Dr. Joel Rosen: All right Hello everyone and welcome you back to another edition of the less stress life where we teach exhausted and burnt out adults the truth about adrenal fatigue so that they can get their health back quickly. And today, we’re doing a little bit of a field trip podcast, because I am walking outside in sunny Boca Raton, Florida, in the middle of the afternoon, because I had a couple of cancellations. And I wanted to record this week’s podcast of the less stress life, I don’t have a guest. But what I want to do is I want to share with you three major adrenal fatigue, bio hacks that you aren’t doing, that will make a huge, profound difference in your exhaustion and fatigue. So once again, my name is Dr. Joel Rosen.
And the website that we have is called the truth about adrenal fatigue. And the reason why we call it the truth about Adrenal Fatigue is because it’s such a terrible term. It really is. And it doesn’t mean that you’re not exhausted, or you don’t have low libido or motivation or drive, or you’re not handling stress very well. You don’t crash in the middle of the day, or you’re more wired and tired at night, or you wake up with little energy in the morning. All of those things are going on, but the actual term called adrenal fatigue, very seldomly goes on and you’ve probably heard me say this many times. But maybe you haven’t, that. Given that it’s a terrible term. When traditional allopathic and Korean doctors, family, physicians, gastrointestinal doctors, internal medicine, doctors, hear the term adrenal fatigue, it almost makes the hair on their arm stand up.
And the reason that is is that they didn’t learn that in medical school, it’s not in the peer-reviewed journals. And if it’s not taught, or studied, or operationalized. And operationalize means, given a great definition that you can actually test for in peer-reviewed journals, that it doesn’t exist, and what traditional doctors will do, which is, is a triage, like think about the medics in the army, they triage the troops that come in, and they and hospitals do that to where if you are having a bleeding neck injury, you need to be attended to first. And if you have a cut, you don’t need to be attended to us as quickly. So it is with faulty adrenal insufficiency, and that’s the term that traditional doctors accept. They accept the fact that if they do it ACTH stimulation test, and they give you a pituitary hormone that signals your adrenals to make amongst other things of adrenal hormones, aldosterone, cortisol, other types of glucocorticoids.
And it doesn’t output a minimal amount of cortisol, then it is called adrenal insufficiency. And if it does have a response, then there’s no such thing as adrenal fatigue. So it’s black or white, you either have an insufficiency, or you don’t. And that’s good for the 1970s or 60s or 50s. Health care, when we didn’t have as many environmental triggers, or social media, or EMF and Wi-Fi, are depleted nutrients in our soils, or elect politicians. And the way that the biased information that’s the media portrays to you creates such polarization of people meaning it’s like everyone’s out against everyone. And as a result, when that is going on, and you’re not giving a shade of gray to what you have going on, just because you didn’t fail, and adrenal fatigue insufficiency test doesn’t mean you don’t need to be attended to.
And so we aren’t going to talk about the three hacks that I want you to do. But I still want to go back into the truth about Adrenal Fatigue and how it’s such a terrible term. Because there are so many things that can go wrong with the signaling, the utilization, and the processing of the nutrients. That cortisol makes or what the adrenal glands output. That just to say that you’re not, you’re producing enough, or you’re not producing enough. So I shouldn’t use double negatives. But just because you have enough cortisol, and that you don’t have too little, doesn’t mean you have an adrenal problem doesn’t mean you don’t have it. You have an HPA axis dysfunction. Let me give you an example. Today I did, a Dutch review on a 55-year-old female. And typically, I want them to fill out the questionnaires that we give them metabolic assessment forms, send me their last two years of blood work. Let’s meet let’s look at your timeline and history. So that I can look at that before looking at the Dutch test to give the Dutch test some context because the Dutch test is a great test that stands for the dried urine, total cortisol, and hormone test.
