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The most engaging conversation between health professionals happens in chance meetings in the hallways. During these moments so much is learned .*One Thing* brings together thought leaders in conversation and we share it with health enthusiasts and learners. Our conversations primarily focus on one significant thing in the arenas of gut health, brain health, metabolism, and aging . Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adam-rinde/support

One Thing with Dr. Adam Rinde Dr. Adam Rinde

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The most engaging conversation between health professionals happens in chance meetings in the hallways. During these moments so much is learned .*One Thing* brings together thought leaders in conversation and we share it with health enthusiasts and learners. Our conversations primarily focus on one significant thing in the arenas of gut health, brain health, metabolism, and aging . Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adam-rinde/support

    Insomnia with Dr. John Neustadt

    Insomnia with Dr. John Neustadt

    If you have difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep, early morning awakening, restless or non-restorative sleep, it may be time start addressing this concern.

    There are three types of insomnia. 1) Transient Insomnia: which lasts up to 1 week and is usually due to a short-term stressor 2) Short-term Insomnia: which lasts 1-6 months and is usually associated with a more persistent stressor (ie. death or illness of a loved one or environmental factor), and 3) Chronic Insomnia: which lasts more then 6 months and is associated with a wide variety of disorders.

    Potential causes and risk factors for insomnia include transient concerns such as stress, illness, travel, environmental disruption. Or medical concerns, such as depression, anxiety, sleep apnea, orthopnea, circadian rhythm disorders, restless leg syndrome, chronic pain, and others.

    In addition, insomnia can be caused by medications, drug, alcohol, or stimulant use.

    In today's episode my colleague and previous guest Dr. John Neustadt an joins me to peak on Insomnia. We discuss deeply about nutrient, hormonal, lifestyle, and neurotransmitter aspects of what effects sleep.  Topics such as non-rem vs. rem sleep are covered. As well as cortisol, gaba, melatonin and ways that you can improve your sleep with nutrients and herbal medicine. 

    About Dr. Neustadt.

    John Neustadt, ND was Founder and Medical Director of Montana Integrative Medicine and Founder and President of the dietary supplement Nutritional Biochemistry, Inc. (NBI) and NBI Pharmaceuticals. He’s a Medical Expert for TAP Integrative, a nonprofit educating doctors about integrative medicine. He’s published more than 100 research reviews and was recognized by Elsevier as a Top Ten Cited Author for his work. Dr. Neustadt’s books include, A Revolution in Health through Nutritional Biochemistry and the textbook, Foundations and Applications of Medical Biochemistry in Clinical Practice. Dr. Neustadt is an editor of the textbook, Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine (2nd Edition). He was the first naturopathic doctor ever voted Best Doctor among all physicians in his area. Dr. Neustadt received 15 Orphan Drug Designation by the US FDA for the use of natural products for the potential treatment of rare diseases.

    Dr. Neustadt is an expert in clinical approaches to improving sleep. He’s lectured at medical conferences, educating physicians about how they can more effectively help patients with insomnia and other sleep disorders. Based on his research he created the dietary supplement Sleep Relief. Sleep Relief’s bi-phasic, time-release technology delivers NBI’s proprietary formula with clinically validated nutrients in two stages—a quick-release first stage and a slow-release second stage to help you gently fall asleep, stay asleep and wake refreshed and ready for your day.


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    • 47 min
    Happiness and Your Inner Mammal with Dr. Loretta Breuning

    Happiness and Your Inner Mammal with Dr. Loretta Breuning

    In this episode we learn about happiness from an inner mammal perspective. Including questions like;  how do we generate  dopamine, serotonin, oxytoxin, and cortisol? and how do we work with our mammalian brain (the limbic system) and balance it with our developing/intellectual brain (the cortex)? It is quite fascinating to learn that we can be happier if we don't entirely squash the part of our brain that is hardwired for survival moves .  I invite esteemed author Loretta Breuning, PhD on this episode to take us through her teachings on this subject.  I first learned about Dr. Breuning after I experienced a tragic loss in my life and my friend and colleague and previous podcast guest,  Dr. John Neustadt, told me to check out one of her books; Habits of a Happy Brain and after reading it  I was enriched with additional tools to navigate my loss.   More about Dr. Breuning....

    Dr. Loretta Breuning is Founder of the Inner Mammal Institute and author of Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain your brain to boost your serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin and endorphin levels. As Professor of Management at California State University, and as a mom, she was disappointed by prevailing views of human motivation. She searched for better answers and found studies of the brain chemistry we share with earlier mammals. Suddenly, everything made sense! She began creating resources to help people manage their inner mammal. The Inner Mammal Institute offers videos, books, podcasts, multimedia, and a training program, to help you make peace with your inner mammal. InnerMammalInstitute.org Her latest book is Tame Your Anxiety: Rewiring Your Brain for Happiness.


