Move Daily Health Podcast S3E7: How to Hone (not hack) your Health
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Move Daily Health Podcast S3E7: How to Hone (not hack) your Health

It is very easy to find supplement “stacks”, pricey products, and rigid dietary or exercise regimes sold under the guise of being crucial to health. The simplest things are often the truest and achieving sleep, improving foot health, resolving tension associated with desk work, as well as figuring out meal or exercise timing should not…

Circadian Rhythms: Bulletproof Your Biology
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Circadian Rhythms: Bulletproof Your Biology

Have you ever changed your diet in an effort to overcome nagging health symptoms, but fail to see any progress? As a Nutrition Coach I know this plight all too well: People tend to treat dietary tweaks as a panacea, leaving other important actions ignored and results untapped. As humans we have developed the complacent…

Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 38: Movement Optimism & Pain w/Dr. Greg Lehman
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Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 38: Movement Optimism & Pain w/Dr. Greg Lehman

To move or not to move? When in pain, this is always the question. Today we welcome to the show Dr. Greg Lehman, Physiotherapist, Chiropractor, and of champion of movement optimism. Greg is a globally recognized advocate for evidence-based physiotherapy. He joins us today to dive into the importance of movement when it comes to…

Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 33: Making Health Habits Stick w/Dr. Mary Jung
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Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 33: Making Health Habits Stick w/Dr. Mary Jung

If you’ve ever struggled with maintaining diet and exercise habits, this podcast is for you! Today we welcome to the podcast Dr. Mary Jung. Mary is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Health and Social Development at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Jung’s passion is researching the self-regulation of health behaviours, primarily the…

Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 28: HIIT Exercise and Health w/ Professor Martin Gibala
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Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 28: HIIT Exercise and Health w/ Professor Martin Gibala

Today we welcome to the show world-renowned exercise researcher and author of The One Minute Workout, Martin Gibala, Ph.D. Professor Gibala has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles and has received multiple awards for teaching excellence. Today we dig into his research on the health benefits of high-intensity interval training: Why it’s a valuable tool for health, who…

Top 5 hEDS & HSD Considerations: Movement & Exercise
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Top 5 hEDS & HSD Considerations: Movement & Exercise

As discussed in Parts 1: Stress & Anxiety, Part 2: Hormonal Cycles, and Part 3: Digestive Health, management of Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (hEDS) and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders (HSD) requires addressing much more than musculoskeletal pain and subluxations/dislocations. That said, managing musculoskeletal pain and the demands of daily movement is of utmost importance, and doing so…

Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 020: Overcoming Insomnia
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Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 020: Overcoming Insomnia

In today’s podcast we discuss Freyja’s recent blog post:  Hypermobility Type Ehlers-Danlos: Overcoming Insomnia. Please note: This information is for anyone who suffers from insomnia, not just the EDS population. For many people- especially those living in chronic pain- restful sleep can be a bit of a unicorn. The irony of being tired to the…

The 3 Most Impactful Health Habits
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The 3 Most Impactful Health Habits

In today’s Instagram-driven world, there is no shortage of miracle weight-loss diets or fad health shortcuts. Simply put: If a proposed health plan isn’t flashy or can’t be easily profited from, you won’t see it in the headlines. The cornerstones of health aren’t sexy, but these fundamentals present the greatest opportunities for health within the…

Pillars of Health: Movement
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Pillars of Health: Movement

The human body was designed for daily movement. The old adage “Use it or lose it” doesn’t apply to many things, but it certainly does apply when dealing with the health of the human brain and body. From birth, we move as much as possible until our constant failures result in rolling over, crawling, standing,…