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September 7, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Katarina Wilk. Katarina Wilk is a health and medicine journalist and the author of the book Perimenopower - the ultimate guide for women who started to experience strange symptoms with sleep, mood and body that are linked to perimenopause. Katarina discusses everything about how and why the body reacts the way it does during this period. She gives the best tips, all in one place, helping readers become well-rested and glowing with improved mood. She shares  wisdom about sleep, yoga, natural supplements, diet, exercise and the hormone, estrogen – everything to help women get the right preconditions to discover their female superpower when the hormones swing – your Perimenopower. Katarina Wilk explains the essence of wellness: ”The rockier part of the transition phase in a women's life is the perimenopause. And all women from all over the world are going through this. We can help each other by sharing our stories.” IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: Science behind perimenopause and menopause Symptoms of perimenopause Holistic approach and lifestyle to help during this period Tips and tricks to deal with perimenopause     Connect with Katarina Wilk Follow on Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram Follow Perimenopower on Facebook Perimenopower book on Amazon About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best,  science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.
August 31, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Gordon Pedersen. His list of accomplishments is long: He has a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine. He has a Ph.D. from the Toxicology program and a Ph.D in Immunology and Biology from Utah State University. He is Board Certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and also holds a Master’s degree in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Wellness. Dr. Pedersen completed an internship with Jonas Salk, the American medical researcher discovered and developed the polio vaccine. He has formulated over 150 products, was a Bronze medalist in the 2003 Utah Winter Games, and is a Best Selling Author.  Dr. Pedersen has spent countless hours studying silver and is frequently called upon as the world’s leading authority on silver as a health tool. He is a distinguished speaker for the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) and has worked with several national and international governmental organizations on the topic of silver. Dr. Pedersen has volunteered and personally funded efforts to bring silver and its benefits into poor African communities, with dramatic results helping the malaria disease. Dr. Pedersen explains the essence of wellness: “Essence stands for Eat, Sleep, Supplement, Exercise, Neutralize poison in our environment, Clean water and Eliminate stress” IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: How silver and its properties are useful for a variety of health conditions How silver can be used to help with women's issues The role of gut health and how it impacts our emotional, mental and physical health  Connect with Dr. Gordon Pedersen : Follow Gordon Pedersen on Facebook and LinkedIn Follow Gordon Pedersen on website About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.  
August 24, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Kasia Kines. Dr. Kasia Kines is an Amazon best-selling author of Epstein-Barr Virus Solution, a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition from MUIH (Maryland University of Integrative Health), and a graduate of the first doctoral functional nutrition program created by Dr. Liz Lipski, PhD and CEO of Holistic Nutrition Naturally LLC and EBV Educational Institute. She has been in clinical practice since 2005 - helping close to 2,000 clients, one at a time, with complicated health issues such as gastrointestinal and autoimmune conditions, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), and Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) which is currently her main focus. Her virtual clinic serves people around the world. Because she works in depth with each individual, she takes only a limited number of new clients at a time. Dr. Kines is a compassionate clinician, taking the time to intimately know and understand every client. She spends hours of research on each client’s health history before beginning a treatment plan with them. Her countless testimonials recount from her clients are a testament to her encouraging guidance and their improved health. She continually improves her knowledge through professional organizations as well as her focused research into the maladies that affect her clients. Dr. Kines tells listeners: “You are enough as you are. You don’t have to prove anything to anybody. Just enjoy your life. Slow down and value each moment. Have more pleasure, have more joy, do things that you love.” IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: What is EBV and how it differs from other viruses? Differences between acute and chronic infections  What can help prevent the reactivation of the virus? Connect with Dr. Kasia Kines : Follow Dr. Kasia Kines on Facebook, and LinkedIn Follow Dr. Kasia Kines on her website.     About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.
August 17, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Tom Incledon. Dr. Tom Incledon is a world-renowned expert in human health and performance. He is the Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Causenta Wellness, where he is bringing a unique approach to health care and cancer treatment. Dr. Tom had an extremely poor upbringing in The Bronx, New York. Despite his upbringing, his intellectual brilliance brought him opportunities such as managing a business at age 11 and going to college at age 12. His passion for curing cancer was ignited by an incident in his childhood when his babysitter died suddenly because of brain cancer - at the age of 19. Dr. Tom Incledon tells listeners: “The way you get results when you're faced with an overwhelming journey of misinformation, is you have to ask the right questions and critically understand the philosophy and capabilities of the resources in front of you.” IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: Link between diet and diseases New technology advancements to help cure diseases Factors that contribute to recovering faster from life threatening diseases Different approaches and truths behind different kinds of treatment and therapy Connect with Dr. Tom Incledon : Follow Dr. Tom Incledon on Facebook, and LinkedIn Follow Dr. Tom on his website.     About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.  
