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This week on The Goodness Lover Podcast, we spoke with Dr. Gemma Newman — Board Certified Family Medicine Doctor who specialises in holistic health and plant-based nutrition. She is also the bestselling author of "The Plant Power Doctor."
This week on The Goodness Lover Podcast, we spoke with Dr. John McDougall—a Board Certified Internist, professor, and author of 13 national bestselling books advocating the consumption of low-fat, starchy food.
This week on The Goodness Lover Podcast, we spoke with Dr. Matthew Nagra—a Naturopathic Doctor who is a passionate advocate for evidence-based nutrition as medicine. After struggling with health issues throughout his childhood, Dr. Nagra decided to transition to a plant-based diet and pursue his education in this field.
Watch this LIVE YouTube interview with Dr. Peter Kan to discover how the brain-immune-gut connection works and how you can safely take advantage of it to solve chronic brain symptoms, immune challenges, and gut dysfunction.
This week on The Goodness Lover Podcast we spoke with Robert Cheeke (@robert.cheeke) and Matt Frazier (@nomeatathlete_official) - long-term athletes and authors of the New York Times Best Seller "Plant-Based Athlete."
This week on The Goodness Lover Podcast we spoke with Dr. Joseph Pizzorno - naturopathic physician, educator, researcher, founder of Bastyr University, textbook encyclopedia writer, and editor of "Integrative Medicine: A Clinician's Journal," the most widely distributed peer-reviewed journal in the field of natural medicine.
This week on The Goodness Lover Podcast we spoke with Dr. Joan Ifland - Doctor of Addictive Nutrition, Food Addiction Expert, Lead editor and author of the textbook "Processed Food Addiction," Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, and an innovator in food addiction recovery programs.
Have you ever considered if there is a diet or lifestyle to follow that can help promote a healthy gut? This week on The Goodness Lover Podcast we are excited to introduce Dr. Emeran Mayer - a medical doctor, a gastroenterologist, a leading research scientist in his field, and the best-selling author of The Mind-Gut Connection and The Gut-Immune Connection.
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Zinc deficiency is quite common due to inadequate dietary intake and high sugar or alcohol consumption, poor soil quality and increased physiological demands. Studies have shown that zinc is required for the activity of more than 300 enzymes in the body.1 In fact, zinc is the second most abundantly distributed trace element in the body after iron.2
Do you suffer from bloating, gas, diarrhoea or constipation? So often these symptoms are labelled as IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and you walk away from your appointment with your doctor with little understanding of what is actually causing your symptoms and what you can do to address them. Whilst IBS is more and more common these days, 70% of IBS cases are actually SIBO and a lot of these are frequently missed by health professionals due to the similarities in symptoms.
When it comes to digestive issues, the most common symptom people experience is bloating. In fact, bloating is a concern that is reported almost daily in any clinical practice and a symptom most people are familiar with. So many people think it’s normal to feel bloated most days. Some people put up with uncomfortable or even painful bloating for years as they think everyone feels that way. But bloating is not normal, it’s a sign that there is disharmony in your digestive tract that needs to be addressed.
If you truly want the youngest-looking skin possible, it’s crucial to remember this, whatever your age: Your skin can be likened to a billboard for your overall health. If you have naturally beautiful skin, you’re likely also in good health. More specifically, you likely have a strong immune system, which is key to your longevity. If you don’t, the opposite is also likely true: there’s a good chance that your immune system could use a boost. And if you truly want the youngest-looking skin possible (and a strong immune system, too), it’s also crucial to remember this: What you put in is what you get out.
Do you struggle losing weight or maintaining weight loss? Have you ever gone to see your doctor frustrated because you’ve been eating right and exercising profusely for them to only tell you that all you need is more willpower?
Do you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome where you often feel bloated and suffer from constipation and/or diarrhea? Do your symptoms worsen if you eat a lot of garlic or onions? Have you tried a probiotic and it made you feel worse? Then you may benefit from doing a low FODMAP diet. FODMAP is an acronym for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols.
Do you suffer from digestive symptoms such as cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas and diarrhea and/or constipation? You may have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, commonly referred to as IBS.
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