Tired of feeling like you just got off a roller coaster, or like you’re car sick every time you eat? Nausea is an ultra bummer that can just make everything no fun at all. Why does it afflict thee so? Tune in to this episode as Tony, Will and Kinna share insights that can help you better understand the various common causes of nausea. We’ll delve into steps you can take to detect what’s probably provoking nausea in your case and share tips about what you can do to fix it.
In this Episode You’ll Learn
- How poor liver function and impaired bile flow can contribute to nausea
- What body chemistry imbalances can make you more susceptible to nausea and digestive issues.
- Steps you can take to naturally boost bile flow and improve liver function.
- Simple self tests and observations you can make regarding your digestion that will help you identify specifically what’s likely causing nausea in your case.
- About how some medications, such as birth control, can impair bile flow and indirectly contribute to nausea.
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Show Transcription – Understanding Nausea
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any type of medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything heard on this show as medical advice. This information should be used for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice. Now get off me.
Kinna: Welcome to Kick It Naturally, I’m Kinna McInroe, and I’m here with
T.C Hale, author, natural health expert, producer and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.
Tony: Welcome to Kick It Naturally, I’m Kinna McInroe. Aw…I’ve got the wrong script.
Kinna: Hm. Yeah.
Tony: T.C. Hale and…
Kinna: It’s T.C. Hale in the house.
Kinna: He’s being funny today, people.
K&T: Oh no!
Kinna: We also have, something’s different, Will? Oh, you shaved.
Will: I did shave.
Kinna: That’s it! Okay, we have Will hottie patottie Schmidt here today and he shaved off his goatee, so that’s what it is.
Will: I think I look more anglo-saxon now.
Tony: It comes and goes rapidly.
Will: It does.
Kinna: Yeah, it’s already growing back.
Will: It’s that protein synthesis.
K&T: Uh huh.
Kinna: I will say it’s different, but I do think it takes a couple years off.
Will: Wow, so I look like I’m 12 now?
Kinna: Exactly! You look 12.
Tony: 12, 14ish.
Kinna: Uh huh. Exactly. Well, boys, what’s up with you guys today? Anything exciting going on in your lives?
Tony: I have pockets in my pants.
Kinna: Oh, that’s fun.
Tony: Yeah, so I can keep stuff there.
Will: I have some fun recipes. Stoked on our protein powder is getting closer.
Tony: Yeah. It’s coming around.
Kinna: Wow, all right. Cool! Am I gonna get a big discount on that powder?
Will: If you’re nice to us.
Tony: You’ll only have to buy a big crate full.
Kinna: Okay, I see how you are. Okay, well if you have not liked us on Facebook yet, then what is the problem? What’s the defugalty people? Have y’all heard that word before? Defugalty? The word defugalty?
Will: I thought you stuttered. Defugalty?
Kinna: It’s an old word. An old Texas word, I guess. Uh, but you need to pull over, stop whatever you’re doing, even it’s dangerous, just stop and go ahead and like us at kick it in the nuts on Facebook and that’s where we’re going to post topics, every single week, about future shows and you guys can post any questions you want us to cover in the show.
Tony: I think we’re going 6 figures this week.
Kinna: Oh wow!
Tony: Like 100,000 fans, which they’ll certainly cut us off at that point.
Kinna: I thought you meant my paycheck and I was like that’s a big jump.
Tony: It’ll be different than your paycheck.
Kinna: It jumped a bunch of figures.
Tony: Like 5.
Kinna: Yeah. I’m not even getting paid. Okay, so today’s topic is nausea. Being nauseous.
Tony: I think it’s weird that we have a show where we talk about things that make people throw up.
Tony: We should do that more often. What else? We could do like a bulimia show? That’d be a good one.
Kinna: That’s a good one.
Tony: We could do a show on rollercoasters.
Kinna: Uh huh. Have y’all seen that thing on YouTube about the kid, he’s a little heavy kid and he’s scared to get on the rollercoaster? He actually does nearly fall off, but the woman beside him doesn’t know it the whole time and it’s like strangling him.
Will: Oh my gosh!
Kinna: And yeah and he’s like Janice, Janice and she’s just laughing and has no idea and he’s like dangling.
Will: That’s hilarious.
Tony: Oh, wow.
Kinna: But it was hilarious. He made it.
Tony: Where is this rollercoaster?
Kinna: I have no idea.
Tony: Cause I don’t want to sign up for that one.
Kinna: Yeah, I just watched this video that somebody sent me and I cracked up.
Tony: That should be required viewing before you go to the amusement park that day cause it makes everything like 10 times scarier.
Kinna: Exactly! So being nauseous, you know, sometimes I have this. It seems like in the Summer when it’s really hot, what’s up with that? I get like to where almost like I’m hungry, but I don’t even want to eat, which is odd because that never happens, and so then it’s like ew, I just feel kinda sick and gross to my stomach, so it’s not fun.
Tony: Well, let’s talk about what makes somebody nauseous before we get to like turbo things like that cause that’s advanced.
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