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Welcome to Elektra Magnesium podcasts. In the series we will examine how the presence or deficiency of magnesium in the body affects different areas of health, and what we can do to keep energy and youthfulness at optimal levels – naturally!
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The symptoms of bloating and bulging belly with embarrassing gas and pain after meals, or reflux that burns your aesophagus, may be part of Irritable Bowel Disorder, SIBO, ulcerative colitis or even Crohn's disease. Collectively they form a growing trend in western societies, with much of the blame going to increasing stress levels. Stress affects …
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Excessive weight gain can be a depressing challenge for many who grapple with hormone imbalance or other stresses that overload the body. It can become even harder for women after menopause to maintain a healthy weight and body shape. Obesity can also lead to other disease conditions like osteoporosis and heart disease, and therefore shorten our li…
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Part 2 of our dive into improving body shape and longevity is via the right kind of exercises. My special guest, Angela Beyer, a renowned personal trainer, nutritionist and health coach, shared her successful dietary strategies in Part 1. In this podcast we will expand on the benefits of exercise and what downstream benefits there are for other are…
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Obsessive-compulsive behaviours are rooted in a physical brain issue and therefore are not an archetypical psychological / mental health issue. That is a big difference! All the talk therapies and pharmacological therapies of every type have not been able to address the underlying brain issue, however there is a strategy that has been working to br…
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Rituals have been used for millennia in every culture and walk of life to help manifest and power up goals. Traditionally many have learned to light a candle and pray to the highest spiritual power many call God, or the God-force. There are a multitude of different kinds of rituals in this toolbox. How do rituals help the brain focus, connect and t…
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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and bipolar disorder share certain symptoms and traits, which means they’re often misdiagnosed for one another. They can also occur simultaneously. 8.4% of children and 2.5% of adults are estimated to have ADHD. Symptoms include inattention or difficulty focusing and concentrating, hyperactivity, and …
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How do excessive estrogenic compounds and chemicals suppress magnesium? How is it related to excessive weight gain, hypothyroidism, chronic fatigue and metabolic syndrome. There is also a difference between natural endogenous estrogen and the synthesised version (the former working with magnesium and the latter against it). My special guest today i…
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Technology can be an angel or a demon, depending on whether it supports human personal growth, happiness and prosperity, or whether it is used for criminal activity or excessive overreach in government totalitarian control. For self-empowerment people need personal freedom, which means we need tools to be free within the environment we live in, and…
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Why are so many women suffering from energetic burnout? Despite good nutrition and lifestyle practices, they may still suffer from stress overload due to a subconscious drive to ‘helicopter mother’ their family at the sacrifice of their own needs. What is it that makes them feel responsible for the happiness of others? Why do they put their own nee…
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Toxins, heavy metals and endocrine disruptors are notorious for blocking the activity of our vital minerals such as magnesium. These chemicals affect hormone balance, suppress metabolism, and can be stored in excessive fat, contributing to obesity. To make matters worse, the extra fat storage makes more estrogen, dampening down testosterone, and le…
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Many office workers sit way too much during the day, sit again in transport to and from work, and sit again to watch TV after dinner. ‘Exercise Deficiency’ ages us prematurely and leads to metabolic issues, chronic fatigue, brain fog, obesity and degenerative diseases. If you are one of those finding it hard to get motivated to go out at night to t…
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An abusive relationship can not only happen in intimate partnerships, but also in the workforce, in business and every area where you may be working as part of a team. The abuse is part of a power play and often involves a narcissistic personality type. My special guest is Dana S. Diaz, a wife, mother, and author of a best-selling book called GASPI…
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Why can't people move forward with their lives if an emotional issue creates a speed bump that hinders focus, confidence and progress? How does one detach from the revolving door of an obsessive thought? What happens when we can see the rationale of something intellectually, but the negative emotion attached to a memory doesn't follow suit? What ha…
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According to the Australian CSIRO, at least 50% of Australians experience unpleasant gut symptoms from bloating and reflux to Inflammatory Bowel Disease, with 1 in 7 experiencing very distressing symptoms. The Lancet reported that in 2023 the prevalence of ulcerative colitis was estimated to be 5 million cases around the world, with the incidence i…
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The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare recently published a report which shows that nearly half of Australian adults commonly report at least two sleep-related problems. Getting too much or too little sleep is associated with an increased risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, and stroke. The tr…
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The brain is the most fascinating and mysterious organ, and there is still a lot to learn about how it works. A recent enigma is the inexplicable rise in the numbers of autistic children, and how best to raise them, educate and support them. This can result in great stress for the family. My special guest, chiropractor Dr Kyle Daigle, has a fellows…