August 11, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Michelle Sutphin. Michelle Sutphin is a lyme disease survivor who healed through natural means. Her goal is to spread the word about natural holistic modalities with her story and expertise. Her journey started back in 2012 when she and her son contracted Lyme Disease and then later on, her husband too. She was given three choices on how to fight back: the antibiotic, the herbal, or the homoeopathic route. In her experience, she found true recovery in the homeopathic route and proceeded to learn more about it.  Today, Michelle is a certified aromatherapist and is currently finishing a masters program in Clinical Herbalism.  She is also sharing her expertise in her private Facebook group Holistic Nova. Michelle Sutphin tells listeners: “You can’t really be an effective healer unless you have been wounded and have healed yourself and gone through that journey yourself.”     IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: Different approaches to fight back Lyme disease Basic understanding of Western Herbalism Difference between Aromatherapy, Homeotherapy and Herbalism Precautions and benefits of Aromatherapy and Herbalism     Connect with Michelle Sutphin : Follow Michelle Sutphin on LinkedIn.     About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.
August 3, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Teri Cochrane. Teri Cochrane is an  internationally known health expert specializing in complex and chronic conditions as well as optimizing elite performers. She recently authored Amazon #1 newly released book titled The Wildatarian Diet: Living as Nature Intended. Teri started as a risk manager by trade but became a risk manager for her children's health when their health started declining while following the traditional path of medicine. Their health conditions led her to seek solutions to their health crises. Both of her children recovered from life-threatening illnesses when she discerned the root cause of their imbalances and when they changed the way they ate to support their unique genetic blueprint. She applies this thinking and approach to each of her clients as well, resulting to thousands of people being transformed to better their health. Her approach is coined as the “The Cochrane Method”.  This method is also applied in her latest book The Wildatarian Diet: Living as Nature Intended. This book has pioneering research that teaches us that there is no one health food for everyone and how pathogens, stress, and our environment can influence our genes and therefore our health. The diet is completely customized to your individual Wild Type. Teri Cochrane tells listeners: “There's no one health food for everyone and there's no one supplement for everyone. We are all different.” IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: What is Bioindividuality  The contribution of genes in diseases and illnesses Factors that influence our genetics Link between the food we eat, our microbiology and the illnesses today Factors that mess up our gut health     Connect with Teri Cochrane: Follow Teri Cochrane on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram. Follow Teri Cochrane on website About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.
July 27, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by DeBritt Ealey. DeBritt Ealey is a licensed acupuncturist, a CBD coach and herbalist practicing for almost 20 years. She teaches us about different methods of therapy including: Traditional Acupuncture, Cupping,  Gua Sha, Detox Therapy, Supplements, and Rejuvenation treatments. And overview of the therapists you used and what types of health issues commonly seen in her clinic. DeBritt tells listeners: “Balance is everything. Eat a healthy diet, reduce stress and just do as much self-care as you possibly can.”   IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: What is CBD and its therapeutic benefits Different methods of CBD delivery systems What you should look for a CBD product and what works best for you   Connect with DeBritt Ealey : Follow DeBritt Ealey on Facebook and LinkedIn Follow DeBritt Ealey on website   About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.
July 20, 2019
In episode 54, we are joined by Dr. Tro Kalayjian. Dr. Tro’s weight loss story begun at childhood. He grew up obese in an obese family with multiple complications brought by their condition. He knew he wanted to be a doctor early on to find the cure to his family’s complications and their struggle with weight. He went through college, medical school, and residency; and consistently gained pounds every year. His life changed when one day, he accepted his wife’s challenge to finally lose the weight so that he can better help his patients to get off medication and start their weight loss journey the healthy way. Today, Dr. Tro Kalayjian is a board-certified Internal Medicine & Obesity Medicine Physician.  He has lost 150lbs and reclaimed his health for himself and his family by ignoring much of the conventional medical advice that we have been told. He’s also the Medical Director of Dr. Tro’s Medical Weight Loss and Direct Primary Care that specializes in obesity and takes a therapeutic focus on diabetes, obesity, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, metabolic syndrome and PCOS. Dr. Tro tells listeners: “If stress is making you eat, that is by design and it’s normal. The question is what input you give to your body. If you give it the right input and food, you’re gonna get the right output.”   IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: How to start your weight loss journey The common misconceptions on weight loss  Hormonal, societal,and lifestyle influences that contribute to obesity The science between hunger and stress. Benefits of community and lifestyle support in controlling obesity.   Connect with Dr. Tro Kalayjian : Follow Dr. Tro on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Learn more about Dr. Tro on his website.   About Everyday Wellness Podcast Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best, science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.
