Hidden Factors of Good Health
with Dr. 
Tim Jackson

What goes into your nervous system is just as important as what goes in your mouth.

Shivan Sarna

Dr. Rob Downey speaks with Dr. Tim Jackson, creator of “The Heal Your Hormones” bootcamp. Together they talk about improving your health for free, or practically free. They also dive into all things mitochondria, lymphatics, and reducing general wear-and-tear on the body. Go to healyourbody.org and get 10% percent off an initial 1-hour consultation- use code DrRob10.

Timestamps:
[03:31] What labs are truly needed? How to chart your own course
[08:14] The new domain of reading labs approaching 
[09:50] Simple things people can do to be healthier 
[14:50] The dangers of blue light 
[22:17] Talking lymphatics

 

Hannah Crum
 

About the Guest

Dr. Tim Jackson is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Orthopedic Rehabilitation, and a Functional Medicine provider. He holds a B.S. Degree in Health Science and Chemistry from Wake Forest University. He serves clients in over 15 countries through his telehealth practice at www.healyourbody.org and has helped thousands over the last 8 years.

Dr. Jackson is the creator of the “The Heal Your Hormones” bootcamp for neurosurgeon Dr. Jack Kruse’s membership community and has contributed to the book “Diagnostic Testing and Functional Medicine” by Ameer Rosic. He has been featured in The Huffington Post, the “Bulletproof Executive” and “Ben Greenfield Fitness” podcasts, on multiple health and medical summits, and in two health documentaries.

He serves on the medical advisory board for Greensmoothiegirl.com, a site with several million annual visitors and for Your 2nd Half, a foundation that helps athletes with their career transitions. Dr. Jackson is available to comment on various functional medicine and wellness-related topics such as digestive health, energy and fatigue, autoimmune disorders, and mold toxicity.

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