Month: December 2016

Looking Back on 2016, #41

Listen to the Podcast http://traffic.libsyn.com/jenniferknecht/EP41_FSLMWLP_JENNIFER_KNECHT-_CHRISTMAS.mp3 Looking Back on 2016, #41 Download the podcast on iTunes, you can rate and review it here! Download the podcast on Stitcher  Show Notes Thank you for spending time with us every week. Thank you for your eagerness to want to learn something every week with us. If you’re just joining us recently….WELCOME! We have planned a stellar 2017 lineup of guests for the podcast, with authors, experts, thought leaders, scientists and more!   Reflecting on 2016 We strive to bring cutting edge information to our listeners, to help reinforce what you’re reading and hearing...

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How to Change, #40

Listen to the Podcast http://traffic.libsyn.com/jenniferknecht/EP40_FSLMWLP_JENNIFER_KNECHT-_CHANGE.mp3 How to Change, #40 Download the podcast on iTunes, you can rate and review it here! Download the podcast on Stitcher  Show Notes In this episode of Food, Sex & Life for the Modern Woman, we discuss the challenges presented when we’re trying to make change. Any change. Whether it’s a change in our lifestyle, career, family…anything. We go into why these challenges within us come up, what is going on in our brains scientifically, and how to overcome the challenges. An excellent episode to understand how to be successful next time we set a goal,...

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Cheers to Skinny Gut with Brenda Watson, #39

Listen to the Podcast http://traffic.libsyn.com/jenniferknecht/EP39_FSLMWLP_Brenda_Watson.mp3 Cheers to Skinny Gut with Brenda Watson, #39 Download the podcast on iTunes, you can rate and review it here! Download the podcast on Stitcher  Show Notes We talk all things gut health related with Brenda Watson, from the bacteria living in our stomach, how it affects every function of our body, what leaky gut is and how to reverse it. It is truly amazing how we can resolve many issues and ailments we experience ourselves, and we hear our friends talking about, by simply healing our gut! Brenda gives us some tips we can...

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5 Non-Supplement Ways to Support MTHFR

5 Non-Supplement Ways to Support MTHFR By Kara Fitzgerald ND and Romilly Hodges CNS Many of us know our MTHFR genotype, since testing is becoming more common even in conventional practice, and with the emergence of direct-to-consumer genetic testing services. It is particularly associated with certain conditions such as autism and heart disease, but poorly functioning MTHFR pathways are also connected with diabetes, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and more. MTHFR stands for methylene tetrahydrofolate reductase, an enzyme that converts folate into its active methylated form so that it can be used to form so-called ‘methyl’ compounds that are amazingly versatile and used in hundreds of different reactions that occur all the time in our bodies. A well-functioning MTHFR gene supports methylation activity to help keep homocysteine levels normal, assist with creating new cells, form important neurotransmitters such as noradrenaline and adrenaline, help with detoxification, clear out excess hormones and even act on our genes to regulate which ones get turned on and which ones stay turned off. It has wide reaching impacts throughout the body. If you know you have one of the gene variants for MTHFR (C677T or A1298C) you may have been advised to supplement with methylated folate, vitamin B12 and even other nutrients that help support those pathways. But did you know that there are many non-supplement ways to support MTHFR and methyl compound levels? Here are our...

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Is There Really a Way to End all Disease? Even Cancer? Gettin’ Real About Methylation, #38

Listen to the Podcast http://traffic.libsyn.com/jenniferknecht/EP38_FSLMWLP_DR_KARA_FITZGERALD.mp3 Is There Really a Way to End all Disease? Even Cancer? Gettin’ Real About Methylation, #38 Download the podcast on iTunes, you can rate and review it here! Download the podcast on Stitcher  Show Notes In this episode we go into what is methylation, why it’s so important for every function of our body, why it’s gained so much more attention in recent years and how we can create a methylation balance that will help us prevent and reverse ailments such as cancer, autism, thyroid issues, autoimmunity and heart conditions. The concept of methylation is...

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