Nutrition

Overcome Your Biggest Challenges With The Proven Benefits Of Expressive Writing - With Katie Dalebout

TMHS 172: Overcome Your Biggest Challenges With The Proven Benefits Of Expressive Writing – With Katie Dalebout

How do you actually know what you think? A lot of us are under the impression that we know what we think because we hear a lot of inner chatter in our heads (straightjacket not included), or because we talk about what we think with other people. But that’s not what we really think. The Read More

Don’t Just Sit There - With Katy Bowman

TMHS 169: Don’t Just Sit There – With Katy Bowman

I remember watching the movie Wall-E with my son Braden. It is an animated movie portraying the not-too-distant future where humans have siphoned the world of it’s natural resources and moved to space, leaving Earth behind as a glorified junk yard. Talk about family fun! Even though the context was a bit grim, the movie Read More

The Secret Life Of Your Immune System

TMHS 166: The Secret Life Of Your Immune System

Hippocrates, who is largely considered to be the father of modern medicine, said that, “Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease.” Hippocrates was speaking about the miraculous power of our immune system, and that’s what today’s show is all about. Where is this mysterious immune system located? And how does it work? Read More

How To Create A Superhero Brain

TMHS 163: How To Create A Superhero Brain

I love the quote from Bill Waterson that says, “Experience is food for the brain.” What’s so wonderful about our brains is that they are continuously learning, continuously growing, and continuously making new connections. Your brain is this miraculous, self-designing entity. It can do so much to change your own world, but it can also Read More

7 Ways To Supercharge Your Breakfast

TMHS 160: 7 Ways To Supercharge Your Breakfast

Breakfast. It’s a word that conjures up an array of emotions for many of us. It’s tied to getting ready for school or work. It’s tied to time with the family or catching up on the news. It’s tied eating some of our favorite foods or loading up on our nutrition.  But most of all Read More