No, not at this time.
Most people do not have an optimized lifestyle. When they choose to optimize their habits, sleep, exercise, nutrition, stress management, and supportive relationships: great things tend to happen such as an improved sense of well-being, and disease improvement or, in many cases, even remission. Using lifestyle medicine to help people improve their health and realize that they have more control than they think is both intrinsically and intellectually rewarding to me. Lifestyle medicine is something I’m very passionate about, and I believe its precise application is capable of completely transforming people’s lives.