Delivering Health Podcast
114. Pre-Pregnancy Detox with Dr. Mary Shackleton
Dr. Mary Shackelton, MPH, ND founder of Holistica Integrative Care has been practicing naturopathic medicine with an emphasis on women’s health for 25 years in Boulder Colorado.
113. Herbs for Stress and Relaxation with Maria Noel Groves
Maria Noël Groves is a registered herbalist and bestselling author of the books Body into Balance and Grow Your Own Herbal Remedies.
112. The Gut-Brain Axis with Dr. Heather Zwickey
Dr. Heather Zwickey is passionate about microbiome therapeutics and their impacts on the gut-brain axis and neuroinflammation.
111. You Finished Cancer Treatment, Now What? with Dr. Amy Rothenberg
You Finished Treatment, Now What? A Field Guide for Cancer Survivors is a roadmap for lifestyle and natural medicine approaches to address health challenges that persist after cancer care, and to reduce the risk of recurrence. Dr. Amy Rothenberg wrote it for survivors everywhere and those who care for them. You Finished Treatment, highlights the evidence for an integrative approach to healing that she has used in her 36 years practicing as a licensed naturopathic doctor. Dr. Rothenberg is a cancer survivor/thriver herself and wrote to make sense of an overwhelming topic, in a user-friendly, accessible way, providing actionable information and inspiration.
110. How to Create the Holidays Your Really Want
Despite all the Holiday highlight reels on social media, most people feel stressed, anxious, and overwhelmed. But it doesn’t have to be this way. To experience amazing Holidays, you just need to plan differently.
109. How to Get What You Want
People failing to create long term-health isn’t found in their genes, it’s found in the lump of fat between your ears. To develop life-long habits that help you reach your goals, start using your body’s natural tendencies in your favor.
108. Why Melatonin isn’t Enough
When most people need a little help with sleep, they think of melatonin. But here are the problems with melatonin and why it’s not the total fix.
107. Omega-3s and Cardiovascular Health
The health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids for cardiovascular health are well established. But how much should you get and what are the best sources? Here’s what the research tells us.
106. How Omega-3s Affect Your Brain
Learn how much omega-3 fats you need to boost brain health, cognition, executive function, mood, and to produce healthier tears.
104. How to Eat Healthy this Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday but most people overindulge and regret it after. Here’s how you can tweak some of your favorite dishes so they don’t expand your waistline.
103. Living Well with Dr. Damon Ernst
People frequently want quick answers and easy fixes. However, long-term health requires consistent commitment, ensuring you have the right team and making health a priority in your life.
102. How to Choose the Right Cooking Oil
No kitchen is complete without cooking oil. When used correctly, oils can have tremendous health benefits, including lowering cholesterol, decreasing inflammation and reducing your risks for heart disease and death. But if you use them wrong, they can increase your risks for all of these.
101. Top Reasons to Take Nattokinase
Nattokinase keeps blood optimally flowing and promotes cardiovascular health.
100. Top 5 Back-to-School Tips for Parents
For kids, back-to-school is an exciting and busy time. These top 5 tips will let you breathe easier and make the school year a lot more manageable and enjoyable for you and your children.
99. Fracture-Proof Your Bones Book By Dr. Neustadt
Dr. Neustadt’s latest book contains nearly two decades of his research, teaching, and clinical experience to help you naturally grow stronger bones and reduce your fracture risk.
97. How Much Vitamin D Do You Need?
Vitamin D supports healthy bones, healthy muscle mass and strength, balance, a strong immune system, skin health, brain health and more. But how much should you take and does genetics play a role? In today’s episode, I clear up the confusion.
98. Prostate Health and Low T with Dr. Eric Yarnell
The lack of awareness around men’s health is a public health problem that my next guest is tackling. As people age, men tend to have more severe diseases than women, putting them at greater risk for not being able to enjoy their golden years and dying early. Dr. Eric Yarnell has been practicing, teaching and researching for more than 20 years in the field of men’s health and urology.
96. Six Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D
Vitamin D does a lot more than support healthy bones. Vitamin D supports brain health, muscle size and strength, heart health, mood, pancreas health and insulin balance. In this podcast, I discuss six surprising benefits of vitamin D and six more reasons to make sure you get enough.
95. How to Boost Your Dopamine and Oxytocin
Learn how to boost feel-good dopamine and oxytocin to help you create a more connected, healthier and joyful life.
94. Using Food as Medicine
In general, a whole food, unprocessed diet that emphasizes healthy protein and fats, vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes, and lean meats or fish, is consistently linked to better health. But, you may be wondering, how specifically do healthy foods work their magic?