Guest: Reed Davis
November 12th, 2008.
It was on this very day seven years ago that Underground Wellness Radio first took to the internet airwaves.
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition founder, Reed Davis, and I chopped it up for 90 mins, answering the question, Is Stress Making You Fat?
In fact, Reed was my first and second guest. I guess I was too shy back then to ask anyone else to be on the show.
So when I was pondering who would be the perfect guest to send the podcast off into the sunset, I couldn’t think of anybody better than Reed. He was there at the beginning and he’s still here in the end. My main man.
On today’s final episode of Underground Wellness Radio, Reed and I get together one last time to show you how to become your own health detective … one who stops chasing symptoms and gets to the root cause. Topics include:
* How to navigate the “needs gap.” What to do when your doc or practitioner are stuck in their ways and unconcerned with finding what’s really causing your health challenges.
* Why diet and exercise aren’t always enough .. and how to assess the 4 Pillars of Health on which your health stands upon.
* What may be happening to your hormones if and when you’re feeling a little less “frisky”…
Click the PLAY button above to listen to the entire episode.
Though the podcast is ending, I’m not going anywhere. Be on the lookout for a brand new podcast coming in January. We’ll keep talking about health, just a little less.
You’ll still be able to find all 348 episodes of UW Radio on iTunes, Stitcher, BlogTalk Radio, and the UW website. If you’d like a complete list of episodes (with links to listen) please join The Transcribe Tribe. They’re all in there.
You’ll remain on my email list for our next adventure. There is no need to re-subscribe. When the new podcast launches, you’ll be the first to hear about it.
The Second Opinion Series will go on. Our next topic will be SLEEP in March 2016. Be on the lookout!
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I have more to say at the end of today’s episode. I hope you get a chance to listen. If not, THANK YOU for supporting Underground Wellness Radio. It’s been a blast. I’m sad to bring it to end, but it’s time.
See you in January!