How to Uplevel Your Gut Health with Dr. Deanna Minich
Dhru Purohit Podcast
This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker and Gut Food.When you think back to what you ate today, yesterday, three weeks ago, or even last year, how different is the food on your plate? Some people naturally include a wide range of diverse food when choosing their meals, but for many of us, it is easy to fall into a trap of eating the same foods day in and day out.But did you know that by not consuming a diverse range of foods, you are missing out on the potential for many health benefits? Despite the promotion of superfoods, no single food contains all the necessary nutrients for overall health and wellness. By eating a balanced diet filled with a wide range of foods, it is easy to ensure that you consume adequate amounts of all essential nutrients. This not only reduces the risk of nutritional deficiencies; it also provides numerous health benefits.On today’s mini-episode, Dhru sits down with Dr. Deanna Minich to talk about one simple thing anyone can do today to improve immune resilience, reduce overall chronic inflammation, and improve cognitive health.Dr. Minich is an internationally recognized teacher, author, scientist, speaker, and artist with more than 20 years of experience in the fields of nutrition and Functional Medicine. Currently, she is Vice President of Scientific Affairs for Organic India USA, President of the American College of Nutrition, and a faculty member at the Institute for Functional Medicine and the University of Western States. In this episode we dive into: -How diversity in our diet impacts immune health -Why diversity of our gut microbiome is so integral to overall health -How phytochemicals and polyphenols influence the gut microbiome-How to get your kids to eat more diverse foods-How to test your food variety level Listen to the full episode here.For more on Dr. Deanna Minich, follow her on Instagram @deannaminich, Facebook @deanna.minich, Twitter @drdeannaminich, YouTube @drdeannaminich, and through her website, deannaminich.com. Check out her podcast, Color Can Heal Your Life, here.This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker and Gut Food.InsideTracker provides detailed nutrition and lifestyle guidance based on your individual needs. Right now, they’re offering my podcast community 20% off. Just go to insidetracker.com/DHRU to get your discount and try it out for yourself.Gut Food uses the power of three critical gut-supporting components—prebiotics, probiotics, and polyphenols—and five ingredients at clinically validated dosages to help reduce inflammation, support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, improve digestion and bloating, and support mood and energy. Check it out at gutfood.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 11.In this episode, we discuss the review paper Dr. Minich co-authored with Weston Petroski about anti-nutrients. In this review, they took a deep dive into the scientific literature and debated what they gleaned. They also suggest how to prep the foods in question if you are concerned or feel you don't respond well to certain foods. Nutrition is very individual at the end of the day.We also discuss the emerging literature on the benefits of "anti-nutrients" for the gut lining, colon cancer, and inflammatory markers. And the more recent discovery that oxalates chelate heavy metals? Nature is so cool. I hope you enjoy this conversation!Dr. Deanna Minich is an internationally-recognized teacher, author, scientist, speaker, and artist.She has more than 20 years of diverse, well-rounded experience in the fields of nutrition and functional medicine, including clinical practice, research, product formulation, writing, and education. Her doctoral (Ph.D.) research focused on essential fatty acid absorption and metabolism, and her Master of Science degree (M.S.) allowed her to explore the health benefits of the colorful, plant-based carotenoids. She has authored six books on health and wellness and over forty scientific publications. Currently, she serves as advisor to various food, academic and health organizations and teaches as Faculty for the Institute for Functional Medicine and the University of Western States. She has developed an online certification program for health professionals so that they can apply the color-coded 7 Systems of Full-Spectrum Health in their practice. Her lectures are heard by patients and practitioners throughout the world. Dr. Minich’s passion is teaching a whole-self approach to nourishment and bridging the gaps between science, spirituality, and art in medicine.Link to her review on anti- nutrients in pub-med.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7600777/To learn more about the Dr. Deanna Minich and her work.https://deannaminich.comConnect with Unique on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/uniquehammond/Find out how to work with Uniquehttps://www.youregreat.com/oneonone-consultsThe Bean Protocol -E-course - https://www.youregreat.com/the-bean-protocol
Phytonutrients: the Key to Your Health, with Dr. Deanna Minich
Five Journeys Podcast
Get more varied micronutrients by eating the rainbow! Join nutrition researcher, educator, and functional medicine-trained clinician, Dr. Deanna Minich, as she shares her unique approach to nutrition that combines physiology and psychology. She discusses the importance of phytonutrients, the impact of organic farming on micronutrients, and how you can detox from the inside out. Start listening to add color to your meals! For show notes, visit https://fivejourneys.com/podcasts/phytonutrients-the-key-to-your-health-with-dr-deanna-minich/
