Healthy with Hart Podcast

I started my Healthy with Hart website and podcast back in 2009 because I was...
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Season 1 Ep:3 SummaryGun Control and Mental Health: What Can We Do?

Episode Summary
At a loss about what can be done to reduce gun violence in our communities?
Know someone struggling with mental health issues?

Episode Notes
I dove into the realities of gun control and mental health and what we can do now to help!

For the written blog, which includes a comprehensive list of resources for mental health support, go to Gritology.com

Season 1 Ep:2 SummaryThe Most Overlooked Health Threats

Episode Summary
Healing requires finding the root cause of your symptoms… sometimes it’s much deeper than you think. I uncover the top underlying health threats that are most overlooked and give resources for getting help.

Episode Notes

1:Dental Problems — Your mouth is the gatekeeper and first line of defense for your health. Find an Integrative Dentist at www.IAOMT.org (International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology) Fav water filters: AquaTru, Berkey, Environmental Water Systems.

2: Parasites — Yes, we ALL have them! Find out more: “The Parasite Guy” Dr. Todd Watts; Evan Brand; Dr. Daniel Pompa
Fungal Infections — The most common being candida. Check into a comprehensive stool analysis, candida antibodies test, or OATS test (Organic Acid Test).

3: Fungal Infections — The most common being candida. Check into a comprehensive stool analysis, candida antibodies test, or OATS test (Organic Acid Test).

4: Emotional Trauma — Unresolved trauma is an underlying contributor to countless physical illnesses. Learn more: Dr. Bradley Nelson, author of The Emotion Code; Dr. Aimie Apigian, trauma specialist; Dr. Darren Weissman, founder of The LifeLine Technique®

5:Interference Fields — Surgeries, scars, traumas, concussions can all affect energy flow in the body causing toxin accumulation. Check into QRA (Quantum Reflex Analysis), neural therapy, massage. Learn more: Dr. Christine Schaffner

6: Lyme disease — SO many misconceptions! You DON’T need a bulls-eye rash to be infected, a bite from years ago can trigger the infection, it’s not just ticks transmitting Lyme. And it’s not called “Lymes” 😉 Find a Lyme-literate MD at lymedisease.org

7: Mold Exposure — 25% of the population have a gene that prohibits them from eliminating mycotoxins from mold which can trigger a multitude of symptoms. Mold exposure can trigger Lyme disease and other illnesses. betterhealthguy.com drcrista.com survivingmold.com

8: Breast Implant Illness — The FDA issued a Black Box Warning for implants and recently issued a cancer warning linked to breast implants. For explant information: dianekazer.com

Season 1 Ep:1 SummaryIt's Not "All in Your Head."

Episode Summary
Anyone with a chronic illness or autoimmune disease has heard, “It’s all in your head” or “It’s just stress.” In this first episode, I discuss: Dealing with a misdiagnosis, finding a practitioner who will get to the root cause, and how ADHD could actually be pediatric Lyme.

Episode Notes
Pediatric Lyme symptoms: Headaches, nausea, abdominal pain, poor short-term memory, inability to sustain attention, difficulty thinking and expressing thoughts, difficulty reading and writing, difficulty making decisions, uncharacteristic behavior, outbursts and mood swings, fevers/chills, joint pain, dizziness, noise and light sensitivity.

Most ADHD medications fall into the Schedule II category. They’re legal, but they’re considered dangerous because of their high risk of abuse and dependence. Other Schedule II drugs include painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin.

Source: webMD.com