CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

Plant-Based Wellness Podcast

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Podcast: Banking Healthspan

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Can you bank longevity? What about fitness?  Improving fitness at any age will help to increase your health span which may translate into more time living an active and independent life.  This is not just for seniors because heart muscle starts to deteriorate in the early forties along with […]
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Podcast: Eliminating Zombie Cells

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  We age and our cells age.  About every three months our red blood cells turn over for example.  What happens to the old cells? How do we eliminate them?  Our immune system plays a vital role in eliminating old cells or senescent cells.  Unfortunately, our immune system also slows […]
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Podcast: Cruel Jewel 50 Mile Ultra Run Was Cruel to Me

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   I was fortunate to go to Blue Ridge and Blairsville Georgia this past weekend to toe the line at the Cruel Jewel 50 mile ultra race.  The ultra running community are my people.  Tenacious, positive, and tremendous athletes all humble at the same time.  It did not goes as […]
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Podcast: 80 for Brady or Sidelines for Sally

Welcome ! and Thank you for listening.  Are you planning for your decline or planning your next adventure?  That adventure might mean a great day at the beach with your grandchildren or other adventures that require you to be active and mobile.   Today’s podcast will give you some insight on things that may help or […]
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Podcast: Changing Perspectives with Aging

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Have you ever heard someone say, what would you tell your thirty year old self? It is something like hind sight is 20:20.  My perspective on the practice of cardiology and medicine has changed over the past 30 years because of experience but more so being able to relate […]
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Podcast: Risk Factors are Risk Factors

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   Risk factors for Lifestyle diseases are increased BMI, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, smoking, sedentary lifestyle and metabolic dysfunction ranging from glucose intolerance to diabetes.  Traditionally, younger people do not get lifestyle diseases because they may either have no risk factors or only have one.  More and more younger people now have […]
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Podcast: Lunch Salads, Walking, and Vitamin D: You need them all

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   My favorite lunch is a salad, and not the same salad every day.  I like to change things up.  Restaurants know that a salad is not exciting so they spruce it up with high calorie toppers and dressings.  Often, they have more calories than a sandwich and fries.  But, […]
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Blogpost: Back Pain and Walking

Everyday.  Everyday. Why not practice moving everyday?  Your knees don’t wear out from walking.  They wear out from muscle loss and imbalance that leads to wear and tear on the joints.  Inflammation causes pain.  Take inflammatory foods out of your diet and those bad knees will not hurt so much.  Back pain is one of […]
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Podcast: Why Gary Player is an Outlier

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   This is the weekend of the Masters Golf Tournament.  To begin there was an honorary start with Tee shots by Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, and Tom Watson.  Gary is the oldest at 88.  He was the most spry and energetic.  As a student of the game of golf, I […]
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Blogpost: Grateful to Be Able to Walk

I don’t have time to walk is like saying I don’t have time to breath. It is one of the biggest moments we celebrate with our children.  If they can walk, it is going to be ok. Their brain body connection has grown to the point where they can stand, balance, and take their first […]
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