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    • 48 min
    Cranioelectrical Stimulation for Depression, Anxiety, and Pain with Dr. Kimberly Iller

    Cranioelectrical Stimulation for Depression, Anxiety, and Pain with Dr. Kimberly Iller

    About Kimberly Iller ND, EAMP, LaC

    Dr. Iller is an outstanding Functional Medicine Practitioner/Naturopathic Physician in the Seattle area at Functional Medicine Northwest and also the director of a non-profit clinic called Equity in Health

    Dr. Iller has extensive training in the management of all fatiguing illnesses including Lyme Disease and it’s co-infections, viral infections, biotoxin exposure and mitochondrial dysfunction.  She has clinical training in the management of Lyme Disease through Dr. Ross and Dr. Brooke, and training through the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), which complements the extensive background she has as a naturopathic physician.  In addition, she is also one of the nation’s leading IV nutritional therapists and a practitioner of traditional Chinese Medicine.

    Dr. Iller is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Acupuncturist (L.Ac) in the state of Washington. She graduated from Bastyr University with a degree in Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture, and Oriental Medicine. Dr. Iller completed a fellowship in Oriental Medicine at the Long Hua Hospital, Shanghai and Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, where she focused on endocrine disorders, cardiology, and neurological imbalances.

    About CES:

    What is Cranioelectrical Stimulation:

    CES is an "electroceutical" technique that involves applying a pulsed, low-amplitude electrical current to the head using electrodes placed on the earlobes. Its FDA approved for the treatment of anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Also being used for fibromyalgia, chronic pain, opiate withdrawal, and headaches. There other terms used to describe this technique including transcranial electrotherapy (TCET) and neuroelectric therapy (NET). The device looks similar to Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) but is configured differently.

    In this episode we discuss CES for PTSD, Depression, Anxiety , and Pain from a clinicians and patients perspective. #ptsd, #anxiety, #depression

    Read more at www.soundintegrative.com 


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    • 19 min
    Happy New Year

    Happy New Year

    A greeting to my listeners

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    The Gut-Skin Axis with Lucy Mailing, PhD (MD candidate)

    The Gut-Skin Axis with Lucy Mailing, PhD (MD candidate)

    One of my favorite sayings in life is " As above , so below" . This can certainly apply to the skin disorders.  As we learn more about skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, and acne we are seeing that that deeper in the body at the gut/immune interface there is likely a driver of inflammation. I speak about this on my most recent episode of my podcast with Lucy Mailing PhD. 

    Lucy Mailing is an MD/PhD student at the University of Illinois. She recently completed her PhD in Nutritional Sciences but continues to perform research on how diet and exercise impact the gut microbiome in states of health and disease. She has authored several peer-reviewed journal articles related to the microbiome and health and was recently named an Emerging Leader in Nutritional Sciences by the American Society for Nutrition.

    Lucy has also been as staff research associate for Kresser Institute for four years and writes about evidence-based gut health on her blog, www.NGmedicine.com. She currently plans to continue her training and begin her MD at the University of Illinois in 2020 after a year dedicated to her blog and the launch of a gut-related startup.


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    • 51 min
    Probiotics with Dr. Jason Hawrelak The Probiotic Advisor

    Probiotics with Dr. Jason Hawrelak The Probiotic Advisor

     In this episode we dive into the fundamentals and evidence-based use of probiotics with a probiotic expert Dr. Jason Hawrelak.

    About our guest:
    Jason Hawrelak, PhD, is a research scientist, educator, naturopath and Western herbalist with nearly 20 years’ clinical experience. Jason practices at Goulds Natural Medicine, a 138-year-old natural medicine apothecary and clinic located in central Hobart in Tasmania, Austrailia. Dr Hawrelak did his Honours and PhD degrees in the areas of the gastrointestinal microbiota, the causes of dysbiosis, and the clinical applications of pre- and probiotics. He has written extensively in the medical literature on these topics – including 16 textbook chapters – and his research has been cited nearly 1000 times.

    Dr Hawrelak has taught health professionals at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level for the past 18 years. He currently coordinates and teaches the Evidence-based Complementary Medicine Programs in the College of Health & Medicine at the University of Tasmania (Hobart, Australia) and teaches natural approaches to Gastroenterology within the University of Western States Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine program (Portland, Oregon). He is also a Visiting Research Fellow at the Australian Research Centre for Complementary and Integrative Medicine (ARCCIM) at the University of Technology Sydney (Sydney, Australia).

    Jason is on the Medical Nutrition Council of the American Society for Nutrition and is a Fellow of both the American College of Nutrition and the Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia. He is also Chief Research Officer at ProbioticAdvisor.com, which offers a searchable database that enables easy, evidence-based prescribing of probiotic products and online resources for clinicians, and health-conscious members of the public, to learn more about the human microbiome and how they can positively influence these ecosystems.



    Research mentioned in the episode:

    Lactobacillus reuteri study: 


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    • 53 min

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