Chronic disease has reached epidemic proportions. For the first time in history, more people die from chronic disease than infectious disease. We’ve cured polio, but heart disease is still on the … [Read More...]
Could you lose a few pounds? For years, I thought weight gain was inevitable. As I got older, I put on a few extra pounds every year. And it got harder and harder to take them off. Before I knew it, I was obese, which put me at high risk for diabetes and heart disease. Luckily I discovered a plan to take the weight off and keep it off. It's not as hard as you might think. Now I'm back to a healthier weight, and documenting my journey from 268 to 175 lbs. It beats becoming a statistic.
Changing your behavior is the hardest things you will ever do. Or is it? Could it be easier than we think? Maybe -- if you know how. The science of behavior design One of the top experts on … [Read More...]
Heart disease doesn't occur in a vacuum. It is caused by complications that arise from a variety of factors including diabetes and obesity. If you have a body mass index of 30% or more, you are not … [Read More...]