In this episode of RHR, I sit down with Pedram Shojai to discuss the importance of looking within to bring focused attention and clarity to your life.
Technology addiction is a very real problem. Innovations such as smartphones, social media, and the internet are addictive by their very nature. They’re specifically engineered to take advantage of human vulnerabilities and hardwired basic needs.
In this episode of RHR, I talk with Dale Harrison about the intricacies of COVID-19 testing and how to make informed decisions around holiday plans.
In this episode of RHR, I talk with Tim Kendall about how technology has impacted our shared reality, our sense of self, and our relationships.
Clever labels can trick consumers into thinking their products are healthy when they are far from it. Check out this article to learn about common misleading food labels, food engineers, and sugar addiction.
PCOS affects an alarming number of women, but nutritional interventions may help. Read on to learn about nine PCOS nutrition interventions and find out which one may be right for you.
The inner critic undermines our accomplishments, diminishes our self-esteem, and makes us feel inadequate—especially if we’re close to a big change. Read on to learn how to deal with it and move forward.
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Michael Schrantz talks about the ways you can reduce your viral exposure even when you’re stuck inside.
The Functional Medicine approach to depression involves identifying the root cause of the problem and treating it. Learn about 10 possible root causes of depression and find out how to address them.