The following is an excerpt from the Edward Sylvan, CEO of Sycamore Entertainment Group interview with Dr. Matt Chalmers and the interview was published on Authority Magazine Here. Edward Sylvan CEO of Sycamore Entertainment Group pictured above. As a part of our series about “How Athletes Optimize Their Mind & Body For Peak Performance”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Matt Chalmers. Dr. Matt Chalmers is a health and wellness expert, author, podcast host and speaker who specializes in the areas of long-term wellness, nutrition, women’s health, weight loss, athlete wellness and holistic healing. With a client list that includes professional athletes, business executives, politicians and celebrities, Dr. Chalmers takes a ho...

Jason and Kitty welcome Dr Matthew Chalmers to the podcast.  Dr. Matt Chalmers is a health and wellness expert, author and speaker who specializes in the areas of long-term wellness, nutrition, women’s health, weight loss, athlete wellness and holistic healing.

Posted on SHEFINDS.COM by OLIVIA AVITT Chronic muscle pain can be one of the most frustrating and debilitating things to experience. Regardless of its intensity, nagging pain of any kind makes it difficult to be productive, spend time with others, and enjoy the everyday delights of life. One of the hardest parts of navigating chronic pain is that it often feels like you can’t pinpoint a source, and therefore don’t know how to treat it. We asked Dr. Matt Chalmers, founder of Chalmers Wellness, what his top recommendations are for reducing chronic muscle pain so you can feel your best.   First of all, what are some common causes of chronic muscle pain? “Overuse is the number one reason for chronic muscle pain. Even if you are just sittin...

Lisa Tsering has Dr. Chalmers on the Mind, Body & Beyond podcast - Feb 6, 2022  Dr. Matt Chalmers, a chiropractor based in Dallas, Texas, specializes in helping men and women improve their hormone balance, gut health, weight management, and other aspects of all-over wellness. He’s the author of the bestselling book  Pillars of Wellness

Hosted by David Clark, a former 320lb alcoholic, drug addict, food junkie turned accomplished endurance athlete, bestselling author, plant based fighter and happiness warrior. Hosted by David Clark, a former 320lb alcoholic, drug addict, food junkie turned accomplished endurance athlete, bestselling author, plant based fighter and happiness warrior. Join world class athletes, actors, musicians, entrepreneurs and everyday heroes for a look into the far side of the universe where anything is possible and all things are eventual. Brian ReynoldsFacebook and Instagram @brianreynoldsrunnerBill Stahlsilly_billy@msn.comFacebook Bill StahlInstagram @stahlor   Before we get off of the topic of setting our actionable goals off in the strongest poss...

All through February, I'm going to be taking a closer look at the SIMPLE shifts you can make to simply begin. Dr. Matt Chalmers is a doctor and wellness specialist and has a unique way of helping his clients find better solutions to their health problems than just the traditional routes. Sometimes the most basic thing we can do to begin is reframe our perspective, and just begin. Listen in to our chat and walk away with several nuggets to reframe stress, fatigue, weight gain and fitness.    

February 9, 2022 by JUSTINE SCHWARTZ - SHEFINDS.com  The health benefits of taking B vitamins are well documented–from boosting energy levels to brain function and promoting cell health and cell metabolism. B12, for one, has been associated with promoting weight loss because of its links to metabolism and energy. "This vitamin complex will help with digestion, sleep, liver function, energy and mental function,"https://chalmerswellness.com/"Dr. Matt Chalmers, a health and wellness expert, author and nutrition speaker tells us. "This will allow a person to move more easily and be more upbeat," he continues. Who doesn't want that? Additionally, "It will also burn more calories and because it helps with digestion the body will absorb more ...

