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May 2, 2021 37 min

This week, Dr. Adrienne spoke with Dr. Mously, the founder of Holistic Health and Healing, a medical and coaching practice focusing on health, wealth, and relationships through energy medicine. We discuss how a University of Pennsylvania Faculty shifted her focus and went into holistic medicine. We discuss what she’s learned and how her patients are benefiting from her new, unexpected practice.


  • What is energy medicine? 
  • How energy can affect us, possibly even before birth. 
  • What happened when patients were challenged with a self-care experiment. 
  • Case study of a patient who saw a massive change with Dr. Mo’s treatment.

  • To learn more about Dr. Mously Le Blanc check out her website and her book Unleash The Healing Within: Unlocking the Mind Body Soul Connection.

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  • Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From the Inside Out by Dr. Adrienne Youdim
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