Over time, the digestive and metabolic processes tend to decline in efficiency, which is why it becomes harder to lose weight and keep it off as you age. As your digestive system begins taking longer to break down food, less energy-providing nutrients are extracted and more calories remain undigested, which then get converted into fat.
Weight loss expert, health guru, and award-winning physician Dr. Jan McBarron of Duke and the Doctor experienced many of the challenges inherent in growing a following on social media when she first began using the most popular platforms to try and engage a wider audience.
Sugar is one of the main culprits behind the obesity epidemic that has swept the globe in recent decades. The United States has been hit particularly hard, with a staggering 39.6% of U.S adults being obese according to data from the latest National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
Many people who strive to balance work and study put together an overly-simple - or more aptly described, superficial - schedule that fails to capture all the tasks they need or want to achieve throughout the day, week and month.
According to Dr. Jan McBarron, an acclaimed and award-winning physician who championed the practice of non-surgical weight loss in the U.S., and who co-hosted along with her husband the popular "Duke & the Doctor" radio show that was repeatedly recognized by Talkers Magazine (a.k.a.
Many people who experience a major setback often need time to decompress and process. However, to stay motivated and persist it is imperative to stay productive. Dr. Jan McBarron shared that in her experience, productivity is a direct result of adhering to key priorities, and of sticking with a robust schedule.
As an award-winning bariatric medical doctor, Jan McBarron, M.D. understands that dropping pounds is no easy task. Here, she's outlined a couple tips that will help you kick off a successful weight loss regimen. Everything's better with a friend at your side.
Board certified bariatric medical professional Dr. Jan McBarron has realized that many struggle to consume the necessary daily nutrients. With the hustle and bustle of modern life, fresh ingredients and balanced meals are an ideal some find strenuous to meet. Smoothies provide a convenient, all-in-one solution for those looking for a nutritious kickstart to their morning.
The idea of a quick fix is what makes fad diets popular, but if you've ever tried one you know their results don't last. To drop pounds and keep them off you need to address the root of the problem...
The healthcare industry is slated to grow 18% from 2016 to 2026, which is much faster by comparison than other industries. There will always be a need for quality healthcare, especially as the Baby Boomers enter retirement. Right now, there are about 40,000 vacant healthcare jobs in the VA area lone, with thousands more throughout the country.
And even though Dr. McBarron worked a well-paying job while in school, she knows the value of a scholarship in relieving financial burdens so that the payoff of the degree is even greater. If you can't come up with the funds for school yourself, you might be inclined to take out a student loan.
According to Dr. Jan McBarron, your body doesn't want to shed pounds. "When you try to lose weight, your body fights back. Even though your body will be better off if you lose weight, it still treats it as a loss, and loss can be scary."
The weight loss industry is worth a whopping $68.2 billion, so of course they want you to believe that you can buy your way down the scale. But many supplements have not been heavily studied, so there isn't much evidence to back up their claims. Regardless, your local heath food store may be your best source for reliable supplement information.
Bariatric medicine is the specialty area of treating patients with obesity. The term often conjures up images of surgery, but that's only a part of what bariatric medicine can offer patients. Dr. Jan McBarron of Duke and the Doctor, an award winning physician situated in Nevada, experienced her own weight loss journey, as well as helped many patients over her 30-year career in private practice.
Social media is getting crowded, especially as more businesses start taking an interest in tapping into social audiences. But because so many businesses are clamoring for attention, it's hard to tell which ones are in it to connect with their customers and which ones are simply trying to make a sale.
It is important to note; however, that meat today is not the same as the meat of our forefathers. Animals used to roam free, and ate grass, insects, or other foods natural to them. Most of the meat we currently consume is born and raised in a factory, fed grain-based feed and are given growth-promoting hormones and antibiotics.
In recent years, however, new studies have shown that fat is not only good for you but is essential in maintaining brain health. To go over the confusion and shed some light on what fats you should incorporate into your diet, we spoke with bariatric physician, doctor and author, Jan McBarron (Duke and The Doctor).
Jan McBarron, who for twenty years co-hosted the Duke and The Doctor health talk radio show, says that scholarships go beyond the financial salvation that they offer. One of their greatest benefits is not the direct financial aid, but that a scholarship removes financial concerns from the decision-making process so that students are not only getting a more affordable education, but one in the field or specialty they really desire.
Scholarships can also provide students with additional resources, including training programs, internship or volunteer opportunities, and help with future job placements. While a merit-based society is certainly ideal, merit also needs to be judged beyond mere grades, which can be heavily skewed by a student's quality of education, upbringing, access to resources, and other factors.
When dealing with patients who are not cooperative with their treatment, the first step is to look inwards and assess the language that you are using. Language is what you are communicating, and it's not just about what you say, either. Body language can speak volumes and it's the first thing you should self-evaluate.
Another key challenge in the moving process is communication. Being proactive here is necessary, as everyone needs to be completely aware of what's happening; you can't afford to leave customers or employees in the dark, and that means working overtime on your outgoing communications in order to keep everyone in the loop.
For many of us, one of the first things we want to do is focus on our home and work on neglected improvements. You'll have plenty of time to focus on spring cleaning and maybe even renovations, taking your ideal home from a concept in your mind to a fulfilled reality.
Speaking of enemies: there are indeed some fatty foes to watch out for on the dietary landscape, and that is where trans fats and saturated fats come into the picture.
Obesity in America has surpassed its previous title of being a problem and is now categorized as a full-blown epidemic. According to statistics published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity now affects a staggering 93.3 million adults in the U.S., and 13.7 million adolescents and children - including some as young as two years old.
If you're thinking about reducing or eliminating red meat from your diet, then according to many nutritionists, dieticians, and other health care professionals such as Jan McBarron, an acclaimed and award-winning bariatric physician who championed the practice of non-surgical weight loss in the U.S., you're definitely on the right track.