July 13, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Anthony Giordano. Anthony, a.k.a “Italian Goes Keto” was obese and pushing 200 pounds 2 years ago. He decided to turn things around when his wife was expecting and realized he needed to make changes to his health in order to live longer for his family. Anthony did what most Italians wouldn't do, he gave up carbs - pasta, pizza, and bread! He lost 50 pounds with the low-carb ketogenic diet.
June 30, 2019
Dena Jackson is a stand-up comedian and speaker who teaches hatha yoga and meditation. She has performed at various comedy festivals across Canada and the United States. She recently delivered a TEDx talk and has a podcast called the Ego Podcast. She talks to us today about how yoga changed her life and how it helps her with her comedy. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. Find us at www.chtwellness.com and www.kellydonahuephd.com.
June 23, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Ernesto Gutierrez (Dr. E). Dr. E. has made it his mission to be a guide for as many people as possible through his website, social media channels and –most recently– with his podcast, the Highway to Health Show. Dr. E talks to us about taking responsibility for your health and stem cells as a component of health. You can find our more about Dr. E at http://drernestomd.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
June 16, 2019
Courtney Hasseman joins us to talk about a whole female health approach to wellness. She provides integrative healthcare for women and nutritional therapy specializing in hormonal and reproductive health. Courtney is passionate about providing unhurried, highly personalized, comprehensive care for women.  We cover many women's health topics to include non-hormonal contraception and pelvic floor exercises.  You can find out more about Courtney here: https://courtneyhasseman.com/
June 13, 2019
In this episode, Cynthia and Kelly talk about the challenges that come with all of the fun of balancing work and kids in the summer. We share our best strategies for staying cool when summer stress heats up!
June 9, 2019
In this episode, we talk to Ash Niknia. Ash is a bio-hacker, producer of natural health products, and a Bulletproof human development potential coach. Ash shares his weight loss journey with us and the tools that he used to lose 65 pounds. He tells us how that experience prompted him to change careers to create a life about which he is passionate. Ash advocates for mental health and shares tips for improving mental health. You can learn more about Ash here: http://Dariaimports.com
May 26, 2019
In this episode, we talk to Kylie Larson. Kylie describes her journey that started with yoga and how to find internal happiness beyond exercise, food, and your job. She talks to us about her passion -- coaching high performers. Kylie talks about what it means to be a high performer whether you are a stay-at-home mom or an executive. You can find out more about Kylie at http://www.kyliefityoga.com/ Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
May 7, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by functional medicine expert, Dr. Jill Carnahan. Dr. Jill gets personal and shares her own health journey and how she combined the best of traditional and functional medicine to heal herself. She uses that knowledge in the amazing work she does with her patients at Flatiron Functional Medicine in Boulder, Colorado. She uses personalized medicine to uncover the root cause of disease. Find out more about Dr. Jill here: https://www.jillcarnahan.com/
April 28, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Lynn Marie Morski. Lynn Marie is a physician, attorney, law professor, and lifelong quitter. She has carved out a successful path by not only knowing when to persevere and when to quit, but more importantly, how to learn from the situations in which quitting was the best option. She shares why quitting strategically is so important and gives us tips for how to quit for a better life. You can find out more about Lynn here: https://quittingbydesign.com/
April 14, 2019
In this episode, Magdalena Wszelaki shares her top strategies for natrually balancing hormones with food. She provides two key strategies for optimizing health: an elimination diet and not eating dessert for breakfast. You can find out more about Magdalena and her work here: Hormonesbalance.com and check out her book Cooking for Hormone Balance here: HERE Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. Cynthia: www.chtwellness.com Kelly: www.kellydonahuephd.com
April 7, 2019
In this episode, Cynthia talks about her long hospital stay and how her gut health helped her to have a positive outcome. We also talk about the things she'll be doing (that we can all learn from!) to restore the health of her gut after taking very strong antibiotics. We're so glad she's back! Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. Find out more about Cynthia at www.chtwellness.com and find out more about Kelly at www.kellydonahuephd.com.
