Real Health Conversations
Real Health Conversations (Formerly Low-Carb Conversations) is hosted by FNTPs Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, and features a variety of voices in the world of modern nutrition science, expressing many different points of view.

Our guest today is Feather Berkower, a licensed clinical social worker with a Master’s of Social Welfare from UC Berkeley. She has been a leader in child sexual abuse prevention since 1985 and has educated nearly one-hundred fifty thousand schoolchildren, parents and youth professionals. Her well-regarded workshop, Parenting Safe Children, empowers adults to keep children safe from sexual assault. Feather co-authored Off Limits, a parenting book that will change the way you think about keeping children safe. It is available on her website at parentingsafechildren.com

Sexual abuse of children is a difficult topic to discuss, but that is why these conversations need to take place. The manipulative behaviors perpetrators use to set children up for sexual abuse are designed to be subtle and often appear innocent. As parents, nothing is more important than the health and safety of our children. What we, many parents, don’t know or realize, is that in these unsettling situations, the perpetrators are also working the parents. Abusers will often groom a family, and not just a child.

Article: What are some warning signs of sexual abuse or grooming? This is what the experts say

Resources:

Parenting Safe Children

Parenting Safe Children Parent Workshop, October 8, 19


Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast Holly chats with guest Dr. Caroline of Native Sun Nutrition & Functional Medicine Center

Dr. Caroline Williams is a Chiropractic Physician and owner of Native Sun Nutrition & Functional Medicine Center in Las Vegas.  Since 2001 she has been working with patients holistically to determine the cause of dysfunction whether it be physical, mental, emotional, or chemical.

Unlike supplements, photo-biomodulation (PBM), also known as phototherapy, helps the body repair cells and tissue by using a light source of a specific wavelength. This type of therapy has excellent efficacy in wound healing and pain relief. Dr. Caroline and I specifically talk about stem cells and glutathione in terms of light therapy. We talk about, how in our increasingly toxic world, it is vital to our health to ensure our bodies are properly detoxing. Glutathione is the body’s master antioxidant and primary antioxidant for detoxification. Stem cells can help to lower inflammation, regulate the immune system, and regenerate damaged or diseased tissue in your body. By allowing tissue repair and reduced inflammation, stem cell therapy can help patients to live a healthier and better quality of life. 

Resources:

Dr. Caroline’s Website – Native Sun Nutrition &  Functional Medicine

Learn more about LifeWave and purchase phototherapy patches here

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Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks


Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast Leah chats with guest Lisa Fitzpatrick from Sacred Women’s Business. Lisa is a Physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience with a focus on women’s pelvic floor health. Holistic wellness, yoga, mindfulness meditation, women’s empowerment and women’s health all underpin her work.

In this episode you’ll hear about why the pelvic floor is so important and a crucial link in many health complaints. In particular Lisa shares how your gut health, gut and vaginal microbiomes and in particular constipation can all contribute to pelvic floor health. Leah and Lisa look at an article on whether $4000 shoes can help your pelvic floor and Lisa shares another option for optimal pelvic floor health and it costs nothing! Tune in to find out what it could be.

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Resource: Lisa’s Wonderful Course Offerings

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This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast, Holly takes a look at the spiritual aspects of fasting. People of all walks of life are rediscovering the wisdom of fasting and feasting, the circadian rhythms of nature, and tuning in to the ancestral and spiritual aspects of primal health cycles.

This episode looks at fasting, specifically fasting from sugar and the so-called socially acceptable addictions – sugar and caffeine – and how those two crutches may be holding us back from the true health and spiritual transformations that many are seeking. Sugar, refined carbohydrates, ultra processed foods, and refined grains are at the root of inflammation and many disease pathways yet they are the hardest, most addictive foods to give up. Some call them addictions, others may see them as strongholds.

Fasting is a powerful tool to leverage a food addiction, or an over-reliance on foods for comfort, support, and sustenance. In this episode we look at the benefits of fasting for mental function, healing rejuvenation, and increased willpower. Fasting from sugar – the source of sickness for so many – is the first step in healing your body physically and spiritually.

Article:

Resource:

Holly’s 6 Week Fall Sugar Fast

40 Day Sugar Fast, Fall Group Program with Holly Jean

If you have been struggling with your diet, with your weight, with your health; If sugar, or sweets, or carbs, or cocktails seem to continually derail your progress; If you have tried to give these items up without success – then you might have a sugar addiction.

