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What does it mean to give and receive value? Hi I'm Kyrin and this podcast is for those who want to earn a living from their work without resorting to the standard Advertising model. Within you'll find me exploring topics such as: why free isn't free, connecting with your supporters, creating good incentives and of course ...... value.
 
How are women over 40 like us actually keeping weight off, energy up, our minds and moods clear and our health in amazing shape? How do we balance our hormones so that we can feel great in our own skin, be who we really want to be and fulfill all of our dreams in this life? The truth is...most of us aren’t. I spent years frustrated with the failure of my OBGYN training to actually provide successful solutions to the health challenges most women face after 40. After discovering the truth abou ...
 
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Everyday Wellness: Cynthia Thurlow, NP

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Welcome to the Everyday Wellness podcast with Cynthia Thurlow! Cynthia is a mom of 2 boys, wife, nurse practitioner, and intermittent fasting and nutrition expert. She has over 20 years experience in emergency medicine and cardiology, but pivoted to focus on food as medicine. She loves to share science-backed practical information to improve your overall well being and is grateful to be interviewing leaders in the health and wellness field. Her goal with Everyday Wellness is to help her list ...
 
Margie Bissinger is a Physical Therapist and Integrative Health Coach. For nearly twenty years she has devoted herself to helping women with osteoporosis. Margie would love to help you discover your path to the best, healthiest version of yourself. During this podcast series, Margie will share many natural approaches to optimizing and strengthen your bones while at the same time increasing your happiness and reducing your stress. Expect to learn from leading experts on what you can do to mak ...
 
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There's a lot of misinformation out there about hormones like estrogen. But the truth is, estrogen is your best friend at midlife! Learn how this amazing hormone can help you feel more confident with age, helps reduce symptoms of menopause, improves vaginal health and promotes bone and heart health. So how can you get rid of those fears? Our guest …
 
“Your hormones are the most important regulators in your body, so stop thinking about them superfluously.” -Kyrin Dunston, MD After discovering the hidden cause of midlife weight gain and fatigue in women, OB/GYN Dr. Kyrin Dunston lost a life-changing 100 lbs. and fixed her adrenal fatigue. A pioneer of female hormonal justice, Dr. Kyrin founded th…
 
I am happy to have Dr. Kyrin Dunston back on the show today! Dr. Kyrin was with me before in Episode 119: Master Midlife and Stop the Menopause Madness. I invited her to join me once again today to take a deeper dive into the topic of testosterone in women. Dr. Kyrin Dunston is a leading OBGYN & Functional Medicine Expert. She has been featured on …
 
Watch out Brisbane, Juan is getting mad ....... you don't want to see Juan mad. In Episode #249 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: the rainy weather that is coming to Brissie, the last La Niña that caused flooding, Juan's frustrating traffic story followed by his aggravating car fine, how the wet weather will effect our workouts, age catching up …
 
We need to have a serious chat today, I'm laying down the law! In Ep #15 we're examining if you need to be tough with your listeners to get them to participate in v4v? This question came from the origins of v4v coined from Adam Curry. I suggest some rules of thumb to help answer it before ending off with the latest news from Podcasting 2.0 and the …
 
I am delighted to have Sam Apple joining me today! Sam is on the faculty at Johns Hopkins. Before he arrived at Johns Hopkins, he taught creative writing and journalism at the University of Pennsylvania. He holds a BA in English and Creative Writing from the University of Michigan and an MFA in Creative Non-fiction from Columbia University. Sam has…
 
I don't use the word often, but 'polemical' describes this work perfectly. 'Beyond Good And Evil' by Friedrich Nietzsche is mostly an attack on philosophers but also contains snippets of his general thoughts on the interplay between religion & society, the mindset of a free spirit and some other assorted rants. It was originally written in his nati…
 
Kieran Nolan is the cofounder of Rocketshoes, educational technologist, host of the IPFS podcast and a lover of all things blockchain. In Conversation #62 we chat about: teaching blockchain tech to primary school children, the difficulties of educating parents, real life use cases of IPFS with rocketshoes, an overview of the InterPlanetary File Sys…
 
Should I ditch Juan, is he giving me a bad reputation? In Episode #248 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: responsibility for the type of people and groups you run in, whether we would care if a new acquaintance had a bad reputation, how much this topic plays out in our day to day life, the differences between your online keyboard warrior and IRL noto…
 
