May 2017

Boost your mitochondria to beat fatigue. When you start strengthening your mitochondria you will see that you r energy levels rise. Watch this to find out how.
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In this podcast, I speak with Dr. Sarah Myhill, who is a world-renowned chronic fatigue expert. Dr. Myhill is not on the podcast circuit and you’ve probably never heard of her before. That’s because she doesn’t really have an online presence — she is a clinician and researcher on the front lines of treating people with fatigue. And she has been on the cutting-edge of that for decades now. That’s what I love about her.

She’s not only developed some amazing protocols for healing people with fatigue, but she has also done breakthrough game-changing research in this field. We get into all that in the interview.

Of all physicians specializing in this area, I believe that Dr. Myhill has probably the most impressive understanding of the causes of fatigue and how to fix it.

Below are the interview time codes for where we talk about specific subjects:

Why modern western medicine is failing us (3:25)
Why fatigue is an imbalance of energy generation and energy demand (4:20)
Why your body is like a car (6:10)
How we spend half our energy we spend just on staying alive (8:32)
Sarah’s take on the holes in our body’s energy bucket (9:17)
Why the adrenals are not the primary cause of fatigue (12:25)
How a poor energy delivery can cause common symptoms of fatigue (13:05)
How chronic fatigue syndrome and infections cause Myalgic Encephalitis (15:00)
How practitioners are terribly influenced by their personal experiences when it comes to treating patients (15:50)
Why she named her book: It’s Mitochondria, Not Hypochondria (19:23)
The connection between ME and chronic fatigue syndrome (25:45)
Her thoughts on whether people with “adrenal fatigue” have got mitochondrial dysfunction (26:10)
The most basic lifestyle interventions gets people a long way in boosting recovery (26:40)
Why the heart suffers when you have a poor mitochondrial function. (27:25)
The preferred dietary fuel for mitochondria (28:32)
Why a good diet and a good gut function is so important (32:03)
Challenges with the ketogenic diet (34:44)
How Hypothyroidism can cause problems when following a ketogenic diet (36:35)
How to get around the challenge when the body cannot cope with a ketogenic diet (37:40)
Sarah explains hypothyroidism and why lifestyle is causing of thyroid issues (38:13)
Why 50% of the world’s population might suffer from insulin resistant diabetes by 2030 (41:40)
How nutrient deficiencies causes mitochondrial dysfunction. (44:19)
Power, Sex, and Suicide. Mitochondria and the meaning of life (50:09)
Sarah’s theory why Dolly the sheep only lived to be 6 years (50:33)
How weak mitochondria causes cell suicide and muscle loss as we age (54:15)
How heavy metal exposure and products of the fermenting gut can cause weakened mitochondria (55:38)
Why the liver is the most important organ and is using the most energy in the body (56:28)
Why infections and long-term consumption of prescription and over the counter drugs are inhibiting the mitochondria (57:47)
Lack of vitamin C is a major risk factor for infection (1:03:15)
Why we think we have won the infectious disease battle, and why we should not rest on the laurels (1:03:20)
Why vitamin C is crucial for a good health (1:04:30)
The three to five top strategies for optimal mitochondrial function (1:06:23)

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