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What happens to our emotional self when we encounter a major life-changing SHIFT-HIT-THE-FAN moment’? What happens when a marriage fails or a business partner you trusted does the dirty on you? What happens if you were exposed to war traumas and then had to fit back into your old world outside of that battle zone? What happens with mental health wh…
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We have seen an exponential rise in recent years in the use of hemp products like Cannabidiol (CBD) as a natural health supplement to support the endocannabinoid system, most commonly for pain relief, but also as an adjunct to cancer treatment and immune system disorders (which are notorious for producing pain). This has opened the gate to a prolif…
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If your mind is becoming a nuisance and getting in the way of your life, if you can’t shake fearful thoughts like some dog turd on your shoe, and if you’ve tried all the mind techniques to ‘re-program’ your thinking, but to no avail, then think again. The problem may not be in your mind at all, but actually in your body. So how do we fix that? My s…
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Emotions and trauma can negatively impact our health, which shows in heart rate variability. Using this diagnostic feedback tool the cause of symptoms can more accurately be targeted with treatments. Dr Greg Elliott is an Exercise Physiologist, Kinesiologist & Osteopathic Practitioner. He specialises in the Heart Rate Variability technique because …
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If you have battled with digestive issues previously thought to be insurmountable, then take heart because there have been many discoveries in the area of gut health that can help you. Josh Dech is an ex-paramedic and Holistic Nutritionist, specializing in gut health. He was able to help his clients who had difficult-to-treat diseases connected wit…
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Excessive weight is not only damaging to self-confidence, but it is also very damaging for the body and ages us prematurely. What is the relationship between emotions, stress and excessive weight gain? If you feel like you are on a merry-go-round of weight loss strategies that don’t seem to keep the weight off, you may be interested in what my spec…
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What causes performance anxiety? What are we afraid of? How can we use it to function at our best (and beyond) when we are under pressure? Can anxiety enhance performance? Dr Eddie O’Connor is a Fellow and Certified Mental Performance Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and a member of the United States Olympic Committee…
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Chronic anxiety can be like a prison – like a revolving door that people become trapped in. In this state, the mind is always in fear mode and ready to run from perceived danger or the illusion of danger. In this podcast we explore some of the reasons this happens, and how to get out of that closed loop. Suzy Hardy is a certified stress management …
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Why is it important not to worry so much? What is the impact of emotional stress and anxiety to health? What’s Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) tapping all about? How does that work to tap into body awareness to calm the vagus nerve, and therefore support optimal health? Brittany shares powerful balancing strategies to rebalance after your emotion…
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What happens to the body when it can't detox properly? Detoxification is extremely important for the body to rebalance pH, otherwise the resulting acidosis can block the work of magnesium and other vital nutrients. How and why could detox problems be related to digestion issues and gut health, acid reflux, IBS, leaky gut, oxalate sensitivity and Cr…
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Energy is a valuable resource for all biological systems. When metabolism and energy production drop below a certain level, disease sets in. Metabolic issues can progress to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, immune system disorders or cancer. Research is showing that metabolism depends a lot on mineral balance, yet these days people have a lot of i…
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Excessive media consumption and information overload has been linked to sleep disturbances, anxiety, stress and other mental health issues. The Internet can sometimes feel like an avalanche of messages coming at you so fast it can become overwhelming. You can also lose sight of when you have had enough because there is always just one more message …
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Regaining control of oneself, and staying calm in the middle of chaos, is an art we all need to master. But how do we keep our balance when circumstances become overwhelming and unpredictable? How do we steer that ship through the storm when the waves seem insurmountable? Emotional control seems to be the biggest challenge for humans, yet it is als…
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Women have been indoctrinated and trained for centuries to be submissive and subservient because their traditional role was mother and family nurturer. More choices are now available for women, so that some at least, have rolled up their sleeves to charge ahead. How can female entrepreneurs (or potential entrepreneurs) move the bar of achievement u…
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Scientists are discovering more about our body’s responses to electro magnetic field exposures, as we move further into a technology dominated society. If we are exposed to excessive stresses and radiation fields that move us out of our ideal natural state, we become ill. In this podcast we talked about crop circle formation research, radiation ano…
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Challenges are an integral part of our human existence on this planet. Life seems to run cycles of challenges where there is a kind of rhythmic ebb and flow. When things are going well we exert ourselves to meet the challenges, to climb the mountains, and then we need to rest a while to recover, ready for the next lot. But what are the consequences…
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This podcast discusses the symptoms of non-verbal autism and what kind of environmental conditions can lead to this health condition. If you know the triggers and causes you have the power to change and correct the effects, so as to re-establish balance and wellness, support competency and independence, and to enjoy a more rewarding experience of l…
