How long should you fast? Why kind of fast should I do? Why should I fast? Dr. Taylor covers everything you need to know about using fasting strategically as well as covering the cultural and religious history of fasting.
What is the perfect diet? This is the billion dollar question today that everyone is googling, and everyone has their own (often strong) opinion. Is it ketogenic? Is it vegetarian? Is it paleo? Is it low carb? Is it six small meals/day? Should I fast?
Autoimmune disease is when your immune system begins to attack a particular tissue in your body and create inflammation and eventual tissue damage and destruction. Autoimmune disease diagnoses have increased dramatically over the past several decades, and no autoimmune disease is more prevalent than Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. Over 35 million Americans suffer from Hashimoto’s, it is 5-8x more prevalent in women than men, and it is commonly worse around puberty, pregnancy, and perimenopause.
You are nothing more than a big bag of cells. These approximately 50 trillion cells are what determines every single thing about you - your skin, hair, and eye color from your DNA, but more importantly your every day hormone interactions, inflammation level, toxic burden, and your current and future level of HEALTH and LONGEVITY.
This podcast tells my personal story about our hospital birth of our twins contrasted to our home birth that we recently had. It begins with discussing hospital birth facts and statistics and then tells our story, then I go in to home birth stats and facts followed by our personal story. I’m not going to re-tell the stories here in the show notes, these are just some of the statistics that I cite in the episode. Please listen to the podcast if you haven’t yet to hear the stories about our...
Fatigue is one of the most common complaints heard in a doctor’s office today, with 5-7% of patients listing fatigue as their chief complaint, and nearly everybody else mentioning it as a big factor in the way they feel. Many people don’t realize that fatigue is a clinical problem, so they under-report it to their medical doctor.
Sleep is probably the most obviously important part of health. We all know what it feels like to lack sleep - groggy, sluggish, brain-dead….and we hopefully all know what it feels like to be well-rested and wake up with energy and clarity. We spend ⅓ of our life sleeping, which allows the body to heal and regenerate. Today, our society is chronically sleep-deprived, as evidenced by the coffee shops on every corner. Good sleep is foundational for good health - it is a must!