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Each week host of Wellness for Life, Dr. Susanne Bennett, shares with her listeners Nature's Secrets to a healthier body.

Each week host of Wellness for Life, Dr. Susanne Bennett, shares with her listeners Nature's Secrets to a healthier body.
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Each week host of Wellness for Life, Dr. Susanne Bennett, shares with her listeners Nature's Secrets to a healthier body.

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Gut Feelings: Understanding How Food Affects Your Mood

9/20/2019
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The food you eat contributes to your mood.There’s an intimate relationship between your health and the microbes that live in your body. Healthy gut microbes influence brain function. Knowing that the gut influences mood may lead you to make some dietary changes. Support your gut bacteria with the foods you eat, which in turn aids your neurotransmitters. Consume: Jicama Jerusalem artichoke Fermented foods Avoid: Refined carbohydrates Packaged, processed foods Listen as Dr. Raphael...

Duration:00:24:36

Chinese Medicine & Fertility

9/13/2019
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Improve your fertility and pregnancy with Chinese medicine.The stress of trying to get pregnant can decrease connection and intimacy when they are most needed. Love can get lost during fertility struggles. Chinese medicine can boost the loving connection between partners and with oneself. Listen as Denise Wiesner joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss how to use Chinese medicine to improve fertility and prepare for a successful pregnancy.

Duration:00:23:16

Powered by Plants

9/6/2019
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A plant-centric diet could benefit your overall health.Some people adopt a plant-based or animal-free diet for health reasons. So long as dietary needs like B vitamins, essential fatty acids, and amino acids are met, a plant-centric diet can benefit the body and the environment. Nutrient-dense food is better for you than processed foods. In fact, you may be consuming two-to-three times the protein your body needs, so a plant-based diet could benefit you. Listen as Dr. Nadja Pinnavaia joins...

Duration:00:28:17

Antibiotics & Stomach Upset

8/30/2019
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Support helpful bacteria when you're prescribed antibiotics.Hundreds of antibiotics have become available since the discovery of penicillin. However, their overuse has contributed to drug-resistant bacteria that no longer respond to treatment. While antibiotics are a worthwhile and necessary course of treatment in many cases, they can produce unwanted side effects. Antibiotics not only kill bad bacteria, but they also kill off good gut bacteria. The gut microbiome affects overall health...

Duration:00:23:26

The Role of Epigenetics in Chronic Illness

8/23/2019
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Control the factors you can to reduce the impact of chronic illness.Reducing or eliminating your need for medications could benefit your overall health and wellness. Dietary and lifestyle changes can help harness the body’s natural healing to recover from chronic diseases. Gut bacteria plays an important role in health. You have to eat to support healthy gut bacteria and reduce inflammation. Aiding your gut microbiome can improve some of the symptoms that negatively impact your...

Duration:00:26:45

Encore Episode: Brain Hack with Brain Tap

8/16/2019
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Learn more about brain waves and how to stimulate them.Our brain waves change according to what we’re doing and feeling, working hard to keep us healthy and agile. Our mental and physical health are strongly connected to our brain waves. Common Types of Brain Waves Alpha Beta Delta Gamma Theta The Brain Tap app uses binaural beats to stimulate brain waves to help revitalize you. Listen as Dr. Patrick Porter joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss brain wave nurturing.

Duration:00:27:02

Drug-Free Treatment of Migraines

8/9/2019
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Learn how to reduce your likelihood of migraine flare-ups.Migraine headaches affect about twelve percent of American adults. They’re often misdiagnosed, and that migraine medication may be treating something that isn’t even a migraine. Migraines are genetically mediated. If you’re genetically predisposed to migraines, parts of your brain fatigue or fail. If there are too many stressors on that area of the brain, your likelihood of migraine increases. Four Modifiable Factors of...

Duration:00:24:49

PCOS: Getting Your Hormones Balanced

8/2/2019
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Hormone imbalance contributes to a PCOS diagnosis.Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects one in ten women of child-bearing age. Metabolic issues prompt this condition, and balancing the hormones can provide relief. Androgen excess can lead to a PCOS diagnosis. The cysts on the ovaries are not necessarily the cause of dark, course hair growth and menstrual discomfort. Lack of ovulation, irregular menstrual cycles, weight gain, irritability, and dark, course hair growth can indicate...

Duration:00:25:11

The Beautiful No

7/26/2019
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Today's "no" could open the door to a better future.You may have the career of your dreams, but perhaps you don’t have the life you envisioned. The good news is that you still have possibilities on the horizon. The middle of life can be more than running out the clock. Take everything you know and have learned to re-imagine the rest of your life. Your dreams can change over time. Guide yourself to more promising outcomes. A "no" today could be the key to an amazing future. Listen as Sheri...

Duration:00:25:07

Beware Mold Toxicity

7/19/2019
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Your symptoms could indicate mold toxicity.Do you suffer allergies and brain fog but your labs come back normal? You might be suffering from mold toxicity. The symptoms of mold toxicity can present as other conditions. Gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, brain fog, memory problems, sinus issues, breathing trouble, and skin rashes are common signs of mold toxicity. If more than one family member has these symptoms, there may be something in your environment causing these issues. Listen...

