One of the welcome perks of working in digital health is meeting like-minded folks who are dedicating their time and talents to getting the word out about managing your health in new, innovative ways. Josh Trent of Wellness Force Radio is one of those like-minded folks that is not only carrying the banner for living well, but living optimally. He’s the founder of WellnessForce.com, and his passion for empowering greater wellness in individuals through technology is inspiring.
Trent recently sat down with WellnessFX’s Medical Director, Dr. Murdoc Khaleghi, to discuss what it means to live health optimally. In the podcast episode “Bulletproof From a Blood Test,” Trent interviews Dr. Khaleghi about:
- The importance of blood tests
- The myriad of health factors you gain insight to when using a personalized blood test
- How a personalized analysis can bulletproof not only your physical health but your emotional health as well
- How WellnessFX addresses metabolism for a variety of individuals
- Favorite post workout recovery meals and unsaturated fats
- A lot more!
You can listen to the entire interview here:
“Bulletproof From a Blood Test,” available for download at WellnessForce.com, which includes show notes and links to resources that address the topics discussed.
How WellnessFX Can Help
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