Thrive Tribe 419

Rose Hollo

Northwest Ohio's only podcast featuring local experts in wellness, psychology, alternative medicine, and everything mind-body-spirit.Our goal is to connect people living in Midwestern America (specifically NW Ohio) with information and resources to help get out of survival mode and start thriving!We're a little crunchy, but we're not judge-y.Don't just survive.

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This episode is based on the work of Dr. Thomas E. Levy's "Primal Panacea" and Dr. Tom Moorcroft's COVID 19 Webinar featuring a panel of holistic and integrative experts, which took place on Sunday, March 22, 2020.  All links are posted below.Guest host, Matt Hollo, Integrative Mental Health Provider, added his thoughts and suggestions on how to interpret and put this information to use.Matt Hollo, M.Ed., LPCC-S, MCHMP:  http://deeprootswellness.netCheck out the Deep Roots Wellness FB page for daily relaxation videos for kids throughout the pandemic.Dr. Tomas Levy, Holistic/Ortomelecular Cardiologist:  http://peakenergy.comDr. Tom Moorcroft:  http://www.originsofhealth.comDr. Alisa Song, Holistic Pediatrician:  http://www.healthykidshappykids.comDr. Terry Wahls, MS Recovery & Wahls (Autoimmune) Protocol: http://drterrywahls.comDr. Joan Rosenburg, Author of "The Hidden Epidemic", etc.: http://drjoanrosenburg.comDr. RoseAnn Cappana Hodge, Neurofeedback & Integrative Wellness:  http://www.drroseann.comDr. Heather Paulsen, Naturopathic Oncologist: http://www.drheatherpaulsen.comTWIN HEARTS MEDITATION Dr. Kasia Kines, EB Virus Functional Nutritionist:  http://kasiakines.com

Mar 2020

1 hr 18 min

Thank you to Deep Roots Wellness for sponsoring this podcast. If you'd like to sign up for Heather's Stress & Grief Release Yoga class series, please click here.If you'd like more information about Heather's one-on-one Reiki and Yoga services, please click here.On this podcast episode, Heather and Rose sit down to chat about how "celebrating the average" becomes increasingly important in this world dominated by media that puts a spotlight on perfection. Heather transitioned from a high-stress career in broadcast journalism to a career in yoga.  She discusses how she was able to take her outer persona and work on transforming and healing her inner self to match, by learning to love and embrace her body and her struggles. Heather believes in "showing up as you are," plus-size acceptance, how any body, gender, or age can be a yoga body, how pranayama ( breathing) helped her tackle anxiety, and what "yin" yoga is all about and how it helped heal a serious injury.  She shares insights from working with students of all ages and body types, and how she is working to show people that yoga really is for anyone who has the desire to learn.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thank you to all our listeners!   Our next episode will be in August, as Rose is taking some time off.  She hopes you will consider doing the same!   :-)

Jun 2019

51 min 59 sec

As always, thank you to Deep Roots Wellness for sponsoring this podcast.  Also, a big shout out to everyone who came to the Holistic Health Fair!This episode features live interviews with event participants Angie Stennet, Sue Dishop, Danielle Small, Jim Brehler, Shane Klingler, Andrea Diaz, Alicia Wells, Katherine Brown, and Karen Lyke.  Special event announcements are included, mentioning Reki Classes, Yoga for Grief and Stress Relief with Heather Miller-Klingler and Dance/Movement Therapy with Jennifer Knapp.  <-------- Click there to learn more & register!

May 2019

28 min 11 sec

Thanks to Deep Roots Wellness, "A Holistic Approach to Mental Health" for underwriting the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast so that we may remain a FREE educational service to Northwest Ohio and beyond.  And, most of all, thanks to YOU (our listener) for tuning in!  We believe YOU hold the power to achieving ultimate wellness and we're here to support you in your journey. This podcast is never intended to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please seek out a professional if you need one.------------------------------------In this episode, Matt Hollo, MA, LPCC, EFT-Int, owner of Deep Roots Wellness, guest hosts and interviews Rose Hollo!   Get a closer look at what she's currently doing in her professional career, how she got where she is now, what she thinks about coming from a place of non-judgement, and using her intuition with coaching clients.Rose also gives details about the upcoming Holistic Health Fair on May 18th at St. John United Church of Christ, 950 Webster St., Defiance (aka "the church on the Defiance College campus"). Click here for detailed info on the Fair.

May 2019

37 min 16 sec

Thanks to Deep Roots Wellness, "A Holistic Approach to Mental Health" for underwriting the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast so that we may remain a FREE educational service to Northwest Ohio and beyond.  And, most of all, thanks to YOU (our listener) for tuning in!  We believe YOU hold the power to achieving ultimate wellness and we're here to support you in your journey. This podcast is never intended to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please seek out a professional if you need one.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Show Notes for Episode 58 with Rebecca AhernPlease come out to our HOLISTIC HEALTH FAIR on May 18, 2018 from 10 am to 2 pm at St. John United Church of Christ on the Defiance College campus (950 Webster St.) to meet Rebecca and SO many other experts in the field of natural wellness.​"A self proclaimed crazy, crunchy, healing hippy, who's in love with life’s journey and this amazing Earth that we all share. She loves to laugh really hard, and when not working on her Apothecary business, she spends most of her time barefoot, cooking, singing and dancing, being a mama to sons Xavier and Pax and a fairly decent wife to her husband Dan. Rebecca is practicing Reiki Master and Intuitive Healer. Offering a variety of small batch & hand crafted products. Including Elixirs, Teas and Salves made from organic and local herbs & foods. Each product is made with love and the intention for healing and highest good, crafted with the Earth and body in mind. No man made chemicals, preservatives or toxins. Just safe ingredients for the whole family. Rebecca is SO grateful for the abundance of love and support given to her and her products.Cheers To Wellness!"Links:Rebecca Ahern Apothecary & Healing websiteRebecca Ahern Apothecary FacebookRebecca Ahern Apothecary Instagram

Apr 2019

1 hr 2 min

Thanks to Deep Roots Wellness, "A Holistic Approach to Mental Health" for underwriting the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast so that we may remain a FREE educational service to Northwest Ohio and beyond.  And, most of all, thanks to YOU (our listener) for tuning in!  We believe YOU hold the power to achieving ultimate wellness and we're here to support you in your journey. This podcast is never intended to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please seek out a professional if you need one.---------------------------------------------------Have you ever felt like your healthcare provider was trying to put a bandaid on your mental health issues, rather than trying to help you resolve them for good? Nobody wants to be in counseling or on medication for the rest of their lives.Ancient wisdom coupled with cutting-edge research is showing us there is hope, and we want to share this information with the world.***We are excited to announce that we'll be offering an ONLINE HOLISTIC MENTAL HEALTH COURSE!***This course gives you a chance to learn the basics of "lifestyle medicine" to support healing.If you are interested in being a part of our first class, we are taking applications now! Please email DeepRootsHelp@gmail.com and tell us why you'd like to participate.Launch date and details will be announced in a private email to our applicants.------------------------------------Episode 57 Show NotesJames “Jack” Lyons-Weiler, PhD is a Pittsburgh-area scientist, lecturer, and author, who has worked collaboratively for over twenty years on over one hundred research studies. After conducting research in Amazonia on prehistorical shifts in climate change, he focused on questions of how to best understand evolutionary biology, and to questions on the origins of biological diversity.Thanks to a Sloan Foundation fellowship, he was then able to shift focus to biomedical problems in cancer, diabetes, heart disease, infectious disease and many other aspects of clinical, biomedical and translational research. To provide a lasting monument to his mother, and to help others share advances in cancer research, he served as the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the open access, peer-reviewed research journal Cancer Informatics (Libertas Academica).An expert in study design, complex data analysis, genetics and systems biology, he has written three books: “Ebola: An Evolving Story” (2015), “Cures vs. Profits: Successes in Translational Research” (2016), and “The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism” (2016). For “Causes”, he reviewed over 3,000 research studies, and he cited >2,000 in the final product. He is currently CEO/Director of The Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, which conducts research without profit motive to “Reduce Human Pain and Suffering Through Knowledge.”A regular featured guest on many radio shows focused on public health, Dr. Lyons-Weiler has reached millions with his defense of science as a way of knowing. He sees the public’s current widespread distrust in science as misplaced, because individual scientists and corporations should be held accountable when they mislead the public for profit motives, not the entire enterprise of science.Here are links to many of the topics and organizations discussed in this episode.Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK):  http://ipaknowledge.orgInformed Consent Action Network (ICAN): https://icandecide.orgOhio Advocates for Medical Freedom: https://ohioamf.orgNational Vaccine Information Center (1986 Vaccine Injury Act):  https://www.nvic.org/injury-compensation/origihanlaw.aspx

