obesity rates in the country have been rising, despite the growth of the weight loss industry
We all have similar goals as we journey through life. First learning to walk and talk, then learning the social aspects and who we are in this world.
We then venture into whom we want to share this amazing journey with and what value or careers with which we will grace society.
We are now neck-deep in the balancing act between all that fits into our busy schedule and making time for our health and wellness.
As the famous quote goes: “Don’t use all your health to chase your wealth, only to spend all your wealth later to get back your health” – Joseph Prince
This is where a pro-active approach to one’s health and wellness comes in. Finding that simple way to maximize daily habits that yield amazing, predictable results.
Pro-active health care is a “foundation up” approach.
Start with a strong foundation and the structure stands strong. We have been told from the weight loss industry that it is all about diet and exercise.
The obesity rates in the country have been rising, despite the growth of the weight loss industry. Do you remember your metabolism when you were 20 years old?
One could eat a medium pizza a week and not gain a pound. Once we hit our mid 30’s this is no longer the case. What changed? Our metabolism.
We are extremely efficient in our younger years and we lose this efficiency as we bombard our systems with high calorie, low nutrition foods.
We ingest many things that build up in our systems, slowing down absorption and creating an imbalance in our gut. We drink dehydration drinks that slow our ability to remove toxins and stave off illness.
So what is the answer? Just eat less? Nope! As it turns out, just eating less makes this problem even worse.
When the body thinks it’s starving, survival mechanisms begin to kick in. That mechanism is lowering the metabolism even further and storing energy as body fat.
The solution is actually as easy as adding one step, Balance. Just adding this reset to the foundation allows your body to operate with the efficiency of younger years.
The second step is now the nutrition step. Eat the optimal amount of calories required for your goal weight to boost the metabolic process.
Keeping the food choices from quality sources magnifies the nutrient absorption and reverses the need for the storage of body fat, a virtual flipping of the switch from storing fat to releasing it.
A third step would then be to add exercise. This step increases the rate of change and can create a desired outcome.
So the three steps become Balance, Feed, and Move. Anyone with a desire to reset their baseline efficiency, and in turn begin to reset their metabolism, need only take a free and simple online questionnaire.
By answering a HIPPA compliant list of questions in only a few minutes, an individually designed micronutrient program takes the guesswork out.
The two greatest health tips available are getting the proper amount of sleep per night (an average of 8 hours), and stay properly hydrated (half your body weight in ounces per day).
Adding this Balance step of a proper micro-nutrient program completes the foundational reset program. The assessment is FREE, and the results are produced immediately in your online report.
Our mission is to provide life-changing, personalized, preventive care so members can lead healthier and more productive lives.
ABOUT DR. MARK PINSKY
Dr. Mark Pinsky is an affiliate of MDVIP and is board certified in family medicine by the American Academy of Family Medicine. He completed his doctorate degree from the University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri.
His family practice residency was served at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. In addition, Dr. Pinsky completed a sports medicine fellowship in Cleveland, Ohio, with Lutheran Medical Center in conjunction with Horizon Orthopedics, the team physicians for the Cleveland Indians.
He also has a certificate of additional qualifications in sports medicine from the American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Pinsky speaks nationally for several pharmaceutical companies and serves as the medical director for a home health care agency. Currently he is caring for Viera High athletes and is a partner of Medical Associates of Brevard. To reach Dr. Pinsky, call 321-255-2289.
For more information call Dr. Pinsky at 321-255-2289 or log on to MDVIP.com/MarkPinskyDO
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