[Natural Medicine Secrets] Episode 2 LIVE - Doctors issue warnings about stress dangers

Episode 2 is LIVE

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In Episode 2, Stress & Anxiety – The Cortisol Connection – Adrenals/Fatigue/Blood Sugar, you will discover:

  •     Why your body’s cortisol response to stress can set off a chain of problems ranging from inflammation to autoimmune issues to sexual dysfunction...
  •     How natural remedies can cure fibromyalgia, a disorder affecting 5.8 million people in the U.S. alone…
  •     7 ways to create meaningful "good stress" that keeps your brain happy..
  •     The real reason you’re not able to lose weight…
  •     The little-known relationship between stress and common parasite infections…


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P.S. You may want to take notes as you watch each cutting-edge episode. They are chock-full of helpful information.


Episode 2: Stress & Anxiety – The Cortisol Connection – Adrenals/Fatigue/Blood Sugar
Airing on September 4, 8PM EST / 5PM PST

Take control of your health!

Keeping cortisol levels healthy is paramount to good physical and mental well-being. Cortisol helps control blood sugar levels, regulate metabolism, reduce inflammation, assist with memory formulation and has an effect on other hormone in the body.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States and at age 45, the lifetime risk for cardiovascular disease is more than 1 in 2 women. In Dr. Joel Kahn’s advanced preventive cardiology clinic, he commonly diagnoses women very early in life with the development of atherosclerosis leaving them vulnerable to heart attacks, strokes and cardiovascular disease. Dr. Kahn tells us that herbal and natural supplements have shown exciting evidence for reducing atherosclerosis.

Fibromyalgia is a musculoskeletal disorder afflicting an estimated 5.8 million people in the United States. Cause widespread pain and amplifies the way the brain processes pain, often leaving the body’s pain receptors in hyperdrive. Dr. Joel Fuhrman explains how it is possible for people to make complete recoveries from this disorder that normally would be incurable.

How to help improve mental health; clarity, focus, memory, and improve depression or anxiety? Dr. Peter Kan tells us these are all symptoms and the key to improving your health is to treat the underlying cause and not the symptoms.

Research has shown a brain that is not challenged, is a brain that withers and dies. Learn about NEURO and how good stress, and challenging mental activity, are necessary for brain power.

Butterflies in your stomach? The Gut-Brain connection - Dr. Todd Watts shares how much of what happens in your gut health really affects your brain health and vice versa.

An apple a day…What are we truly eating? Many studies show that fruits and vegetables are not the same as they were even four years ago. Learn how to replace the nutrients that are lacking in our fruits and vegetables, and how we can maximize our existing food.

If you're not losing weight, you're not detoxing properly. Revealing the right way to effectively lose weight.

Did you know that vitamin D is actually a hormone? One that decreases inflammation in our body, decreases our CRP levels, and helps enhance the immune system. Dr Sruti Lam explains the magic of mushrooms in our diet.

‘’Turmeric helps with everything and any kind of disorder your body has’’ – Dr. Sruti Lam gives us a cure-all recipe with herbs and roots common to many household kitchens.

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