This was my flagship podcast. I was thrilled to have Dr. Paul Beaver of www.Fitgenes.com as my first guest who is the Chief Science Officer at Fitgenes, a functional genetics lab in Australia. It was a great first episode, and as expected there were a few hiccups along the way with some sound issues, […]
Podcast #1: Personalized gene profiles for optimal diet and health – with Dr. Paul Beaver, PhD of Fitgenes, creator of the Carbchoice AMY1 profile
This unique presentation covers 16 separate diets, including the latest methodology to determine your diet: Genetics. CarbChoice is a unique genetic test done out of Australia that determines your ‘Carb tolerance’. Learn more by watching the video. There is a special offer at the end of the video.
What is root an addiction? Is it genes? Is it habit? Is it one’s childhood? Is it a chemical imbalance? Is it bad luck? Is it a brain disease? Is it an access issue, where the vice is just too easy to access? Is it lack of willpower? This article covers the revolutionary new approach […]
So thrilled to be on Dr. Alan Christianson’s “Reset Me with Dr. C”, discussing video games and adrenal fatigue (yes, there is a connection, particularly for the 35+ female crowd that plays a lot of the casual games like candy crush, diner dash, etc.). Listen here, just 16 minutes, on iTunes.
Growing up, I simultaneously loved and hated the holidays. I loved the holidays because it gave me more time to play video games and I got games as holiday gifts. I hated the holidays because of family obligations (family meals, family outings, etc.) when all I wanted to do was game. I would be physically […]
I’m on the radio with Heather Morgan discussing video game addiction. New Zealand Time: Wed Nov 4th at 11am – (Tue, Nov 3rd at 2pm PST). Listen Live here at that time: http://ksvy.com/ksvy15/docs/miniplayerpopup.html If you need an easy and free timezone conversion tool: go to www.worldtimebuddy.com Here’s from Heather’s Facebook page: I’m SO excited to […]
There are multiple causes of adrenal fatigue, both chronic stressors and acute/extreme moments in time. The problem is that both types of stressors are additive. Usually what happens is that people have several chronic stressors for several years, then a major stressful event happens (fired from a job, sudden death in the family, car accident, […]
I grew up next to Heartbreak Hill, the famous last stretch of the Boston Marathon. I remember when I was about 6, I stood on the corner watching the marathon with my mother. I turned to her and said, “Mommy, why do they look sick?” She (a medical doctor) said, “No, they’re healthy, they are […]
It may not be dehydration, but your body’s self-defense mechanism to safe-guard your brain…
“Once you’ve questioned a stressful thought, you don’t have to let go of it. It lets go of you.” —Byron Katie The Work of Byron Katie is coming to Hamilton, NZ for a 2-day workshop from Friday evening (25th) to Sunday evening (27th) of September. The Work of Byron Katie is an invitation to question […]