CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: plant based education

Podcast: Find Another Channel

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. How many people blame their orthopedic problems on adolescent injuries?  According to the CDC about 58.5 million adults have arthritis.  43.9% of those people report that it is an activity limiter.  50% of those greater than age 65 are unable to work or are disabled because of arthritis.  51% […]
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Podcast: Calcium in All the Wrong Places?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Most people thinking of switching to a plant based diet worry about getting “enough of “ and in particular “enough calcium”.  Most are not exactly sure about all the things calcium is used for, but most associate calcium with bone health.  Thank you dairy association.  However, calcium is vital […]
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Podcast: Magic Menu

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   Magic menu, magic health, magic weight loss: I have all the answers! Even David Copperfield will tell you that it is just an illusion.  Perhaps that is what keeps us coming back.  The belief that we can be surprised before our very eyes.  The truth is that a magician […]
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Podcast: Food Matters

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   I think most people listening to this podcast believe that plant based nutrition can prevent and reverse lifestyle diseases.  But what about infectious diseases?  Do we fight infectious diseases or not let them get a hold in the first place?  Is sterilizing the environment with chemicals and prophylaxis  with […]
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Podcast: Addie Majnaric, RDN and Travel with Children

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Today I am joined by Addie Dulaney Majnaric, RDN to discuss some nutrition pet peeves as well as some travel tips for eating healthy.  One of the biggest things we can do for our family is to maximize health through nutrition.  While it is true, children can survive on […]
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Podcast: Is Your Nutrition on Autopilot?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening!  Are you on nutrition autopilot?  Do you skip breakfast or grab a smoothie then graze your way into lunch? Is your desk drawer at work filled with snacks that don’t count in your nutrition log?  Have you planned dinner, or will you just grab something on the way home?  […]
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Podcast: Can You Exercise Yourself Skinny?

https://www.amazon.com/Burn-Research-Really-Calories-Healthy/dp/B08FL6Y69D/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2LD1P9GEGT1WK&dchild=1&keywords=burn+in+book&qid=1626479078&sprefix=burn+in+%2Caps%2C191&sr=8-5 Welcome! snd Thank you for listening! I am sure you have heard it takes so many minutes of exercising to burn off a donut? Some people say thy have a slow metabolism and cannot loose weight on any diet.  Some people say you need to eat to loose weight because you need to stoke […]
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Podcast: Hurricane Free Food

Welcome! and Thank you for listening!.  Elsa is off the west coast of Florida, and I am reporting in as safe.  The threat of a hurricane adds some stress to daily life.  It also requires preparing for potential days without power.  It usually mean a few days inside watching the wind and the rain.  It […]
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Podcast: Trade Offs

Welcome! and Thank you for listening!.  There seems to always be a trade off.  In medicine, we call it risk versus benefit.  In life, it often refers to immediate gratification versus delayed gratification.  In training, it can be flexibility versus strength, or speed versus endurance.  Nonetheless we have to make these decisions every day in […]
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Blogpost: Too Young to Die

I never thought it would be this soon. He wasn’t in very good health, but I didn’t think he would die. Those words are all too familiar. Too young, too soon. What could have been done. I became a physician to try to decrease the times those words would be spoken. Thirty four years later […]
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