CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

Nutritional Wellness Blog

Blogpost: Hormone replacement and the fountain of youth

How do we do what we want to,  and eat what we want and yet stay young.  Funny thing is we don’t have the desire to be young until our chronologic age is no longer considered young.  Since hormone levels decrease as we age, we assume that it is the hormones that are causing us […]
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Podcast: Happy Healthy Father’s Day

Welcome and thank you for listening. Happy Father’s days to all of the dads that tune in. This episode is dedicated to my father who has passed. It is my hope that by getting this message that plant based nutrition can reverse lifestyle diseases, many dads will not necessary develop these terrible diseases at such […]
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Blogpost: Comfort Foods

What is comfort food? Google says it is food that provides consolation or a feeling of wellbeing. It often has a high sugar content and is associated with home cooking.  Comfort foods are usually made with  simple ingredient and often high in carbohydrates. Southern living lists Mac and Cheese, fried chicken, creamy mushroom grits, biscuits, […]
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Blogpost: My fruit started out in a pie

Most of us did not start our lives eating just vegetables and fruits. We ate the “American Diet” which was a meat, a starch and a vegetable. In my grandmother’s house there was usually desert and most of the time there was a choice of pie. Fruit pie or filled pie. Why pie? Because it […]
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Podcast Episode 165- Preventing colon cancer

Welcome and thank you for listening. Maybe I should have titled todays episode, How to get colon cancer? The American Cancer Society has been watching people over the past 10 years develop colon cancer at increasing rates in their 40s. The incidence is up 50% over the last 10 years. They now suggest we begin […]
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Blogpost: What do I do to fight the common cold or virus?

The one medicine that has been shown to prevent death from a bacterial infection is an antibiotic. It has markedly improved the lifespan of humans from the treatment of wounds to dysentery  to pneumonia. It has also changed the course of heart disease with regard to rheumatic fever that results from a particular streptococcus infection. So […]
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Blog Post: Changing the Focus

I have had many successes helping people to reverse their lifestyle diseases over the past year though adopting plant based nutrition. Adding nutrition classes that are available three times a week has been the basis of that success. Many people are finding they have a lot more energy and a lot less body aches. However, […]
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Are Kale chips equivalent to Kale salad?

The word “Kale” is not the problem.  It is more that “Chips” bring to mind a better image for most than “Salad”.  Chips mean snack and eat what you want.  Salad is associated with health food and no body wants that. Yet we are all trying to get healthy.   We want health,  but we […]
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