Everyone has a story about when they gained the weight. And it is rare that the story involves “healthy food.” To get the excess weight off, and keep it off- means getting rid of food that isn’t healthy and start eating food that is good for you.
The typical story for weight gain goes like this: some life changing event: finishing college, getting in a relationship, getting married, having children. Then eating out a lot, but not eating out at terribly great places. Rather, eating a lot of fast food, or at several chain restaurants. Eating out more – or just “settling in” more.
There’s an illusion that there is no time to cook, no time to shop…always have to hurry in, have dinner and run to the next event.
You can begin to reverse this by altering what you eat and where you eat. Your life changed- now it is time to change it in the right direction. Here is the good news: You can eat at some great places, enjoy some delicious food, and NOT gain weight.
We will show you some of the finest restaurants in the country, and even feature some of the country’s top chefs showing you how to prepare, cook and enjoy some simple food. You will eat better than you ever have before- and you will lose weight.
Dr. Terry Simpson
Dr. Terry Simpson received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Chicago where he spent several years in the Kovler Viral Oncology laboratories doing genetic engineering. He found he liked people more than petri dishes, and went to medical school. Dr. Simpson, a weight loss surgeon is an advocate of culinary medicine. The first surgeon to become certified in Culinary Medicine, he believes teaching people to improve their health through their food and in their kitchen. On the other side of the world, he has been a leading advocate of changing health care to make it more "relationship based," and his efforts awarded his team the Malcolm Baldrige award for healthcare in 2011 for the NUKA system of care in Alaska and in 2013 Dr Simpson won the National Indian Health Board Area Impact Award. A frequent contributor to media outlets discussing health related topics and advances in medicine, he is also a proud dad, husband, author, cook, and surgeon “in that order.” For media inquiries, please visit www.terrysimpson.com.