Radically Genuine Podcast with Dr. Roger McFillin

Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPP

Radically Genuine satisfies the hunger for authenticity and truth that’s gripping the world. Through daringly candid interviews, unfiltered discussions, and meticulous research, it boldly explores scientific narratives, mental health landscapes, and the cultural trajectory of western societies. No topic is off-limits as the Radically Genuine Podcast exposes the harms of the psychiatric system and reveals how industries distort health-related scientific findings. It fearlessly challenges the pharmaceutical industry, cultural conditioning, and the commodification of well-being. Dr. Roger McFillin is a Clinical Psychologist and Board Certified in Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology. read less
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142. Rogue Doctor Turned Poker Pro Overcomes Chronic Depression
6d ago
142. Rogue Doctor Turned Poker Pro Overcomes Chronic Depression
Dr. Jaclynn Moskow is a trained physician scientist, writer, healthcare business consultant, and well known professional poker player. The medical industrial complex, much like a high-stakes poker game, operates on a grand scale where the players are institutions, corporations, and policy makers, but the chips are human lives and well-being. Just as a skilled poker player might exploit less experienced opponents, we're seeing a system that prioritizes profit over patient care. The 'house' - in this case, big pharma, insurance companies, and certain healthcare conglomerates - seems to hold all the cards, making rules that benefit their bottom line rather than public health. On todays episode we learn more about medical school training, how a physician is trained to think, what happens when the doctor becomes the patient, what does it mean to overcome mental health or health problems, psychedelics and what poker can teach us about life. Chapters00:00 The Flaws of the Medical Industrial Complex00:58 The Rigged Nature of the Healthcare System27:48 Feeling Pathologized by Psychiatry29:16 Flaws in the Psychiatric Model32:50 Holistic Approaches to Mental Health40:47 Transitioning to a Professional Poker Player56:46 Sleep Deprivation and Unconventional Coping Mechanisms57:44 The Profitability of Playing Poker at Odd Hours58:14 Getting Good at Open Face Chinese Poker01:00:00 Shifting Mindset: Gratitude and Understanding Emotions01:13:08 The Limitations of the Current Mental Health System01:37:07 Action-Oriented Therapy: Empowering Individuals to Create Change01:56:00 Consciousness and Reality: The Interconnectedness of All Things02:01:27 Personal Growth and Transformation: Embracing Change and Learning from the PastNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------
141. Can Postpartum Depression Be Solved with a Pill?
Jul 11 2024
141. Can Postpartum Depression Be Solved with a Pill?
The FDA has approved the first pill for postpartum depression, Zuranolone (Zurzuvae) on August 4th, 2023. We discuss this and more with Katie Galvin, a former speech language pathologist turned women's functional nutrition practitioner, holistic life coach, and postpartum doula, who shares her personal experience with postpartum health challenges and the flaws in the standard allopathic medical model. She discusses the lack of informed consent and alternative treatment options provided by doctors, the importance of addressing the complexity of postpartum health holistically, and the need for proper nutrition and support during the postpartum period. We examine how the drug Zuranolone became approved, the financial conflicts of interest and the potential harms to mothers that take this drug. The conversation highlights the need for a shift in the medical approach to postpartum care and the recognition of the unique physiological changes and emotional challenges women face during this time. The conversation explores the flaws in the current medical system and the need for a more holistic approach to healthcare. It discusses the pressure on doctors to maintain authority and the consequences of this mindset. The conversation also delves into the pharmaceutical industry's influence on medical practices and the lack of informed consent. The importance of addressing the root causes of health issues and empowering individuals to take control of their own well-being is emphasized. The conversation concludes with a call to resist the current system and seek alternative approaches to healthcare.00:00 Introduction: The Approval of the First Oral Treatment for Postpartum Depression02:26 The Flaws in the Standard Allopathic Medical Model for Postpartum Health11:50 The Lack of Informed Consent and Alternative Treatment Options15:01 The Importance of Nutrition and Support in Postpartum Recovery29:01 The Need for a Shift in the Medical Approach to Postpartum Care31:37 Flaws in the Current Medical System43:17 The Pressure on Doctors and Lack of Informed Consent52:19 Addressing Root Causes and Empowering Individuals55:07 The Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry56:30 Resisting the Current System and Seeking AlternativesNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------
