1681: Dr. Lisa Koche Says To Mind Your Mitochondria With Keto, Connections, And Critical Thinking

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On Episode 1681 we talk with Dr. Lisa Koche about mitochondria and keto and more.

“We can work aggressively on ourselves which will mitigate the effects of this virus or whatever virus comes next.”

- Dr. Lisa Koche

Dr. Koche is triple boarded in Internal Medicine, Bariatrics, and Anti-Aging and Regenerative medicine.

Ever since her own exposure to the medical field due to childhood leukemia and heart failure from chemo, she has been focused on finding the CAUSE of issues instead of treating the symptoms. She attended Emory Medical School and completed her internal medicine residency at USF in Tampa. She started her practice focusing on preventing cardiovascular diseases and obesity. That experience led to further training in alternative medicine, hormones, and nutrition. She is the medical director and founder of Spectra Wellness Solutions, a comprehensive clinic focusing on all aspects needed for total body healing including the ketogenic diet, hormone replacement therapies, and enhancing mitochondrial function. She has a team of gifted healers that work together to create individualized treatment plans. She has several signature programs for optimal performance including the Ignite program featured in her first book, GET LIT.

Listen in today as Jimmy welcomes Dr. Koche to the show to talk about her personal journey to health, her observations treating patients in the medical system, mediating between mainstream medicine and alternative treatments, applying critical thinking to health, discovering keto and how she uses it, taking care of your mitochondria and what keto means on the microscopic level, dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and what it’s doing to our mental as well as physical health, and so much more.

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