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June 1, 2021
Episode 44: The Power of Habits for Weight Loss – Dr. Brad Dieter

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The Power of Habits for Weight Loss –  Dr. Brad Dieter

One of the most complicated puzzles to solve in today’s society is losing weight safely and effectively. What’s even more important is how can you maintain that weight loss once you’ve reached your body weight goal? With over 70% of the US being overweight, there is an increased desire to try any method possible to lose weight. In this episode, Dr. Brad and I talk about the diet and weight loss industry, why have we seen a significant increase in obesity, factors that influence weight loss, and the power of habits and coaching to solve the problem.

Dr. Brad Dieter

Brad Dieter, PhD, is an exercise physiologist, molecular biologist, biostatistician, scientist and entrepreneur whose goal is to bring science and industry together to improve human health. He holds a master’s degree in biomechanics, doctoral degree and post-doctoral fellowship in translational science at Providence Medical Research Center, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital. His research has spanned the translational spectrum utilizing basic science, human trials, and machine learning in large data sets to identify and develop novel therapies and technologies. Currently, he serves as the COO of Macros Inc, Director of Science at Harness Biotechnologies, Chief Scientific Adviser at Outplay Inc, and Scientific Adviser for the National Academy of Sports Medicine

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