Nourish Balance Thrive

Nourish Balance Thrive

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The Nourish Balance Thrive podcast is designed to help you perform better. Christopher Kelly, your host, is co-founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, an online clinic using advanced biochemical testing to optimize performance in athletes. On the podcast, Chris interviews leading minds in medicine, nutrition and health, as well as world-class athletes and members of the NBT team, to give you up-to-date information on the lifestyle changes and personalized techniques being used to make people go faster – from weekend warriors to Olympians and world champions.
The High-Performance Athlete with Drs Tommy Wood and Andy Galpin
Oct 13
Andy is a tenured Professor in the Center for Sport Performance at California State University Fullerton, and Director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Physiology Laboratory. Having previously been a competitive football player, weightlifter,…
How to Fuel for Your Sport (with Obstacle Course Racing as an Example)
Oct 6
In this special episode, NBT client Ryan Baxter takes over the mic to ask Dr Tommy Wood, MD, PhD, some excellent questions around fuelling for Obstacle Course Racing (OCR). Whilst Tommy’s answers are somewhat specific to OCR, all athlete may find some…
Recap: Icelandic Health Symposium 2017
Sep 30
This interview with Dr Tommy Wood, MD, PhD was recorded in person, September 2017 the day after the Icelandic Health Symposium conference on longevity. The conference speakers were Rangan Chatterjee, Lilja Kjalarsdóttir, Satchidananda Panda, Ben…
How to Create Behaviour Change
Sep 22
Simon Marshall, PhD, trains the brains of endurance athletes and fitness enthusiasts to become happier and more mentally tough. He is former Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of California, San Diego and Professor of Exercise…
How to Reverse Insulin Resistant Type Two Diabetes in 100 Million People in Less Than 10 Years
Sep 16
For decades we’ve heard that diabetes prevention is simple—lose weight, eat less, and exercise more. But something is wrong with the conventional wisdom. Nearly 115 million people live with either diabetes or prediabetes in the United States, and that…
National Cyclocross Champion Katie Compton on Ketosis and MTHFR
Sep 7
When a 13-time National Champion reaches out to say that she’s been enjoying your podcast, there’s only one thing you can do: invite her onto the show. I love to spend time talking to elite athletes to find out what makes them tick, and one trait I’ve…
The Most Reliable Way to Lose Weight with Dr Tommy Wood
Aug 31
Solving a problem requires understanding what caused it, and rarely is it good enough to move straight to remediation. The same applies to weight (fat) loss, and in this podcast, Dr Tommy Wood, MD, PhD and me discuss the underlying causes of over fatness…
How to Avoid the Cognitive Middle Gear
Aug 24
James Hewitt is Head of Science & Innovation at Hintsa Performance. His work includes consulting with Formula 1 drivers and teams, work in elite sport and with global corporations, a wide-range of written articles, presentations, keynotes and workshops in…
How to Move Well and Feel Good with Aaron Alexander
Aug 17
Aaron Alexander has been professionally working with clients of all ages seeking a variety of goals from pain relief to improved athletic performance for over 10 years. He is currently seeing clients at his office, Align Therapy, inside of Crossfit LA,…
Why Do and How to High Intensity Interval Training
Aug 10
Paul Laursen, PhD, is an adjunct professor, performance physiologist and coach. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers in exercise and sports science journals, and this work has been cited more than 3000 times. Paul is coach and support to…
Radical Candor™ with Dr Tommy Wood
Aug 4
Radical Candor™ is the ability to Challenge Directly and show you Care Personally at the same time. Radical Candor will help you and all the people you work with do the best work of your lives and build the best relationships of your career. Two nearly…
Mind Pump Simulcast
Jul 30
Last weekend Tommy flew from Seattle to San Jose to record with me in person for the Mind Pump podcast, and since it went so well, I thought I’d air the discussion on my show too. If you’re new to Mind Pump, I’d highly recommend you give it a listen. Sal,…
How to Knock 3.5 Hours off Your IRONMAN Time
Jul 21
Kristian Manietta is a husband, dad, coach, coeliac, life athlete, entrepreneur and host of the Fat Black podcast. Over the past 11 years, Kristian has helped hundreds of triathletes achieve and even greatly surpass their goals using methods both…
Off Road Triathlon World Champion Lesley Paterson on FMT and Solving Mental Conundrums
Jul 13
Three times XTERRA World Champion Lesley Paterson is the “little Scottish lassie who packs a mean punch.” In this interview, Lesley talks briefly about her early triathlon days and later success in the offroad world. I wanted to get Lesley on for two…
Abel James on the Use and Abuse of Marketing in Health and Fitness
Jul 6
After completing high school and college in just six years, Abel James graduated as a Senior Fellow with Honors at Dartmouth College with a concentration in Psychological and Brain Sciences. Despite some early successes in his life, in his early 20’s,…
Creating Change in Public Health
Jun 29
Sam Feltham has been in the health and fitness industry for over a decade. He started out as a party coordinator at a sports centre and worked his way up to study at the European Institute of Fitness and qualified as a Master Personal Trainer. After 5…
Why Your Diet Isn’t Working: Under Eating and Overtraining
Jun 22
As Scientific Director at Nourish Balance Thrive, Megan is a research scientist who helps keep the program state of the art. She received her BS in Exercise Biology and MSc in Nutritional Biology at UC Davis where her research focused on the effects of…
The Migraine Miracle
Jun 15
Find your path to a migraine-free life in the “Ultimate Guide” by headache expert, best-selling author, and longtime migraine sufferer, Dr Joshua Turknett, MD. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Neuroscience from Wesleyan University and his Medical…
Learning to Learn with Jonathan Levi
Jun 8
Jonathan Levi is an experienced entrepreneur and angel investor from Silicon Valley. After successfully selling his Inc 5,000 rated startup in April of 2011, Jonathan enlisted the help of speed-reading expert and university professor Anna Goldentouch, who…
The Hungry Brain with Stephan Guyenet, PhD
Jun 1
