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Loving yourself first is much harder to do than you’d expect. Why? Because we’ve been conditioned, since early childhood to put others first. We’ve been raised in environments where it’s not usually easy to acknowledge and talk about our feelings and so we end up burying them inside and self-loathing ourselves.
In this episode, world-renowned teacher and speaker Blake D Bauer joins me to share about the importance of self-love and –most importantly– how to start practicing it.
All in all, we are at a time of social unrest. People are confused, scared, angry, and very susceptible… There is a clear lack of leadership and truth. But most importantly, of love. Love for one another and love for ourselves.And that’s exactly what I discussed back in September with Udo Erasmus and why I’m revisiting it now.
Work-Life balance is not what you should be aiming for. Behavior expert Shannon Rollins joined Dr Ernesto MD in his Highway To Health Show to talk about it…
What we eat is, by far, the main cause of our chronic disorders. And it’s important to understand that we’re all different… which means that even “healthy” foods can wreak havoc in many of us. This is what a food sensitivity is.
And while most people are familiar with allergies, that cause swelling and difficulty breathing, you are likely unaware of the food sensitivities that may be behind your bloating, your migraines, stuffy nose, or achy joints…
In today’s episode, functional health expert Reed Davis, walks us through the different lab tests that he’s been running for over two decades, helping him get to the root cause of people’s problems, even when their doctor has found nothing wrong in their lab results!
You’ve been told –directly and indirectly– that you’re not enough. Not thin enough, not pretty enough, not strong enough… And you’ve heard that so much and so often that you even say it to yourself… You try to shame yourself into losing weight, dieting, and pretending to be happy.
My guest for this episode is calling out the BS in this mentality. She not only claims that willpower does not work, but that embracing yourself, loving your body and acceptance are the first steps to becoming wildly alive. Listen to this interview to learn the exact process she guides her clients through to empower them to recover their life and happiness.
There is shame surrounding mental health at work. Especially amongst founders, and high executives who are expected to always perform at their best and handle everything and anything that is thrown at them. In this episode, we explore the reasons surrounding stress at work, how it affects performance and what to do to recognize and reverse it.
In this solocast, I share with you the steps to set and achieve your health goals in 2020.
Meditation and mindfulness have been in the spotlight for a while now. But, many people wonder how to start a meditation practice. Which is why we asked Ariel Garten, founder of Muse -a device that shows you when you are doing it right-, to explain to us what meditation is, its benefits, and how to get started.
Dr Kyrin is an anti-aging and functional medicine physician with a background in OBGYN whose own health struggles prompted her to look for answers beyond what her traditional training showed her.
As a result she lost over 100 pounds, regained her life back from fibromyalgia, anxiety and depression, and learned how to be a #MenopauseBoss. In this episode she shares how she helps her patients do the same.
In this episode Dr E is joined by Dr Glenn Livingston, a veteran psychologist who spent several decades researching the nature of bingeing and overeating. Through a system he called Never Binge Again, he was able to overcome his own food struggles and has helped thousands of people do the same.
In this episode, Dr E is joined by Mr Productivity, Mark Struczewski. They talk about developing systems to stop falling prey to distractions and be able to do more of the things that matter. Like taking care of ourselves!
In this episode, Dr E is joined by Susan Berkowitz, a speech-language pathologist specializing in augmentative-alternative communication (AAC)
They talk about how inclusive societies must strive to help those with limited verbal skills communicate and how the everyday person can help in this endeavor by raising awareness.
In this insightful interview, Udo Erasmus talks to Dr E about the Thirst of The Heart; which is that feeling of emptiness, of having lost something in our lives.
Mary Sheila Gonnella is a holistic nutrition consultant, trained in ayurveda, adrenal support and aminoacid therapy.
In this episode we spoke about many things ranging from fermenting foods to hormonal support and diabetes treatments and prevention.
In this episode Paige talks about the shame surrounding her lowest moments and how she could not get the help she needed when dealing with a misdiagnosed and mistreated autoimmune disorder and bulimia.
Lyn Delmastro-Thomson is a certified BodyTalk Practitioner, speaker and author of the book You Are Not Your Diagnosis.
In this episode we talk about her misdiagnosis, medical arrogance, her book and her newfound career in healing.
Cathy Biase is a registered Holistic Nutritionist and Cancer Coach. She specializes in educating people on nutrition specifically as it pertains to our microbiome and immune system.
As you know, I’m a very big fan of these kind of disciplines that promote health by respecting our biology.
In this follow up episode, I answer a few of the questions I received from Episode 24 and I also take a deeper dive into the pre and post stem cell treatment recommendations covering nutrition, physical activity, and sleep.
In this solo episode, I share with you some of the most common questions I’ve received recently regarding stem cell therapy. Specifically, about what else needs to be done to ensure maximum benefit from stem cell treatments.
Dr Nick holds an MD degree and is a board certified primary care physician who practices in Colorado and consults patients via telemedicine throughout the United States.
His view of healthcare and modern doctor-patient relationships is a much needed breath of fresh air for an already stale model of sick-care.
Emily Boller is the author of the book Starved to Obesity where she tells her story of food addiction. From a chubby child to anorexic as a teenager and then becoming obese until age 47 where she decided to put an end to her addiction and turn her life around.
In this episode we discussed why food addictions are so common and often go unrecognized by most of us and the burden they place not only on the addict but on their friends and family. We also discussed how she overcame it and she gives you a few pieces of advice to do the same yourself.
De’Nicea Hilton is a doctor or Oriental Medicine who specializes in holistic menstrual health.
