CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: plant based cardiologist

Podcast: Episode 152-Do you have a game plan?

Welcome and thanks for listening. I would love to meet you at the 3rd Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference March 24, 2018. Doug Lisle, PhD, Timaree Hagenburger, RD, Addie Majnaric, RD and myself along with fabulous food and positive energy. Check out doctordulaney.com for more details and a link to buy tickets. Traveling […]
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Blogpost: Sometimes we get in own way

I watched two of my favorite basketball teams play this past weekend. Both lost their games not because they did not have the physical skills but because of their mindset. The first team was leading the whole game and lost in the closing minutes the same way they have lost to several other teams that […]
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Duct tape or Cure

“The patient has had stability of cardiac status on current medication schedule. The current medication regimen will be continued”. That was noted in a medical chart by a cardiologist. The reality is the same quote could be found in many charts, and most physicians and chart reviewers would be quite content with the statement. But […]
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Podcast Episode 151-How to Take Care of Your Heart

Welcome and thank you for listening. Happy Heart month. I hope your are taking care of the most precious thing you possess, your heart. If you don’t take care of your own, you cannot take care of another persons. It starts beating 21 days into life and is the last thing to stop as you […]
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Podcast 148-Celebrating Success with Addie Dulaney-Majnaric

Welcome and thanks for listening. How do we measure success when it comes to wellness or in becoming plant based. Is it a few more vegetables or a loss of weight? Perhaps a better HgA1C measuring glucose control. The excitement that plant based nutrition can help to reverse lifestyle diseases is often dampened by the […]
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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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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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Podcast 140 with Ken Botts of the US Humane Society

Welcome and thank you for listening. Today I feature Ken Botts. He is the food service and sustainable food system strategist of the US Humane Society. His tag line is appropriately making the world a better place one plate at a time. He realized eating predominately plant based helped him perform better in his sport […]
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