In this week's episode, Dr. Nicole, joined by Catherine Arnston, founder of EnergyBits, discuss the benefits of algae in chronic illness'. Listen to the podcast to learn more about how Catherine's products are a great way to stay energized and healthy! For more podcasts like this, visit https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/integrative-wellness-radio/id1126893522. Also check out Catherine's website for additonal information on her prodcuts and story! https://www.energybits.com/
In this week's episode of Integrative Wellness Radio, Dr. Nick & Dr. Nicole discuss how toxins in the body can be perceived as fat tissue, due to inflammation, leading people to believe that they're fat, but they're really just toxic! Listen to the podcast to learn more. For more podcasts like this, visit https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/integrative-wellness-radio/id1126893522.
This week's episode we continue the conversation on pain with Dr. Nicole Rivera and Dr. Nick Carruthers. Last week we talked about the emotional and physical ties to pain, tune in case you missed it. On part 2 we go more into how infections can present itself in the form of pain, in particular in the lower back and knee pain. Tune in on iTunes, Google Play, and Podbean.
This week's episode with Dr. Nicole Rivera and Dr. Nick Carruthers dive into a two-part podcast on pain. Pain is not linear or one dimensional. Dr. Nicole and Dr. Nick talk about ways we deal with stress and how that can physically manifest in the body. Tune in on iTunes, Google Play, and Podbean.
Join Dr. Nicole Rivera and Melissa Czorniewy as they clear the air on why you are having symptoms like brain fog. They identify root causes of brain and cardiovascular dysfunction and provide examples of our multidimensional approach to detox. Tune in to learn more!
In this episode, join Dr. Nicole and Registered Nurse and mold assessor Gina Dehmer as they get to the root of mold toxicity. Dr. Nicole and Gina list reasons on how mold affects the human body; including respiratory and sinus issues, hormonal imbalances, digestive issues, etc. Learn how to spot the signs, and how to tell the difference between remediation and small scale solutions. Tune in to educate yourself a little more on this toxic epidemic.
Did you know that two thirds of our brain is made up of cholestrol? And that cholestrol is the foundation for our cells, allowing them to be able to absorb nutrients. And yet, cholestrol is still thought of as the main culprit of heart disease. This week join Dr. Nicole Rivera and our practitioner assistant, Lexie Allman discuss the cause of heart disease that no one is talking about, tune in to learn more!