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Learn how to use a low carb, real food diet, lifestyle changes, and functional medicine to master your blood sugar and reverse type 2 diabetes . Join diabetes expert Dr. Brian Mowll as he shares inspiring conversations with the world's leading health experts, nutritionists, physicians, and people who have overcome the diabetes struggle and mastered their blood sugar.
 
Multi-passionate entrepreneurs and millennials Mallory Kaufman(she/her), Austin Mark(he/him) and Katherine Peach(she/her) are joined by experts, innovators and advocates who carved their own path and embrace finding meaning at work, and (dare we say?) purpose (inspiration/creativity/etc) in their lives. We break down what it means to assemble a dream career, make a living doing more than one thing, and thrive in today’s trash fire of an economy. We believe podcasts can be more than one thing ...
 
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Denver-based Kelsey Sanders is a Neuro Physical Therapist who specializes in dizziness by day. She’s also a weekend warrior and micro-influencer who explores the Rocky Mountains with her pup Oliver for @fourpaws.twofeet on Instagram. Her dual roles offer the chance to pursue both passions and impact people both online or IRL (in real life). Co-host…
 
We’re back! After major moves (we’re almost bi-coastal?) and literal surgery (on the throat, no less) your three hosts gather for a quick and loose catch up to talk what’s new in their lives and chat about what’s to come in the second half of the inaugural season. Mallory, Austin and Katherine also share highlights from past episodes (spoiler alert…
 
In the before times, Adam Koch was an incredibly busy set designer living in New York and working all over the US. His time was consumed by running his own business and constant rotation of projects as a designer - miniaturist - puppeteer. All of that came to an unexpected and swift halt when NYC/the world were "sleeping beauty-ed" (our new, better…
 
This week on the pod we speak with Maker Eric Angus. Eric opened our eyes to the maker universe and showed us how the term is certainly in conversation with multi-hyphenate. Eric makes sustainable skateboards, works with cement (have you ever seen a cement lake?), is on the install team at an art museum AND is starting his own collaborative studio …
 
This week on the pod we speak with bud tender - artist - & hotel management specialist Miles GordonMiles made the leap to the cannabis industry filled with a “whole lotta hope.”After nearly a decade into a career in hospitality and hotel management he realized that he wanted to make a BIG career shift (spliff?)...He left his big time job in managem…
 
Lyla Weinstein is a kindergarten / first grade teacher who infuses her life with creativity and passion so that she can bring vibrancy, dimension and joy to the children in her class room. Her professional journey is rooted in teaching, but her wide array of interests also sustain her outside of the classroom. Passionate about art, Lyla uses oil pa…
 
Degrassi is a Canadian teen drama known for serving authentic and boundary-pushing realness and for giving the world Drake (yes, that Drake). TV's longest running TV series also gave us the incredible Christina Schmidt — an actress, turned body-positive model, turned influencer for fashion, wellness, & lifestyle. Schmidtt nearly broke the internet …
 
What happens if you feel bad about being a multi-hyphenate? Ditching the dreams of law school Lauren Ford took on a range of positions at Vogue, the state of New York, financial planning and Target. After she decided to not beat herself up about an unexpected career path, Lauren learned how to embrace self care. She also shares how she let go when …
 
Millennials (and Gen Z) have been blamed for upending decades-long industries like pricy engagement rings, buying homes, purchasing new cars, and working with the same company until retirement. Through all this blame (oh no, there goes JC Penny!), have any of these naysayers stoped to wonder why? It might not be what you think. Did you know minimum…
 
This week we talk about the balancing act that is being a multi-hyphenate. Framed through the lens of a career in the hospitality industry we discuss how self-care can be put on the back burner. Sometimes it takes big life moments (read: getting fired, a divorce, or a family illness) to force a renewed look at how you are taking care of yourself, n…
 
