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Debbie Movsesian
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Debbie Movsesian is a physician assistant and a health coach. She graduated from the University of Michigan and attended PA school at George Washington University. She has many years of experience treating cardiac patients. Her passion is health promotion and disease prevention and treating the root cause of disease. This passion led her to start coaching as she believes it is the education plus close support and accountability that truly inspires long-lasting health.
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5 months ago no Comment

Spring is officially here and the perfect time to recommit to your health and your children’s health.  Not that you have completely ignored health but this past year our priorities have shifted a bit. What does it mean to be committed to something? What is something you’re committed to? I don’t mean something you want, … Continue reading “Recommit to Your Health and Your Children’s Health”

11 months ago no Comment

Did you know that 1.4 million new cases of type 2 diabetes are diagnosed in the United States every year?  That’s 4 people out of 10 every year! As a Physicians Assistant, I’ve seen it first hand. Too often when patients are given the diagnosis of type 2  diabetes they are told that it can … Continue reading “The Truth About Type 2 Diabetes”

1 year ago no Comment

Do you want to reverse your diabetes but cannot get your numbers down? You’re ready to do whatever it takes, right?  Let me begin by telling you that it’s not your fault! You are probably doing everything you were told to do, to “manage” your type 2 diabetes, and yet you still keep needing more … Continue reading “The Struggle with Diabetes is Real & Its Not Your Fault”

1 year ago no Comment

Diabetes (diabetes mellitus),  is a metabolic disease that causes high blood sugar. The hormone insulin moves sugar from the blood into your cells to be stored or used for energy. When you have Type 2 diabetes, your body either doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t effectively use the insulin that it does make. Untreated high … Continue reading “Diabetes Secrets & How to Lower Your Numbers”

How to Lose Weight on a Plant Based Diet
2 years ago no Comment

In my quest to help people create vibrant health, lose weight, and reverse the effects of disease, I started following a few well-known experts in the area of diet and nutrition, specifically plant-based nutrition. I wanted to learn how to lose weight on a plant based diet. One of the people I look to for … Continue reading “How to Lose Weight on a Plant Based Diet”

Micronutrient-Rich Diet
2 years ago no Comment

Dr. Joel Furhman is an American celebrity doctor and an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing.  He strongly advocates what he calls a micronutrient rich diet. A former competitive figure skater, he suffered a serious injury that removed him from competition. He says an alternative medicine therapy helped speed his recovery and led … Continue reading “A Micronutrient Rich Diet is Best Says Dr. Joel Furhman”

Trying to Lose Weight
2 years ago no Comment

Stop trying to lose weight! No More Restricting Calories! Based on my personal experience and working with my health coaching clients, I have learned a very important lesson. The secret to living your healthiest life is to not “try to lose weight!” I know this may sound counterintuitive, but let me explain. Time and time again, … Continue reading “Stop Trying to Lose Weight for Your Healthiest Life!”

2 years ago no Comment

For many years, my husband and I exercised and “ate healthily.” We cut down on carbs and focused on lean meat and veggies for our dinners. We worked hard all week so felt we deserved to “take the weekends off” which usually meant overindulging way too much for 3 days. During the week, we missed … Continue reading “The Truth About Food: Carbs, Proteins and Fats”

2 years ago no Comment

By Debbie Movsesian I went into the field of medicine and became a physician assistant for the same reason most people do, “to help people.” I had been practicing in cardiology for more than 15 years when one day it finally hit me. I wasn’t making the impact on my patients’ health the way I … Continue reading “Powerful Plants: The Key to Living Your Healthiest Life”