Change the Way You Age

Change the Way You Age

Did you know you can change the way you age? If you're like the patients I see in my medical practice, you want to feel better, live healthier, look better, and improve your cognitive function to feel great inside and out. This podcast contains medical content focused on changing the way you age. So, what will you manifest? Health & vitality or aging with disease? To optimize your body and brain, I share insights from Functional, Cellular, and Regenerative Medicine. Let me help you create the health and vitality you desire. Listen for more info! ****************** Dr. Tracy Page is the founder of Wisconsin Institute of Functional Medicine (WIFM) and an Anti-Aging/Functional Medicine specialist. She is triple board-certified in three medical specialties. She is a diplomat of the Board of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Physicians. She has completed two fellowships: The Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative, and Functional Medicine and Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine. Practicing Functional Medicine, Dr. Page has expertise in bioidentical hormone therapy, thyroid disease, metabolic/cellular medicine, medical weight loss, human performance optimization, gut health, and sports medicine. She also has earned Advanced Certification in Integrative Medicine and Peptide Therapy. Dr. Page is a leading expert in peptide therapy in the Midwest and has completed a master's in Cell and Molecular biology allowing her to transition between the science and practice of medicine with ease. Among her many accomplishments, Dr. Page also has a robust online weight loss membership program for patients to educate the masses on how to change the way you age. She spends her free time with her husband, Doug, the three kids; enjoying sports, golf, exercise, church, and all that life will bring her way. To learn more about her services, go to www.wisconsinfunctionalmed.com.

Episodes

September 21, 2021 41 min

I interview registered dietician, Shana Hussin. We discuss how fasting can heal the body and allow you to develop nutritional peace around food.

Items covered include:

  • What the acronym PEACE stands for with respect to fasting
  • Why the traditional food pyramid and dietary recommendations fail most people when it comes to losing weight
  • Reversing chronic disease, and getting healthy
  • How fasting will decrease gut issues like bloating, gas,...
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    At Wisconsin Institute of Functional Medicine we strive to help our patients with natural solutions to thinning hair and hair loss. We will share with you the types of peptides, compounds, and PRP procedures that can help restore your hair; making it thicker, fuller, and even longer. You don't have to settle for thinning hair and bald spots. There are pre-treatment protocols that are researched and proven to help.

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    At Wisconsin Institute of Functional Medicine we are committed to helping our patients achieve optimal health. Today we are focused on peptide protocols which will help you optimize your brain and body.

    What you'll learn:

  • How peptides are different from medications. You don't have to take these forever! Let's create more efficient cells so your body can be more efficient.
  • CJC/Ipamorelin: How this peptide can improve slee...
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    Peptides have been around for over 80 years. So why isn't anyone talking about them? I have a special guest, Leonard Pastrana, who is here to talk peptides! He is a father, pharmacist, and BioHaker specializing in human optimization.

    At Wisconsin Institute of Functional Medicine we are committed to helping our patients achieve optimal health. Today we are focused on peptide protocols which will help you optimize your weight los...

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    A brief overview of the difference between Functional, Cellular, and Regenerative Medicine, and why it's needed for optimal patient care. The practice of medicine is typically focused on one system (ex: GI, Cardiac, Endocrine), and is symptom treatment oriented. In functional medicine we look at the patient as a whole, taking into account all modifiable lifestyle factors to prevent and treat disease. All systems are interrelate...

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    You may not know this, but high blood pressure is known as the silent killer.

    According to the American Heart Association, high blood pressure affects nearly half of the adults in America, and because symptoms don't always show, many people don't even realize that they have high blood pressure until it's too late. That's why it has been named the silent killer.

    Today you’ll learn:

  • The difference between normal and h...
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    What stands between where we are and where we want to be? It's usually how we think about something, and more often than not, we choose thoughts of confusion and fear. What if you didn’t choose confusion or fear, but instead you chose awareness and certainty? In today's podcast we uncover what it means to choose our thoughts surrounding our health and life choices.

    You will learn:

  • How to be aware of your thoughts
  • What it mea...
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    Considering a spring detox diet or program to improve your energy, mood, or weight? Today, we're going to cover this common topic to make sure what you're doing is healthy.

