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53. Stress and Adrenal Health with Dr. Doni Wilson

Episode Summary

This past year people’s stress has been off the charts, with devastating consequences: insomnia, decreased immunity, infertility, irritability, emotional eating, weight gain and depression. Dr. Doni Wilson is a naturopathic doctor, certified professional midwife, and certified nutrition specialist believes it is possible to be healthy, even when we’re stressed. In the process of solving her own problem of suffering from migraines for 25 years, Dr. Doni developed her Stress Recovery Protocol™ which identifies how stress uniquely affects each individual and then uses epigenetics to reoptimize health. Her unique approach helps patients reverse challenging health conditions including fatigue, anxiety, autoimmunity, fertility and recurrent miscarriages, insomnia, as well as HPV infections and abnormal pap smears.

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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [01:45] What led Dr. Wilson to work as a naturopathic physician 
  • [05:30] What is stress
  • [07:30] Are stress hormones during pregnancy the same as day to day stress
  • [09:50] Do adrenaline and cortisol work the same
  • [12:00] What is epigenetics 
  • [14:45] What type of tests does Dr. Wilson order for her patients 
  • [20:15]Knowing where your hormone imbalance is important in order to recover from stress
  • [27:30] Any symptoms that you may be experiencing can be a signal that you need your hormone levels tested 
  • [31:00] Stress recovery activities 
  • [33:30] Dr. Wilson’s parting words

Resources talked about in this episode

Guest website – DoctorDoni.com

Guest social media – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn

Guest book – Stress Warrior

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94. Using Food as Medicine

94. Using Food as Medicine

In general, a whole food, unprocessed diet that emphasizes healthy protein and fats, vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes, and lean meats or fish, is consistently linked to better health. But, you may be wondering, how specifically do healthy foods work their magic?

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