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Welcome to the Everyday Wellness podcast with Cynthia Thurlow! Cynthia Thurlow is a nurse practitioner, author of the best selling book Intermittent Fasting Transformation: IF45, 2x TEDx speaker, with her second talk having more than 10 million views, and the host of Everyday Wellness Podcast. With over 20 years experience in health and wellness, Cynthia is a globally recognized expert in intermittent fasting and women’s health, and has been featured on ABC, FOX5, KTLA, CW, Medium, Entrepreneur, and The Megyn Kelly Show. Her mission is to educate women on the benefits of intermittent fasting and overall holistic health and wellness, so they feel empowered to live their most optimal lives. Her goal with Everyday Wellness is to help her listeners make simple changes to their everyday lives that will result in improved overall wellness and long term health.

Everyday Wellness Everyday Wellness: Cynthia Thurlow, NP

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Welcome to the Everyday Wellness podcast with Cynthia Thurlow! Cynthia Thurlow is a nurse practitioner, author of the best selling book Intermittent Fasting Transformation: IF45, 2x TEDx speaker, with her second talk having more than 10 million views, and the host of Everyday Wellness Podcast. With over 20 years experience in health and wellness, Cynthia is a globally recognized expert in intermittent fasting and women’s health, and has been featured on ABC, FOX5, KTLA, CW, Medium, Entrepreneur, and The Megyn Kelly Show. Her mission is to educate women on the benefits of intermittent fasting and overall holistic health and wellness, so they feel empowered to live their most optimal lives. Her goal with Everyday Wellness is to help her listeners make simple changes to their everyday lives that will result in improved overall wellness and long term health.

    Ep. 370 Strategies to Navigate Perimenopause into Menopause with Dr. Mariza Snyder

    Ep. 370 Strategies to Navigate Perimenopause into Menopause with Dr. Mariza Snyder

    Today, I am delighted to connect with my dear friend, Dr. Mariza Snyder. Dr. Snyder is a best-selling author, dedicated wife, and wellness advocate passionately committed to empowering women through lifestyle changes, whole food nutrition, essential oils, and other health practices. 
    In our discussion today, we dive into the perimenopausal journey, looking at the warning signs and ways to rediscover ourselves. We explore the impact of lifestyle choices and the importance of understanding cravings in middle age, offering practical strategies for navigating perimenopause and menopause. We get into the benefits of continuous glucose monitors and glucometers, the critical role of fiber and fermented foods, and the supplements Dr. Snyder recommends for optimal brain health. We also address gut health and the misconception that constipation is normal. 
    I am confident you will find my conversation with Dr. Snyder as enlightening and enjoyable as I did.

    IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:

    Why women need to educate themselves about perimenopause and its symptoms

    Common early signs of perimenopause

    How lifestyle choices significantly impact the severity of perimenopause symptoms

    Why women must eat enough protein

    Importance of maintaining stable blood sugar levels

    Benefits of using continuous glucose monitors

    How strength training helps women maintain muscle mass and functional strength

    The benefits of fermented foods for supporting the gut microbiome

    Why managing stress and getting enough sleep are essential

    Brain-boosting supplements Dr. Snyder recommends

    How to avoid constipation 


    Bio: Dr. Mariza Snyder
    Dr. Mariza Snyder is a functional practitioner, women’s hormone expert, and the author of eight books: The newest book, The Essential Oils Menopause Solution, focuses on solutions for women in perimenopause and menopause and the #1 National Bestselling book, The Essential Oils Hormone Solution, focuses on balancing women’s hormones naturally. For the past fifteen years, she has lectured at wellness centers, conferences, and corporations on hormone health, metabolic health, nutrition, and detoxification. She has been featured on Dr. Oz, Oprah Magazine, Fox News Health, MindBodyGreen, and in many publications. Dr. Mariza is also the host of the top-rated Energized Podcast, (with over 11 million downloads) designed to empower women to become the CEO of their health. Check out her website, drmariza.com, for women's hormone tips, including recipes and supplementation. 

