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    422. Beyond the Anecdote: Keto and Carnivore Saves | Dr. Chris Palmer

    422. Beyond the Anecdote: Keto and Carnivore Saves | Dr. Chris Palmer

    Dr. Jordan B. Peterson speaks with author, researcher, and psychiatrist Chris Palmer. They discuss how metabolic and mental disorders might be linked, depression's purpose as a biological corrective measure, how metabolism might directly tie to mental disorders, the use of fasting for medical and spiritual breakthroughs, and the research showing we have vastly undervalued the mitochondria when it comes to mental wellness.

     

    Chris Palmer, MD is a medical doctor and psychiatric researcher working in the areas of addiction and sleep. He is also the author of 2022’s “Brain Energy,” in which he argues that mental disorders are metabolic disorders of the brain.

     

     

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    Brain Energy: A Revolutionary Breakthrough in Understanding Mental Health--and Improving Treatment for Anxiety, Depression, OCD, PTSD, and More (Book) https://www.amazon.com/Brain-Energy-Revolutionary-Understanding-Health/dp/1637741588/ref=asc_df_1637741588/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=680422841264&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2059281934683270123&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9013190&hvtargid=pla-1665213950074&psc=1&mcid=e623ac2681463a208fc7ee1a7cb17d1a 

    Good Strategy, Bad Strategy | Richard Rumelt

    Good Strategy, Bad Strategy | Richard Rumelt

    Richard Rumelt is a legend in the world of strategy. He’s the author of Good Strategy/Bad Strategy and The Crux: How Leaders Become Strategists, both of which are often recommended by guests on this podcast. From his early days teaching in Iran at a Harvard-sponsored business school to teaching at Harvard Business School itself to over four decades teaching at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, Richard’s impact resonates globally. His strategic insights are sought after by major corporations including Microsoft, Shell, Apple, AT&T, Intel, and Commonwealth Bank and by governmental organizations such as the U.S. Army Special Operations Command. In this episode, we discuss:

    • The essential components of a good strategy

    • The importance of coherence in strategy

    • Common pitfalls that create a bad strategy

    • How “power” plays into strategy, and common sources of power

    • The value of knowing history when developing effective strategies

    • Why a strategy should simply be called an “action agenda”

    • The need for one decider in an organization

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    • Email: richard@generalimagination.com

    • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-rumelt-18520828/

    • Website: https://thecruxbook.com/

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    In this episode, we cover:

    (00:00) Richard’s background

    (04:29) What is a strategy?

    (06:23) The essential components of a good strategy (the “kernel”)

    (15:04) An example of good strategy

    (16:55) Bad strategy

    (25:17) The importance of focus and power

    (28:19) Identifying and utilizing power

    (34:38) Types of power

    (41:13) Implementing power

    (48:15) The importance of historical knowledge

    (55:23) How to write an action agenda

    (01:02:47) The crux

    (01:10:40) Challenges to executing a strategy

    (01:15:44) The need for a decider

    (01:20:39) Strategy for startups

    (01:26:04) Richard’s “value denials” exercise

    (01:31:01) Closing thoughts

    (01:33:57) Lightning round

    Referenced:

    • China’s Xi says ‘reunification’ with Taiwan is inevitable: https://www.cnbc.com/2023/12/31/chinas-xi-says-reunification-with-taiwan-is-inevitable.html

    The Crux: How Leaders Become Strategists: https://www.amazon.com/Crux-How-Leaders-Become-Strategists/dp/1541701240

    Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters: https://www.amazon.com/Good-Strategy-Bad-Difference-Matters/dp/0307886239

    Fundamental Issues in Strategy: A Research Agenda: https://www.amazon.com/Fundamental-Issues-Strategy-Research-Agenda/dp/0875843433/

    Strategy, Structure, and Economic Performance: https://www.amazon.com/Strategy-Structure-Economic-Performance-Richard/dp/0875841090

    • There’s more than the CIA and FBI: The 17 agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community: https://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-17-intelligence-agencies-20170112-story.html

