RONESH SINHA, MD (AKA “DR. RON”)
Dr. Ronesh Sinha is an internal medicine physician for the Palo Alto Medical Foundation who created the South Asian medical consult service for his medical group in Silicon Valley, he is author of The South Asian Health Solution, he runs corporate health and wellness programs for major companies in Silicon Valley, and he co-hosts a weekly radio program on health. He is a highly sought after 2-time TEDx speaker who is passionate about improving the lives of individuals from diverse ethnic backgrounds. He was awarded the 2013 Silicon Valley Business Journal Health Care hero award for the innovative wellness programs he developed for diverse employees. He has had tremendous success in the clinic and during corporate wellness programs in reversing chronic health conditions like diabetes and cholesterol disorders through targeted lifestyle changes. He is committed to helping individuals from all ethnic backgrounds find a path to optimal health.
PRERNA UPPAL, RD
Prerna Uppal is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator who has over 20 years experience in treating diabetes, obesity and heart disease. She works with Dr. Ron in corporate wellness for the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) and also sees patients alongside Dr. Ron in clinic where they team up to treat patients from diverse ethnic backgrounds (predominantly South Asian) with conditions ranging from diabetes and heart disease to autoimmunity and poor gut health. Prerna is a former Bollywood dance and aerobics instructor and long-term meditation practitioner who co-hosts a weekly Bay Area radio show on South Asian health with Dr. Ron.
SHALLY SINHA, MD
Dr. Shally Sinha is a pediatrician who has received additional training in integrative and functional medicine. She has served a very diverse patient population for years and has been overwhelmed with the epidemic of chronic health conditions appearing in young children, such as prediabetes, adult onset diabetes (in kids!), abnormal cholesterol and fatty liver to name a few. She co-authored the children’s chapter from the book, South Asian Health Solution, and is dedicated to teaching readers from around the world on the fundamentals of raising healthy children.