Today, I am delighted and honored to be talking to Dr. Philip Ovadia. He is a board-certified Cardiac Thoracic Surgeon and Founder of Ovadia Heart Health. His mission is to help people stay off his operating table by optimizing their metabolic health to lower the risk of heart disease and other chronic illnesses. In this episode, we take a deep div…
 
What are the mental traps that you fall into and how do you try to combat them? In Episode #247 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: my recent TikTok superstardom with my brothers random friends, essential survival tools, essential entertainment devices (to throw at noisy crows), the mind reading capabilities shown in 'The Portrait Of A Lady' by He…
 
Bienvenidos damas y caballeros, welcome ladies & gentlemen. In Ep #14 we are looking at whether the value for value model is possible for everybody or if you have to be a certain person in a certain place to make it work. I argue that it has already proved to be a worldwide message that has not only transcended country boundaries, but has also brok…
 
More questions than answers, more confusion than clarity. 'The Question Concerning Technology' by Martin Heidegger is a philosophical book containing multiple essays by the German philosopher. It centres around his concepts of 'Standing Reserve' & 'Enframing' but also contains a deconstruction of Nietzsche as well. The book contains no real structu…
 
“What we all want is to have some inspiration and empowerment about the ability to take care of ourselves.” -Dr. Wendie Trubow Dr. Wendie Trubow is a functional medicine gynecologist. She received her M.D. from Tufts University in 2000 and has been practicing functional medicine since 2009. After all these years, she is still passionate about helpi…
 
How to lose weight and keep it off for women at midlife? We’ve all heard that fasting is a great way to lose weight and keep it off. But how is intermittent fasting different from other diets? How can it help women at midlife? If you’re looking to lose weight at midlife, fasting is a simple way to reset your hormones and jumpstart your metabolism. …
 
In Conversation #61 I took some time to talk with Jeremy, aka OrigamicPenguin on twitter to talk all things Veefriends, taking risks, establishing his own northern star and creating his own NFT! As always, we hope you enjoy. Mere Mortals out! Timeline: (0:00) - Intro (1:30) - meeting other VeeFriends (2:45) - 60 seconds who is Jeremy (4:45) - What …
 
Get prepared for some numbers people, we're diving deep into the analytical, engineering minds of the Mere Mortals. In Episode #246 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: the reasoning behind talking about metrics & my general philosophy, realisations that it's possible to go overboard, sleep/financial/fitness/random data that we collect and analyse, qua…
 
I am delighted to have Dr. Tracy Gapin joining me today! Dr. Gapin is a board-certified urologist, world-renowned men’s health expert, best-selling author, and professional speaker. Almost every day during his twenty years as a urologist, Dr. Gapin saw men grappling with issues of brain fog, difficulty in focusing, problems with physical performanc…
 
“Hydration is the single most important thing you can do to treat and prevent chronic disease.” -Dana Cohen, MD Dr. Dana Cohen is an internal medicine physician who has spent her career practicing integrative medicine. She has helped thousands of patients find relief from a variety of health problems utilizing the principles of integrative and func…
 
As I write this a week on I'm still coughing up mysterious traveller germs, the fun of Airlie Beach comes with a price! In Episode #245 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: our recent holiday to a vacation getaway in beautiful Queensland, similarities between my brother and I, Juan's recent experiments with photoshops and deep faking faces, getting…
 
Are you really putting the required effort into your latest piece of content? Can you look back and it and be proud? Do you feel you deserve something from it even if it isn't your best work? In Ep #13 we're looking at resting on your laurels and why a sense of entitlement can creep in if you're expecting 'passive income' from your creations. I'm n…
 
'The Tattooist of Auschwitz' by Heather Morris blends fiction with reality to bring the tale of the Tattooist of Auschwitz to us all, his love for Gita and the things one must do to survive. I hope you have a fantastic day wherever you are in the world. Juan out! If you would like to support the Mere Mortals, feel free to grab this book here: https…
 
What’s wrong with me? Why can’t you lose weight? You’ve probably heard all kinds of theories about why it’s so hard to lose weight. From your genes to your metabolism, it can feel like there are no easy answers. And while a lot of the blame is on the person losing weight, you can’t lose weight if you’re not willing to take responsibility for yourse…
 
