Listen to today's 7-minute Live from the American Heart Association Conference as Dr. Koren tells us what's new in heart health. Join Dr. Michael Koren and Kevin Geddings each Monday as they give you the quick down-and-dirty truth behind the most recent medical data. Dr. Michael Koren is a practicing cardiologist and CEO at ENCORE Research Group. He has been the principal investigator of 2000+ clinical trials while being published in the most prestigious medical journals. Dr. Koren received his medical degree cum laude at Harvard Medical School and completed his residency in internal medicine with a fellowship in cardiology at New York Hospital/Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center/Cornell Medical Center. On a personal note, Dr. Koren has a life-long interest in history, technology, Public Health, and music. He has written two musical plays.More information and to Participate in Clinical Research Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the MedEvidence! podcast to be notified when new episodes are released.Follow MedEvidence! on Social Media to discover the Truth Behind the Data.FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInPowered by ENCORE Research Group at www.ENCOREDOCS.comOriginal Air Date: November 7, 2022#MedEvidence #heart #americanheartassociation #cardiohealth #cardiovasularresearch #LPa #hearthealth #clinicalresearch #clinicaltrials
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This week, please join authors Kevin Roedl and Sebastian Wolfrum, as well as Associate Editor Mark Link as they discuss the article "Temperature Control After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Randomized Clinical Trial." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary, and backstage pass to the Journal and its editors. We are your cohosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center, and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor and Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Well, Carolyn, this week's feature, very interesting, a randomized clinical trial of temperature control after in-hospital cardiac arrest. But before we get to that exciting study, let's grab a cup of coffee, and jump in and discuss some of the other articles in the issue. Carolyn, would you like to go first? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Yes. Starting with a great quiz. So Greg, which is better? How about this? It's multiple choice. Is it A; transradial, or B; transfemoral access, in terms of post-procedural mortality? Dr. Greg Hundley: I'm going to go with transradial. It has been, hopefully, I'm okay on this. It just seems so many fewer complications. Dr. Carolyn Lam: But that's exactly that we need to meta-analyze the studies that have been done. Exactly what this paper did, led by Professor Valgimigli, from USI in Lugano, Switzerland. So what they did is, they performed an individual patient data meta-analysis of 21,600 patients, enrolled in seven multi-center randomized control trials, comparing the transradial with transfemoral access, among patients undergoing coronary angiography with or without PCI. And they found that transradial access was associated with a lower incidence of the primary outcome of all-cause mortality, and the co-primary outcome of major bleeding at 30 days, compared to transfemoral access. There was also evidence for reductions in major adverse cardiac and cerebral vascular events, net adverse clinical events, vascular complications, excess site bleeding, and blood transfusion. MI, stroke, and stent thrombosis, did not differ. And crossover was higher in the transradial access group. At predefined subgroup analysis, the authors confirmed that the benefit observed the transradial group was generally consistent across the majority of pre-specified subgroups, except for those with significant baseline anemia. Patients with baseline anemia appear to derive a substantial mortality benefit with transradial access rather than transoral access, compared to those with mild or no anemia. So, the authors concluded, that the meta-analysis provides evidence that transradial access should be considered the preferable access site for PCI, in patients with acute coronary syndrome, supporting most recent recommendations on the preferential use of this radial approach. So you were right, Greg. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice, Carolyn. A really important piece of science to disclose to our listeners, in that hurried state, and moving quickly door to balloon times, et cetera. And here we find another positive outcome in study result for transradial approaches. Well Carolyn, as we know, my next paper, it's really going to come to us from the world of preclinical science. And it pertains to hypertension, which is a common cardiovascular disease, and is related to both genetic and environmental factors. But the mechanisms linking the interplay between the domains of genetics and the environment have not been well studied. Now, DNA methylation, a classical epigenetic modification, not only regulates gene expression, but is also quite susceptible to environmental factors. Thereby, linking environmental factors to genetic modifications. So therefore, Carolyn, these authors, including Professor Jingzhou Chen, from Fuwai Hospital, National Center for Cardiovascular Diseases, and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, and the Peking Union Medical College, and their colleagues, felt that screening differential genomic DNA methylation, in subjects with hypertension, would be important for investigating this genetic environment interplay in hypertension. So this study, Carolyn, like many from the world of preclinical science and circulation, incorporated both human and animal model subjects. Methodologically differential genomic DNA methylation in hypertensive, pre-hypertensive, and healthy control individuals, was screened using the Illumina 450K BeadChip, and then verified by pyrosequencing. Plasma oviduct glycoprotein 1, or OVGP1 levels, were determined using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. And OVGP1 transgenic and knockout mice were generated to analyze the function of OVGP1. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow. Nice approach, Greg. And what did the authors find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. These authors found a hypomethylated site at cg20823859 in the promoter region of OVGP1, and the plasma OVGP1 levels were significantly increased in hypertensive patients. This finding indicates that OVGP1 is associated with hypertension. Now Carolyn, in OVGP1 transgenic mice, OVGP1 over expression caused an increase in blood pressure. Also, dysfunctional vasoconstriction, and vasodilation, remodeling of the arterial walls, and increased vascular superoxide stress and inflammation. And these phenomenon were exacerbated by angiotensin II infusion. In contrast, OVGP1 deficiency, attenuated angiotensin II induced vascular oxidase, stress, inflammation, and collagen deposition. Now pull down, and co-immunoprecipitation assays showed that myosin heavy chain 2A, or MYH9, interacted with OVGP1. Whereas, inhibition of MYH9 attenuated OVGP1 induced hypertension and vascular remodeling. Dr. Carolyn Lam: So Greg, let me try to summarize, is that okay? So hypomethylation, at that specific site in the promoter region of the OVGP1 gene, is associated with hypertension, and induces its upregulation. The interaction of this OVGP1 with myosin heavy chain 2A contributes to vascular remodeling and dysfunction. And so, OVGP1 is a pro hypertensive factor, that promotes vascular remodeling by binding to this myosin heavy chain. So, really cool stuff. Thanks for teaching us. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well thanks so much, Greg. And we go back to the clinical world now, and ask the question, what is the efficacy and safety of prophylactic full dose anticoagulation and antiplatelet therapy, in critically ill COVID-19 patients? So I'm going to tell you the results of the COVID-PACT trial. And this was a multi-center, two-by-two factorial, open label, randomized controlled trial, with blinded endpoint adjudication in 390 ICU level patients. So, severely ill patients with COVID-19, from 34 US centers. Patients were randomized to a strategy of full dose anticoagulation, or standard dose prophylactic anticoagulation. And in the absence of an indication for antiplatelet therapy, patients were additionally randomized to either clopidogrel or no antiplatelet therapy. Dr. Greg Hundley: Ah, Carolyn. So what did they find? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Full dose anticoagulation substantially reduced the proportion of patients experiencing a venous or arterial thrombotic event, and there was no benefit from treatment with clopidogrel. Severe bleeding events were rare, but numerically increased in patients on full dose versus standard dose prophylactic anticoagulation, without any fatal bleeding events, GUSTO moderate or severe bleeding was so significantly increased with full dose anticoagulation, but with no difference in all-cause mortality. So in summary, in a population of critically ill patients with COVID-19, a strategy of prophylaxis with full dose, versus standard dose prophylactic anticoagulation, but not the addition of clopidogrel, reduced thrombotic complications, with an increased risk of bleeding, driven primarily by transfusions in hemodynamically stable patients, with no apparent excess in mortality. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice, Carolyn. What a important piece of information, as many of us around the world are taking care of critically ill patients with COVID-19. Well, how about we see what is in the mail bag this week? So first, Carolyn, there's a Frontiers piece by Dr. Packer, entitled, “Critical Reanalysis of the Mechanisms Underlying the Cardiorenal Benefits of SGLT2 inhibitors, and Reaffirmation of the Nutrient Deprivation Signaling Autophagy Hypothesis.” Next, there's a Research Letter, from Professor Airaksinen entitled, “Novel Troponin Fragmentation Assay to Discriminate Between Troponin Elevations in Acute Myocardial Infarction and End-stage Renal Disease.” Carolyn, there's another Research Letter, from Professor Solomon, entitled, “Aptamer Proteomics for Biomarker Discovery in Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction.” Also, Carolyn, [a] wonderful Cardiovascular News summary from Tracy Hampton, reviewing three articles. First, “Mechanisms Behind Cannabis Effects on Heart Health.” The second, “Exercise Inducible Metabolite Suppresses Hunger.” And then lastly, “Piezo1 Initiates the Cardiomyocyte Hypertrophic Response to Pressure Overload.” Dr. Carolyn Lam: Cool. There's also an exchange of letters between Doctors Jha and Borlaug on latent pulmonary vascular disease in therapeutic atrial shunt. And finally, an On My Mind, by Dr. David Kass entitled, “What's EF Got To Do, Got To Do With It.” I love it. You must read it. It's so, so cool. All right. But now, let's go on to our feature discussion, shall we? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet, Carolyn. Welcome listeners, to our feature discussion today, and really delving into the world of in-hospital cardiac arrest, and how we manage those patients. And we have with us today, Dr. Kevin Roedl from Hamburg, Germany, Dr. Sebastian Wolfrum from Lubeck, Germany, and our own associate editor, Dr. Mark Link from University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. Welcome gentlemen. Kevin, we're going to start with you. Can you describe for us, some of the background information that went into the construct of your study, and what was the hypothesis that you wanted to address? Dr. Kevin Roedl: Thank you, Greg. We thank you for the kind invitation to this podcast. We're very likened to do this podcast with you. And so, talking about the background of hypothermia in-hospital cardiac arrest, we have to go back like two decades almost, because there were two studies in New England Journal of Medicine published 2002, who introduced mild therapeutic hyperthermia to the treatment in post cardiac arrest. Primary, these two studies show the benefit of the therapy in this kind of patients. And then, 2003, it was introduced in also the international guidelines. However, these studies only addressed out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients, and also, only shockable rhythms. And so, the question arised over the years, what about other patients like non shockable rhythms, or also in-hospital cardiac arrest? And so, that's basically was the primary aim of our study to address this special population. Because when you see the states, the numbers, there are 290,000 in-hospital cardiac arrests a year. So it's actually, a very large population. And there's no randomized control trial to show any benefit, or maybe harm, in this group. There were some observational studies, 2016 in China published. From China, in this group, they looked at the Get With The Guidelines registry, and actually, they saw that there was probably a negative influence of hypothermia in the study. However, it was only observational. So actually, there were no randomized control trials. And that primary hypothesis was, that we wanted to know actually, does thus mild therapeutic hyperthermia work in this group of patients in the in-hospital cardiac arrest setting? And what is the outcome? Is it like in the out-of-hospital cardiac arrest setting, or not? Dr. Greg Hundley: Wonderful, Kevin. And so, can you describe for us then, your study population and your study design? Dr. Kevin Roedl: Yes, of course. We did a randomized control trial. There were over 1000 people screened, and overall, we included 242. So you see how hard it is to get people in there. And actually, in terms of hypothermic temperature control, we are 120 about, and long term at 118, and the final others of the endpoints. And when we look at the baseline characters of these patients, they were well balanced actually, about 72 years. When we look at the initial cardiac arrest rhythm, that's interesting because about 70% non-shockable rhythms, and 25% shockable rhythms. And probably also interesting, the location of the cardiac arrest. Medical boards about 50%, and ICU or ED was 22%. So that's probably summed up the baseline characteristics of our study. Dr. Greg Hundley: Perfect. And so Kevin, can you describe for us what was the hypothermic target for the group that was going to have their temperature recused? Dr. Kevin Roedl: Yes, hypodermic target was 32 degrees to 44. And so two degrees Celsius, basically the same target like in earlier trials. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. Well listeners, now we're going to turn to our second co-author, Dr. Sebastian Wolfrum. And Sebastian, can you share with us the study results? Dr. Sebastian Wolfrum: Yes, Greg. Thank you very much for the opportunity to participate in this podcast. Only wanted to include unconscious patients, and therefore, we took a time and took 45 minutes after their cardiac arrest, to let the patients get away if they did so. We also excluded patients that had severe functional deficit before the cardiac arrest; since we could not really define the neurological outcome if we would've included those. And we didn't see any differences. Neither in mortality, not in the functional outcome, either when they're treated with 33 degrees Celsius, or whether normothermia was used. The death rate after six month was in a range which is comparable to other in-hospital cardiac arrest studies, and higher than those performed in the out-of-hospital cardiac arrest studies. It was about slightly over 70% in both groups. And the number of patients with the good functional recovery after six months was 23% of the patients in the hypothermia group, and 24% of the patients in the normothermia group. And if we look at only the survivors, we see that the ones which are worse functional outcome, were most of them dead after six months. We then also focused on the temperature curves in our patients, and to see whether we have achieved our goal. And we saw that we have reached the target temperature within four and a half hours after cardiac arrest in our hypothermia group. Which is not as fast that we had expected, but still in the range, which is comparable to other studies on this field. And we also saw that our control group was about 37 degrees, within the first 12 and 48 hours. So we truly avoided fever, which has not been done in every previous study on cardiac arrests. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And any differences between the hypothermia and normothermia groups, related to the age of the patient? Or, whether or not they had a shockable rhythm at the time of presentation? Dr. Sebastian Wolfrum: We saw as a result of our study, that age is a predictive factor for mortality. But age did not differ between our treatment groups, and therefore, did not interfere with our results. And we didn't see differences in the shockable or non-shockable rate in our patients in the different treatment groups. Dr. Greg Hundley: Thank you. Well listeners, now we're going to turn to our associate editor, Dr. Mark Link, one of our expert electrophysiologists at Circulation. And Mark, you have many papers come across your desk, and what attracted you to this particular paper? Dr. Mark Link: There were a number of things. One, it's hard to do RCTs in resuscitation, and I thought they did a very nice job with this RCT. Two, the subject of hypothermia, or therapeutic temperature management, is a very hot one in resuscitation. It's one of the few treatments in the past that have been shown to make a difference in outcome. And so, all of those trials were done in out-of-hospital arrest. So to have a trial done in in-hospital arrest was very intriguing also. And I think we're all disappointed that it wasn't a positive trial, but we have to take the negative trials also. And I think, part of the reason it may have been a negative trial is because the normal thermic group avoided hyperthermia. And I think that's something that's coming out of a lot of these trials is avoid fever. It may not be so important to get hypothermic targets, actually, looks like it's probably not, but it looks like it's very important to avoid fever. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. Well listeners, we're going to turn back to our expert panel here really, and start with you Kevin. Kevin, what do you think is the next study that needs to be performed in this sphere of research? Dr. Kevin Roedl: Thank you for this interesting question. Yeah, a bunch of studies could be performed, especially maybe in the out-of-hospital cardiac arrest study, because we don't know. This fever harmful, we have to find certain subgroups in which this treatment works. So maybe in this subgroups there is data on this and it could be a benefit. So these are, I think, the two main topics that should be done in the future. Dr. Greg Hundley: Thank you. Sebastian, what are your thoughts? Dr. Sebastian Wolfrum: As Mark said, the hypothermic treatment was, for decades, maybe the only treatment which we could give to cardiac arrest patients, which has been proven to reduce mortality. And all other studies following didn't see any be benefit of hypothermia, not even in a subgroup. Also, the TTM trials did not. So I'm questioning myself, where is the original HACA study group that benefits? Where did this hide in the other studies? So I would think, to do another study in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients, whether in ventricular fibrillation that had shown in the HACA trial to reduce mortality. This should be done in a similar way to the original study, to see whether there is this subgroup. People who support the idea of hypothermia also focus very much on the fast onset of their hypothermic treatment. And they say we saw a difference in mortality in the HACA trial, and we could very fast. And I think the other studies have to show that they cool as fast as the HACA study. So the main focus should be on the time calls of hypothermia after cardiac arrest, cooling very fast to a target temperature of 33 degrees, maybe holding on for 24, maybe 48 hours. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice, Sebastian. So focusing on the speed and the timing of that cooling. And Mark, anything to add? Dr. Mark Link: Yeah, so if I sit here with my writing group hat on for the HA and say, "What are we going to do for the resuscitation guidelines in 2025?" I think you look at the totality of the data for targeted temperature management. And I think, the main thing you say, walking away from this, is avoid fever. Don't let your patients get hot. I'm not sure you can say much more than that right now, until we get more data. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. Well listeners, a really interesting provocative discussion today. And we want to thank Dr. Kevin Roedl from Hamburg, Germany, Dr. Sebastian Wolfrum from Lubeck, Germany, and our own associate editor, Dr. Mark Link from Dallas, Texas, bringing us the results of this study highlighting that hypothermic temperature control is compared with normothermia did not improve survival, nor functional outcome, at 180 days in patients presenting with coma after in-hospital cardiac arrest. Well, on behalf of Carolyn and myself, we want to wish you a great week, and we will catch you next week On The Run. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association 2022. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own, and not necessarily those of the editors, or of the American Heart Association. For more, please visit ahajournals.org.
