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The biology of obesity is complex. As we gain new insights and develop new empirics, we move a step closer to cracking this code. Here we help you develop a deeper understanding of this disease, develop a healthy relationship with nutrition, promote self-care, and emote a new confidence of "Yes, I can do it!"Disclaimer: Information provided on this podcast does not constitute medical advice. Consult your health care professional prior to trying any of the modalities mentioned here. For more ...
 
We are PhD candidates at the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen's University. Besides being researchers in clinical physiology, we are both also avid health and fitness enthusiasts. The purpose of our blog (www.obesitypanacea.blogspot.com) as well as this complimentary podcast is to critically evaluate new commercial products, recent scientific research, or popular news related to obesity, weight-loss, exercise, diet, and everything in between.
 
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You are probably already aware of cutting calories for weight loss. However, have you heard of the very low-calorie diet? Dr. Richard Lindquist is back on our show once again! He is one of the directors of the American Board of Obesity Medicine. He is a trustee of the Washington State Chapter of the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surge…
 
Plus Size Model/ Lipedema Awareness Advocate, Beth Rylaarsdam (rye lars dam) AKA @curvygirlbeth on social media Beth Rylaarsdam, known as Curvygirlbeth throughout social media, although Instagram is her main platform, has battled her weight for most of her life until she finally received a Lipedema diagnosis in October 2017. Since then, she has bec…
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA, FTOS, FACC, FNLA, FASPC interviews Karli Burridge, PA-C, MMS, FOMA to discuss her experience in starting an obesity medicine practice. Topics covered include: practice components and structure to consider when starting a practice, general business start-up practices, payment, and pr…
 
With the rise of obesity, various diets have appeared in the 21st century, aiming to curb weight as well as improve physical performance. One of the popular approaches is the ketogenic diet - a diet high in fat and proteins and very low in carbohydrates. In today’s podcast, I’m joined by a very special guest who will discuss the rationale behind th…
 
Zach H is 22 years old from Montana that grew up as an avid athlete but was consumed by tragedy. He gave up on living and focused on surving from the age of 15. He reached a weight of 698lbs but when he decided to make a change he was sitting at 682 lbs after countless failed diets and programs. Now he's lost over 160lbs in 7 months and we'll on hi…
 
Man has always had a quest to improve his health and life. Ayurveda is one of the prominent ancient systems of medicine that was developed in India. There were no clinical trials at that time, but a keen eye for observing various phenomena. Our guest for today will be sharing with us her interest in Ayurveda and how its principles have completely c…
 
Kelly Bell is a retired Coast Guard Officer with over 25 years of service and a patient advocate for the Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LE&RN), Chairperson for the North Carolina LE&RN Chapter. He has spent that last 4 years on Capitol Hill advocating for funding for lymphatic research to improve awareness (including at the physician level…
 
Our guest on this episode has experienced obesity at close quarters. He suffered from it for all of his childhood and teenage years. But, when he got his calling to lose weight, he tweaked his lifestyle which gave him amazing results. He lost a whopping 140 lbs! How has he achieved this, you may ask? Listen to this episode to find out! Chef Gino We…
 
Cam Ayala 32 year-old, Houston native, Cam Ayala, has held many titles such as, Son, Brother, Friend, Colleague, Salesman, Account Executive, Senior Class President, Ex-Boyfriend, “ABC..Always Be Cam” from The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, but the one title that he wears with the most pride… Primary Lymphedema Patient. In April 2019, Cam A…
 
In our previous episode, we have tackled fiber, but we were also able to take a glimpse into its relationship with our gut bacteria. Well, what is the gut microbiome and how does it impact our health? Our gut (gastrointestinal tract) definitely plays a big part in our overall health and that’s what we’re about to dive deeper into on today’s episode…
 
In this episode, obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Nicholas Pennings, DO, FOMA, Dipl. ABOM interviews Krista Varady, PhD, a highlighted speaker from Overcoming Obesity 2020 – Virtual, about the role of intermittent fasting in weight management. Intermittent fasting topics covered include: the different types of interm…
 
You are more than enough Society shapes us to feel that we must fit perfectly into cookie cutter molds. We must be beautiful, we must be intelligent, and we must be successful. We define these goals very one dimensionally – we ignore the fact that beauty comes in many different forms and facets, and that intelligence is different in every single pe…
 
According to the 2020-25 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the daily fiber intake of Americans is inadequate. We all have heard about the importance of fiber at some point in time. In this episode, we take a deep dive into how fiber works, its different types, and how it actually benefits our overall health. Dr. Richa Mittal, who is a board-certifi…
 
Starting at 475 pounds, my next guest has been on an incredible weight loss journal for the last three years. Losing 198 pounds the first year and posting everything online resulted in a Youtube video that has been viewed over 80 million times. After the first year, he kept pushing his journey and completed 20 triathlon types events. He has maintai…
 