Did you know, 88% of the population is metabolically unhealthy? Sugar is at the root of metabolic dysfunction and dis-ease. Join me for my 6 Week Fall Sugar Fast starting this September 19. Beyond a physical detox, this sugar fast is also a spiritual transformation.

What would you be willing to give up to experience the presence of God in your life again? Many of us sign up for a physical detox program, thinking that if our bodies are healthier, then we’re healthier. But a healthy body doesn’t do us a lot of good if we are spiritually malnourished.

My 6 week online group sugar fast follows the book 40 Day Sugar Fast by Wendy Speake. In this sugar fast you’ll learn how to stop fixating on food and other things you use to fill the voids in life and instead fix your eyes on Christ.

Anyone who runs to sugar for comfort or a reward, who eats mindlessly or out of boredom, who feels physically and spiritually lethargic, or who struggles with self-control will discover ,not only freedom from their cravings, but an entirely new appetite for the good things God has for us. Registration is only $40 and is open now. Sign up now at HollyJeanHealth.com/40daysugarfast

 

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Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: Fasting_for_Health__Spiritual_Transformation.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 11:17am EDT

Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast, Lonestar Keto Girl, Amber Wentworth, joins us to share the not-so-sweet realities of sugar addiction. Amber is a food addiction and sugar specialist with a personal health and weight-loss story that many can relate to – trying every diet program, repeatedly gaining and losing, unable to maintain weight loss, and frustrated with the entire process. Her life changed when she discovered the keto diet and sugar addiction at the root of her struggles.

Just like any other addiction to caffeine or cocaine, sugar is pretty addictive in nature too. We have modern science to prove that sugar is indeed one of the strongest addictions known for humans, but how do we know if we are addicted or just having cravings? Amber shares her SUGAR assessment and shares her methods for quitting sugar for good.

Article:

Resources:

Connect with Amber Wentworth, Instagram: Lonestar Keto GirlYouTube

Sugar Addiction Diagnosis and Treatment

Holly’s 6 Week Fall Sugar Fast

Read more

40 Day Sugar Fast 40 Day Sugar Fast, Fall Group Program with Holly Jean

If you have been struggling with your diet, with your weight, with your health; If sugar, or sweets, or carbs, or cocktails seem to continually derail your progress; If you have tried to give these items up without success – then you might have a sugar addiction.

Did you know, 88% of the population is metabolically unhealthy? Sugar is at the root of metabolic dysfunction and dis-ease. Join me for my 6 Week Fall Sugar Fast starting this September 19. Beyond a physical detox, this sugar fast is also a spiritual transformation.

What would you be willing to give up to experience the presence of God in your life again? Many of us sign up for a physical detox program, thinking that if our bodies are healthier, then we’re healthier. But a healthy body doesn’t do us a lot of good if we are spiritually malnourished.

My 6 week online group sugar fast follows the book 40 Day Sugar Fast by Wendy Speake. In this sugar fast you’ll learn how to stop fixating on food and other things you use to fill the voids in life and instead fix your eyes on Christ.

Anyone who runs to sugar for comfort or a reward, who eats mindlessly or out of boredom, who feels physically and spiritually lethargic, or who struggles with self-control will discover ,not only freedom from their cravings, but an entirely new appetite for the good things God has for us. Registration is only $40 and is open now. Sign up now at HollyJeanHealth.com/40daysugarfast

 

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Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: RHC_493_-_Can_How_You_Brew_Your_Coffee_Impact_Cholesterol_Levels.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:16am EDT

Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast Leah and Holly take on coffee and cholesterol! Is the sophisticated sexiness of French Pressed coffee worth the alleged risk of negatively impacting cholesterol levels? This real health conversation was inspired by an article in the Huffington Post that very loosely links the two by inconclusive results from a weak study.

In this episode you’ll hear about why cholesterol is important and why we may not always have to be so concerned with lowering it. Cholesterol is necessary for healing and protection and not necessarily the bad guy it is made out to be.

Article: Can Drinking French Press Coffee Raise Your Cholesterol?

Resource: Holly’s 6 Week Fall Sugar Fast

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Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this special episode, Leah discusses how stress is terrible for your digestion and how meal planning and meal preparation can help you significantly reduce stress.

Leah discusses different techniques and how finding the right method for you and your family is the most important step in the process. The episode will leave you with some actionable steps to take straight away to leave you more time at meal time enjoying your family and the food you are eating.

