Nutritional Wellness Blog

Podcast: Happy Thanksgiving

Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy Plant Strong Thanksgiving.  I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with gratitude and nutrients to make you and your family happy and healthy into the New Year.   When did Thanksgiving first become a holiday of overindulgence?   Joshepha Hale  lobbied to get Thanksgiving to be an official United States Holiday […]
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Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Plant based nutrition is a very effective method to reverse lifestyle diseases such as coronary artery disease, obesity, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases.   Eating plant based and only plant protein sources is associated with a decrease in cancer and cancer recurrences.  People with kidney disease can have a slowing of […]
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Podcast: The State of the Medical Community

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Do you go to your doctor to hear what makes you happy or to hear the truth about your state of health?  Would you like to go back to the old days when a physician might not tell you the truth about your prognosis because he didn’t think you […]
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Podcast: You can Choose Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Today I am going to share with you a few stories that you might just identify with.  Sometimes, people think they have more trouble changing than others.  Or perhaps they have more trouble with support than others.  It is really not true.    Don’t feel bad that your family […]
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Podcast: My ONE-SIDED Debate on Healthcare

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  The perfect debate question to me is a problem defined. and then solved by the debating parties.  We did not see much of that during this week’s debate.  So I have taken it upon myself to debate the healthcare issue.  Firstly, it should be defined as sick care because […]
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Podcast: Don’t Be Mislead by Metrics

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  There are so many nutritional claims suggesting certain foods result in the best outcome.  But what outcomes are they referring to?  How much dietary change do you really need to do?  Why change anyway?  Today’s discussion is about risk versus benefits.  How do you personally measure health improvement?  What […]
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