Our diets can have a big role to play in obesity and but what about the effect of food on cardiovascular health? Health begins with the food we eat. Our arteries are the highways on which the blood transports oxygen and nutrients to various parts of the body. Atherosclerosis is the process of fat and cholesterol deposition in our arteries which can…
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA, FTOS, FACC, FNLA, FASPC interviews Sarah Hallberg, DO, MS, ACSM-CEP, FOMA, FNLA, to discuss a recent report from the National Lipid Association about managing body weight with the ketogenic diet. Topics covered include: updates in the data related to the impact of the ketogenic diet…
 
You might not be great right now, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t capable of being successful in the future. You need to visualize yourself. You need to decided where you want to be in 10 years. You need to set a plan and imagine where you want to be in the future. See who you want to be and realize where you are right now doesn’t need to be where…
 
When you hear the word ‘obese’, what do we usually think of? When you encounter people suffering from obesity, what thoughts come to you? Do you see them as suffering from a disease that needs medical treatment or do you see them as people who are lazy, who lack willpower, and can’t do anything in life? Today’s guest is going to bust these myths to…
 
Over the last 20 years, Matt Entizne’s battle with morbid obesity took a turn for the worse, when in December 2015, he had a brain injury caused by a condition related to obesity, called Hypoxia, which is associated with the lack of oxygen to the brain leading to injury or death. This occurred from not wearing a Cpap device at night while being on …
 
In this episode, Obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Nicholas Pennings, DO, FOMA, Dipl. ABOM interviews Nicole Garber, MD, Dipl. ABOM, a highlighted speaker from Overcoming Obesity 2020 – Virtual, about the behavioral health challenges associated with obesity treatment. Topics covered include: eating disorders and obesi…
 
Sleep is such an essential part of living. We spend nearly a third of our lives sleeping, and for good reason! Can you even imagine going a full day without sleep? We already know what sleep deprivation does to us mentally and physically. Unfortunately, sleep has taken a backseat in our fast-paced lives. It has become something people take for gran…
 
Betty is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist in East Texas. Since becoming a CLT in 2016 Betty has become passionate about educating others on Lymphedema. -Betty is a member of the Texas Team advocating for the Lymphedema Treatment Act in Washington DC annually. In 2019 she launched the first summer camp for children with Lymphedema in the United Stat…
 
How do you like the idea of cooking an amazing meal for your significant other without breaking the bank this Valentine’s day? Dr. Sarita Golikeri is a Family Medicine physician and also certified in Culinary Medicine. Dr. Golikeri consults with patients on managing and preventing conditions like diabetes and high cholesterol through diet and nutri…
 
Jason Wasser is a LiLicensed marriage and family therapist and certified neuro emotional technique practitioner and certified entrepreneur coach. He works with clients online around the world who want to get out of their own way and are 100% all in on their personal growth. His passion is helping people find optimal health and mindset both personal…
 
Do you normally pay attention to what sequence you eat your meal in? What would happen if you reversed the sequence? In the last episode, we did touch a bit on how meal sequencing affects the blood sugar spikes in our bodies. Today, we discuss this particular topic in depth. Tune in to this episode as we dive a little deeper into the science behind…
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA, FTOS, FACC, FNLA, FASPC interviews Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA, FAAP, FACP, FAHA, FTOS, to discuss a recent article about the utility of weight loss medications after bariatric surgery. Topics covered include the occurrence of inadequate weight loss after surgery, which medic…
 
Jake Anderson is the founder of the Awaken Your Voice Movement, which helps aspiring thought leaders and entrepreneurs find their voice, unlock their message, and build an unstoppable movement by leveraging the power of the internet. His passion to pursue this mission emerged in 2019 after stepping into the world of podcasting. At that point, Jake …
 
Sugar is an ingredient every single person on Earth probably knows about—from the babies up to the elderly. We have always known its familiar taste, the comfort it brings, and are even aware of its negative effects on our body. Today, more and more people from different walks of life are having issues with their blood sugar shooting up and their di…
 
Dr. Avishkar Sabharwal, M.D., Dipl. ABOM, Dipl. ABLM has trained in Internal Medicine both in India and the US, and is board certified in Obesity Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine. His focus area has always been lifestyle diseases, especially obesity. His experience in India made him profoundly interested in the effects of nutrition on health and dis…
 
As the new year starts, we find ourselves beaming with hope and excitement as we fill our notebooks with a goal after goal. However, one thing people often overlook is the question, ‘How can I make sure I keep moving towards my goal?’ Accountability is the answer. Without this, we might, more often than not, sidetrack from our goals and find oursel…
 
In this episode, Obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Nicholas Pennings, DO, FOMA, Dipl. ABOM interviews Connie Stapleton, PhD, a highlighted speaker from Obesity Medicine 2020 – Virtual, about obesity and food addiction. Topics covered include: how food can be addictive, behavioral and psychological components involved …
 
Dr. Avishkar Sabharwal, M.D., Dipl. ABOM, Dipl. ABLM has trained in Internal Medicine both in India and the US, and is board certified in Obesity Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine. His focus area has always been lifestyle diseases, especially obesity. His experience in India made him profoundly interested in the effects of nutrition on health and dis…
 