Duration:00:24:40

Encore Episode: The Power of Sulfur

7/12/2019
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Are you getting enough sulfur in your diet?Sulfur, the “forgotten mineral,” is rarely discussed by healthcare professionals. This mineral is important for muscle and joint integrity, cellular detoxification and more. You may have a sulfur deficiency. Artificial fertilizers don’t contain sulfur, which means our food supply lacks sulfur. Seafood, grass-fed beef and organic eggs are good sources of sulfur. High-sulfur vegetables include garlic, onions and cruciferous vegetables. Listen as...

Duration:00:25:20

Intricacies of Nutrition & Metabolism

7/5/2019
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Speak to your provider for recommendations on nutrition to support your health.Every day you can find a new study that says a trusted food could lead to health issues. It’s hard to find the facts. Speak to your provider about the best nutrition to support your wellness and reduce your wellness. Listen as Dr. Richard Feinman joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss some of the intricacies of nutrition and metabolism.

Duration:00:26:14

Brain Hack with Brain Tap

6/28/2019
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Learn more about brain waves and how to stimulate them.Our brain waves change according to what we’re doing and feeling, working hard to keep us healthy and agile. Our mental and physical health are strongly connected to our brain waves. Common Types of Brain Waves Alpha Beta Delta Gamma Theta The Brain Tap app uses binaural beats to stimulate brain waves to help revitalize you. Listen as Dr. Patrick Porter joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss brain wave nurturing.

Duration:00:27:02

The Perfect Protein

6/21/2019
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Not all proteins are used the same way in your body.Amino acids combine to form proteins. Together, they are the basic building blocks in our body. Amino acid deficiency can lead to illness. We need to make sure we get enough protein in our diets. Not all proteins are created equally. We eat proteins so our bodies can make that protein into something useful. Quality of protein in fruits, vegetables and nuts is poor, as the body doesn’t synthesize them as well. Eggs, meat and fish can be...

Duration:00:28:23

Men: Boost Sex Drive Naturally

6/14/2019
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Boost your sex drive with a few simple and natural tips.Andropause occurs when testosterone levels drop in an aging male, usually after 50 years of age. Men may experience physical, sexual and psychological problems. Menopause is more obvious for women because symptoms present quickly. End of menstruation is a very noticeable signal. However, there is no obvious event that signifies andropause for men. Quality of life slowly dwindles, and it’s not always associated with dropping...

Duration:00:26:40

Neurofitness: Reducing Risk of Alzheimer's Disease

6/7/2019
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Engage your brain to reduce risk of Alzheimer's and dementia.Alzheimer’s disease affects one in ten people over age 60. One in three seniors die with Alzheimer’s. Taking proactive steps to prevent Alzheimer’s can improve your future. Keep yourself sharp and reduce risk of dementia. Get up and move around to keep the blood flowing through your brain and boost production of pro-brain chemicals. Consume plenty of omega-3s. Interact with the world in ways that allow you to problem...

Duration:00:25:34

Bio-Acoustics: Breaking the Sound Barriers of Disease

5/31/2019
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Your voice may be the key to your health diagnosis and treatment.Your voice can provide insight to your health and personality. In fact, frequencies that mirror your own voice may help heal your body. Vocal profiling software can evaluate your voice and use biophysics to guide healing. Measurements from your voice match up with mathematical values associated with physiological conditions. Listen as Sharry Edwards joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss bio-acoustics.

Duration:00:26:35

Rediscovery After Stroke

5/24/2019
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Life may change after stroke. How can you create a new future?Recovery after stroke is challenging. Ability may change, leading to some identity transitions. Working through the barriers can help people find purpose and success post-stroke. Danny Zuckerman’s mother, Debra Meyerson, endured a stroke that impacted her life. While she lost her tenure at Stanford University after the stroke, she focused her energy on helping others who are affected by stroke. It’s important to live in the...

Duration:00:23:17

Vital Pulp Cryotherapy: Root Canal Alternative

5/17/2019
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Can you save your tooth's nerves and blood instead of having a root canal?Approximately 91 percent of American adults ages 20 to 64 suffer from cavities. Dental decay is one of the most infectious, non-communicative diseases worldwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control. When decay gets out of hand, it can affect the nerve and a root canal is typically recommended. The root canal procedure involves the removal of the tooth’s blood and nerve supply due to infection from cavities....

Duration:00:25:16

Is Your Diet Fueling Inflammation?

5/10/2019
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Mind what you eat to reduce inflammation.Do you suffer from aches, pains, skin conditions, headaches or digestive issues? Inflammation is a huge factor in these conditions. The foods you eat can reduce or increase inflammation. Whole foods are generally not inflammatory. Free range and organic foods are ideal. Try not to char your foods. Don’t eat the same thing every day. Your gut microbiome needs variety. Listen as Dr. Mark Engelman joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss how food can fuel...

Duration:00:21:23