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Gluten Intolerance

Robin Ray Green; Pediatric Acupuncturist

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Robin Ray Green on Nutrition Heretic Podcast Welcome back to part 2 of our episode with Pediatric Acupuncturist Robin Ray Green, author of Heal Your Child from the Inside Out: The 5-Element Way to Nurturing Healthy, Happy Kids. Last week, we talked about non-needle techniques you can use to help heal your children from a wide variety of health issues including digestive disorders and food intolerances.

This week, we look at and expanded definition of the 5 Element Theory and how it can be applied to home and work life. Plus we’ll answer questions from our audience.

Robin Ray Green is a mother of two boys, licensed acupuncturist and herbalist and a leading expert in the field of pediatric acupuncture. She holds a Master’s in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the prestigious Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, California. Robin has over ten years clinical experience helping children with asthma, allergies and eczema heal using Chinese medicine.

An up-and-coming Hay House author, Robin’s book, Heal Your Child from the Inside Out: The 5-Element Way to Nurturing Healthy, Happy Kids, is available now. Her popular kid’s health blog, now at robinraygreen.com, has over 1 million visitors annually and she runs a directory to connect parents to pediatric acupuncture specialists at Kids Love Acupuncture. Robin founded the Center for Advanced Acupuncture Pediatrics, which provides premier pediatric acupuncture training. worldwide.  You can also find Robin on Facebook, in her Facebook group, Heal Your Child Book, her Kids Love Acupuncture Facebook page,

Great Resources From Robin Ray Green:

Highlights from today's episode:

05:27 ~ An overview of the 5 Element Theory and the corresponding organs.

09:56 ~ How the 5 Element Theory applies to home and work life.

Questions from our audience:

17:09 ~ How would you recommend as a parent we help our children be open to trying acupuncture?

18:27 ~ You talk about how you came to be in your field through your need to help your son with his eczema. What other significant health changes have you experienced through journey that has had a great impact on children?

19:22 ~ What guides do you give to parents unsure especially when facing 'modern' medicine being too quick to give out drugs and creams rather than trialling natural medicines. How do you recommend parents handle or determine what is the best method of them and their child?

33:51 ~ My son was recently diagnosed as having the Celiac disease gene, whilst he doesn't have the disease, I've been advised that should signs appear, to get him rechecked. I find this very reactive and not proactive. What would you recommend I do?

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Carbohydrates And Why You Need Them on the Weekly Q&A

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Your Questions Answered About Carbohydrates on the Nutrition Heretic Q&AWill you be seeing 50 Shades of Whey be making an appearance?  Not very likely, but Adrienne shares what's been going on with her book, 50 Ways To Eat Cock: Healthy Chicken Recipes With Balls!  Modern Wheat is different than it was 100 years ago, and more people are reacting to it; but what are the consequences of cutting out gluten when you don't need to?  Do people replace gluten with alternative carbohydrates?   Why are some people so afraid of carbs? What happens when you eat too much fibre? As an added bonus, find out what Adrienne adds to her homemade sauerkrout to make it the best ever! These questions and more are answered on this week's Q&A with The Nutrition Heretic.

Your Questions Answered about Carbohydrates:

  • How is modern wheat different than that of our ancestors?
  • Why do we need carbohydrates?
  • Do we needs as many carbs as we eat in the US?
  • Are carbs a good source of energy?

Links for this episode:

What is the Weekly Q&A?

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How To Have Your Questions Answered

Email us at stjllc.cs@gmail.com with your questions or suggestions for upcoming Q&A events.  Be sure to use Weekly Q&A in the subject line.

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Are You Missing The Mark on Spirituality? Get "Spiritual as Hell" With JP Sears

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Are you missing the mark on spirituality - Get Spiritual as Hell with JP Sears on The Nutrition Heretic Podcast As attendance rates at traditional churches suffer, people are looking for new ways to make sense of this crazy thing called life and more authentic ways of connecting with the divine. But does it work? Join us this week as we talk with Mr. Ultra Spiritual himself, JP Sears, as we discuss a variety of ways that people are attempting to find themselves as well as avoiding the trap of thinking we are better than those who have chosen a different path.

JP Sears is an emotional healing coach, international teacher, world traveler, and curious student of life. His work is intended to empower people to empower themselves to live more meaningful lives. He holds certification as a Holistic Coach Advanced Practitioner through the Holistic Coaching Institute in Columbus, OH.  Most importantly, he has red hair, blue eyes, a caring heart, and a warped sense of humor. 

You can follow JP through his website, YouTubeFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Highlights from today's episode:

6:45 ~ The decline in conventional religion is leading to new ways of seeking spirituality.

