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Bronx Native Chyna Frazier, Initially Launched Her Podcast To Reveal To The Public Of Her Previous Insecurities She Held Three Years Prior To Launching. In Her 1st Published Episode “Living With Vitiligo”, Chyna Opened Up About Having Vitiligo Since She Was Eleven And How She Tried To Hide It For Some Many Years While Masking Being Self Conscious. Finally After Embracing Her Flaw, Chyna Decided To Share Her Platform To Interview Guests Who Also Has A Story To Tell. This Podcast Features; Her ...
 
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The Healthy Skin Show

Jennifer Fugo, CNS, MS, Skin Rash Expert

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Fed up with those skin rashes that just won't go away? Join clinical nutritionist, skin rash expert, and eczema warrior Jennifer Fugo to explore alternative ways to look at your frustrating skin conditions. Together, we'll dive deep to empower and inspire you to see your symptoms from a totally different perspective. Each episode tackles a wide range of chronic skin rash issues including (but not limited to) eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, vitiligo, and seborrheic dermatitis. We pull back the cu ...
 
Hi. I'm Aaron Tsuru and this is my podcast, Anecdotal. I'm a photographer, zinester, writer, videographer, artist, painter, singer, illustrator, momma, father, spouse, cat owner, runner, cyclist, agender genderqueer atheist liberal romantic with vitiligo in New York City. Let's share each other's stories! Love, Aaron Tsuru http://tsurufoto.com http://anecdotalpodcast.tumblr.com
 
Food Pharmacy – one of the biggest health brands in Sweden – is eager to take its award-winning Scandinavian concept and share it with the rest of the world, and to contribute to the fight against the global burden of lifestyle-related diseases. In 2014 Lina Nertby and Mia Clase started Food Pharmacy, embarking on a long, sometimes meandering, often magical journey towards their goal of improving public health. Along the way they've spoken with a variety of experts and professionals in vario ...
 
This podcast is a powerful gallery of raw real life stories and the reason that led these women to reach out to do a boudoir and glamour session. It was created to give a voice to my clients (a.k.a Bombshells) to share their beautiful stories by means of inspiration to other women as well. As I get reached out by so many women everyday, I get the chance to listen and be inspired by them and, for that reason, I feel it is time to give back and let others also benefit from such powerful storie ...
 
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In this episode, we discussed about the Gerson Therapy. It’s a type of treatment that was devised by Dr. Max Gerson in early 20th century. The therapy was basically based on a plant-based diet. He claimed to have received significant success rate in his trials with his patients through change in their diet plans. The Gerson therapy is supposed to c…
 
Are you one of those people whose skin gets WORSE the cleaner and healthier your diet becomes? This is one of those things people don’t talk about that can really get someone down because diet changes are so heavily pushed as a one-stop solution to clear up your skin. So if you’ve ever felt like you just didn’t “try hard enough” or “eat clean enoug…
 
In this episode, we discussed about the curability in Ayurveda. Disorders have been broadly classified into three as per Ayurveda, Saadhya (the ones that can be cured), Yapya (the ones that can be managed through measures or medicine) & Asadhya (the ones that can’t be cured). Some diseases are also said to change their curability factor over a peri…
 
Catherine Butler-Burns decided to become a nun aged 17. It was a shock to her parents, they weren’t especially religious by Irish standards of the time and until then Catherine had been having a lively teenage social life. But she chose to take vows of poverty, chastity and obedience because the women she saw “saving the world” were nuns.Catherine …
 
Equipped with a law degree, an internship from the BBC White City in TV script writing and film production, plus certification as an ESL teacher, and still only in her 20s, Zoe Popham headed for Thailand for adventure, and to teach English. Serendipitously, she knew an English guy working in Bangkok on a film and he invited her to work with him. Th…
 
Did you know that it is possible for children to become sensitized (and even allergic) to food through the skin? Yep... *mind blown*! This is something that we're learning more about and that blows a hole in the concept that the only way to become sensitized to food is through the gut. My guest today, Jennifer Brand, MPH (Master's degree in public …
 
