Healthy Goal Setting

Why is getting healthy so hard?

How is it that we can be so good at setting and achieving our goals in every area of our life, but yet, continue to struggle over and over again when it comes to our health related goals?

If you're like most people, you're successful at every area of your life except lingering health related issues.  Maybe it's an unhealthy weight, diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol, fatigue, mismanaged stress, or a lack of sleep. it's something that lingers every year. 

How can this be?

How is it that a successful person like yourself, who has a thriving business, family, and interpersonal life struggle with something as trivial as weight or sleep? 

The answer lies in goal setting.

Prevening Alzheimer's Dementia

There is no cure for Alzheimer's Dementia and rates are skyrocketing.

To be alive but not present. This is dementia.

It's torture and devastating to families.

In this week's blog, I'm going to be teaching you the things that you need to be doing in order to decrease your risk of getting this horrible disease, and the conversations you need to have with your doctor around this topic. 

Stroke Prevention

We all know that stroke is a big deal. But are you doing anything to reduce your risks?

This week's blog continues the conversation around heart disease, specifically stroke. 

Stroke falls under the umbrella of heart disease, along with high blood pressure and heart attack.

I want to share with you the five most important things that you need to do to reduce your risk of stroke, and the two conversations that you need to be having with your doctor today. 

Reducing Heart Disease risk

Despite the lowest consumption of fat and dietary cholesterol in human history, rates of heart disease are continuing to skyrocket.

Nearly one million people a year die in the United States from heart attack. That's 1/3 of all deaths.  

The good news is, there are several things you can do right now to prevent heart disease! 

Metabolic Syndrome

Could high blood sugars, elevated triglycerides, low good cholesterol, high bad cholesterol, and diabetes all be connected?!

This week’s blog tackles one of the most underrated and under-rated phenomena in all of health care.   

One topic we've discussed at length is insulin resistance. I've even gone as far as to call it the most important concept for you to grasp in all of health. 

It's called Metabolic Syndrome.