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Raphael Sirtoli is the co-founder of www.breaknutrition.com and hosts the Break Nutrition podcast to take a deep dive into the science behind nutrition and medical studies. He’s joined by recurring co-host Gabor Erdosi - the ‘adipocyte Jedi’ of the Lower Insulin Facebook group - to review papers exploring what causes diabetes, obesity and other metabolic disorders. Raphael also interviews a broad range of people, like researchers, engineers, doctors, nurses, philosophers and people with insp ...
 
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What do space and cancer have in common? Using principles found in physical biology, a new understanding of cancer behavior is beginning to be seen. Listen in to learn: How an atavism plays a role in cancer The meaning of the Hayflick limit What sets cancer cells apart Charley Lineweaver, an Associate Professor at The Australian National University…
 
To protect his anonymity, the guest in this podcast will be referred to as Mr. X. He shares the ins and outs of his social anxiety and depression—when and how it began, how it has evolved over the years, and how it continues to affect him today. From serious social anxiety and depression during elementary and middle school years, to the divorce of …
 
Are humans superior to all other forms of life? Or just another ingredient in a massive bowl of evolutionary soup? Part of Whitney Bauman’s work involves dissecting these viewpoints and understanding how they interact. Press play to learn: How specifically monotheistic religions conflict with evolutionary theory What it might look like for humans t…
 
Do you feel like you could ever truly be happy at your job? You might feel inclined to say “No,” but you might also be wrong. Press play to learn: The most common mistakes made my companies and organizations in trying to achieve goals and improve productivity The critical difference between coaching companies and telling them what to do The biggest…
 
Gad Saad is a professor of marketing at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, and author of The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense, a book that traces the path of bad ideas like pathogens through the human mind. Learn about his perspective, and discover: In what ways postmodernism is arguably the greatest idea pathoge…
 
What makes our eyes move in tandem with each other? Convergence is key, but some people may struggle without vision therapy. Press Play to learn: How convergence issues can be induced If we can be eye-dominant and if it affects convergence deficiency Why some people develop the deficiency, or if we know Tara Alvarez, a professor of Bio-Medical Engi…
 
What makes T-cells so crucial in fighting cancer? As studies have shown, there may be a great benefit from finding a large concentration of them in or near the tumor in question. Listen in to learn: What makes T cells effective in the fight against cancer Why your lymph nodes swell when the body is under duress How we are able to precisely locate t…
 
Have you ever wondered how we can earn about the age of rocks and what that information can enlighten us on? By using the temperature and other strategies, we can gain a clearer picture of just what happened when these rocks were formed. Listen in to learn: The limitations of radiometric dating The sweet spot for dating a rock Why rain can interfer…
 
Nancy Sherman has studied philosophy for decades—namely ancient and moral philosophy. She also spent over two decades advising the military on issues of moral injury. Press play to learn about Sherman’s work, and discover: What a moral injury is, how it’s sustained, and how it affects people Whether Stoic philosophy is really about “sucking it up” …
 
Have you ever gone to a doctor for a specific problem, and felt like you were treated like anyone else would be? Was it an in-and-out appointment that left you feeling like the doctor didn’t even consider you as an individual? Unfortunately, this approach to medicine is commonplace, but precision medicine is opening a new world of health and healin…
 
What has the world of proteins been hiding? Through further exploration, even nutritional additives may be able to be replaced. Listen in to learn: The sources of food-safe protein How protein sequences unlock new products How long the first range of products will reach the market Leonardo Alvarez, the CEO of Protera, shares his work discovering us…
 
Can AI revolutionize the healthcare field along with the rest of the world? With new systems and workload relief, the benefits may be staggering. Press play to learn: How AI can be integrated into standard healthcare Who benefits from the introduction of AI, and how Possibilities of revolutionizing early diagnosis Dr. Anthony Chang, Chair & Dr. Ore…
 
Why can giving mood support in serious medical situations make a significant difference? By providing support to patients, it may lead to more long-lasting treatment success. Listen in to learn: How a behavioral psychologist helps during medical crises Why more treatment centers do not have embedded mental health support How the field can be innova…
 
Most of us know at least one young adult who’s having trouble making that transition from dependent teenager to 20-year-old adult paying their own bills and pursuing their own goals. This is Dr. Randy Paterson’s area of expertise, and today he shares helpful insights. Press play to learn: Why males seem to have a harder time leaving home or “launch…
 
How can we tap into the spiritual side of life if we haven't before? Even by just dipping our toe in the waters of spirituality, a wide array of benefits can be discovered. Press play to learn: How Daniel Aaron found his spirituality The benefits of being in touch with the spiritual side of life What may hold a spiritual person back from their drea…
 
Why has the opioid epidemic caused so many deaths? Patients refusing to follow doctors' orders can lead to dangerous and deadly drug interactions. Listen in to learn: What makes alcohol and opioids a fatal combo How a new drug may be able to curb overdoses How doctors can help support their patients Dr. Michael Presti, Ph.D., a Mayo Clinic-trained …
 
