Thrive with Hashimoto’s
Follow your host, Dr. Emily Kiberd, Chiropractor and movement expert as she interviews thyroid health and functional medicine industry leaders on their simple and effective strategies to live a healthy, empowered life with Hashimoto’s.
Gain perspective from Dr. Emily Kiberd and fitness pro’s on how to to train safer, smarter and get stronger without the burn out. Level up your workouts to beat fatigue and finally lose the stubborn weight.
Understanding your body is key to rehabilitating after a Hashimoto’s related injury. Our guests discuss techniques from all over the world to heal faster and get back to what you love living with Hashimoto’s!
We ask the top functional medicine specialists about the root causes and triggers for Hashimoto’s and how to best get long-term results.
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106 / Feeling Your Best Working Out with the Minimum Effective Dose with Adina Rubin
Nutritional therapy consultant and a medical exercise specialist Adina Rubin explains the importance of adapting each workout to the individual. Working out and dieting incorrectly can lead to many problems. Adina describes how she helps her clients find the routines that are just right for them.
105 / What You Need to Do to Treat the Root Causes of Hashimoto’s with Reed Davis
Many of the clients that I see have been to several other practitioners already. That might be because their previous practitioners just looked at them as data and test results. Today, I’m speaking with someone who redefined how we approach our patients to actually make sense of the data they provide.
104 / Life Transitions thru COVID and finding the Silver Lining
Every single one of us has been affected by this pandemic. Likely, plans you’ve made will not come to fruition because of it. That’s certainly true for me. However, there is still hope for us if we can recognize it.
103 / How to Find and Remove Toxic Mold From Your Home the Right Way with Brian Karr
Even after mold remediation, people still get sick. That’s because mold is extremely hard to vanquish for good. And mold affects so many of us. As many as 40 percent of the population is mold sensitive. That’s why it’s crucial that you not only identify its presence but get rid of it too.
102 / Why You Need To Start Building Your Muscle With Protein Now with Stuart Phillips
It’s no secret that muscle mass decreases with age. Maintaining it is one of the central elements of longevity. Even though muscle loss mostly affects the elderly, preventive action needs to take place as early as age thirty.
101 / How to Regain Health and Confidence Through Strength Training with Aleena Kanner
Many of us work, play, and train at full throttle. But when we overdo it, we create problems whose solutions go beyond massage, adjustments, and ultrasounds. Today’s guest helps her clients rehabilitate through a conscious and comprehensive strength training approach.
100 / Get Amazing Results at Home with Interval Training with Martin Gibala, Ph.D
People often think of exercise as a time-consuming task that takes over your whole day. New research is showing that this doesn’t have to be the case. As many of us spend more time at home, exercising in short spurts can be what we need to do to keep our muscles from wasting away.
99 / How To Know If You’ve Been Exposed to Dangerous Mold with Dr. Jill Crista ND
Mold is inescapable. For some people, its effects are drastic. Brain-fog, sinus irritation, muscle loss, and even some cancers can result from mold exposure. Fortunately, you are not powerless to do something about it. My guest today explains how you can recognize if you’ve been exposed and what you can do to stay healthy.
98 / How to Train Intelligently for Superior Performance with Rocky Snyder
Most training programs focus on simply building strength. That’s an important part, but it ignores crucial parts of the human condition. We don’t naturally move the way we often train. But what if we trained based on how we move? That would lead to more balanced strength and reduce the likelihood of common injuries.
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