This week, Drew welcomes the Co-Founder of the Metabolic Effect, Dr. Jade Teta. Dr. Teta took the traditional route to medicine, first studying Biochemistry and then on to medical school. But, he found the curriculum lacking in nutrition and exercise. He knew lifestyle medicine was the best route to treating patients so he attended a university which specializes in Naturopathy.
Dr. Teta shares how he has helped over 10k clients to make their metabolism work for them, how weight loss is a biochemical and psychological experience and how to use buffer foods to keep your body from elevated stress levels.
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[08:29] J Teta's found traditional medical school curriculum lacking in health and wellness information.
[16:05] The metabolism is a giant stress barometer.
[20:52] If your SHMEC in check your metabolism is in balance.
[25:07] A healthy approach to a lifestyle change is to eat less, exercise less or to eat more, exercise more.
[30:58] The are 4 different cyclical metabolic seasons.
[45:27] Estrogen can slow fat loss from certain parts of the body.
[49:44] What happens to the metabolism during menopause, peri and post?
[53:37] Easy ways to deal with stressors include orgasms, naps, walking and hot baths.
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