Dr. Aldana gives meeting participants the tools they need to help change their lives.
Summary of Steven Aldana
Dr. Steven Aldana is a respected business speaker on health and wellness. As the CEO and founder of WellSteps he has designed a program that helps employees implement healthy behaviors into their lives. Many of the nation’s largest corporations such as: NASA, Nationwide Insurance, and Johnson and Johnson have received his consulting services and guidance on health promotion. With his informational direction companies are able to receive tips on how to save on their healthcare costs by improving the lives of their employees.
Dr. Steven Aldana is a former professor of lifestyle medicine at Brigham Young University. He is currently the CEO and founder of WellSteps. Wellsteps is a turnkey wellness program designed to help employees adopt and maintain healthy behaviors for life. Wellsteps also provides consulting services and health promotion guidance to many of the nation’s largest corporations including: NASA, British Petroleum, KeySpan Energy, Nationwide Insurance, CIGNA, Anthem Blue Shield and Blue Cross, Johnson and Johnson, Daimler/ Chrysler, and many other corporations across the U.S.
Dr. Aldana has published over 60 scientific articles on the prevention, arrest, and reversal of America’s most common chronic diseases. He has written 7 books on the ability of healthy lifestyle habits to prevent cardiovascular dis ease, cancers, diabetes, and many chronic diseases. His most recent book, The Culprit and The Cure is currently being used by over 4,500 companies and corporations in an effort to boost productivity and reduce employee related health expenses. The Harvard School of Public Health says this book is “better than the best medicines”.
Because of his research expertise he is a regular consultant to the Centers for Disease Control, the National Institutes of Health, and the California Department of Health Services. He is a member of the board of the C. Everett Koop organization. Most recently, he has become a special advisor to the U.S. secretary of health and human services.
He often appears on television and radio and is regularly interviewed by CNN, Newsweek, Family Circle, Self, Redbook, Spirit Magazine, and WebMD. Dr. Aldana is determined to educate people about the tremendous impact lifestyle has on disease and is devoted to helping individuals adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles. When asked why he is so passionate about this work he often replies, “this information transforms and saves lives.”
Dr. Aldana practices what he preaches, though if you ever watched him play flag football with his graduate students you might beg to differ.