Mindful Medicine

Mindful Medicine

Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.... Show More

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September 29, 2020

This episode is personal for Dr. Holly, as she battles her own recent cancer diagnosis. Today we are talking to Matthew Zachary, who founded Stupid Cancer, the nonprofit responsible for igniting a global movement advocating for AYA (adolescent young adult) cancer programs and support that brought dignity in the face of health adversity.

This episode is personal for Dr. Holly, as she battles her own recent cancer diagnosis. Today we ...
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With over 30 years in the field, Dr. Joe Nieusma is an expert in the field of toxicology. 

With over 30 years in the field, Dr. Joe Nieusma is an expert in the field of toxicology. 

He says his mission is to help people realize just how toxic our world is and how they can fight back against it. With a focus on pharmaceuticals and water quality, Dr. Nieusma also started an international scientific consulting firm called Superior Toxic...
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As the pandemic continues, and social distancing and canceled plans continue to be the norm, you might be missing your old way of life, those connections to others, and even a simple hug. People are really feeling it these days. 
As the pandemic continues, and social distancing and canceled plans continue to be the norm, you might be missing your old way of life, those connections to others, and even a simple hug. People are really ...
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How is medicinal marijuana manufactured?
In the changing landscape of cannabis legality, the growth of marijuana has become more industrialized.

There are over 100 different active chemical properties present in the cannabis plant. THC is the psychoactive chemical that can get people high. CBD is the chemical that can do wonders for physical conditions. Different parts of the plants are used for different conditions.

Facilities for ma...
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Mary Jo Rapini shares tips for couples on how to keep stress out of the bedroom.
With 24-hour connectivity to phones and work, people are more stressed than ever before.

And, stress oftentimes shuts down your ability to have healthy relationships. It creates conflict with your partner and can make individuals crave isolation. When stressed, everything in your body tightens, your blood pressure rises, and you feel overwhelmed and drai...
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In the U.S., maternal mortality and morbidity disproportionately affect black women at a rate four to five times greater than white women. In New York City, black women are 8 to 12 times more likely than white women to die as a result of pregnancy and birth-related causes.

Joining us to talk about these sobering statistics is Latham Thomas. She supports women in embracing optimal wellness and spiritual growth, especially during the...

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Learn how essential oils can reduce stress and balance your hormones.
Many women try to be everything to everyone, and self-care becomes an afterthought. They fall into a pattern of constantly living in survival mode, where hormone and stress levels are elevated. The result is reduced cognitive function, poor memory, low energy, irregular periods, and disrupted sleep.

Essential oils offer a safe, natural way to disrupt the survival r...
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Ralph Haven's primary passion is helping people get over autoimmune and anxiety conditions by uncovering and clearing the protections and root causes that are keeping those conditions in place.
Ralph Haven's primary passion is helping people get over autoimmune and anxiety conditions by uncovering and clearing the protections and root causes that are keeping those conditions in place.

He is a Medical Intuitive Healer, Teacher...
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When most people think of "habits" they think of bad things. Overeating or picking your nails. But habits can be good things also, and we're going to talk about simple ways to transform your life by incorporating healthy habits day to day. 

When most people think of "habits" they think of bad things. Smoking or picking at your nails. But habits can be good things also, and we're going to talk about simple way...

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WFH is the newest acronym in the cultural lexicon: Working From Home. During this pandemic, it seems like a lot of people are shifting to this type of office. 

WFH is the newest acronym in the cultural lexicon: Working From Home. During this pandemic, it seems like a lot of people are shifting to this type of office.

Whether you're setting up shop at your kitchen table or hunched into your laptop for a Zoom call from bed, ergono...

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Anxiety and dread about the state of the world right now is keeping many of us awake at night.

Anxiety and dread about the state of the world right now are keeping many of us awake at night.

Whether it's your health or your job, some aspect of COVID-19 is probably throwing you off and making it difficult to rest. But we hope you can find some comfort in knowing this is happening to SO many other people right now.

Dr. Michael Awad ...

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Inflammation fuels the fire of most chronic diseases. 

A study published this June in Nature Medicine, says inflammation after meals varies significantly among healthy adults, pointing to the need for personalized eating plans.

The study – which consisted of 1,103 subjects including 600 identical and non-identical twins – demonstrated that surprisingly genetics plays a minor role in determining personal nutritional response and even ...

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Mindfulness is a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and the surrounding environment.

Practicing mindfulness can be especially helpful in times of stress. In our current health crisis, millions of people continue to be affected by COVID-19 in one way or another: Health concerns or worries, employment woes, social distancing rules making it challenging to connect with family and friends have all b...

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We talk a lot about stress on this show. But now more than ever, stress management is key to getting through each day.

We talk a lot about stress on this show. But now more than ever, stress management is key to getting through each day.

Joining Dr. Holly is Dr. Chris Mosunic to talk about holistic ways to de-stress, his company VIDA health, and diabetes management. 

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The temperature of your bed can be the difference between a restful night and a fitful one.From an evolutionary perspective, we’re working against ourselves when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep.

We’ve been disrupting our circadian rhythm by striving towards achieving homeostasis with air conditioning, heating, and artificial lighting. The natural sleep triggers such as the gradual darkening and cooling of our environment ar...
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Our bodies have an innate ability to heal - that is the core of Dr. Holly's mission as a naturopathic doctor and a person.

Our bodies have an innate ability to heal - that is the core of Dr. Holly's mission as a naturopathic doctor and a person.

Dr. Ben Reebs is also a naturopathic doctor and joins Dr. Holly to talk about his journey to this career, and his new book The Serpent & The Butterfly: The Seven Laws of Healing...

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Marianne Ingheim knows what it means to face adversity and tragedy. Raised in a rigid religious household, depression, and anxiety were constants in her life. Diagnosed with breast cancer, she underwent a double mastectomy at 41. After that, her husband, whom she had decided to divorce, committed suicide. These challenges prompted her to probe her own psychological patterns and coping mechanisms. 

In her Out of Love: Finding Your Wa...
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In 2018, Laura Musall woke up with terrible night sweats and texted her girlfriends to complain. That group message sparked what would later become CoolRevolution PJs - cooling pajamas for modern menopausal women.In 2018, Laura Musall woke up with terrible night sweats and texted her girlfriends to complain. That group message sparked what would later become CoolRevolution PJs - cooling pajamas for modern menopausal women. 

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While seeing Jimmy Fallon's kids be an active part of the virtual representation of his show, many parents are struggling to manage work and life.Parents who are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic may be encountering new challenges.

While seeing Jimmy Fallon's kids be an active part of the virtual representation of his show, many parents are struggling to manage work and life. They're suddenly faced with bei...
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Anxiety is an underlying piece of an eating disorder, so the COVID-19 pandemic is especially problematic.We need food to survive. But, for those who have an unhealthy relationship with food, eating becomes complicated. 

Anxiety is an underlying piece of an eating disorder, so the COVID-19 pandemic is especially problematic for individuals who are either struggling with an active eating disorder or are in recovery.

Dr. Allison Chase h...
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