180 Nutrition presents The Health Sessions. Each week we talk about everything health with real people with real results in a fun laid back manner.
Megan Lyons - Adrenal Dysfunction: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments
This week, I'm excited to welcome Megan Lyons to the podcast. She is a wellness expert and owner of The Lyons’ Share Wellness. Megan is a Harvard graduate, board-certified holistic nutritionist and founder of The Lyons' Share Wellness, where she helps people achieve the healthiest and happiest selves. In this episode, we discuss adrenal dysfunction, the telltale signs, most common causes, and the path to follow when wanting to heal. Over to Megan.
Some questions asked during this episode: Tell us about the importance of adrenal health?
How can we best test the health of our adrenals?
What are the tell-tale signs of adrenal dysfunction?
This week, I'm excited to welcome Megan Lyons to the podcast. Megan is a Harvard graduate, board-certified holistic nutritionist and founder of The Lyons' Share Wellness, where she helps people achieve the healthiest and happiest selves. In this episode, we discuss adrenal dysfunction, the telltale signs, most common causes, and the path to follow when wanting to heal. Over to Megan.
Hey guys, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and I am delighted to welcome Megan Lyons to the podcast. Megan, good morning. How are you?
Good morning. It's good afternoon over here, but I am doing great and so excited to talk to you today.
Fantastic, fantastic. First up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I'd love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, please.
Sure. Well, my name's Megan Lyons. I live in Dallas, Texas, and I own a business called Lyons' Share Wellness, where I like to describe it as I get my hands in as much possible related to wellness as I can possibly handle. I like to do a lot of one-to-one work with people. I have a podcast, I have group programs, I have a blog. I do speaking. I do everything I possibly can because this area of life really lights me up. I have so much passion around nutrition and wellness and just the ability that we all have to make ourselves feel much better and go enjoy life at a more full capacity.
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Dr Richard Jacoby - Why Sugar is Making Us Sick
This week I'm excited to welcome Dr Richard Jacoby to the podcast. Dr. Richard Jacoby is Board-certified Podiatrist and celebrated author. He is a renowned foot and ankle specialist with over 20 years experience with regenerative medicine. At Innate Healthcare Institute he brings his knowledge and experience of the lower extremities to help avoid surgery for all conditions related to the lower extremities, including pain, neuropathy, plantar fasciitis, sprains, fractures, and many more. Dr. Jacoby is also the Medical Director of Valley Foot Surgeons. He has won the Phoenix Magazine Top Docs Award 4 separate times (2003, 2005, 2008, and 2010), showing both his dedication to patient care along with foot and ankle expertise as a leading Phoenix and Scottsdale area Podiatrist.
Some questions asked during this episode: Why do many of us crave sugar?
Which everyday foods (that may be perceived as healthy) could derail us?
Should we be concerned about consuming ‘natural sugars’ like fruit?
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Adam Lane Smith - Understanding & Resolving Attachment Issues
This week I'm excited to welcome Adam Lane Smith to the podcast. Adam has coached clients through his ATTACHMENT METHOD for years. And he's helped people from a variety of lifestyles, from blue collar families with marital troubles to millionaire CEOs looking or dating help. Anyone looking to ﬁx their dating life, marriage, or overall health of all relationships.
Questions asked in the episode
What are the most common attachment issues/stories? Why do many of us attract the wrong type of person when we have the best intentions? How important are physical friend groups/meet-ups in the age of digital communication?
http://180nutrition.com.au/ This week I'm excited to welcome Adam Lane Smith to the podcast. Adam is a transformative force in the field of personal development and relationships. He's a specialist in attachment and has coached a variety of individuals from every walk of life and helped them build the life they've always wanted. In this episode, we discuss the most common attachment issues linked to deep-rooted patterns and beliefs, and dig deep into the strategies to overcome them. Over to Adam.
Hey guys, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition and I am delighted to welcome Adam Lane Smith to the podcast. Adam, mate, how are you?
