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
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized environment. It accelerates the body’s natural healing process by increasing the amount of oxygen in the blood. Here to explain more about hyperbaric oxygen and how it can help is Dr. Masha Makeeva, a faculty member at International Hyperbaric Association, and a past Scientific Committee Member at the Spanish Association of Hyperbaric Medicine.
Giving birth is the most vulnerable time in a woman and baby’s lives. Women want to feel safe and in control of their birthing experience, but too many women don’t, especially black and brown women. Kimberly Seals Allers has done something to change that. She’s the founder of Irth app, and what she’s doing for families is nothing short of incredible.
Osteoporosis is a global epidemic. Too often people only think about their bones when they break one. Penelope Wasserman developed the Million Dollar Bones program in 2011 to help prevent osteoporosis by teaching healthy lifestyle habits to children decades before people are usually thinking about their bones. Her unique program is a sensory immersion experience that gets kids (and adults) excited about bone health.