The Lindsey Elmore Show

The Lindsey Elmore Show

A podcast that helps you find fulfillment amidst chaos.

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May 11, 2021 48 min
How to reconnect with your body after trauma | Kimberly Ann Johnson Kimberly Ann Johnson is a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing trauma resolution practitioner, birth doula, and single mom. She specializes in helping women prepare for birth, recover from birth injuries and birth trauma, and heal from sexual trauma. Kimberly is the author of ‘Call of the Wild’ and ’The Fourth Trimester’. She is also the host of the Sex B...
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Dr. Jess is a former hospitalist, internal medicine-based medical doctor and a certified Gerson Practitioner. She is an expert in the areas of stealth infections, environmental toxicity, regenerative medicine, ozone, and cannabis. Her passion lies in uncovering the mystery behind the chronic illness, whether that be stealth infections, heavy metals, stress/trauma, or other environmental toxicities. Topics covered in this episode: ...
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Syed M. Rizvi is an anatomy & clinical sciences educator. He is the founder of REV MED, a medical education learning platform, which was an overnight success reaching thousands across the globe, on social media. Syed likes to make things simple. He is a teacher, passionate about leveraging social media to improve student retention and narrow educational gaps. Using his methodology of concise, effective, and simple information ...
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Dr. David Jockers DNM, DC, MS runs one of the hottest natural health websites in www.DrJockers.com which has gotten over 1 million monthly visitors, and his work has been seen on popular media such as the Dr. Oz show and Hallmark Home and Family. His book ‘The Keto Metabolic Breakthrough’ came out in January 2021, and his new book ‘The Fasting Transformation: A Functional Guide to Burn Fat, Heal Your Body and Transform Your Life wi...
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Dr. Kanwal is a practicing naturopathic doctor in Vancouver and is the only Naturopathic doctor trained in Canada in the Apo E Gene diet. She has extensive experience with and is passionate about working with individuals who have rare genetic diseases and suffer many stress related conditions as a result such as mental health issues, insomnia, and low energy. She helps to guide people living with rare diseases to increased mental...
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Melissa Schultz is a postpartum and birth doula. She’s DONA-certified and a CLC. As a mother of two children herself, she believes that birth is truly a transformative experience and that all women deserve and can benefit from the presence of a trained female birth companion. She’s cohost of The LC & Doula Diaries podcast. Topics covered in this episode: • How doulas guide people and families through the entire process of wel...
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Leisha Drews is a women’s health educator and holistic hormone coach about how we can eat effectively to enhance our fertility. She’s a registered Nurse and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner with a passion for natural health. She believes that our bodies have an innate ability to heal themselves with the right support. Topics covered in this episode: • How our fertility cycles are related to our overall health and w...
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David Sandstrom is a Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Nutritional Counselor, and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner. He is the podcast host of ‘Holistic Health Matters,’ which takes a fresh look at health from a whole person: body, mind, spirit perspective. Topics covered in this episode: • Why forgiveness is a critical part of health and well-being. • What forgiveness is not. • The physiological benefits of living a pos...
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Dr. Emeran Mayer is a gastroenterologist, lecturer, author, editor, neuroscientist, documentary filmmaker and a professor in the Departments of Medicine, Physiology and Psychiatry at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA He is a pioneer of medical research into brain-gut interactions. His new book, ‘The Gut-Immune Connection’ hits stores June 8, 2021. Topics covered in this episode: • Why our gut health is so important to th...
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Marta Zaraska is a freelance science journalist, travel writer and ghostwriter published in the Washington Post, Scientific American, the Boston Globe, the National Geographic Traveler. She is the author of Growing Young: How Friendship, Optimism, and Kindness Can Help You Live to 100. Topics covered in this episode: • Why it is harmful to our psyche and to our body as a whole, to be by ourselves for an extended period of time. • ...
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For 100 episodes, this show challenged listeners to think of health and wellness in new ways. Lindsey reflects on the show's past guests, how not only they may have affected your knowledge of health and wellness, but how Lindsey’s own internal assumptions about health and wellness have been challenged. The mission of this podcast is summed up perfectly by Lindsey, “We are all here to truly inspire women of all ages to understan...
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A moment of meditation can help to reset our brains. It can also create a safe space to ask ourselves deep and meaningful questions to help heal and overcome trauma. Reverend Dr. Ronné Wingate Sims is an ordained Baptist Minister, meditation teacher, and speaker who advocates for meditation because of the health benefits not only for us personally, but for the world as a whole. Through her teachings, she creates culturally rele...
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Peak health and performance can be aided majorly by regulation of your brain waves. Today we’re talking about taking mindfulness to the next level in order to become intuitive, passionate and creative. Dr. Patrick Porter is an award-winning scientist who has devoted his career to mental health and researching the brain. He’s the creator of Brain Tap and discusses how we can learn about different brain waves, how they interact wit...
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Throughout Dr. Leslie Apgar's career in medicine, she listened to many complaints from women that traditional medicine failed to address certain ailments.  Now at her medical Cannabis dispensary, Dr. Apgar trains her staff on how to talk to patients about their medical concerns, empowers women everywhere to take ownership of their health. She says that adding in medical Cannabis as one step in the medical equation can help mak...
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Lisa King, pharmacist and author, is sharing simple lifestyle tips to help women have healthier bladders. She breaks down the stigma around urinary incontinence, discussing the medical terms into what it means, how we can help to improve not only urinary incontinence but bladder issues of all kinds. We address the root causes of bladder pain, frequent infections and urinary incontinence with food, supplements, stress reduction an...
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People pleasing isn’t just a bad habit, it’s actually causing physical and physiological damage to our body. Trauma and codependency can manifest within our body, causing adrenal issues, digestive concerns, mental health concerns, depression, anxiety and more. Victoria Albina is a trained Family Nurse Practitioner who has worked in health and wellness for over 20 years. She is a certified Life Coach with a passion for helping wome...
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In the past decades, there’s been extraordinary expansion in health care concerns related to the brain. Today we’re talking about using essential oils to support energy levels, gut health, stress levels, immune system and more. Jodi Cohen is an award-winning journalist, author and functional practitioner who has combined her training in nutrition therapy and aromatherapy to create her company Vibrant Blue Oils. Her blends of esse...
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The mind and body are often regarded as the main focal points of your health. But why so often are we forgetting the science of spirituality, the soul and mental health? Dr. Anna Yusim is a Stanford- and Yale- educated board certified Psychiatrist. She combines her studies of allopathic medicine with spiritual learning to help patients live happier and more meaningful lives. She studied Buddhist meditation, worked with South Amer...
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March 9, 2021 42 min
When coming face to face with an unexpected cancer diagnosis, there may be several heavy emotions. From treatment, to recovering from treatment, to wondering if and when that cancer might come back, the decisions someone coping with a cancer diagnosis is forced to make can feel like weathering an unsettling storm. Cynthia Hayes, a cancer survivor herself, worked with close colleagues including a psychologist, two oncologists and m...
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The health benefits of music therapy are wide-ranging and diverse. Music therapy has been tested in patients with chronic and acute pain, and overall can help to decrease pain and pain perception. But there is a specific type of music that is built on the power of mantra, tone, rhythm, and tempo that is proven to help lift and transform emotions. Today, Lisa Reagan is sharing her background and expertise in this style of music, w...
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