Your brain is constantly trying to keep you in the status quo. It wants you to continue eating the same food, and it will send out overwhelming cravings until you get it. Too tired to work out this morning? Your mind will rationalize its thoughts and tell you to do it tomorrow instead. Partying with friends tonight? You can start eating better on Monday.
Keep your priority on rewiring your brain for success. The brain controls the body. Win the small battles against your mind and your body will transform before your very eyes.
- Cederquist Medical Wellness CenterDirector/Metabolism Correction Expert, 1998 - presentWe are a comprehensive medical center that focuses on weight management and other nutrition issues.
Dr. Cederquist has focused her medical career on treating medical conditions and weight concerns with dietary and lifestyle treatments customized to her patients’ needs. Her medical center (Cederquist Medical Wellness Center located in Naples, Florida) provides medically based nutritional treatments to children and adults with the help of her extraordinary team of nutritionists, behavioral therapists and a nurse practitioner.
Growing up, the majority of her family was overweight.
Through her knowledge of weight management, Dr. Cederquist became living proof that you can manage your genetic predispositions through healthy lifestyle changes. Through her extensive work with her patients at her medical center, she was able to develop the nutritional foundation for bistroMD by focusing on the right balance of protein, carbohydrates, healthy fats and fiber.
Dr. Cederquist is the author of "Helping Your Overweight Child- a family guide,” a guide to help overweight children become healthier and live a more satisfying life through practical lifestyle changes made by the entire family.
BistroMD has allowed Dr. Cederquist to share her experience with weight management with people throughout the country. Dr. Cederquist’s goal is to consistently learn more about weight loss so she can better help her patients who battle weight and metabolic issues.
- University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of MedicineM.D., Medicine, Nutrition and Weight Management, 1988 - 1991