Dr. Will Bulsiewicz is one of the leading gut health experts in the country and the creator of the popular HappyGutMD Instagram account. He is a board-certified gastroenterologist with an integrative approach and a passion for gut health. He advocates for consuming more plants, prebiotics over probiotics, and do-it-yourself fermentation.
Did you know that colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in America? (Number one is lung cancer.) Dr. B. has seen some severe cases of colon cancer, often times among people younger than 50, and it is always heart breaking. On the show, Dr. B discusses why you should seriously consider a plant-based diet, why acid reflux is on the rise, the dangers of taking too many antibiotics, and why you should get a colonoscopy.
Ellen Jaffe Jones is an inspiring motivational speaker, personal trainer, running coach, author, and instructor of healthy cooking classes, As a former investigative reporter and anchor for 18 years in major market TV news, Ellen won two Emmys and the National Press Club award. She became known as the “Earth Mother in a Suit” when she left TV and became a successful Wall Street financial consultant for five years.
Today we’re talking with Dr. John Douillard about a surprisingly controversial topic: wheat. Dr. Douillard is the author of a great book titled Eat Wheat, so you can see where this is going. I was so excited to interview him because he believes something that I have observed in my own life and practice, that is that eliminating wheat from someone’s diet can be beneficial, but that you must heal the gut and be able to add it back in eventually.
Carl Honoré, is an award-winning writer, broadcaster, TED speaker and the global spokesman for the Slow Movement. Carl travels the world to teach individuals and organizations how to power forward by slowing down, and whether running a small workshop or speaking to thousands from the stage, Carl is dynamic, inspiring, insightful and funny.
Today we are talking with Michael Antoniou, PhD, a reader in molecular genetics and the head of the Gene Expression and Therapy Group at King’s College London School of Medicine in London, UK. He has 28 years of experience in the use of genetic engineering technology, investigating gene organization and control, with over 40 peer reviewed publications of original work, and holds inventor status on a number of gene expression biotechnology patents.
Today we are talking with Laura-Jane, The Rawtarian. Laura-Jane is a leading creator of simple, satisfying raw vegan recipes. She is the author of Cook Lively, the host of The Raw Food Podcast and a featured speaker at BlogHer Food in Miami, FL and the Canadian Food Bloggers conference in Vancouver, BC. Her recipes and photography have been featured in The Huffington Post, The National Post and Vegan Life magazine. She lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She shares 100+ free simple, satiating raw food recipes at www.therawtarian.com.
Have you ever considered the importance of working out your mind, just like you do your body? Do you realize that the thoughts you continually think will become your core belief system, and ultimately control your mind and health? Today we are talking with a mind expert, Lee Lovett, about mind exercises to help you take control of your future.
Chronic pain is a horrible thing. After suffering from debilitating migraines for more than forty years, I can sympathize with people that say they have considered suicide because of their chronic pain. Chronic pain is the reason why many people become dependent on drugs, and why opioid addiction is such a problem in our country, even for kids and teenagers. If you suffer from any kind of pain, I can’t wait for you to meet today’s guest, Dr. David Hanscom.