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Lifestyles that Lower Your High Blood Pressure

Jenn Zerling, MS
Guest Bio
Guest Bio: Jenn Zerling, MS
Jenn Zerling, MS, CPT (JZ) is a 10-year fitness expert and veteran. She holds a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology and multiple national certifications. She currently works for Cenegenics Medical Institute in Beverly Hills where she is the fitness and nutrition director. She also personal trains, teaches boot camp, yoga, Spinning® classes, and organizes and conducts corporate wellness programs for small companies and the FBI. 

JZ coaches people through lifestyle transformations, so that they can learn sustainable healthy behaviors for life. JZ has managed fitness teams for health clubs including New York Sports Clubs and The Sports Club/LA. JZ has also worked in medical weight loss for Lindora Medical for several years. She presents at fitness conferences and for the Age Management Medical Group (AMMG) Conference and AAHPERD in front of fitness experts, physicians and teachers.  She has also done work for publications including SHAPE magazine, Muscle and Fitness Magazine, Prevention, Yahoo News, and the LA Times. JZ has appeared on Fox TV, NBC, KTLA, KRLA talk radio and ESPN radio. JZ has an extensive background working with people in weight loss and healthy age management.  She is the author of Breaking the Chains of Obesity, 107 tools.

People who have hypertension are usually overweight, stressed and inactive. Aging adults must be reminded that inactivity saps the vigor of the mind and body.

High blood pressure causes the heart to work harder which ages the body and increases mortality.

Fortunately, much of this is avoidable with behavioral modifications.

Join special guest, Jenn Zerling, and Dr. Mike to learn important lifestyle changes that you can start making immediately.
  • Original Air Date Thursday, 18 July 2013
  • Book Title Breaking the Chains of Obesity, 107 tools
  • Host Dr. Michael Smith, MD

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