Aug 16, 2017
Adam Sud has certainly lived a lifetime in his 32 short years. This podcast is called "I Could Never Do That" and it's appropriate to get to know Adam because:
1) I'm not sure how many of us could comeback from the depths of despair in which he found himself as a clinically depressed, morbidly obese, young adult addicted to fast food and pills.
2) How many of us could then build the new life that he has built in the last five years; a life that is full of inspiration, conviction, and purpose?
Ironically, it took a life-threatening overdose to save him.
His journey to recovery led to a 37-Day stint in rehab where, to his surprise, he was also told that he had heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes. Determined not to medicate himself for the rest of his life, Adam made his recovery an inside job by adopting a whole foods, plant-based diet. The results were rapid and astounding. In 10 months, he lost 100 pounds and was able to toss every one of his meds.
Now, in 2017, Adam is a featured world-wide speaker, reliving his painful story that is now so full of light and hope.
If you struggle with any disease, addiction, or illness, you are not alone and all hope is not lost.
Take refuge in Adam's journey from pills to plants.
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Article I recently wrote about Adam in Austin Fit Magazine
Theme Music: ”Aitech"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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