    • Programme for International Student Assessment: https://www.oecd.org/pisa/

    • Gerstner: Changing Culture at IBM—Lou Gerstner Discusses Changing the Culture at IBM: https://hbswk.hbs.edu/archive/gerstner-changing-culture-at-ibm-lou-gerstner-discusses-changing-the-culture-at-ibm

    • Marvin Lieberman on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marvin-lieberman-2a6b72/

    • S&P 500: https://www.spglobal.com/spdji/en/indices/equity/sp-500/#overview

    • Battle of Tora Bora: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Tora_Bora

    • Milton Friedman: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milton_Friedman

    • The Louvre: https://www.louvre.fr/en

    • How does SpaceX build its Falcon 9 reusable rocket?: https://www.sciencefocus.com/space/how-does-spacex-build-its-falcon-9-reusable-rocket

    • Charles Darwin: History’s most famous biologist: https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/charles-darwin-most-famous-biologist.html

    • Donald Rumsfeld: https://www.defense.gov/About/Biographies/Biography/Article/602800/

    • Bush: The Decider-in-Chief: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bush-the-decider-in-chief/

    • Woodrow Wilson: https://www.whitehouse.gov/about-the-white-house/presidents/woodrow-wilson/

    • How the Sinking of Lusitania Changed World War I: https://www.history.com/news/how-the-sinking-of-lusitania-changed-wwi

    • Nokia: https://www.nokia.com/

    • The Rise and Fall of Nokia: https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/item.aspx?num=46041

    • Salesforce: https://www.salesforce.com/

    • These New Windows Let the Summer Breeze In, But Block the Street Noise: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/these-new-windows-let-the-summer-breeze-in-but-block-the-street-noise-7906121/

    • Stop it! (Bob Newhart): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvujypVVBAY

    The Innovator’s Dilemma: The Revolutionary Book That Will Change the Way You Do Business: https://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Dilemma-Revolutionary-Change-Business/dp/0062060244

    Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works: https://www.amazon.com/Playing-Win-Strategy-Really-Works/dp/142218739X

    Steve Jobs: https://www.amazon.com/Steve-Jobs-Walter-Isaacson/dp/1982176865

    Only the Paranoid Survive: How to Exploit the Crisis Points That Challenge Every Company: https://www.amazon.com/Only-Paranoid-Survive-Exploit-Challenge/dp/0385483821

    Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr.: https://www.amazon.com/Titan-Life-John-Rockefeller-Sr/dp/1400077303/

    Yellowstone on Paramount+: https://www.paramountnetwork.com/shows/yellowstone

    • Smart telescopes: https://milehighastro.com/collections/smart-telescopes

    • Cassandra Clare: https://cassandraclare.com/

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    Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Functional Medicine Deep Dive: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

    Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Functional Medicine Deep Dive: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

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    Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Ask A Doctor: Sleep Apnea, Covid-19 Vaccine, And More

    Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Ask A Doctor: Sleep Apnea, Covid-19 Vaccine, And More

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    Dr. Karen Parker: The Causes & Treatments for Autism

