Upgrade Your Life: An Interview with Kash Khan

Upgrade Your Life: An Interview with Kash Khan

We are joined by the creator of Educate Inspire Change, an educational platform with over 3.5 million followers, Kash Khan. We dive into Kash’s life story on what inspired him to create his page and how the use of plant medicine has helped him throughout this journey as a father, a son and an entrepreneur. He offers his wisdom on ayahuasca journeys and shares about the documentaries he has made on this powerful plant medicine work being done in Costa Rica.

Read More

What is Meta-Immunity? - An Interview with Dr. Benjamin Kaplan-Singer

What is Meta-Immunity? - An Interview with Dr. Benjamin Kaplan-Singer

Concierge medicine doctor with expertise in ketamine integrative treatment, integrative medicine and psychoneuroimmunology, Benjamin Kaplan-Singer MD, joins us today. He shares information about the true nature of meta-immunity, anti-fragility and biohacking tips to further improve your meta-immunity. Dr. Ben has 18 years of experience in biomedical research and has been teaching his patients how to be masters of self-care so they can be free from chronic disease and reclaim their vitality.

Read More

Reframing The Stigma Surrounding Death and End of Life Experiences: An Interview With BJ Miller, MD

Reframing The Stigma Surrounding Death and End of Life Experiences: An Interview With BJ Miller, MD

BJ Miller, hospice and palliative care doctor at the University of California, San Francisco Cancer Center and the co-author of the book "A Beginner's Guide To The End: Practical Advice For Living Life And Facing Death, joins us today to discuss a topic that is often avoided at all costs: death. 

Read More

Optimizing Female Hormones: An Interview with Dr. Christiane Northrup

Optimizing Female Hormones: An Interview with Dr. Christiane Northrup

Dr. Heather Sandison is joined by women’s health expert, visionary health pioneer, wellness speaker, and New York Times Best-Selling author, Dr. Christiane Northrup. We dive into women’s health and how to balance female hormones. 

Read More

Evidence-Based Nutrition: An Interview with Dr. Michael Greger

Evidence-Based Nutrition: An Interview with Dr. Michael Greger

In order to take control of your health, it’s important to learn how to make your own decisions on nutrition based on the information available, and carefully looking at both sides of arguments. Dr. Michael Greger joins us to shed light on corruption in the food industry and to share resources on where you can find info on evidence based nutrition. His mission is to give people the tools to make the right decisions.

Read More

Exploring Self-Actualization for Greater Happiness: An Interview With Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D

Exploring Self-Actualization for Greater Happiness: An Interview With Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D

In this episode Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D, humanistic psychologist, cognitive scientist, and educational philosopher joins us to dive deep into the topic of self-actualization for greater happiness.

Read More

Introducing Jamie Wheal on Collective Insights

Introducing Jamie Wheal on Collective Insights

HomeGrown Humans is actualizing human potential in the rapidly changing world we’re in. Jamie Wheal will host episodes on the Collective Insights podcast with today’s most brilliant minds and hearts in a true spirit of inquiry, to engage in generative dialogue and perhaps break through to new levels of understanding and sensemaking about our changing world and the place of humanity within it.

Read More

Ethnobotany & Psychedelics: An Interview with Wade Davis

Ethnobotany & Psychedelics: An Interview with Wade Davis

Wade Davis joins Jamie Wheal to share the indigenous practices using plant medicines that are highly relevant to today’s world and are still in use in modern indigenous cultures. There is a long history of psychedelic plant medicines, rituals and shamanic practices. Wade sheds light on the rich history of psychedelics in the Americas and the scientific research that started the ‘psychedelic era.’

Read More

Autoimmune Disease, Trauma, and Toxins: An Interview with Katie Wells

Autoimmune Disease, Trauma, and Toxins: An Interview with Katie Wells

Katie Wells joins us to discuss her best practical tips for maintaining good health. Her own journey with an autoimmune disease caused her to research extensively on how to heal. In this episode she reveals how even with eating all of the most anti-inflammatory foods and exercising, she noticed the biggest improvement in her health when she began releasing trauma and practicing self love. 

Read More

Psychedelic Research and Culture: An Interview with Rick Doblin

Psychedelic Research and Culture: An Interview with Rick Doblin

Rick Doblin, Ph.D., is the founder and executive director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). He shares the in depth founding story of MAPS, and gives a glimpse into what he's currently working on. Psychedelics have played a huge role in shaping cultures throughout history. Join us to learn about what we can expect for the future of psychedelic research and how the way they are perceived in our culture will continue to change.

Read More

The Connection Between Lectins and Leaky Gut - An Interview With Steven Gundry, MD

The Connection Between Lectins and Leaky Gut - An Interview With Steven Gundry, MD

Dr. Steven Gundry is a medical doctor, clinician, researcher, and a well-known author who has spent the last two decades studying the microbiome and helps patients use diet and nutrition as a key form of treatment. He retired as one of the world’s top cardiothoracic surgeons to teach patients how to eat, guiding them on how to get ahead of the problem, not fixing it after the fact.

Read More

Sleep Advice & Wearable Sleep Tech: An Interview with Dan Gartenberg, PhD

Sleep Advice & Wearable Sleep Tech: An Interview with Dan Gartenberg, PhD

Does wearable tech actually help you sleep better? Daniel Gartenberg joins us to answer this question. He shares his best tips to address your unique sleep challenges and offers suggestions for how to best utilize wearable sleep tech. Gartenberg has a Ph.D in Cognitive Psychology, and is an adjunct assistant professor at Penn State University.  His current research is focused upon accurately tracking sleep quality through wearable technology. But he doesn’t just want to measure it, he wants to make it better.

