BlogTalkRadio uses cookies. By using our services, you're agreeing to our Cookies Policy. Got it

Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Popular in Health

  • 01:01

    Will Not Eating Gluten & Dairy Affect My MRT Test & Tips To Mitigating EMFs

    in Health

    In this Q & A episode with Brandon, he tackles listener questions on how to address a client's prescription drugs, if not eating gluten and dairy will affect the MRT test, coming up with ideal scores for the MC scorecard, tips to mitigating EMFs & advice on how to communicate with interested clients and generate new interest in your community, and more! 
    Join FDN founder Reed Davis, FDN Mentors, and Special Guests to learn about functional lab testing and data-driven protocols to confidently solve health issues and grow your health coaching business. Submit questions in advance, or better yet, call the show LIVE and join the discussion by calling (347) 637-1378. The live show takes place every Friday at 11 am PST/ 2 pm EST.  If you are interested in becoming a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition ® Health Coach go to

  • 00:46

    Journeys Unconventional with Host Allie Buckley and Special Guest Maddy Berry

    in Health

    Welcome to Journeys Unconventional with Host Allie Buckley and Special Guest Maddy Berry.
    Topic:  Taking Back the Power
    In this episode, Allie sits down with her close friend from high school, Maddy Berry. Together they touch upon the difficult topic of eating disorders and mental health, how yoga saved Maddy’s life and Maddy even surprises Allie with some exciting news at the end! Follow along as Allie dives deeper into her friends beautiful journey of taking back her power.
    The opinions expressed during this broadcast are for inspiration, information and motivational purposes.
    To learn more about the show, Host Allie and her guests visit the Journeys Unconventional Show Page at
    Continue the conversation with us on Facebook at Up2Me Radio and on Instagram at Up2Me.Radio

  • 00:45

    How To Lose Body Fat When You're A Little Older (And More)

    in Fitness

    In this podcast, I tell you how you to lose body fat when you're older and more.
    Watch Solutions With Skip at 6 pm (Pacific) / 9 pam (Eastern) on Facebook @SkipLaCourPage and on YouTube @skiplacour..
    Get everything you need to take your fitness to the next level with "The Biggest Fitness Challenges Older Men Face And Their Solutions." It's a 12 module 11-hour audio coaching experience. And, for a LIMTED TIME, you can get some one-on-one coaching with me as a free, added BONUS. Go to Watch the video that explains everything you'll get. Learn how you'll benefit. Read the testimonial from older men just like you and me. Get instant access to the 12 modules. Go to
    Be sure to visit my website at
    Make sure you sign up to be on my meail list at
    Join my free community at

  • 00:28

    Meet Dr Dennis Flores @dfloresrn Assistant Professor @PennNursing

    in Health

    On PopHealth Week series on health equity, the social determinants of health and associated disparities exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic Dr. Flores discusses the impact on the LBGTQ community.
    Dr. Dennis Flores is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, an affiliated faculty at the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Program, and is a Visiting Professor at the Center for Research on AIDS at Yale University’s School of Public Health. He has led several studies that investigates the role of parents in the sexual health education of their adolescent sons who identify as LGBTQ.
    Through interventions around inclusive parent- child sex communication, he believes that the early provision of sexual health information attuned to the attractions, behavior, and identities of LGBTQ adolescents can reduce the formation of risky sexual behavior and this population’s risks for HIV and STI infection. With an awareness of the personal and contextual factors that increase sexual minority populations’ vulnerability for HIV/STI infection and poor care-related outcomes, the first study Dr. Flores led investigated the conditions that contributed to the recent HIV infection of young gay men in Atlanta. That study has fueled his subsequent HIV prevention work that includes both urban and rural community education, being a national spokesperson for HIV testing campaigns, and workforce development with around 1200 nurses across three continents.
    His commitment to HIV/AIDS care and leadership throughout his career includes serving in various leadership roles for the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. Dr. Flores earned his PhD from Duke University, a Masters in Public Health Nursing Leadership at Emory University, and a Bachelors in Nursing from Kennesaw State University.

