A Healthier View Podcast
Join us as we welcome New Co-Host Dr. Scott Clitheroe!
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New Episode - Streaming Now on Demand
Let's Tallk About Hormones!
In this episode Beth talks about ways you can balance your hormones. Did you know?
- Hormonal imbalances affect many millions of people worldwide, in the forms of common disorders like diabetes, thyroid disorders, menstrual irregularities, infertility, low testosterone and estrogen dominance
- Symptoms include feeling anxious, tired, irritable, gaining or losing weight, not sleeping well and noticing changes in your sex drive, focus and appetite
- Causes for hormonal imbalances include poor gut health, inflammation, high amounts of stress, genetic susceptibility and toxicity
- Natural treatments include eating an anti-inflammatory diet, consuming enough omega-3s, getting good sleep, exercising and controlling stress
Streaming Now - Podcasts on Demand
Begins Streaming on 5/22/2019 at 11 am ET
So you want to lose weight? How to lose weight and maintain a good diet is the topic of this conversation.
Maybe you’ve been meaning to start a fitness program but just haven’t found the right routine… Perhaps you’re recovering from an injury or haven’t gotten around to it. Whatever your excuse, we are here to tell you that today is the day to start working out.
That’s because the benefits of exercise are far more than just losing weight. Exercise benefits everything from your sleep quality to your energy level, and even your memory. From making you happier to helping you live longer, regular exercise is key to living a healthy, balanced life.
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Reasons You Should Start Working Out Today
- Boost happiness levels
- Will help with weight management
Even if you only have five minutes to work out, it IS worth it! Following are some easy ways to add exercises into your day, and once you start to feel and see the impact those five minutes are having, you’ll easily want to make it 10 or 20.
This will make setting (and achieving!) your goals that much easier, and you’ll also be more motivated to find and follow the get-fit plan that’s right for you!
Begins Streaming on Monday 4/3/2019 at 4 pm ET
Consuming as Little as Possible with Gary Golding
In this episode we have Gary Golding back for a second time to discuss his passion about ‘Consuming as Little as Possible” (for good health and to make the environment a better place) and his journey on Discovery Channels’ hit show – Naked and Afraid.
To learn more visit Gary at www.tarzanoflosangeles.com
A comment from a listener from Gary Golding's first appearance on the show:
“This is so important to me as I realized that how I was living and chronic pain could have limited me severely in my profession and in my active lifestyle. Although I was fit and active before listening to Gary’s last interview, I now feel more healthy on many more levels than just fitness. His advice on intermittent fasting and health has helped me put the pieces together to make me a more well-rounded, holistically healthy person.
Thanks Gary!” A Healthier View Listener, Jasmine Brown
The Power of Essential Oils with Becky and Traci
In today’s episode we are talking about essential oils. Essential oils are highly concentrated oils that are extracted from flowers, leaves, roots, and other parts of plants. Typically extracted using steam distillation (a process that involves applying steam until the oil vaporizes), essential oils have the characteristic scent of the plant and have therapeutic values to them. For more information about today’s topic you can contact Traci firstname.lastname@example.org
References from the show:
Healing Oils of the Bible
The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple
Are You Physically Fit with Hosts Beth and Dr. Scott Clitheroe.
In this episode Beth and Dr Clitheroe talk about fitness and the importance of exercise. They discuss everything from how to increase endurance, how to train for every day health, increasing bone density, how to train for marathon, how to increase VO2Max, how to use heart rate zones, how to build muscle, how to increase speed, power, and strength, how to become more flexible, the importance of mobility, the benefits of yoga and Tai Chi, and a bunch of fringe fitness hacks including training if you have an injury, and the overall the benefits of fitness, and much more!
Topic: Preparing Your Immune System for the Winter (all things vitamins, fitness and eating well)
In this episode Beth and Scott inform, educate and talk about all things related to strengthening your immune system as the winter and flu season approaches.
Meet Dr. Scott Clitheroe -
"Change Your Energy" a pathway to a healthier, happier and more peaceful life
with Special Guest Linda Yoonjin, Creative Director, Change Your Energy
In this episode Beth, Scott and Linda discuss the physical, mental and spiritual pathways to health and wellness. Learn more about the energy pathways of your body and mind in addition to how you can "take back your brain" for a healthier, happier and more peaceful you! Linda walks you through "how to steps" with great insight on how you too can change your energy! To learn more visit www.changeyourenergy.com
A Healthier View about Health, Hope and Healing with Special Guest Steve Hines,
Naturopathic Doctor and a Naturopathic Endocrinologist, The Hope Wellness Center
In this episode Beth, Dr. Clitheroe and Steve who believes in a holistic approach to health and healing. talk about the Hope Wellness Center and it's Philosophy that we don't cure anything, God takes care of that. We simply assist the body's immune system with leading edge technologies to fight disease conditions.”Explore Steve’s website at email@example.com to learn more about their products, services and consultations.
