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At Source

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Welcome to At Source – a place where natural health and wellbeing is at the forefront of the conversation. Gain useful insights direct from the source – from doctors, industry experts, wellness advocates and everything in between. This is a place for busy people who want to get to the core of health and wellness with information about the latest health advances and trends. Health and wellbeing are often personal and subjective to perception – while one might classify mental health at the top of their list, another might say that clean eating and nutrients is what they focus on. In this series we talk with and learn from inspiring leaders from all walks of life, touching on important topics that will help answer some of the key questions about natural health, wellbeing, fitness and all things direct from the source.

Carolyn Enting – editor of New Zealand’s Good MagazineAnnette Faamausili - sleep consultant on how to get a better night’s sleep for you and your familySteph Dowse - relationship expert on New Zealand’s Married at First Sight chats all things love and relationshipsDr Libby Weaver - nutritional biochemist and a thirteen-times bestselling author breaks down wellbeingSusan Renata – how to be the most authentic version of yourselfCherry Farrow – how to create a Successful MindNutrition and eating psychology coach Michelle Hall – building a holistic relationship with food, mind, and bodyRobin Wilson – How wellness and resilience can pave the way at workSarah Cumming and Sarah McGuire, Wellness New Zealand – how the power of nature has the ability to heal.Emma Blake – Using intuition and your inner voice guide the waySusanna Shelton – PART TWO: why we should priorities natural health and homeopathy in our every day livesSusanna Shelton – PART ONE: why we should priorities natural health and homeopathy in our everyday livesKarin Kos – The New Zealand Apiculture industryLance Burdett – PART TWO: The human brain and dealing with high-stress situations
Welcome back for part two! This episode is part of a two-part special. In the first part, we spoke with Lance about his journey into the New Zealand Police and some of his high-risk missions. Part two will cover how the brain works and some practical things to reduce negative chatter. Bio: After a very successful career in the construction industry, Lance Burdett joined the NZ police, where he spent 22 years as a top police crisis negotiator. Lance was the National Advisor for all NZ Police Negotiation Teams, qualified as an FBI Negotiator, and attended the Australian Counter-Terrorist Negotiators Course.   With his ability to deal with high-stress situations, Lance has published two bestselling books – ‘Behind The Tape: life on the police frontline’ and ‘The Dark Side of the Brain’. For the past seven years, Lance has been running his company WARN International, which specialises in workplace wellness, awareness, resilience & negotiation. This podcast touches on some important topics regarding mental health and suicide prevention, which could be distressing for some listeners. Where to find help and support:  Shine (domestic violence) - 0508 744 633Women's Refuge - 0800 733 843 (0800 REFUGE)Need to Talk? - Call or text 1737What's Up - 0800 WHATS UP (0800 942 8787)Lifeline - 0800 543 354 or (09) 5222 999 within AucklandYouthline - 0800 376 633, text 234, email talk@youthline.co.nz or online chatSamaritans - 0800 726 666Depression Helpline - 0800 111 757Suicide Crisis Helpline - 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO)Shakti Community Council - 0800 742 584
Sep 2 2021
30 mins
Lance Burdett – PART ONE: The human brain and dealing with high-stress situations
https://www.warninternational.com/ This episode will be a two-part special. In the first part, we will be chatting with Lance about his journey into the New Zealand Police and some of his high-risk missions. Part two will cover how the brain works and some practical things you can do to reduce negative chatter. After a very successful career in the construction industry, Lance Burdett joined the NZ Police, where he spent 22 years as a top police crisis negotiator. Lance was the National Advisor for all NZ Police Negotiation Teams, qualified as an FBI Negotiator, and attended the Australian Counter-Terrorist Negotiators Course.   With his ability to deal with high-stress situations, Lance has published two bestselling books – ‘Behind The Tape: life on the police frontline’ and ‘The Dark Side of the Brain’. For the past seven years, Lance has been running his company WARN International, specialising in workplace wellness, awareness, resilience & negotiation. This podcast touches on some important topics regarding mental health and suicide prevention, which could be distressing for some listeners. Where to find help and support:  Shine (domestic violence) - 0508 744 633Women's Refuge - 0800 733 843 (0800 REFUGE)Need to Talk? - Call or text 1737What's Up - 0800 WHATS UP (0800 942 8787)Lifeline - 0800 543 354 or (09) 5222 999 within AucklandYouthline - 0800 376 633, text 234, email talk@youthline.co.nz or online chatSamaritans - 0800 726 666Depression Helpline - 0800 111 757Suicide Crisis Helpline - 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO)Shakti Community Council - 0800 742 584
Aug 26 2021
31 mins
Sergey Brazhnikov – personal journey of becoming the epitome of wellness after hitting rock-bottomPhil Lester - extraordinary power of nature’s most powerful insect and a vital member of our eco-system, the honeybeeRob Haines – The story of a four-generation family business and their journey into health and wellbeingMedical microbiology scientist Ben Harris and immunologist Dr Gill Webster – Panel discussion about the source of natural health and wellbeing
Dr Gill Webster has more than 28 years of experience in the biotechnology sector, emphasising early drug development to treat human disorders by developing strategies to harness the immune system. Her expertise in immunology has seen her work as both a founding entrepreneur and private consultant for both domestic and international biotechnology companies and develop an award-winning natural product; currently, she is the founder of Immunostrategy Ltd and Chief Scientist at NatureBee.   Ben Harris is a medical microbiology scientist with 40 years of experience. Harris has a particular focus on infection prevention and control, epidemiology, emerging antibiotic resistance and its relationship to our microbiome and adverse health outcomes. He is leading the NZ Infection Prevention & Control Consultancy, based in Christchurch and Auckland, where he provides New Zealand-wide IPC consultancy services and is also co-founder of Sanipure.   In this episode, we chat about their journey into healthcare and research. We also cover:   The importance of immunity and microbiology, particularly in this current environment as we face a global pandemic;Infection prevention and control and risks involved in over-sanitation;Antibiotics - have they saved us or diminished our bodies’ natural fighting power?Herd immunity, travel bubbles and being aware of Dr Google;Ways to support natural health and wellbeing.   https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-harris-8238a431/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/gill-webster-b4881715/
May 5 2021
57 mins
Gilbert Enoka - Performing under pressure and things that assist