  • 01:01

    Learn What Makes an Exceptional Memory Care?

    in Caregiving

    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sounds news, not just sound bites since 2011.
    Join our host, Lori La Bey, talks with Ruth Hjelmgren, Director of Community Relations, Mollie Lund, Director of the Artis Experience and Jenessa Cahow, Health and Wellness Director all with of Artis Senior Living Memory Care in Woodbury, MN.  Learn what makes Artis a premeier organization.  Call in and Talk with us (323) 870-4602
    Contact Artis Senior Living         Website           Email           Phone:  651-493-2840          8155 Afton Road, Woodbury, Mn 55125
    For Additional Resources:  Alzheimer's Speaks           Email          Phone:  651-748-4714
    Projects & Initiatives    

  • 01:00

    Author & Caregiver, Robert Kershaw

    in Caregiving

    Join Dave Nassaney, the Caregiver's Caregiver, and his lovely co-host, Adrienne gruberg, as they interview Caregiver, Robert Kershaw, and author of, "If I Should Die."

  • Most Popular Tags in Health

  • 00:29

    Wear A Mask Or Not? That Is The Question!

    in Health

    I'm joined on this Q-on-2 podcast by two ladies who have a passion for boosting your immune system.
    Since the early part of 2020, life has changed as we know it because of COVID-19.  A lot of people can't do the things that they once enjoyed because of quarantine restrictions and/or fear of contracting the coronavirus.  
    You turn on the TV and you see so many different opinions about ways to combat the virus that you don't know what to believe.  Is staying at home or wearing masks helping or hurting your chances of living a full and healthy life?
    I'm joined by Colorado's finest, Tali (former pharmaceutical sales representative) and Dr. Tiffany (healthcare provider) to discuss some of the things about COVID-19 that's not being revealed in mainstream media.  Both of these ladies are passionate about healthcare and have an extensive background in it.  
    I hope that you enjoy this podcast and that it encourages you to do your own research to find out what works best for you and yours.  I'm a mask wearer and although I may continue to be one, this information definitely gives you a lot to consider. (I've agreed to not use a photo or full name of the ladies due to the volatile society we live in today that doesn't respect other's opinions.) Show #824
    Go to for links to reference materials.

  • 00:29

    Triplet Therapeutics, Part 2

    in Health

    Irina has worked in drug development for over 18 years, with a focus on translational medicine and early development in neuroscience, but also ophthalmology and immunology. She has gained experience with development of small molecules, biologics as well as nucleic acid therapeutics, in a number of global pharma and biotech organizations in the US and Europe. Before joining Triplet Therapeutics, Inc., she was VP of Translational Medicine and Development at Wave Life Sciences in Cambridge, MA, developing stereopure nucleic acid therapeutics for rare genetic diseases.   Irina has an MD from the Technical University, Munich (Germany), and a PhD in neurophysiology from the University of Edinburgh, UK. She trained in psychiatry and neurology at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry (in Munich), and is board certified in Germany.   She obtained her venia legendi at the Charite, Berlin University in 2004; she is a reviewer for the German Ministry of Research and member of two supervisory boards in Germany: 4SC AG since 2012, and Paion AG since 2017.

  • 00:41

    Can Probiotics Help Parkinson's GI Symptoms

    in Health

    Martha Carlin, CEO and Founder of The BioCollective, Citizen Scientist and wife of John Carlin, an 18 year "veteran" of Parkinson's Disease discusses their journey together to find supportive therapies for better quality of life and her company's development of the probiotic BiotiQuest Sugar Shift.   Martha will discuss her Company's research in the Parkinson's Microbiome, emerging research in gut health and constipation as an early indicator of Parkinson's, and the foundational science behind the Sugar Shift formula.  The BiotiQuest Sugar Shift formula was designed to make mannitol in the gut with eight strains of probiotic bacteria the work together to convert Glucose and Fructose in the body in to mannitol. Research company website Probiotics website
    Information on Martha's Parkinsons work