82. They want you sick and dependent (Rebroadcast)
Jul 4 2024
82. They want you sick and dependent (Rebroadcast)
We're revisiting a classic episode that originally aired on April 27, 2023.For over a hundred years, corporate interests have been steering the direction of healthcare in the United States. Checklists have been implemented as a way to reduce medical mistakes, but this approach has led to overzealous use of treatments and medications, creating a cycle of ongoing care that is often not required.Note: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES7:30 - Guidelines for Adolescent Depression in Primary Care (GLAD-PC): Part I. Practice Preparation, Identification, Assessment, and Initial Management | PediatricsGuidelines for Adolescent Depression in Primary Care (GLAD-PC): Part II. Treatment and Ongoing Management | Pediatrics9:00 - Full article: The risks and benefits of antidepressant treatment for youth depression11:30 - The Treatment for Adolescents With Depression Study (TADS): Long-term Effectiveness and Safety Outcomes - 200712:00 - Omissions in Acknowledgments in: The Treatment for Adolescents With Depression Study (TADS): Long-term Effectiveness and Safety Outcomes | JAMA Psychiatry13:00 - Suicidal Events in the Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS) - PMC 200917:00 - Implementation Challenges to TADS Cognitive Behavioral Therapy24:00 - Conflict of Children's Interest Inside the American Academy of Pediatrics | Fox News30:00 - Affirmative Care Across Cultures: Broadening Application | FOCUS32:00 - The Flexner Report ― 100 Years Later - PMC35:00 - The Century of the Self (Full Documentary) - Public Relations Edward Bernays40:00 - The Science for Profit Model—How and why corporations influence science and the use of science in policy and practice | PLOS ONE47:00 - Glyphosate - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics53:00 - Statistics | Restoring Medicine58:00 - How the Medical Loss Ratio Requirement Could Increase Health Insurance Premiums And Insurer Profits at Taxpayer Expense59:00 - The Botched Hospital Bill | The Saturday Evening Post
140. When Psychotherapy Creates Harm
Jun 27 2024
140. When Psychotherapy Creates Harm
In this episode, Dr. Roger McFillin and Dr. Brett Deacon examine the state of the mental health field and the potential harms of certain therapeutic practices. The conversation skillfully weaves insights from the film "Good Will Hunting" to explore multifaceted themes, including the limitations of the biomedical model in addressing human experiences, the nuanced role of boundaries and self-disclosure in relationships, and the broader cultural tendency to pathologize emotional expressions. They discuss the need for ethical, evidence-based care amid the field's splintered nature and our need to reframe happiness as living a meaningful life aligned with one's values, rather than just managing thoughts and feelings.Brett Deacon, PhD serves as an Associate Professor and Program Convener for Clinical Psychology at the University of Melbourne, Australia. His academic journey includes obtaining a PhD in clinical psychology from Northern Illinois University, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. Over the past 15 years, he has contributed to academia and dedicated five years to full-time private practice.Note: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES9:30 - Classical and operant conditioning (with examples) (article) | Khan Academy17:30 - Good Will Hunting (1997) - IMDb24:00 - The Coddling of the American Mind39:30 - Sedated: How Modern Capitalism Created Our Mental Health Crisis - Medical Humanities41:30 - The Happiness Trap: Free Resources from Dr. Russ Harris56:00 - Concept Creep and Psychiatrization1:05:00 - Explained: China Social Credit System, Punishments, Rewards - Business Insider1:11:00 - Are most published research findings false? Trends in statistical power, publication selection bias, and the false discovery rate in psychology (1975–2017) - PMC1:14:00 - Abigail Shrier Substack | Media Blizzard: Bad Therapy Book1:28:00 - Scott Lilienfeld: Science Perspectives on Psychological - Psychology Treatments That Cause Harm
139. Conquering Cancer Against All Odds
Jun 20 2024
139. Conquering Cancer Against All Odds
