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The Battle Buddy Diet: Husband and Wife Physician Couple Wage Personal War on Obesity and Disease
Date:3/17/2013

iseases as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and stroke: traditional medicine does not offer prevention or a cure. “The Battle Buddy Diet” does both.

“The Battle Buddy Diet” is about a real doctor couple's personal battle against their own obesity and disease. This is exactly how they did it. This is information most doctors doesn't know. Dr. Slay believes the majority of aging Baby Boomers and their families are headed for relentless diseases, unimaginable suffering and premature death. This book maintains that now, is the time to fight back, and reclaim health. This book has the answer, a proven “Battle Plan”.

About the Author: Dr. Slay is a 66 year old practicing Emergency Medicine physician in Marina del Rey, California. He is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and the Medical College of Virginia. He is a highly decorated, retired Colonel from the US Army and served for 21 years. During his active duty service, Dr. Slay was consultant to the Surgeon General and was a member of the elite Delta Force during the hostage rescue attempt in 1980. In 1990, Colonel Slay re-entered active duty for one year to support Desert Storm. Currently, Bob is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Medicine, is board certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, and is an oral examiner for the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He has been married to Gayne Brenneman, M.D., his "Battle Buddy", and a practicing Cardiac Anesthesiologist, for 38 years. They have two adult children. Dr. Slay has written and starred in multiple episodes of the television series, "Untold Stories of the ER", and performs medical stand-up comedy as a hobby.

Dr. Slay is available for interviews, appearances and speaking engagements.

                               
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