This episode is timely, in light of a recent water safety warning by the Environmental Protective Agency. This episode is part personal journey, part information. Tim’s story will inspire you to take control of your health in ways you’ve never thought of before.
Tim James is host of the Health Hero show and the founder and CEO of chemicalfreebody.com, a mission-based organization that is passionate about helping everybody ignite their highest excitement in life by putting themselves and their health first. Tim’s journey led him to a shocking discovery which helped his friend beat cancer and transform every area of his life. Feeling charged with a duty to help others he started sharing his knowledge with anyone that would listen. This led him to producing his own chemical free food products. ‘Chemical Free Body’ was born.
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I’ve never devoted an entire episode to ONE powerful antioxidant, but thanks to my guest, Dr. Nayan Patel, this discussion about glutathione is fascinating.
Dr. Patel is an internationally recognized expert, consultant, lecturer on glutathione, and has been a respected pharmacist for twenty-five years. Dr. Patel received his PharmD degree from the USC School of Pharmacy, where he now serves as an adjunct faculty member. He has traveled the world educating practitioners and pharmacists on advanced biochemistry and anti-aging science. His book, “The Glutathione Revolution” is available now.
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Fat cells are really amazing protective organs, and contrary to what you’ve been told – you can’t burn them. New research changes the way we approach weight loss and addressing inflammatory fat cells.
Dr. Tracey Stroup is a naturopathic doctor who has been in the health and wellness industry for over 25 years. She joins the show for a second time in order to break down common weight loss and exercise myths.
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– Weight loss myths (including calorie counting and the phrase “burning fat”)
– What fat cells are and how they are protective
– Reasons for rapid weight gain and what to do to treat the root cause
– Nutrient deficiencies, medications, gut dysbiosis and the role they play in weight gain and loss
– How being 15 pounds overweight or more makes your body pro-inflammatory
– Stress and the impact on exercise
– How to work out without stressing your body out
– Optimizing detoxification and products that can aid in the detox process
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Mystery symptoms like brain fog, fatigue, and frequent headaches? Unable to lose weight no matter what you try? Skin issues? Bathroom problems? You might be struggling from toxic overload!
Diana Edwards is the founder and CEO of Optimally You and co-owner of Revolution Health and Wellness and Against the Grain Podcast with her husband, Dr. Chad Edwards. She is an expert on environmental toxins and their impact on our health.
In this episode, we learn about all the sneaky toxins we encounter day to day that impact our mental functioning, hormones, and so much more!
Diana’s health journey, how every traditional treatment failed her until she learned how to treat the root
Common household/environmental toxins and their effect
How these toxins overload our body
The danger of commonly used cleaning supplies
Simple ways we can reduce our toxic load in cost effective ways
How to support detoxification pathways, especially if you have the MTHFR gene mutation
Why some people have a harder time detoxing than others
How you know if you are struggling with toxicity
To learn more about Diana, head to her website here.
This episode is sponsored by Forager Project, a company with 100% organic plant-based products like kefir, milk, yogurt, and sour cream. To learn more about Forager, head to: http://www.foragerproject.com/vote