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Despite BILLIONS of dollars spent on pharmaceutical research, diabetes and obesity rates continue to rise. Plus, there are MORE THAN 70 diabetes drugs being prescribed in the U.S. alone, and NONE of them fix the root causes or stop progression of the disease.
The Diabetes Essentials Masterclass is not only for people with diabetes and pre-diabetes, but also for anyone concerned about their metabolic health, who wants an organized, step-by-step approach to address the core factors involved in normalizing and balancing blood sugar.
Module One: Understanding Diabetes From A New Perspective
It's time to re-think diabetes. In Module One, you'll learn how to see type 2 diabetes in a new way, and how to address the root cause using nutrition and lifestyle modification. We'll go over the main types of diabetes, how it's diagnosed, and what to watch out for, and uncover the root cause of type 2 and pre-diabetes so that you can learn to control and master your blood sugar.
Featuring: Dr. Alan Christianson, Dr. Jeffrey Bland, Dr. Datis Kharrazian, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Jack Wolfson, Dr. Jake Kushner, Dr. Michael Murray, Nina Teicholz, Dr. Joseph Pizzorno, Dr. Tony Hampton, Sachin Patel
Module Two: Diabetes Nutrition - Cutting Through The Hype And Confusion
In Module Two, we'll discuss the history of diabetes nutrition, ADA recommendations, and what the research really shows about the best dietary strategies for diabetes management. Learn which foods to avoid, and how to construct an optimal diet for healthy blood sugar, including various strategies including plant-based and low carb, ketogenic diets.
Featuring: Dr. Alan Christianson, Cassie Bjork, RD, Dr. Sarah Hallberg, Ivor Cummins, Dr. Peter Osborne, Robb Wolf,
Dr. Vincent Pedre, Dr. Eric Westman, Mark Sisson, Dr. David Jockers, Dr. Ted Naiman
Module Three: The Diabetes Game Plan - How To Plan, Prepare, Shop, And Cook For Success
In Module Three, you'll learn to find your core motivation and set effective short and long term goals to guide you toward better blood sugar and health. We'll outline a detailed game plan, help you prepare your home for change, navigate the grocery store, plan your weekly menu and meals, and create a strategy for traveling, holidays, vacations, and eating out at restaurants.
Featuring: Christa Orecchio, Stephen Ezell, JJ Virgin, Melissa Kathryn, Dr. Michael Murray, Razi Berry, Donna Gates,
Dr. John Dempster
Module Four: Move Your Body - Using Physical Activity Strategies To Optimize Blood Sugar
Learn all about the five types of physical activity, how they benefit diabetes and blood sugar, and ways to incorporate them into your life. In Module Four, we'll discuss the best strategies to set up, plan, and start an effective physical activity program, as well as how to balance and schedule the various types of activity for long term health and blood sugar control.
Featuring: Ari Whitten, Dr. Ben Bikman, Dr. Bret Scher, Dr. Jake Kushner, Dr. Mark Menolascino, Mike Mutzel, Dr. Dan Pompa, Robb Wolf, Dr. Tom O'Bryan, Mark Sisson, Ben Greenfield, Dr. Rodger Murphree
Module Five: Getting Checked-Using Labs And Exams To Stay Safe And Maintain Your Health
In Module Five, you'll learn all about basic and advanced lab testing to understand the underlying mechanisms for diabetes, pre-diabetes, and blood sugar problems, as well as the most important exams that you need to protect your health. We'll discuss blood glucose self-monitoring in detail and give practical tips and strategies to make the process of self-testing simple and effective.
Featuring: Andrea Nakayama, Dr. Ann Shippy, Dr. Datis Kharrazian, Dave Feldman, Ivor Cummins, Dr. Jill Carnahan, Dr. Jody Stanislaw, Joseph Cohen, Dr. Jolene Brighten, Dr. Mark Menolascino, Dr. David Perlmutter, Dr. Dan Pompa, Dr. Tom O'Bryan, Dr. Casey Means, Dorian Greenow
Module Six: How Stress Effects Blood Sugar And The Mental Side Of Diabetes
Learn how stress hormones, like cortisol and adrenaline, affect the liver and impact blood sugar levels. In Module Six, we'll discuss the three major types of stressors, and how to evaluate and address them.. We'll also talk about the connection between diabetes, anxiety, depression, and food addiction, and detail how to structure an effective plan to keep you balanced and healthy.