Christian Hegarty, a bone cancer survivor, and his brother John Hegarty share their journey of exploring alternative approaches to cancer treatment. Christian was given a 15% chance of survival and underwent conventional treatments, including harsh chemotherapy. However, when his cancer recurred, Jon began researching alternative treatments and they decided to try a comprehensive, natural, and holistic approach. The Hegarty brothers share the development of their nonprofit organization, goingwell.org, which connects cancer survivors with patients in the early stages of their journey. They emphasize the power of community, hope, and the belief in the body's ability to heal.GoingWellInstagram | @goingwellhealthNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES8:00 - Osteosarcoma: Symptoms, What Is It & Treatment9:00 - MAPIE Failed to Improve Responses in High-grade Osteosarcoma24:00 - Heal (2017) - IMDb26:00 - Intravenous High-Dose Vitamin C in Cancer Therapy - NCI27:00 - High-dose intravenous vitamin C, a promising multi-targeting agent in the treatment of cancer31:00 - Ketogenic Diets and Cancer: Emerging Evidence - PMC32:00 - Researchers Look to Fasting as a Next Step in Cancer Treatment | Cedars-Sinai39:00 - U.S. Study of Intravenous Mistletoe Extract to Treat Advanced Cancer | Johns Hopkins Medicine42:00 - Phase I Trial of Intravenous Mistletoe Extract in Advanced Cancer
138. The Indoctrinated Brain w/ Michael Nehls, MD, PhD
Jun 13 2024
138. The Indoctrinated Brain w/ Michael Nehls, MD, PhD
In a time of global political radicalization under the pretext of various crises, THE INDOCTRINATED BRAIN by the medical doctor and molecular geneticist Michael Nehls confronts us with his alarming findings about a silent war against the human brain. Dr. Nehls explains the role of mRNA technology and its potential dangers, including the impact on our mental capacities. The conversation also touches on the current state of society, the erosion of individual freedoms, and the need for critical thinking. In this conversation, Dr. Michael Nehls discusses the impact of chronic stress and fear on the brain. He emphasizes the importance of awakening and uniting against the global attack on mental freedom and offers hope for a new world if we can change our view of humanity.Michael NehlsThe Indoctrinated BrainWhat does the brain need to think peace? | Michael Nehls, MD PhD at IC Forum 2024, SwitzerlandMichael Nehls, MD, PhD (@NehlsMD) / XMichael Nehls SubstackNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES8:30 - The Key to the Alzheimer's Puzzle » Michael Nehls11:00 - Unified theory of Alzheimer’s disease (UTAD): implications for prevention and curative therapy - PMC11:30 - Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory - Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory | UCI CNLM13:00 - Hippocampus and Memories17:00 - What does the brain need to think peace? | Michael Nehls, MD PhD at IC Forum 2024, Switzerland19:30 - Risk of infection, hospitalisation, and death up to 9 months after a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine: a retrospective, total population cohort study in Sweden - The Lancet22:00 - Vitamin D, the Vital Vitamin - by Michael Nehls, MD, PhD27:30 - SARS-CoV-2 spike protein induces cognitive deficit and anxiety-like behavior in mouse via non-cell autonomous hippocampal neuronal death - PMC38:00 - SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines elicit higher levels of antibodies compared to natural infection38:30 - Blood-brain barrier penetration of non-replicating SARS-CoV-2 and S1 variants of concern induce neuroinflammation which is accentuated in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease - PMC59:00 - Omega-3 Fatty Acids - Health Professional Fact Sheet1:05:00 - Lithium, the Essential Trace Element1:09:00 - Low-Dose Lithium Supplements Review & Top Picks - ConsumerLab.com
137. Confessions of a Psych Nurse w/ Neseret Bemient RN, BscN
Jun 6 2024
137. Confessions of a Psych Nurse w/ Neseret Bemient RN, BscN
Neseret Bemient is the owner of Return to Wholeness Healing Services and the creator of the popular YouTube channel “Confessions of a Psych Nurse.” With 17 years of experience as a Mental Health and Addiction Nurse/RN in the conventional mental health system, Neseret is a dedicated Holistic Mental Health Advocate. She discusses the lack of trauma-informed care and the overreliance on psychiatric medications without fully informed consent. Neseret overcame a diagnosis of “antidepressant induced bipolar disorder” and successfully reversed the condition. Through this transformative experience, she regained mental clarity, creativity, vitality, improved mood and energy, hormonal balance, and an inner sense of aliveness. This personal triumph fuels her passion and commitment to helping others on their path to mental well-being.Neseret Bemient - YouTubeNeseret Bemient (@JourneyofHope4U) | XTop 10 Foods for Improving Your Brain/Mental HealthNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES24:00 - What Is A Psychiatric Nurse? | Nursejournal.org28:00 - Informed Consent to Treatment in Psychiatry - PMC39:00 - Blind Authority Fallacy42:00 - Medical student residency preferences and motivational factors: a longitudinal, single-institution perspective - PMC47:30 - Hyperthyroidism Masquerading as an Anxiety Disorder: A Report on a Misdiagnosed Case - PMC.
