84. Alcohol, Breast Cancer, and Weight Loss with Dr. Stacey Devine
Have you ever wondered where the intersection between alcohol, breast cancer, and weight loss is? For this episode, I sat down with my friend from residency, Dr. Stacey Devine to talk about the ways in which our alcohol consumption impacts weight loss and contributes to our risk of breast cancer.
Dr. Devine has been a board-certified family medicine doctor since 2000 and has also completed a fellowship in lifestyle medicine from the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. She is passionate about disease prevention, holistic health, and wellness, and runs her own consulting practice in Davidson, NC that helps people reverse or prevent chronic disease with a focus on lifestyle management and more natural treatment options. She also developed a comprehensive online survivorship course, Thriving After Breast Cancer, that provides an evidence-based approach to helping women who have been treated for breast cancer become empowered thrivers.
Be sure to listen to the end because Dr. Devine and I answer a lot of the questions that people have when it comes to alcohol and their health. I hope you enjoy, and if you do, please be sure to "like" this episode and subscribe to the podcast. These small gestures help us a lot to reach other professional women over 50 who are interested in losing weight for the last time. Enjoy!
And if you're interested in learning more about Dr. Devine's work, you can find her at:
Breast Cancer Survivorship Website: https://www.thrivingabc.com
Practice Website: https://www.staceydevinemd.com/
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