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Mouthing off with Dr Lewis Ehrlich is all about interviewing health and wellness experts to make living a healthy, holistic lifestyle that little bit easier. We are bombarded by conflicting information that makes us all confused. In this podcast, I break down these barriers by extracting unbiased, practical health tips, routines and habits from people in the know. Like me, you will be inspired by the guests personal stories and their journey into health and wellness.
 
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For episode 33 of the podcast, I am sitting down with Neurosurgeon Dr Vanessa Sammons to talk about brain tumours, the functions of nerves in the body, neck Pain, back Pain, what it takes to become such an advanced surgeon and so much more.بقلم Dr Lewis Ehrlich
 
Leah is a naturopathic clinician, researcher, author and educator who specialises in fertility, pregnancy and reproductive health for men and women. In this episode we cover Leah’s PhD, the importance of preconception preparation for men and women, endometriosis, oral contraceptives, the factors driving poor sperm quality and quantity, reductions i…
 
For this chat, I sit down with a true ‘jack of all trades’, Dr Olivia Lesslar. We discuss how to build a strong foundation for health using nutrition, movement, mindset and sleep, but also go into the unique benefits of cold and heat exposure, breathing techniques, the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for recovery, transcranial magnetic stimulation…
 
Alexx Stuart is an Author, educator, speaker, columnist and consultant to businesses. In 2010 she created her business ‘Low Tox Life’ after seeing the lack of transparency in our food system, personal care and cleaning products. She's built a movement that's non-judgmental, positive and committed to the health of individuals and in turn the environ…
 
Professor Nikolai Petrovsky comes back on the podcast to discuss the results of his Phase 3 trials and his protein-based vaccine which has now been approved overseas. It is the first Australian produced vaccine that has been brought to market and is currently one of only 23 COVID-19 vaccines approved in at least one country.…
 
I thought I would sit down with a root canal specialist to build a better understanding of root canals, what they are, the notion that not all root canals are the same, when they are advised and when they are not, what the research says about their links to systemic disease and so much more. Dr Yoganathan completed her Bachelor of Dental Surgery at…
 
It is a great honour to have Australian of the Year 2020, Dr James Muecke on the podcast. Jamesgraduated with Honours from the University of Adelaide Medical School and then went on to train as an Ophthalmologist. He is the founding chairman of Sight For All, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fighting avoidable blindness in the world. This…
 
Professor Nikolai Petrovsky graduated from Medicine at the University of Tasmania in 1982. He then went on to do his Fellowship specialising in Endocrinology. Not stopping there, he completed a PhD in Immunology at the Walter & Eliza Hall institute in Melbourne, one of the world’s leading Immunology research centres. In addition to being an active …
 
Australia is the epicentre of allergies in the world and is on the rise amongst kids and adults alike. Allergy is problematic for our health because it makes the body feel like it is in a constant state of danger and promotes inflammation. To talk us through why we are seeing such a rise in allergies, all the factors that are contributing to it and…
 
Dr Yoganathan graduated in medicine from the University of Otago in New Zealand. His training in internal medicine was undertaken in the Westmead Public Hospital. His Advanced training in Gastroenterology was completed in major teaching hospitals in Sydney. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physician (FRACP) and a member of Gastroen…
 
For this episode I sit down with Dr Ron Ehrlich for a 2020 year in review. Through Ron’s own podcast, which is called “Unstress”, he has interviewed such a large array of guests on so many important topics, that I wanted to extract the key health tips from his guests and my guests so that you can be as healthy as possible in 2021. We focus on what …
 
Sugar is all around us and most of us are addicted to a certain extent. This addiction or habit has a profound impact on our health. Tooth decay, Diabetes, Obesity, Mental Health and so many other conditions are influenced by how much sugar we are consuming. So, to help you reduce your sugar intake and inspire you to do so, I am talking with Liv Ka…
 
In a world where we seem to be staring down at our phones all day and sitting at our desks typing away on computers, maintaining a healthy neck has never been more important. So for today’s episode, I am sitting down with Dr Trudy Rebbeck. Trudy is a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist that focuses on whiplash, neck pain and headaches at her…
 
Today I am talking all things breathing with Dr Rosalba Courtney. Rosalba is a true expert in the field of breathing . she has a PhD in breathing and is also an Osteopath with 35 years of experience. Rosalba's PhD was on 'Dysfunctional Breathing: Its Parameters, Measurement and Clinical Relevance" and she has published over 15 peer review articles …
 
This episode is about pre-conception preparation for both males and females, how to improve fertility, maintain health throughout pregnancy, how best to recover and re-build optimal health post-pregnancy, as well as so much more. Preparing for conception can shorten the time it takes to conceive whilst also having a very positive effect on the heal…
 
