Joel Kahn: Mitochondrial Support in Cardiology | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
oel Kahn, M.D is a world leading integrative cardiologist based in Michigan. He has been practising cardiology since 1983 and has long been practising holistic, preventative methods for the promotion of longevity and cardiac health.
Michael Hamblin: Photobiomodulation & Photodynamic Therapy | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
Michael Hamblin is a world leading expert in photobiomodulation and photodynamic therapy. His roles have included Principal Investigator at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, and an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. James Muecke: Sugar, Eye Health & Diabetes | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
James Muecke, MD is an Australian ophthalmologist, 2020 Australian of The Year recipient and proponent of healthy eating. In 2020, he was named both South Australian of the Year and Australian of the year. James’ primary focus in recent years has been on increasing public awareness of the dangers of refined food, particularly sugar.
Anadi Martel: Light, Colour & Human Health | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
Anadi is also the author of the book, “Light Therapies”, a comprehensive guide to the therapeutic benefits of light and colour and how they affect our physical and psychological well-being.
Robert Prentner: Interface Theory of Perception & Consciousness | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
Robert Prentner, PhD is a Doctor of Philosophy currently at the Center for the Future Mind, Florida Atlantic University, where he conducts research in consciousness studies, molecular physics, natural and artificial intelligence, and philosophy.
Pran Yoganathan: Evolutionary Perspectives of The Human Gut | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
Pran’s approach to gastroenterology is considered and broad. His attitude towards the human gut is informed by evolutionary principals and the vast and important contexts that surround the function of the gut.
Zen Honeycutt: GMO, Environmental Chemicals & The Power of Mothers | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
Zen is mother of 3 and the founder and executive director of the nonprofit organisation, Moms Across America. Zen has been a champion of informed consumer decisions throughout America since learning that the environmental chemicals in the foods that her and her family were eating were affecting the allergic symptoms in her young boys.
Jacob Liberman: Living a Luminous Life | Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast
In this episode of the Ricci Flow Nutrition Podcast, I speak with world renowned teacher Jacob Liberman about vision and consciousness. Jacob is brimming with wisdom and humility and is extremely generous with his time and thoughts. I learned so much about the nature of vision and how our emotions can impact the way we perceive the world.
Gluten: Does it matter?
The topic of gluten is highly polarising. But is gluten really the villain that it’s sometimes painted to be? I think there’s a lot more nuance involved in uncovering why some people seem to have trouble with these grains. It’s vital to zoom out and look at questions like this from a multidimensional approach.
Seed & Sprout
Seed & Sprout make great silicone bags that I use regularly to store things like soups and broths. They are incredibly sturdy and durable and are fantastic for air-tight storage of any food items. Unlike plastic containers, these will likely last a lifetime.
Having a safe, reliable source of water throughout your day is essential for your health. Staying hydrated can be difficult, particularly when you don’t have a sturdy bottle or a bottle big enough to last you for a few hours.
Moulding your light environment in a way that reduces the detrimental effects of artificial light is vital. Ensuring that you have a safe, reliable and convenient way of sculpting the frequencies of light that enter your eyes at night is a must.
Are You Diabetic, or Just Tired & Thirsty?
The key goal of medicine should be to seek the most elegant solution to solve an imbalance of any kind. Sleep and hydration are incredibly powerful tools in modulating the conditions associated with type 2 diabetes.
Blue Spectrum Light & The Skin
All terrestrial life on earth evolved under the pervasive influence of diurnal cycles of varying lengths. These cycles forged many of the mechanisms of life, most familiarly the sleep wake cycle. Depending on latitude and other factors including altitude, the spectrum of light that almost all life on earth interacted with, consisted entirely of solar frequencies.
Discussion: Skin Exposure to Narrow Band Ultraviolet (UVB) Light Modulates the Human Intestinal Microbiome
This article is a curious step into how the environment acts as one of the primary nodes for the sculpting of the microbiome.