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(Ep. 142) Cindy Kaza on Her Growth and Abilities on Connecting with the Spirit World and Her Perspective on Life After Death
Psychic medium and artist, Cindy Kaza joins me on this fascinating episode to discuss her ability on connecting with the spirit world. We talk about her journey since she was a child, her first experience with a spirit, and her evolution on communicating with the afterlife.
We also talks about her travels around the world and how other cultures perceive mediums, psychic abilities and what death means to them.
Cindy is also an amazing artist who channels spirit guides and creates super unique drawings using charcoal, soft pastels and acrylic.
Check out Cindy's upcoming live events on her website, her classes on mediumship and her art on CindyKazaMedium.com
(Ep. 141) A Step-by-Step Guide in Building Your Dream Body with Ashley Richmond
Writer, athlete and coach Ashley Richmond joins me on this episode to discuss her research and experimentation with the most effective system for building muscle + losing fat. We go over a step-by-step process for you to build your most efficient dream body.
Ashley is a member of the New Zealand national women’s hockey team. She has an MSc(Psychology) with supporting papers in nutrition, sports nutrition, and sports psychology.
(Ep. 140) Solo Episode - Medicine 3.0 and Receiving Some Surprising Lab Results
I grab the mic to discuss my latest lab test results and how I'm shocked that my ApoB came out much higher than anticipated. This is a protein that can be used to determine heart disease risk. I discuss the differences between Medicine 2.0 (attacking the issue after you have it) and Medicine 3.0 (preventing the issue before it occurs). Below are extra biomarkers that Dr. Peter Attia recommends we get tested.
Coronary calcium scan
A screening that looks for calcium deposits in the heart’s arteries—to determine risk for cardiovascular disease. This test involves a CT scan of your heart, which is then used to give you a calcium score. The higher your score, the more likely you are to develop heart disease.
In addition to a standard annual blood test—which includes a basic metabolic panel and a complete blood count (CBC)—Attia also recommends five preventative tests:
Lipoprotein (a) (Lp(a)-P): Certain LPA gene expressions are linked to an increased risk for blood vessel diseases, stroke, and heart attack. You only need to get this test done once to uncover your genotype.
APOE Gene: This one time test can determine your risk for neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.
ApoB: This test measures ApoB levels, the main protein found in the “bad” low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, and can be used to determine heart disease risk.
OGTT with insulin measurements: This test has more sensitivity and specificity than a typical A1C glucose test when used to diagnose pre-diabetes.
ALT: This test can indicate fatty liver disease risk. When alanine transaminase (ALT)—an enzyme that is released when your liver is injured or damaged—levels are high, it may indicate that your liver isn’t functioning optimally.
(Ep. 139) Behind the Scenes of Love is Blind, Happiness and Her Journey with Self Love
Taylor Rue from Season 5 of Love is Blind joins me on this episode to discuss her journey and steps she's taken for positive growth, self love and happiness. We dive into behind the scenes of her time on set and she answers many of the questions we all want to know!
Tik Tok: @TaylorMRue
Cameo: Taylor Rue
(Ep. 138) From a Life in Disarray and Addiction to Pushing Physical Limits with Ultra Habits and Discipline
Ultra-endurance athlete, podcast host and business coach, RJ Singh, joins me on this episode for his one-of-a-kind story and journey through life that has reached the lowest of lows to a comeback for the ages.
RJ spent years with the wrong crowd making some bad decisions and battling addictions with some powerful drugs which actually led to incarceration. His life seemed to get worse as soon as he hit rock bottom, but with a mindset switch and sticking to discipline and great habits, he was able to pull a complete 180.
He's now an ultra-endurance athlete, challenging himself to some of the hardest races in the world as well as having his eyes on breaking the 24 hour burpee record. RJ is a podcast host of Ultra Habits and has been coaching individuals for over 10 years — establishing The Ultrahabits Way; a personalised habits-based transformation program focused on strengthening individuals through optimizing their core habits.
(Ep. 137) Solo Episode - Becoming a Father - My Honest Thoughts, Excitement and Looking Ahead
I recently found out that I'm going to be a dad in the spring of 2024! I'm super excited as this is a day I've been looking forward to for years, but I'm also a bit nervous with some anxieties. I recognize the responsibilities that come with being a dad but I'm venturing into the world of the unknown for me. Can you relate?
Ryan is soul joy! 🌈
Ryan is an AWESOME human and host. Greatrange of topics and guests. Excellent interview style. A must livsten to boost your joy and happiness. Thank you for brining a feel good show to the world and our hearts, Ryan!
Now I need to head across the pond for a cup of coffee in a school bus!
Brining Sunshine and Joy
I very much enjoy listening in on these conversations. That’s what they feel like, like real people talking about how they look for and find Joy in there everyday lives. This is a relatable hour+ that will make you smile and think. Ryan always brings on interesting guests and topics and keeps it positive which we desperately need these days. Worth your time to check it out and learn about something new.