November 29th, 2022 | 53 mins 16 secs
burnout, burnout recovery, gabriela tavella, unsw
Discover some surprising factors that burnout sufferers have reported to be effective and ineffective in managing their allostatic overload.
November 8th, 2022 | 1 hr 10 mins
dr amy proal, long covid podcast, polybio research foundation, sars-cov-2
Nathan and Dr Proal discuss potential therapeutic targets and cast an eye to the future on Dr Proal’s current collaboration with world-leading researchers on long COVID.
October 18th, 2022 | 57 mins 33 secs
oral contraceptive, professor sarah hill, your brain on birth control
Professor Hill joins the podcast to discuss the potentially powerful influence the oral contraceptive pill can have on the brain.
September 27th, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
endometriosis, gynecology, reproductive biology, sun wei
Endometriosis is a common and debilitating condition that has proven difficult to treat. In this episode, Sun-Wei Guo, a geneticist turned Professor of Gynaecology, reveals his eye-opening research into the pathophysiology of endometriosis.
September 6th, 2022 | 1 hr 9 mins
cap, cholinergeric anti-inflammatory pathway, chronic inflammation, low vagal tone, prof paul peter tak, rheumatoid arthritis
Professor Paul Peter Tak, a pioneering researcher and transformational innovator, joins the podcast to describe the power and potential of a little-known homeostatic pathway, known as the cholinergeric anti-inflammatory pathway (CAP)
August 16th, 2022 | 46 mins 7 secs
dgbi, dr morgan riehl, gi psychologist, ibs
Dr. Megan Riehl is one of only a small number of specialists in the world who practices as a Gastrointestinal Psychologist! Dr Reihl discusses the connection between factors such as early life stress, catastrophising and symptom hypervigilance with the incidence and severity of IBS.
July 26th, 2022 | 1 hr 20 mins
frenemies, gut health, gut microbiome, joe alcock
In this episode, Dr Alcock explains how, since time immemorial, our gut microbes have had a love/hate relationship with us, and how this concept of ‘conflict and co-operation’ can explain the trials and tribulations of research on microbiome composition in disease states, probiotic successes and failures and a new approach to feeding ourselves and our resident microbiome.
What the research is telling us about time-restricted feeding, caloric restriction and fasting, with Greg Potter
July 5th, 2022 | 1 hr 40 mins
caloric restriction, greg potter, time-restricted eating
Back by popular demand, Greg Potter joins Nathan to discuss time-restricted feeding. Potter shares his thoughts on recent research, including early time-restricted eating compared with daily caloric restriction, the 5:2 diet and fasting-mimicking diet.
June 14th, 2022 | 1 hr 33 secs
anaemia, iron, toby richards
This week’s guest, Professor Toby Richards delivers a schooling on all things iron, including the mechanisms in place to maintain iron homeostasis, signs and symptoms of deficiency, pathology interpretation tips, and the role this essential nutrient plays in health and physical fitness.
May 17th, 2022 | 55 mins 12 secs
george bonanno, ptsd, the end of trauma, understanding trauma
In this episode, Nathan speaks with George A. Bonanno, a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University, Teachers College. His research focuses on how people respond to potentially traumatic events, such as disaster, war, assault and life-threatening injury, whether they present with post-traumatic stress disorder or not
April 26th, 2022 | 1 hr 12 mins
evolutionary psychology, glenn geher
This episode serves as a brilliant introduction to evolutionary psychology, as Professor Geher explains how an evolutionary perspective can shed light on modern-day issues, such as mental health conditions.
April 5th, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
breathing patterns, functional breathing, nose breathing, patrick mckeown
Patrick McKeown is a world-renowned author and breathing practitioner who is deeply passionate about helping people restore functional breathing patterns.