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The most engaging conversation between health professionals happens in chance meetings in the hallways. During these moments so much is learned .*One Thing* brings together thought leaders in conversation and we share it with health enthusiasts , practitioners, and learners. Our conversations primarily focus on one significant thing in the arenas of gut health, brain health, immune system, metabolism, performance, and aging . This for clinicians and patients alike who are insightful and motivated.

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One Thing with Dr. Adam Rinde Dr. Adam Rinde

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 17 Ratings

The most engaging conversation between health professionals happens in chance meetings in the hallways. During these moments so much is learned .*One Thing* brings together thought leaders in conversation and we share it with health enthusiasts , practitioners, and learners. Our conversations primarily focus on one significant thing in the arenas of gut health, brain health, immune system, metabolism, performance, and aging . This for clinicians and patients alike who are insightful and motivated.

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    Episode 96: Managing Hot Flashes with Hypnotherapy with Claire Hall of Mindset Health

    Episode 96: Managing Hot Flashes with Hypnotherapy with Claire Hall of Mindset Health

    Claire Hall, a researcher at Mindset Health, joins us on episode 96 discusses menopause and the effectiveness of hypnotherapy in treating hot flashes.



    Summary of episode:


    Hypnotherapy is an effective non-drug alternative for managing hot flashes, as it has been shown to reduce their frequency and severity. It has shown in trials that hypnotherapy can reduce Hot flash severity by up to 70% . It also seems to be helpful in reducing anxiety and depression and sleep disturbances related to menopause.

    Mindset Health develops hypnotherapy-based apps to deliver evidence-based protocols for various conditions, including irritable bowel syndrome (Nerva app), menopausal hot flashes (Evia app), and smoking cessation (Finito app).


    Menopause is often viewed negatively in society, but it is a natural life transition that involves hormonal changes leading to symptoms such as hot flashes.


    Hypnotherapy works by guiding patients into a deeply relaxed state and then providing therapeutic suggestions that reinforce coolness and control over body temperature.


    A study involving 10,000 Evia users found that 70% experienced a clinically significant improvement in vasomotor symptoms.


    Mindset Health prioritizes publishing both clinical trial data and real-world user data to provide a comprehensive understanding of the effectiveness of their digital therapeutics.


    Hypnotherapy may be more effective than traditional treatments for hot flashes. A study published in the journal Menopause found that women who used hypnotherapy to treat their hot flashes had a 70% reduction in symptoms, compared to a 20% reduction in women who used hormone therapy.


    Hypnotherapy may help to reduce anxiety and depression during menopause. A study published in the journal Maturitas found that women who used hypnotherapy to treat their hot flashes experienced a significant reduction in anxiety and depression symptoms.


    Hypnotherapy may help to improve sleep quality during menopause. A study published in the journal Sleep found that women who used hypnotherapy to treat their hot flashes experienced a significant improvement in their sleep quality.


    Hypnotherapy is a safe and effective treatment for hot flashes that has no side effects. Unlike hormone therapy, hypnotherapy has no known side effects, making it a safe and effective option for women who are looking to relieve their hot flashes.

    about Claire Hall

    Claire is the Research Lead at Mindset Health, a digital therapeutic company that uses hypnotherapy based protocols to help people manage their health. Claire was on the founding team at Mindset Health and has helped grow the company into a model for how health tech companies should prioritize strong clinical research in the digital therapeutic world.


    Links of Interest:

    www.mindsethealth.com

    Evia App for Menopause care


    Snyder M, Elkins GR. Characteristics of Users of a Digital Hypnotherapy Intervention for Hot Flashes: Retrospective Study. JMIR Form Res. 2024 Mar 14;8:e53555. doi: 10.2196/53555. PMID: 38483465; PMCID: PMC10979336.






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    • 50 min
    Episode 95: Vascular health and the Glycocalyx with Dr. Kristine Burke

    Episode 95: Vascular health and the Glycocalyx with Dr. Kristine Burke

    Welcome to Episode 95: Cardiovascular endothelium health with Dr. Kristine Burke


    podcast is dedicated to Alzheimer’s Prevention and Reversal Project Foundation. If we reach 500 listens within
    the first 30 days, we will make a donation in honor of our guest Dr. Burke.



