Doctors Orders for Getting Healthy

St. Anthonys’ physicians know that eating well and exercising regularly are good habits for staying healthy and preventing health problems. They are dedicated to helping you “get your plate in shape” too!

Dr. Wagstaff, who practices at Telegraph Road Family Medicine, created a YouTube video in which she discusses healthy habits. Watch what she has to say about getting fit here.

Read an interview with Dr. Julie Busch, who practices at Kirkwood Family Medicine, in which she gives her advice for living a longer, healthier life by taking small steps.

Remember, we still have two weeks left of National Nutrition Month. It’s the perfect time of the year to focus on your health! Take some advice from our doctors and decide what your goals are for getting healthy. In doing this, make sure to set up some smaller goals that will help you achieve your bigger goals. Track your progress by setting up a free account on St. Anthony’s Get Fit! website. You’ll find more tips to help you along the way too.

For more advice on good nutrition, don’t forget to attend our free community event, Get Your Plate in Shape, presented by Registered, Licensed Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, Elizabeth Patton. It’s tomorrow, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. Registration is required. Click here for more information and call 314-ANTHONY to reserve your spot.


One Response to Doctors Orders for Getting Healthy

  1. […] Charge of Your Diabetes” at a local senior citizens community. Some of our physicians shared their tips for staying healthy too! We also celebrated the 24th annual Diabetes Alert Day this […]

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