Sean Croxton

Underground Wellness Radio

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Underground Wellness Radio is where health, personal development, and entrepreneurship meet head-on to reveal the blueprint for coming alive. Host Sean Croxton delivers in-depth weekly interviews with a variety of special guests including Chris Kresser, Diane Sanfillipo, Marie Forleo, Mark Sisson, and more.

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Keoni and Jade Teta, authors of The New ME Diet, visit UW Radio to discuss how to unlock your fat-burning hormones so you can stop counting calories and start losing weight. Their book is available in the UW Store! Hosted by Sean... more

Zoe Harcombe, author of The Obesity Epidemic, stops by UW Radio to discuss what caused the obesity epidemic and what we can do to stop it. Topics will include the history of the human diet, the conflict of interest between the food... more

Sarah Fragoso, author of Everyday Paleo, stops by UW Radio to discuss the behavioral and psychological components of health and wellness for the entire family. Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.... more

Nora Gedgaudas, author of Primal Body-Primal Mind, visits UW Radio to discuss the basic principles of how your body and brain function, based on both fundamental human physiology and the ancient selective pressures that shaped... more

Dr. Thelma Jones visits UW Radio to discuss the importance of recognizing the link between stress and the immune system. Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness. www.undergroundwellness.com

T.S. Wiley, author of Lights Out, stops by UW Radio to discuss the importance of a good night's sleep. Topics will include how the invention of the light bulb has contributed to obesity, heart disease, and depression, why you crave carbs after... more

Arthur De Vany, author of The New Evolution Diet, stops by UW Radio to discuss our Paleolithic ancestors and what we can learn from them. Art's book is available in the UW Store! Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.... more

Pam Killeen, author of Addiction: The Hidden Epidemic, returns to UW Radio to discuss the reasons why we are seeing a growing problem in the area of mood disorders and addiction and what can be done to solve these issues. Pam's book... more

Dr. Thomas Cowan, author of The Fourfold Path to Healing, visits UW Radio to discuss his holistic approach to healing that integrates the four aspects of our bodies: the Physical, the Life-Force, the Emotional and the Mental. Topics will... more

Reed Davis returns to UW Radio to discuss a functional approach to addressing ADHD. Topics will include how hyperactivity can be a sign of toxicity or nutritional deficiency or in many cases, both, the links between hyperactivity, learning... more

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