CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

Podcast: Welcome Back to the Wagon

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Happy Healthy New Year!

Have you ever heard or felt that if your feet hurt, your whole body hurt?  One of the biggest injuries in beginning a walking or running program is plantar fasciitis,  achilles tendonitis, or shin splints.  We look at the part that hurts and aim the treatment there.  A podiatrist or shoe salesperson will suggest orthotics or inserts.  But how does making the foot more rigid help?  What is causing the problem in the first place.  The answer is not that we were meant to sit! However, the solution is addressing the part of our anatomy that we are sitting on; the glutes.  My Dad was once told by a tailor that he suffered from a disease call noassatall.  Yes the spelling is correct.  We will get into to this during this episode. 

Can you really reverse lifestyle diseases such as vascular disease, liver disease, hypertension, diabetes, and coronary artery disease with nutrition?   Does it work for everyone? How much effort do you need to apply.  How long and how often?  The short answer is how long and how often do you want to have illness?  Just as nutrition and environmental toxins cause most lifestyle diseases, they are the key to reversing them.  What is the balance?  We will discuss some approaches to help you get on the path to health.  Let’s just say that if you are going to clean out your garage and keep it clean, you will need to focus on the project every day.  Below are some links to articles.  

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https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666667721001562
https://www.healio.com/news/nephrology/20210406/survey-reveals-why-nephrology-professionals-might-not-recommend-plantbased-diets
2 Comments
  1. Reply
    Donna

    Happy New Year! Great Podcast!
    I thought Lone Peak shoes were just trail running shoes?
    Going to watch The Road to 50 today, thanks for the recommendation. Everyone needs a little motivation every now and then.
    Hoping to get the Berry Clan back into nutrition class 🙂
    I so appreciate your never ending enthusiasm and continued tough love that encourages us all to strive for health and happiness.

  2. Reply
    Chuck Culp

    Hurd to believe that some folks would find preparing nutritious food more tedious than booking an appointment with a doctor, driving hours in traffic, waiting in a freezing room with dozens of sick people, while a huge flat screen television showed a continuous loop of pharmaceutical propaganda! Thanks for your clarity and honesty, Dr Dulaney. I always listen to your podcasts repeatedly while preparing my food.

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