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Re-Invent Health

By Nicci Robertson
The Re-Invent Podcast is hosted by Nicci Robertson, author of Re-Invent Health. We are all motivated by meaning which is why the The Re-Invent Podcast aims to bring you a wide range of relevant information focusing on all aspects of physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing.
The objective of this show is to pick the minds of some of the most interesting people all with their own stories of personal transformation. So that you can make the changes towards a more meaningful, healthier and happier life. General disclaimer - www.reinventhealth.co.za/disclaimer
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Personal Transformation - with Angela Hardy
In this, the first episode of 2021 I chat with Angela Hardy about freeing yourself from the voice in your head. Overcoming trauma and finding solid self acceptance. As well as how much of our experience of life is an hallucination. Angela is a personal transformation specialist. For more than 10 years, she has been taking people on journeys of self-mastery, showing them how to love themselves unconditionally, to cultivate self-esteem, self-worth, self-acceptance and to find joy, freedom and peace in this unpredictable world. Links: Your brain hallucinates your conscious reality info@cloud-nine.co.za www.cloud-nine.co.za Call: +27 826718152 Facebook Instagram
45:49
January 21, 2021
The psycho-social impact of the corona virus. Has it has been used as a tool of manipulation? - with Dr Ian Weinberg
Dr Ian Weinberg, neurosurgeon, author of Quantum Leap and Leading with Conscious Awareness. Ian is one of the pioneers of psycho-neuro- immunology, or how our thoughts create the chemistry that supports of destroys our immune system. In this episode we discuss the data or lack thereof behind the virus that has turned the world on its head. The technology behind the vaccine and the convergence of multiple issues that we as a world population have been facing for several years. Most notably the abuse of power by the powers that be and the stakeholders guiding the media. It seems to be coming into sharp focus that what we should be fearing is not a virus, but our inability to think and ask logical questions. And how fear creates a state that renders us vulnerable to illness. You can find all of Dr Weinbergs links to his articles on his LinkedIn profile and website.
39:27
November 29, 2020
The Double Edged Sword of the Information Age - with Randy Burns
If George Orwell and Michael Crichton could have got together to write a book, it would have been called 2020 - “The Corona Strain” The question is not whether or not there is a virus. The question is why have so many millions of people been content to unquestioningly follow the crowd? And why do highly educated people who know that the data is distorted still go along with the the status quo? Randy Burns is a man on a mission to encourage people to start thinking for themselves, approach "life" with an open mind, and never accept what you see on the surface. You can find Randy on Linked  Global Research  Message for Freedom and Hope The CoronaVirus Scam  Unlocking the lockdown 
34:12
November 12, 2020
Realising your gifts and what it takes to create the life of your dreams - with Kirsten Garbini
In this episode of the show I chat with Kirsten Garbini, one of those magnetic people who changed careers after many years in the corporate world and went on an adventure. Kirsten is an experienced and accredited Leadership, Life & Enneagram Coach. Who founded her practice on the power of transformative experiences. Enabling her clients to find their calling and bring their gifts, into the world. In this episode Kirsten chats about what it takes to find your confidence when all seems hopeless. You can contact Kirsten right here: https://dineopact.co.za
42:32
November 4, 2020
Freedom of Movement with Mike Roscoe
Are you dreaming of going for a run and enjoying it? Or how about competing in a triathlon but are prone to discomfort and injury? That’s what the 40th episode of the Re-Invent Health Podcast is all about.  I chat with sports kinesiologist, coach and author Mike Roscoe about the mind game involved in pushing your physical boundaries. Mike explains how anyone, with the right training can perform like a pro. There is a science to becoming an athlete. whether you want to run a marathon, compete In a triathlon or simply do a 5k the right way. You can find Mike on Instagram, Twitter and his website 
