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Board-certified critical care physician and best-selling author Dr. Wayne Andersen helps people become intrinsically motivated to discover optimal health. “People use food and do other unhealthy things as a result of struggles they have inside their brain. Everybody knows they need to get healthier; they just don't know how to do it.” Dr. Andersen says we need to be well equipped to be able to go through our day making good choices. “We're making food choices throughout our day that are full of calories and not much nutrition. We should eat smaller meals, healthy food, and balanced protein and carbohydrates all day long. Having excellent support, a solid plan, and the right tools is vital to creating long-term health; diets by themselves are not going to do that.” Listen to this interview to learn how to create optimal health in your life and in the lives of those you love!
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Dr. Wayne Scott Andersen is the co-founder and medical director of Take Shape For Life (TSFL). His groundbreaking books, Dr. A’s Habits of Health and Living a Longer Healthier Life, along with his latest New York Times Best Seller , Discover Your Optimal Health, are a core component of this highly successful program. Dr. A and his wife Lori, the first Take Shape For Life health coaches, have tremendously influenced the 11,000+ TSFL health coaches in America today. An innovator and tireless champion of America’s health, Dr. A is dedicated to providing inspiration to those who want to make a difference in the fight against obesity. He is the former director of the Surgical Critical Care Program and Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at Grandview Hospital.
You can find out more about Dr. Andersen at drwayneandersen.com
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