Can acupuncture bring the relief you may seek? For pain, stress, mental health, and chronic issues, the vast array of benefits can bring an end to the struggles you face. Listen up to learn: How acupuncture can help the body The physical mechanisms behind acupuncture Why some folks may resist acupuncture treatment Dr. Jannine Krause, a naturopathic…
 
What are the new relationships thought to be between cancer and evolution? Cancer can be considered in a new light by accepting a new definition and possible set of interactions. Listen up to learn: Why all may not be well in evolutionary theory What Julian Huxley may have gotten wrong How the immune system can offer clues about cancer Denis Noble,…
 
How can identifying pathogens make a difference in evidence-based treatment? By examining the genome, researchers may be able to identify and fight the current threat more effectively by diagnosing first. Listen in to learn: What MiQLab Accomplishes How to convince clinicians to prescribe only what is necessary How many tests are currently availabl…
 
At eight years old, Rachael Siddoway was hiding knives from her mom so she wouldn’t commit suicide. She was trying tirelessly to be emotionally strong so her mom could depend on her. And she was blaming herself when she thought she’d failed. Press play to hear more about Siddoway’s experience, and learn: What it’s like to live closely with a parent…
 
“One of the things that has been a driving force in my work is that I want to help other people accept themselves, and accept other people; to have compassion and understanding for themselves and other people,” says Ellen Forney. Press play to learn about her work and discover: What it’s like to have bipolar disorder, and why it can be so difficult…
 
How can recognizing the root causes of mental illness make a difference? If we learn to solve the initial problems, some trauma may be healed. Listen up to learn: Why people tend towards depression and anxiety How regressive behavior tends to prey on victims of depression Where to seek help The author of Undoing Depression, Richard O'Connor, joins …
 
Can fungi provide solutions we have not before thought possible? Well, through natural chemistry, they may offer benefits far beyond the range of our imagination. Press play to learn: The chances that your prescription is a natural medication One of the logistical issues surrounding natural medicine How a natural treatment is discovered and develop…
 
Can genetic testing help diagnose mental health disorders? Genetic and body chemistry testing may hold the key to diagnosis and treatment in many cases of eating disorders and various other conditions. Listen up to learn: The deadliest mental health disorder The goal of making patients believe they have a problem How the current situation has affec…
 
“It ends up coming down to this: there are certain things that make us worse, emotionally and physically, and certain things that make us better, emotionally and physically; they go together, and they are consistent over time,” says Carrie Wrigley. Tune in to learn more about Wrigley’s perspective and discover: The #1 thing that doesn’t work for co…
 
Why does self-harm rear its head in teens struggling with their mental health? While it is difficult to truly understand, facing these issues and helping those who suffer from it to heal is vital. Listen up to learn: What makes cutting appealing How PTSD can play a role in self-harm The warning signs that may appear Dr. Lisa Machoian, an author and…
 
Can exercise really help anxiety and depression? For a wide array of reasons, even a quick jog may help someone struggling with their mental health more than you may think. Listen in to learn: How to start on your exercise and mental health journey Why a jog can influence your anxiety or depression If journaling may help your process Nita Sweeney, …
 
What is natural mental health? While overlooked by many, there are alternative solutions that can help outside the world of pharmaceuticals and in a more holistic context. Listen up to learn: Why focusing on food can make a significant impact What can be observed in a patient beginning certain medications Practical and helpful lifestyle measures He…
 
What makes glyphosate so dangerous? Unfortunately, due to its widespread use and prevalence in products we consume every day, it can be hard to avoid harmful effects. Press play to learn: The percentage of honey that glyphosate can be found in What can be damaged by glyphosate How supplementing certain products can break down or remove glyphosate D…
 
Why is glyphosate still widely used if it is known to cause micronutrient deficiencies and is toxic? Due to the lack of care from industry and the government, it can still be easily seen in use. Listen up to learn: The relationship between autism and glyphosate Which foods should be avoided Where glyphosate can be found in our lives Stephanie Senef…
 
Does the ketogenic diet have hidden benefits beyond healthy living? Thanks to new exploration, the popular diet may show promise in treatment areas from oncology to holistic living. Press play to learn: How ketosis is beneficial to more than just your weight Why the "keto flu" afflicts some patients Where keto may be the most beneficial Denise Pott…
 
Can physical fitness help battle cancer alongside other treatments? Despite the myths of the past, it may actually be a significant player in cancer therapeutics. Listen up to learn: How physical fitness affects tumors Why each cancer must be tested separately The types of exercise which are beneficial Dr. Kathryn Schmitz, the author of Moving Thro…
 
How can anxiety seep into the health and happiness of those suffering from it? Due to its ability to control other processes in the body, it can be very detrimental to health. Press play to learn: How anxiety manifests itself within the body How to help those around you with anxiety The future of anxiety treatment Christine Purdon, a professor at t…
 