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We don't want you to worry. But if you're going to worry about something, let's at least let it be the number one health risk women face in their lifetime. It's not breast cancer. It's heart disease. In this episode, I'm joined by my good friend and brilliant colleague Dr. Alex Verge, a Naturopathic Doctor who is changing the conversation about heart health for women. In this episode, Alex and I cover Why it's common to miss the conversation about heart health with women in a medical setting. How Estrogen impacts heart health and why risk changes after 50 What women can do in their 30s and 40s to prevent heart disease Why testing and screening needs to be more often than you're probably doing it. I love all aspects of women's health, but hold a special place in my heart for preventive cardiovascular care. If you have a heart. This episode is for you. It's never too early to talk about cardiovascular health in women. We're definitely not immune, and the culture of ignoring this conversation is putting women at risk. Alex shared her research and wisdom at our recent Menopause Advanced Training for integrative health practitioners and is running a Lipidology course for The Confident Clinician this December. If you're an integrative health practitioner working with midlife women, these courses will support your understanding and treatment of women in midlife with cardiovascular risk. Naturopathic doctor Alexandra Verge has been in private practice for over 20 years and has a particular interest in cardiovascular health owing in part to a significant family history of heart disease and a personal tendency to whitecoat hypertension. You can follow her on Instagram and Facebook here @alexvergend as well as at her clinic www.kuraclinic.ca. Be sure to check out Dr. Alex's free resource on Blood pressure and the Mediterranian Diet here
Today, Rick and Sam pick the brain of their chiropractor, Christopher Eddy, D.C. Chris owns a practice based in Colorado Springs called CJ Chiropractic with his wife, Jenna, alongside being a dad and overall health enthusiast. He opens up about how playing football in his small-town as a child led him to his interest, and later, expertise in chiropractic work. We touch on where trauma begins for many of us pre-conception, why it tends to stay in the body if not treated, and how we can move through the stressors of the modern world, take care of our vagus nerve, and elevate our health. In this episode:How did Eddy's football career spark his interest in chiropractic medicine?The history of chiropractic: “Bone movers” in China and Dr. Palmer's methodHow have our nervous system's changed with the introduction of social media, poor food quality, and overall stress?Birth trauma's effect on babies nervous systemsThe importance of the vagus nerveHow resilient are we really as human beings?Burnout in the medical & wellness fieldShow References:The Paleo Cardiologist: The Natural Way to Heart Health by Jack WolfsonVisit Cj Chiropractic's websiteFind a neuro-focused chiropractor for your children: icpa4kids.comFind a neuro-focused chiropractor for yourself: insightcla.comThis show is supported by:Butcher Box | http://rwrd.io/bxy895l?cNuuly | http://fbuy.me/s0MOgSomnifix Mouth Tape | Code ‘SRWELLNESS10' at somnifix.com for 10% off ClearSTEM Skincare | Code ‘SRWELLNESS' at clearstemskincare.com for 15% offSocial Tags:Follow Christopher Eddywww.cjchiropractic.comCJ Chiropractic on Facebook@cjchiropracticllc on InstagramFollow Richard Raymond Sniegowski II:@richard_raymond_ii@yourdads_old45s@welcometolimeforestFollow Sammy Conrad:@samantharosewellnesssamantharosewellness.comsamanthaconrad.comFollow What The Fuck Is Happening:instagram.com/wtfh.podcast