March 31, 2019
In this episode, Lisa Davis gives us the down and dirty on her book and all of its delicious recipes for improving sexual health. Learn why she loves healthy fats and the key non-food component that needs to be resolved for ultimate intimacy and overall well-being.  You can learn more about  Lisa and her book here: http://cleaneatingdirtysex.com/ Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
March 28, 2019
In this episode, we share details about our programs. Cynthia's newest offering is Wholistic Abundance which is a membership community that offers a monthly blueprint for hormonal health. Learn more here: https://chtwellness.com/product/wholistic-abundance. Kelly's current offering is the Health Gains Weight Loss Program. It is a 6-week online educational and coaching program designed to help participants improve their health and lose weight. Learn more here: https://www.kellydonahuephd.com/healthgains
March 17, 2019
In this Episode, Breanne Kallonen talks about the importance of gut health and how to test for problems in the gut that could be at the root of health issues. We all know how important gut health is to our overall mental and physical well-being. Breanne breaks it down and gives us her powerhouse strategies for keeping the gut healthy while traveling. Find out more about Breanne here: https://www.breannekallonen.com/
March 10, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Ben Angel.  Ben is a bestselling author of Unstoppable, CLICK, Sleeping Your Way to The Top in Business, and Flee 9-5. Ben helps us to discover the key to better health, more energy, and a better mood.  He teaches us all about biohacks and how you can use them to improve your health and your life! Learn more about Ben at benagnel.co Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
March 2, 2019
In this Episode Daniel Levin talks to us about the power and experience of connection and deep, present listening in our lives. His book, The Mosaic, is a beautiful story about his experience in true connection. Check out his website here: http://danielbrucelevin.com/ and his book here: https://amzn.to/2T439Dl
February 24, 2019
In this episode, we are joined by Ali Damron who talks about using acupuncture to optimize fertility and reproductive health. Ali's goal as a health consultation specialist and acupuncturist is to help  women navigate their health in a natural way. You can find more information about Ali at her website: http://www.alidamron.com/
February 17, 2019
In this episode, Mitzi Champion talks about her own personal health journey. She shares how she found the ketogenic lifestyle which allows her to age in reverse. You can find out more about Mitzi at https://ketovangelistcoaching.com/mitzi-champion/ Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
February 14, 2019
In this episode, Cynthia and Kelly talk about supplements that are helpful for sleep and overall relaxation. We can't emphasize the power of sleep to get your healthy, keep you healthy, help you lose weight, normalize hormone function, regulate mood, and the list goes on. Books to check out: Lights Out: Sleep, Sugar, and Survival by TS Wiley Sleep Smarter: 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way to a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success by Shawn Stevenson
February 10, 2019
In this Episode, Lydia talks about how she finds balance in her life with her important roles as healer and supermom. Lydia empowers women to radically transform their lives by offering seasonal detox, hair tissue mineral analysis, and 1:1 mind body coaching  and nutritional therapy. You can find out more about Lydia and the services she offers here: lydiajoy.mykajabi.com or contact her via email at lydiajoyme@gmail.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review.
February 7, 2019
In this bite-sized episode, Cynthia and I discuss one our favorite topics…sleep! We focus on the behavioral strategies to improve your sleep (called sleep hygiene). Join us to learn why sleep is so foundational to health and to weight loss. We'll teach you how to make simple changes to improve your sleep. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. Find out more about Cynthia at www.chtwellness.com and more about Kelly at www.everydaytherapist.com.
February 3, 2019
In this episode, integrative practitioner Leyla Dim shares her talents and wisdom integrating cutting-edge mind-body techniques to heal and calm their nervous system. She talks about empowering clients who are frustrated with not getting results from more traditional treatments. You can learn more about Leyla here: https://www.leyladim.com/ Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
January 31, 2019
In this episode, Cynthia and Kelly share the current status of their lives which is a little messy. We talk about our tips for staying sane through single-parenting, snow days and delays, and the beautiful unpredictability of life. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
January 27, 2019
Jaime Pallotolo uses a mind-body-spirit approach to helping her clients take the next step in their careers and personal life to reach their potential. She helps clients give voice to their experience and remove blocks to change their maladaptive beliefs and improve their self-worth. She teaches clients how to be aware of their emotions, change their beliefs, and engage in new behaviors. Jaime also shares her personal self-care tips! Learn more about Jaime at https://www.jaimepallotolo.com/
January 13, 2019
This is the time of year when many of us start to feel a little down and sad. This can be called the winter blues or seasonal affective disorder  (SAD - if the symptoms meet a certain criteria and have been present for at least 2 years). In this episode, Cynthia and Kelly talk about causal factors and the lifestyle and dietary changes that you can make to feel better before spring arrives. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review.
