Eat for Energy: How to Beat Fatigue, Supercharge Your Mitochondria, and Unlock All-Day Energy

The most common complaints Dr. Friedman hears from patients are a lack of energy and brain fog. Many people turn to these quick fixes like caffeine, sugar, stimulants, and energy drinks. But unfortunately, these things can wreak havoc on our hormones and lead to an array of unhealthy conditions.  Joining us today is returning guest and friend Ari Whitten with his new book "Eat for Energy." He shares the secrets to restoring energy, cognitive function, and alertness!

Ari Whitten is a number one bestselling author of several cutting-edge books and holds two advanced certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. He's the host of the popular energy blueprint podcast, which brings together the world's leading experts on the subject of fatigue and energy enhancement.

Listen as Ari & Dr. Friedman discuss a range of topics in this XL episode, including mitochondria, coffee and getting good sleep, and choosing the best diet plan.

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Eat for Energy: How to Beat Fatigue, Supercharge Your Mitochondria, and Unlock All-Day Energy
Ari Whitten
Ari Whitten is the founder of The Energy Blueprint system, a comprehensive lifestyle and supplement program which has helped more than two million people (and counting) experience optimal health, better performance, and more energy. He's also the bestselling author of The Ultimate Guide to Red Light Therapy, and the host of the popular The Energy Blueprint Podcast, which features the world’s leading natural health experts. In 2020, Ari was voted #1 Health Influencer by Mindshare, the largest natural, and functional medicine community. For more than 25 years, Ari has been dedicated to the study of human health science. He holds an M.S. in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, a B.S. in Kinesiology, certifications as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Enhancement Specialist from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and he has completed all of the coursework for a Clinical Psychology Ph.D. You can find his podcast, programs, and supplement formulas at