Introduction (00:00 – 08:00)
Janet is joined by her good friend Dr. Kate Rheaume N.D., a naturopath and the author of Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox: How a Little-Known Vitamin Could Save Your Life.They open the show by discussing what led her to investigate the obscure vitamin K2 and its importance for making calcium safer!
First Segment: Trending Topics (08:00 – 26:15): Do our beliefs shape our health?
There’s an interesting book called The Mind-Body Code, by pioneering neuropsychologist Dr. Mario Martinez that talks about something he calls biocognition, the interplay between your thoughts and body. This means your thoughts are talking to your cells and having a strong effect on their wellbeing! Janet and Dr. Kate discuss the science behind this idea, and how you can use this knowledge to improve your health.
Do you want to know more? Here are the books they discuss in this segment:
Second Segment: Audience Questions (28:03 – 39:03)
“I love to have a hot bath at nighttime to help me relax and calm my busy mind and I often add Epsom salts. Do they absorb enough through our body in the same way as would taking a supplement etc.? Or should I be having the natural calm or something similar to be more effective to better results?”
Here are five ways to increase your magnesium:
Recipe (39:03 – 44:02): Maple Pecan Salmon
This simple dish is a favourite of Dr. Kate’s, and she’ll use it to convince her children that fish can be delicious! The flavour combination and crunchy pecan topping are bound to make it your favourite, too. You can find this recipe on page 365 of Janet’s book Discover the Power of Food.
Serves 4 to 6
Don’t overcook the salmon, or it will become dry, The timing depends on the thickness of the filet.