In episode #50 of the Tipping Point Nutrition Podcast, Joanne and Krishn are discussing:
In episode #49 Joanne & Krishn catch up on a variety of topics including:
- The importance of balance and proprioception (our sense of self-movement and body position.)
- The body and brain's need for movement and how crappy movement patterns affect quality of life.
- How Centurians in 'Blue Zones' live differently than in the west.
In episode #48 we're diving into:
Good news stories - the social media #trashtag challenge & the CEO of Qantas Airlines response to a 10 year old wanting advice for starting his own airline.
The documentary STINK! and the latest news regarding Johnson & Johnson + Claires products contaminated with asbestos.
The importance of being your own advocate & lab testing.
Overhaul of Ontario's math curiculum and the need to go 'back to the basics' in many aspects of education.
+ so much more!
In episode #47 we're talking:
In episode #46, Krishn & Joanne discuss a range of topics including:
In episode #45 Krishn & Joanne discuss:
In episode #44, Joanne and Krishn are catching up on recent health news including:
Resources mentioned throughout show:
In episode #43, Joanne speaks with friend and fellow nutritionist, Trish Allan from Healthy Vibrant Living Nutrition. Topics discussed include:
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Neuro-Linguistic Programming can be described as the 'language of the brain.'
In episode #42 Joanne speaks with Brenda Johnston, an NLP Practitioner who helps high performers to reprogram their internal beliefs around money & success.
NLP helps people to learn about the power of the subconscious, why they perceive things the way do and how these world perceptions influence their behaviour.
Brenda shares how simply being conscious of or re-framing negative repetitive thought patterns can help us to over-ride them or replace them with new and helpful thoughts. Some of the topics touched on in the episode include:
Referenced on the show:
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In episode #41 Joanne chats with Frederic Limon a YouTuber and Producer who ditched his smart phone in favour of a simple flip phone.
Frederic is speaking out as a 'Digital Wellness Advocate', encouraging dialogue around the smart phone addiction so rampant today.
You can also find Frederic's initial blog post 'Why I Switched to a Flip Phone in 2018 and Never Looked Back' here.
In episode #40 Krishn & Joanne launch into Fall with a conversation about:
Resources mentioned throughout the show:
In episode #39, Joanne chats with Sara Fennell a retired IFBB Pro Figure Athlete and international fitness and cover/model. Sarah also happens to be among the top 100 internet retailers for her fitness programs
Sara has recently been speaking out about her personal experience with deteriorating health after breast implant surgery. Listen in as Sara shares:
In episode #38, Krishn & Joanne discuss a wide variety of topics including:
Specific books and articles referenced:
In episode #37 we're chatting Epigentics, the study of how external factors affect gene expression. It's the instructions given to our DNA to tell it how to behave. We're learning more about this fascinating field of study every day and it's now apparent that we are not at the mercy of our genes (as once thought). We actually have the ability to change gene expression through our daily activities!
Tune in as we discuss the various environmental and lifestyle factors that have the ability to activate the same genes that affect cancer, the immune system, chronic disease and more. Plus, learn how to optimize your health and thrive despite your genetics!
Articles and other health news referenced throughout the show include:
In episode #36 Krishn speaks with Josh Gitalis, Clinical Nutritionist and founder of the Functional Nutrition Certification Program.
Josh is a wealth of knowledge and helps clients to reach their health and wellness goals through evidence-based, functional nutrition/functional medicine. After completing his nutrition training in Canada, he later went on to complete his Functional Nutrition Certification with the Institute of Functional Medicine based in Washington, DC.
His relentless quest for answers in relation to the origin of disease has been integral in the success he's achieved in not only developing healing protocols for clients, but in helping other practitioners to apply their training to real-world settings. He is a gifted teacher, always searching for the latest health/ nutrition research and breaking down complex topics into something both clients and practitioners can not only understand, but leverage in real world settings.
Tune in to learn more about Josh's personal journey down the path of functional medicine, where he thinks the industry is headed and some of his top tips for achieving optimal health.
In episode #35 Krishn and Joanne chat about the overuse of antibiotics and the dangers of a powerful class of antibiotics known as Fluoroquinolones. We also discuss optimizing overall health and brain function through a compound called sulphoraphane (found in broccoli sprouts), 'The Magic Pill' documentary that highlights the ketogenic diet and more!
- Fluoroquinolones are too risky for common infections
- Press Release - FDA updates warnings for fluoroquinolones
- This Antibiotic Will Ruin You (blog post that features extensive list of pubmed studies on the dangers of fluoroquinolones and side effects for the entire musculoskeletal system.)
- What I learned from 100 days of rejection/ Jia Jiang
- Sulforaphane and its effects on cancer, mortality, aging, brain and behaviour, heart disease and more.
- How to increase sulforaphane in broccoli sprouts
Krishn and Joanne speak with Float Tank Barrie owners Mitch and Charles about all things floating. Learn:
In episode #33, Krishn and Joanne chat about the effects of coffee on the body, Daylight Savings Time, fish farm operations, pushing through the urge to quit a hobby + more!
In episode #32 Joanne chats with Benjamin Hardy a writer who focuses on self improvement, motivation and entrepreneurship. Ben is the #1 writer for medium.com and a PhD candidate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
In this interview, Ben discusses the premise of his new book, Willpower Doesn't Work touching on topics such as:
Whether you're an entrepreneur or aspiring to make some needed changes in your life, tune in to listen to Ben's advice for crafting an environment conducive to success.
In episode #31, Krishn and Joanne discuss optimizing brain health through activation of the glymphactic system (a drainage system specific to the brain and newly discovered in 2012), intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet. Resources referenced throughout the show include:
In the fall of 2011 Colleen Kelly Aleksander, a cyclist and lifelong athlete, was cycling home from work when she was run over by a multi-ton freight/transport truck. Flat lining twice, Colleen sustained horrifying injuries and suddenly found herself faced with the fight of her life.
The definition of determination and resilience; Colleen not only defied all odds by surviving, but has since gone on to complete over 50 races and 40 triathlons despite the trauma. In episode #30, Joanne chats with Colleen touching on:
Learn more about Colleen:
In episode #29 Joanne speaks with Justin Ehrlich of www.justinehrlich.com . Based out of San Diego, California, Justin has long been drawn to the many modalities practiced by the Ancient Chinese and specializes in Integrative Chinese Medicine. Justin speaks to a wide variety of topics including:
It's Sunday - time to slow down and catch up! In episode #28, Joanne reflects on the 7 year anniversary of the CCSVI procedure in Costa Rica to open blocked veins.
Other topics include: Nestle's acquisition of supplement companies, its controversial water extraction practices and the infant formula scandal that dates back to the 70s. We also discuss food additives and the new docuseries, ROTTEN.
In episode #27 we (Joanne and Krishn) discuss the growing number of experts sounding the alarm on the consequences of smartphone use and addiction. We take a look at how smartphones are dumbing us down and affecting our social skills, reducing our ability to retain information and shortening the average person's attention span. We also look at how electronics introduced to young children impact growth and healthy development from a physical, emotional and psychological perspective.
Articles and resources referenced throughout the show include:
In episode #26, we discuss employee bereavement leave following the death of a family member, grief, living a virtuous lifestyle, reducing 'small talk', what we've been reading, parkour training, overall movement, pelvic health/Diastis Recti and more!