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Premature Articulation

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A little science and a lot of laughs as Chris Groutt and Dr. Corey Schuler penetrate integrative and natural medicine.

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A little science and a lot of laughs as Chris Groutt and Dr. Corey Schuler penetrate integrative and natural medicine.

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Premature Articulation

Latest release on Jan 09, 2014

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

Updated by OwlTail about 23 hours ago

Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

Rank #1: Sex, The Polar Vortex and Tunisian Love

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We delve into some cultural phenomena of sex. Chris tells us about his trip to Tunisia. Corey tells us what a polar vortex is in laymen's terms. Our very existence on this planet rests on this episode. Will you participate in saving the world?

Jan 09 2014

30mins

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Rank #2: The Man Pill--Male Contraception, Are We Ready?

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Chris and Dr. Corey explore the science and psychology of male contraception. For some, it is a dream come true to have a man's birth control pill and for others it is unfathomable, unrealistic, and worse than a made for TV film about the undead.

Dec 05 2013

31mins

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Rank #3: Sensuality on the Run

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Ever feel like sex is the last thing on the to-do list? Do you sometimes think it is a “have-to” rather than a “get-to”? Sometimes, there’s nothing better than a nooner, especially when that’s all you have time for.

Sandy Egge, MS illustrates a game plan to keep things hot while burning the candle at both ends. Sandy is hot. Seriously. At 50 years old and mother of two adult children, most people would never guess that she is a day over 33! Sandy took her skills as an artist/ interior designer to make things look hot and her smokin’ hot body and now as CEO of a natural products company (AlmsBio), her products are hot. When you combine this with the fact that her lover (and co-owner of AlmsBio) have kept things sexy through entrepreneurship, we wanted Sandy to spill her secrets.

Sandy holds two nutrition degrees, one from Bastyr University and another from New York Chiropractic College’s School of Applied Clinical Nutrition. Naturally, Sandy will make the point that busy and hot do not have to be mutually exclusive.

Nov 28 2013

30mins

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Rank #4: Chris and Dr. Corey make a podcast

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Chris and Dr. Corey have heard you! There are a ton of great questions that must be answered and these two are going to do it...answer those questions that is.

Buckle your safety belt and keep your limbs inside the car at all times. You are about to experience 30 minutes of interesting and mildly inappropriate information from two sexually satisfied primal animals who are just curious enough to speculate topics that no one else has the fortitude to speculate.

Nov 21 2013

30mins

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Rank #5: When Nutrition Doesn’t Work

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, Cialis, and late-night infomercial boner pills move over. Dr. Chris Oswald teaches us a systematic approach to sexual health. Dr. Oswald is the co-author of When Nutrition Doesn’t Work: What Went Wrong and How to Find a New Doctor available on Kindle at Amazon.com. He has extensive functional medicine training, studying at both Functional Medicine University and the Kalish Research Institute. With the further studies and years of clinical experience Dr. Oswald has developed a focus on those suffering from chronic disease. With the use of functional diagnostics he has developed a highly effective approach to support those struggling with weight gain, fatigue, depression, pelvic and low back pain, and gastro-intestinal problems.
Though this approach Dr. Oswald is able to provide highly customized care for those suffering from chronic health problems. He realizes that the same symptom in two different people could be two completely different problems and everyone receives treatment customized to their biochemical individuality. He has a true belief that when someone’s body is given exactly what is needed, the body has the innate ability to heal, regardless of malady. Treatment options that are considered for all patients include; specific nutrition, diet modification, exercise, manual therapies, and healthy stress management.

Nov 14 2013

30mins

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