Getting the Funk Out with Dr. Kozlowski

For this episode, we welcome back Dr. Peter Kozlowski to discuss his new book, Get the Funk Out., hormonal health, and how to improve your body from a detoxification standpoint. Dr. Kozlowski is a very knowledgeable functional medicine doctor and works with clients to find the source of their dysfunction by creating a genuinely individualized healthcare plan. It was a pleasure to chat with him again, and I know you'll learn a lot as well.

What you'll hear:

  • Dr. Kozlowski's backstory and what got him into the nutritional space (1:40)
  • The primary driver for the decrease in testosterone levels in males (7:07)
  • Toxins and hormones (10:11)
  • His typical plan of action with patients (12:20)
  • Testing for heavy metals (16:30)
  • How to properly detox (19:01)
  • The validity of juice cleanses, coffee enemas, etc. (24:22)
  • Why there is pushback against diving deeper into toxins amongst most western medicine practitioners (26:56)
  • How to detox your home and life from toxin-containing products (30:11)
  • His recommendation for the most effective way of relaxing and allowing yourself to spend time in a parasympathetic state (34:01)
  • Journaling for mental health (36:32)
  • Carnivore protocol and microbiome health (39:20)
  • The best way to find a qualified local functional medicine practitioner (43:40)
  • How long it takes to become certified in functional medicine (46:30)

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Written By

Robert Sikes


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