Whether through a love of wellbeing and nature, breakthroughs in science and tech, excelling in sport or outstanding achievements in the arts, all of my guests have incredible stories of pushing boundaries and perceptions. With insights into the challenges they have overcome, plus their tools and techniques for success, we uncover the lifestyle choices that really pack a punch.
John Daniels, Chairman of The Cross River Gorilla Project
On this episode John Daniels talks about founding the Cross River Gorilla Project which seeks to protect the rainforest, its animals and the surrounding communities. John shares his first-hand experience of trekking in the highlands, and his experiences camping in the rainforest, home to the critically endangered Gorilla. He talks about the behaviours and character of the gorillas and chimpanzees and how the conservation drive is very viable, as although the gorilla numbers are small, they live a long time, so there is opportunity for them to flourish, if the conditions are right within their environment.
John gives his thoughts on the current humanitarian crisis in Cameroon, the challenges they are facing and how this impacts on conservation projects and makes their support of the rangers even more vital. His talks about successful UK home schooling project, The Gorilla Club and his ambitions for taking these education programs into the schools and villages of Cameroon.
Thomas Olivier. How your lifestyle choices affect your genes and how his AI health platform can give you everything you need to take control of your life. Plus how best to detox from a hangover.
Thomas explains that by the time we are 70, 65% of the UK population will be living with two chronic conditions, living as he calls it “in a state of comorbidity” for the last 15 years of their lives and how 15% of teenagers in the UK have type 2 diabetes. In this episode he explains how these chronic conditions including diabetes, are lifestyle and diet related and can be prevented.
Thomas’ aim with Onmos and his work at Smart Health is to help people be more proactive on the preventative side of their health. He sees what he calls “a new health architecture” where the science behind health becomes less alienating and more accessible to us all, replacing disease with prevention and democratising health, so we all have the ability to take our health into our own hands, as Thomas believes that wellness starts at home. For all of you not doing a dry January Thomas also gives his tips for detoxing alcohol!
Louise Mita (part 2) Why sometimes our opinions of ourselves don’t serve us and how being aware of them and altering our attitude can have a profound affect on our lives. How the three different energies work.
In this episode with the brilliant Louise Mita, founder of Integrative Quantum Medicine, she talks about healing ability and the importance of watching out for making fear-based responses. We look at how we all carry opinions of our behaviours and characteristics that often don’t serve us and how by being aware of them and altering our attitude, we can make easy changes that will have a profound affect on our lives.
Louise talks us through the three different types of energy, Jing, Chi and Xen, explaining more about the Xen energy or ‘mind energy’ which she works with in IQM. Louise shares some brilliant facts on our bodies regeneration and great tips for stress management.
Louise Mita (part 1) Being sovereign, leaning into the positive, how the Law of Attraction works and how to make it work for you.
Louise Mita, founder of Integrative Quantum Medicine, talks about how she learnt the fundamentals of respect and discipline by studying martial arts for many years and after working with Chinese Energetic Medicine, she developed her own system of healing and energy work. Louise's IQM is based on knowing who you are and mastering your own energy. Louise talks about the importance of being sovereign and leaning into the positive, how the Law of Attraction works and how to make it work for you.
Andy Baggott. The importance of trusting in your path and staying flexible in these challenging times, how best to work from home and great advice on how to parent teenagers.
Andy Baggott is a healer, author and spiritual teacher who focuses on empowering people to connect with their inner wisdom, so that they may achieve health, happiness and fulfilment. He is a trained acupuncturist, natural nutritionist and Tai Chi teacher, as well as a practicing shaman from the Celtic and pre-Celtic tradition. In this truly illuminating episode Andy shares much incredible wisdom, on relationships, the importance of trusting in your path and staying flexible, his advice on working from home and very useful guidance on parenting teenagers..
Rosemary Ferguson. Making healthy living achievable, the importance of consistency for the best results and the benefits of a nutritional reset. The difference between probiotics and prebiotics, how best to avoid “hanganxiety” and her top skincare t
Model, mumma, naturopath and nutritionist, Rose’s philosophy is about making it achievable. She believes that through nutrition and a bit of selfcare, you can give your body, the tools it needs to cope with the crazy lives we lead.
On this fun and informative episode, Rose talks about finding a balanced healthy lifestyle, the importance of consistency for the best results and the benefits of a nutritional reset. She explains the difference between probiotics and prebiotics, how best to avoid “hanganxiety” her visions for Christmas this year and her top skincare tips.
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