In this episode. I am speaking with Dan Lowry. Dan is a former Australian Army Paratrooper who has done a number of active service tours overseas. Since leaving the Army in 2006 he has worked in a number of roles within the fitness industry. From Personal Training, to Fitness Management, PT Education and also in his current role as the owner operat…
 
In this episode I am sitting down with professional soccer player, Petur Vidarsson. Petur and I have been great friends for well over a decade. We used to play soccer together over in Boston, USA. Petur has since gone on to have a very successful and long-lasting 10-year career as a professional soccer player. He has played over 250 games for one o…
 
If you are planning on having kids, have kids, or were a kid…this podcast is for you. In my dental practice, I treat a lot of children. Many of them have some sort of ailment. Whether it be asthma, allergies, autism, ADHD or sleep disorders, it seems that the health of our kids is on the decline. In fact, it is predicted that today’s children may b…
 
Sleep is, in my opinion, the most important part of the day and has such a huge impact on our overall health. Get it right and you will be infinitely more healthy. Many people think that sleep is just a matter of putting your head on the pillow and hoping for the best. However, how we prepare for sleep, how long we sleep for, and how well we breath…
 
A few months ago, I did a social media post letting you all know that for one of my upcoming podcasts, I would be doing a dental Q and A and I would be interviewing one of my colleagues to answer your questions. Needless to say, I was inundated with questions which I was very happy with because it shows that people out there are really taking an in…
 
This episode is a really fascinating interview about chronic pain and its management. Whether it is back pain, neck pain, an injury or even a tooth ache, we have all been in pain at one stage in our lives. Yet, pain is such an individualised experience and sometimes the stimulus doesn’t match the level of pain. So, to delve into one of the most com…
 
This podcast is such an important one. We are talking about spinal and postural health. With desk jobs, the sedentary nature of life and our obsession with looking down at our phones, we are putting more stress on our musculoskeletal system than ever before. Repeated postural stress can lead to headaches, neck tension, back pain, fatigue, weight ga…
 
This podcast is a very important episode about an issue that is such a common health problem, but due to its non-specific nature, it often falls under the radar. We are talking about thyroid health. The thyroid gland is situated at the front of the throat, and its role is to secrete hormones to regulate many metabolic processes, including growth an…
 
This episode is all about something that is so important to the health picture: Movement. Many of us aren’t doing enough of it, many don’t know where to start, some people arguably are doing the wrong type of movement for them, some of us are looking for short term gain at the expense of long-term health, there are fitness fads and there are people…
 
In today’s episode we are “Mouthing Off” about all things heart health. We all have a heart, and we all need our ‘ticker’ in fine working order to live a long, happy and productive life. I read an interesting statistic the other day that said that if we live for 80 years and we average 80 beats per minute throughout that time, our heart will beat w…
 
In this episode, I’m fortunate to be interviewing the inspiring Deano Gladstone. Many of you may know Deano from the internationally recognised TV show Bondi Rescue which has been on air for an amazing 13 seasons. It is a show that has really stood the test of time. Not only is Deano an amazing lifeguard who has kept so many people alive over the y…
 
Continuing on from the theme of anxiety and mental health with Dr Jodie Lowinger last episode, this one is all about meditation. So many of us know that we should be doing it but don’t really understand why or how. I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve heard people say, “I can’t do it…I can’t clear my thoughts”. So to help people understand w…
 
When we think of health, we tend to focus on the physical, but mental health is such a major piece of the health puzzle. When we hurt our muscles we might see a physiotherapist, when we feel unwell we might see a doctor, and when we have a toothache we go and see a dentist, but when we are anxious, down, depressed or worried, so many see admitting …
 
When it comes to achieving good health, most of us know that we have to exercise, get a good night’s sleep and eat well, but what many of us don’t think about when it comes to our health is environmental toxins that we are exposed to on a day to day basis. Whether it is that facewash we use, that one food we just can’t get enough of, those pots and…
 
In this episode we are 'Mouthing Off about cancer. Whether it is a family member, friend or a friend of a friend... we have all been affected by cancer in some way. It is one of the most common diseases in Australia. So I thought who better to talk to than Dr Olivia Wells. Liv graduated from Monash University with Honours and is on her way to becom…
 
Dr Ron Ehrlich amassed over 35 years of clinical practice. He is truly a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the many links between oral health and general health. Dr Ron is the cofounder of Sydney Holistic Dental Centre and has a Fellowship from the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM). He has also recently publi…
 
In episode 1, I sit down with Drew Harrisburg, Exercise Physiologist and Diabetes Educator. At age 23, Drew was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. This changed his life forever. We talk about the differences between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, the importance of maintaining healthy blood sugar levels for people with and without diabetes, the mental ten…
 
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