If you’re feeling overwhelmed with health remedies, wellness advice and supplement overload – you’re not alone. Tens of millions of Americans are over-prescribed and under-whelmed when it comes to the health and wellness industry. The question we all need to ask ourselves is – how can we find the root cause to feeling better?
Finding a healthcare practitioner who will treat the root cause of your health problems instead of treating the symptoms is challenging in both conventional and alternative medicine. Today we’ll discover a very interesting and unique approach to getting well – and one that will also shorten the time that you’re sick. I believe this approach is going to be the way healthcare practitioners practice in the future. My guest today, Lisa Herndon is way ahead of the curve on this one!
Lisa Herndon is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) Practitioner – think of her as “Your Personal Health Detective.” Lisa helps people figure out what’s going wrong with their health and fix it using a natural approach. She focuses on getting to the root cause of problems and solving them.
- What are the fundamentals of health and the importance of a good diet?
- What steps can you take so that your food will digest properly?
- How important is sleep and how can you minimize toxins in your environment?
Lisa Herndon doesn’t believe in taking very many supplements especially hormonal supplements as this can throw off your very delicate hormonal system even more and make things worse in some cases. This is all the more reason to find out why your system is off balance in the first place and then give your body the raw materials it needs so it can make its own hormones and anything else that it needs. She relies more on the body’s innate intelligence and uses a variety of tests to determine what is off and where the problems are. The tests she uses tells a lot about a person. She can even determine what type of diet a person should be eating at certain intervals of time as this can change as the person heals.
Medical disclaimer: The information in this podcast is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice in any way. If you have any health concern always see a qualified healthcare practitioner.