No one wants to overeat. And certainly no one wants to overeat for years, become overweight, and end up with a high risk of diabetes or heart disease– yet two-thirds of Americans do precisely that. In his book The Hungry Brain, Stephan J. Guyenet, PhD…
Nick Runs America: 5,400 Km in 100 Days
May 18
Nick J. Ashill is a British Professor of Marketing at the American University of Sharjah. Nick is a former international hockey player now turned ultra endurance athlete, having competed in the Marathon des Sables, London to Brighton and the Comrades in…
Hormesis, Nootropics and Organic Acids Testing
May 11
In this dense and technical episode with Dr Tommy Wood, we introduce Hormetea! Why Hormetea? We love polyphenols - those magical compounds from plant foods that lend them their bright colours and multiple health benefits. The greens and yellows in tea,…
Arrhythmias in Endurance Athletes
May 4
Peter H Backx, PhD is a senior scientist at Toronto General Hospital Research Institute and also at York University. Dr Backx is a recognised expert in cardiac mechanics, heart failure and arrhythmias. His research focuses on the role of ion transport,…
How to Achieve High Intensity Health with Mike Mutzel
Apr 27
In this episode, Dr Tommy Wood turns the mic on one of our favourite podcast hosts, Mike Mutzel. Mike has a B.S. in Biology and M.S. in Clinical Nutrition and is a graduate of the Institute for Functional Medicine. He is an independent consultant for one…
How to Overcome Amenorrhoea
Apr 20
Tawnee Prazak, MS, CSCS, is a triathlete and triathlon coach living in Laguna Beach, California. She’s been involved in the endurance world for nearly a decade and is considered one of today’s leading experts in the field of endurance training, racing,…
How to Fix Autoimmunity in the over 50s
Apr 14
Deborah Gordon, MD is a doctor practicing in Ashland, Oregon. Her focus is real food and an active lifestyle which she integrates with gentle and targeted medicine. You should listen to this interview to learn about the common problems that Dr Gordon…
How to Make a Career in Paleo
Apr 6
Tony Federico is a shining example of how to make a career out of the paleo diet and lifestyle. After a personal training client suggested the diet, Tony never looked back, going on to write for Paleo Magazine and hosting the podcast of the same name. He…
How to Run Efficiently with Drs Cucuzzella & Wood
Mar 30
Dr Mark Cucuzzella, MD, is Professor of medicine at West Virginia University medical school, Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), family physician for over 20 years, Lt Col in the US Air Force Reserves, and an avid runner and…
An Update on The Athlete Microbiome Project
Mar 23
Lauren Petersen, PhD, is a postdoctoral associate investigating the microbiome and she’s back on the podcast to update us on her research. Be sure to listen to our first interview first! I sent Lauren some of the probiotics we use in our practice, and she…
Wired to Eat with Robb Wolf
Mar 16
In 2010, with his New York Times Bestselling book The Paleo Solution, Robb Wolf presented the answers that enabled me to recover my health. His podcast of the same name launched my business and connected me with the incredible partners who helped shape…
Is Your Skin Missing This Essential Peacekeeping Bacteria?
Mar 9
Jasmina Aganovic is a cosmetics and consumer goods entrepreneur who received her degree in chemical and biological engineering from MIT, and she’s back on the podcast to talk about the progress AOBiome have made with their clinical trials. In this…
The Importance of Strength Training for Endurance Athletes
Mar 2
Since starting NBT, I’ve noticed a growing gap between what I'm doing (lots of cycling) and what I need to be doing for longevity (strength training). This year then, I plan to focus more on strength. The trouble is, I've no clue what I'm doing! Luckily,…
Specialists, Synthesizers, and Popularizers with Drs. Wood and Gerstmar
Feb 23
This episode is syndicated from Dr Tim Gerstmar Aspire Natural Health podcast. We love Dr Gerstmar and would highly recommend you subscribe to his show. You should listen to this episode to get a fly-on-the-wall perspective of two brilliant doctors with…
Five Things Every Athlete Needs to Do to Succeed
Feb 17
Sign up for our highlights email and each week we’ll send you: An interesting scientific paper we've read with actionable advice. Nonsense we read/heard this week and why it's nonsense. Something awesome we read/listened to this week and why it's awesome.…
World Champion Rower and Ketone Monoester Researcher Brianna Stubbs
Feb 10
Brianna Stubbs, PhD is an extraordinary woman on multiple levels. She was the youngest person ever to row across the English Channel, has represented GB at every age level and won gold at the World U23 Championships in 2013, and again at the senior level…
The Critical Role of Oestradiol for Women’s Cognition
Feb 3
Dr Ann Hathaway, MD has been successfully treating women and men with bioidentical hormones and other natural remedies since 1995. She is a member of the prestigious Institute for Functional Medicine and is a director of the Orthomolecular Health Medicine…
How to Use Biomedical Testing for Obstacle Course Racing Performance
Jan 27
The ketogenic diet has many promising applications including better management of type 1 diabetes and as an adjunct cancer therapy. Thirty-five thousand people signed up for the Keto Summit where we talked about other applications including neurological…
Why We Get Fat and What You Should Really Do About It
Jan 20
My guests this week are two of the brightest minds in the health and fitness industry. The first is my own Chief Medical Officer, Tommy Wood, MD PhD. Tommy is currently working as a visiting scientist researching neonatal brain injury at the University of…
How to Think Yourself Younger, Healthier, and Faster
Jan 12
Several years ago, I learned about mindfulness the hard way. I was eating a cardiologist recommended diet that apparently wasn’t working for me and I failed to pay attention to any of the warning signs. The first person to draw attention to my…
How to Test and Predict Blood, Urine and Stool for Health, Longevity and Performance
Jan 6
Dr Tim Gerstmar practices Naturopathic Medicine at his Redmond, WA office, Aspire Natural Health. He specialises in working with people with digestive and autoimmune problems, and has worked with many of the most difficult to treat situations using a…
High Ketones and Carbs at the Same Time? Great Performance Tip or Horrible Idea…
Dec 30, 2016
Coach and exercise physiologist Dr Mike T. Nelson pulled me to one side recently after seeing the results of my little experiment with a ketone ester supplement. In this interview, you’ll learn about why Dr. Mike thinks we should exercise caution before…
Why You Should Skip Oxaloacetate Supplementation, Fueling for Your Activity and More!
