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I am thrilled to announce the launch of my podcast, "Metabolic Matters: Mastering Metabolic Health." I am on a mission to expand awareness about the vast realm of metabolic health and its profound significance to our lives. With over 93% of the modern world experiencing some form of metabolic mayhem, we need to band forces to educate and empower the prevention and treatment of these conditions plaguing us today.

Metabolic Matters Dr. Nasha Winters

    • Alternative Health
    • 4.8 • 18 Ratings

I am thrilled to announce the launch of my podcast, "Metabolic Matters: Mastering Metabolic Health." I am on a mission to expand awareness about the vast realm of metabolic health and its profound significance to our lives. With over 93% of the modern world experiencing some form of metabolic mayhem, we need to band forces to educate and empower the prevention and treatment of these conditions plaguing us today.

    Beyond the Invisible: Dr. Devra Davis on EMFs, Health, and Hope

    Beyond the Invisible: Dr. Devra Davis on EMFs, Health, and Hope

    Summary

    Dr. Devra Davis, an epidemiologist and writer, discusses her accomplishments, challenges, and contributions in the fields of environmental health and integrative oncology. She shares her proudest achievement, which includes her work on smoking bans on airplanes and lead poisoning prevention. Dr. Davis provides advice for facing impossible obstacles and navigating controversy. She emphasizes the importance of reducing wireless radiation exposure and shares practical tips for doing so. Dr. Davis also discusses updates and new research on the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and highlights the key themes of her book, 'The Secret History of the War on Cancer.' Dr. Devra Davis discusses the lack of insurance coverage for damages caused by electromagnetic fields and the attempt to shift liability onto landlords. She also highlights concerns about the placement of 5G towers near schools and residential areas.

    Episode References: 

    ►​​ Link to Disconnect Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0988359189?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_A12KEJ4S89YC0T1Z8X1D

     ► Link to TEDx Talk https://ehtrust.org/rapid-fire-what-brain-and-sperm-share-and-why-care-dr-devra-davis-tedxjacksonhole-2/

    ► Website: https://www.drnasha.com/

    ► Terrain Advocate Program: https://tap.terrain.network/

    ► Practitioner Program: https://matc.terrain.network/

    ► Find a Doctor: https://my.terrain.network/

    ► Dr. Nasha Products: https://www.drnashaapproved.com/

    ► The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: https://a.co/d/44kHGOS 

    ► Podcast: https://metabolicmatters.org/

    ► Instagram:   / drnashawinters   

    Additional Resources:  

    In addition: Please note these resources are very important.

    1. The University of Melbourne speech with over 6.5 Million views on YouTube alone.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwyDCHf5iCY

    https://ehtrust.org/devra-davis-phd-mph-delivers-deans-lecture-at-the-university-of-melbourne-on-mobile-phone-and-wireless-radiation/

    2. Publication 2023 National Institute of Health. Attached. PubMed:

    Wireless technologies, non- ionizing electromagnetic fields and children: Identifying and reducing health risks

    Curr Probl Pediatr Adolesc Health Care 2023 Feb;53(2):101374. doi: 10.1016/j.cppeds.2023.101374. Epub 2023 Mar 17.

    3. Video CSpan

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?200324-1/the-secret-history-war-cancer

    Takeaways

    Insurance companies do not provide coverage for damages caused by electromagnetic fields, indicating potential health and environmental risks.

    The placement of 5G towers near schools and residential areas raises concerns about close proximity to electromagnetic radiation.

    Physical activity, such as yoga and weight training, is important for maintaining mobility and overall health.

    A healthy diet, including good carbohydrates and avoiding processed foods, is essential for optimal nutrition.

    Taking nutraceuticals, such as omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, can support overall health and well-being.

    Having a passion and purpose in life contributes to longevity and resilience in the face of challenges.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction and Background

    03:10 Dr. Devra Davis' Accomplishments and Contributions

    04:17 Dr. Davis' Most Proud Achievement

    07:50 Overcoming Challenges and Making a Difference

    08:19 Advice for Facing Impossible Obstacles

    13:37 Navigating Controversy and Criticism

    20:46 Environmental Toxins and EMFs in Metabolic Health

    25:28 Practical Tips for Reducing Wireless Radiation

    29:25 Updates and New Research on EMFs

    39:15 The Secret History of the War on Cancer

    44:20 Insurance and Liability for Electromagnetic Fields

    45:08 Concerns about 5G Towers

    46:43 Self-Care and Mitigating Environmental Pollutants

    50:36 Physical Activity and Nutrition

    53:30 Passion and Purpose for Longevity

    54:07 Overcoming Challenges and Inspiring Others

    55:13 Supporting Future Plans

    56:04 Gratitude and Farewell

    • 58 min
    The Community Cure with James Maskell and Dr. Nasha Winters

    The Community Cure with James Maskell and Dr. Nasha Winters

    Summary
    In this episode, I’m joined by James Maskell. On a mission to flatten
    the curve of healthcare costs, James has spent the past decade
    innovating at the cross section of functional medicine and community. To that end, he created the Functional Forum, the world’s largest integrative medicine conference with record-setting participation online and growing physician communities around the world. His organization and best selling book of the same name, Evolution of Medicine, prepares health professionals for this new era of personalized, participatory medicine.
    His new project, HealCommunity, follows his second book "The Community Cure", makes it easy for clinics and health systems to deliver lifestyle focused care effectively and frictionlessly. He is an in demand speaker and impresario, being featured on TEDMED, HuffPostLive and TEDx, as well as lecturing internationally.

    During this episode, we delve into the critical issue of chronic illness and its escalating costs, drawing insights from James's extensive
    experience and innovative projects. His approach to transforming
    healthcare is not just revolutionary but also urgently needed as we face mounting challenges in managing chronic disease care.
    Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable perspectives from a true
    changemaker in healthcare.

    Episode References:
    ► Functional Forum: https://www.functionalforum.com/cpages/next-show
    ► James Maskell Site:https://www.jamesmaskell.com/
    ► Website: https://www.drnasha.com/
    ► Terrain Advocate Program: https://tap.terrain.network/
    ► Practitioner Program: https://matc.terrain.network/
    ► Find a Doctor: https://my.terrain.network/
    ► Dr. Nasha Products: https://www.drnashaapproved.com/
    ► The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: https://a.co/d/44kHGOS
    ► Podcast: https://metabolicmatters.org/
    ► Instagram: / drnashawinters

    Takeaways

    The current healthcare system is evolving too slowly to manage the
    increasing burden of chronic diseases.
    A new model of healthcare that emphasizes community and community care
    is needed to address chronic illness.
    Collaboration and a common language among healthcare practitioners are
    essential for effective and efficient care.
    Technology can support personalized care at scale and improve health
    outcomes. Permaculture and biodynamic farming are expected to blossom in
    the next decade.
    Community participation is crucial in building a sustainable future.
    Cancer is becoming a significant issue, particularly in younger
    generations.
    Nasha's work has the potential to catalyze into something bigger than
    imagined.
    Expressing gratitude and recognizing the wisdom and foresight in Nasha's
    mission.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction and Background
    06:01 The Slow Evolution of Medicine
    15:36 Building a New System
    21:45 Challenges in the Current Model
    25:41 Creating a New Framework
    32:21 The Power of Community
    36:23 The Importance of a Common Language
    41:24 Building a New System
    46:11 Personalization at Scale
    47:28 The Future of Permaculture and Biodynamic Farming
    48:09 Acknowledging Community Participation
    49:05 The Growing Issue of Cancer
    50:33 Recognizing Nasha's Impact and Vision
    51:18 Expressing Gratitude and Looking Forward

    • 55 min
    Liquid Biopsies: How Your Blood Can Guide Your Cancer Care with Dr. Vineet Datta

    Liquid Biopsies: How Your Blood Can Guide Your Cancer Care with Dr. Vineet Datta

    Summary

    Dr. Vineet Datta discusses the complexity of cancer and the need for a multiomics approach in oncology. He challenges the traditional approach to oncology and highlights the limitations of current methods. Dr. Datta emphasizes the importance of early detection and the impact of late-stage diagnosis on survival. He also discusses the potential of targeted precision testing and the future of precision medicine. The conversation explores the need for an integrative approach that considers lifestyle factors and preventive healthcare measures. The conversation explores the concept of personalized cancer treatment and the future of oncology care. It discusses the importance of understanding the evolving personality of cancer and using meaningful data to tailor therapies. The conversation also highlights the role of addressing inflammation and supporting patients for better treatment outcomes. Overall, the conversation leaves a sense of optimism for the future of oncology care and the potential to redefine the landscape of cancer treatment.

    Episode References: 

    ► Datar Cancer Genetics: https://datarpgx.com/

    ► Website: https://www.drnasha.com/

    ► Terrain Advocate Program: https://tap.terrain.network/

    ► Practitioner Program: https://matc.terrain.network/

    ► Find a Doctor: https://my.terrain.network/

    ► Dr. Nasha Products: https://www.drnashaapproved.com/

    ► The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: https://a.co/d/44kHGOS 

    ► Podcast: https://metabolicmatters.org/

    ► Instagram:   / drnashawinters   

    Takeaways

    The complexity of cancer requires a multiomics approach that goes beyond genetics.

    Late-stage diagnosis significantly impacts survival rates, highlighting the need for early detection strategies.

    Targeted precision testing and multi-analyte molecular analytical platforms offer potential for personalized treatment approaches.

    Integrative approaches that consider lifestyle factors and preventive healthcare measures are crucial in improving outcomes. Personalized cancer treatment involves tailoring therapies based on the evolving personality of cancer and meaningful data.

    Addressing inflammation and supporting patients can lead to better treatment outcomes.

    The future of oncology care lies in a distinct roadmap for each patient, whether in a preventative, treatment, or maintenance state.

    The conversation highlights the importance of education and collaboration in implementing personalized cancer treatment.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction to Dr. Vineet Datta

    02:18 Transition from Clinical Environment to Genomics Enthusiast

    05:01 Challenging the Traditional Approach to Oncology

    06:22 The Complexity of Cancer and its Origins

    10:13 The Importance of Multiomics Approach

    14:13 The Limitations of Current Approaches

    21:11 Reframing Treatment Failure and Clinical Trials

    23:56 Late Stage, Non-Responsive Refractory Cancers

    28:03 Late Detection and Impact on Survival

    29:32 Impact of Failed Treatments on Successive Cycles

    31:23 Understanding the Complexity and Heterogeneity of Cancer

    36:04 Targeted Precision Testing and Multi-Analyte Molecular Analytical Platform

    45:42 The Future of Precision Medicine and Integrative Approaches

    52:53 Personalized Cancer Treatment

    53:40 The Future of Oncology Care

    • 1 hr 2 min
    From Soil to Cell: The Impact of Environmental Toxins on Metabolic and Microbiome Health

    From Soil to Cell: The Impact of Environmental Toxins on Metabolic and Microbiome Health

    Dr. Lyn Patrick discusses the impact of glyphosate on metabolic healthand the microbiome. She highlights the importance of understanding the effects of biocides on human health and the environment. Dr. Patrick emphasizes the need to outlaw the production and use of pesticides, particularly glyphosate. She also suggests filtering water and consuming an all-organic diet as ways to reduce glyphosate exposure. Dr. Patrick shares research on the effects of glyphosate on pregnant women and the importance of further investigation into the sources of glyphosate contamination. In this conversation, Lyn Patrick and Nasha discuss various topics related to environmental medicine and health. They cover
    the importance of filtration for avoiding contaminants like glyphosate, the accessibility of healthy food and filtration systems for low-income individuals, the cost of conventional vs. organic diets, and the role of air and water filtration in protecting against toxins. They also discuss the dangers of cell phone radiation and the benefits of sauna and cold plunge for metabolic health. The conversation concludes with a call to action for individuals to get involved in advocacy and activism for environmental health.

    Episode References:
    ► Lyn Patrick ND Website: https://emeiglobal.com/
    ► Website: https://www.drnasha.com/
    ► Terrain Advocate Program: https://tap.terrain.network/
    ► Practitioner Program: https://matc.terrain.network/
    ► Find a Doctor: https://my.terrain.network/
    ► Dr. Nasha Products: https://www.drnashaapproved.com/
    ► The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: https://a.co/d/44kHGOS
    ► Podcast: https://metabolicmatters.org/
    ► Instagram: / drnashawinters