    Dr. Karen Parker: The Causes & Treatments for Autism
    In this episode, my guest is Dr. Karen Parker, Ph.D., professor of psychiatry and director of the Social Neurosciences Research Program at Stanford University School of Medicine. We discuss the biology of social connections and bonding in babies, children and adults. Dr. Parker explains our current understanding of autism and autism spectrum disorders: what they are, why the incidence of autism has increased so dramatically in recent years and both the current and emerging treatments for autism. We also discuss the condition formerly called “Asperger’s.” This episode ought to be highly relevant for anyone interested in child and human development, how social bonds form, and to those curious about autism and other spectrum conditions. For show notes, including referenced articles and additional resources, please visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1: https://drinkag1.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman AeroPress: https://aeropress.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Momentous: https://livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Karen Parker (00:01:30) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, LMNT & AeroPress (00:06:25) Autism, Frequency, Diagnosis (00:10:41) Early Interventions; Heritability & Autistic Traits (00:13:00) Autistic Spectrums; Studying Autism (00:21:29) Environment, Risk Factors & In Utero Development (00:29:55) Sponsor: AG1 (00:31:26) Oxytocin, Vasopressin, Social Behavior & Parent-Child Bonding (00:43:240 Oxytocin in Humans; Social Features of Autism, Intranasal Oxytocin (00:54:14) Sponsor: InsideTracker (00:55:16) Oxytocin & Autism; Benefit & Risks (01:06:30) Neuroplasticity & Autism; Early Intervention; Challenges of Early Diagnosis (01:14:30) MDMA & Autism (01:17:05) Vasopressin, Social Interaction; Voles & Parenthood (01:27:07) Human Social Connection, Oxytocin Levels & Autism (01:33:45) Primate Model of Social Impairment (01:42:47) Preclinical Animal Models, Mouse & Primates (01:47:11) Primates, Biomarkers & Social Connection; Vasopressin (01:52:20) Vasopressin Levels & Autism, Children & In Utero (02:03:06) Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) & Vasopressin; Urination; Alternative Therapies (02:10:32) Intranasal Vasopressin, Children, Autism & Social Responsiveness (02:19:15) Vasopressin & Social Connection, Mechanism & Future Studies (02:26:35) Gut Microbiome & Vasopressin; Scientific Funding (02:34:52) Vasopressin Pathways, Social Behavior, Autism (02:43:00) Vaccine Theory & Autism; Immunology (02:54:06) Zero-Cost Support, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, YouTube Feedback, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Disclaimer

    148. Understanding ADHD in our 20s ft. Ellie Middelton

    148.  Understanding ADHD in our 20s ft. Ellie Middelton

    In 2021, Ellie Middelton received a diagnosis of ADHD and autism at the age of 23. It was one of the best things that happened to her. Today, she joins us to discuss why neurodivergence is typically overlooked in women, the misconceptions we have about ADHD and autism, unmasking and how to navigate a diagnosis later in life. She also discusses how to manage neurodivergence in our 20s, why self diagnosis is valid, and why the path people want you to take, may not always be the one for you. Listen now! 

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    #264 ‒ Hip, knee, ankle, and foot: common injuries, prevention, and treatment options

    #264 ‒ Hip, knee, ankle, and foot: common injuries, prevention, and treatment options

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    Adam Cohen is an orthopedic surgeon with expertise in sports medicine. In this episode, Adam breaks down the anatomy of the lower extremities: the hip, knee, ankle, and foot. He explains in detail the common injuries, sources of pain, and what leads to the development of arthritis. He lays out the non-surgical and surgical treatment options as well as the factors that determine whether surgery is appropriate. The discussion includes various procedures like hip replacement, knee replacement, ACL reconstruction, repair of meniscus tears, and more. Additionally, Adam sheds light on the utility of biological therapies like stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and how they compare to more traditional approaches.

    We discuss:

    • Anatomy of the hip, hip dysplasia in infants, and the development of arthritis [3:00];
    • Diagnosing hip pain in people under 50, stress fractures in the femoral neck, and more [11:15];
    • Common hip injuries, gender differences, and problems that occur when the hip isn’t formed normally [19:30];
    • Advancements in hip replacement surgery [25:15];
    • Common hip problems in people over age 60 [27:30];
    • The importance of muscular strength around the hips for injury prevention [30:30];
    • Hip fractures due to osteopenia and osteoporosis [36:00];
    • The utility of biological therapies like stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) [40:30];
    • Cortisone as a treatment to delay the need for surgical intervention [53:30];
    • Anatomy of the knee [56:30];
    • Are activities like running that amplify forces bad for the knee? [59:45];
    • Risk of future knee issues and arthritis following an ACL tear or other substantial knee injury [1:04:30];
    • How the ACL injury happens and how it is repaired [1:08:30];
    • Arthritis of the knee [1:19:00];
    • Meniscus tears: how they happen and when surgery is appropriate [1:21:30];
    • Total knee replacement: when it’s appropriate and how the recovery process compares to hip replacement [1:30:30];
    • Learning from elite athletes, heart rate recovery, V02 max, and other metrics [1:58:45];
    • Surgical vs. non-surgical approaches to various knee injuries [1:40:45];
    • Achilles tendon: tendinitis, rupture of the Achilles tendon, and prevention strategies [1:44:15];
    • Anatomy of the ankle and foot [1:49:00];
    • Common injuries to the ankle and foot [1:51:15];
    • Tips for finding a good orthopedic surgeon [2:01:45]; and
    • More.

