Christian Natural Health
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Christian Natural Health

Dr. Lauren Deville

Christian Natural Health is the podcast that teaches you about natural health from a biblical perspective.

I'm Dr. Lauren Deville, a practicing naturopathic physician in Tucson, AZ. In this podcast, my guests and I will cover topics ranging from nutrition, sleep, hormone balancing and exercise, to specific health concerns like hair loss, anxiety, and hypothyroidism.

Once a week, I'll include a bonus episode, meditating on a Bible verse or passage. I'll also interweave biblical principles as they apply throughout the podcast--because true health is body, mind, and spirit.

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Natural Scoliosis Care: Interview with Dr Tony Nalda
July 12, 2024 - 31 min
Dr Tony Nalda holds a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University, and built one of the most successful chiropractic clinics in Central Florida. His expertise has made him a highly sought-after scoliosis specialist both in the U.S. and abroad. Dr. Nalda is CLEAR Institute’s Chairman of the Board—the only non-profit chiropractic educational and certification center devoted to non-surgical scoliosis treatment and research, a MaxLiving board member and instructor, and a keynote speaker who teaches chiropractors across the world. He has written several books, including “Scoliosis Hope: How New Approaches to Treatment are Transforming Lives.” He has successfully led his family practice for 20+ years and continues to seek out the latest and most effective modalities for treating patients naturally. To learn more about Dr Nalda, see or you can find him on YouTube at Scoliosis Reduction Center Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
What the Bible Says about Artificial Intelligence
July 5, 2024 - 32 min
For years now, even as headlines about the development of AI have become more frequent and more dire, I really never worried about it much, because I couldn't think of anything in scripture that sounded a great deal like a superintelligent machine. I'd read the end of the book (Revelation), I knew how it ended, and it wasn't in a robot apocalypse... so all the fears surrounding that possibility must therefore be much ado about nothing. (I did write a fictional trilogy for young adults back in 2017 about how I imagined a near-miss robot apocalypse might look, though, because I found the topic fascinating enough to research at the time. It's called the "Uncanny Valley" trilogy, where the "uncanny valley" refers to the "creepy" factor, as a synthetic humanoid creature approaches human likeness.) When I finished the trilogy, I more or less forgot about advancing AI, until some of the later iterations of Chat GPT and similar Large Language Models (LLMs). Full disclosure: I've never used any LLMs myself, mostly because (last I checked) you had to create an account with your email address before you started asking it questions. (In the third book of my series, the superintelligent bot Jaguar kept track of everyone via facial recognition cameras, recording literally everything they did in enormous data processing centers across the globe that synced with one another many times per day. Though at that point I doubt it would make any difference, I'd rather not voluntarily give Jaguar's real-life analog any data on me if I can help it!) Particularly the recent release of Chat GPT Omni (which apparently stands for "omniscient" --!!) gave me pause, though, and I had to stop and ask myself why the idea that it could be approaching actual Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. I recently read a book called "Deep Medicine" by Eric Topol on the integration of AI into the medical field, which helped allay some potential concerns--that book contended that AGI would likely never be realized, largely because AGI inherently requires experience in the real world, and a robot can never have lived experiences in the way that humans can. It painted a mostly rosy picture of narrow (specialized) AI engaging in pattern recognition (reading radiology images or recognizing pathology samples or dermatological lesions, for instance), and thus vastly improving diagnostic capabilities of physicians. Other uses might include parsing a given individual's years of medical records and offering a synopsis and recommendations, or consolidating PubMed studies, and offering relevant suggestions. Topol did not seem to think that the AI would ever replace the doctor, though. Rather, the author contended, at the rate that data is currently exploding, doctors are drowning in the attempt to document and to keep up with it all, and empathic patient care suffers as a result. AI, he argues, will actually give the doctor time to spend with the patient again, to make judgment calls with a summary of all the data at his fingertips, and to put it together in an integrated whole with his uniquely human common sense. Synthetic Empathy and Emotions? But, "Deep Medicine" was written in 2019, which (in the world of AI) is already potentially obsolete. I'm told that Chat GPT Omni is better than most humans at anything involving either logic or creativity, and it does a terrific approximation of empathy, too. Even "Deep Medicine" cited statistics to suggest that most humans would prefer a machine for a therapist than a person (!!), largely due to the fear that the human might judge them for some of their most secret or shameful thoughts or feelings. And if the machine makes you feel like it understands you, does it really matter whether its empathy is "real" or not? What does "real" empathy mean, anyway? In "Uncanny Valley," my main character, as a teenager, inherited a "companion bot" who was programmed with mirror neurons (the seat of empathy in the human brain.) In the wake of her father's death, she came to regard her companion bot as her best friend. It was only as she got older that she started to ask questions like whether its 'love' for her was genuine, if it was programmed. This is essentially the theological argument for free will, too. Could God have made a world without sin? Sure, but in order to do it, we'd all have to be automatons--programmed to do His will, programmed to love Him and to love one another. Would there be any value in the love of a creature who could not do anything else? (The Calvinists might say that's the way the world actually is, for those who are predestined, but everyone else would vehemently disagree.) It certainly seems that God thought it was worth all the misery He endured since creation, for the chance that some of us might freely choose Him. I daresay that same logic is self-evident to al
Relational Apologetics: Interview with Lindsey Medenwaldt
June 28, 2024 - 44 min
