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Dr Carolyn Dean Live

Dr Carolyn Dean Live

October 27, 2020

HOUR 1

Guest Panel - Thyroid Insufficiency and Adrenal Fatigue--Carolyn Dean MD ND

Minerals play a huge part in the rehabilitation of several major hormone systems in the body. Dr. Carolyn Dean, doctor, naturopath and author of The Magnesium Miracle, refers to the adrenals, thyroid and sex hormones as a three-sided stool. When one of the legs of the stool is shortened it affects the other two. This can be seen on blood testing; when cortisol levels go up, thyroid hormone levels go down.

There is an ongoing debate among natural medicine practitioners about what comes first, adrenal fatigue or thyroid insufficiency and what do you treat first? Dr. Dean has commented that she thinks it’s a moot point because they are often not looking at one of the main causes of both conditions – mineral deficiency, which means you can treat the two conditions simultaneously.

The standard treatment for thyroid, even for natural medicine practitioners, is to give thyroid replacement therapy. It may be the more natural form of Armour thyroid, but it’s still treating with hormones instead of treating the reason the thyroid became weakened in the first place. An overwhelming number of our customers now agree –  most low thyroid conditions are caused by mineral deficiency.

Treating disease in a linear format, one thing at a time is not consistent with the way the body works, where everything is interrelated and works synergistically.

It’s usually agreed that the most common reasons for adrenal fatigue and dysfunction are poor diet, mineral deficiency, intense emotional stress, chronic inflammation and an underactive thyroid. But what’s causing the inflammation and underactive thyroid and what diet is feeding into the problem?

It's well-known and regarded by most of the public that a diet of refined sugars, high-gluten wheat, and processed dairy is unhealthy but did you know feeding your body these foods may also result in yeast overgrowth? Diet, antibiotics, and cortisol from acute and chronic emotional stress may cause yeast overgrowth as well.

There are 178 different yeast toxins that are produced by yeast in their life cycle. These toxins are absorbed into the bloodstream and lead to a chronic inflammatory state that can cause arthritis, chronic fatigue, and pain. Magnesium and molybdenum help detoxify yeast toxins. Some yeast toxins can directly block thyroid function and possibly adrenal function as well. The best anti-inflammatory agent available to the body is magnesium. When magnesium is depleted because of being overused, adrenal fatigue symptoms continue unabated.

The treatment for adrenal fatigue begins with sodium, which is vitally important for proper adrenal function. If your adrenal glands are weak or depleted as indicated by exhaustion, low blood pressure and chronic stress, there is a combined sodium and magnesium depletion. If you start taking large doses of magnesium without replacing sodium, you may feel even worse.  Dr. Dean recommends ¼ tsp of sea salt in every quart of drinking water. How much water? Half your body weight in ounces of water.

The best diet for the adrenals is a yeast-free diet avoiding sugar, wheat, and dairy to cut down on the body-wide inflammation that yeast produces. Magnesium will also treat inflammation. The adrenals are supported with vitamin C and potassium commonly referred to as the adrenal cocktail. Using the vitamin C ReSet and Pico Potassium provide the body with properly measured, bioavailable nutrients is a delicious form.

Some practitioners suggest that you have to take DHEA and pregnenolone for adrenal repair, but Dr. Dean’s suggestion are more simple. Instead of immediately jumping to hormone replacement, let’s use the proper building blocks to make our own hormones. For example, transdermal magnesium using <i>ReMag Lotion</i> on the skin will stimulate DHEA receptors. You need cholesterol to make hormones like pregnenolone and for cholesterol so you need good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil.

The most overlooked aspect of making your own hormones is properly functioning enzyme systems. And we know that in order for enzyme systems to function properly you need lots of bioavailable magnesium and minerals.

An underactive thyroid is a trigger for adrenal fatigue and has its own list of causes that include thyroid receptor blockage due to yeast toxins. So, the diet for an underactive thyroid is the same as for adrenal fatigue. The body requires 9 minerals to make thyroid hormones and all those minerals are found in their proper biological ratios in Dr. Dean’s formula, ReMyte.

