CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: plant strong

Podcast: If Grizzlies Eat Plants, Why Can’t You?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Grizzly bears eat a lot of plants because catching animals is not that easy.  Wolves are carnivores but are only successful at capturing their prey 30% of their efforts.  If these to predators don’t eat meat every day then why do humans?  Our lifestyle diseases are largely from metabolic […]
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Podcast: Seven Ways to Ensure Long Term Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening!.  My grandmother always said, “don’t put off tomorrow what you could be doing today”  Those are some great words to live by when focusing on health and wellness as well.  We can be of even better service to others if we also focus on keeping fit and healthy.   […]
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Podcast: What is the Price of Cheat Day?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening!. A lot of paleo people say they need a cheat meal because they have such a craving for carbohydrates that they have been denying their bodies.  It would be a good thing to cheat on a keto or paleo diet if it were with nutrient dense fruit or colorful […]
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Podcast: A Company with Compassion with an Emphasis on Health-Interview with the COO of Geostabilization International, Nathan Beard

Welcome! and Thank you for listening!.  I am showcasing GeoStabilization International in the podcast today.  I will be speaking with Nathan Beard, the COO of the company.  I am honored to have worked with the founder of the company, Bob Barrett on the addition of plant based nutrition to his Healthspan foundation.  This is a […]
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Blogpost: Athletics and Nutrition-the Next Level

This is an exciting time of the year for cycling fans. The Tour de France is one of the most grueling endurance events with 21 stages covering 3,360 miles at an average speed of 40.206 mph. The route varies each year but always has mountainous climbs through the Pyrenees and the Alps. Crashes are not […]
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Blogpost: The Time For You Prevent Heart Disease is Now

A recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology by Gidding SS, et al and Zhang Y, et al. showed that elevated BP and LDL cholesterol in young adults increased the risk for cardiovascular events later in life. How much later? The study followed people for an average of 17 years […]
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Blogpost: Sports Drinks and Recovery Drinks: Harm or Good?

The pros are doing it. Why not us regular folks? Drink chocolate milk to recover from triathlon training, touts a famous female triathlete. She is a fabulous athlete that is sponsored by the milk industry, and I would give anything to run like she does. Will chocolate milk make me faster, stronger, and less likely […]
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Blogpost: Stretch your metabolic success

Everyone does a stretch now and then. Sometimes just to relieve a kink and other times a mindful stretch to release tension. Part of the practice of Yoga is to attain a new position a little further than the last attempt. It can be good to stretch muscles out after a workout. These attempts at […]
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Podcast: Self Talk-I can Do This

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Life is like a marathon.  Just when you think it is too tough to go on, you hear a cheer from the crown, and you get a second wind.  Nothing changed, there were just some strangers cheering and ringing cow bells.  There was a study where they flashed smiley […]
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Blogpost: Let’s Talk about Breakfast

Nothing is without confusion. Should we eat breakfast? Should we wait until we are hungry? What about kids? Should they eat breakfast? I am a morning person. I didn’t use to be a breakfast person. Ok, I didn’t use to be a healthy breakfast person. Morning is peaceful. A fresh new day. The stillness as […]
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