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Tue Jan 22 2013 at 10:00 pm EDT
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Eno Nsima-Obot, MD
Diabetes
Recorded: Jan 22, 2013 at 10:00 pm EDT
Are you experiencing information overload trying to figure out what a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes means for your health and wellbeing? Do you feel like the diagnosis of diabetes is a potential death sentence for you or your loved one? Do you lack the motivation to get started on the road to vibrant health because of diabetes? Are you concerned that a family history of diabetes could put you at risk of developing diabetes? Have you ever been diagnosed as having �borderline diabetes�? Are you or your loved one suffering the serious consequences of unattended diabetes type 2? If you answered YES to even one of these questions, then you are invited to a FREE teleseminar on how to THRIVE and not just survive living with diabetes This is an encore presentation from the fall of last year, but is designed to get you into high gear to THRIVE despite diabetes this year. In this webinar you will learn: The difference between pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes Three simple strategies to get your blood sugars under better control and reduce complications How much weight loss can help reverse pre-diabetes and even type 2 diabetes How to make diabetes management a team effort Creating a support system that works for you and much more As a FREE gift for attending this live webinar, Dr Eno will also be on hand after for an additional 30 minutes to answer any questions that participants may have regarding their diabetes. She will also be raffling off a FREE copy of her e-book to a live participant at the webinar. So REGISTER today!! Come with a notebook and pen to write down lots of notes and information designed to get you into action!
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Born in London and raised in Nigeria, Dr. Eno Nsima-Obot has over 23 years of experience in the health & wellness industry. She graduated in 1987 as one of the top ten graduating students from the University of Calabar, Nigeria, with several awards. When she worked as a primary care physician with a large multi-specialty group in the greater Chicago area, she was a recipient for the quarterly award for compassion. She is passionate about empowering patients to actively engage in their healthcare. This motivated her to train as a professional life coach through an ICF (International Coach Federation) certified program (Accomplishment Coaching) in 2010. This skill has enabled her to have more in-depth and meaningful conversations, even in her everyday encounters. She is an award-winning author of a book for people living with type 2 diabetes entitled, "Dr. Eno's A-to-Z Guide to Thriving with Type 2 Diabetes". She describes herself as a lifelong learner and has always been passionate about exploring and sharing ways to create and promote a balanced and healthy lifestyle. She describes herself as 'a Thrivor' after a brief brush with cancer several years ago. Following that, she made a personal commitment to more closely 'walk her talk.' This led her to discover the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM). Delighted that she had finally found her tribe, she completed the intense certification program and, in 2019, became one of only 1200 certified practitioners worldwide. She is committed to working with women over fifty with a particular focus on women of color, and those living with chronic illness, to optimize their health and wellbeing so that they can experience wholesome lives and fulfill their purpose on the planet. She is an avid Peloton® rider and endurance runner. She also enjoys walks in nature, power yoga, as well as spiritual and metaphysical studies. As a functional medicine practitioner and professional life coach, Dr. Eno is well versed on a variety of topics in health, wellness, and personal development.
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