Contact the Hope Wellbess Center at 325.947.5266.
The Power of Essential Oils with Special Guest Margie Skyles, Nurse & Essential Oils Specialist
In this Episode Beth and Margie talk about the therapeutic powers of essential oils and how to use them.
Meet Margie: I am a wife, mom and Gma. My passion has always been to serve and educate others, which is why I chose nursing as my career. I truly had the best clinical experiences and don't regret a single one. However, I understand now that my career as a nurse was in preparation for what I have discovered as my true passion; supporting and educating people about Young Living Essential Oils. It all began in April of 2014.
During a ladies' Bible Study, several of the girls were sharing about some of the uses of essential oils. To say the least, I was very skeptical. Several weeks later the term allergies came up, and they got my attention. My husband, Lane had chronic sinus issues, so I decided that it was worth a shot. The results were astounding and within 1 week, we became loyal essential oil users. No one forgets their first experience with Young Living essential oils. I can honestly say that one of the greatest joys of this "Oily" journey has been the amazing people that I have had the pleasure to meet, work and grow with, and love on. However, I thoroughly enjoy learning about the chemical constituents of essential oils, the amazing science behind our oils, the profound links between God's word and how the use of oils is still as relevant now as it was over 2,000 years ago. In addition, creating toxic-free items for our household and teaching others how to do the same. I consider it an honor.
For more information contact Margie Skyles at margieskyles.marketingscents.com
Personalized Health Videos with Guest Ariel McNichol, Co-Founder & CEO, MotiSpark
In this episode Beth, Chris and Ariel discuss the MotiSpark's platform and how it gives patients and employees a tool they'll love and how it can extend a individual's care through ongoing personalized video support, behavioral plan reinforcement and practical reminders.
A message from Ariel and the MotiSpark team: We know how to build successful, addicting software, create must-see videos, and harness evidence-based therapeutic interventions...skills we are using to empower people to live happier, healthier lives.
To Learn More Visit: www.motispark.com
Guest Co-Host Dr. Scott Clitheroe
" Healthier Living" - Breast Cancer Awareness
With Guest Co - Host Dr. Scott Clitheroe and Special Guest Dr. Veronica Desaulniers.
This Episode is in Memory of Jayna Gutridge please scroll down for more information.
In this powerful and poignant episode Dr. Veronica Desaulniers, better known as Dr. V shares her story about her breast cancer diagnosis, how she dug deep and decided to research her diagnosis and take her health into her own hands. She created the 7 Essentials System ™ which is a complete and step-by-step educational program that shows you how to prevent "dis-ease" and create vibrant health naturally.
In her words “My passion is to inspire, support, and connect women all around the globe to live their best life through healing of body, mind and soul.” Click here to find out more about Dr. V’s mission, her story and get support.
This Episode Is In Memory Of Jayna Gutridge- Please visit Jayna's Go-Fund-Me Page
"Benefits of Good Nutrition and Vitamin C IV Therapy with Guest Derron Ethridge, Wellness Professional
In this episode of A Healthier View we will be talking with wellness professional, Derron Eldridge, about the benefits of good nutrition and the hot-topic of Vitamin C IV Therapy. Abundant in a variety of fruits and veggies, plus found in skin care serums and anti-aging products alike, vitamin C is a powerful micronutrient and crucial part of the diet. From reversing skin aging to reducing cholesterol levels, studies have found that vitamin C benefits many aspects of health, from the inside out. A deficiency in this important vitamin can take a serious toll on your body, causing symptoms like impaired immunity, gingivitis and easy bruising. Conversely, getting enough may help ward off illness and infection, enhance iron absorption, and even reduce the risk of some conditions.
Need more convincing on why this may be one of the most important vitamins in your diet? Listen to Derron’s interview to learn more about the potential vitamin C benefits, plus how you can make sure to get in your daily dose. For more information on this topic contact:
"Consume Less" with Guest Gary Golding, Survivalist
Meet the people who are making our world a better place....
"Control Anxiety" with Guest Marc Prescott, Founder, Going Gym Free
Anxiety- Learn what causes it and how to reduce, eliminate or control it in your everyday life!
