I know you want to watch today’s video, but last night’s radio show was an Instant Classic that you must listen to NOW. And when you’re done, please send it to as many friends as you can.
Dr. Dan Kalish rocked the UW Radio house, as we discussed neurotransmitter deficiencies and how they related to weight gain, cravings, depression, anxiety, and more. It was certainly one of my favorite shows ever.
As I was getting prepared for our show, I decided to go to Whole Foods and pick up a few of the supplements he recommends. I feel amazing! I guess I had a dopamine deficiency going on. A little 5-HTP, tyrosine, and B6 has me happy as a lark today (and super productive, too!).
Second, I’ve gotten about a billion emails about Wednesday’s FDN webinar recording. This morning, Reed sent it over. Click HERE to view it.
By the way, the discount code (FDN200) for $200 off the course ends TONIGHT at 11:59 Pacific Time. Take advantage! When you enroll, you also receive a 30-45 minute coaching call with me as well as the link to my How to Build Your Brand Through Social Media lecture video. You’ll dig it!
Lastly, I’ll be sending out an email-list-only podcast on Monday morning. My guest is Morley Robbins. If you’re a UW podcaster you may know him as my main main Morley from the 847. He and I had a fascinating discussing that I know you’re gonna love.
This recording is ONLY for those signed up for my email list, so get signed up in the upper right corner NOW! There will be many more exclusive podcasts coming very, very soon.
Click HERE to watch Morley’s Misled…And Misfed presentation. The man oozes with passion.
Oh! I had a couple of great calls this morning. Be sure to keep stopping by this blog, as I will be giving away a few cans of Vital Whey protein powder (from gras-fed cows) and some interval timers from Gymboss.
Truth bombs were falling out of the sky last night as I sat down at my desk to watch the rest of Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride’s lecture from the Wise Traditions London DVD.
I learned all about how the health of the digestive system plays a HUGE role in asthma, epilepsy, depression, and a whole lot more! Mind blowing info, indeed.
Tomorrow, I plan on filling you guys in on the whole asthma situation. Did you know that asthma meds actually cause long-term lung damage?
But today I felt the need to talk about one of my favorite topics, reproduction. I love talking about baby making!
Click the video below to learn how your immune system was inherited from your mother, and why it is so incredibly important for women (and men) to ensure that their guts are well stocked with healthy flora.
Too many babies are coming into this world with the chips down. What results is an ugly cascade of compromised immunity, infections, antibiotics, worsened gut flora and immunity, leaky gut, toxicity, food sensitivities, and autoimmunity.
Talk about a domino effect!
Let’s nip this thing in the bud by educating ourselves and eating with our children in mind.
If you’re interested in learning more about health baby-making, click HERE to check our my buddy Chris Kresser’s Healthy Baby Code program. You’ll dig it.
I spent the couple days pouring over Natasha Campbell-McBride’s book Gut and Psychology Syndrome as well as watching the fascinating lecture she gave at The Weston A. Price Foundation’s Wise Traditions Conference 2011 in London on DVD.
In a nutshell, gut flora is king! If your flora is out of balance, you’ve got problems.
The problem is that we tend to not take our gut flora as seriously as we should. Why? Well, it’s most likely due to lack of education. No one is really talking about these health-giving microbes in schools or in the media — well, besides those ridiculous high-sugar yogurt commercials.
So, today’s video is my rendition of Dr. Campbell-McBride’s wonderful lecture. Actually, it’s the first 10 minutes of her 90-minute talk. There’s enough material in that lecture to cover two weeks of videos! Stay tuned for more.
Click the video below and be sure to leave a comment to enter our Wise Traditions London 2011 DVD giveaway contest. We’re giving away this 4-DVD set to three lucky commenters.
In addition to Dr. Campbell-McBride, the DVD includes presentations by:
* Zoe Harcombe, MA
* Dr. Malcolm Kendrick, MD
* Barry Groves, PhD
* Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN
* Jerry Brunetti
* Graham Harvey