EP 115: Intestinal failure and DIY Fecal Transplant with functional medicine health coach Kimberly Kaye
Buckle up people, we have the mother lode of all episodes for you. We welcome functional medicine health coach and functional nutritionist Kimberly Kaye to the show. Kimberly walks discusses her battle with Ehlers Danlos syndrome patient a connective tissue disorder, her near death experience with intestinal failure which lead to her have to be fed through her heart! Ellen almost passed out during that story. Getting a test called a Defecogram, and not one, but two!! Fecal implants. It's chock- full of OMGs. Enjoy. Follow Kimberly at: Instagram @kimberly_kaye www.patreon.com/chronicallychill Sponsor Links: Poop Like a Champion Cereal www.pooplikeachampion.com FLUSH www.flushwash.org Future Method www.futuremethod.com Follow Hey Poopy Podcast at: Instagram @heypoopypodcast Twitter @HeyPoopy YouTube Hey Poopy Dave Ellen Website www.heypoopypodcast.com Email email@example.com Call Us at 203-998-5579
Ep. 15 American Life Destroys the Gut with Kimberly Kaye
SHE Talks Health
Every woman in my practice has a messed up gut - whether it presents itself as GI upset symptoms like constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, pain, bloating, gas or equally as often, it presents as a downstream symptom like migraines, brain fog, joint paint, heavy menstrual cycles, autoimmunity, insulin resistance and weight gain. Gut health is the root cause of many symptoms and diseases - to discuss this insane interplay I've invited none other than Kimberly Kaye onto the show. As a survivor of a deadly chronic illness she is truly a walking example of how integrative nutrition and functional medicine can reverse even the most dire situations.
The Loose Cattle singer, actor, multiple organ failure survivor, health coach, nutritionist, writer, Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, and Hottest Hell Tours operator has a lot on her plate. After spending close to a year unable to consume food by mouth, she’s got quite an appetite for life. Now she spends her time helping others navigate their own challenges. Let’s see what she can do for the Troubled Men. Topics include the new airport, a TSA encounter, Steve Watson and Midway Pizza, Scrabble, a banjo player, NYC on 9/11, an ice hockey morgue, Springsteen country, a relocation, NOLA MMA, Ray Lopez, the crow pose, the Bayou Fighting Championship, an acting award, an agent, organ failure, the Cleveland Clinic, the VIP floor, a self-diagnosis, patient advocacy, nutritional training, a glucose drip, starvation, bio-individual medicine, 5G electric meters, Chronically Chill, a pitch, plant burgers, a table read, Luke and Megan, and much more. Support the Troubled Men Podcast here. Subscribe, review, and rate on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and most podcast aggregators. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Intro music: Styler/Coman Outro music: “St. James Infirmary” by Loose Cattle Links Support the podcast TMP Instagram TMP Facebook Kimberly Kaye Twitter Chronically Chill Kimberly Kaye Facebook Hottest Hell Tours Loose Cattle TMP Cocktail Fund
This episode we have an interview with Kimberly Kaye. Kimberly currently a blue belt and an author for Jiu-Jitsu Times. She also has a rare disease called CIPO. You will find her training at NOLA MMA in Louisiana. We talk about: Dealing with health issues including CIPO How the Jiu-Jitsu community has supported her Fitness tips Advice for women starting BJJ The importance of communicating with your training partners Her advice on nutrition Being an author for Jiu-Jitsu Times Some of her past articles Interviewing Evan Robinson Starting from your knees Fighting for points or submissions Links: Kimberly on Jiu-Jitsu Times Kimberly on Facebook Kimberly on Instagram Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program Tip of the episode: Have a good way to explain your "why" about BJJ Question of the episode: How can I get better sleep after an evening of training? [caption id="attachment_4888" align="alignright" width="225"] Find out how to support the BjjBrick Podcast here![/caption] Catch us next week for another episode of The BjjBrick Podcast The BjjBrick Podcast is in iTunes, Stitcher radio, and Google Play Music for Andriod
Michael Cerveris and Kimberly Kaye of Loose Cattle
Twelve Songs of Christmas
Tony Award-winning actor Michael Cerveris and his friend Kimberly Kaye have careers in the theater and on the small screen, and they formed their alternative Americana band Loose Cattle in the late 2000s. In 2017, they released Seasonal Affective Disorder, their conflicted Christmas album. In this conversation with host Alex Rawls, they talk about their cover of John Denver's "Please Daddy Don't Get Drunk This Christmas," Tammy Wynette's "Merry Christmas (We Must Be Having One)" and the appeal of the sad Christmas song. For more on Cerveris, Kaye, and the story behind Seasonal Affective Disorder, see Alex Rawls' story from 2017 at My Spilt Milk.