Appeared on SHEFINDS January 27, 2022 by OLIVIA AVITT With the FDA approving the use of CBD in dietary supplements in the last year, you’re probably seeing a lot more of it on the market, and are curious about trying it out. Studies have shown that it can help with everything from anxiety to cancer to high blood pressure, so many people have started using it as a regular supplement. However, even too much of a good thing can have its drawbacks. If you are interested in trying CBD yourself, what are the downsides that you should be aware of? We asked Dr. Matt Chalmers, owner of Chalmers Wellness, everything you should know about CBD supplementation. With the FDA approving the use of CBD in dietary supplements in the last year, you’re pro...

Published on She Finds - January 11, 2022. By Justine Schwartz Just when you thought the perfect breakfast did not exist, nutrition experts unanimously suggest eggs and other proteins for kickstarting your weight loss goals. From your first meal of the day, give your metabolism a major boost with these super foods high in not only protein content, but low in fat and nutrient-rich. That’s a win-win-win! “Protein has been found to be a key nutrient for weight loss, as it helps to curb appetite, preventing us from overeating and keeping us full till lunchtime,” certified outdoors athletics educator Jennifer Schultz tells us. “It can boost metabolism, as our bodies burn more calories when metabolizing proteins than carbohydrates and fats.” S...

Understand how to set and achieve the goals most important to you. Wellness and how to achieve it is really all about creating the highest quality of life for the longest time possible. What will make you genuinely happy, healthy and fulfilled? Take some time to think about where you are now and what you wish to change. This will give you a solid foundation to work with when setting goals for the New Year. How To Set Attainable Goals Consistency is the key to meeting the goals you create for yourself. When you begin a new wellness-focused lifestyle for the New Year, the best approach is to choose a big goal you can then divide into several smaller goals you can begin to achieve in shorter increments of time. Measuring short-term goals...

December 6, 2021 by JUSTINE SCHWARTZ -Shefinds.com - As we age, our muscle mass naturally depletes, which in turn means we burn fewer calories. Consuming protein (as well as doing resistance training at the gym), can help. “I am a big fan of protein because it helps maintain the body’s lean muscle mass,” Dr. Amy Lee, board certified doctor in internal medicine, medical nutrition and obesity medicine and partner of Nucific, advises. “Simply put, protein is a crucial macronutrient to consume, especially as we age, since it becomes more difficult for us to process and maintain lean muscle tissue as we age,” Michelle Wong, registered dietitian at Life Time, agrees. “When the body does not have an adequate amount of protein, it essentially ...

Originally posted on Shefinds.com on December 2, 2021 Common health problems like bloating may be signs of an unhealthy gut. Healthy gut bacteria helps to regulate metabolism, boost absorption of nutrients, and helps with weight management. Additionally, a healthy gut also means a stronger immune system, improved mood and proper digestion. In addition to drinking plenty of water, decreasing your intake of sodium and exercising more, you can aid your body’s natural gut processes by eating more fiber. Fiber can come from whole foods or supplements. Here are the foods leading health experts swear by for boosting your metabolism, having more energy and beating bloat: Milled Flaxseed “Also known as ground flaxseed, milled flaxseed is a versat...

Jeff and Cheryl Scruggs have Dr. Matt Chalmers stop by their podcast! Sign up and follow Jeff and Cheryl today!  Listen to the Podcast Here Dr. Matt Chalmers is a health and wellness expert, author and speaker who specializes in the areas of long-term wellness, nutrition, women’s health, weight loss, athlete wellness and holistic healing. With a client list that includes professional athletes, business executives, politicians and celebrities, Dr. Chalmers takes a holistic-based approach with patients to identify and treat the source of their issues. Medical doctors regularly refer patients to Dr. Chalmers when traditional medications and treatments are not working with their patients. Dr. Chalmers works with patients to identify, treat ...