    Episode 95: Cardiovascular endothelium health with Dr. Kristine Burke



    In this episode we discuss:


    The endothelial glycocalyx and its importance in cardiovascular health.
    Vascular inflammation markers and their impact on cardiovascular health.
    Using non-invasive tests to assess cardiovascular health.
    Glycocalyx strengthening nutrients and compounds
    Nutrition and supplements for vascular health.
    Cardiovascular health and treatment options.

    About Dr. Burke

    Kristine Burke, MD is a triple board-certified Functional
    Medicine Physician, Entrepreneur, Author, Educator, and Researcher. She is an
    expert in the reversal and prevention of chronic diseases such as dementia,
    diabetes, heart attacks and strokes. She has a special focus on mold-related
    illness and its connection to many conditions including research into reversing
    the cognitive decline of Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia. She teaches
    Functional Medicine in her role as Asst Clinical Professor of Preventive
    Medicine at Loma Linda University School of Medicine and has also had the
    pleasure of being an educator for IFM. She is the Founder and Medical Director
    of True Health Center for Precision Medicine in Northern California - a
    multi-disciplinary practice that delivers personalized primary care with a
    proprietary data-driven wellness plan that has successfully prevented any heart
    attacks from occurring among its patients for over a decade. The center also
    provides an array of specialized consultation services to define and address
    the root causes of disease so that every day we can reverse chronic illness to
    help people reclaim their health.


    Social Links:


    www.truehealthcfm.com

    @truehealthcfm

    @drkristineburke

    @qlaritybreastimagingedh




























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    • 43 min
    Holiday interlude 2023

    Holiday interlude 2023

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    • 4 min
    Episode 94: Calm Living ; Navigating Anxiety with Candice Esposito, ND

    Episode 94: Calm Living ; Navigating Anxiety with Candice Esposito, ND

    In this episode I have the great honor of interviewing someone I have admired for over 10-years. DR. Candice Esposito.


    Candice an expert in living calmly and navigating anxiety:

    In this episode we discuss:


    Overcoming anxiety through self-awareness and acceptance and how trauma and personal mis-alignment are the root of many illnesses.
    The healing trap; where we get stuck feeling we are broken.
    Being a health creator and creating a new reality.
    Nervous system regulation
    Presence as the opposite of anxiety
    The Health Creation Blueprint, a 9-step process that helps individuals identify and address root causes of concerns, such as trauma and living out of alignment with their true selves.




    About Dr. Candice Esposito:

    Candice went from not being able to leave her apartment due to crippling social anxiety and depression to becoming a Naturopathic Doctor and creating The Calm Living Blueprint to help others heal their mental health issues.

    Today, she teaches high-achieving, spiritually minded entrepreneurs to overcome chronic health issues without the use of antidepressants, restrictive diets or having to work harder so that they love their lives and themselves again.

    www. thehealthcreators.com⁠








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    • 54 min
    Episode 93: The Immune system and Mental health with Dr. Emily Gutierrez

    Episode 93: The Immune system and Mental health with Dr. Emily Gutierrez

    I'm delighted to be back with for episode 93 of Season Six of The One Thing podcast.

    This episode comes at an opportune time as many individuals are grappling with shifts in their mental well-being due to seasonal changes, alterations in weather, and fluctuations in the natural environment.

    There my be worsening ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Autism, or PANS/PANDAS fluctuations especially with viral/flu season upon us.

    These changes can often spark curiosity about the reasons behind these fluctuations.

    What does the immune system have to do on with mental health and behavior?When considering the crucial link between the immune system and mental health, I couldn't think of a more suitable guest than Dr. Emily Gutierrez, whom I had the pleasure of meeting through IntelxxDNA.

