Wellness Plus Podcast
Summary: In-depth interviews with health experts on topics including weight loss, nutrition, mental health, insomnia, pain relief, and so much more. Feel better, look better, and live better today with The Wellness Plus Podcast by Psychetruth. Hosted by Certified Holistic Health Coach, Corrina Rachel.
Modern life can feel unnatural. Staring at screens, and eating processed food in concrete jungles, sometimes only stepping outside to get to the car. But in today's episode, Psychetruth veteran Rebecca Powers will discuss natural living. From permaculture and holistic health, to sustainable, off-grid communities, Rebecca will walk us though the ways in which we can live more in tune with our bodies and the earth. Center for Natural Living
With genetic testing and nutrigenomics we are able to asses risks, diagnose medical mysteries, and treat illness with certainty. In today's episode Dr. Tenesha Wards is back to discuss why the growing accessibility of genetic testing is revolutionizing medicine, and why YOU should look into genetic testing for yourself and your loved ones. Dr. Tenesha Wards
How can you get the most out of every workout? Achieve your goals in less time and optimize your exercise by enhancing function with the CHEK method, explained by level IV CHEK practitioner Aleksandr Rybchinskiy in today's episode. Primal Fusion Health C.H.E.K. Institute
Are you having trouble losing weight? Do you often have fatigue or brain fog? You may have a thyroid disorder that your doctor isn't finding. In today's episode Dr. Tenesha Wards is back to discuss thyroid disorders but with a functional medicine twist. Learn how to diagnose and treat surprisingly common issues including hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, Hashimoto's, and more. Dr. Tenesha Wards
A healthy microbiome is ESSENTIAL to a thriving body. This means without good bacteria in the gut it can be difficult to loose weight, feel energized, reduce pain and so much more. Today best-selling author Martie Whittekin is back to offer advice on probiotics, prebiotics, diet, and lifestyle that will help you cultivate this good bacteria in your digestive tract. For more information check out Martie's most recent book: The Probiotic Cure
Ready for a fresh, individualized take on weight loss? As an MD, Ayurvedic practitioner, and woman in her 40's, Dr. Nisha Kahnna's weight loss advice will provide you with more than just the same tips you've heard a million times. In today's episode she will dive deep into topics like fat loss, diets, and fasting, and explore them through the lenses of both Ayurveda and modern medicine. Nisha Khanna, MD
Martie Whittekin is a best-selling author, CCN, and radio host. For over thirty years she has been an integral part of the functional medicine movement in the US. Today she will discuss natural remedies for acid reflux, heartburn, and other stomach problems. Even though traditional acid blockers can cover up symptoms, they may be doing more harm than good. Check out her best-selling book: Natural Alternatives to Nexium & Other Acid Blockers
As a personal trainer, Julia Marie has been able to observe successes and failures. In today's episode, she will share keys for setting and and achieving goals. Whether you want to lose weight, tone up, or meditate more, Julia will get you motivated to not only start your journey, but to persevere. You can check out Julia Marie's 30 Day Yoga Weight Loss Transformation on Amazon, FREE with prime for January only!
Nisha Khanna is a western-trained Medical Doctor and a Functional Ayurveda practitioner. Born into an Indian family, Nisha was exposed to Ayurveda at an early age. Now she uses both Ayurvedic and modern medical techniques to address the entire mind-body-spirit complex of her patients. In today's episode she will cover the basic principles of Ayurveda and give tips for those looking to incorporate Ayurveda into their lives. Nisha Khanna, MD
Eastern and western medicine have many differences, but there are some areas where they find common ground. Jessica Manson, L.Ac. and practitioner at Integrative Oriental Medicine in Austin, has a background in both of these worlds. In today's episode she will touch on some of the issues these two contrasting modalities agree on, including the controversial idea that a healthy body is an omnivorous one, and that veganism is not in fact the ideal diet.
It can often feel like things are black and white in the health community; you're either pro or against vaccines, autoimmune diseases are curable or incurable, gluten is good or bad, etc... but what about the gray area? In today's episode Sarah Gustafson, life and health coach, returns to discuss how the heath of her children caused her to reevaluate her preconceived notions, and find herself in a world of gray.
Jessica Manson was a skeptic from a family of scientists who found her way into the office of an acupuncturist. Her experience there was so transformative that she went on to obtain her master of acupuncture and oriental medicine and opened her own practice. In today's episode she will detail her journey and discuss the holistic health wisdom that changed her life.
What is the key to physical, mental, and spiritual health? What if we told you it's something as easy as listening to yourself? Sara Gustafson is a CHEK practitioner, holistic lifestyle coach, and the co-founder of Primal Fusion Health where she practices spiritual counseling and integrative wellness. This may sound like a mouthful, but in today's episode she will boil down what she has learned throughout her decade of experience, and break down what it truly means to "unlock your potential".
Athena Jezik has over 30 years of experience as a bodyworker and healer, and in today's episode she is back to offer some of her favorite tricks for better sleep and stress relief in the modern age. From common sense tips such as turning off screens- to more controversial advice like reducing EMF's, there's something helpful for everyone's rest and digest in this in-depth interview.
Philip Oubre, MD, returns for today's episode to elaborate on one of his areas of expertise: hormone imbalance. Hormone imbalances including estrogen dominance and thyroid or adrenal dysfunction can be the root cause of many common issues like weight gain, food cravings, migraines, low energy, and poor sleep quality. Learn how to keep the body's complicated network of hormones in check with this functional medicine-based advice from Dr. Oubre.