Irrefutable Evidence: Isolation Causes Disease

In this episode of “Irrefutable Evidence: Isolation Causes Disease,” host Roy Ice talks to Dr. Matthew Lederman and Dr. Alona Pulde about connection and its relationship to physical health. The renowned physicians from “Forks Over Knives” recently released a new book titled “Wellness to Wonderful”, which advocates for prioritizing connection with others and one’s authentic self. Drs Pulde and Lederman assert that connection is an essential component to optimizing physical health and reversing physical disease. Their groundbreaking health paradigm is built on the first pillar of SELF, which they assert is the foundational component of feeling fully alive and experiencing a state of joy.

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How Stress Affects Your Tribe with Trent Fequet

We all deal with stress. Things like our careers, balancing family time, and maintaining our own health, are just a few examples of things we stress about. But what happens when our stress begins to affect those around us? Well, today we’ll be talking with Trent Fequet, a man who’s learned to manage his own stress, only his stress involves being a founder and CEO of a major company.

A Radically Different Approach to Parenting

How can parents best meet the complex needs of their children in these complicated times? In this episode of “A Radically Different Approach to Parenting,” host Roy Ice talks with Kiva Schuler, founder of the Jai Institute for Parenting, about her new book “The Peaceful Parenting (R)evolution: Changing the World by Changing How We Parent” and a radically different approach to parenting, where we stop asking so many questions about how to get children to behave and examine our behaviors, expectations, and values as parents.

How to Land on Your Feet, Not Your Feelings

In this episode of the Lifestyle.org Podcast, host Roy Ice speaks with David Dennis about his new book, “Gameness: Land on Your Feet, Not on Your Feelings”. Dennis discusses his traumatic past, his father’s premature death and being removed from his home by Child Protective Services and his mother’s death in a house fire. Dennis shares how he overcame a childhood filled with loss and trauma and inspires and encourages people to live an extraordinary life. His story offers inspiring insight into the never-quit mindset and turning adversities into advantages.

Hacks for Success Minded Moms

On this episode of the Lifestyle.org Podcast, Nikki Oden joins Roy Ice to talk about how to create a mom life you love and how to get off the Hot Mess Express — for good! Oden, a happy mom of two shares her story and insights on motherhood and the common struggles with harmonizing what they have to do with what they want to do. She provides realistic advice and life lessons on how to love your mom life and yourself a little more in her new book titled “But Definitely Wear Mascara: Hacks to Help You Love Your Mom Life.”

How Bicycles Are Destroying Human Trafficking

How can a bunch of bicycles help end human trafficking?
In this episode of the Lifestyle.org Podcast, Brad Ortenzi joins host Roy Ice to discuss his upcoming race to raise awareness for child trafficking.
Beginning on June 17, 2023, Ortenzi’s organization is undertaking a 3,000-mile, non-stop, transcontinental relay race from California to Maryland to help raise awareness of human trafficking and raise funds for the nonprofit, ZOE International. There is a diverse group of cyclists, including a detective who works with Homeland Security, a 6th-grade teacher, a bank president, two business owners, a research scientist, a project manager, and a land survey vice president, all united in this important cause.
The episode also explores Ortenzi’s backstory as a former undercover child exploitation investigator and how his experiences in Thailand led him to become involved in the fight against human trafficking with ZOE International. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in learning more about this important cause and how bicycles can play a role in making a difference.

How Lifestyle Psychiatry Can Save Teen Girls from Depression & Suicidal Thoughts

On this episode of the Lifestyle.org Podcast, Cheryl L. Green, M.D. joins Roy Ice to discuss how lifestyle psychiatry can save teenage girls from depression and suicidal thoughts. The conversation revolves around her critically important book, “Heal Your Daughter: How Lifestyle Psychiatry Can Save Her from Depression, Cutting, and Suicidal Thoughts”. Dr. Green talks about the unique stress factors impacting teenage girls and provides parents and caregivers with six concrete ways to help their daughters develop health-promoting, depression-reversing habits. These six domains include nutrition, detoxification, exercise, sleep, emotional connectedness, and stress reduction. Dr. Green emphasizes that healing, even from the worst disasters of childhood and early adolescence, is possible. Overall, “Heal Your Daughter” provides important new contributions to society’s collective understanding and support of today’s girls.

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