Shawn Stevenson is a bestselling author, and creator of The Model Health Show Podcast.
Shawn Stevenson is the author of Sleep Smarter and creator of The Model Health Show, featured as a top Health podcast in Apple Podcasts. He recently published a new book called Eat Smarter. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. Find someone you genuinely admire, dial in and spend more time with that person. It helps your brain to create healthy and deep pathways of information that you learn from that person. 2. Be cautious about being a Lone Wold and getting various mentors at one time, especially in the same field. 3. Permit yourself to have mentors for different areas, and you may also learn from their peaks and valleys in their life. Ready to find YOUR MENTOR? Pre-order The Common Path to Uncommon Success now and get amazing pre-order bonuses while they last! Sponsors: Thinkific: Launch your own online course and share your knowledge with the world - today! Visit! The Common Path to Uncommon Success: Pre-order now and get amazing pre-order bonuses while they last!
One of the most important conversations we can be having at this time in human history is how to prioritize our mental health. And while it’s generally accepted that mental health struggles are something that we fall victim to, we actually have an immense amount of power and authority over our minds. Neuroscience is such a fascinating, ever-evolving topic, and it’s one that is deeply empowering. Today’s guest, Dr. Caroline Leaf, is a cognitive neuroscientist, a bestselling author, and an expert in all things mind and mental health. On this episode of The Model Health Show, Dr. Leaf is sharing incredible insights from her new book, Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess. You’ll learn important distinctions between the mind and the brain, how to heal from mental trauma, and five steps to build a better brain.  We’re also discussing mental health and its implications on preventable diseases, how to cope with negative emotions, and so much more. This is one of my favorite episodes to date, and I hope this message resonates with you and reminds you how powerful you truly are. So click play, take good notes, and enjoy the show!  In this episode you’ll discover: How Dr. Leaf got into the neuroscience field. Powerful stories of how the brain can heal from trauma. The problem with making mental health struggles part of your identity. How most preventable diseases are driven by the mind.  Why identifying with a toxic label can influence your cognitive ability. The difference between being depressed and experiencing depression. How antidepressants work, and the effects of their advent. What iatrogenic problems are.  The difference between the brain and the mind.  How your thoughts resonate into your cells. What you need to understand about negative emotions.  The importance of deep thinking. How neurogenesis occurs in your sleep, and what those cells are for.  What brain building is, and how often you should do it. How your conscious mind and unconscious mind communicate. 5 steps to manage your mind.  How many days it actually takes to form a new habit. One of the most important roles your telomeres have.    Items mentioned in this episode include:  -- Use the coupon code model for 20% off! -- Get your optimal health supplements at 10% off!   Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess by Dr. Caroline Leaf Books by Dr. Caroline Leaf  Switch App Connect with Dr. Caroline Leaf Website / Podcast / Facebook / Instagram *Download Transcript Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud
On the shelves of every grocery and convenience store across the US, there’s no shortage of products created specifically for boosting low energy. Energy drinks, shots, bars, and even pills have been largely normalized. However, feeling so fatigued that you’d consider reaching for these products is by no means normal.  Instead of putting a bandage on the problem, it’s important that we understand what’s going on behind the scenes of energy production and expenditure. In The Energy Paradox, Dr. Steven Gundry offers an insightful perspective on how gut health, inflammation, and energy are intertwined. Today he’s back on The Model Health Show to discuss the problem with chronic fatigue, and real solutions you can use to increase energy production and feel your best.  You’re going to learn the mechanics of how our Western eating habits overload our mitochondria, how levels of chronic inflammation drain our energy, plus important insights on the function of the immune system and microbiome. As always, Dr. Gundry is bringing invaluable knowledge and an actionable plan forward. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: The meaning behind the title, The Energy Paradox. How many hours per day the average American spends eating.  Why overeating is like a traffic jam in our mitochondria. The problem with normalizing levels of fatigue. How inflammation is like a chronic fire. The connection between low energy and leaky gut. Why adopting an anti-inflammatory diet is often not enough. How consuming a seasonal diet can affect your microbiome.  What postbiotic means. The importance of vitamin D for immune health.  A distinction between vitamin D2 and D3. What it means to eat your sunscreen.  The number one cause of all preexisting conditions. What percentage of the immune system is in the gut.  How to introduce time restricted eating.  Why you might want to consider eating mono-meals for breakfast. How stressful life events can trigger leaky gut.  What an energy snack is, and how exercise can heal your gut.  Items mentioned in this episode include: -- Get your optimal health supplements at 10% off! -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs!   The Wild History of Cereal and Public Health – Episode 412 The Energy Paradox by Dr. Steven Gundry Email with proof of purchase to claim your free gift! Gundry MD Supplements Connect with Dr. Steven Gundry Website / Podcast / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram *Download Transcript Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” -Alice Walker  Over the past year, a lot has changed. Many of us have had to pivot our work situations, how we educate our children, and how we connect with our loved ones. Some folks have struggled to make ends meet and lost access to important outlets like gyms and therapists. Even worse, some people have experienced loss.  Pandemic fatigue has set in, leaving many people feeling exhausted, burnt out, and pushed to their limits. And as you can imagine, living in a place of constant stress and fear can take a toll on our health—both mentally and physically.  On this episode of The Model Health Show, we’re diving back into the studies on COVID-19. You’re going to learn about the psychosomatic effects of the pandemic, including how our immune system responds to our thoughts and emotions. We’re going to talk about how our current climate has politicized science and review recent studies on mask wearing.  Most importantly, you’re going to learn what you can actually do to protect your health and minimize your risk of infections. I hope this episode emboldens you to take authority and responsibility over your own health. Because at the end of the day, you are the most qualified person to take care of you.  In this episode you’ll discover: What a psychosomatic condition is.  How stress and fear can actually change our biology. What psychoneuroimmunology is.  The impact that psychological stress can have on the immune system.  How immune cell activity can improve by walking.  The link between preexisting conditions and COVID-19 deaths. What endemic means. The importance of optimizing our immune system so it can work as intended. How the pandemic has affected mental health in children.  The connection between mood disorders and COVID-19 risk.  What a nocebo effect is.  How effective placebos generally are, and why it matters. The importance of activating your lymphatic system through exercise.   How meditation can increase your natural killer cells.  The role sleep plays in the function of the immune system.  Why the pandemic has been politicized, and why that’s a problem. How science gets oversimplified in the media.  Examples of science being suppressed.  What you need to know about observational studies.  The negative side effects of wearing a mask.  What happens to a mask’s efficacy when exposed to moisture.  The importance of taking responsibility for our own health.  Items mentioned in this episode include: -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs!  -- Use the coupon code model for 20% off! What Is Stress Doing to Our Immune Systems? with Dr. Bruce Lipton – Episode 445 The Meaning Behind Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases with Dr. Alan Preston – Episode 423 Mask Facts: The Science & History of Masks in Medicine  *Download Transcript Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
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May 5th, 1979
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