Featuring: Dr. Anna Cabeca, Ari Whitten, Christa Orecchio, Dr. Jody Stanislaw, Dr. Kirk Parsley, Marcelle Pick FNP, Niki Gratrix, Sachin Patel, Dr. Robert Silverman, Dr. Elena Villaneuva, Lloyd Burrell, Jodi Cohen
Module Seven: Medications And Supplements - The Biochemistry Of Diabetes Management
In Module Seven, you'll get an overview of diabetes medications, including their benefits and potential side effects. We'll also break down nutritional supplements, discussing what the research shows about what works. Learn how to talk to your doctor to negotiate a good medication and supplement strategy for you.
Featuring: Dr. Bret Scher, Cassie Bjork RD, Christa Orecchio, Dr. Geo Espinosa, Dr. Sarah Hallberg, Dr. Jack Wolfson, Dr. Ken Brown, Marcelle Pick FNP, Dr. Mariza Snyder, James Maskell, Dr. Peter Osborne, Dr. Eric Westman, Dr. Lindsey Elmore, Dr. Eric Zielinkski
Module Eight: Working Through Challenges To Reach Your Goals And Stay In Control
Challenges are inevitable when dealing with diabetes and blood sugar imbalance. In Module Eight, learn the best strategies to prevent and solve problems to stay on course and in control. We'll discuss how build a comprehensive diabetes care team and how to get the support you need, including online and offline options to help you reach your goals, and avoid major pitfalls.
Featuring: Andrea Nakayama, Jonathan Bailor, Dr. Sarah Hallberg, Dr. Jake Kushner, Dr. Jody Stanislaw, James Maskell, Dr. Mark Menolascino, Sachin Patel, Evan Brand,
Dr. Christine Schaffner
Module Nine: Special Topics - Exploring Ideas For Achieving Better Blood Sugar
In Module Nine, we'll look at the latest research on special strategies to improve blood sugar and beat diabetes, such as a plant-based diet, fasting, ketogenic diet, and a very low calorie approach. We'll challenge the status quo and discuss when to use one or more of these techniques, as well as cautions regarding how to stay safe while trying a new approach.
Featuring: Dr. Jeff Bland, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Sarah Hallberg, Dr. Jody Stanislaw, Dr. Josh Axe, Lily Nichols, RD, Maria Emmerich, Dr. David Perlmutter, Robb Wolf, Robyn Openshaw, Dr. Roy Taylor, Dr. Dominic D'Agostino
Module Ten: How To Stay Motivated For Successful Long Term Blood Sugar Health
Learn to establish and re-evaluate your core motivation to stay anchored to your big why in regards to health, diabetes, and blood sugar control. In Module Ten, we'll discuss how and when to update your goals, how to cope with "diabetes burnout", and how to understand, prevent, and address self-sabotaging behaviors, including using support and coaching.
Featuring: Ari Whitten, Jonathan Bailor, Dr. Jeff Bland, Cassie Bjork RD, Melissa Kathryn, Dr. Michael Murray, Niki Gratrix, Razi Berry, Dr. Richard Bernstein, Dr. Mark Hyman
Alan Christianson, NMD
Anna Cabeca, DO
Michael Murray, ND
Dr. Tom O'Bryan
Bret Scher, MD
Dr. Datis Kharrarian
Jack Wolfson, DO
Marcelle Pick, FNP
Mark Hyman, MD
Dr. Eric Zielinkski
Dr. David Jockers
Casey Means, MD
Dr. Rodger Murphree
Sarah Hallberg, DO
Cassie Bjork, RD
Ann Shippy, MD
Geo Espinosa, ND
Jolene Brighten, ND
Ken Brown, MD
Dr. Mariza Snyder
Dr. Robert Silverman
Dr. Christine Schaffner
Lindsey Elmore, PharmD
Tony Hampton, MD
Jason Fung, MD
Ben Bikman, PhD
David Perlmutter, MD
Jake Kushner, MD
Joseph Pizzorno, ND
Mark Menolascino, MD
Ted Naiman MD
Dr. John Dempster
Richard Bernstein, MD
Jody Stanislaw, ND
Dr. Dan Pompa
Eric Westman, MD
Jeff Bland, PhD
Jill Carnahan, MD
Dr. Josh Axe
Lily Nichols, RD
Mike Mutzel, MS
Dr. Peter Osborne
Kirk Parsley, MD
Dr. Elena Villanueva
Dominic D'Agostino, PhD
Roy Taylor, MD
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