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Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on Real Health Conversations, we take a look at the policies and regulations that govern the ingredients in our food (USA). The label “FDA Approved” is believed to be synonymous with tested and safe, but is that really the case?

Inspired by recent news headlines regarding a recent lawsuit against food company Mars, this episode looks deeper into the claims that Skittles candies were “unfit for human consumption” because of the presence of a “known toxin” called titanium dioxide.

Article: Are Skittles Toxic? A Lawsuit Claims that Skittles Candy are Unfit for Consumption

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Direct download: RHC_490_-_How_Regulated_and_Safe_Are_Our_Food_Additives_in_the_US.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:51am EDT

Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast our guest is Dr. Don Clum, a chiropractor and specialist in advanced metabolic nutrition. Dr. Clum has an integrative program for insulin resistance specifically focusing on diabetes, diabetes prevention, metabolic syndrome, weight loss resistance, obesity, and cardiometabolic issues.

We welcome Dr. Clum back to dive into a recent article published in Science Magazine, which calls into question decades of science around Alzheimer’s disease. An estimated 6.5 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s in 2022 and the numbers keep rising. In this episode we talk about how Alzheimer’s is also known as type 3 diabetes. What is the purpose of plaque on the brain and how do they relate to insulin? The answers may surprise you. Alzheimer’s is a scary disease, but we are not powerless against it! The best part of this episode is learning lifestyle tips for prevention.

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Insulin Friendly Living

Facebook Group: Insulin Friendly Fasting Secrets

Free Download: Fasting User Guide

 

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Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: RHC_489_-_Alzheimers__What_Does_the_Science_Say_With_Dr_Don_Clum.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 11:05am EDT

Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the Real Health Conversations Podcast our guest is Rachel Summers Owner and Farmer at Resilient Growers, a regenerative agriculture farm in Tulsa, OK (where Holly lives).

Our food is only as nutritious as the health of the soil allows. Rachel shares the benefits of regenerative farming and how important it is for, not only our health, but the health of the whole planet – right to the soil. Rachel is the perfect blend of educated and passionate as she shares her first hand experiences, hard work, and rewards of working the land. Listen in on this educational and inspiring discussion as we chat about the importance of soil health and share some action steps tp improve soil. Most importantly, don’t forget to support your local regenerative farmers!

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Leah & Holly celebrate our first Instagram Live episode with discussions of human internal parasites and more. Also, each month you can join in live on Insta; listen in for more details about this new monthly feature!

Direct download: RHC_487_-_Our_First_Monthly_Instagram_Live.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 5:10pm EDT

Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

This week Leah and Holly take a look at nutritional deficiencies and how they manifest in the body. Perhaps you have had some niggling signs and symptoms occurring in the body and you are not sure what the root cause might be? Maybe you eat the same foods regularly and without realizing you could be causing a nutritional deficiency in your body. On this episode, Holly and Leah take a look at some common nutritional deficiencies and what could be causing them.

Discover what Holly and Leah believe is one of the biggest nutritional deficiencies and what you can do about it. Tune in to find out!

Join us on Tuesday 19 July 7pm PT/8pm CT in the USA and Wednesday 20 July 11am AEST in Australia as Holly and Leah go live on Instagram @realhealthconversations – they will be answering any nutrition questions you have so please join us live!

Articles:

5 Body Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies

 

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Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: RHC_486_-_Do_you_have_signs_of_Nutritional_Deficiency.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:20am EDT

Welcome to Real Health Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week Leah and Holly take a deeper look into the question “Can I eat Carrots and Beetroot on Keto – are they too high in carbs/sugar?”

This, and similar questions along the lines of what can I/can’t I eat, are common when starting any new diet or exploring new eating habits. However, instead of worrying about the do’s and don’ts, perhaps a better question is not about the WHAT, but the WHY…

In this episode, Leah and Holly get started by looking at this question from a clinical perspective and chat a about nutrients – Nutrients are essential for our energy – life and growth, found in the foods we digest  and we often think about our Macronutrients – Protein, Carbs and Fats.  What we tend to not pay as much attention to is our micronutrients which are our vitamins and minerals. We (humans) can’t make vitamins and minerals and must obtain them through our food.

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Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: RHC_485_-_Are_Carrots_and_Beets_ok_on_Keto.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:59am EDT

It’s our first episode with our new name “Real Health Conversations” and we wanted no one other than our long term friend and previous guest cohost Marty Kendall from Optimizing Nutrition.

