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.
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.
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.
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.
COVID-19 Related Health Behaviours – How Evolution and Culture Influence Our Choices with Professor Ron Fischer
August 31st, 2021 | 1 hr 18 mins
health and wellbeing podcast, health podcast, metagenics, nathan rose, professor ronald fischer
In this episode Nathan dips his toes into the field of psychology, speaking with Professor Ron Fischer about evolutionary psychology, parasite stress theory, and how cultural norms and attitudes influence health behaviours, specifically with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic.
August 10th, 2021 | 56 mins 32 secs
health podcast, metagenics, nathan rose, professor elisabet stener-victorin
In this episode, Professor Elisabet Stener-Victorin from Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, shares understandings regarding the aetiology of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) according to the latest research. As a researcher, Elisabet and her team hope to uncover underlying causes of the disease, with the aim of finding better treatments in future. Interestingly, 20 genetic variations have been identified as well as links between androgen exposure in foetal life and epigenetic changes. Tune in to hear more from Professor Stener-Victorin.
July 20th, 2021 | 1 hr 3 mins
health and wellbeing podcast, health podcast, metagenics, nathan rose, newcastle magnetic resonance centre, prof roy taylor
Professor Roy Taylor is the Director of Newcastle Magnetic Resonance Centre and an honorary consultant Physician. He specialises in the application of magnetic resonance spectroscopy to clinical medicine, metabolic research in diabetes, as well as teaching in diabetes and obstetric medicine and much more. Professor Taylor is also the author of books Life Without Diabetes and Your Simple Guide to Reversing Type 2 Diabetes. In this episode, Nathan talks to Roy about the significance of muscle insulin sensitivity, your personal fat threshold, GLP-agonists and most importantly, how caloric restriction can reverse diabetes. Professor Taylor’s passion for the topic is palpable and makes for a great podcast!
June 29th, 2021 | 1 hr 2 mins
dr taylor krick, health and wellbeing podcast, health podcast, metagenics, nathan rose, washington wellness centre
Dr Taylor Krick is a Chiropractor and Functional Medicine Practitioner practicing from the Washington Wellness Centre in Washington, Illinois. He has a special interest in educating people to help take control of their health, and in this episode, he and Nathan discuss the use of transcutaneous vagal nerve stimulation (tVNS) to aid healing. Dr Krick provides a lesson on the vagal nerve as well as the use of tVNS in practice, including who may be suited to this method of therapy and specific information regarding the use of devices. Tune in to learn how to improve your or your patients’ vagal tone for optimal health and wellbeing.
June 8th, 2021 | 1 hr 2 mins
health, metagenics, nathan rose, pathology, rachel arthur, research, science
With over 20 years of experience in the clinic and the ‘classroom’ as one of the top practitioners and educators in integrative nutrition and health, Rachel Arthur has attracted a large following of clinicians who value her outstanding independent, unbiased education and leadership. With a particular interest and highly developed skill-set in diagnostics, Rachel helps Practitioners derive important information from mainstream pathology results.
In this episode, Rachel shares insights into common pathology markers, including GGT, ALT and ALP as well as CRP, uric acid and the albumin / globulin ratio. She highlights the importance of monitoring intraindividual shifts and imparts valuable considerations for interpretation. This is a must-listen for health professionals!
May 18th, 2021 | 1 hr 51 secs
doctor, energy, exercise, health, herman pontzer, metabolic, metagenics, misunderstood metabolism, nathan rose, research, revolution, science, studies, weight loss
Dr Herman Pontzer is an internationally recognised researcher in human energetics and evolution.