36 episodes

“Your Life Style Is Your Medicine” is a podcast that focuses on how a person's lifestyle can be the key to health and happiness. Routed in the principles of lifestyle medicine, Ed Paget, osteopath, and exercise scientist, interviews area-specific experts on how lifestyle impacts well-being, focusing on purpose, physical activity, nutrition, sleep, and stress, which could lead to a longer, happier life. Edward now runs immersive lifestyle medicine retreats, with the purpose of helping others take back control of their lives to live longer and healthier.  

Your Lifestyle Is Your Medicine Ed Paget

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“Your Life Style Is Your Medicine” is a podcast that focuses on how a person's lifestyle can be the key to health and happiness. Routed in the principles of lifestyle medicine, Ed Paget, osteopath, and exercise scientist, interviews area-specific experts on how lifestyle impacts well-being, focusing on purpose, physical activity, nutrition, sleep, and stress, which could lead to a longer, happier life. Edward now runs immersive lifestyle medicine retreats, with the purpose of helping others take back control of their lives to live longer and healthier.  

    Episode 36: Diagnosis and Rehabilitation for a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with Dr. Perry Maynard

    Episode 36: Diagnosis and Rehabilitation for a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with Dr. Perry Maynard

    Discover the intricate dance of the brain within our skulls and the surprising ways concussions can occur without a direct blow to the head.
    My guest today is Dr. Perry Maynard, a seasoned board-certified chiropractic neurologist specializing in managing complex neurological cases, including post-concussive syndrome, vertigo, balance disorders, and movement disorders. 
    Dr. Maynard and I explore the perplexing world of concussions, dizziness, and the need for subclassifying concussions to better craft recovery strategies tailored to each individual's unique symptoms, ranging from headaches and mood disturbances to light and sound sensitivity. We share insights into how athletes navigate recovery, often battling maladaptive compensations that can lead to longer-term issues.
    Our conversation doesn't stop at identifying problems; we're here to offer solutions and proactive steps for managing concussion symptoms. Shattering myths of outdated recovery practices, we emphasize the importance of proper diet, supplements, rest, and medical assessment following a concussion. Dr. Maynard and I also cover innovative rehabilitation techniques, including the role of neck strength and visual therapy in both prevention and treatment, underscoring the power of a multifaceted approach to healing the brain. 
    Join us on a journey through the complexities of concussions, and learn about the cutting-edge treatments and preventative measures in this enlightening episode.


    Follow Dr. Perry Maynard 
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.perry.maynard/ 
    Website: https://integratedhealthdenver.com/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/integratedhealthsystems 

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    • 58 min
    Episode 35: How To Treat Diabetes and IBD without drugs? with Dr. Lara May

    Episode 35: How To Treat Diabetes and IBD without drugs? with Dr. Lara May

    Prepare to be enlightened as we journey with Dr. Lara May through the transformative world of functional medicine. Dr. May expertly unveils how addressing the root causes of illness and understanding the body's interconnected systems can lead to lasting wellness instead of merely treating symptoms. 
    Navigating the complexities of clinical studies, this conversation is an eye-opener about the challenges in evidencing the effectiveness of less conventional treatments, which often escape the grasp of randomized, placebo-controlled trials. Dr. May and I dissect the reasons behind these limitations, particularly the financial disincentives associated with studying non-patentable treatments like lifestyle changes. We also confront the need for a more nuanced approach to patient care that considers the individuality of each person's health journey and the intrinsic value in therapies that mainstream research may overlook.
    This episode calls on you to take the reins of your health by integrating mindfulness, movement, and sleep into your daily routine. It isn't just good advice; it's a pathway to transforming your life. Together, we lay out a blueprint for a health narrative that's hopeful and actionable, urging you to embark on a 90-day challenge that could radically shift your path to vitality. For anyone ready to author their own health story, this episode is your invitation to a community that champions proactive living and self-empowerment.


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    Website: https://www.drlaramay.com/

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    • 47 min
    Episode 34: Is Mold Stopping You From Getting Better?

    Episode 34: Is Mold Stopping You From Getting Better?

    Would you believe the very air you're breathing might be sabotaging your health? Imagine my surprise when I learned that mold - something we often dismiss as just a minor annoyance - is actually a silent invader wreaking havoc on our health and well-being. So, I decided it was time to talk about this topic again. And who better to guide us than my guest today, Jason Earle., founder of GotMold? in the MycoLab USA and a self-proclaimed air quality crusader?
    This episode is a revelation, exposing the hidden dangers of household mold and its three main components - spores, mycotoxins, and volatile organic compounds. Jason's own life-altering battle with mold allergies led him to become one of the leading mold experts. His personal journey and professional insights shed light on the unseen perils and the link between mold, dampness, depression, and mental health. We also unravel the unexpected impact of mold in our food supply, especially in imported food, and the alarming role of mycotoxins in triggering health issues.


