It’s Thursday and that means it’s time for a dose of REAL TALK. Join Jimmy today as he welcomes HBO comedian Dave Martin to the show.
“The BLM movement has been hijacked from the very beginning.”
- Dave Martin
Comedian Dave Martin from HBO’s “Bad Boys Of Comedy”, Opened for Mike Epps, Steve Harvey, Cedric The Entertainer, and performed on Carnival Cruise Lines. Dave joins Jimmy today for a wide-ranging conversation for the last episode of REAL TALK of 2020.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Dave talk about the importance of comedy for bringing people together, his definition of “Truth Comedy”, how the comedy greats pushed the cultural norms to provide commentary, why language matters, why comedy is the perfect vehicle for conveying truth, talking about 2020 and dissecting the responses to it, why mask mandates got Dave to thinking about what we’re being told, why it’s okay to question things, race relations and our response to them in 2020, and much more.
It’s Thursday and that means it’s time for a dose of REAL TALK. Join Jimmy today as he welcomes Kara Collier to the show.
“I had to fire my own doctor because he wouldn’t prescribe a fasting insulin test.”
- Jimmy Moore
“With a CGM you can catch problems long before your doctor might catch them with typical lab tests.”
- Kara Collier
Kara is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician who specializes in glucose control and metabolism. She graduated from Purdue University and previously worked as a clinical dietitian at Providence Hospital and in a management role at Nutritionix.
Listen in today as Jimmy welcomes Kara to the show to talk all about continuous glucose monitors, tips for using a CGM long term, benefits of cgm usage that might surprise you, why many registered dietitians don’t pay enough attention to blood sugar levels, why understanding what is happening to your body is eye opening to lots of people, why the conventional wisdom about blood glucose might be harming people, why catching bg issues early can be a life changer for people, the NutriSense software and how they hope to change lives with it, things that affect bg readings, and much more.
It’s Thursday and that means it’s time for some REAL TALK. Join Jimmy today as he welcomes Voice actor Nathan Kalcsa to talk all about carnivore.
“Just because you are making other people happy doesn’t mean you are happy in your own life.”
“I’m very sure that I was close to becoming diabetic before starting the carnivore diet.”
Nathan Kalcsa @nathan_does_voices is a Canadian based voice actor and carnivore diet proponent and voice of the MeatRx Podcast. Listen in today as Jimmy and Nathan talk about his journey into voice acting and how performance helps with stuttering and stammering, his discovery of the carnivore keto way of eating, what eating meat has done for him and his personal health, how suicidal thoughts started creeping in and how a random message from a friend was a wake up call, how his diet affected his feeling of well being, his stunning weight loss and the ability to stop medications, and so much more.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Carmen Hunter.
“It’s exhausting to walk on egg shells around certain people.”
“To define trauma is very difficult for people. It’s not just the big things, it’s the small things too.”
Carmen Hunter is a certified health coach, trusted health coach mentor, wellness practitioner educator and founder of the new health coaching institute that’s transforming the industry, the Institute for Functional Health Coaching.
Carmen teaches health coaches how to break through their comfort zones, build up their confidence, implement a low-risk, investigative health coaching approach that allows them to work with any client who comes to them, and maximize their income + impact.
Listen in today to hear Jimmy chat with Carmen about the importance of getting real with each other to get to the heart of childhood trauma, how trauma affects our whole person-physically, mentally, and spiritually-, why the topic of trauma is taboo, what addressing trauma looks like in reality, how trauma gets passed on from generation to generation, dealing with abusive people in our lives, and so much more!
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Shawn Wells.
“Let’s put people in a metabolic ward where we can get good data. Why doesn’t that ever happen?”
- Jimmy Moore
“There are all these food studies where they give high fructose corn syrup and rancid, processed fats and you get the worst possible reaction.”
- Shawn Wells
Shawn Wells MPH, LDN, RD, CISSN, FISSN (@ingredientologist) is the world’s leading nutritional biochemist and expert on Health Optimization.
He has formulated over 500 supplements, food, beverages, and cosmeceuticals and patented 10 novel ingredients and is now known as the Ingredientologist – the scientist of ingredients. Formerly a Chief Clinical Dietitian with over a decade of clinical experience, he has counseled thousands of people on natural health solutions such as keto, paleo, fasting, and supplements. He has also personally overcome various health issues including Epstein-Barr Virus, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, depression, insomnia, obesity, and a pituitary tumor.
