The Project: Health Wellness and Psychology Podcast based in Kuwait. With so much information about health and wellness out there, it is difficult to sift out the real from the fake and the informative from the marketable. At every corner there is an unqualified influencer or individual trying to sell the latest diet or quick fix. This show is not about making you buy something or trying to get you to become someone you are not. We offer real information, from local and regional experts, to help guide you to becoming the best version of yourself. Our hosts, Mahdi, Dr. D, and Meg all tackle an array of different topics. Our fitness episodes talk about programs, coaches, and dismantling the latest trends, while our psychology episodes focus on various mental health issues and coping tools. So, who are we?Meg: The Stress Terminator from America. She's a walking science experiment that helps you find a way when you're lost, out of time, and sick of the diets.Mahdi: A real-life average Joe who coaches baseball and fitness. Being in the fitness field for over 20 years, he has seen it all and tried all the fad diets and crazy workouts. Mahdi is known for never having a filter, especially when it comes to influencers and snake-oil salesmen, but his main concern is with providing the average person with the best information to make the best decisions. Meet. Dr.D: An amazing psychologist who teaches at a local university. She is best known on the show for being outspoken and honest. Not only is she very intelligent, but her humor, compassion, and insight set her apart from very peers. Haya: An academic at heart, Haya switched paths to become a competitive powerlifter and personal trainer. After having her son, she wanted to focus on rebuilding strength, and found a love for lifting heavy. Now her goal is to help inspire others to move more and live comfortably, while focusing on ensuring their bodies are moving better and not just looking better. This show is definitely:Gluten-FreeDairy-FreeBS-Free
Health Beet With Amy Roskelley: Healthy Meals That Taste Good, and How to Portion Your Plate for Better Results
In this episode we discuss how to eat good and healthy. We also talk about how to portion your plate and Amy secret to maintaining a good healthy balanced diet
Psyched With Dr. D : A Story of Drug Addictions and Overcoming The Odds With Yousef
In this episode we continue our quest to raising awareness to drug addiction in our community. This story shows us how even the most fortunate can get sucked into the world of addition.
Psyched With Dr. D: Dismissing Diagnosis Like ADHD, Depression and Mental Health Issues
In this episode we talk about how people dismiss disorders and treat mental health issues like they don't exist.
Chris Burres: Leading Expert on the Nobel Prize-winning Molecule, ESS60, That has Shown to Boost Longevity and Overall Health.
When Chris learned that ESS60 was tested by NASA and had been proven to almost double the lifespan in mammals, he made it his mission to provide the world’s first nano antioxidant and anti-inflammatory supplement to people around the world. In addition to expanding longevity, Chris can speak on how to lower risk of heart disease, better vision, improve mental acuity, lower blood pressure, manage osteoarthritis, increase strength & vitality, protect the nervous system and improve hair growth & color.
Psyched With Dr.D: Jason Tieri Discuss Mental health, Child abuse, Family dynamics, Strained family relationship and How to Overcome The Odds
lifelong resident of the Grand Rapids, MI area. As a child, I was physically abused by my mother, and my father never intervened. Since then, I have been dedicated to bettering myself and putting an end to the cycle of brokenness in my family. I am passionate about mental health because without going to therapy, I would be a mess. I think everyone can benefit from seeing a mental health therapist.
Good For You Gluten Free With Jenny Finke Author of “Dear Gluten It’s Not Me It’s You”
Breaking up with gluten was one of the best yet hardest things I’ve ever had to do. It was a messy breakup, and the split came with a roller coaster of emotions. In Dear Gluten, It’s Not Me, It’s You, I compare breaking up with gluten to breaking up with a boyfriend. Mr. Gluten, it’s over! While breaking up with gluten drummed up feelings of relief, it also created a slew of physical and emotional challenges. Breakups are complex, heartbreaking, and hard to get over. People suffering from a gluten disorder often feel betrayed by their bodies, abandoned by their doctors, and disowned by a society void of empathy for “gluten-free people.”
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Motivational and Informing
Great podcast that has kept my cardio sessions very informative and gives you that additional motivation to push a little harder.
Very refreshing and uplifting especially for us expats living here in Kuwait. Keep it up, guys!
Omg seriously you guys keep it up and keep going, so much useful information!