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Joe Klemczewski, PhD President & Founder

Kori Propst, PhD, LCMHC, LPC Vice President

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Latest from the Permanent Weight Loss Blog

Stay up to date on the most relevant nutrition, fitness and mindset topics to help you live your best life! Each week, Dr. Joe Klemscewzski, Dr. Kori Propst and our team of clinicians publish science-based articles and videos to help you build a better body, mind, and overall state of health. 

  • Fitness // May 24, 2016

    The Pendlay Row: Back Exercise Variation with Height Adjustment

    By Luke Propst

    Looking for a new back exercise to add to your training arsenal? Look no further than the Pendlay Row, but be sure to adjust for height!

  • Health // May 23, 2016

    Protein: Perfection & Practicality

    By Joe Klemczewski

    To maximize your efforts in training and overall health, do you have a perfect plan for total protein intake, consumption of quality sources, and practicality for real life? Meal content is key!

  • // May 22, 2016

    4 Tips for Tweaking Negative Thinking

    By Kori Propst

    Negative thinking can be a barrier to our motivation and determination, but rather than trying to stop our thoughts, we can practice being with them and become curious about them.

  • // May 16, 2016

    Protein IV

    By Matt Page

    To maximize your efforts in training and overall health, do you have a perfect plan for total protein intake, consumption of quality sources, and practicality for real life? If you want optimal growth through your training efforts, as well as recovery potential, meal content is key!

  • Performance // May 11, 2016

    What Kind of Protein Should I Eat?

    By Joe Klemczewski

    The higher we climb the range between “good enough” and perfect in food quality and functional value of nutrition, the more likely we are to snag a longer, healthier life. Protein is no different.

  • Health // Mar 14, 2016

    How Often Should I Eat Protein?

    By Joe Klemczewski

    Conclusions often state there isn’t much difference as long as total protein intake reaches a specific threshold. That doesn’t necessarily show the best method(s) for performance, growth, recovery, or even weight-loss goals.

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