Eating The Rainbow: The mind-body benefits of eating color diversity of plants in your diet & the connection of phytonutrients, glutathione, detoxification, and mitochondria - with guest Dr. Deanna Minich, PhD
Plant-Based and Healthy
In Episode #18 Dr. Deanna Minich and I discuss the importance of the colorful phytonutrients in your diet, the mechanisms in which they work, and how they can impact your mood and mental health. We also discussed;Plant-based foods as functional foods for your health.The non-nutrients in plant foods: phytonutrients. The interplay of phytonutrients and body mechanisms.Cellular mechanisms of phytonutrients: Stress, inflammation, and insulin resistance. Glutathione and phytonutrients.“Eating the rainbow” for detoxification pathways.The 7 systems of health and eating a diversity of color-rich plants. Mood and color, how plants and nature can influence it.“You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in one drop.” - RumiResources:Dr. Deanna Minich - https://deannaminich.com/Dr. Minich’s review article on the benefits of eating the rainbow - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7770496/Dr. Minich’s review article on phytonutrients for glutathione support - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6770193/The Rainbow Diet: Book & Online Program - https://deannaminich.com/book/the-rainbow-diet/Whole Detox: Book & Online Program: https://deannaminich.com/book/whole-detox/Downloadable worksheets and other free resources from Dr. Minich - https://deannaminich.com/downloads/Want to support the show? Help us by subscribing and leaving a review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.About your host: Dr. Travis Cox - BA, DC, MSc is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a focus on Functional Medicine and plant-based nutrition. He is the creator of PBandHealthy.com and host of the Plant-Based and Healthy podcast. Connect with him on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @yourvegandoc #pbandhealthy. And remember, individuals inspire and communities create change!Audio credit: Thank you @katetrajanmusic for your lovely voice on the intro/outro and @craigritchiemusic for the super catchy music track for the intro/outro... many thanks!
Dr. Deanna Minich Discusses Rainbow Diet and Color Can Heal Your Life on Soundings Mindful Media Podcast
Soundings Mindful Media Podcast with Dean & Dudley Evenson
Dr. Deanna Minich is an internationally recognized teacher, author, scientist, speaker, and artist. She invites us to consider food and its relationship to health in more creative ways. Her passion is teaching a whole-self approach to nourishment and bridging the gaps between science, spirituality, and art in medicine. In this interview she discusses food through the aspects of color, creativity, and diversity with a focus on developing personalized approaches to food that relate to each person’s individual needs. She has more than 20 years experience in the fields of nutrition and functional medicine, including clinical practice, research, product formulation, writing, and education. Her doctoral (Ph.D.) research focused on essential fatty acid absorption and metabolism, and her Master of Science degree (M.S.) allowed her to explore the health benefits of the colorful, plant-based carotenoids. She has authored six books on health and wellness and over forty scientific publications. She has developed an online certification program for health professionals so that they can apply the color-coded 7 Systems of Full-Spectrum Health in their practice. Currently, she is Vice President of Scientific Affairs for Organic India USA, on the Board of Directors for the American Nutrition Association, and faculty for the Institute for Functional Medicine and the University of Western States. Learn more at www.deannaminich.com Watch her Interview on Soundings Mindful Media https://youtu.be/jVP0k6ZUUws
Eating the Rainbow: The Science of Colorful, Plant-based Food and Practical Strategies with Dr. Deanna Minich
The Natural Evolution
Color is an incredible and powerful tool – one you can use to heal your life! Dr. Deanna Minich is passionate about bringing a colorful whole-self healing approach to the table and bridging the gaps between science, soul, and art in medicine. You’ll walk away from this episode with a more beautifully appreciative lens of how color impacts us inside and out, why colors should be a part of the conversation surrounding nutrition, how different colors are connected to the benefits they provide to our bodies, and in true Rebel Health Tribe fashion- we go down just a few rabbit holes along the way. Check out Dr. Minich’s book The Rainbow DietDownload her free Rainbow Diet E-Booklet Learn more about color on her websiteFollow her on Instagram for color inspiration (& to see her beautiful paintings)Keep up with her on Facebook And join her Nourish Your Whole Self Community Head over to https://rebelhealthtribe.com/kit to get a free download of our loaded quick start guide to help you along your healing journey. If you like us, subscribe, review, and share us with your friends, and come join our Rebel Health Tribe group on Facebook.
