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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 is where the confusion begins.…
 
Welcome! 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 at 6:30 am for lap swimming? Who put the bulletin out that…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. This podcast features Harvey Lewis III, a very accomplished ultra runner, plant based eater and inspirational man. He has run the Badwater 135 mile ultra 10 times winning the race in 2014 and 2021. He is a schoolteacher by day and has been commuting to work under human power for over 6 years. It is his goal to …
 
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. Having a diagnosis of breast cancer certainly ma…
 
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% classify their health …
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. I would also like to thank those attending the webinar and for all of your wonderful feedback. One of the features of Blue Zoners or octogenarians as noted by Dan Buettner is their social connectedness or sense of purpose. Sometimes we link our occupation to our sense of purpose so much that we out it we become…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Most people thinking of switching to a plant based diet worry about getting “enough of “ and in particular “enough calcium”. Most are not exactly sure about all the things calcium is used for, but most associate calcium with bone health. Thank you dairy association. However, calcium is vital to muscle contracti…
 
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 has to perform a trick 1000s of times before it…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. The Alamo City Ultra is in the books! Thank you Rob Goyen and the Trails over Texas Ultra company for putting on a great 50 K ultra. What business does a 59 yr old physician from Florida have running in the woods in Texas? What could possibly be gained from rocks, roots, heat, and railroad ties? Can you even ea…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. I think most people listening to this podcast believe that plant based nutrition can prevent and reverse lifestyle diseases. But what about infectious diseases? Do we fight infectious diseases or not let them get a hold in the first place? Is sterilizing the environment with chemicals and prophylaxis with vacci…
 
Welcome! and thank you for listening. Today I am joined by Katy Bowman. Bestselling author, speaker, and a leader in the Movement movement, bio mechanist Katy Bowman is changing the way we move and think about our need for movement. Her nine books, including the groundbreaking “Move Your DNA” and “Movement Matters”, have been translated into more t…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. How do we affect positive change in a world that is so divided? I believe it starts at home. Living in harmony in our personal environments then translates to harmony extended into the world around us. We cannot depend on others to affect positive change if we make no efforts ourselves. We are over a year into …
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Today I am joined by Addie Dulaney Majnaric, RDN to discuss some nutrition pet peeves as well as some travel tips for eating healthy. One of the biggest things we can do for our family is to maximize health through nutrition. While it is true, children can survive on adequate calories, proper growth, brain deve…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening! Today I am honored to have Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor on the show. She is the author of two incredible books. The first is her chronicle and inside look as a neuroscientist on her own hemorrhagic stroke at age 37 entitled, My Stroke of Insight. The second is her gift to humanity on how to apply the circuitry of the b…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Are you on nutrition autopilot? Do you skip breakfast or grab a smoothie then graze your way into lunch? Is your desk drawer at work filled with snacks that don't count in your nutrition log? Have you planned dinner, or will you just grab something on the way home? We are faced with thousands of decisions each …
 
