CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: wellness

Health Takes Intentionality

Wishful thinking rarely leads to results… let’s chew on that. Healthy living takes intention. The photos we see on TV or Instagram of beautiful recipes or healthy individuals are due to time spent setting a plan into place to achieve goals. Health doesn’t just happen. Learning new styles of cooking doesn’t just happen. We cannot […]
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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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January – A time to start the next challenge!

Each month within our practice, I host a wellness challenge of sorts. We go from steps to strength training, circuits to mobility, cardio minutes to nutrition check-ins. It is a way to up the ante if you will. You may be doing very well with your nutrition and wellness but feel in a rut. January […]
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Podcast: Sugar Sugar

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  “Don’t eat sugar”.  “I gave up carbs.” “Sugar feeds cancer.”  What does that mean?  Sugar is a disaccharide of glucose and fructose.  It sounds like the sugar in fruit.  Starch is long chains of sugar.  Most people say potatoes and grains are starches.  But are potatoes only starch?  That […]
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Podcast: Odyssey Swim Run Austin

elcome! and Thank you for listening.  People like us do things like this…Seth Godin We did the Odyssey Swim Run Austin last weekend, and I will be giving you our race report.  Spoiler alert: IT WAS GREAT! Why were there not more people in the 50-70 age group there?  Why is my local pool empty […]
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Podcast: Conversation with Ali Jahn and Breast Cancer Hope

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Life is a journey as “they” say, and it rarely goes as we imagine.  Perhaps those jolt-like twists and turns can be an awakening to a new and better path.  Today’s guest, Ali Jahn, experienced some life changing events that led her to a path of optimism and action.  […]
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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: 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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