And we send that all over the world. We’ve sent that to Australia, to Germany, to Spain, all over Canada and us. And it’s a really easy kit. It’s a dried sample. So you take your urine, at dinnertime at bedtime, when you first wake up and two hours later. And if you happen to pee at night, you will take that overnight sample as well. And then it will look at your different hormones. And I’ll get into that in a second. But if I’m just looking at that, and I’m not looking at your questionnaires, and I’m not looking at your health history, and I’m not looking at your blood work, I can see the result of stress on your body. But I can’t really come up with a lot of hard, specific details on why it’s playing out like that. Because that’s requiring me to be a doctor and conduct a thorough history and correlate how you’re feeling with what you’re doing with what you’ve done with what you’ve experienced, and with what your objective labs tell you to put that Dutch test into context. So we did the Dutch test review, the 55 years old female gives you a little bit of information. She’s exhausted, she’s tired, she’s burnt out. She thinks she has lots of CO infections like Lyme and EBV and HSV, one different viral infection.
And she didn’t send me any bloodwork. And she didn’t fill out my questionnaires. And she let me know that she has concerns about fatigue and immune dysregulation. And so we went over her Dutch test. And I’ll tell you some of the findings we saw on it. So the first finding is, it does look at your cortisol rhythm. And cortisol should be on a circadian rhythm. It should be nice and high in the morning and low in the evening. So when the sun rises in the morning, your cortisol awakening response should double. You should have a real high output of cortisol, and then it should come down throughout the rest of the day.
And in her instance, she did have a cortisol awakening response, which is good, it wasn’t as abundant as it should be. But it wasn’t flatlined either. And a lot of the clients that I work with, have really really flatlined cortisol awakening responses. And the research does show flatline cortisol awakening responses. That’s where you’ll see a lot, of chronic health challenges. In fact, the lower the cortisol awakening response to increase in morbidity and mortality. So anyway, she told me, You know, I have been doing a lot better over the years. And I said, Well, that’s interesting, because now that I know that, and now that I see that you have an awakening response, although it’s not as abundant, as we’d really like to see it. I could suggest that your trajectory is getting better, right? Because you’re telling me you’re getting better.
I asked you as a doctor, you’re telling me it’s gotten better. So I would assume that had we done this test? A year two years ago, we would have seen the cortisol awakening response be flatlined. So the good news is you have an awakening response that is getting you ready for the day you’re recording eating your circadian rhythm. With the cortisol output, you’re getting calibrated to the earth. And that’s really what you want at the end of the day when you’re exhausted and you’re burnt out. And you may be told that there’s no such thing as adrenal fatigue or it’s a crappy term. So your blood tests come back normal, or you didn’t fail a CTS ACTH stimulation test, you can bet that you are not coordinated with the circadian rhythm, your cortisol is not abundant in the morning, it’s not getting that increase in in the first waking hours. And then it’s not coming down, it’s dysregulated, there might be low than high. Or it might be a roller coaster ride because there are blood sugar imbalances, and it’s low than high than low than high, you can tell by the curve of that circadian rhythm, what may be going on. So in her case, the good news was that her circadian rhythm was not flatlined, she had an awakening response. The other thing that we noticed was her free fraction was a lot lower than her metabolized cortisol.
And what does that mean, you’re not going to see this on a saliva test, because a saliva test only looks at your free fraction. And that’s what in this example, that awakening response, the graph, the representation of the Dutch test. That’s what that is telling us about the free fraction. But what it also tells us is the metabolized cortisol for that time period. So if you start the test at dinnertime, and it’s five or 6 pm, then you go to bed, then you wake up to pee, then you wake up in the morning, and two hours later, the total of all the cortisol that’s bound to a protein. And that’s not down to a protein. It’s called your metabolize cortisol. So it’s how much cortisol is produced for the day.