Marty is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to nutrient dense foods and blood sugar regulation. Leah found a question in an online forum where someone was asking advise as to whether they could eat carrot and beetroot on a Keto diet. So the ladies ask Marty his thoughts and what do you think his response was? Tune in to find out this and more on Real Health Conversations.

Articles:

Vegetables for the keto diet

Is Watermelon Keto? What You Need to Know

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Real Health Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: 484_-_Nutrient_Density_vs_Keto_with_Marty_Kendall.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 11:01am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

It’s not quite time for a Cohost Episode but Leah and Holly get together in this episode to announce some special changes coming to the podcast over the next few months. Let us know what you think?

The article this week looks at responses from multiple women about the stories we tell ourselves. Holly and Leah get deep and share that they share the same insecurities and thoughts still now even after years of doing “the work”. Maybe you can relate? Many people have their own internal battles happening so how can you win the war on your thoughts?

Articles:

I often wonder what I could achieve if I wasn’t focusing on my own tiny war against myself

LCC BOTTOM BOILERPLATE

 

Learn more about becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here.
TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!

 

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
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  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

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Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_483_-_Announcing_fresh_Changes_for_the_Podcast.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 11:04am EDT


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

This week Holly and Leah are back for a Co-Host Episode. Recently, Holly was astonished by the health advice random strangers were giving people on social media forums. It got us thinking whether Social media is an appropriate place to a) Ask such health questions and b) try the advice given from strangers. Where should one go to ask such questions if Social Media is not the place?

Articles:

Can You Trust Social Media for Health Advice?

 

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TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!

 

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

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Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

Our guest this week is Shaun Hadsall, also known as “The Ripped Grandpa”. Shaun specializes in making fat loss simple by focusing on the hormones and metabolisms of people in their 40s, 50s, and 60s.

Shaun tells us his secrets for longevity in the later years, how he keeps healthy and fit and how you can too. And spoiler – your mindset has a lot to do with it! If you’ve ever struggled with motivation, consistency, or momentum, then you don’t want to miss this episode.

Articles:

Direct download: LCC_480_-_The_Ripped_Grandpa__Shaun_Hadsall.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 11:54am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

Our guest this week is Bryce Henson, CEO of Fit Body Boot Camp, the world’s fastest growing fitness boot camp franchise.

Holly and Bryce talk about the relationship between health, exercise, and confidence. Confidence isn’t always something people are born with but it is a trait most people desire. So how can someone develop and increase confidence? Bryce shares some easy steps to help anyone desiring more confidence to get started today.

This episode also spends time exploring what it takes to achieve health freedom and the answer is, not surprisingly, fitness! The underlying theme of this episode and our conversation with Bryce is how fitness is a foundational piece in achieving and maintaining health as well as freedom, confidence, and success in life. Enjoy!

Articles:

You Can Train Yourself to Be Confident — Here’s How

Is your weight-loss sustainable? Tips to ensure long-lasting fitness

Direct download: LCC_479_-_Bryce_Henson__Fit_Body_Boot_Camp.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 12:36pm EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

Our guest this week is board certified Naturopathic Dr, Mindi Salvino. Dr. Mindi has a busy practice in Tulsa, OK where she helps patients with hormonal and thyroid issues, nutrient malabsorption, bowel and autoimmunity issues., ph correction + more! She is a leading expert in ozone and rife frequency therapy. With more than a decade of clinical experience in these treatments she has been successfully helping people overcome everything from mold toxicity and parasites to autoimmune disorders and cancers.

Our discussion in this episode focuses on the importance of maintaining proper pH within the body. the right pH balance in your body reduces health risks, including bone loss, heart attacks and Alzheimer’s disease.

Articles:

pH Balance in the Body

Innate and Adaptive Immunity in the Human Intestine

Connect with Dr. Mindi – The Pure Health Collective, Tulsa OK (539) 218-3611


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week Leah and Holly are back together for a Cohost episode looking at how your sense of free will affects your health. Do you believe you have control over your life or do you believe there is a greater force at hand? How do these beliefs affect your health and wellbeing?

In this discussion we explore a conversation around whether life is happening to you, or for you. We also touch on internal thought patterns and how they relate to obesity, achieving health goals, and the toggle between a positive and negative mindset.

