29 Oct Episode 36:Unlocking the Power of Personalized Nutrition for Chronic Illness with Andrea Nakayama
If you’re feeling frustrated and overwhelmed by your chronic illness, even after giving countless diets and nutrition plans a shot, and still not seeing much improvement in those pesky symptoms, trust me, you are not alone in this journey! I know how it feels to diligently follow all those trendy diets and maybe even say goodbye to some of your favorite foods, yet you’re left dealing with that constant pain, that persistent fatigue, and those dreaded flare-ups. It’s like a never-ending rollercoaster, right? I’m so excited to share this episode with Andrea Nakayama who is truly an expert when it comes to nutrition.
In this episode, you will be able to:
Discover the power of functional nutrition
Navigate the risks and rewards of behaviors that impact your health, empowering you to make informed decisions.
Learn how to set boundaries for self-care that prioritize your well-being and enhance your quality of life.
Andrea is a Functional Medicine Nutritionist and educator, who has led thousands of clients, and now teaches even more coaches and clinicians around the world in a revolution reclaiming ownership of both their own and their clients’ health. As the host of the 15-Minute Matrix Podcast and the founder and former CEO of Functional Nutrition Alliance, Andrea draws on systems biology, mental models, root cause methodology and the therapeutic partnership to offer long-awaited solutions for the rapidly growing chronic illness epidemic. After losing her young husband to a brain tumor in 2002, she discovered a passion for using food as personalized medicine and is now regularly consulted as the nutrition expert for the toughest clinical cases in the practices of many world-renowned doctors. She trains nearly four thousand practitioners each year in her methodologies so that they too can become the last stop for their clients and patients as well as a trusted referral partner for doctors in their area.
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