As a world-renowned thought-leader on mitochondrial health, he has been paid to speak on five different continents. His insights have been prominently featured in documentaries, nationally syndicated radio programs and regularly on morning television. His expertise can help any health-conscious individual to better manage stress and experience higher performance and more energy through utilizing his practical wholistic solutions.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Shawn talk about childhood trauma and how those experiences fueled his determination to change his health and body, what motivated him to work in the supplement field, dealing with a pituitary tumor, treating his autoimmune conditions, how the food industry knows how to manipulate our responses to keep us addicted to crappy food, and much more.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Ben Tapper.
“We need to understand that drugs and surgery can serve a life-saving purpose, but drugs and surgery have no place in a wellness and prevention model.”
- Dr. Ben Tapper
“When you start obsessively cleaning your hands constantly you’re working against your immune system.”
- Jimmy Moore
The Omaha, Nebraska city council recently approved a mask order to slow the spread of COVID-19. During the three hour public hearing council members heard feedback from several people in the community.
Dr. Ben Tapper (@dr.bentapper), an Omaha based Chiropractor, spoke out against the mandate, and his comments quickly went viral on social media.
Listen in today as Dr. Ben Tapper joins Jimmy to discuss the internet fame that has come from his viral video; why he feels that masks are not the end-all, be-all in protecting people from Covid-19; what a vaccine is likely to look like and why it might not be the savior the media expects it to be; how all the measures that are being recommended are working against our health, and what people can do on their own to ensure that they are as protected as they can be.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Paul Ralston.
“The recent argument in the carnivore community over honey shows we have our priorities out of order.”
– Jimmy Moore
“Phones are making us so distracted. It’s unreal how distracted we are and how dependent we are on these devices.”
– Dr. Paul Ralston
Dr. Paul Ralston began his natural health and wellness journey began back in high school as a member of the Olympic weightlifting team. He was constantly searching for natural ways to maintain the extremely demanding physical training involved in the sport through nutrition and proper recovery methods.
After high school, he enlisted in the Army National Guard and attended undergrad at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, majoring in community health and exercise science. Following his undergrad studies, he enrolled in chiropractic college at Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, where he graduated with a degree in human biology and doctor of chiropractic degree in 2003.
In October of 2003, he moved to Wisconsin and opened his first chiropractic practice in Muskego. Paul spent the next seven years becoming involved in the community and developing a successful practice. In 2010, he moved a few miles down the road to Hales Corners and joined a group practice, Healthwise Chiropractic. Paul spent the next five years developing his skills as a doctor and exploring new techniques and treatment modalities. It was during this time that he became increasingly involved in the paleo community and began studying functional medicine.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Dr. Ralston talk all about diet culture, how we are becoming desensitized to the concept of death, what the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic and our response to it is going to be, and we go deep on the concept of how electronics and our dependence on them is doing to our concentration and how we interact with one another. Stay tuned after Jimmy and Dr. Ralston’s chat for a special presentation of Paul’s talk on Screen Addiction.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Keith Norris.
“Why can I go to a casino and it be full of people but my church has to be limited?”
- Jimmy Moore
“Has a government or anyone in power come out and recommended that we boost our immune system? There have been nothing but crickets on that front.”
- Keith Norris
Keith is also one of the leading figures in the exploding paleo nutrition and health movement. His tireless work promoting paleo principles is what allowed him to reach out to paleo celebrities like Robb Wolf and Mark Sisson to pull together 2012’s super symposium, PaleoFX12. Anyone who attended PFX12 could quickly see from the line of athletes, peers, and wide-eyed newbies that lined up to speak to Keith, that he is truly on the pulse of new exciting developments in the fitness field.
Keith’s blog, Ancestral Momentum – Theory to Practice, is internationally popular, and he is a regular guest on many of the premier media sites for new approaches to nutrition and body development. And, if you’re lucky enough to live in Austin, you not only know Keith from the Internet, you have direct access to one of the best trainers in the world. Keith also apprentices every trainer who works for EE, so no matter who you work with, you’ll experience “The Keith Norris Method” infused throughout Efficient Exercise.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Keith go deep into the challenges that make up this thing we call 2020 and how to thrive.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by the one and only Abel James.
“When you’ve been in this as long as I have and as long as you have you don’t really pay much attention to the critics.”
- Jimmy Moore
“If people know we me in real life they know I’m kind of shy. It’s hard to be out there and line yourself up for character assassination.”
- Abel James
Abel James is a New York Times Bestselling Author, Musician, and Online Creator. He’s host of the award-winning Fat-Burning Man Show, rated as Apple’s #1 Health Podcast in 8 countries with over 50 million downloads and 2000+ 5-star reviews.