Apr 2019

1 hr 25 min

Thanks to Deep Roots Wellness, "A Holistic Approach to Mental Health" for underwriting the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast so that we may remain a FREE educational service to Northwest Ohio and beyond.  And, most of all, thanks to YOU (our listener) for tuning in!  We believe YOU hold the power to achieving ultimate wellness and we're here to support you in your journey. This podcast is never intended to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please seek out a professional if you need one.---------------------------------------------------Have you ever felt like your healthcare provider was trying to put a bandaid on your mental health issues, rather than trying to help you resolve them for good? Nobody wants to be in counseling or on medication for the rest of their lives.Ancient wisdom coupled with cutting-edge research is showing us there is hope, and we want to share this information with the world.***We are excited to announce that we'll be offering an ONLINE HOLISTIC MENTAL HEALTH COURSE!***This course gives you a chance to learn the basics of "lifestyle medicine" to support healing.If you are interested in being a part of our first class, we are taking applications now! Please email DeepRootsHelp@gmail.com and tell us why you'd like to participate.Launch date and details will be announced in a private email to our applicants.---------------------------------------------------Episode 56: Using Intuition with Jennifer RozevinkBy: Jennifer Rozevink (borrowed from Selenite & Sage Facebook Page).Why reinvent the wheel?  This really sums up our conversation very well! -RoseThe biggest question to date has been, what do you do? What is Energy Consulting? Well, it’s a lot of things. Because absolutely EVERYTHING is energy. What I can do, is observe energy. I can feel energy in my being. I listen and talk to energy. I witness the energetic sum of an experience, a moment of time, from ANY time. I communicate with what is all present in that moment. So, what all forms of energy do I interact with to be more specific? The client! If asked to, I can see what is going on energetically in and around one’s being. Deceased and living loved ones, if they are willing. Pets and animals, if they are willing. Nature, trees, plants, insects the land your home is on. The beings that live and stay on the land. Angels, and all forms of divine guidance from all places. Seemingly innate objects such as belongings or furniture. And yes, things that don’t seem so loving or nice. However, I absolutely handle everything with love.I do this with the goal of moving everything and everyone in that moment closer to being whole, closer to being understood, closer to a new experience, closer to peace and harmony, closer to love and light. In a session, whatever comes up, and is ready and willing to be addressed is. Many times an hour session includes mediumship, medical intuition, energy work, and a distant checking into the home. I only “look” if I’m asked to and in a session to do so. I will not know things you do not want me to know. I will just usually perceive a block in that area and will tell you so. If it’s not something you want addressed, we move right on. Confidentiality and privacy are important to me! I will not share if you are a client. I will not share details of your session. However, if you want, you can share your experience of the session. Do I have training? Absolutely! I have my Reiki Master Certification. I have taken Tina Zion’s Medical Intuition and Advanced Medical Intuition Training twice. I have also been in one on one mentoring for with Tina Zion for over a year now. I also have worked for over two years

Mar 2019

40 min 29 sec

Thanks to Deep Roots Wellness, "A Holistic Approach to Mental Health" for underwriting the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast so that we may remain a FREE educational service to Northwest Ohio and beyond.  And, most of all, thanks to YOU (our listener) for tuning in!  We believe YOU hold the power to achieving ultimate wellness and we're here to support you in your journey. This podcast is never intended to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please seek out a professional if you need one.---------------------------------------------------Have you ever felt like your healthcare provider was trying to put a bandaid on your mental health issues, rather than trying to help you resolve them for good? Nobody wants to be in counseling or on medication for the rest of their lives.Ancient wisdom coupled with cutting-edge research is showing us there is hope, and we want to share this information with the world.***We are excited to announce that we'll be offering an ONLINE HOLISTIC MENTAL HEALTH COURSE!***This course gives you a chance to learn the basics of "lifestyle medicine" to support healing.If you are interested in being a part of our first class, we are taking applications now! Please email DeepRootsHelp@gmail.com and tell us why you'd like to participate.Launch date and details will be announced in a private email to our applicants.-------------------------------------------------ALUMINUM TOXICITY, EP. 55 SHOW NOTESThis episode is based on the Health Directions Series "Avoiding Metal Toxicity in the Age of Aluminum" presented by the Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom in conjunction with IPAK and Health Freedom Ohio. The keynote was given on Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, PhD and this episode is based on the notes and interpretations made by the podcast host based on Dr. Lyons-Weiler's presentation and the informational sheets provided.This episode offers information about aluminum exposure/metabolism in foods vs. injections, genetic variables and epigenetic effects of environmental exposure, pathophysiological effects of aluminum exposure, increased consequences due to leaky gut, and strategies for metal detoxification.For more information on Dr. James Lyons-Weiler's Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge and this topic, please go to http://ipaknowledge.org-----------------------------Want to advertise your wellness business on our show?If you're interested in supporting the not-for-profit efforts of this podcast through wellness business marketing opportunities, please email info@thrivetribe419.com with "Podcast Commercial" in the subject line.

Mar 2019

1 hr 4 min

Thanks to Deep Roots Wellness, "A Holistic Approach to Mental Health" for underwriting the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast so that we may remain a FREE educational service to Northwest Ohio and beyond.  And, most of all, thanks to YOU (our listener) for tuning in!  We believe YOU hold the power to achieving ultimate wellness and we're here to support you in your journey. This podcast is never intended to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please seek out a professional if you need one.---------------------------------------------------Have you ever felt like your healthcare provider was trying to put a bandaid on your mental health issues, rather than trying to help you resolve them for good? Nobody wants to be in counseling or on medication for the rest of their lives.Ancient wisdom coupled with cutting-edge research is showing us there is hope, and we want to share this information with the world.***We are excited to announce that we'll be offering an ONLINE HOLISTIC MENTAL HEALTH COURSE!***This course gives you a chance to learn the basics of "lifestyle medicine" to support healing.If you are interested in being a part of our first class, we are taking applications now! Please email DeepRootsHelp@gmail.com and tell us why you'd like to participate.Launch date and details will be announced in a private email to our applicants.-------------------------------------------------CUTTING EDGE BRAIN THERAPY WITH DANIELLE NELSON, EP. 54 SHOW NOTESDanielle Nelson, MS, OTR/L is the Principle Operator at Brain Bright Therapy LLC, 5412 Monroe St., Toledo, Ohio.  Check out her website at www.BrainBrightTherapy.com You can call at 419-279-9576In this episode, Danielle explained the she always wanted to work with kids, but didn't think a teaching career was for her.  In college, she discovered the field of occupational therapy and fell in love. Working as a traveling OT, she noticed that many of her clients (with issues such as anxiety and ADHD) still retained their primitive reflexes and wanted to know how to help them reprogram their brains and overcome these issues from the ground-up. She got trained with some of the best functional neurologists and the rest is history!  After working all over the country, she decided to move back home to Northwest Ohio to share her gift of neurological rehabilitation.  Danielle explained that "neurological rehab" has to do with input (sensory processing, etc. ) and output (physical movement, etc).  Primitive reflexes are sort of like traditional reflexes (think of the time the doc tapped your knee with that hammer!) and apply them to automatic body responses that are developed in utero and slowly overwritten in your neurological pathways in the first year of your life.  If these automatic responses stick around beyond age 1, people can experience a multitude of physical and mental symptoms (too many to list)!  It's a common phenomenon that is not widely recognized yet, but has the research to back it.Danielle has worked with people ages 18 months through 86 years old while her primary age range is 6 to 16.  Balancing your brain takes a commitment of daily time and effort over a period of weeks to months to get the best outcome. Danielle offers consultations with parents and adult to discuss whether her program is right for them, and also to help determine cost and insurance coverage of the program.-----------------------------Want to advertise your wellness business on our show?If you're interested in supporting the not-for-profit efforts of this podcast through wellness business marketing opportunities, please email info@thrivetribe419.com with "Podcast Commercial" in the subject line.

