Ron Rosedale is an Internationally known expert in nutritional and metabolic medicine whose work with diabetics is truly groundbreaking. Very few physicians have had such consistent success in helping diabetics to eliminate or reduce their need for insulin and to reduce heart disease-both without drugs or surgery.
Dr. Rosedale was founder of the Rosedale Center, co-founder of the Colorado Center for Metabolic Medicine (Boulder, CO USA) and founder of the Carolina Center of Metabolic Medicine (Asheville, NC). Through these centers, he has helped thousands suffering from so-called incurable diseases to regain their health. One of Dr. Rosedale's life goals is to wipe out type II diabetes in this country as a model for the world. He also has written a book, "The Rosedale Diet", covering his proven treatment methods for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, osteoporosis and other chronic diseases of aging.
One of Dr. Rosedale's patients, inspired by his own success with the program publishes and distributes "Heart Support of America," which advocates Dr. Rosedale's metabolic approach to reversing heart disease. This patient is also founder and president of "Heart Support of America," a national non-profit organization. Dr. Rosedale’s success has been featured in a column by Stephen Sinatra, MD, titled "HeartSense," appearing in the Your Health newsletter of the International & American Association of Clinical Nutritionists. Dr. Rosedale’s work has also been the subject of various newspaper articles.
It was during his research of anti-aging medicine that Dr. Rosedale became interested in diabetes. Diabetes is actually a form of accelerated aging. Diabetic patients develop the diseases of aging (cardiovascular disease, blindness, etc.) at a much earlier age than most of us.
As a keynote speaker, Dr. Rosedale has appeared before such prestigious groups as:
Dr. Rosedale helped set up health retreats in India so that his knowledge could be shared with others less fortunate.
Dr. Rosedale has been a guest on Tom Martino’s nationally-syndicated "Troubleshooter" radio show, as well as on many other radio and television shows and is frequently cited in various journals and publications.
Dr. Rosedale graduated from Northwestern University School of Medicine in 1977. While there, he worked with Dr. Jeremiah Stamler, one of the world’s pioneers in the field of diet and heart disease.Dr. Rosedale's research interests include: