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On the Nutrigenomic Nation Podcast with Brian Highfield, health professionals talk secrets about nutrition and science based wellness techniques rooted inside your DNA. They share ways to live a natural life
and the life-changing affects good nutrition can have, and the amazing results you can get by making simple changes to your daily routine.
Host Brian Highfield is a nutritionist, author, speaker, and founder of many successful health companies. He educates other healthcare professionals in improving their life and their health through novel breakthroughs in the health and wellness industry.

Nutrigenomic Nation Brian Highfield

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On the Nutrigenomic Nation Podcast with Brian Highfield, health professionals talk secrets about nutrition and science based wellness techniques rooted inside your DNA. They share ways to live a natural life
and the life-changing affects good nutrition can have, and the amazing results you can get by making simple changes to your daily routine.
Host Brian Highfield is a nutritionist, author, speaker, and founder of many successful health companies. He educates other healthcare professionals in improving their life and their health through novel breakthroughs in the health and wellness industry.

    Dr. Lauren Tessier, ND at Life After Mold

    Dr. Lauren Tessier, ND at Life After Mold

    Dr. Lauren Tessier is a Naturopathic Physician licensed by the state of Vermont. Her practice, Life After Mold, uses a patient centered approach to help recover those suffering from mold related illness. Her approach is informed by my Naturopathic Medical education, in combination with Functional and Integrative Medicine. These tools allow her to truly address the entire person who establishes care with her. 
    Listen to this informative Nutrigenomic Nation episode with Dr. Laruen Tessier about treating chronic inflammatory response syndrome as a result of exposer to mold. 
    Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:
    ●    How there are thousands of different kinds of mold.
    ●    Why toxic mold is really bad for our systems and hard to cleanse.
    ●    How the gut needs to be repaired before detox can begin.
    ●    Why many patients come to see her as a last resort.
    ●    How patients shouldn’t have to use her as a last resort.
     
    Connect with Laruen: 
    Guest Contact Info:
    Twitter
    @LifeAfterMold
    Instagram
    @lifeaftermold
    Facebook
    facebook.com/lifeaftermold
    LinkedIn
    linkedin.com/in/lauren-tessier-4a9a7867

    Connect with Brian:
    Website
    thebeardedphilosopher.com
    biohackyour.life
    Facebook
    @Nutregenomicnation
    Instagram
    @therealbeardedphilosopher

    • 21 min
    Dr. Ryan McNally: Medical Director of Aspire Regenerative

    Dr. Ryan McNally: Medical Director of Aspire Regenerative

    Dr. Ryan McNally is the Medical Director of Aspire Regenerative a state-of-the art medical facility delivering integrative and technologically advanced medical care. He is responsible for leading and managing the vision of Aspire, while developing and implementing the science, research, and technology. Dr. McNally also serves as a clinician holding two medical licenses in the state of California as a Naturopathic Doctor and PA. In addition, he holds multiple certifications in regenerative medicine, aesthetics, and injection therapies. He is the former chief medical officer at Bastyr University California where he remains as an adjunct faculty member. In addition, he is also a faculty member at the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. He has held positions with the United Nations World Food Programme and the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. During his residency program, Dr. McNally trained under the distinguished physician David L. Katz, MD, MPH of Yale University. Dr. McNally is a renowned and sought-after educator and speaker at conferences and universities, and is often featured as a content expert in podcasts, articles, magazines, and is published in peer-reviewed professional journals. 
    Listen to this informative Nutrigenomic Nation episode with Dr. Ryan McNally about regenerative medicine. 
    Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:
    ●    Why most young people heal faster than older individuals.
    ●    How regenerative medicine can be used preventatively.
    ●    Why nutrition is an integral part to regenerative medicine.
    ●    How micro-nutrients are an important part of everyone’s diet.
    ●    How nutrition plays a role in helping the immune system.
     
    Connect with Dr. Ryan McNally:
    Links Mentioned:
    aspireregenerativehealth.com

    Guest Contact Info:
    Twitter
    @AspireRegen_
    Instagram
    @aspireregenerative
    Facebook
    facebook.com/AspireRegen
    LinkedIn
    linkedin.com/company/aspire-regenerative

    Connect with Brian:
    Website
    thebeardedphilosopher.com
    biohackyour.life
    Facebook
    @Nutregenomicnation
    Instagram
    @therealbeardedphilosopher

    • 28 min
    Brittany Ferri, OTR/L, CPRP at Simplicity of Health

    Brittany Ferri, OTR/L, CPRP at Simplicity of Health

    Brittany Ferri is an occupational therapist and the founder of Simplicity of Health. She has training as an anxiety treatment specialist, certified psychiatric rehab practitioner, and clinical trauma specialist.
    Brittany is passionate about health promotion and disease prevention for individuals from all walks of life. Each day, she uses her expertise in clinical care, writing, integrative mental health, and wellness education to assist her clients in their journeys toward improved health. 
    Listen to this informative Nutrigenomic Nation episode with Brittany Ferri about nutrition impacting people’s minds and bodies. 
    Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:
    ●    Why nutritional deficits can cause major damage to the body.
    ●    How it’s difficult for people’s bodies to get rid of toxins.
    ●    Why people need to avoid processed and pre-packaged foods.
    ●    How toxins make people sluggish, affecting their mental health.
    ●    Why people need to change their eating habits for adequate nutrition.
     
    Connect with Brittany:
    Guest Contact Info:
    Website
    www.simplicityofhealth.com
      LinkedIn
    linkedin.com/in/brittanyferri

    Connect with Brian:
    Website
    thebeardedphilosopher.com
    biohackyour.life
    Facebook
    @Nutregenomicnation
    Instagram
    @therealbeardedphilosopher

    • 18 min
    Dr. Sarita Cox: Founder at Advancement of Oriental Medicine

    Dr. Sarita Cox: Founder at Advancement of Oriental Medicine

    Dr. Sartia Cox founded the non- profit organization, Advancement of Oriental Medicine in Alabama, which serves as the Alabama state association. She is also involved in the movement to modify the restrictions on her profession in Mississippi led by Mississippi Oriental Medicine Association. She works at Choctaw Health Center in the Pearl River Community providing integrative health care in the Indian tribal hospital system. As a healthcare practitioner, she meets patients where they are and engage in a healing journey together.

    As a teacher and educator, Sarita lectures on the subject of wellness and seasonal health care. She believes that self-care and development, awareness, evolution, and love are the principle techniques that promote health and healing. Her clinical pearls are packaged and available as Element Wisdom card decks. She argues that simultaneous cultivation and re-wilding us leads to the perfect and dynamic change of the earth and provides a gateway to reconnect to our essential and pure source within and without. Sarita offers social media inspiration, Cultivating Wellness blog posts and programs on Element Wisdom: syncing to the perfect and dynamic cycles and seasons of change on this precious earth.

    As an earth steward, Sarita is developing and tending an urban food forest that is the site of her primary practice and wellness resource to her Tuscaloosa community. She continues to study Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture in apprentice and discipleship settings with the foremost teachers in the field while working to promote healthcare integration in the South. The teachings, poetry, words and thoughts of masters, mystics, prophets, saviors, saints along with the people, animals, plants, and planet she knows and continues to learn about have a deep impact on her life.
     
    Listen to this informative Nutrigenomic Nation episode with Dr. Sarita Cox about the benefits of botanical medicine.
     
    Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:
    ●    How allergies and food sensitives are a sign of imbalance.
    ●    Why people have to start where they and have their own plan to make a change.
    ●    How nutrition is preventative care and long-term medicine.
    ●    Why stress is poorly impacting our health right now.
    ●    How you can upregulate your immune system by eating the right foods.
     
    Connect with Sarita:
    Guest Contact Info:
    Instagram
    @drsaritacox
    Facebook
    facebook.com/aomalabama

    Connect with Brian:
    Website
    thebeardedphilosopher.com
    biohackyour.life
    Facebook
    @Nutregenomicnation
    Instagram
    @therealbeardedphilosopher

    • 27 min
    Dr. Jillian Finker ND, CNS at Finker Wellness

    Dr. Jillian Finker ND, CNS at Finker Wellness

    Dr. Jillian Finker, Naturopathic Doctor has a private practice in Bellmore, New York. She specializes in women's health and is an expert in natural medicine. Dr. Finker has been selected as the best Alternative Doctor on Long Island for 2011, 2012 and 2013. She has been on various television programs, radio shows and she is a frequent lecturer nationwide. She was the technical editor for Boosting Your Immunity for Dummies, Adrenal Fatigue for Dummies, and is in the process of editing other health books. Her work has been highlighted in First for Women's magazine several times, along with other major journals and publications. It's About Wellness, Naturally her latest publication is available on Amazon.
     
    Listen to this informative Nutrigenomic Nation episode with Dr. Jillian Finker about natural medicine in women’s health.
     
    Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:
    ●    How naturopathic medicine allows for more time with patients.
    ●    Why nutrition is the foundation for our health.
    ●    How different nutrients can turn on and off certain genes.
    ●    Why it’s important for women to take time for self-care.
    ●    How people need to focus on eating real, organic food.
     
    Connect with Jillian
    Website: https://www.drfinker.com/
    Twitter: @drfinker
    Facebook: facebook.com/drfinker

    Connect with Brian:
    Website: thebeardedphilosopher.com
    & biohackyour.life
    Facebook: @Nutregenomicnation
    Instagram: @therealbeardedphilosopher

    • 22 min
    Dr. Shannon Eggleston, Naturopath, HHP at Natural Healing Center

    Dr. Shannon Eggleston, Naturopath, HHP at Natural Healing Center

    Shannon Eggleston is a graduate of Advanced Clinical Training in Nutrition Response Testing. Her studies include Mueller College of Holistic Health, the Southern College of Naturopathy, and the Guan An Min Hospital in China. It was in China where she came to realize the benefits of Chinese medicine, organic foods and supplements, food allergies and metal toxicity.
     
    An established holistic speaker and author, Shannon is a lecturer for Standard Process on nutrition, and has spoken at several companies, schools, colleges, and associations. She has volunteered for many medical mission trips working alongside doctors.
    Fun fact: Shannon was raised in Hawaii and assisted Ironman Triathlon competitors. She also provided nutrition and muscle therapy for the physically demanding commercial salmon fishing industry. You can find her surfing most mornings and sometimes hula dancing!
     
    Listen to this informative Nutrigenomic Nation episode with Shannon Eggleston about Nutrition Response Testing and using nutrition to rebuild bodies.
     
    Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:
    ●    How nutrition affects our overall health and poor nutrition can lead to disease.
    ●    Why it’s important to eat organic non-genetically modified food for good health.
    ●    How you can use a plant-based diet to counteract the toxicity in found in food.
    ●    Why scars can cause people’s bodies to not function at their optimum levels.
    ●    How having electricity roll over your body correctly helps your internal organs.
     
    Connect with Shannon:
    Links Mentioned:
    naturalhealingcenter.us


    Guest Contact Info:
    Instagram
    @naturalhealingoc
    Facebook
    facebook.com/NaturalHealingCenterandInstitute


    Connect with Brian:
    Website
    thebeardedphilosopher.com
    biohackyour.life
    Facebook
    @Nutregenomicnation
    Instagram
    @therealbeardedphilosopher

    • 40 min

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