Episode 11 - Jason Christoff
Jason Christoff has been involved in the health and fitness industry for many years and ran the most successful health and weight loss clinic in Canada. Whilst his clinic was financially successful, his clients were not achieving the results he wanted them to achieve. He would be training them in the morning at his gym and then see them at the ice cream shop that night. This lead Jason on a journey to understand why his clients were sabotaging their health. He now runs a successful business helping people from around the world to overcome self sabotage, as well as teaching people how to become self sabotage coaches.
Episode 10 - Sarah Spann
Nutritionist, Sarah Spann joins me to talk about her new book Mind the Gut, as well as her journey in clinical practice and furthering her education in the field of nutritional medicine.
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Episode 9 - Chef Pete Evans
Pete Evans is well known in Australia as a celebrity chef, but he is so much more than that. He is a husband, a father, an entrepreneur, best selling author, and an advocate for health, truth, love and peace.
In this podcast we talk about the obesity and overweight epidemic in Australia, organic food, his documentaries the "Magic Plant" and "Nightcap on Minjungbal", as well as how to stay objective and how to keep a level head in the face of adversity.
Then just when I thought this podcast was winding up, the real magic begins.
This experience has undoubtedly changed the direction of my life. This podcast is about love, acceptance, self discovery, and emotional and spiritual enlightenment.
Thank you Pete Evans, I love you too, brother.
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Professor Gerald Pollack is conducting ground breaking research at the University of Washington on exclusion zone (EZ) water, which is also known as structured water. The findings of his research challenge the fundamental principles of biology and may very well be one of the most important discoveries of the 21st century.
For more information about Professor Pollack's work please visit his website;
He has also written several books on the topic of EZ water;
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In part I of “What Really Makes Us Sick? The Terrain or the Germ?”, we discussed the history of the germ and terrain theory, as well as some of the foundational principles of the terrain theory. In part II, we will introduce the concept of pleomorphism and explore some alternative reasons why we actually become sick. If you haven’t already read part I of this blog, it is important to do so, to be able to understand the topics discussed part II.
Monomorphism VS Pleomorphism
When Louis Pasteur proposed the germ theory in the 1850’s, he was convinced that all micro-organisms, such as bacteria had a definite and unalterable function, a fixed size and shape and that they were derived from an identical cell of the same lineage1. He argued that each pathogenic species of bacteria caused one specific disease and that they must be ‘caught’ from our external environment1. According to Pasteur, bacteria with these specific characteristics have...
Episode 7 - Professor Michael Kimlin
Professor Michael Kimlin joins me to talk about skin cancer, vitamin D and ultraviolet light exposure. What's a safe level of sun exposure? Do we need to be taking vitamin D supplements? Are there health benefits of sunlight that are beyond that of vitamin D? How does inflammation and obesity affect serum vitamin D levels? What's the optimal serum vitamin D level? Professor Kimlin answers all of these questions and more in this podcast.
Professor Michael Kimlin is a renowned cancer epidemiologist and is one of the leading authorities on skin cancer, vitamin D and ultraviolet radiation exposure. Professor Kimlin has been conducting research in this field for more than 30 years at some of Australia's leading universities and organisations like the Cancer Council. He has published more than 200 peer reviewed scientific papers and his contributions in the field of cancer research and ultraviolet light have been extraordinary.
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Episode 6 - Dr. Janet Schloss
Dr. Janet Schloss, clinical research fellow from the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine at Southern Cross University joins me to talk about the clinical use of medicinal cannabis. Dr. Schloss has undertaken significant research in to the field of cannabis, particularly in the management of patients undergoing cancer therapy.
To contact Dr. Schloss in regards to her research or about her clinical practice, please check out her website.
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Episode 5 - Dr. Robert O. Young
Dr. Robert O. Young joins me to talk about what really makes us sick. The germ or the terrain? Dr. Young has sold over 10 million copies of his book the pH Miracle and has recently appeared on the new documentary Thrive II.
For more information about Dr. Youngs work, or to get in contact with him, please visit his website.
You can also check out his book, the pH miracle, here.
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Episode 4 - Professor Marc Cohen
Professor of Medicine, Dr. Marc Cohen joins me to talk about the fascinating field of heat therapy and structured water.
For more information about Professor Cohens work, or to get in contact with him, please visit one of his websites.
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Terrain Theory: The Basis of Naturopathic Medicine
When I went through my training in complementary medicine around 2007, I was in one of the last cohorts of students taught about two theories of disease; ‘Germ Theory’ and ‘Terrain Theory’. At the time, I paid little attention to the importance of what I was being taught about the terrain, due to the assumption that it was ‘old, redundant and disproven science’. It seems that since 2007, terrain theory, which is one of the fundamental underpinnings of 'the old guard' of complementary medicine philosophy and practice, has been lost. It is no longer mentioned anywhere in the curriculum of any Australian based complementary medicine course that I am aware of. This has occurred, in part, from an unprecedented push towards evidence-based medicine, and the slow dilution of traditional evidence-based practice. This is not to say that one is better than the other. It is likely that in order for...