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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 ...
 
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Is weight loss really just a matter of willpower? What if your body does not respond the way you expected it to – despite trying everything everyone suggested? Today, let us delve into the topic of seeing obesity as a disease that needs to be treated, not just with diet and exercise, but sometimes even with real medications. Dr. Alexandra Sowa join…
 
Tune into this week's episode where we play our version of Where's Waldo. Only for us, we want to know where Sean is. In every journey, there are ups and downs but every journey that has real purpose will always meet opposition. Every ship's captain has to wait for rough waters to prove their worth and our Captain, Sean is sailing into mighty rough…
 
In this episode, Obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Dr. Nicholas Pennings interviews Dr. Donna Ryan, highlighted speaker from Obesity Medicine 2021 - Virtual, about alternatives to weight promoting medications. Topics covered include, most commonly prescribed medications that are associated with weight gain, the variab…
 
Like green tea, drinking water is also one of the hacks, often suggested as a great way to “lose weight”. But have you ever given it a thought as to how real the benefits of drinking water are? Join me in today’s quick episode and be ready for some numbers as I lay down to you the data and evidence of how water impacts weight loss, overall health, …
 
As you know, I have a myriad of issues besides JUST obesity – Or maybe you don’t know. Maybe you’re new here, maybe this is your first time seeing me? If it is, ‘welcome’! I am so glad you’re here! We have a LOT to talk about, and a lot to work through – Why not do it together? You and me the rest of the TOR family, whose all at different stages of…
 
Nissa Graun is a mom of two who had been following various mainstream diets since 12 years old. She has lost and regained the same 20 to 50 pounds repeatedly over a 20-year period. Suffering from chronic health problems like migraines, sinus infections, and cystic acne—with depression and anxiety, too—she knew she needed to make a change when she w…
 
When you google “How to Lose Weight?”, you would definitely find that one of those is green tea! If you are someone who has also heard of the wonders of green tea and are curious, you’d want to stop by this quick episode because I will be discussing what green tea actually does to your body and how effective it really is for weight loss.…
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA, FTOS, FACC, FNLA, FASPC and Sarah Wells, MD discuss a recent article about the determinants of weight loss maintenance. Topics covered include what determinants were found to be positively predictive in weight loss maintenance, which determinants are non-significant for weight loss …
 
Many chronic conditions that cause pain are more common in people who are overweight or obese, such as arthritis, depression, fibromyalgia, hypertension, asthma, type 2 diabetes, and back pain. Because of this, the assumption is that being obese increases the likelihood of having multiple medical problems, and many of these conditions may cause pai…
 
Will enjoys the topic of growth, keeping an ever changing perspective, and making sure that his self talk stays in line with who he is attempting to become. As of lately he has been doubting his self because some of those around him say he sounds like a self help book as he doesn't really give his self grace for excuses and then he expects the same…
 
Mindset plays a big role in almost any process we start. The battle has to be won in the mind before it actually happens. In today’s episode, I interview Crystal Church. She has a very inspirational story about her weight loss journey, how she overcame addiction and obesity, and how she found her best accountability partner in her daughter. Listen …
 
Leslyn Keith is a certified lymphedema therapist and has a Clinical Doctorate in Occupational Therapy with an emphasis on lymphedema and obesity. She has started four lymphedema therapy programs in California including two in private practice. Leslyn has treated lymphatic and fat disorders for over 20 years and currently researches, consults, and l…
 
Some still believe in the misconception that obesity is all about willpower and self-control. In this episode, find out how much do our lifestyle choices, society, and genetics play a role in the obesity pandemic. We will look at the various studies done to explore the genetic basis of obesity.Door Avishkar Sabharwal, M.D., Dipl. ABOM
 
In this episode, Obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Dr. Nicholas Pennings interviews Dr. Nikhil Dhurandhar, highlighted speakers from Obesity Medicine 2021 - Virtual, about treating obesity in a primary care setting. Topics covered include, discussing weight management with patients, addressing bias and stigma in the o…
 
Leslyn Keith is a certified lymphedema therapist and has a Clinical Doctorate in Occupational Therapy with an emphasis on lymphedema and obesity. She has started four lymphedema therapy programs in California including two in private practice. Leslyn has treated lymphatic and fat disorders for over 20 years and currently researches, consults, and l…
 
How is our thyroid function impacted by obesity and weight loss? And, how does fasting affect it? If you’ve been listening to this podcast for quite some time now, you’ve probably heard a lot already about fasting and its benefits in weight loss. However, we have never talked about thyroid function in relation to obesity! Fortunately, one of the li…
 