13:20 ~ People are giving up God and replacing religion with food cults and atheism.

22:34 ~ JP's videos explain the failings of humankind such as politics, selfies, diets (vegan, paleo, organics).

"Spontaneity is the fountain of youth; predictability is the drought of youth that dries up spontanaity" JP Sears on The Nutrition Heretic Podcast

28:15 ~ "Spontaneity is the fountain of youth; predictability is the drought of youth that dries up spontaneity."

37:14 ~ Are animal lovers spiritual?

55:50 ~ "Smooth water makes lousy sailors."

60:00 ~ JP opens up about gluten intolerance.

64:50 ~ How JP keeps a straight face while making videos.

66:30 ~ Why JP's coaching is so inexpensive when he could charge much more.

Other episodes mentioned in this interview

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What Causes Food Allergies; Caspar Poyck C. Ht.; Clinical Hypnotherapist Talks Digestive Therapy and Emotions

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Caspar Poyck Guest Heretic on The Nutrition Heretic Could your gluten intolerance stem from chronic emotional stress? Well…. Sort of. Clinical Hypnotherapist Caspar Poyck has found that negative emotions, obsessive compulsions and loneliness not only lead to emotional eating, but also to food allergies and intolerances. He helps people transmute those negative feelings into positive ones, helping his clients to overcome food allergies, emotional eating and much more.

You'll also learn more about his annual retreat , where participants get to experience Digestive Therapy first hand with workshops, yoga, cooking classes, waterfall hikes, and even make your own bar of chocolate to take home with you!  After the interview, head on over to Caspar's website, What Makes You Eat or  on YouTube.

But first, listen in as Caspar shares his methods and miraculous outcomes simply by helping people to shift their relationship with food in this episode of the Nutrition Heretic Podcast.

Highlights from this episode:

5:15 ~ What is Digestive Therapy?

9:19 ~ Find out the link between a certain personality type and gluten intolerance

11:50 ~ Find out what part emotions play in our digestive system.  Add any other phrases you know in the comments below!

18:00 ~ What makes fasting work.... and what makes it fail.

24:50 ~ The forgotten and perhaps 2nd most important aspect of what food does for us?

29:04 ~ When does food become a cult?

31:31 ~ What is  "Supercharged Brain Hacking"? Caspar explains.

45:22 ~ The most important question to ask your food before you eat it.

50:15 ~ How to get in on Caspar's Sacred Cacao Retreat, workshops, and counselling services.

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Day 28 - You Can Have Grains, If You Eat Them Like This

Grains are getting a bad rap these days. While it is true that a staggering number of people are suddenly proving to be gluten intolerant, it is also true that this is largely a man made health problem only worsened by the practice of simply avoiding grains instead of working on resolving the underlying issue. Today’s video focuses on what you can do differently to consume grains and other foods in the best possible way to boost digestion and nutrient assimilation…. and perhaps most importantly, avoid allergies, intolerances and sensitivities.

As mentioned in the videos, raw meats are incredibly easy to digest and for many people seem to unlock a missing link in their digestive woes. Here is my recipe for gravlax, a raw salmon dish from Scandinavia. Enjoy it the way it is prepared in the video for a quick and satisfying meal.

GRAVLAX

2 lbs wild salmon fillets, preferably skinned and sliced in half

3 Tablespoons Celtic sea salt

2 Tablespoons rapadura sugar

1 bunch dill, fresh

cognac or aquavit to sprinkle (optional)

Make sure that salmon fillets are free of scales. Mix salt and sugar. Coat salmon in salt mixture. Sprinkle each side with a tiny amount of optional cognac or aquavit. Place dill over one slice of the fish, then place the other slice of fish on top. Wrap tightly in parchment paper or plastic wrap. Place in the refrigerator for 48 hours, turning once. To serve, slice thinly. Serve with fresh lemon and butter on sourdough toast. This is an easy, quick meal any time of day.

(Note that in the picture, I didn’t have fresh dill, so I used dill I dried myself over the summer. Since there is no water content, I used considerably less by volume than I normally would have.)


About Adrienne Hew

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Adrienne Hew is a Certified Nutritionist and the Nutrition Heretic Podcast Host, but is best known online as an author of the Amazon Top 100 Bestseller 50 Ways to Eat Cock: Healthy Chicken Recipes with Balls! Receiving a certificate in Chinese dietetics in 2002 and her degree as a Certified Nutritionist in 2004, she has helped many clients and workshop attendees to decode their own health dilemmas by understanding the inconsistencies in conventional nutritional dogma. She currently resides in Hawaii with her husband and two children.