HEALTHY BITE | Upper Airway – Have You Fulfilled Your Potential?

My conversation with Professor Dave Singh earlier this week was a wonderful experience. Dave is not only a dentist and orthodontist but also a published author and a lecturer at Stanford University. When I first met Dave, which was probably ten years ago, he suggested that I read a book, The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton, and I’m very grateful for that. It’s an excellent book that everyone should read.

In this Healthy Bite, come along as I discuss some of the important takeaways from my conversation with Dave, including the significance of craniofacial development, the significance of nasal breathing, the importance of epigenetics, and a great deal more.

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Prof Dave Singh: Has Your Craniofacial Development Reached Its Potential?

Prof Dave Singh: Has Your Craniofacial Development Reached Its Potential?

Have you ever heard of the term craniofacial development? Does it relate to how well we breathe and sleep? How about cleft lip and palate? Well, today we are going to be exploring these fascinating topics. My guest today is Professor Dave Singh.

Professor Dave Singh is a US citizen who was born, educated and trained in England, UK. He holds three doctorates, including Doctor of Dental Medicine; a Ph.D. in cleft palate development, and a third Doctorate in Orthodontics. Dr Singh was the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of BioModeling Solutions, Inc.

He has published over 200 articles in the peer-reviewed medical, dental and orthodontic literature, has published 7 books/chapters, and is currently finishing his new book entitled “Pneumopedics and craniofacial epigenetics.”

Join me in this episode as we tackle craniofacial development, cleft lip and palate, epigenetics, the importance of nitric oxide, and so much more.

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HEALTHY BITE | Mental Health and the Holistic Health Model

HEALTHY BITE | Mental Health and the Holistic Health Model

This week, I had the pleasure of speaking with Natalie West whose focus is on nutrition and its connection to mental health. 

Talking with Natalie dovetailed into so many other podcasts specifically Julia Rucklidge and Dr Pran Yoganathan, also with Prof Pete Smith, Olivia Leslar, and many more. 

Join me as we look back and connect this week’s episode to some other episodes we’ve done on the program on mental and gut health. 

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The Great Food Con

The Great Food ConCan a vegan diet actually make you (and the world) worse? was published in the June 18-19 2022 edition of the AFR Weekend and is a great read (pictured below). The article interviews and quotes Jayne Buxton who wrote The Great Plant-Based Con: Why eating a plants-only diet won’t improve your health or […]

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World Localisation Day 2022

World Localisation Day 2022 In honour of World Localisation Day, we published a special Unstress podcast with Helena Norberg Hodge, a returning guest. Helena is one of my favourite people and someone who inspires me much. Her organisation, Local Futures, has been around for nearly four decades. What goes on in our local community, how we connect both […]

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Natalie West: Mental Health, the Gut, and Self Image

Natalie West: Mental Health, the Gut, and Self Image

What do people eat on a carnivore diet? Is it really all meat and zero carb? Tune in as this is just one of the many interesting topics we will cover today.

My guest for this week’s Unstress is Natalie West. Natalie is a Clinical Psychotherapist with over 16 years of experience. She specialises in Self-Image conflict and Nutritional Psychology for treating the mental and physical Root Causes Health problems. Natalie’s focus is on nutrition and its connection to mental health.

In this fascinating conversation, we explore how food affects mental health, the carnivore diet, self-image, gut, and so much more.

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HEALTHY BITE | Brain Size Development & A Nutrient-Dense Diet

HEALTHY BITE | Brain Size Development & A Nutrient-Dense Diet

I am extremely honoured to be a part of Orthomolecular News Service, and lately, Dr Richard Cheng and I had a fascinating talk regarding brain development, which I have shared with you this week on the Unstress.

Join me today as I go through my conversation with Richard and cover important issues including brain development, Robin Dunbar’s Human Evolution, regenerative agriculture, tuberculosis bacteria, nutrient-dense diet, and so much more!

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SPECIAL EDITION | Dr Richard Cheng: Evolution, Brain Size & Nutrients...Are We Getting Better or Worse?

SPECIAL EDITION | Dr Richard Cheng: Evolution, Brain Size & Nutrients…Are We Getting Better or Worse?

Today’s episode is a little different in that it started out as an invitation for me to be interviewed and turned into a chat that I thought you might enjoy.

Let’s all welcome back Dr Richard Cheng. Last year we had a conversation about the benefits of Vitamin C and the American & Chinese approaches to the pandemic. It was a great episode.

This week, join us as Richard and I tackle evolution, brain size, orthomolecular medicine, and so much more. It was a worthwhile conversation to share with you.

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HEALTHY BITE | Uluru Statement from the Heart: Embrace and Learn

HEALTHY BITE | Uluru Statement from the Heart: Embrace and Learn

In this world of globalisation, inequality and the disenfranchising of local indigenous communities in the process, this kind highlights a theme that I am really passionate about how important local communities are and how much we can learn from the First Nations people.

In this Healthy Bite, I want to share the Uluru Statement of the Heart with you. And as we celebrate World Localisation Day, I hope we take this opportunity to reflect and remind ourselves of the importance of connection – may it be from people or land.

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Helena Norberg-Hodge: World Localisation Day 2022

Helena Norberg-Hodge: World Localisation Day 2022

In honour of World Localisation Day, we’re publishing a special Unstress podcast with Helena Norberg-Hodge, a returning guest.

Helena is one of my favourite people and someone who inspires me much. Her organisation, Local Futures, has been around for nearly four decades.

Join us as we discuss a very inspirational movement. What’s going on in our local neighbourhood, how we connect with people and food, how supply chains become short, and how we may enhance not just our personal lives, but also the lives of our communities and the planet’s health.

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