092: Interview With Tina Muir

Tina Muir

Episode 092: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. It's another guest interview episode of Real Health Radio and this week I'm speaking with Tina Muir. Tina Muir is a 2:36 marathoner and Great Britain runner who recently shocked the running world by taking a hiatus to focus on starting a family and overcoming amenorrhea. Tina created the Running for Real Community to foster a healthy mindset around running. This is a space where runners can explore, embrace, and get better from setbacks through inspiring podcasts, videos, and blog posts, and most importantly, sharing thoughts and experiences. … [Read more...]

091: Interview With Dr Bryan Walsh

Interview With Dr. Bryan Walsh

Episode 091: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. It's another guest interview episode of Real Health Radio and this week I'm speaking with Dr. Bryan Walsh. Dr. Bryan Walsh has been studying human physiology and nutrition for over 25 years and has been educating others in health for 20 of those years. When he isn’t teaching, he spends his time pouring over the latest research and synthesizing his findings into practical information for health practitioners to use with their clients. He currently delivers courses in biochemistry, physiology, and pathophysiology as an Instructor at Maryland … [Read more...]

089: Interview with Alexa Schirm

Interview Alexa Schirm

Episode 089: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. It's another guest interview episode of Real Health Radio and this week I'm speaking with Alexa Schirm. Alexa Schirm is a busy mom of three girls and the author behind the site Simple Roots Wellness. She received her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and has taken a holistic approach in teaching people how the body functions and makes recommendations through this understanding. Alexa has a passion for helping people reach their goals of optimal health through teaching them the importance of eating real food and how easy and delicious these … [Read more...]

088: Interview With Matt Stone

088 Matt Stone

Episode 088: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. It's another guest interview episode of Real Health Radio and this week I'm speaking with Matt Stone. Matt Stone is an independent health researcher and author of more than 10 books on various health-related topics. He launched an independent investigation into health in 2005, and has since been exploring a wide range of health fields - from general physiology and nutrition to areas as diverse and specific as psychoneuroendocrinology. His investigation has yielded many great, practical insights and simple tips on how regular people can make … [Read more...]

085: The Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Study

The ACE study

Episode 085: Welcome back to another instalment of Real Health Radio. This week we are looking at the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) study. It uncovers how trauma as a child can impact on someone's health and behaviours in later life. And despite the study being nearly 20 years old, too few people know about considering its importance.  Here’s what I talk about in this podcast episode: 3:35 Vincent Felitti and Kaiser Permanente 5:30 The drop out rates at the obesity clinic 6:05 The surprising discovery 10:45 How the CDC got involved and started the ACE … [Read more...]

084: Interview With Rachel W. Cole

Interview with Rachel W. Cole

Episode 084: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. It's another guest interview episode of Real Health Radio and this week I'm speaking with Rachel W. Cole. Rachel Cole is a certified life coach, celebrated teacher, and women’s empowerment expert. She has spent ten years guiding women to identify, understand and feed their truest hungers – at and away from the table. As an eating disorder survivor herself, Rachel speaks with great wisdom, sensitivity, and authority about what it takes to live as a well-fed woman in the modern world. She has traveled across the United States and … [Read more...]

Using C.A.N To Improve Your Eating

Using C.A.N. to Improve Your Eating

This month I spent a couple of days doing nothing but going through research looking at how the environment affects our eating behaviour. It culminated in me releasing two podcasts on the topic (which you can listen to here and here). One of the big things I’m constantly trying to work on with clients is how to make eating healthful food easy and habitual. So rather than having to use willpower at every meal and remind themselves about the long term benefits of a higher fruit and vegetable intake, they set up the environment so that healthful choices happen automatically. A recurring … [Read more...]