Dr. Kristin Dawson sits down with Ms. Toni Myers and her Locust Trace Agriscience students to discuss how to grow seasonal fall vegetables and eat with gratitude and mindfulness. Dr. Dawson dives into a step-by-step explainer of how to engage in mindful eating so you can practice it at home and with your loved ones. Plus a seasonal soup recipe from Executive Farmer-Chef Jason Walls. We hope you enjoy this very special episode!
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Digital Wellness w/ Nina Hersher
39:18Join us as we sit down with Nina Hersher, CEO of the Digital Wellness Institute. She teaches us how to practice digital wellness to improve your health, wellbeing, and productivity and gives us tools that can support your health through tech.
Cultivating gratitude in kids
39:52Dr. Kristin Dawson, Dr. Matt Dawson, and Dr. Mike Mallin discuss how to cultivate gratitude in children. You'll leave this episode not only understanding the importance of learning gratitude from a young age but actionable tips you can take at home to practice gratitude as a family.
Algorithms and Longevity
27:18From the Wild Health Summit, Ryan Smith covers genomics and DNA methylation to analyze age-related conditions, how to treat aging, and algorithms that determine your longevity. Wild Health Summit is our twice a year in-person gathering. Immersed in the wilderness for 3 days, the attendees will hear cutting edge medical topics, taste wild plants, listen to stories around a campfire, and build resources the traditional way. Inspiring teachers will show us that it is possible to live in harmony with the land, ourselves and one another. Go to www.WildHealthSummit.com to check out the next gathering in May 2022.
Gratitude + Mindful Eating
33:30Dr. Kristin Dawson sits down with Ms. Toni Myers and her Locust Trace Agriscience students to discuss how to grow seasonal fall vegetables and eat with gratitude and mindfulness. Dr. Dawson dives into a step-by-step explainer of how to engage in mindful eating so you can practice it at home and with your loved ones. Plus a seasonal soup recipe from Executive Farmer-Chef Jason Walls. We hope you enjoy this very special episode!
Holiday Eating Tips and Tricks
15:46As the holidays start to roll around Dr. Matt Dawson and Dr. Mike Mallin take a moment to share their Thanksgiving traditions, how to incorporate healthier choices during the holidays, and share gratitude for our Wild Health community. Stay tuned until the end for a special recipe book the Wild Health team made just for you.
Gratitude and Squats........wait.....what?!?!
48:21Gratitude and Squats........wait.....what?!?! Yep, listen in to Drs. Kristin Dawson, Mike Mallin, and Matt Dawson on all the scientific benefits of gratitude, journaling, and some pro tips on how to get the most out of it.
Rob LoCascio on using mindset and meditation to create entrepreneurial longevity
45:48Rob LoCascio is the founder & CEO of LivePerson, a publicly held, global technology company that develops conversational commerce and AI software. He shares the lessons he learned as a young entrepreneur and how meditation and becoming a student of his own brain have helped him reshape his mindset from a path of burnout to one of entrepreneurial longevity.
Introducing CrossFit Precision Care
52:45CrossFit CEO Eric Roza and Dr. Julie Foucher join Dr. Matt Dawson to discuss the evolution of CrossFit Health and the inception of CrossFit Precision Care, a personalized medicine practice. We discuss why CrossFit is uniquely positioned to revolutionize healthcare, the importance of primary care visits, even for healthy individuals, the CrossFit Precision Care patient experience, and how other practitioners can get involved with the CrossFit Health movement. To learn more visit care.crossfit.com.
Author, storyteller, and herbalist Doug Elliott
30:54Author, storyteller, and herbalist Doug Elliott uses wilderness adventure as a metaphor to impart pearls of wisdom as he interweaves wild plant knowledge, poetry, fishing stories, and more in this lively presentation. This was recorded at our spring Wild Health Summit. We'll be doing it again this fall! Sign up at wildhealthsummit.com.
Ritual and sacramental plant medicine with clinical herbalist and medicine maker Andrew Ozinskas.
32:30Andrew discusses the contributions of alchemy to early medicine, how the crystalline lattice structure of our DNA provides a direct link to our ancestors, and history on the traditional use of psychoactive and medicinal plants. This was recorded at our spring Wild Health Summit. We'll be doing it again this fall! Sign up at wildhealthsummit.com.