The sex hormones are also supported by minerals and the proper function of the thyroid and adrenals. DHEA stimulation by transdermal magnesium will stimulate the production of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.

If you suffer from adrenal fatigue and thyroid insufficiency, the information in his blog is enough to get you started on the road to recovery.

Extra sleep, rest, sea salt and high dose magnesium work to help alleviate adrenal fatigue. But it’s also important to face the cause of your stress and realize your body may be producing physical symptoms as a result of this stress.

Call in and Chat with Dr. Dean during Live Show with Video Stream: Call 646-558-8656

ID: 8836953587 press #. To Ask a Question press *9 to raise your hand

Dr. Dean takes questions via email. Please write questions@drcarolyndeanlive.com
We will be glad to respond to your email.

Learn more about Dr. Carolyn here: https://drcarolyndeanlive.com

Dr Carolyn Dean Live

Dr Carolyn Dean Live

October 27, 2020

HOUR 2

10-26-20 Guest Panel - Thyroid Insufficiency and Adrenal Fatigue--Carolyn Dean MD ND

Minerals play a huge part in the rehabilitation of several major hormone systems in the body. Dr. Carolyn Dean, doctor, naturopath and author of The Magnesium Miracle, refers to the adrenals, thyroid and sex hormones as a three-sided stool. When one of the legs of the stool is shortened it affects the other two. This can be seen on blood testing; when cortisol levels go up, thyroid hormone levels go down.

There is an ongoing debate among natural medicine practitioners about what comes first, adrenal fatigue or thyroid insufficiency and what do you treat first? Dr. Dean has commented that she thinks it’s a moot point because they are often not looking at one of the main causes of both conditions – mineral deficiency, which means you can treat the two conditions simultaneously.

The standard treatment for thyroid, even for natural medicine practitioners, is to give thyroid replacement therapy. It may be the more natural form of Armour thyroid, but it’s still treating with hormones instead of treating the reason the thyroid became weakened in the first place. An overwhelming number of our customers now agree –  most low thyroid conditions are caused by mineral deficiency.

Treating disease in a linear format, one thing at a time is not consistent with the way the body works, where everything is interrelated and works synergistically.

It’s usually agreed that the most common reasons for adrenal fatigue and dysfunction are poor diet, mineral deficiency, intense emotional stress, chronic inflammation and an underactive thyroid. But what’s causing the inflammation and underactive thyroid and what diet is feeding into the problem?

It's well-known and regarded by most of the public that a diet of refined sugars, high-gluten wheat, and processed dairy is unhealthy but did you know feeding your body these foods may also result in yeast overgrowth? Diet, antibiotics, and cortisol from acute and chronic emotional stress may cause yeast overgrowth as well.

There are 178 different yeast toxins that are produced by yeast in their life cycle. These toxins are absorbed into the bloodstream and lead to a chronic inflammatory state that can cause arthritis, chronic fatigue, and pain. Magnesium and molybdenum help detoxify yeast toxins. Some yeast toxins can directly block thyroid function and possibly adrenal function as well. The best anti-inflammatory agent available to the body is magnesium. When magnesium is depleted because of being overused, adrenal fatigue symptoms continue unabated.

The treatment for adrenal fatigue begins with sodium, which is vitally important for proper adrenal function. If your adrenal glands are weak or depleted as indicated by exhaustion, low blood pressure and chronic stress, there is a combined sodium and magnesium depletion. If you start taking large doses of magnesium without replacing sodium, you may feel even worse.  Dr. Dean recommends ¼ tsp of sea salt in every quart of drinking water. How much water? Half your body weight in ounces of water.

