Todays podcast may push your buttons, but it will also get you thinking. Thinking about how the world’s most vilified plant has been taken away from millions who could be using it to heal. The future is changing though, and today’s guest is a great example of those who wish to stop the devastating effects of conditions and toxic drugs by using this plant to balance the body.
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness month. Alzheimers Disease is projected to be one of the leaders in death, but the book and information we are going to refer to may help shed a light on why the basics and the principles of Naturopathic medicine are so vital for our brain health, cognition, memory, and long life disease prevention.
Hey folks, welcome to the show. Today’s episode is perhaps my favorite yet, with a very special group called Heroes and Horses. Rick Franco invited me as a welcoming gesture for moving to Montana, and I happened to have heard a bit about this program prior to him reaching out to me. For those of you who have not seen the “500 Miles” film or “180 out” we have it linked below. Rick discusses the forty day program for veterans with PTSD and wild horses from Oregon. I hope you all enjoy this episode as much as I enjoyed talking to Rick about this awesome program. To help donate, you can go too HeroesandHorses.org
When we think of those we want to hang out with and talk gardening, food prep, and self sufficiency, the top person on our list is good friend Melissa K. Norris from the Pioneering Today podcast. Right before we moved Melissa came over and even though Ryan is absent again, I got to cover a few topics about the fall season!
Thanks to everyone who has supported us and have been patient in our big change this summer!
We are moving to Bozeman MT and will be having an eventful year with Ryan's projects, Hillary's new job, and living in a quieter place!
This podcast features Dioni Amuchastegui, Ryan's favorite mule deer slayer. We recorded this podcast at the Boise BHA in April, and it's a good one! Dioni and Ryan did the Death Hike together in both 2017 and 2018 and both love to solo hunt mule deer.
Hey there everyone, welcome to the show. Today’s episode is a long one, but is full of awesome conversation and information with Heather Kelly. Heather is the owner and founder of Heathers Choice lightweight backpacking food. Her meals have become extremely popular in the hunting and backpacking community because of the healthiness and flavor compared to other backpacking meals such as Mountain House. Heathers Choice is an amazing replacement that allows you to get the nutrition you need in the backcountry in a lightweight easy to prepare package.
We realize it's summer and most of you are getting out enjoying the great outdoors, especially with tomorrow being July 4th! So what a better topic to discuss than your continued health! Today I sit down with a colleague and business partner Dr. Katy Koukouras to talk about one of you most commonly asked questions- What about my thyroid? That could seem like a simple question, but in our world it's a multifaceted one. Today we are going to touch on the a lot of topics around the immune system, what autoimmunity is, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and why the immune system is so important. We realize it's summer and most of you are getting out enjoying the great outdoors, especially with tomorrow being July 4th! So what a better topic to discuss than your continued health! Today I sit down with a colleague and business partner Dr. Katy Koukouras to talk about one of you most commonly asked questions- What about my thyroid? That could seem like a simple question, but in our world it's a multifaceted one. Today we are going to touch on the a lot of topics around the immune system, what autoimmunity is, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and why the immune system is so important. Make sure to join our FREE Energy and You School starting July 15th and learn more about your thyroid, immune system, and the other hormones that influence it.
Ryan sits down with great friend Abe Henderson to talk about his new job and life as a hunting guide and family man in Alaska. Having met over a year ago and becoming great friends of ours, Abe and his wife Jess, with their 5 kids ventured into the Alaska wilderness to follow a dream they had for years to return to the wilds of Alaska. Abe talks about bears and how he stopped a bear attack during a guided hunt, as well why Sitka deer hunting on Kodiak Island is the best there is!
Welcome back to the podcast! Today we have the privilege of sharing a conversation we had with our friend Mark Livesay of Treeline Pursuits. A Missouri native, Mark and his family moved to the mountains of Missoula, Montana and have been living the outdoor life ever since. With decades as a ironman athlete, and owner of utralmaxsports.com, Mark's realized that his passion for elk hunting was slowly slipping away. Coming to Montana was a dream that allowed him to return to his passion of elk hunting. He also has become quite the Llama expert, so we get a taste of how this has changed his backcountry experiences.