Read More

Creating Great Habits for Sleep: An Interview with Molly Maloof, MD

Creating Great Habits for Sleep: An Interview with Molly Maloof, MD

If you can sleep, then you need sleep. Oftentimes people will sacrifice sleep in the name of productivity, but that actually makes you less effective and less productive. Dr. Molly Maloof is on the frontier of personalized medicine, medical technology, health optimization, and scientifically-based wellness endeavors. She joins us to share how sleep works and what we can do to get a better night’s sleep.

Read More

How to Care for Your Soul: An Interview with Sue Phillips

How to Care for Your Soul: An Interview with Sue Phillips

We are joined today by the co-founder of Sacred Design Lab, an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, Sue Phillips. She is the co-author, with colleagues Angie Thurston and Casper ter Kuile, of Design for the Human Soul. We dive into the American religion and how this has shifted throughout the years. Sue reminds us of the value in tradition, as many people are grasping to design their own completely new spiritual practices. 

Read More

COVID-19 Breaking News: An Interview with John Mattison, MD

COVID-19 Breaking News: An Interview with John Mattison, MD

This episode transcript contains important information about the new coronavirus to help protect your health and help stop the spread of COVID-19. Today we have with us John Mattison, MD. He is working currently on COVID-19 policy, diagnostics, and critical care. He's also an expert in health technology, virtual care, telemedicine, and very timely health informatics. Dr. Mattison is the former Chief Medical Information Officer at Kaiser Permanente.

Read More

Exercise for Longevity: An Interview with Thomas DeLauer & Simon Shawcross

Exercise for Longevity: An Interview with Thomas DeLauer & Simon Shawcross

Dr. Heather Sandison is joined by YouTube star, Thomas DeLauer and the founder and director of HITuni, Simon Shawcross to talk about training your body for optimal health and longevity. We dive into the science behind resistance training, and explain the protocols that are safest and the most effective to support wellbeing and healthy aging. We also cover how to eat the best diet to go along with your training program. 

Read More

Exploring Global Systems Through the Lens of Indigenous Thinking - An Interview With Tyson Yunkaporta

Exploring Global Systems Through the Lens of Indigenous Thinking - An Interview With Tyson Yunkaporta

Tyson Yunkaporta, academic, author, and a researcher who belongs to the Apalech Clan in far north Queensland, joins us today to discuss how Indigenous wisdom can help change the world for the better.

Read More

The Ethics of Technology and the Future: An Interview with Douglas Rushkoff

The Ethics of Technology and the Future: An Interview with Douglas Rushkoff

Futurist media theorist, author, podcast host, and Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at CUNY/Queens, Douglas Rushkoff joins Jamie Wheal to share the emergence of crypto fascism among QAnon, left-wing conspiracies, the new thought plandemic, digital memes as occult sigils, and the end of the world.

Read More

Peter Attia Drive Podcast on COVID-19

Peter Attia Drive Podcast on COVID-19

Brief Summary of Two COVID-19 Episodes from the Peter Attia Drive Podcast

Read More

Solving the Aging Problem: An Interview with Aubrey de Grey

Solving the Aging Problem: An Interview with Aubrey de Grey

Imagine a world where we live to 130, 150 or 500 years old. Anti-aging pioneer, Dr. Aubrey de Grey, joins us to share his confidence in how technology will dramatically extend human lifespan. He joins our host, Heather Sandison, ND, to look at aging as a problem to be solved. In this episode, Dr. Aubrey de Grey offers hope to people looking for cutting-edge therapies to live longer. 

Read More

How to Manipulate Light to Help Improve Mitochondrial Function - An Interview With Matt Maruca

How to Manipulate Light to Help Improve Mitochondrial Function - An Interview With Matt Maruca

In this episode Matt Maruca, CEO of Ra Optics, and citizen scientist joins us to unpack the science behind how light drives mitochondrial function and circadian rhythms.

Read More

Nutrition for Longevity: An Interview with Doug Evans, Nora Gedgaudas and Dr. Jade Teta

Nutrition for Longevity: An Interview with Doug Evans, Nora Gedgaudas and Dr. Jade Teta

What can nutrition experts agree on? We got together a plant based vegan, a pioneer in the paleo eating movement, and two naturopathic doctors who have seen the results of many different kinds of diets. Doug Evans, Nora Gedgaudas and Dr. Jade Teta join Dr. Greg Kelly to discuss nutrition.

Read More

The Science of Longevity: An Interview with Valter Longo, Ph.D.

The Science of Longevity: An Interview with Valter Longo, Ph.D.

There is so much advice on longevity and aging that it can be hard to sort through all of the information. In this podcast transcript we dive into the science-backed approaches for living a longer and healthier life. Valter Longo, Ph.D., has thirty years of experience in longevity and healthy eating, and is one of the world’s experts in the field.

Read More

Ancestral Health and Connecting to Nature: An Interview with Abel James

Ancestral Health and Connecting to Nature: An Interview with Abel James

Dr. Heather Sandison is joined by Abel James to discuss ancestrally inspired practices you can use to reconnect to nature, eat what your body needs, and take advantage of music to meet your goals. Abel James is a New York Times Bestselling Author, musician, and creator of the hit podcast, “Fat-Burning Man.”

Read More

Ending Alzheimer's: An Interview with Dr. Dale Bredesen

Ending Alzheimer's: An Interview with Dr. Dale Bredesen

Dr. Heather Sandison is joined by Dr. Dale Bredesen to discuss the latest research on cognitive decline, how to prevent dementia and how to slow aging.  There has been an increasing amount of hope for Alzhmeimer’s since Dr. Bredesen started his journey, and in this episode he shares what he has learned since he published his last book in 2017.

Read More