Weight bias can exist in every aspect of life including employment, healthcare, the media, among friends and family, and in other areas. Weight bias affects everyone differently and it can have a harmful impact on your mental and physical health. stopweightbias.com Tom and Sean really break it down! Follow at: @iamseanmulroney @iameltomo Thanks to …
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA, FTOS, FACC, FNLA, FASPC interviews Carolynn Francavilla, MD, FOMA to discuss a recent article on virtual physicals using telehealth. Topics covered include: Individualizing the telehealth physical exam, limitations and opportunities of the telehealth exam, and challenges for prescri…
 
People with obesity are often the subject of jokes. Whether at school, work, home, or even in the healthcare system, it is likely that you are being treated differently because of your weight. The truth is that our society is plagued by weight bias. In today's episode, I am joined by Dr. Sarah Smith, a board-certified Obesity Medicine physician, an…
 
Weight bias can exist in every aspect of life including employment, healthcare, the media, among friends and family, and in other areas. Weight bias affects everyone differently and it can have a harmful impact on your mental and physical health. stopweightbias.com Tom and Sean really break it down! Follow at: @iamseanmulroney @iameltomo Thanks to …
 
Today's guest, Jimmy Clare, has faced some tough challenges in his life. Diagnosed with autism as a child, he suffers from spinal stenosis, a very painful condition. Add do that, weight gain. This caused him to be bullied from a young age, but he has overcome all of this and is an inspiration to so many people.…
 
Edose Ibadin is pro runner for Under Armour, and has been running competitively since 2009. He is an Olympic hopeful for the 2021, as well as a coder and motivational content creator. He hopes to inspire many people through the lessons he has learned as an athlete. Follow on Instagram: @eibadin Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revoluti…
 
Do you ever wonder why we eat three meals a day? Can you really lose weight by eating small, frequent meals? Did you know that eating more than one meal a day was considered a form of gluttony in ancient times? Find out more about how often we should eat and when to eat based on science.Door Avishkar Sabharwal, M.D., Dipl. ABOM
 
In this episode, Obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Dr. Nicholas Pennings interviews Drs. Scott Kahan and Elizabeth Holm, highlighted speakers from Overcoming Obesity 2020 - Virtual, about the Health at Every Size Movement and talking with patients about weight and health. Topics covered include opinions on the classif…
 
Edose Ibadin is pro runner for Under Armour, and has been running competitively since 2009. He is an Olympic hopeful for the 2021, as well as a coder and motivational content creator. He hopes to inspire many people through the lessons he has learned as an athlete. Follow on Instagram: @eibadin Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revoluti…
 
This episode is an exciting one. We have a guest all the way from Perth, Australia. Graeme Currie shares his personal story of how his life has been completely transformed by Intermittent Fasting. Believe it or not, he has lost 132 pounds by Intermittent Fasting. He is the host of a very popular podcast: The Fasting Highway and has also written a b…
 
Tom Hardie I went to school with a long time ago who has struggled with obesity, lymphedema, depression and anxiety for many years. Now looking to redefine his future so those are not the things people remember him for. Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevolution Join …
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA, FTOS, FACC, FNLA, FASPC interviews Mahtab Ahmed, MD, FOMA, Dipl. ABOM about a recent article on the safety and effectiveness of longer-term Phentermine use. Topics covered include risks and benefits of prescribing Phentermine longer than 12 weeks, the impact of study results only in…
 
Adelle Davis, one of the most influential nutritionists of the 20th century talked about improving health through better nutrition. She said this famous quote, “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper.” In today’s quick episode, we will be diving into the different studies conducted over the years on the impact of t…
 
Tom Hardie I went to school with a long time ago who has struggled with obesity, lymphedema, depression and anxiety for many years. Now looking to redefine his future so those are not the things people remember him for. Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevolution Join …
 
People with obesity tend to suffer more often from different types of chronic pain than people who do not have obesity. Some of the well-known pain medications frequently cause further side effects. This gets us thinking: Is there any way we could relieve pain without medicine? In today’s episode, we have Dr. Sheetal DeCaria with us. She is an expe…
 
Dr. David Prologo is uniquely dual-board certified in obesity medicine and interventional radiology. He is the author of numerous peer-reviewed publications and articles published in such outlets as the Washington Post and Time magazine - among many others. He is the creator of the Catching Point Transformation and Pioneer of the CT guided cryovago…
 