Articles:

 

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Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
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We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

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Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_477_-_How_a_Free_Will_Mindset_Can_Help_Your_Health.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:10am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

Catharine Arnston is the Founder/CEO/Chief Scientific Officer of ENERGYbits® and an expert in algae for wellness, nutrition, beauty, biohacking and longevity. She is a nationally recognized thought-leader, seasoned corporate executive, experienced entrepreneur, and sought-after speaker.

In this episode, Holly and Leah speak with Catharine about the benefits of nutrient dense algae spirulina and chlorella.

Articles:

 

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TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!

 

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

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Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_476_-_From_Algae_to_Energy_Bits_with_Catharine_Arnston.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 8:21am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this episode, Leah chats with Neuropsychiatrist and Author of the new book, The Upgrade: How the Female Brain Gets Stronger and Better in Midlife and Beyond, by Dr. Louann Brizendine.

Dr Brizendine shares newly emerging information about women in the second half of life: during midlife, women’s brains are actually reshaped and “upgraded” in a way that creates new power, a bracing clarity, and a laser-like sense of purpose. Dr. Brizendine calls this process The Upgrade and argues that, if a woman knows how to step into her power and own her Upgrade, the second half of her life can be the better half.

Listen in as Leah and Dr Brizendine chat about the Transition (the period of time leading to The Upgrade). Dr Brizendine shares her research on tips on making The Transition to the Upgrade a better experience through mindset, nutrition, exercise, sleep and more. Dr Brizendine wishes for women experiencing this transition to experience more joy and serenity in their lives.

Articles:

 

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Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
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  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

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Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

In this episode, Leah chats with the Host of the Women in Keto Summit and Keto Coach at Speedy Keto Living, Rosanna Smith.

Rosanna decided to try something new to help her health due to chronic back pain and tried Keto for the first time around the age of 50! She felt so good she almost did not believe that nutrition could make such a difference.

Leah and Rosanna chat about the upcoming Women in Keto Summit with all the amazing speakers and topics. The summit is free and runs from April 25 to 29.

Learn more about the Women in Keto Summit

Register for the Summit here

The summit takes you through a journey over 5 days that covers everything you need to know about living the keto lifestyle. Whether you are just starting out, or are already a veteran, you´ll learn something new.

Here’s some of the topics we will be covering:

  • KETO FOUNDATION
  • MAKING KETO WORK
  • ADVANCED KETO
  • BALANCING THE BODY
  • REAL LIFE KETO
  • And so much more!!!

REGISTER HERE NOW SO YOU WON’T MISS OUT!

Articles:


Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah review their favorite moments from most recent previous episodes.

Breathing, digestion, and stress management go hand-in-hand! This week’s article is a look at how belly breathing could be the key to better digestion. Deep belly breathing can actually massage the contents of the gut helping move food through the body for better elimination. Tune in to hear more about this and tips on a non cost method that is essential to life!

When we activate the diaphragm with breath, it creates a gentle massaging action for internal organs like the intestines and stomach. In doing so, it can reduce abdominal pain, urgency, bloating, and constipation.

Diaphragmatic breathing, or deep breathing, does not take much more effort than standard breathing and is one of the best things you can do to help with digestion.

Other Key Points From this Episode:

If you are thinking about heading to Paleo Fx this year, Get your tickets now at paleofx.com and use code LOWCARB

Leah is speaking at the Women in Keto Summit this April 25-29 Register now

Sign Up to Join Leah’s 21 Day Healthy Habit Group – it’s free!

Articles:

Diaphragm, stress and gut health: is belly breathing the key to better digestion?

Learn more about becoming a

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here.

TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course

and get a taste of what you can learn!

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa.

Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_473_-_Diaphragmatic_Breathing_for_better_Digestion.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:09am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah chat with Craig Emmerich. Craig is an International best selling author of the “Keto: The Complete Guide” and “The Carnivore Cookbook” and has a new book coming out called The Protein-Sparing Modified Fast Method.

This episode is all out about ins and outs of Protein Sparing Modified Fast (PSMF) a great tool for loosing weight especially if you have stalled. Craig explains the finer details about PSMF and why prioritizing protein is the key. This is great conversation following on from last week with Vanessa Spina.

Look out for Craig and Maria’s new book out Tuesday 12 April.