  • 01:44

    Diabetes Late Nite Inspired by Patti LaBelle 10th Year Podcast Anniversary

    in Health

    We’re celebrating Divabetic’s 10th Year Podcast Anniversary with music from the world's most famous "Divabetic"--  Ms. Patti LaBelle. She's encouraging a 'NEW ATTITUDE' about living with diabetes!
    Thank you to our loyal listeners for sharing your stories, questions, concerns, and successes with us over the past decade. Our aim has been and continues to be to broaden the appeal of diabetes education with music, beauty/style, games, real-life stories, cozy mysteries radio dramas, and laughter.
    Guests: Patricia Addie-Gentle, RN, CDE, Dr. Andrea Chisholm OB-GYN, Luther McRae, Mama Rose Marie, Susan Weiner MS, RDN, CDE, CDN, Dr. Beverly S. Adler PhD, CDE, Best-Selling Author Tonya Kappes, Seveda Williams and Terri Seidman.
    One lucky listener in our random drawing will win a Dario Blood Glucose Meter starter kit. This all-in-one pocket-sized device can track blood sugar fluctuations and trends and identify hyper/hypoglycemic episodes right from your smartphone, providing readings within as little as 6 seconds. It’s scientifically proven, HIPPA compliant, and includes Dario Coaches to offer support and motivation to help manage your diabetes. Enjoy this special listener discount on Dario:
    Divabetic was inspired by the late music legend, Luther Vandross and created in 2005 by Max Szadek, who, as Vandross’ assistant of 14 years Visit Divabetic on the web:

  • 01:03

    The Healing Drum ... Tolerance and Peace..A Live Interview With Yaya Diallo

    in Health

    The Healing Drum By Yaya Diallo and Mitchell a  worldwide best selling book, which is noteworthy for its emphasis on the moral significance of music. In this time of unprecedented rapid change,The Healing Drum wisely suggests what music and musicians can do to help create a moral and spiritual world." " Yaya Diallo was raised in a culture that works,worships,lives, and breathes to the beat of the drum. An instrument for transmitting traditional knowledge among the Minianka, the drum is the focal point of Yaya's life story and his link-through the universl medium of music-with the Western world."-"Exploring the Minianka view of the human being and the cosmos relative to daily work,celebration, herbal medicine, dance,trance initiation and death, in the tradition of the Minianka, music is a remedy for both physical and psychological imbalances, harmonizing the forces of the visible and invisible worlds. Along with excerpts from the book we will discuss the message of The Healing Drum and how it can affect change in the African Diaspora.Yaya Diallo was born in 1946 in the village of Fienso, Mali, to a nomadic Fula father and a Minianka mother. Thanks to his mother, being from the illustrious Berthe family (hunters,chiefs,musicians.), young Yaya had the opportunity to hear some of the best musicians of the former canton Zangasso. Healer and sorcerer Nangape Kone became his protector and mentor. We also look forward to discussing the current Convid-19 pandemic with Yaya, who graduated from the University of Montreal in Chemistry in 1973. Following a brief career as a chemist, Yaya returned to traditional African music. He was a co-founder of the music and dance groups Djembe-Kan and Cleba and a member of the African Troubadours with the World Music Institute as well as a faculty member with the Creative Music Studio, Woodstock, NY, and the Omega Institute.

About Health

One look at the myriad of nutrition and fitness shows on BlogTalkRadio and you'll see we're one of the healthiest sites on the Web! Our community regards health as a top priority, because we know the key to a higher quality of life is a combination of the right foods, regular exercise and quality medical care. Listen as the world's leading physicians, researchers, personal trainers and nutritionists discuss the latest health news, including trendy diets and those with staying power. Find accountability partners in listeners following HCG, Atkins, Body for Life, Nutrisystems, Weight Watchers, the blood type diet, juice fasts and cleanses. Get off the couch with personal trainers, fitness instructors and therapists who'll keep you motivated all year. Total health also includes managing stress, increasing your brainpower, fertility treatments and the best herbal remedies and supplements, so turn to our experts in holistic healing, biofeedback and alternative medicine, too.

Join Host Live Chats