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    Energized with Dr. Mariza (Podcast)

    Dr. Snyder’s books are available on Amazon 

    • 56 min
    Ep. 369 Regenerative Agriculture for Enhanced Nutrition with Farmer Lee Jones

    Ep. 369 Regenerative Agriculture for Enhanced Nutrition with Farmer Lee Jones

    Today, I am thrilled to connect with Farmer Lee Jones, who oversees The Chef's Garden, a family-owned regenerative farm dedicated to cultivating the most flavorful and nutrient-rich vegetables, herbs, and microgreens. 
    With a legacy of over three decades, The Chef's Garden has been the go-to supplier for some of the finest chefs and restaurants worldwide. 
    Join us as we dive deep into the differences between regenerative agriculture and traditional industrial farming, looking at the importance of flavor-focused cultivation, the limitations of USDA guidelines in determining mineral efficacy, how the pandemic affected the operations of the Chef's Garden, the rising trends of seasonal eating in the vegetable industry, and the differences between hybrid and GMO products. 
    Get ready for an enlightening conversation with Farmer Lee Jones, whose infectious enthusiasm for sustainable farming practices is bound to leave you inspired.

    IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:

    The differences between regenerative agriculture and traditional industrial farming

    Why traditional industrial farming is unsustainable, and how it negatively impacts soil and human health

    The benefits of regenerative agriculture

    Why Farmer Lee grows for flavor, not just for nutritional levels

    The importance of maintaining healthy soil 

    How Farmer Lee managed to keep his team together and maintain his farming operations during the pandemic

    Why it is essential to pay attention to the packaging and labeling when purchasing produce

    The nutritional benefits of microgreens

    Farmer Lee explains the difference between GMO and hybrid vegetables

    Why we need to tune into our bodies and understand what they need instead of relying on artificially available produce throughout the year


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    Connect with Farmer Lee Jones

    On Instagram   


    The Chef’s Garden on Instagram (For vegetable box subscriptions)

    The Culinary Vegetable Institute on Instagram

    • 53 min
    BONUS: The Glucose Goddess Method: Your Path to Health and Happiness with Jessie Inchauspe

    BONUS: The Glucose Goddess Method: Your Path to Health and Happiness with Jessie Inchauspe

    I am delighted to have Jessie Inchauspe, the Glucose Goddess, joining me on the podcast today!
    Metabolic health is my passion! It is a huge area of focus in my work, and Jessie is truly a gift in the space! She is a rising star author and biochemist with a clear and accessible way of explaining the science behind glucose metabolism. 
    Jessie joins me today to discuss the impact of glucose metabolism and spikes. We dive into her background and how an accident created her pain-to-purpose story. We discuss the role of continuous glucose monitors and how glucose spikes impact our mitochondria, inflammation, and oxidative stress. We get into glycation and aging, how weight gain is a protective aspect of glucose spikes- or hyperglycemia, and the role of vinegar, movement, and fiber. We also talk about Jessie’s new book, her opinions on fasting, and so much more. 
    I loved interviewing Jessie! Her enthusiasm is contagious, and it is easy to understand why she is such a beloved author in the health and wellness space!

    IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:

    Jessie shares how an accident led her to where she is today.

    How a continuous glucose monitor changed everything for Jessie.

    How Jessie came up with her simple principles to steady glucose levels.

    What is the purpose of glucose in the body?

    How do glucose spikes impact our mitochondria?

    Jessie shares a fascinating vinegar hack for reducing side effects and symptoms of glucose spikes.

    How being metabolically unhealthy impacts the aging process.

    The benefits of having savory breakfasts and eating vegetables first with every meal.

    Jessie talks about her new book, The Glucose Goddess Method.

    How gaining weight protects our bodies from the impact of glucose spikes.

    How walking or moving after meals balances blood sugar levels.

