How to Achieve Metabolic Health | Dr. Philip Ovadia

How to Achieve Metabolic Health | Dr. Philip Ovadia

In today’s episode, we cover metabolic health with Dr Philip Ovadia. Dr. Ovadia is a board certified Cardiac Surgeon, founder of Ovadia Heart Health, and the author of Stay Off My Operating Table: A Heart Surgeon’s Metabolic Health Guide to Lose Weight, Prevent Disease, and Feel Your Best Every Day

What you put into your body has a direct impact on your metabolic health, but what is metabolic health, why is it important, and what can you do to support a strong metabolic health so you don’t end up on the operating table or in an early grave? 

What to Listen For

  • Introduction – 0:00
  • What is metabolic health and how does it impact the other areas of your life including mental health?
  • The big medical myths – 13:17 
  • What is the biggest medical myth that is making us more unhealthy every year?
  • Should we be consuming supplements?
  • How did unhealthy food become so normalized that we serve it in hospitals where we’re supposed to go to get better?
  • The 5 metrics of Metabolic Health – 26:09 
  • What metrics should you and your doctor pay attention to if you want to avoid ending up on the operating table?
  • What is the biggest pitfall of intermittent fasting and what can you do to work around it?
  • Nutrition and Metabolic Health – 35:44
  • What should you eat to support your metabolic health and what should you avoid?
  • How do nutrition and your metabolic health affect your mental well being?

It’s clear that metabolic health is critical for overall well-being. Unfortunately, unhealthy food has become normalized to the point where we are now serving it in hospitals. If you want to avoid ending up on the operating table, make sure you and your doctor are paying attention to the following metrics: fasting blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and waist circumference. To support your metabolic health, make sure you eat plenty of fiber-rich fruits and vegetables and other whole foods. Avoid processed foods high in sugar and seed oils. By making small changes to your diet, you can improve your metabolic health and reduce your risk of developing chronic diseases like heart disease or diabetes.

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