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SDR 107: Your Questions Answered – Part 3

SDR 107: Your Questions Answered – Part 3

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This is the third and final episode of my 3-part series answering client questions about diet and digestion. Today I cover what you need to keep in mind about protein consumption, what kinds of eggs we should make sure to look for, and more.

Listen in as I share how much protein I recommend you eat each day, as well as the best sources of this crucial nutrient. I also give you my thoughts on pasteurized milk, cannabis oil, and scleroderma.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How much protein you need each day
  • My favorite sources of protein.
  • The importance of eating pastured eggs.
  • How many eggs you can consume a day.
  • My thoughts on cannabis oil.
  • The importance of smart digestion.
  • Why scleroderma happens.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

We want hens that are free to roam around, eat grass, eat dirt, eat insects. That’s going to make them happy and healthier, and they are going to produce healthier eggs.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet I am a fan of people consuming CBD oil in some way to give pain relief.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet There is a reason that your body stresses that way, and I am certain that some of it has come from the gut and the immunity as well.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 106: Your Questions Answered – Part 2

SDR 106: Your Questions Answered – Part 2

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This is part two of a three-part series where I’m answering your questions on all things fooddigestion, and health. In this episodeI give you my thoughts on sugar substitutes, clarify what I mean when I say certain foods are to be eaten “in moderation,” and more.

Listen in as I share additional questions from the never-before-released coaching session with some of my clients and provide examples of healthy proteins and what types of foods to avoid. You’ll also learn how to use castor oil to ease joint pain, my tips for people with heartburn and acid reflux, and what we should all aim to include in our diets. 

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why I prefer Xylitol over Stevia.
  • How to use castor oil for joint pain.
  • Why you should listen to your body.
  • The five belly busters to avoid.
  • Why I have chosen to focus on patients with colitis and Crohn’s symptoms.
  • What “in moderation” means.
  • Why fruit is essential to a healthy diet.
  • The best protein to consume.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

If it’s going to help me save 5 million lives from the broken medical model, then I am open to that.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet If you were just to have pork twice a year, that’s good. Try to avoid that all together.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet The phrase “you are what you eat” is false. Better said, “you are what you digest”.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 105: Your Questions Answered – Part 1

SDR 105: Your Questions Answered – Part 1

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This is the first of a 3-part series of a never-before-released Q&A I did with some private coaching clients, where I talk to patients and answer questions about the gut, digestion, and more. In this episode, I explain how to restore energy back to the body and clear out various gut and health issues through diet changes, enzymes, and other natural remedies.

Listen in as I break down how to nourish your body back to health. I touch on topics like dementia and hives, as well as leaky gut issues and which products are best for various health problems.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How nutrition can affect dementia.
  • The connection between leaky gut and the liver.
  • Issues with common drugs.
  • The benefits of fasting.
  • What to do after getting hives.
  • Whether you can take digestive enzymes and vitamins at the same time.
  • The difference between healing and digestive enzymes.
  • How to treat gas, bloating, nausea, joint pain, and more.
  • The benefits of infrared saunas and earthing.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

When we heat our food, we are removing enzymes from our food, so we need to add them back. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet The whole gut, digestive system, immune system—it’s all going to be in food because we are nourishing our bodies back to health with the right diet. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet When we eat a diet in America, we’re eating foods that are devoid of enzymes, because we are eating foods that are cooked, baked, pasteurized, canned, microwaved—all that stuff. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 104: Nutrients Revisited

SDR 104: Nutrients Revisited

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You may have heard how important nutrients like fats, carbs, and proteins are to your health, but do you know the crucial role each plays in your body? Even more importantly, can you recognize the warning signs of nutrient deficiencies? Today I’m sharing all that and more.