Marijuana has piqued the interest of the medical community for its benefits in various medical conditions. With the recent legalization of marijuana for recreational use in several states here in the US, it would be extremely helpful to dig deep into what direct impacts marijuana has on obesity. Dr. Rachna Patel, a well-known specialist in the fiel…
 
In this episode, Obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Dr. Nicholas Pennings interviews Dr. Louis Aronne, keynote speaker from Overcoming Obesity 2020 - Virtual, about harnessing technology to enhance obesity treatment. Topics covered include technology tools for connecting with patients, such as video visits, remote pati…
 
Traci Dickson is a San Francisco Bay Area transplant originally from the South. She and her husband have lived in the Bay Area since 2015 and now consider themselves natives. Traci is a wife, a sister, a Pet-mom to 4 furbabies, and a compliance professional working in the Medical Devices industry. Traci has struggled with her weight her whole life …
 
All of us have some bad habits that we have been longing to give up but just can’t. For some of us, that bad habit is smoking. However, we hear stories of immediate weight gain after quitting, and we ask ourselves, “Is it really worth it?” If that is your question, then join us in today’s episode of the Decoding Obesity Podcast! Hopefully, by the e…
 
Traci Dickson is a San Francisco Bay Area transplant originally from the South. She and her husband have lived in the Bay Area since 2015 and now consider themselves natives. Traci is a wife, a sister, a Pet-mom to 4 furbabies, and a compliance professional working in the Medical Devices industry. Traci has struggled with her weight her whole life …
 
In today’s society, alcohol is viewed as a symbol of celebration and fun. It is normal to expect alcohol at a party, an event, or even at the end of a long day at work. But so many people and their families are suffering because of alcohol, sometimes mentally, but oftentimes physically. This led me to think about how alcohol can play a role in some…
 
In this episode, OMA Chief Science Officer, Harold Bays, MD, FOMA, FTOS, FACC, FNLA, FASPC interviews Laura Davisson, MD, MPH, FACP, to discuss a recent article on the comparison of Metformin and lifestyle intervention in diabetes prevention. Topics covered include the success of the intensive lifestyle intervention of the Diabetes Prevention Progr…
 
Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Diseases (NAFLD) is the most common chronic liver condition in the United States. It’s estimated that about 25 percent of adults in the U.S. have NAFLD. In today’s podcast episode, we will delve into the link between obesity and liver health with Dr. Marine Lipartia. She is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Obesity …
 
Everything we experience makes up our story – times and triumph and strife over years create who we are and how we see ourselves. This is my story I was verbally abused throughout most of my childhood by my stepfather I was sexually abused by a neighbor My dad died when I was six I didn’t know how to cope with all this, so I figured it out. JOIN TH…
 
Are you considering or about to undertake weight loss surgery? Going under the knife is a big step and commitment to make. You must be ready to make lifestyle changes that would make your surgery a long-term success. Vera Lee Curnow is an ordinary woman with an extraordinary story to share, including her journey to undergo bariatric surgery which t…
 
In this episode, obesity medicine specialist and OMA clinical education director, Dr. Nicholas Pennings interviews Gary Taubes, keynote speaker from Obesity Medicine 2021 - Virtual, about the impact of sugar on nutrition. Topics covered include: the relative risk of sugar on health, comparing non-nutritive sweeteners and sugar, the contribution of …
 
The SpaceX rocket took years to create, every possible contingency was considered, and when it was ready, they sent it all the way into space. The fire cracker is temporary, short term – it makes some noise, but for the most part it’s …forgettable A ROCKET is long term, well thought out, and its endurance is the only noise it needs. A rocket doesn’…
 
Menopause can be a challenging experience for women when the body goes through a lot of hormonal changes and physical symptoms. But it may be managed if you arm yourself with the right information and take action. Bringing her expertise and experience to the table is Dr. Michelle Gordon of the Menopause Movement to discuss this in detail.…
 
Is it safe for women to lose weight during pregnancy? What are the risks to women during pregnancy due to excess weight? Dr. Jennifer Roelands is back on the podcast to help us understand this better. Listen in to know how obesity affects pregnancy and how women can become healthier during their pregnancy.…
 
Can you lose weight with intermittent fasting? Studies show that intermittent fasting is yet another tool in our arsenal that is effective for weight loss. However, many people find it difficult to fast. So how do you go about doing it? In this episode, Gin Stephens shares with us her weight loss journey. Listen in to know how intermittent fasting …
 
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