Dr. Seaman provides entertaining presentations that are highly educational about current health care issues. He can tailor the information to suit the needs of any audience ranging from students in 3rd grade, to television audiences, to small or large organizations, to doctors in grand round presentations. 

His information and books about health and wellness are based on his scientific articles about pain, inflammation, diet, and obesity that have been referenced by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Harvard Medical School and many other universities in the United States, as well as universities in Canada, Brazil, Europe, Middle East, India, Australia, Russia, and other Asian countries.

The information in his scientific articles serves as the foundation for the material presented in his books for the general public:

Unlike most books about nutrition, Dr. Seaman’s focus is on the outcome, which should be anti- or non-inflammatory. This perspective allows one to avoid the dietary confusion and fighting that goes on among vegans and non-vegans. In fact, your dietary choice to be vegan, omnivore, carnivore, paleo, or keto should be based personal preference, but more importantly on objective markers of inflammation, which are outlined in detail in The DeFlame Diet: DeFlame your Diet, Body, and Mind.

Unlike most, if not all, weight loss books, Dr. Seaman focus is not about what to eat because you can eat vegan, omnivore, carnivore, paleo, or keto to achieve and maintain proper body weight. Weight Loss Secrets is about dealing with our ravenous “eating brain”, body physiology, emotions, and primordial drives to normalize and maintain proper body weight.

His last two books about breast health and avoiding body rot represent books that are focused on specific health issues in the context of understanding the dangers of chronic inflammation. Volume discount pricing is available for all his books at www.DeFlame.com.

Dr. Seaman has several more books in the works – the next one is about preventing autism, which is known to be an inflammatory state in the child’s brain that is profoundly influenced by parental health choices before the child is born. In short, inflamed parents are more likely to have an autistic child.

In 2018, Dr. Seaman co-authored a chapter about the opioid crisis that appeared in The Recipe for Success, a new book by Jack Canfield who is famous for co-authoring Chicken Soup for the Soul. This chapter won the editor’s choice award.

Dr. Seaman’s diverse areas of interest make him an ideal guest for your show or speaker for your next meeting.

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