Pre order Craig and Maria’s new book: The Protein Sparing Modified Fast Method

Articles:

This Simple Diet Regimen Could Help You Lose up to 13 Pounds a Week

Paleo f(x)™ is a true holistic lifestyle immersion event, encompassing health and wellness, nutrition, fitness, sustainability, self-improvement, and everything in between. Suited for everyone from the novice to the expert, it is the largest paleo health event—and one of the largest holistic health events—in the world.

Get your tickets now at paleofx.com and use code LOWCARB

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
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  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!

Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa.

Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_472_-_Protein_Sparing_Modified_Fast_Method_with_Craig_Emmerich.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 7:25am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah chat with Vanessa Spina aka Ketogenic Girl. Vanessa Spina is a Sport Nutrition Specialist (SNS), Biomedical Scientist and the Best Selling author of Keto Essentials. She is an international speaker on the science of keto and host of the popular podcast – Optimal Protein.

This episode is all about protein! Specifically, how to minimize muscle loss and maximize the benefits of fasting, weight loss, and metabolic health using a protein sparing modified fast (PSMF). We know keto works. We know fasting works. We know the body can heal and thrive when given the proper tools and opportunity. This conversation is all about how to add one more tool into your nutritional plan to help you overcome plateaus or to kickstart a new program or journey.

Have you tried PSMF? Tell us about your experience!

Articles:

Protein-Sparing Modified Fast Review: Does it aid in weight loss?

Diets that Don’t Work for Women

Direct download: LCC_471_-_Is_Protein_the_path_to_Weight_Loss_with_Vanessa_Spina.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:23am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah chat with Jackie Bowker, CEO of the Global Feel Better Institute and Host of the Feel Better Now Podcast. Jackie is a two-time Master degree qualified Functional Nutritionist. And she combines psycho-linguistics with functional medicine principles to create new patterns, and new triggers, breaking old patterns and old behaviors that have kept you stuck.

Jackie discusses her experience with working with clients holistically, addressing thoughts, nutrition ,sleep, stress management and lifestyle factors.

In a world with technology at our fingertips and at the press of a button, people are more disconnected than ever before. Are you on part of the 95% of people who classify themselves as burnt-out? Take Jackie’s “How’s your Energy” Quiz and find out.

Are limiting beliefs holding you back? Jackie discusses her tips to on how to transform self-limiting beliefs into limitless action.

While this episode does cover some heavy topics and goes into deep discussion, Jackie offers positive solutions and inspiring thoughts for our listeners. “You are in charge of your own story – YOU are the creator of your own reality.”

Articles:

Direct download: LCC_470_-_Feel_Better_Now_with_Jackie_Bowker.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 11:24am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah chat with Katie Beecher, Internationally known Medical and Emotional Intuitive and Licensed Professional Counselor with over 30 years of experience. Katie’s mission is to help as many people as possible connect to their intuitions, find unconditional love and self acceptance.

Katie has a new book out called, Heal from Within: A Guidebook to Intuitive Wellness, and she shares how to connect to your intuition to help guide and identify your physical and emotional key health issues. Using the chakras as a framework, Katie describes how we should make friends with illness instead of seeing it as enemy = the body is always trying to communicate with us and symptoms are its language.

This episode provides practical action items and key tips for connecting and understanding your body. We wrap up with a conversation about medical gaslighting and why people are often told there is nothing wrong with them. Gaslighting further complicates and compounds the lack of body wisdom and intuition, which further disconnects people from listening to their bodies and inner voice.

Articles:

Learn more about becoming a

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here.

TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course

and get a taste of what you can learn!

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa.

Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_469_-_How_to_Heal_from_Within_with_Katie_Beecher.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:53am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah catch up on the latest co-host news. Leah is expanding her yoga practice to include sound bowls to help clients reduce stress and discover deeper levels of relaxation. Holly Jean shares that she has been helping families move across the country to start living non-toxic lives.

The ladies recap the previous episodes:

They then take a look at an article about Bill Gates suggested future of making synthetic beef to solve climate change issues. Can this really help or are the factories making more of a contribution to climate change then we realize?

Articles:

 

Learn more about becoming a

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here.

TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course

and get a taste of what you can learn!

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa.

Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_468_-_Is_the_answer_as_simple_as_Synthetic_Beef_for_Everyone.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:01am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah chat with The Ketogenic Pharmacist Brian O’Halloran. Brian is a pharmacist of 20+ years and a Certified Ketogenic Nutrition Specialist. Often times, people think of their local pharmacist as a person who just fills prescriptions. Brian busts that myth and lets us know just how important, even critical, pharmacists are in the medical industry.