    Takeaways

    Glyphosate, the most commonly used herbicide, is a significant
    contributor to metabolic dysfunction and non-alcoholic fatty liver
    disease.
    Glyphosate can disrupt the microbiome and lead to dysbiosis, leaky gut, and systemic inflammation.
    Reducing glyphosate exposure can be achieved through filtering water and consuming an all-organic diet.
    Glyphosate-free certifications for food products are available and can help reduce glyphosate exposure.
    Further research is needed to understand the sources and routes of
    glyphosate contamination and its impact on human health. Filtration
    systems for air and water are essential for avoiding contaminants like glyphosate and other toxins.
    Access to healthy food and filtration systems should be available to
    low-income individuals, and there are resources and workarounds to make this possible.
    Contrary to popular belief, an organic diet can be cost-comparable to a conventional diet when whole foods are purchased and prepared at home.
    Simple lifestyle changes, such as avoiding cell phone radiation, using saunas and cold plunges, and getting involved in advocacy, can contribute to better health and a more sustainable future.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction and Background
    02:24 Dr. Lyn Patrick's Work in HIV/AIDS and Environmental Medicine
    10:26 Glyphosate and Metabolic Health
    24:46 Impact of Glyphosate on the Microbiome
    27:46 Effects of Glyphosate on the Terrain
    31:41 Creating Hope and Taking Action
    41:00 Glyphosate and the Need for Filtration
    42:21 Workarounds for Low-Income Individuals
    44:18 The Cost of Conventional vs. Organic Diets
    45:30 Access to Healthy Food for Low-Income Individuals
    46:28 Water and Air Filtration
    48:24 Air Filtration for Mold Exposure
    52:49 The Importance of Ventilation and Gas Appliances
    54:58 Simple Lifestyle Changes for Health and Sustainability
    56:56 The Dangers of Cell Phone Radiation
    01:00:21 Sauna and Cold Plunge for Metabolic Health
    01:04:27 Advocacy and Activism for Environmental Health

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Talkin' Bout A Revolution with Brad and Maggie Jones

    Talkin' Bout A Revolution with Brad and Maggie Jones

    In this conversation, Nasha interviews Brad and Maggie Jones, who share
    their journey with cancer and the transformative power of the metabolic
    approach. Brad and Maggie discuss how they met, the challenges they
    faced, and the impact of cancer on their lives. They emphasize the
    importance of a supportive partner and the power of mindset in healing.
    They also highlight the need for a metabolic approach to cancer and how
    it can enhance the efficacy of standard care treatments. The
    conversation concludes with the birth of their docu-series and their
    mission to spread awareness about the metabolic approach to cancer. Brad
    and Maggie Jones discuss their journey of creating the documentary
    'Cancer: The Integrative Perspective' and the challenges they faced in
    condensing complex information. They share the feedback and reception
    they have received, as well as the availability and funding of the
    documentary. They express hope for the future of cancer treatment and
    the growing interest in cancer metabolism. The conversation ends with
    gratitude and a reflection on the impact they hope to make.

    Episode References:
    ► Docu-series: https://cancerevolution.film
    ► CancerEvolution Youtube: https://www.youTube.com/cancerevolutiondoc
    ► CancerEvolution Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/cancerevolutiondoc
    ► Website: https://www.drnasha.com/
    ► Terrain Advocate Program: https://tap.terrain.network/
    ► Practitioner Program: https://matc.terrain.network/
    ► Find a Doctor: https://my.terrain.network/
    ► Dr. Nasha Products: https://www.drnashaapproved.com/
    ► The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: https://a.co/d/44kHGOS
    ► Podcast: https://metabolicmatters.org/
    ► Instagram: / drnashawinters