136. I drank the Kool-Aid for a while w/ Florian Birkmayer, MD
May 30 2024
136. I drank the Kool-Aid for a while w/ Florian Birkmayer, MD
Dr. Florian Birkmayer shares his journey from mainstream psychiatry to questioning the profession and witnessing the creation of professional patients. He became frustrated by the use of psychiatric drugs to cover up symptoms and co-founded AromaGnosis. We discuss the harmful effects of labeling and diagnosing mental illness, and the conditioning of society to believe that something is wrong with them. It touches on the importance of cultural traditions and the need for alternative approaches to healing. AromaGnosisSubscribe to AromaGnosis NewsletterSubstack | Befriending the ShadowNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES17:00 - Bleuler's Psychopathological Perspective on Schizophrenia Delusions: Towards New Tools in Psychotherapy Treatment - PMC23:00 - A Historical Overview of Pharmacology | Carrington College29:00 - Escitalopram (Lexapro) Approved for Children Despite Increased Suicide Risk33:00 - Harry Stack Sullivan: Interpersonal Theory and Psychotherapy | American Journal of Psychiatry36:00 - Book of Lamentations – The New Inquiry40:00 - Radical Psychiatry Caucus About Us50:00 - Default Mode Network - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics53:00 - THIS IS WATER! by David Foster Wallace1:02:00 - Unbecoming - Mad In America1:15:00 - Tripping on Utopia – Benjamin Breen
135. How We Normalized Mood & Mind Altering Drugs as Mental Healthcare
May 23 2024
135. How We Normalized Mood & Mind Altering Drugs as Mental Healthcare
How We Normalized Mood & Mind Altering Drugs as Mental HealthcareHow did we come to a situation where over 20% of the population depends on at least one psychiatric drug, with this figure continuing to rise? Why are these drugs being prescribed by nonspecialists seemingly without consideration of their consequences? There has been a societal shift in how drugs are viewed and normalized as mental health care. The discussion touches on the role of advertising, industry influence, and the medical establishment in shaping this shift. Note: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuineConscious Clinician CollectivePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES7:00 - This Is Your Brain...This Is Your Brain On Drugs - 80s Partnership For A Drug Free America14:00 - Kramer Gets Hooked On Kenny Roger's Chicken | The Chicken Roaster | Seinfeld31:00 - Tom Cruise's Heated Interview With Matt Lauer | Archives | TODAY42:30 - Surveillance Under the Patriot Act | American Civil Liberties Union46:00 - Models of drug action | Joanna Moncrieff54:00 - Zoloft for Social Anxiety  - Commercial
134. Major Announcement! The Conscious Clinician Collective
May 16 2024
134. Major Announcement! The Conscious Clinician Collective
Dr. Roger McFillin has launched a nonprofit organization called The Conscious Clinician Collective. The collective aims to cultivate a community of ethical mental health specialists and healthcare professionals who uphold principles of informed consent, medical freedom, and respect for personal autonomy. The organization also seeks to provide access to science-based information across disciplines to empower individuals to make informed decisions about their mental health and wellbeing. The collective has two major goals: uniting like-minded clinicians and healthcare professionals globally and creating a searchable database to connect individuals and families with ethical mental health specialists. The organization is launching with a fundraising goal of $150,000 to build the infrastructure and hire a team to support its initiatives.thecccollective.orgNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES7:00 - Dr. Roger McFillin Appearances - YouTube14:00 - Abigail Shrier16:00 - Great Barrington Declaration32:00 - Radically Genuine Podcast with Dr. Roger McFillin | 53. Drug safety advocate Kim Witczak34:00 - Radically Genuine Podcast with Dr. Roger McFillin | 85. Ending Antidepressant Deaths: A Mother’s response to tragedy35:00 - 115. How bad does it have to get to wake up? w/ Dr. Ben Rall38:00 - 113. When the Doctor Becomes the Patient w/ Dr. Kristin Reihman
133. The New World of Manipulation and How To Resist It w/ Laura Dodsworth
May 9 2024
133. The New World of Manipulation and How To Resist It w/ Laura Dodsworth
