CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

Podcast: Consistency and Nutrient Intake: Too much or not enough?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. 

The key to most any improvement in health or performance is consistency.  Day after day, year after year, consistent implementations of actions that lead to a certain goal.  There is no stagnation.  There is only improvement or decline.  But how do we stay consistent?  Lofty goals are not great motivators in the day to day practice.  We have to test or assess.  Benign neglect or ignoring and hoping for the best rarely results in a positive outcome.  It is usually associated with a myriad of excuses on why that day was not fit for exercise or dietary changes.

I have best success with a series of goals that encourage consistency.  The gravity of life does not permit coasting forward, but only accelerates a backward decline if action not taken.

  I believe short assessments are best and allow slow incremental changes that result in big changes over time without the pain of abrupt change.  How many miles or minute can you walk today?  Could you add 1% more each day? Are you fluent enough in your exercise regimen or nutrition to trouble shoot complicated days when your routine is disrupted?

Are you worried about getting enough nutrients?  Remember the best nutrients come from whole foods not synthetic additive.  Plant based nutrient density is achieved by eating the rainbow and eating a diverse assortment of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.  Enjoy each meal visually and gastronomically.   Thanks for listening.

Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with questions

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    Cheryl Miklaszewski

    Some great information and inspiration, as always!

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