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Is your light environment more important than the food you eat? Can sunlight treat depression? Does a barefoot walk outside boost your immune system? The Quantum Biology Collective is a group of pioneering health professionals who study, apply and explain the emerging field of quantum biology: a new paradigm of understanding how human health REALLY works that is light years beyond the current established medical model. From the vast research showing that circadian rhythms regulate every impo ...
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“We blame ourselves when these tools are actually mismatched for us,” says Anjan Katta, founder of the Daylight Computer company, which has made the first computer that is reverse-engineered to be good for us—or at least not harmful to our biology the way current models are. On today’s episode of The Quantum Biology Collective podcast, he explains …
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“It turbo charges your vitality. That’s enough to reorganize my whole life around it,” says Steven Lubka, known on X as a “sun max-er,” about his commitment to being outdoors, despite his busy day job working as the head of private clients at Swan Bitcoin. On today’s episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, he explains how you can work th…
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“We are grace incarnate,” says today’s guest, Joanne Avison, movement and manual therapy practitioner and author of “Yoga, Fascia, Anatomy and Movement.” Unfortunately, as Joanne explains that beginning with Rene Descartes, the so-called founder of modern science, we have learned to separate our physical selves from our spiritual selves, when in fa…
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“Light therapy is unbelievably powerful and it certainly is the future of medicine,” says David Schmidt, CEO of health and wellness company LifeWave, who joins the Quantum Biology Collective podcast to discuss his X39 patch and its ability to completely change our current approach to anti-aging and, as a result, to fighting disease. Rather than inj…
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“You can’t get healthy in the environment you got sick in,” says Andeea Rae, licensed addiction counselor, certified in applied Quantum Biology, who joins today’s episode to discuss the nature of addiction, and the bio-psycho-social behavioral changes necessary for recovery. A new environment doesn’t just mean a change of scenery, she explains, it …
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“Pain is in the brain,” explains Stephen Hussey, doctor of chiropractic and practitioner of functional medicine who returns to the podcast to discuss the way the body interprets, processes and manages pain. In addition to the sensory components of pain, there are cognitive and emotional receptors, as well, which means physical pain is affected by m…
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“Once you learn the Earth is round, you can sail around it, so you have a lot more options,” says Denise K. Shull, circadian optimized decision expert. “Once you learn there’s an emotional logic to everything, you can sail around your mind and your life in a much more expansive way.” Unfortunately, popular thought still tells us to remove emotions …
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“Think of radio frequency radiation as just a sort of invisible light,” says today’s guest Nick Pineault, author of the best-selling book “The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs.” Just as the toxic light emitted from our laptops and cellphones are disrupting our biology at the mitochondrial level, the WiFi connecting us to those same devices sends out elect…
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Music medicine and the healing power of sound are concepts which date back as far as Ancient Greece, having been first attributed to Pythagoras. John Stuart Reid’s first encounter with sound healing took place in the King’s Chamber in the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, where he ran an experiment in cymatics which, he explains, is the basic principle th…
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“If you address the inputs, the outputs address themselves,” says Dr. Amanda Steencken, who joins The Quantum Biology Podcast to discuss her work with primitive reflex integration work. Primitive reflexes, she explains, are the body’s involuntary movements, which occur down to the subatomic level, in response to stimuli that promote brain developme…
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“You’re just going to have to live with it.” This is the response, says today’s guest Thomas Van Doorn, medical professionals give to the nearly 11 million citizens suffering from chronic disease in his native Netherlands. This was the advice given to Thomas’s disabled sister, before he began to incorporate elements of quantum biology into her trea…
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“We are in a perpetual state of jet lag these days, simply because we don’t know what time of day it is.” Carrie Bennett returns to the Quantum Biology Collective Podcast to discuss the importance of regulating circadian rhythms as a means to healing the gut. Every task in the body is timed to a vibrating central oscillator which acts like an inter…
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“We are electric beings,” says Dr. Kelli Ritter, and she’s not just speaking metaphorically. Returning to The Quantum Biology Collective Podcast to discuss the link between light and anxiety, Dr. Kelli explains that the infrared light that our mitochondria make inside of us is the ultimate healer, and that light is informed by the natural light we …
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How often does your dentist ask you how much blue light you consume each day, about your sleeping patterns, or even how long you were breastfed or if you fell on your tailbone when you were a child? These are just a few of the questions that Dr. Jalal Khan asks his patients during assessment, in his efforts to take dentistry well past “filling and …
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“Our biology–and all of the other animals and creatures on the planet, everything–is geared to the wavelengths of the sun,” says Dr. Sara Pugh, PhD, who returns to the Quantum Biology Collective podcast to discuss the vital importance of daily exposure to natural light. Dr. Sara breaks down a complicated process into a series of dynamic metaphors. …
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“When people get to settle into their natural rhythm versus forcing themselves to be what they’ve been conditioned to be or what society tells us we need to be, then there’s infinite freedom,” says Gwen Dittmar, who specializes in Quantum Human Design. This practice, originally founded by Rah Uber Hu, draws from Vedic astrology, quantum physics, th…
