15. Dr. Mao: Living Long & Strong as a 38th Generation Chinese Medicine Doctor
“We’ve forgotten the origins of where we come from—nature sustains our lives.
It’s not the chemicals.”
– Dr. Mao
Today on “The Shine Strategy,” I’m honored to bring you someone that I’ve known and trusted with my health for a long time—bestselling author and 38th generation doctor of Chinese Medicine, Dr. Mao Shing Ni, who is popularly known as “Dr. Mao.” He’s board-certified in anti-aging medicine and highly respected in the field of longevity and women’s health.
Dr. Mao is the co-founder (along with his brother Dr. Dao) of Tao of Wellness Clinics and Yo San University of Chinese Medicine, both award-winning centers of healing and learning. Dr. Mao has written 19 books including his bestselling book Secrets of Longevity, and his latest, Live Long, Live Strong: An Integrative Approach to Cancer Care and Prevention.
Awarded Best of the Best on “The Dr. Oz Show,” Dr. Mao has also appeared on “The Doctors,” Katie Couric, as well as the pages of The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.
As someone who has worked with Dr. Mao and seen the results of his work first-hand, I can say it’s powerful. I love hearing Dr. Mao’s tips on how to keep energy flowing properly through your body and what to do to prevent stagnation and disease—from cancer to infertility. There are so many small things we can do every day to live longer, healthier lives, so you’ll definitely want to listen to this episode to find out Dr. Mao’s top tips on how to do just that.
“On average humans can live to be between 100 and 120—there’s no question. And why are we expiring before that? A lot of times, it’s cancer or a heart attack, and it’s all preventable.”
TUNE-IN TO HEAR:
- About Dr. Mao’s incredible family history—38 generations strong!
- The shocking jump in success rates when complementary alternative medicine is added to fertility treatments
- The surprising places BPA’s appear and how they can affect your body
- About Qi Gong and how it trains your body to self-regulate into homeostasis
- How specific clothing choices and colors affect your health, longevity, and emotional well-being.
- About Dr. Mao’s “Feng Shui for health” and how it plays into your well-being.
- How he has attracted top tier media coverage without a PR agency.