A guide to conquering burnout and increasing your energy from a leading medical doctor and nutrition expert
EXHAUSTION DOESN'T HAVE TO BE YOUR NEW NORMAL
Does it feel like your life is too busy, your days are too short, and you're feeling overworked, overstressed, and overtired? Chances are you've asked your doctor for help, only to be told that it's because of your age, or your workload, or, worse, that it's just "normal."
If so, you're not alone. Women of all ages are suffering from an epidemic of fatigue and burnout. But exhaustion doesn't have to be your new normal. Inspired by her personal wellness journey, integrative medical doctor Amy Shah has created this program so that you can regain your energy and reclaim your life.
The key is tapping into the powerful energy trifecta: the complex relationship between your gut, your immune system, and your hormones. Drawing on the latest science and her work helping thousands of clients, Dr. Shah explains how to transform your life by changing:
What You Eat: Increase your vegetable intake and sip Dr. Shah's hormone-balance tea recipe to tamp down inflammation and heal your gut, without giving up your wine and chocolate!
When You Eat: Changing when you eat and practicing intermittent fasting--the right way--will help you feel energized all day long.
How you manage stress: Simple, stress-busting exercises and herbs like Ashwagandha and Amla berry help calm the Adrenal system and ease anxiety.
In just two weeks, you'll feel your energy surge. In three months, you'll feel like a whole new person. It's time to regain the energy you've lost, so you can get back to the life you want to live.
About the Author
AMY SHAH, MD, is a double board certified medical doctor and nutrition expert with training from Cornell, Columbia, and Harvard Universities. She appears regularly on national television shows, podcasts, and in national magazines. She lives in Paradise Valley, Arizona, with her family. To learn more, visit her on Instagram at @FastingMD or online at www.amymdwellness.com.