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    #263 ‒ Concussions and head trauma: symptoms, treatment, and recovery | Micky Collins, Ph.D.

    #263 ‒ Concussions and head trauma: symptoms, treatment, and recovery | Micky Collins, Ph.D.

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    Michael “Micky” Collins is an internationally renowned expert in sports-related concussions and a consultant for multiple professional sports organizations. In this episode, Mickey first explains the definition and diagnosis of a concussion, as well as the diverse signs and symptoms associated with different types of concussions. He discusses the risk factors that contribute to increased susceptibility and/or severity of concussions in certain individuals, emphasizes the significance of prompt treatment, and uses case studies to illustrate the latest in treatment protocols and recovery process. Additionally, Mickey provides insight into the evolving field of concussion treatments, including the exploration of hyperbaric oxygen and synthetic ketones. He gives advice to parents of kids who play sports and discusses the promising prospects in the realm of concussion management.

    We discuss:

    • Micky’s interest in concussion and how he started the first concussion clinic [3:15];
    • Concussion: definition, pathophysiology, and risk factors making someone more susceptible [9:45];
    • Symptoms of concussion, predictors of severity, and the importance of early and effective treatment [20:00];
    • The six types of concussion, the effectiveness of treatment, and factors that impact recovery [25:45];
    • The importance of seeing a specialist and the prognosis for recovery [30:00];
    • Case study of a racecar driver who suffered a vestibular concussion [32:15];
    • Why vestibular concussions are particularly problematic [42:45];
    • A treatment plan for the racecar driver, possible use of medications, and how to address the root cause [45:45];
    • Exploring alternative treatments: hyperbaric oxygen, synthetic ketones, and more [52:00];
    • The natural history of a concussion if untreated and the effect, if any, of concussion on subsequent risk of brain disease [57:15];
    • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) [1:01:45];
    • Advice for parents of kids who play sports: when and where to seek treatment for a possible concussion [1:04:45];
    • Is there any evidence that the APOE4 genotype increases susceptibility to concussion or TBI? [1:10:15];
    • The increased risk of concussions in older adults and a case study of a 90-year-old patient who suffered a head injury in a fall [1:11:15];
    • Funding for concussion research and fellowship programs to train concussion specialists [1:15:30]; and
    • More.

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    #675: Eric Cressey, Cressey Sports Performance — Tactical Deep Dive on Back Pain, Movement Diagnosis, Training Principles, Developing Mobility, Building Power, Fascial Manipulation, and Rules for Athletes

    #675: Eric Cressey, Cressey Sports Performance — Tactical Deep Dive on Back Pain, Movement Diagnosis, Training Principles, Developing Mobility, Building Power, Fascial Manipulation, and Rules for Athletes

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    Eric Cressey (@EricCressey), MA, CSCS, is president and co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, with facilities in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, and Hudson, Massachusetts. He has worked with clients from youth sports to the professional and Olympic ranks but is best known for his extensive work with baseball players; more than 100 professional players train at CSP each offseason. He also serves as Director of Player Health and Performance for the New York Yankees.

    Eric double-majored in exercise science and sports and fitness management at the University of New England and then received his master’s degree in kinesiology with a concentration in exercise science at the University of Connecticut. He has published books and video resources that have been sold in more than 60 countries. He regularly lectures both nationally and internationally, and his research has been published in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. He serves as a consultant to New Balance, Proteus Motion, and Athletic Greens.

    Eric has a free blog and a free newsletter on his website, EricCressey.com, and has a podcast at EliteBaseballPodcast.com.

