It's so easy and painless
Every Dinner with the Doctor program you will hear an informative, insightful health talk by our resident, licensed physician, Dr. Mike Hollie, who specializes in lifestyle medicine and education. You will also enjoy a delicious, whole foods, plant-based dinner plus all the recipes, tips and lecture notes to help you on your journey to a healthier you! You’ll lose weight, reduce your risk of chronic diseases and learn how naturally delicious, healthy foods can be. Ready to start your new life?
So many people have a misconception that healthy plant-based food is tasteless and bad, and that you suffer when you opt for that type of diet. What a lie! Here you will experience how tasty and yummy it is!
Relevant topics like: Reversing type 2 diabetes, reducing cholesterol and the risk of heart disease, losing weight, building your immune system and much more. Each health talk is supported by science-based evidence that will teach you how to have a new start in life.
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We don't want you to forget all you've learned when you get home, so we provide all the printed information from the program, plus copies of the recipes for you to recreate at home.
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Tiny Weight Loss Secrets
What little black seeds can help you shed those extra pounds?
The tiny beads known as chia seeds pack some powerful nutrition. They are high in fiber and the heart-healthy omega 3 fats, and they contain a respectable amount of protein and calcium. Besides all that, they appear to help people lose weight! A recent study compared overweight people who ate about 3 or 4 tablespoons of ground chia seeds per day with those who ate the same amount of oat bran. After 6 months, those eating the chia seeds lost more weight and more inches in the waist compared to those who had the oat bran. So get a little spice grinder and grind the chia seeds. Sprinkle the powder on your cereal, salad or soup. It has a mild enough flavor, you might not even know it's there. Don't eat the seeds or powder dry, though. When chia seeds get wet, they make a gel, and that's best happening in your food and not in your throat.