On this episode of Healthy Wellthy U, Dr. Camille compares how a functional medicine doctor looks at symptoms and diseases compared to how it is seen in the medical system. She looks at the root causes of low energy by examining the mitochondria, the “Powerhouse of the Cell.” This is where energy is made at the cellular level.
Dr. Camille discusses which nutrients are needed to fuel the chemical reactions that give us energy and what issues can block our energy. She looks at how sophisticated functional medicine testing can help you identify what is needed to bring you the life-changing vitality and vibrant energy you deserve.
There is a lot of buzz among functional medicine docs these days about methylation. Why are we so excited? Methylation is one of the best tools for longevity and healthy aging. It helps us shift so many of the conditions that we see that run in families, that we think are part of our genetic inheritance and that we might feel are inevitable for us. Allergies, heart disease, depression and other psychological and neurological conditions, hormonal issues, cancer and more – methylation gives us some influence over that destiny.
We know what goes into a healthy diet and lifestyle. On this week’s episode of Healthy Wellthy U, Dr. Camille shows us why those things are so transformative for our health and well-being – and how we can make the choices that can change our future.
Healthy Wellthy U welcomes Dr. Ann McCormick, a pioneer educator, software developer, entrepreneur and advisor in the field of education for more than 50 years. She will talk about one of the secrets of inspiring learning: curiosity.
Our brains are one of the most powerful forces in the world and one of the most overlooked. When we truly harness our mind’s power, we can create incredible change in our lives. Curiosity is something we all have but it is not something we don’t give much thought. It is something in the background, like the air we breathe. But we couldn’t live life without it – and it certainly makes life more interesting.
Curiosity is essential to survival because it drives learning. All creatures need a certain amount of curiosity to figure out how to survive in the world. This relationship between curiosity and learning is key, because if we understand how to motivate curiosity, we can also understand how to spark learning in real and meaningful ways.
How does curiosity work? How can we develop it in our children and in ourselves? What hampers our curiosity and learning? And what are the impacts of our current approaches to education? This, and more, in today’s episode.
About Dr. Ann McCormick
Dr. Ann McCormick has been a pioneer educator, software developer, entrepreneur and advisor in the field of education for more than 50 years. She founded The Learning Company, which created the reading software Reader Rabbit and Rocky’s Boots, and was one of the first people to emphasize the importance of fun and the interactive experience in learning software.
She has been a consultant in Education and Technology to the governments of 15 countries. She demonstrated her software for leaders at the US Library of Congress and the Special Office of the President, for Members of the British parliament, at the Congress of the Latin Americas in Sao Paolo and for a Minister of Education from Beijing. Her software has been used throughout the world.
The Learning Company became a Harvard Business School Case alongside Apple. Steve Jobs founded the Apple Education Foundation where Ann was among the first recipients, then she won the Apple Foundation Program and Design Excellence Award for her first title. She has been interviewed by Fortune, the NY Times, Business Week, Scientific American, the London Times, Psychology Today and hundreds of other publications and given appearances on PBS, Donahue and other shows.
She has been on the Board of innovative schools, most recently Synapse School in Silicon Valley, which was founded as a laboratory school for social and emotional learning.
Her current set of apps for iPad, Reader Bee, has earned a Parents’ Choice Gold Award, a Children’s Technology Review Award for Excellence in Design, a National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, Dr. Toy 10 Best Technology Toys, and 7 other National awards.
She was given an award for “Reshaping the Small Business Landscape” by the California Legislative Assembly. Her work has been acknowledged in books such as Women, Technology and Power, and she was honored at The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester NY as a Woman in Games featured speaker
The human potential movement often discusses becoming empowered but we can not become that unless we understand Power.
Power is the ability to maximize our impact by learning to pivot, change, grow, and move beyond what we have previously achieved. It is understanding these subtleties that allow us to create win-win situations.
This week on Healthy Wellthy U, Dr. Camille welcomes Gail Rudolph, executive coach and author of Power Up Power Down, How to Reclaim Control and Make Every Situation a Win/Win. Her book has been on the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Amazon best-seller lists.
Gail shows us how to use power in healthy and ethical ways so that we are successful in both our professional and social relationships. She helps take the stigma out of the word power and shows us that it already exists in all of our interactions.An expert on mindset, interpersonal power, and inclusion and diversity, Gail’s mission is to help others become positive “agents of change.” She helps us to find our voice.
Vitamin B1 or thiamine is an ignored nutrient. It is said that no one in modern society is deficient in it. But with issues such as heart disease, neurodegenerative disorders, diabetes and fatigue, this is a widespread health problem that is “hiding in plain sight.”
B1 is essential for how our bodies make energy and it is depleted by coffee, tea, sugar, alcohol and tobacco. So if you’re in a cycle of caffeine in the morning and a drink to relax at night, while you’re dragging all day in between, this could be just what’s needed to break that cycle.
Learn more about this vital and misunderstood vitamin – as well as one of Dr Camille’s “clinical pearl” health protocols – on this week’s episode of Healthy Wellthy U. It might literally save your life!
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