EP051: If You REALLY Want to Be Healthy, Get Tested

Everybody is different – only self-experimentation can tell you what is right for you.

EP051: If You REALLY Want to Be Healthy, Get Tested

Dr. Murdoc Khaleghi, MD is the author of five health and wellness books and the Chief Medical Officer at EverlyWell, a convenient at-home health testing company. Dr. Khaleghi’s lifelong interest in bioengineering and a desire to provide people with preventative alternatives to traditional medical processes led him to at-home testing options. He joins Drew on this episode to describe some of the tests his organization offers and to review Drew’s personal test results.


Key Takeaways:

[2:19] EverlyWell is an at-home health test service, providing comprehensive, easy to understand results.

[9:46] Find out how Dr. Murdoc Khaleghi became interested in preventative medicine.

[15:01] Dr. Khaleghi thought that running and his low-fat diet were healthy until he started testing his biomarkers.

[22:53] Many people find the current process of health testing tedious and time-consuming.

[25:20] Dr. Khaleghi reviews and explains Drew’s EverlyWell test results.

[37:45] Inflammation is a chemical response from the body in response to trauma.

[48:16] If a person’s first results show abnormal biomarkers, they should test more often. 

[51:28] Even after 4 years of medical school and 3 years of training, Dr. Khaleghi received only a small amount of useful nutrition and physical fitness education.

[53:15] Dr. Khaleghi has modified his previous fitness regime since he began biomarker testing himself.

[58:43] How to best contact Dr. Murdoc Khaleghi.



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