42. Diabetes with Dr. Mona Morstein
Diabetes is an epidemic. More than 10% of Americans have diabetes and one-third of adults have pre-diabetes. To demystify diabetes, today’s guest is Dr. Mona Morstein. Dr. Morstein has been a naturopathic physician for thirty years, was Chair of Nutrition, a professor of Gastroenterology and Clinical Supervisor at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, and is an expert in diabetes. In fact, she wrote the book on it, “Master Your Diabetes: A Comprehensive, Integrative Approach For Both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.”
Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:30] What is Type 1 diabetes
- [04:30] What is type 2 diabetes
- [07:25] Other types of diabetes
- [10:00] Why is diabetes increasing in the population
- [15:35] Dr. Morstein’s approach to treating diabetes compared to a conventional approach
- [19:40] Is testing for environmental factors and nutritional deficiency important
- [24:00] How some medications can deplete nutrients
- [30:33] Way to naturally improve insulin resistance
- [34:40] Does Alzheimer’s and dementia cause insulin resistance
- [40:00] Dr. Morstein’s parting words
Resources talked about in this episode
- Guest website – AZIM Solutions
- Guest book – Master Your Diabetes
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43. Listener Q&A
Today I answer listeners’ questions. Frequently people reach out to me with health questions. And doing a Listener Q&A gives me a chance to answer those questions and share that with you, because typically if someone has a question, there are lots of people with the same question who simply haven’t asked it.
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45. Food as Medicine
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