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Book Launch Special Edition

Book Launch Special Edition

April 6, 2024

If you couldn’t make it to the live book launch event with Dr. Patrick Flynn, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here’s a quick recap of what you missed.

Book Launch Event Recap

During the live event, Dr. Patrick Flynn shared valuable insights from his latest book, I Still Disagree. If you missed the event, you can still get the book!

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You can start listening to the audiobook while your hard copy is on its way! New chapters are released each week! Check this page as chapters continue to be released!

Dr. Patrick’s Mini Masterclass on How to Be UN-Healthy:

Is there anyone who doesn’t want to be healthy? Even if we don’t prioritize it for ourselves, we naturally wish it upon our loved ones – our partners, children, parents, or other loved ones. But it can sometimes be difficult to know how to go about being healthy. What’s the secret to being healthy?

This week, as a part of his book launch event, Dr. Patrick Flynn, D.C., turns the question on its head and invites you to look at health another way – from A Different Perspective. He suggests that everyone knows how to be healthy, because we all inherently know how to be unhealthy. Some of the steps to achieve the unhealthiest version of you include:

  • Not sleeping enough: If someone is trying to be unhealthy, the first thing they should do is stay awake or go to sleep at a time that doesn’t work with their unique circadian rhythm. As such, if you’re trying to be healthy, you need to get enough sleep.
  • Eating high-glycemic carbohydrates: There’s a reason why certain foods have to be heated up in order to receive the most nutrient benefit: After all, heating and cooling foods adjusts some of the chemical make-up. Doc walks us through how temperature can be used to our benefit (and detriment).
  • Eating processed foods and neglecting food allergies: If you’ve been around TWW for a while, you know that eating sugar, processed foods, and ignoring your food allergies could affect inflammation and pain. If a person wants to be sick, they should fill their daily meals with these foods: However, if health is the goal, everyone could benefit from keeping their meal prep empty of these ingredients.
  • Moving less: This is an easy one — we all know that moving is important for health. What happens to the body when someone lives a sedentary lifestyle?
  • And more!

Doc also talks about how this theory applies in other areas of life: How do you win at work? With your spouse? Your kids? It’s simple: just ask yourself what the easiest way would be to lose in these situations, and then do the opposite.

FREE Course! The Carpenter Approach to Health Restoration

In addition to the book, we also offer a comprehensive course that dives deeper into the topics covered by Dr. Flynn.

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This FREE 6-part course is over 2 hours long and includes the following modules:

  • Sugar
  • Weight Loss
  • Nutrition
  • Hormones
  • Thyroid
  • Immune System

Don’t miss the opportunity to take in this new course meant to complement the book!

Additional Resources

As of April 1, 2024, we now have TWW+, our monthly subscription site. For 3 months free, use coupon code DISAGREE. Join here: https://www.thewellnessway.com/join/

For further information on how to be healthy, check out these resources:

Articles and studies cited in this video:

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