Laura Dodsworth, journalist and author of the book Free Your Mind: The New World of Manipulation and How To Resist It was a Sunday Times best seller. The conversation explores the use of fear and psychological techniques to manipulate and control behavior. The discussion also touches on the role of the Nudge Unit and the use of propaganda and advertising to instill fear and shape public behavior. Overall, the conversation highlights the need for critical thinking and awareness to resist manipulation and protect individual freedom. Laura Dodsworth emphasizes the need for self-individuation, knowing what one stands for, and finding meaning in life. LAURA DODSWORTHSubstack | The Free MindLaura Dodsworth (@BareReality) / XBare Reality (@barereality) • Instagram photos and videosLaura Dodsworth - YouTubeFree Your Mind: The must-read expert guide on how to identify techniques to influence you and how to resist themNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES13:00 - “Nudge Unit” | Institute for Government25:00 - Illusory truth effect - The Decision Lab32:00 - Are Scare Tactics Off the Table for Public Health Campaigns Targeting HIV?33:00 - The Two Faces of Fear: A History of Hard-Hitting Public Health Campaigns Against Tobacco and AIDS - PMC35:00 - Tyranny, One Tiny Step at a Time | Jordan Peterson on JRE41:00 - What is the difference between absolute risk and relative risk and why on Earth should I care?49:00 - Authority bias: when we irrationally trust the judgement of experts55:30 - MK Ultra and Culture1:08:00 - Just What Is Mass Formation Psychosis? | MedPage Today1:17:00 - New normal - Wikipedia
132. Change your diet, Change your mind w/ Dr. Georgia Ede
May 2 2024
132. Change your diet, Change your mind w/ Dr. Georgia Ede
Dr. Georgia Ede, a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and expert in nutritional and metabolic psychiatry, informs on the profound connection between diet and mental well-being. Drawing from her latest book, "CHANGE YOUR DIET, CHANGE YOUR MIND: A Powerful Plan to Improve Mood, Overcome Anxiety, and Protect Memory for a Lifetime of Optimal Health," Dr. Ede shares how our food choices significantly influence brain function. She highlights the prevalence of inflammation, oxidative stress, and insulin resistance as underlying factors in various mental health issues. Dr. Ede underscores the transformative potential of dietary interventions, showcasing the impact of diets like the ketogenic diet on mental health. Moreover, she sheds light on common nutrient deficiencies, such as iron and magnesium, and their consequential effects on mental well-being.Georgia Ede MD (@GeorgiaEdeMD) / XGeorgia Ede MDChange Your Diet, Change Your Mind - Diagnosis DietDiagnosis DietFree E-book - Diagnosis DietNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES11:00 - Review Article A Novel Method of Increasing Medical Student Nutrition Awareness and Education29:00 - Insulin Resistance: What It Is, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment30:00 - Free E-book - Diagnosis Diet33:00 - 61. Ken Berry, MD: Lies My Doctor Told Me36:00 - Best Glucose Meters To Monitor Your Blood Sugar In 202438:00 - Study Finds Serious Mental Illnesses Improve on Ketogenic Diet43:00 - Who We Are - Baszucki Group46:00 - Pilot study of a ketogenic diet in bipolar disorder - PMC47:00 - Pilot study shows ketogenic diet improves severe mental illness | News Center | Stanford Medicine49:00 - Iron deficiency in women assessment, causes and consequences55:00 - Low magnesium levels make vitamin D ineffective | ScienceDaily56:00 - 2-Minute Neuroscience: Glutamate57:00 - 2-Minute Neuroscience: GABA1:10:00 - A Review of Mushrooms as a Potential Source of Dietary Vitamin D - PMC1:27:00 - Doctors outraged as psychiatrist 'funded by big pharma' suggests antidepressants should be given over-the-counter | Daily Mail Online
131. Manufacturing Bipolar Disorder
Apr 25 2024
131. Manufacturing Bipolar Disorder
Join us as we review the staggering surge of Bipolar I and Bipolar II diagnoses in the post-drug era. We examine flaws in DSM criteria, uncover financial conflicts of interest, and discuss the overdiagnosis and overmedication rampant in psychiatry. Are normal mood fluctuations being pathologized? We explore the role of psychiatric drugs, their side effects, and the impact of nutrition and lifestyle on mood regulation. Ultimately, we advocate for informed consent and holistic approaches to mental health.Manufacturing Bipolar Disorder - by Dr. Roger McFillinNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES5:00 - Anatomy of an Epidemic | Robert Whitaker Books6:00 - History of Bipolar Disorder | Psych Central9:00 - Bipolar Disorder - National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)15:00 - Undisclosed financial conflicts of interest in DSM-5-TR: cross sectional analysis | The BMJ34:00 - The existential crisis of bipolar II disorder - PMC42:00 - The history of lithium therapy - PMC
130. Naturopathic Insights into Mental Health Conditions w/ Dr. Julia Britz, ND
Apr 18 2024
130. Naturopathic Insights into Mental Health Conditions w/ Dr. Julia Britz, ND