Dec 22, 2016
Tommy and I recorded this interview in person at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging where we were attending Dr. Dale Bredesen’s training for reversing cognitive decline. If you’ve yet to discover Dr. Bredesen’s amazing work, I’d highly recommend his…
Getting Stronger
Dec 15, 2016
Hormetism is the application of progressive, intermittent stress to overcome challenges and grow stronger physically, mentally and emotionally. As athletes, we intuitively understand the hormetic effect of exercise but did you know that cold, altitude,…
How to Teach Machines That Can Learn
Dec 8, 2016
Machine learning is fast becoming a part of our lives. From the order in which your search results and news feeds are ordered to the image classifiers and speech recognition features on your smartphone. Machine learning may even have had a hand in…
How to Use Biomedical Testing for IRONMAN Performance
Dec 1, 2016
After a rocky start to the season, NBT client Bob McRae turned everything around using our performance orientated functional medicine program for athletes. "I had the best race of my life yesterday, beyond my imagination." said 47-year old McRae, after…
A New Hope for Brain Tumors
Nov 25, 2016
This year in the United States, over 22,000 people will be diagnosed with a primary brain or spinal tumor. Of these, more than 13,000, many of them younger than 21 years old, will die of their disease. New treatment modalities are critical in the battle…
Pro Tour Rider Nutrition and the Benefits of Fasted-State Training
Nov 18, 2016
Barry Murray is a sports nutritionist and member of the Irish Ultramarathon Team currently working with Pro Tour cyclists. Barry has won several ultra-distance (70-200 km) running races, The Mourne Mountain Way, The Abbots Way, The Giants Causeway, The…
How to Achieve Near-Normal Blood Sugar with Type 1 Diabetes
Nov 11, 2016
Dr. Keith Runyan, MD is a retired physician previously in private practice in St. Petersburg, Florida. Dr. Runyan specialised in internal medicine, nephrology, and obesity medicine. He practiced emergency medicine for ten years before starting his private…
How to Live Well with Chronic Illness
Nov 3, 2016
Chris here, writing the show notes for this episode presented by my wife and food scientist Julia Kelly where she interviews Mickey Trescott, and Angie Alt. I’ve talked a lot about ketogenic diets on the podcast, but the truth is ketosis is a hack to…
Methylation and Environmental Pollutants with Dr. Tim Gerstmar
Oct 27, 2016
Dr. Tim Gerstmar practices Naturopathic Medicine at his Redmond, WA office, Aspire Natural Health. He specialises in working with people with digestive and autoimmune problems, and has worked with many of the most difficult to treat situations using a…
Human Performance and Resilience in Extreme Environments
Oct 21, 2016
Dr. Dawn Kernagis is a Research Scientist in the area of human performance optimization and risk mitigation for operators in extreme environments, such as those working in undersea diving, high altitude aviation, and space. Dr. Kernagis came to IHMC from…
How to Start a Functional Medicine Practice
Oct 14, 2016
A Whole Health Educator and Personal Trainer from Mountain View, California asked me some questions about the FDN certification and since we get so many questions like the ones below, Tommy and I did a webinar to answer those and more, live. The…
Self-Care and Integrated Movement for the Modern World
Oct 7, 2016
Aaron Alexander is an accomplished manual therapist and movement coach with over a decade of experience. He is the founder of Align Therapy™, an integrated approach to functional movement and self-care that has helped thousands including Olympic and…
The Athlete Microbiome Project: The Search for the Golden Microbiome
Sep 29, 2016
Lauren Petersen, PhD, is a postdoctoral associate working for Dr. George Weinstock and investigating the microbiome. Our knowledge of the 100 trillion microorganisms that inhabit the human body is still very limited, but the advent of next-generation…
Don’t Miss the Keto Summit
Sep 24, 2016
It's really tough to get science-based information about the ketogenic diet - there's so much new research happening all the time, it's hard to keep up! However, we’ve put together a free online Keto Summit with some world-class doctors, researchers, and…
Love People and Use Things (Because the Opposite Never Works)
Sep 22, 2016
Joshua Fields Millburn is one half of The Minimalists. At first glance, people might think the point of minimalism is only to get rid of material possessions: Eliminating. Jettisoning. Extracting. Detaching. Decluttering. Paring down. Letting go. But…
GMOs: The State of the Science
Sep 15, 2016
Any discussion of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is fraught with difficulty, not least of which is the definition. The Non GMO Project describes them as “organisms whose genetic material has been artificially manipulated in a laboratory through…
Surviving in a Toxic World: Nonmetal Toxic Chemicals and Their Effects on Health
Sep 8, 2016
This podcast is the second part of a series. In the first part, Dr. Shaw and I talked about how to measure metabolism using organic acids. My initial test showed two major problems: yeast and clostridia overgrowth. It’s been about six months since I took…
How to Conquer Anxiety with Tim JP Collins
Sep 2, 2016
Tim JP Collins is a British entrepreneur and host of The Anxiety Podcast. In a former life as an executive, Tim reached a tipping point onstage during a big presentation and has since turned his life around to overcome his anxiety and is now helping other…
How to Recognise Good Chocolate (and Why You Should Care)
Aug 29, 2016
I will send the first 100 people that leave me a 5-star review on iTunes (video instructions) a bar of Fruition 100% dark chocolate. Please send your US shipping address to support@nourishbalancethrive.com Chocolate is awesome! Everyone knows that. Less…
Male ED: The Canary in the Coal Mine
