CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: running and life

Podcast: Plant Based Mom Mom

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  I am very lucky that the various hats I wear seem to connect easily with my nutritional choices.   I was a daughter, doctor, wife and mother in that order, before  I became plant based nutritionally.  I became Mom Mom recently, and it is my favorite of all.  My roles […]
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Podcast: Your Plate Equals Your Outcome

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. What are you eating for?  A common reaction is stress eating.  Was your goal accomplished.  Most of the time that is temporary.  A short, feel good moment.  Goal achieved.  But then the guilt sets in.  Why, the goal was achieved?  The guilt is because we all know the real […]
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Podcast: Why oh Why Do That

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Happy Earth Day! My mangos are growing.  My different varieties of tomatoes are flourishing on my tower garden.  Parsley and dill are thriving in the raised beds along with kale and swiss chard.  If you have not seen Kiss the Ground, check it out.  You will want to make […]
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Podcast: You Have to Have Heart

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   Happy Valentine’s Day.  Happy love and friendship to others.  But please wish yourself a Happy Valentine’s day.  Yes you are worthy of good health, love and friendship.  It starts with you.  Why not me? Why not you?   Getting to be in control is powerful, and starting that control with […]
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Podcast: Welcome Back to the Wagon

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Happy Healthy New Year! Have you ever heard or felt that if your feet hurt, your whole body hurt?  One of the biggest injuries in beginning a walking or running program is plantar fasciitis,  achilles tendonitis, or shin splints.  We look at the part that hurts and aim the […]
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Podcast: You Can’t Out Run Your Nutrition

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   I would like to wish Coach Jeff Galloway a speedy recovery from his recent cardiac event, and I hope he gets back running/walking soon.   As many of you know, he is a world famous marathon runner and coach who developed the run/walk/run method of marathon training.  Despite running a […]
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Podcast: Confessions of an Unlikely Runner by Dana Ayers

Welcome! and Thank you for listening! When can you call yourself a runner? Do you have to win a race, run a marathon or just show up?  Do you think of running as punishment or something other people do?   Today’s interview features Dana Ayers, a US Navy reservist, management consultant and you guessed it, […]
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Podcast: Asking the Right Questions

Welcome! and thank you for listening.  There is a lot of health opinions and advise offered freely on the web.  How much is true?  How do you sort it out?  Who is an expert? Does Yale or Harvard mean more than Ohio State when it comes to physicians, statisticians or perhaps veterinarians?   Sometimes we […]
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