From The Office Of Dr. Steven Gundry
Is There A Solution For Constant Fatigue?
Dr. Steven Gundry, author of the best-selling book "Dr. Gundry's Diet Evolution." He is Director of the International Heart & Lung Institute in Palm Springs, CA, and the founder of the Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs & in Santa Barbara, CA.
PALM SPRINGS, CA — The Center for Restorative Medicine (CRM) has officially released the details of a groundbreaking new health discovery to the public:
A simple, yet highly effective, solution to symptoms that plague millions of Americans over 40 — low energy and constant fatigue.
The Center has just posted a free video presentation on its website with instructions for anyone suffering from these problems (for the first time, allowing people to benefit from this solution at home).
According to CRM Founder and Director, Dr. Steven Gundry — a world-renowned heart surgeon, best-selling author, and personal physician to celebrities such as Tony Robbins — this medical breakthrough could be the most important accomplishment of his career.
Dr. Gundry became determined to find a solution for persistent fatigue after discovering that it can be a warning sign of much more serious health problems... including diabetes, obesity, hypertension and heart disease.
Eventually, his research led him to an experimental "do-it-yourself" method (now considered the world's first at-home treatment for fatigue) which proved more effective than any solution he'd seen before.
The method become remarkably successful with Dr. Gundry's patients — who quickly began to report renewed energy and increased activity.
But after witnessing its effect on a patient who had been struggling with serious weight problems and severely clogged arteries — on top of debilitating fatigue — Dr. Gundry knew he had to share his breakthrough with the public, as most Americans don't have access to his in-person care.
"When you're feeling low energy, that's your body screaming HELP! " Dr. Gundry states in his newly-released educational video.
The Center for Restorative Medicine is pleased to now make this video available to the the public free of charge.