Episode 154
From Burnout to Balance – Adrenal Rescue – Episode 154: Dr. Izabella Wentz

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Dr. Izabella Wentz

Join The First Lady of Nutrition as she welcomes Dr. Izabella Wentz, a clinical pharmacist recognized for her innovative and solution-focused approach. Diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis at twenty-seven, Dr. Wentz is renowned for her commitment to translating cutting-edge research into actionable solutions for patients. In this episode, Ann Louise and Dr. Wentz explore the theme of adrenal burnout, drawing insights from Dr. Wentz’s latest work, the “Adrenal Transformation Protocol.” The discussion delves into adrenal dysfunction, a situation in which the body struggles to produce essential hormones in response to mismanaged stress. While this dysfunction can manifest in various ailments, the episode brings a hopeful message—addressing and reversing these issues doesn’t need to be complex. By supporting the adrenals through modest dietary and lifestyle adjustments and appropriate supplements, significant improvements can emerge within a matter of weeks or even days. Dr. Wentz emphasizes the importance of identifying adrenal triggers, balancing stress responses, and gradually building resilience to prevent future stress from overwhelming the adrenals. The goal, as outlined by Dr. Wentz, is to establish and maintain homeostasis even in turbulent and challenging times. For additional information, visit: https://thyroidpharmacist.com/.

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