A “Coach to the coaches,” Abel has worked with thousands of people across the world to optimize performance, mindset, health and longevity. Abel is named one of the 100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness by Greatist and has been featured in documentaries, ABC TV, Entertainment Tonight, People, WIRED, South by Southwest, and hundreds more.
Abel’s hit podcast is named as one of the “Top 3 Health & Fitness Podcasts of All Time” by Huffington Post and has won 4 awards in independent media, including “People’s Choice” in Health & Fitness at the Podcast Awards. Also a recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, and voice actor, Abel has won several awards including “Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting” in R&B by The Great American Song Contest.
Hailing from the middle of nowhere in New Hampshire, Abel enjoys playing guitar and piano, writing, reading, sketching, running, hiking, and discovering delicious foods with family and friends. He lives with his wife, Alyson, and a rambunctious yellow lab in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
His new book of irreverent poetry, “Designer Babies Still Get Scabies,” a #1 International Bestseller in Humor, is available now.
Listen in today as Jimmy catches up with long-time friend and fellow podcaster Abel James about Paleo, being real online, sharing your passion, dealing with online criticism, and more. Stay tuned to the end for a special song from Abel.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Rob Frankfurt.
“I think people are tired of being told to just conform to the health status quo and they’re tired of hearing that same advice that doesn’t work for them.”
- Jimmy Moore
“It’s about prevention and awareness. No matter who pays for healthcare, until we make changes, we will bankrupt whoever is paying.”
- Rob Frankfurt
Rob Frankfurt founded Myca Partners, Inc. (“Myca”) in 2006 to invest in small cap US-public and private companies.
He has invested in a broad array of industries with particular focus in: technology hardware/software/services, healthcare technology/equipment/services, consumer products, marketing, fulfillment and outsourcing services, payment processing technology, industrial manufacturing, and value added distribution.
In recent years, Rob has focused his investments in the area of Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle companies. Rob believes that there are tremendous opportunities to reverse/prevent the Obesity epidemic which stands at 40% of adult Americans and chronic illness which, in its various forms, is the cause of 70% of deaths in America. Chronic illness costs nearly $3 Trillion per year in health costs and lost employee productivity. This chronic illness epidemic is spreading across the world unabated. Maintaining the status quo is not a viable solution nor can we out insure/out run poor lifestyle choices.
Listen in today as Jimmy picks Rob’s brain about the intersection of health and Entrepreneurialism.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Jason Carter.
“It’s not so much the virus, but the fact that it’s turned our neighbors into the enemy. We’ve never been more divided than right now. Instead of the virus being the enemy it’s now our neighbors.”
– Jason Carter
“It’s not even healthcare anymore. It’s sick care and we’re not treating the root causes.”
– Jimmy Moore
Jason Carter, @theketopocalypse on instagram, has been practicing 11 years as a Registered Nurse. He has followed a carnivore diet for 3 years. Jason used to be obese with his highest weight reaching 300 lbs. He has battled depression, anxiety, arthritis, insomnia, pre-diabetes, histamine intolerance, anemia, and fatigue. He has experimented with a vegan diet twice and failed both times. Upon learning about the ketogenic and carnivore diet, he has lost a total of 111 lbs and reversed many ailments in the process. Inspired by his success and many others, he is now studying to become a certified health coach so he can help others optimize their health and quality of life.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Jason talk about his amazing journey with keto and his front line perspective as a registered nurse and front-line health worker fighting the Covid-19 pandemic in New York City.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Chris Wyllie.
“Nutrition is the easiest way to change your brain chemistry.”
– Chris Wylie
“One thing that being outside in the sunshine does is it helps you to get in tune with your circadian rhythm.”
– Jimmy Moore
Chris Wyllie (@thegamechangerchriswyllie) is a brain transformation specialist who helps you optimize your brain & teaches you how to make lasting mental & behavioral changes. He has spent over 10 years devoted to learning the brain & how to help others transform their brain & behavior to overcome things like, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, deal with Autism, ADHD, and more. He also conducts training webinars on sales, persuasion, how to increase your memory, focus and emotional control.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Chris talk about the current state of the world and how isolation is affecting mental health, brain transformation, how anxiety manifests in most people and how to spot the warning signs, dealing with emotional reactions to people and situations, programming your brain to be in the optimal state, how diet affects your mental state, sunshine and circadian rhythms, meditation, and so much more.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Sean Croxton.
