Kirk Hamilton PA-C is an author, health educator and practicing physicians assistant of more than 33 years specializing in nutrition, prevention, integrative and lifestyle medicine. Kirk passionately spreads the message of disease prevention by lifestyle as the best medicine, and, the approach most needed to combat spiraling healthcare costs and the chronic disease epidemic.
Kirk believes anyone can cook quick, healthy and tasty plant-based meals and frequently says, “If I can do it you can do it!”
Kirk believes that the foundation of good health is an individual preparing their own food with low allergy, whole plant foods designed to give you a slow blood sugar release with the maximum amount of nutrients per bite.
Kirk cooks and prepares simple plant-based meals with humor and humbleness, while at the same time educating you about real life health problems derived from his more than three decades of seeing patients daily, and from thousands of hours of reviewing nutrition research.
“The Sloppy Vegan Cooking Show” is about having fun while doing something that is health promoting and not getting caught up in being too perfect!
Kirk teaches health promotion through a wide variety of educational channels including:
- Kirk’s CV (Curriculum Vitae)
- Author of the book “Staying Healthy in the Fast Lane“
- Creator of “Kirk’s 21 Day Healthy Living Program for Busy People“
- Author and creator of the E-Book and Course, “Kirk’s 21 Day PowerAging Program for Business Travelers“
- “Kirk’s 21 Day PowerAging Program for Business Travelers” (80 page E-Book)
- Kirk’s Healthy Living Tips Health Letter
- Staying Healthy Today Show (iTunes) (Podcasts)
- Staying Healthy Today Radio (iTunes) (Podcasts)
- Staying Healthy Today Show (You Tube)
- The Sloppy Vegan Cooking Show (You Tube)
- Expert Interviews – Researchers/physicians doing cutting nutrition and prevention research (print on web)
- Expert Pearls – over 1500 nutrition and prevention potential treatment protocols and…
- Public speaking on real healthcare reform by creating incentives to stay well versus waiting for disease to occur and reimbursing for more capital intensive disease care.