And in her expectation, because she thought she had adrenal fatigue, that would have been the marker that should have been really low. People that are exhausted and burnt out and can no longer signal the HPA axis to output cortisol, they’ll have really low metabolize cortisol. In her instance, she had really high metabolized cortisol, but the ratio of that to the free fraction was a lot more skewed. And that’s a really important test finding. So if you’ve done a Dutch test, go back and relook at it, and see, if your output of metabolized cortisol was much higher than your free fraction. If it is, it means that your HPA axis is still up-regulated, you’re still signaling from the brain because of stress, because of inflammation, because of blood sugar imbalances, because of just overwhelming, and what I call demand and supply problems.
Because of all of those things going on, your brain still needs to put out a lot of cortisol, or at least your brain needs cortisol hormone to function properly because it has the highest priority of getting that hormone in the body. But what is also happening at the cellular level, at the level at which the tissues, the GI system, the working muscles, the heart, the lungs, the kidneys, are doing things to deactivate or not utilize all the cortisol that you’re producing. And that’s a really big lesson that a lot of practitioners Miss. And that comes with just doing so many of these tests, not only for my clients but for myself, too, because I’ve suffered from my own exhaustion problem. So why would your body do that? Well, your body’s infinitely intelligent. And it knows more about what’s going on at the cellular level than any doctor does.
And that you do, and any textbook does, it is the absolute truth. And when your body is getting too much cortisol, too, over too much time, because of too many stressors, then it comes up with these protective backup mechanisms. To make sure that you’re not catabolic, we breaking down all your tissues, because it’s like caching in the mutual funds you are, you are depleting you’re stored your stored energy, you’re depleting your minerals because that’s what your adrenals are called. They’re called your mineral corticoids. And what you’re doing is when you signal to the adrenals, you’re signaling, hey, we need you to make our fluid levels available. We need to get all of those minerals out of the cells and drive energy production because we have a crisis here. But then, at the cellular level, we see that your body is either making more proteins and not allowing that free fraction to be free. It’s binding it to a protein. So it takes away the availability of the free cortisol. It doesn’t mean you’re not producing a lot of cortisol, In this case, she was producing a lot of cortisol. She is just going into a protective mode to not utilize it.
And there’s a lot of different mechanisms our body does to do that. It makes more binding proteins. It deactivates cortisol into cortisone, which is shown on that test were on page three or four. You’re looking at the ratio of cortisone, cortisol. I tell clients that cortisone is the inactive form of cortisol. So what happens is your brain signals to your Geno’s? Hey, make a lot of cortisol, that’s your metabolize cortisol for the given time period. But when you look at the free fraction, and you see it’s a lot downregulated, then you can see that your body’s doing some things to protect that a lot of the times there, the Dutch test people will tell you that that can happen when there’s a lot of adipose tissue, because adipose tissue can produce more cortisol, which is new findings nowadays. But with the 11 beta HSD, what it’s doing is it’s saying, hey, instead of being a diploid troop, and go to the war, what we want you to do is be an army reservist, and we want you to be deactivated into cortisone.
And I see that a lot of times with people that have an upregulated cortisol metabolized, HPA axis going haywire. And we’ll tell you at the end, here are three bio hacks that you can do to be able to support this as well. So going back into her test, she wanted to know, okay, does this mean I have adrenal fatigue? Then? I say no, it doesn’t mean you have adrenal fatigue. Remember, it’s a crappy term because very seldom Will you ever fail an ACTH test. But people that present with down-regulated HPA axis it excited is when I see that your total metabolize cortisol is low, your total free fraction is low. And even your data is low. So on this particular test, it shows that our metabolize cortisol was really high. Her free total hurt her total free was down-regulated and not being utilized because of extra proteins and Heat Shock proteins and even the activation of cortisol into cortisone to be the active reserve. All those things are deactivating her cortisol.
