New Overfat Category - Are You At Risk? Can You Quick Fix?
January 5, 2018
Hosted by Dr. Mary Anne Chase
You might not be obese or overweight, but you may be part of the 76% of the world’s population who are now being labeled “overfat”. It’s a new term being used by doctors to describe patients that may have normal BMIs but have too much fat around the belly that could put them at higher risk for diabetes, stroke, cancer, heart disease and inflammation. Dr. Christine Horner, natural health expert and author of the award-winning book, “Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty,” says 100,000 cancer cases are linked to an increase in body fat each year, in the US and at least 50 other illnesses have direct ties to carrying too much weight around belly. Fortunately, Dr. Horner says our bodies are responsive to even the smallest positive changes. Dr. Horner will share nutrients that are scientifically proven to specifically target belly fat and 5 positive quick-fix habits you should make now that take 15 minutes or less and can reduce inches off your waistline.
The Healing Whisper: A Return to Peace with host Dr. Mary Anne Chase
Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
This show is about learning to listen to your heart. To find those issues of the heart that can keep us stressed out and sick. You will learn about ways of healing energetically, spiritually, and physically. It’s time for learning about ways of healing beyond the prescription pills.
Dr. Mary Anne Chase
Dr. Mary Anne Chase was born and raised in a small town in Oklahoma, attended Oral Roberts University as an undergraduate and then attended dental school at the University of Colorado. She was in private practice as a general dentist for 20 years before retiring. Since retiring, she has been a health and life coach for many individuals.
Mary Anne received training as a Health Coach from Hilton Johnson in 2010 and then was trained as a Certified Healing Codes Practitioner in 2011. Dr. Mary Anne’s heart rests in the healing arts, with life issues of men and women in their mid-years, but especially with dental and medical professionals and their unique stress issues.
Mary Anne feels her greatest award is to have juggled a medical professional career, marriage and the raising of two daughters successfully. She has also received awards in public speaking from Toastmasters International. Mary Anne is also a gardener and sings with her church and a community choir.