Podcasts2017-11-12T22:43:58+00:00

Results don’t lie

In the health space, in particular, too many people play to too many agendas and vomit their inconclusive biases in studies with data that lacks consideration for every conceivable variable. To do this would almost be impossible or at the very least cost prohibitive. So, what are we left with? Many unknowns that could give us the answers we desire and need to make an informed decision based on all of facts/data rather than partial which could affect our health or the goals we're trying to reach. Headlines are sensational and confuse those who've benefitted from their way of thinking and living. With partial or minimal data and sample size studies (subjects in a study) being spewed all over magazines, newspapers and the net, [...]

By |September 24th, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Results don’t lie

Emotions Affect Performance

The Association for Applied Sports Psychology work with athletes, coaches, non-sport performers (dancers, musicians), business professionals, and military, firefighters, police). Dr. Kristen Dieffenbach, an executive board member, and Certified Mental Performance Consultant will discuss emotion regulation for athletes and non-athletes and the science behind it. In this episode, we discuss how each emotion has the potential to either help or hinder performance whether you're an athlete or non-athlete in the work-place. Many non-athletes need to use emotional regulation techniques in their every day lives/at work. Those with high-pressure jobs (business professionals), high-risk occupations (firefighters, police, military, etc.) and performers (dancers, musicians) can use emotional regulation to succeed, survive or perfect their craft. How are emotional regulation techniques different for athletes, performers, business professionals, etc.? [...]

By |August 25th, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Emotions Affect Performance

Female Rocky inspiration

 As a kid, after seeing a Rocky movie I believed I could take on the world.As we age, people, disappointments and normal life challenges make it harder to stay motivated and believe in a bright future.We search for inspiration in the success of others but rarely look toward a 17-yr. old to inspire us.While competing in a marathon in 2017 my guest 17-year-old Ariana Luterman – www.teamariana.org- intentionally stopped just short of the finish line to help her opponent by nudging her ahead to win the race.Ariana’s story is sure to help restore faith in humanity while inspiring you to care for yourself and others just a little more.Ariana's Dallas teen-does-good story seized the attention of the Fox 4, CBS News, the Today show, and several [...]

By |July 28th, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Female Rocky inspiration

Anxiety Disorder and Nutrition: Is There a Link?

Rarely do we consider anxiety as a normal human experience. Consensus about its origin shows anxiety was needed for survival to keep us alert and safe from danger. However, if we manifest anxiety beyond what we were designed for, exaggerated in excess of real danger, when under psychological distress or disease, that is abnormal. Anxiety disorder occurs from a set of risk factors and variables such as genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events. It affects 18.% of adults in the United States (approximately 40 million adults between 18 to 54 yrs old) In this episode, Dr. Webster and I discuss causes of anxiety often unknown or dismissed by many, such as emotions (what we’re feeling), medication, supplements, food, and genetics. Are you contributing [...]

By |July 21st, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Anxiety Disorder and Nutrition: Is There a Link?

Can we really reverse Type 2 Diabetes?

Amy McKenzie, Ph.D., Research Scientist says her team is reversing type 2 diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes affects 30 million Americans and costs $327 billion annually. It has been, until now, considered chronic and progressive. Heart disease affects 1 in 3 adults and costs nearly $400 billion annually. Virta Health’s website is here: https://www.virtahealth.com We begin the show by learning some stats on how many American's have Type 2 Diabetes in the US today compared to 20 yrs. ago. And learning the difference between Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes I also get into some real, but sticky points. How many people with Type 2 want to be "healed"? Discussing people who "need" medication for a condition and the mentality of relying on meds [...]

By |July 15th, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Can we really reverse Type 2 Diabetes?

Living Skinny in Fat Genes

My guest Felicia Stoler is a registered dietitian nutritionist, author, “Living Skinny in Fat Genes” Some of the best parts of summer are edible, however indulging in the season’s most popular foods at picnics, barbecues and on boardwalks can lead to double trouble when it comes to your health because of certain summer food intolerances. She says this is why reactions to food sensitivities increase during this season and what causes these reactions resulting in unwanted flare-ups that are real summer spoilers – and what nutritional steps you can take to avoid a reaction.  PLUS what foods you can substitute that will make summer more edible and enjoyable.  Felicia, know as America's Health & Wellness ExpertTM is a registered dietitian nutritionist, exercise physiologist and expert consultant in disease prevention. She is the author [...]

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What you didn’t know about high blood pressure & how to control it

Nearly half of all adults (150 Million) in the United States have high blood pressure, according to the most recent statistics from the American Heart Association. Could you benefit by defying your doctors advice to use meds for decreasing high blood pressure and rely on other proven methods? Dr. Steven Helschien (www.zona.com) is the founder of Level 1 Diagnostics and Level 1 Therapeutics. He retired in 2000 to pursue his passion of creating new paradigms for preventative cardiology and integrative psychiatry. Dr. Helschien is considered a leading authority on heart rate variability, pulse wave velocity and carotid ultrasonography. He is also an expert on the use of neurofeedback and brain training. He has authored booklets on "Stress and Anxiety," "Blood Pressure," "Yoga," "Meditation," "Sleep", [...]

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5 silent killers with no symptoms What are these killers? How can you Protect yourself?

Do you have an invincible it-can't-happen-to-me-mindset? Money, age and gender don't preclude us from having any of the 5 silent killers that have no symptoms. Christine Horner, M.D., FACS, is a nationally known surgeon, author and professional speaker and holds two board certifications: the National Board of Surgery and the National Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Horner was recognized as a leader in her field shortly after starting her plastic and reconstructive surgery practice because she successfully ran a national campaign to pass laws requiring insurance companies to pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. Her five-year crusade with the Breast Reconstruction Advocacy Project (BRA Project) led to the passage of an unprecedented federal law that was signed by President Bill Clinton in 1998, requiring insurance companies [...]

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MD Adopting Nutritionist Mentality For Pain?

Pain is a massive problem that affects 125 million Americans who are spending close to $300 billion on pills, pot, procedures and natural remedies to find relief.  åDid you know there are diet and lifestyle changes as well as natural remedies that can help pain sufferers get relief from some of the three most common pain complaints, reducing reliance on heavy sedative medication that has potential side effects? What's odd, yet positive about this show is how some Md's in the medical community are doing their research and stepping out from the narrow-minded ways they were taught in medical school. What's really interesting is the information about certain nutrients and supplements mentioned in this show is not new information. It's at least 30 yrs [...]

By |June 9th, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on MD Adopting Nutritionist Mentality For Pain?

Back pain and its affect on the pain/brain connection

Please visit iTunes or iheart and rate and subscribe to the show ​Dr. Webster and I discuss how chiropractic is going beyond improving the function of individual joints. A growing body of evidence indicates that injury, pain, and inflammation from back pain not only affect the individual joints involved or a region of the spine but also has a significant impact on the function and structure of both the sensory and motor brain function. How can the pain/brain connection affect​ ​ memory, language skills, cognitive function, decision-making, and appraisal, in chronic back pain patients? Compelling new evidence demonstrates reduced gray matter ​(​fewer brain cells​) ​in numerous parts of the brain in people with chronic back pain.  How can chiropractic manipulation and motor-skill training affect [...]

By |June 3rd, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Back pain and its affect on the pain/brain connection