    Takeaways

    The metabolic approach to cancer can enhance the efficacy of standard
    care treatments and improve quality of life.
    Support from a partner or loved one is crucial in navigating a cancer
    journey.
    Cancer can be a transformative experience that leads to personal growth
    and a new perspective on life.
    The metabolic approach to cancer is not limited to cancer patients and
    can benefit overall health and prevention of chronic diseases. Creating a
    documentary on cancer requires condensing complex information into a
    digestible format.
    The reception and feedback for 'Cancer: The Integrative Perspective' has
    been positive, with many viewers finding it informative and inspiring.
    Funding and availability of the documentary are important factors in
    reaching a wider audience.
    There is hope for the future of cancer treatment, as more researchers
    and practitioners are exploring the role of cancer metabolism.
    Brad and Maggie Jones are grateful for the opportunity to make a
    difference and leave a legacy in the field of cancer treatment.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction and Honoring the Guests
    01:13 How Their Story Started
    02:32 How Brad and Maggie Met
    05:26 Brad's Perspective as a Partner
    08:34 Maggie's Personal Experience and Perspective
    13:36 The Power of Cancer as a Messenger
    16:08 The Transformation and Growth from Cancer
    18:52 The Impact of Cancer on Brad
    21:00 The Metabolic Approach Beyond Cancer
    25:22 The Importance of Metabolic Health
    26:58 Describing the Metabolic Approach to Cancer
    30:29 The Integration of Standard of Care and Metabolic Approach
    36:09 The Birth of the Docu-Series
    38:00 The Journey Begins
    38:28 Creating the Documentary
    39:25 Gathering Experts
    40:23 The Challenge of Condensing Information
    41:12 Feedback and Reception
    42:01 Availability and Funding
    43:26 Impact and Standalone Episodes
    43:59 Reception and Feedback
    46:31 Continuing the Journey
    47:11 The Surprising Lack of Knowledge
    50:11 Hope for the Future
    53:29 Gratitude and Legacy

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Metabolic Matters: Raj Jana's Journey from Petroleum Engineer to Emotional Resilience

    Metabolic Matters: Raj Jana's Journey from Petroleum Engineer to Emotional Resilience

    Raj shares his journey from being a petroleum engineer to becoming passionate about precision emotional healing. He defines emotional intelligence as the ability to be aware of and regulate emotions, communicate emotions effectively, and have empathy for others. Emotional resilience, on the other hand, is the result of developing emotional intelligence and being able to navigate challenges with grace. The concept of precision emotional healing is introduced as a data-driven approach to understanding and addressing emotions. The application of precision emotional healing in cancer care is discussed, highlighting the importance of emotional resilience throughout the cancer journey. In this conversation, Raj and Nasha discuss the transformative power of emotional healing in the context of cancer. They explore the journey of self-discovery and finding purpose beyond a diagnosis. The importance of emotional well-being and its impact on overall health is emphasized. The conversation concludes with gratitude and hope for the future.


    Episode References:
    ► Liber8: https://liber8.health/mtih
    ► Website: https://www.drnasha.com/
    ► Terrain Advocate Program: https://tap.terrain.network/
    ► Practitioner Program: https://matc.terrain.network/
    ► Find a Doctor: https://my.terrain.network/
    ► Dr. Nasha Products: https://www.drnashaapproved.com/
    ► The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: https://a.co/d/44kHGOS
    ► Podcast: https://metabolicmatters.org/
    ► Instagram: / drnashawinters

    Takeaways

    Emotional intelligence involves being aware of and regulating emotions, communicating emotions effectively, and having empathy for others.
    Emotional resilience is the result of developing emotional intelligence and being able to navigate challenges with grace.
    Precision emotional healing is a data-driven approach to understanding and addressing emotions.
    Precision emotional healing has utility in cancer care, helping individuals develop emotional resilience throughout their cancer journey. Emotional healing and self-reflection are essential components of the cancer journey.
    Finding purpose and support in a community setting can be transformative.
    Creating emotional well-being is crucial for overall health and resilience.
    Expressing gratitude and embracing future possibilities can bring hope and positivity.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction and Podcasting
    01:27 Raj's Journey to Precision Emotional Healing
    08:57 Defining Emotional Intelligence
    12:13 Defining Emotional Resilience
    27:59 Introduction to Precision Emotional Healing
    31:26 The Evolution of Precision Emotional Healing for Cancer
    43:59 The Utility of Liberate in Cancer Care
    46:56 Transformation and Self-Discovery
    47:24 Finding Purpose and Support
    48:24 Emotional Healing and Self-Reflection
    49:24 Creating Emotional Well-being
    50:14 Gratitude and Future Possibilities
    51:00 Appreciation and Connection

    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Glitteree ,

Amazing!

I’m so excited to have this invaluable source of information every week!

I listen to Nasha on so many other podcasts, and I always look forward to hearing her insights, learning from her experiences and sharing in the knowledge of all of the other brilliant people in her community.

This podcast as much needed and appreciated!

Metabolic health fan ,

Powerful

Nasha Winters is a great interviewer and knows how to connect the dots to make her podcasts not only insightful but also informative and thought provoking. It takes you deeper and makes you think.

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