Diabetes, cancer, heart disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)…what do these seemingly distinct diseases have in common?
Dr. Ronesh Sinha, internist and director of corporate wellness for the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, returns to the show to talk about a common link: insulin resistance. More importantly, the toxic effects of our dysfunctional emotional metabolism on our physical metabolism. Sleep, stress (both conscious and unconscious), our over-parenting, over-achieving bias (particularly in Asian and South Asian communities), diet, exercise, and the myriad of effects on our health are discussed in this wide-ranging conversation with a true thought leader in the space.
Whether you are a patient or a healthcare professional, this is a conversation that can give us real insights and real actionable tools to improving health and our overall perspective on happiness and life.
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