The best diet for the adrenals is a yeast-free diet avoiding sugar, wheat, and dairy to cut down on the body-wide inflammation that yeast produces. Magnesium will also treat inflammation. The adrenals are supported with vitamin C and potassium commonly referred to as the adrenal cocktail. Using the vitamin C ReSet and Pico Potassium provide the body with properly measured, bioavailable nutrients is a delicious form.

Some practitioners suggest that you have to take DHEA and pregnenolone for adrenal repair, but Dr. Dean’s suggestion are more simple. Instead of immediately jumping to hormone replacement, let’s use the proper building blocks to make our own hormones. For example, transdermal magnesium using ReMag Lotion on the skin will stimulate DHEA receptors. You need cholesterol to make hormones like pregnenolone and for cholesterol so you need good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil.

The most overlooked aspect of making your own hormones is properly functioning enzyme systems. And we know that in order for enzyme systems to function properly you need lots of bioavailable magnesium and minerals.

An underactive thyroid is a trigger for adrenal fatigue and has its own list of causes that include thyroid receptor blockage due to yeast toxins. So, the diet for an underactive thyroid is the same as for adrenal fatigue. The body requires 9 minerals to make thyroid hormones and all those minerals are found in their proper biological ratios in Dr. Dean’s formula, ReMyte.

The sex hormones are also supported by minerals and the proper function of the thyroid and adrenals. DHEA stimulation by transdermal magnesium will stimulate the production of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.

If you suffer from adrenal fatigue and thyroid insufficiency, the information in his blog is enough to get you started on the road to recovery.

Extra sleep, rest, sea salt and high dose magnesium work to help alleviate adrenal fatigue. But it’s also important to face the cause of your stress and realize your body may be producing physical symptoms as a result of this stress.

Call in and Chat with Dr. Dean during Live Show with Video Stream: Call 646-558-8656

ID: 8836953587 press #. To Ask a Question press *9 to raise your hand

Dr. Dean takes questions via email. Please write questions@drcarolyndeanlive.com
We will be glad to respond to your email.

Learn more about Dr. Carolyn here: https://drcarolyndeanlive.com

Flaunt! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle! with Lora Cheadle

Flaunt! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle! with Lora Cheadle

October 23, 2020

Revel in Your Body, Reveal Your Radiant Essence, and Receive What You Desire. -With Kellita Maloof, The Showgirl Shaman

Let’s talk about Burlesque & Boobies! What? October is breast cancer awareness month, and because my work focuses on confronting taboo head on and talking about important things that we are uncomfortable talking about, we are going to spend the month talking about all things Burlesque & Boobies!

Have you experienced some sort of trauma? Do you feel disconnected, ungrounded, or “lonely for your own sweet self?” Have you ever felt that it’s not safe to be you, or upon leaving a situation, realized how toxic it really was? Highly sensitive are more prone to incurring trauma and have a more difficult time processing that trauma after it has occurred. Conscious burlesque can help.

Top take-a-ways:

  • The difference between “Boom-boom” and ”drip-drip trauma” and what to do about both.
  • Sensitive vs. hardiness and how your innate level of sensitivity impacts the way you perceive and process information.
  • How to know and acknowledging your needs and wants, even when you are not being responded to.
  • Nourishing yourself in a world that values self-sacrifice.
  • How to stay present in the moment and plan for how you want to be in the future.

For the last 20 years, Kellita Maloof has been working and creating at the intersection where burlesque dance meets attachment theory meets systemic healing meets individuation meets autoimmune recovery meets spirituality. 

She’s a Performing and Teaching Artist, Soulful Burlesque Mentor and Showgirl Shaman. She helps kind, smart, soulful, sensitive women who've been over-editing, over-managing and over-giving -- and are attracted to dance theater and performance -- to trust themselves & express themselves with confidence, presence & radiance. 

She integrates into her work over a decade of practice in transformative modalities, primarily Holographic NLP, EFT, Systemic Constellations and Interpersonal Neurobiology. Kellita's mission is to support women in being SEEN on their own terms and in dusting off the fountain of Self-Love that was hiding right in the center of their very own shimmy.

