MD and Chef Team - The Show!

Your Future?

June 23, 2020 Dr. Isabel MD & Culinary Nutrition Expert Chef Michael Season 1 Episode 11
MD and Chef Team - The Show!
Your Future?
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MD and Chef Team - The Show!
Your Future?
Jun 23, 2020 Season 1 Episode 11
Dr. Isabel MD & Culinary Nutrition Expert Chef Michael

We all come into this world as beautiful, innocent babies that just want the basics; love, sleep, food, and a really good nappy change, right? We don't come in with prejudice, anxiety, or depression. And for some of us, we're born into abuse, sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, or neglect, emotional neglect, where we're not getting loved, or physical neglect.

Some of us, we're born into dysfunctional families. There's mental illness, somebody who's in prison, a mother who was violently treated. There's divorce or there's substance abuse, like alcohol or drugs.

And over time, this starts working on us, it's kind of like pain. Like a sore that's just constantly being rubbed and rubbed and rubbed, and it starts hurting and it just oozes and it never scabs over. And we start getting angry and fearful and we're saying, "I have to do whatever I have to do to numb myself." So we go and look for ways to numb ourselves.

We spend a lot of money on credit cards, or we overeat, or we under eat, or we start drinking, doing drugs. We start being in wrong relationships or we start gambling or go into pornography.

After a while we say, "Okay, I have to go see the doctor." You go see the doctor. You get placed on medication. You go to counseling and you're doing everything that you're supposed to be doing, plus you're also experiencing side effects, side effects from the medication, like sleeping too little or sleeping too much. And you'll wake up feeling foggy.  

And for some of us, that's okay for a certain period of time. Deep down inside, you know that something is not being taken care of. You know that something is very, very wrong. Research has shown that these adverse childhood experiences, called ACE, can actually increase our risk of anxiety, depression, alcoholism, obesity, and it can increase our risk of suicide by up to 1,200%.

Yes, you heard right. 1,200%. I encourage you to Google adverse childhood experiences so that you can get your ACE score and know why you may be experiencing anxiety or depression.

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Show Notes

We all come into this world as beautiful, innocent babies that just want the basics; love, sleep, food, and a really good nappy change, right? We don't come in with prejudice, anxiety, or depression. And for some of us, we're born into abuse, sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, or neglect, emotional neglect, where we're not getting loved, or physical neglect.

Some of us, we're born into dysfunctional families. There's mental illness, somebody who's in prison, a mother who was violently treated. There's divorce or there's substance abuse, like alcohol or drugs.

And over time, this starts working on us, it's kind of like pain. Like a sore that's just constantly being rubbed and rubbed and rubbed, and it starts hurting and it just oozes and it never scabs over. And we start getting angry and fearful and we're saying, "I have to do whatever I have to do to numb myself." So we go and look for ways to numb ourselves.

We spend a lot of money on credit cards, or we overeat, or we under eat, or we start drinking, doing drugs. We start being in wrong relationships or we start gambling or go into pornography.

After a while we say, "Okay, I have to go see the doctor." You go see the doctor. You get placed on medication. You go to counseling and you're doing everything that you're supposed to be doing, plus you're also experiencing side effects, side effects from the medication, like sleeping too little or sleeping too much. And you'll wake up feeling foggy.  

And for some of us, that's okay for a certain period of time. Deep down inside, you know that something is not being taken care of. You know that something is very, very wrong. Research has shown that these adverse childhood experiences, called ACE, can actually increase our risk of anxiety, depression, alcoholism, obesity, and it can increase our risk of suicide by up to 1,200%.

Yes, you heard right. 1,200%. I encourage you to Google adverse childhood experiences so that you can get your ACE score and know why you may be experiencing anxiety or depression.

PLAY, WATCH, and LISTEN FOR THE REST OF THE STORY!

How to Support the Mission of the Show?

1. Be a Hero and tell a friend and loved one about the MD and Chef Team podcast. They will surely thank you. 

2. Join the CEO of Your Health FB Live Weekly Coaching Group. This is where we do weekly coaching sessions and have a community that inspires each other to be better in health and life.
https://doctoronamission.mykajabi.com/ceo-of-your-health-fb-group

3. Follow our adventures on the Doctoronamission VLOG. Do you love stories and video adventure to laugh, cry and be empowered? So do we. That's why we have a vlog (That's a blog done in video style.) Just the way we do it here at Doctoronamission!
https://doctoronamission.com/blog/ 

4. For daily insights, imspiration, and behing the scenes action, follow us on Instagram and Facebook; just look for Doctoronamission (Dr. Isabel MD)
https://www.facebook.com/doctoronamission/
https://www.instagram.com/doctoronamission

5. Apple users, please subscribe and review our show on Apple podcasts, we read them all. 

Android users, subscribe to our show on Google podcasts. Subscribers never miss any of the action!

LinkedIn: https://nz.linkedin.com/in/doctoronamission
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.nz/mdandchefteam/
Twitter: Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mdandchefteam)