Today’s show is full of great information. We have Scott Miners, who is the editor and founder of the Well Being Journal. Sam Morris specializes in coaching people through the early stages of recovery from addiction. He is the founder Telos Lifestyle Coaching. Shawn Wells is a regular on One Life Radio and a Registered Dietitian, Certified Sports Nutritionist, Fellow in the ISSN, and has his Masters of Public Health in Nutritional Biochemistry.
Shawn Wells: Top 10 Supplements
This information will be going out in our Newsletter in more detail, so be sure to sign up for it here. Shawn Wells has been dubbed “The World’s Greatest Formulator” and theres a lot to show for it. Today he is giving us all the good on supplements. His list of 10 supplements that he believes are great for everyone and he personally takes every day. Having a good supplement regimen is so important to get all the things your body needs and craves. So listen to this episode to hear about it.
Scott Miners: Psilocybin Drug Therapy for Cancer, Depression, and Addiction
Scott Miners researches all things mind, body, and nutritional medicine. He is the founder of the Well Being Journal and the executive editor. Well Being Journal puts out information on nutrition as well as nutritional and herbal supplements, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health. Today he is talking t0 us about a buzz word lately, Psilocybin. Psycho-Assisted Therapy is up and coming, especially with the decriminalization that happened in Denver, Colorado and Oakland, California. There has been so much research done on how this type of therapy is so effective for PTSD, depression, anxiety, addiction and now even cancer. Listen in to hear what Scott has to say about it.
Sam Morris: Addiction, Anxiety and Recovery
Sam Morris is the founder of Telos Lifestyle Coaching as well he is a Certified Mindset Coach, a Certified Mindfulness Practitioner, a Certified Personal Trainer and a Certified Nutritionist. He has his own journey with addiction and recovery. Sam talks today with us about what he thinks contributed to his anxiety and addiction and where he is now. Addiction doesn’t only affect the person, it affects everyone around them. Getting help and seeking out support is such a helpful way to figure out what the root causes are and how to heal yourself.