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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Beth Lambert. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Beth Lambert, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Beth Lambert. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Beth Lambert, often where they are interviewed.

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Jun 26 2020 · 25mins
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Epi 22: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness In America's Children & What To Do About It. With Beth Lambert

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The issue of childhood chronic illness and child nutrition has reached a truly alarming point. The number of children now suffering with chronic illnesses is at an all time high and the only real explanation is our modern lifestyle. 

Here to discuss more about the effect of our processed diets and sedentary lifestyles on our children is Beth Lambert. Beth is a former healthcare consultant and teacher who is now in the process of doing research on the effects of returning to a more holistic diet on childhood chronic illness. 

Listen as she shares detailed information about the study she is currently working on that documents the effect of overall toxic loads on the child body. Reducing toxic load has been proven to eradicate or reduce chronic illness symptoms. 

The health and wellness of our future population is on the line and we have to step up and away from processed foods and heavy chemicals. Beth shares a variety of ways to talk with your kids and help them understand how what they eat impacts their overall health. 

If you’ve been struggling with building a healthy diet routine for your children, this is the episode you need to listen to.

In This Episode:

[01:22] Welcome Beth Lambert to the show to discuss child nutrition. 

[01:40] What do the numbers really look like for chronic conditions in children? 

[03:30] Which chronic conditions are most common in children? 

[06:13] What has happened to have caused this epidemic? 

[11:41] How can we help our kids get on the path to recovery? 

[14:16] Learn the questions you should ask yourself to determine if something is a stressor.

[16:57] Beth shares information about the documentary she has been a part of.

[19:42] What are some of the things that they’ve found works in reversing chronic illness? 

[23:06] Supplements are appropriate when used in an overall healthy diet. 

[24:33] Any advice for parents to keep their kids active and healthy during this pandemic? 

[27:12] Ultimately every kid is different and will need a diet specific to their biomechanical makeup. 

[31:11] A blood test is an excellent tool, but there are other options for determining deficiencies. 

[35:37] Why awareness is important and how you can talk to both younger and older kids. 

[37:42] Learn more about health and its effect on the rest of our lives.

[39:50] Are kids born with food allergies? 

[45:11] Changes in diet have been proven to reduce or erase chronic illness. 

[48:06] How you can join in on Beth’s research. 

[51:13] Are there any better cleaning brands than others? 

[53:28] Connect with Beth. 

Links and Resources:

Peak Performance Life

Peak Performance on FacebookPeak Performance on Instagram

Beth Lambert

Documenting Hope

Made Safe

Branch Basics

A Compromised Generation by Beth Lambert

Brain Under Attack by Beth Lambert

beth@epidemicanswers.org

Jun 09 2020 · 54mins
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Beth Lambert - Total Load

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Author, educator and former healthcare consultant, Beth Lambert has monitored and documented the escalating rates of childhood chronic conditions for nearly a decade. Her first book, A Compromised Generation, provides a thorough analysis of the origins of this modern health crisis and documents how modifications to environmental and lifestyle factors can profoundly influence health outcomes, including full disease reversal. Beth is also the founder and Executive Director of Epidemic Answers, a non-profit organization dedicated to reestablishing vibrant health in our children. Beth notes, “The human body is like a vessel, and it can only take so much stress. 

When you’re a child and you’re going through this complex growth and development process, you need all your energy and resources focused on that. When your body is dealing with toxic exposures and things it is not biologically adapted to deal with, it’s going to start impacting that child’s development and growth.” In this episode, The Brain Possible Founder and CEO, Emily Abbott, and Beth Lambert discuss how Epidemic Answers came to be, and talk about the mission of the organization to reestablish vibrant health in our children and ourselves through education, empowerment, and prevention. Listen in to find out how our modern way of living is having a direct impact on the health and wellbeing of our children.

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May 12 2020 · 36mins
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11-10-19 Beth Lambert - Children's health advocate and the Founder and Executive Director of Epidemic Answers

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Jan 21 2020 · 42mins
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11-10-19 Beth Lambert - Children's health advocate and the Founder and Executive Director of Epidemic Answers

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Nov 11 2019 · 42mins
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Why are our kids so Tox-sick? with guest: Beth Lambert

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Pj interviews her friend, author, & children’s health advocate, Beth Lambert.

Beth Lambert, MA is the Founder and Executive Director of Epidemic Answers, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to reestablishing vibrant health in our children and ourselves through education, empowerment and prevention. Beth is also the author of A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America’s Children (Sentient, 2010) and co-author of Brain Under Attack (Answers Publications, 2018). Beth is currently also the Executive Director of Epidemic Answer's Documenting Hope Project, a collaborative science and media initiative poised to end the new childhood epidemics.

ON THIS EPISODE:

PJ & Beth discuss the silent epidemic of our children’s health, which statistically presents as the biggest crisis of our modern times. Listen as Beth reveals staggering numbers about our nations kids. She shares no matter what different diagnostic category you look at, whether it’s asthma, ADHD, Autism, eczema or allergies, they are all on the same trajectory, which is up!

This information should make you question: why?

Why isn’t this being shared more? Why is this so under-reported and un-recognized? Why is this happening? Why now? Why aren’t we doing something about it? We wondered the same thing and it was a huge reason Pj wanted Beth on the show!

Listen as both Pj & Beth share their viewpoints regarding our cultures habitual exercises to distrust our own maternal & healthy instincts, how we normalize symptoms & sickness, and how we need to be more open to understanding the impact of our environment and everyday convenient practices.