    Why is blood sugar so important?


    Connect with Cynthia Thurlow
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    Connect with Jessie Inchauspe
    On her website  
    On Instagram

    Jessie’s books
    The Glucose Goddess Method
    Glucose Revolution

    • 56 min
    Ep. 368 Lipid Masterclass: Exploring Insulin Resistance, Statins, and Alternatives with Dr. Thomas Dayspring

    Ep. 368 Lipid Masterclass: Exploring Insulin Resistance, Statins, and Alternatives with Dr. Thomas Dayspring

    I am thrilled to present the last class of our Lipid Masterclass series today with the esteemed Dr. Thomas Dayspring. Dr. Dayspring is board-certified in internal medicine and clinical lipidology and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and the National Lipid Association. 
    Today, we round things out by diving into medications for lipid abnormalities and discussing lipid physiology, with Dr. Dayspring shedding light on insulin resistance and statins and cautioning against statin use for those predisposed to diabetes or insulin resistance. He also explains why LDL particle size is not worth testing and discusses ways to identify specific laboratory abnormalities. 
    Be sure to stay tuned for the AMA session to follow, where Dr. Dayspring will answer listeners’ questions. 
    It has been a privilege engaging with Dr. Dayspring throughout this masterclass series. I know you will have learned a lot from it!

    IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:
    · The lack of research and consistency in addressing the needs of women in various stages of life
    · Dr. Dayspring discusses the use of bile acid sequestrants for lowering LDL cholesterol
    · Dr. Dayspring discusses the history of bile acid sequestrant use, explaining why their use is limited
    · How bempedoic acid and statins lower LDL cholesterol
    · Potential contraindications for bempedoic acid
    · The benefits and risks of using fibrates to reduce heart attacks
    · Dr. Dayspring explains why fibrates work best for genetic hypertriglyceridemia
    · Why reducing ApoB is essential for atherosclerosis patients, especially for high-risk patients
    · Dr. Dayspring explains why small LDL particles are dangerous
    · The ideal ApoB level for those who have no heart disease and are not diabetic 

    Bio:
    Thomas Dayspring MD is a Fellow of both the American College of Physicians and the National Lipid Association and is certified in internal medicine and clinical lipidology. After practicing in New Jersey for 37 years, in 2012, he moved to Virginia to serve as an educational director for a nonprofit cardiovascular foundation until mid-2019 as a Chief Academic Advisor for two major CV laboratories. Since then, he has served as a virtual cardiovascular/lipidology educator. Career-wise, he has given over 4000 domestic (in all 50 states) and several international lectures, including over 600 CME programs on atherothrombosis, lipids/lipoproteins (and their treatment), vascular biology, biomarker testing, and women’s cardiovascular issues. He has authored several manuscripts and lipid textbook chapters and performed several podcasts. For several years, he was an Associate Editor of the Journal of Clinical Lipidology. He received the 2011 National Lipid Association’s Presidents Award for services to clinical lipidology and the 2023 Foundation of NLA Clinician/Educator Award. He has over 34K followers on his educational Twitter (X) feed (@Drlipid). He has Gold Heart Member status as a professional member of the American Heart Association, and he serves as a Social Media Ambassador for the European Atherosclerosis Society and the National Lipid Association.

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    • 33 min
    Ep. 367 The Metabolic Health Crisis & GLP-1s with Dr. Anurag Singh