“There’s nothing worse than people that are stuck in a place because it’s uncomfortable to change.”
– Jimmy Moore
“I was disappointed in some people in the health community for posting constantly about Covid-19, but were completely silent about the injustice of a black man dying in the street.”
– Sean Croxton
Sean Croxton is a podcast host, author, entrepreneur, and prosperity teacher. You may know him as the host of Underground Wellness Radio, one of the internet’s most popular health podcasts. During his seven years with Underground Wellness, he penned the still-popular Dark Side of Fat Loss ebook, started the JERF (Just Eat Real Food) movement, and hosted seven online summit events, including The Thyroid Sessions, Digestion Sessions, and The Depression Sessions.
In late 2015, he decided to move on from holistic health to create a new movement in the world of personal development and the science of mind. Now he’s the host of The Quote of The Day Show, the #1 daily motivational podcast, featuring short inspirational teachings from the best of the best speakers.
He loves to read books, hit the gym, meditate, watch basketball, and eat real food.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Sean talk about the health space and what he sees are ways the community can do to make their message more accessible to reach more people.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Carolyn Ross.
“Each new generation tries to excuse abuse when we realize that a lot of times it is generational in nature.”
- Jimmy Moore
“It’s unusual for people to do the hard work to deal with trauma in their life.”
- Dr. Carolyn Ross
Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross is a nationally known author, speaker, expert and pioneer in the use of Integrative Medicine for the treatment of Eating Disorders, Obesity and Addictions. She is the former head of the eating disorders program at Sierra Tucson. Dr. Ross consults with treatment centers around the country to help them develop successful eating disorder programs with the focus on treating dually diagnosed eating disorder clients.
She currently has a private practice in Denver and San Diego specializing in treating eating disorders, addictions, and obesity.
Listen in today to hear this fascinating conversation between Jimmy and Dr. Ross as they peel back the layers of childhood trauma and look at how these early experiences tend to affect people well into adulthood.
For more information: www.carolynrossmd.com and www.findingyouranchor.com.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Primal Play creator Darryl Edwards.
“When we first met Crossfit and others were popular, focusing on elite athletes. I connected with your work because you focused on people like me, regular people.”
– Jimmy Moore
“One of the downsides of this aspirational attitude on social media is that we only see success and not the real-life struggles that people have.”
– Darryl Edwards
After almost two decades working as a technologist in investment banking, and suffering from chronic lifestyle disease, Darryl Edwards from PrimalPlay.com transformed his health after adopting an ancestral model to well-being. Darryl now advises people on maintaining a healthy lifestyle – amidst the epidemic of obesity and other chronic lifestyle diseases. As the founder of the PRIMAL PLAY methodology, he makes functional fitness activity fun, effective and engaging while getting individuals healthier, fitter and stronger in the process. He specializes in working with children from 4 to 94 – fitness for those who hate to exercise – as well as for those who love it but relish a new challenge.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Darryl talk about staying healthy while locked down during this pandemic, as well as Darryl’s thoughts on the current state of race relations.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dani Hamilton to talk about everything from PCOS to counting macros.
“Write down your response to eating at certain places. Use that to make better choices the next time.”
– Dani Hamilton
“We can’t really address any of the elephants in the room until we deal with the fact that this is insulin resistance.”
– Jimmy Moore
Dani Hamilton (@daniellehamiltonhealth) was a typical kid with a sweet tooth. In 2012, in an effort to improve her health, she adopted a real food, paleo diet. She saw huge improvements with her health but after a stressful period in her life, she started gaining weight, getting cystic acne, and she lost her period.
She realized she had PCOS and that the PCOS was a hormonal imbalance that caused weight gain and weight loss resistance, cystic acne, and missed periods. No matter how “healthy” she ate, and no matter how much she worked out, she couldn’t drop a pound and actually seemed to be gaining. she tried to balance her hormones and increase her progesterone but nothing seemed to be working. She was crushed.
After graduating as an NTP, she decided that her mission is to help women discover and improve their blood sugar issues. Research suggests that 1 out of 3 adults has prediabetes. Of this group, 9 out of 10 don’t know they have it. 29.1 million people in the United States have diabetes, but 8.1 million may be undiagnosed and unaware of their condition.
Listen in as Jimmy chats with Dani about her incredible story of overcoming her health issues and how she is using that story to empower people everyday.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Cecily Anne to talk about fasting and pregnancy.
“We can all agree that we should avoid alcohol and drugs while pregnant, but because sugar and refined carbohydrates are so common, it’s difficult to talk about the negative effects of this food.”
