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The Wellness Mama Podcast

Katie Wells

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The Wellness Mama Podcast
The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

Katie Wells

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The Wellness Mama Podcast is a weekly series covering the topics of holistic health, real food, stress, sleep, fitness, toxins, natural living, DIY, parenting, motherhood, and other health tips to give you actionable solutions to improve your family’s life! Brought to you by Katie Wells of WellnessMama.com

Latest Episodes

260: Why the 21st Century Is at War With Your Spine With Ty Carzoli

The spine is so incredibly important for our posture, alignment, nervous health, and more… but how often do we really think about taking care of it? Dr. Ty Carzoli is a doctor of chiropractic and has conducted research at Florida State in cardiovascular and muscle physiology. He specializes in a really cool form of upper cervical work called orthospinology, which we’ll talk about today. In this episode, Dr. Ty breaks down spinal science and the way the spine affects pretty much all of the body in a way we can all understand. I absolutely love the mission he’s on to help empower people to take control of their health through education! Episode Highlights With Ty Carzoli An overview of the spine and how it works… bone by bone The importance of the C1 and C2 axis of the spine The part of the spine that is most vulnerable to injury or displacement, and how to protect it Common everyday movements in modern life undermine our spinal health How the nervous system and the spinal cord intertwine (literally) Why where you’re hurting isn’t always the source of the pain How the soft tissues surrounding the spine become stressed Lifestyle factors that accelerate aging (and what to do instead) Why daily movement and good spinal health may be the best thing you can do to ensure a healthy brain in old age The most ideal types of exercise for the spine and how much exercise you need to keep it healthy The role of proprioceptors in the body (fellow science geeks… enjoy!) Answers to the questions you always wanted to ask your chiropractor (but didn’t) Hope for migraine and post-concussive sufferers What evolutionary biology has to do with it all And more! Resources We Mention DenverUpperCervical.com (Dr. Ty’s practice) Darwin’s Blind Spot On the Shortness of Life (Seneca) More From Wellness Mama 221: Natural Movement, Sustainable Fitness, and Lifelong Health With Dr. Mark Cucuzzella 146: Is Chiropractic Safe and How to Detox Safely with Dr. Hardick 190: The Easiest Way to Track HRV, Sleep, and Movement With Oura Ring 20: Exercise, Movement & Pelvic Floor Health Alternatives to Using a Chair at a Desk How to Stimulate Vagus Nerve Function to Reduce Inflammation and Support the Brain Did we tackle all of your questions on spinal health? What did we forget? Please drop a comment below or

62 MIN4 days ago
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260: Why the 21st Century Is at War With Your Spine With Ty Carzoli

259: How to Learn Languages by Ear With Idahosa Ness

Even though I studied Spanish for years in school, I still struggle to use what I learned in any meaningful way. Sound familiar? Then you’re in the right place. Idahosa Ness is a teacher, a musician, and foreign language expert who created The Mimic Method, a system to learn languages faster and more effectively. Although the program sounds quite revolutionary when you compare it to most foreign language resources out there, it’s based on the way we naturally learn language through our everyday environment. Our family travels quite a bit, so learning a second language is a big priority for us. I’m excited to deep dive into this process and ask all of my nerdy homeschool mom questions! Episode Highlights from Idahosa Ness and the Mimic Method Why the Mimic Method isn’t like the way you learned a foreign language in school The best ways to activate and accelerate the language learning process How listening to a foreign language may be all you need to really learn it The way nurser...

46 MIN1 weeks ago
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259: How to Learn Languages by Ear With Idahosa Ness

258: Beating SIBO, IBS, and Histamine Intolerance With A Gutsy Girl Sarah Kay Hoffman

Sarah Kay Hoffman is the founder of A Gutsy Girl, a website I’ve been following for a long time. She’s created an amazing online community geared towards women who are looking for a reasonable approach for healing things like IBS, IBD, SIBO, hormonal problems, acne, and more. Sarah got her start when trying to heal her own health problems years ago. Now she’s a gut health researcher and journalist who speaks out highly detailed information and then condenses it into digestible ways for women worldwide. Sarah is also a mom to three absolutely adorable children, so I’m sure we’ll talk all things motherhood today as well! Episode Highlights With Sarah Kay Hoffman How Sarah’s colitis diagnosis changed her life dramatically 10 years ago The ongoing health issues she tried to figure out for years that all stemmed from a gut infection Symptoms of SIBO and why it’s so hard to get rid of when you have it A natural protocol for healing SIBO once and for all How the GAPS diet works to a...

