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#214: How to Feed Your Brain to Better Emotional Wellbeing with Dr. Uma Naidoo

Did you know that what you eat actually plays a large part in how you are feeling? Eating the right foods can improve your mood, prevent a wide range of psychological and cognitive health issues, and boost your emotional capacity. Dr. Uma Naidoo is a board-certified psychiatrist, nutritional specialist, and professionally trained chef, who is here today to share how you can use food as medicine to nourish your body and soul every day.

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#210: From Overcoming Fears and Limiting Beliefs to Living a Life You Love with John Assaraf

John Assaraf was voted ‘Most Likely To Fail’ in high school, and grew up believing that he did not have the intellect, resources or drive to accomplish his goals. One fateful conversation at age 19 flipped John’s world around, and he has been dedicated to sharing this powerful mindset tool with anybody who needs it ever since. In addition to multiple NYT Bestselling books, countless talk show and movie appearances and so much more, John is the go-to guru when it comes to awareness, intention, and action.

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#204: How to Reverse Reproductive Aging and Upgrade Your Baby’s Epigenetics with Dr. Cleopatra Kamperveen

Are you 30 or older and starting to get curious about your fertility? Dr. Cleopatra Kamperveen has devoted her life’s work to help moms and moms-to-be get pregnant while improving the quality and expression of the genes that are being passed down to their children. Dr. Cleopatra has helped thousands of women create the experience and ‘super-babies’ that they dream of, and is here today to share her wisdom with you.

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#202: How a Lack of Rest Leads to Energy Burnout and Decreased Productivity with Saundra Dalton-Smith

Traditional medicine tells us that if you are tired, you need more sleep. But have you ever considered the different types of rest and what your body needs to optimize your productivity, increase your overall happiness, and live your best life? Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is an internal medicine physician with over twenty years of experience, who found herself being exhausted despite getting 8-9 hours of sleep per night.

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