Aug 23, 2016
The overall prevalence of erectile dysfunction in men aged ≥20 years was 18.4% suggesting that erectile dysfunction affects 18 million men in the US alone. Among men with diabetes, the prevalence of erectile dysfunction was 51.3%. ED can have a…
National Cyclocross Champion Jeremy Powers on Racing, Training and the Ketogenic Diet
Aug 9, 2016
Jeremy Powers is the current U.S. Cyclocross champion and top-ranked American rider in the world, and he listens to my podcast! I couldn’t believe it when I found out. Jeremy emailed me to say hi, and of course, I immediately invited him on so that I…
Recovering from Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics Injury
Aug 3, 2016
In January 2014, young and talented Romanian engineer Fabian Popa was feeling fine when pneumonia struck from nowhere. He remembers coming home from work and feeling a burning sensation in his chest. After a short time coping with the coughing, severe…
18 Hours of Mountain Bike Racing on Zero Calories
Jul 24, 2016
Fast facts: The elimination diets that we’ve gotten great results with for our clients travel very well with a little planning. Our diet didn’t vary from the norm on a recent three week road trip. I’ve been eating a very high fat and fibre, moderate…
An Interview with a 4th Year Medical Student
Jul 19, 2016
Rory Heath is a columnist at Strength & Conditioning Research and a 4th-year medical student at King's College, London. Rory has a passion for sports medicine and attends many sports medicine conferences. Treatment for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)…
How to Track Effectively
Jul 1, 2016
Dan Pardi is a rare bird. Not only does Dan have a classical education in sports medicine and exercise physiology, he also spent time working with Dean Ornish at the Preventive Medicine Lifestyle Institute before spending a decade working in the…
The Race to Make a Ketone Supplement
Jun 23, 2016
Two brilliant scientists are racing to be the first to commercialise exogenous ketones. The applications include athletic performance and metabolic therapies for CNS oxygen toxicity, epilepsy, and neurodegenerative diseases. In the red corner, Dr. Richard…
Nootropics 101: How to Hack Memory, Creativity, and Motivation
Jun 17, 2016
In the past two weeks for the Keto Summit, I interviewed Dave Asprey, Mark Sisson and Professors Tim Noakes, Kieran Clarke and Tom Seyfried. These are just five of the 33 expert interview I have lined up. Each interview is around one hour or 10,000 words…
Foodloose Recap
Jun 9, 2016
“Gary Taubes is in the building!” exclaimed Foodloose host Dr. Maryanne Demasi. Gary was scheduled to arrive at Iceland’s international airport the morning of the conference, and he’d already missed his keynote slot. British cardiologist Dr. Aseem…
Hyperinsulinaemia and Cognitive Decline with Catherine Crofts, Ph.D
Jun 2, 2016
Catherine Crofts is a New Zealand community-based clinical pharmacist who firmly believes in using the lowest dose of the least number of medications to treat disease. After 17 years of practice, she feels more like a “disease management specialist” than…
Keto UFC Fighter Kyle Kingsbury: Biohacking and the Missing Low Gear
May 26, 2016
I couldn’t help laughing when former UFC fighter Kyle Kingsbury described the trouble he was having deadlifting 525 lb when 495 came so easily. 180 is a problem for me! The ketogenic diet has removed Kyle’s “low gear”, but the sacrifice is worth it…
How to Get Clients for Your Health Coaching Business
May 19, 2016
Imagine your name is Bob. You’re 47 years old, you have a beautiful wife, two wonderful kids, a lovely dog and a career you enjoy. Life is great is except for the nagging pain in your right pinky finger. It started as a minor irritation but now has gotten…
Vitamin D, Sunscreen, Skin Cancer: What You Need to Know
May 12, 2016
The Information Age brought with it’s ugly stepsister named Confusion. Never was this more true than for the information and misinformation surrounding vitamin D, sunscreen, and cancer. Not getting burned makes intuitive sense, but will slathering on the…
N-Acetylcysteine: Beyond Paracetamol Overdose
May 5, 2016
I asked David Aiello, President BioAdvantex Pharma Inc.: of all the molecules, why study and productise N-acetylcysteine? “That makes me think of another question, why did you marry that woman? You become fascinated with something, and your mind sees…
The Cyclist’s Guide to Obstacle Racing
Apr 28, 2016
I sit too much. When I’m not sitting at my desk, I’m sitting on my bike. As a mountain biker, I stand more than some cyclists, but still. The ways in which I move my body are predictable and very repetitive. I almost never move from side to side, and I…
ETP Certification Course for Coaches with Brad Dieter, Ph.D
Apr 22, 2016
Could you afford to spend $250,000 on an education? No, neither could I. How lucky are we then that people like Drs. Mike T. Nelson Ph.D. and Dr. Brad Dieter Ph.D are willing to distill what they’ve learned into a $250 training course? Over the past two…
How to Get Perfect Sleep with Dr. Kirk Parsley, MD
Apr 15, 2016
“I’ll sleep when I’m dead,” so the lyric goes. If you don’t sleep you will be dead sooner is more true to life: Sleep improves everything. I mean, literally everything. I've not found a single thing that I can't tie to sleep being a major component of.…
The Essential Keto Cookbook
Apr 7, 2016
Ketogenic junk food is coming, and it threatens to send the second low-carbohydrate revolution to the same place the first one ended up. That would be a terrible shame because high-fat, low-carb, moderate protein diets have so much to offer for weight…
Is Evidence Based Medicine a Movement in Crisis?
Apr 1, 2016
In my early twenties, I tore a carotid artery out of my neck in a motorcycle accident. The emergency procedure that followed undoubtedly saved my life and from that point forward I had no time to listen to people complaining about the limitations of the…
What’s in Your Supplement?
