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The Secrets To Increasing & Sustaining Energy Levels Naturally

New FREE Guide Reveals…

The Secrets To Increasing & Sustaining
Energy Levels Naturally

In this FREE GUIDE, discover the secrets to Increasing and sustaining energy naturally – without the need for that extra cup of coffee or energy drink! 

  • How to increase your energy naturally with these 2 strategies
  • The right vitamins and supplements to increase your energy levels
  • 6 healthy foods to help beat the midday energy slump
  • ​12 tips to build healthy habits that last

In this FREE GUIDE, discover the secrets to Increasing and sustaining energy naturally – without the need for that extra cup of coffee or energy drink! 

  • How to increase your energy naturally with these 2 strategies
  • The right vitamins and supplements to increase your energy levels
  • 6 healthy foods to help beat the midday energy slump
  • ​12 tips to build healthy habits that last

Meet With Edison de Mello

Edison de Mello M.D., Ph.D., founder of the Akasha Center for Integrative Medicine, is a board-certified Integrative Physician by the American Board of Integrative Medicine and a licensed psychotherapist by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. He practiced psychotherapy for 13 years before entering medical training and now practices and teaches evidenced-based integrative medicine.

Dr. de Mello is on the advisory board of several organizations such as Helpquide.org in Los Angeles, A.C.A.M. Midwifery Program in Guatemala, and the Sun Ray Peace and Meditation Society in Vermont. He is a member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM), The Institute of Functional Medicine (IMF), The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), The American Association of Integrative Medicine, and Physicians for Social Responsibility. In addition, Dr. de Mello has written several articles for different publications and has most recently written a chapter on the microbiome and food addiction for Dr. Andrew Weil’s upcoming new book as part of his Integrative Medicine library.

Meet With Edison de Mello

Edison de Mello M.D., Ph.D., founder of the Akasha Center for Integrative Medicine, is a board-certified Integrative Physician by the American Board of Integrative Medicine and a licensed psychotherapist by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. He practiced psychotherapy for 13 years before entering medical training and now practices and teaches evidenced-based integrative medicine.

Dr. de Mello is on the advisory board of several organizations such as Helpquide.org in Los Angeles, A.C.A.M. Midwifery Program in Guatemala, and the Sun Ray Peace and Meditation Society in Vermont. He is a member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM), The Institute of Functional Medicine (IMF), The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), The American Association of Integrative Medicine, and Physicians for Social Responsibility. In addition, Dr. de Mello has written several articles for different publications and has most recently written a chapter on the microbiome and food addiction for Dr. Andrew Weil’s upcoming new book as part of his Integrative Medicine library.

“In our social media, share-it-all, TMI world, most people are still too embarrassed to talk about something we all do: poop and pass gas. In Bloated?, Dr. Edison de Mello kicks open the bathroom door and addresses this taboo and the resulting epidemic of digestive problems with compassion, concern, and hard-won wisdom. He offers clear, concise answers to the vital question so many of us ask: Why don’t I feel better?”

Edison de Mello is a gifted healer; he can turn a routine annual checkup into a master’s class in compassion, biochemistry, and diagnostic insight. With Bloated?, he’s taken these gifts to the page, offering a smart, helpful and comprehensive look at why so many of us feel so lousy. Blending cutting edge science with personal anecdotes and relatable case histories, Dr. de Mello explores the reasons behind the “bloating epidemic” and offers practical, manageable solutions. So, put down the potato chips, toss out the Tums, stop blaming the dog for the gas you just passed, and pick up Bloated?
relief is on the way!”

Dr. Edison de Mello has been my primary doctor since 2009. He has guided me in ways that have led to breakthrough after breakthrough in generating robust health. Now, with deep medical understanding and a healthy blend of humor, Dr. de Mello brings much-needed help to BLOATING and Gut Imbalance, little-understood and complex health issues. If you or someone you love suffers from any kind of gut challenges, look no further for answers and easy-to-understand ways for optimizing your Gut so that you can have the health and vitality you’ve dreamed of. This book can, literally, change your life.”

Mark Hyman
MD, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Pegan Diet; Head of Strategy -- the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine; Founder 
The UltraWellness Center; President, The Institute for Functional Medicine

 Roy Sekoff,
Founding Editor, The Huffington Post 

Mary Morrissey,
Founder of Brave Thinking Institute

“In our social media, share-it-all, TMI world, most people are still too embarrassed to talk about something we all do: poop and pass gas. In Bloated?, Dr. Edison de Mello kicks open the bathroom door and addresses this taboo and the resulting epidemic of digestive problems with compassion, concern, and hard-won wisdom. He offers clear, concise answers to the vital question so many of us ask: Why don’t I feel better?”

Mark Hyman
MD, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Pegan Diet; Head of Strategy -- the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine; Founder 
The UltraWellness Center; President, The Institute for Functional Medicine

Edison de Mello is a gifted healer; he can turn a routine annual checkup into a master’s class in compassion, biochemistry, and diagnostic insight. With Bloated?, he’s taken these gifts to the page, offering a smart, helpful and comprehensive look at why so many of us feel so lousy. Blending cutting edge science with personal anecdotes and relatable case histories, Dr. de Mello explores the reasons behind the “bloating epidemic” and offers practical, manageable solutions. So, put down the potato chips, toss out the Tums, stop blaming the dog for the gas you just passed, and pick up Bloated?
relief is on the way!”

