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DrRic Battle of the Bulge (Making a 2014 Lifestyle Change)

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DrRic Battle of the Bulge (Making a 2014 Lifestyle Change)

  1. 1. Halloween  Thanksgiving  Xmas/Chanukah  New Years  Andy Weil Tara Lemmy Rick Bayless David Katz Nutrition and Health Conference Chicago 2009
  2. 2. NEJM - 0.48 kg (+/-2.2) gained and carried until the following fall  CDC –highest bracket to be obese 45-64  CDC –average weight now compared to 1960s up 20lbs  NHLBI –with a normal BMI, increased waist circumference = disease 
  3. 3.  Evidence Statement: Sex-specific cutoffs for waist circumference can be used to identify increased risk associated with abdominal fat in adults with a BMI in the range of 25 to 34.9 kg/m2. An increase in waist circumference may also be associated with increased risk in persons of normal weight. Evidence Category C.  Waist circumference cutpoints can generally be applied to all adult ethnic or racial groups. On the other hand, if a patient is very short (under 5 feet) or has a BMI above the 25 to 34.9 kg/m2 range, waist cutpoints used for the general population may not be applicable. Evidence Category D.
  4. 4. Lack of exercise  Poor diet  Obesity  Genes  February 8th 2-3pm
  5. 5. Resolution overload  Eternal hope syndrome  No quit buddy/group  Fighting the same battle With the same tactics Leads to the same result
  6. 6. Acupuncture Registered Dietician Doctor Counselor Exercise Physiologist
  7. 7. Largest Loser  Fit and Trim  Hard Bodies  Fit Club  Center Point  One on One consulting 
  8. 8. Gregg Age: 53 Program: Sep 2010 Largest Loser Challenge Result Summary Lost 45.4 Pounds!! Body Composition Improved 3.4%! Lost 6 ½” around the waist! Fasting Blood Sugar Dropped from 141 to 107!
  9. 9. Roseanne Age: 44 Program: Sep 2010 Largest Loser Challenge Result Summary Lost 26.8 Pounds!! Body Composition Improved 7.1%! Lost 6 ¾” around the waist! Bad Cholesterol (LDL) Dropped 31%!
  10. 10. Debbie Dodgen Age: 44 Program: Sep 2010 Largest Loser Challenge Result Summary Lost 41 Pounds!! Body Composition Improved 8.9%! Lost 6.5” Around the Waist! Bad Cholesterol Dropped 37%
  11. 11. Lisa Flando Age: 26 Program Start Date: Jun 2010 Program Completion: START Aug 2010 12 WEEKS Result Summary Lost 27 Pounds! Lost 6” around the Waist Cholesterol Dropped 25%!
  12. 12. Darrell Young Age: 38 Program Start Date: Jun 2010 Program Completion: START Aug 2010 12 WEEKS Result Summary Lost 62 Pounds! Body Fat Decreased 7.5%! Blood Pressure Dropped 30 Points!
  13. 13. Summer 2009 Largest Loser Winner: Theresa Before: 195 Pounds 38.4% Body Fat 1 mile run: 18:17 “A few years back I was exercising regularly and eating really healthy. Somehow, exercise fell to the wayside and my weight started creeping up…. and up…. and here I am” Obstacles: “Going out with friends” After: 165 Pounds (lost 33#) 32.0% Body Fat 1 mile run: 9:45 When she first started, Theresa said “once I’m motivated to work hard, there’s no stopping me.” Well, she convinced us and lived up to every ounce of that statement during the program and continues to impress us long after the program has ended as well.
  14. 14. Assess where your health is now  Translate goals to a timeline  Allow feedback from 2nd party (spec ops)  Plan for next pinnacle 
  15. 15.            pH diet Macrobiotic diet FODMAPS Paleo diet Blood type diet Anti wheat diet Mediterranean diet Anti inflammatory diet Vegetarian/Vegan/Raw Juicing Insulin resistance Diet
  16. 16. 1* Intervention 2* Intervention 3* Intervention “Rescue Care” 70% US Healthcare $ End of Life Care
  17. 17.  Get a “check up” appropriate for age  Consider specialty second opinions (fractionated lipids, full thyroid, cortisol, vitamin D, crp, homocysteine, OGGT, Hgba1c, insulin) (sleep, cardio, ortho, pmr….) See registered dietician  “Pre-habilitation” with physical therapy  Establish a behavioral health baseline  (unresolved internal conflicts, grounding)  HSA
  18. 18.            Iodine/thyroid Gymnema sylvestre Chromium Picolinate Garcinia Cambogia Probiotics Omega 3 oil St Johns Wort/5HTP/SAMe/Valerian/Mag DGL Melatonin/5HTP/Mag/Valerian Turmeric Bioidenticals (hormones)
  19. 19. Mind body experience  Bones in your drawers (source of eating disorder)  Practice “turning off” adrenaline  Practice neutralizing cortisol (drivers)  Improve sleep (awareness of altered signals with hunger)  478 breathing (search” DrRic 478 Breath” on youtube) 
  20. 20. Sports medicine  Massage therapy  Chiropractor  Acupuncture  Herbalist/Integrative doc  Registered Dietician  Counselor/Psychologist 
  21. 21.  DrRic Saguil, MD www.herbal411.com  Tom Jordan, RD www.firsthealthassociates.com First Health Associates 2010 Arlington Heights Rd Arlington Heights IL 60005 (847) 593-3330 time for some…..
  22. 22. Saturday Feb 8th, 2-3pm

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