But on top of that now, her total data her total estrogen, and our total progesterone, and our total testosterone were all low. And she felt that she felt like she had hormone imbalances, no, no mood, no libido, no motivation, no drive. And I’ll tell her like, what happens is when your brain is signaling so much to make cortisol, it up-regulates the priority of cortisol. And it down-regulates the priority or the receptors to make your sex hormones and that would make sense, right? Like if I’m under stress, and I have a lot of fires to put out and a low amount of firefighting ability to do that. I’m not going on vacation, right? And that’s kind of the analogy I use is, if I have a lot of oxidative stress, metabolic overwhelm inflammation, HPA axis upregulation. I am not worried about reproduction at the end of the day, so I told her, the best answer is you don’t have adrenal fatigue on here. You have maladaptive adrenals, maladaptive adrenals, meaning your HPA axis is upregulated.
And that needs to be investigated. That’s where I needed more information, looking at blood work and seeing inflammatory markers, regulation of iron, liver enzymes, cholesterol, cholesterol utilization, white blood cells, red blood cells, electrolytes, proteins, so many things that you can get insight into as to what may be causing that HPA axis regulation or dysregulation. I said you have HPA axis, HPA axis dysregulation, and as a result, your body is kind of robbing Peter to pay Paul in terms of sex hormones are not being produced and you’re not utilizing your cortisol as effectively. But yet your body is also overproducing it.
And that’s a stressful thing to happen where the alarms are saying Everyone’s being signaled. But then you’re not able to utilize all of the actors in the play, because there’s just too much chaos going on. And as a result, you feel low, you feel demotivated, you don’t have energy your libido is down. But guess what? Your ACTH stimulation test is not negative.
Right? I mean, this other thing that we see. And again, I’m going to get to the, give me the three clinical pearls here in a second. I just want to continue with this example. So then we looked on the next page. And we saw that her estrogen levels were low. But what we look at is how does she metabolize? How does she clear out and eliminate her estrogens, because we can get a lot of information on phase one? And phase two detox, even if she has very low estrogen to clear out what she did.
And she would write because at the end of the day, she’s 55, she stopped having her cycle when she was 40, in their 40s. And her estrogen, and her ovaries, and our reproductive system is not producing as many sex hormones. And she’s low on that. The other thing I’m concerned about is she has really high cholesterol. What she told me, my concern is, is that that cholesterol that’s really high, should be able to convert into pregnenolone, progesterone, estrogen, and if she has any gi issues of absorbing cholesterol or even genetic susceptibilities of utilizing cholesterol, then that can cause her hormones to below as well. So I told her, I wanted to look at her ancestry test, which she happens to have.
And then I wanted to look at her fatty acid metabolism, and see if she has some of these gene snips. Some of the gene snips would be spent this, ACA T, SLC 20, a five, there’s a lot of gene snips that can really muck up her ability to use her cholesterol. And as a result, she has this upregulated stressed demand for her HPA axis, she’s robbing Peter to pay Paul. But at the same time, she’s not even supplying enough nutrients for Peter and Paul. It’s hard to rob Peter from Paul when Peter and Paul don’t have much money, to begin with. And again, that would lead to her being exhausted, and fatigued, and burned out, and overwhelm yet she’s negative on our HPA axis. Sorry, on our ACTH stimulation test, and there’s no such thing as adrenal fatigue.
And you could see here, how we get so much more information from looking at a Dutch test, putting your doctor hat on, asking a person how they’re feeling, and wanting to know about their past tests, so that we can customize a recovery strategy around all of that. And so what happened in her case was, she had an upregulated four-oh h pathway. And in English, what that means is, that’s the unhealthy estrogen pathway. And that can be upregulated, because of inflammation, because of stress, because of all the things that would cause her, her and her HPA axis to be going off would be the same stress and triggers that would cause her estrogen metabolism to go down the wrong inflammatory pathway.
And this is where women that have estrogen-like cancers go down this pathway. And they get concerned about taking estrogen hormones because they are up-regulating that for a wage pathway, which ultimately creates a lot of DNA damage. And so I told her Well, the good news is, you have so low estrogen anyways, even though if you’re going down that pathway, you’re not creating so much load on your detox pathways that can’t handle it, and ultimately end up oxidizing and creating DNA damage, but we still want to support that. And one of the things that we see best to support that is the use of cruciferous vegetables and sulforaphane. If you’re looking for where to get some good quality, high organic, certified grade, sulforaphane, drop me a message because we are starting to produce that now and send that all over the world.
