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Stress and metabolism reset with Dr Alan Christianson – Episode 30

Summary

Low energy? Stubborn body fat? Low tolerance? Poor immunity? These are some of the common symptoms resulting from problems with stress and metabolism. Leading naturopathic doctor,  Alan Christianson joins us on the Fit to Succeed podcast to share a few vital principles from his 2 best-selling books. He helps to provide a few fascinating answers!

Guest Biography

Dr Christianson is a certified Naturopathic doctor and the founder of the Endocrine Association of Naturopathic Doctors. He has been running his integrative health clinic since 1996 and has become a renowned name in the field of natural hormonal health and wellness, with more specific specialization in thyroid and adrenal disorders. He is the author of the 4 books, including the New York Times bestselling book, The Adrenal Reset Diet (2015), and his latest publication, the Metabolism Reset Diet (2019).

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Dr Alan Christianson

Website: drchristianson.com

Episode content: Stress and metabolism reset

In this episode, we discuss many topics including:

  • the difference between adrenal fatigue and adrenal reset
  • how chronic stress impacts hormonal balance
  • symptoms of faulty daily cortisol rhythm
  • difference between overfat and overweight and the associated health risks
  • the role of the liver and thyroid in metabolic health
  • recognisable symptoms of metabolic damage
  • helpful strategies to support health improvement

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Connect with Dr Christianson on social media

Facebook @DrAlanChristianson

Instagram @dralanchristianson

Twitter @DrAChristianson

Published books

In this episode we refer often to 2 of Dr Alan’s books. You can learn more about these by following the linked images below.

Bonus video

Dr Alan was a great sport and also recorded a short taster video. Here are a few quick-fire question and answers to give you a brief flavour of what we discussed in the full interview above. Enjoy.

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Stressed out? The root cause – Episode 9 with Pete Williams

Summary

Does life sometimes get too much? Being stressed out has a significant impact on our day to day lives and developing resilience is a necessary factor in our modern world. Functional medicine practitioner and stress expert, Pete Williams, unfolds some intriguing insights around managing stress in this episode of the Fit to Succeed show.

Guest biography

Pete Williams is a graduate from the University of Liverpool, with a BA in exercise physiology, 1992. He went on to obtain a Master of Medical Science from The University of Sheffield in 1995. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (1997) and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA 1999. Pete was the youngest recipient of the ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award from the UK Register for Exercise Professionals, 2003. He graduated from the Institute for Functional Medicine (2004) and was one of the first to be awarded the Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner status (2013). He is considered a clinical innovator by the Institute for Functional Medicine.

Working in central London, Pete has considerable experience in supporting clients as they seek to recover from the damage that stress can have on the body.

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Pete Williams, Functional Medicine practitioner

Episode content: Stressed out? The root cause

In this fascinating episode of the Fit to Succeed show, with Pete Williams, we discuss the following:

  • the primary physiology behind the stress response
  • common intrinsic and extrinsic stressors in our modern environment
  • identifying the total burden upon a client
  • is there a tipping point where the burden exceeds the ability to recover?
  • how to identify the root cause of stress-related dysfunction
  • top strategies for supporting the management of stress and its effects

If you enjoy this expert interview episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the Fit to Succeed podcast on iTunesStitcherPlayer FM or the full version on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interviews, visit the full podcast library.

Website: http://petewilliams.org/

Connect with Pete on Social media:

Facebook @petefmed

Instagram @petefmed

Twitter @petefmed

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