53:28
October 14, 2020
Heart Rate Variability - with Simon Shepard
Have you ever had a really stressful day and wondered what kind of impact it had on your health? More importantly, is there anything you can do today that would improve your ability to have a better day tomorrow? In this episode, Simon Shepard explains why understanding your heart rate variability may actually be the piece of data that could help you answer these questions. Co-Founder of Optima Life, physio therapist at Lords cricket grounds, speaker and innovator. Simon specialises in combining technology and coaching to help organisations and individuals become more resilient, productive and purposeful. With decades of experience in human optimisation, Simon lectures internationally on a variety of health and performance related subjects. I met Simon several years ago when I was first introduced to heart rate variability training. And how our brain-heart connection influences our ability to cope with stress and recover from illness. HRV training has applications for not just high performance athletes as we will find out in this episode. You can find Simon at https://optima-life.com  On Linked In You Tube   And Twitter
37:06
September 21, 2020
How to Really Make a Difference - with Dayle Raaff
Welcome back to the Re-Invent Health Podcast, where I get to chat with some of the most interesting people about creating passion, meaning and purpose.  Once in a while you get the privlege of speaking to people who really make a tangible difference in the world and Dayle Raaff is one of these people.  MAD2Run is a unique annual fundraising event, in which a group of selfless individuals run from Johannesburg to Cape Town (1520km in total) in just 7 days! It’s a 24-hour relay-style running adventure, all in support of MAD Leadership. Dayle and Shaun Raaff founded Mad2Run in 2012 which supports the Make a Difference Foundation. In this episode, Dayle shares her story and her passion for helping others to live beyond their circumstances. She lives by the belief that we can all do one thing to help ease the suffering in the lives of people less fortunate. If you are looking for a way to get out of your head and make a difference in someone else’s life, visit www.mad2adventures.co.za and please help this amazing team continue to to make a difference.
42:12
September 13, 2020
Biohacking your Brain - with Tristan van Moerkerken
In recent years a class of natural and synthetic brain optimising compounds have come onto the market, under the term nootropic. What we call nootropics have in fact been around for thousands of years. Many populations have been using medicinal mushrooms in teas and foods for centuries, for specific outcomes. If you drink coffee or green tea you are using nootropics. The concept of brain enhancement supplementation is not widely spoken about. People are commonly given antidepressants and anti anxiety meds, sleeping pills and drugs for concentration with numerous side effects. But it is not often that we discuss what is needed to provide the brain, which is the most energy hungry organ in the body the tools it needs to function optimally. It is only in the past couple of years that mainstream availability of nutrients that enhance brain function have been openly discussed. Even though the supplements classed as nootropics have been consumed by humans for centuries. Perhaps it’s due to the renewed interest in safe performance enhancement and the general trend toward finding alternatives to pharmaceuticals has given rise to this trend. I today’s show I chat with Tristan van Moerkerken about optimising your brain , concentration and focus. He discusses why your foundation health which includes nutrition, exercise and sleep is the first step towards brain health as well as where to start if you are embarking on a brain and body optimisation program.  If you would like to find out more about nootropics. You can find Tristan via his website, on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
47:08
August 14, 2020
How to Get Out of a Rut - with Mark Smith
In this episode Mark Smith discusses his own special brand of adventure coaching. Why getting out doors, getting into the fresh air and taking a step out of your daily life can be just the ingredient you need to reset your perspective and find the motivation you have been looking for. Mark can be contacted directly at http://wcats.co.za/coaches/mark-smith/
39:43
August 11, 2020
Questioning Convention, a first hand account of the Noakes Trial - with Marika Sboros.
