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The Humanley Podcast Episode 27

Episode 27: Dr. Christine Houghton - The Supplement Dilemma

Can we really influence specific biochemical pathways with mega doses of single vitamins and minerals? Why have we forgotten about the food matrix and the synergistic effects of whole food, in favour of vitamin supplements? How can foods be more powerful at regulating cellular mechanisms compared to a single nutrient? Where did we start going wrong in natural medicine, why did we decide to move away from harnessing the power of food as medicine and start relying on synthetic nutritional supplements?

Dr Christine Houghton holds a PhD in Nutrigenomics and a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of Queensland as well as a Graduate Diploma in Human Nutrition from Deakin University in Victoria. She is a registered Nutritionist and Adjunct Lecturer in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Science at the University of Queensland. Christine founded the Brisbane company, Cell-Logic which is focused toward the research and...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 26

Episode 26: Dawn Parker & David Lester - What Really Makes You Ill?

In this episode of the Humanley podcast, Dawn Parker and David Lester, authors of the book "What Really Makes You Ill? Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Disease Is Wrong" join me to talk about what they have discovered after 10 years of researching what really makes us sick. This may be a very eye opening podcast for many listeners, and for others it may confirm ideas and thoughts you have already had about disease. The human race has never been as unwell as it is right now. Is it time for us to challenge our currently held beliefs about disease?

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 25


Episode 25: Amandha Vollmer - Natural Healing & Beyond

Amandha Dawn Vollmer holds a degree of Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Biotechnology from the University of Lethbridge. She is a professional Holistic Health Practitioner, helping people to prevent disease and heal naturally for over 15 years.

Amandha owns and operates YumNaturals Emporium (, in Ontario (Canada) where she designs and produces handcrafted, all-natural body care remedies, since 2012. She is also a blogger, vlogger and the mother of a young and creative daughter.

She shares her precious holistic health knowledge and the wisdom of Mother Nature in articles and countless videos on her blog called Yummy.Doctor.

Amandha is also the published author of Healing with DMSO, a science-backed guide that will help readers understand how DMSO works, why it works, and the many ways we can harness its...

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Episode 24: Special Edition - Dr's Round Table - The Pandemic of Fear

Episode 24: Special Edition - Dr's Roundtable - The Pandemic of Fear

In this special round table event, Dr. Christiane Northrup MD, Dr. Jordan Grant MD and Dr. Catherine Fyans MD join me to talk about the Covid-19 pandemic and the terrain vs germ theory paradox. Do germs really make us sick? Why have we become germ-phobic? What is the terrain and what is its role in health and wellbeing? Has the Sars-CoV-2 virus been isolated? Are vaccines our saviour? Why has there been such a disproportionate response to this pandemic? Is this the beginning of a paradigm shift within our healthcare system? We also talk about the psychology of fear and the negative health consequences of sustained and prolonged stress, the power of positivity and its relationship with health.

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 23

Episode 23: Dr Larry Malerba - Homeopathy, The Real Medicine

Dr. Larry Malerba, DO, DHt is a classical homeopath, osteopathic physician, and educator whose mission is to build bridges between holistic healing, conventional medicine, and spirituality. He is the author of three books: Green MedicineMetaphysics & Medicine, and his newest book, Dynamic Medicine: The World According to Homeopathy. His latest project is a continuing series of brief educational videos about homeopathy, which can be viewed on the All Things Homeopathy channel on YouTube. Dr. Malerba is board certified in Homeotherapeutics and past president of the Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of New York. 

In this podcast, Dr. Malerba joins me to talk about his journey from studying medicine to incorporating homeopathy in to his medical practice. Dr. Malerba has successfully helped thousands of his clients regain their health using an integrative medical approach...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 22

Episode 22: Ross Walter - Treat The Cause

Ross Walter is a naturopath and nutritionist, with a special interest in treating complex and chronic non-responding conditions. In this podcast, Ross joins me to talk about the principles of natural medicine, including the importance of identifying and treating the cause of our clients health concerns. We discuss various strategies to develop a thorough picture of a clients overall health, including physical examination, pathology and functional testing. Ross and I also discuss the current state of the profession, the sickness model VS the wellness model, the risk of naturopaths practicing "green pharmacy", the benefits of food as medicine VS supplementation and a range of other interesting topics.   

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 21

Episode 21: Dr. Catherine Fyans - Novel Questions

Dr. Catherine Fyans is a holistic GP who has been in clinical practice for over 40 years. She has a special interest in mind-body medicine and has completed training in various other complementary health disciplines such as kinesiology. Dr. Fyans joins me to discuss current world events and to share her perspective on a range of topics including face masks, lock downs, PCR testing & more.

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 20


Episode 20: Cole Clayton - Baseline Breathing

Cole Clayton is an Osteopath with a special interest in the utilisation of various breathing techniques to achieve meaningful therapeutic benefit for his clients. Over the last 10 years, Cole has been teaching people from around the world about how to take control of their breath to improve their overall health and wellbeing. He has since developed his own method called "Baseline Breathing", which helps people understand the how, where, why, what and when of breath work.

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 19


Episode 19: Karen McElroy - Rediscovering Heliotherapy

Karen McElroy is a naturopath, nutritionist, mid body counsellor and educator with over 20 years clinical experience. She has special interest in heliotherapy, which is the therapeutic healing effects of sunlight. In this podcast, Karen talks to me about the healing effects of the sun above and beyond that of vitamin D. We also discuss the suns effect on melanin, mitochondrial energy production, chromophores, the formation of exclusion zone water, whether or not sunglasses are having a negative impact on our health, the photosynthetic capacity of human beings, sun gazing, the benefits of UV light, infra-red light exposure and many other thought provoking topics.

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The Rot on Sugar and Tooth Decay

Written by Daniel Roytas, MHSc (Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM, MANTA

Dental carries are one of the most prevalent non-communicable chronic diseases in the world. Refined and processed foods that contain a high level of free sugars, that are either present naturally or added to foods, pose the greatest risk in the development of carries1. The most common types of sugars implicated in the development of carries include monosaccharides (glucose, galactose, fructose) and disaccharides (sucrose, maltose, lactose). The current evidence suggests that the development of dental carries is reduced when the consumption of free sugars is less than 10% of the total dietary energy intake1. It should be noted that dental carries are not eliminated with a reduced free sugar intake below 10%, suggesting that even small amounts of sugar are harmful to our oral health1.

Dental carries are said to develop when sugars come in to contact with oral bacteria. When bacteria metabolises or ferments...

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