Go to www.showgirlawakening.com and find out your Showgirl Archetype. Pre-order Kellita’s book, Creating a Burlesque Solo From The Inside Out, at www.Burlesquesolo.com.

Feeling worn down and dull? Hoping for a little more sparkle, joy and enthusiasm in your day? Then sashay on over to www.NakedSelfWorth.com and download The Top 20 Things That Block Your Sparkle And What to Do About Them today!

Still want more? Of course, you do! Purchase Lora’s book, FLAUNT! Drop Your Cover and Reveal Your Smart, Sexy & Spiritual Self wherever books are sold.

Learn more about Lora here: www.loracheadle.com

Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour with Mariam Massaro

Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour with Mariam Massaro

October 23, 2020

Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #415 is an hour of acoustic visionary improv music recorded at Singing Brook Studio in Worthington MA in October of 2020.  Featuring the Gaea Star Band with Mariam Massaro on vocals, harmonica, ukulele, native flute and acoustic guitar, Robin Rooney on djimbe and vocals, Bob Sherwood on piano and Craig Harris on congas, today’s show begins with the driving blues folk of “Let It Ring Out”, driven along by a circular blues piano part from Bob and Mariam’s rocking harmonica.  Next up is the ukulele-led high energy folk of “Puffy In The Moonlight”, a tale of cats and raccoons featuring blazing, Ray Charles influenced piano from Bob and a steady, driving rhythm.  “Sailing Along Just Fine” is a lush country with a touching vocal from Mariam and Robin and “Daddy Long Legs On The Water” is a gorgeous ballad led by Mariam’s chiming acoustic guitar and Robin’s flowing chimes.  Mariam plays her silvery eight-string ukulele for “Thank You For This Beautiful Day” and we finish today with “Dedication For Indigenous People’s Day”, a celebration of the holiday presented in an ambitious, sprawling series of compelling movements held together by Mariam’s sacred native flute and vocals.

Learn more about Mariam here: http://www.mariammassaro.com

Goddess Unleashed with Diane Vich, MSN RN

Goddess Unleashed with Diane Vich, MSN RN

October 23, 2020

Crappy to Happy Series- Dr. Anne Worth and Lynn Reilly

Diane interviews Dr. Anne Worth and Lynn Reilly on this episode of the Crappy to Happy Series. Dr. Worth and Lynn have two unique stories about their journey to find themselves through forgiveness. Dr. Worth shares her powerful story of overcoming childhood trauma, addictions and finding her Self-worth again. She talks about her journey of hopeless that lead her to attempt suicide twice. And she found her way back to self-love and created her book "Call me Worthy." She had built walls around herself because of all the hurt she experienced in life. And she pushed through to break her walls and recreate herself.

Lynn shares her intuitive message that led her to living with serendipity. Lynn's book 30 days to me was a story of her triumph over overwhelming feelings and feeling disconnected. Lynn realized that she was giving so much that she had lost her connection to herself. Lynn dedicated time each day to commit to herself and do something she enjoyed. And she noticed her mood, vibration and energy changed. And in those moments her intuition would open up. Especially during these times of added stress it is important for us to tap into these nurturing activities. We have to fill up our cup with Self-love and nurturing in order to effectively help others without draining ourselves in the process. Lynn shares her struggles since childhood with her mom who was diagnosed Schizophrenic and Bi-polar. And as a child she became co-dependent and supported her mom during those difficult times of emotional shifts. And Lynn shares her story of finding forgiveness for her mom and herself after her mom committed suicide. Diane and Lynn both agree it is important to nurture the self to avoid the sense of depletion. Diane talks about shifting the stress in a quick way to change your mood, energy and emotions using music and dance. Diane and Lynn both agree we need to nurture our inner child, current self and future self (aka Parent). Lynn closes the episode with Trust is the antidote to fear. And the more we trust ourselves the easier the journey will become. Diane invites you to connect with nature and find that inner trust.

