My Shocking Health Scare: Why A Blood Test Forced Me To Reset My Vision w/ Dr. Anthony Balduzzi

Are you taking proper care of yourself?

It’s so easy to get wrapped up in the business world. Late nights, quick meals, and stressful work can become a new normal without you even noticing.

While all this hard work can pay off financially, you may be unwittingly digging yourself an early grave.

Dr. Anthony Balduzzi’s dad worked long hours so his family could have a good life. But it took a grievous toll on his health, and he died at 42, leaving the 10-year-old Anthony without a father.

How well are you sleeping? Are you eating fast food a lot to spend more time on work? Are you exercising at all?

Do you feel stressed out much of the time from the pressures of entrepreneurship?

Have you had a checkup with a doctor recently? Considered doing blood-work to see if your hormone levels are within a healthy range?

You invest so much time in your work, charging ahead to keep on top of everything. How much time do you invest in your own health, in your own quality of life?

It’s time to check-in with yourself on your habits, and it may be time for you to talk to a professional about your health.

Don’t put it off until it’s too late. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to be there for them. All the money in the world won’t replace their father, their mother, their spouse.

Key takeaways:

Entrepreneurship is fraught with health hazards
Checking in with a professional will let you know how your body is doing
Don’t put off your health until it’s too late

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  • LIV

    keto kills – go vegan for health

    • ryanmoran

      Hey Liv,

      If your primary concern is animal welfare, the vegan diet is where it’s at. I was mostly vegan for several years for those reasons. I get the ethical concerns with eating animals.

      When it comes to health, I have personally concluded that one can be totally healthy on a vegan diet, but that it is not necessarily better or worse than any other diet that includes a lot of vegetables and reduces junk food.

      I have met Dr. Campbell and Dr. Michael Greger and many vegan thought leaders, and after speaking with them, I found them unable to answer what I would consider basic questions, and I find their conclusions to be unscientific.

      This is one of my favorite videos to explain why:

      Thanks for your concern,
      Ryan

      • LIV

        Hi Ryan,

        What were the basic questions you asked Greger & Campbell they were unable to answer?

        Check out this response to Dr. ZDogg by Garth Davis MD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7b4kBTuHF0

        • ryanmoran

          I asked Colin Campbell about the research that showed carbs’ effect on IGF-1, in contrast to ketones have a suppressive impact on tumor growth. He thought that ketosis was an alcoholic condition, which means that he did not understand the difference between ketosis and ketoacidosis.

          I asked Michael Greger how his thesis changed in the instance of a fat adapted metabolism. Greger did not know was a fat-adapted metabolism was.