CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: nutrition expert

Blogpost: Fear of not getting enough

You know the vegan drill. Where do I get my protein? How about calcium? What about good fats? Will I be hungry? Will I be satisfied? Yes, satisfaction is the real problem that is feared when considering becoming a plant strong vegan. I heard a discussion about food deserts. It is a real problem in […]
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Blogpost: Is a Vegan Diet the Best?

We all want to be the best we can be. So why not eat the best so we can be the best. However, when it comes to nutrition, I am more likely to hear, I eat “pretty healthy”. It seems as though most people are quite satisfied with “pretty healthy”. We lower the bar when […]
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Blogpost: How TV can Reinforce Misconceptions

Pharmaceutical advertisements are aimed to sell wellness through medications. They are also aimed at diverting the causation of the illnesses, and taking away any power of the individual to influence their diseases. The overweight kind man wants to spend more time with his grandchildren so he takes a diabetic medication or cholesterol medications to control […]
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Blogpost: How much weight can you exercise off?

Most people blame the lack of exercise for weight gain. If only they had more time or discipline to exercise their weight would be better. Gym memberships are as common as Netflix accounts, but we still have an obesity problem in this country. I see the same 3 people walking on my morning runs. No […]
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Blogpost: The Hunt

My uncles used to ask my father if he caught anything when he came back in from hunting. He would reply he did not “catch” but he killed a squirrel or a deer. That violent act of killing happens each time before someone consumes meat. Most people only picture the act of shooting in the […]
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Blogpost: The Fear of Carbs!

People have been told by their parents for hundreds of years to eat your vegetables. Healthy people eat fruits and vegetables. Many people grew up with backyard gardens full of vegetables and yes, potatoes. Even the USDA has a plate that includes a minimum of 4 servings of fruits and vegetables. No one spoke of […]
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Podcast: There are So Many Things You Can Do

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  We are learning more everyday about the role of microbes in health and wellness.  We continue to learn more about metabolism in health and in illness.  Yet somehow, it never gets past the journals.  It never gets implemented or promoted in peoples lives.  Not all published research is accurate, […]
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Blogpost: Wondering About Bread

I was driving the other day and an Arnold Bread Truck went by me as I was at a red light. The truck was wrapped in a picture of their famous potato bread. I remembered the taste instantly. Soft, but a little heavy, sweet and more dense than traditional white bread. I used to buy […]
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Podcast: An Interview with Ocean Robbins: 31-Day Food Revolution

Welcome! and thank you for listening.  Today, I am honored to have Ocean Robbins as my guest.  He is the CEO of The Food Revolution Network at foodrevolution.org If you have not listened to these, I reccommend them.  He and his father interview many inspirational and knowledgable leaders in the healthy food, healthy world arena.   Today […]
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Blogpost: Who or What Are You Going to Blame this Week?

Blaming is like worrying. It is really easy to do and rarely fixes the problem. However, both are good at causing a distraction. My husband is not supportive. My wife is not supportive. My coworkers are not supportive. My kids are not supportive. My workplace is not supportive. I have too much work. I am […]
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