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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.
Have you heard all of the hype behind plant-based diets? You may have heard that vegans struggle to obtain enough protein through a diet that only consumes plants. However, that is a myth that is now regularly being debunked by many health professionals.
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Have you been feeling low and unmotivated and are not sure of the reason why? Or perhaps you have been feeling anxious when you normally think of yourself as a pretty relaxed person?
Whilst it is absolutely essential to have some lifestyle strategies in place to help us cope with stress whether it is exercising, getting out in nature, meditation and yoga or journaling, there are also some amazing herbal remedies that can help increase our stress tolerance. These herbs are called adaptogens.
Veganism is perhaps one of the most controversial diets out there. For some, being vegan is the new black. It’s more than just a diet for them; it’s a lifestyle and they embrace It wholeheartedly. They say that going vegan is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact on the planet. Others however, say it is simply not sustainable and leads to deficiencies of many nutrients. Although many claim to be vegan, it is still a diet that is scorned and misunderstood by many.
Vegans are vegans for different reasons, whether it’s a choice based on health, personal preference, animal rights or because it’s environmentally more ethical. Whatever your reasons for going vegan, it is important to appropriately plan your diet.
Are you worried that your hair is falling out? Is your pony tail thinner or your parting wider? You could be suffering from alopecia. Losing hair is one of women’s worst nightmares and yet it might surprise you to know that hair loss, otherwise known as alopecia, can affect up to 49%1 of women at some stage in their life with 13% of women in their 30s being affected.
Thyroid diseases are more common than you may think and affect millions of people worldwide. However, many people have very little understanding of what the diagnosis even means. While you may be told that your thyroid function will gradually deteriorate and you’ll be on medication for life, we are fortunate there are some things naturally you can do. Natural medicine provides an arsenal of tools that can be used to support your thyroid function, reduce autoimmune antibody titres, alleviate your symptoms and ensure you feel empowered and in charge of your health. It’s all about educating yourself and taking ownership of your health.
Candida is a term used to refer to an overgrowth of yeast in the body. Having the presence of candida in our system is not necessarily a bad thing, however, having too much can cause digestive upset, bloating, fatigue and poor immunity. This is known as candidiasis and can affect areas such as the gut, genitals, skin, throat and mouth. There are more than 20 different types of candida that can cause an infection, but the most common is candida albicans, or C. albicans. Some less common forms of candida which are becoming more prevalent include Candida glabrata and Candida rugosa.
Are you sick and tired of your skin breaking out? Do you feel like you’ve tried every lotion and over-the-counter acne treatment there is under the sun with no success? And just when you think your skin is clearing up, another seems to sprout elsewhere!