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Managing your Weight with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) – Live Webinar

Join me on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 @ 6pm MT for a Live Webinar. Tickets are $5 + fees. In this webinar, Dr. Dan will review 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? Join us for answers to these questions, and more, surrounding Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and weight management.
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Insulin Resistance and Weight Management – Live Webinar

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?
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Intermittent Fasting – Live Webinar

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?
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To Carb or Not To Carb? – Live Webinar

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?
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Managing Your Weight in the New Year – Live Webinar

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
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Ultra-processed Foods. The Bane of Obesity?

Alright, let’s talk about food. Now, this is an interesting topic. Individuals who struggle with obesity are constantly told if they would just stop eating so much, they wouldn't have obesity. The reality of the matter is that obesity is much more complicated than just ‘eating less.’ However, today, we will talk about food – particularly ultra-processed foods and their role in obesity development. In this post, find out what ultra-processed foods are, why they get such a bad rap, and what the science says about them. Do we need to cut ultra-processed food out of our diets?
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Contrave: a new kid on the weight loss medication block?

Ozempic isn’t the only weight-loss medication on the block. Today, I want to talk about Contrave! The new but old kid on the block. What do I mean by that? Well, the medication known as Contrave is newish to the market, especially the Canadian market, but it is made up of two older medications that have both been around for some time! A few geniuses in our world realized that bupropion and naltrexone on their own lead to some weight-loss, and they thought, “Well, if one is good. More is better?” They were right! But, how does it work? Get some answers with me here!
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Are we doing Intermittent Fasting wrong?!

Time Restricted Feeding or TRF. Let me tell you about it! I mean, technically, it is a form of Intermittent Fasting (IF). You know, the diet where millennials made skipping breakfast cool? For those of you who do not know about IF, basically, it is a method of eating where you alternate between fasting and eating periods. Hence the title, intermittent fasting or intermittent eating, but the latter does not sound nearly as cool – which my generation places in high regard. I'm diving into the research behind IF and TRF to find out if we are doing it all wrong, or have some people gotten it right?
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Medications for Obesity. A lifelong endeavour?

Obesity is a chronic disease. Similar to how we manage high blood pressure and diabetes, many individuals will need not only lifestyle interventions but also medications. There is nothing wrong with this fact, but the question is: “Do I need to stay on this medication for life?! Or, can I just reach my goal weight and then come off the drug?” In this blog post, I dive into that question and explore the results of a new medical study.
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