Have you ever wondered if the placement of your rashes actually was an important clue to your case? I’ve been asked this A LOT! So today I thought I’d share some clinical pearls that I’ve picked up along the way to help you become a better skin rash detective! This observation can also help you by looking back to rash placement in the past (even wh…
 
When Jaina Mistry was young she had a very scary encounter with a dog that she thought had given her a lifelong phobia. Her family felt much the same. But years later her freedom would be curtailed in the most basic way as even going out to a café or to the gym became fraught with danger. To help her through this she was encouraged to put all her f…
 
In this episode, we discussed about the natural urges of human body like sneezing, yawning, urinating, hunger, thirst etc. These natural urges play a key role in maintaining our metabolism. Usually, urges are split among two segments, input, and excretion. In today’s times, we are getting more cultured towards supressing our natural urges to suit o…
 
If you are struggling with adult acne, today's episode is for you! This episode is celebrating new published research by Dr. Julie Greenberg on the make-up of the gut microbiome of someone whose primary complaint is acne! These findings can help us all better know what steps can be taken to support someone struggling with acne, but it also undersco…
 
One Sunday, over drinks, Reg Mead was told a story: that back in the fifties a farmer had unearthed a pot full of old coins. He’d scooped up what he could and then ploughed the rest back in to the field. Reg is a keen metal detectorist so his interest was piqued. He got permission from the landowner and set off with some friends from his metal-dete…
 
In this episode, we discussed about the concept of grounding, also known as body earthing in Ayurveda and its importance. We know the earth is one big electromagnet and humans can balance out their bio magnetic fields by walking barefoot like animals do, says Ayurveda, which is like the concept of earthing of electrical supply in modern science. In…
 
In this episode, I have a kitchen-table style conversation with German-born, wise elder, Ingrid Bloser Martins. Ingrid is my neighbor in Estoril, Portugal, and she is someone I've come to know over the years as a woman whose diverse cultural experiences have afforded her a unique perspective. Our conversation focuses primarily on her insights into …
 
Did you know that about 10% of people using Dupixent develop awful face and neck dermatitis? This issue (more officially called Dupilumab Facial Redness (DFR)) wasn’t flagged during the randomized FDA trials, but has some dermatologists concerned because DFR can be incredibly severe, just as it was for one of my clients. Since Dupixent is a biologi…
 
On the evening of Friday 29 November 2013, Michael Byrne was having a drink with a friend in a bar in Glasgow. They'd gone to see a band and had only been there for about an hour when suddenly it felt like everything had been shaken up – as if they were in snowglobe. Amid the chaos of falling debris Michael’s actions helping others were heroic, and…
 
In this episode, we discussed about an autoimmune disorder named, Vitiligo, also called as Leukoderma. Interestingly, in Ayurveda, it’s said, someone who has done something wrong gets Vitiligo. Dr. Kanika Verma shares her personal experience about suffering from Vitiligo and how she cured herself using Ayurveda. Stress has been identified as one of…
 
I often talk about how nutrition and digestion can play a role in our skin health. And there are many different dietary theories out there that have been used over the decades (and even centuries) that could be beneficial. As you might already know, I don't think diet for many with chronic skin rashes is the only tool that should be used to help ac…
 
Pip Peacock lives in Bakewell in the Peak District, a perfect spot for walking the family dog, Buster. He’d been with them for 11 years. He was originally a present for her youngest son when he was a teenager but when he found out just how much was involved in dog ownership the title of chief dog walker soon fell to Pip. Thankfully she likes walkin…
 
In this episode, we discussed about the side effects Ayurvedic medicine. One of the categories of Ayurvedic medicines has been named as ‘Swasthavritta’, the sphere of health which includes herbal remedies like ‘Triphla’ which as per Ayurveda, can be taken for years in a prescribed quantity without worrying about any serious side effects. However, t…
 
Did you know that psoriasis is associated with a bunch of other health issues? Things like hypothyroidism, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, PCOS, Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver disease, and liver fibrosis, just to name a few. Many of my clients have no idea about these connections and have unfortunately had their concerns about other health issues blown of…
 
