Dr. Mittal describes 5 ways to optimize metabolism for a healthy weight loss.
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Dr. Mittal reviews 5 lifestyle factors to optimize metabolism, especially if dealing with weight gain or a weight loss plateau.
In this video, Dr. Mittal reviews 5 lifestyle factors to optimize metabolism, especially if dealing with weight gain or a weight loss plateau.
Dr. Richa Mittal shares tips on how to improve metabolism and maintain a healthy weight by sharing information on foods that can help improve gut health.
In this video, Dr. Richa Mittal shares tips on how to improve metabolism and maintain a healthy weight by sharing information on foods that can help improve gut health.
In this video, Dr. Richa Mittal shares 8 ways to add more plant proteins to your diet if you are looking for ways to cut down on your meat consumption.
Dr. Mittal continues in part 2 of this article about building metabolic resilience in which she describes the scientific link between food, fasting and mitochondrial health and how to use specific tools to maintain a healthy weight and metabolism.
What does that mean?
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the definition is:
the capability of a strained body to recover its size and shape after deformation caused especially by compressive stress
an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.
Why am I referring to this word in terms of metabolism?
Reading this definition makes it quite obvious why metabolic resilience is essential. With continuous “stressors” and their effects on our bodies day to day, effects of our food and of our environment, we need to ensure our bodies’ ability to adapt.
What happens when it cannot? How does it get overwhelmed to the point that it can’t?
Is there a way to prevent this from happening? Can we reverse it?
To understand this, we first have to define some of the common “stressors” and look at their effects. These “stressors” over time, with continued insult and no checks in place, contribute to chronic disease states.
Here I will describe for you 5 common metabolic stressors, the science of how they affect our health, as well as ways to reduce the effects. I will present this blog post as 2 parts, as it gets a bit technical! In each section, I will lay out an action plan for you to work towards building metabolic flexibility- the key to adapting and recovering- the key to resilience.
“A happy bowel makes a happy person.” One of my sayings! Agree or disagree?
We are learning more and more about how every system in our bodies is connected and the gut it turns out, affects much more than you might think!
This is a reason why in my practice, along with optimizing other factors, one of our focus points is to help patients optimize their gut microbiome.
Let’s look at some commonly asked questions about how gut health affects whole body health.
In this video, Dr. Richa Mittal shares Intermittent Fasting Hacks
Dr. Mittal shares 5 tips on how to stop stress eating and avoid unwanted weight gain during this COVID19 pandemic.
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