July 10th, 2020 | 1 hr 1 min
brad dieter, carbohydrate metabolism, diabetes, diet, health, insulin resistance, molecular biology, obesity, physiology
In his words, Dr Brad Dieter’s goal is to use analytics, data science, and a deep understanding of scientific principles to help solve advanced problems. With a background in exercise physiology, molecular biology and biostatistics, Brad proves an excellent guest, as he and Nathan cover the natural history of diabetes and screening tests to assess insulin resistance, to diet debates and the development of obesity – Is it simply a matter of calories in versus calories out? You will have to listen to find out!
June 16th, 2020 | 57 mins 32 secs
Whether you are new to Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), or are a seasoned ‘tapper’, this podcast episode is guaranteed to keep you engaged. Interviewee, Dr Peta Stapleton, is a clinical and health psychologist as well as associate professor in psychology at Bond University. Peta has led world-first randomised clinical trials investigating Emotional Freedom Techniques, adding a wealth of research to this field.
June 2nd, 2020 | 1 hr 14 mins
cancer, cancer screening, health, immune system, karin ried, prostate cancer, tumor cells
Back by popular demand! Associate Professor Dr Karin Ried joins Nathan to discuss the National Institute of Integrative Medicine’s ISET®-CTC test. Ried explains how the test detects CTCs, including how it can distinguish between malignant CTCs and benign circulating epithelial cells, as well as nuances around interpretation of results and the value of monitoring CTCs. Enjoy the highly informative conversation with Dr Ried.
May 5th, 2020 | 56 mins 25 secs
dentist, dr mark burhenne, metagenics, nathan rose, natural health, oral microbiome, sleep
Dr Mark Burhenne has been practising dentistry for over 30 years and is the author of the #1 best seller, The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox. His passion for oral health and the importance of healthy sleep shines through in this episode, as he offers important insights about the oral microbiome, P gingivalis and sleep apnoea.
April 21st, 2020 | 57 mins 32 secs
coronavirus, covid-19, healthy, infection, mental wellbeing, mindfulness, mindset, natural supplements, psychologist, supplements, viral, virus, vitamin c, vitamin d
Dr. Scott Antoine’s résumé includes 24 years practicing as an Emergency Medicine Physician and six years practicing Functional Medicine. As you can appreciate, he has a wealth of knowledge and practice under his belt, and is well placed to provide an update on Coronavirus pathophysiology and the role of potential therapies in preventing and managing the condition.
April 3rd, 2020 | 46 mins 39 secs
coronavirus, covid-19, healthy, infection, mental wellbeing, mindfulness, mindset, natural supplements, psychologist, supplements, viral, virus
Coronavirus has brought about a great deal of changes and uncertainty in society. Rose sits down with clinical psychologist, Dr Adrian Lopresti, to discuss the mental and social implications of living with this pandemic. They discuss how to maintain a healthy mindset, including what to do and what not to do, as well as adjusting to new routines in lieu of this significant disruption to our lives.
March 21st, 2020 | 40 mins 50 secs
coronavirus, covid-19, disease, heather zwickey, herbs, immune system, immunology, metagenics, nathan rose, natural medicine, pandemic, sars-cov-2, symptoms, virus, vitamins
This episode provides a synopsis on the Coronavirus with a natural twist. Rose sits down with the perfect guest, Dr Heather Zwickey, who is both knowledgeable and articulate. Dr Zwickey has a PhD in immunology and microbiology, and is currently working as a professor and researcher examining the effects of natural medicines on the immune system.
March 19th, 2020 | 1 hr 46 secs
cancer, cognitive health, healthy living, inflammation, light energy, light therapy, metagenics, nathan rose, natural health, pain, photobiomodulation, scott nelson
Research examining photobiomodulation, previously known as low level laser (light) therapy, shows promise for a wide range of ailments, from musculoskeletal complaints to degenerative diseases and psychiatric disorders. This episode covers all the basics and more, including a discussion regarding its mechanism of action and existing research as well as practical advice such as how to choose a light therapy device. Settle in as this podcast serves up a perfect introduction to photobiomouldation.
February 21st, 2020 | 59 mins 17 secs
To all research enthusiasts - this is a fascinating podcast episode not to be missed! Associate Professor Dr Karin Ried explains NIIM’s Pathogen Blood Test, which involves innovative blood testing using cytology based microscopy, and genetic analysis to isolate and identify pathogens, such as Borrelia bacteria and fungi/mould, in the blood. Prepare to be blown away by the potential of this test!
February 10th, 2020 | 47 mins 48 secs
cardiovascular, health, health supplements, metagenics, microbiome, nitric oxide, nutrients
Dr Nathan Bryan was the first to describe nitrite and nitrate as indispensable nutrients required for optimal cardiovascular health. Rose asks pertinent questions, and Bryan answers beautifully. Enjoy this highly informative conversation and take away a clear understanding of nitric oxide production and the importance of this molecule for health.
January 15th, 2020 | 50 mins
asd, doctor, gene expression, health, metagenics, nature health, professor, psychiatry, robert hendren, university of california
In this episode, Nathan is joined by Dr Robert Hendren, a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioural Science at the University of California, San Francisco and author of well over 100 scientific papers and five books. From the get-go, it is clear Hendren is deeply committed to his work, and as such, provides valuable insight into the complex pathology that is autism.
November 21st, 2019 | 1 hr 1 min
functional medicine, gene testing, genes, health, lifestyle, metagenics, nathan rose, natural health, obesity, personalised medicine, phenotypes, snps, tommy wood
Professor Tommy Wood explains the effects of specific single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) on an individual’s health outcomes. From his analysis of what has been presented in the literature and widely accepted in functional medicine circles, Tommy discusses the relevance of SNP testing and highlights the difference between “relative risk” and “personal risk” whilst expanding on additional factors that should take precedence when treating a patient.