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16. Shifting – the latest advances in gut health

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There is so much about the gut we still don’t know, everyday there are new discoveries made that completely transform how we think about the impact it has on our lives and health. When each of us begins to tap into that knowledge, reconnecting to our prefrontal cortex, and engage in more compassionate actions towards each other, towards our gut, towards the planet, we can move the needle in the right direction

Welcome to The Shift, an investigative series that follows naturopath, nutritionist and author Katherine Maslen as she explores the dysfunctional nature of the health industry and provides people with the tools, knowledge and understanding to make the shift in their lives. Each episode of The Shift features interviews with industry experts in gut and general health from across the globe. They accompany Katherine in tackling the difficult questions surrounding global health. If you want to make the shift towards more informed decisions regarding better health, then this podcast is for you.

In episode #16 of The Shift, shifting – the latest advances in gut health, we reach the conclusion of Katherine’s journey through the gut. We hear from experts Nat Kringoudis, Jenny Tschiesche, Steph Lowe, Dr David Perlmutter, Dr William Davis, Rodney Dietert, Kale Brock, Dr Felice Gersh, Dan Churchill, Pete Evans and Kate Reardon. Katherine explores what is next for gut health and what the information that has been discovered so far means for humanities health long term and immediate future.

In this episode we also talk about:

  • The role that fecal transplants can play in providing options for peoples own microbiome
  • Why treating the entire body, with particular focus spent on the gut, can increase chances for better treatments like cystic fibrosis
  • Focusing on health, rather than illness can make a huge difference in treatment
  • How political ideology can impact whole generations
  • The positive outlook on future generations and their health
  • Make time to just be on your own and make space to recieve ideas and inspiration
  • Your illness more than likely is a response to your environment and your lifestyle
  • How everyday pooping and successful business can go hand in hand
  • There is still so much to learn about the gut
  • Scientization of medicine will continue at a fever pitch, and to some degree this is a good thing
  • Why we are disconnected from the gift of our genome because we’re changing our gene expression for the negative


The Shift Episode #16 guests, in order of appearance:

Nat Kringoudis

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Nat Kringoudis – LinkedIn
Nat Kringoudis – YouTube

Jenny Tschiesche

Jenny Tschiesche – Website
Jenny Tschiesche – Facebook
Jenny Tschiesche – Instagram
Jenny Tschiesche – Twitter
Jenny Tschiesche – LinkedIn

Steph Lowe

Steph Lowe – Website
Steph Lowe – Facebook
Steph Lowe – Instagram
Steph Lowe – Twitter
Steph Lowe – LinkedIn

Dr David Perlmutter

Dr David Perlmutter – Website
Dr David Perlmutter – Facebook
Dr David Perlmutter – Instagram
Dr David Perlmutter – Twitter
Dr David Perlmutter – LinkedIn
Dr David Perlmutter – YouTube

Dr William Davis

Dr William Davis – Website
Dr William Davis – Facebook
Dr William Davis – Instagram
Dr William Davis – Twitter
Dr William Davis – LinkedIn
Dr William Davis – Pinterest
Dr William Davis – YouTube

Rodney Dietert

Rodney Dietert – Website
Rodney Dietert  – Facebook
Rodney Dietert – Twitter
Rodney Dietert – LinkedIn

Kale Brock

Kale Brock – Website
Kale Brock – Facebook
Kale Brock – Instagram
Kale Brock – Twitter
Kale Brock – LinkedIn
Kale Brock – YouTube
Kale Brock – Podcast

Dr Felice Gersh

Dr Felice Gersh – Website
Dr Felice Gersh – Facebook
Dr Felice Gersh – Instagram
Dr Felice Gersh – Twitter
Dr Felice Gersh – LinkedIn
Dr Felice Gersh – YouTube

Dan Churchill

Dan Churchill – Website
Dan Churchill – Facebook
Dan Churchill – Instagram
Dan Churchill – Twitter
Dan Churchill – LinkedIn
Dan Churchill – Pinterest
Dan Churchill – YouTube

Pete Evans

Pete Evans – Website
Pete Evans – Facebook
Pete Evans – Instagram
Pete Evans – LinkedIn
Pete Evans – YouTube

Kate Reardon

Kate Reardon – Website
Kate Reardon – Facebook
Kate Reardon – Instagram
Kate Reardon – Twitter
Kate Reardon – LinkedIn
Kate Reardon – Pinterest


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