Listen in to learn what your body needs and why, as well as which nutrient is “king” when it comes to our health. You’ll also hear which common symptoms could indicate a lack of vital nutrients and tips for ensuring your body is digesting enough of what it needs to maintain optimum health.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • What we need to focus on in order to gauge health.
  • The greatest problem we have in our society.
  • Which nutrient is the only one that gives us energy, aids in growth and repair, and helps with homeostasis in the body.
  • Why eating the appropriate amount of nutrients sometimes isn’t enough.
  • How the medical model fails us.
  • Why we need to add enzymes back into our diet.
  • The sweet spot for cooking foods to keep the enzymes alive.
  • Common symptoms related to nutrient deficiencies.
  • One of the fastest and easiest ways to improve your digestion.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

The phrase ‘you are what you eat’ is false. You are what you digest. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Throwing these prescription medications at you is never going to nourish your body because prescription medications are not food. -@thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Food is the real medicine, but if we’re not digesting these foods … this is going to lead to energy deficiency. -@thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 103: Sugar, BCPs and more

SDR 103: Sugar, BCPs and more

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Today’s podcast is a mish-mash of a bunch of things, from how sugar plays into bone loss and diarrhea to why birth control pills (BCPs) are so harmful to pre-teens and teenagers. There is tons of misinformation out there about both sugar and BCPs, so today I’m breaking it all down for you.

Listen in as I explain the importance of eating fruit and good sugars, as well as the kinds of issues certain sugars cause in our bodies. I also discuss unexpected and unwanted problems with birth control pills and things you can do to avoid harsh periods without dangerous drugs. It’s really important to understand more about how these things affect your body’s homeostasis, so don’t miss this episode!

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • What sugar is necessary.
  • The sugar you should be careful with.
  • Which macros of fat, carbs, and protein to aim for.
  • How nausea is linked to too much sugar intake.
  • The importance of phosphorus in the body and the balance we need.
  • How sugar is linked to diarrhea and bone loss.
  • Why it’s a bad idea to give birth control pills to young teenagers.
  • Examples of issues caused by BCPs.
  • The link between BCPs and ovarian cysts, fibroids, and cancers.
  • What you can do to address hormone issues and severe cramping.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

When you eat too much refined sugar, like sweets and pastries, you’re going to pull potassium out of the cells and water out of the cells.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Homeostasis is key—we are always trying to achieve that. Our body, our inner doctor, is naturally, every split second (even quicker than that), measuring and checking.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet If you want your daughters to nearly have a surefire problem with ovarian cysts, fibroids, even cancers—put your child on birth control pills in their pre-teen and teenage years.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 102: How Osteoporosis Is Linked To Digestion

SDR 102: How Osteoporosis Is Linked To Digestion

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Today’s episode is from a live talk I did on how osteoporosis and osteopenia are directly linked to your diet. There are a lot of false ideas floating around out there about calcium, and I will clarify how to get your body to actually get and use the calcium it needs.

Listen in as I break down each of the macros—carbs, fats, and proteins—so you can better understand their role and how they are linked to bone issues. You’ll learn why medical doctors and prescription drugs won’t lead to good bone health, as well as the truth about what it takes to keep your bones strong and healthy.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How osteoporosis and osteopenia are connected to your digestion.
  • How carbs work in your system and how sugar causes calcium loss.
  • Why the drugs prescribed for osteoporosis do not work.
  • How fats or lipids can lead to calcium loss.
  • What emulsified fats are.
  • Why people who have had their gallbladder removed are at higher risk for osteoporosis.
  • How protein relates to osteoporosis.
  • Why you don’t get good bone health from dairy products.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Undigested fat—calcium will stick to it, so your body will excrete it out of your body because that fat hasn’t properly been emulsified or broken down.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Just because you think you’re eating a lot of protein doesn’t mean you actually are.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet If you aren’t properly digesting fats, carbs, and proteins, that is going to affect the utilization of calcium in your body.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 101: Constipation, Stress, Homeostasis

SDR 101: Constipation, Stress, Homeostasis

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When someone is ill, instead of just treating their symptoms, we need to be searching for the root of the stress that is causing issues. Today I will be explaining how stress can affect your body and the three categories of stress that you may not realize are affecting your digestive system.

