95% of the vitamins on the shelves are synthetic... you would probably be better not taking anything at all. These synthetic vitamins really don't do much at all for your body, and in some situations actually do harm. You cannot replace a healthy diet with supplements, but you can make up for some of these deficiencies. We need to use supplements correctly, rather than using the typical synthetic vitamins. Listen in as Tristin and Juanique discuss all the intricacies of taking vitamins and supplements.
2:42 Why supplements may be good for you
9:15 The importance of vitamins
17:53 Daily recommendations
27:01 Big Pharma and vitamins
34:50 Good vitamin products
How do you navigate the ocean of research that often contradicts itself? Tristin and Juanique delve into the ins and outs of how to properly engage with medical research. The reason this is needed is because, no matter the ideology, there seems to be research that supports it. There seems to be research that supports many conflicting views on health. Listen in to this episode to learn about the different types of research, how to analyze the information provided, and what to do with proper research.
In this bonus episode, Tristin and Juanique talk about the social and cultural food norms in American society and delve into why we have such problematic eating patterns. They talk about the issues that involve our emotional and physical dependency on unhealthy food and why it's so difficult to break these bonds with food. Sugar is the biggest social drug in America (and possibly the world) so listen to this episode to learn how to mentally break away from this addictive ingredient. For more, go check it out at mygutsyhealth.com
Correction on the childhood cancer rates: https://www.webmd.com/special-reports/cancer-strikes-a-small-town/20161020/childhood-cancer-rates-rising
This week, Tristin and Juanique are joined by Dr. John Sanders, a doctor who has focused on fixing the broken medical system in the United States. Dr. Sanders graduated medical school with a focus on family medicine and rural medicine, which he practiced in Moab, Utah until he moved north to Utah County. He graduated from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine and has been in practice between 6-10 years. After having experienced the problems involved with insurance coverage and the lack of transparency, he realized how problematic the American medical system can be. He works to keep his practice transparent and even negotiates prices on behalf of his patients. In this episode, Tristin, Juanique, and Dr. Sanders talk about how the American medical system is broken from an inside and outside perspective.
Atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organisms (us). That is how the building blocks of life are ordered.
But we need to understand the most fundamental building block, the atom, in order to understand everything else that is constructed from them.
The Newtonian diagram of an atom and what reality is are two completely different things.
And any honest scientist would tell you that we still aren’t entirely sure what the atom looks like. Multiple models are used depending on what scientists are trying to measure.
However, I want to bring some understanding to the scale of an atom for you and show you how atoms are actually mostly empty space.
Imagine a professional football field/stadium and in the center a grain of rice. Now imagine 5 or so grains of sand rotating around the outside of football stadium. That is a more accurate scale of what an atom consists of. Empty space...mostly empty space.
But how can this be? How can...
In this episode, Tristin and Juanique deconstruct the fad diets that are currently popular. Many people ask about the 'perfect diet', but there really isn't one true 'perfect diet'. People need to know that each diet can work in different ways and may work better for certain people. Tristin and Juanique take the religious/cultish aspects out of dieting and break it down to its nutritional aspects. They cover the keto diet, paleo diet, veganism,
2:51 The keto diet
21:24 The carnivore diet
53:03 Paleo diet
Tristin and Juanique Roney talk about the purpose of the podcast and what they aim to do with it. In this episode, they tell their stories about how they got into the health community and why they do what they do. Each of them was able to overcome various diseases and ailments through holistic health and nutritional practices that they researched on their own. They talk about why you don't need to rely on the overpriced medical systems available in U.S. society. Learn how to empower yourself and take your health back into your control.
0:43 Purpose of the podcast
2:38 Juanique's story with Graves Disease
12:58 Tristin's story with terminal cancer
23:01 A death sentence
26:10 Taking their health into their own hands
36:42 Our story is to help empower you
In this episode, Juanique and Tristin talk about the healing pyramid that they created with their health clinic. Bad health isn't an inconvenience that gets in the way of your life, it is your life. Many try to heal with minimal effort, but because of that they often get minimal results. In order to heal, people need to get the proper nutrition and follow the correct practices. Healing isn't just about supplements and pills, so learn what you can do to maximize your health.