CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: nutrition education

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: 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: 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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Blogpost: Boosting Immunity and Have Faith

Somewhere along the way, we lost our childlike faith that our bodies are amazingly resilient and can handle most of what our environment throws at us. Perhaps it was after a trauma or just living enough years to know that bad things can happen to good, unsuspecting people. Of course there is another way to […]
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Podcast: Too Much Food, too Little Exercise

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Did you take in too much food this weekend and not enough exercise?  That is the norm for this time of year.  It is not too late to get things back under control.  The holiday season is a time of over eating and under exercising.  With the average American […]
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