Mar 25, 2016
Imagine you’re in the pub and you’ve just bumped into your friend Mario Roxas. Mario happens to be a naturopathic doctor and the director of research and development at Thorne, the Rolls Royce of supplement companies. Wouldn’t you want to know what…
How to Measure Your Metabolism with Organic Acids
Mar 17, 2016
Three years ago I went through round after round of blood testing until eventually I realised that the doctor was following a procedure laid out in a flow chart. Heck, he even showed me the flow chart. Two months and thousands of dollars of insurance…
Two Years On: Tech Nerd Has Entrepreneurial Episode, Starts Functional Medicine Practice
Mar 11, 2016
Run a blood test, find low levels of a hormone. Prescribe synthetic version of said hormone. Two weeks later your patient is back with a slightly different set of symptoms. Run another blood test, prescribe another hormone. If there's too much, block it,…
How the Paleo Diet Creates Cellular Health
Mar 4, 2016
My sister called me looking for help with her son’s science project. “William has some questions about the paleo diet and how it affects the health of cells.” It soon emerged that he had a particular list of questions that he wanted answering, and…
Foodloose Iceland
Feb 25, 2016
Something wonderful is happening in Iceland, and it has nothing to do with geysers, volcanoes or even Björk. A group of medical doctors led by Dr. Guðmundur Jóhannsson are actively engaging in a discussion of the utility of high-fat, low-carb,…
Tripping Over the Truth: The Return of the Metabolic Theory of Cancer Illuminates a New and Hopeful Path to a Cure
Feb 18, 2016
Cancer is like a computer program gone wrong, the kernel panic of the human body. Unfortunately, we have no reboot button, and so cancer is the most serious of diseases. This year, almost six hundred thousand Americans will die from cancer. Despite the…
How to Measure Hormones
Feb 11, 2016
Cortisol: the emergency responder hormone that when chronically elevated, makes you fat, stupid and unsexy. Nobody wants an excess of cortisol, but like all things in physiology there’s a sweet spot; low cortisol doesn’t feel right either. Which you have?…
How to Avoid the Antiperspirant Deodorant Trap
Feb 5, 2016
Have you ever been trapped in a small meeting room with a guy in a grey shirt with sweat marks under the arms? The meeting has a clear agenda, but all you can think about is that smell. Yikes, just thinking about this is enough to make me want to take a…
How Busy Realtors Can Avoid Anxiety and Depression Without Prescriptions or the Help of a Doctor
Jan 29, 2016
The monotone of an EKG machine detecting flatline. It doesn’t get any worse than that. For realtor Douglas Hilbert, the list of low points doesn’t end there. Doug filed bankruptcy at the age of 28, had his home foreclosed on, had two vehicles repossessed,…
Critical Thinking in Health and Nutrition with Danny Lennon
Jan 18, 2016
Apple Frudel. Banana Chocolate Chip Bread. Cinnamon French Toast Bread. Blueberry Snack’N Waffle. Cocoa Puffs Cereal Bar. Cheerios Cereal Bar. Cinnamon Pop Tart. Strawberry Splash Pancake. Super Donut. All these “food” items were taken from the breakfast…
Poor Misunderstood Insulin with Dr. Tommy Wood
Jan 12, 2016
If you’d have asked me six months ago what insulin did, I would have answered, “it stuffs energy into cells”. I think most people would say something similar. My answer isn’t wrong, but facilitating the uptake of energy into cells is not the most first or…
The Importance of Strength and Mobility for Mountain Bikers
Jan 7, 2016
Your performance on a mountain bike has four pillars of support: cardio, mobility, skills and strength. Most riders only worry about one or maybe two. Could you be a good rider with just one pillar? Maybe, but why limit yourself? This week it’s been…
Breaking Through Plateaus and Sustainable Fat-Loss with Jason Seib
Dec 31, 2015
Standing on the shoulders of giants is what I do at Nourish Balance Thrive, and none more giant (figuratively!) than strength and conditioning coach, author and speaker Jason Seib. I’ve been listening to Jason and Sarah Fragoso’s Everyday Paleo podcast…
Treating SIBO and Co-Infections with Dr. Michael Ruscio
Dec 18, 2015
Gas, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, reflux. Modern allopathic medicine still does more harm than good for these common and chronic health complaints. I often think about what my life might be like now if I’d listened to my gastroenterologist and…
Mitochondrial Health and Peak Performance, with Dr. Robert Rountree
Dec 11, 2015
So small, so abstract, it’s very hard to get your head around the idea that mitochondria are important. For me, knowing that these tiny organelles make up 10% of our total body weight (25% of the heart) helps put things into perspective. Mitochondria…
3 Ways Essential Amino Acids can Boost Performance
Dec 4, 2015
This week I’ve got Dr. David Minkoff, MD on the show to talk about protein supplementation. Before going any further, I should make it clear I’m all for real food. Spend your money at the farmer’s market before you spend on any supplement. Having said…
Dr. Jason Fung: Type 2 Diabetes, Fasting, Your Questions and Answers
Nov 27, 2015
Today’s podcast episode is a bit different than usual because I’ve solicited questions from the Optimising nutrition, managing insulin Facebook group for kidney expert Dr. Jason Fung. If this is the first time you’ve heard of Jason, you might be better…
Fixing Brain Fog: The Ultimate Security Upgrade?
Nov 20, 2015
So many emails! They seem to be breeding here in my inbox. Wait, what’s this, PayPal wants to validate my social security number? That’s odd, let’s click and see what it is. A form. Ah yes, I know how to do this, it’ll only take a minute. Submit, done.…
Social Isolation: The Most Important Topic Nobody is Talking About
Nov 13, 2015
Imagine we were part of a village 50,000 years ago (or so). We all have our role and purpose, and are part of a connected group. Because there are people around, certain genes are expressed that stimulate the part of our immune system that will help…
Physician, heal thyself: Dr. Tommy Wood reviews his own blood test results
Nov 6, 2015
Blood testing is an underutilized way in which you as an athlete can improve your performance. Think about a car that's not running smoothly. Sure, you could make some guesses as to why it's not running right, but you're probably going to need to do some…
Phil Maffetone: Doctor, Coach, Author, Teacher
Oct 30, 2015
For more than 35 years, Phil Maffetone has brought the latest advances in fitness and nutrition to health-care professionals around the world. Dr. Maffetone has a bachelor’s degree in human biology and a doctorate in chiropractic, with certifications in…
Iron overload and the impact it can have on performance and health, with Dr. Tommy Wood
Oct 22, 2015
Iron levels and biochemistry have impacted my personal performance in a dramatic way. Recently I've been racing cyclocross, something for which I lack talent. For those of you who don't know cyclocross, it's a lot like short track mountain bike racing but…
Vinnie Tortorich: Best Selling Author and America’s Angriest Trainer
Oct 16, 2015
How does a personal trainer write a best-selling book? Vinnie Tortorich has become a sensation in the personal training and fitness world because of his work with celebrities and by his moniker, “America's Angriest Trainer.” His book, “Fitness…
Joe Friel: World-Class Coach of Elite Athletes
Oct 9, 2015
Joe Friel has trained endurance athletes since 1980. His clients are elite amateur and professional road cyclists, mountain bikers, triathletes, and duathletes. They come from all corners of the globe and include American and foreign national champions,…
Mark Allen: World’s Most Successful Triathlete
Oct 2, 2015
What does it take to become a world-class triathlete? If anyone knows, Mark Allen does. Mark is a six-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion. He was able to win his first Ironman in 1989, and his last 1995 at age 37. He has also excelled at the Olympic…
NBT People: Will Catterson
Sep 25, 2015
Will Catterson is a high school maths teacher and competitive swimmer, and in February 2002 he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Will is amazing in that he immediately worked out that the American Diabetes Association nutrition guidelines are wrong.…
Robb Wolf
Sep 18, 2015
