Podcasts: Time: Don’t waste it.

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. 

I turned 60 this week.  I am entering the senior years of my life.  Time is my most precious commodity.  Do I coast or push? Many people promise the fountain of youth through pills or procedures.  But I challenge you to take charge of your health now. 

In reality, most modern medical procedures and pharmaceuticals patch problems rather than cure them.   The accumulation of metabolic waste begins to take its toll and diagnosis increase as do medications and ailments.  

I believe the best way to eliminate metabolic waste and improve health is through plant based nutrition and movement. I want to share this secret with as many people as I can for my remaining years.  Would you like to join me as an outlier in health and wellness? 

 Standing decreases your risk of death and major cardiac events as noted in a recent publication that I will discuss.  Do you stand for 8 hours a day? Let me help you do a few calculations.  Excessive sodium intake results in vascular injury and heart disease.  Do you really know how much sodium is in your food?

Who are you going to trust to assure your food is as healthy as it can be?  Spoiler, it can only be you.  Your choice.  Health and nutrition over marketing and gimmicks.  What are you waiting for? The clock is ticking.  

Thank you for listening. 

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    Cheryl Miklaszewski

    Very “timely” podcast for me! I already knew nobody could fix me but me; however, I’ve not been taking the “time” to do that. As always, your observations are spot on!

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    This was such a great podcast! Quality of life is based on the quality of what we eat and how we move. Dr. Dulaney, you are such a wonderful doctor, motivator, and role model for us all. Thank you for all the time and effort you put into your practice! You make us think about how we live each and every day and how to take control of our lives. Thinking is much better if we do it standing up 🙂
    Cheers to your 60s looking forward to your 70s! Happy Birthday!

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