Episode #234 – Q & A on Mitochondria, SIBO, Low Ferritin, High Cortisol, and Joint Health!

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, Episode #234 – Q & A on Mitochondria, SIBO, Low Ferritin, High Cortisol, and Joint Health!

, Episode #234 – Q & A on Mitochondria, SIBO, Low Ferritin, High Cortisol, and Joint Health!

In This Episode:

  • Get to know the mitochondria better and the different ways to check if you have a healthy mitochondria [04:20]
  • This is the most well-studied diet to help individuals suffering from Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth [08:21]
  • Discover the unexplored wonders of the ultimate elimination diet and the elemental/semi elemental diet and to whom these types of diets are recommended for [13:15]
  • Here’s the kind of fasting recommended for people with low levels of ferritin and high cortisol [14:38]
  • In this specific circumstance, extended fasting is NOT recommended [16:39]
  • Exercise is NOT always the best resort for everybody. Learn who can thrive with physical activities and the best way to start your exercise habit [24:12]
  • The best plant-based foods for joint health vary depending on the individual. But, this is the one thing that you must absolutely avoid… [26:28]

In this Q&A episode with Dr. Jockers and Melissa Nohr, they answer a new set of questions related to health and wellness that are trending on the different social media platforms of Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition. They offer relevant tips on how to keep the mitochondria healthy and thriving, and the kind of lifestyle better suited for a person suffering from SIBO. They also tackle issues around low ferritin and high cortisol and the natural remedies to support joint health.

“We usually go on the low fodmap diet but there are also other culprits that people with SIBO can be prone to have a reaction to.”

-Dr. David Jockers

                           

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