Alcohol-Free Hormonal Harmony : Regulating Blood Sugar with Special Guest Dr Brooke Scheller
Dr. Brooke Scheller, DCN, CNS, is a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition, author, and the founder of Functional Sobriety. In this episode, she joins us to discuss the importance of regulating blood sugar in early sobriety, the impact of alcohol on hormone production and the connection between perimenopause symptoms and alcohol consumption.
Dr. Brooke's approach combines her expertise in nutrition and functional medicine to help individuals transform their relationship with alcohol and improve their overall well-being. Through her online community, the Functional Sobriety Network, and her programs, she has empowered people around the globe to make positive changes in their lives.
To learn more about Dr. Brooke Scheller and her work, visit her website at www.functionalsobriety.com. You can also follow her on Instagram @drbrookescheller for valuable insights and updates. Additionally, Dr. Brooke's book, "How to Eat to Change How You Drink," is available for pre-order.
Don't miss this episode as Dr. Brooke Scheller shares her expertise in nutrition, functional medicine, and sobriety, providing valuable insights and practical advice for anyone looking to improve their health and transform their relationship with alcohol.
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