This episode is dedicated to breaking down everything that happened during my recent travels! I’ll go over everything I learned from the speakers at the conferences, plus other fun things that happened while I was away.
- The idea of bio-individuality and what it actually means
- Param Dedhia’s talk on why dieting does not work
- The importance of body fat composition to your long-term health and how you can change it
- Why sleep is important
- Stephanie Dodier’s talk on mastering your food cravings ? understanding our emotional connection to food and the reasons why we binge
- How to increase dopamine in our body without using food
- Why we have food cravings
- The ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) study and how the ACE score is linked to autoimmune disease
- Dr. Trudi Deakin’s talk on debunking the eat-less-move-more mentality and how that doesn’t work to lose weight
- Ximena de la Serna’s talk on reversing PCOS through keto
- Franziska Spritzler’s talk on slowing down the aging process using a low carb, low sugar, high fat ketogenic diet
- Pia Holmstedt-Englund’s talk on using proper breath
- Bitten Jonsson’s talk on sugar addiction and what addiction means
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