 Roy Sekoff,
Founding Editor, The Huffington Post 

Dr. Edison de Mello has been my primary doctor since 2009. He has guided me in ways that have led to breakthrough after breakthrough in generating robust health. Now, with deep medical understanding and a healthy blend of humor, Dr. de Mello brings much-needed help to BLOATING and Gut Imbalance, little-understood and complex health issues. If you or someone you love suffers from any kind of gut challenges, look no further for answers and easy-to-understand ways for optimizing your Gut so that you can have the health and vitality you’ve dreamed of. This book can, literally, change your life.”

Mary Morrissey,
Founder of Brave Thinking Institute

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Understanding how to increase and sustain your energy levels throughout the day will help you achieve peak performance, both professionally and personally. Whether you’re a professional athlete, weekend warrior, busy professional or a parent on the go, knowing you have the physical energy and mental clarity to do it all will help you live your best life. 

About Dr. Edison de Mello, M.D., Ph.D.

Edison de Mello, M.D., Ph.D., is a board-certified Integrative Physician by the American Board of Integrative Medicine and a licensed psychotherapist by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. He practiced psychotherapy for 13 years before entering medical training and now practices and teaches evidenced-based integrative medicine.

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Dr. de Mello was introduced to the practice of integrative medicine by his beloved grandmother, Nana, at a very early age. Dr. de Mello remembers her as a natural healer who, with her many teas and potions, always had a remedy for the common everyday malady. Nana practiced her “medicine” with so much love and dedication that her simple presence, caring manner, smile, and unwavering respect for people were healing and inspiring. Nana’s approach to healing and her loving mentorship were so profound for Dr. de Mello that a career in healthcare was a natural choice.

He graduated from the University of North Texas in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and went on to earn an MA degree in Psychology and a doctoral degree in Health and Human Services/Psychology. For his master’s degree thesis, Dr. de Mello was the co-author of a Head Start program funded by the National Institute of Mental Health entitled “Strengthening Head

Start Families through Mental Health Intervention.” Intrigued by the bio-psychosocial aspects of gastrointestinal disease – the subject of his doctoral dissertation – Dr. de Mello entered Ross University School of Medicine in 1991 with the ultimate goal of creating an innovative medical Center that would bridge the gap between Western and Eastern medicines. Knowing that a solid and well-respected training in evidenced-based Integrative Medicine was crucial for his vision of such a center, Dr. de Mello completed most of his medical student clinical rotations at renowned University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine hospitals.

Dr. de Mello is on the advisory board of several organizations such as Helpquide.org in Los Angeles, A.C.A.M. Midwifery Program in Guatemala, and the Sun Ray Peace and Meditation Society in Vermont. He is a member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM), The Institute of Functional Medicine (IMF), The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), The American Association of Integrative Medicine, and Physicians for Social Responsibility. In addition, Dr. de Mello has written several articles for different publications and has most recently written a chapter on the microbiome and food addiction for Dr. Andrew Weil’s upcoming new book as part of his Integrative Medicine library.

Claim Your "Science-Backed Ways To Boost Energy" FREE Guide by Clicking the Button Below

Understanding how to increase and sustain your energy levels throughout the day will help you achieve peak performance, both professionally and personally. Whether you’re a professional athlete, weekend warrior, busy professional or a parent on the go, knowing you have the physical energy and mental clarity to do it all will help you live your best life. 

About Dr. Edison de Mello, M.D., Ph.D.

Edison de Mello, M.D., Ph.D., is a board-certified Integrative Physician by the American Board of Integrative Medicine and a licensed psychotherapist by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. He practiced psychotherapy for 13 years before entering medical training and now practices and teaches evidenced-based integrative medicine.

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Dr. de Mello was introduced to the practice of integrative medicine by his beloved grandmother, Nana, at a very early age. Dr. de Mello remembers her as a natural healer who, with her many teas and potions, always had a remedy for the common everyday malady. Nana practiced her “medicine” with so much love and dedication that her simple presence, caring manner, smile, and unwavering respect for people were healing and inspiring. Nana’s approach to healing and her loving mentorship were so profound for Dr. de Mello that a career in healthcare was a natural choice.

He graduated from the University of North Texas in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and went on to earn an MA degree in Psychology and a doctoral degree in Health and Human Services/Psychology. For his master’s degree thesis, Dr. de Mello was the co-author of a Head Start program funded by the National Institute of Mental Health entitled “Strengthening Head

Start Families through Mental Health Intervention.” Intrigued by the bio-psychosocial aspects of gastrointestinal disease – the subject of his doctoral dissertation – Dr. de Mello entered Ross University School of Medicine in 1991 with the ultimate goal of creating an innovative medical Center that would bridge the gap between Western and Eastern medicines. Knowing that a solid and well-respected training in evidenced-based Integrative Medicine was crucial for his vision of such a center, Dr. de Mello completed most of his medical student clinical rotations at renowned University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine hospitals.

Dr. de Mello is on the advisory board of several organizations such as Helpquide.org in Los Angeles, A.C.A.M. Midwifery Program in Guatemala, and the Sun Ray Peace and Meditation Society in Vermont. He is a member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM), The Institute of Functional Medicine (IMF), The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), The American Association of Integrative Medicine, and Physicians for Social Responsibility. In addition, Dr. de Mello has written several articles for different publications and has most recently written a chapter on the microbiome and food addiction for Dr. Andrew Weil’s upcoming new book as part of his Integrative Medicine library.

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