet and exercise, but our wellbeing encompasses so much more…including relationships, purpose and career, mindset, spirituality, and environment. In fact, a UCLA study confirms the direct correlation between a woman’s cortisol (stress) levels and the density of household objects.
Fasting has been a common practice among many major religions for centuries, and in ancient Greece, Hippocrates believed it helped the body heal itself. Fasting has more recently emerged into the mainstream as a strategy to stimulate fat loss and to increase longevity. There’s also research showing that certain types of fasting may help improve your cholesterol, blood pressure, glucose levels, insulin sensitivity, and other health issues.