This week we talk about advocacy in its many forms. Political and social advocacy, advocating for your self at work, and advocating for your passions as a multi-hyphenate. We're joined by communications specialist Brittany Crocket, who fills her days as a Director of Partnerships & Licensing for a nonprofit and as a Senior Account Executive for a c…
 
So, do you feel like an imposter? Maybe you feel like a fraud at at work. What about devaluing your worth, aka charging less than pays the bills or acting like your accomplishments don't matter? Well, you might be suffering from imposter syndrome. This episode we explore the term coined in 1978 by two American psychologists, Pauline Clance and Suza…
 
This week we dig into the daily struggle of being a multi-hyphenate, which can be both liberating and totally overwhelming. Co-hosts Katherine, Austin and Mallory explore the feeling that at any moment you can reinvent yourself through new knowledge and skills (this is the first day of the rest of your life…). At the same time, juggling multiple ro…
 
What is a multi-hyphenate anyway? We’re exploring how this buzz word jumped ship from Hollywood to apply to today’s multi-passionate entrepreneurs. Join cohosts Austin, Mallory and Katherine who share their wandering career stories, including what led them to start their own businesses, head into the nonprofit world, and how they pivoted when caree…
 
Dr. Anna Cabeca is committed to supporting women to thrive physically, emotionally, sexually, and even spiritually as they go through the natural and inevitable life shift of menopause. Dr. Anna Cabeca has spent years developing and perfecting a complete suite of life-changing products and programs. Everything Dr. Anna creates is part of her daily …
 
Dr. Brad Gorski has a passion for helping others eliminate autoimmunity. People with autoimmune disease suffer from symptoms for years before they get answers. Eliminating his own autoimmune disease led him to a system of customized health coaching that is impacting those with autoimmune problems. We are in the infancy of understanding autoimmunity…
 
Dr. Mariza Snyder is a functional practitioner, women's health expert and the author of seven books: The #1 National Bestselling book, The Essential Oils Hormone Solution, focuses on balancing hormones with the power of essential oils. Other bestselling books are: The Smart Mom's Guide to Essential Oils and The DASH Diet Cookbook. When looking for …
 
Dr. Elena Zinkov has a background as a competitive athlete – that introduced her to the world of sports medicine and how nutrition impacts performance. From there Dr. Elena grew passionate about finding the most innovative and evidence-based techniques for pain management. Now, she is best known for helping busy men and women regain their vibrant l…
 
Maggie Berghoff is an entrepreneur, and celebrity health consultant. Maggie is the founder of Celproceo, a cutting-edge health and wellness agency rooted in Functional and Integrative Medicine, trusted by celebrities, professional athletes, and CEOs/executives. Maggie has been featured in many outlets such as USA Today, Bloomberg, Entrepreneur, Wel…
 
In this episode of Diabetes with Dr. Brian Mowll, we talk to Larry and Kay Lynne Diamond, who have gone from decades of obesity and numerous chronic health problems and to thriving in body and mind using a real food, low carb, high natural fat way of eating and intermittent fasting . Larry has lost 120, Kay Lynne has lost 70 lbs. Both are is now in…
 
In this episode of Diabetes Insights with Dr. Brian Mowll, we discuss several papers on Time Restricted Eating and metabolic health. Dr. Mowll explains the main findings of the research, including a wide range of benefits related to diabetes, blood sugar, lipids, appetitie, and weight loss. He also gives his commentary about the most useful clinica…
 
In this episode, Jeff Cyr dives deep into his story. In 1977, Jeff was rushed to the emergency room for back surgery. He ended up getting a diagnosis of severe lumbar spinal stenosis. Jeff had a hard time walking because of his permanent nerve damage. Most of the day, Jeff would sit in his La-Z-Boy. At 330 pounds, Jeff would need to use his cane to…
 
In this episode of The Coach’s Corner with the Diabetes Coach, Dr. Brian Mowll talks about the most important strategies for blood glucose self-monitoring and discusses other tests such as hemoglobin A1c. Learn about baseline testing, post-prandial testing, and how to do a glucose challenge test to evaluate your body’s response to various stressors…
 
