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I received my medical degree from the University of Miami, School of Medicine and completed residency in internal medicine at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, UT. I have practiced internal medicine for over 17 years and served in numerous medical leadership roles including the Board of Directors for the Utah Partnership for Healthy Weight (a non-profit public policy initiative) and the Davis County Health Board.
After accumulating 55 pounds of excess body fat, then undergoing a change of heart, I have vast experience in matters of health and real passion for fitness. My transformation to a much healthier person (and physician) during my mid forties provides credibility above and beyond my medical certifications. Therefore I am equipped to help just about anyone in the pursuit of their health dreams. I know how to empower people to improve their health, no matter their limitations or medical diagnoses.
Having practiced medicine for almost two decades, as well as becoming a fitness expert, I can provide clarity to one’s health picture, therefore you can expect an unbiased assessment and plan of action. I believe medical care and one’s health are entirely separate universes. One consultation with me will prove that.
Everyone should understand what they can do in a proactive, natural way to secure health and happiness. Medical testing, medical procedures and prescription medications often complicate matters without ever making us healthier. Don’t settle for a complicated regimen of chronic disease care, an inferior form of health, when you can have the real thing! Be bold and improve your health fate right now! We can help.
Autoimmune conditions are rising sharply in the developed world (now estimated to be in 1 out of 12 women, 23.5 million Americans), but are rare in the developing countries or human history in general. Conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Transverse Myelitis (TM), Lupus (SLE- systemic lupus erythematosis), Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Grave’s disease, Gluten sensitivity (celiac disease) and the inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis may have a genetic component to them, but their rise must be more importantly explained by environmental and lifestyle causes.
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