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Adrian Newman, B.A.

Adrian has been working in the information publishing world since 1997. But when it comes to health information, he’s a self-admitted late bloomer. A couch potato since pre-school, Adrian was raised on TV, video games and a lifestyle that led to childhood obesity that followed him well into adulthood. But when he hit his forties, he decided enough was enough. He had a family to take care of and his days of overeating, under-exercising and inactivity were going to lead him on the fast road to heart disease, diabetes or death.


With the help of fellow DHP experts Mat Lecompte, who helped him with a rigorous exercise regime, and Leah Shainhouse, who completely transformed his eating habits, Adrian was able to not only drop a significant amount of weight, but embrace a new healthy lifestyle.


External Self-Talk: Why Talking to Yourself Can Be a Good Thing
The other day I was in the grocery store when an attendant came to ask me if I needed any help. Instantly, I realized I’d been talking to myself…and this wasn’t the first time. My wife has repeatedly told me that she’ll often stand out of... Read More
Workout Motivation Tricks to Get Yourself to the Gym
With each passing minute, it’s getting closer to the time I’m supposed to head to the gym. But I’m feeling a little tired. Not only that, but I was invited to a little get-together. And did I mention the game will be on? The excuses we make up ... Read More
Eyelid Bump: Types, Causes, and How to Treat Them Naturally
I’ve been there and let me tell you, it can be embarrassing—especially if you have to leave the house to run errands or go to work. The worst part is when people keep asking you, “What’s wrong with your eye?” or they stare at you like you ... Read More
Apple Cider Vinegar: How It Could Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes
I don’t know about you, but nearly every day as I’m checking out the latest health news, I see countless articles about the benefits of apple cider vinegar. So much so that it appears to be nature’s magic potion. But, is this true? The Benefits... Read More
How to Soothe Your Itchy Armpits
As embarrassing a problem as it may be, itchy armpits should be addressed. Despite your best efforts, you may run into this problem every now and then—and it’s really nothing to be embarrassed about, since it rarely has to do with hygiene. If you... Read More
Heart Surgery Recovery: How I’m Making a Successful Comeback
I almost died at the start of this year…and I learned something important during my heart surgery recovery that I need to share with you. I always say, what’s the point of living a really long life if you can’t do the things you enjoy? I me... Read More
Torn Rotator Cuff? Get Rid of Pain in Your Shoulder Naturally
It seems like it was just yesterday that I was watching my parents deal with the first pains of aging. Now, here I am, experiencing the same thing. As we get older, it seems that we wake up each day to find a new pain that we have to get used to. In ... Read More
Sleep Fragmentation: How Electronic Devices Affect Sleep Cycles
When was the last time you enjoyed a truly restful and full night’s sleep and woke up the next morning feeling completely refreshed and ready to conquer the day? A few years ago, I noticed that my own sleep patterns were taking a turn for the worse... Read More
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