With a BA from Sotheby's Institute of Art and an MA in Dutch Baroque Art from London's Courtauld Institute of Art, in 2013, Mariska Beekenkamp-Wladimiroff founded, Art Historical London, offering art lectures, courses, tours, travel and events from London. Over the years, she expanded to events in New York and Amsterdam, and in March, 2020, due to …
 
In this episode, we discussed about ‘Rasashaastra’, a specialised branch of Ayurveda focused on rejuvenation of the body, one of the prominent elements that is used in its process being mercury apart from other metals and minerals. Infact, heavy metals are used even in the modern medicines for a while now. Heavy metals when used in Ayurveda are req…
 
In this episode, let's get familiarised with something called 'Humanitarian Ayurveda' with Dr. Kanika Verma. Is today’s healthcare industry focused more on business then serving the humanity. Why it is important to follow and invest more in a preventive approach for the health care systems? Ayurveda traditionally follows a different approach which …
 
Jemma Bere had an unusual childhood. Her mum was a primary school teacher who chose to homeschool her so they could move around a lot. They lived on a boat in Turkey, travelled to Thailand, Bali and across Europe. In her teens they finally settled in Wales after her mum met a new partner. He was a big drinker and home life became a bit chaotic but …
 
Most times, a skin rash is a skin rash. But sometimes, if the skin condition comes out of nowhere, and if it does not respond to treatment, it could be a sign that something else is going on. And that something could be lymphoma. My guest today is Dr. Peter Lio, a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology & Pediatrics at Northwestern University F…
 
In this episode, we discussed about the today’s popular concept of herbal extracts with Dr. Kanika Verma. Hear it all from her while she shares some interesting insights covering questions like how natural or beneficial can these herbal extracts be as against traditional Ayurvedic herbs, are they being misrepresented by the pharmaceutical companies…
 
In his twenties Jon Godsall was working in the family air-conditioning business but he also wanted to see the world, so he took his skills abroad. He found a job at the British embassy in Kuwait. On August 2, 1990, Jon set off in his car for work as he did every day. He realised something was wrong when he was stopped as he neared the embassy. The …
 
Have you had that dreaded diarrhea after you start a round of antibiotics? And maybe you worry that if you take probiotics, doing so while taking the antibiotics will just “cancel them out.” You’re not wrong to think this because timing is everything when it comes to taking probiotics while on antibiotics! Thanks to my recent 3-week course of antib…
 
Originally from New York City, Berne Weiss moved from California to Central Europe following the 1989 Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia. An activist, Berne is also a Quaker, working for peace and social justice. Now in her late 70s, her stories of coming of age during the cultural revolution of the '60s, and eventually relocating to Hungary, wher…
 
When you think of methods to detox from mold, bile may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But, as my guest today will explain, bile can actually play a huge role in how (and if) mycotoxins are leaving your body. My guest today is Dr. Jill Crista, a naturopathic doctor, best-selling author, and internationally recognized educator on mold ill…
 
Once you feel like you’ve exhausted what your dermatologist can do for your skin, you start to wonder if there’s anything else you can dig into to help your rashes. Most people start with diet and try avoiding different foods. Eventually you might start to wonder if there’s something going on in your gut! And somehow you’ll stumble across a bunch o…
 
I first heard Aparna Aurora speak on a Women in Business panel at the annual Lisbon Web Summit, Europe's most influential tech event, which will be live once again November 1-4, 2021. Aparna talked to a largely millennial and female audience about growing Chutnify, her Indian restaurant from its inception as a street-food concept in 2014 in Berlin,…
 
This episode is about understanding the nutrition aspect of Ayurveda and its benefits with Dr. Nikhita Shere. Ayurveda defines a complete meal comprising of 6 different tastes. As per Vedic text, when a human body goes through different age cycles, nourishment needs change to suit the changing prevalent 'doshas'. It not not just about eating health…
 
