CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: nutrition

Quick Vegetable Bean Soup!

It is that soup time of year, no matter where you live! Dive in to this bowl of nutrient density, and have quick and easy leftovers for days! 1 pack of 15 bean soup mix (can be bought at this link on Amazon or in most grocery stores in the beans & rice section) 4 cups kale, […]
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It is Never Too Late to Exercise!

In a recent article published in the American Heart Association Journal; Circulation Volume 137, 2018, exercise improved heart function as measured by right heart catheterization and echocardiography.  They randomized 61 healthy but sedentary, middle aged men from the Texas Heart Study to either 2 years of exercise training or a control group of balance and […]
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Blog post: A sneak peak at our nutrition class

I would like to share a little about what is happening in our nutrition classes. This is the second week and we have three levels of classes currently in session. Today, in the Level 2 class we did some menu sharing as well as sharing positive and negatives that happened last week in our plant […]
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Upcoming Events: 3rd Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference

Join us for the 3rd Annual Nutrition Conference March 24, 2018 at the Twin Isles Country Club in Punta Gorda. Speakers include T.Colin Campbell,PhD, Jaimela Dulaney,MD, Addie Dulaney-Majnaric,RD and Timaree Hagenburger,RD. A plant strong, nutrient dense breakfast and lunch is included as well as a cooking demonstration. There will be plenty of time for questions […]
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Podcast Episode 144: Walking with Peety by Eric O’ Grey

Welcome and thank you for your support as 2017 comes to a close. I look forward to many exciting guests and topics to discuss in 2018. This episode is near and dear to my heart. The story of Walking with Peety is a story about recovering health and happiness largely because of the love of […]
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Homemade Sauerkraut

After reading Dr. Dulaney’s blog post on Gut Microbiome, you may be wondering how you can create a healthy gut for yourself. Eating fermented foods to help with your own personal collection of healthy gut bacteria is a great way to get started! Try this simple, at home sauerkraut recipe. Cabbage, finely chopped (pictured here […]
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November Member Spotlight: Cindy!

     We are extremely excited to announce November’s Member of the Month, Cindy! We hope you find her journey as inspiring as we do! Cindy had tried plant based eating on and off again several times in her life, following the recommendations of Dr. John McDougall, specifically whenever she felt she needed to lose […]
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