Podcasts

The Integrative Practitioner Podcast is the leading on-the-go resource for education, connections, and inspiration, bringing you closer to top industry experts through exclusive interviews with leaders in integrative medicine.

Editor’s note: The views and options expressed in these podcasts are those of the speaker(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Integrative Practitioner.

Deanna Minich, PhD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss what anti-nutrients are, where they’re found, and how to avoid them.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Minich’s Symposium presentation click here.

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Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Colleen Cutcliffe, PhD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss how probiotics with targeted keystone strains like Akkermansia muciniphila can help restore optimal function to the gut microbiome and improve overall health.

This episode is sponsored by Pendulum Therapeutics.

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Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Lawrence Rosen, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss why incorporating whole health principles into public education may help solve the growing mental health crisis among adolescents.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Rosen’s Symposium presentation click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Julie Greenberg, ND, RH(AHG), joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss how to use the gut-skin connection to treat dermatological disease.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Greenberg’s Symposium presentation on the gut-skin connection click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Mark Hyman, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss how to avoid age-related diseases with the emerging science of longevity.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15 percent on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Hymans’s Symposium presentation on longevity click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Dani Williamson, MSN, FNP, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss how to address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) with patients to help uncover the root of chronic disease.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Williamson’s Symposium presentation on ACEs click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

James Gordon, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss how practitioners can help their patients and themselves heal, learn, and grow from traumatic experiences.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Gordon’s Symposium presentation on post-traumatic growth click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Barrie Tan, PhD, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss the anti-aging nutrients found in the annatto plant, and how they can be used in clinical practice.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Tan’s Symposium presentation on the annatto plant click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Belinda Anderson, PhD, LAc, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss the usefulness of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine for post-COVID conditions as well as how to determine a good acupuncture referral.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Anderson’s Symposium presentation on acupuncture click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.

Lyn Patrick, ND, joins Integrative Practitioner associate editor, Avery St. Onge, to discuss the relationship between arsenic and cancer, as well as how to test for and avoid the substance.

This episode is brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium. This February 23 through 25, practitioners from across the field of integrative healthcare will gather in-person for three days of education, inspiration, and networking in New York City. All learning opportunities offer practical insights and techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your patient practice. Use code PODCAST15 to save 15% on a Standard Conference Pass and Pre-Conference Pass registration. Visit www.ihsymposium.com/register for more information.

To learn more about Patricks’ Symposium presentation on environmental medicine click here.

Find us at integrativepractitioner.com or e-mail us at [email protected]

Theme music: “Upbeat Party” by Scott Holmes via freemusicarchive.org and “Carefree” by Kevin Mcleod via incompetech.com.