In Episode 15 I have my first guest, Reed Davis, Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) founder. We sit down to talk about functional labs, health entrepreneurs, the difference between health coaching and becoming an FDN practitioner and so much more !
   In this episode we talk about: What inspired Reed to create FDN Why tests are so important for identifying underlying causes What types of “functional labs” does Reed recommend How Reed sees the future of medicine and healing How does conventional medicine fit into the big picture of the healing model Asking “why” we and/or our children have a health issue, and finding solutions based on the “why” Understanding the effect of epigenetics, and
On today’s episode Reed shares highlights from decades of experience in the health industry to help you understand what it takes to become the health coach you hope to be.
Do you know that you could and should feel better than you do? Are you ready to figure out what’s going on inside of you? Learn why you should test, not guess! when trying to get to the root cause of your issues. Do you have a desire to share your health journey success and help others reclaim their health? If so, you should consider becoming certified in functional diagnostic nutrition. It’s a super rewarding
Over 20 years ago, Reed recognised clients were caught in a “cycle of trial and error” and he committed himself to being the last person they needed to see. How was FDN born? What is this cycle of trial and error? What is metabolic chaos? What is the DRESS for Health Success Protocol? Why is R (Rest) so fundamental to our hormones and overall health? Can very specific metabolic chaos be root causes for insomnia?
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