Health Beat - Your Healthy Habits Zone
Health Beat is a fun, upbeat and addictive podcast for anyone wanting to learn more about health & wellness – and life hacks, with cutting edge research from world-class experts. Brian Hazelgren, the host of Health Beat, talks about fascinating tidbits about his experience with cutting edge technology and innovations in medicine and health & wellness. Brian interviews some of the top researchers, biochemists, doctors, fitness coaches, meditation experts, entrepreneurs across the world who share tips for taking control and upgrading your biochemistry, body and mind to work in unison.
Brian’s guests share everything you want to learn about. Things like: how our DNA shows the specifics on the most effective workout regimen, the best meal plan, and core nutrients that each individual needs – all based on their DNA; why we overeat and how to beat cravings; how thermal scanning can see problems in your body 6-10 years in advance; beating chronic illness and pain; how to get your employees to be more productive; and learning more about age-defying products with incredible healing powers.
Most of the episodes are short, lasting between 20-40 minutes. The topics and information covered are cutting-edge, fun, and provide practical information on how to prevent and reverse disease through innovative solutions.
Brian assigns a different topic for each day of the week– Motivation and Mindset Monday, Total Wellness Tuesday, Waste Line Wednesdays, Thermal Thursdays, Free For All Fridays…
Speaker, Facilitator, Podcaster, Mentor...
Brian brings over 30 years of business experience in strategy development and execution, executive management, healthcare, entrepreneurship, motivational speaking, and business mentoring. He is a globally recognized expert in business planning, corporate strategy, systems development, entrepreneurship, healthcare, corporate social responsibility and operations, and Brian has written 14 highly successful books, and has trained over 75,000 business executives, and over 3,500 college students.