We’re really excited about that. On top of that, on the last page of the Dutch test, we look at the organic acid markers, and one of the organic acid markers that were really low for this particular patient. Was there Pyroglutamate, and Pyroglutamate is a marker of how able is this patient is able to keep up with inflammation Control stress and inflammation because that’s really what glue the fire on is produced for beautifying is produced when we have toxins, stress, inflammation, and the need to control cortisol or to control inflammation and make cortisol.
And that’s going to be one of the major strategies I’m going to recommend in terms of biohacking, your adrenal fatigue challenges, but I just want you to get an overview of how we came up with these three strategies. So, again, not correlated with the upregulation of her HPA axis, her down-regulation of utilizing it, her robbing Peter to pay Paul, so to speak with her sex hormones falling, and how she was metabolizing, estrogen going down one of the inflammatory pathways, and now having low ion and I told her as she said, she said to me, do you think the glue define is the inflammation is high? Because the glue to fire on is low? Or do you think it’s the other way around? I said to her, it’s kind of like, asking, do you think that the water is depleted? Because the fire is burning? And I would say yeah, like that’s what it is mostly like, if you have oxidative stress, you already know you have these viruses that reoccur and you’ve had other challenges in your life and you really haven’t looked at your genetics.
And maybe your blood sugar’s not staying stable, but you’ve come a long way you’ve gotten better. One of the things I would recommend is using sulforaphane, which is the main ingredient in supporting your nerf two and your glue to fire an output, which I would bet the world she has some gene snips on those meaning her body is not able to signal those effectively, and she’s gonna need lifelong support with that. But the quota fi on being low. Her going down that four pathway suggests that she needs that inflammation control. And that was one of the main things that we recommended.
The other thing we recommended is she wanted to know, can she take her seven keto DGA, and I did recommend that now, I haven’t seen research and you can call me out on this if you find it yourself. That shows that the seven keto data is any better than the other sheet-like da forms. And but I said, Listen, 50 milligrams for 30 days is a good strategy based on the fact that your data is really low, your estrogen is really low, your progesterone is low, and your testosterone is low. Now, she said what about pregnenolone? And I said I wouldn’t necessarily rush for pregnenolone because you’re what was in there? The astute listener will say, Well, what was in there that wouldn’t have let you rush to that.
And it’s the fact that the HPA axis was upregulated, she was making a lot of metabolized cortisol. Cortisol was not her problem, making too much of it and utilizing it, and dampening down the stress signals was her problem. pregnenolone is not going to fix that if anything pregnant alone could create a bigger disparity between the two. Does that make sense? I hope that makes a lot of sense. So we didn’t recommend that. And then the other thing we recommended was, Hey, get us those blood tests. I mean, we need to see the blood test. And the other great news was, she had already an ancestry test.
So we’re going to be doing that ancestry test review, but we gave her four weeks of marching orders. And the four weeks of marching orders are to use the sulforaphane even recommended the Gouda thigh on for her even though I haven’t seen her genetic susceptibilities. And that’s really key when I’m looking at someone’s beautify on production because I want to know, are they able to make it as their transsulfuration pathway working acceptably or not? Are they able to recycle the Bluetooth ion? Are they able, to synthesize it with other raw materials or ingredients? And are they able to be able to utilize it?
And there are gene susceptibilities that will make that very difficult to be able to do and in this case, I need to see that on her genetics, but I still recommended doing the lepas oma fluidify on I recommended doing the sulforaphane I recommended doing the seven keto D ha that would not have been my first choice but I’m pro-patient. And I don’t want them to go out and buy a supplement when they already have a whole bunch of supplements in their pantry and that’s something that drives me crazy when I work with clients. And if we can come up with a strategy that already utilizes the nutrients in their pantry then why the heck not because ultimately those are expensive products that you could be utilizing, but just more intelligently. And this is what we wanted to do. And so that’s what we’re going to do.
