The Energy Paradox with Steven Gundry, M.D.

Airs Saturday, March 6 at noon.

“Why am I so tired all the time?”

It’s the question on the minds of millions of Americans. In fact, we are struggling with an epidemic of low energy—something no amount of coffee, energy drinks or prescription drugs can fix. But now, in this program, Dr. Steven Gundry, the New York Times bestselling author of both The Plant Paradox and The Longevity Paradox, reveals the shocking source of our exhaustion and the simple steps we can take to reclaim our youthful energy in this program.

Based on Dr. Gundry’s two decades of experience with his patients and from the latest scientific research, The Energy Paradox program unveils a step-by-step approach for tackling constant fatigue with nothing more than simple dietary and lifestyle changes. Dr. Gundry also exposes the sources of our low energy levels and challenges the conventional wisdom that’s making this “energy crisis” worse.

Support Arizona PBS and select this program to get the “Energy Paradox” combo package.

Future airdates:

Tuesday, March 9 at 1:30 p.m. ant 10:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 13 at 10:30 a.m.



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