How To Improve Your Cell and Mitochondrial Health While Reversing Degenerative Disease
In This Episode:
[02:50] Welcome Dr. Courtney Hunt to discuss health, genetics, and safe practices.
[03:53] Dr. Hunt shares what caused her to go into medicine and then functional medicine.
[06:24] Listen as she shares how she made the connection between gluten, Celiac’s Disease, and the prevalence of auto-immune disorders.
[07:45] Were there any symptoms of Celiac’s that her husband had and they missed?
[09:57] Where should the average person start in figuring out what is causing their symptoms?
[13:54] Love is the foundation of creating good habits. It also affects all the symptoms of their bodies.
[16:48] How can you incorporate nature and spending time in nature into your life if you’re in a light deficient area?
[19:12] Why loving others sometimes leads to us neglecting ourselves. Dr. Hunt shares her journey with this same concept.
[22:46] How can you unplug to increase your health if you’re a go-getter?
[25:21] It’s not selfish to feel good. When you take care of yourself you’re better able to take care of your family.
[26:50] How can you get started with making healthy changes in your daily routine?
[30:40] Why you need sleep and to focus on your circadian rhythm.
[32:18] What kinds of signs should you look out for that point toward inflammation?
[35:02] Genetic testing is the key to defining exactly what types of signs and symptoms you should be looking out for.
[38:31] How behavioral choices affect your health.
[40:31] Can you train your mitochondria?
[43:16] You can’t recharge your battery without sleep and sunshine.
[46:04] What does Dr. Hunt tell people who are super sick to get them moving in the right direction?
[48:27] When moms get better, the family follows. Start with your genes… not your allergies.
[52:53] Connect with Courtney and find out where you should start with testing.
[53:44] How does Dr. Hunt define being healthy?
[54:50] What can you take away and do now to get more peak performance out of your life?
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