CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: endurance training

Podcast: You are Never Out of Options

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   It is my only option.  We are running out of options.  Those might be familiar phrases that you have heard or used in the past.  I would like to add that there are always options.  There are other choices, other perceptions, other stories, and other outcomes.  We limit our […]
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Podcast: Calcium in All the Wrong Places?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Most people thinking of switching to a plant based diet worry about getting “enough of “ and in particular “enough calcium”.  Most are not exactly sure about all the things calcium is used for, but most associate calcium with bone health.  Thank you dairy association.  However, calcium is vital […]
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Blogpost: Too Young to Die

I never thought it would be this soon. He wasn’t in very good health, but I didn’t think he would die. Those words are all too familiar. Too young, too soon. What could have been done. I became a physician to try to decrease the times those words would be spoken. Thirty four years later […]
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Podcast: The Yin and Yang

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Yes and no, black and white, mobile and stiff, yin and yang, win or loose.  What is the penalty for changing your mind?  We all agree change is a must, unless it has to do with your opinion or viewpoint.  We change our hair style and our clothes style. […]
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Podcast: Dr Stuart McGill: Back Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Have you ever had back pain? Hip pain? Sciatica? Have you been told to do crunches and sit-ups to strengthen your core?  What is core stability? Spinal health?  Once a bad back always a bad back?  Is walking bad when you have back pain? Dr McGill and I discuss […]
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