I don't think many people heard this interview with Robb Wolf when it was originally broadcast back in June 2014. At that time, the Nourish Balance Thrive podcast didn't exist, and Julia and I awkwardly broadcasted it on our other show called the Paleo…
Ketogenic and AIP Diets for Chronic Lyme
Sep 11, 2015
Gabriela Schneider is the Primal Blueprint Certified Expert, young science writer and cook behind beyondthebiteforlife.com. Gabriela has been using a combination of the autoimmune immune protocol, a ketogenic diet, and the PK protocol to treat her…
Nutrition Frequently Asked Questions
Sep 4, 2015
I've got my wife Julia (Julie) Kelly on the podcast this week to answer some frequently asked questions that she receives during nutrition coaching sessions. We didn't get time to cover everything, so I think will do another follow-up show later. The…
Professor Tim Noakes: True Hydration and the Power of Low-Carb, High-Fat Diets
Aug 28, 2015
Professor Tim Noakes is a towering but controversial figure in the health and fitness world, having written more than 50 scientific books and articles covering a variety of topics that challenge the industry standards of both medicine and sports…
Very Low Fat vs. Lowish Carb Study Inconclusive Due to Missing Data
Aug 22, 2015
Kevin Hall’s study “Calorie for Calorie, Dietary Fat Restriction Results in More Body Fat Loss than Carbohydrate Restriction in People with Obesity” was picked up by almost all the popular news outlets. The BBC, The Guardian, Time Magazine, The Washington…
What We Do with Amelia Luker
Aug 14, 2015
I've just got back from three wonderful weeks of travelling in the UK, and while I was there, I ran into some old friends who've been listening to my podcast. "Lots of great information, but not much prescriptive," they said. "What the heck is it that you…
Carbs for Endurance with Dr. Tommy Wood
Aug 7, 2015
I've got Dr. Tommy Wood back on the podcast to talk about supplementing with carbohydrates for endurance performance. I had a terrible time with maltodextrin-based sports gels back a few years ago, and I've since noticed that some of the best athletes I…
Diet Consultation with Jimmy Moore
Jul 31, 2015
On the show this week, author and podcast host Jimmy Moore. I wanted to get Jimmy on to talk about his new Ketogenic Cookbook. I have a paper copy of the book, and I love it. The pictures are big and beautiful, and there's tons of variety. Who said a…
NBT People: Amir Mirazee
Jul 24, 2015
Amir works for a large technology company in Silicon Valley and came to me for help to resolve his chronic inflammation, bloating, allergy and food sensitivity issues: I couldn't eat a piece of food without feeling sluggish afterwards right away, to the…
Manipulating the Microbiota with Dr. Michael Ruscio
Jul 16, 2015
Functional Medicine expert Dr. Michael Ruscio lectures to doctors and students nationwide and runs a private practice in California. I first became aware of his research through a series of excellent Robb Wolf podcasts, here, here and here. Dr. Ruscio now…
Mind the Anion Gap with Dr. Tommy Wood
Jul 8, 2015
Dr. Tommy Wood is a qualified medical doctor, graduating from Oxford University in 2011. He has a previous Bachelors degree in Natural Sciences and Biochemistry from Cambridge University. After working as a junior doctor in the UK for two years, Dr. Wood…
Ketone Supplementation with Patrick Arnold
Jul 2, 2015
Patrick Arnold is an organic chemist renowned in the field of performance enhancement and sports supplements. Patrick first hit the public eye in the late 1990’s when he introduced androstenedione (“Andro”) to the world of professional sport. Patrick has…
NBT People: Toréa Rodriguez
Jun 26, 2015
In this episode, I'm joined again by Toréa Rodriguez FDN, a former biochemist, Silicon Valley executive, and professional pilot. Now she is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner and health coach herself. We discuss her current progress…
How to Become a Health Detective
Jun 19, 2015
Reed is a Nutritional Therapist and Founder of the Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) Certification Course. Reed is known as one of the most successful and experienced clinicians in the world today, having provided functional lab assessments to over…
Should You Supplement with Antioxidants?
Jun 11, 2015
My guest Dr. Tommy Wood is a qualified medical doctor, graduating from Oxford University in 2011. He has a previous Bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences and Biochemistry from Cambridge University. After working as a junior doctor in the UK for two years,…
NBT People: Robert Turner
Jun 5, 2015
In Robert's own words: My background, I imagine, is pretty similar to many of your clients. Alpha male, hard charging, recreational athlete. As a husband, father, runner and self employed software developer, I have a pretty busy life where each minute of…
A Guide to Flawed Studies with Richard Feinman
May 29, 2015
Richard David Feinman is Professor of Cell Biology (Biochemistry) at the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Feinman’s original area of research was in protein chemistry and enzyme mechanism,…
NBT People: Carolina Gomez-Villafañe​
May 21, 2015
On the show this week, local talent Carolina Gomez-Villafañe​. Carolina is a cyclocross racer for the elite women's team Vanderkitten and was the first Argentine to represent at the World Championships in Tabor earlier this year. Carolina is unlike most…
The Rebooted Body with Kevin Geary
May 14, 2015
On the show this week, Kevin from the Rebooted Body podcast. I wanted to have Kevin on to talk about his program because I think it offers a level of interactivity, support and accountability that I will never be able to achieve in a scalable way with…
Are You Addicted to Exercise?
May 12, 2015
In 2013, I broke my leg training for a local mountain bike race. I tried to convince myself and everyone around me that continuing with my training in preparation for a more important race later that summer was a normal thing to do. Looking back I…
NBT People: Sarah Kaufmann
May 7, 2015
On the podcast this week, elite mountain biker Sarah Kaufmann. Sarah suffered a mono infection a couple of years ago and has since been struggling to find her best form. Her recovery slowed, and insomnia set in. This together with digestive distress…
The Dark Side of the Fitness Industry with Maddy Moon
Apr 30, 2015
I know from experience that stress and stress physiology play an important part in our health and athletic performance. People frequently come to me for help with stressors that I can do nothing about—first responders and professional athletes are good…
What Every Athlete Should Know About Hydration
Apr 23, 2015
I've wanted to record this podcast for a LONG time. Back when I first started bike racing and training, I would go everywhere with a ginormous CamelBak containing 2L of water. Then when I transitioned off the sugary sports supplements, I noticed that I…
NBT People: Megan Melack
Apr 17, 2015
Being there to witness the return of a person's vitality is an amazing thing. The initial conversation is hard; usually the person is tired, frustrated and confused. As time goes by their sense of humour returns—that's when I know the program is working.…
How to Avoid Kidney Stones with Dr Lynda Frassetto
Apr 10, 2015
Dr Lynda Frassetto is a medical doctor and Professor of Medicine and Nephrology at the University of California San Francisco. She is the director of a clinical research center at UCSF, supervises patient care at three of the University’s hospitals, and…
NBT People: Clay Higgins
Apr 3, 2015
Clay is the fourth-generation owner of a Tennessee funeral home and never was there a guy more invested in his future health. Originally Clay approached me for help with tackling a yeast overgrowth, and boy, have we come a long way since then! Listen to…
The Secret of Good Health Coaching with Bryan Walsh
Mar 27, 2015
Dr. Bryan Walsh is a naturopathic doctor from Maryland, and I first discovered his work through this wonderful series of WellnessFX videos on YouTube. At the time, I was trying to figure out what was causing my anemia, and the main thing I took away from…
Gut Guardians with Grace Liu
Mar 20, 2015
Dr. Grace Liu, PharmD, AFMCP, is a functional medicine practitioner with an international functional medicine practice that includes nutritional consultations, integrative laboratory analysis, and personalized counseling. I first became aware of her work…
You Gave up Your Job to Do What Now?
