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All Posts Tagged: motivation

Podcast: Covid, fasting, and Immunity

Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Feed a fever; starve a fever?  If you can sit up and take nourishment, you are going to be ok?  What are good food choices when ill?  I am recovering from COVID-19.  Yes I had a positive PCR test and the symptoms.  Ten days I returned to work, and […]
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Podcast: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   This year’s Christmas is not about traditions for me.  It is about the basics.  Health and wellness.  The simple things.  How do you make your health a little better each day.  Both mental and physical? How do you choose to tell the story? I hope your holiday story is […]
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Podcast: COVID-19, Valvular Heart Disease and Plant Based Nutrition

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Are you hunkered down worried about COVID-19?  Are you at risk? Can you prepare? It is a great time to be plant strong.  Are we bullet proof?  Of course not.  But plant strong immune competent people can take a viral attack much better than fast food, meat eating, immunodeficient […]
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Podcast: Learning from Julie and Nannette

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Today I have two guests, Nannette Rogers and Julie Kermond.  They are both teachers, but now they do their work outside of the classroom.  It this does not inspire you, then you need to take a walk and listen again.  Nannette is 84 and Julie is 76.  They are […]
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Podcast: Save a Turkey

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Save a Turkey.  Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a peaceful Thanksgiving that promoted health and wellness?  I am not wishing for it, but I intend to do my best to live it.  No animal will give its life so that I can be thankful for having too […]
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Blogpost: My Uncomfortable Story

It is well documented that the best growth occurs when one is uncomfortable. The best fruit comes from the plant that struggles the most. The premature infant fights to become resilient and strong. The best movie theme plays out a struggle for survival. Our heroes struggled to overcome great adversity. The best wins are come […]
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Podcast: Ironman Chattanooga 144.6 recap

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. This episode is a recap of Ironman Chattanooga.  I completed the 144.6 mile course last Sunday in very hot and humid conditions.  What does this have to do with plant based wellness? Everything.  It is about pushing beyond your comfort zone.  It is about breaking a long day or […]
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Where do you get your motivation from?

Tuesday Tips from your plant strong Dietitian, Addie D Majnaric! You have to be motivated to accomplish a goal, especially the goal of a healthy and sustainable lifestyle change. You have to have something that sparks your fire on days when you are feeling less than your best or discouraged about your progress. While it […]
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Blogpost: Rehabilitation, Recovery, and Training; They are All the Same

Betty Ford may have been the one to change rehabilitation into a positive word. Rehabilitation used to be associated with substance addiction treatment for the most part. As orthopedic procedures became more advanced and aggressive, rehabilitation was something athletes did. It is now a standard part of orthopedic procedures, and inpatient centers allow patients to […]
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