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Dr. Kaloudis Paves the Road to Good Health
by Eleni Kostopoulos
Dr. Nicholas Kaloudis, founder of EndoHealthMD, hosted a medical wellness luncheon earlier this year at The Metropolitan in Glen Cove, Long Island. More than 400 guests attended the free event to soak in the latest information on effective weight loss, diabetes prevention management and treatment, thyroid dysfunction, hormone replacement therapy and other significant health-related topics. Guests also received a full-body composition profile and analysis as well as a blood pressure screening, vascular testing, blood glucose measurements, nutritional instruction and weight loss planning.
According to Dr. Kaloudis, an Astoria and Manhasset-based endocrinologist, he also offered attendees the latest data and studies on innovative techniques regarding new hormone data, which is crucial to slow down the aging process and to help restore and replenish important hormones.
He also discussed his own new medication which will released in upcoming months. “The purpose of this medication is to help restore men’s sexual health and performance like no other known treatment before,” he said in an interview with NEO magazine.
With warmer days quickly approaching, Dr. Kaloudis advises there are several ways to kick-start a healthy regimen, whether your goal is to be in tip-top shape at the beach or to make a permanent, more healthful lifestyle change.
“The basics of getting started include drinking more water, consuming a big breakfast and starting an aerobic activity regimen,” says Dr. Kaloudis. “You can take up healthy eating by consuming more fruit and green vegetables, enjoying smaller portions, and ensuring your intake of five small meals a day to rev up your metabolism.” He also highly recommends joining the juicing movement, with which you can give your immune system a quick, natural boost.