In this episode, Kenneth sits down with Katie to talk more about how coffee can affect your health, both good and bad. For this episode, the focus is on the impact coffee has on your metabolism, heart health, and mental health. Kenneth shares the details of some extensive long-term studies and talks about what he has noticed while working as a physician. KEY TAKEAWAYS If you suffer from acid reflux, try drinking your coffee black instead of with creamer. Coffee increases your metabolic rate, so you burn more calories. A study of 208,000 people showed that those who drink coffee are less likely to die prematurely. Antioxidants and anti-inflammatories reduce endothelial dysfunction, which is why it is thought that coffee is good for the heart. Moderate consumption does not have a long-term effect on blood pressure or arrhythmias. Repeated intake of 75mgs of caffeine, every 4 hours, has been shown to improve mood in a sustained way. Coffee can be protective against some neurological disorders and cognitive decline. If you are an anxious person, the caffeine in coffee can make things worse. It is possible to get addicted to coffee. The caffeine in coffee is a diuretic. BEST MOMENTS ‘It´s (coffee is) loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, and that's the key to prevention of a lot of health issues. ´ ‘Drink good coffee so you can drink it black.' ‘It (coffee) improves learning and retention.' ‘Coffee decreases the risk of developing diabetes by 11 to 33%.' EPISODE RESOURCES Annals of Internal Medicine coffee drinker longevity study - https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/abs/10.7326/M21-2977?journalCode=aim A roundup of coffee drinker longevity studies - https://www.foxnews.com/health/coffee-may-perk-up-life-expectancy-study-suggests Framingham heart study and coffee - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28802304/ VALUABLE RESOURCES Award-winning single-origin specialty coffee: https://umblecoffee.com/ You're disciplined and high achieving. You never settle. Shouldn't the fuel that helps you reach your goals be held to those same standards? Instead of a crash-inducing cup of jo, you need coffee with optimal antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. A coffee so good that you can drink it black. At Umble Coffee, we only roast specialty-grade arabica coffee from around the world with cupping scores 84 and above. Don't sabotage yourself in pursuing your goals - drink coffee that tastes better and is better for you. No crash, great taste, and better long-term health benefits. That's Umble Coffee. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/umblecoffee/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/umblecoffee/ Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/umblecoffee ABOUT THE HOST As a coffee lover, physician, chemical engineer, serial entrepreneur, competitive runner, writer, and family man, Kenneth knows what it's like to push yourself to achieve goals very few accomplish. He's one of the best specialty coffee roasters in the United States as he's a multi-year US Coffee Roasters' Competition Finalist. He created Umble Coffee Co with the belief that, if sourced and roasted right, coffee can taste phenomenal and be good for you. “Life's too short to drink bad coffee.” Podcast Description Coffee 101 is an educational show on all things coffee. The host, Kenneth Thomas, starts with the most basic questions about coffee and builds your knowledge from there. If you love coffee, are curious about coffee, or you're a business just looking for a resource to train your team, Coffee 101 is without question the show for you! Season 1 is all about coffee's journey from seed to shelf. BUY COFFEE!: https://umblecoffee.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Dr. Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventative Cardiologist at @MayoClinic, outlines how high blood pressure affects your heart and your overall health, as well as what you can do to achieve a healthier blood pressure. This includes: *Defining blood pressure *How even a few points above a healthy blood pressure can adversely affect you *How you can achieve a lower blood pressure Live Younger Longer Podcast | Episode 13 Subscribe to Dr. Kopecky's podcast, Live Younger Longer: Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1NpjRShXrApylcGP5H9gvX Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/live-younger-longer/id1629548282 Watch the rest of the episodes here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-0wPfZ2Y6IYK0Tt924Ugr_urYP_80LOO You can pick up your copy of his book, Live Younger Longer, at: https://mcpress.mayoclinic.org/shop/healthy-aging-books/living-younger-longer/
When it comes to weight loss surgery, there are more options than ever to consider. Listen as Dr. Kevin Huguet, Medical Director at the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Center at St. Anthony's Hospital discusses the different types of weight loss surgery available, so you can make a better-informed decision.
