thyroid function

Podcast #117 Dr. Justin Marchegiani on Functional Medicine


Today's Guest

Dr. Justin Marchegiani is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a degree in Kinesiology and Pre-medical studies. Dr. Justin has completed his Doctorate degree in Chiropractic Medicine from Life West University. He has completed post graduate study in the area of clinical nutrition, rehabilitative exercise and functional medicine so he can offer the most cutting edge techniques to help address his patient’s growing health care needs.

Dr. Justin works with a wide variety of patients all the way from athletes trying to increase performance and heal from injuries, to the everyday person with chronic health challenges. Using a holistic approach, Dr. Justin addresses core underlying barriers to health which allow his patients to heal faster and feel better.

Dr. Justin is a great guy with a positive attitude about health in general. It's all about the system as a whole and he uses that to his advantage. He's even done some work on me in person and I left feeling like a million bucks. A true testament to the importance of focusing on the body, but the mental aspect and possible deficiencies that are causing other issues downstream.

The show

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Today we discuss

  • How the mind and body are connected
  • Thyroid issue epidemic and what to do about it
  • How to measure your own thyroid function
  • The right way to focus on your adrenal and thyroid function
  • Why overspecialization is not the key to success
  • Why blood sugar stability is so important
  • Why you should not be doing intermittent fasting

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