Health Management Is The Personal Responsibility Of The Individual, Says Dr. Tim Reynolds

Filed under: Health — @ January 11, 2010

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Dr. Tim Reynolds has a passion for seeing people live healthier than ever

Most people erroneously believe that the role of their personal doctor is to make them well when they get sick. Unfortunately, the reality of the matter is many physicians are not equipped or trained to manage your health. Instead they are more apt to provide disease control care visa vi a prescription medication. UGH! Of course, this is the state of mainstream medicine in 2010 with no end in sight. But thankfully there are some medical professionals out there who are bucking the trend in an effort to make a real difference in the lives of their patients and I’m grateful to have one such expert as my interview guest today.

In Episode 324 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we are privileged to hear from emergency care and weight loss specialist Dr. Tim Reynolds who shares what drives him to promote a low-carbohydrate nutritional approach. Hear him discuss why he became a physician, his disappointment in the medical profession being more disease control than health management, why personal responsibility for health is so vital, why people get stuck on the minutia rather than the big picture, why doctors are more apt to prescribe a pill over lifestyle change and why that is so important, the 85/15 principle, why there’s no such thing as “falling off your diet,” the new four-letter “d” word, hidden sugars wreaking havoc on health, why sugar is as addictive as cocaine, why the new sugar-loaded energy drinks are disastrous to health, why sugar gets a free pass while dietary fat is vilified, the importance of keeping a food log, medical myths that still persist like the cholesterol lie that has millions of people taking statin drugs, and why overprescribing antibiotics is making us less immune to disease in the future.

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