Statistics show that men do not take their health as seriously as women. With heart disease and cancer as the #1 and #2 killers of men, a global pandemic, AND anxiety/stress levels soaring; maybe it's time for guys to take a serious look at their health. And there is no one better to discuss this hot topic than Functional Medicine Physician, Dr. Cory Rice. After spending some time in Internal Medicine, Dr. Rice identified a profound need for a more directed focus on prevention and wellness, he opened a private practice that specializes in Functional and Lifestyle Medicine.
Todays Guest: Dr. Cory Rice
For all of you Baylor fans, Dr. Rice graduated from Baylor University and then on to pursue medicine at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. Completing his internship and residency at Methodist Medical Center of Dallas, he was chosen as Chief Resident during his final year. After spending some time in Internal Medicine and identifying a profound need for a more directed focus on prevention and wellness, he opened a private practice that specializes in Functional and Lifestyle Medicine. Dr. Rice specializes in bio identical hormone replacement and nutrition based chronic disease management. Receiving several awards and recognition for his tremendous work, he has become a popular guest speaker and can often be seen on local DALLAS TV and heard on local and national radio.
You can find more information on Dr. Cory Rice at https://mymodernmedicine.com/
Host: Jennifer Pickett
One of the country’s leading dietitians, Jennifer Pickett has just announced that she will be launching a brand new podcast focusing on healthy living, holistic self-care, and encouragement. Jennifer has a Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Southern Mississippi and will be giving away free tips to her listeners that she has given to countless clients as a health and wellness expert for the past twenty-three years. Jennifer’s journey began after getting frustrated with her own health journey so she decided to dig deep and see what she was missing. What she discovered was a very lopsided approach to healthy living. It’s very common for people to simply rely on a diet, an exercise routine, or a supplement. This one-sided approach simply leads to frustration and doesn’t fully address the whole body and holistic health. Jennifer quickly identified barriers that were holding her back from living life to the fullest. By addressing those obstacles, she started to see the beauty of harmony between body, mind, and soul.
During her personal health journey, Jennifer became increasingly frustrated with the lack of simple, realistic, and holistic wellness information. After identifying this gap and huge need, Jennifer decided to launch her own company so she could coach and encourage others. That company is called Healthy Harmony. By using encouraging words with simple and realistic education, Jennifer empowers others to conquer obstacles and move forward on their health journey to live life to the fullest and that is exactly what she will be doing in her new podcast, Healthy Harmony.
The podcast will be weekly and will feature several different segments with Jennifer giving healthy lifestyle tips, cooking recipes, and exclusive interviews with other leading health and lifestyle influencers. Jennifer will simultaneously be releasing interactive cooking videos on her personal YouTube channel starting mid-January. She will be teaching viewers how to make simple, healthy meals that anyone can cook at home.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inspirehealthyharmony/message
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