Metagenics Institute Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

96 episodes of Metagenics Institute Podcast since the first episode, which aired on November 18th, 2016.

  • Life through the lens of evolutionary psychology with Professor Glenn Geher

    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.

  • Optimal Breathing with Patrick McKeown

    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.

  • COVID-19: Your Questions Answered

    March 17th, 2022  |  44 mins 48 secs
    covid-19, long covid, nicholas breen

    The pandemic continues to evolve, bringing with it new challenges for clinicians and patients alike. We put a call out to you, our Practitioner community, to submit questions around COVID-19 and immune health. This webinar aims to provide some answers.

  • Discussing Ultra Processed Foods and Weight Loss Drugs with Stephan Guyenet

    March 15th, 2022  |  1 hr 27 mins
    semaglutide, stephan guyenet, ultra processed foods, university of washington, weight gain, weight management

    *The information in this podcast is intended for Healthcare Practitioners.

    In this episode, Nathan speaks with noted researcher, science consultant, and science communicator Stephan Guyenet. They discuss contributors to weight gain and management, including genetic influences and ultra-processed foods, as well as the new antidiabetic and weight management drug, semaglutide, a GLP-1 receptor agonist.

  • Functional Neurological Disorders with Alex Lehn

    February 22nd, 2022  |  1 hr 7 mins
    dr alexander lehn, fnd, functional neurological disorders, mater hospital, pa hospital

    In this episode, Nathan speaks with Neurologist, Dr Alexander Lehn about functional neurological disorders (FND). Dr Alexander Lehn heads the movement disorder service at PA Hospital and together with Dr Sarah Olson runs the deep brain stimulation service at PA Hospital and Mater Hospital in Brisbane, Queensland.

  • Unlearn Your Pain with Dr Howard Schubiner

    February 1st, 2022  |  56 mins 55 secs
    chronic pain, dr howard schubiner, mind body medicine program, mind body syndrome, tension myositis syndrome, unlearn your pain

    Dr Howard Schubiner is board-certified in paediatrics, adolescent medicine, and internal medicine.
    Importantly, Dr Schubiner is the founder and director of the Mind Body Medicine Program at Providence Hospital. This program uses the most current research methodologies to treat individuals who suffer from the Mind Body Syndrome (MBS) or Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS) as described by Dr John Sarno.
    Tune into this episode to hear more about this program and its potential to resolve chronic pain.

  • Brain Retraining for Long COVID

    January 11th, 2022  |  55 mins 55 secs
    ashok gupta, brain retraining, gupta program, long covid

    In this episode, Nathan speaks to Ashok, founder of Gupta Program Brain Retraining™ about the potential of this program for the treatment of long COVID. Listen in to hear Gupta’s hypothesis and why brain retraining may be a useful option for those experiencing long COVID.

  • The Microbiome Facts, Not The Hype, with Kristina Campbell

    November 30th, 2021  |  1 hr 9 mins
    author, bacteriophages, gut microbiota, hmos, human milk oligosaccarides, kristina campbell, microbiome, postbiotics, science writer, the well-fed microbiome cookbook

    In this episode, Nathan speaks with Kristina about the latest research in microbiome science, covering topics such as the small intestinal microbiome, postbiotics, human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) and the potential therapeutic application of bacteriophages.

  • Time-Efficient Exercise with Martin Gibala

    November 10th, 2021  |  1 hr 8 mins
    health and wellbeing podcast, health podcast, martin gibala, mcmaster university, metagenics, nathan rose

    Have you ever wondered what interval training constitutes? In this episode, Professor Martin Gibala provides valuable commentary on this form of exercise, including lessons learned from research and its impact on health and wellbeing.

  • A Functional Approach to Gut Health with Dr Datis Kharrazian

    October 19th, 2021  |  57 mins 23 secs
    dr datis kharrazian, health and wellbeing podcast, health podcast, kharrazian institute, metagenics, nathan rose

    In this episode, Dr. Kharrazian shares his clinical wisdom regarding the management of gastrointestinal health. The conversation ranges from the role of traumatic brain injury in digestive disorders to his approach to assessing and treating gut conditions. This makes for highly valuable content for healthcare professionals, especially those practicing functional medicine.

  • Finding the Gold in Iron Studies with Rachel Arthur

    September 29th, 2021  |  1 hr 8 mins
    health and wellbeing podcast, health podcast, metagenics, nathan rose, naturopath, rachel arthur

    Celebrating her 100th episode of Update in Under 30 and welcomed back to the Metagenics Institute Podcast by popular demand – it’s quite the month for Rachel Arthur! In this episode, the Naturopath and diagnostics aficionado shares her exceptional understanding of iron studies.

  • Leveraging the gut to treat obesity with Dr Randy Seeley

    September 14th, 2021  |  1 hr 6 mins
    dr randy seeley, health and wellbeing podcast, health podcast, metagenics, nathan rose, university of michigan

    In this episode, Dr. Randy Seeley joins Nathan to discuss the latest scientific research regarding weight management – and it’s absolutely fascinating. While treatment of overweight and obesity has traditionally focused on energy balance and glucose regulation, the future of weight management may actually lie in the gut. Seeley unpacks valuable lessons learned from bariatric surgery, explaining how leveraging the gut may serve as an important therapeutic opportunity.