Oct 16, 2020
Guest Name and Bio:
Dr. Michael Roizen
Dr. Roizen initiated and developed the RealAge concept to
motivate behavior change. He has served as Cleveland Clinic’s first
Chief Wellness Officer from 2007 to 2019, and founding Chair of its
Wellness Institute. The Clinic’s Wellness Programs helped the
clinic not spend over 1.050 billion dollars for its 101,000
employees and dependents over 11 years compared with national
averages, and help over 43.6% of participants achieve 6+2 normals®
He is certified in Internal Medicine and Anesthesiology. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Williams, AOA from UCSF School of Medicine. He now serves Cleveland Clinic as Chief Wellness Officer Emeritus, and is a Professor, Learner College of Medicine of the Cleveland Clinic at Case Western Reserve University. He has authored over 190 peer reviewed scientific publications (he really is a science nerd), four New York Times #1 best sellers, 9 overall bestsellers including his initial #1 Bestseller in 5 countries, “RealAge: Are You As Young As You Can Be?”, “AgeProof—Living Longer without breaking a hip or running out of money” and his latest book, “What To Eat When: A Strategic Plan To Improve Your Health and Life through Food”, & served 16 years on FDA advisory committees. He helped start 13 companies, co-invented a drug approved by the FDA, and has a weekly podcast now in its 980+ week; he and Dr Oz coauthor a daily column syndicated to over 100 newspapers that translates current scientific reports into actionable steps for lay audiences.
He is a recipient of an Emmy, an Elle, and the Paul Rogers best medical communicator award from the National Library of Medicine, and The United Way of Cleveland Humanitarian of the Year Award. Dr. Roizen is devoted to helping people live younger. He consults with patients in Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Health and Wellness Programs.
What you will learn from this episode:
1) What is the best way to live younger
2) How much of a financial impact healthier living can have
3) What are the most important lab tests we should all be following
4) What are some of the most important supplements we should consider taking
5) What is the optimal way to eat in order to live your best and healthiest life and what are some of the barriers to weight loss
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