And there’s Got a little excited, they’ve dropped the phone, do not drop the phone when you’re doing the podcast. But anyway, there’s a lot of great information in there, and the Dutch test. And the other thing we saw on her Dutch test, which was helpful, which we didn’t really get into too much, was that her VMA ratios are really low. And VMA really is banjo mandolin is an organic acid that tells me about her genuine production. And my suspicion is is that with iron metabolism, the recycling of her BH four, which is called by Opteron, is NA D dependent and fully dependent. And other gene snips that make it work properly, are not recycling. And when that doesn’t recycle, it doesn’t make your neurotransmitters and therefore her VMA would below, she won’t be able to make enough adrenaline.
And the paradox is when she gets stressed out because he’s not making enough adrenaline when she gets anxious. And some people will think well, wouldn’t that only be if she makes too much? Yeah, it would be that too. But that’s what’s confusing about it is you can have high adrenaline and be anxious, you can have low adrenaline and be anxious. And you don’t want to just stick to one major generalization of if it’s high, it’s this. It’s this low. It’s that because many times in functional medicine, high values can be the same symptoms as low values. And you really need to test for that.
But in this case, she had a low clearance of her VMA, which suggests that she is not making enough neurotransmitters to be able to handle her stress response. And that’s all because everything is overactive. And ultimately, we’re not getting to the inflammatory challenges. So I hope that made a lot of sense. So what I want to do now is give you the three bio hacks. So bio Hack number one is and I will give a link to this on either my, my profile, or in the show notes or on my website of where you can get these sulfite and sulfate testing strips. But the sulfite and sulfates testing strips are key. Because now, if she is attempting to make good refiners she’s depleted in her ability to make beautifying because her beautifying markers are low, and I assume that she has nerfed to problems and that’s why we recommended the sulforaphane.
She has a problem with keeping up with the demand making enough supply for making her gratify on. And that requires a fully functioning transsulfuration pathway. Very complicated. We look at your genetics, but ultimately it takes your methyl groups and it helps to create glue to fly on. And if there are some challenges in that, you’ll overproduce sulfites, and you may even overproduce sulfates. So one of the ways we can tell if that’s going on is to buy sulfide and sulfate strips and see okay is my sulfates above 10. If it is I’m going down this pathway too quickly. If I’m going down this pathway too quickly, I can maybe stop some cells for food. Although I do not recommend that.
I typically recommend that sulforaphane and that route if I on to help that out, so that she doesn’t have to pull all those methyl groups that she would otherwise be using for energy production and driving other reactions to detoxifying and reduce inflammation. And sulfide and sulfate testing will help us understand that sulfate should be between 400 to 800. And if she’s above that, then she’s going down that pathway too quickly. If she’s below that, and her sulfites were high. She’s not converting to sulfates, which is a big problem. And the same reason that would cause her to go down those pathways too quickly, would cause her and genetic susceptibilities, and environmental triggers like aluminum or heavy metals.
Those will slow down the conversion of those sulfites to the sulfates, and there’ll be low and that instance of really easy, great supplement you could recommend is molybdenum. molybdenum will help clear your sulfates into sulfates and even if your sulfites were high and your sulfates are high, molybdenum still could be a good product to be able to lower that sulfate because that’s sulfide It will create a lot of distress in your body. So that’s the first hack.
The second hack that I want you to do. It’s called nitric oxide testing nitric oxide testing. So, nitric oxide is a really important nutrient that creates blood flow. It helps to basal dilate, it helps the cell signal, it helps to coordinate the immune response. And what all of those up regulations are happening for the HPA axis of transsulfuration. She’s going to be low on nitric oxide. And so I’d like her to test her nitric oxide, I’ll put the link to that in my on my webpage. And you can see as you get better, and you start controlling that your nitric oxide levels will boost. And then the third factor, which is what we’re using, with all our clients now, is going to be the continuous glucose monitor. I can’t tell you how many times I have people tell me they’re hypoglycemic. And then I asked them, did you take your blood sugar? And they say, no, then how do you know you’re hypoglycemic? I mean, I get that, chances are you don’t have insulin resistance, you exercise a lot, you’re not overweight, you’re, you’re shredded, or ripped, or maybe you’re not.
