CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: endurance athlete

Podcast: Happy Mother’s Day

Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy Mother’s Day.  The first mother’s day celebration took place in 1908 in Grafton, West Virginia when Anna Jarvis campaigned for the holiday in honor of her mother.  Back in the day, most mother’s ran the house and took care of the children.  The food on the table was […]
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Podcast: Zion 50K Race Report

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Zion 50K is in the books!   Studies have shown that experiencing awe has been associated with increased calmness and kindness to others.  It brings people back to the present moment.  That is exactly what happens in an ultramarathon in a beautiful location such as Zion National Park.  Bright blue […]
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Podcast: Double Anvil Triathlon and Lp(a) with Tom Montgomery

Welcome and Thank you for listening! Today, I am joined by Tom Montgomery.  He is an accomplished triathlete at 66 years young.  He also has cardiovascular disease.  But a stent has just been a little bump his life as an athlete.  Join me as we chat about his recent double Anvil race where he and […]
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Podcast: Covid Comeback!

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  I am a plant based cardiologist and endurance athlete.  However, I am currently on a healing journey from COVID.  I am getting better.  How did I get it?  Is it easy or hard to contract?  Asymptomatic or presymptomatic spread?  Outdoor spread?  We will discuss on all of that as […]
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Podcast: Confessions of an Unlikely Runner by Dana Ayers

Welcome! and Thank you for listening! When can you call yourself a runner? Do you have to win a race, run a marathon or just show up?  Do you think of running as punishment or something other people do?   Today’s interview features Dana Ayers, a US Navy reservist, management consultant and you guessed it, […]
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Podcast: Protecting your Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Protecting the aging heart is something all cardiologists should think about. In fact, we all should think about that as well as protecting the aging immune system, and the aging skeletal system.  Protecting against what? The problem is we don’t protect our bodies, we wait until they break and […]
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