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EP 3 - How to Fight FATflammation

Summary: Are you consistently overweight, no matter what you do?
Air Date: 9/5/17
Duration: 23:09
Guest Bio: Lori Shemek, PhD
Lori-Shemek1Lori Shemek is well known as a pioneer in creating global awareness of low-level inflammation and how it is responsible for and the core cause of most illness, disease, faster aging and weight gain. She has been sending out the message about inflammation long before it was a buzz word.

Dr. Lori has uncovered the pathway to the core cause of weight: inflamed fat cells that not only promote unwanted excess weight gain and belly fat, but poor health as well.

She is a Nutrition and Weight Loss expert, a best-selling author and specializes in weight loss resistance. She has helped many people to once and for all lose the weight and feel better fast. She shows people how to spot sneaky foods that create weight gain, to kick sugar addiction to the curb, and shift from eating the wrong foods to the exact foods that burn fat.

Dr. Shemek is the author of How To Fight FATflammation! and the best-selling author of Fire-Up Your Fat Burn! She is a leading health and weight loss expert and also known as “The Inflammation Terminator.” She has made it her mission to help clients lose weight and educate the public on the toxic effects of certain foods and lifestyle choices and how they create inflammation in the body resulting in weight gain. She is a leading authority on inflammation and its role in weight loss, preventing disease and optimizing health.

The Huffington Post has recognized Dr. Shemek twice as one of the Top 16 Health and Fitness Experts, alongside such names as Dr. Oz and David Zinczenko, author of Eat This, Not That. The Huffington Post has also recognized her as one of the Top 35 Diet and Nutrition Experts. Lori is a health contributor to Fox News; she is also a health expert for the ABC TV show, Good Morning Texas.

Dr. Shemek holds a Doctorate in Psychology; she is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and a Certified Life Coach.

She has been a featured guest on numerous radio talk shows as well as TV; she has been interviewed in CNN, Fox News, The Ricki Lake Show – Friends of Ricki, Dr. Oz’s Good Life Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, Shape Magazine, Woman’s Day Magazine, Health Magazine, Redbook Magazine and many others. Lori has authored numerous articles and is actively doing speaking engagements for events, organizations, large and small.
  • Book Title: How To Fight FATflammation!
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/DrLoriShemek
  • Guest Twitter Account: @LoriShemek
EP 3 - How to Fight FATflammation
Are you consistently overweight, no matter what you do? Have you tried everything? Are you plagued by stubborn fat hanging around your hips, thighs, and belly? Well, there's a reason for that. All those frustratingly pointless diets and exercise regimes have failed to address the root cause of weight gain.

According to Dr. Lori Shemek, a successful diet isn't centered on calories or cardio. She says, "Cutting calories doesn't cut it." Our problems with fat are created because we eat foods that cause the body's natural fat cells to become inflamed.

Sadly, the staples of the Standard American Diet -- from pasta and bread to factory-farmed chicken and cattle, from sugar and artificial sweeteners to salad dressing and soft drinks -- irritate our fat cells, causing chronic inflammation and chronically oversized fat cells. This irritation causes the body to store fat permanently, no matter how hard you exercise or how diligently you cut back on calories.

Dr. Shemek calls this serious condition FATflammation, and only when you decrease the inflammation of the fat cells can you achieve the weight loss and optimum health you've been chasing. We need to forget about counting calories, counting points, fad diets, no-fat diets, and spending countless hours at the gym. 

Dr. Shemek joins Dr. Bond to discuss the idea behind FATflammation, as well as the following key topics: 

  • Core Underlying Cause of Weight Gain
  • Low-Level Inflammation
  • The Calorie Myth
  • The Fat Myth
  • Gut Health
  • Foods Many Believe are Healthy (But Are Not)
  • Supplements are Necessary for Optimal Health

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