Welcome back to another episode of our Q&A session. Today's episode we're going to talk about a couple of issues, but one thing that stood in this episode is a question about sugar and sweeteners. I know it's a hot topic and it's something you probably are asking yourself as well. So be sure to listen to the whole episode and learn some useful insights in today's questions, answered.
This is our first milestone for this podcast, and believe it or not, we've just reached our 50th episode.
So from all of us here at the Amen Clinic, thank you for your continued support and the wonderful feedback and reviews that you've left on iTunes.
Now to celebrate this milestone, we're joined by Dr. John Townsend, a prolific, New York Times bestselling author of almost 30 books.
Today's topic is all about the teenage brain. It's a topic that's near and dear to us because we too have a teenager who is so special in our life.
The problem is, in many families, these teens don't get the attention they need to prepare themselves for the future, to be the next leaders. They are left vulnerable to negative influences.
If you're in that same boat, be sure to listen, as Dr John Townsend shares with us his expertise in helping parents raise up teens with the right boundaries.
Successful relationships are built on mutual respect of another person's boundaries and limitations. When someone encroaches another person's boundaries, it means no less than trouble.
One of the most simple way of creating boundaries for yourself is by practicing a graceful way of saying no when you feel that it's against your principle, your health, or your well being. Unfortunately, many fall into becoming men pleasers which simply means giving up on someone's boundaries.
Today's episode, we'll dig deeper into this topic and we'll have Dr. John Townsend, New York Times bestselling author, business consultant, leadership coach, psychologist, and author of Boundaries: When to Say Yes, When to Say No-To Take Control of Your Life.
If there's one thing that keeps people from succeeding, it's their sense of entitlement. And that's what we're going to discuss today. Why is this entitlement so detrimental to developing responsible and accountable children or employees and how are we going to tackle this societal disease.
Today's guest is an expert on this topic and he's written the book, The Entitlement Cure along with many other books.
Dr. John Townsend is a New York Times bestselling author, business consultant, leadership coach and psychologist. He has written or co-written 27 books, selling 8 million copies, including the Boundaries series; Leadership Beyond Reason; and Handling Difficult People.
I'm sure you'll enjoy the insights in this episode so be sure to stick around. And if you haven't subscribe, be sure to subscribe to this podcast so you won't miss out on three other interviews we have with Dr. Townsend.
What would you do when someone tells you that you're fat? There's practically only two things you can do about this type of comment, you can either take it and respond gracefully or it can tear your confidence down and you go into a defensive mode, depression, and stress.
According to studies, 93% of women doesn't like their body. Well, that's a sad number and I think it's really worth talking about this issue and we can build a positive body image for everyone, no matter what their age is.
Join us in this episode as we listen more from Kathy Smith and how she helps empower women and build a positive body image.
Alibis, excuses, whatever you call it, at some point in our lives, we all had our own reasons for not doing the healthy things or the good things eventhough we already knew its consequences. Why we do what we shouldn't do and not do those that we ought to do, that's the million dollar question.
In today's episode, we'll discuss about this with Kathy Smith and she'll share with us her insights and personal experience and hopefully we'll all learn something to takeaway to help us stick to what we should do for our health.
Today's Q&A session is great mix of different topics but one thing that really stood out was a case where a lady lost her memory that takes care of the simple mathematical skills like addition and subtraction. You might think it's a weird case, but if you'd like to learn of the full story on this, be sure to listen to this episode.
In today’s episode, we are joined by New York Times bestselling author and forefront figure in the fitness and health industry, Kathy Smith. Kathy has sold more than 20 million exercise DVDs, and she has been featured on countless media outlets, including The Today Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The View and Good Morning America. She will share with us her insights on the undeniable benefits of strength training to keep a healthy body and healthy brain.
There have been many studies that show us how the brain cells degenerate or slowly die in a variety of scenarios. It's probably a quest that modern medicine has long sought to resolve.
So in today's episode, we're joined by Dr. David Perlmutter in our continuing discussion about brain health, and in particular, we'll talk about our quests and questions on how we can regenerate or grow new brain cells.
It's no surprise to know that many of the food circulating today contains toxins that are harmful not only for our gut, but ultimately for our brain and our overall health.
So today, we're dedicating this episode to this specific topic and with the help of Dr. David Perlmutter, we hope to shed light on how great an impact this toxins have in our brain health.
