Of Medical Advisors, Authors, and Contributors
Dr. Buynak is the Medical Director for Insulite Laboratories. A Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, he practices internal medicine in Valparaiso. Additionally, he is Principal Investigator for the Northwest Indiana Center for Clinical Research in Valparaiso. A graduate of Harvard Medical School, Dr. Buynak completed his Internship and Residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He is the author of several books including Dr. Buynak's 1-2-3 Diabetes Diet: A Proven Approach to Weight Loss Without the Gimmicks or Risks.
Insulin Resistance is an often silent condition that affects millions of
As a factor that has previously been under-recognized by patients and physicians, Insulin Resistance is an important precursor to the epidemics of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Katie Humphrey, Insulite Spokeswoman, Motivational Speaker
As a woman who struggled for years with the serious side effects of PCOS, insulin resistance, and hypoglycemia, Katie Humphrey learned effective ways to address these conditions and see positive, long-lasting results. Katie now empowers both women and girls with PCOS to produce extraordinary results in their health and other areas of life by managing their mental and emotional wellbeing.
Katie is a motivational speaker, author, and international health coach and holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Stetson University. She is an NASM Certified Personal Trainer, author of Freedom from PCOS and Spokesperson for PCOS Insulite Laboratories.
Katie has been featured in Shape.com, ChickRx, the PCOSA and has been interviewed on dozens of national radio shows.
Katie is owner of JK Humphrey International and resides in Ocala, Florida with her husband.
Dr. Sheri Colberg is Director of Exercise Physiology for Insulite Laboratories where she develops exercise protocols that focus on the prevention and management of insulin-related disorders. An Associate Professor of Exercise Science at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, she is funded by the American Diabetes Association among others for her research on exercise and diabetes, including prevention, control, and reversal of diabetes and its complications with physical activity. Dr. Colberg is Executive Director of the Lifelong Exercise Institute which strives to improve the health of anyone suffering from diabetes, pre-diabetes or obesity, and to enhance lifelong health with physical activity and related lifestyle improvements.
She is the author of numerous articles and seven books, including The Diabetic Athlete, Diabetes-Free Kids, The 7 Step Diabetes Fitness Plan, 50 Secrets of the Longest Living People with Diabetes, and The Science of Staying Young. She is also the co-author on, "Biggest Loser" Matt Hoover's Guide to Life, Love, and Losing Weight, along with the 2nd Edition of her first book, The Diabetic Athlete's Handbook. Dr. Colberg is also the author of, Diabetes? No Problema. www.shericolberg.com.
My goal is to help individuals who are affected by Insulin Resistance recognize that exercise is of critical importance to their wellbeing and assist them in making regular physical activity a lifelong habit.
Dr. DeLuca received her Naturopathic Degree and B.S. in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Washington State. Her particular interests include research in the fields of nutrition, diet, and nutrient therapies. She coaches Insulite Laboratories' customers on their insulin-related conditions through the company's comprehensive outreach program. At her practice in Kingston, Pennsylvania, Dr. DeLuca specializes in counseling as well as nutritional, botanical, orthomolecular, and physical medicines.
One of the goals of Naturopathic Medicine is to find the cause of illness. With the rise of obesity, Type 2 Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome, along with their many complications, research is revealing one of the main causes to be Insulin Resistance. Although important, it is not enough to just treat the symptoms. You have to treat the cause, too. A balanced, nutritious diet plan and a program of regular exercise are proving to be crucial to help reverse these conditions and allow people to regain control of their health.
I am very excited to be a part of a team that is making a difference in people's lives by taking a lead role in preventing and reversing Insulin Resistance.
Dr. Cohen lends her expertise in drug-nutrient-herb interactions, carbohydrate addiction, and the pathophysiology of Insulin Resistance to Insulite Laboratories in addition to providing professional guidance to individuals with insulin-related disorders. She has developed the company's 52-week Protocol for customers on the Insulite PCOS System and has co-written The Insulite Guide to Reversing Insulin Resistance and its Related Conditions which is available exclusively to Insulite customers. A graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, from which she finished second in her class, Dr. Cohen is a clinical practitioner in New Hampshire where she sponsors a PCOS support group. She is the author of the prize-winning article "Melatonin, Menstruation and the Moon" published in The Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients.
I am committed to reversing the growing trend of Insulin Resistance that we see especially in the developed world. Insulin Resistance leads to many serious chronic conditions and is usually readily controlled with lifestyle changes and nutritional supplementation. This is truly a modifiable health risk that health-care practitioners have an obligation to address.
Dr. Kellum specializes in nutritional, homeopathic, and botanical medicines and, as a member of Insulite's Consulting & Advisory Teams, she counsels individuals through the company's outreach program that is available to customers and non-customers alike. She is an honors graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine where she contributed to a literature review by the Diabetes Research Group on the modes and efficacy of naturopathic treatments for Type 2 Diabetes. A primary care practitioner, Dr. Kellum is a contributing author of the Board Review Study Materials for Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination.
I look for the root cause of an illness or imbalance in a patient. With an increasing number of people being diagnosed with Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes Mellitus, it is not surprising to see, at the same time, an increasing number of women being diagnosed with PCOS. All of these conditions have a common root cause, Insulin Resistance.
MB, Danbury, CT
"I am thankful to Insulite Labs for such a wonderful plan for individuals with PCOS. I have been on the Insulite PCOS System for 10 days and I have already noticed some physical changes – including reduced acne and body weight". more
"... diagnosis is especially important because PCOS is now thought to increase metabolic and cardiovascular risks. These risks are strongly linked to Insulin Resistance..."
ROGERIO A. LOBO, MD ENRICO CARMINA, MD
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