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    [06:08] The email responsible for this conversation.

    [09:19] Why pinpointing the cause of lower back pain can be so challenging.

    [20:22] Initial diagnosis through movement.

    [22:59] How seemingly unrelated meds can exacerbate pain.

    [24:38] Posture considerations.

    [26:55] Addressing and correcting suboptimal patterns of movement.

    [28:55] Resources for understanding movement screens.

    [30:00] Ingredients that make up a lower back pain cocktail.

    [34:42] Even with the greatest care, wear and tear over time is normal.

    [40:19] Improving thoracic mobility.

    [43:56] Conquering Quasimodo.

    [45:14] Defusing deskbound damage.

    [48:25] Practical exercises.

    [53:37] Shocking controversies surrounding fascial manipulation.

    [1:02:18] Role of the glutes.

    [1:04:02] Strengthening the posterior chain.

    [1:06:06] Power and strength vs. aging.

    [1:08:57] Recommended reading.

    [1:12:21] Medical diagnosis vs. movement diagnosis.

    [1:24:53] How to ask the right questions when seeking treatment.

    [1:34:00] Overrated exercises?

    [1:35:39] What a movement diagnosis will look like for me.

    [1:36:23] Infrasternal angle.

    [1:39:06] Age and injury predisposition.

    [1:41:58] “Get long, get strong, train hard.”

    [1:45:34] The downstream effects of orthopedic interventions.

    [1:48:21] Creating bulletproof athletes.

    [1:52:42] Worst advice given often.

    [1:55:29] What has Eric recently changed his mind about?

    [2:00:06] Important upstream variables.

    [2:02:38] Good stiffness. (Oh, behave!)

    [2:04:49] Vetting reliable sources of information.

    [2:11:39] How Brijesh Patel changed Eric’s career perspective and other parting thoughts.

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    #159 Dr. Anna Lembke: Between Pleasure and Pain

    #159 Dr. Anna Lembke: Between Pleasure and Pain
    Are you scrolling on your phone constantly? How badly do you crave that morning cup of coffee? Are you compulsively gambling, drinking, shopping, or even reading romance novels just to fall asleep? The potential for addiction is everywhere in our society, and on this episode of The Knowledge Project psychiatrist and author Dr. Anna Lembke discusses dopamine, addictive behaviors, warning signs and treatment for addiction, and how our brains handle all that pleasure and pain in life.
     
    Dr. Lembke is professor of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine and chief of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic. She appeared in the 2020 Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma to discuss the addictive nature of social media, and she is the author of the 2021 New York Times bestseller Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence, which explores how to moderate compulsive overconsumption in a dopamine-overloaded world.

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    S4-E5.6 - From the VAULT: Patient Follow-Up Challenges in Modeling NASH Diagnostics

    S4-E5.6 - From the VAULT: Patient Follow-Up Challenges in Modeling NASH Diagnostics

    One of the most important challenges facing Fatty Liver stakeholders involves improving early diagnosis for patients with clinically relevant or advanced fibrosis (F2/3). Today, a significant percentage of patients learn they are living with cirrhosis in the Emergency Department during a decompensating event. Four in ten of these patients in the UK do not leave the hospital. In this episode From the Vault,  panelists review a model that Ian Rowe and Richard Parker developed to determine the most cost-effective strategy for F2/3 diagnosis.

    As this conversation starts, Louise Campbell notes that John Dillon reported in Barcelona that slightly over half of patients identified as having Fatty Liver via iLFT never returned for their appointments. Ian Rowe points out that this will reduce the costs in the model due to missed diagnoses but questions whether this cost reduction is truly beneficial since missed patient visits translate into non-treatment. More important, he reminds us that iLFT is under constant improvement so that data collected earlier in its lifecycle might not accurately reflect its costs and benefits today.