Welcome! snd Thank you for listening! I am sure you have heard it takes so many minutes of exercising to burn off a donut? Some people say thy have a slow metabolism and cannot loose weight on any diet. Some people say you need to eat to loose weight because you need to stoke your metabolism. According to Herman Pontzer, Phd and his new book Burn, …
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening!. Elsa is off the west coast of Florida, and I am reporting in as safe. The threat of a hurricane adds some stress to daily life. It also requires preparing for potential days without power. It usually mean a few days inside watching the wind and the rain. It can also mean comfort food or junk food. We usually g…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening!. There seems to always be a trade off. In medicine, we call it risk versus benefit. In life, it often refers to immediate gratification versus delayed gratification. In training, it can be flexibility versus strength, or speed versus endurance. Nonetheless we have to make these decisions every day in one form o…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! I have not been cherry picking but I have been mango picking. Florida mangos are the best as far as I am concerned. But that is just my biased opinion based on a couple of really good local varieties. Before I had a local mango, I thought the little yellow honey mangos in the grocery store were good. I have bee…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy Father's day! I hope all the fathers out there are getting a healthy hearty meal this father's day. This episode will speak to healthy celebration foods and maintaining those big muscles by eating plants!. Ketosis is associated with fat loss but also Dexa scan proven muscle loss. Those muscles are importa…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Dave Klisz from the podcast: Running in the Center of the Universe. Dave is an ultra runner and describes himself as an ordinary middle of the pack runner. He is in the 50-55 age group, and is now experiencing friends that are having lifestyle diseases despite running.…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening!. Summertime fun is here along with BBQs and picnics. What is a plant based person to do? How can you possible have fun or even survive? Addie Majnaric, RDN joins me today to discuss our upcoming Zoom Nutrition Conference June 16, 2021 where we will address those things and more. The challenge is on! Send us you…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy First Birthday to my Grandson Caleb! Today I would like to celebrate movement. You are never too old to play. I had a great time playing with the Plant Based Striders last weekend. We took hardware (placed) in every age category that we participated in. Fabulous! The smiles and positive energy created mem…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening!. Happy Birthday to my favorite plant based RDN, Addie Majnaric!! Time to gently stir fry Addie or perhaps just embarrass her a little. It has not been easy being the daughter of a plant based Cardiologist. Some would guess that there were many perks along the way, and things came pretty easy. I think we often l…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy 88th birthday to the Diva, Alfreda Dulaney/Mom. At 5'1" she sets the bar high for living life large. My mother was one of the early active moms. She worked two jobs, ran the household which was eventually two, rode bikes, played pick up softball, transported to various practices and finally took up golf i…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy Mother's Day. The first mother's day celebration took place in 1908 in Grafton, West Virginia when Anna Jarvis campaigned for the holiday in honor of her mother. Back in the day, most mother's ran the house and took care of the children. The food on the table was what was grown and raised by the family. T…
 
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 marathon nearly every month, J…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Which motivates you more; you can't do this or don't regret not trying? The story we tell does more to predict our future than the obstacles we face. We all face challenges that can lead to amazing achievements or a long list of could have beens. Get up, and dust yourself off. There is a lot of healthy life to …
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Zion 50K is in the books! Studies have shown that experiencing awe has been associated with increased calmness and kindness to others. It brings people back to the present moment. That is exactly what happens in an ultramarathon in a beautiful location such as Zion National Park. Bright blue skies, rocks of eve…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! This episode is about sitting?????? Yes, there is a need to stand and a time to sit. One important time to sit is when we are eating. I want to discuss self care and family care this episode when it comes to eating patterns, and how it relates to metabolism and overall health. This is not about needing to be pa…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy Easter! Happy Passover! and Happy Spring. Flowers are blooming and spring is in the air. Time to plant the backyard garden and keep planting your gut microbe garden. This episode is how to improve your cardiovascular health. Cardiovascular health in a recent study was based on smoking, total cholesterol, …
 
Welcome and Thank you for listening! Today, I am joined by Tom Montgomery. He is an accomplished triathlete at 66 years young. He also has cardiovascular disease. But a stent has just been a little bump his life as an athlete. Join me as we chat about his recent double Anvil race where he and his two fellow team members completed 4.8 miles of swimm…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Do you give yourself little rewards? Cheat days? Treats for good behavior? Have you had someone give you rewards along the way for your biggest achievements? I bet not. It seems our "little rewards" along the way often derail our ultimate goals. For the most part, people don't regret the rewards, but are surpri…
 