Lindsey Medenwaldt, (MA, JD, MPA) is the Director of Ministry Operations at Mama Bear Apologetics and serves as a consulting editor for the Christian Research Journal. She holds a Master’s in Apologetics and Ethics from Denver Seminary, a JD from St. Mary’s School of Law and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Midwestern State University. Her primary apologetics focus is on world religions and how we talk to people of other faiths. To learn more about Lindsey, see Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
Frequency Based Healing - Annie Pafford
June 21, 2024 - 22 min
Annie Pafford is the owner of Healthy Naturally You, next door to us at Nature Cure Family Health in Tucson, AZ! She is a Certified Laser Technician and Certified Sound Therapist with a 20 year background in nutrition and fitness. She was born and raised in Tucson, but she started Healthy Naturally You in 2011 in Michigan, and moved back to Tucson in 2020, opening her practice here in February 2021. She’s also the mother to three handsome sons. To learn more about Annie or to schedule a consultation, call or text 1-269-330-6847 Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
The Freedom Specialist - Interview with Bob Gardner
June 14, 2024 - 48 min
Bob Gardner is the Founder of The Freedom Specialist, a body-based approach to happiness, health, and well-being.  Bob is also the author of the book Built for Freedom and host of the podcast Alive and Free. As a Transformational Specialist, Bob’s aim is to share his unique tools with the world to empower everyone to find happiness, health, and well-being on autopilot. For the past 15 years, Bob has been incorporating multiple tools and knowledge gained from his years of experience in martial arts, breathwork, functional psychology, deep tissue release, and numerous other healing modalities to help thousands of people permanently put an end to their depression, anxiety & addiction by identifying and healing what's at the core of these issues. To learn more about Bob and The Freedom Specialist, see  Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
Chromotherapy (or Color Therapy)
June 7, 2024 - 8 min
This week's podcast comes from this blog post on Chromotherapy.  Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
God Watches Over His Word to Perform It: Jeremiah 1:11-12
May 31, 2024 - 4 min
Today's meditation is on Jeremiah 1:11-12 and Isa 55:10-11 Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
Treating ADHD Naturally - Interview with Dr Connie McReynolds
May 24, 2024 - 40 min
Dr. Connie McReynolds is a licensed psychologist and certified rehabilitation counselor with more than 30 years of experience in the field of rehabilitation counseling and psychology. She is the founder of neurofeedback clinics in southern California, working with children and adults to reduce or eliminate conditions of ADHD, anxiety, anger, depression, chronic pain, learning problems, and trauma. She recently published the book "Solving the ADHD Riddle: The Real Cause and Lasting Solutions to Your Child’s Struggle to Learn" To learn more about Dr McReynolds, see   Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
The Science of Renewing Our Minds | With Therapy + Theology
May 17, 2024 - 20 min
Join us as we outline the 4 main concepts of the mind in this special bonus episode of "Therapy + Theology". T+T host Carley speaks to the profound message of Romans 12 and explores the transformative journey of renewing our minds.  Key Discussion Points: Understanding Romans 12: Unpack the profound message of Romans 12, where Paul urges believers not to conform to the world's patterns.  Neuroscience Insights: Drawing from neuroscience and clinical expertise, investigate the intricate connection between our brains, bodies, and the formation of our minds.  Integration of Mind and Body:  Discover how understanding the mind-body connection can deepen our spiritual journey and enhance our relationships. Biblical Perspectives: Learn how scriptural principles align with scientific discoveries to provide a comprehensive understanding of human nature. Stay tuned for more thought-provoking discussions at the intersection of faith and wellness with Therapy + Theology. Subscribe now on Spotify or Apple. To find more podcasts like this go to Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
Healing Frequencies: Interview with Dr Russell Witte
May 10, 2024 - 56 min
Dr. Russell Witte is a Professor of Medical Imaging, Optical Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Arizona. Dr. Witte's Experimental Ultrasound and Neural Imaging Laboratory (EUNIL) devises cutting-edge imaging technology, integrating light, ultrasound and microwaves to diagnose and treat diseases ranging from tendinopathies and arrhythmias to breast cancer. By integrating different forms of energy, special effects are created that enable ultrasound imaging of optical absorption deep in tissue, mapping current source densities in the beating heart, and elasticity imaging of human muscle and tendon for quantifying tissue mechanical properties. Dr. Witte's research further extends into nanotechnology and smart contrast agents, which have applications to functional brain imaging, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. Dr. Witte works closely with collaborators in the Colleges of Engineering, Optical Sciences and Medicine, as well as industry, to develop cutting-edge imaging technologies that potentially improve patient care. To contact Dr Witte: 1) "Russ' Favorite links to government + peer-reviewed studies on Microwaves + Health + Safety": "Sample References Describing Adverse Biological Effects of Low-level Microwave Radiation " Updated review of 3000 peer-reviewed studies from a panel of scientific experts regarding "low-intensity microwave/electromagnetic radiation" and recommendations for rationale for biologically-based exposure standards. "Hidden Dangers of 4G/5G Microwave Technology.” May 27, 2021 [15 min] (my shortest presentation on health effects of low-level microwave radiation) slides: 13-page letter sent to the City of Tucson demanding an moratorium on the deployment of 5G Cell Towers. The city did not respond to this letter or a followup letter sent in July 2020. Discover more Christian podcasts at and inquire about advertising opportunities at
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Meet Your Host
Meet Your Host
Dr. Lauren Deville is the owner of Nature Cure Family Health in Tucson, Arizona. She received her NMD from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ, and she holds a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics from the University of Arizona, with minors in Spanish and Creative Writing. She is the author of The Holistic Gut Prescription and How to Be Healthy: Body, Mind, and Spirit.

In her spare time, Dr. Lauren writes young adult science fiction and fantasy novels as well as Biblical retellings under the pen name C.A. Gray, and she maintains a movie review blog with her cinephile husband.

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