CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

Nutritional Wellness Blog

Blogpost: I Don’t Have Time

This is such an ironic statement for adults to make with regard to anything, but it really does not make any sense when it comes to health. If your children said they did not have time to do their homework because they had to watch their favorite TV show, it would be unacceptable. No discussion. […]
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Blogpost: Breast Cancer Beware!

It is October which means Halloween, Fall, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The fall colors are shades of orange, yellow, and red. But we associate breast cancer awareness with pink. Go Pink, the marketers say. Run, walk, and donate for a cure. The awareness is all centered around early detection. It seems logical that if […]
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Blogpost: Fine Print

Does fine print equal white lies? If products were labeled with serving sizes that are realistic, would there be less purchases? Why must we play the game of catching the ingredients we wish to avoid? Most people just elect not to read the labels and assume that it would not be sold if it were […]
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Where do you get your motivation from?

Tuesday Tips from your plant strong Dietitian, Addie D Majnaric! You have to be motivated to accomplish a goal, especially the goal of a healthy and sustainable lifestyle change. You have to have something that sparks your fire on days when you are feeling less than your best or discouraged about your progress. While it […]
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Blogpost: Time

One of my favorite bands growing up was Chicago; Does anybody really know what time it is? Does anybody really care? I am pretty certain we all want more. More time with our family and friends. More time to do the things that really matter. How much time is lost wishing for more time? We […]
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Blogpost: Why be Plant Based If I am not Bullet Proof?

People claim to be vegan if they do not consume or utilize animal products or those products tested on animals. People practicing plant based nutrition don’t eat animal products and eat predominately unprocessed fruits and vegetables. Then there is the combination vegan-plant based, sugar, oil, salt free plant based and raw vegan. Obviously, the more […]
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Blogpost: How Could this Possibly Work?

You will loose weight, look younger, have more energy, reverse heart disease, decrease your risk of cancer, reverse arthritis, reverse diabetes, lower your cholesterol and have a positive mental attitude. Really? All of those things can occur just by eating plant based? Then why don’t more people do it? It is impossible. It is too […]
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Blogpost: Ultra-processed

Even physicians are capable of giving the nutritional advise of decreasing processed food. Of course that is about as generic as exercise more and eat healthy. How about the words on a cereal box. “Part of a complete breakfast” And now we have ultra processed which is processed to the nth degree. Where do we […]
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Blogpost: Rehabilitation, Recovery, and Training; They are All the Same

Betty Ford may have been the one to change rehabilitation into a positive word. Rehabilitation used to be associated with substance addiction treatment for the most part. As orthopedic procedures became more advanced and aggressive, rehabilitation was something athletes did. It is now a standard part of orthopedic procedures, and inpatient centers allow patients to […]
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