- Dr. Cecily Anne
“I have a theory; fasting fits nicely with just about every diet plan.”
- Jimmy Moore
Dr. Cecily Anne Clark-Ganheart, MD, FACOG is a maternal-fetal and obesity medicine physician and speaker, located in the Kansas City Area. She became interested in obesity medicine after her struggles with weight loss. Like many of you, Dr. Cecily Anne would experience temporary weight loss, only to regain much of what she lost.
At the time of the birth of her second son, she reached her highest adult weight of 264 pounds. That was in 2014. After that time, she had multiple attempts at weight loss. Dr. Cecily Anne reached a weight of 202 pounds through an employer-sponsored weight loss program at the time. However, the weight began to return, though she followed the plan.
In 2017, Dr. Cecily Anne came across a book recommendation, entitled, The Obesity Code by Dr. Jason Fung. It discussed intermittent fasting and presented obesity as a disease, rather than a lack of will power. The next book I read was Deep Nutrition by Dr. Cate Schanahan, which talked about a more ancestral approach to eating involving whole, real foods.
Listen in today as Jimmy is joined by Dr. Cecily Anne as they talk all about the topic of fasting, especially as it intersects with pregnancy and how weight loss factors in. This is a REAL TALK you definitely don’t want to miss!
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Ted Naiman to talk about the controversial topic of protein consumption.
“I tried replicate my protein experiment from last year, and once again I had a horrible case of hypoglycemia. We have to find ways to bring protein into balance.”– Jimmy Moore
“If you’re overfat and you try to do the same things as people that are naturally thin, you will probably not have the same results.”– Dr. Ted Naiman
Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading major medical center in Seattle. His research and medical practice are focused on the practical implementation of diet and exercise for health optimization. He has an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering and an addiction to Ultimate Frisbee. He is a pro-level bassist in his spare time.
Listen in today as Jimmy welcomes co-host Dr. Ted Naiman to talk about the proper balance of protein VS. fat, and maybe even small portions of carbohydrate in your diet. Especially in the Keto community, the arguments about protein vs. fat, and their proper place in the human diet has been the source of many an argument, but does it have to be that way? Are the theories about macro balance we spout set in stone for everyone? Find out in this explosive and sometimes controversial special episode of REAL TALK!
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Today we talk about the intricate relationship between the gut and the brain.
“If there’s anything we want to impart to our listeners is ‘Take care of YOU.”
- Jimmy Moore
“A lot has changed in our diet, from disruption of the microbiome to the breakdown of nutrients in our food.”
- Dr. Will Cole
Today Jimmy and Will take a deep look at the fascinating connection between the brain and the gut. How can the brain possibly affect how our gut reacts, and how can the gut possibly have anything to do with mood and a sense of well being? Find out in this explosive special episode of REAL TALK!
It’s easy to take for granted what a brilliant biological machine the brain is. This amazing organ manages every aspect of your body — from your thoughts to your hormones, muscles and digestion.
Sadly, diseases of the brain are rampant in our society.
The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that close to 20% of American adults currently suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder. And the U.S shells out around $113 billion every year on mental health treatment. These figures don’t even factor in the cost of autoimmune brain problems like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and autism — which are affecting more people every year.
With an increasing number of brain health problems we have to ask: why? Functional medicine is concerned with investigating the root causes.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Today we bring you a special interview with Cognitive Neuroscientist Dr. Caroline Leaf.
“We have to start with diet and exercise, but we also have to prepare our minds for change. You can be mindful, but then what do you do?”
– Dr. Caroline Leaf
“It seems to me that some people are falling apart while some people rise above the daily struggles. I’m interested in the intersection of these things.”
– Jimmy Moore
“Dr. Leaf is doing amazing research in connecting the brain and the body.”
– Dr. Will Cole
Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist with a Masters and PhD in Communication Pathology and a BSc Logopaedics, specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. Since the early 1980s she has researched the mind-brain connection, the nature of mental health, and the formation of memory. She was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change (neuroplasticity) with directed mind input.
During her years in clinical practice and her work with thousands of underprivileged teachers and students in her home country of South Africa and in the USA, she developed her theory (called the Geodesic Information Processing theory) of how we think, build memory, and learn, into tools and processes that have transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), learning disabilities (ADD, ADHD), autism, dementias and mental ill-health issues like anxiety and depression. She has helped hundreds of thousands of students and adults learn how to use their mind to detox and grow their brain to succeed in every area of their lives, including school, university, and the workplace.
