Over 70% of adults in the US are overweight or obese, a trend that has been growing. There are endless fad diets and tips for losing weight out there, and a lot of it is conflicting information. It is important to understand the science behind healthy weight loss in order to separate fact from fiction.
In the first part of this course, Dr. Julie Chen discusses the science behind healthy weight loss and practical tips for lifestyle changes that can help you lose and maintain a healthy weight. In the second part, Mr. John Miller explores the role of protein in weight loss and reviews the clinical study behind NeoLifeShake that has vaildated its role in a weight management program along with multiple other benefits.
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John R. Miller
NeoLife Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)
Originally an electronics engineer from Silicon Valley, California, Mr. Miller’s experience in product science and technology dates back to 1966. Following a brief career at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in Moffet Field, California, he switched career paths and moved into product manufacturing. In his 50+ years of experience with NeoLife, Mr. Miller has researched, developed, and marketed more than 500 products in more than 50 countries. Mr. Miller has been an integral part of NeoLife’s SAB for 40+ years. He is also a member of the American College of Nutrition, The American Society for Nutrition, The American Botanical Council and The New York Academy of Sciences.
His ongoing areas of interest include emerging science of nutrition at the health/disease interface, promoting health awareness, protecting freedom of choice, and advancing environmental sensitivity.
Dr. Julie Chen
NeoLife Global Science Network
Dr. Chen is board certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has received formal training in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine in Tucson, Arizona.
As part of the NeoLife Global Science Network, Dr. Chen is passionate about our movement to end the trend. She has been on various TV show segments including Dr. Oz, The Doctors, Bay Area Kron 4 and ABC, to name a few. Dr. Chen has also been published in national magazines and websites including Whole Living, Men’s Health, Huffington Post Blog and more.
Dr. Chen’s passionate project for the last ten years has been her integrative medicine clinic in San Jose, California. Her brand of medicine uses nutrition, nutrients and herbal supplements, with clinical research behind them, to help patients achieve their health goals. She calls this foundational medicine, “common sense medicine.” Our bodies are machines first and foremost, she says, and what we fuel them with absolutely affects health – both positively and negatively.