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"Weight Management Myths, Obstacles and Solutions: A New Paradigm for Successful Weight Loss"

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Weight loss is a multi-billion dollar a year industry. Despite this huge market, many people struggle with programs and products that over promise and under deliver. People are left feeling frustrated and discouraged because their weight loss goals have not been met. The problem is that most of the information available today does not address the major obstacles to weight loss. Hawthorn University faculty member Dr. Maki has developed an effective weight management program and will discuss the following three major weight loss roadblocks he has identified: • Hormonal Imbalance • Neurotransmitter Imbalance • Food Allergies Losing weight is a complex biochemical process. If these three roadblocks are not properly addressed, success will be limited. In this webinar you will learn the essential solutions to achieve your healthy weight loss goals, and for the clients you work with. Robert Maki, ND has a passion for helping people live an emotionally balanced and physically thriving life. Since 2003, Dr. Maki has helped hundreds of patients lose weight, restore health and improve their overall quality of life. Since a young age, Dr. Maki has always had a fascination with health and medicine. He certainly practices what he preaches, following a consistent diet and exercise regimen to maintain his energy and vitality. After creating a radically new lifestyle based on wellness in his mid 20′s and seeing amazing changes, Dr. Maki became inspired to base his career path on helping others reclaim their health and purpose in life. Dr. Maki received a bachelor's degree in Biology from the College of St. Scholastica, and a Doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in 2003. Dr. Maki is board certified and state licensed in California to practice medicine. Dr. Maki maintains his private practice in San Francisco, CA, which is focused on weight loss and other hormonal problems such as diabetes and thyroid issues. In addition to his practice, Dr. Maki is a faculty member at Hawthorn University. Prior to his transition to the bay area, Dr. Maki served as the Director of Nutrition at Lifespan Medicine in Santa Monica, CA, where he had the privilege to work with many amazing people from the entertainment industry.

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