Healthy Lifestyle Changes for Autumn
A virtual medical practice specializing in weight management and primary care.
Autumn is a time of splendor.
The change of season also brings reduced hours of sunlight and new allergens and germs. And this year we need to be more mindful of our health as people will have less natural immunities after months of social distancing. As a double board-certified physician in Family and Obesity medicine, I am here to help you stay healthy in all seasons with simple LIFESTYLE CHANGES.
Tricks for Healthy Treats in our October Virtual Cooking Class
Join me for LIFESTYLE CHANGE’s monthly online cooking event on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26 at 7PM. Special guest, Granetta Coleman of Rooted Dish, will join me to share family-friendly recipes for healthy treats that are good for you palate and your body. Watch for the ingredient list and registration link coming soon!
Product of the Month
Vitamin D 15,000 IU
This all-natural dietary supplement is 100% pure Vitamin D-3 in a vegetarian capsule. The 15,000 IU formula is a once-a-week dose that helps to support bone health, build immunity, and enhance mood when less natural sunlight is available.
Immune Boosting Food
Lemony Artichoke and Quinoa Salad
Adapted from Forks over Knives Cookbook
Artichoke Hearts Packed in Water, Quinoa, Chick Peas, Lemon, Olive Oil, Garlic, Salt, Pepper, Bell Pepper
Lentil Salisbury Steak
Lentils, Vital Wheat Gluten, Vegan Breadcrumbs, Vegetable Broth, Soy Sauce, Liquid Smoke, Salt, Pepper, Olive Oil, Oil Spray
On The Blog
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
As a double board-certified physician in Family and Obesity Medicine, I want to raise awareness for the facts about breast cancer and how certain people are at greater risk. Early detection and mammograms are critical to helping in fighting breast cancer – but so is staying healthy by managing weight gain and obesity.
In The News
Suburban Life Magazine
The pandemic has hit most Americans hard, even if the virus has not affected them directly. Many find themselves struggling with unwanted health issues—an increase in body weight, perhaps—brought on by stress, altered routines, and shifts in diet and exercise levels. For anyone contending with similar struggles, Janine Darby, M.D., has a message: Positive change is within reach, even in a world beset by unprecedented disruption. Dr. Darby would know.
Book an Appointment
I would love to further discuss how LIFESTYLE CHANGES can add happiness and years of good health to your life. Join me for a complimentary discovery session by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 484-685-0033.
Yours in health,