Feb 2019

45 min 31 sec

Thanks to Deep Roots Wellness, "A Holistic Approach to Mental Health" for underwriting the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast so that we may remain a FREE educational service to Northwest Ohio and beyond.  And, most of all, thanks to YOU (our listener) for tuning in!  We believe YOU hold the power to achieving ultimate wellness and we're here to support you in your journey. This podcast is never intended to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please seek out a professional if you need one.Have you ever felt like your healthcare provider was trying to put a bandaid on your mental health issues, rather than trying to help you resolve them for good? Nobody wants to be in counseling or on medication for the rest of their lives.Ancient wisdom coupled with cutting-edge research is showing us there is hope, and we want to share this information with the world.***We are excited to announce that we'll be offering an ONLINE HOLISTIC MENTAL HEALTH COURSE!***This course gives you a chance to learn the basics of "lifestyle medicine" to support healing.In a series of seven interesting, fun, and interactive lessons, you will:-Learn what the holistic approach to mental health is all about, including a primer on what the mind, body, and soul really are, and how they work together.-Set a goal for your mental health and work toward it.Find out how to partner with a professional (if you wish) to be a health detective team, looking for clues and actively working to solve your deeply rooted issues.-Learn how to nourish your body's organs, including your brain, to support your mood and encourage healing from within.​-Practice journaling to be self-reflective and accountable for your daily habits and choices.-Try a variety of holistic health modalities.-Share challenges and successes in a supportive online group format.-Learn about the history of psychiatry and considerations if you wish to discontinue medication for a mental health condition.If you are interested in being a part of our first class, we are taking applications now! Please email DeepRootsHelp@gmail.com and tell us why you'd like to participate.Launch date and details will be announced in a private email to our applicants.If you're interested in supporting the not-for-profit efforts of this podcast through wellness business marketing opportunities, please email info@thrivetribe419.com with "Podcast Commercial" in the subject line.

Feb 2019

55 min 19 sec

This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! 419-239-2113 in Defiance, Ohio. This episode is sponsored by Naturally Simplified. Does holistic life have you frazzled? No worries, our Certified Holistic Aromatherapist has you covered. Visit www.naturally-simplified.com or look for Naturally Simplified on Facebook and Instagram. Her upcoming presentations are linked below: Essential Oil Safety Basics: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516078228618028/ DIY Foaming Hand Cleanser: https://www.facebook.com/events/173141343372991/ Top 5 Must-Haves: https://www.facebook.com/events/295212957682326/ CBD: New Legislature: https://www.facebook.com/events/262139857671902/ Holiday Gift Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/590793241292392/

Sep 2018

36 min 20 sec

Local. Organic. Fresh. Herbs. If these words appeal to you, listen as Northwest Ohio's first only-herb commercial farmer and flavor guru offers his perfect trifecta of business sense, experience in food service, and gardening to a teeny tiny plot of organic land that is bringing big results! His clients include local grocery stores, Turkeyfoot Creamery, and various buyers via FreshSpoke. The name of his farm is "Herbaceous Ltd." Michael shares this advice if you're thinking of trying your hand at growing herbs. Start with plants that are close to the ground and have square stems. Good ones to try are sage, thyme, savory, oregano, basil, mint, and tarragon. If you would like to learn more about Herbaceous Ltd., please check our their very green and herbaceous Instagram page under Herbaceousltd. You can email Michael at herbaceousltd@gmail.com This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! 419-239-2113 in Defiance, Ohio. This episode is sponsored by Naturally Simplified. Does holistic life have you frazzled? No worries, our Certified Holistic Aromatherapist has you covered. Visit www.naturally-simplified.com or look for Naturally Simplified on Facebook and Instagram. Her upcoming presentations are linked below: Essential Oil Safety Basics: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516078228618028/ DIY Foaming Hand Cleanser: https://www.facebook.com/events/173141343372991/ Top 5 Must-Haves: https://www.facebook.com/events/295212957682326/ CBD: New Legislature: https://www.facebook.com/events/262139857671902/ Holiday Gift Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/590793241292392/ Music: bensound.com

Aug 2018

32 min 10 sec

This episode was recorded LIVE, courtesy of the Relatively Speaking podcast at the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast's Holistic Health Fair in Defiance, Ohio on April 14th, 2018. In this passionately-delivered episode, you will learn how our diets directly impact our health and well-being, how to decifer wording on food packaging, and what side of the GMO debate you might land on. Dr. Jennifer Pfleghaar is an emergency medicine physician board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. She has worked in the Mercy Healthcare system serving the Toledo community since 2008. She is a graduate of the emergency medicine residency program at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, where she was a flight physician with Life Flight. She is a 2008 graduate of Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA. Currently, Dr. Pfleghaar is pursuing a fellowship in Integrative Medicine at Arizona University. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family (3 children), running and paddle boarding on the Maumee River. Her interests include avoiding GMOs, cloth diapering, baby-wearing and extending breastfeeding. Dr. Pfleghaar owns Pflegmed, an inegrative medical practice and Perrysburg Yoga in Perrysburg, Ohio. Check them out at www.Pflegmed.com Special thanks to our podcast sponsor: www.DeepRootsWellness.com, a Holistic Approach to Mental Health and to our episode sponsor: www.Naturally-Simplified.com, for all your organic, non-toxic body and home care needs. Music: bensound.com

Aug 2018

56 min 59 sec

According to CDC stats, Opioids killed 42 thousand Americans in 2016. Celebrities like Prince and Tom Petty shone a light on a problem that is invading so many average peoples' lives, even right here in Northwest Ohio. Opioid addiction can and does happen to anyone, rich or poor, famous, or next door neighbor. It can take only 5 days to become addicted, many times to a prescription written by a doctor for a week or more. In this episode, our Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor discusses the signs and symptoms of addiction, how people get addicted, and how professionals help them get clean. Rose discusses the use of natural remedies to help with pain as opposed to pharmaceutical products. Please keep in mind this information is for educational purposes only, and does not replace the advice of your healthcare provider or your own research. This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! 419-239-2113 in Defiance, Ohio. This episode is sponsored by Naturally Simplified. Does holistic life have you frazzled? No worries, our Certified Holistic Aromatherapist has you covered. Visit www.naturally-simplified.com or look for Naturally Simplified on Facebook and Instagram. Her upcoming presentations are linked below: Essential Oil Safety Basics: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516078228618028/ DIY Foaming Hand Cleanser: https://www.facebook.com/events/173141343372991/ Top 5 Must-Haves: https://www.facebook.com/events/295212957682326/ CBD: New Legislature: https://www.facebook.com/events/262139857671902/ Holiday Gift Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/590793241292392/

Jul 2018

52 min 43 sec

Hey Tribe: We'll be posting a follow-up episode on "Low Inflammation Diet & How to Read Labels" by Dr. Jenny Pfleghaar, DO, on August 6th, 2018. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast so you don't miss it! Is your daughter (or son) a frequent sufferer of joint pain, fatigue, frequent fever, or irritability? These could be symptoms of one of a group of inflammatory and autoimmune conditions that fall under "Junior Rheumatoid Arthritis." One of our guests this week was diagnosed with JRA as a kid, and a doctor believes it was triggered by recurrent Strep infections. She explains what her life was life in the past, and how as an adult has learned to deal and even rise above her illness using holistic methods such as yoga, muscle-strengthening cardiovascular exercise, positive attitude, chiropractic care, and clean eating. Our second guest, a chiropractor who specializes in pediatrics and pregnancy, gives us some technical information about JRA and how it may be approached in a chiropractic setting, and what parents should look for in a qualified peds Chiropractor. For more information about Dr. Klingler, please visit his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/DrShaneKlingler or Defiance Chiropractic at www.DefianceChiropractic.com . He also suggests checking out his wife's yoga practice on Facebook at HeatherMKYoga or www.HeatherMKyoga.com He also suggests parents look at this info-packed website: http://icpa4kids.org/ Athena recommends checking out Vitality Yoga on Facebook. This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! 419-239-2113 in Defiance, Ohio. This episode is sponsored by Naturally Simplified. Does holistic life have you frazzled? No worries, our Certified Holistic Aromatherapist has you covered. Visit www.naturally-simplified.com or look for Naturally Simplified on Facebook and Instagram. Her upcoming presentations are linked below: CBD Oil: https://www.facebook.com/events/172996740042239/ Essential Oil Safety Basics: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516078228618028/ DIY Foaming Hand Cleanser: https://www.facebook.com/events/173141343372991/ Top 5 Must-Haves: https://www.facebook.com/events/295212957682326/ CBD: New Legislature: https://www.facebook.com/events/262139857671902/ Holiday Gift Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/590793241292392/

