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Professor Boyd Swinburne is the director of Deakin University's WHO Collaborating centre for Obesity Prevention and Related Research and Training. Boyd's WHO centre covers four key sections including: 1. Obesity Research groups. 2. Co-Ops Collaboration. 3. Advocacy for Obesity Prevention. 4. International activities.
 
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Obesity Sucks

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Obesity Sucks

Jennifer Templeton

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Welcome to Obesity Sucks where we talk about what matters. Daily affirmations, inspirations, and hope towards a brighter future. What it is like to battle this disease and how it does not define those who struggle with it. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/obesitysucks/support
 
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Decoding Obesity

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Decoding Obesity

Avishkar Sabharwal, M.D., Dipl. ABOM

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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 ...
 
LaQuincy Gilmore, the CEO/Founder of G-Powered Kitchen welcomes you to Chefs VS. Obesity, where we talk about the future of culinary nutrition, and culinary entrepreneurship. Make sure to write notes when listening to this podcast, you will learn the game and how to make serious health choices from the PRO's. Get our merch at: ChefsVSObesity.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chefsvsobesity/support
 
Obesity and diabetes are increasingly a burden in modern populations, and whilst the contributions of our lifestyles are well-known, other aspects of the conditions are less clear. Our podcasts on diabetes and obesity highlight the work of our scientists and clinicians to understand the underlying factors of lifestyle and metabolism, molecular and genetic mechanisms, and less common forms of diabetes, to improve management and treatment of these conditions.
 
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The power, of course, isn’t in the habits themselves. You can practice these habits and completely miss the point. But these habits can lead you to focus daily on what matters most JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevolution Join our movement at th…
 
So much of life is completely outside of our control—the people we run into, unfortunate circumstances, our genetics, our ethnicity, and more. Yet many of those uncontrollable things are what cause so much stress, frustration, and anxiety in life. When they seem to turn against us (as they sometimes do), it can drain our energy and block our happin…
 
Being overwhelmed is a type of emotional paralysis where you feel as though you’re unable to cope with or handle your circumstances. You might be feeling overwhelmed because you: listen now to find out why! JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevoluti…
 
You may know there’s an obesity epidemic, but you might not know how truly shocking the numbers are. In fact, obesity rates have just about doubled since 1980 in over 70 countries. You’ll be shocked how the U.S. fared. JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobe…
 
Everything we experience makes up our story times and triumph and strife over years create who we are and how we see ourselves. JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevolution Join our movement at theobesityrevolution.com https://www.contactmypoliticia…
 
Joe Mattern thru social media is known as the #600PoundCEO and he is the Chief Executive Officer of Orlando based Mattern Aerospace. He is currently 56 years of age, standing at 72” tall, current weight: 600 pounds, with a present BMI of 81.4. Mr. Mattern is both a gifted open water and pool swimmer and between the years of 2017-2021 open water swa…
 
This is a must listen to episode! Part 2 If you believe or ever believed eating healthy was to expensive. Robert and Sean will demystify this myth! Folks across America are under the misconception that you need to have mega bucks to eat healthy. If you follow these guidelines and implement the following choices, you will save an incredible amount o…
 
This is a must listen to episode! Part 1 If you believe or ever believed eating healthy was to expensive. Robert and Sean will demystify this myth! Folks across America are under the misconception that you need to have mega bucks to eat healthy. If you follow these guidelines and implement the following choices, you will save an incredible amount o…
 
Psychological blocks – they are invisible, until they aren’t. Instead, they are smacking you in the face and you do what ever you can to avoid facing them – deflection, redirection, avoidance, concentrating on something else so you don’t have to pay attention to the real issue. We all do it on some level and for those of us fighting obesity, it onl…
 
Are you looking to add more fitness and exercise into your routine and understand the barriers and challenges you might face despite suffering from obesity? In this episode, we discuss a recent study titled Physical Activity Motives, Barriers, and Preferences in People with Obesity: A Systematic Review. P.S. I will be taking a short break from podc…
 
Adversity is a difficult situation or event. More often than not we let it control us. It can either make us or break us, but we need to be in control of it, and not let it control us. Adversity is there to build our character… JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/grou…
 
Last year, I had Sean Mulroney on the show, and he shared his story about how he lost over 100 pounds and got started with his personal trainer. So I thought it might be a good idea to get one of his personal trainers on the show to get her perspective on how she helped Sean and what were the challenges that she faced while training Sean. Jamie Gil…
 
