Take control of your life and the many generations to come. Living healthy can be fun easy and manageable. Dr. Sears and Exercise Physiologist Sean Foy, show you how to be healthy through lifestyle, exercise, attitude and nutrition.
Break the stereotypes. You can eat healthy without spending too much of your time or money. Know the facts! For this reason Dr. Sears created a program to make implementing a healthy lifestyle simple and something the entire family can enjoy Learn More »
The decisions you make before, during and after pregnancy have a direct effect on you and your baby’s health, both now and in the future. Dr. Sears and Martha Sears, RN provide the best information for optimizing baby’s development, from a smooth delivery to creating the best postpartum experience. Learn More »
ADHD and childhood obesity are harsh realities many parents face as they watch the effects poor nutrition and a lack of exercise is having on their children. Dr. Sears can help you discover if your child may be suffering from NDD (nutrition deficit disorder) instead of ADD, or if your child is overweight, how real food and moving everyday may actually be the best solution. Learn More »
Do you wonder why your child suddenly loses control, won’t listen or becomes disruptive in the classroom? You may be surprised to know that certain processed foods and additives may be impacting your child’s behavior and even your own. Dr. Sears can help you understand the large role nutrition and exercise play in your child’s behavior. Learn More »
As a parent your natural desire is for your child to be successful in school. If your child is struggling in school a tutor may not be the answer. A simpler solution exists within the foods they eat. Dr Sears shares his wisdom and helps parents understand what foods are most likely to impact a child’s learning and how to solve the problem now. Learn More »
Despite their long hours of practice and your words or inspiration your child may still miss the mark when taking center stage or running across the field. All of their hard work can be undermined by the foods, snacks and drinks they eat during meal time or half time. Learn More »