Understanding Clinical Metabolomics + Debunking Misconceptions

In this episode of the Smarter Not Harder Podcast, host Boomer Anderson is joined by guest Dr. Theodore Achacoso to give one-cent solutions to life’s $64,000 questions that include:

  • What is the importance of understanding clinical metabolomics and measuring nutrient levels in the optimization of health, and how does this counter fear-based narratives surrounding multivitamin use and cancer risk?
  • How does viewing health and illness at the right level, and understanding the role of vitamins, minerals, and cofactors in cancer treatment challenge conventional wisdom and contribute to a new perspective on health and wellness?
  • How can a shift in mindset from the notion that supplements don't work to recognizing their essential role for overall health, as well as the concept of the body as a self-regulating ecosystem, encourage a fresh, informed approach to health?

 What Did We Discuss?

(0:04:03) - The need to understand clinical metabolomics levels for better health decisions

(0:18:21) - The survival instinct of cells and their link to cancer, and the use of vitamins and minerals in cancer treatment

(0:22:44) - The surprising truth of studies, emphasizing the role of education and the necessity to understand how studies work 

(0:29:23) - Health optimization medicine and how body wisdom can be used for optimal health, and the importance of listening to our bodies and understanding individual needs through clinical metabolomics


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