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Webinar: Thrive State: An Empowering Holistic Approach to Peripheral Neuropathy

After studying human performance and the longest lived populations on the planet, Dr. Kien Vuu has discovered the one trait that activates the biology of health, longevity, and human performance. The Thrive State is an energetic field – a state of being – that each of us can learn to harness to activate more health, resilience, and hope into our lives. The Thrive State is a holistic approach for patients with peripheral neuropathy (PN) or any chronic illness. That even during times of uncertainty and hardship, we can access the Thrive State to unlock the resources within ourselves to heal and improve our health, spirit, and lives. Specifically, Dr. Vuu will address the major lifestyle changes that most improve symptoms of PN. In addition, Dr. Vuu will address specific nutrients known to improve PN as well as novel delivery systems that increase the delivery of nutrients to the body.

About Dr. Vuu
Coming to America as the only surviving infant on a refugee boat fleeing post-war Vietnam, Dr. Kien Vuu (a.k.a., Doctor V) is no stranger to adversity. Once a minimally invasive surgeon who has overcome two chronic diseases, he is now a passionate health and human optimization champion and best-selling author of Thrive State: Your Blueprint for Optimal Health, Longevity, and Peak Performance. As one of the most sought-after performance and longevity physicians in the country, Dr. Vuu regularly works with celebrities, athletes, executives, and corporations to optimize their health, performance, and vitality. His mission is to empower people and organizations to reclaim their health and serve with fulfillment, abundance, and purpose. He enthusiastically shares his message on national TV shows such as The Doctors and Access Hollywood, keynote and corporate stages such as Whole Foods and Biohacking Conference, as well as with the next generation of physicians as assistant clinical professor at UCLA.

Webinar was held live on December 7,  2022, and sponsored by LivOn Labs.

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