Jul 2018

30 min 20 sec

Does the thought of doing "self care" stress you out even more? Taking care of yourself should be something you look forward to, instead of another "chore" on your to-do list! On this episode, Matt (a mental health counselor) and I go over some simple, yet common, self-care strategies, and then Matt introduces us to one strategy that blows everything else out of the water (in our not-so-humble opinions)! Wait for it.....! This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! 419-239-2113 in Defiance, Ohio. This episode is sponsored by Naturally Simplified. Does holistic life have you frazzled? No worries, our Certified Holistic Aromatherapist has you covered. Visit www.naturally-simplified.com or look for Naturally Simplified on Facebook and Instagram. Her upcoming presentations are linked below: CBD Oil: https://www.facebook.com/events/172996740042239/ Essential Oil Safety Basics: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516078228618028/ DIY Foaming Hand Cleanser: https://www.facebook.com/events/173141343372991/ Top 5 Must-Haves: https://www.facebook.com/events/295212957682326/ CBD: New Legislature: https://www.facebook.com/events/262139857671902/ Holiday Gift Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/590793241292392/ Music Credit: bensound.com

Jul 2018

40 min 6 sec

According to Dr. Watts, N.D., 35% of the population isn't sleeping well. Is this you? In this episode, we chat about how getting little sleep is a status symbol, whether quality is more important than quality, and how adrenal health, stress, and and corisol play a role in sleep. We also go over some natural ways to practice good "sleep hygiene" for a more restful night. Dr. Watts recommends these books: "Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers" by Robert Zipolsky and "Saying Goodnight to Insomnia" by Dr. Jacobs. She also recommends the "Get Flux" app for laptops, or an app that dims your mobile device's screen to amber at least 30 minutes before hitting the hay if you absolutely have to use a screen. Find out more about Dr. Watts and book an appointment if you need more help.' www.ToledoNaturopathic.com On Facebook: Toledo Naturopathic This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! 419-239-2113 in Defiance, Ohio. This episode is sponsored by Naturally Simplified. Does holistic life have you frazzled? No worries, our Certified Holistic Aromatherapist has you covered. Visit www.naturally-simplified.com or look for Naturally Simplified on Facebook and Instagram. Her upcoming presentations are linked below: CBD Oil: https://www.facebook.com/events/172996740042239/ Essential Oil Safety Basics: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516078228618028/ DIY Foaming Hand Cleanser: https://www.facebook.com/events/173141343372991/ Top 5 Must-Haves: https://www.facebook.com/events/295212957682326/ CBD: New Legislature: https://www.facebook.com/events/262139857671902/ Holiday Gift Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/590793241292392/ Music Cred: www.bensound.com

Jul 2018

51 min 39 sec

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255 Available 24 hours everyday. Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade's recent deaths triggered an effort to raise awareness about suicide, and our podcast is trying to do our part. What are the warning signs and risk factors of suicide? How do we prevent our loved ones from hurting themselves? Where do we find help? Matt Hollo, LPCC, talks about how to ask the awkward question, and how doing so has saved many of his clients from harming themselves or taking their lives. This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! Music Credit: www.BenSound.com

Jun 2018

39 min 48 sec

Jenn Kujawa is all about going scared, overcoming fears, embracing her worth as a woman, and being a positive force for change in the world. In this episode, we learn about her recent trip to Guatemala to meet women with whom she is partnering to offer fair trade accessories to Americans, and in-turn, provide a living wage to families who otherwise might not be able to provide for themselves. Further, Guatemala, a developing country, just experienced their worst volcanic eruption in over 100 years on the day Jenn departed for home. She joins us less than 48 hours after arriving back in the States to share moving stories from her trip, and to tell us that the choices that we make here do affect others, even as far away as Guatemala. Jenn says: "Follow me on instagram at @fairestjenn, join my facebook group at bit.ly/fairestjenn or visit my website bit.ly/NoondayJennK to shop and learn more about Noonday. They can also shop here to donate to relief efforts for the Guatemala volcano eruption. bit.ly/GuatGiveBack18 " This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! 419-239-2113 in Defiance, Ohio. Music Credit: www.BenSound.com

Jun 2018

45 min 40 sec

Curious about making your own cleaning products? Danielle Small from Naturally Simplified shares some basic information about why we should think about what's in the chemicals we use in our homes, and how we can safely make our own germ-killing concoctions using essential oils and simple ingredients from the grocery store. Get your very own DIY nontoxic cleaner kit from Danielle here! https://www.etsy.com/listing/605325192/all-purpose-cleaner-non-toxic-cleaner?ref=shop_home_active_1 Information in this podcast is for informational purposes only. No information provided is intended to diagnose or treat any illness or disease. Always consult your health care provider before changing or adding any supplements to your treatment. This workshop was recorded in front of a live audience in April 2018 in Defiance, Ohio. Not sure you want to make your own products? You can buy nontoxic handmade items from Danielle. Please visit her online: www.naturally-simplified.com www.etsy.com/shop/naturallySimplified www.amazon.com/handmade/naturally-simplified Want to attend a live event in Defiance, Ohio with Danielle? CBD Oil: https://www.facebook.com/events/172996740042239/ Essential Oil Safety Basics: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516078228618028/ DIY Foaming Hand Cleanser: https://www.facebook.com/events/173141343372991/ Top 5 Must-Haves: https://www.facebook.com/events/295212957682326/ CBD: New Legislature: https://www.facebook.com/events/262139857671902/ Holiday Gift Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/590793241292392/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This podcast is sponsored by Deep Roots Wellness: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health. To check out what our mind-body-spirit Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor can do for you, please visit www.MattHollo.com. He accepts insurance, all ages! Music Credit: www.BenSound.com Recording Credit: relativelyspeaking.buzzsprout.com

Jun 2018

26 min 25 sec

Do your kids get frequent ear infections? Is your baby constantly tugging on his or her ear? Want to know natural ways to support ear health before turning to antibiotics or tubes? Listen in as a father and chiropractor talks about how having a child has changed the he relates to parents facing a scary (and painful) situation with their children, and how chiropractic is a great way to prevent chronic ear infections. He also informs us about whether or not swimmers' ear is a traditional ear infection, and how we can deal with that type of issue. Dr. Tyler asked us to share these resources: Photos of "otitis media" (middle ear infection) and a visual of the child Eustachian tube vs. the adult Eustachian tube: https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/000638.htm www.rebelchiropractic.com www.ICPA4kids.com www.gonstead.com http://icpa4kids.org/images/research/2016failedtympfinal.pdf This podcast is sponsored by Deep Root Wellness, A Holistic Approach to Mental Health Please visit our sponsor at www.MattHollo.com to learn more about holistic counseling and to book your appointment today. (Yes, he accepts insurance)! Music Credit: www.Bensound.com

Jun 2018

38 min 9 sec

Do you know someone who is being abused? Matt Hollo, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and experienced offenders treatment group facilitator, explains the Duluth "Power and Control Wheel." This wheel shows aspects of subtle mistreatment that lead to physical and sexual violence. We discuss how to safely help yourself or someone who is in danger. He also covers the generalities of the Duluth "Nonviolence (Equality) Wheel." This podcast was recorded live on Facebook and the extended video showing behind-the-scenes footage is available at https://www.facebook.com/ThriveTribe419/videos/1717807244946942/ If you need immediate help, call 911. For counseling regarding domestic violence (victims or offenders, kids, couples), call Matt with Deep Roots Wellness at 419-239-2113 to set up a free 15 minute consultation. Visit www.MattHollo.com for more information. If you need report abuse or get away from an unsafe situation, please contact one of these organizations while you are in a safe location, on a password protected device (or use a public phone or computer if necessary): House of Ruth: 1-877-988-5559 (NW Ohio area) RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (4673) Comprehensive Crisis Care: 419-592-8336 (NW Ohio area) Defiance/Paulding County Job & Family Services: 800-342-0160 Sarah's House Victims of Crime: 419-782-0911 (NW Ohio area) Teen Line: 24 hour confidential information: 877-419-7233 Center for Child & Family Advocacy: 419-592-0540 (NW Ohio area) Thanks to our sponsor: Matt Hollo at Deep Roots Wellness: www.MattHollo.com Music Credit: www.BenSound.com

