Evolution of Medicine Podcast (health, alternative health)

Evolution of Endocrinology

In anticipation of this month’s Functional Forum, we bring you this very special Podcast: The Evolution of Endocrinology, featuring functional endocrinology expert Dr. Mark Menolascino of The Meno Clinic in Jackson Hole, WY.

This podcast was recorded several years ago for the first Evolution of Medicine Summit, and provides a wealth of clinical pearls and practical tips on today’s endocrine-driven chronic diseases.

Tune in now and get up-to-speed on the latest in functional endocrinology, including:

  • The difference between conventional medical endocrinology and functional endocrinology
  • The surprising laundry list of chronic conditions rooted in sub-optimal endocrine function including adrenal fatigue, erectile dysfunction, thyroid ailments, diabetes and more...
  • What Dr. Menolascino believes are the top 2 misunderstood and mismanaged endocrine conditions
  • The role of the gut-liver connection in hormonal function and balance
  • The real story behind the endocrine-cancer-connection
  • How and where to begin unraveling complex hormonal issues
  • ...and much more

And if you’re hungry for more information and best practices in functional endocrinology, click here to join us for this month’s Functional Forum: Evolution of Endocrinology LIVE from Minneapolis, MN.

Will you be in the Minneapolis area Monday, September 10? Click here to get 2 free tickets to the LIVE show using the coupon code “Dutch”, courtesy of our sponsor: Precision Analytical.

 

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

Functional Forum: Evolution of Endocrinology

Direct download: Evolution20of20Endocrinology.mp3
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This week’s podcast features: Daniel Schmachtenburger, co-founder and director of research and development at Neurohacker Collective, in Complexity Medicine: The Basis for a Functional Standard of Care.

Daniel is a deep thinker and researcher on how human regulatory systems function, how they break down and how they can be supported to function with greater resilience.

In this thought-provoking half-hour, we take a deep dive into the future of personalized medicine, longevity and health, including:

  • How Daniel reversed his autoimmune diagnosis by using complexity science theory and functional medicine
  • The importance of non-linear thinking and investigation in pinpointing, stopping and reversing the causal factors of complex illness
  • Definitions of the 3 tiers of disease within the homeodynamic axis
  • The three fundamental tier 1 root causes of disease based on evolutionary code
  • How functional medicine practitioners can help attract biotech companies and entrepreneurs into our space
  • Insightful tips for practitioners to gain clarity in uncovering root cause(s) in an era of complex clinical cases
  • And much more

This was a fantastically dense half-hour of clinical insights, theory and tips...so grab your notebooks (hang onto your hats), listen and subscribe to the podcast today.

Resources mentioned in this podcast:
www.neurohackercollective.com


This Evolution of Medicine Podcast, Coaching and Functional Medicine: A Match Made in Value-Based-Care-Heaven, features KNEW Health’s Director of Coaches and the founder of The School of Applied Functional Medicine, Tracy Harrison, MS.

Tracy first appeared on the Functional Forum with her “Future of Functional in Five: Health Coach Keys to the Future” in December 2016 (watch it here).

In this interview, Tracy talks about the value she’s seen in KNEW Health’s experiment of creating a new practitioner: the physician-supervised functional-medicine trained health coach.

Tune in for all details, plus some invaluable tips for doctors and health coaches, including:

  • Why Tracy believes strongly that functional medicine science alone is not enough to transform people’s health, and how health coaching helps facilitates the behavioral changes necessary to get sustainable results
  • The key role health coaches play in helping practitioners prevent burnout, focus on root cause resolution and run a profitable practice
  • An insider look at KNEW Health’s physician-supervised, functional-medicine-trained health coaching model---and how this could rapidly transform the future of medicine
  • Why “Tier Two” patients are often the ones who benefit most from health coaching
  • The inside scoop on what KNEW Health is looking for when hiring health coaches
  • ...and much more

If value in medicine is outcomes divided by cost, then the functional medicine-trained health coach could become the most valuable provider in medicine.

Want to learn more about how health coaches could help streamline your practice? Click here to listen and subscribe to the Podcast today.

