Dr. Ann Shippy is an engineer, physician, and scientist. She works with science, clinical data, and research to provide the knowledge and the tools to achieve optimal health.
Greetings, SuperFriends! In this week's episode, we are once again joined by Dr. Ann Shippy, a former IBM engineer turned traditional medicine doctor, turned functional medicine doctor, turned author, and TEDx speaker. She attended the University of Texas Medical School, after leaving a career at IBM engineering for 10 years. Today she runs a thriving medical practice in Austin, Texas, and is board certified in internal medicine and functional medicine. Now, I wanted to have Dr. Shippy back on the show because, last time, we talked more about fasting and preventing disease, but I wanted to get a better sense of, first off, what epigenetics is, and what it practically means for us. And then I wanted to go a little deeper into mold, because Dr. Shippy has actually written an entire book on mold, as well as go a little deeper on diet, too. So, we expand on everything we talked about last time in the episode, and we also refresh and relearn. I really enjoyed this episode and I learned quite a bit, and that's a pretty good indication that you are going to enjoy this conversation as well! -Jonathan Levi
This week, the wonderfully talented Dr Ann Shippy from Austin, Texas joins me on the show to discuss environmental toxin illness, specifically mould / mold. Ann’s words about the way she practices “My approach to medicine is a unique blend of measured, precise data with a heartfelt and sympathetic attitude towards all of my patients. This method stems from my engineering background and my own failed experience as a patient of traditional medicine. I treat patients suffering from any combination of physical, environmental or genetic issues. The science and research that directly relate our environment and nutrition to health, prompted me to found two health-based foundations. My hope is to contribute to and inspire a positive movement towards solving some of the more complex health challenges we face today – and to help create a world where everyone has the opportunity for wellness.” A deeply caring physician, an expert in detoxification and a desire to get people well, enjoy today's show. If you feel after today’s show you might have a mold issue, please do go back and listen to shows 55 and 77 too as well as reading through my “Whole Mold Story” blog at lowtoxlife.com - You can find all the show notes over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast - Enjoy the show x
Greetings, SuperFriends! Today we are joined by Dr. Ann Shippy. Dr. Shippy has an incredible story of starting medical school late in life, going on to become a functional medicine doctor and then a successful entrepreneur, building her entire brand with books, in the clinic, with supplements, and more. But, even more interestingly, her area of specialty is extraordinary wellness, which she is pursuing by using cutting-edge science, testing, and the latest genetic research to find and treat root causes—and not just the symptoms—of illness. In other words, her area of specialty, and what I wanted to talk on this whole episode about, is preventative maintenance - how do we avoid getting the disease, so that we won't have to treat it. I've been really fascinated by this, as in my own life I'm looking more and more at people around me aging and getting all kinds of weird ailments and afflictions, and I've been asking myself how I, someone who aspires to become SuperHuman, can avoid that whole mess altogether. So, in this episode, you are going to learn a lot about that, and you are going to learn some really interesting things we haven't talked about on the show before. I really enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Ann Shippy, and I'm sure you will too! -Jonathan Levi  
Glyphosate is a synthetic herbicide patented by the Monsanto Company in 1974. It’s now included in hundreds of products around the world and has been associated with myriad health concerns. In this week’s episode, Dr. Ann Shippy shares her scientific research on the subject as well as her work in clinical practice with patients experiencing glyphosate toxicity. January 18, 2018 > Click here to download the completed Matrix from this week’s episode > To learn more about Dr. Shippy and her work, click here > You can read about the Ramazzini Institute’s 13-week study on glyphosate here > Click to find the Great Plains testing that Dr. Shippy mentions > If you’d like to learn more about Glutathione, be sure to listen to episode 11 with Dr. Ben Lynch   Get 15-Minute Matrix podcast notifications delivered to your inbox!
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Austin, TX, USA
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3 hours, 51 minutes