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May 2018

50 min 34 sec

There are many differing opinions about how to prevent gun violence in Northwest Ohio. There's little chance of making progress without discussion. We're starting the conversation with three of Ohio's leaders on the gun violence prevention front lines. Rachel Gagnon is the Local Group Lead for Toledo Chapter of Moms Demand Action. She supports the 2nd Ammendment but advocates for common sense solutions. MDA is comprised of nearly 4 million supporters nationwide, including parents, nonparents, men, women, students, survivors, and gun owners, etc. They are an evidence-based group and operate under the umbrella of Everytown for Gun Safety. Learn more at www.momsdemandaction.org Toby Hoover is an advocate, activist, survivor of gun violence victim, found and retired executive director of the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence (OCAGV). The Coalition was formed in 1996 with a mission to reduce gun violence through education, advocacy, and public awareness. OCAGV is a non-profit statewide organization working with partners and supporters to save lives through policy and culture change. To learn more, visit www.ohioceasefire.org, "OhioCeaseFire" on Twitter and Facebook. Rev. Kristine "Kris" Eggert is the Executive Director of God Before Guns, a multi-faith coalition of individuals and faith communities working to reduce gun violence in Cleveland, Ohio. She supported students effected by the Chardon school shooting. Her violence activism has brought her into many faith communities, the Statehouse in Columbus, and the Halls of Congress. You can find out more about her organization at www.godbeforeguns.org or on Facebook at "God Before Guns." We'd like to thank our sponsor, Matt Hollo, holistic Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, of Deep Roots Wellness: www.DeepRootsWellness.com For more information about our podcast, please go to www.ThriveTribe419.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com

May 2018

57 min 41 sec

What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder? What are the signs and symptoms? Who gets it and why? Is this only limited to veterans? What are some natural ways of treating PTSD? In this episode, Matt Hollo, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, gives details on PTSD. Host Rose Hollo asks specific questions about natural treatment options. Recommended resources: https://www.matthollo.com/resources The information in these notes and podcast is meant to assist your research into this subject. This information is not meant to diagnose or treat any individual's mental or physical illness. PTSD is serious. Please do not attempt to treat it alone. If you need help, please seek the assistance of a qualified provider, like Matt Hollo: 419-239-2113. If this is an emergency, please call 911. Music Credit: www.bensound.com

May 2018

40 min 1 sec

Canal Junction Farm is farming outside the box! They're not your typical NW Ohio farmers, and it's paying off. From individual clients to restaurants like the very popular Fowl and Fodder in Toledo, people are in love with their healthy, delicious, sustain-ably (and ethically) raised grass fed meats and cheeses. When you're talking holistic health, a big part of this is caring for the body by making sure food choices are top notch! We are lucky to have a local farmer who agrees with this concept. In this episode, we talk about how Ralph used grass-grazing to bring life to "dead" farm soil, about his stint with hydroponics, the history of his farm, whether or not their products are organic, and why his meats and dairy are so much healthier than the typical foods produced on conventional Northwest Ohio farms. If you'd like more info on the farm, their store location and hours, their events (tours are great!), you can visit their website at www.cjgrassfed.com Thank you to this week's sponsor: Rebel Chiropractic at www.RebelChiropractic.com and our permanent sponsor: Matt Hollo, holistic mental health therapist at www.MattHollo.com Music credit: www.bensound.com

May 2018

40 min 9 sec

We're getting weird this week. Mind-body-soul-community! We cover a huge amount of ground: bone broth, menstrual sponges and cups, poop, supplement safety & affordability (and what some manufacturers are sneaking into their pills), MTHFR mutations, and our big fat Portland, Oregon trip, complete with Air B&B, amazing food, fantastic art, tiny house hotel, weird and wacky plants (the food kind and the smoking kind), pedestrian right-of-way, disappointing island, public transportation, and traveling with a toddler. Phew! Many thanks to Dr. Jenny Pfleghaar, "Integrative Doctor Mom" for answering our questions. Check her out at www.Pflegmed.com Thanks to my co-host Matt Hollo. Check him out at www.MattHollo.com Music credit: www.bensound.com

Apr 2018

47 min 46 sec

Are you able to adapt to change? Here are some special announcements from the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast. Have a great week!

Apr 2018

10 min 28 sec

There are so many words that make up the building blocks of motherhood. Love, faith, social isolation, fertility and infertility, spirituality, comparison traps, social media, play groups, self-care, etc. What words would you throw into it? Author Amy Seiffert lays it all out: the good, the bad, and the sometimes ugly messiness that is real motherhood. Truth bombs included. She pulls you in with her honesty and down-to-earth insights, both in this interview, and in her book "Chin Up." We focus in on her own story and what lead to writing her book and exposing vulnerable parts of herself to the world. We also touch on the spiritual component of Holistic Health and why it is a missing piece for so many people, as well as how Amy's book might appeal to people who don't share her religious beliefs, but still find themselves on a journey of exploration through motherhood. Amy is a grad of Bowling Green State University and has been married for 15 years and has three amazing kids. She has been working in the field of Christian ministry for many years, and loves athletics, creating things, and decorating. Amy has been interviewed on CNN International for the One Dress Campaign to raise awareness for sex trafficking in Ohio and became a spokesperson for The Daughter Project in NW Ohio. She's been blogging for ten years on everyday life and spirituality. Connect with Amy at www.AmySeiffert.com or purchase her book at https://www.amazon.com/Chin-Up-Strength-Motherhood-Unravels/dp/1976398096/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1523896927&sr=8-1&keywords=chin+up+book Thanks to this week's sponsor: Matt Hollo, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and EFT tapping practitioner: www.MattHollo.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Apr 2018

42 min 58 sec

Lucy is a personal mind trainer and teaches her clients how to LIVE. She is a "vitalist," which is a theory about life that was once accepted in our society, but not longer considered relevant. Lucy feels this opinion is wrong because the mind and body need to work in sync for people to achieve true wellness. She is a graduate of the College of Integrative Nutrition and is a certified Aroma Freedom Techniques Practitioner. She operates her health coaching business in Northwest Ohio. This is the second part of a two-part interview. Here, we'll discuss genetic memories and Aroma Freedom Technique and how this can help get to the root of body-mind issues to help someone achieve their wellness goals. If you'd like to learn more about Lucy and her services, please visit www.yourhealthreborn.com or email her at lucy@yourhealthreborn.com. You can also look for her on Facebook under "Lucy Coppes." If you enjoy the connection between history and health care, Lucy recommends the book "The Nazi War on Cancer," by Proctor (Princeton University Press). https://press.princeton.edu/titles/6573.html Special thanks to this week's sponsors: Matt Hollo, LPCC, EFT-Int, Mental Health Professional: www.MattHollo.com Rebel Chiropractic: www.RebelChiropractic.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Apr 2018

47 min 12 sec

What's emotional intelligence and do you have it? How does this skill help us lead with empathy? Jamie gives us the full scoop, sharing a personal struggle and how she stumbled into her field of helping people communicate and understand one-another better. She gives basics that can help you in your own life, including the secret to showing others you care, "anchors," and one key component of helping a room full of people (from family functions to board rooms) understand each other. Jamie was born and raised in NW Ohio, and works to teach others how to better communicate with one another. She earned a Bachelor's Degree from Ohio University with a research focus on public advocacy. She's an accomplished public speaker who won a number of national titles in public speaking during college. Currently, she's an Instructional Designer who builds training programs. She's produced trainings for Mercedes-Benz, Ally Financial, and Verizon, among others. Her proudest accomplishment is as a Coach for the Maumee High School Speech and Debate Team, which allows her to teach teens how to express themselves with confidence and grace. Jamie recommends this book: Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Gollman: http://www.danielgoleman.info/purchase/ Jamie would like to share this free presentation for anyone who is interested in being a community activist and would like some public speaking tips: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4TbcWiYrPvERk5vQ2Y1S3BkWkU/view?usp=sharing; https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1u1NyjsXZRmCDdTNxrE3X8u-pQlVPSd4xFWEEMEbyxpE/edit?usp=sharing; https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QsTgo6IwJwJIhgj3yTEdnNupczf0E2Qu/view?usp=sharing Would you like to connect with Jamie Zipfel?Here's how: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-zipfel-4bb08b95 Big thanks to this week's sponsors: Staci Stevens, Health Coach: https://www.facebook.com/Eating-For-Health-1558292724426426/ Matt Hollo, Behavioral Health Professional and EFT tapping coach: www.MattHollo.com Music credit: www.bensound.com