January 13, 2019
As founder of Redeeming Wellness, Leslie Bumpas helps women identify the underlying causes blocking their well-being and teaches them how to nourish their body. In this podcast, we talk all about one of Leslie's specialites, brain health. It's easy to overlook brain health until you notice a problem. Leslie gives us practical tools and strategies for improving brain health. Visit www.redeemingwellness.com for more information.
January 6, 2019
TedX speakers bring wisdom and perspective to a variety of topics in life. Cynthia's talk on TedX is no exception. Cynthia's TedX talk covers perimenopause in a whole new light. In this episode, Cynthia talks about her process for preparing for her talk, what happened during the talk and how she stayed calm, and how she recovered and practiced self-care.  Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
December 23, 2018
Gordon tells us about his journey from exercise-hater to movement and wellness enthusiast. Gordon loves to work with individuals who have tried all the diet and exercise programs without any real progress. Gordon's practical and fun approach to health and fitness is refreshing in a world of rigid diets and strict exercise protocols. Learn more about Gordon HERE: https://www.facebook.com/gordon.a.light Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
December 16, 2018
Seasonal Affective Disorder is common this time or year, but that doesn't mean that you have to live with it. If you suffer from low mood, irritability, weight gain, carb cravings, lack of motivation, and  difficulty sleeping during the fall and winter months, this episode is for you. In addition to the information that we provide in the podcast, check out the article I wrote on Beating the Winter Blues. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
December 16, 2018
Liam McElwee is a trainer and coach who is passionate about CrossFit and the ketogenic diet. Liam has used his own experience to fuel his work as on online health and wellness coach. Join us to learn more about Liam's journey and his passion for health! https://www.facebook.com/liam.mcelwee Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. Find out more about Cynthia at www.chtwellness.com and more about Kelly at www.everydaytherapist.com
December 16, 2018
Amanda Nighbert is a registered dietitian specializing in Bariatric and weight loss nutrition, a fitness enthusiast, and a working mom of two. She is passionate about motivating, supporting and educating people to meet their wellness goals. Amanda's enthusiasm about life and helping other to become healthier is infectious! Listen to feel it for yourself. Find out more about Amanda at www.amandanighbert.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating!
December 16, 2018
Dr. Diego Hernandez joins us to talk about accelerated resolution therapy (ART). Dr. Diego explains what ART is, how it works, and who it can help. He draws on his years of experience working with military professionals on retreat and with a variety of clients in his private practice to show us how we can benefit from ART. www.balancedlivingpsychology.com and https://acceleratedresolutiontherapy.com/ Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
November 6, 2018
Lynn Dutrow is not your average counselor. Her approach to healing anxiety involves a lot of backtalk and a good dose of swearing. Find out why this unique approach works so well for reducing anxiety and get practical tips to reduce anxiety in your life. www.auntieanxiety.com and www.thecompassionateasskicker.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 6, 2018
With so many popular diets out there, how do you know which to choose and what is the most important component across all ways of eating? Cynthia and Kelly define the differences and similarities among these diets and the importance of self-care and processing emotions to your success on a diet. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 6, 2018
Jennifer Robins, founder of Predominantly Paleo and Legit Bread, shares her personal health journey. She began developing nutrient-rich, delicious, and practical recipes beyond salmon and kale. Jennifer shares her creative process in developing recipes and gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to create a series of successful cookbooks and a healthy bread company. www.predominantlypaleo.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
November 6, 2018
Dr. Constance Bradley teaches us about the power of cosmetic acupuncture. She provides us with the details about what it is, why it works, how often you could get a treatment, and what results you can expect. constancebradley.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 6, 2018
We follow-up on Cynthia's travel adventures and discuss how she overcame the unexpected (food poisoning) in a very short period of time. We also talk about the non-food parts of a meal that make it so enjoyable. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 6, 2018
In the age of growing awareness of toxins, mold is a huge issue. In this episode, Bryan Carroll walks us through ways to recognize signs/symptoms and strategies to deal with mold in our homes, environment and how to proactively heal our bodies. www.summitforwellness.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 6, 2018
In this episode, Sam empowers us to embrace the pivots in life. She describes her own journey starting as a corporate attorney pivoting to health and wellness and then pivoting again to her current business helping women to Legally Legit in their online businesses. We dive into healthy use of social media, shifting our mindset to optimize our health and our business, and the importance of JOMO. www.samvanderwielen.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review.
