:: Soul Sunday :: March 26, 2017
:: Soul Sunday ::
I have recently come across something that I feel like EVERYONE needs to listen to.
Do you suffer from unexplained issues: skin, brain (fog), weight loss resistance, digestion, depression, anxiety, etc? Well, then you need to listen to this interview with Dr. Zack Bush.
Dr. Zack Bush was the president of his medical class at the University of Colorado. With his MD, he later became the chief resident in the department of internal medicine at the University of Virginia. Over the past 12 years, he has continued to further his medical education. He is among the few physicians in the nation that is triple board certified. Having completed certification in 3 fields of interest, including internal medicine, endocrinology, and metabolism. All things we NEED to know more about. He published countless peer-reviewed articles and books in areas such as infectious disease, endocrinology, and cancer. This is someone who is a leader in gut health. At his own clinic, he treats patients to help them repair leaky gut syndrome, gluten intolerance, diabetes, autoimmune conditions, churns disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and weight loss resistance.
Besides the WHOLE podcast, lol, what I really found interesting was the part where he talks about when he initially tried to open his healthcare center at UVA (University of Virginia) that he got a lot of pushback from the certified nutritionist and the registered dieticians. I know why too, and I think he mentioned this, they, the Nutritionist and Dieticians, must learn and recommend according to the US dietary guidelines. We know, at least here in the US, where that is leading us. Most of you would not be reading this if said guidelines were keeping us healthy! That is why I chose the nutrition school that I did. We don’t agree with those guidelines. Furthermore, Integrative Nutrition Health Coaches take a holistic approach to health by looking at the whole person, not just their food and diet choices. They go way beyond the plate to help their clients develop strategies to increase physical activity, nurture relationships, cultivate career fulfillment, and deepen their spiritual practice, all of which contribute to overall increased health and happiness. Health Coaches are on the rise as there is more of a need for a holistic, functional approach to medicine and health care. For too long we have been band-aiding ailments and diseases that are actually preventable! It’s really amazing to see the work Health Coaches do – they’re truly catalysts for change in shifting the global health care crisis, making their communities and families healthier, and bridging the gap between traditional and modern medicine.
Bonus Podcast on emotional eating: http://www.stephaniedodier.com/episodes/037/