In this episode, we're continuing our discussion with Dr. David Perlmutter on how the gut health impacts your brain health. It's a really interesting discussion and you'll sure learn a lot about the importance of your food choices in how your brain functions.
Now, if you have not listened to the first part, Grain Brain: How Gluten is Terrorizing Your Brain, be sure to check it out.
Happy New Year! We are so excited to start this year with a bang by first of all bringing to the podcast some notable and renowned authorities in the field of brain health.
So to start the new year, we have with us today, Dr. David Perlmutter. Dr. Perlmutter is a board certified neurologist, a fellow of the American College of Nutrition, a four time New York Times bestselling author. He received his MD degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine, where he was awarded the Leonard G. Roundtree Research Award.
He has published extensively in peer reviewed scientific journals, including the Archives of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and the Journal of Applied Nutrition. He's been interviewed all over the place, Dr. Oz, Oprah, the Today Show. One of my favorite books is Brain Maker. He's, also, the author of Grain Brain, the Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs and Sugar. He has a brand new book called The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan.
Listen to this series with Dr. Perlmutter as we discuss about grain and it's impact in our gut and brain health.
Enjoy today's two-part Question and Answer session where Dr Amen was asked a variety of questions, from the relation of PMS to brain health, which is better hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia, and more.
Be sure to subscribe to this podcast so you can get notified of part 2 and the future episodes of Brain Warrior's Way Podcast.
Have a blessed and brain healthy new year!
Tana's milestones in her martial arts, earning for herself two black belts resound a lot about her passion for her health. Once told by her doctor not to engage in martial arts because of many health issues and ultimately battling cancer too, Tana's fighting spirit still tells us what we can do even when the odds are against us. So today, we'll get to know Tana's story how she earned her black belt and how she continues to that training to achieve a black belt in brain health.
So today, we'll get to know Tana's story, how she earned her black belt and how she continues with her training to achieve a black belt in brain health.
50% of people who are 85 years and older will actually be diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer's, other forms of dementia. That's normal. What we want to do today is actually help you prevent it. We want you to be 60 or 70 or 80 and to be as cognitively sharp as you were when you were 20.
Listen to the full episode for tips and insights on how you can prevent Alzheimer's and maintain a sharp brain.
Believe it or not, but growing up in a violent environment causes the same brain changes in children as soldiers in war.
When you grow up troubled, in a chaotic or an aggressive environment, it can actually change your brain, perhaps for the rest of your life.
Join us in this episode as we discuss this topic on why you shouldn't ignore PTSD anxiety, and depression.
Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD is a highly genetic issue. While some of the symptoms may go unnoticed it's always a good thing to pay close attention if you suspect them to have it, especially if your child has short attention span and has difficulty getting organized or focused.
Listen to this episode and get to know some tips and insights based on a first hand experience.
In this episode of Brain Warrior's way podcast, we're going to discuss this landmark research paper on brain imaging and behavior where we can distinguish between people who've had been physically traumatized versus those who've had emotional trauma.
Check out the third and final part of Dr Amen's question and answer segment. To listen to the previous Q&A sessions go to:
We all face stress at some point in our lives. The sad thing is, not all of us are equipped to really deal with stress head on. So today, we're taking the time to share with you our personal and proven strategies that we've used all these years to effectively manage stress in our life.
In today's episode, we're going to talk about the three steps on how you can block and eliminate those negative thoughts. Some simple tips to make sure you don't dwell on those negative thoughts but replace it with something positive and useful for your brain.
You can't avoid stress. That's a fact. Fortunately, there are many ways you can do to ensure that you're able to manage those stresses instead of just absorbing them day by day. Stick around and listen to today's episode where we discuss the four quick ways to ease those stresses and anxieties this holiday season.
We often hear parent's say that their kids only eat their favorite hotdog or burger and would not even dare glance at vegetables and you're probably wondering how on earth can you raise brain healthy kids who feed on this kind of diet.
If you one of the parent's with this challenge, then this episode is for you. Be sure to listen to the whole episode as we discuss how you can resolve the daily table battle and win the game.
Parenting can be very challenging if you don't have the right direction as a parent and if you don't have a vision of what you'd like your child to be.
In this episode, we will talk about how you can turn things around if you are struggling with instilling discipline and accountability to your children.