Welcome and Thank you for listening!! I am joined on this episode with apprentice endurance athlete in training Paster Hutch Strahm. We ran the Treasure Coast marathon this past weekend together along with Michael Hubbard. It was the first marathon ever for Hutch who had not run a step in many years. He started his plant based journey after multipl…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Healthy people, healthy animals, and a healthy planet. What could be better. This episode summarizes the points in my Vegefest Presentation at the Punta Gorda, Vegefest. The risk factors for lifestyle disease, heart disease, and infectious disease outcomes are largely the same. Controlling a risk factor is not …
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. A recent study showed a death rate for the first heart attack of 17.8 % over 28 days. 62.3% of those deaths occurred in the first 24 hours. Are you at risk, or only the old folks need worry? The truth is that over the past decade the number of heart attacks are decreasing but they are occurring at younger ages.…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy Heart Month and Happy Valentines Day. I would like to share a few secrets to keep your Valentine around longer and perhaps healthier. It does not involve sugary candies or expensive meals. Make eggs a hard no. Not just the ones in a skillet covered with cheese, but the ones hidden in pastries, and breaded…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. It is heart month! There is no better way to reverse and prevent heart disease than eating a plant based diet. Reduce cholesterol, inflammation, and blood pressure all why decreasing your risk for other lifestyle diseases. Why does it take a heart attack or stroke to get someones attention? Perhaps we think we …
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Today, I have the pleasure of speaking with Chris Wark who has put colon cancer in the rear view mirror for 17 years! He decided not to go with traditional chemotherapy and instead took a deep dive into diet and lifestyle changes. Medical decision making is very difficult especially when dealing with a frighten…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. January is the month for weight loss. Get it off and move on. Or, return to eating like you want to. That is not the recipe for health, but a quick fix at best. How do you loose weight without suffering? How do you reverse lifestyle diseases and also loose weight? Why not just have a procedure or take a pill. W…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening!. Accountability comes in many forms; friends, family, and perhaps self. I love the concept of self accountability using a calendar. Write it down daily to keep it true and to be able to self check week to week and year to year. Today, I will give you some tips on how this form of journaling can help to you to p…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Feed a fever; starve a fever? If you can sit up and take nourishment, you are going to be ok? What are good food choices when ill? I am recovering from COVID-19. Yes I had a positive PCR test and the symptoms. Ten days I returned to work, and I am beginning to resume my running at a slow and cautious amount and…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. I am a plant based cardiologist and endurance athlete. However, I am currently on a healing journey from COVID. I am getting better. How did I get it? Is it easy or hard to contract? Asymptomatic or presymptomatic spread? Outdoor spread? We will discuss on all of that as well as the treatment that I am utilizin…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. This year's Christmas is not about traditions for me. It is about the basics. Health and wellness. The simple things. How do you make your health a little better each day. Both mental and physical? How do you choose to tell the story? I hope your holiday story is one of health and happiness. Peace and gratitude…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Have you heard the song; A Few of My Favorite Things? This episode has a few of my favorite things I find beautiful. The little things that can make your day. If little things make you smile, perhaps finding the little but beautiful things in a healthy lifestyle can also make your day better. Change is hard. Le…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! We all want to be healthy, but many of us struggle with the change to a healthy lifestyle. What gets in the way. Spoiler alert, you are supporting it on your shoulders, and perhaps in your heart. Sure, there are roadblocks everywhere, but they don't stop you from getting where you really want to go! Perhaps it …
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! This episode is about congestive heart failure. It is a condition that result from the inability of the heart to keep up with the metabolic needs of the body. There are many causes, but more importantly many ways to avoid it, and successfully treat it. Make this holiday season one of the healthiest by decreasin…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening! Happy Plant Strong Thanksgiving. I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with gratitude and nutrients to make you and your family happy and healthy into the New Year. When did Thanksgiving first become a holiday of overindulgence? Joshepha Hale lobbied to get Thanksgiving to be an official United States Holiday in 1…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Plant based nutrition is a very effective method to reverse lifestyle diseases such as coronary artery disease, obesity, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases. Eating plant based and only plant protein sources is associated with a decrease in cancer and cancer recurrences. People with kidney disease can have a slow…
 
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. The Odyssey SwimRun is in the books. It was our first team event, and our first ever tethered swim! Covid restrictions has dampened our usual racing season. That seems a little selfish, but we use races as life challenges. Marathons, ultras, and Ironman races are ways to get out of your comfort zone. You never …
 
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