Adrenal, functional medicine, VIP Program

Top 10 Tips for Adrenal Health, VIP Video Series

http://www.DrKrupka.com  In this video (number 3 in the adrenal series), Dr. Krupka reveals his top 10 tips for adrenal health.  Incorporate these 10 functional medicine adrenal health tips into your daily routine and enjoy the benefits of healthy adrenal function.  Dr. Krupka is a functional medicine and holistic nutrition specialist practicing in Northwest Houston.

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3 thoughts on “Top 10 Tips for Adrenal Health, VIP Video Series

  1. Thank you Dr.Krupka. Your information has been so helpful.
    I feel like I am putting puzzle pieces together.
    God bless you,
    Chris

  2. Dr. Krupa it is great that you are helping so many understand the fundamentals of adrenal fatigue and what they can do to HELP THEMSELVES. There is no purple pill, I know! I suffered for over four years before getting a correct diagnosis, and many times I was told it was all in my mind. I have just released a book titled “All In My Mind?” Overcoming Adrenal Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. It got to #12 on the Amazon.com bestsellers. It is from the disbelieved patient who was truly rejected by the traditional medical viewpoint. I support all who suffer and all who tell the alternative ways to cope and overcome adrenal fatigue. I know it is not in the sufferers’ minds. To read more about a patient’s journey go to http://www.JenBusch.com.

  3. Dr. Krupka, now c’mon 😉

    Removing refined sugars? Okay. I can remove white sugar and do not consume that or allow my 7, 4 or 2 year old to consume them but…I do make desserts and use palm sugar from coconut and use maple syrup and also raw honey. Dear me, removing sugar is probably the most demanding request on the top 10. I beleive that it is an addiction and wonder how you intend to help clients (uh…me) cope with that?? Even if conquered at home..once outside our front door, it is everywhere! I know that it is not possible to avoid it entirely but by how much should one reduce? I know that cannot be an easy answer. I know that for those who drink canned soft drinks, they get up to 8 teaspoons of sugar in one can and nowadays, folks can buy such large bottles of pop that they get more than that at one time or throughout the day…that is too much but what about my apple pie after dinner with my homemade whip cream? That would be for two nights in a row before it is gone in my family. I find removal of sugar, again, to be the most difficult one on the list.

    Thank you for saying it though…I know it is excellent advice. It is just very, very tough for a sweet tooth mama to put into practice.

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