And you’re not even thinking insulin resistance. But you have to think insulin resistance, where oxidative stress, inflammation, transsulfuration HPA axis dysregulation, all the things that we’re talking about, will cause insulin spikes. And when insulin levels are high, and you eat food, it’s not getting into the cell. If it’s not getting into the cell, that’s going to make you feel hypoglycemic, even though paradoxically, your hyperglycemia. When you look at your blood sugar, with a continuous glucose monitor, you find that you are elevated. And that there’s a lot of things that happen, that you don’t even realize that stimulate your insulin and blood sugar, one of the main ones, and perhaps we’ll do a podcast about this is when you have really, really high exposures to EMF. So let’s say your wireless router, your phone, sleeping it with it underneath your pillow, your routers in your room, you have a smart meter, or you have a cell tower, or you have a trans transmissive trans transmitter box or our power station near you.
That’s going to drive up your insulin. I hate to tell you this, and you need to do things that will remediate that. But suffice the lesson in this podcast today on the three hacks to be able to help with your adrenal fatigue is continuous glucose monitor and doing it for 14 days. And for me, it was just enlightening. to just understand how life stress sleep food activity, mindset, impacted, EMF computer use, impacted my blood sugar. And I urge you to do that. So once again, the three lessons we talked about are sulfite and sulfate testing, look for the link on my website. You want to be somewhere between zero to 10. From sulfites 400 to 800 persulfates. You want to look at your nitric oxide, see if that’s being produced, it will be red when you do your testing strips. I bet that it’s going to be white and you’re not producing a lot of nitric oxides, whole other podcast, and then the continuous glucose monitor.
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And I’ll give you that same promise in return where not everyone’s a good fit for me. And at the end of the day, my goal for this call is to get to the truth of what’s not working. What have you done, what have you tried? What hats have you put on and hypothesized as to what’s not happening and what needs to be working on what you’ve done and what’s missing and how impacting you. And ultimately, what would you be doing differently if you didn’t have this. And then that way, I can give you a game plan a step by step, action step that I want you to take, whether we work together or not.
But because I feel I can help you or I don’t feel like you’re a good fit for me, doesn’t change the fact that you’ll still get those pieces of the puzzle for the time that we spend together. But that’s only if you’re coming committed, and ready to do something about this now, and know that your life’s been put on hold for so long, that you need to get it back yesterday, and you’ve been looking for a practitioner, that’s a lot of people will tell me that is I’ve been looking for someone like you that can put all those puzzle pieces together that no one else has been able to do. And I get that you’re frustrated, I get that you’re skeptical. I get that you feel you’ve tried everything, and nothing’s worked.
But if what we’re talking about in our podcast, was sulfide sulfate testing nitric oxide, continuous glucose monitor, genetic testing how well you’re utilizing, utilizing your fat, maladaptive adrenals, all of the connections that we made. If you’ve already done all of those connections, which I highly doubt that you have in common, then I say to people like yourself, who said, I’ve tried everything under the belt everything under the moon to get better, nothing works, then I challenge you on that. I challenge you on that. And if you feel that way, even still, I’m going to go as far as saying, I can tell you one of the main things that are working against you is your mindset, and your belief and your certainty, and knowing that you deserve to be healthy.
And you’re going to do whatever it takes, even if you find are found or have thought that you’ve done everything you can to be healthy. And now you’re giving up.
That’s one of the main reasons you’re still not getting better. So anyways, Dr. Joel Rosen for the truth about adrenal fatigue and less stressful life. Until next time, have an awesome day.