Thursday, April 24, 2014

The World's Best Discuss Health (Part 3)

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Dr. Tara Dall And Dr. James Greenwald On Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Insulin Resistance, PCOS, And Women's Health

This was a part of a series of talks with the world's best doctors, scientists, and experts coming together to discuss health risks for firefighters, police officers, and other safety employees.

What brought them together was the health of the people who keep the rest of us safe. The topics that are discussed in actuality are more relevant to the rest of the population who are not nearly as active as firefighters and police officers.

It's Not The Passengers, It's The Cars

Understanding the actual risks of cholesterol.

Sugar Has Gotten To A Level That's Toxic

When we think of cholesterol and cardiovascular health, we think about dietary fat. But the experts talk about dietary sugar. Why are we so out of sync with the experts?

Carbs In Our Diets Drives Fats

Affects On The Brain And Women's Health

The Marriage Of Diet And Genetics

Insulin Resistance: The Gateway To Disease

The Hormonal Driver Of Obesity

Exercise - Insulin Sensitivity And Lowering Cortisol

Preventing Diabetes - Early Detection

Accurately Assessing Heart Attack Risk - Cholesterol Panel Is Not Enough

Dr. James Greenwald, MD, Medical Director of Specialty Health. Dr. James Greenwald is board certified in orthopedic surgery and has over 30 years of experience in the orthopedic field. He has served as the team physician for the University of Nevada football and baseball teams for many years. Dr. Greenwald is one of the founding physicians of the SpecialtyHealth Clinic, a Reno, Nevada, based company focusing on cardiac wellness for many of Nevada’s police officers and fire fighters.

Dr. Tara Dall, MD graduated in the first class of Diplomates of the American Board of Clinical Lipidology and is President-Elect of the Midwest Lipid Association; her clinic has been nationally recognized as the first fully certified Level II lipid clinic in the United States. She is also one of a handful of United States physicians treating pediatric dyslipidemia. She attended University of Wisconsin-Madison for undergraduate, medical school training, and family medicine residency. Entering private practice in 2001, she formed the Cholesterol & Lifestyle Center in 2006 with the goal of aggressive detection and treatment of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. In 2008 she formed Advanced Lipidology, Early Detection Center for Heart Disease and Diabetes. She has a special interest in advanced lipid testing and CIMT technology, women’s heart disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and pediatric obesity. A published author in the field of lipidology, she has also been involved in CIMT research in collaboration with University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2010, she co-founded with Bajet Nour, MD, with the hopes of advancing clinical understanding and application of advanced lipid testing.

Read Part 1: Dr. Thomas Dayspring, Gary Taubes, and Dr. James Greenwald talk diet
Read Part 2: Dr. Michael Lucia discusses sleep deprivation and your health
Read Part 4: Dr. Malcolm Bacchus, Dr. Grant Anderson, Dr. Tara Dall, Dr. Peter Attia, Robb Wolf, and Gary Taubes discuss mental health and neurodegenerative diseases

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