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Robert Chu PhD. L.Ac, QME has specialized in Tung and Classical Acupuncture methods for over 20 years. He is the founder of the International Tung's Acupuncture Research Association. ITARA He lectures Internationally and is an adjunct professor in the DAOM program at Emperor's College and supervises externships an an integrative cancer center in Ca…
 
Brodie Welch is a Licensed Acupuncturist, board-certified herbalist, and self-care strategist. Brodie helps self-aware, high-achieving women break the cycle of stress, overwhelm, and self-sabotage so they can enjoy the lives they’re working so hard to create, and truly embody self-respect. Working at the confluence of wellness and personal developm…
 
Anxiety and Depression are linked with inflammation. Key regulator of the cellular antioxidant response NRF2 may play a role. Discover how an ancient herbal formula may help us better understand the relationship between depression and inflammation as well as the role of metabolites as possible biological markers for more objective diagnosis of majo…
 
Wade has lived in ashrams, competed at the Mr. Universe as a drug free vegetarian, written several books, and co-founded a nutrition company. He's also served as an advisor to the American Anti-Cancer Institute. Why is this good for you? Because you get to discover how enzymes can help you look better, think clearer, and fix your tummy.…
 
Dr. Jin Zhao is a 5th generation doctor with his Ph.D in the history and development of schools of thought in Chinese Medicine. He is a professor and a very busy clinician who sees over 200 patients a day. He holds that mastery is not about esoteric knowledge or secret techniques, but better organizing what you already know in a more efficient way.…
 
After a round of antibiotics Cathy felt exhausted and was losing her memory. Her job was suffering as a result. By using herbs to "warm" her gut she recovered. What is behind the thermal nature of herbs? Recent studies have shown that it may have to do with gene expression with regard to metabolism, the immune system, endocrine system, cell prolife…
 
Stillness gives birth to movement. We explore a top down and bottom up approach to aligning the major joints of the body (seven stars) for greater tensegrity and then springing into life with white gibbon footwork. I then talk about the fabled "Lightness skill" of martial arts fantasy and explore the truth behind the myth as taught by Daoists near …
 
Epidemics are not new to Chinese society. Dr. Liu Qingquan (刘清泉), director of Beijing TCM hospital and Dr. Tong Xiaolin (仝小林), vice director of Guang An Men hospital, were among the first doctors entering SARS infected area and both treated hundreds of SARS patients in 2003. Dr. Tong Xiaolin helped formulate the TCM treatment protocols which were u…
 
Where does Biohacking come from? Silicon valley entrepreneurs didn't invent it in the last decade. Its actually thousands of years old and many of the coolest "new" ideas are in fact very old and based on East Asian methods of nourishing life (Yang sheng). We go strait to the source by looking at the life of Pengzu, the Grandfather of biohacking to…
 
Eucommia ulmoides known in Chinese as Du Zhong 杜仲. It is a powerful herb said to help with back pain and is even used to guide the effects of other herbs directly to the lower back. To find out more we traveled to Sichuan province to see it growing wild. Join us as we explore the traditional folktales and pharmacology of this powerful plant.…
 
With a successful career and a happy family she felt unstoppable. Then mold exposure struck. At first it was allergies and respiratory problems. Irritable bowel disorder followed. Then came the career killings brain-fog. First she lost her job. Then her marriage. Finally she started having worsening seizures which threatened to kill her. Discover h…
 
Wow, this one really blew me away. Dr. Subotich reversed a case of Rheumatoid Arthritis. This sent me down a rabbit hole of microbiology and pharmacology. I promise I was just excited and haven't suddenly developed a fondness for cocaine. You may want to play this one on slow. We cover liposacharides, IL-17, gut microbiota, and how molecular mimicr…
 
A social worker becomes sick, irritable, and run down after moving into a new home. As she watches her and her children become sick she knows she needs to act, but doesn't know where to begin. Her road to recovery leads her back to her traditional culture and gives her new insight into how hidden environmental toxicity can contribute to domestic di…
 
Yair David Danon and Andrew Miles DOM discuss Dr. Jin Zhao, a handsome herbalist from Chengdu who dishes up clinical miracles with simple herbal formulas. How does he see up to 200 people a day with accuracy and simplicity? Its not special herbs. Its not a super secret method. Its a slight shift in perspective that has helped herbalists from all ov…
 
Matt Gallant is a master of enzymes. His mix gave me metabolism that I really didn't deserve. He is the CEO of BiOptimizers, an enzyme company focussing on gut health. He has a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. He’s been a strength and conditioning coach for multiple pro-athletes, a self-defense instructor, and has over 10 years experience formulat…
 
Cellular waste in the brain can decay nerves contributing to brainfog, chronic pain, and even mental illness. Tom Whalen MD, Jeremy Cornish L.Ac and Andrew Miles DOM explore ancient texts, botanical tradition, and cutting edge research to shed light on how to activate the most powerful component for optimizing brain function: The glymphatic system…
 
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