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Metabolism Reset Diet: How to Repair Your Liver and Lose Weight Naturally

Summary: Your liver is actually the key to a healthy metabolism.
Air Date: 4/25/19
Duration: 21:16
Host: David Friedman, ND, DC
Guest Bio: Alan Christianson, NMD
Dr. Alan Christianson is a Naturopathic Endocrinologist who focuses on Thyroid function, specifically Hashimoto’s, Hypothyroidism, and Graves’ disease.

He has been actively practicing in Scottsdale since 1996 and is the founding physician behind Integrative Health. He is a NY Times bestselling author whose books include The Metabolism Reset Diet, The Adrenal Reset Diet, and the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Thyroid Disease.

Dr. Christianson regularly appears on national media like Dr. Oz, The Doctors, and The Today Show. He is the founding president behind the Endocrine Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
  • Book Title: The Metabolism Reset Diet
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Metabolism Reset Diet: How to Repair Your Liver and Lose Weight Naturally
The path to becoming naturally thin isn't as impossible as it may seem.

The hidden truth is that your liver is actually the key to a healthy metabolism. When it isn't functioning properly, it loses the ability to burn fuel. An overloaded liver can only store fuel as fat, which slows your metabolism and leads to excess weight gain.

Even if you cut out sugar and carbs, you can still struggle with weight loss and high blood sugar.

In Dr. Alan Christianson's book, The Metabolism Reset Diet, he provides readers the information they need to reverse damage to the liver in just four weeks. Once your liver regains its ability to manage your metabolism, you'll have fewer food cravings, steady energy levels, better digestion, and a metabolism that works optimally.

Listen as Dr. Christianson joins Dr. Friedman to explain why liver health is so tied to metabolism, as well as how you can achieve optimal liver function to lose weight and get healthy fast.