Mindset is an important, albeit overlooked, piece of the skin health puzzle. How you feel about your skin condition can have a huge impact on your skin health journey! My guest today is my colleague, Michelle Nilan, CNS. Michelle is a clinical nutritionist, yoga teacher, and ACSM-certified personal trainer. She is the associate clinical nutritionis…
 
In This Episode I Was Gifted The Opportunity To Fessup The Crypto Duchess & Learn More About Cryptocurrencies, Abundance & A Wealthy Mindset #crypto #bitcoin #cryptocurrency #blockchain #btc #ethereum #forex #money #trading #bitcoinmining #cryptocurrencies #cryptotrading #bitcoinnews #investment #bitcoins #investing #entrepreneur #business #invest …
 
Sandhya is one of the women whose story appears in my book, Women Who Walk. She talks of a happy childhood growing up in the immigrant Indian community of Mozambique, where she was born. When Mozambique gained independence from Portugal in the mid-70s, escalating civil unrest caused her parents to abandon the comfortable life they’d built, and retu…
 
In this episode, we discussed about Paleo Diet and what Ayurveda says about it. Learn more about another aspect of healthier diet inspired from ancient world. To know more about Ayurveda and its immense wisdom, follow us on Instagram: https://gibie.co.uk/udFjw Ask any question from our Ayurveda Practitioner: https://gibie.co.uk/udFjx Follow our Ayu…
 
We're constantly being told to consume less sodium…but what we're not told is that the quality of the sodium we're consuming makes a huge difference. It can even play a role in how well we absorb water! My guest today is Kaely McDevitt, a Registered Dietitian specializing in women's health. She owns a virtual private practice where she and her team…
 
In this episode, we discussed Ayurveda's perspective on Keto Diet. Learn more about a balanced diet approach to suit our body needs. To know more about Ayurveda and its immense wisdom, follow us on Instagram: https://gibie.co.uk/udFjw Ask any question from our Ayurveda Practitioner: https://gibie.co.uk/udFjx Follow our Ayurveda Blog: https://gibie.…
 
Many people don't think twice about applying steroid creams near their eyes to get rid of rashes. But did you know that steroid creams can actually affect your eyes and your vision? My guest today is Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler. He is known as America's TV Eye Doctor, as he's been featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, CNN, Dr. Phil's The Do…
 
In this episode, we talk about germ theory and why Ayurveda has a different stance when it comes to germs. Learn how you can improve your quality of life by focussing on your body and not on germs. To know more about Ayurveda and its immense wisdom, follow us on Instagram: https://gibie.co.uk/udFjw Ask any question from our Ayurveda Practitioner: h…
 
It’s not uncommon for people to ask me “Where is the best place to start working on my skin rashes?” While I have resources in place to help you with that like my Skin Rash Root Cause Finder, I want to give you a bit more of a road map to deal with things. It’s important to realize that this is a general conversation since everyone’s journey is so …
 
In this podcast, we find ways to learn Ayurveda as practice for those who are just starting to learn about Ayurveda. What they should read and what not to read. Kanika talks about famous Ayurveda practitioners Dr Suhas Kshirsagar and Dr Vasant Lad who can be a good starting point to learn about Ayurveda. To know more about Ayurveda and its immense …
 
Dr. Kanika Verma has been following Ayurvedic lifestyle for major part of her life. It all started when she became so ill that she thought her life is over and she will die soon. She explains how adopting Ayurvedic practices brought about phenomenal changes to her life and so much so that she went on to do Doctors degree in Ayurveda and give consul…
 
Mold and mycotoxins can have a huge impact on your health if left unchecked. You may know of the common sources of mold (like damp basements), but mold can also be found in really unexpected places. My guest today is Brian Karr, a second generation indoor environmental consultant who specializes in working with hypersensitive individuals with compl…
 
It's the middle of August and the height of summer in Europe, and in Portugal, where I live, that means everyone heads to the beach and life slows down. So today I thought I'd record a solo show and reflect back on the past three months and the evolution of the podcast to date, and that would be the first 10 episodes.…
 
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