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Background Information

Employment History

Family Nurse Practitioner

Creston Medical Clinic P.C.


Physician

Greater Community Hospital


Web References(7 Total References)


Sheryl Young, ARNP MSN

www.greaterch.com [cached]

Sheryl Young, ARNP MSNSheryl L. Young, ARNP MSNCreston Medical Clinic P.C.(641) 782-2131


Prescription for weight loss

www.crestonnewsadvertiser.com [cached]

Sheryl Young, family nurse practitioner at Creston Medical Clinic, 1610 W. Townline St., Suite 200, said there's plenty of information about low-carb diets.The problem is, not all of it delivers the same message. "There is so much different opinion on this," she said."But basically what I think happens is, it's fewer calories." Young said protein-rich foods sometimes serve to decrease a person's hunger, or cravings, thus lowering daily caloric intake.But they can also supply too much fat and cholesterol and not enough nutrients. "They are not necessarily low-fat," she said.Young said she promotes weight loss, when it's needed, by using a common-sense approach. "Everybody who is grossly overweight needs to lose weight," she said."I encourage my patients to do what works for them. ...I wish there was a magic pill." But such a pill doesn't exist.In its place, Young said, there needs to be a lifestyle change, not a quick-fix diet.She only recommends a low-carb diet to those who believe they can stick to it long term. "It's a change of eating for life," she explained.As for Young, she thinks it's valuable to look at all aspects of weight loss, and, later, maintaining a healthy weight. "You know - moderation," she said.


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So, Dr. Sheryl Young, former physician at Greater Regional Medical Center (GRMC) in Creston, had the mole about 1/4 inch in diameter removed and sent it to Des Moines for testing.
The results werent good.


Medical Staff

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Sheryl Young, ARNP MSN


www.iowahealth.org

Sheryl L. Young, A.R.N.P., M.S.N.
Iowa Health - Des Moines | Methodist • Lutheran • Methodist West • Blank Children's Hospital • John Stoddard Cancer Center Iowa Health Des Moines | Methodist • Lutheran • Blank Sheryl L. Young, A.R.N.P., M.S.N. Sheryl L. Young, A.R.N.P., M.S.N.


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