In this episode we talk to Bryan Thomas, a Zhealth practitioner and neurology performance consultant, about what you didn't know about the ketogenic diet. How the diet originated, the people it's best for and why it may not be right for everyone.
Are most health trends applicable to your life? How do you go about finding out which trends are right for you or not. It's really confusing to the average person who just wants to get fit and healthy.
We must consider where these from where these health trends originate. Which context they've been taken out of and the implications this has on our health. Plus, in order to understand if this is something that would work for you, it's crucial to know the origin and environment of which it was taken.
Your immune system works really well when you're able to provide your body with the right fuel. In this episode we talk about the your two lines of defense, the innate immunity and adaptive immunity. How they work together and how you can support your innate immune system by simply using the right nutrition strategies and proper sanitation.
Maja and I talk about skin care and how your skin is your first line of defense when it comes to your immunity. How you can take care of your skin by not overloading it with heavy toxins and giving it the nourishment it needs to do the job it was designed to do.
In this episode we speak with Kyle Mamounis who shares how his own series personal dietary experimentations and how living in the extremes created his passion in the studies of nutrition.
We discuss the history of mainstream misconceptions in estrogen therapy, evolutionary cycle for why we need estrogen, his study in rapid estrogen signaling and how estrogen receptors binding to cells affects cellular dysfunction.
We talk about the similarities in how endotoxins and estrogen both proliferate the cell by causing a increase of calcium accumulation and excess of bulk water leading to cancer growth and how muscle contraction is a positive sign for a slow metabolism and hypothyroid symptoms.
Catherine Luciano has been a personal trainer, manager and athletic director in the fitness industry or close to two decades. She talks about her inspiring journey to health and hormonal balance after receiving a kidney from her brother. She says that just using real food nutrition has had the greatest impact on her life. What happens when we go through an intensely stressful situation and try to get our hormones back in balance? Catherine talks about her experience with this after her kidney transplant. She describes what worked for her and what didn't work and her process in this discovery.