November 6, 2018
In this episode, we talk about our favorite tips for preparing for healthy travel. Cynthia prepares for her upcoming trip and shares what she takes on the plane and her plans for staying healthy while abroad. Whether you are traveling around the world or heading out on a day trip, the tips we provide can help you thrive! If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 6, 2018
In this episode, you'll hear information on the impact of EMF, radiation and Wifi on your health, including your gut and brain. Key strategies to protect your healh and hormones with Brian Hoyer. www.shieldedhealing.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 6, 2018
Learn all the tips for healthy aging from a fellow hormone whisper, how to redesign your lifestyle and.hear all about her inspirational menopause journey with Maria Claps. https://mariaclaps.com Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
November 5, 2018
Learn about our favorite immune boosting tips to help get you and your family through this season as healthy as possible! Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
September 4, 2018
Learn why diets don't work, the barriers to successful behavioral changes and how to make changes effectively that positively impact your weight loss efforts with health psychologist, Dr. Robyn Pashby. You can find out more about Dr. Pashby at www.dchealthpsychology.com. Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com
September 4, 2018
Everywhere you look in fitness and health, you are likely to see something about Intermittent Fasting (IF). We define intermittent fasting and discuss the variations in the timing of fasting and eating windows. We talk about the health benefits from weight loss to better digestion and sleep. We share the best method for easing into this lifestyle and discuss who should NOT use this strategy. Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. We appreciate it.
September 4, 2018
In this episode, by another dietitian and wellness warrior Alexa Schirm who believes that our health and food should be simple and uncomplicated. You'll hear about Alexa's refreshing perspective on how best to support your body and challenge conventional dogma. Find out more about Alexa at https://simplerootswellness.com.  Please subscribe and leave us a review/rating. We appreciate it! If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
September 4, 2018
In the age of social media, it's easy to think that others are living a "perfect" life full of beautiful meals, cute workout gear, awesome jobs, and well-behaved kids. Ha! We get REAL about what it means to balance work, family, and everything else in this episode. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com. Please subscribe to our podcast and leave us a rating. We appreciate it!
September 4, 2018
We are joined by the dynamic nurse, nutritional therapist and gut guru Tina Johnson who shares perspectives and strategies to help support your health through your gut and microbiome. Please subscribe and leave us a rating/review. If you have questions you'd like us to answer on the podcast, send them to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com.
September 4, 2018
In this episode, Cynthia and Kelly dive in to the science of the power of mindset and the practical techniques for shifting a negative mindset and maintaining a positive one. We've realized that having a proper mindset is an essential component for making and maintaining healthy behaviors such as losing weight, healing depression and anxiety, lowering blood pressure, etc. We give you practical strategies you can start using now. Please subscribe to our podcast and leave us a rating. We appreciate it!
September 4, 2018
We are joined today by Dr. Shawn Tassone a dual trained functional and Western med OB/GYN who discusses how to support female hormonal health. You will learn key strategies to help support your body and stay attuned to changes you may see as you age gracefully. Learn more about Dr. Tassone here: http://tassonemd.com/ Send questions you'd like us to answer to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com. Please subscribe to our podcast and leave us a rating and review. We appreciate it!
September 4, 2018
The kids are back in school!! Cynthia and Kelly talk about their experiences of getting their kids ready to head back to school and strategies to stay sane with busy work and school schedules. Listen in for tips to include packing lunches, self-care, delegating tasks to kids and spouses, setting realistic expectations, and getting help from others. There is strength in your tribe. Please subscribe and leave us a review or rating. We appreciate it. Email questions to everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com
September 4, 2018
In this episode, we are joined by a true renaissance woman, Sara Russell NTP, who believes that the healing arts of nutrition are an expression of a love of food and a passion for sharing food and health with others. She shares insights into how her dynamic background has helped shape her perspective on health and wellness and how that impacts her work with her clients and community. https://buildnurturerestore.com/sara-russell-ntp/ Please subscribe to our podcast and leave us a rating. We appreciate it!
September 4, 2018
In this very first episode, Cynthia and Kelly talk about how they became interested in wellness. They discuss their educational background and their roundabout paths to teaching, coaching, and empowering others to take care of their health. Send questions you'd like us to answer everydaywellnesspodcast@gmail.com. Please subscribe and leave us a rating. We appreciate it!
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