    But it's not all doom and gloom. Jason shares invaluable tips on mold remediation and water damage prevention. This episode underscores the urgent need for vigilance and proactive measures in managing mold exposure for our overall health and well-being. 
    So tune in, arm yourself with knowledge, and take the first step towards a healthier lifestyle. 
    And don't forget to share your thoughts and ideas - your insights not only enrich our discussions but also help shape the future of this podcast.

    Follow Jason Earle - 
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gotmold/
    Website: https://www.gotmold.com/about/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gotmold 
    Go to  https://www.gotmold.com/lifestyleisyourmedicine/ and get a 10% discount with code lifestyle10 on a mold test kit.

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    • 57 min
    Episode 33: Postpartum muscle dysfunctions and Postnatal recovery with Peter Lap

    Episode 33: Postpartum muscle dysfunctions and Postnatal recovery with Peter Lap

    Pregnancy and childbirth are life-changing experiences for parents; bringing a healthy baby into the world is a wonderful gift. However, this experience alters women forever, emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
    In the podcast episode with Peter Lap, the founder of the Super Affordable Healthy Postnatal Body Program, we delve into the crucial aspect of postnatal exercise and recovery. 
    With his wealth of experience and expertise, Peter is here to shed light on the role of postnatal exercises and how to recover from common muscle dysfunctions associated with childbirth.

    Peter provides valuable insights into accurately measuring and rehabilitating diastasis recti, glute and pelvic floor weakness, urinary incontinence, and back pain.
    This episode is a treasure trove of invaluable insights for those contemplating pregnancy, currently pregnant, or in their postpartum stage.

    Follow Peter Lap
    Instagram: HPNB | Post-Natal Expert
    Website: https://www.healthypostnatalbody.com/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HealthyPostNatalBody/ 
    Email: info@healthypostnatalbody.com 


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    • 45 min
    Episode 32: Reducing Dementia Risk - The Role of Diet, Sleep and Social Interaction with Dr. Tommy Wood

    Episode 32: Reducing Dementia Risk - The Role of Diet, Sleep and Social Interaction with Dr. Tommy Wood

    What do Bruce Willis, Ronald Reagan, Sugar Ray Robinson, Tony Bennet, and Gabriel García Márquez have in common? 
    Besides being well-known worldwide for their talent in their respective fields, such as leaders, writing, music, sports, and acting, they also suffered from a common disease that regular people from all walks of life can be affected by: Alzheimer's and dementia.

    According to the American Alzheimer's Association, more than 6 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer's. An estimated 6.7 million Americans age 65 and older will be living with Alzheimer's in 2023. Seventy-three percent are age 75 or older. About 1 in 9 people age 65 and older (10.7%) has Alzheimer's.

    In today's episode, our guest, Dr. Tommy Wood, assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington, tells us how to decrease the risk of dementia through lifestyle choices to preserve cognitive function.

    Dr. Wood, with his wealth of knowledge, helps us understand the importance of nutrition, physical activity, and sleep while emphasizing the significance of community and stress management.

    During our conversation, we also touched upon the vital role of mental stimulation through hobbies and learning activities in protecting our brains from cognitive decline. We explore the possible benefits of creatine, choline, and omega-3s in concussion prevention and recovery. 

    Tune in as we unravel the profound influence of lifestyle decisions on our brain health and risk of dementia.

    Follow Tommy Wood
    Instagram: Dr. Tommy Wood
    Podcast: Better brain fitness podcast 
    LinkedIn: Dr. Tommy Wood
    Website: Dr. Tommy Wood


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    • 54 min
    Episode 31: Beyond Religion the Spiritual Path with Amrit Singh Reinsch

    Episode 31: Beyond Religion the Spiritual Path with Amrit Singh Reinsch

    What if you could unlock your inner spiritual growth and reshape your relationships through thoughtful conversations? Our latest episode brings you a fascinating discussion with Amrit Singh, a yoga and meditation veteran who shares his journey of spiritual exploration beyond the confines of the religious community.

    We dig into the notion of a potential spiritual crisis gripping modern society and how breaking away from a single religious group can open the door to engaging dialogue with people of diverse beliefs.

    Amrit sheds light on his practice of Sikhism, a faith that at its core encourages being a student and spiritual seeker. We also explore the powerful concept of selfless service and its striking similarity to relationships viewed as forms of selfish service.

    Our conversation takes an interesting turn as we delve into the role of breathwork in meditation and how nature can enhance our understanding of our spiritual selves.

    Amrit also brings his unique perspective on assisting men in transforming their relationships, encouraging them to take responsibility and bridge gaps.

     Join us on this enlightening journey of self-discovery and relationship growth.

    Follow Amit Singh 
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amrit_singh_reinsch
    Tick Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@amritsinghreinsch
    website: https://coachingnow.info/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmritSinghReinsch

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    • 28 min

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Ed brings his personal experience as a long time coach and chek practitioner into his conversations. Don’t be fooled by his humility…the deeper you go into health coaching, the more surprises you uncover. Ed weaves in his life’s work of coaching experience into conversations w guest, making for a unique and grounding listening experience. Keep up the great work!

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