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#155: Naturally Knocked Up

Donielle Baker

Guest: Donielle Baker

Donielle Baker, author of the new book Naturally Knocked Up, visits the show to discuss natural fertility and more.

Topics include:

* Common toxins that disrupt the reproductive system.

* How to keep our homes toxin-free.

* The role of food in fertility.

* Simple steps to natural living.

Visit Donielle’s website www.naturallyknockedup.com .

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#154: Are Naturopaths Quacks?

Dr. Shauna Young

Guest: Dr. Shauna Young

Dr. Shauna Young, author of If Naturopaths are Quacks…Then I Guess I’m a Duck, stops by UW Radio to discuss her book as well as how she has been able to successfully treat autism by way of her Popeye Protocol.

Dr. Young also shares the science supporting the strong link between manganese toxicity and neurological problems.

This one is fascinating!

Visit Dr. Youngs’s website www.noharmfoundation.org.

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#153: The Weight of Childhood Obesity

Dr. J. Renae Norton

Guest: Dr. J. Renae Norton

Dr. J. Renae Norton, author of the children’s book How Maji Gets Mongo Off the Couch, joins Sean for a discussion on childhood obesity and what we can DO about it.

Topics include:

* The barriers to physical activity

* The role of schools in contributing to and ending childhood obesity

* Are food additives leading to childhood food addiction?

* The emotional impact of obesity on children

Visit Dr. Norton’s website www.eatingdisorderpro.com.

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#152: Pharmageddon: How Big Pharma Hijacked Healthcare

David Healy

Guest: David Healy

David Healy, author of Pharmageddon, visits the show to drop some ginormous truth bombs regarding what is REALLY wrong with healthcare and the pharmaceutical industry.

Topics include how patents, prescription-only status, and company-funded controlled trials have turned medicine away from care and into a marketing machine.

David also shares his ideas on how to fix this broken system.

Visit his blog at www.davidhealy.org.

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#151: How Self Image is the Key to Real Results

Deb Cheslow & Angie Flynn

Guests: Deb Cheslow & Angie Flynn

Deb Cheslow and Angie Flynn, authors of Release: The Simple Success Solution for Real and Permanent Weight Loss, return to UW Radio to explain how the achievement of our goals depends on the state of our self-image.

In other words, you can force it all you want but the self-image always wins. Self-sabotage is rooted in the incongruency between the self-image and our goals.

Topics include:

- How the programming we inherited from our parents during our early years may lie at the root of an inability to lose fat for good

- How to push through the all-too-familiar Terror Barrier

- The key to replacing bad habits with good ones

- The difference between hoping versus deciding a program will work.

Visit Deb and Angie’s website at www.myreleaseplan.com.

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#150: Understanding Food Addiction

Vera Tarman

Guest: Dr. Vera Tarman

Vera Tarman, MD stops by UW Radio to discuss the real science and neurochemistry at the core of food addiction. Learn all about how it is not the substances that the brain becomes addicted to but rather the neurochemicals that are released when consuming them.

Topics include:

* The 3-part brain model of addiction

* How food can be just as addictive as alcohol

* Exactly which foods are most addictive and WHY

* How dieting can lead to substance abuse

* How to naturally boost feel-good chemicals in the brain

* The most effective treatments for food addiction

Visit Dr. Tarman’s website at www.addictionsunplugged.com.

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#149: The 4 P’s of Fat Loss

Pete Cohen

Guest: Pete Cohen

Best-selling author Pete Cohen joins Sean for a discussion on how we can combine and use the studies of human behavior and psychology along with life coaching to conquer overweight and obesity.

Topics include Pete’s 4 P’s of Fat Loss, common habits that contribute to weight gain, why some people are successful at fat loss while others are not, and why some people are happier than others.

You also learn the secrets of success that Pete has effectively used with Olympic champions as well as everyday people seeking permanent fat loss.

Learn more about Pete at www.weightlossguru.com/blog.

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