Dr. Steve Danylchuk is a clinical pharmacist in the emergency department at the Red Deer Regional Hospital in Red Deer, Alberta. He also completed the PharmD bridging program in 2017. In January 2020, Steve decided to take part in the physique competition but after it got canceled, he went through a breakdown and fell off the wagon. How to develop the mindset that will move you forward despite hectic situations and what should we bring to the plate when our goals are ruined by outside factors? Tune in now.Continue reading
When I consider some of my biggest pet peeves with practicing in obesity and weight-management medicine, I would say one of the more prominent ones is the unnecessary controversy around insulin. In this article, I dive into the science behind Insulin, how it helps our bodies function, and why insulin has been dubbed the fat-storage hormone.Continue reading
How to Create Lasting Changes!
Free Live Webinar with Dr. Dan
This webinar originally aired live on Wednesday, January 13, 2021.
In this webinar, we focus on expectations and what sustainable weight-management, weight-loss, and wellness actually look like. I guide you through how you can change your mindset, set appropriate goals, and understand the importance of consistency. We also review some basic principles around nutrition and activity.
Most importantly, we put a spotlight on what is most important – You and Your Health.
Since the start of the outbreak of the Covid 19 pandemic, laboratories have been actively working on creating a vaccine for the virus. It has been over 10 months since the majority of the countries went into lockdown and now in January, we can start vaccinating the population. How does the Covid vaccine work and what will the mRNA/protein do when it reaches our system with the vaccine? There’s a lot of questions and let’s discuss everything in fine detail with Dr. Jessica Sacher.Continue reading
Apple Cider Vinegar has a number of potential health claims. Diving into the research, I found that most of the health claims are unsubstantiated and, in some cases, blatantly wrong. For some claims, there was some decent research, and there continues to be ongoing research. Is this your magical ticket to weight-loss and extraordinary health benefits?Continue reading