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Episode 12: How Cortisol affects Abdominal Weight

Episode 12: How Cortisol affects Abdominal Weight

(0:40): Cortisol can affect our mind, hunger, weight. (1:20): Abdominal weight, diabetes, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, metabolic dysfunction can be caused by elevated cortisol. (2:20): Cortisol is a glucocorticoid hormone which can redistribute white adipose tissue to the abdominal area. (2:40): WHY Cortisol levels elevate… (3:15): There is a release of epinephrine which isListen Now»

Episode 11: How Medicare is Killing Your Health

Episode 11: How Medicare is Killing Your Health

Dr. Jake Berman, PT, DPT explains why Medicare is killing your healthcare – why he has an Out of Network clinic from all insurances… Dr. Berman drives to give you the Maserati experience – give you what you need, no more, no less and to get you better faster. (1:39): If you have Medicare andListen Now»

Episode 10: Do You Plan on Dying in the Next 1 Year?

Episode 10: Do You Plan on Dying in the Next 1 Year?

You can improve strength, inflammation, and mobility until the day that you die! (Hopefully not in the next one year)! You do not need to live with pain, weight, headaches, or other various forms of inflammation! (2:40): Healthy weight loss is 1-2 pounds of fat lost per week! (3:26): There is a difference between MaintainableListen Now»

Episode 9: The Three Biggest Objections when Joining Our Practice

Episode 9: The Three Biggest Objections when Joining Our Practice

Jenni, Physician Assistant, and Dr. Jake Berman, DPT discuss the 3 most common Objections that we hear when clients are resistant to our programs The Berman Method treats Problems, Not Symptoms! This podcast is for entertainment purposes only. Consult with your primary physician prior to any changes in your exercise or dietary regimen. (3:40): TheListen Now»

Episode 8: You are too Subjective to be Objective – Part 2

Episode 8: You are too Subjective to be Objective – Part 2

Picking up from last week to continue speaking about Regular, Quarterly Functional Medicine Check Ups because we are too subjective to be objective for our own corrections! (0:30): If you have never seen someone specializing in functional medicine and nutrition – just go to start! Nutrition can cause SO MANY diseases, autoimmune conditions, weight gain,Listen Now»

Episode 7: You are too Subjective to be Objective – Part 1

Episode 7:  You are too Subjective to be Objective – Part 1

You are too Subjective to be Objective. You cannot treat yourself. You cannot heal yourself. You need objective testing, eyes, and results to get where you want to be. Quarterly Nutrition, Exercise, and Physical checks should be done! (1:20): Too subjective to be objective – “feeling, thinking” is subjective, this is not black and white.Listen Now»

Episode 5: Dehydration… It is Detrimental!

Episode 5: Dehydration… It is Detrimental!

Dehydration can cause severe impacts on the metabolism, headaches, bowel movements, energy, sleep, and much more! (3:50): Causes of Dehydration (7:45): When Jenni was sick, she was drinking nearly 2 gallons of water and was still constantly dehydrated. This is a sign of a GI issue or other metabolic concern. (8:26): Effects of dehydration. (10:45):Listen Now»

Episode 4: 5 Ways to Prevent Weight Gain

Episode 4: 5 Ways to Prevent Weight Gain

Weight loss specialist, Jenni Berman, PA-C discusses her 5 Tips to Prevent Weight Gain (or maybe even lose Abdominal Weight) (0:44): Targeted for postpartum, post menopause, or the struggle with abdominal weight. (1:00): The 3 primary reasons for abdominal weight, then we will discuss 5 tips to prevent weight gain or to help you toListen Now»

Episode 3: How We Changed Our Way of Practice

Episode 3: How We Changed Our Way of Practice

First Chapter of the book “Treating Problems, Not Symptoms” by Dr. Jake Berman, PT, DPT The story behind changing our thought process from Western Medicine to Eastern Medicine, to identify and treat problems instead of treating symptoms, came from Jenni getting very, very sick. (1:23): The same thing can be said for physical ailments likeListen Now»

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