The Life-Changing Medical Breakthrough You Can’t Miss
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A new discovery has completely transformed the lives of patients at the Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs and in Santa Barbara, California.
The founder and director of the center, Dr. Steven Gundry, is a world-renowned heart surgeon, a best-selling author, and the personal physician to celebrities such as Tony Robbins. But this latest medical breakthrough of his could be the most important accomplishment of his career.
Dr. Gundry’s best-selling book is “Dr. Gundry’s Diet Evolution: Turn Off the Genes That Are Killing You and Your Waistline.” He is also director of the International Heart and Lung Institute in Palm Springs, California.
In a dramatic press conference recently, Dr. Gundry unveiled a simple — yet highly effective — solution to symptoms that plague millions of Americans over 40: low energy, low metabolism, and constant fatigue. Watch the video for more detail.
He explained that persistent fatigue can be a warning sign for much more serious health problems … including diabetes, obesity, hypertension and heart disease.
“When you’re feeling low energy, that’s your body screaming, ‘Help!'” he told the assembled group of reporters and medical professionals.
Dr. Gundry’s radical solution was inspired by a breakthrough with a “hopeless” patient who had been massively overweight, chronically fatigued, and suffering from severely clogged arteries.
The secret to his breakthrough? “There are key ‘micronutrients’ missing from your diet,” Dr. Gundry told the room. “If you can replenish these micronutrients in very high dosages, the health results are astonishing.”
This unorthodox philosophy is what led Dr. Gundry to create the world’s first at-home treatment for fatigue — which has since become remarkably successful with his patients.
“This is exactly what I’ve been praying for my whole life,” said one patient.
“We’re under attack 24 hours a day by the foods we eat,” said Dr. Gundry. “All disease begins in the gut,” he added. “Every last one of them. You can take anybody and teach them how to eat, if they’re motivated. Every person has the ability to create a new ‘you.'”
He said his patients are now “reporting natural, long-lasting energy without a ‘crash’ and they’re feeling slim, fit and active,” he said.
The science behind his formula is brand new and has been met by fascination and enthusiasm by many people. Immediately after the announcement, Dr. Gundry’s team released a comprehensive video presentation, so that the public can be educated as to exactly how it works.
Within just a few hours, this video had gotten thousands of hits, and is now considered to have gone viral. One viewer commented: “If this works, it’s exactly what I’ve been praying for my whole life. I’ve never seen anything like this solution before … the truth about my diet was shocking and eye-opening.”
Dr. Gundry’s announcement was also met with some hesitation, naturally. Some of the doctors who attended the press conference advised that people keep their expectations realistic.
“It makes a lot of sense, and it sounds great in theory,” said Dr. Michael Griffin, a nutritionist based in San Diego, California. “But we’ll have to wait and see what the results are.”
He added, “Knowing Dr. Gundry, however, there is a great deal of potential.”
Dr. Steven Gundry has worked in medicine for over 40 years. He did his pre-med undergraduate studies at Yale University, graduating cum laude, then earned his M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia. Next, he began his surgical residency at the University of Michigan, and while there, was chosen to participate in a prestigious research program run by the National Institutes of Health. That is where his love of scientific research was born.
Throughout his career, he says he has “combined my love of research with my intimate knowledge of heart surgery … and ended up creating some lasting innovations in the field.” He was one of the first 20 surgeons to test the implantable left ventricular assist device, a type of artificial heart. He also helped pioneer the use of robots for minimally invasive heart surgery. He holds patents on numerous medical devices.