Dr. Miller is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and also trained with Dr. Andrew Weil as an Integrative Medicine Fellow at the University of Arizona. She is currently Medical Director of Triune Integrative Medicine, an integrative medicine clinic in Medford, Oregon.
Miller blogs regularly for Sharecare.com, an interactive health and wellness website founded in conjunction with Dr. Mehmet Oz, where she serves as Executive Advisory Board member. Robin is also a medical reporter and regular correspondent for KOBI-5, the NBC affiliate in Southern Oregon as well as a regular guest on the Dr. Oz show.
As Americans scramble to jump onto lunar cycle eating with the Moon diet, or the South Beach or Keto or Paleo diets, or whatever other diet du jour is trending, integrative medicine physician Dr. Robin Miller says,“Ditch the fads and look to your gut to get you toward your goals of health, happiness and weight loss”.
Dr. Miller shares: the top 5 secrets of longevity, how to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease, specific mushroom and exact dosages for some cancer protocols, tricks for improving Parkinson’s disease, a powerful independent risk factor for heart disease that can be increased on certain Paleo/Keto diets, the benefits of “scream cream” to enhance the female orgasm and how to obtain this, gene tests that tell you how you metabolize macro-food elements such as carbs or pharmaceuticals, the benefits of coffee versus tea, and a lot about the truly extraordinary benefits of dancing.
During this dynamic, yet warm and informative conversation, Miller and Berkson soon figure out that not only are they both from Chicago, they both are west coast swing devoted ballroom dancers. Learn how dancing effects the microbiome!
During this in-depth conversation, you learn so much practical nutritional information, while at the same time you also get to witness these two doctors forge an authentic girlfriend-ship. Fun!
Possibilities, Psychology & Quantum Physics. Mel Schwartz, author of THE POSSIBILITY PRINCIPLE, is a therapist who has practiced for over 20 years. He is an emerging voice in the field of personal transformation.
Mel is one of the first practicing psychotherapists to integrate the principles of “quantum physics” into a “psychotherapeutic” approach.
Mel is the author of The Art of Intimacy, The Pleasure of Passion, and he blogs for Psychology Today. He has written over 100 articles, read by more than 1.5 million people. He offers supervisions and trainings to those in the helping professions.
This gentle conversation unfolds as Mel is sitting in his home by the sea on the east coast with Berkson in Texas. Schwartz and Berkson discuss exactly how he introduces these principals to those who are having issues in relationships, incapacitated by fear or wanting to understand what is holding them back in life.
This show is like a conversation in “is-ness” and “being-ness” introducing a new approach to diving deeper. Mel’s work focuses on helping you achieve a more authentic relationship with your deeper self as well as those you long to achieve harmony with.
Functional gastroenterologist Dr. Kenneth Brown, looks at the bigger picture including food and herbs to heal America’s ill guts.
The gut has been called the 2nd brain, the mother ship of our health, the seat of our immune system, and the place where we get our authentic gut instinct—if all is working well. But if your gut is ill, “all” of you can feel miserable. This is difficult to appreciate if you haven’t experienced serious gut issues. But millions have.
Health starts in the gut. Many respectable research institutions are proclaiming and demonstrating this. But Americans are having more and more gut issues and worse and worse overall health. We have the first generation of kids who are forecasted to die earlier than their parent’s generation.
Dr. Ken Brown admits that gastroenterology has insufficient tools to meet the demands and disease needs of our increasing ill Americans. That’s why he is the first gut doc, who used to design pharmaceuticals, to now recommend diet, herbs and even CBD oil.
Dr. Ken Brown received his medical degree from the University of Nebraska Medical School, and completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology in San Antonio Texas. He is a board certified gastroenterologist who has been in practice for the past 15 years. His clinical focus has been on inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome.
For the last 10 years Dr. Brown has been conducting clinical research for various pharmacologic companies. During this time, he saw the unmet need for something natural that could help his IBS patients find real relief. After working on the development of Atrantil for over 6 years Atrantil launched in 2015.
Dr. Brown and his research team developed Atrantil with the intent of helping those suffering from the symptoms of IBS which we now know are caused by bacterial overgrowth. Dr. Brown shares how the application of Atrantil has expanded (when combined with diet, other herbs and functional medicine protocols) to include inflammatory bowel disease as well as a bucket list of other serious gut conditions often thought to either have no answers or require life long meds or surgery. Dr. Brown shares that he regularly gets his patients off drugs or into remission, rather rapidly, by these natural means, without meds or surgery.
This is a dynamic, informative and inspiring 1-1/2 hour show.
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Lisa Tamati is a best selling author of “Running Hot” and “Running To Extremes.”
She is all about never giving up and taking yourself to new levels no matter what the odds. Lisa is an ultra marathoner. She runs. Across deserts and up at crazy high heights. Even though she has broken her neck and back and was told she should never run and could never run. She’s an asthmatic with much less lung capacity than you or me. But Lisa doesn’t give up. Never. She shares how she trains her brain to approach her world like this. She launched a new mind set course so that anyone from athletes to a regular Jane or Joe can learn the mind set steps that she has developed to have the motivation to get you to wherever you dream to go.
To show you how much you should (don’t you hate being ‘should upon’) never give up, is the story of Lisa’s other half (not her handsome fireman husband) but her mum (as they say down under in New Zealand where Lisa lives). Her mother had both a brain aneurysm and stroke and lost all ability to walk, talk and was unconscious in a coma. Against all odds, Lisa shares exactly how she got her mother back. Her mother, Isabel, is now walking, talking and more normal than you or I.
So much of life is having more tools in your tool bag. The critical tool of rebooting your mind set to not take the negativity and doom and gloom of others, but be able to pioneer your own success and courage, this is the stuff that allows you to soar above the clouds rather than merely surviving in the rain beneath them.
This show is a dynamic conversation between two women who have faced so many odds, and not only came out even, both have came out filled with life, health, hope and a huge connection to the powerful beat of life itself.
Today’s culture of eating too much in front of the TV, being told you have a disease you have to stay on meds for life, being told it’s their fault so sue them and get what you deserve, all trains us for learned helplessness and entitlement.
Looking for others for what you might be, keeps the emphasis on might.
Looking to yourself for what you can be, allows the emphasis to be on hope.
Your life is up to you. No matter the odds, how you were raised, how you were traumatized or your specific limiting diagnosis, in actuality, so much of your world is how you make it. This is of course, easy to say and yet not easy for many to do.
However, after you hear this show, your tool bag will have many more exact tools for you to be what you would love to be.
Lisa shared that when her Dad discussed their need to initiate funeral details to plan for her mom’s death, Lisa looked at him and proclaimed, “As long as you have breath, you fight. You fight for her life. Not plan for her death.”
As long as you have breath, you fight for what dream you want to come true.
But like any fighter has to train, if you want the motivation to do great things, you need to train for your life as though your life depended on it.
This inspiring motivational show will leave you feeling grateful and hopeful to alive, no matter the details of what has been bogging you down. You will get some very exact, practical tools to reset your mindset and motivation immediately and authentically. As well as a bunch of true belly laughs along the way. This show is exciting, rousing, touching and fun. All wrapped into an hour and 20+ minutes for your listening inspiration.
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