CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: exercise

Blogpost: I Don’t Have Time

This is such an ironic statement for adults to make with regard to anything, but it really does not make any sense when it comes to health. If your children said they did not have time to do their homework because they had to watch their favorite TV show, it would be unacceptable. No discussion. […]
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Podcast: Let’s Play to Win instead of hoping not to loose

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  There are many marketing campaigns about finding a cure for various cancers and other maladies.  Presidents have declared war on cancer and a commitment to ending heart disease.  Millions of dollars are spent on pharmaceutical research.  While this is all well and good, little effort is given to preventative […]
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Half Way Through the Year… Time to Check In!

A Thursday Thought from Dietitian Addie We check our email, we check how many likes or followers we have on social media, but how often do we truly check in on our health? Typically, we pay attention to our health when something goes wrong or at the first of the year when the hot topic […]
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Blogpost: Stretch your metabolic success

Everyone does a stretch now and then. Sometimes just to relieve a kink and other times a mindful stretch to release tension. Part of the practice of Yoga is to attain a new position a little further than the last attempt. It can be good to stretch muscles out after a workout. These attempts at […]
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Are you focused on achieving health or a number?

A Thursday Thought from Dietitian Addie Focusing on either maintaining or improving your current health is FABULOUS! Virtual HIGH-FIVE to you for noting the importance of taking care of your body by both what you eat and how you move! But are you truly looking at health changes or are you just a slave to […]
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Podcast: The First Thing to Do is Start.

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Instead of looking at how fast you can get healthy, perhaps let’s focus on getting a little better everyday.  January is the month to go out hard and try to become healthy as quick as possible so that we can revert back to our old habits as soon as […]
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Blogpost: American Heart Association Says Just Move!

New physical activity guidelines were released by the American Heart Association (AHA) at the annual meeting.  They added to the current guidelines.  However, approximately 80% of Americans are currently not meeting the previous guidelines.  What!  Of course physicians are quick to point the finger and pull out presciption pads to write for BP and cholesterol […]
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