Exercise is essential for our overall health. But often our body puts limitations on how much exercise we can perform and what exercises we can perform. This is especially true for people with a larger body size. Join me as I discuss this very topic with Michael Johnson. He has been a clinical exercise physiologist and currently works in a weight m…
 
One of the biggest assumptions is if you're obese you can't be successful in business, and we're a drain on society. Listen to Tom Legens story how he struggles with obesity, but has been successful starting and running a multi-six figure business. Check out his website and go like his Facebook page! webarc.tech https://www.facebook.com/webarctechn…
 
Exercise is an essential part of overall health but it is also important for obesity. We had Jessica Callear on the previous episode talk about how to increase physical activity in children. We've often seen ads for gyms and other exercise programs promising the moon with all the testimonials to back them up. But what is the truth? Today, I’m happy…
 
One of the biggest assumptions is if you're obese you can't be successful in business, and we're a drain on society. Listen to Tom Legens story how he struggles with obesity, but has been successful starting and running a multi-six figure business. Check out his website and go like his Facebook page! webarc.tech https://www.facebook.com/webarctechn…
 
Physical activity is one of the best ways you can keep your kids active and healthy. Given how much time kids spend in school and technology, such as video games and TV, getting them to exercise after school has become a challenge for most parents. But, hey! No more worries now! With a few tricks of the trade from Jessica Callear — a certified exer…
 
I want to address the current day-to-day problems obese people face. Lack of facilities, amenities and weight bearing equipment means that this growing population is subjected to a poorer quality of life and ostracized from a society built for ‘normal weight’ people. Many people assume that obese people are always happy as they get to eat what they…
 
I'm starting a new segment on this podcast because I wanted to do something different. I'm going to call it the Journal Club. So what I want to do is get some guests on the show who are experts in their fields and talk about one particular article that may be sort of like a seminal article or something that's going to be of value to you. The articl…
 
Is it all in the genes? How much of obesity is caused by genetics? Does epigenetics or the environment also play a role in obesity? I came across Dr. Yeo, who is a geneticist specializing in obesity. I thought it would be great to have him on the show to discuss this further from his perspective.Autor: Avishkar Sabharwal, M.D., Dipl. ABOM
 
Brett Yoh. Husband, Dad, Engineer & Podcaster. Brett had lost over 200 pounds at his peak, before experiencing some regain, but he will never quit. He will do whatever it takes to reach his goals. Follow Brett at @becomingbrett and @becomimgmorepod JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://…
 
For the past few episodes, we’ve been discussing obesity in children, what causes it, why it is a chronic disease that needs to be treated, the physiological, mental, and emotional implications it brings into the child and family’s life, and the different ways obesity can be managed. Today, we’re going to chat with Drs. Jennifer Paisley and Allen B…
 
We recently had Amelia Sherry on the podcast who shared a wealth of information on preventing disordered eating in children. She also shared that she herself has had some struggles with disordered eating in the past. Today she's here to share her personal journey through her disordered eating and how she's been able to cope with that.…
 
Jam is a Lymphedema warrior, body positive activist, that loves nerdy things and riding her kick scooter around skateparks in Georgia. You can find her story of faith and fighting her disability in the born different series on YouTube. You can also join her journey by becoming a member of JamFam group on Facebook. JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our comm…
 
Life can be tough for all of us sometimes and for some of us. It can seem like life only exists to punch you in the face and kick you when you are down. If that happens enough, it can be very easy to slide into a victim mentality. People who struggle with obesity and the prejudices and challenges that ensue; have to guard against this happening. Ca…
 
This week Cari, Sean, and Tom continue the conversation about how attitudes need to change towards obesity. Legislators and one doctor in Europe are leading the charge towards change. Find out how you can join the ranks and effect change that makes an impact. Join the Obesity Revolution Now. JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at Th…
 
We know the attitude towards people who struggle with obesity needs to change. Sometimes the battle can feel like such an uphill climb but wait until you hear what doctors and politicians are talking about in Europe. Folks, we are making a difference. We just have to keep pushing. Join the revolution and listen to Sean and Tom discuss how you can b…
 
Are you concerned about your child’s weight? The obesity epidemic is growing at an alarming rate. Obesity is defined as a body mass index (BMI) at or above the 95th percentile of the CDC sex-specific BMI-for-age growth charts. Dr. Leigh M. Ettinger’s nearly 17 years as a pediatric nephrologist at Hackensack University Medical Center in Northern New…
 