Apr 2018

45 min 30 sec

Suffer from allergies? We cover some of the most essential changes you can make in your life to combat seasonal, environmental, and even (minor) food sensitivities. Danielle Small, Certified Holistic Aromatherapist answers some of our biggest questions. From reducing plastic (yes, plastic contributes to sensitivities!), to what essential oils may help improve air quality, to diet changes, to utilizing natural supplements and saline rinses. Rose talks about how she's dealt with her significant allergy issues and what she's learned through the experience. Matt ends with a quick discussion on using Emotional Freedom Techniques tapping. Thanks to our contributors: www.Naturally-Simplified.com www.MattHollo.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Mar 2018

53 min 19 sec

Lucy is a personal mind trainer and teaches her clients how to LIVE. She is a "vitalist," which is a theory about life that was once accepted in our society, but not longer considered relevant. Lucy feels this opinion is wrong because the mind and body need to work in sync for people to achieve true wellness. She is a graduate of the College of Integrative Nutrition and is a certified Aroma Freedom Techniques Practitioner. She operates her health coaching business in Northwest Ohio. In this first of two episodes, we discuss what a health coach is and why people need a coach. We talk about why we struggle with self care and why people go from doctor-to-doctor with no help for their chronic health issues. We also talk about what it really means to live the best life possible, and how resiliency and our instant-gratification culture plays into this. Lucy is especially interested in history, and allows this to inform her work. In Part 2 (coming soon), we'll discuss genetic memories and Aroma Freedom Technique and how this can help get to the root of body-mind issues to help someone achieve their wellness goals. If you'd like to learn more about Lucy and her services, please visit www.yourhealthreborn.com or email her at lucy@yourhealthreborn.com. You can also look for her on Facebook under "Lucy Coppes." If you enjoy the connection between history and health care, Lucy recommends the book "The Nazi War on Cancer," by Proctor (Princeton University Press). https://press.princeton.edu/titles/6573.html Special thanks to this week's sponsors: Matt Hollo, LPCC, EFT-Int, Mental Health Professional: www.MattHollo.com Rebel Chiropractic: www.RebelChiropractic.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com

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Mar 2018

38 min 45 sec

Jamie Walters hails from Defiance, Ohio and is the Ohio State Beekeeper of the Year! He's a Master Gardener, Certified Naturalist, Pollinator Specialist, Queen Inseminator, founding member of the Sustainable Technology Network, Apiary Inspector, Apiary owner, and beekeeping teacher. In this episode, Jamie shares his adventures in beekeeping, talks about how he would do things differently if he got a "do over," his most important advice for novice keepers, how all of us can help pollinators, and how he stumbled into this unlikely career and absolutely loves it. Call Farmland News for a copy of an in-depth Feature Story about Jamie, which includes his story about overcoming environmental allergies, a fear of public speaking, and pictures! (419) 445-9456 Links: https://www.facebook.com/NorthwestOhioBeekeepers/ https://www.facebook.com/WaltersGardenBlog/ Click here for list of local NW Ohio Events: https://www.facebook.com/Black-Swamp-Beekeepers-Association-413662272313759/ Special thanks to our sponsors: Pflegmed Integrative Medicine and Perrysburg Yoga: www.pflegmed.com Matt Hollo, Mental Health Professional (EFT tapping): www.matthollo.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Mar 2018

35 min 4 sec

Be sure to check out the video at this link: http://11to7show.com/ This week's guest is Dan Mobley (AKA "Danny Parker"), and 11 to 7 is his show. He gives us plenty of insider info on his show (which is still pre-launch), talks about the creative process, and suggests a couple fun things to do that are within a one-tank trip from Northwest Ohio. About the TV show: "In this fast-paced half hour program… I choose a destination and proceed to sample some of the things that make it unique. And to make it even more fun I invite interesting guests to join me. 11 to 7 refers to 11 am to 7 pm. That’s all the time we have to drive some really cool cars, sample flavors of local restaurants, experience points of interest, and soak up all the atmosphere we can find." If you're on a budget but still expect great service and good food, Dan suggests trying out one of Don Hall's fine dining establishments, which can be found in various locations throughout Ft. Wayne. http://www.donhalls.com/ Thanks to this episode's sponsors: Immaculate Marriages: https://www.facebook.com/ImmaculateMarriages Matt Hollo, Mental Health Professional: https://www.MattHollo.com Music credit: www.Bensound.com

Mar 2018

47 min 42 sec

Let's talk Keto (and the research behind it), sugar addiction, weight loss vs. nutrition, and gut health! Brooke Gordon from Beetroot answers your questions about eating for health, while Matt Hollo, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, talks about the psychology behind eating and gives us an easy way to help beat sugar cravings. Rose reads excerpts from a favorite book: "The Healthy Gut Cookbook: Boost Your Immune System and Restore Digestive Health" by Lindsay Boyers. We hope you enjoy this special BONUS episode, free of commercials! If you appreciate all our hard work and feel this free information is valuable, please leave us your two-sentence review on iTunes. It will help others find this info, too! Resources: www.MattHollo.com www.BeetRootBrooke.com www.lindsaybnutrition.com

Feb 2018

40 min 7 sec

Special announcement: On Monday, February 19th, Ashlee's surviving twin Nova is having brain surgery. On behalf of the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast, we'd like to extend our most heartfelt offering of love, prayers, Reiki, juju, mojo, and whatever else we can muster for Nova, Ashlee, and their family. We wish Nova a successful surgery and a peaceful recovery. #savingsupernova Join us for an epic interview with Thrive Tribe 419 podcast's favorite internationally acclaimed photographer (plus author, producer, feminist, and storyteller): Ashlee Dean Wells from the 4th Trimester Bodies Project. Ashlee and Rose get down to business discussing how Ashlee thrives, the story of her twin-to-twin transfusion pregnancy and the loss of one baby, the 4th Trimester Bodies Project, inter-sectional feminism, not suddenly "coming out" as queer (even though some of us misunderstood), non-binary parenting, and caring for a child with special needs while caring for her own needs. Website: www.ashleed.com Facebook & Instagram: 4thTriBodies Thanks to this week's sponsor, Matt Hollo, LPCC, MEd, EFT-Int : www.thrivetribe419.com/e-courses Music Credit: www.bensound.com

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Feb 2018

41 min 40 sec

Intern Galen Spiegler, BA PSY, guest-interviews listener favorite Erin Wiley on the subject of intimate relationships. Topics covered: -Traditional views of sex being only for a man's pleasure -Whether or not growing up in the 419 affects one's views about sex. -A look at sex education in NW Ohio school systems -And a discussion about pornography and how it can help or hurt relationships. Note: Galen lives with Cerebral Palsy, which affects his speech. Thanks to translator Ulysses for the communication assistance. Find out more about Erin Wiley at: http://erinwileytherapy.com/ http://willow-center.com/ Special thanks to our sponsors: Rebel Chiropractic: www.Facebook.com/RebelChiropractic Matt Hollo, M.Ed. LPCC, EFT-INT www.ThriveTribe419.com/e-courses Lynn Heitmeier, Immaculate Marriages www.Facebook.com/ImmaculateMarriages Music Credit: www.bensound.com

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Feb 2018

39 min 46 sec

Win a free 12 pack, mixed flavors, of Crossroads Kombucha! Instructions on how to enter in this episode. Hastags: #ThriveTribe419 and #CrossroadsKombucha Winner will be chosen on February 19, 2018 and will be announced on the Thrive Tribe 419 podcast Instagram page. In this episode, Robert talks about how he's excited to begin thriving in his business in the 419, his former root beer addiction and how he kicked the habit, challenging gender norms as a work-at-home dad, balancing work and family, lessons learned living abroad, unexpected success, and what exactly "kombucha" is. Robert Johnson is the founder of Crossroads Kombucha, author of Amazon bestselling books, and former English teacher in the Philippines and Thailand. He currently resides in Fort Wayne, Indiana with his wife and two children. Robert's books: https://www.amazon.com/Robert-Allen-Johnson/e/B00IX69TQY/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1 You can find "Crossroads Kombucha" on Facebook and Instagram Email Robert at crossroadskombucha@gmail.com Website: www.crossroadskombucha.com Big thanks to this week's sponsor: Matt Hollo, M.Ed., LPCC, EFT-INT "The tapping guy" www.thrivetribe419.com/e-courses Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Feb 2018

46 min 4 sec

Are you a Rebel, a Questioner, and Upholder, or an Obliger? Join Rose and Matt as we discuss The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin, and how these tendencies affect our marriage and our parenting. Special listener Q&A with fan favorite Dr. Tyler Schwanz from Rebel Chiropractic. We end the episode with a very special meditation "offering up" our expectations. This our monthly GIFT to you, free of commercial and jam-packed full of fun, useful information. By the way, as the thank you to our listeners, Rose is choosing one iTunes reviewer and giving them her copy of The Four Tendencies, so someone else can put this amazingly insightful information to use and just spread the spirit of acceptance and understanding in this world that needs so much love right now. Want to help spread the love? Your two-sentence review on iTunes will help other people hear this message, and like ripples on a pond, help others have a better day. Thanks, everyone! We hope you enjoy this episode!!!