    Upon Roger Green’s invitation for other questions Louise Campbell asks whether “we” (presumably the UK NHS) should do a better job supporting positive diet and exercise activity for healthcare professionals inside the system. On a more serious note, this leads Ian and Louise to focus on the policy issues that can support patients better (particularly those in the workforce). Ian points out that alcohol is issue #1 for many of these patients. He and Louise go on to point out the importance of public policy around things like soda and sweet food advertising in shifting consumers’ focus or craving for bad foods. Roger suggests that this is a two-element issue: stopping advertising for soda and sweets will reduce disease over time but we also need to treat patients who already have developed disease. As he puts it, policy can “put your foot on the hose,” but even if we stop the in-flow of new Fatty Liver and metabolic patients, we still have “the patients in the hose” and they will need therapy.

    As a final thought before wrap-up, Ian shares his belief (which Louise also holds) that VCTE might be more effective in causing changes in patient behavior than blood tests, even if they point up the exact same patient need. The difference: feedback from VCTE comes in real-time where patients get face-to-face feedback and respond, whereas bloodwork results comeback to the patient several days later and delivered impersonally.

    From here, the group moves to the wrap-up question, which addresses research we should be doing and action steps/changes in behavior we should be promoting.

    Episode 302: Wait, you had to wait how long?

    Episode 302: Wait, you had to wait how long?
    This week our guests speak with us about their path to diagnosis. We also discuss some of the challenges that can come up along the way. Reference articles discussed during the episode: https://www.improvediagnosis.org/dxiq-column/why-the-color-of-your-skin-can-affect-the-quality-of-your-diagnosis/ https://www.today.com/health/dismissed-health-risk-being-woman-t153804 Music by https://www.purple-planet.com/ Special Guests: Amy Artuso, MPH, CPST-I, Lauren Huffmaster, and Malu Punohu.

    PCOS and the Insulin Effect

    PCOS and the Insulin Effect

    Medical research has shown that Insulin resistance is a primary factor for over 70% of women with PCOS and yet most women I work with and talk to have been told by their doctor that their blood sugar is fine and that they are not insulin resistant.

    So what’s the deal with insulin and PCOS and is it something that you should be addressing in order to reverse your PCOS? Well, my friend that is what this episode is all about so hit play to listen now!

    The insulin effect
    Notice how I didn’t say insulin resistance. There is a big difference and it is really important to understand the importance of the insulin effect if you want to reverse your PCOS naturally. that I want you to understand.

    So what is insulin and how does it affect your PCOS hormones?
    When you eat something it is broken down and released into your body as glucose (that’s another name for blood sugar). So by choosing the foods you eat smartly and combining certain foods to lessen their insulin effect you can greatly improve your PCOS hormones.

    In this episode, you will learn about what foods worsen the insulin effect and your PCOS (spoiler alert….it’s not just sugar).  And more importantly, you will learn what foods will help to improve your insulin effect and assist you in reversing your PCOS…..and it doesn’t require you to never eat certain foods again.

    When you are armed with the food knowledge packed into this episode you will be able to make serious progress toward reversing your PCOS!

    Are you ready? Go ahead and listen to this episode where I not only share how insulin is working in your body but some simple actionable steps to use this information to heal your PCOS naturally!

    Happy listening!

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    Women's Intuition: Signs, Symptoms and Diagnosis

    Women's Intuition: Signs, Symptoms and Diagnosis
    Welcome to season one of ‘On The Down Low – Speaking up about Ovarian Cancer'. It’s known as ‘the silent killer’ and when ovarian cancer is finally discovered, it’s usually in the very advanced stages. Why? There are many reasons – no early detection test, subtle symptoms, a lack of awareness… and maybe our reluctance to talk about vaginas. In this episode, Women’s Intuition – Symptoms & Diagnosis, we’ll share with you four very different stories of how women can come to discover they have ovarian cancer.

