Join Dr. Chris Motley, Courtney Bursich, and Dr. Josh Axe as they explore nutrition, natural health, fitness and more with renowned special guests in the health and wellness industry on the Ancient Health Podcast. Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes and make sure to subscribe and leave a review!
153. The truth about fibromyalgia and practical ways to heal with Dr. Murphree
In this episode, Dr. Murphree discusses the symptomatology of the complicated diagnosis of fibromyalgia. This syndrome can have a myriad of symptoms associated with nutritional deficiencies, restorative sleep and inflammatory processes. Other areas of discussion are practical tips like diet, supplements and lifestyle changes.
152. Underlying causes of lingering colds + How to support your body during flu season with Dr. Motley
On this episode, Dr. Motley describes the nature of viral infections and why some people suffer more from the common cold virus than others. He describes how nutrient deficiencies play a role in infection recovery and how to best support your body during seasons of higher cold occurrence.
151. Overcoming anxiety and life behind the scenes of Grammy award winning artist Brandon Lake
In today’s episode we sit down with Grammy award-winning artist Brandon Lake to get a behind-the-scenes perspective of what it looks like to navigate seasons of pressure and opportunity. We discuss mental health, family life, relationships, and preserving your health when life’s demands are overwhelming. Through his latest album Help! Brandon touches on one of the most common health concerns people face today- loneliness and anxiety. Learn the small behaviors that can benefit your mental and emotional health and effective strategies to manage anxiety in moments of stress.
150. What you really need to know about Oral Hygiene from a Chinese Medicine Perspective with Dr. Chris Motley
Join us today for a mini-episode from our very own Dr. Chris Motley. Learn how using a tooth chart can help you locate organ insufficiency and understand the correlation of symptoms and disease as it relates to oral health. Learn to identify what to look for in your gums and mouth to determine early signs of imbalance or infection. Dr. Motley also discusses the impact of prior dental work like extractions or root canals and infections that can take place after. This is a dense episode filled with tips, applications and teachings around rebuilding a healthy oral biome.
149. Are poor drainage and lymphatics the root cause of your disease with Dr. Perry Nickleston
Dr. Perry Nickleston breaks down the importance of the lymphatic system and how many organ systems are connected with it. Many chronic diseases can be linked to the congestion of lymph flow and on this episode we learn about the ways we can improve drainage and signs that you may have stagnated lymph.
148. Chronic Disease, Gluten Misconceptions, and Advocating for your Health with Dr. Peter Osborne
In this episode Dr. Osborne covers common misconceptions about gluten- why gluten is in more than just wheat, barley, and rye, and the appropriate testing to truly discover if you are gluten sensitive or gluten intolerant. Dr. Osborne takes us through the history of gluten, how fortified foods have denatured wheat and why many conditions and symptoms can be linked to poor health as a result of gluten exposures. We also discuss the importance of advocating for your own health and what to look for in a good provider and practitioner as well as the appropriate testing for gluten sensitivity.
Great guy and show!
Dr. Ace has such incredible knowledge and insight into a unique aspect of health and wellness. Had the joy of sitting down to chat with him and he is a great guy. This is a must listen.
It’s very disappointing that someone on this show would share and talk positive things about the skincare she uses when it contains fragrance! This is one of the worst things we can put on and around us and she was just talking about putting chemical on /in our bodies. This is misleading for newer ppl in the natural world. I would never recommend anything with fragrance /perfume!
I heard a fabulous interview but Noticing majority of guests are male
I just listened to a really wonderful interview with Dr. Blodgett. Learned a ton but also really appreciated the interviewers and the depth and connection and thoughtfulness in the conversation!It was a joy to listen to in addition to being very meaningful contact. I’m saddened by looking at all the episodes and seeing only a minority of women interviewed.