    Her expertise lies in comprehending the intersection of nutrition, the immune system, and mental health. Specifically, she focuses on how genetics and nutrition influence cognitive functions in individuals with conditions like ADHD, anxiety, depression, autism, and pans/ pandas, and more. Her profound knowledge in these areas is evident throughout this episode as she provides a well-structured framework for understanding the interplay between mental health and the immune system, exploring various factors driving immune responses.Notably, neurotransmitters like glutamate play a pivotal role in the realm of mental health, a topic we delve deeply into during our discussion. We touch upon which genetic elements contribute to immune system activation, as well as the environmental triggers that impact both the immune system and mental well-being.About: DR. EMILY GUTIERREZ, DNP, CPNP, APRN, PMHS, IFM-CPDr. Gutierrez is a doctor of nursing practice and pediatric nurse practitioner that has been providing pediatric functional medicine care to patients for over a decade. She received her doctorate from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, and her masters degree as a pediatric nurse practitioner at the University of Texas in Austin, TX. Dr. Gutierrez is board certified in functional medicine by the Institute of Functional Medicine in addition to dual board certifications by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board as both a pediatric nurse practitioner and a primary care mental health specialist. Dr. Gutierrez is adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University and a fellow of the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs. She has a busy pediatric functional medicine practice in Austin, Texas, and also is a founder of Neuro Nutrients, a nutraceutical company that provides custom formulations for supporting mental health needs naturally.Socials:

    Website:

    Instagram


    See below for resources mentioned in the episode:

    ⁠Glutamate Support- Calming Support⁠⁠

    Glutamate Support- NAC 800mg⁠

    ⁠Serotonin Support- Mood Support⁠⁠



    Haroon, E., Miller, A. & Sanacora, G. Inflammation, Glutamate, and Glia: A Trio of Trouble in Mood Disorders. Neuropsychopharmacol 42, 193–215 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/npp.2016.19⁠9






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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Episode 92. Treating the Gut with Dr. Ilana Gurevich

    Episode 92. Treating the Gut with Dr. Ilana Gurevich

    Welcome to season 6 everyone! High-fives and fist-pounds all-round the room.

    I am always thrilled to bring on another gut specialist and Dr. Ilana Gurevich was so gracious to appear on the podcast this week.

    She is a licensed acupuncturist and Naturopathic Physician in the Portland, Oregon area. She has a clinic called Open Wellness Pdx where she specializes in all things gut health. In addition, she hosts a new podcast called The Turd Nerds . And, she is the President of the Gastroenterology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (GastroANP) which is a board certification and continuing education organization for digestive health focused naturopathic physicians. Finally she is an instructor in Neural Therapy at Learn Neural Therapy.

    We had a delightful conversation about some areas that are emerging in digestive health such as the virome, the enteric nervous system, mitochondrial health, phage therapy, biofilm, small intestine microbiome, and the impact of ferments on food.

    She also shared about Ozone Therapy a treatment she uses in IBD flare-ups .

    Please enjoy! I am dedication this episode in honor of one of my core mentors in medicine and gastro health; Dr. Trina Seligman. In her honor , the podcast will be making donation the Crohn's and Colitis foundation once the episode reaches 100 plays.



    About our guest

    Ilana Gurevich, ND, LAC, MSOM, is a naturopathic digestive disease expert and founder of Open Wellness PDX. Local residents in Portland, Oregon, have a wonderful resource in Dr. Gurevich for their gastrointestinal health concerns.  

    With over 15 years of experience, Dr. Gurevich practices holistic approaches to help restore your body’s natural ability to heal, when traditional methods have failed to treat and improve the underlying cause of your pain or disease. 

    If you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Crohn's disease, or ulcerative colitis, Dr. Gurevich provides quality treatment options to help improve your symptoms and overall health. 

    She works alongside each patient, with them having an active role in their health care, to find the best solution for their needs. Everyone’s body works in unique ways, so Dr. Gurevich develops custom treatment plans that address your whole-person. 

    Dr. Gurevich received her medical education from the oldest accredited naturopathic medical school in the country, the National University of Natural Medicine. 

    She is a board-certified naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist. Her specialties include Western and Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional supplements, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, and nutrition education.

    Residents in Portland, Oregon, who are searching for a skilled and understanding naturopathic gastroenterologist, should schedule a time to meet with Dr. Gurevich and her team at Open Wellness PDX to learn more about their treatment options.



          Open Wellness PDX✆ Phone (appointments): 503-974-1623Address: 2330 NW Flanders St, Ste 101-A, Portland, OR 972104.92


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This podcast by Dr. Rinde is a must-listen for anyone looking to unlock their full potential. Dr. Rinde's expertise, combined with the incredible lineup of guests, provides a wealth of health knowledge and inspiration. Prepare to be motivated, enlightened, and armed with the tools to make a lasting impact in every aspect of your life. Give yourself the gift of knowledge and subscribe to The One Thing Podcast today, I know I have!

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