Show Summary: "There is a lot of mindset shifting when people embark on a healing journey. It can sometimes be scary or isolating, and we want to break down those barriers for our members."
Our mission here at the Gutsy Health Podcast has always been to help people become self-healing champions. And a champion is always a hero, never a victim. Being sick, especially with a debilitating disease, can cause negative thinking, insecurity, and loneliness. We are here to delete all of the negativities that cause you to get more sick by helping you change your mindset and making you feel that you are not alone.
The current model for our health care is just not working. As we are truth seekers, we only want the best for you, and certain practices cause harm rather than good for our bodies. We want to empower more people with knowledge and skills that allow them to think about their health critically. We share whatever knowledge we have through this...
Show Summary: "This is the future, and it is how I see our world changing: by becoming our own healing experts."
We talk about our favorite topic: healing the gut, in this episode. This episode is similar to the first class of our Gutsy Health Membership, where we help our members understand how the nervous system and the gut are intertwined. For our long-time listeners, we bet you already know what you should prioritize in the gut-healing, but let's discuss it even more.
Nowadays, we normalize gut imbalances, which is not what most people should experience, like being bloated after every meal. Here in the Gutsy Health podcast, we always tell you the symptoms of a leaky gut. And we'll never get tired of reminding you about it because it is not normal, and normal is having a well-functioning & healed body.
Remember, stress ruins your gut. And in our modern world, we always sit in front of our computers while we work the whole day. Sadly, it...
Show Summary: "Having healthy, firm, loving boundaries around food is not punishing your child. It's teaching them a skill that will keep them healthy throughout their lives."
In our fast-paced world, we have gotten used to eating instant or processed food or food that is easy to prepare. Most of the time, we order from fast-food restaurants. If we go to the grocery, we skip checking labels and shoot whatever we think is delicious inside our grocery carts. But are we aware of the content of these foods and their effects on mental health? Especially with children who are still developing their brains?
For this episode, we have Dr. Joel "Gator" Warsh with us, who discuss mental development in children. He is an integrative and holistic pediatrician who also has a Master's Degree in Epidemiology and Community Health. He balances Western medicine and natural medicine in treating his patients. Listen as he unravels why mental health issues in children...
Show Summary: “If you're dealing with infertility, you probably have some form of PTSD, and you got to take care of yourself. You got to see where your triggers are.”
In this episode, we're so happy to share with you the story of Katie Vaal, a member of the Gutsy Health Program who is now on her way to being a self-healing champion. Katie had infertility and the early signs started when she was young. When she had her first period, the bleeding didn't stop, and she thought it was normal. Together with her mom, they visited an OBGYN, and the solution given to her was to go on birth control to help regulate her period.
Katie was on birth control for 13 years. And when she got married, she decided to stop it, which prevented her from having a period, resulting in no pregnancy. But her journey started to shift when she got rid of all of the endocrine disruptors; chemically-based products. Through the help of the Just Ingredients podcast &...
Show Summary: “There are so many people out there who want to heal but don't know how."
Different illnesses are stressful and exhausting. What's more exhausting is the challenge of finding the right doctor who will walk you through the healing process patiently. That's a usual struggle for patients, and even Juanique, Gina, and Karalynne had experienced that.
Karalynne had depression a couple of years ago. Before she found the right doctor for her, who practices natural healing, she went through different doctors who couldn't specifically tell her how to heal. Gina, who had gone through a health decline, felt that she wasn't healing the root cause of her inflammation after taking different supplements for each symptom. Juanique, who had graves disease, found her way out of it on her own.
It's indeed physical, mental, and emotional pain for whoever is going...
Show Summary: “Take the reins of your subconscious; The embodiment of your power.”
All human beings have experienced stress, toxicity, or trauma, which changed their perception of life. Some survived it, but some are still living in their dark past, which negatively affects their way of thinking and ability to make decisions.
Implanting different subconscious programming to human beings' minds since childhood takes them away from knowing their real identity, contributing to someone's suffering. But to heal is to grow; to grow is to heal. No matter how difficult or challenging it may sound, it can be simply done if you know the right tools and steps.
That's why Juanique, together with Audrey Taylor, have created a workshop to help you change your current mindset and thought patterns and help you reclaim your power back and take charge of your life....
Show Summary: “When I'm sitting down with my five coaches and we're going over training and cases, they say, everyone's foundational issues are almost identical. You actually are very unique, please embrace your uniqueness. But disease is not. Disease oftentimes all stems from the same root causes. People don't implement the basics because they don't understand them and they don't see the value behind implementing basics because it's too basic.”
Gutsy Health started when Tristin was diagnosed with cancer a few years back. It became their motivation to study and open a clinic to help and educate people about healing; It also sparked Juanique's mission to save Tristin. They created courses, memberships, and the podcast to spread their word and make micro changes worldwide.
Despite all the great things they have built, their uphill battle continues....
Show Summary: Do you cancel appointments with your dietitian because you feel like you're not consistently following the meal plans prepared for you?
Do you feel a bit pressured to visit the clinic because of struggles that prevent you from achieving your health goals?
You are not alone. Many people feel this way when they realize that it's a challenge to keep up with their dietitian's recommendations. That typically happens because of multiple triggers, such as the emotions, body chemistry, and stress that cause cravings. Addressing those gradually increases the chance of your wellness through the help of your health coach.
In this episode with Gina Worful, a registered dietitian and master of human nutrition, you will learn how to determine:
Listen as she breaks down the reason behind your cravings and get tips on how you can...
Show Summary: In this episode, Aubrey Taylor, one of Provo Health's wellness coaches, shares education and hacks on how to get rid of the toxins; The negative tapes that tell you you're not worthy of healing. She teaches proven and effective ways on how to penetrate your subconscious mind.
She mentions how important it is to go through Metanoia, changing one's mind, heart, and self. It's a way to release limiting beliefs and adopt ones that will serve your growth better so you can align your conscious mind with your soul to remove your old and toxic mindset.
Aubrey says that the growth mindset should overcome the fixed mindset, which stops you from getting outside your comfort zone. A growth mindset allows your body to create four million different versions of yourself, which can significantly contribute to your healing.
3 Exceptional Highlights:
The Covid-19 pandemic has been affecting people at an increasing rate. Drug and alcohol use, as well as suicide rates, have been at an all time high. This crisis has brought on a lot of fear in people’s lives. Due to social distancing, people are more distanced now than they have ever been in our time. The most vulnerable of our population are suffering the most. There are four personality types. The first is the victim who says “Why me?” The second is the critic. The one who criticizes whatever instructions they are given such as wear or don’t wear a mask. The third is the bystander. They are the ones who just watch, are frozen in fear, and do nothing. These first 3 personality types all have something in common, which is they offer no solutions. The fourth type is the navigator. They face issues with positivity. They...