CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: wellness

Podcast: Doug Evans author of The Sprout Book

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  How do you eat an organic nutrient dense plant based diet cheap? Grow some of your own food.  There are more options than you would initially think and range from a full backyard garden or community raised beds to porch pots of vegetables and herb gardens.  If that is […]
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Podcast: Run, Swim, Rock Climb Repeat: Plus a Little Cardio Talk as Well.

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  The American Heart Association minimal weekly cardiovascular exercise suggestion is 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise.  The funny part is that most of those committee members probably don’t meet the goal and cannot define what moderate to vigorous exercise might look like.  Thirty minutes three times a week […]
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Podcast: Getting Lost

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Navigating while relying on GPS can make getting somewhere easier but it rarely results in making mental memories of how to get there again.  Getting lost is perceived differently for individuals.  If you still maintain your sense of self in your current surroundings, you may not consider yourself lost.  […]
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Podcast: Thriving on Plants and Plant Protein

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  The recovery from Ian continues in Southwest Florida, and daily life is slowing returning to normal.  How do you plan your daily meals?  Do you think in terms of macronutrients such as fat, carbohydrate and protein? Do you focus on micronutrients? Or do you focus on avoiding unhealthy foods […]
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Podcast: Christopher McDougall of Born to Run

Welcome! and Thank you for listening! You are too old not to run.  As my guest today, Christopher McDougall would add by the title of his book you are “Born To Run”.   You might ask why run? What are the benefits of running over other exercises? Is it better to run in groups or alone? […]
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Podcast: Consistency and Nutrient Intake: Too much or not enough?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  The key to most any improvement in health or performance is consistency.  Day after day, year after year, consistent implementations of actions that lead to a certain goal.  There is no stagnation.  There is only improvement or decline.  But how do we stay consistent?  Lofty goals are not great […]
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Podcast: Strength is Ageless with Ginny MacColl

Welcome! and Thank You for listening! This episode features Ginny MacColl.  She is a mother, actress, swimmer, and Ninja Warrior at the young age of 70.  No, they are not age specific obstacles, she is doing the same obstacle course as the 20 somethings, and she didn’t start training for Ninja until her mid 60s.  […]
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Podcast: Children, Walking, and Broccoli.

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   Is feeding kids plant based unhealthy?  Is it too risky and complicated to try? The healthiest 2 year old I know has been plant based since conception.  Children are growing and developing and require more attention to nutrients.  We assume that if they are not underweight, they are getting […]
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Podcast: Atrial Fibrillation and Plant Based Nutrition

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Atrial fibrillation is one of the most common arrhythmias that people develop.  It can require hospitalization as well as long term medications that can have side effects.  I am often asked whether a plant based diet can prevent or reverse such arrhythmias.  The answer is possibly yes.  Yes, if […]
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