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Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.

Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.

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United States

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Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.

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@YourRadioMD

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English


Episodes

10 Ways to Boost Mindfulness in Times of Stress

7/7/2020
Mindfulness is a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and the surrounding environment. Practicing mindfulness can be especially helpful in times of stress. In our current health crisis, millions of people continue to be affected by COVID-19 in one way or another: Health concerns or worries, employment woes, social distancing rules making it challenging to connect with family and friends have all been familiar themes. Mindfulness is a moment-by-moment...

Duration:00:26:46

How To Live Better And More Stress-Free Lives

6/30/2020
We talk a lot about stress on this show. But now more than ever, stress management is key to getting through each day.We talk a lot about stress on this show. But now more than ever, stress management is key to getting through each day. Joining Dr. Holly is Dr. Chris Mosunic to talk about holistic ways to de-stress, his company VIDA health, and diabetes management.

Duration:00:22:18

Encore Episode: The Science of a Good Night's Sleep

6/23/2020
The temperature of your bed can be the difference between a restful night and a fitful one.From an evolutionary perspective, we’re working against ourselves when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. We’ve been disrupting our circadian rhythm by striving towards achieving homeostasis with air conditioning, heating, and artificial lighting. The natural sleep triggers such as the gradual darkening and cooling of our environment are gone, and we’re not sleeping as well as we should. To...

Duration:00:19:08

The Serpent & The Butterfly: The Seven Laws of Healing

6/16/2020
Our bodies have an innate ability to heal - that is the core of Dr. Holly's mission as a naturopathic doctor and a person. Our bodies have an innate ability to heal - that is the core of Dr. Holly's mission as a naturopathic doctor and a person. Dr. Ben Reebs is also a naturopathic doctor and joins Dr. Holly to talk about his journey to this career, and his new book The Serpent & The Butterfly: The Seven Laws of Healing.

Duration:00:31:10

Out of Love: Finding Your Way Back to Self-Compassion

6/9/2020
Marianne Ingheim knows what it means to face adversity and tragedy. Raised in a rigid religious household, depression, and anxiety were constants in her life. Diagnosed with breast cancer, she underwent a double mastectomy at 41. After that, her husband, whom she had decided to divorce, committed suicide. These challenges prompted her to probe her own psychological patterns and coping mechanisms. In her Out of Love: Finding Your Way Back to Self-Compassion, she shows readers how to be as...

Duration:00:22:38

Cooling Apparel Provides Viable Solution for Menopausal Women

6/2/2020
In 2018, Laura Musall woke up with terrible night sweats and texted her girlfriends to complain. That group message sparked what would later become CoolRevolution PJs - cooling pajamas for modern menopausal women.In 2018, Laura Musall woke up with terrible night sweats and texted her girlfriends to complain. That group message sparked what would later become CoolRevolution PJs - cooling pajamas for modern menopausal women. Co-Creator of that brand Laura Musall, joins Dr. Holly to share her...

Duration:00:12:47

Mental Health Care for Parents Under Pandemic Lockdown

5/26/2020
While seeing Jimmy Fallon's kids be an active part of the virtual representation of his show, many parents are struggling to manage work and life.Parents who are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic may be encountering new challenges. While seeing Jimmy Fallon's kids be an active part of the virtual representation of his show, many parents are struggling to manage work and life. They're suddenly faced with being both caregivers and teachers in many instances. And, the mounting...

Duration:00:23:46

Managing an Eating Disorder During the COVID-19 Pandemic

5/19/2020
Anxiety is an underlying piece of an eating disorder, so the COVID-19 pandemic is especially problematic.We need food to survive. But, for those who have an unhealthy relationship with food, eating becomes complicated. Anxiety is an underlying piece of an eating disorder, so the COVID-19 pandemic is especially problematic for individuals who are either struggling with an active eating disorder or are in recovery. Dr. Allison Chase has been working in the field of eating disorder treatment...

Duration:00:20:31

Excessive Digital Device Usage During the COVID-19 Pandemic (and Beyond)

5/12/2020
No matter if we're in the middle of a pandemic or not, the hold digital devices have on our lives is producing a negative effect.Digital devices may seem like a good escape during different times of our lives, but especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter if we're in the middle of a pandemic or not, the hold these devices have on our lives is having a negative effect. Dr. Lori Whatley is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in the effects of digital device usage on both...

Duration:00:23:17

Shine Brighter Every Day: Each Day Is a New Chance to Restart

5/5/2020
While many nutritionists bombard readers with lists about what to eat and what not to eat, Danah Mor guides you back to basics.Certified Health Practitioner Danah Mor has dedicated her life to helping others realize their health goals with her positive, simple approach that banishes guilt and re-frames relationships with food in a sustainable and realistic way. In her book, Shine Brighter Every Day, Danah Mor introduces readers to a new perspective on food and lifestyle that helps them...