We're talking about money, and then hopefully taking a break from it for a while. I feel gross when I talk about it for too long. In Episode #244 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: why you don't want to see your net worth decrease, our personal monthly expenses, how much extra it would cost for our dream lifestyle, why chasing the next promotion sole…
 
I am thrilled to have Trina Felber back on the show today! Trina was with me in episode 153, where she spoke about the mouth microbiome and reversing tooth decay naturally. She is joining me today to tell us the truth about skincare. Trina is the Founder and Creator of Primal Life Organics. She is a wife, mother of three, dental health and natural …
 
Prerecording FTW, where would we be without you! In Episode #243 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: why we had to film earlier due to our upcoming/already completed Airlie Beach trip, why dubbing over anime and foreign language is unacceptable, bringing back the good times by revisiting old and fond memories, ways in which we succeeded without me…
 
He who controls the spice controls the universe! 'Dune' by Frank Herbert is a sci-fi classic that is comparable with some of the other amazing fictional universes. The story takes place on Arrakis, a barren planet scarce of water but containing the immensely valuable spice. House Atreides suffers a catastrophic betrayal and so the young Duke Paul u…
 
What is binge-eating? How can we stop binging? Why does this happen to some people? And what can we do about it? We all want to be happy and have a good relationship with food. But there is a difference between having a healthy relationship with food and having an unhealthy relationship with food. When we binge and obsess about food, we are not liv…
 
You smell that ....... it smells like it's goal time. Do you set yourself monthly goals and if so, how many do you set? Juan and I on the first week of every month go over our progress from the previous month and where we are heading for the next. Emphasis as always is on the shortcomings; what we didn't achieve in the previous monthly goals and ho…
 
So ... what's your motivation for doing anything? In Episode #242 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: our demotivating and quite frankly lazy Halloween outfits, the book Humankind: A Hopeful History by Rutger Bregman, personal motivation for why we both workout so much, overcoming apathy and sleeping better, making sure you are not becoming a bad pers…
 
I'm onto you Duolingo, I see through all your sneaky tactics. Watch your back! In Episode #241 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: our gratitude for Southbank allowing us back in our normal spot, Juan's interaction with a homeless man outside a gas station, why Duolingo has it in for podcasting, why one might be hypocrite and work at cross purpose…
 
Are you artificially capping your audience for no good reason? In Ep#11 I'm exploring my personal philosophy with regards to my podcasts, which is that they should be as accessible as possible for everyone who wants to join in. I've constantly been surprised by who I attract in, as was Erika from The Balance Theory who also noticed the same phenome…
 
Everything you know about human nature is a falsehood, but maybe that's a good thing. 'Humankind' by Rutger Bregman is an argument for why humans are good at heart (and in action). He presents this as a dichotomy between the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes & Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Much of the book is spent debunking commonly cited examples of our innat…
 
We all have energy blocks that hold us back from being the best version of ourselves. When you’re in an energetic state of health, it’s very possible that you’ll feel like everything’s just going great, and nothing can go wrong. However, when things don’t go so well in your life, whether that’s something small or large, that feeling of “not being a…
 
Welcome back all - today's conversation is a little different than most and was a section of conversation that occured during an AMA with the creators of Everyday Sloths - an upcoming Australian NFT project with a MASSIVE game changer in the way you interact with your NFT. As always, we hope you enjoy. Mere Mortals out! Timeline: (0:00) - Intro (1:…
 
"You can use science to help your child's brain and body function optimally so that they can one day find their imbalances and fix it themselves." - Dr. Madiha Saeed Madiha Saeed, MD, also known as HolisticMom, MD on social media, is a practicing board-certified family physician in the USA, health influencer, international speaker. She is a best-se…
 
I had to slow down my reading pace to about 1 x book per week due to focusing on some new goals. I also think my average page length might be slightly increasing which also is a reason for the slow down. So only 3 x reviews for me from this month. The real highlight (which I forgot to mention) was Juan's review of Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari which…
 
This is probably one of my beliefs that will annoy the most people. In Episode #240 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: why I think there is something wrong with the way that we all view 'jobs' as a necessity, why people work in the first case, how many people would stay at their job if they weren't getting paid, why paying for everything is the end g…
 
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