with Erica Weiner
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On today’s episode, Erica unpacks her own journey with chronic illness (an autoimmune disease for over a decade) and how functional lab testing helped her discover her own personalized roadmap to healing naturally. For years, conventional medicine told her that “this was just how life was going to be” but Erica never stopped searching and finally found the answers she was looking for. In this episode, she’ll reveal what those answers were and one of her favorite health hacks of all time: Functional Lab Testing.
Functional lab testing does not diagnose disease. Instead it gives us sub-clinical (or pre-disease) data that helps us understand what’s going on in the body and how to rebalance ourselves BEFORE we reach a point where a doctor can diagnose disease.
Through functional lab testing, we can identify vitamin/mineral deficiencies, toxicities (such as mold, yeast, heavy metals, etc.) and imbalances (such as your hormones) and much more. Functional lab testing is an amazing tool, but you have to run them with someone who is trained to interpret them. Because they don’t diagnose disease, most conventional medicine doctors don’t use them or understand them. They are also typically not covered by insurance since they don’t diagnose disease.
If you’re interested in running any of the lab tests Erica shares about in this episode, reach out to schedule your free discovery call and Erica will let you know which test is best for you to start with. You can email her at email@example.com
And don’t forget to join Erica’s free Facebook community, Simple Holistic Health Tips, where you can find even more resources for optimizing your wellness journey. You can heal. You can get well. You just need someone to show you how. Join the community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/simpleholistichealthtips
- Erica’s 13 minute video on how to optimize your Omega 3 levels: https://youtu.be/Zq1NSR_-9Uc
- RESEARCH: The importance of the ratio of omega-6/omega-3 essential fatty acids https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12442909/
Disclaimer: This episode is educational and informational in nature and is provided only as general information and does not constitute medical or psychological practice, advice, opinion, diagnosis, treatment or guarantee. You are responsible for your own health care decision-making and should obtain necessary consultations with appropriately licensed health care professionals such as physicians and psychologists.
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