How can hyperbaric therapy be used to treat a wide range of ailments that may not be available to many? Since it is so aptly integrative, it offers solutions that help avoid specific other requirements of traditional treatments. Press play to learn: Which applications can be treated with hyperbaric therapy What to know before entering a hyperbaric …
 
How can we unplug ourselves and disconnect from technology addiction? By remaining mindful and limiting the role technology has in our lives, future generations may nurture a more sustainable relationship. Listen in to learn: How technology forms a stranglehold on your life Some options we have when disconnecting The action which can be taken to he…
 
Why has pancreatic cancer continued to stump scientists, despite decades of research? Due to its unique traits and development of tumors, it presents tricks that continue to elude treatment. Listen up to learn: The two types of pancreatic tumors How the pancreas can be examined Why so many researchers are drawn to pancreatic cancer Ben Z. Stanger, …
 
How has the mental health treatment system been revolutionized in recent years to better address the root causes of depression and anxiety? By recentering focus on healing rather than prescribing, many mental health professionals have found success. Press play to learn: Why "healing" was not always valid How slowing down can be used as a tool The m…
 
How can ensuring drugs are tracked properly ensure quality? By constantly watching the drugs produced in this country, it is more difficult to accidentally ingest counterfeit pharmaceuticals. Listen up to learn: The number of deaths caused by illegitimate pharmaceuticals How pills can be tracked How TruTag can assist in adherence Michael Bartholome…
 
How have chemicals been snuck into foods consumed across the country daily? Using GMOs and pesticides, our favorite foods may be more toxic than we think. Listen up to learn: Why GMOs are harmful to our body The foods to be avoided at all costs Which 12 organisms have been genetically modified Jeffrey Smith, the Founder and Executive Director of th…
 
How can cancer metastasis be better understood through the study of the microbiome? By understanding how the microenvironment reaches its most beneficial state, researchers can better understand and treat metastasis. Press play to learn: How can cells metastasize into various parts of the body Which factors play a role in metastasis Why cancers hav…
 
How can we view evolution through comparative genomics? By understanding how viruses and various organisms have evolved, new views of world issues can be gained. Listen up to learn: How long have specific viruses been known to us Why complex roads are hard to find and valuable to use How specific mutations arise from zoological resources Denis Jaco…
 
How can revolutionary findings in immunotherapy lead to better treatment for individuals who have cancer? With new biotechnology solutions, there is hope for ease of pain and inflammation in many areas of the body. Press play to learn: How the immune system differentiates between cells. Why T-reg Cells lose their ability to maintain function How do…
 
Why are corals so susceptible to disease and destruction, and how can we fix it? By respecting the environment coral thrives in, there may be hope to save these natural wonders of the world. Listen up to learn: The cause of coral bleaching Which factors keep coral healthy How oyster farming could harm coral Dr. Bill McGraw, Author of Mercury: The U…
 
What makes mushrooms so unique? With health benefits ranging from mental to physical, they are indeed a magical class of life. Press play to learn: How mushrooms can be medicinal for the mind Why sterilization is so crucial when growing mushrooms Which mushrooms offer specific health benefits Christian Kaelin, the Senior Mycologist and Production M…
 
How can simple switches in everyday life have the potential to make a massive environmental impact? Through technological advances, these improvements may be easy to attain. Press play to learn: Why the Tesla production is not actually worse for the environment Why "snowmageddon" in Texas had such a severe impact How fusion can revolutionize power …
 
Dr. Eric Maisel Bio: Eric Maisel, a retired family therapist and active creativity coach, is the author of 50+ books and developer of the philosophy of life known as kirism. His 2020 books include Unleashing the Artist Within, The Creativity Workbook for Coaches and Creatives, Lighting the Way, and The Power of Daily Practice. In 2021, Transformati…
 
How impactful is inflammation on the body, and how can it be treated? Since it can disrupt so many of the body's natural processes, it has the potential to wreak havoc in many areas. Press play to learn: How TNF and inflammation interact with each other Why frozen shoulders develop How inflammation can lead to a range of disabilities Dr. Jim Woody,…
 
Why is it so easy to develop bad habits, and so hard to break them? Why does anxiety and depression feel like an endless loop? Are antidepressants the only real option? These are the questions you or a loved one may be asking, and they’re also the questions Alex Korb has spent years researching. Tune in to learn more about: High-tech vs. low-tech r…
 
Could procrastination play a starring role in anxiety and depression? For David Parker, it definitely did. Tune in to learn how he overcame it, and discover: Why making a to-do list might not be the best way to tackle procrastination What types of procrastination exist and why they exist How tiny accomplishments for David Parker paved the way for a…
 
In 1966, a random genetic mutation led to the birth of Prune, a hairless kitten that would ultimately lead to birth of many, many more of its kind. Tune in for a unique episode on Sphynx cats, and discover: What to know about the fatal heart disease called HCM, why Sphynx cats are particularly prone to developing it, and how to screen and/or test f…
 
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