Dr Jessica Orchard is a Sports Cardiology and Screening Researcher, a Heart Foundation Post-doctoral Fellow and the Associate Editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine and an adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney, widely published across cardiac screening in athletes. In this episode Dr Jessica Orchard sheds light on many of the key topics that endurance athletes want to know about their cardiac health including a listener Q&A session. Show Sponsor: For over 40 years, Polar has been a global leader in fitness and GPS sports watches, and heart rate monitors. Their heart rate tracking technology is world-famous for being the most reliable and accurate in the industry. Over decades, they've spent every day in search of undeniable truths about the human body; obsessed by what it is trying to tell us, poring over the data, sweating over the science. They believe the most important thing you can do … is listen to your heart. What Polar does helps to improve the health, fitness and quality of millions of lives around the world – and that is what drives them. But what is driving you? If you are interested in the next step for your fitness and health tracking do take a moment to check out our friends at Polar.com. If you are looking for the latest in running watches they have the all new Pacer range, for multisport it's the Vantage V2 or if you are getting off the beaten track and need a premium outdoor GPS watch look no further than the stunning and tough Grit X Pro watches. If you need to get the most out of your training and racing, take a beat to grab the gold standard in heart rate monitors - the Polar H10, or for an even more flexible heart rate monitor the Verity Sense which also tracks your heart rate for swimming. Their range starts at $129, but what's most important is that whatever you are doing, do it with heart. to Shop at POLAR Commercial Partner SAYSKY was established in Copenhagen in 2013, with a mission to create high performance running wear with an urban and casual attitude. We're athletes at heart and in life. Our style is Scandinavian, metropolitan, minimalistic, and we have a penchant for urban colours. The team have generously offered up 15% off running apparel simply by using the code TPPS15. CLICK HERE to shop at SAYSKY Livestream Event "ON DEMAND" The recent Livestream was a great success and we are excited to now offer those that missed the Livestream event access to the sessions via a post event purchasable recording. Click HERE>> to purchase the post event recording. Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.
#therichsolution #breastcancerawarenessmonth #naturaltherapiesforcancertreatmentJoin Gwen Rich today at 10:00am CT on Mojo50 Radio with my returning guest, Dr. Melina Roberts @Advanced Naturopathic Medical Center, Naturopathic Doctor (ND). She is the author of “Building A Healthy Child” and TEDx speaker. She will speak to the topic of “Natural Therapies For Cancer Treatment”. You'll learn:•Learn the three characteristics of the cancer process•Learn about the biological terrain approach to cancer•Learn about effective natural therapies for cancer and why they are effectiveListen @ 10:00am CT on:www.mojo50.comiHeart RadioiTunesAppleLive streaming via:YouTube and Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Therichsolution/https://www.youtube.com/c/therichsolution
Episode 89 Heart Health & Autoimmune Today's episode is heart-stopping…(LOL). Seriously, heart health is one of the top comorbidities associated with autoimmune and chronic inflammation. I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Alexandrea Verge, ND who is a genius when it comes to heart health. Dr. Verge makes this complicated topic so bit size and understandable. She walks us through the risk factors associated with Cardiovascular health, how we can mitigate risk, understand blood tests and the best ways to monitor your health. I really enjoyed talking to Dr. Alex, she is a wealth of knowledge and a joy to talk to. Her passion for heart health is contagious… Enjoy the show! Links for validated blood pressure devices: Canada: https://hypertension.ca/bpdevices US: https://www.validatebp.org/ About Dr. Alexandrea Verge, ND Dr. Alexandra Verge is a naturopathic doctor who loves talking about heart health. In her 20 years of clinical work, her focus has shifted from general practice to issues more commonly experienced by people as they age; arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, and, in particular, cardiovascular disease. In fact, in recent years, Alex would say that the subject has, well, captured her heart. She especially loves helping people better understand how high blood pressure and cholesterol can affect their current and future cardiovascular risk while developing workable yet effective management strategies. Connect with Dr. Verge, ND Follow her on Facebook and Instagram @alexvergend and check out her diet and blood pressure resource via https://linktr.ee/alexvergend
If you're considering weight loss surgery, you probably have a lot of questions. Dr. Kevin Huguet, medical director for the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Center at St. Anthony's Hospital and Gretchen Miller, bariatric program manager at St. Anthony's Hospital discuss how to know if weight loss surgery is right for you, common myths about surgery, recovery expectations and more.
