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Transform Your Health & Slow Down The Aging Process | Dr. Pazio

Transform Your Health & Slow Down The Aging Process | Dr. Pazio

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What changes can we make to live a longer and healthier life? Sadly, so many mainstream medical systems deliver a reactive approach to healthcare, rather than a proactive one. Just imagine what we could all achieve if we stayed one step ahead of chronic disease and aging. But change is on the horizon. The secret to optimum health might just lie in medical engineering. 


Dr. Pazio is a healthcare pioneer.

Alexander Paziotopoulos, (aka Dr. Pazio) is the CEO and Lead Physician at The Pazio Institute. He’s also somewhat of a medical engineer. 

This guy is a highly sought-after specialist in anti-aging, regenerative, and functional medicine. His philosophy is one I’m sure we can all get on board with, which is to get all of us optimizing our health through personalized health care. That means taking care of the whole, even down to the smallest cell, to increase both the quality of life and longevity. 

Admittedly, Dr. Alex is like the Sherlock Holmes of health. He dedicates hours of his time to each patient that walks through his door. Both he and his team investigate and analyze precisely what health issues need addressing before creating individualized plans that utilize some of the planet’s latest advances in medical science and technology. 

But, it’s not just about the physical healing here. Dr. Pazio checks the mental and emotional side too. 

I could literally talk to him all day. In this episode, we cover a lot of

ground regarding all aspects of our health. We speak about the two anti-aging supplements we should all be taking, and why our guts love the smell of Autumn. We also explore stress and the cascade of health problems it can create. But don’t worry, he also provides us with some stress-busting solutions.

You’re not going to want to miss this one. 

In This Conversation:
  • Why physicians should become engineers
  • How Dr. Pazio’s consultation process works
  • What is Pelvic Stabilization, and why is it so important?
  • How stress is slowly killing us
  • Psychically listening to your heart
  • What’s your brain saying?
  • Avoid dismissing pharmaceuticals entirely
  • Why both men and women need a healthy dose of testosterone
  • The things you can do to help your internal ecosystem
  • Why you need to tune in to your gut
  • How supplements could change your life
  • This episode’s Fatal Conveniences™ topic: Sunglasses

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  • Carissa
    Posted at 14:18h, 19 August

    Absolutely amazing discussion. This is a breath of fresh air. Thank Darin and Dr. Pazio. We need to circulate this life changing information. Not simply living longer but living in an optimal state of wellness.

  • Saskia Kane
    Posted at 17:59h, 19 August

    Loved the podcast and learned so much! I would like to know exactly what “LG oils” are? He referenced this to take instead of EFA’s. I googled it and nothing is coming up.
    Thanks in advance for any assistance!

  • Jane Dulaney
    Posted at 00:18h, 21 August

    Thanks for the confirmation about SUNGLASSES.
    Thanks for pushing the movement!

  • alyssa toft
    Posted at 14:22h, 26 August

    what are the first 3 steps to help us stop aging?

  • Curtis Caldwell
    Posted at 12:11h, 16 October

    Interview was enlightening. A lot of good info to feed off of. However, your fatal convenience portion on sunglasses seems a off. Correlation does not mean causation. So when you say a higher percentage of people who wear sunglasses get skin cancer, this doesn’t mean that sunglasses are the cause of skin cancer. It probably means that people who wear sunglasses spend more time in the sun and therefore are more prone to that particular cancer because of over exposure of sun without proper lotions. This clear oversight gives me pause when listening to your show, because I’m unsure how you are reading and interpreting these studies before recommending the audience to change their lifestyles. I hope you take a bit more time to analyze and question these studies in the future that you’re quoting before presenting them to your audience.

  • Marisa Nunes
    Posted at 15:54h, 17 October

    Hi Darin, thank you for your podcasts. They are amazing and I love them. I have a question about the fatal convenience of sunglasses. You didn’t mention what eye doctors think about sunglasses or reference any studies from the point of view of ophthalmology. I’ve always struggled with light since I was born. In all my childhood photos I have my eyes closed, because I can’t take light. I understand what you’re staying from a dermatological point of view, but I don’t think we can tell everyone to just give up on sun glasses. They do serve a purpose.