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    You're only as healthy as your cells

    You're only as healthy as your cells
    Mind, body, soul… cells? Today’s guest, Heather Hiniker, is the founder and CEO of Ascent, a cutting-edge regenerative technology company in Newport Beach, CA. Hiniker’s business is built on two ideas: Our bodies are created to self-heal, and that we are only as healthy as our cells. Ascent offers many services focusing on cellular health and regeneration, and has seen an uptick in traffic since COVID restrictions began to lift and people began seeking help for the residual symptoms of the virus.   The inflammatory effects of COVID are well-documented, and so is the possibility of symptoms persisting long after the body has fought the bug and won. Addressing inflammation like this on a cellular level can be intimidating for those of us who were raised on traditional western healthcare practices. In this episode we discuss how cellular self-care is not exclusive to the wealthy, and what we can personally do to keep our cells happy day-to-day.

    Topics covered:

    • Cutting edge regenerative technology like CVAC, BEMER, and Nexalin, and its increasing accessibility
    • Debbie and Heather trade COVID experiences and the discuss its inflammatory effects and the resulting impact on their lives
    • Where can a gluten-challenged individual enjoy a good slice of sourdough bread?
    • How do we deal with aging? What can we do better for ourselves as nature takes its course?

     

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    Finding the answer

    Finding the answer
    In the third episode of season two, we are joined again by our new, exceptional group of guests made up of people living with various pulmonary fibrosis conditions, care partners and specialized doctors. In this episode we explore the moment of diagnosis and the different ways in which patients react to this life-altering news. Getting a diagnosis for a rare condition can leave them with more questions than answers however finding accurate information is often a challenge in itself. So join us as they talk about the importance of being proactive following a diagnosis and give advice to HCPs on how to best to break the news.

    The Journey Ahead

    The Journey Ahead
    In the second episode of season two, we are joined again by our new, exceptional group of guests made up of people living with various pulmonary fibrosis conditions, care partners and specialized doctors. In this episode we explore the journey to diagnosis. Getting a diagnosis for a rare condition such as pulmonary fibrosis can be difficult and patients can often go undiagnosed for years. In this episode, we hear about the emotions that patients felt when meeting with various specialists, and the advice they would give to others on a similar journey.

    How to Deal with Fear, Worry, and Anxiety

    How to Deal with Fear, Worry, and Anxiety

    Fear is palpable these days. It's a normal part of the human experience, but it need not consume us. In this episode, Myra discusses:

    • How to move beyond a diagnosis
    • Why the condition of the mind creates the condition of the body
    • The power of self-examination
    • How to step out of the analytical mind and create a connection with the deepest self

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    Thanks for tuning in to the Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule podcast. If this series inspires you to live a more holistic and balanced lifestyle, check out Hale Pule’s 4-week Agni Therapy program - a reset for your digestion and your life! It includes Ayurveda and Yoga practices, on-on-one consultation, energy work, a private support group, and a library of Q&As with Myra to support your healing process. Learn more here.

    You can also connect with Myra and the Hale Pule team over at the refreshing Spark your Intuition meditation series, and on Instagram and Facebook.

    Episode 141: CEO Andrew Le Explains how Buoy Health is Helping People Seek the Right Medical Care at the Right Time

    Episode 141: CEO Andrew Le Explains how Buoy Health is Helping People Seek the Right Medical Care at the Right Time

    In his final rotation at Harvard Medical School, Andrew was baffled by how many patients were googling their symptoms to make decisions about whether to seek care. Things became personal though when his own father hesitated and waited too long to seek medical attention while experiencing a mini stroke (thankfully he survived). Andrew became convinced that there had to be a way to reduce the effort and hesitancy deterring potential patients from engaging with healthcare professionals. So, he took three years off from medical school and co-founded Buoy Health. The goal was to develop an AI chatbot that could help people answer the simple question: “When do I need to go to the doctor?” Built upon manual review of thousands of medical articles and incorporated user feedback, Buoy quickly became a truly machine-learned algorithm that could not only account for medical best practices but also user demographics. Today, buoy.com services over 30 million people, including being the official COVID-19 screening tool for both Massachusetts and Virginia. The company has also developed a “Back with Care” feature to help employees return to work and is about to release a vaccination module as well. Tune into this episode to learn more about Buoy Health, plus hear host Steve Krupa chat with Andrew on his transition from medical student to entrepreneur, what he wished he knew before starting the business, and Andrew’s vision for the company’s future.