I'm doing great over here. It's good to be called, mate. I always love that. Here in the United States, they say that whenever you're called mate, you feel a little more fancy than you did before.
It's one of those terms I think that we probably use the most. Every conversation has a mate in there somewhere. But yeah, I feel naked if I didn't use that word.
We'll pretend that it's special then for me, if that's all right with you.
It is special. It is special. First up, for all of our listeners there that may not be familiar with you or your work, I would love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself please.
Absolutely. I'm Adam Lane Smith. I am the attachment specialist. I help people fix their relationship problems that have hounded them since the day that they were born. If your childhood was difficult, if you just didn't know how to get love as a kid, and you still don't as a grownup, and things just don't feel right. Maybe you don't have friends, maybe partners are a hard thing, maybe raising your kids is tough. If you need help, that is my specialty. I was a licensed marriage and family therapist for many, many years. Now I do specific coaching and helping people make sure that they take care of that problem right here and now so that they can live a good life.
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Etienne Peirsman - Discover the benefits of craniosacral therapy
This week I'm excited to welcome Etienne Peirsman to the podcast. Etienne Peirsman is one of the most respected CranioSacral teachers worldwide, and has been teaching for nearly 35 years. He founded Peirsman CranioSacral in the Netherlands, originated the CranioSacral Professional Organization in Holland, and is an honorary member of The Dutch CranioSacral Practitioner Association
Some questions asked during this episode: What is craniosacral therapy?
What does a typical craniosacral session look like?
What’s the relationship between healing and human connection?
If you are curious, want I find out more, just jump over to our website. That is 180nutrition.com.au and take a look. Okay, back to the show. This week, I'm excited to welcome Etienne Peirsman to the podcast. Etienne is one of the most respected craniosacral teachers worldwide and has been teaching for nearly 35 years. He founded Peirsman Craniosacral in the Netherlands and is an honorary member of the Dutch Craniosacral Practitioner Association. In this episode, we discuss the principles behind craniosacral therapy, the conditions that are most commonly treated, and the method to achieve a no mind state. Over to Etienne. Hey, guys. This is Stu from 180 Nutrition and I am delighted to welcome Etienne Peirsman to the podcast. Etienne, how are you?
I'm totally fine.
Fantastic. Again, thank you so much for sharing some of your time. I know you've got an incredible story and really, really interesting subject that I know that our listeners would love to hear and understand and figure out a little bit more about how this amazing stuff actually happens. First up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I'd love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, please.
Well, I've been teaching craniosacral therapy for as long as I remember. Actually, it started in 1990. That's an exact date. I still remember that. I've been doing nothing else since then. I had a practice for about 20 years. Then while I was teaching also, but the rest of the time up to now I just teach craniosacral therapy a little bit all over the world. We just came back from Taiwan where we taught a month, and then we go to Mexico next week for a 10-day class, Italy, Prague, the Netherlands, and US, of course. I published one book about craniosacral. I happen to have it here next to me. It's Craniosacral Therapy for Babies and Small Children. That's a little bit the only book that's available about that subject. Soon, another one is going to come out a little more about also craniosacral, of course. I'm just teaching craniosacral. That's what I do.
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Sarah Rusbatch - Sobriety & Grey Area Drinking
This week, I'm excited to welcome Sarah Rusbatch to the podcast. Her mission is to support as many women as possible to change their relationship with alcohol, reconnect to themselves and create a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life. She is a certified Health and Wellbeing Coach, an accredited Grey Area Drinking Coach, a motivational speaker and a passionate ambassador for helping as many women as possible to live their best life. She is also an ex Grey Area Drinker. She finally quit booze in April 2019 and never looked back!
Some questions asked during this episode: Is alcohol the best approach when wanting to destress after a hectic day?
What are the less obvious signs that we may be drinking too much/often?
What do you say to those who reference ‘everything in moderation’?
