Big Fat Facts Podcast – EP 62 – Stories of Trauma and some of the Neurobiology with Kelly Moen

Our brain represents a system that controls body functions; neurobiology helped us to discover each part of the brain and its functions, which opens the ability to know how it works. Trauma is an emotional experience caused by multiple bad and hard experiences that can happen to any human being. Triggers can be created, and our brain takes them as a red flag to the system which creates different reactions. Kelly Moen explains many different experiences related to trauma responses and how our brain works.

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Big Fat Facts Podcast – EP 61 – Trauma and Choices: How much control do we actually have? With Kelly Moen

How much power do we have over our emotional-based decisions? Sometimes you just get influenced by old memories or sparks of cravings- and without hesitation, you’re giving in on random things. In this episode of the Big Fat Facts podcast, Dr.Dan and Kelly Moen bring the audience’s attention to emotional-based decisions and triggers that influence our rational thinking.

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Big Fat Facts Podcast – EP 60- Trauma? What Is It And How Does It Manifest In Our Lives With Kelly Moen

Trauma is one of the biggest mental health and behavior issues in our era. Defining the trauma and discovering the cause of it might take ages, but with the evolution of science trauma can become a normal obstacle to handle and get some help. Still, the current societal pressures push people to the edge and bad management of trauma can put people in hard positions, which leads to a lot of health, mental and physical issues.

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Big Fat Facts Podcast – EP 59 – The Microbiome and Obesity. What is the connection? with Dr. Maryam Kebbe

Research and scientific experiments on mice have shown the importance of microbiomes and microbiota and their impacts on the human body system. The diversity of the microbes in the internal human system lead to many different strategies of good health, between obesity and lean microbiomes. The microbiome is vulnerable to many different external impacts making treatment a bit diverse, but the common resolution that all doctors and nutritionists agreed on is a good healthy complete diet to help avoid health issues.

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Big Fat Facts Podcast – EP 56 – When is too much, too much? With Kelly Moen

The external pressures society places upon people nowadays are often way beyond imagination. Economical, environmental, and social impacts are growing bigger and bigger in most people’s lives. Finding balance in life takes more effort, and more focus is required to start taking and continue taking steps to achieve a better life and a healthy, happy experience. However, it is possible to have and gain a unique vision for how your life should look.

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Big Fat Facts Podcast – EP 55 – Insulin Resistance! Is it the cause or the result of Obesity?

Insulin Resistance – Another movie in the Star Wars series? Or another medical term that Social Media Force has co-opted to try and sell you another health product? Maybe you have heard that it is the cause or the result of obesity and weight gain? There are a lot of questions, and I want to provide you with some clarification on: What is Insulin Resistance? What is the cause? If we can develop it, can we do anything about it? Join me for this audio replay of my webinar about insulin resistance and weight management. 

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Big Fat Facts Podcast – EP 54 – Lipoedema, Lymphedema and Obesity with Maranda Kay

Lipoedema is generally described as an asymmetric and circumferential increase in the fat of the buttocks, hips, and legs. Lymphedema is most commonly caused by the removal of or damage to your lymph nodes as a part of cancer treatment. It results from a blockage in your lymphatic system, which is part of your immune system. In this episode, Dr.Dan and Maranda discuss the real reasons behind both diseases and why it is so often misdiagnosed.

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