Welcome 2023! As we start the new year, we are continuing the Women's Health theme with a conversation about functional nutrition and the impact of a healthy diet on the body, autoimmunity, and Epigenetics. My guest is podcast host and functional nutrition counselor, Andrea Nakayama.
Andrea is the host of the 15-Minute Matrix podcast and the founder of the Functional Nutrition Alliance. Her aim is to offer better solutions to the growing chronic illness epidemic by highlighting the importance of systems biology, root cause methodology and therapeutic partnerships. She also helps historically underserved individuals reclaim ownership of their health.
Some of the topics we explore include:
- Medical gaslighting and why so many women navigating symptoms of chronic illness struggle to get an accurate diagnosis or receive sufficient care (6:36)
- The circle of influence and how it relates to healing our body (16:06)
- What is Functional Nutrition and how a functional nutrition counselor helps fill the gaps between what the doctor knows and what the patient knows (36:59)
- The non-negotiable anchors that are universal for all of us (49:59)
📢 We’re celebrating the release of the updated and revised edition of my book How to Stop Feeling Like Shit! 🎉 If you missed the news due to the busyness of the holiday season, yes, the updated version is here! Don’t miss out on some of the amazing bonuses and giveaways available. Head over HERE to order and grab those!
You know how I love a good personal development book, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!
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As the host of the 15-Minute Matrix Podcast and the founder of Functional Nutrition Alliance, Andrea is leading thousands of students and practitioners around the globe in a revolution to offer better solutions to the growing chronic illness epidemic. By highlighting the importance of systems biology, root cause methodology, and therapeutic partnerships, she helps historically underserved individuals reclaim ownership of their health.