Duration:00:19:48

Overcoming Irrational Fears Surrounding Coronavirus

4/28/2020
Dr. Roger Hall, author of Staying Happy Being Productive, shares tips for easing some of the irrational fears and worries impacting us during the pandemic.Our brains are designed to keep us alive. Fear is that mechanism. The problem is worry, which is anticipatory fear. That is occurring in rampant form during the COVID-19 pandemic. People are trying to offset some of the uncertainty by attempting to gain control -- manifested in actions like buying excessive amounts of toilet paper. Dr....

Duration:00:26:27

Half the Sugar, All the Love: Tips for Reducing Sugar in Every Meal

4/21/2020
Many of the "comfort foods" we crave to make us feel better during the pandemic are actually damaging your immunity.During the COVID-19 crisis, a hot topic is boosting your immunity. Unfortunately, many of the "comfort foods" that we crave to make us feel better are doing the opposite. And, many of those foods have one main ingredient: sugar. Jennifer Tyler Lee, author of Half the Sugar All the Love, says that quitting sugar doesn’t mean giving up the foods you love. The trick is to...

Duration:00:18:00

Toxic Beauty: New Documentary Exposes Personal Care Products Industry

4/14/2020
One recent study showed a link between hair dyes and breast cancer. Even with all this recent data, cosmetic regulations haven't been updated since the 1930s.Toxic chemicals in beauty products continue to prove harmful to our health. In fact, a recent study showed a link between hair dyes and breast cancer. Even with all this recent data, cosmetic regulations haven't been updated since the 1930s. Phyllis Ellis, the director and leading expert of the award-winning documentary, Toxic Beauty,...

Duration:00:24:51

Rising Tide of Burnout in Health Care: Affecting Providers & Patients Alike

4/7/2020
Burnout not only affects healthcare providers themselves -- it also has a significant impact on their family members and even their patients.Burnout is on the rise. This problem not only affects healthcare providers themselves -- it also has a significant impact on their family members and even their patients. Greg Hammer, MD, is a pediatric intensive care physician, pediatric anesthesiologist, and professor at Stanford University Medical Center. In his new book, GAIN without Pain: The...

Duration:00:22:50

Eat, Move, Chill: Best and Worst Belly Habits

3/31/2020
Are you damaging your gut health (and thus your overall health) with these bad belly habits?Your gut health has so much to do with your whole-body health. In the gut, there are hundreds of species of bacteria. Some are friendly, while others are not. If the gut flora contains too many harmful bacteria and not enough friendly bacteria, an imbalance can occur known as dysbiosis, which has been linked to insulin resistance, weight gain, inflammation, obesity, allergies, brain fog, inflammatory...

Duration:00:25:57

Encore Episode: What Diet Trends Are Dangerous For Your Heart?

3/24/2020
Find out which popular diets can actually harm your heart.The current population in the United States is the first society in history that is simultaneously overweight and malnourished. Back in the 70s, obesity skyrocketed because organizations like the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology promoted low-fat diets and low-fat foods that replaced fats with sugar and processed carbohydrates. We often hear that low-fat diets, low cholesterol diets, and veganism can...

Duration:00:19:59

Encore Episode: Digital Detox Plan

3/17/2020
Learn how to start a digital detox in your home and why it's so important.From autoplay on Netflix and YouTube to the endless scroll on social media sites, technology is intentionally designed to be addictive. And, despite the ease and convenience it may bring to your life, technology can have detrimental effects. In any given day, the average person spends 11 hours on screens, 3 1/4 hours on smartphones, and only 34 minutes with their families. Human beings need human connection. In order...

Duration:00:27:55

Encore Episode: Breaking Up with Sugar

3/10/2020
Learn how to address your unhealthy relationship with food and break up with sugar for good.If you suffer from a sugar addition, former sugar addict Molly Carmel might have the solution you need: a sugar breakup. Much like any relationship, you can’t cut and run when things aren’t going your way. You need to stop and assess your relationship before you can have a clean breakup. Most addictions are two-pronged—they affect the nervous system and are substance addictions. Sugar addiction is...

Duration:00:28:25

Living the Keto Lifestyle

3/3/2020
When Dr. Harlan Kilstein was diagnosed with metabolic syndrome and told he would virtually never be able to lose weight, he discovered the Keto lifestyle and it changed everything for him.Food can be causative of certain health conditions, particularly if you have food allergies or sensitivities. But, food can also be curative. After years of being able to consume gluten, Dr. Harlan Kilstein suddenly developed a complete intolerance. He was also diagnosed with metabolic syndrome and told he...

Duration:00:22:01

2020's Biggest Public Health Crisis: Noise Pollution

2/25/2020
Unlike air pollution, noise pollution can't be seen—but it might be just as damaging.Because they can be clearly seen, air and water pollution get a lot of attention. But, noise pollution can be just as harmful to our bodies and our environment. Depending on the volume, tone, and frequency, certain sounds can cause heart problems, increase cortisol levels, affect hormone secretion, and push people to a mental breaking point that causes an emotional reaction. Noise pollution is a little...

Duration:00:19:05