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UPDATE! New Service – Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN)

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I’m very excited to announce that I am now offering Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) to my clients. FDN gives patients the opportunity to improve their health by getting to the root cause of their symptoms. Many patients have had success using Functional Diagnostic Nutrition. In one case, for example, a patient was able to loose unwanted middle fat, regulate emotions well enough to discontinue an antidepressant and sleep without sleeping pills. If you aren’t in the Cincinnati area but are interested in improving your health with FDN, contact me by email or phone at 513-205-6543 and I will help you connect with an FDN Practitioner.

Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) is an opt-in model of self-care; i.e. you have the option of learning how to be more pro-active regarding your own health and nutritional needs. Think of FDN Practitioners as health detectives. They help patients find the underlying causes of disease instead of relying on traditional medicine which primarily focuses on symptom relief. By integrating FDN into your current treatment plan, you have the opportunity to find healing opportunities in a natural health restoring process.

Here’s a testimonial from one of my clients that has incorporated FDN into their treatment plan:

“By integrating FDN into my treatment for Anorexia, I have experienced dramatic results. Before using FDN I was functioning poorly; I was extremely obsessive, anxious, and had great difficulty eating regularly. If anything stressful happened in my life, I instantly resorted back to anorexic behaviors. My energy was drained. I was reliant on caffeine and other over-the-counter medications to get through routine activities. I also had to take psychotropic medications to deal with anxiety and depression. After a few months of following the FDN protocol these symptoms and problems improved dramatically. I no longer obsess over calories and macronutrient ratios, as I have learned how to listen to my body to determine how much I need to eat. I am no longer taking medication for anxiety, which has become more of a rarity; if I do get anxious, the feelings do not last nearly as long and aren’t nearly as intense. My energy level is incredible, I haven’t had to use any caffeine or other stimulants to have enough energy to get through the day. Using FDN is one of the best decisions I have made. I feel better now than I did even before my Eating Disorder. I truly hope your other patients will take the opportunity to incorporate FDN into their recovery!” WL 

If you are interested in incorporating FDN into your treatment plan, contact me at drnorton@eatingdisorderpro.com or discuss it with me at your next session! If you aren’t in the Cincinnati area or are not suffering from obesity or an eating disorder but are interested in improving your health with FDN, contact me and I will help you connect with an FDN Practitioner.

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Medical Advice Disclaimer: The information included on this site is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The reader should always consult his or her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation or if they have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan. Reading the information on this website does not create a physician-patient relationship.

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Show Notes – Sean Croxton + The Dark Side of Fat Loss

The Dark Side of Fat Loss – Sean Croxton

In this weeks episode we talked with Sean Croxton, author of The Dark Side of Fat Loss. We talked about the complete code of conduct for healthy living and nutrition so that you can be the healthiest, fittest version of yourself, free of excess fat, depression, anxiety, sweet cravings, sleep issues, low libido and the signs and symptoms of common degenerative diseases!

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In this episode we covered:

1:50 – About Sean Croxton.
3:15 – Tell us your story and how Underground Wellness got started?
6:36 – Do you ever find that going against the flow is difficult? Do you worry about going against the flow?
7:38 – One of the main tenets of The Dark Side of Fat Loss is that we get healthy to lose fat, not lose fat to get healthy. What do you mean by this?
9:50 – Tell us the difference between A1 and A2 casein. What is casein?
12:15 – What are healthy sources of dietary fat? What are unhealthy sources of dietary fat?
20:13 – Give us a couple of examples of factors that might be standing between an individual and their fat loss.
25:45 – Caller Question – Is it unhealthy to steam my milk for my coffee every morning?
30:00 – Caller Question – A lot of the products I see at the grocery store contain canola oil. Is canola oil a healthy fat?
32:15 – They call you the Poop King. What’s the fascination with poop?
36:05 – What should we do when our poop doesn’t look the way it’s supposed to?
37:15 – What’s an example of a good digestive enzyme supplement? What’s an example of a good probiotic supplement?
38:20 – What does sleep have to do with fat loss?
44:00 – What is Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN)? How does it help people change their health around?
45:50 – What do you do for someone with low estrogen levels?
50:00 – What’s in store for 2013?

Links We Discussed

The Dark Side of Fat Loss
The Dark Side of Fat Loss Book Review
The Great Con-ola

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