Listen in today to hear Dr. Leaf discuss the topic of toxic trauma and how these adverse effects can follow us throughout life and cause problems that might not be easy to pin down.
On today’s episode of REAL TALK, Jimmy and Dr. Cole are joined by Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison to talk about racial diversity and equality in the health and wellness community.
“If we want to build a society where we are truly equal, we have to be more brave and willing to make mistakes.”
– Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison
“It took someone that was willing to share with me in a way that non-confrontational to get me to see how my words were being taken the wrong way.”
– Jimmy Moore
“It’s interesting to me how many people are triggered by the words we choose.”
– Dr. Will Cole
As we continue this very important conversation about race relations in America, we invited Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison to talk about the need for diverse voices in the health and wellness space, and how we can all seek to understand each other to fully bring unity in our culture.
Dr. Kholi-Murchison is a writer, critical thinker, entrepreneur, and growth strategist with 10+ years experience defining brands and gathering and growing communities.
Sewn in Monrovia, Liberia, her roots have stretched themselves across the globe, taking necessary respites in North Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Oakland, and for now, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Along her journey, she’s earned a B.A. in English Arts and Creative Writing, an M.A. and Ph.D. in Literatures in English, and merged her intellect, enterprise, and commitment to long-term equity in service to hundreds of creatives, entrepreneurs, small businesses, nonprofits, and community-serving brands and corporate clients.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Today we bring you a special presentation we call the Methylationcast!
“Methylation happens about a billion times every second in the body, but we still don’t understand the totality of it, not even close.”
- Dr. Will Cole
“DNA testing is so accessible to the general public now. This information is accessible to just about everyone now.”
- Jimmy Moore
In the chemical sciences, methylation denotes the addition of a methyl group on a substrate, or the substitution of an atom by a methyl group. Methylation is a form of alkylation, with a methyl group replacing a hydrogen atom.
Your genetics influence almost every aspect of your health. Everything from your weight, mood, hormones, and immune system can be traced back to your DNA. As humans we want to know as much about ourselves as possible and because of this the demand for direct-to-consumer genetic testing has grown. For only $100 you can get a kit delivered right to your house for you to send in and get a complete summary of your genetics and ancestry. You can identify distant cousins around the world and conclude what percentage Neanderthal you are because really, who doesn’t want to know that?!
As a functional medicine practitioner Dr. Cole is less concerned with your particular ethnic heritage and more with what role genetics play in your health and how knowing your DNA can make you aware of your risk factors for certain illnesses. But are these tests really worth it or just an easy way for the health industry to make a few dollars? Let’s find out by first looking at the two most popular tests:
9. Detox genes
“That’s not to say you can’t enjoy breakfast. The reality is that if you enjoy that, you should not feel shame for getting up and cooking breakfast.”
-Dr. Will Cole
“Even in Ketotarian you didn’t say to eat all the vegetables all the time. You encouraged people to eat what they like.”
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It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. We are all looking for ways to optimize our health and today we look at common deficiencies everyone can optimize.
“I think it shows how blessed we are in life when this is shaking us compared to what others have suffered with.”
– Dr. Will Cole
“There are moments when I want something, and I will allow ONE MEAL. Then I get right back on plan. Don’t let one slip up turn into a three-week binge.”
– Jimmy Moore
In this unprecedented time of quarantine and social distancing, we are all looking for ways to optimize our health. Dr. Will Cole specializes in this very thing in his daily functional medicine practice helping people dial in their optimal health. In this episode Will and Jimmy talk about the most common nutrient deficiencies and how you can optimize your health in these areas. Just because life has changed doesn’t mean we can’t do everything we can to ensure we’re getting the most from our health.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Today ask an important question: How can all the various camps in nutrition work together?
“Atkins is the granddaddy of them all and set the stage for all of these to come along.”– Jimmy Moore
“My top patient base include engineers, nurses, and teachers; people that love data and spreadsheets.”– Dr. Will Cole
If you are health-minded for very long, you have probably watched the progression and evolution of nutrition. With the advent of the Atkins Diet in the 1970s, Dr. Atkins brought to the mainstream the idea that we should question the status quo of nutrition education. He showed us that carbohydrates were doing us more harm than good. Along the way we have seen other variations on this same way of thinking that brought us the Paleo way of eating, Whole 30, Keto, and now Carnivore.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Will have a fascinating conversation and bring you some real-world information on how to incorporate the best of all these protocols and get the benefits they all bring to your health.