Dr. Julia Britz is a licensed naturopathic doctor who received her training from Bastyr University in San Diego, CA. She specializes in supporting people who are struggling with mental health issues such as OCD, disorders eating and psychiatric medication tapering. Dr. Britz discusses the challenges of achieving health in modern living and the need for a holistic approach. She highlights the importance of investigating underlying medical conditions that may contribute to mental health issues and the role of epigenetic analysis in understanding individual health.She utilizes natural and integrative modalities including targeted amino acid therapy, peptide therapy, micronutrient therapy, bioresonance, botanical medicine and epigenetic analysis. Most recently she was the director of naturopathic medicine at Alternative to a meds Center in Arizona and now practices telemedicine. Dr. Julia Britz, NDMy OCD DiaryInstagram | @drjuliabritzNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES5:00 - What is a Naturopathic Doctor?10:30 - 115. How bad does it have to get to wake up? w/ Dr. Ben Rall20:00 - Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing: A Memoir: Perry, Matthew25:00 - 113. When the Doctor Becomes the Patient w/ Dr. Kristin Reihman33:00 - What Is Epigenetic Testing? | American Medical Wellness35:00 - What is bioresonance / bioenergetic testing?35:30 - Introduction to Bioenergetic Medicine - Holistic Health Alternatives49:00 - Limbic response to stress linking life trauma and hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis function. - PMC52:00 - A Potential Natural Treatment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Evidence From a National Study - PMC57:00 - Revisionist History Labor of Love with M. Night Shyamalan | Development Hell1:07:00 - Zinc Supplementation in Anorexia Nervosa - ISOM1:08:00 - (PDF) The Role of Zinc in the Treatment of Taste Disorders1:11:30 - Banana Tea: The Sleep Aid That's Hiding in Plain Sight in Your Kitchen
129. Coddled into Crisis, A Gen Z perspective w/ Freya India
Apr 11 2024
129. Coddled into Crisis, A Gen Z perspective w/ Freya India
Freya India, a freelance writer, provides her insightful perspective on the surging mental health issues among young women and girls shaped by the unique characteristics of Generation Z. She highlights how factors like the coddling of this generation and a slower transition to adulthood, coupled with a risk-averse approach, contribute to the surge in mental health issues. Examining the impact of social media, technology, and societal pressures, Freya reveals the decline of genuine connections, emphasizing the need for resilience and personal accountability. She advocates for a transformative shift to overcome challenges in the digital age.Freya India (@freyaindiaa) / XGIRLS | Freya IndiaNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES3:00 - Jonathan Haidt16:00 - Know Thyself: How Brands Can Lean More Into Authenticity in 2024 – Advertising Week28:00 - Chart: How Gen Z Employment Levels Compare in OECD Countries | World Economic Forum32:00 - 8 characteristics of Gen Z in 2024 | GWI39:00 - Top 7 Best Gender Swap Apps for 2024: Visualize Another You42:00 - Dr. Roger McFillin on X: "I have been working w/ teens and families for 25 years now in various capacities. The challenges parents are now facing are unprecedented. Teens are exposed to so much harmful social media/online content parents & many professionals do not fully understand the implications. Teens…" / X45:00 - What Is Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria? ADHD and Emotional Dysregulation57:00 - Cooking, cleaning and controversy: The 'tradwife' movement embraces a 1950s housewife ideal1:04:00 - Hinge’s First Gen Z Report Reveals Top Dating Trends and Tips to Find a Relationship in 20241:39:00 - The Victimhood Culture May Be Ruining Your Health | Psychology Today Ireland
128. Can Alternative Perspectives Reveal Cancer's Cause? w/ Paul Leendertse
Apr 4 2024
128. Can Alternative Perspectives Reveal Cancer's Cause? w/ Paul Leendertse
Paul Leendertse, the Pioneer and Author of 'The Root Cause of Cancer' shares his over 15 years of experience aiding individuals in overcoming daunting health challenges, particularly stage 3 or 4 cancer. Paul believes the root cause of cancer lies in psycho-emotional stress complexes that deeply impact the physical body. Through his unique approach, Paul discovered that identifying and resolving these underlying stressors are paramount to healing.By embracing a comprehensive approach that addresses emotional well-being alongside physical ailments, Paul offers a transformative perspective on cancer treatment.Paul Leendertse's insights will challenge conventional wisdom and inspire a newfound understanding of the intricate interplay between mind, body, and disease.Root Cause InstitutePaul Leendertse │ Root Cause of Cancer Pioneer (@therootcauseinstitute) • Instagram photos and videosNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES15:00 - Biology of glucose metabolization in cancer cells - ScienceDirect22:00 - Danny Carroll31:00 - Inflammatory responses and inflammation-associated diseases in organs - PMC35:00 - Psychoneuroimmunology and cancer: fact or fiction? - ScienceDirect43:00 - Apricot Kernel: Bioactivity, Characterization, Applications, and Health Attributes - PMC1:05:00 - Truth About Cancer: Bollinger, Ty M.1:06:00 - Doug Kaufmann1:06:30 - The Fungus Within Us: The Mycobiome's Emerging Role in Cancer1:14:00 - The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles: Bruce H. Lipton1:14:00 - HeartMath Institute
