CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

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Episode 121-It Just Takes One to Change Many

Welcome and thank you for listening. This episode I discuss the positive impact that the United States Humane Society is having on university students around the country. I was fortunate to be invited to speak at their Food Forward event at Georgia State University. By educating the food service department on plant based meal options […]
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Episode 120-My Thoughts for the Week

Welcome and thanks for listening to the podcast. Today we talk about accentuating the positive. It is easy to loose focus about being healthy when we surround ourselves with unhealthy people. Sometimes we are so focused on pleasing others that we let our own health suffer. I would counter by saying to serve others unhealthy […]
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Red Beans, White Beans: Better than Red Meat, White Meat

Dr Seuss never talked much about green vegetables but he did talk of green eggs and ham. Sam I am finally got the famous character to eat the green eggs and ham and he liked them. He liked them everywhere once he tried them. The reality is that we like what is comfortable and we […]
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Episode 117-Take control of your own health

The greatest gift a teacher can receive is to see a student be successful. I had the same feeling this week when a patient was successful in curing his diabetes with a whole foods plant based diet. It was not easy. His nutrition was not that poor from the sense of the Standard American Diet […]
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Episode 116 with Timaree Hagenburger-Excusitarian Chapter 3

Welcome to another Excusetarian edition with my guest Timaree Hagenburger, RD, mPH. Today we address not starting on a plant based journey because you don’t know where to start. The bottom line is you can’t fail so jump right in. Cooking is not as complicated as the Food Network Chefs would like you to believe. […]
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Frustrations of a Plant Based Cardiologist

http://nutritionstudies.org/frustrations-of-being-a-plant-based-cardiologist/ I finished my cardiology fellowship in 1993 and then did three years at a University Hospital as a clinical assistant professor. I decided that I would be better suited in private practice, and after a few years in the group-setting decided to go out on my own. My motto has always been ‘treat the […]
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Episode 115-Plants give you Energy

I became a cardiologist largely because my grandparents died from heart disease and I want to be able to help. Preventing has always been more important to me than curing because I have seen what happens once heart disease begins. The same way with diabetes. This past week I experienced being the daughter of a […]
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Upcoming Speaking Engagements

I will be speaking at the Tropical Fruit Society of Sarasota on April 25, 2017 at 6:30 pm. The topic will be The Health Benefits of Plant Based Nutrition; How Your Backyard Tropical Fruit Garden can Improve Your Health.
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Welcome to episode 114. Have courage, be kind and all will be well…Cinderella. I will take it one step back and expand. Most of us start this plant based journey by being curious. Is there a better way of eating to achieve optimal health? How much change is enough? Why has this way of eating […]
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