In this episode of Diabetes Insights with Dr. Brian Mowll, we discuss the connection between adipocytes, inflammation, and insulin resistance by examining several papers. Dr. Mowll explains the main findings of three studies including an understanding of how adipokines can drive inflammation leading to insulin resistance and some possible solutions…
 
Lisa Lewtan published the award-winning and best-selling book Busy, Stressed, and Food Obsessed! and went on to host a live radio show called Healthy View Radio (now a podcast called The Healthy View). Recently, she studied in one of the first classes to receive certification as a Designing Your Life coach, based on the NY Times bestselling book an…
 
In this episode of The Coach’s Corner with the Diabetes Coach, Dr. Brian Mowll discusses the different forms of hunger and why many types of hunger are not driven by energy balance or home static needs, but by emotional and psychological desires and imbalances. He shares his thoughts on how to overcome these faulty hunger signals and find peace wit…
 
In this episode of Diabetes Insights with Dr. Brian Mowll, we discuss a 2011 paper from Dr. Osama Hamdy of Harvard University Endocrinology department and the Joslin Clinic evaluating the optimal protein content for the diabetic diet. Dr. Mowll explains the main findings of this study including a detailed description of Dr. Hamdy’s recommendations …
 
Dr. Ethan J. Weiss has been passionate about health since a young child, growing up around a cardiologist father. He eventually went on to attend Vassar College before moving on to medical school and residency at John Hopkins. He came to UCSF in 1998 to complete his clinical and research fellowships in cardiology and has remained on the faculty sin…
 
In this episode of The Coach’s Corner with the Diabetes Coach, Dr. Brian Mowll talks all about snacking and why it’s one of the worst habits for people with insulin resistance, overweight, and type 2 diabetes or blood sugar problems. Conventional doctors and dietitians often recommend eating 5-6 meals per day, or 3 meals with small snacks in betwee…
 
In this episode of Diabetes Insights with Dr. Brian Mowll, we discuss a 2018 paper from the Lancet Journal about five novel subgroups types of diabetes. Dr. Mowll explains the main findings of this study including a detailed description of each of the subgroups and how it relates to people with diabetes. He also gives his commentary about the most …
 
Dr. Sarah Hallberg, medical director for Virta Health, discusses research that suggests a reversal of type 2 diabetes in some patients is possible. Virta Health offers a new model for diabetes care that combines real-time remote medical attention and personalized nutritional therapy to create a sustainable lifestyle change in patients. This model o…
 
In this episode of The Coach’s Corner with the Diabetes Coach, Dr. Brian Mowll discusses the various type of diets for people with diabetes and explores the idea of whether or not there’s an ideal diabetes diet. The Coach’s Corner is a solo format podcast with Dr. Brian Mowll sharing insider tips and information about how to address high blood suga…
 
Today Dr. Brian is joined by Dr. Alan Christianson, a NY Times best-selling author, Naturopathic physician who specializes in natural endocrinology with a focus on thyroid disorders. Dr. Alan offers a refreshing perspective on metabolic flexibility and provides a simplified way to understand and measure food consumption. He walks us through his new…
 
“A decrease in insulin sensitivity and an increase in insulin resistance is often seen in aging and is the main feature of type 2 diabetes, but it doesn’t have to be this way. An attention to diet and exercise can maintain youthful levels of insulin sensitivity.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today — scientist, author, and blogger, P.D. …
 
“Weight and food have kept you trapped in a life you don’t love. It’s time to finally change your habits and behaviors, and break all patterns and conditioning around food and eating. It’s time to love yourself and love your life!” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today — Nutritionist Lisa Goldberg. Lisa received a Master’s degree in Clinic…
 
“I help people with diabetes to become experts of their own, lower hemoglobin A1C, better blood sugar, and thrive through inspiring lifestyle changes.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today, Certified Nutrition Coach, Hanna Boethius. Hanna says she loves helping people with diabetes to be healthier and more confident with figuring out a fe…
 