127. Fueling for Fertility: Nutrition to Conceive and Carry w/ Lily Nichols RDN
Mar 28 2024
127. Fueling for Fertility: Nutrition to Conceive and Carry w/ Lily Nichols RDN
Registered dietician nutritionist, author and fertility expert Lily Nichols provides guidance on the intricate world of fertility challenges and optimal nutrition. There is a significant disparity between existing prenatal guidelines and what is optimal for both the mother and the baby. In her latest book Real Food for Fertility, she shares the power of nutrition to optimize your fertility and ensure a healthy start for your future child. We highlight the concerning fertility crisis in the United States, and Lily sheds light on the pivotal role of protein intake in fertility, offering insights into recognizing symptoms of protein deficiency. The conversation extends to pregnancy and postpartum nutrition, where Lily navigates topics such as liver consumption, managing cravings, and debunking misconceptions surrounding seafood and mercury levels. Tune in as Lily Nichols provides invaluable guidance for navigating the complex landscape of fertility and nutrition.Lily Nichols RDNReal Food for FertilityLily Nichols RDN 🤰🏻 (@lilynicholsrdn) • Instagram photos and videosLily Nichols, RDN (@LilyNicholsRDN) / XNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / XSubstack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES2:00 - The Lancet: Dramatic declines in global fertility rates set to transform global population patterns by 2100 | Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation7:00 - Timeless Principles of Healthy Traditional Diets - The Weston A. Price Foundation12:00 - What is Ancestral Eating and the Ancestral Diet?14:00 - Declining Global Fertility Rate — Exploring The Factors29:00 - Study: U.S. dietary recommendations for protein intake are too low34:00 - The Pineapple Fertility Story… Why Pineapple Core for Fertility When Trying to Conceive?35:00 - The Fertility Outcome of Royal Jelly versus Intra Uterine Insemination: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Study.36:00 - Brazil Nuts, a guy's 'essential' - IVF Babble37:00 - Oxidative Stress is Associated with Reduced Sperm Motility in Normal Semen - PMC.44:00 - Liver and Organ Meat: Nutritional benefits & how to make it palatable - Lily Nichols RDN56:00 - Can you eat too much fish during pregnancy? - Lily Nichols RDN59:00 - Relationships between seafood consumption during pregnancy and childhood and neurocognitive development: Two systematic reviews - ScienceDirect1:09:00 - Protein Requirements of Healthy Lactating Women Are Higher Than the Current Recommendations - ScienceDirect1:10:00 - Five Elements Diet: Eating Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)1:22:00 - Vitamin B12 & Pregnancy: A nutrient crucial for your baby’s health - Lily Nichols RDN
126. Anatomy of the teen mental health crisis
Mar 21 2024
126. Anatomy of the teen mental health crisis
Dr. McFillin and Dr. Ahmad discuss what they have been witnessing in adolescent clients post-pandemic. Is phone addiction and social media, particularly platforms like Snapchat, Instagram, and TikTok, harming teens' mental health, especially when it comes to body image, self-esteem, and social anxiety? This podcast episode explores this question, along with the concerning trend of self-diagnosis and labeling normal teenage experiences with mental health conditions. Are schools and emergency rooms equipped to properly evaluate and diagnose mental health issues in adolescents? And is there an overreliance on medication as a solution? A call for parental involvement, including setting boundaries around phone use is highlighted and a critical reevaluation of the current mental health system for teenagers. It’s time to move towards a more nuanced approach that validates teenagers' struggles and builds skills for living. Note: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / X (Twitter)Substack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically GenuinePLEASE SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS15% Off Pure Spectrum CBD (Code: RadicallyGenuine)—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES4:00 - Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Adolescents (DBT-A): a clinical Trial for Patients with suicidal and self-injurious Behavior and Borderline Symptoms with a one-year Follow-up20:00 - Picture perfect during a pandemic? Body image concerns and depressive symptoms in U.S. adolescent girls during the COVID-19 lockdown26:00 - Miss Americana - Wikipedia30:00 - When you are born matters: evidence for England36:00 - Full article: Nonsuicidal self injury among young adults and adolescents: Historical, cultural and clinical understandings38:00 - The Relationship between Social Media and the Increase in Mental Health Problems - PMC44:00 - Key & Peele - Text Message Confusion - Uncensored47:00 - Adolescent Sleep and Cellular Phone Use: Recent Trends and Implications for Research - PMC1:22:00 - Contested Jurisdictions: Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Clinical Psychology in the United States, 1940–20101:27:00 - Smartphone addiction is increasing across the world: A meta-analysis of 24 countries - ScienceDirect1:28:00 - Smartphone Addiction and Associated Health Outcomes in Adult Populations: A Systematic Review - PMC
57. Beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect (Rebroadcast)
Mar 14 2024
57. Beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect (Rebroadcast)
We're revisiting a classic episode on beliefs, mindsets, and the placebo effect. This episode originally aired on October 27 2022, but we've added a new intro to provide some context and insights.The placebo effect is a fascinating example of how our minds can influence our bodies. In this episode, we explore the science behind the placebo effect and how our mindsets and expectations can impact our health.  Even though this episode is a rebroadcast, the topic of mind-body connection is evergreen and continues to be relevant today.The Power of the Placebo Response in Mental HealthNote: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / X (Twitter)Substack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically Genuine—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES“Antidepressants Are Placebos & ADHD Is A Sham.” -Dr. Roger McFillin, PsyD | The Spillover14:00 - What is a double blind study? | Premier Health16:00 - A fascinating landmark study of placebo surgery for knee osteoarthritis18:00 - Use of Placebo in Clinical Practice | American Medical Association24:00 - Mindsets Matter: A New Framework for Harnessing the Placebo Effect in Modern Medicine29:00 - What Alcohol Does to Your Body, Brain & Health - Huberman Lab34:00 - Alia J. Crum, PhD | Stanford Mind & Body Lab37:00 - Mind over milkshakes: mindsets, not just nutrients, determine ghrelin response37:00 - Change your mindset, change the game | Dr. Alia Crum | TEDxTraverseCity1:02:00 - Free writing - Wikipedia
125. Making Sense of Cancer w/ Dr. Jarle Breivik
Mar 7 2024
125. Making Sense of Cancer w/ Dr. Jarle Breivik
There is a staggering prediction of 35 million cancer cases by 2050, despite increased funding for cancer research yielding stagnant outcomes. Join us as we explore insights from Dr. Jarle Breivik, a distinguished professor of medicine at the University of Oslo, renowned for his pioneering work in cancer immunotherapy. Dr. Breivik's thought-provoking analyses have ignited crucial debates on cancer's evolutionary dynamics and societal impact. His latest book, 'Making Sense of Cancer: From Its Evolutionary Origin to Its Societal Impact and the Ultimate Solution,' has garnered widespread acclaim for its exploration of humanity's relationship with this disease. As we confront the escalating cancer epidemic, Dr. Breivik warns that our advances in prolonging life exacerbate the cancer problem, emphasizing the urgent need for a deeper understanding of cancer and robust bioethical discussions. Tune in as we navigate the complex interplay between cancer research, human nature, and the ethical dimensions of medical research.Jarle BreivikJarle Breivik (MD, PhD, EdD) (@jarlebreivik) / X Note: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTDr. Roger McFillin / Radically Genuine WebsiteYouTube @RadicallyGenuineDr. Roger McFillin (@DrMcFillin) / X (Twitter)Substack | Radically Genuine | Dr. Roger McFillinInstagram @radicallygenuineContact Radically Genuine—-----------FREE DOWNLOAD! DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS—----------ADDITIONAL RESOURCES6:00 - Opinion | We Won’t Cure Cancer - The New York Times12:00 - Global funding for cancer research between 2016 and 2020: a content analysis of public and philanthropic investments - The Lancet Oncology15:00 - Risk Factors and Causes of Childhood Cancer17:00 - Richard Smith: Dying of cancer is the best death - The BMJ22:00 - Reframing the “Cancer Moonshot” - PMC32:00 - Provisional Life Expectancy Estimates for 202133:00 - Why life expectancy in the US is falling - Harvard Health35:00 - Ease of Doing Business in the U.S.: A Major Draw for Foreign Investor - ResearchFDI37:00 - How to survive the medical misinformation mess - Ioannidis - 2017 - European Journal of Clinical Investigation - Wiley Online Library41:00 - Meat consumption and consumer attitudes – A Norwegian perspective - ScienceDirect53:00 - Interplay between stress and cancer—A focus on inflammation1:02:00 - Recent advances in regenerative medicine strategies for cancer treatment - ScienceDirect1:04:00 - Bioethical Issues in Stem Cell Research