Beth goes into intricate detail and explains what is “the total load theory” and how this is relevant to your families health.

Both ladies go hard on issues we are facing, & neither hold back with their opinions of the current system, capitalism, our toxic culture and the one size fits all medicalized model that is in no way helping statistics change. With so much at stake, this episode is not only for all parents but for all who wish to do more for our children, the future and our world.

Beth’s describes her biggest work to date: the Documenting Hope Project, which we believe ranks up there with the most important scientific work that is being done to date. Check our site for more info.

INCLUDED IN THE EPISODE:

How chronic illness in children is on the rise.

Current statistics of childhood illnesses.

The normalization of feeling unwell & how most physicians aren’t raising the flag.

Parental instincts: feeling dis-empowered & waking up to your intuition.

The illusion of modern health practices & “one size fits all”.

A climate that thrives on our fears.

Signs of parents awakening.

Modern medicine & its relation to innovation. Is our convenience somewhat to blame?

Genes aren’t your destiny.

Changing your lifestyle.

Root causes & physiological symptoms.

Getting caught up in diagnosis’s.

The total load theory.

Culture of toxicity & capitalism in health.

Feeling overwhelmed with all of this, what can we do?

The Documenting Hope Project.

The Chirp Study & The FLIGHT Study.

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Visit our site Pj Harlow Wellness for more information

BETH LAMBERT

Links for more information about the Documenting Hope Project, the Chirp Study, the FLIGHT Study

Visit Epidemic Answers here: https://epidemicanswers.org/

CONNECT ON SOCIAL:

Epidemic Answers on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/epidemicanswers/?ref=br_rs

Documenting Hope on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DocumentingHope/

Epidemic Answers on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/documentinghope/ @documentinghope

PJ HARLOW

Link to Pj’s website at: https://pjharlowwellness.com/

Follow the links to learn about coaching with Pj , mold toxicity, Lyme Disease as well as PJ’s story!

For all the information about this podcast link here: pjharlowwellness.com/podcast/bethlambert

Browse my toxin free recommended products here

LET’S CONNECT:

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealpjharlow

Twitter: https://twitter.com/pjharlowellness

Oct 04 2019 ·
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Ep 13 - Beth Lambert

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I'm sat with Beth from Refill Revolution in today's episode, it was one of those rare hot days we had over the summer and we're chatting all things refill, zero waste and how to get started!

If you have any questions for Beth, then drop her an email, hello@refillrevolution.co.uk

And if you have any for me, then mine is strongbirdfitness@gmail.com 

Sep 22 2019 · 39mins
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Ep. 23: The Rise of Chronic Illness in Our Children + the Search for Answers with Beth Lambert

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It's no secret that chronic illness is on the rise. 

Robert Kennedy Jr. himself even stated

"The greatest crisis that America faces today is the chronic disease epidemic in our children" - RFK Jr.

If you search pubmed (or any other publicly available scientific databse), you'll find hundreds of research studies done and scholarly articles written about the dangers of exposure to certain chemicals, delayed risks associated with C-section, adverse effects after antibiotic use in early childhood, chronic exposure to EMFs, too little exercise, too much screen time, and the list goes on..

Unfortunately, basically every study out there only looks at risks associated with a single variable (whether it be a single chemical or any other variable, such as the ones listed above).

But in the real world, most of us are exposed to hundreds of these stressors before even leaving our house. And what does that synergistic effect lead too? *spolier alert* : no one knows. 

Beth Lambert, the founder of Epidemic Answers, is spearheading a study that aims to answer this question.

The hypothesis posed is such that: the amount of environmental exposures a child is exposed to and during key points in development affect their propensity toward chronic conditions. They also hypothesize that exposures during the 1st year of life, in-utero, and prenatally are more impactful than exposures later in childhood (~6-10 years old).

The more people that participate in this landmark study, the more concrete and statistically significant answers we can get.

If you feel called to participate, please head over to documentinghope.com/chirp-study/

Topics discussed include:
  • What is a toxin load and how it might be affecting us and our loved ones
  • How some stressors are relatively unknown - such as health risks with CFL lightbulbs
  • What happens when an extremely toxic chemical comes into contact with many other toxic chemicals i.e. synergistic effect
  • How the health of the whole family seems to improve when reducing the toxin load within the home
  • Moving from stories to science. At what point do these anecdotal stories become data? The CHIRP study is aiming to do just that.
  • In the U.S. over 50% of children are diagnosed with a chronic condition. The CHIRP study can help give us tangible answers so we can combat these statistics. Head to documentinghope.com/chirp-study to participate. 
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Aug 14 2019 · 36mins
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06/24/19 Guests Beth Lambert and Melanie McNeil

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Host Joe Gavalis talks with his guests, Beth Lambert, Ohio Long Term Care Ombudsman, and Melanie McNeil, Georgia Long Term Care Ombudsman.
Jun 25 2019 · 57mins
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#22: Documenting Hope in a Compromised Generation, with Beth Lambert

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Beth Lambert is the Executive Director of Epidemic Answers and the creator and producer of the Documenting Hope Project. She talks with Eric about what motivated her to write her book A Compromised Generation, the many factors that contribute to chronic disease in children, and how her Documenting Hope Project seeks to empower parents to heal their sick kids, among other things.

Dec 29 2018 · 41mins
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