Dr. Tim Jackson stops by UW Radio to discuss Neuroimmune Syndromes, disorders that affect both the Nervous and Immune System.
Topics include the vital role of methylation in controlling inflammation and facilitating detoxification, the causes and triggers of Neuro-Immune Syndromes, and how to treat these highly prevalent conditions.
My main man Morley Robbins from the 847 makes his first live appearance as a UW Radio guest, as he discusses the connection between magnesium deficiency and chronic disease. Topics include how we get deficient in magnesium in the first place, how magnesium is involved in the stress response, Morley’s controversial take on calcium and vitamin D supplementation, and how fluoride impacts magnesium status.
Our favorite digestion doctor Allison Siebecker returns to UW Radio to answer YOUR questions! Dr. Siebecker covers the causes of bacteria overgrowth in the small and large intestine (leaky gut), methods for troubleshooting digestion issues, and much more!
Stanley A. Fishman, author of Tender Grassfed Meat, stops by UW Radio to discuss the health benefits of consuming traditional grassfed meat. Topics include why beef, bison, and lamb are at their healthy best when they have been fed only the food they were designed to eat, why grassfed meat should be cooked differently, and how you can easily incorporate this type of meat into your diet.
Health and wellness aren’t just about the gym and a healthy diet. We have to cover ALL of our bases.
Brian Johnson, author of A Philosopher’s Notes, hangs out with Sean for an hour to talk all about optimal living.
We all deserve to live a life we love, and Brian’s book provides the steps we need to take to have it. Topics include positive psychology, living with virtue, health and fitness, goal-setting, and the secret to intimate relationships.