REVERSING DIABETES WITH DIET AND LIFESTYLE


REVERSING DIABETES WITH DIET AND LIFESTYLE

Presentation by Dr. Hans Diehl at the "Real Truth About Health" Conference 2015. (1:25 hrs)

Hans Diehl, DrHSc, MPH, FACN, founder of the program and clinical professor of Preventive Medicine at Loma Linda University, uses his years of experience in the area of ​​lifestyle medicine and charismatic presentation style to guide participants to through the fascinating research that surrounds dietary and lifestyle choices. our health.

Hans teaches an affordable lifestyle enrichment program designed to reduce disease risk factors through the adoption of better health habits and appropriate lifestyle modifications. The goal is to reduce blood cholesterol, hypertension and blood sugar levels and reduce excess weight. This is done by improving dietary choices, improving daily exercise, increasing support systems and decreasing stress, helping to prevent and reverse the disease.

Han's recommendations are based on the fact that 75% or more of our Western diseases are "lifestyle-related," according to the Surgeon General of the United States [1]. These diseases are related to our processed diet; lack of exercise; excessive use of cigarettes, alcohol and caffeine; higher levels of stress; and the quality of our support systems. These diseases include: Heart disease Stroke Hypertension Diabetes Overweight Certain adult cancers Diverticular disease Constipation Heartburn Arthritis Impotence Depression / Anxiety Fatigue

As National Institutes of Health supported fellow research on cardiovascular epidemiology at Loma Linda University, Dr. Diehl evaluated the impact of the Pritikin Longevity Center where he directed research and the departments of health education . As a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles, he contributed to the establishment of the UCLA Health Improvement Center. He holds a Ph.D. in Health Sciences with an emphasis in Lifestyle Medicine, and a Masters in Public Health Nutrition from Loma Linda University. He serves as a consultant for the Comprehensive Health Improvement Project (CHIP) now owned by the Lifestyle Medicine Institute, LLC, based in Loma Linda, CA. He is a clinical professor of Preventive Medicine at the University of Loma Linda, Faculty of Medicine.

Dr. Diehl is very much in demand as a stimulating speaker. His message is that people do not have to die of Western killer diseases. Its Comprehensive Health Improvement Project (CHIP) has been implemented in several countries that affect entire cities, either "live" or through a sophisticated set of videos with trained CHIP facilitators. More than 60,000 graduates have learned how disease processes can change. His research has been published in more than 30 articles, most published in medical journals and textbooks that show that most people with essential hypertension, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and heart disease can reverse these diseases and, often weeks simplifying their usual lethal American diet. In addition, overweight people learn to eat more and lose weight permanently.

It was chosen by a national health magazine as "one of the 20 superheroes of America in the health movement. These scientists, through research, education, advocacy and public relations, have brought new intelligent and good voices. discussed in health care discussion "(Vegetarian Times) His books Health Power and Dynamic Living (co-authored with Dr. Aileen Ludington) have sold more than 2 million copies and have been translated into 19 languages. He and his wife, Dr. Lily, live in Loma Linda, California.

Video credits to Hans Diehl YouTube channel





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