Throughout human history, from Galileo to Einstein, those with vision and the ability to look beyond dogma have come under fire from their peers and those who stand to lose credibility in the wake of new discoveries. It takes a committed and brave individual to stand up and admit that conventional wisdom may in fact be flawed. In 2014, Professor Tim Noakes was reported to the Health Professional’s Council of South Africa for giving unconventional dietary advice on a social media platform. He was advocating a natural whole food diet… in a tweet.  Most South Africans especially those with even a remote interest in health know of Professor Noakes. He is after all a household name in the world of sport and nutrition. I have often wondered had the hearing never taken place, would the HFLC protocol have gained infamy? Although the trial was a personal and professional blow at the time, it did serve to shine a spotlight into many areas in the health and academic arena that would otherwise have remained behind closed doors. The hearing quite literally transformed the way the public understand diet and nutrition and made an already famous scientist infamous and garnered him world wide support that he may never otherwise have been afforded. In this episode I chat with journalist Marika Sboros co-author with Professor Tim Noakes of Lore Of Nutrition, Challenging Conventional Dietary Beliefs published by Penguin in 2017.  Marika started her career as a hard-news reporter on the Rand Daily Mail in the 1970s, criminal trials, politics and religion. She later became a  features and investigative writer on women's issue and health. Marika worked for The Star newspaper and the Business Day, where she edited a weekly publication called  Health News for eight years. She is also founder and editor of the Foodmed.net website. Marika gives a fascinating first person account of the hearing, including her opinions on academic bullying.  For more gory details about the trial and the characters who payed a part in attempting to discredit one of the greatest minds of our time the book is available everywhere. Find it on online at Amazon and Takealot I am hoping that if you get anything from this discussion, it would be to always question. Be open to new discoveries and if the advice you have been given isn’t working, change your strategy. I hope you enjoy. General disclaimer - http://www.reinventhealth.co.za/disclaimer
51:30
July 15, 2020
Curiosity, the catalyst for resilience - with Daria Higgins
In this episode I chat with long time client and friend Daria Higgins about the importance of life experience and what it takes to start over. Nowadays the importance of having multiple skill sets in diverse and even unrelated industries seems to be the ingredient that keeps you not only employable but resilient.  In a world where so many people do not go into industries vaguely related to the degrees they spend years studying for. The ability to take a step back and find a new way to do life is essential to our long term health and happiness.  This episode is particularly important for anyone who is sitting is a position where they have to get up and start again in an unpredictable world. "Food has followed me all throughout my career and life events. Interspersed between all the projects I’ve worked on has been this irrepressible desire to explore the culture of food in which ever locale I’ve found myself in. Mostly through capturing images. I mostly started cooking as an adult, because I finally got a dishwasher (I’m messy) and never looked back. After two wonderful, challenging decades in creating live events, I realised that my back hurt. So, while working on my core, I decided that I wanted to step into this world through my photography, styling and writing. I use these mediums as a way to meet creatives, producers and creators and share their stories." Find Daria at https://kuier.co
42:12
July 12, 2020
Stress, make it work for you rather than against you - with Dr Sundeep Ruder
Today we are talking about the specifics of stress from both a clinical and philosophical viewpoint. Specialist endocrinologist, Dr Sundeep Ruder speaks about becoming aware of your unconscious triggers. When it is appropriate to seek medical advice and how to make your stress work for you rather than against you. As always your feedback is valuable. If there are any topics you would like more information on, please don’t hesitate to send an email or leave a voice note on the show’s page. If you find the information useful please don’t hesitate to leave a review wherever you listen to your podcast. As always, please share this information with anyone who you believe could benefit. #endochrinologist #stress #eustress #cortisol #mindfulness #health #reinventhealth #niccirobertson #sundeepruder #mentalhealth
45:30
July 8, 2020
Lessons Learned in Lockdown - with Niki Seberini
In this short bonus episode of Lessons Learned in Lockdown - Mind Freedom Fighter and talkshow host Niki Seberini shares her thoughts about COVID and our response to the global pandemic but most importantly what we are going to do going forward. Niki can be contacted directly via her website  #mindfreedomfighter #nikiseberini #covid #health #mentalhealth #spirit #reinventhealth
06:30
July 6, 2020
Shifting Blame Culture - with Mark Kahn
