Katina Mountanos is the founder of the lifestyle and wellness site, On Adulting. Katina is a writer, creator, entrepreneur, certified health coach, and yoga teacher. She been featured in outlets such as teen vogue, mindbodygreen, huffington post, elite daily, thrive global + others. In this episode Katina discusses Passion Therapy, Yoga, Meditation, and other generally cool health and wellness topics.
Helene Byrne is an internationally recognized prenatal and postpartum health and fitness expert with over 25 years of experience, creator of the award-winning DVD “Bounce Back Fast! Postnatal Core Conditioning” and author of the acclaimed book “Exercise After Pregnancy: How to Look and Feel Your Best,” and founder of BeFit-Mom at www.befitmom.com. she holds a BFA from the Boston Conservatory and is an ACE (American Council on Exercise) certified Personal Trainer.
As we have now recorded 75 episodes (what a journey it’s been!) It is now time for a top ten tips episode! This episode covers the top 10 tips from our last 25 episodes.
Our team narrowed this list down as the “easy-to-do,” “most-worth-learning-more-about,” points from our world class guests that have the potential to improve your health and wellbeing.
In this episode we review the meta-studies that show the best supplements to aid with Mood and Depression. Presented in order, these supplements are inexpensive, easy to take, and three of them have so many additional health benefits that most adults would benefit from daily doses anyway. Listen in to learn what the top supplements are, and how to choose between and experiment with them to discover which of these may have the most benefit for you.
In this episode we present the latest in natural solutions to improve mood and depression with Sinead Urwin. This is part one in a 2 part series. In this episode we cover depression statistics, the mind-body connection and how our physiology affects our mood and emotions, and the role of the microbiome (the bacteria that live in our intestines) play in depression. In the next episode, we’ll cover the most recent clinical studies into natural supplements that aid with mood, depression, and anxiety.
Our country is suffering from major sleep problems. We don’t get enough sleep, and we get low quality sleep. In this episode we cover sleep quality and quantity, for men and women, including routines and supplements that can help.
Jessica Golding is a certified health coach with certification from Villanova University. She has been on the show previously, episode 53, make sure and check that out as well.
This is part two in a two of our interview with Dr. Friesen. If you missed part 1, check it out here. While this episode focuses more on biohacking and achieving goals in health, in the last episode he focuses more on the fundamental principles of achieving goals in any aspect of your life.
This episode is a grab bag of hacks and systems Dr. Friesen uses himself, or with his clients to optimize their health and performance. Here are some of the things he recommends:
Remember those old “self help” books… back when we had book stores? Well, much of the information in those books was nice, but not necessarily accurate, and didn’t work for everybody. Get the latest proven techniques for increased performance and success from one of the worlds leading experts on the topic, Dr. Chris Friesen.
Bracha Goetz is a Harvard grad, a successful children’s book author… and a person who has overcome serious health addictions.
Her story is powerful, meaningful, and profound. Listen in as she discusses her new memoir, Searching for God in the Garbage, as well as life insights that have helped her overcome serious food addiction and live a more healthy and purposeful life.