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All Posts Tagged: reversing heart disease

Podcast: My ONE-SIDED Debate on Healthcare

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  The perfect debate question to me is a problem defined. and then solved by the debating parties.  We did not see much of that during this week’s debate.  So I have taken it upon myself to debate the healthcare issue.  Firstly, it should be defined as sick care because […]
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Podcast: The Yin and Yang

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Yes and no, black and white, mobile and stiff, yin and yang, win or loose.  What is the penalty for changing your mind?  We all agree change is a must, unless it has to do with your opinion or viewpoint.  We change our hair style and our clothes style. […]
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Podcast: Eat Plant Based Like Someone is Watching!

Welcome! and Thank you for listening!.  How can you worry about dying from a virus and not coronary heart disease?  It seems my local ER staff isn’t concerned.  If you are a women 45-50 your chances of a myocardial infarction (MI) or death from an MI is about 35/1000.  If you are a man in […]
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Podcast: Protecting your Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Protecting the aging heart is something all cardiologists should think about. In fact, we all should think about that as well as protecting the aging immune system, and the aging skeletal system.  Protecting against what? The problem is we don’t protect our bodies, we wait until they break and […]
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Podcast: Can I Just Stop My Medication?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Can you just stop medications?  Your doctor may say you can never stop your medications.  What if you ask why?  Are you an annoying patient because you ask questions or question the answers?  These situations lead to distrust and confusion.  What is your roll in becoming healthy.  Will your […]
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