 

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

The School of Applied Functional Medicine

KNEW Health


This Evolution of Medicine Podcast, The Archetype Diet: Where Do Women Source Their Self-Worth? features long-time Functional Forum supporter, food coach and author of the newly released Archetype Diet, Dana James, MS, CDN, CNS.

Dana appeared on the very first Functional Forum in a comedy sketch with our co-founder, James Maskell, called: Think Pink.

Her groundbreaking new book is all about how women’s source of self-worth leads to the formation of their health and lifestyle behaviors.

Tune in for a fascinating listen on how self-worth creates or diminishes women’s health, including:

  • What Dana discovered after years of practice about why most women can’t stick to an individual nutrition plan long-term
  • The 4 key ways in which women source their self-worth, and how these archetypes influence their behaviors
  • Typical lifestyle behaviors and health issues associated with the 4 archetypes
  • How to use cognitive behavioral therapy to help your patients crack their archetype code, and thus, improve their health
  • Tips for practitioners on identifying and addressing these 4 archetypes in practice
  • And much more

If you’re a woman, or a practitioner who sees women in your practice, be sure to listen, and subscribe to the podcast today.

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

The Archetype Diet Reclaim Your Self-Worth and Change the Shape of Your Body by Dana James, MS, CDN, CNS


This Evolution of Medicine Podcast, Community in Action: The Evolution of Meetups, features Dr. Cynthia Thaik—the record-holder for the largest Functional Forum Meetup in Glendale, California.

Tune in today to learn Dr. Thaik’s template for growing her Meetup from zero to over 180 people in no time, including:

  • How she used the community-building principles she learned from EvoMed to get started strong—including opening events to the public
  • The key strategic relationships they created with event venues, speakers, sponsors and patients that helped build their tribe
  • The different formats they’ve used to galvanize their group and encourage collaboration
  • Their most effective social media channel for promoting their Meetup
  • Which surveys they used to get to know their audience and create targeted event topics to meet their needs
  • And so much more

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

The kNew Vision Tour


This week’s podcast features Sarah Morgan, MS, “The Gene Queen” and author of the new book: Buddies in my Belly: A Story About Probiotics.

In the podcast, James interviews Sarah about her fantastic new children’s book on the microbiome and her mission to make complex, medical topics easy to understand for children all ages.

Tune in today and discover:

  • Highlights about the book and how it can help educate the next generation about their body’s greatest allies
  • How the characters “Lactie,” “Bifie,” “Strepie” and “Ba-Silly” came alive in words and illustrations
  • What they discovered in their focus groups to make the book ultra-relatable, believable and fun for kids of all ages
  • How the principles and resources in this book can help your children and patients adopt healthy behaviors for life
  • Sarah’s big vision for creating “The Sesame Street of Health,” starting with the “buddies” initiative
  • And much more...

 

This book is one of our founders, James Maskell’s, favorites to read with his daughter, and it will be available in the Merch Store on the kNew Vision Tour this summer.

Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, parent-to-be, practitioner, teacher, child caregiver or health advocate, this book is a must-have for educating the next generation.

Learn more about the buddies in your belly by listening and subscribing to the Podcast today.

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

Buddies in My Belly

The kNew Vision Tour

Direct download: Buddies20in20My20Belly.mp3
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This week’s podcast features: Dr. Mat Boulé, DO, posturologist and educator in Posturology: The Missing Link in Root Cause Resolution.

Functional medicine practitioners are trained to look at health from the inside out, but Dr. Boulé has shown often you have to look from the outside in when to comes to specific conditions.

We know structure dictates function, tune in today to discover how this principle works posturally to accelerate healing and help your patients overcome complex issues, including:

 

  • A revealing list of symptoms and conditions which indicate a postural component
  • What it looks like to combine functional medicine and posturology in an initial workup
  • The influence of body position on the autonomic nervous system
  • How addressing structural issues frees up crucial energy which can then to be redirected toward speedier healing
  • 3 tips on how to identify possible postural issues in your patients
  • And more...

This week’s Podcast serves as a perfect example of why we need our whole community to help patients resolve chronic disease, MDs, DOs, DCs, PTs, and more.