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) publishes its dietary guidelines once every 5 years. The first dietary guidelines came about in 1977. How have they changed over the years? How did we move into the low-fat era? Even the latest guidelines have been fraught with controversies. Tune in to this episode to know this and a lot more abou…
 
How’s your attitude! Gratitude and attitude determines you altitude The reality is that you determine your attitude. Your attitude is one of the few things in life over which you have total control. Attitude is the way you look at life. It is the way you choose to see and respond to events, situations, people, and yourself. Your attitude is not som…
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA Dipl. ABOM and Deborah Bade Horn, DO, MPH, MFOMA discuss a recent article about the coronavirus and obesity. Topics covered include the J-shaped mortality risk association between COVID-19 and obesity and the role of inflammation. In our article review podcasts, we have carefully sel…
 
In today’s episode, we will be talking about the life of a doctor who was naturally fit and following the principles of healthy living until he suddenly found himself gaining more and more unhealthy pounds before he realized it. Dr. Mark Chavez is a medical doctor and entrepreneur. We were able to connect through LinkedIn and I came across his book…
 
Matthew Bowling, owner of HoliFIT an online training business that specializes in helping people who struggle with obesity without judgement or the gym. His motto is Feeling Good comes before weight loss. HoliFIT Website link: holifitness.com Socialmedia: https://www.facebook.com/matthew.bowlingholifit Join our community on facebook at The Obesity …
 
New year, new me. If you’re familiar with this phrase, chances are you’ve already heard someone say it, or you’ve actually uttered these words yourself. There’s just something about the New Year that makes you want to have a fresh start and become a better version of yourself. But if you’re anyone like me, you also know the struggle of trying to se…
 
Wondering, “will meal planning will work for me?” It’s almost the end of 2020, and 2021 is fast approaching. This is the perfect time to give yourself a pat on the back for accomplishing a lot of things this year despite the situation. This may be the year you took up new hobbies, took time to take care of your own needs, and perhaps even got your …
 
Episode Description In this episode, Obesity Medicine Specialist and OMA Clinical Education Director, Nicholas Pennings, DO, FOMA, Dipl. ABOM interviews Ken Fujioka, MD a keynote speaker from Obesity Medicine 2020 – Virtual, about obesity and diabetes treatments. Topics covered include the impact of where fat is stored for diabetes risk, approaches…
 
Mike Young knows first hand getting knocked down and getting back up. He went from liquid millionaire to $200.000 in debt in less than 6 months. And now... Mike Young is the founder of The Makeover Master, host of the top rated “Made Over Podcast”, author of "Made Over: How To Create A Powerful Brand That Will Transform Your Business & Save Your Li…
 
Our eating habits are such an integral part of our identity. All of us have specific likes and dislikes. Does the chemistry of the food we eat have a role to play in this? Food addiction remains a controversial medical diagnosis. Dr. Joan Ifland, who specializes in food addiction sheds light on this. She received her Ph.D. in interdisciplinary stud…
 
Mike Young knows first hand getting knocked down and getting back up. He went from liquid millionaire to $200.000 in debt in less than 6 months. And now... Mike Young is the founder of The Makeover Master, host of the top rated “Made Over Podcast”, author of "Made Over: How To Create A Powerful Brand That Will Transform Your Business & Save Your Li…
 
For a long time already, counting daily steps has been quite a thing. There is a sense of fulfillment after reaching that 10,000-step goal you set and seeing all those burned calories on your pedometer. But is there any scientific basis behind why this 10,000-step goal gained so much popularity over the years when it is just like all other activiti…
 
Episode Description n this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA Dipl. ABOM and Sandra Christensen, MNS, ARNP, FOMA, discuss a recent article about polycystic ovary syndrome and obesity. Topics covered include health risks for women with PCOS and obesity, the connection among PCOS, obesity, and insulin resistance, impact of obes…
 
Obesity does not define YOU, but OTHERS define me by my obesity. Would you want your scars to define you? Would you want your past mistakes to define you? Most of you can hide your scars and mistakes. Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevolution Join our movement at the…
 
Karlijn Burridge is a nationally recognized expert in obesity medicine. She is comprehensively trained in medical obesity treatment, as well as in bariatric surgery. Karlijn is a Fellow of the Obesity Medicine Association. She is a co-author of the Obesity Algorithm® and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Illinois Obesity Society. Sh…
 
The goal is to keep you moving forward, POSITIVELY forward. Not to watch you wallow in self-doubt and not to watch and witness you verbally abuse yourself. Yes, we are all going to have bad days, but misery loves company and none of us can afford to take a trip on the miserable train as a passenger or as the conductor. It’s important for you to alw…
 
Traditionally, Thanksgiving began as a day of giving thanks and sacrifice for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. It is a time when family members travel from far and wide to get together and celebrate. Like many of us, the food is usually what we look forward to as the holiday approaches. We think about the turkey, stuffing, gra…
 
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