Mary Evans has been into self care and professionally helping others for more than thirty years.
In 1990 she opted to have breast implants for self-esteem reasons.
In 2007 she had those cleaned out and replaced.
In 2023 she decided to have them explanted because she finally understood the dangers, and realized she was suffering from side-effects.
This is her story.
Dr. Edward Dratz, Ph.D. is a Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. His research focuses primarily on Alzheimer, Cognitive Function, Type-2 Diabetes. Within that framework we discuss the omega-3 essential fat DHA (Docosahexanoic Acid).
Dr. Dratz enjoys teaching at any level, from toddlers to graduate students, and adults alike. You can hear his energy in this podcast.
004 - Autoimmune Disease and Adverse Childhood Experiences
Marion Bachra, MS, RD, LN, CECP
Marion's specialties are Trauma-Informed: Clinical Nutritionist, Traditional Chinese Herbalist, Certified Emotion Code Practitioner.
Her Trauma-Informed approach is to help foster the Inner Healer that is within all of us and to help remove obstacles for the full manifestation of that Inner Healer within. She currently sees herself as a mediator and a guide to help her clients achieve their goals and reasons for their visits with her and whatever else unfolds.
002 - The Four Pillars to Restore Flow in our Body
Rick Brunner has a wealth of information from being in this field for 35+ years.
In the 80's he studied with coaches and athletes in the former Soviet Union. In the USA he has worked with professional, and Olympic athletes and coaches as well. He developed his own supplements to enhance their workouts and championship performance.
Today Rick focuses on middle-aged and older generations - and he has a warning for the young - in helping to build muscle, build bone, and lose unnecessary body fat, as we age. Here he elaborates on incorporating the four pillars of Diet, Exercise, Intermittent Fasting, and some Supplementation to achieve those goals.
Sally Pacholok, R.N., B.S.N. and her husband Jeffrey J. Stuart, D.O. have written a very important book after doing 25 years of research on this topic.
This book will explain about this true epidemic, which is an under diagnosed deficiency of vitamin B-12. This can cause symptoms related to neurological diseases, heart health, brain function, and overall fitness. How important it is to keep our blood levels of B-12 up as we get older.
What a book!! Dr. Dratz had invited Dr. Lustig to come to our town of Bozeman, Montana, and speak at the University about this book and his work. This interview took place about a week before that event. During this show you learn more about dopamine, serotonin, the effects of sugar on the brain, Social Media, ketones, SSRI's, and common sense.
I enjoyed myself, and hope you will enjoy it as well!