It Only Takes Two Hours A Day To Attain Great Health, Dr. Barnet Meltzer Says

Filed under: Health — @ November 11, 2009

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Dr. Barnet Meltzer transformed his traditional medical focus to wellness

Modern medicine is quite literally changing right before our eyes as more and more frustrated physicians are moving away from their conventional training and education towards a more natural nutrition and exercise approach to health. The failure of what has always been heavily promoted by the medical industry, including the abundant use of risky pharmaceutical drugs over natural cures, has doctors turning in more of an integrative medicine direction with their patients. Today’s podcast interview guest is one such example of an “old guard” physician who is setting a new trend that I believe is the future of medicine.

In Episode 304 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from a pioneer and well-known expert in the field of Preventive Medicine, Integrative Medicine, and Clinical Nutrition named Dr. Barnet Meltzer who has authored a book entitled The Best Kept Secret to Permanent Weight Loss. His Del Mar, CA-based Meltzer Wellness Institute is yet another one of these revolutionary clinical practices popping up around the nation designed to help people achieve long-term vitality, wellness, and happiness. Although he’s been practicing medicine for four decades, Dr. Meltzer now realizes that there is a better way to help people attain the highest level of wellness possible.

During this interview, you’ll hear Dr. Meltzer share about why medical school is more about teaching disease instead of health, why nutrition and fitness is virtually ignored by the medical establishment, what the future of medical training will be, why natural cures are better than drugs, how the healthcare debate is actually about chronic disease care, how upwards of 60-70% do some form of alternative medicine behind their doctor’s back, why his philosophy is to “make time for wellness,” how it only takes about two hours daily to attain the best health, the purpose of reflection in overall health, how you can get the “metabolic fire,” the difference between appetite and hunger, the detrimental impact of a condition he refers to as “appetitus,” the social connection to food, why people who have tried and failed on diets over and over again have a harder time attaining permanent weight loss success, and so much more!

Click here to feed off the energy that Dr. Meltzer expresses during this enthusiastic interview.

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