This webinar originally aired live on Wednesday, November 24th, 2021. In this webinar, we are discussing medications and the role they may have on our weight! We break down the myths and review the mechanisms of action, dive into the science and how we can successfully manage our weight and most importantly, our health!
Join us for a Live Webinar on Wednesday, October 20 at 6pm MT. Let's talk calories and protein, the king of the macronutrients! In this talk, I am reviewing the science of whether calories matter, whether protein is what we need to focus on, and how we can start working towards weight loss and, most importantly, a healthier lifestyle!
This ticketed webinar originally aired live Wednesday, May 19, 2021 @ 6 pm MST. In this webinar, Dr. Dan reviewed what PCOS is and why it may cause not only weight gain but make it very challenging to lose weight. Is there a particular diet that can help? What strategies can support managing weight with PCOS? Ticketholders can access a replay of the live webinar at any time through Eventbrite.
In this webinar, we are talking about Insulin Resistance. Maybe you have heard that it is the cause or the result of obesity and weight gain? There are a lot of questions and I want to provide you with some clarification on: What is Insulin Resistance? What is the cause? If we can develop it can we do anything about it?
This webinar originally aired live on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. In this webinar, we are talking about intermittent fasting and the evidence around it. Is it just another diet fad? Are the health claims true or are there potential risks?
This webinar originally aired live Wednesday, February 17, 2021. In this webinar, we answer questions surrounding carbs and a healthy diet. Specifically discussing - what is a Ketogenic Diet?
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
On World Diabetes Day - November 14, 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) told 460+ million people that Type 2 Diabetes is their fault. They brought this disease on themselves because they spent too much time sitting on the couch eating chips. Factors like genetics, socioeconomic status, environment, psychological stressors, medications, etc. have absolutely nothing to do with it. Join me as I discuss why this thought was dragged by Twitter and eventually taken down by WHO.
It is not your fault that you have obesity. You did not choose to have obesity. Obesity is a chronic disease. Obesity is a risk factor. Obesity is a symptom. Just like diabetes. Just like high blood pressure. Just like high cholesterol. These are all chronic conditions. If managing obesity was a choice, and all you had to do was eat less and move more, you would not have a weight issue. There would be no obesity epidemic and I would likely have gone back to school at this point to be a psychiatrist. Let’s dive in, shall we?
You are also allowed to not lose weight. I know, earth-shattering stuff. Nothing in this world is black and white. Your goals should be your own and for reasons that are truly important to you. It seems like the only way to fit in is by taking a position on one of the extremes and then throwing all logic out the window. This week, I want to empower you to do what feels good and right for you, and nobody else.
The Brain and Obesity. Part 8 – Weight loss by increasing the cognitive capacity of our modern teenage brain!
Today in part 8, we discuss how to increase the number of actual coins the old man and teenager have to spend, either responsibly or irresponsibly. Sleep, working out, managing stress, and spending time with loved ones are all things that help develop resilience. They help you when you are in tough situations to make smarter decisions. Read my latest blog and learn what you can do to support your cognitive capacity.