Jan 2018

1 hr

Get your FREE printable guide to a clean gut and good health (written by Karen Lyke) by going to: https://www.thrivetribe419.com/clean-gut-is-health-gut This episode (Part 2) can stand alone! We've covered the basics of GAPS diet and now we dive deeper into the prevention and healing of chronic illnesses, especially Celiac disease and Autism. Karen explains whether the diet is safe for anyone to try, how soon results should be expected, and what to do if you experience a detox "crisis." Karen Lyke holds a D.Sc. in Holistic Nutrition from Hawthorn University as well an M.S. in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. She is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist and a Diplomat in Advanced Nutritional Laboratory Assessment. She has taught nutrition, anatomy, and physiology to massage and acupuncture students and is currently teaching at Hawthorn U, as well as Stautzenberger College. Additionally, she is a Certified GAPS Practitioner and is on the Honorary Board of the Weston A Price Foundation. Karen is heavily involved in the Toledo WAPF Chapter. If you'd like to contact Karen, email her at tradrestore@gmail.com For more info about today's topic, Karen recommends these books: -Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride's "Gut & Psychology Syndrome" -"The Paleo Approach" by Sarah Ballyntune Ph.D. -Terry Wahls, MD: "The Wahls Protocol" -"The Funky Kitchen" by Sarica Cenohous Special thanks to our sponsors: Matt Hollo, M.Ed. LPCC, EFT-INT: www.ThriveTribe419.com/e-courses Rebel Chiropractic: www.Facebook.com/RebelChiropractic Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Jan 2018

50 min 26 sec

Karen is such a good teacher! She has a simple way of explaining tough concepts. In this episode, (Part 1 of 2), you'll learn WHAT the Gut and Psychology Syndrome is, how to eat on the diet, how it differs from the dietary suggestions offered by conventional medicine, and why we should care. We also touch on vegetarianism/veganism and our experiences with it. In Part 2, (Ep. 28, to be published 1-22-2018) we will expand on this philosophy by discussing what dis-eases can be treated with GAPS, including Autism and Celiac, and whether it's safe for anyone to try, as well as resources for learning more. Karen Lyke holds a D.Sc. in Holistic Nutrition from Hawthorn University as well an M.S. in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. She is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist and a Diplomat in Advanced Nutritional Laboratory Assessment. She has taught nutrition, anatomy, and physiology to massage and acupuncture students and is currently teaching at Hawthorn U, as well as Stautzenberger College. Additionally, she is a Certified GAPS Practitioner and is on the Honorary Board of the Weston A Price Foundation. Karen is heavily involved in the Toledo WAPF Chapter. If you'd like to contact Karen, email her at tradrestore@gmail.com For more info about today's topic, Karen recommends these books: -Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride's "Gut & Psychology Syndrome" -"The Paleo Approach" by Sarah Ballyntune Ph.D. -Terry Wahls, MD: "The Wahls Protocol" -"The Funky Kitchen" by Sarica Cenohous Special thanks to our sponsors: Matt Hollo, M.Ed. LPCC, EFT-INT www.ThriveTribe419.com/e-courses Lynn Heitmeier, Immaculate Marriages www.Facebook.com/ImmaculateMarriages Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Jan 2018

32 min 59 sec

Hungry kids in NW Ohio? This may be a bigger problem than many of us realize! In eye-opening interview, we learned how many kids in Defiance County are struggling with hunger on a daily basis, and what local community members and organizations are doing to help alleviate this issue. Carrie Wetstein, the Executive Director of the United Way of Defiance County is a natural behind the microphone with a gift of real-life storytelling. You'll be moved and your heartstrings will be tugged! If you'd like to see photos of a "stuffing party" in action and read even more about these hunger superheroes, please order a copy of the Farmland News! Ask for the Backpack Buddies issue. Call 419-445-9456 and have it delivered to your door. Visit www.UnitedWayDefiance.org to learn more about the United Way of Defiance County and their 26 programs! Special thanks to Matt Hollo, M.Ed. LPCC for sponsoring this week's episode. https://www.thrivetribe419.com/e-courses Thank you to these amazing Northwest Ohio organizations and businesses who are true hunger superheroes: Women's Giving Circle, St. John United Church of Christ, Aldi, Promedica Defiance Regional Hospital, ReMax Realtors, Kohls Cares, Defiance Fire Department, Toledo Symphony, and all the local groups who participate in stuffing the bags. Music credit: www.bensound.com

Jan 2018

43 min 40 sec

What is a shameless mom, and is it the same as being selfish (and is it really a "bad thing)? How can we (especially moms) change from habits of self-neglect to self-care, and how does the Shameless Mom thrive in her daily life? How is she helping her child to live shamelessly amid gender stereotypes? We go even deeper, exploring feminism, people-pleasing, needless apologies, giving ourselves permission, resolutions vs. goals, and priorities. It's one of the BEST episodes we ever published and I know if you're a mom, you'll love it. Sara Dean, our guest, is the creator and host of the Shameless Mom Academy Podcast, which has been featured in 5 categories of iTunes New & Noteworthy for over a year now. Sara's biggest passion is helping women own their space. After enduring her own identity crises following the birth of her son, Sara took her background in psychology/health/wellness (my kind of woman!), and rebuilt her identity one step at a time. Sara motivates and inspires women to stop shrinking and start growing. She is on a mission to inspire women and moms, in particular, to live bigger, better, bolder, braver, #everydamnday. Know a mom who needs to hear this message? Please share this podcast with her. Let's spread the love for ourselves and for each other, shamelessly! If you loved this episode, will you please leave us a quick 2 sentence review on iTunes, or wherever you listen? This helps let people know if this podcast is for them. How to connect with Sara Dean: www.ShamelessMomAcademy.com Facebook & Instagram: Shameless Mom Academy Big thanks to this week's sponsors: www.rebelchiropractic.com Facebook.com/ImmaculateMarriages Deep Roots Wellness on Facebook & Instagram Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Jan 2018

51 min 53 sec

Wholehearted living is about engaging in our lives from a place of worthiness. It means cultivating the courage, compassion, and connection to wake up in the morning and think 'no matter what gets done and how much left undone; I am enough." It's going to bed at night thinking "Yes, I am imperfect and vulnerable and sometimes afraid, but that doesn't change the truth that I am also brave and worthy of love and belonging." In this special bonus episode, we talk about Rose's main takeaways from the book "Daring Greatly" by Brene' Brown: wholehearted living, cultivating gratitude, and combating perfectionism. Matt adds a therapist's perspective and they discuss simple tips on how to put these concepts into positive action through easy strategies and EFT tapping. Rose also reads listeners' questions and Dr. Watts' (our favorite Naturopathic doc) advice about lowering A1c levels, easing anxiety & depression, and what blood tests to ask for at our next appointment with our primary care provider. This is a jam-packed episode full of real, effective tips and tricks for having a better mind, body, and spirit! Each month we plan to bring you a new episode just like this. We hope you like it. Please let us know if you found this episode helpful by leaving a review wherever you listen to podcasts. Also, share this with a friend who may benefit from this information. Special thanks to Dr. Maleigha Watts from Toledo Naturopathic. Look for Toledo Naturopathic on Facebook! Visit us at www.ThriveTribe419.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Dec 2017

