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Sachin Patel is a father, husband, philanthropist, speaker, author, and plant medicine advocate. He is the founder of The Living Proof Institute through which he pioneered a revolutionary approach to patient-centered healthcare. Dr. Patel asserts that "the doctor of the future is the patient" and he has committed himself to helping others raise the…
 
In this episode, Jim speaks with Dr. Sandra Kaufmann. Dr. Kaufmann received her medical degree from Johns Hopkins University and is the Chief of Pediatric Anesthesia at the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. She is also the creator and bestselling author of The Kaufmann Protocol: Why We Age and How to Stop It. During this fasci…
 
In this eye-opening interview, Jim speaks with Carolyn Thomas. Carolyn is a Mayo Clinic-trained women’s health advocate, a heart attack survivor, and author of the book A Women’s Guide to Living with Heart Disease. Carolyn and Jim discuss whether high blood pressure is always an indicator of heart disease—and what to do about it. As well as six of …
 
In this moving interview, Jim talks with Pete Griffin, the CEO of Musicians On Call—a non-profit that brings musicians into hospitals to help patients heal physically, mentally, and spiritually. Pete shares some remarkable stories of healing. He describes how music therapy provided by Musicians On Call has helped over 830,000 patients, families, an…
 
Doctors have been successfully treating patients using the power of sound and vibration for decades. Sound and vibration enter the body naturally, and in many cases, can heal parts of the body without medications or risky surgeries. But even if you aren’t currently suffering from an injury or health ailment, you can still reap the benefits of a reg…
 
Lung health is on everyone’s mind these days, rightfully so. And ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, I’ve been on the lookout for things you can do at home to both protect and strengthen your lungs. And now, Johns Hopkins—one of the most trusted medical authorities in the nation—just recommended sound and humming as a safe, simple, drug-free tr…
 
Between work, your family, and the other priorities in your life, some days you might feel like your “tank is on empty,” with no energy left to take care of yourself. But when you make a habit of running on fumes, you can create some real problems for yourself—like weakening your immune system, slowing your body’s healing processes, or even trigger…
 
According to the latest science, indulging in a regular "Happy Hour" may not be making us so happy after all. Research shows that just one drink in the evening can have detrimental effects to our sleep. Although alcohol may help you feel drowsy, it can get in the way of our body's ability to rest. Today I’ll share my three go-to relaxation techniqu…
 
With all the uncertainty in our world, it’s no wonder so many people struggle to quiet their racing mind. If you don’t take time to actively rid your body of all that nervous energy, it can start to take a toll on you. Especially if your cortisol levels start building up. That’s because cortisol—also known as the “stress hormone”—will start to atta…
 
Aging is inevitable. But thanks to some new groundbreaking scientific work, it is indeed possible to slam the breaks on aging. The secret to this fountain of youth lies within your ability to disrupt your body’s own aging processes—all the way down to the cellular level. Today you'll learn about a part of your DNA called telomeres. Telomeres act as…
 
Can kindness make a difference to your health? A group of researchers at UCLA and University of Plymouth in the UK found that when we see a person help someone else, it makes us feel good. And as a result, we tend to go out and commit our own act of kindness. But what's going on inside our bodies when we perform an act of kindness? Today I'll tell …
 
It's no surprise that the year 2020 has more people turning to mind-body practices like yoga and meditation to find inner peace and calm. Today I'm going to teach you a powerful beginner 5-step technique that can help you clear your mind and relax whenever you need it. You'll also learn the one key thing you need to do BEFORE you start any meditati…
 
2020 is so strange that I've taken up an unusual new hobby... I hum to cows. Why? Simple put...it makes me feel good. Today I'll tell you how I ended up discovering this new practice with my bovine friends, why I've found "cow humming" to be excellent self care, and the five big benefits I'm receiving from this odd (but healthy) routine. Start your…
 
I've recently seen a lot of research touting the heart benefits of a specific technique that’s taking the alternative health world by storm… This system is called heart rate variability, or HRV—a reliable health marker that can indicate your current state of health and fitness. Today I'll teach you how you can improve your HRV (and your mood!) with…
 
I get the following question quite a bit from readers: "Are there any 'healing sounds' to help alleviate tinnitus?" The answer is yes! Today I'll tell you exactly what's going on inside your ears when you experience tinnitus, the sounds that I use whenever I experience ringing in my ears, and a list of common do's and don'ts to help curtail tinnitu…
 
What are the best frequencies to use for inducing sleep? Pink noise? White noise? Nature sounds? In one study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, researchers studied how pink noise affected sleep quality of 13 older adults between the ages of 60 and 84. The participants completed two sleep sessions—one where they listened to pink noise be…
 
I’ve traveled all over the country facilitating drumming workshops. The one thing I’ve learned is that group drumming has been overwhelmingly effective and therapeutic in helping all types of people, from all walks of life. I also keep up with studies and research on drumming and it's relation to our health. Today you'll learn about one study I fou…
 
Researchers have just made a significant stride in the race for an Alzheimer’s cure. And not a moment too soon… A recent breakthrough study found that triggering the release of a natural hormone can reverse some of the damage caused by Alzheimer’s. Today you’ll learn how you or a loved one can produce an endless supply of this hormone on your own—u…
 
What's it like to experience your first group drumming experience, or "drum circle"? Today I talk with award winning rhythm ambassador, author, and music facilitator Arthur Hull. Arthur travels the world inspiring community building and self development through drumming. His Village Music Circles program now has 35 certified facilitators working in…
 
A 2011 study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association found that certain gait speeds—how fast you walk—were associated with a longer lifespan. The researchers noted that survival differences were even more pronounced among the study participants 75 years of age and older. But if your gait speed is on the slower side, don’t fret.…
 
If you fail to regularly nourish your brain, your neurons (brain cells) will either malfunction or die. As a result, the parts of the brain that rely on these neurons to help control and store memories will begin to lose their function—putting your most cherished moments at risk. But don’t fret... You were born with the extraordinary ability to gro…
 
Goldfish have been shown to have an attention span of nine seconds—one second longer than that of the average human being. Today I talk about the five different types of attention and how music has been used by researchers to increase personal focus performance. You'll also get the personal playlist I use personally for mental focus when I need to …
 
We've used rhythm for centuries to withstand long days of grueling work, remain steadfast in times of war, celebrate, foster connection, and serve as a sacred part in traditional ceremonies. Scientists have recently discovered another major use for rhythm: Strengthening and protecting the health of your brain. Today I’m going to show you exactly ho…
 
Today Jim talks with author, nutrition expert, and practicing physician Dr. Fred Pescatore. Dr. Fred reveals the three simple daily steps for peak immune health, how to turn on your “fat burner genes” to melt away those extra pounds, and why cholesterol is actually one of your body’s best friends. Dr. Fred also reveals the top three foods for heart…
 
Stress is a literal pain in the neck. But vagal nerve stimulation is your built in "stress melting switch" that's ready to be flipped on to battle anxiety. When you make any type of vagal toning exercise part of your day, it can result in major improvements to your life if you stick with it. You'll literally "hum your way to healing and happiness."…
 
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