Both of these powerful interviews are filled with inspiration and hope through life's challenges and obstacles.  Diane, Dr. Worth and Lynn all agree that forgiveness is a huge part of the healing process. Forgiveness is a life-long journey because we are always processing unresolved feelings, beliefs and emotions. Each challenge is an opportunity for us to grow and evolve. It is important to trust and recognize that all of our experiences are all happening for us to grow. 

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Learn more about Diane here: http://dianevich.com

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

October 23, 2020

Sheryl Glick host of Healing From Within Interviews Dr. Carder Stout author of Lost In Ghost Town as he shows us that having everything in the material sense did not stop his descent into addiction and the darker side of existence. Dr. Carder Stout a Los Angeles based psychologist and therapist to Hollywood people in his community will share how his life morphed from self-absorbed rich kid to junkie when he tried crack cocaine for the first time. Most people don’t know that people who have a genetic predisposition to drugs alcohol or other addictive habits only need one time for the switch to be turned on and addiction to begin. http://www.drcarderstout.com

Learn more about Sheryl here: http://www.sherylglick.com/

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

October 23, 2020

Sheryl Glick host of Healing From Within Interviews Kimberly Kelley M. D. author of The Road to Mana Finding Healing Happiness on the Road to Life which describes how to approach challenges. Dr. Kimberly describes five people from different walks of life all struggling with difficult life events who find themselves together for one week at a Hawaiian retreat where the learn to cherish the simple treasures of life as the caretaker Sister intertwines hope and enlightenment into their reality. She received her medical degree from Wright State University Dayton Ohio and her MBA from University of Knoxsville Tennessee She specializes in anesthesia acupuncture and chronic pain management. Dr. Kelley believes in an integrative holistic approach to healing. She is the founder of Core Wellness Hawaii whose motto is healing the inner self.

Learn more about Sheryl here: http://www.sherylglick.com/

Love By Intuition with Deborah Beauvais

Love By Intuition with Deborah Beauvais

October 23, 2020

Crappy to Happy: Spiritual Leader Rev. Temple Hayes: Finding Unity within Herself as a Gay Woman…When Did You Die?

Rebel, renegade, and resurrected a thousand times, Temple Hayes is a spiritual trailblazer for our time.

Born in a rural Southern church-going community in South Carolina, she knew from the beginning she was different from those around her. Her life was filled with strife—violence in the home, a lack of love and compassion, blatant neglect. Her father killed her adored cat and her grandfather ran over her beloved dog with reckless abandon. Horrifyingly, her mother was forced into shock treatments for not conforming to local morale judgments. Men tried to force themselves on Temple. So at 13, Temple sought to numb the pain with alcohol bought at the local grocery store. But there was more that she was hiding, she knew she had a deep connection to spirit which no one would approve or believe because it didn’t conform to traditional Christian teachings. .And then there was the question of her sexual identity.... So each day, she denied who she was, driving deeper into numbness. Dying a little each day...

After this heartbreaking childhood and a traumatized youth, she built an outwardly success professional career in the corporate world, while continuing to struggle with alcoholism and a hundred different fears. But through it all, she felt a longing for spiritual connection and held a lingering sense that she was here for a reason. Even as a child, she had heard a voice that she knew to be God, telling her she was destined to make a difference in people’s lives. When she was introduced to a Unity Church in Greenville, SC, Temple heard and experienced the message that she was indeed loved by God, a message that put her on the path to true healing.

Temple forged a new life from the ashes of her day-by-day death, a life that embraced bringing others to this realization of being worthy and loved, and in opening their hearts. Temple, an accomplished and practicing shaman, is a catalyst for turning lingering sorrows into brighter tomorrows and restoring all parts of the soul.

