There are many websites where you can get health information, so why choose this one? With my 30 years of experience in the health and fitness field as well as my academic credentials, everything I recommend for your health is based on the most current research. I don’t follow the latest fad or cherry-pick research to support my point of view. My recommendations aren’t based on the type of nutritional products I sell, because I don’t sell any. That’s not what I do.
I base what I do on three core beliefs:
Everyone can be healthier
Everyone can have more energy
Everyone can perform better
I can’t tell you that you’ll have perfect health, but I know you can be healthier than you are right now.
I can’t say you’ll have unlimited energy to do everything you’ve ever wanted to do, but you can have more than you do right now.
I can’t tell you that you’ll perform better in every area of your life, but if you’re healthier and have more energy, you can do more and do better.
There’s no single solution that will work for everybody. We’re all genetically different and lead different lives, and what may work for one person won’t work for another. It just doesn’t make sense to force a square peg into a round hole. I'll give you options so you can find the solution that works for your body and your life.
One thing I absolutely believe is that health is a choice. It all depends on one thing:
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The Current Message
The author of the opinion article in JAMA recommended that physicians make their patients aware of the research that questions the effectiveness of supplementation, hence his title “Negligible Benefits, Robust Consumption.” In making that recommendation, he gives the precise reason why that’s a bad idea. As I said Thursday, the answer can be found in the data used in the original article in JAMA about supplementation use in the U.S.
Join me for my seminar Supplementing for Health on November 20 in Chicago, and you'll learn how to be healthy and how to deal with health challenges.
First we'll talk about building a foundation in what we eat and the supplements we take. Then I'll cover what to do for better skin, and the latest in sports nutrition for the recreational athlete.
New this time around: pregnancy, breastfeeding, losing that baby weight, and supplementation for kids from birth through pre-school.
I'll also talk about degenerative conditions such as arthritis and digestive issues, and then I'll finish by talking about the energy crisis we face: the human energy crisis. So much to do and not enough energy to do it.
You can read more about this seminar and reserve your space by following this link or going to the Store at drchet.com; cost is only $20 in advance or $25 at the door. This time, there's a limit on available seats; once they're sold, there will be no more available.
Supplementing for Health
Sunday November 20
2 – 5 p.m.
Holiday Inn Express
3031 Finley Rd
Downers Grove, IL 60515