ADC Health Educator Kimberly Smith offers a low-fat peacamole recipe for guilt-free summer time snacking.
ADC weight management department received the Gold Standard Award from Health Management Resources.
It’s not a good idea to scrap your New Year’s weight loss resolutions. Recent findings found a lower mortality risk for overweight people. But ADC doctors say the study is not specific enough to say you should be overweight.
Kimberly Smith, a health educator with The Austin Diagnostic Clinic’s Weight Loss and Health Risk Management program, introduces us to stand up paddleboarding, a low-impact activity that can be a fun alternative exercise option.
Denette Plessala, a 2012 participant in ADC’s Weight and Health Risk Management program has seen weight loss success! She shared her story – what led her to the program and how it’s changed her life.
ADC’s Kimberly Smith, who happens to be a hula hooper, took her hoop with her for stand up paddle boarding! After getting comfortable on the board, she decided to try it out. Quite a crowd gathered on the shore of Lady Bird Lake to watch.
Nat Russo, a 2012 participant in ADC’s Weight and Health Risk Management program has seen success! He shared his story, including what led him to the program and how it’s changed his life.
Chase Kelly, a 2012 participant in ADC’s Weight and Health Risk Management program has seen weight loss success! He shared his story – what led him to the program and how it’s changed his life.
Patients and staff with The Austin Diagnostic Clinic’s weight loss and health risk management program discuss how the program works to help participants be successful while in the program as well as how they learn to maintain their weight loss once they leave it.
Even if you’re trying to watch your weight, you can grill up a feast that won’t threaten your waistline. ADC’s Kim Fry and Kimberly Smith recently broke out the grill to try out marinated salmon and vegetables on the grill.