Listen in as I share what’s really behind digestive symptoms, as well as several herbs you can add to your diet to help. You’ll learn what’s really causing problems and discover what you can do today to start healing your gut naturally.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How frequently you should be having bowel movements.
  • What doctors should be looking for when helping you.
  • How many carbs a day you should be eating.
  • The three categories of stress.
  • How to receive a special bundle deal from me.
  • What happens when you eat a lot of sugar.
  • How to gain energy.
  • Herbs that you can add to your diet to help with digestion.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

I want to empower you to tap into the body's inner wisdom.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet If you are not having a good bowel moment 1-3 times a day—every day, routinely—you are constipated.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet When you are under stress, digestive secretions decrease.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 100: Dandelion, Gentian, and Ginger

SDR 100: Dandelion, Gentian, and Ginger

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In honor of my 100th episode, I have a great deal to offer for the first 25 people to order. There are a whole lot of goodies involved, but the main star of the show is my product Smart Move. Today I’m going to take you on a tour of the ingredients I use to formulate this powerful product and explain why I use each of them in the mix.

From healing properties to stimulation and important nutrients, you will learn why dandelion, gentian, and ginger are so useful to your digestion. After I break down the uses and properties of these awesome powerhouse foods, you will have no doubt why they are in my formula. I will also share a less common way to remove waste that does not involve bowel movements or urination.

  • What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
  • The special deal I have for the first 25 people to order.
  • Why dandelion is such a powerful healer.
  • The various beneficial properties of ginger.
  • What borage oil is and what it does.
  • The many functions of gentian.
  • Another way to remove waste.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Virtually any herbalist or anybody who knows anything about botany—they love dandelion. It’s not a weed at all; it’s such a plentiful healer.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Dandelion greens have more beta carotene than carrots.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet We need to think more than just having a bowel movement or urinating to lose waste. Sweating or perspiring is a beautiful way to remove waste.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 99: Predigestion

SDR 99: Predigestion

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How is food broken down before it even touches your stomach acid? Today I am going to be talking about this process—something I like to call predigestion—and explaining the importance of chewing your food and more.

Listen in as I share the two main components to what digestion really is, as well as how to begin digestion properly. Breaking down food and turning it into your cells, tissues, and organs is an incredibly exhausting process, so I discuss how you can make it much easier for your body.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • What I call predigestion.
  • A common misconception about stomach acid.
  • How hydrochloric acid is developed.
  • Why it’s important to chew your food.
  • Why we are seeing H.Pylori more often now.
  • How to activate salivary amylase.
  • The science of food.
  • How to get some free goodies.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

The science of food is what nutrition is.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet All drugs have side effects simply because they are designed to block normal body functions.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Chew your food, guys. Your stomach does not have teeth.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 98: Top 10 Benefits of Rose Hips

SDR 98: Top 10 Benefits of Rose Hips

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Are you looking for a natural way to boost your immunity and collagen? Have you heard words such as polyphenols or flavonoids but aren’t quite sure what they mean? If so, search no further. Today I address these questions as I list the top 10 benefits of rose hips.

Rose hips, also known as rosa canina, are known to fight infections and manage stress, but they are also amazing for the absorption of vitamin C and have collagen stabilizing effects. And that’s not all! Listen in as I explain why rose hips are one of my favorite herbs and how they can help you and boost your health.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why rose hips are one of my favorite herbs.
  • What vitamins are in rose hips.
  • How bioflavonoids are beneficial to the body.
  • Why proper kidney function is essential for good health.
  • What they used rose hips to prevent during World War 2.
  • The importance of polyphenols.
  • Why vitamin C is important.
  • Examples of flavonoids.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

One of the benefits of rose hips is that they increase white blood cell counts.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet They used rose hips in World War 2 to prevent scurvy.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Rose hips pack a wallop of vitamin C.- @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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