Life - A Conversation with Scott Hamilton
Host Beth and guest co-host Heather talk with Scott Hamilton about his life, success, challenges and triumphs.
"Yes You Can" the Team Hoyt Story
Team Hoyt shares their story and journey in beating the odds due to their healthier view of the human spirit.
" Healthy Laughter with Lorna Landvik"
Author Lorna Landvik about her story and journey as a writer and how she infuses humor into her writing and entertains as a comedienne.
A Healthier View- "Surprising Benefits of Walking"
What are the health benefits of walking? Fun tips on how to incorporate into your daily routine!
Premiere Episode - A Healthier View: "Fad Dieting"
A Healthier You Starts with a Healthier View!
Kickoff conversation on how we can all achieve a healthier view for our everyday health and lifestyle.
Meet Your Co-Hosts Beth and Chris
Hello there and welcome to my little part of A Healthier View!!
When I was a kid I was encouraged to do things that made me happy. Aside from turning me into someone who doesn’t like to do the dishes; it also made me question, what actually makes me happy? And that is the foundation on how I live my life: I seek my passion, refuse to settle, build the life I want to live. And most importantly pray and put God first, always!!!
I went to Purdue University and am now a health and wellness professional in the corporate world. If you had told me fifteen years ago that I would be speaking in front of large groups of people I would have cried and laughed at the same time. But that is exactly how I prefer to live my life: facing my fears head-on, challenging myself and every step of the way making sure I believe that my life is worthy of greater things.
I love dogs (especially pugs), hoodies, Raggedy Ann dolls, The Indianapolis Colts, and wide views of the mountains. I have amazing friends whom I am fiercely protective of and will run in any direction with them. I dislike heavy metal music, people selling themselves short and loud gum chewers.
I find happiness through appreciating my life and the love God has given me; I know that He’s given me this chance to tell my story and help others in any way I can. I keep it real, I know the struggles life can throw your way and I feel like it is a blessing to be able to help anyone who wants to put in the effort.
When I’m not being a health & wellness manager, you can find me hiking, biking, doing charity work, watching Joaquin Phoenix movies, helping others achieve optimal health, walking barefoot on the grass, or jumping in a river at 6 AM …because if you aren’t jumping in a river at 6 AM, you’re just crazy. ☺
That’s me in a nutshell; was a goofy kid, went to college, found a gig in Corporate America & grew roots, I love the Lord and I found my passion.
Don’t be afraid to drop me a note in the comments or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org I hope to share ideas with the healthier view audience and keep active for as long as these legs will carry me.
I’m glad you’re here.
Meet New Co-Host Dr. Scott Cliteroe
My story begins in Houston Texas where I was born into a happy, loving family. I am the youngest of 3 kids to wonderful parents. My mom was a stay-at-home mom who was always there for us as we pursued our goals. My dad was a successful dentist who was very popular with his patients and colleagues. From them, I learned the beauty of selfless, unconditional love and the value of hard work and perseverance.
Though my brother and sister pursued dentistry like our dad, I was interested in medicine from a young age. One of my heroes growing up was my pediatrician. His kindness and easy-going confidence impacted me from a young age. He inspired me to pursue a life in medicine.
My college experience at The University of Texas in Austin was fantastic. I met and made lifelong friends. I majored in biology/premed. I was also a cheerleader. I realized the importance of exercise in my life during these years. It was not only beneficial to my body, but also my mind and spirit.
Medical school at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston was a challenging four years. I’d never worked so hard in my life. I made more amazing friends that inspired me and kept me going through the challenges.
Internal medicine training was completed at The University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque. There, I worked long hours training to become an internist that could handle the complex patient. “The Land of Enchantment”, as New Mexico is also known, allowed me to experience the world of alternative and complementary medicine for the first time. The influence of the Native American culture was an amazing addition to my education. It was here that I realized that the mind-body connection was so important to a person’s overall health.
Since the late 90’s, I’ve practiced hospital medicine in Austin, Texas. Over the years, I have realized that, although I enjoy treating very ill patients in the hospital, I also enjoy helping folks get healthier and stay out of the hospital! In addition to being a hospitalist, I am also the medical director for a volunteer clinic for refugees. I also am a medical director for a local hospice. I have been involved in occupational telemedicine. It was here that I was fortunate to meet Beth and dive even more into the world of wellness. She has taught me a ton and also inspired me with her passion for promoting healthy living.
In my spare time, I love being a husband to a wonderful wife and father to 3 amazing kids. I love to run and swim. I enjoy downhill skiing, fishing, and boating.