Optimizing Health Through Nutrition With Dr. Deanna Minich
Food + Health Talks With Dr. Julia Olayanju
This is the final episode of season 2 and in this episode a conversation on optimizing health through nutrition is reshared. For as many that are re-evaluating their wellness goals as we wrap up the first quarter of the year. There are valuable tips shared by Dr. Minich worth listening to. DR. DEANNA MINICH is a health educator and author with more than twenty years of experience in nutrition, mind-body health, and functional medicine. Dr. Minich holds Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Human Nutrition and Medical Science, respectively, and has lectured extensively throughout the world on health topics, teaching patients and health professionals about health. She is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, a Certified Nutrition Specialist, and a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner. She serves on the Board of Directors for the American Nutrition Association and is President of the American College of Nutrition. Her passion is bringing forth a colorful whole-self approach to nourishment called Whole Detox and bridging the gaps between science, soul, and art in medicine. Visit her at: www.deannaminich.com You can connect with us on social media here: WEBSITES Foodniche: foodnicher.com
How to Unlock Your Purpose, Health, and Well-Being with Dr. Deanna Minich
Behind Her Empire
Today we discuss all things related to women’s health with someone who not only has incredible clinical experience, but also is an expert in the fields of nutrition, modern science, and spirituality. Dr. Deanna Minich is an internationally recognized health expert, scientist, researcher, and author with more than 20 years of experience in nutrition, mind-body health, and functional medicine. She is on the board of directors for the American Nutrition Association and has authored six books and over 40 scientific publications.In this episode, Dr. Deanna shares her personal story of her own hormonal struggles and how she overcame PMS, endometriosis, anxiety, depression, and IBS. She also explains how this led her to realize how nutrition, mind, body, and spirit are all interconnected. We also talk about how our thoughts can directly impact our health, what foods can be used to enhance your mood, why flow is so vital for women, the importance of having variety in your diet and so much more!In this episode, we'll talk to Dr. Deanna about:* The most underrated pillars of women’s health according to Dr. Deanna Minich. [2:28]* Dr. Deanna’s personal hormonal struggles and how they have influenced her views on health. [3:40]* How painting and color helped Dr. Deanna on her healing journey. [7:55]* How our thoughts can directly impact our health. [12:50]* An example of one of Dr. Deanna’s patients whose health was greatly impacted by her thoughts. [19:04]* The impact of purpose and meaning on our health. [21:43]* How Dr. Deanna utilizes the chakra system in her work. [24:48]* What is important for women to understand when it comes to food and your mood. [28:35]* An example from Dr. Deanna’s life about the benefits of going with the flow and not being too rigid. [32:39]* What Dr. Deanna means when she talks about flow and why it’s so important for women. [36:46]* Some of Dr. Deanna’s favorite foods for positively impacting your mood. [39:47]* How the color orange is linked to the reproductive cycle of a woman’s body. [43:35]* The importance of having variety in your diet. [47:25]This episode is brought to you by beeya: * Learn more about beeya's seed cycling bundle at https://beeyawellness.com/free to find out how to tackle hormonal imbalances. * Get $10 off your order by using promo code BEHINDHEREMPIRE10Follow Dr. Deanna:* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deannaminich/* Website: https://deannaminich.com/Follow Yasmin: * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yasminknouri/* Stay updated & subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.behindherempire.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#72: The Benefits of Organic Eating with Dr. Deanna Minich | Good Bacteria and the Microbiome
Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health
Dr. Deanna Minich is a nutrition researcher, educator, and functional medicine and trained clinician with a unique approach to nutrition that combines physiology and psychology. She has served on the Institute of Functional Medicine’s advisory board and curriculum committee in addition to being a faculty member, teaching nutrition for the advanced practice module for environmental health. She currently serves on the board of directors for the American Nutrition Association and is President of the American College of Nutrition. Her academic background is in Nutritional Science, including a master’s degree in human nutrition and dietetics from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a PhD in medical sciences from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. In conjunction with her academic degrees and extensive teaching experience at the University of Lovell, she is a fellow at the American College of Nutrition and a certified nutrition specialist. Dr. Minich has over 20 years of experience working in both the food and dietary supplement industries, is the Vice President of Scientific Affairs for Organic India, serves as advisor for various food, academic, and health organizations, and has more than 40 published scientific articles in journals such as Nutrients: Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, and Nutrition Reviews. She teaches for the graduate program in human nutrition and functional medicine at the University of Western States. She is the author of 6 books on nutrition, wellness, and psychology, and is passionate about helping others to live well using therapeutic lifestyle changes.About phytonutrients 2:30Tips on “Eating the Rainbow” 9:07Eating organic veggies and produce 18:04The importance of good bacteria on the surface of organically grown vegetables 25:15Specific foods or color palettes to focus on 30:46“The benefits I think it was for mortality and chronic disease in various formats, I’d have to look back at this study, but essentially there was a lower risk with the organic foods and if you did not eat organic, but you still had these fruits and vegetables, it’s like you had no additional benefit.” 19:03https://deannaminich.com/https://www.foodandspirit.com/@deannaminich
276. Immunize Your Gut Health with Dr. Deanna Minich
In this episode, my guest Dr. Deanna Minich and I will take you to the rainbow! On your plate, that is. Tune in as we present the different food colors and why it's time to change your diet if all you see are white and brown.