You’ve probably heard a lot about cortisol, but do you really understand it? Today’s 2-part episode is an in-depth discussion on cortisol with Dr. Lane Sebring. You’ll learn what cortisol is, why it’s important for health, for weight loss, and for overall wellness. You’ll understand how cortisol can get too high or too low, and what to do about either situation, by changing diet, sleep and your lifestyle. In today’s fast paced world, this episode is going to provide truth bombs galore for so many that are affected by low or high cortisol and don’t even know it.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- Why cortisol is the most important hormone in the body.
- How cortisol works with your adrenal glands.
- How stress affects cortisol production.
- Why addressing the health of your adrenals matters so much to fix your cortisol issues.
- How cortisol affects fat loss.
- Immediate tips for how to improve your cortisol.
You can listen to PART 2 by CLICKING HERE.
Dr. Lane Sebring has practiced medicine in Wimberley, Texas, for more than 18 years.
He is the founding physician of the Sebring Clinic and the developer of Paleo Non – Pharmacy. Both the clinic and pharmacy are located in the middle of 15 wooded acres in Wimberley, Texas, halfway between San Antonio and Austin in the beautiful Texas hill country. His uniquely qualified staff work in harmony at the direction of Dr. Sebring to provide patients with a comprehensive healthcare experience including bioidentical hormone therapy, HCG diet plans, brain health assesments, cardiovascular support programs, IV nutritional therapy and a “natural pharmacy” providing nutritional and herbal remedies he knows works for patients through 16 years of vetting.
Dr. Sebring completed his bachelor’s degree in biology at the University of Texas in Austin and obtained his M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; the oldest medical school west of the Mississippi. He then completed his family medicine residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Tyler, Texas. Wishing to work as an independent physician, Dr. Sebring opened his private practice, the Sebring Clinic, in 1996. You can find out more about him and his clinic by CLICKING HERE.