CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: running and life

Blogpost: Celery Fields Running

Our next race is in the mountains of Georgia.  Up and down over 56 miles with somewhere around 16,000 feet of climbing and equal descending.  So we decided to do our Sunday long run at a place called Celery Fields in Sarasota, Florida.  It is a county owned park that began as  flooding mitigation fields.  […]
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Blogpost: Running Challenge Update

April8 blogpost We are now into a week and weekend with our members daily 5k challenge. Some people run more and some are striving to get to 3.1 miles. Others are striving to keep their streak alive. The challenge is also to walk outside. We Floridians have an advantage, but around an hour outside is […]
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Blogpost: April Walk Challenge

I am so enjoying the participation of our membership in the wellness challenge. Some folks are not facebookers so I have decided to up my blog posts to share my experience. It was a beautiful start at 6:15 with Three-o. Temperatures in the low 60s. The wind from yesterday was gone. The dirt mound over […]
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Podcast: Who Are You?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Who are you?  What story do you use to answer that question?  Perhaps your story fits who you are but not who you wish to be.  Today’s podcast is about changing the story to become more healthy.  Our story can help us accept our circumstances, but we often forget […]
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Podcast: Vegan Diet Wins a Controlled Trial

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Finally we have a randomized controlled study on a plant based diet versus an omnivore diet.  It was only 2 months, but it gives a lot of information to contemplate.   We are by history omnivores.  That means we digest meat, dairy, fruit, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds.  Buts […]
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Podcast: Running with Dr. Matt Minard

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Today I have a guest, Dr. Matt Minard.  He is a physical therapist that specializes in running injury prevention and running mechanics.  There is a high incidence of runners that get injured.  Some would say that that is an excuse not to run.  However, the benefits of running markedly […]
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Podcast: Who is Taking the Risk and Who Benefits?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   Patients rights.  Informed consent.  Who really benefits from these concepts? If I inform you of the risks and benefits they are supposed to be to the best of my knowledge.  You would need to know the depth of my knowledge to fully understand that.  The other problem is when […]
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Podcast: Virtues and Plant Based Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   Virtues: Perseverance, Patience, Courage, Accountability, and Practical Wisdom How do these virtues apply to plant based nutrition and movement?   Pride, Envy, and Intemperance.  How do these impede our success in attaining ultimate health and wellness.   Dr. Sabrina Little wrote an article in IRunFar.com applying those virtues to sport.   Transitioning to a […]
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Podcast: 85 Years Young Vegan Ultramarathoner Paul Youd

Today I have Paul Youd on the podcast.  He is an 85 year old endurance athlete from the UK.  His knees bothered him so bad in his 50s that he stopped running and started biking.  Then he became vegan after learning about the cruel conditions factory farm animals endure.  One day chasing his grandson, he […]
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Podcast: Practice Choosing Hard Things

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  We have so many nutritional options and things to choose leading to confusion and indecision.  There is more dietary advise advertised than just about anything else.  Eating is glamorous, social, and is portrayed as having a large role in our overall happiness.  Admitting that our food choices play a […]
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