Joint pain can be a major issue when you're working out and playing sports. And if you’re complaining about a bad back or stiff hips you should know that you’re not alone. In this episode, our guest Dr. Chad Waterbury will reveal what type of training methods and exercises you need to follow to stay active as you age. Plus, how to build a stronger body and work out the pain and injure free. Listen to this episode to age smarter.
Wake up, you. Check your phone. Go to your workplace. Sit down under neon lamps at the screen all day. Oh, go home. Watching TV, maybe. Or function a couple more. Oh, go to bed. One last time, check your cell. For your health, what do all Does this blue light screen time mean? Sleep specialist Dr. Kirk Parsley discusses in this episode how it impacts your sleep and your wellbeing and, most precisely, how you can remedy it. Now, listen!
Many of us wait for the “perfect time” with our health, nutrition, and fitness and life in general. But this all-or-nothing thinking—as in, “If I don’t do this perfectly then it’s not enough and I give up!”—rarely gets us “all.” It usually gets us “nothing.” The problem is that there really is never a right time to do things. In this Real Talk Friday Episode, Ted reveals how you can change your mindset and finally achieve the goals that you want in 2020. Listen now!
The world is facing the greatest healthcare crisis it has ever seen. Chronic disease is shortening our lifespan, destroying our quality of life, bankrupting governments, and threatening the health of future generations. Sadly, conventional medicine, with its focus on managing symptoms, has failed to address this challenge. The result is burned-out physicians, a sicker population, and a broken healthcare system. In this interview, our special guest Chris Kresser, explains how you can reverse this dangerous trend.