58 min 23 sec

Do vaccines save lives? Are they safe? We get into the nitty-gritty of the "the other side" of the vaccine debate. This episode is not for the faint of heart. Dr. Schraw is "anti-vax" and has the research to back up his claims. He feels that chiropractors need to go from "adjusting spines" to "growing them" when it comes to educating their patients about vaccines. He talks about The Politics of Polio, a ridiculous "mouse study," the debunked autism link, how the medical industry is like a church and vaccination is like the baptism, why money and medicine don't go together, and how we need to get past the "too many organs, too few drugs" model of healthcare. Dr. Herbert B Schraw was born in Detroit, Michigan. He holds a Bachelors in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic. He is a chiropractor and has been researching vaccines and their history for over 40 years. He has lectured to groups of parents and chiropractors on vaccine history, the contents of vaccines, and vaccine manufacturers. As a provider, he has seen and treated vaccine injured patients. He, his children, and his grandson are completely unvaccinated. He was an extension faculty member of Sherman College, a Certified Pierce/Stillwagon Results Chiropractic Instructor, a contributor to Fluoroscopy Procedures and Interpretation, contributed to the Key Dimensional Headpiece for Cervical Adjusting, and the inventor of the Pelvic Analyzer Ruler for X-Ray interpretation. Dr. Schraw is an avid college football and lacrosse fan and bleeds Notre Dame Blue and Gold. Dr. Schraw owns a practice in Toledo, Ohio. If you would like to contact him, please call 419-531-6000. Dr. Schraw recommends these resources for more vaccine information: https://worldmercuryproject.org/mercury-facts/mercury-in-vaccines/ https://www.naturalnews.com http://www.mercola.com/ http://www.vaccinetruth.com/ Big thanks to this week's sponsors: Beetroot http://beetrootbrooke.com/ WE LOVE BEETROOT'S CHOCOLATE SALTY BARS! She's offering killer deals right now: The Give Wellness Bundle with 10 organic, gluten-free, dairy-free granola bars, a super comfy Beetroot t-shirt (your host loves hers), and Goals session with Brooke, a $103 value, but only $80 right now (20%+ off)! OR, you can get 10 bars, mix-and-match flavors. (original, pepperment, or nut-free coffee) for $25. These are handmade with love in Defiance, Ohio. Our new fave is the organic peppermint chocolate salty bar. Use the link above or check out Beetroot Brooke on Instagram or Facebook. Rebel Chiropractic https://www.facebook.com/chiropractorwaterville/ Mention Thrive Tribe 419 podcast and receive a free spinal health assessment. Matt Hollo, LPCC https://www.thrivetribe419.com/e-courses Matt offers Emotional Freedom Techniques (tapping) sessions via Skype. If you think someone could benefit from the information in this podcast, please share it or leave us a review on iTunes, buzzsprout, Stitcher, GooglePlay, Facebook, or anywhere else you see on online. Thanks! Music credit: www.bensound.com

Dec 2017

1 hr 33 min

What are the signs & symptoms of pelvic dysfunction? Is this a women-only, postpartum-only issue? Is endometriosis something that a physical therapist can treat? What would you expect at a physical therapy appointment? Our guest, Dr. Alisha Bruhl is a Physical Therapist at 3D Wellness, and a mom of a beautiful 10 month old baby boy. She's passionate about helping people live active, healthy, and happy lives without movement problems or pain holding them back. *Thrive Tribe 419 podcast is available wherever you listen: iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, etc. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss next week's episode: "The Vaccine Controversy." If you'd like to contact Dr. Bruhl, you can email her at alisha@toledophysicaltherapy.com, call her at 419-318-7019, our find her on Facebook and Instragram under ElitePTToledo and 3DWellnessWomen'sHealth, 3D4Women. If you know someone who could benefit from this information, please share this episode! Thank you to this week's sponsors: Beetroot, Immaculate Marriages and Matt Hollo, LPCC, EFTP Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Dec 2017

37 min 31 sec

Screen time: Yay or Nay? And why is staying active so important for kids? What can we do over Christmas vacation and how do we help our kids (and ourselves) change our couch-potato habits? *Thrive Tribe 419 podcast is available wherever you listen: iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, etc. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss next week's episode: "Women's Pelvic Health" Dr. Alisha Bruhl is a Physical Therapist at 3D Wellness, and a mom of a beautiful 10 month old baby boy. She's passionate about helping people live active, healthy, and happy lives without movement problems or pain holding them back. Alisha suggests checking out the Toledo Museum of Art: www.toledomuseum.org Sylvania Playland: www.sylvaniaplayland.com And Lucas County Public Libraries www.toledolibrary.org for fun things to do indoors. Rose suggests checking out the Defiance Public Library System, too. They have storytimes, crafts, and all sorts of fun, family-friendly events during the winter. www.defiancelibrary.org If you'd like to contact Dr. Bruhl, you can email her at alisha@toledophysicaltherapy.com, call her at 419-318-7019, our find her on Facebook and Instragram under ElitePTToledo and 3DWellnessWomen'sHealth, 3D4Women. If you know someone who could benefit from this information, please share this episode! Thank you to this week's sponsors: Immaculate Marriages and Matt Hollo, LPCC, EFTP Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Dec 2017

32 min 52 sec

Danielle Small explains what a non-toxic life is, and why it's so important. She goes deeper by talking about relationships, social media, being sealed into our homes in the winter, deciphering ingredients in personal care products and cleaners, and dealing with anxiety. Danielle has always had sensitive skin and figured out how to make her own nontoxic skin care products using essential oils. She then moved on to cleaning products, and is now a Certified Holistic Aromatherapist. She suggests trying the app "Think Dirty" and Rose talks about the "Healthy Living" App by the Environmental Working Group. Danielle also suggests checking out the website: www.stopthestomachflu.com to see some cool hydrogren peroxide experiments. If you'd like to contact Danielle, go to Naturally-Simplified.com *If you liked this episode, please hit that subscribe button! Reviews on iTunes are very much appreciated. This helps others decide whether or not our podcast is worth their time. Thanks! Music Credit: www.bensound.com

Nov 2017

44 min 32 sec

Natalie White from Defiance, Ohio, is a foodie, a homeschooling mom, an amazingly talented baker and cook, and she just happens to make everything gluten-free because she has Celiac Disease. Natalie also loves eating out and knows some of the best Celiac-friendly places in Toledo. Adam Hansen from Toledo is a downtown businessman who has endeavored to raise awareness of restaurant choices in the downtown area, helping the region thrive for everyone. This jam-packed episode covers a lot of ground. We talk about how the holidays can be difficult, (or easy!) for someone with Celiac, what Celiac is, what gluten is, what happens when someone who is Celiac eats gluten, how to survive the holidays with a food allergy, and lots and lots of Toledo dining suggestions for those who wish to eat out and avoid allergic reactions. An important tip: If avoiding gluten, always look for the Certified GF label. When dining out, look for locally-owned and/or ethic quisine. They are more likely to understand and be able to avoid allergens if requested. The dining establishments mentioned in this episode include: Fowl and Fodder PF Chang's Biaggi's Blaze Pizza Organic Bliss Yer Mom's House of Eats Kengo Sushi & Yakatori Grumpy's Original Sub Shop Balance Pan Asian The Chop House The Heights Broomhouse Barry's Bagels For more information, please visit www.ToledoEats.com or look for ToledoEats419 on Instagram and Facebook. Music credit: www.bensound.com

Nov 2017

56 min 43 sec

Melissa Aschmeier is a mom and the owner of Fluff Stop Baby Shop in Defiance, Ohio, where she shares her passion for cloth diapering, baby wearing, healthy pregnancy, breastfeeding, non-toxic products, and educational toys. Listen in to hear all about choosing quality gifts for kids that won't add to the junk pile, will grow with them, and will aid in their development. You might even be able to pass these items down through the generations because they never become outdated. Melissa also has a love of this small town in NW Ohio and is leading an effort to revitalize the downtown area in conjunction with the Defiance Development and Visitor's Bureau. There are some fun events planned for the 2017 holiday shopping season and her store is participating. Pick up your downtown Defiance Passport and #ShopDefi this holiday season! Support local small businesses during your holiday shopping! Have your Passport stamped at 12 of the 29 stores, turn it back into the DDVB office (325 Clinton Street) and be entered to win a downtown Defiance gift certificate tree worth $500+!! For more info: http://visitdefianceohio.com/event/shopdefi-passport/ On Friday, Dec. 15th from 6-8 pm, you can drop off your kids at the Campus Community Center and shop downtown Defiance for some great deals AND keep those gifts a secret from your kiddos! The Fluff Stop will be open and offering some great deals during that event. For more information about Fluff Stop Baby shop, go to www.fluffstop.com Music Credit: www.bensound.com Melissa is doing a giveaway with our podcast! Make sure you're subscribed to this podcast, and listen all the way to the end to get the details!

Nov 2017

42 min 39 sec