Known as America’s Health Coach, MD, Dr. Asa Andrew is an international best-selling author of Empowering Your Health , and host to the largest daily syndicated health radio talk show in the world, the Talkers Heavy Hundred show called, Dr Asa On Call.
Dr. Asa Andrew contributes to many of the major media news outlets including NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, and FOX and has appeared on many shows including the 700 Club with Pat Robertson, and Good Morning America. Dr Asa is known as a well-respected health coach and physician to many professional athletes and celebrities, he is an internationally sought after speaker for many Fortune 500 Companies with his engaging message of pursuing health, growing younger, and living longer. In addition to his companies, the he has founded Diagnosis HOPE, a non-profit organization that encourages lifestyle, health, and wellness education to individuals and communities dedicated to diagnosing hope one person at a time.
After being in practice over twenty years emphasizing lifestyle-based medicine, exercise science, and clinical nutrition, Dr Asa founded The Asa Health Organization comprised of lifestyle-medicine focused media companies, coaching systems, clinical centers, and educational programs, including a dedicated digital health television network called the Dr Asa Network . The Dr Asa Network is where you will find the world’s largest health media platform to give you the most relevant health and lifestyle information where its your healthcare on demand.
Dr. Asa Andrew is a graduate of Florida State University where he was an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the National Championship Seminole Football Team. He completed his medical degree (MD) including hospital training with various honors, serves as a Diplomat of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (Board-Certified) and holds two additional doctorates in complimentary health care (ND, DC). Dr. Asa is an avid strength and conditioning specialist, a professional member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, and has served as an Honorary Chair of the American Diabetes Association.