Guest: Dr. Datis Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, MNeuroSc
I’ve been waiting three months to post this.
Whenever I have the privilege of sitting down to interview Dr. Datis Kharrazian, he never fails to leave me with that “mind-blown” kind of feeling.
I mean, really, how smart can one person be?
So to kick off this week’s “Early Bird” Depression Sessions festivities, here’s Dr. Kharrazian’s full-length interview on How to Figure Out What’s Causing Your Depression.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
* Why there’s more to correcting mood disorders than just boosting neurotransmitter levels with amino acid supplements. A lot more!
* Why traumatic brain injuries often show up as depression … years down the road.
* How chronic gut inflammation can cause brain inflammation, leading to depression.
* What the “other symptoms” presenting with depression — anxiety, insomnia, blood sugar problems, and brain fog — can reveal about its cause.
PLUS, if you’d like to watch the HD video version of the interview (and download the video and transcript), get signed up for The Depression Sessions through the link below. Once you register, we’ll send you right in to the video.
Guests: The Depression Sessions Experts
I’m all kinds of giddy. Are you?
Our Depression Sessions pre-launch festivities officially kick off next Monday morning.
That’s when I start posting early bird, full-length sessions along with those fancy buttons for downloading the videos, audio files, and transcripts (for FREE!).
I’m still undecided on which early bird sessions I’ll be posting, but voting is well underway on the Facebook page.
On today’s episode of the podcast, my special guest is none other than … me!
I share and comment on 14 of my favorite clips from your Depression Sessions presenters, including…
Guest: Sayer Ji
It’s what we were told…
Plants get their energy from sunlight. And humans get theirs from food.
There was no overlap.
The abundant energy from the sun was thought to be pretty much useless for us mammals. Plants got it all to themselves. And we got to eat the plants, of course.
But is it really that simple?
Well, according to research out of Columbia University Medical Center, there is a considerable possibility that animals (including humans) may be “solar powered”.
In other words, when we consume green vegetables, the chlorophyll metabolites appear to enter the mitochondria, where they work together with sunlight to supercharge energy production in our cells.
Maybe THAT explains the energy boost we get from juicing, drinking more green smoothies, and pumping up our green veggie consumption.
It’s definitely possible. And the science is beginning to back it up!
On today’s episode of Underground Wellness Radio, Sayer Ji — Depression Sessions presenter and founder of GreenMedInfo — reveals a new paradigm in human energy production that will make you think twice about skipping your veggies.
Fascinating stuff, for sure.
Click the PLAY button below to listen to the entire interview!
Here are the links we mention in the episode:
Amazing Discovery: Plant Blood Enables Your Cells To Capture Sunlight Energy
Groundbreaking Discovery: Animal Cells Powered by Sunlight/Chlorophyll
Does Skin Pigment Act Like a Natural Solar Panel?
See you next week with some of my favorite clips from The Depression Sessions.
Guest: Rich Roll
I honestly don’t care.
You can be a vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, fruitarian, or … whatever.
As long as you’re eating real food, I’m happy.
Because wasting my time and energy arguing over food is something I gave up a long, long time ago.
But … when a guest comes on my podcast paying homage to The China Study and pointing the finger at meat consumption for our heart disease epidemic, I have no choice but to speak up.
Respectfully, of course.
On this week’s episode of Underground Wellness Radio, author and fellow podcaster Rich Roll stops by to share his incredible story of overcoming alcoholism and food addiction to become not only a staunch vegan, but one of the fittest people on the planet.
This is certainly one of the more candid discussions we’ve ever had on the podcast.
Click the PLAY button below to listen to the entire episode.
See ya next week with Sayer Ji!
Guest: Dr. David Perlmutter, MD
Imagine you have two groups of mice…
One group is outgoing and daring, while the other is rather timid and apprehensive.
You’re feeling kinda curious, so you decide to transplant the gut bacteria from the daredevil mice into the more “mousy” rodents. And vice versa.
A couple days later, you check the respective mouse quarters and are beyond shocked to find a ginormous party going on in the “timid” cage.
Meanwhile, the “daredevil” cage has a more library-ish vibe. Quiet as a mouse.
Somehow, someway, swapping out the gut bacteria between the two groups not only altered their gut microbiome, but also modified their behavior.