In this episode we discussed what she refers to as “period bypassing”, the need for further education in regards to menstrual health, and a lot more.
Sas Edwards is a Cancer Recovery Coach who helps people through the hardest time of their life to shift vibration in order to get out of victim mode and rise above cancer.
In this episode she shares some of her strategies and how they can help anyone wanting to shift their point of view and experience life in a more joyful and rich manner.
Laura Di Franco is a Master in Physical Therapy with over two decades of experience in healing.
In this episode the discussion was centered around holistic healing and how it complements traditional methods of healing. We discussed the importance of giving hope to patients and supporting them to change their mindset and outlook in regards to healing.
Dr Orlena Kerek is a former pediatrician, turned health, weight and life coach helping women over 40 achieve their ideal lives.
In this episode we spoke about the importance of prioritizing yourself in order to not only be healthier and happier but also to be more present with your family.
Frank Llosa, founder and CEO of KetoneAid joined me to talk about the different types of exogenous ketones and how they fit into a healthy ketogenic diet.
Unsurprisingly, we learned about companies marketing their salts for weight loss or as a way for you to stay in ketosis while eating crap. Which is utter BS…
Listen to this episode to learn about the different kinds of exogenous ketones, how and why to take them, what you can expect and a lot more.
In this episode, Dr. E is joined by Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge, a clinical psychologist practicing in Ridgefield and Newton, CT. She is a licensed professional counselor, a certified integrative medicine mental health provider and a board certified neurofeedback provider and is the originator of the 360º Reboot Intensive Therapies Program.
Dr Roseann shares her experience in the field of stress and anxiety management. She explains how she empowers her patients to recognize and talk back to anxiety in order to live a better life.
Amongst the things discussed about stress and anxiety are: what causes them, what happens in your brain when you’re anxious, what makes it worse, and when to seek out professional help.
Christopher McKinney, is a master resilience trainer and founder of Closer to the Hole Resilience Reformation. In this episode he joins Dr. E for a lively discussion on what resilience is and the importance of nurturing and developing it in order to be your best self in all aspects of life.
Regina Lawrence is a self proclaimed noble struggler who had built her identity around her seven-year career as an attorney. She treated her busyness, hard work, drive for success, and her stress as a badge of honor until she had nothing left for herself and was burned out.
Join Dr. E as he welcomes Regina to talk about managing stress and anxiety.
Gary Heyer joins Dr. E to share his journey and the resources he’s used to reach his healthiest self.
Gary was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer on December 22, 2017 and was CANCER FREE as of September 11, 2018. He has 180’d his lifestyle and will share how a combination of simple changes can produce results you never thought possible.
In this episode, you’ll hear Gary’s story and learn how to get access to the very products and practices that not only changed Gary’s life… they saved his life!
In this episode, Dr. E ‘The Stem Cell Guy’ interviews Michael Ashford, certified personal trainer and founder of Fit Dad Fitness.
Since 2012, Michael has dedicated himself to living a healthy, active lifestyle by working out at least five times a week. He also changed his diet as he recognized that so much of our health is directly linked to the foods we consume.
Through Fit Dad Fitness, Michael’s mission is to equip fathers to live an active, involved, healthy life with their children.
Dr. Jaime Seeman, MD – aka Dr Fit and Fabulous – joins Dr. E to share how she bounced back to health, fitness, and well-being when pre-diabetes, low thyroid function, and hormonal imbalance crept into her life after her third pregnancy.
She urges listeners to take control to optimize their health now. If you don’t take the time for wellness now, you will eventually have to make time for illness.
In this episode of the Highway to Health Show, Dr. E talks with Pradeepa Narayanaswamy. Her personal 12-year struggle with infertility was an emotional rollercoaster which motivated her to help make sure others’ infertility journeys suck less by opening up discussions to overcome the stigma of infertility and providing a much needed support system.
Pradeepa is a certified professional coach who specializes in guiding women, men, and couples who are going through struggles with their fertility.
In this episode of the Highway to Health Show, Dr. E is joined by Barry Smeltzer, the owner/operator of Healing Provisions in San Antonio and Austin.
Barry shares how people can educate themselves on how to live a healthy lifestyle by protecting themselves from environmental exposures that weren’t around 40 years ago.
In this episode of the Highway to Health Show, Dr. E is joined by Dr. Nisha Chellam, MD a board-certified internist who practices functional and holistic medicine. She shares why she shifted from internal medicine to functional medicine, and how she partners with her patients to actively create health rather than manage disease.
In this episode of the Highway to Health Show, Dr. E is joined by Josh McLean to discuss living life intentionally and focusing on what is really important to us.
Josh is the author of the book Catalyst: Ignite Your Spark Within to Achieve Powerful Transformation.
In this episode Dr E is joined by Jay Cole, author of the book How to Calm the F*ck Down: A Meditator’s Guide. They talk about meditation, mindfulness and how the world would be a much better place if more people meditated.
In this episode, Dr. E explains the differences between popular low-carb diets including keto, paleo, atkins and whole30.
In this episode, Dr. E shares some helpful tips and information for anyone considering stem cell therapy in the US or abroad.
Dr. George Zafra, MD joins the show to share about aesthetic medicine, facial rejuvenation and the the basics of skin care.
Learn how he helps his patients age gracefully with natural looking enhancements.
Dr. E shares his mission for the show and why he wanted to create a health related podcast that is easily accessible to the regular person.
It’s not for the biohackers, high performers, ultra endurance athletes or super healthy people. It’s a show for busy moms and dads, with jobs and families who want to live healthier, longer lives without the need to additional studies or a scientific degree.