FranklySpeakingwithDrWade

FranklySpeakingwithDrWade

We dive deep into the current obstacles that prevent consumers from experiencing lasting health once they've entered the pharmaceutical machine of health care. With a diverse group of experts, we look at the science supporting a drugless, holistic model of care and how you can make sense of it to ultimately apply it to your family's health and life.

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January 31, 2019 29 min

In this episode we introduce the show, how it came about, the story behind the title and what you can expect moving forward.

You can't sugar coat the truth when it comes to people's lives. We're being sold a bill of goods by the Health Care machine. It's time to speak frankly as to how you and your family step-up and reclaim your health. We'll interview experts, authors, researchers, influencers and entrepreneur...

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Breaking old or creating new habits can be a constant source of frustration for many of us. In this episode we discuss sound behavioral strategy for creating lasting habits. Too big and it won't last, small enough and you can outlast anyone.

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

We reference some pearls of wisdom from a master of habit formation Darren Hardy, also author of The Entrepreneurial Rollercoaster.

How many of us strugg...

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February 1, 2019 12 min

Removing the Gall Bladder surgically creates dynamic change in the body. My experience with a ketogenic diet is vast and deep and I'm a big proponent of its healthy benefits WHEN IT IS APPLIED CORRECTLY. (It is not safe for everyone and should always be discussed with your doctor.) Unless you're aware of how consuming even healthy fats affect someone who's had their gall bladder removed you're most likely heading fo...

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February 4, 2019 65 min

Dr. Jason Richardson is a psychologist,world class athlete, pan am gold medal winner and author. In this episode we discuss the games we all play in life to avoid having it all. Dr. Jason discusses the simplicity of how to be honest with yourself without judgement and recognizing how we train ourselves to get in our own way. 

 

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In this episode, Dr. Mike Vanderschelden, the author of "The Scientific Approach to Intermittent Fasting" shares the benefits of intermittent fasting from a research perspective. In his best selling book (amazon.com) he references the volume of research pointing to our ancestral history of fasting and how it can serve as a solution to myriad metabolic conditions and diseases the majority of Americans struggle with everyday....

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February 24, 2019 63 min

In this episode Anna Manayan, Licensed acupuncturist, attorney and author of Escaping Your Low Energy Trap. She share some uncommon solutions your Doctor never told you about. While our health care system is amazing at emergency care, it has fallen miserably short in treating chronic conditions. Anna shares her journey to her discoveries and the lengths she's gone to help her patients solve their low energy, hormonal and detoxi...

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February 27, 2019 41 min

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March 3, 2019 16 min

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This Episode brings light to the possibility of your being the last to know. Our life experiences resulted in our adapting behaviors and skillets of survival. Albeit necessary and HUGELY valuable at the time, doesn't mean they're as valuable 10, 20 or even 30 years later. Where are you the last to know and how can you shed light on you...

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March 5, 2019 29 min

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Debunking the myths of the Keto Diet is an ongoing conversation that I hope brings listeners to ask more questions. Improving brain health, reducing the top 3 preventive inflammatory diseases like CVD, Type II and Type III Diabetes and some cancers is supported by current and past research. As a consumer, the machine of Health care has nothing...

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Putting yourself in a patients shoes isn't just cliche, it's magically revealing. As a patient, the system of healthcare is wrought with compliance, liability, legality that complicate and get in the way of focusing on the person. These 3 questions set the stage for improved outcomes - for the patient.

Too often the patient gets lost i...

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March 26, 2019 17 min

My practice is filled with amazing people with tangible, measurable problems that often times are directly linked to their dietary habits. There are a few very common, culprits that predominantly create inflammation in the body. This statement is not meant to be a gross generalization applied to everyone, but rather is based on an individual’s response and body markers.

Genetically Modified foods, sensititives, allergies, Autoimmun...

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April 7, 2019 55 min

In this live interview, Dr. Lou and I discuss the link between nutrition, absorption and how the link with digestion will affect he spine and musculoskeletal system and vice versa.

There is vital information in this interview alone, holding great value, but also will be the beginning of a longer deeper conversation I’ll address over time at much greater depth for your own application.

Enzymes are crucial for the processing of our f...

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April 9, 2019 18 min

The Poem I reference is written and published by Joseph Malins back in 1895. Joseph Malins is known for a wise poem titled "The Ambulance Down in the Valley". Its historical message still resonates today, albeit quieted by the noise of societal happenings and massive informational overload. 

The age old question of prevention and being proactive vs. avoiding and "fixing" after the fact still looms in board room disc...

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April 27, 2019 31 min

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Disc injections for spinal disc herniations, bulges, prolapses or extruded disc injuries are a popular medical procedure centered on pain management. They come with risks and long term ramifications. I discuss informed consent, pros/cons and long term ramifications as well as sound science behind solutions to this rampant problem.

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May 14, 2019 87 min

In this interview Morley and I discuss the importance of minerals and their importance with inflammation and oxidative stress. There are misconceptions as to the RDA's (Recommended Daily Allowances), DV's (Daily Volume) and EAR's (Estimated Average Requirements). What is being put in your food can literally create a toxic environment while you're being told its safe. 

What does Magnesium deficiency lead to? What'...

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May 16, 2019 21 min

Conventional Medicine would have you believe that you can be fixed and you're more of a victim of ill-health and that the answers are outside of you. In this episide  "Homeostasis" is a foundational concept that when grasped and applied, can begin to help you unravel your symptoms and see not only the brilliance of your experience, but the value in why they're there in the first place. Lastly you can then have choic...

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June 19, 2019 69 min

Pediatric chiropractor, Dr. Skip Wyss shares his story and his purpose to impact the health care and functional capacity of our next generation. Gain perspective and a new viewing point from this enlightening interview with one of the great influencers in our profession.

 

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August 9, 2019 36 min

PPI's: The Dangers Untold 36:32 Wade Anunson, DC 

Antacids are a multi-billion $$ industry for a reason. This rampant challenge with digestion is extremely common. Although relief can be obtained from either prescription or OTC meds such as omeprizole, tums, Ranitidine, etc., there are many deeper problems that arise from their use. This episode touches on where to begin actually restoring balance as well as understanding the r...

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September 20, 2019 50 min

CBD is a hot topic and there's a vast difference in quality on the market. Join us for this colorful interview with CBD expert and entrepreneur, Dr. Jimmy Lopez as we discuss how it works, what to look for, how to know its quality and safest for your family. 

Understand the difference between CBD, hemp and marijuana and the various levels found in each.

Healing Flower CBD

 

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September 22, 2019 20 min

Our need to control things in our life is subtle, yet undermine's our goals and vision. Yours truly opens the discussion to see where, how and why our need to control may be our costliest habit, especially if we're entrepreneurs.

How does control show up in your life? What's behind your need to control this one thing or all of these things? How do I let go of the need to control and still have, pursue and meet my goals?

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