Each episode we cut to the chase as we hang out with real people with real results. This week I'm excited to welcome Sarah Rusbatch to the podcast. Sarah is an accredited sobriety and gray area drinking coach based in Perth and also the face behind Perth's alcohol free movement. In this episode, we discussed the finer points of gray area drinking, uncover whether alcohol really is the best tool to distress after a hectic day at the office, and also dive into the less obvious signs that we may be drinking too much. Over to Sarah.
Hey guys, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition and I am delighted to welcome Sarah Rusbatch to the podcast. Sarah, how are you?
I'm very well, thanks. How are you?
Yeah, good. Really, really good. Excited to get into this particular topic today because I know that alcohol in particular is close to many people's hearts and there are lots of nuances where alcohol is concerned. So I think that you'll be the perfect person to expand on that. But first up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I'd love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself please.
Thank you for the introduction. So I'm Sarah Rusbatch. I'm from the UK. I live over in Perth in Western Australia, and I'm a Gray Area Drinking Coach, which is probably not a job title that many people have heard of before. When people ask me what I do, I'm always like, should I give the long answer or the short answer? Because it's not a title that people go, "Oh yeah, I know exactly what that is." So maybe I can start off by explaining to you what is gray area drinking?
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Dr William Davis - Understanding The Gut-Skin Axis
Dr. Davis is a medical doctor, expert in gut and heart health, a New York Times bestselling author of 10 books, including the Wheat Belly Series, with nearly 4 million copies sold. He's a leading expert in nutrition, and in this conversation, we discuss his investigations with L-Reuteri, a well-studied probiotic and its connection with skin health. Over to Dr. Davis.
Some questions asked during this episode: How long might we see improvements in skin health with the right gut protocol
What type of diet/foods would you recommend with skin health in mind
Tell us about your investigations with L. reuteri (roy-ter-eye)
This week, I'm excited to welcome Dr. William Davis. Back to the podcast. Dr. Davis is a medical doctor, expert in gut and heart health, a New York Times bestselling author of 10 books, including the Wheat Belly Series, with nearly 4 million copies sold. He's a leading expert in nutrition, and in this conversation, we discuss his investigations with L-Reuteri, a well-studied probiotic and its connection with skin health. Over to Dr. Davis.
Hey guys, this is Stu from one 180 Nutrition, and I am delighted to welcome back Dr. William Davis to the podcast, Dr. Davis. How are you?
I'm terrific. Stuart, gladly back.
No. Thank you so much. For everyone perhaps out there that may not have listened to our first conversation, not familiar with you or your work, I'd love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, please.
Well, I started very conventionally, Stuart, practicing cardiology, this thing called interventional cardiology where you abort heart attacks and put stents in, drill out people's arteries, those kinds of things, blockages. But I had an odd turn in my life, and that was my mom who was living in New Jersey at the time. I had just moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, about a thousand miles away, and I got a call that she died suddenly about four months after her successful two vessel coronary angioplasty. In other words, she died after a procedure that I was doing. I didn't do my mom's of course, but I was doing that simple kind of procedure every day, many times a day.
But it was a vivid illustration, Stuart, of how fruitless, how pointless, how dangerous it is to try to manage a disease like heart disease in an laboratory, in a cath lab. Because many people, as you know, you've heard these headlines, many people never survive who get to the hospital. They die at home or route. And so I asked this question, this is now back 30 years ago, I asked, could we have identified my mom being at risk a year ahead of time, five years, 10 years? Well, back then, we all thought cholesterol was that tool. Of course, it's proven to be a miserable failure as a preventative tool, though a wonderful source of revenue for the pharmaceutical industry, and they've managed to brainwash an entire generation of physicians into thinking that cholesterol and statin drugs are the cure for heart disease. Of course, they are not. They're not even close. They're barely having any impact at all. That's why in the U.S., 80 million people, Stuart, more than 80 million people take statin drugs, and there's been virtually no impact on the incidence of heart disease.
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Great podcasts from the 180 crew, I usually end up listening to each one a couple of times as there are so many gems in each episode.