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“Super simply, it’s everything for everyone,” says Kelly Bento about the power of infrared light therapy to heal the body and promote wellness by infusing your cells with direct energy. A clinician, Kelly regularly used lasers on her dental patients, and became even more invested in them after her brother sustained a brain injury. Soon she develope…
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“What medical intuitives have been doing naturally for centuries is now being studied and corroborated by Science,” says Wendie Colter, a pioneering medical intuitive and founder of The Practical Path. The Practical Path is a school that certifies medical intuitives. On this episode of The Quantum Biology Collective Podcast, host Meredith Oke, and …
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Ether, the unseen conductor of health and vitality, takes center stage in this fascinating episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast. Join host Meredith Oke and guest Carrie Bennett as they unravel the mysteries of ether in quantum biology and its profound implications for human health and healing. Meredith and Carrie engage in a thought-pr…
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Could the secret to overcoming trauma lie in the interplay of light and nutrition?" In this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, Meredith Oke delves into this topic with Kelley Erickson, a holistic health practitioner with expertise in nutrition, Reiki, and functional mental health. Kelley shares her journey of healing from childhood …
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Could retraining your body's hormonal system be the key to unlocking improved fertility, weight management, and overall well-being? In this episode, host Meredith Oke and Sarah Kleiner, a quantum health practitioner, explore this intriguing possibility. Sarah shares her journey from personal health challenges to founding a coaching business dedicat…
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Continuing our celebration of our podcast’s 365 days around the sun (what could be more appropriate!), we are so happy to share Part II of our most downloaded episodes. Thank you for listening to our show and learning about the powerful science of Quantum Biology. We want others to discover us. Thank you so much for leaving us a rating and review o…
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It’s the one-year anniversary of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast! On track to reach 100,000 downloads by the end of 2023, we couldn’t be more excited about our listeners' curiosity and interest in quantum biology. We also want to thank our guests who have generously shared their expertise and experiences, showcasing the intersection of quant…
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"Can quantum biology and light therapy revolutionize brain health?" In this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, Meredith Oak sits down with Dr. Gregory Steencken, a seasoned MD specializing in emergency and sports medicine. Dr. Steencken shares his transformative journey from traditional medicine to the innovative world of quantum bi…
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Are you struggling to find restful sleep in our screen-saturated world? Tune into this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective Podcast where Meredith Oke and sleep guru Coach Nic Tan explore solutions for sleep challenges in our technology-driven era, focusing on blue blocking glasses and circadian rhythm optimization. Coach Nic Tan recounts disc…
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Discover the hidden impact of artificial light on our pets and how it affects their health in this eye-opening episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast. Host Meredith Oke dives deep into the world of circadian and quantum biologic healing with guest Jackie Jolie, a physical therapist for dogs and horses. Jackie shares her personal journey …
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Discover the groundbreaking research on the impact of blue light on teenagers' sleep and overall well-being in this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast. Daniel White, founder of the Sleep Better Live Better Foundation, shares the results of a study conducted with local schools, where students were given blue blocking glasses to wear t…
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Managing light is one of the keys to a smoother menopause, says Dr. Candice Knight, a renowned expert in integrative medicine. On this episode of The Quantum Biology Collective, Meredith Oke and Dr. Knight dialogue about the connection between circadian rhythm and hormone regulation. Dr. Knight reveals that a disrupted circadian rhythm can lead to …
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Can light function as a form of nutrition for our bodies? Join Meredith Oke and Ken Ceder, a seasoned engineer specializing in healthy light solutions on this episode of The Quantum Biology Collective. With over three decades of experience, Ken illuminates the topic of malillumination, drawing parallels between light and essential nutrients, and di…
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"Could our body's coherence be the key to optimal health?" Dive into this enlightening episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, where Meredith Oke engages with Dr. Christine Schaffner, a seasoned naturopathic expert, on the concept of quantum coherence and its role in well-being. Dr. Schaffner shares her transition from conventional natur…
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"Are your light bulbs making you sick? Discover the shocking truth about artificial light and its impact on your health in this eye-opening episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast. Host Meredith Oke dives deep into the world of circadian-friendly lighting with guest Daniel Ebbett, founder of Block Blue Light. Daniel shares his personal jo…
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Discover the connection between bees and quantum biology in this captivating episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast. Join host Meredith Oke as she delves into the world of bees with guest Amber Hargroder, a modern-day Renaissance woman with a deep understanding of beekeeping and quantum biology. Through the metaphor of bees, Amber explor…
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"I did everything wrong for about 48 years of my life… I used to be the guy that could eat anything, I avoided the sun, I drank a pot of coffee every day, and I lived in an environment with cell phone towers and radiation," says John Warner. In this episode of the podcast, host Meredith Oke welcomes guest John Warner to share his personal health jo…