56 MIN1 weeks ago
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258: Beating SIBO, IBS, and Histamine Intolerance With A Gutsy Girl Sarah Kay Hoffman

Latest Episodes

260: Why the 21st Century Is at War With Your Spine With Ty Carzoli

The spine is so incredibly important for our posture, alignment, nervous health, and more… but how often do we really think about taking care of it? Dr. Ty Carzoli is a doctor of chiropractic and has conducted research at Florida State in cardiovascular and muscle physiology. He specializes in a really cool form of upper cervical work called orthospinology, which we’ll talk about today. In this episode, Dr. Ty breaks down spinal science and the way the spine affects pretty much all of the body in a way we can all understand. I absolutely love the mission he’s on to help empower people to take control of their health through education! Episode Highlights With Ty Carzoli An overview of the spine and how it works… bone by bone The importance of the C1 and C2 axis of the spine The part of the spine that is most vulnerable to injury or displacement, and how to protect it Common everyday movements in modern life undermine our spinal health How the nervous system and the spinal cord intertwine (literally) Why where you’re hurting isn’t always the source of the pain How the soft tissues surrounding the spine become stressed Lifestyle factors that accelerate aging (and what to do instead) Why daily movement and good spinal health may be the best thing you can do to ensure a healthy brain in old age The most ideal types of exercise for the spine and how much exercise you need to keep it healthy The role of proprioceptors in the body (fellow science geeks… enjoy!) Answers to the questions you always wanted to ask your chiropractor (but didn’t) Hope for migraine and post-concussive sufferers What evolutionary biology has to do with it all And more! Resources We Mention DenverUpperCervical.com (Dr. Ty’s practice) Darwin’s Blind Spot On the Shortness of Life (Seneca) More From Wellness Mama 221: Natural Movement, Sustainable Fitness, and Lifelong Health With Dr. Mark Cucuzzella 146: Is Chiropractic Safe and How to Detox Safely with Dr. Hardick 190: The Easiest Way to Track HRV, Sleep, and Movement With Oura Ring 20: Exercise, Movement & Pelvic Floor Health Alternatives to Using a Chair at a Desk How to Stimulate Vagus Nerve Function to Reduce Inflammation and Support the Brain Did we tackle all of your questions on spinal health? What did we forget? Please drop a comment below or

62 MIN4 days ago
Comments
260: Why the 21st Century Is at War With Your Spine With Ty Carzoli

259: How to Learn Languages by Ear With Idahosa Ness

Even though I studied Spanish for years in school, I still struggle to use what I learned in any meaningful way. Sound familiar? Then you’re in the right place. Idahosa Ness is a teacher, a musician, and foreign language expert who created The Mimic Method, a system to learn languages faster and more effectively. Although the program sounds quite revolutionary when you compare it to most foreign language resources out there, it’s based on the way we naturally learn language through our everyday environment. Our family travels quite a bit, so learning a second language is a big priority for us. I’m excited to deep dive into this process and ask all of my nerdy homeschool mom questions! Episode Highlights from Idahosa Ness and the Mimic Method Why the Mimic Method isn’t like the way you learned a foreign language in school The best ways to activate and accelerate the language learning process How listening to a foreign language may be all you need to really learn it The way nurser...

46 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
259: How to Learn Languages by Ear With Idahosa Ness

258: Beating SIBO, IBS, and Histamine Intolerance With A Gutsy Girl Sarah Kay Hoffman

Sarah Kay Hoffman is the founder of A Gutsy Girl, a website I’ve been following for a long time. She’s created an amazing online community geared towards women who are looking for a reasonable approach for healing things like IBS, IBD, SIBO, hormonal problems, acne, and more. Sarah got her start when trying to heal her own health problems years ago. Now she’s a gut health researcher and journalist who speaks out highly detailed information and then condenses it into digestible ways for women worldwide. Sarah is also a mom to three absolutely adorable children, so I’m sure we’ll talk all things motherhood today as well! Episode Highlights With Sarah Kay Hoffman How Sarah’s colitis diagnosis changed her life dramatically 10 years ago The ongoing health issues she tried to figure out for years that all stemmed from a gut infection Symptoms of SIBO and why it’s so hard to get rid of when you have it A natural protocol for healing SIBO once and for all How the GAPS diet works to a...

56 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
258: Beating SIBO, IBS, and Histamine Intolerance With A Gutsy Girl Sarah Kay Hoffman
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