    Ep. 367 The Metabolic Health Crisis & GLP-1s with Dr. Anurag Singh

    I am delighted to reconnect with Dr. Anurag Singh today, the Chief Medical Officer at Timeline Nutrition. He joined me once before on Episode 268. 
    I invited Dr. Singh back to discuss the latest research on GLP-1 agonists like Wegovy, Semaglutide, and Ozempic, which are gaining significant traction with projected sales exceeding $100 billion by 2030, potentially affecting 9% of the US population.
    In our conversation, we explore the contributors to our metabolic health crisis by looking at the research surrounding GLP-1 agonists, the physiology of GLP-1 peptides, and the influencing elements Dr. Singh refers to as the trifecta. We dive into the loss of muscle mass and strength, sarcopenia, and frailty associated with these drugs, and Dr. Singh shares his concerns about their impact on bone health, the gut microbiome, and their use in younger patients. We also get into lifestyle measures, mitochondrial health, hallmarks of aging, Akkermansia, and the importance of advocacy and patient empowerment. 
    Today’s compelling and invaluable discussion with Dr. Anurag Singh highlights crucial insights into GLP-1 agonists and their broader health implications. I know it will provide significant value for our listeners.

    IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:

    Dr. Singh breaks down what GLP-1 agonist drugs are and how they work.

    How our modern-day lifestyles contribute to poor metabolic health

    The benefits and side-effects of using GLP-1 agonist treatments for improving metabolic health

    Why strength training is essential for preventing muscle loss and frailty in middle-aged women

    What are the potential long-term effects of SARMs on muscle mass and health?

    Why dietary counseling is essential for those taking GLP-1 agonist drugs

    The benefits of supplements for boosting mitochondrial health 

    Dr. Singh discusses a research study on combining lithium with GLP-1 agonists to improve the muscle quality of those with muscle-wasting conditions.

    Why akkermansia is essential for GLP production

     
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    Connect with Dr. Anurag Singh

    Timeline

    Mitopure

    Email Dr. Singh: asingh@amazentis.com 



    Previous Episode Mentioned
    Ep. 268: Understanding the Biology of Aging with Evolved Supplementation and Nutrition, featuring Dr. Anurag Singh

    • 42 min
    BONUS: Creatine's Impact on Metabolic Health and Wellness with Dr. Darren Candow

    BONUS: Creatine's Impact on Metabolic Health and Wellness with Dr. Darren Candow

    Today, I am delighted to reconnect with two previous guests, Dr. Darren Candow.
    Dr. Candow is a distinguished professor and an internationally renowned researcher on creatine monohydrate, nutrition, and physical activity who joined me before on Episode 301, where we spoke about creatine. 
    We are doing an AMA session today, delving into various themes surrounding creatine, from debunking outdated RDA recommendations to exploring the synergies between strength training and creatine efficacy. We look into the cognitive benefits of creatine, exploring how it interacts with caffeine and its implications for bone health, hydration, anabolic resistance, and metabolic health. 
    I trust you will find today's AMA session as enlightening and enriching as I did while recording it.

    IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:

    The safety and efficacy of creatine as a supplement

    How creatine increases muscle mass and reduces protein catabolism

    The benefits of combining creatine with protein 

    Is it better to take creatine before or after a workout?

    How creatine supplementation may improve brain performance and mental clarity

    Why exercise is essential for those who want to experience the benefits of creatine for maintaining their bone health

    The benefits of resistance-band workouts for post-menopausal women

    Are there any age-related limits for creatine supplementation?


    Bio: Dr. Darren Candow
    Dr. Darren Candow, PhD, CSEP-CEP, is Professor and Director of the Aging Muscle and Bone Health Laboratory in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina, Canada. The overall objectives of Dr. Candow’s research program are to develop effective lifestyle interventions involving nutrition (primarily creatine monohydrate) and physical activity (resistance training), which have practical and clinical relevance for improving musculoskeletal aging and reducing the risk of falls and fractures. Dr. Candow has published over 120 peer-refereed journal manuscripts, supervised over 20 MSc and PhD students, and received research funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Canada Foundation for Innovation, the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, the National Institute of Health, and the Nutricia Research Foundation. In addition, Dr. Candow serves on the editorial review boards for the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, Nutrients, and Frontiers.

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    Previous Episode Mentioned:
    Ep. 301 Creatine: The Best Supplement for Better Bones & Brain Health with Darren Candow, PhD, CSEP-CEP

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