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Kick Start Your Metabolism: A Patient Driven Challenge

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If you’ve been reading our blogs, you’ll know that aside from barn building, gardening mishaps,
and the subliminal messages about how an individual’s life could be improved by goat
ownership (ahem, husband), we are pretty passionate about a healthy diet being a way of life.
We’ve touched on keto, low carb, timed eating and fasting in various sorts.

Well, we’ve decided it may be time to put these words in to action. Afterall, we are not “Stasis
Medicine”, we are “Action Medicine”. (I felt the collective preemptive eye roll for that last
sentence, but I’m sticking with it).

What I am getting at, in the most verbose way possible, is that we would like see how many
people are interested in kick starting their metabolism, losing excess weight, and just feeling

What I’m proposing is 12 weeks of dedication. Dr. Tremblay will give a lecture that can be
watched at your convenience on fasting methods. If you’re still on board, we’ll sign you up for a
12 week commitment of meal planning, blood sugar checks, measurements of your cholesterol
before and after, weight monitoring, and information to help keep you motivated. Perhaps,
there could be a support group amongst the Action Medicine Facebook page, but that would
need to be self initiated (we will not disclose your information to others…HIPPA and all. )

If you are interested, please let the office know, either by phone: 781-767-0910 (how do you
not have us on speed dial by now??) or by email at [email protected]. (Max is
usually answering those, so please be sure to say “hi”.) If you guys seem interested, we will
work on a way to launch the program between September/October. If you have any questions,
please contact the office. And, let’s be real here, things aren’t operating as they should in the
world sooo…. You probably have a little free time on your hands.

  • Brooke Rieth FNP

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