Discover the power of addressing complex issues from the outside-in by listening and subscribing to the Podcast today.

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

The kNew Health Cooperative


This week’s Podcast features movement coach, lifestyle educator, nutritionist and the founder of Primal Play, Darryl Edwards.

In this interview, Darryl shares about the success of Primal Playa popular fitness practice that utilizes of all your natural surroundingsand his new book, Animal Moves, which outlines 40 different animals you can replicate to make exercise and movement fun for the whole family.

Tune in today and discover a whole new way to exercise, including:

  • The evolutionary fitness philosophy behind the Primal Play methodology of movement as medicine
  • What a Primal Play fitness session looks like―a refreshingly stark contrast from your typical gym workout
  • An overview of the Animal Moves 28-Day movement plan, which outlines 40 different animals you can replicate in just 15-30 minutes a day to make exercise a blast
  • The incredible health benefits of focusing on all types of playful animal-movement―jumping, crawling, sprinting, crouching, climbing, static poses, etc.
  • Tips on finding rewarding opportunities for natural movement within your local environment, no matter where you live
  • The key component community and family participation plays in a successful fitness routine
  • And more….

Whether you’re a practitioner interested in curating fun and innovative exercise practices for your patients or an individual looking for ways to improve you or your family’s fitness, this is a must-listen.

Bring some serious fun back into fitness routine by listening to the podcast today.

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

Animal Moves―How to Move Like an Animal to Get You Leaner, Fitter, Stronger and Healthier for Life


Lifestyle Medicine in Community: By the Numbers

This week’s podcast features Dr. Mohan-pal Singh Chandan, a GP working within the NHS who we met at the Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine Conference this year.

Dr. Chandan has garnered government support to start up a community-based lifestyle medicine clinic in a poor area of inner city Birmingham, UK.

By supporting lifestyle interventions and incentivizing peer-to-peer medicine, they’ve not only seen a dramatic reduction in medical visits and pharmaceutical use, but also remissions of so-called chronic conditions throughout their pilot program.

Tune in today to see the dramatic power of lifestyle community interventions for improving patient outcomes, including:

  • How Dr. Chandan convinced his employer to fund this pilot program
  • A summary of pilot program data, like how patient empowerment led to a 20% reduction in GP visits, a 10% reduction in prescription costs and a variety of positive health outcomes for Birmingham residents
  • Dr. Chandan‘s favorite structures for facilitating successful peer-to-peer medicine
  • The special role faith-based communities play in community-based healthcare, and how those qualities can translate to any community
  • Details on how we plan to use kNew Health Cooperative to bring medicine back into communities, re-empower patients and achieve these same types of results in the United States

This impressive data from Dr. Chandan’s pilot program offers further proof that community-based health incentives and peer-to-peer support are the ultimate creators of good health.

Learn how it’s done (and how we plan to do it with kNew Health) by listening and subscribing to the podcast today.

Resources mentioned in this podcast:

The kNew Health Cooperative

Direct download: Lifestyle_Medicine_In_Community_-_By_The_Numbers.mp3
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This week’s podcast features our accountability group manager Nicole Villamora on the success of our Practice Accelerator’s Accountability Groups.

With spring enrollment in full-swing (and coming to an end April 27, 2018), James interviews Nicole on why the accountability groups have become a sought-after feature of the Accelerator, and why these group members are crushing it when it comes to practice development and marketing.

Tune in today and discover:

  • How the accountability groups came to be, and what we’ve learned over last 2 years to make them super valuable
  • What to expect when you join an accountability group, what’s expected of you and how the whole process works
  • Why participants in the accountability groups wind up being the most successful in creating the low-overhead, high-profit, purpose-driven practices they want
  • Success stories as-told by Nicole from participants
  • And much more…

At EvoMed, we’re all about harnessing the power of community to accelerate our movement forward---these groups were created in that same spirit (and they cost a heck of a lot less than hiring a personal business coach).

Open enrollment in the Practice Accelerator is on through April 27, 2018. To learn more, click here to download the program brochure.

Direct download: Success_Leaves_Clues_-_Accountability_Groups.mp3
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