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Statistics reveal that men are less likely to visit the doctor for regular checkups. Not only that, it has also been found that the second killer is suicide in young men. This calls for an overall health intervention, encouraging men to take care not only of their physical in young men but also mental health. Diving deep into men’s health is Chiropractor and the Founder of Twin Oaks Health, Dr. Forrest Sauer. He sits down with Corinna Bellizzi to bring awareness to these alarming statistics and how we can overcome them. Dr. Sauer then shares how he is helping change the unhealthy American lifestyle and diet through his company, Sprout and Bloom. Learn how to heal from the inside out and live a long and healthy life by tuning in to this conversation. Key takeaways from this episode:·        Suicide is the second killer among young men·        How to encourage men to have regular check-ups·        The importance of taking responsibility for your health·        The relationship between fats, cholesterol, and hormones·        Sprout and Blossom’s healthy coffee Guest Social Links:Website: And Blossom:
Guest: Shawn Tassone MD, PhD, also known as America’s Holistic Gynecologist.He is the first physician in the United States to be double board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology by the American Board of Integrative Medicine.He holds both a medical degree as well as a PhD in mind-body medicine. He also hosts the podcast: Confessions of male gynecologist.Dr. Tassone is also an author and his newest book, The Hormone Balance Bible can be found on Amazon and other outlets nationwide.Have you ever wondered whether you’re getting enough omega-3s?At Orlo, we’re so confident you’ll see results with our better-absorbed Bioactive Omega-3s, we’re footing the bill to prove it with 3rd party test results. Orlo’s Tested By You Limited Edition Program is a first-of-its kind initiative to help track your omega-3 progress before and after supplementation.Tested by You Subscribers will receive two 3rd-party tests with their first 6-month subscription – an additional value worth $100. You’ll receive one test with your first shipment to establish your pre-Orlo baseline, and one after your 4th month to show improvement over time.Visit and get your Tested By You Subscription Today. While subscribers receive 15% off every day, listeners of this show will receive an exclusive discount with the code: TESTFOREVER (all upper case).
Despite all the health issues unique to women, there is still a noticeable information gap about women’s health. Many women find themselves in a place of misinformation or a lack of information when it comes to understanding their bodies. It is high time we take notice and fill this gap. Corinna Bellizzi welcomes back to the show Dr. Doni Wilson. Dr. Doni is a Naturopathic Doctor, certified professional midwife, certified nutrition specialist, and bestselling author of Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health. In this episode, she provides a great view of the many changes women experience in their bodies, especially the factors that impact women’s health. From stress to inflammation to HPV, Dr. Doni covers it all. So tune in to this important conversation as we bring awareness to women’s health and how we can be more resilient, healthier, and lead fuller lives. Key takeaways from this episode:·        How stress impacts women’s health·        How to better understand postmenopausal health·        The importance of listening to our bodies·        How Omega-3 supports women’s health·        Women and cardiovascular health·        Confronting challenges with HPV Guest Social Links:Website: https://doctordoni.comInstagram:
Are you getting enough omega-3 fatty acids? If you don’t know how to check, then you are in for a treat! In today’s episode, Corinna Bellizzi interviews none other than an internationally recognized expert on omega-3 fatty acids, Dr. William (Bill) Harris. He is the President and CEO of OmegaQuant Analytics, LLC and the co-inventor of the Omega-3 Index, which has since been used as the standard measure of omega-3 status in more than 200 clinical studies. With his extensive background, Dr. Harris enlightens us about the many benefits of omega-3 along with the reason why people are not consuming enough of it. He then shares how you can make sure that you are getting enough, providing a free test offer to help you check your levels and verify what your omega-3 index truly is. Full of insights that could impact the future of your health, this conversation with Dr. Harris is surely one you won’t want to miss! Key takeaways from this episode:How omega-3 tells you about your future risk for heart diseaseHow supplementation can correct insufficienciesHow to check your omega-3 indexBenefits of omega-3The Framingham Study on omega-3 Guest Social Links:Website: https://omegaquant.comInstagram:
Who says nutrition doesn’t have to be delicious? For Elizabeth Stein, choosing between nutritious ingredients and culinary taste doesn’t have to be a trade-off. And in this episode, she shows us how this is possible with her grain-free regenerative nutrition solutions. As a certified holistic nutrition counselor, Elizabeth started Purely Elizabeth in 2009 to create an effortless and enjoyable experience that could help people thrive on their wellness journey. She sits down opposite Corinna Bellizzi to share how they are making waves in the nutrition aisle with regeneratively organic certified products. Tune in to this great conversation to learn about this healthier, sustainable, and delicious alternative to health and nutrition. Find out about the benefits of regenerative agriculture and more! Key takeaways from this episode:·        How Elizabeth started Purely Elizabeth·        The shift towards women-founded businesses·        Why brands need to tap into regenerative agriculture·        The grain-free regenerative nutrition alternatives·        Elizabeth’s health hacks Guest Social Links:Website: https://purelyelizabeth.comInstagram:
We are in a system that is sick-care based. But we need to be more than that in order to really address the root of our health challenges. Our guest in this episode found the connection between her struggles with lifelong GI issues and plant-based nutrition. Now, she is on her path to healing. Joining Corinna Bellizzi is Ashley Kitchens, RD, MPH, a nationally recognized plant-based registered dietitian and spokesperson. She founded her company, Plant Centered Nutrition, to help others transition to a plant-centered way of eating through a holistic approach and intuitive eating practices. In this conversation, she tells us her story of using plant-based eating to heal herself. Ashley also talks about the challenges women often face as they navigate the healthcare system. Follow along with Ashley and Corinna as they show the power of plants to not only heal you from health challenges but also keep you healthy. Key takeaways from this episode:·        What is plant-centered and how can it support your health journey·        How to have the most effective nutrient-absorption·        The challenges women face with healthcare·        Healthcare versus sick care·        Plant-based diet recommendations Guest Social Links:Website: Instagram: LinkedIn:
Stress is like a termite that slowly eats away your tree of life. How can you master your stress? In this episode, Dr. Doni Wilson, a Naturopathic Doctor, describes the different types of stress and strategies to overcome health challenges caused by stress. Dr. Wilson explains why understanding how your stress system works is essential to recover from stress exposure. When you can identify the problem, you can identify the solution. She also dives into the nutrition humans need for different stress types. Tune in to this episode to Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health with Dr. Doni Wilson. Key takeaways from this episode:- What are the different stress types- Highlights from Dr. Doni Wilson’s book, Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health- How to overcome stress- Tools that can help with the stress response- Nutrition our body needs to deal with stress Guest Social Links:Website: https://doctordoni.comInstagram:
Stress is prevalent. It has become an inevitable part of living. But just because it’s there doesn’t mean we let it beat us up until issues erupt in our health. Giving us a great view of stress and its connections to our health and well-being, Corinna Bellizzi interviews America’s Holistic Gynecologist, Shawn Tassone, MD, PhD. Dr. Tassone is the first physician in the United States to be double board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology by the American Board of Integrative Medicine. He holds a medical degree in addition to a Ph.D. in mind-body medicine. He uses his expertise to educate us about stress as it relates to our hormones, cortisol levels, and adrenal fatigue. Confronting the stressors in our daily lives, Dr. Tassone shares how we can address them through our health choices as well as supplements. Live your best life by equipping yourself with the tools to face stress. Tune in to this conversation! Key takeaways from this episode:-         What stress does to the body-         The relationship between stress and hormones-         How to know if our cortisol levels are out of control-         Supplements to support your adrenal glands-         How to manage stress Guest Social Links:Website:
Our healthcare system has made it difficult to access care, that it seems easier to think our health issues are all in our heads. Well, this episode will show you that you’re not crazy. When you’re not feeling right, then you are right. Corinna Bellizzi interviews Dr. Forrest Sauer about this commonly overlooked dilemma, diving deep to address the root cause of health issues. Dr. Forrest is a chiropractor and the Founder of Twin Oaks Health, an alternative medicine practice that specializes in helping people manage complex health problems like diabetes, thyroid disease, fatigue, and depression. Join him as he discusses the concerning statistics on the American diet and what we can do instead to feel our best and live our best lifestyle.Key takeaways from this episode:The concerning statistics on the health of AmericansAssessing people with an autoimmune disorderTools to stay on track in building healthy habits for lasting changeThe process of a food-elimination dietThe difference between functional medicine and Western medicineGuest Social Links:Website: LinkedIn: Instagram: Facebook: YouTube:
Stress is an inevitable part of life, but how we choose to respond to it can make all the difference. With the right nutrition and self-care practices, we can build resilience and thrive in the face of life's challenges. In honor of Stress Awareness Month, this episode will feature Amy Shapiro, MS, RD, CDN to expound deeply on the topic of stress. She discusses how everyone experiences stress at some point in our lives, and it can take a toll on our mental and physical health. Amy shares her expertise on how nutrition and self-care practices can help reduce stress levels and improve overall well-being. She offers realistic recommendations on how to meet your nutrition goals and achieve better health through better nutrition. Amy emphasizes that proper nutrition is important, and it doesn’t have to be that hard! She also discusses how every helpful mantra may look different for each individual, but everyone can start with a few safe options and general strategies to manage stress. Whether you're an elite athlete or someone simply looking to manage stress in your daily life, you'll find valuable insights in this conversation.Key takeaways from this episode:●     Recent studies show how stress can result in depression and anxiety●     There are many different angles of stress●     Building resilience and managing stress is important for the physical and mental health●     Proper nutrition doesn’t have to be hard●     Stress management can look different for everybody.Guest Social Links:Connect with Amy Shapiro: Website | LinkedIn | TwitterConnect with Real Nutrition NYC: Website | InstagramUse the coupon code NWC20 for 20% off your first order at!Other exclusive links:Wunder Egg's launch at Expo West: Lefebvre's interview, including his suggestion to "do nothing" for 30 minutes each day: Csikszentmihalyi's TED Talk on Flow:
The great thing about nature is how it just keeps on giving. Be it from land or sea, our sources for great nutrition are nothing short of abundant. Taking us deep into the ocean, Corinna Bellizzi is with Courtney Boyd Myers (AKA CBM), the CEO and CMO of AKUA—makers of the world’s first kelp burgers. Courtney dives into our coastal waters and discusses how she discovered the power of algae for human nutrition. Who says farming and being plant-based are only for dry land? Tune in as you learn about ocean farming and the regenerative nature of kelp products. Spice up your diet and switch your veggie burgers to kelp. Join this episode to learn more! Key takeaways from this episode:Benefits of seaweed for nutritionHow kelp burgers differ from your standard veggie burgerThe regenerative nature of kelpWhy kelp products can be a unique alternative to plant-based nutrition Guest Social Links:Website: https://akua.coInstagram:
To perform at a high level, you need the proper fuel for your body. For athletes and those who engage in high-performance activities, you need to have right and real nutrition. In this episode, the founder and CEO of Running for Real, Tina Muir, sits down with Corinna Bellizi to take us deep into the science of health and nutrition as it relates to running. She shares her journey as a runner and what she learned about the importance of having the right and balanced nutrition. Tina also tells us her diet, some of the great advice she got on running, and what it means to be a sustainable runner. Full of wisdom and insights on what it takes to be a runner and why real nutrition matters, Tina gives us an insightful conversation you won’t want to miss! Key takeaways from this episode:·        The science of health and nutrition in relation to running·        What it means to be a sustainable runner·        The gift of Together Runs·        Exciting things from the world’s most comfortable shoes, Allbirds·        Running myths to dispel Guest Social Links:Website: for Real Instagram:
People often equate diet to the amount of fat we need to eliminate in our body. We see that excess body fat and start blaming our metabolism, so we go into these diets—which are often unhealthy—only to find them not working. Dispelling the myths about fats and metabolism in relation to our diet, Dr. William W. Li joins Corinna Bellizzi in this episode. Dr. Li is an internationally renowned physician, scientist and author of the New York Times bestseller Eat to Beat Disease. Coming back to the show, he continues to give us a new way to think about our health through his new book, Eat to Beat Your Diet: Burn Fat, Heal Your Metabolism, and Live Longer. It’s an anti-diet book that will upend what you thought you knew about our health. So follow along and learn how you can elevate your health, improve your metabolism, and improve your health defenses. Don’t miss out! Key takeaways from this episode:·        Myths about fats·        The Four Phases of Metabolism·        How to clean our metabolism as we get into our mid-life·        The two colors of fat in our body·        The holy trinity of beverages for metabolism Guest Social Links:Website: https://drwilliamli.comInstagram:
Despite recovering from COVID, many people continue to battle long COVID conditions. These persistent symptoms have been at the center of so much disagreement in medicine, arguing whether it exists or not. For Dr. Paul Anderson, this is actually not new. In fact, we have been treating it all these years as a post-infectious illness. In this episode, he joins Corinna Bellizzi to help us understand the relation between post-infectious illness and our immune system, especially as we navigate the path towards recovery. Dr. Paul Anderson is a recognized educator and clinician in integrative and naturopathic medicine with a focus on complex infectious, chronic and oncologic illness. Tune in as he shares his expertise and more! Key takeaways from this episode:The relation between long COVID and post-infectious illnessTreating post-infectious illnessFinding your anti-inflammatory dietHow to set yourself up for long-term success against infectious diseasesLessons from the oncological world to the treatment of infectious diseases like COVID Guest Social Links:Website: https://dranow.comFacebook:
There are a number of women who have undergone breast implant surgeries that are silently suffering from the effects of breast implants. Unfortunately, there is not much conversation around breast implant illness, leading to misdiagnosis and persisting pain. In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi is joined by actress, producer, and mother of three sons turned health detective Candice Barley. After being incapacitated from the effects of her breast implants, Candice started becoming a patient advocate. She had her explant surgery in 2019 and spent the subsequent two years healing from BII (breast implant illness). Candice shares with us her journey of recovery, shedding light on the struggles many women are not aware of. Follow along to this conversation and feel empowered to be your best advocate. Key takeaways from this episode:·        Candice’s awakening as a patient advocate·        What it is like to undergo breast explant surgery·        Effects of breast implant surgery·        The recovery process from breast explant surgery·        Alternatives for breast augmentation Guest Social Links:Website: https://olisticolife.comInstagram:
Much of the world’s problems go back to food and public health. If we start treating food as more than the burst of flavors in our mouths and instead see it as medicine and a critical part of our health, the better we will be. Dr. Chris Damman greatly believes in this, diving even deeper to understand the science of gut health. He is the Chief Medical 6 Scientific Officer of Supergut and a board-certified, actively practicing gastroenterologist. In this episode, he sits down with Corinna Bellizzi to tell us more about the gut-brain axis and the importance of building and maintaining a healthy gut microbiome. Learn about the wisdom of your body as Dr. Chris navigates us through health, food, digestion, and nutrition. Follow along to this conversation for more! Key takeaways from this episode:·     What is the gut-brain axis·     What nutrients support the gut-brain axis·     Why you should eat fermented foods·     What is the difference between fiber and prebiotics·     Why you should listen to your body Guest Social Links:Website: https://www.supergut.comInstagram: Bites:
We are surrounded by so many processed and ultra-processed foods that it is so easy to just grab them and make them part of our day-to-day diet. However, this does us more harm than good. It takes away what food should actually be to our lives: medicine. It should be healing and empowering. This is what Sabrina Falquier, MD believes in as she helps people improve their health using food, prepared and taken as close as possible to the way nature intended. Dr. Falquier is a board-certified internal medicine and culinary medicine physician, the founder of Sensations Salud, and the host of the Doctors+ Premium podcast. In this episode, she joins Corinna Bellizzi to discuss all about culinary medicine and how she weaves together evidence-based nutritional information with culinary arts. Follow along and gain various insights to help you take control of your health through proper nutrition. Key takeaways from this episode What is culinary medicine How to get people to appreciate taking a variety of healthy food How to get people into the connection and connect with food in a different way Why we should move to whole foods Food preparation tips and tricks for the busy individual Guest Social LinksWebsite: https://www.sensationssalud.comPodcast:
Sometimes, achieving real health can seem like a far-away idea. We get so inundated with complicated diets and routines that it feels easier to just give up. Not so fast because Amy Shapiro, MS, RD, CDN is here to lift the complications that fog people’s desire for a healthy life. She gets down on the basics, centering on nutrition as the gateway to helping people feel healthy and great. Amy Shapiro is the founder and director of Real Nutrition, a NYC-based private practice dedicated to healthfully and successfully guiding clients to their optimal nutrition, weight, and overall wellness. In this episode, she talks about how we can nourish our body best to sleep better, recover from stress, and boost immune function. Join her as she shows the simple ways we can change our lives through nutrition. Key takeaways from this episode:The baseline to achieving great healthWhy certain diet trends don’t work for the long termWhen to take supplementsDebunking nutrition myths Guest Social Links:Website: https://www.realnutritionnyc.comLinkedIn:
You don’t have to go full-on vegan to reap the benefits of a plant-based diet. In this episode, Mia Syn show us how going “mostly” plant-based gets the job done just as well. Mia is the author of Mostly Plant-Based, a book that helps people transition smoothly to a plant-forward diet and lifestyle. In this conversation with Corinna Bellizzi, Mia walks us through the numerous benefits of a mostly plant-based diet, in terms of nutritional impact, cost, and environmental footprint. She also makes the case for animal-based protein and how you can use it in the context of a plant-forward diet. Plus, she shares some tricks and tips on making plant-based food exciting, especially for the children. Tune in for all these and more!Key takeaways from this episode:o Plant-based foods offer incredible nutrition and benefits, but what plants don't have is just important about as what they do have.o Meat should be treated like a condiment, not as a main dish.o Some of the benefits of following a “mostly” plant-based diet are better sleep, weight loss, improved gut health, reduced dietary costs, and less environmental impact.o Transitioning from a typical omnivorous diet to a “mostly” plant-based diet is not that difficult if you do it in stages.o Variety is key to a successful “mostly” plant-based diets, so switch up your veggies, grains, nuts and seeds!Guest Links:Website: TikTok: Twitter: 
We can prepare the healthiest meals in the world, but they would be nothing if our bodies can’t absorb them well. In this episode, Corinna Bellizzi invites guest, Marc Washington, to take us deep into understanding how digestion works. Marc is the Founder and CEO of Supergut, the leading clinically proven gut health nutrition brand that aims to reintroduce missing nutrients back into our diets. He expands our knowledge about building better digestive health as he discusses the differences between prebiotics, probiotics, and enzymes. Going beyond the hype, Marc brings you the real science of gut health in this conversation. So tune in to not miss out! Key takeaways from this episode:- It is not easy to live a consistently healthy life in today’s society- The difference between prebiotics, probiotics, and enzymes- The science of gut microbiome- The product you can incorporate into your diet to improve your metabolic health Guest Social Links:Website: https://www.supergut.comLinkedIn:
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