Having joined the ministry in 1991, Temple is now the spiritual leader at Unity Campus in St. Petersburg, Florida, revered internationally, and a key member of the Leadership Council of the Association of Global New Thought. Her new book When Did You Die? is anchored in her work to fast-forward people to the impassioned and energized living they so richly want and deserve. In addition to When Did You Die?, she has also authored How to Speak Unity (DeVorss) and The Right to Be You (Temple Hayes Ministries). Her popular radio show The Intentional Spirit reaches millions around the world.

Temple is a sought-after motivational speaker traveling the United States and abroad for a variety of clients including Procter and Gamble, Washington Mutual, State Farm Insurance, and Compaq. As part of her commitment to service, she has also spent three years in the United States Army Reserves. Temple is the founder of Life Rights, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the right of all to live the life of their intention in freedom and peace, and the SOFI Project, a non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates dogs and cats globally. For more information, visit www.templehayes.com.

Learn more about Deborah here:  www.lovebyintuition.com

Love Never Dies Radio with Dr Jamie Turndorf

Love Never Dies Radio with Dr Jamie Turndorf

October 23, 2020

The Dangers of Exercise Addiction with Sandy Sanderson

Can over-exercise be dangerous?

Can addiction to exercise shorten your lifespan?

What is exercise addiction and why can it be dangerous?

These questions connect with some deeply psychological issues that include addictions in general and what drives people to fall into addictive behaviors.

Did you know that beyond addictions to food, drugs or alcohol, we can become addicted to chasing dopamine hits and oxygen highs from exercise. 

The main benefits of 'moderate' regular exercise are...

  1. Increase oxygen and blood circulation.
  2. Lymph detox because it moves around to eliminate protein wastes only in response to physical movement of the body (ie there is no separate pump like the heart for blood).
  3. Trains muscles (including heart muscle) to be strong. If you don't use it, you lose it.
  4. Strengths bones - especially resistance exercises.
  5. Keep fit, look younger and feel better about ourselves.
  6. An antidote to depression.

But what if we go way past the optimal benefit and start to wear ourselves down, which harms health? What if we take out more than we put back? 

What causes us to over exercise?

What are the symptoms of going too far?

Why might it be hard to taper back?

What the brain gets out of over-exercise that would cause us to override other safety mechanisms and warning signals?

Tune-in and find out the answers to these questions and much more!

Video Version: https://youtu.be/zY0z_l5uBc4

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Tune-in to “Love Never Dies” and discover for yourself why reconnecting and Dialoguing with Your Departed loved ones is the only way to dry your tears and transform your grief to joy! For more information about Dr. Turndorf follow her on Facebook: askdrlove and Twitter: @askdrlove and visit www.askdrlove.com.

Mind Health Matters with Dr Bernie Siegel

Mind Health Matters with Dr Bernie Siegel

October 23, 2020

Barry Shore, Ambassador of JOY

Ambassador of JOY, Barry Shore, is a change maker and life transformer whose profound message of JOY is being embraced globally. A successful entrepreneur with two multi-million dollar exits and 3 issued patents, Barry was afflicted suddenly with a crippling disease that left him completely paralyzed overnight. Barry’s decision to use this experience to better his life and the lives of others has opened a unique opportunity to find JOY in living regardless of circumstance.

Barry’s Keep Smiling Movement has distributed over TWO million Keep Smiling Cards free to all. His radio show/podcast, The JOY of Living is heard worldwide with almost Two Million downloads. Barry founded the JOY of Living Institute, helping thousands of people learn to live in JOY every day. Barry is a charismatic, JOY-contagious speaker who captivates his audiences and elevates them to a new level of extraordinary. In the process of recovering from full paralysis Barry has become an avid swimmer and now swims 2 miles/day 6X/week and has accumulated more than 7,721 miles over 12 years. Embraced by numerous major media outlets and a host of well-known celebrities, Barry is a must-listen to speaker for your next event!

Barry’s latest book STRESS KILLS… JOY Heals is due out soon. https://www.barryshore.com/

​Learn more about Dr. Bernie here:  http://berniesiegelmd.com/