New Year. New You? Sound familiar; especially this time of year? The new year is upon us and millions of people are getting ready to make millions of resolutions that mostly will fizzle out before they see the end of January. Why is it that we have such a hard time making changes that last a lifetime? JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on face…
 
So many people look down on those that struggle with obesity. Many of those people have never struggled in that area and have zero clue as to how overwhelming the struggle can be. They think it is simple and overweight people just lack discipline and make poor life choices. Join Sean and Tom this week as they tackle being overweight and overwhelmed…
 
Obesity is a complex disease and people with obesity all have their unique experiences with obesity, how they dealt with it, and if they have lost weight, how they have managed to keep it off. We’ve had a number of patients who shared their own weight loss journey but this time, I wanted to bring in a perspective of a physician to also speak about …
 
One of the most difficult things to overcome in any journey where somebody is trying to better themselves, is to be held accountable. It can make you feel exposed when you allow somebody to hold you accountable. On top of that, many do not know how to hold others or even themselves accountable without shaming or coming across as full of condemnatio…
 
Despite the many medical advances happening in today’s day and age, there are still very few who acknowledge obesity as a disease. Hopefully, this episode will help you understand that managing obesity is not only about weight loss but overall metabolic health. We will also discuss how to choose a weight loss clinic right for you and what to expect…
 
Nobody likes the feeling of being dismissed. No other group has been dismissed and misunderstood more than those who struggle with obesity. We deserve to be respected by the healthcare community. We deserve to be accommodated and treated like we matter; especially when the effort is being made and the cooperation seems to be nonexistent. Join us th…
 
Most people struggling with obesity have difficulty changing their habits because they have been struggling with weight all their lives. However, there comes a time in someone’s life when you decide it is time to do something about your weight. In this episode, I chat with Jennifer Espinosa Goswami, who has suffered morbid obesity while growing up …
 
Is there any difference between people who lose weight and are able to keep it off compared to those who lose weight only to gain it all back? It was with this question in mind that the National Weight Control Registry was formed. In this episode, we’re going to discuss significant findings from the National Weight Control Registry and then we’ll t…
 
Have you ever wondered why society is so prejudiced towards people who struggle with obesity? It starts in the media. From the evening news, to sitcoms, to movies; fattertainment has been encouraged and made fun of to the point of making those who struggle seem disgusting or unworthy of love and respect. It is gross and unfair. So how do we tackle …
 
You’ve seen them everywhere, the little “healthy” labels that are on the package of so many foods that we buy. But are they really healthy? Or do companies use these tricks to get us to spend more money? Find out what the marketing industry doesn’t want you to know about these 'health halos' as I’m joined once again by my guest Prajakta Apte.…
 
We all have seen them, but how does one interpret all the numbers on the food labels? What do they really mean for our health? Prajakta Apte, a registered dietician, joins me on this episode to decode the nutrition labels on the back of the food packaging and helps us understand what to look for on a nutrition label.…
 
This might shock you but, people who struggle with obesity and its effects are not primarily looking for you to pity them. A little sympathy is appreciated but even more so, we desire to be treated with the same respect we all deserve. We are not here to entertain you or make you feel better about yourselves. If that is how you see somebody who str…
 
We have discussed eating disorders in detail in the prior episodes. In today's fast paced life, disordered eating is widely prevalent. Disordered eating is certainly different from eating disorders but no less important. Amelia Sherry is a registered dietician and someone who has worked closely and extensively with families, children and parents st…
 
It's time for those with obesity be your own advocate! You are validated and once you understand this it's time to raise our voices and Speak out and Speak up! JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevolution Join our movement at theobesityrevolution.co…
 
In this episode, we get to know Jamie and her story, from when she realized she had a food addiction to how managed to recover from it, losing 240 pounds in the process, to how she is living her life now. She is a Transformative Leadership, Organizational, and Human Experience Strategist, Speaker, and Coach who thrives on guiding leaders, teams, an…
 
YEP! Sean is in the hospital again. Find out what's going on? JOIN THE REVOLUTION! Join our community on facebook at The Obesity Revolution Support Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/theobesityrevolution Join our movement at theobesityrevolution.com TAKE THE CHALLENGE! https://theobesityrevolution.com/21-day-challenge/…
 
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