Holistic Ways to Support Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

This episode of me&my health adresses Type II Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) from a holistic lense looking at diet, exercise, and lifestyle.

T2DM is a prevalent condition in society today, and its occurrences can be prevented by changing diet and lifestyle.

Our guest speaker Stefan Velevski – Exercise Physiologist and the host Anthony Hartcher – Clinical Nutritionist & Lifestyle Medicine Specialist discuss the holistic approach to managing T2DM.

Stefan Velevski Story

I grew up in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne and during my childhood and teenage years I was very active in sports such as swimming, soccer and Taekwondo. After practicing Taekwondo for 10 years, I became an instructor which allowed me to help people improve their fitness and self-confidence. However, my priorities changed during my teenage years when I was introduced to the gym. I was having an absolute blast getting bigger and stronger. However, during my first few years in the gym, I developed a rotator cuff tendinopathy and was extremely frustrated that I couldn’t do what I love anymore due to pain. During this time, I became drawn to learn more about how the rehabilitation process works. I also noticed how great it felt to go back to doing what I enjoyed. This opened up my world and brought me into my career in exercise physiology. I want to help as many people as I can, to get back to doing what they enjoy most.

To connected with Stefan and receive a free 15 minute phone consultation visit the Longevity Website.

About me&my Health Up & Host

me&my Health Up seeks to enhance and enlighten the wellbeing of others. Host Anthony Hartcher is the CEO of me&my wellness which provides holistic health solutions using food is medicine, combined with a holistic, balanced, lifestyle approach. Anthony holds three bachelor’s degrees in Complementary Medicine; Nutrition and Dietetic Medicine; and Chemical Engineering.

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This is a recording of a podcast that took place on 13 December 2022.
Note the advice and information is general in nature. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.