Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:03] How Dr. Larson got into this line of work
- [06:55] What is metabolic syndrome
- [09:45] How metabolic syndrome snuck into Dr. Larson’s life
- [11:55] 5 criteria of metabolic syndrome
- [15:50] Being heavy and overweight isn’t always the first indicator of metabolic syndrome
- [17:45] is eating better and exercising the key to avoiding metabolic syndrome
- [22:00] Fasting and how to do it right
- [23:24] How metabolic syndrome is a gateway to different chronic diseases
- [27:30] How Covid has affected metabolic syndrome patients
- [32:00] simple ways to improving your health
- [33:00] What is the adapt lab
- [40:00] Dr. Larson’s parting words
Resources talked about in this episode
- Guest website – Doctor Chad Larson
- Guest social media – Instagram
- Guest Youtube – Keepitreal
- Website – theadaptlab.com
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