We don’t like being seen by others as a failure or even admit to ourselves that we failed to reach our personal goals. Surely there are reasons, someone needs to be blamed? On a personal level, a lack of accountability can be deadly to our relationships. In the work place it erodes collaboration and trust and causes everyone to waste energy in the attempt to avoid being accountable. Life will only change for the better when you take responsibility. In this episode I chat with Mark Khan about blame culture and doing the work to change our lives. https://loveyourselffornoreason.com/about-mark-kahn/ #blameculture #personalresponsibility #loveyourself #accountable #markkahn #coaching #therapy #happiness #reinventhealth #niccirobertson
35:56
July 3, 2020
The Three co-morbidities you never knew you had - with Dr Kevin Lentin
In the third bonus episode of Lessons Learned in Lockdown, I chat with Dr Kevin Lentin about The Three co-morbidities you never knew you had. Anyone with an interest in better health as heard about inflammation and how this is the basis of almost all disease. But how do you know if you are at risk. Dr Kevin goes into the finer points of looking after your health with practical tips and advice.  Visit https://www.drkevinlentin.co.za #functionalmedicine #endfoodconfusion #reinventhealth #oxidativestress #comorbidities #freeradicals #kevinlentin #sarcopenia #niccirobertson #covid #heal #prevention
21:47
July 1, 2020
Healing through Breath - with Dr Ela Manga
Have you ever found yourself holding your breath, or feeling starved of air in times of stress?   Although breathing is an automatic response, being aware of our breath and conscious relaxation through breath can be a key ingredient in health management.  Dr Ela Manga is an integrative healthcare practitioner and author with a passion for healing through the power of breath.In this episode Ela explains how breathing techniques can literally change your neural plasticity and bio chemistry, creating an environment for the body to heal itself.  Ela uses a number of therapies. From allopathic medicine to Ayurveda. Understanding the root causes of illness and helping patients to reframe their view of the world.  If you would like to get in touch with this wonderful healer, Dr Ela Manga can be found at www.drelamanga.com and at www.breathworkafrica.co.za #breathe #burnout #elamanga #integrativehealth #ayurveda #breathwork #mentalhealth #reinventhealth
38:48
June 25, 2020
Lessons Learned in Lockdown 2 - with Gary Jackson
How to improvise when everyone else is panicking.  In the second bonus episode of Lessons Learned in Lockdown, I chat with Gary Jackson about sustainable agriculture, what the crew at Jacksons have been doing behind the scenes to keep going during the lockdown. As well as the importance of being able to improvise in times of crisis. Visit https://jacksonsrealfoodmarket.co.za Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jacksonsrealfoodmarket Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jacksons_real_food_market/ #sustainable #agriculture #wholefood #realfood #jacksonsrealfoodmarket #garyjackson #endfoodconfusion #reinventhealth #lockdown #covidfiles 
26:44
June 24, 2020
Lessons Learned in Lockdown 1 - with Leah Sefor
In this the first mini episode of Lessons Learned in Lockdown, I chat with Leah Sefor about her key insights about getting perspective and dealing with the world we are now finding ourselves in. And most importantly how to move forward one day at a time. Leah can be contacted directly though her website www.leahsefor.com Facebook @leahsefor and Instagram @leah.sefor
18:19
June 22, 2020
Are hand sanitisers really safe? - with Jan Vlok
In the last month I have seen numerous people with eczema and skin allergies related to sanitisers. There is a rising number of anecdotal reports regarding sanitiser-related side effects. Contact dermatitis, respiratory and even liver and kidney conditions have been noted.  Ive personally encountered neat bleach in a spray bottle at a major retailer.  In this episode I chat with Jan Vlok about First Line Defence and Virol-Oxy® a comprehensive range of laboratory tested and certified sanitisation products with protocols, to safeguard you against COVID-19 without the hazards we are finding with other chemical applications. To find out more abut this product go here
20:07
June 19, 2020
How habits determine our hormones - with Dr Sundeep Ruder
In this episode I chat with regular guest endocrinologist, Dr Sundeep Ruder about how hormones determine where fat is stored and why some people are more susceptible to menopausal symptoms than others. We go into the facts regarding thyroid health, PCOS and how to ensure our best quality of life as we age. In my experience anyone can live their best life, get healthier and reduce body fat through consistency over time. This includes not only changing eating habits, but paying particular attention to sleep, movement and happiness. As well as finding your purpose and passion. #endocrine #toxins #disruptors #oestrogen #endfoodconfusion #estrogen # thyroid #hashimotos #nutritionmyths
39:23
June 15, 2020
Colonic Hydrotherapy with Briony Botha
In this episode I talk to Briony Botha, Joburg based colonic hydrotherapist .  Find out how to spot a healthy poop. What leaky gut actually is and why over the counter probiotics may actually make your gut issues worse. Briony debunks the myths about colonics, one of the oldest medical practices in human history. Briony can be contacted via www.trinityhealthsa.com My goal with this podcast is to hopefully give you an opportunity to reflect on your own health journey. And that there are so many ways you can heal and live a better life. If you enjoy this episode please rate and please leave a review and let me know what else you would like to hear about.
