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RHR: Immune Rejuvenation and the Roots of Functional Medicine, with Dr. Jeffrey Bland

Chris is joined on this episode by the father of Functional Medicine, Dr. Jeffrey Bland. They discuss the history of Functional Medicine, how it has impacted current medical approaches to health, and the process of immuno-rejuvenation. Dr. Bland dives into how the immune system and the gut microbiome are linked, how diet impacts more than just your digestive health, the role of epigenetics in immune health, zombie cells and what role they play in the aging of the immune system, and the immunity superfood Himalayan Tartary Buckwheat.

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RHR: Creating a Healthier Relationship with Screens and Media for Children, with Jean Rogers

Jean Rogers, director of the Children’s Screen Time Action Network, joins Chris Kresser on Revolution Health Radio to discuss ways we can reduce screen time for children, and why doing so is crucial to their healthy development. Jean and Chris talk about the most recent trends in screen time among kids and teens, some of the physical and developmental impacts of screen overuse, the long-term benefits of moderating screen time, why children’s technology use is a public health issue and not just an individual one, how child-targeted marketing contributes to excess screen time, and what steps parents can take to help their kids have a healthier relationship with technology and screens.

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RHR: The Microbiome Approach to Better Probiotics, with Colleen Cutcliffe

Colleen Cutcliffe, CEO and Co-Founder of Pendulum Therapeutics, joins Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss how metabolic health is related to the gut microbiome, microbiome research, and probiotics. They’ll talk about the problem with current probiotics, the opportunities being presented by novel strains and formulations, innovations in understanding the gut–metabolic and gut–brain connections, and the challenges of bringing anaerobic probiotics to the marketplace.

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RHR Replay: Why Functional Medicine Is the Solution for Both Patients and Practitioners, with Tracey O'Shea

Tracey O’Shea, director of the ADAPT Functional Medicine Practitioner Training Program, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss why, now more than ever, Functional Medicine is an essential framework for managing chronic illness. Tracey discusses the advantages of working with and becoming an ADAPT certified Functional Medicine practitioner and why Chris’ evidence-based, practically designed ADAPT Functional Medicine Practitioner Training Program is the program that best helps practitioners deepen their training and find fulfillment in their careers.

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RHR: Understanding the Gut-Brain-Skin Axis

In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris reviews research supporting the gut–brain–skin axis, explains the ways these three systems are interrelated, and suggests what you can do to improve your gut, brain, and skin health.

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RHR: Solving the Problem of Vegetable Oils, with Jeff Nobbs

Jeff Nobbs, co-founder and CEO of Zero Acre Farms, joins Chris on Revolution Health Radio to discuss how vegetable oils drive chronic disease, how years of misinformation led to the prevalence of their consumption worldwide, why they’re such a problem for our health and the environment, what’s important to consider when choosing a cooking oil, and why Zero Acre Farms’ flagship product, Cultured Oil, is poised to be a game changer in the industry.

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RHR: Creating a Healthy and Happy Workplace, with Julia Stephanides

Lawyer and workers’ rights advocate Julia Stephanides joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss health and the workplace. Julia talks about her background representing workers facing discrimination and harassment at work, how stressful work environments can cause and contribute to various health issues, and how companies can create solutions through fair pay, good benefits, and inclusive company culture. She also explores the ways workers can increase their well-being at work, and the legal resources and accommodations available to people with health issues.

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Edible mushrooms: an ancient remedy rediscovered by modern science - Chris Kresser

Edible mushrooms: an ancient remedy rediscovered by modern science. Read more and find related Medicinal Mushrooms, Nutritional Supplements, Optimal Nutrition, Uncategorized articles from Chris Kresser.

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Should you take a multivitamin? - Chris Kresser

Should you take a multivitamin?. Read more and find related Environmental Toxins, Functional Medicine, Heart Disease, Immunity & Autoimmune Disease, Nutrition, Nutritional Supplements, Optimal health, Optimal Nutrition, Paleo Diet articles from Chris Kresser.

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Magnesium: An essential nutrient that most people don’t get enough of

Magnesium is an essential mineral for human health and optimal function. Read more and find related Bone Health, Functional Medicine, Nutrition, Nutritional Supplements, Optimal health, Optimal Nutrition, Women's Health articles from Chris Kresser.