Abel James, author of The Wild Diet and host of the popular Fat Burning Man Show, stops by UW Radio this week to share his take on fat loss. Sean and Abel discuss the importance of visualizing goals, incorporating a wild diet, and the difference between men and women when it comes to fat loss.
Clinical nutritionist Christa Orecchio stops by to help you dive into your relationship with food and to teach you how to shift your perspective in order to break free from the programming lying at the root of unhealthy eating habits.
Changing the way we eat can be a challenging task. As much as we’d like to simply flip the switch, stop eating junk, and start eating a healthy diet, many of us find that it’s not that easy.
We have a relationship with food, an intense relationship that may have begun when we were children. And the truth is that food can be hard to break up with.
Troy Casey, the Certified Health Nut, stops by UW Radio this week to discuss his journey into the holistic health world. Tune in and learn about Troy’s findings from traveling the world, including his work in the Amazon, shamanic medicine and indigenous cultures, and his current work with Discovery’s Planet Green Network.
Dr. Dan Kalish stops by UW Radio to discuss his new book, The Kalish Method, which integrates the latest in modern scientific testing with age-old natural health solutions for weight loss, fatigue, depression, and female hormone imbalances.
Topics include using functional medicine assessments for hormones, digestion and detoxification systems, and one of the most significant recent breakthroughs in natural medicine.
Guests: Stefani Ruper, Dean Dwyer, Dr. Colin Champ, and Abel James
Guest host Jimmy Moore of the Livin’ La Vida Low Carb Blog & Podcast returns to UW Radio for a roundtable with Paleo experts including Stefani Ruper, Dean Dwyer, Dr. Colin Champ, and Abel James. The gang discusses the importance of the Paleo and Real Food blogosphere, critiques of the low-carb diet, and important steps you can take to find the diet that is right for YOU.
Documentary film maker Eric Merola returns to the show to discuss the ongoing saga of Dr. Stanislav Burzynski and the goverment's war against his highly effective antineoplaston cancer therapy.
Topics will also include Gene Targeted Cancer Therapy, the social media campaign against Dr. Burzynski, and why the FDA remains in opposition of a therapy that has proven to be more effective than the current standard of care.