“Brain metabolism — particularly as it pertains to glucose — is central to our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today, Dr. David Perlmutter. Dr. David Perlmutter is a Board Certified Neurologist and four-time New York Times bestselling author. He serves on the Board of Directors and is a fellow of the …
 
“To create better health you need to make a critical shift away from conventional medicine with its disease care focus and myopic view of illness and people, toward one that emphasizes root cause resolutions and that heals the whole person.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today, CEO of KNEW Health, James Maskell. James Maskell has been cr…
 
“Blood Sugar Regulation and Stabilization is the foundation to health.” Those are the words of today’s guest, nutrition therapist, Erin Livers. As an integrated clinical nutrition therapist, health educator, and intuitive chef, Erin Livers empowers people to cultivate a mindful relationship with their body, their creativity, with nature and nourish…
 
“The answers to most of our health issues are at the end of our fork.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today’s show, Sara Vance. Sara is a nutritionist, author, and foodie who’s dedicated to helping people use nutrition and natural lifestyle changes to live their very best life. Her first book, The Perfect Metabolism Plan, provides the ten…
 
Diabetes Champions Segment In this Diabetes Champions segment, Teresa O'Conner shares her story about her surprising type 2 diabetes diagnosed, despite living a "healthy" lifestyle. By following a low carb diet approach and making other important lifestyle changes, Teresa was able to normalize her blood sugar and eliminate diabetes medications. Wat…
 
“The capacity of the human body to heal inspires me every day. When the body has all the nutrients that it needs, genetic factors are fully compensated for and the body is no longer overwhelmed by toxicity, stress, or infection. Extraordinary and complete healing can happen.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today — physician and engineer, …
 
Diabetes Champions Segment In this Diabetes Champions segment, RD Dikeman shares his family's diabetes story. His son Dave was diagnosed early in life with type 1 diabetes and struggled to thrive early using conventional care. After finding Dr. Richard Bernstein and a low carb diet approach and the other important factors for blood glucose manageme…
 
“What we have now is about what we’ve been doing. And if we want to change what we have, we need to change what we’re doing.” Those are the words of Sachin Patel, Dr. Mowll’s guest on today’s Mastering Blood Sugar podcast. Sachin Patel is a guardian of truth and a warrior of light. His superpower is taking complex ideas and distilling them down to …
 
“Glucose may give your body a quick burst of energy but you’ll come crashing down hard and fast — leaving you constantly in search of your next fix.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest on today’s Mastering Blood Sugar podcast, Dr. Will Cole. Dr. William Cole graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences in Los Angeles, Cali…
 
“While carbs and protein raise insulin in the short time, the fat on our body and the fat in our diet have the most significant influence on our insulin levels.” Those are the words of Dr. Mowll’s guest today, engineer and creator or the website Optimising Nutrition, Marty Kendall. Marty Kendall is an engineer with an interest in nutrition who seek…
 
Welcome to the Mastering Blood Sugar podcast! This is episode three, with Dr. Jason Fung. Dr. Jason Fung is the Medical Director and co-founder of Intensive Dietary Management. He’s a Toronto-based kidney specialist, having graduated from the University of Toronto and finishing his medical specialty at the University of California, LA, in 2001. He’…
 
Welcome to the Mastering Blood Sugar podcast! This is episode two, with Dr. Benjamin Bikman — a Ph.D. scientist who specializes in insulin resistance. Dr. Bikman earned his Ph.D. in bio-energetics and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Duke National University of Singapore in metabolic disorders. Currently, his professional focus as a scientist and p…
 
Welcome to the Mastering Blood Sugar podcast! This is episode one, with Ron Rosedale. Your host is Dr. Brian Mowll, the diabetes coach. He is a certified and master-licensed diabetes educator and IFM certified functional medicine practitioner. Each week, Dr. Brian Mowll will bring you an inspiring health or lifestyle expert to help you learn to boo…
 
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