This past week, Dr. Galati was interviewed by Frank Morano, host of The Other Side of Mindnight. The program originates out of NYC on 77WABC. Frank was asking questions about obesity, fatty liver, and discussing Dr. Galati's book. Posted below is the full interview broadcast, and a little extra info provided by Dr. Galati. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss a single episode.
Dr. Joe Galati recently posted this video regarding the role of diet in managing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
If you are interested in maintaining your weight, blood pressure, glucose control, reduce fatty liver, prevent cancer, and simply feel better, you need to include brussels sprouts in your diet. Our very own Helen Yuan, Registered Dietitian, outlines details on why these purple brussels sprouts are so valuable in our diet. #vegetables #nutrition #fattyliver #cancerprevention #diabetes
Listen to this weeks podcast episode with Dr. Joe Galati. To listen to all of the poscasts, visit the Podcast Homepage here.
For the past 4 years, Dr. Joe Galati has been handing out fruits and vegetables to his patients at Liver Specialists of Texas. As he coined the phrase "The Great American Produce Giveaway", he noticed over the past 20 years that his patients were simply unfamiliar with the proper selection, nutritional value, and preparation of vegetables. This unfortunately has fueled the obesity epidemic. This past week, Dr. Galati was invited on the Fox26 Morning Show to explain his vegetable giveaway program in more detail.
Dr. Joe Galati was recently on Houston Newsmakers discussing the obesity epidemic and fatty libver disease, and recommendations to start 2019 with a more healthy approach.
Dr. Joe Galati has long been a supporter of making breakfast the #1 meal of the day-especially for children. Getting them started in the morning with a nutritious meal is key to their success. In this videoeas for parents, and those involved in the care of children. Watch it and be inspired.
This week on Your Health First, Dr. Joe Galati discussed a recent NY Times article. Based on recent research, it shows that from 2006-2016, despite a wide range of efforts, obesity rates continue to rise. Listen to the radio segment below. Dr. Galati's new book, Eating Yourself Sick, will be out in April. He discusses strategies to combat obesity, with an emphysis on patient education and communication. Stay tuned on how to order the book.
Fatty liver disease is a growing public health concern we all have. If left untreated, fatty liver disease, also called NASH, can lead to cirrhosis and liver failure. Dr. Galati outlines the key facts that you need to know about this very serious health problem.
Save the date! Dr. Galati's first Town Hall Meeting, which is being called the "Wake-Up Call, will take place at Houston's Health Museum, on Thursday, November 5, 2015, starting at 6:00 p.m. Sponsored by Your Health First Education, the mission of this event is to provide the lay public with the tools necessary to engage themselves, and those closest to them, in a discussion of health and wellness. So many complications of various diseases could be prevented, or diagnosed earlier, reducing complications, and far better outcomes. This "wake-up call" is to tell everyone that being a bit more aware of their body, and better understanding of how it works, will lead to far improved health and happiness. Information about the event: Location: Houston Health Museum Address: 1515 Hermann Drive, Houston, Texas 77004 Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Free parking, …