Mar 13, 2015
We're throwing it back this week! Join Chris and Julie as they share a look back at the first year of Nourish Balance Thrive. The good, the bad, and the up and coming. See what happens when you change careers, start a new business, have a baby, and try to…
Battling Fatigue with Elite Triathlete Jordan Bryden
Mar 6, 2015
Jordan Bryden is a gifted young triathlete from Alberta in Canada who came to me looking for help. In 2005, Jordan won the Canadian Junior National Championships and has since gone on to compete as an elite athlete. Now age 28, Jordan suffers from fatigue…
Mission: Heirloom with Yrmis Barroeta
Feb 27, 2015
Last July, Julie, Ivy and me left the East Bay and moved to Santa Cruz, a lovely town on the ocean and in the redwood trees. We love it, but ever since Mission Heirloom opened their new garden cafe in Berkeley, Julie has been finding reasons to make the…
Ask the doc: Should I Take Antibiotics for Strep Throat?
Feb 24, 2015
Streptococcal pharyngitis (strep throat) is a type of pharyngitis caused by a group A streptococcal bacterial infection. We’ve had a lot of people writing in to ask if they should be taking antibiotics to treat their strep throat. The concern has been…
Dynamics of the Human Microbiota
Feb 20, 2015
Christian Calma is a Research Coordinator, and Dr. Les Dethlefsen is a staff scientist in the Relman Lab at Stanford University. Dr. Dethlefsen studies the microbiota of the human gut, focusing on how it varies over time, and on what happens when it's…
Missing Microbes with David Salamon
Feb 13, 2015
Equilibrium is a probiotic supplement that restores the dietary microbes lost as a by-product of widespread food sterilization. The product is a direct offshoot of research done at the NIH’s Human Microbiome Project, a $115 million dollar census of…
Liver Enzymes and Type 2 Diabetes
Feb 6, 2015
Something a bit different for you this week. I want to talk the liver and some markers on a standard blood chemistry that can help predict the onset of fatty liver and Type 2 diabetes. Maybe you've noticed that your fasted blood glucose is consistently…
The Ideal Weight Program with Dan Pardi
Jan 30, 2015
Dan is an entrepreneur and researcher whose life’s work is how to facilitate health behaviors in others. He is the developer of Loop Model to Sustain Health Behaviors to help people live a healthy lifestyle in a modern world. He does research in the…
Perfect Health with Paul Jaminet
Jan 23, 2015
Paul Jaminet, Ph.D was an astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, became a software entrepreneur during the Internet boom, and now provides strategic advice to entrepreneurial companies while pursuing research in economics.…
Autoimmune recovery with Mickey Trescott
Jan 16, 2015
Mickey Trescott is a cook and one of the bloggers behind Autoimmune Paleo. After recovering from her own struggle with both Celiac and Hashimoto’s disease, adrenal fatigue, and multiple vitamin deficiencies, Mickey started to write about her experience to…
Hacking your environment for resolution success
Jan 13, 2015
New Year's resolutions suck. Why wait to make a change? But still, we know that accountability is important, and if everyone makes a change all at the same time then there's added accountability. In order to achieve your goal, you must first break it down…
Move Your DNA with Katy Bowman
Jan 9, 2015
Health and athletic performance have been a passion of mine since early adulthood. For the first 17 years or so, all my ideas were all dead wrong. Low-fat, high-carb, vegetarianism, polyphasic sleep. All terrible ideas. Then came the Paleo diet and…
Bike fit done right with Nigel McHollan
Jan 2, 2015
Bike fit has a massive problem that's best illustrated with an example. The first time I had a fit done, I found myself wearing a plastic wedge in between my cleat and the pedal to correct the discrepancy between the length of my legs. The bike fitter did…
How much protein should I eat?