    Today we will cover:

  • Toxins, what are they and why do they matter
  • How the liver functions - Phase 1 & 2 detoxification
  • What are detox programs
  • What happens inside your body when you're doing a detox program
  • What happens to your metabolism and health ...
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    Gluten-free is a big fad right now. But is gluten a problem for you? I’m going to tell you all about gluten – what it is, sensitivities related to it, symptoms of those sensitivities and what it all might mean for you, personally.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • What gluten is.
  • The difference between celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
  • How to test for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
  • Why people who are sensitive to g...
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    Today we’re talking everything “thyroid.” We’ll cover where it is and what it does. Let’s talk about how and why it stops working. What are the ​different ​types of thyroid disorders and what are the symptoms of an underactive or overactive thyroid? ​Then, we'll cover what tests ​you ​should have done ​in order ​to evaluate your thyroid and​, finally,​ what treatment options exist​.​

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • Abo...
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    Have you heard of this concept of future self? Thinking about what your future self would tell you to do today can be very powerful in helping you make decisions. This can get you thinking about your life – things you’ve done and things you haven’t done, and it can make you consider what you want your life to look like.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • Dr. Tracy’s examples of using this concept.
  • What “fail ahead of time” mea...
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    High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) are exercises arranged as short bursts of tough work. The whole point of high-intensity training is to kick up the intensity, and it’s the key to boosting endurance, increasing your metabolism, regulating your insulin levels and losing body fat.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • HIIT not only burns calories during the workout but after the workout as well.
  • Learn what EPOC is and why it’...
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    February 2, 2021 30 min

    Hair is a big feature in our lives, and it affects all of us. What causes hair loss? Why do we have it and what can we do about it? It’s a HUGE concern. Just know, that with some changes in hormones and supplements, you can most likely be back to “normal” soon. Listen in and find out how!

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • Facts about our hair.
  • The three phases of hair growth.
  • Things that affect hair growth.
  • The three most commo...
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    The Pause Weight Loss Program is specifically designed for women over 30 who are struggling with weight gain. Sustainable weight loss isn’t about reaching a goal quickly and losing 40 pounds in 6 weeks. It’s about habits and lifestyle change. Today, you’ll hear three amazing success stories from women who reached, and even surpassed, their pre-conceived goals.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • Three amazing success stories f...
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    Are you experiencing decision fatigue? 40% of what we do during the day comes from our habits, but 60% is based on decisions we have to make. That can be exhausting. Let’s talk about what decision fatigue is, why it’s important, why it occurs and some strategies you can use to manage it.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • The definition of decision fatigue.
  • Episode on habits - What “Dots” Chewy Candy Taught Me About Habits
  • How ...
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    Let’s talk about intermittent fasting – what it is, the benefits, as well as the symptoms you may encounter and how to combat them. I’ve also included links to some of the research for you to follow up on. This is such an important topic and can totally change the way you age!

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • Why intermittent fasting is such an important topic.
  • Link to the episode What “Dots” Chewy Candy Taught Me About Habi...
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    New year resolutions are common this time of year, but here’s why Dr. Tracy believes that focusing on habits is more important. Also in this episode - how Dots candy helped her understand the concept of habits.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • The seven most common bad habits.
  • The small decisions and actions that we do every day are the sum of our habits.
  • Duke University – 40% of what we do is determined by habits, not decisi...
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    One of the most important things you can do to help you age well, is to get plenty of sleep. But sometimes as we get older, different things negatively affect that ability. Today I’ll give you several suggestions for things you can do to help you get a good night’s sleep.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • Circadian rhythm and sleep explained.
  • Prioritize exercise.
  • The effect blue light has on your sleep.
  • How food affects your sl...
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    Estrogen dominance is a wide-spread problem for women, and it can cause all kinds of symptoms. Tune in to find out what those symptoms are, what labs you should have checked and the dietary and lifestyle changes you can implement to reverse those symptoms.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • The two reasons women experience estrogen dominance.
  • The signs/symptoms that you may have estrogen dominance.
  • Two different types of estrog...
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    “Stress” is defined as how our body responds to a non-specific demand for change. Talk about a year that demanded change! 2020 has been stressful for us all. Today we’ll talk about what causes stress, why you have it and how to manage/combat it.

    What you'll learn from this episode:

  • How exercise can sometimes be a source of stress.
  • Examples of different types of stress.
  • The meaning of: “You can’t lift a board you’re standing on.”
  • H...
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