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March 5th, 2019

TMHS 339: 4 Hidden Things That Could Be Destroying Your Sleep Quality

by Shawn Stevenson

Transforming your health on a holistic level means looking beyond the hours tracked at the gym, or how many macros you eat on a daily basis. Sleep is an incredible foundation for your overall health—and it’s one that you must lay the groundwork for on a daily basis. If you’ve read my best-selling book, Sleep […]


March 3rd, 2019

TMHS 338: The Truth About Hormonal Birth Control & How To Go Beyond The Pill – With Guest Dr. Jolene Brighten

by Shawn Stevenson

Because science is always changing, so is what’s considered normal in the healthcare industry. It’s astounding to think about a time when lobotomies were a normal procedure, or when leeches were considered a medical treatment. This is proof that when we know better, we can make more informed choices.  Being educated about your options, becoming […]


February 26th, 2019

TMHS 337: The 5 Biggest Smoothie Mistakes

by Shawn Stevenson

As someone who didn’t like vegetables as a child, smoothies played a huge role in helping me begin consuming quality nutrition and resetting my palate. This is the case for many people—smoothies can be an incredible vehicle for getting in nutrients and starting your day off on the right foot. But not all smoothies are […]


February 12th, 2019

TMHS 335: How Sex Helps You Live A Longer, Healthier Life

by Shawn Stevenson

Science agrees: sex is good. Engaging in regular sexual activity not only feels great, but also has many health-promoting benefits. Because sex is so taboo in our culture, no one is really talking about this. That’s why I wanted to dig into the research and bring you a comprehensive look into how sex can help […]


February 5th, 2019

TMHS 334: Keto Myths And How To Go Complete Keto – With Guest Drew Manning

by Shawn Stevenson

The ketogenic diet is generating a lot of buzz these days. Headlines often refer to it as a fad, Atkins 2.0, and even warn of its potential issues long-term. But let’s all remember this important fact: there isn’t one perfect diet suited for all humans. From bio-individuality to lifestyle differences, we all operate a little […]


January 22nd, 2019

TMHS 331: The Muscle-Brain Connection

by Shawn Stevenson

You probably already know that proper nutrition and a solid sleep schedule play a huge role in your brain health and function. And with incurable neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia on the rise, it’s important to take control and implement preventative measures to protect your incredible brain. On today’s show, we’re diving into the […]


January 15th, 2019

TMHS 330: The Science Of Hunger And The Set Point Diet – With Guest Jonathan Bailor

by Shawn Stevenson

Among the many illnesses plaguing the Western world, diabesity, the intersection between diabetes and obesity, is becoming increasingly prevalent. This is a deadly heath epidemic, and clearly the traditional model of “eat less and exercise more” is just not enough for many folks who are battling diabesity.  The solution to solving diabesity isn’t as simple […]


January 6th, 2019

TMHS 328: The Intersection Of Health, Fitness, And Faith – With Guest Isabel Price

by Shawn Stevenson

If weight loss and the process of reaching optimal health can be reduced to a simple science, why are so many people sick, unhealthy, and overweight? Don’t get me wrong, principles like hormone function and metabolism are very real, and building blocks like movement and diet do matter. But here’s the thing: in most cases, […]


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