15-Minute Matrix

Body Systems

We explore the relationships and connections between all the body systems that are the basis of how our body functions. As opposed to the realm of ‘ologies’ (ie. psychology, oncology, endocrinology), where everything exists in isolation – we recognize that everything in the body is connected.

Mapping Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with Dr. Diane Mueller #374

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is commonly looked at as the “end point” in a client or patient’s diagnosis. But Dr. Diane Mueller helps us to flip the script and challenges practitioners to ask “WHY” someone may be experiencing chronic fatigue. (Hint: It’s multifactorial!) Click here to learn more about Dr. Diane Mueller and her work 


Mapping Fibrocystic Breasts with Magdalena Wszelaki #365

Magdalena Wszelaki returns to the 15MM to discuss fibrocystic breasts — a topic that is more common than we think, yet is not always taken seriously among medical practitioners. As usual, Magdalena does a beautiful job of speaking into fibrocystic breasts, the root causes and remedies we can consider to help manage both discomfort and […]


Mapping IBS with Sarah Kay Hoffman #364

In the world of Functional Nutrition, we’re well aware there are root causes to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and that IBS is a catch-all that doesn’t often lead to many next steps in care. Addressing symptoms will likely take more than just dietary changes, and certainly more than an IBS diagnosis alone. Sarah Kay Hoffman, […]


Mapping Ketamine with Dr. Sara Gottfried #363

In this episode I welcome board-certified physician, researcher, and educator, Dr. Sara Gottfried back to the podcast to help us take a deep dive into ketamine and ketamine therapy. Ketamine has shown potential in helping patients with chronic ailments, and Dr. Sara helps us to understand its significant promise for those with therapy resistant depression. […]


Mapping Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome with Dr. Shala Salem #362

On this episode of the 15-Minute Matrix podcast we’ll focus on polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS. Dr. Shala Salem’s approach to addressing PCOS in her clinic and with fertility patients is both refreshing and “outside the box.” She combines physiological understanding, bioindividuality, and compassion with practical next steps in working with her patients suffering with […]


Mapping Multiple Sclerosis with Dr. Terry Wahls #361

In this episode I welcome Dr. Terry Whals back to the podcast to discuss what she’s best known for, her work and understanding (both personal and professional) of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Dr. Wahls takes us through the matrix, mapping the intricacies of MS and how we can best bring true Functional thinking to the support […]


Mapping Light & Vision with Dr. Jacob Liberman #360

This episode is deep and resonant, centering around the topic of light. Join me and my guest, Dr. Jacob Liberman, for a fascinating conversation on the power of light and its function in guiding every single step we take and every single cell in our body.  Click here to learn more about Dr. Liberman and […]


Mapping H.pylori with Jennifer Fugo #358

Jennifer Fugo, Clinical Nutritionist and founder of Skinterrupt discusses all things H.pylori in this episode. This is a true mini “masterclass”, where Jen takes us on a deep dive into causes, symptoms and next steps in working with clients through their myriad H.pylori signs and symptoms. Don’t miss this one! Click here to learn more […]


Mapping Kegels with Kim Vopni #357

Kim Vopni, a pelvic floor specialist (also known as The Vagina Coach), joins me on this episode of the podcast to discuss the world of kegels. Our exploration takes us to conversations about incontinence, movement, breathwork, sexual pleasure, and more, and why kegel exercises and the pelvic floor matter. Click here to learn more about […]


Mapping Dopamine with Dr. Loretta Breuning #356

On this episode, Dr. Loretta G. Breuning joins me to discuss the mammal brain with a focus on dopamine and the dopamine pathways. Dr. Breuning talks into the common belief that we may be lacking in dopamine vs. the reality that human’s dopamine is wired by past experiences. It’s something we can befriend, cultivate, and […]

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