Keynote Speaker in Health and Wellness

Stella Metsovas Live Speaking Clips

Health Expert Stella Metsovas

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Corporate Wellness Speaker

Recently named as America’s Health Expert, Stella Metsovas B.S. consults and lectures worldwide.  Ms. Metsovas’s brand intends to become a leader in all areas relative to digestive wellness, the ancestral Mediterranean diet, epigenetics, and artistically, a culinary presenter of her Paleo-Mediterranean Diet.

Stella has consulted with corporations of all kinds and companies wishing to enhance the health of their employees, also known as ‘corporate wellness’.

Cooking demonstrations at Bloomingdales and Demand Media are also part of Ms. Metsovas’s speaking engagements.

In addition to the aforementioned, Stella consults pro-bono with local athletic teams, recently, for Corona del Mar Women’s Water Polo.  Stella’s clients range from local based companies, publicly traded corporations, film industry, software developers, banking institutions, sole proprietors, senior care facilities, athletes, and many others.  Ms. Metsovas is often called upon to revise menu strategies for corporate wellness programs, ultimately, to enhance health, longevity and productivity.

Stella’s recent speaking engagements have included the following subjects:

Food as Medicine

Top 10 Health Trends

Reducing Inflammation Through Diet

Preventative Healthcare

What is Causing Obesity?

Gut Health: The New Frontier of Personalized Medicine

The Bacteria Diet

The Gut Brain Connection

Can you Cleanse Your Way to Better Health?

Facts about Corporate Health and Work Production

Almost half of American’s will be obese by 2030.

The health hazards associated with obesity-related conditions include diabetes and heart disease–two of the leading causes of death in the United States (1).  According to Harvard School of Public Health, treating obesity and the onset of conditions caused by obesity will cost billions of dollars per year, with an estimate of 190 billion dollars annually (2).  Inevitably, this will impact all areas of work production.

One widely-quoted estimate from Finkelstein and colleagues, based on data from the U.S. Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS), found that obesity was responsible for about 6 percent of medical costs in 1998, or about $42 billion (in 2008 dollars). (7) By 2006, obesity was responsible for closer to 10 percent of medical costs—nearly $86 billion a year. Spending on obesity-related conditions accounted for an estimated 8.5 percent of Medicare spending, 11.8 percent of Medicaid spending, and 12.9 percent of private-payer spending. Lancet. 2011; 378:815-25.

1) Center for Disease Control: Leading Causes of Death

2) J Health Econ. 2012 Jan;31(1):219-30. doi: 10.1016/j.jhealeco.2011.10.003. Epub 2011 Oct 20.