42:53
June 10, 2020
Is telemedicine the future of healthcare? - with Neil Kinsley and Deon Buhrs
Necessity as we know is the mother of invention. Never was this more true than in the current state we are finding ourselves in. The Covid Pandemic has sped up the progression of many areas of tech. From virtual conferencing to the way we communicate with our doctor. Telemedicine encompasses not only virtual medical consultations, but extends to wearables, apps and even remote surgery - Making healthcare more accessible and proactive. In this episode I chat with Neil Kinsley of Medici South Africa. And Deon Buhrs Global Group Executive of Operations at SpesNet Global about the future of virtual healthcare.
31:43
June 5, 2020
Empowering Women in the Workplace - with Despina Senatore
In this episode of the Re-Invent Health Podcast I chat with Despina Senatore who Empowers women with the knowledge and mindset to reach their full potential. Having worked in the corporate environment with three children al under the age of 7, Des understands all too well what it takes for women to juggle a career, a family and deal with self doubt. In this episode, we discuss self esteem, imposter syndrome and  how women can reconnect with what’s important to them. If you would like to connect with Des, you can find her at www.powerfulwomen.co.za or via her LinkedIn profile.
25:00
June 1, 2020
The Philosophy and Science of Fasting - with Dr Sundeep Ruder
In the 21st century more people are dying of diseases of excess than ever before. In this episode Dr Sundeep Ruder explains not only the science and latest research around the benefits of intermittent fasting. But also the spiritual roots to fasting and cultivating the right headspace. #fasting #diabetes #intermittentfasting #inflammation #ketosis #insulinresistance #endochrinologist #sundeepruder #niccirobertson #endfoodconfusion #reinventhealth
40:19
May 29, 2020
Holism, quantum theory and what this means for humanity in the 21st century.
Jan Smuts,  well remembered as a South African statesman but few people know that he is also the founding father of holism, who would have celebrated his 150th birthday on the very day we recorded this episode.  In this episode long time friend and mentor, Claudius Van Wyk shares his ideas and philosophies on the evolution of humanity seen through the eyes of the greatest teachers and philosophers we know of.And how the current state of humanity can possibly be our greatest opportunity to do the greatest good for all. Claudius can be contacted via LinkedIn 
54:45
May 24, 2020
Bringing Fun into the Workplace with Brian Abbott
With almost 30 years in the corporate training industry, Brian Abbott  Is an internationally recognised corporate coach. Specialising in the the psychology of selling, business behaviour and interpersonal skills. Brian studied NLP with Dr.Richard Bandler and John La Valle. The creators of neuro linguistic programming. In this episode we chat about the one thing that most of us have forgotten all about - how to have fun especially in the work environment. By bringing the fun back to our work and personal relationships, we can change the nature of how we live and the way we do business. Brian can be contacted via his website on Linkedin
39:43
May 20, 2020
The Anatomy of Being Human Part 3 - with Dr Sundeep Ruder
Can your relationship survive #lockdown? In the third instalment of The Anatomy of Being Human with Dr Sundeep Ruder we ask if perhaps our relationships with those around us are indeed a mirror of our deepest selves.
35:25
May 19, 2020
Healing Starts with Consciousness with Dr Ian Weinberg
Dr Ian Weinberg is a practising neurosurgeon, author and pioneer in the application of psychoneuro-immunology, PNI, the scientific study of the influences of mind states on immune function. The integration of the neurosciences with PNI, culminated in a  program created to enhance wellness, performance and leadership in the personal, clinical and corporate environments. In this episode we discuss how our thoughts model inform our immune systems and simply by reframing the way we react to the world around us can completely alter our health, relationships and quality of life. To find out how you can sign up for Dr Weinberg's online PNI course right here
45:29
May 14, 2020
The Anatomy of Being Human Part Two - with Dr Sundeep Ruder
A state of bliss exists in all of us. In part two of the anatomy of being human with Dr Sundeep Ruder, we explore quieting the mind and understanding the four forms of yoga.
42:31
May 10, 2020
The Movement to Conscious Capitalism - with Roy Henderson
Former naval officer, Roy Henderson had a vision of feeding the world’s impoverished populations. Now successful entrepreneur  and CEO of Green Cell Technologies,  a company that is innovating the way food is manufactured and distributed.  Potentially safeguarding food security for future generations. Roy can be contacted here.
34:47
May 8, 2020
The Anatomy of Being Human Part One - with Dr Sundeep Ruder
In this series of mini episodes we are going to find out how philosophy meets medicine and spirit meets science. With renowned Johannesburg based endocrinologist and wisdom seeker - Dr Sundeep Ruder.
46:23
May 6, 2020
Shaking Your Tree - with Dr Kristi Morlan-Hughes
This week’s guest is Dr Kristi Morlan Hughes. One of the most dynamic, knowledgeable and engaging teachers I have personally ever had the privilege of knowing. After more than 20 years teaching and working with patients in the Functional Medicine and Naturopathic Health Care space,  she travels the world teaching health care providers, nutritionists, and health coaches on how to implement Functional and Lifestyle Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, and Practitioner Self-Care. Kristi held a position at the Institute for Functional Medicine for over a decade as the Director of Medical Education, and currently serves as core senior international faculty in the IFM Certification Program. You find Kristi directly though her social media channels
54:07
April 23, 2020
Understanding Nutritional Supplementation with Bruce Cohen
Bruce chats about how he came to find himself as South Africa’s foremost importer and distributor of food and nutritional  supplements. He shares his passion for the industry, years of experience and  great advice for boosting your immune system in times of stress.Absolute Organix products are widely available from most retailers and online via Take-alot. Find them online here #absoluteorganix #endfoodconfusion #protein #veganprotein #brucecohen #reinventhealth
46:23
April 14, 2020
Releasing Tension and Trauma from the Body - with Dr David Berceli, PhD
Tension & Trauma Release Exercises (or TRE®) is a simple yet innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. Created by Dr. David Berceli, PhD. To find out how you can benefit please visit the TRE website.
46:23
April 11, 2020
Functional Chiropractics - with Dr Kevin Lentin
Dr Kevin Lentin shares his passion for treating his holistically through chiropractics and functional medicine. We discuss at length, structural and psycho-emotional connections in treating chronic pain and general healthy longevity. Kevin is a Cape Town based doctor and can be contacted via his website.
46:23
April 10, 2020
Creating a Life worth Loving - with Masasa Mbangeni
Masasa Mbangeni, SAFTA nominated actress discusses the journey that helped her find inner peace, work-life balance and self acceptance. We chat about her tough decisions and sacrifices that have lead her to view life as a gift to be cherished. Follow Masasa on Twitter and Instagram Photograph courtesy of: Jurie Potgieter for TrueLove Magazine
33:53
April 3, 2020
NeuroFeedback with Mitzi Hollander
My guest today is Mitzi Hollander who pioneered Neuro-feedback or brainwave training in South Africa. This is a cutting edge technology, gaining popularity the world over for its ability to help people recover from traumatic brain injury and trauma. Mitzi is a mine of information regarding ADHD in children and adults. We discuss scientifically validated therapies including vagal nerve stimulation, breathing techniques and TRE. NeuroFeedback isn't just for injury recovery. If you are interested in sharpening your tennis game, improving concentration and avoiding near degeneration, this may be exactly what you are looking for.  Mitzi can be contacted here.
