Minimum effective dose and prediabetes

What would you do if you were shipwrecked on a desert island? Where would you start? Food? Shelter? Water?

The "Robinson Crusoe" phenomenon states that when we have limited time, we can't do everything - at least not well. Something has to give.

When it comes to making all the healthy choices that improve our health - quality nutrition, movement, and sleep - AND living our lives, sometimes we just don't have time to do it all. It is likely that a few key steps can drive the majority of your results.

Watch this short training to learn about the 80/20 principle and minimum effective dose, and how these apply to your health.

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Author
Dr. Christopher Fox I am a board-certified endocrinologist in Superior, CO, and I have been in private practice since 2003. People I work with achieve success when they learn all the ingredients of healthy lifestyle and the system to consistently follow through on good intentions. I use my knowledge of endocrine science, psychology, neuroscience, and human behavior to help people make meaningful, lasting changes in their health that they can sustain long-term. I help people become the hero in their own life.

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