Dec 30, 2014
In this episode, registered nurse Amelia, food scientist Julie and me discuss protein. Protein is fascinating for a million different reasons; not enough eventually leads to muscle wasting, too much to an inefficient conversion to glucose. How much…
Movement and Performance with Seth Oberst
Dec 26, 2014
Dr. Seth Oberst uses a holistic, progressive approach to human movement patterns and their impact on sport and function. Dr. Oberst received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ohio University and has undergone extensive training through an…
Ready to Run with Kelly Starrett
Dec 19, 2014
Kelly Starrett is a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker, and creator of mobilitywod.com, a site that has revolutionized how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance. Together with TJ Murphy, Kelly has co-authored a new book…
Introducing Amelia Luker
Dec 16, 2014
Introducing Amelia, the newest member of the Nourish Balance Thrive team. Amelia is a registered nurse working with a very sick population in Utah. Disenchanted with the medical system, Amelia came to functional medicine partly through her own health…
The Miracle Morning with Hal Elrod
Dec 12, 2014
Hal Elrod is a #1 bestselling author, international Keynote Speaker, hall of fame business achiever, one of America’s top Success Coaches, national champion Sales Manager, record-breaking Sales Rep, ultra-marathon runner, grateful husband & proud father.…
Nom Nom Paleo With Michelle Tam
Dec 4, 2014
Michelle Tam and her husband Henry Fong are the authors of the New York Times bestselling cookbook Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans and the Webby award winning app of the same name. If you've ever wondered how good the Paleo diet (and a website) could look,…
Chasing a Better Normal with Nicole McPherson
Dec 2, 2014
When I first met Nicole McPherson, she was desperate—desperate for a life without the constant digestive issues that plagued her, and desperate for relief from excruciating menstrual pain each month. You see, for years Nicole had been careless with her…
Leptin and Hyperpalatable Foods with Stephan Guyenet
Nov 28, 2014
Stephan is an obesity researcher, neurobiologist, and author. He has an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from the University of Virginia and a PhD in neurobiology from the University of Washington. His blog Whole Health Source is a free resource for…
Zen Habits with Leo Babauta
Nov 21, 2014
Leo Babauta is a simplicity blogger at Top 25 blog Zen Habits and a best-selling author. In 2005, he was overweight, sedentary, deeply in debt, addicted to cigarettes and junk food, with a life full of clutter and no time for anything important, like his…
Pro Mountain Biker Carolynn Romaine
Nov 14, 2014
Carolynn Romaine is a gifted athlete. She's good at everything she tries, but she loves to ride her bike. I first met her at the famous Downieville All Mountain Bike Race in 2012, two years after she made the brave decision to follow her passion, quit her…
Mineral Power with Wendy Myers
Nov 7, 2014
Wendy Myers, CHHC, NC, is a certified holistic health and nutrition coach. She is the founder, head writer and Chief Eating Officer of Liveto110.com. She is passionate about spreading her health message through her writing, podcast, speaking and her…
Mastering Mountain Bike Skills with Lee McCormack
Oct 31, 2014
Lee McCormack is a world renowned MTB skills instructor. He wrote the books Mastering Mountain Bike Skills, Teaching Mountain Bike Skills, Pro BMX Skills, Welcome to Pump Track Nation, Pump Up the Base and Prepare to Pin It. Lee is the skills development…
Paleo Entrepreneurship with Jeremy Hendon
Oct 24, 2014
Jeremy is the co-founder of Paleo Living Magazine, and he believes that nourishing and caring for your body is the first step toward living a life you love. When he's not working, Jeremy loves rock-climbing, ultimate frisbee, and reading fantasy. You can…
Hacking Your Impact with Anese Cavanaugh
Oct 17, 2014
Anese Cavanaugh is the creator of the IEP Method (Intentional Energetic Presence) as well as a leadership & collaboration advisor, strategist, and thinking partner for business leaders in the design, service and innovation spaces. Through her speaking,…
The Ketogenic Diet for Cancer
Oct 10, 2014
Rachel Albert has been a natural foods chef, freelance food and health writer, cooking instructor and nutrition educator for more than 25 years. She is an award winning cookbook author, thriver, a survivor of stage IV metastatic breast cancer, and…
Dominic D’Agostino: Researcher and Athlete on the Benefits of a Ketogenic Diet
Oct 3, 2014
Dominic D’Agostino is an assistant professor at the University of South Florida. His main area of interest is metabolic therapies focusing on oxygen toxicity (seizures), epilepsy, neurodegenerative diseases, brain cancer and metastatic cancer. Recently…
Paleo Psychology with Ashley Mason PhD
Sep 26, 2014
Ashley Mason, PhD is a clinical psychologist and research fellow at UCSF. Her primary research interests focus on food-craving experiences, stress-induced eating, and reward-based eating. She is currently using ecological momentary assessment (EMA)…
Evan Brand on better sleep
Sep 18, 2014
Author, blogger and podcaster Evan Brand is currently studying to become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner through the Nutritional Therapy Association. You can find him over at notjustpaleo.com. Evan’s story began in 2009 after refusing prescription…
Caryn Zinn PhD on ketogenic diet for athletes
Sep 12, 2014
Caryn Zinn is a senior lecturer and nutrition researcher at Auckland University of Technology's Human Potential Centre. She is also a NZ Registered Dietitian and has a private practice where she consults with clients with varying needs, ranging from…
Jason Moore of EliteHRV
Sep 5, 2014
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) expert Jason Moore is the co-founder of EliteHRV, an app for iPhone and Android that tracks sleep patterns, workout patterns, mood and more. After being impressed by Jason’s AHS presentation I was equally impressed by the app,…
Dr. Frassetto of the PCOS Paleo Study
Aug 25, 2014
In this episode I was delighted to be joined by Dr Lynda Frassetto. Lynda is a medical doctor and Professor of Medicine and Nephrology at the University of California San Francisco. She is the director of a clinical research center at UCSF, supervises…
Ketosis expert Jimmy Moore
Aug 4, 2014
Another dietary champion episode with author, blogger and ketosis expert Jimmy Moore. Find out how Jimmy was able to permanently lose 180lb over at his blog or better yet, head over to Amazon and treat yourself to a copy of his new book, Keto Clarity,…
Autoimmunity expert Sarah Ballantyne
Jul 31, 2014
In this episode we were delighted to be joined by author, blogger and autoimmunity expert Sarah Ballantyne, better known as The Paleo Mom. Adopting the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol was the first step I took towards regained my health and fitness, so having…
Dr. Dan Kalish on organic acids for health and performance
Jun 26, 2014 • 56 min
Daniel Kalish, D.C., is a pioneer, having developed his own model of Functional Medicine founded on 20 years of successful clinical results while working with over 8,000 patients in his private practice. He has certified over 700 practitioners worldwide…
UCAN Superstarch with Seth Bronheim
Jun 1, 2014
UCAN Superstarch has been an extraordinary tool that allowed me to make the transition from sugar burning age grouper to ketogenic pro. Registered Dietitian and Director of Nutrition at UCAN Seth Bronheim explains why Superstarch works so well and why…
Olympian Roland Schoeman
May 23, 2014
In this episode I was lucky enough to be joined by Roland Schoeman, the current world record holder in the 50m freestyle. In 2004 he won Gold, Silver and Bronze at the Athens Olympics. Roland is 33 years old and will be 36 at his 5th Olympics in Rio.…
Toréa Rodriguez and Hashimoto’s
May 18, 2014
In this episode, Julie and me were lucky enough to be joined by biochemist, Silicon Valley executive, professional pilot and Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner Toréa Rodriguez. We discuss how Hashimoto’s thyroiditis grounded her dream…