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A free, weekly podcast where Robb answers your questions about Paleo nutrition, intermittent fasting, training, fitness, and more.
February 23rd, 2016
Episode 325 of 361 episodes
This week's podcast with certified clinical nutritionist Beverly Meyer covered a lot of ground, including the interplay of Vitamins A, D, and K in a host of health issues. We also talked about the forgotten neurotransmitter, GABA, and it's role in depression, gut health, and autoimmunity. Guest: Beverly Myer Beverly Meyer, CCN Certified Clinical Nutritionist www.ondietandhealth.com Podcast: Primal Diet - Modern Health Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beverlymeyerondietandhealth/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ondietandhealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ondietandhealth DVD: The Diet For Human Beings. https://www.ondietandhealth.com/diet-for-human-beings-dvd/ Beverly Meyer is a Natural Health patient, practitioner and podcaster. She is the host of "Primal Diet - Modern Health" podcast on Alternative Health and the Paleo Diet, available on iTunes or her website. The show reflects her 30 year’s experience as a naturopathic practitioner and Primal/Paleo Food lover. Her DVD, "The Diet For Human Beings", teaches the how’s and why’s of the Paleo Diet, and is ideal for sharing with friends and family. Her motto is FOOD FIRST, and new clients catch an ear-full on why changing their food is the fastest way to start to restore health and body composition. After a successful but exhausting career in business, Beverly began practicing as a Certified Clinical Nutritionist in 1985. Her personal goal was to restore her immune system, adrenals and celiac-damaged gut. Her blog, newsletter, Twitter and Facebook pages offer up-to-date info on running your own lab work, creating a personalized Gluten Free Paleo diet, and restoring hormones and the immune system. She holds an MBA in Finance, and has been written about in Glamour, Venture, Entrepreneur and Inc. She was honored for her Small Business by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce in the 1980's.