November 26, 2021 by JUSTINE SCHWARTZ Many of us have been led to believe that the holidays are synonymous with weight gain, causing us to fixate on it more, develop unhealthy habits, and ultimately gain those extra pounds after all. It can be a vicious cycle, and you’re basically manifesting the thing you don’t want to happen to happen. But leading health experts suggest that it can be so much easier than that; by changing your mindset, being deliberate about having balance and, above all us, remembering what is most important during holidays–spending time with loved ones!–you never need to worry about buying a new pair of pants just because of grandma’s pie. Here are there tips for ensuring that you net out where you started this holid...

shefinds.com November 7, 2021 by JUSTINE SCHWARTZ Shutterstock In this day and age, it can be difficult to make good health choices when so many of the foods on the grocery aisle are loaded with hidden sugars, chemicals and preservatives and other sneaky food content. You might think that you’re being healthy by grabbing a protein or granola bar for breakfast (rather than skipping–gasp!), but experts warn that this is the one “health” food that should be avoided at all costs, because of its harmful effects on the gut (among other processes of the body). Protein And Granola Bars Meal replacement, protein and other “health” bars can do more harm than good when it comes to the gut. “I would keep people away from sugar alcohols that ...

Posted on Neighbor News -  Tue, Nov 9, 2021 at 1:09 pm CT The term "heart health" really refers to the entire cardiovascular system because if the "pipes," your blood vessels, get clogged then the "pump," your heart, will not work well. Too many people are letting their doctors just look at cholesterol levels and, in some way, thinking those levels have some sort of bearing on the overall health of your heart and cardiovascular system. Do not let your doctor take a blood test, see high cholesterol and put you on statins (medication for high cholesterol). This shows a great lack of understanding of how the body works. Before you make the choice to take a statin, at least have a calcium CT first and look for plaque. A blood test that do...

Shefinds Posted November 6, 2021 by Justine Schwartz If you are one of those people who drinks a smoothie or shake every morning, it can be assumed that you are already pretty health-conscious. To blend fruits, veggies, healthy fats and sometimes supplement powders first thing in the morning means that you are already making several good health decisions before 9am. Shakes are great for on-the-go (when we know that skipping breakfast is pretty much the worst thing you can do). Plus, so many fiber-rich fruits and veggies, like raspberries and carrots, work perfectly in smoothie recipes. All of these factors lead to better digestion, boosted immunity, reduced risk of illness and improved health overall. If your health goals involve losing ...

Some macronutrients, like fat or carbs, are designated as “good” on some diet plans, and “bad” on others. But added sugar is one that is known to have *no* nutritional benefits, and thus doesn’t need to be apart of anyone’s daily diet. “Your body doesn’t need to get any carbohydrate from added sugar,” Dr. Yelena Deshko, a general family practitioner with a special interest in, anti-aging medicine, tells us. Natural sugars are found in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, however any added excess sugar beyond that which naturally occurs in plants is unnecessary, she explains. In fact, people who consume added sugar are at a great risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and many other chronic health conditions, board certified obe...

Dr. Matt Chalmers is a health and wellness professional, practicing doctor, author and speaker who is an expert in the areas of long-term wellness, nutrition, women’s health, weight loss, athlete wellness and holistic healing. Company launching wellness, performance and cannabis products created by professional athletes GameDay is an opportunity for me to play a role in designing products that are in line with my holistic approach to health, wellness and performance.” — Dr. Matt Chalmers NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 13, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Dr. Matt Chalmers, a health and wellness expert, author and speaker, has been named director of health and wellness for GameDay Global Brands, a manufacturer of wellness, performance and ...

Published on Shefinds.com Sept 20, 2021 by Olivia Zavitson. While it may be easy to prioritize your waking priorities over rest, not getting enough sleep could have detrimental effects on your health. Especially if you’re on a weight loss journey, getting good quality sleep is necessary for seeing optimal results. However, “going to bed” is often easier said than done, as stress, diet, and life in general can make it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep, even if you’re absolutely exhausted when your head hits the pillow. Having specific goals in mind for cleaning up your sleep hygiene can be helpful when on a journey to improve sleep quality, so we asked Dr. Matt Chalmers, founder of Chalmers Wellness, how much sleep you should be getting...