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"The truth is a thread. It's like a river that runs through everything," says Perri Chase. In this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, host Meredith Oke engages in a deep conversation with “accidental” spiritual teacher, Perri Chase. The episode delves into the process of modern-day spiritual awakenings and the importance of cultivat…
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"The sun reduces all-cause mortality. The more sun you get, the lower your risk of death," says Dr. Leland Stillman. In this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, host Meredith Oke welcomes the esteemed Dr. Leland Stillman back to the show. Dr. Stillman, known as one of the best integrative physicians in the United States, brings a wea…
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"The genes sort of load the crossbow and the environment pulls the trigger," says Sara Pugh. In the latest Quantum Biology Collective podcast, Meredith Oke teams up with returning guest, Sara Pugh. Sara has a degree in Biochemistry Genetics, a PhD in Molecular Mechanisms, as well as training in Functional Neurology, Pilates, and Hypnosis. Sara and …
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We're doing something different this week by airing an interview that the lovely Dr. Kelli Ritter of the Nourished Soul podcast did with our own Meredith Oke. Listeners have been asking for an episode that covers the basics of starting in a circadian lifestyle, and this episode does a great job of sharing Meredith's very own journey. Meredith reali…
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"We all feel better when we're outside." says Nicole Hartman. In the latest episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, host Meredith Oke welcomes Nicole Hartman of Circadian Family Wellness. They delve deep into Nicole's journey of understanding the intrinsic rhythms of our bodies and the crucial role of healthy light habits, particularly b…
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"If your biology isn't taken care of, you can't live optimally. You cannot have the highest quality of life possible." - Erwan Le Corre In his decades long exploration of natural physical movement, Erwan Le Corre, the founder of MovNat, has pioneered trends in physical conditioning and taught people all over the world how to move outdoors naturally…
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"I don't think it's an exaggeration to say the majority of breast cancer cases today in the Westernized world are related to light exposure, seeing the wrong light at the wrong time, which is huge." - Dr. Martin Moor-Ede In this episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, host Meredith Oke interviews Dr. Martin Moor-Ede, a leading expert on …
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“I'm not against hard work,” says coach Jim Laird on today’s episode of The Quantum Body Collective Podcast, “But are you prepared for it and can you recover from it?” The body, he explains, only has so much energy, much of which is reserved to fuel vital bodily functions. So, many people go hard in their workouts thinking they’re doing the right t…
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Just because something has become commonplace doesn't automatically make it normal, beneficial, or without solutions, asserts Carrie Bennett in a candid conversation with host Meredith Oke. Together, they embark on an illuminating journey into the intricate realm of circadian rhythms, chronic fatigue, and the secrets to reclaiming vitality and equi…
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Join Candice Knight, a functional medicine physician, and host Meredith Oke in this inspiring episode as they discuss the profound gift of empowering people to take control of their health and realize their full potential through lifestyle habits and quantum medicine. Candice shares her experiences in using lifestyle interventions, circadian time d…
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“I'm targeting the blood, I'm targeting the mitochondria, I'm also targeting the water. And by using four distinct wavelengths, you are maximizing your chance of hitting a chromophore that's going to have a therapeutic effect,” explains Sarah Turner, a neuroscientist turned biohacker and host of the Rebel Scientist podcast. Sarah’s experience worki…
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“You have to change your lifestyle. Otherwise, nothing else is going to change,” explains Robert Jacobs, strength and conditioning coach and competitive strongman. As a coach and competitor, Robert has firsthand experience on the benefits of proper strength training and conditioning. Even non-athletes can benefit tremendously from basic strength tr…
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“Getting your feet on the bare earth and watching the morning sunrise is the cheapest health intervention in maybe the history of the world,” explains Dr. Max Gulhane, MD. As a family physician and host of the Regenerative Health Podcast, Dr. Gulhane is teaching people all over the world about the importance of a healthy circadian rhythm. His own e…
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“I worked with all of these different things for about a year and a half. And when I had another blood test, those autoimmune antibodies were gone,” shares Rachel Tudor, True Nature Movement Specialist. Rachel is a former ballet dancer turned quantum practitioner and internationally recognized presenter on bio tensegrity and fascia. In 2021, her he…
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“We are batteries made out of water charged by sunlight,” explains Quantum Health Clinician and Educator, Laura Kissmann. Without exposure to natural light, the circadian rhythm that controls all the biological processes in the body will become misaligned. Although Laura now spends her time performing energy healing through quantum health practices…
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“If you aren't embracing or exposing yourself to natural light or the principles of quantum biology, and all the things about ourselves as electromagnetic beings, it's going to compromise your health and that includes your mental health,” explains Heather Crimson, quantum therapist and experienced marriage and family counselor. The Western medical …
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“If you don't mind your mitochondria at night, it does not matter what you do the next day,” explains Dr. Michael Twyman, board certified cardiologist. Dr. Michael began working in traditional cardiology in 2012 and realized that there was a lack of focus on preventative measures to help stop people from having heart problems in the first place. In…
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