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Top 10 Rules For High Performance Living with Dr. Barnet Meltzer

In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Barnet Meltzer—a pioneer and expert with 50 years of experience in the realm of preventive medicine, integrated medicine, and clinical nutrition. Dr. Meltzer is my childhood physician. We will talk about the 10 rules for high-performance living, health, and energy. In this podcast, Dr. Meltzer will cover: 

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How Do You Test For Adrenal Fatigue?

Introduction To find out whether you have or do not have a medical condition, most people turn to medical tests. A medical examination is any medical procedure (such as a blood test, saliva test, muscle biopsy or ultrasound scan) that is performed to detect, diagnose, or monitor diseases/dysfunctions. 1 Some tests (such as genetic tests)

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Reversing Insulin Resistance With Low-Fat Vegan Diets? With Robby and Cyrus

In this episode, I am with Cyrus Khambatta and Robby Barbaro – co-founders of Mastering Diabetes, which is a coaching program that teaches people how to reverse insulin resistance through a low-fat, plant-based lifestyle. Cyrus has an undergraduate degree from Stanford University and a PhD in nutritional biochemistry from UC Berkeley, and Robby has worked

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Stress and Fatigue

Can Stress Cause Fatigue?

In a word, yes! Fewer things will cause tiredness and fatigue faster than intense psychological or emotional well-being. But why? The answer may not be what you think.  What is Stress-Related Fatigue? When most people think of fatigue, they think of “adrenal fatigue” – which comes with symptoms like tiredness, lack of motivation, anxiety, sugar

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Signs That Your Anxiety Could be Making You Tired and Weak

Normal Tiredness vs. Anxiety-Induced Fatigue The American Psychological Association (APA) defines anxiety as “an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure.” Anxiety generally revolves around work, health, finances, and other issues that demand a person’s attention. Small amounts of stress can be beneficial, such as being worried

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