Use "Be the Hero Framework" to live at your best
I believe we are all born with certain gifts and we are given certain opportunities. We desire to use these to live for a higher purpose - to create something of value for the world, to love and care for those around us. We are called to be heroes.
When we have good health, we can focus outward, showing up in life in the way that we desire. Having poor health makes us focus inward, keeping us from being the hero.
To be the hero you need to:
The Be The Hero Framework helps you know what to do to keep your body working at it's best and develop a system to follow through on your good intentions without having to rely on pure willpower.
Free 5-day video course. One video per day, 6-8 minutes each, for 5 days is all you need to get off the path of frustration and confusion and on the path to good health.
A diagnosis of prediabetes is a signal your health is not on track, and it's a great time to make changes - before serious problems develop.
Conventional approaches to type 2 diabetes, viewing this as a chronic, progressive condition requiring more and more medication over time ignore the fundamental problem of "energy toxicity" and the chance to achieve remission.
The principles for how to lose weight are straightforward. Following through on these principles consistently is difficult. Learn the skills needed to lose weight and keep it off.
The internet is full of nutrition advice, much of it confusing and conflicting. Keto? Paleo? Mediterranean? Vegan? Blue Zones? The only healthy nutrition plan that you need to know about is the sustainable plan that will work for you.
I've been in practice since 2003 in Boulder County, providing a full range of endocrine care, including type 1 and type 2 diabetes, thyroid issues and thyroid cancer, low testosterone, osteoporosis, parathyroid and pituitary issues, and female hormone problems.
My current interests include the use of advanced testing and personalized medicine focused on disease prevention and improving quality of life over one's entire lifespan.
I am a board-certified endocrinologist in Superior, CO, and I have been in private practice since 2003. People I work with achieve success when they learn all the ingredients of healthy lifestyle and the process to consistently follow through on their good intentions to make healthy choices without having to rely on willpower.
I use my knowledge of endocrine science, psychology, neuroscience, and human behavior to help people make meaningful, lasting changes in their health that they can sustain long-term.
"I thought I knew a lot about living with diabetes after 10 years, but thanks to the instructional videos and lessons, the support from others, and the ability to ask questions outside of the time limitations of doctor visits, I am learning how to actually thrive!"
"This is a fantastic system! In addition to research based guidelines on diet, exercise and sleep, the system really focuses on how to actually do the things we know we should do. Using the techniques I learned, I have been able to make the dietary changes I knew I wanted to change, but had not yet successfully done so. "
"The daily routine I learned puts the day in perspective and adds a lot of positivity to my day. It helps keep me focus on what matters most. The questions are also of importance as they focus on gratitude and the good in your life. The question...Who may need my help today?... takes my thoughts to being sensitive to others who are struggling with their own daily issues. I have found the daily routine to be a positive way to start my day with awareness."
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