Brian is a bit of rogue pharmacist and wants to see his patients less by educating people about diet and lifestyle changes that can help them ditch the prescriptions all together. In this informative and interesting chat, we talk about:

  • Precautions when starting Low Carb/Keto diet if you are on medications
  • How to deal with Keto Flu
  • Why you must talk to your doctor about dietary changes and when you might want to find a new doctor

Connect with Brian on Instagram: @theketogenicpharmacist

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Direct download: LCC_467_-_Brian_OHalloran_The_Ketogenic_Pharmacist.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:57am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah chat with Amanda Nighbert. Amanda is a registered dietitian specializing in weight loss nutrition, a fitness enthusiast, and a working mom of two Amanda is a celebrated TEDx speaker for her talk on the number one reason why dieters fail (11K views) and is a beloved dietitian on Instagram. Amanda is a strong believer that dieting is temporary, something you start and stop. Therefore it is more important to focus on lifestyle changes to truly see long term weight loss success.

“Whatever you do to lose weight, be prepared to keep it up to keep it off.”

– Amanda Nighbert

Amanda has a very natural and realistic approach to health, nutrition, and weight loss and in this conversation she delivers brilliance in simplicity with her insights and methods. We cover everything from cholesterol to calorie counting in our chat and Amanda’s down-to-earth personality will leave you wanting her to be your new bestie! Don’t miss this entertaining (she is funny) and smart episode.

Official Site: https://amandanighbert.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amandanighbertrd/
TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@amandanighbertrd
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmandaNighbertRD/

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Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_466_-_Why_Diets_Fail_with_Amanda_Nighbert.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:15am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah chat with heart surgeon, Dr. Phillip Ovadia of Ovadia Heart Health. Dr Ovadia is dedicated to educating people about metabolic health and, ultimately, how to stay OFF of his operating table.

Dr Ovadia shares his story, realizing that the standard American diet was making him overweight and sick before deciding to try Keto where he discovered how great his health could be. It is now his mission to keep people off his operating table by helping with diet and lifestyle choices, ultimately preventing them from requiring extreme interventions, like surgery, and reversing their illness.

Read Dr Ovadia’s Book – Stay off my Operating Table

Articles:

How the keto diet helped a Malaysian family tackle health conditions

AHA statement finds few with diabetes reduce heart disease risk

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

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  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
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We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

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Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_465_-_Stay_off_my_Operating_Table_with_Dr_Philip_Ovadia.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:21am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

In this episode, Holly Jean and Leah talk all things homesteading and gardening with Jordyn & Kay Clark of Portage View Farm. Jordyn and Kay are homesteaders in Bellingham, WA where they raise goats, pigs, chickens, and turkeys as well as growing a garden and orchard. You can find them on Instagram where they share tips to help you learn how to be more self sufficient on your homestead (no matter the size!) Whether you have an apartment patio or small farm, you’ll love their easy tips on gardening, canning & raising animals.

Once you get past the idea stage of wanting to start a garden or homestead practices, you may find yourself overwhelmed with possibilities! Kay and Jordyn share great advice on how to find your own groove and style when it comes to becoming more self-sufficient. There is something for everyone in this episode, from the hobby gardener to boss-level preppers.

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Direct download: LCC_464_-_Getting_Started_with_Personalizing_Your_Homestead__Garden.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:10am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

 

In this episode, Holly Jean chats with holistic health and fasting expert, Dr. Mindy Pelz. Dr. Mindy is on a mission to inspire & empower a million people to start fasting. She has a popular Instagram page and YouTube channel where she shares videos on fasting and health tips and she is also a fellow podcaster, her show is called the Resetter Podcast, and she is the author of three bestselling books The Menopause Reset, The Reset Factor, and The Reset Kitchen.

Dr. Mindy shares her wisdom on the different styles of intermittent fasting (or feeding windows) and how it can be beneficial for hormones in women when timed correctly. The best way to fast is the way that leaves you feeling your best while achieving your desired results.

Article:

Direct download: LCC_463_-_Hormones_and_Fasting_over_40_with_Dr_Mindy_Pelz.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:58am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

In this episode, Leah and Holly Jean discuss contributing factors of autoimmune disease. For decades, doctors and researchers believed that autoimmune conditions were genetic, or hereditary, and even a normal side effect of the aging process. But as conditions are rising at alarming rates and the age of diagnosis is getting younger and younger, researchers are asking questions and exploring the reasons for autoimmune onset.

