The Physician Philosopher Podcast
5 Steps to Lose Weight with Dr. Ali Novitsky
Have you ever wanted to lose weight (or get a six-pack) but it always felt too hard to get it done?
As a life coach for women physicians, Dr. Ali Novitsky shares her insight and expertise to show us how to achieve optimal health with simple strategies backed by science.
Meet health coach for women, Dr. Ali Novitsky
Ali Novitsky, MD is the CEO and founder of Life Coaching for Women Physicians.
Board certified in Obesity Medicine, Pediatrics, and Neonatology. She is a certified physician coach, nutrition and fitness expert, international speaker, blogger, and host of the podcast “Life Coaching for Women Physicians”.
Ali attended Temple University School of Medicine and completed her Pediatric residency and Neonatal Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson/AI duPont Hospital for Children. She completed her coach training at The Life Coach School and The Mind Firm Method.
Ali offers CME coaching programs designed for women physicians. Her programs are ever evolving and currently include: Jump Start, G.O.A.L.S. Society, and Transform. Ali also has a trademarked nutrition program called Mindful Macros® where she combines an intuitive and gentle nutrition approach to achieve optimal health results through food freedom.
Losing weight in a healthy way can be easy
Today’s thought is this: To lose weight (and achieve your optimal body composition) you actually need to gain muscle.
- How to identify and create a plan around your own personal health goals
- Why more activity doesn’t always mean better results
- The role of protein in your muscle-building pursuits (hint: it’s important)
- How to make food and activity choices that are sustainable for your life
- How to work with your emotions instead of against them with food and weight loss
- How to honor your authentic body
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