1:08:50
March 30, 2020
Peaceful Healing with Dr Yeshantha Padayachee
In this week’s show I discuss alternative healing with  homeopath, Dr Yeshantha Padayachey. The importance of collaboration between practitioners to best help patients. The emotional connection to disease and autoimmune problems. Managing patient expectations and learning to communicate with your health care practitioner. We delve into women’s health, the pros and cons of contraceptive pills and taking control of your health. Dr Yeshantha can be found here
45:41
March 23, 2020
"Life is not coming AT you, it's coming FROM you.” with Niki Seberini
In this episode I chat with talk show host, mentor and mind freedom fighter Niki Seberini.  Niki describes how Life is not coming AT you, it's coming FROM you, which puts a completely different spin on the way we see the world. What drove her to the point in that enabled her to start looking inward instead and in this process, finding her power. We chat about her decision enter the Jerusalem marathon before she even started running. As well as her life changing workshops, Coffee and Conservations.  Niki can be found directly through her website at www.nikiseberini.com
44:08
March 11, 2020
What Does it Take to Change with Leah Sefor
The sage, the wise woman the voice of reason - this is Leah Sefor. We all need someone in our lives who says it like it is. In Episode 5 of the Re-Invent Podcast Leah speaks about how far down the rabbit hole we need to go, before we realise that life has to change? One of the books Leah reccomends is Inventing Ourselves, The Secret Life of the Teenage Brainby Sara Jayne Blakemore which can be found everywhere you buy books. You can contact Leah at www.leahsefor.com
48:03
March 4, 2020
Brain Mapping with Mark Kahn
In today’s show, I interview Mark Kahn. Author, psychotherapist, BWRT practitioner and corporate transformational coach. In this conversation we explore self-esteem, neural therapy versus talk therapy and understanding the physical manifestations of trauma. All of Marks's contact details can be found at www.loveyourselffornoreason.com
40:58
February 27, 2020
The Future of Food with Gary Jackson
On today's show, I interview Gary Jackson of Jacksons Real Food Market.A decade ago Gary went through a personal health crisis which lead him to think about food differently. How it is grown how we consume it and the impact not only ourselves but the environment.  Today Jacksons is a true disruptor in the food industry. In this episode, we chat about family nutrition, sustainable agriculture, bio-diverse farming, why certified organic produce is difficult to source. As well as eating healthily on a tight budget and a whole lot more. If you would like to win a hamper full of delicious healthy products please click here and send an email. Include your name and loyalty card number and stand a chance to win. If you don't have a loyalty card you can apply in-store or online.  www.jacksonsrealfoodmarket.co.za
56:55
February 20, 2020
Mythbusting Protein
When we think of protein, red meat is usually the first thing that comes to mind. But that is only a part of the protein story. In this short episode I would like to address some of the most commonly held myths around dietary protein. Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information purposes only and does replace medical advice or other professional health care services. The guests interviewed on this podcast are in no way connected to Re-Invent Health unless specified and are free to express their opinions based on their professional discretion. The use of information on this podcast is at the user’s own risk. The subject matter is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
08:38
February 13, 2020
Getting Real about Anxiety with Leah Sefor
We are all motivated by meaning which is why the The Re-Invent Podcast aims to bring you a wide range of relevant information focusing on all aspects of physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. My objective is to pick the minds of some of the most interesting people all with their own stories of personal transformation. So that you can make the changes towards a more meaningful, healthier and happier life..  In today’s podcast I chat with Leah Sefor is a straight-talking life and relationships coach who has worked with individuals, couples and organisations in over 10 countries for more than 24 years. Specialising in authenticity and shadow work, Leah shows others how to get real about their lives, relationships and communications.  Leah has a private coaching practice in Johannesburg. For more info about todays guest go to reinventhealth.co.za and click on podcast. Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information purposes only and does replace medical advice or other professional health care services. The guests interviewed on this podcast are in no way connected to Re-Invent Health unless specified and are free to express their opinions based on their professional discretion. The use of information on this podcast is at the user’s own risk. The subject matter is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
39:08
February 10, 2020