Dr Paul Kolodzik
Paul Kolodzik, MD is board-certified by both the American Board of Preventive Medicine and the American Board of Emergency Physicians. In a thirty-year emergency room career, he has cared for many patients in crisis and has witnessed firsthand the failures of mainstream diets and the medical system overall, which prioritises medications and surgery over diet and lifestyle changes to prevent and reverse disease. In his metabolic health practice Dr. Kolodzik uses the technology of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), previously used only by diabetics, to help his patients achieve weight loss and improved health.
In his recently published book, The Continuous Glucose Monitoring Revolution for Nondiabetics, Dr. Kolodzik shares how he has helped thousands of patients lose weight and prevent and reverse metabolic diseases such as hypertension, high cholesterol, prediabetes, GERD, sleep apnea, fatty liver disease and others using CGM. In this book, he presents a comprehensive program for metabolic health success using CGMs.
Dr. Kolodzik graduated from the University of Notre Dame and completed medical school and residency at Wright State University where he served as chief resident. He is a founding member of the Society of Metabolic Health Practitioners.
Link to Show Notes on Website
Dr Paul’s Top Tips
- CGMs change lives.
- Dietary changes to include low carb and intermittent fasting.
- Strength / Weight training is more critical than cardiovascular training.
Don’t skip leg day
Dr Paul’s Book
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