Optimize Your Health & Mindset with Dr. David Minkoff
Today We Learn How To Optimize Our Healthy, Mindset, and Much More with Dr. Minkoff:
David Minkoff is a leading physician with 40+ years of experience, best-selling author, athlete, and devoted family man on a mission to help people optimize their health and vitality so they can live a prosperous life.
Quote: "The Key To SOLVING Weight Loss, Depression, Fatigue, Insomnia, and Osteoporosis." ~ Dr. David Minkoff
Dr. Minkoff founded LifeWorks Wellness Center in 1997, now one of the largest alternative medical clinics in the U.S., and BodyHealth in 2000, a nutrition company offering a unique range of dietary supplements for the public and practitioners. Dr. Minkoff has a diverse background as a board-certified pediatrician, a Fellow in infectious diseases, an ER physician, and as the co-director of a neonatal intensive care unit.
He is an expert in Hormone Replacement, Functional Medicine, Chelation, Allergy Elimination, European Biological Medicine, Neural Therapy, Prolotherapy, Ozone Therapy, Longevity/Anti-Aging Medicine, Enderlein Therapy, Insulin Potentiated Therapy, and more.
Dr. Minkoff is passionate about fitness and at 71, he completed his 43rd full Ironman Triathlon and has qualified for the Kona World Championships 8 times. When he's not training, he devotes time for his wife of 50 years, their 3 children, and 8 grandchildren while also writing and researching. He recently wrote the bestselling book The Search for the Perfect Protein, and he is writing his second book and writes two online newsletters each week, The Optimum Health Report and the BodyHealth Fitness Newsletter.
Book: The Search for the Perfect Protein - on Amazon - https://amzn.to/3kbmtsB
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Timestamped Show Notes:
00:30 - Introduction
52:30 - Final Words Shown Below…
Our Final Words of the Show:
I think that what you're telling people is the right message. You are responsible for your own condition, that 98%, but 100%. So you see people from all levels of society, from all areas of the world, and some people decide that I can make my life because I decided to do it. Some people decide that I'm a victim, and everyone else is responsible for my condition. If you want to be happy, the second one doesn't work. You know, hard work and keeping your moral code in play, surrounding yourself with good people, and having a purpose for your life, whatever it is. But it ought to involve helping someone else or somebody else.
If you can live toward that end, you can enjoy the time that you have here and feel like for whatever purpose you were put here, that you did it. I think that the image I always have for myself, is I've been informed that at 120 years old, I have one hour to go and I am able to look back and reflect on my life. Did I do what I did and did I accomplish what I set out to do? Also, were other people glad that I was here and I did it. If you can answer those questions, there is a piece for yourself, no matter what's coming, you're going to be okay. If you're at that and you can assess that right now, then you create your own tomorrow so that you can decide. You can decide if I could be a little bit better here, I could have done that, or I've always wanted to do that.
Tomorrow, you can decide to do that. Write it down in your goal book and look at it every morning and figure out if I want to end up here and if I'm here now. What are the steps to get there, maybe I need more education, maybe I need more influence in this area, maybe I need to meet new people. Whatever it is, you have the power to do it. You just have to decide and if you've been in a marathon or an Ironman or you've been running work in an 80-hour week, you've got what it takes to move your butt from where it is to where you want to go. So you might as well do it. Because you know, you're here and that's what life's about. You just make it into what you want.
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