The inability to cope with the stress of everyday life is a major contributor to chronic disease. The adrenal glands respond and adapt to physical, emotional, and nutritional stress. Adrenal fatigue (technically called hypoadrenia) is a prevalent yet rarely diagnosed modern condition characterized by fatigue, poor concentration, sleep disorder, and weight gain. Instead of turning to sugar and stimulants, learn basic nutritional and lifestyle strategies to improve adrenal function. Topics include:
Presenter: Dr. Paul Ratté
Paul Ratté is a Naturopathic Doctor at Rhythm of Health, Inc. in Woodbury, MN and Professor of Clinical Nutrition at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. He creates personalized wellness plans for his patients that prioritize their health concerns and reflect their commitment to change. Paul believes it is not enough to treat disease using natural medicine, aspiring instead to teach health using nutrition, resiliency, and physical activity. Visit www.paulratte.com for more information.
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