We take a look at nutrition and lifestyle factors in this episode and discuss whether or not the western diet is to blame. If nutrition and diet play a role in developing autoimmune disease, is it possible to use therapeutic diets to reverse symptoms and diagnosis? We explore all this and more, in this episode!

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Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!

Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa.

Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_462_-_Autoimmune_Disease_and_the_Western_Diet.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:15am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week Leah chats with Vanessa Kelly from Vanessa Kelly Yoga. Vanessa is a yoga instructor with an Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching and many wonderful post graduate qualifications including Kids’ yoga and prenatal.

Leah and Vanessa chat about the compounding issues that stack up for our children throughout the day and how to help guide them through mindful conversation, listening, yoga and meditation to help them find balance. These are the tools we wished we had been taught when we were children!

In this insightful chat, Vanessa suggests ways to connect through the use of yoga, meditation and mindful practices. Health is not just about food and this podcast will help you and your children with tools and thought provoking ideas.

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Cup Filling Cards

Meditations and Resources

Direct download: LCC_461_-_Emotional_Regulation_for_Children_with_Vanessa_Kelly_Yoga.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:17am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week Leah chats with Accredited Nutritional Therapist, Advanced Sports Exercise Nutritional Adviser Clinical Weight Loss Practitioner and Keto Blogger at FatForWeightLoss, Aaron Day.

Aaron was on the podcast a couple of years back discussing the secrets of Keto Cooking. This time is Aaron is discussing the pros and cons of adding carbs back into your diet after mastering Keto. What are the benefits of doing this? Aaron shares his tips and tricks and it is not just about heading out for a hamburger and fries (sorry to disappoint!)

Listen in as Leah and Aaron predict the top Food and Nutrition trends for 2022 – grab your chillable wine and listen in!

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362: Aaron Day from Fat for Weight Loss Shares the secrets to Keto Cooking

Fat for Weight Loss

This episode is sponsored by Outer Aisle Gourmet. To shop our favorite low carb, grain and gluten free Sandwich Thins and Pizza Crusts, click here and use code LOWCARBPODCAST at checkout to save 10% off your order

 

Learn more about becoming a

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here.

TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course

and get a taste of what you can learn!

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa.

Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_460_-_Adding_Carbs_After_Keto_with_Aaron_Day.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 10:33am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

Welcome to a New Year. We are starting the year with Leah and Holly discussing a new article on the Body Positivity Movement and an article that suggests that the messaging of the movement is not always positive in terms of health results.

We all can agree that one should love the body they have, regardless the flaws we perceive it to have. But the messaging is getting messy when it comes to self love and acceptance and undisputed health facts. In this episode, Leah and Holly break down the pros and cons of body positivity.

Article:

3 Lies The Body Positivity Movement Keeps Pushing That Are Hurting Women

Resource:

Undiet your Life with Stephanie Dodier

Direct download: LCC_459_-_The_Body_Positivity_Movement__Is_it_Right.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:29am EDT

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the podcast Leah chats with Lana Hall. Lana is a registered psychologist who’s helped hundreds of women reduce their stress and anxiety, improve their confidence, and do what brings them joy. She lives in Brisbane Australia and has written a Book, Program and Course called the The Slow Life Project.

Leah and Lana discuss whether you should make New Year’s Resolutions and Lana shares her tips on how to set yourself up to make your resolutions last as well as her tips for setting goals at any time of the year.

Next they look at negative self talk, how this is holding you back and what you can do to overcome this. This jam packed episode has some amazing pearls of wisdom from Lana that is very useful going into the New Year so do not skip past this episode.

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The Slow Life Project

The Slow Life Project book is a self study program for reducing overwhelm, discovering your purpose and passions, and learning how to best support yourself so you get to consistently show up as the confident, courageous and calm person you’d love to be.

 

This episode is sponsored by Outer Aisle Gourmet. To shop our favorite low carb, grain and gluten free Sandwich Thins and Pizza Crusts, click here and use code LOWCARBPODCAST at checkout to save 10% off your order

 

Learn more about becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here.
TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn!

 

Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM
  6. GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend.

We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much!

 

Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa.

Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks

Direct download: LCC_458_-_New_Years_Resolutions_and_the_Slow_Life_with_Lana_Hall.mp3
Category:Health/Diet -- posted at: 9:26am EDT

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