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Addictions can be to more than just drugs or alcohol. Addictions can also be to over-eating, excessive sex, gambling or even extreme sports. In this podcast Derrek Mooney, who works as a life coach, talks about his own journey through and out of alcohol addiction. He has been showing many others how to beat the beast of addiction and learn to lead …
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Why do women often lose their ‘sparkle’ during menopause? They can lose interest in sex, energy levels may plummet, they can become very irritable, sleep can become a problem, they can become over-emotional and extra sensitive and hot sweats can cause great discomfort. Alison Bladh in this interview explains how hormones, diet and lifestyle affect …
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This podcast (PART 2) deals with gut microbiome dysfunction and weight issues. If you want to listen to the PART 1 interview with Andrea, outlining all the things that may happen with gut dysbiosis, this is the link: https://youtu.be/mRSxXqf3-Ak So many people are battling with metabolism issues. They become very sensitive to sugars and simple carb…
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We can find ourselves in these days of rapid change and stress, getting stuck on a treadmill of activity where it never seems to be enough. Interest rates are going up along with inflation and people can feel squeezed from all sides. If you or someone you know is dealing with so much stress that they can’t see the wood for the trees, Annie Delre in…
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We live in very disruptive times with mounting pressures and stresses that challenge us to the max so that we can sometimes face an existential crisis. What can happen when people can’t get over the trauma, as in PTSD, and self sabotaging or other negative behaviors persist? In this podcast Harmony Kwiker, a psychotherapist, author, and professor a…
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No matter where we look, people seem to be under extraordinary stress. From executives in the corporate and financial world, to athletes in the sports world, and ordinary folk just trying to make ends meet in an inflationary environment, we see the pressures mounting, which can deplete our resources and wear us out. Hear what elite level athletic c…
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How can we break free of self-limiting thoughts, self-sabotaging behaviours and fear that immobilizes us to the point that we cannot move forward in life? Melanie Yates has some powerful strategies to share. She is a life coach who has mastered the neutralizing of pain from emotions that keep us stuck, or that hinder us from moving forward into cha…
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Gut health is a big topic these days, as researchers have come to realise the extraordinary influence of our gut microbiome on our brain, digestion, metabolism, sleep quality and overall health. Andrea Nicholson helps people address health challenges like fatigue, digestive problems, hormone imbalances, thyroid problems, and mood swings. She is a B…
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Want to know how to shake old emotional baggage and improve relationships? You would be surprised to find out why people can be triggered and over-react to the most innocent comment. Get out of that revolving door and change combat into love, joy and happiness... Dr Jamie Turndorf, also known to millions as Dr. Love through her popular website AskD…
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Tune in to understand the effects of Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMF) on the human body and its energy and metabolism, and learn about protective strategies to insulate against these stresses and adverse health effects. Justin Frandson is an Athleticism Performance Coach that has worked with amateur and professional athletes for over the past two deca…
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Tune in to learn how to release emotions in a positive and fun way, and to improve overall health and fitness. Michaela Czerneková coaches women to overcome emotional eating, regain confidence, inner power and resiliency. She is also researcher, university teacher and mentor, yoga practitioner. Michaela holds a PhD in Cell biology from the Faculty …
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"I was a broker in finance for 26 years and most of my life I had no idea what I was meant to do, what I was here for, or what my calling was. I was stressed, anxious, depressed, suffering from panic attacks and severe insomnia. It became so bad that I questioned whether I wanted to go on with life. Now it is very clear to me. I have a very deep un…
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Fear is the number one tool of manipulation in the world because it is usually where we have the most weakness. It can be powerfully exploited by others if we don’t understand ourselves enough (or aren’t prepared enough) to know what’s real and what isn’t. Fear can make us do stupid things and make big mistakes, or just immobilise us. In this podca…
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What is the difference between a challenge that incapacitates us, and a challenge that makes us stronger? How can we cope better with unexpected changes and stressful conditions? How important is mindset? Jeff gives great tips to overcome inertia and to achieve goals. It's a click of the mind. It's a strategy of grounding routines. No matter what h…
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What is the difference between those that fail to thrive and go under, and those that come out of the challenge better, smarter and stronger? Join us for a great discussion about the mindset for success and to thrive amidst difficult circumstances. Reformed physicist, financial planner, startup founder and autodidactic polymath, best described as a…
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Ravi Sahay is the author of the book “My Health is Your Wealth”. Ravi lives in San Diego and immigrated to the United States from India in 1971 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He earned master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering and Business, and taught economics and math at the University of Phoenix, San Diego campus. Ravi’s career took h…
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Relieve Endometriosis Naturally Endometriosis affects over 360,000 Australians and is the most common cause of chronic pelvic pain for women. Current non-surgical treatments such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, oral contraceptive pills and hormonal treatments have limited effectiveness, with troublesome side effects for many women. Laura Ibra…
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