Do you want your heart to be stronger for longer and prevent a heart attack? The knowledge shared in this episode is more valuable than gold, and could save your and your loved ones' lives!Dr. Michael Twyman focuses on the prevention and early detection of heart disease, with his stated passion being heart attack prevention. He utilizing the best of conventional medicine, integrative/functional medicine, quantum medicine and biohacking to get to the root cause of cardiovascular issues. His practice Apollo Cardiology is in St. Louis, Missouri. Join us as we explore:How to stop heart attacks in their tracks up to 20 years before they could happen using the right tests and preventative habits because while heart attacks are they are “definitely preventable”.The number one most important thing Dr. Twyman tells his patients about heart health!Behaviors, devices and biohacks to maintain healthy blood pressure.Why Dr. Twyman believes there should be pediatric preventative heart attack cardiologists working with people from their teens!Why heart health cannot be separated from nitric oxide health.Cholesterol, and why there is no such thing as good or bad cholesterol!The links between uric acid, insulin resistance, seed oils and circadian rhythm and heart attacks.Protein, heart health and muscle-centric medicine.ContactWebsite https://drtwyman.comMentionsPodcast – Dr. Gabrielle Lyon: Prevent heart disease and live longer, https://youtu.be/vd0hONrSCkYTest – 24-Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring, https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diagnostics/16330-24-hour-ambulatory-blood-pressure-monitoringPodcast - Tired? Exhausted? Apathetic? Then Listen to this Nitric Oxide Masterclass, https://youtu.be/bi8UxSjbDMcTest – DEXA Scan, https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/dexa-scan/SUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON:As much as we love doing it, there are costs involved and any contribution will allow us to keep going and keep finding the best guests in the world to share their health expertise with you. I'd be grateful and feel so blessed by your support: https://www.patreon.com/MadeToThriveShowCONTACT Steve Stavs and join our community:https://www.facebook.com/MadeToThriveZA/ https://www.facebook.com/SteveStavsZA/https://www.instagram.com/stevestavsza/ Send me a WhatsApp to +27 64 871 0308. Support the showSupport the show
#therichsolution #estrogeneration #dranthonyJayJoin Gwen Rich at 10:00am CT on Mojo50 Radio with my guest, Dr. Anthony Jay @anthonygjay, President and CEO of AJ Consulting Company, and author of the bestselling book, Estrogeneration. In this episode Dr. Jay will discuss, “Artificial Estrogens & Why They Are Dangerous”. Listen @ 10:00am CT on:www.mojo50.comiHeart RadioiTunesAppleLive streaming via:YouTube and Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Therichsolution/https://www.youtube.com/c/therichsolution
This week we will discuss Functional Medicine as it relates to Cardiology. Our guest today is Dr. Trent Orfanos. Dr. Trent Orfanos is the Director of Integrative and Functional Cardiology at Case Integrative Health. Dr. Orfanos brings decades of experience in both Cardiology and Integrative Medicine. In his own words: "I practiced adult invasive, nuclear, noninvasive, and interventional cardiology from 1982 to 2019. From 2010 to 2019, I embraced preventative cardiology from a functional medicine perspective while maintaining my full-time interventional cardiology practice. I saw my patients flourish with these functional medicine interventions who were previously deteriorating with only conventional care. This was very gratifying for myself and my patients." At CIH, Dr. Orfanos will continue to practice his functional philosophy and expand his toolkit for serving patients. Dr. Orfanos earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences and his Doctorate of Medicine from Indiana University. His residency is in Internal Medicine at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis before completing a Fellowship in Cardiology under Edward Steinmetz, MD. He has Board Certifications in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Integrative Medicine, Functional Medicine, and Antiaging medicine (five if you're counting). He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology as well as the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. During his time in hospitals, Dr. Orfanos was the Sub-section Chief of Cardiology at St. Anthony Medical Center, as well as a Regional Director on their Board. Dr. Orfanos is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at the IU School of Medicine Northlake Campus.
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Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of women? Dr. Odayme Quesada from The Christ Hospital was recruited to create and lead the Women's Heart Center in 2020. Through a number of programs including prevention, postpartum prevention, women's heart clinic, cardio-oncology and advanced procedures such as coronary reactivity testing and advanced imaging The Christ Hospital Women's Heart Center provides comprehensive approach to the care of women's cardiovascular health. In this epsiode we discuss the differences in heart disease between men and women, including how symptoms present differently, the best thing you can do for prevention and how heart disease impacts hispanic and latino populations differently. Find more information, including the research discussed in this conversation, here: https://www.thechristhospital.com/services/heart/specialized-care-and-treatment/womens-heart-disease If you're in need of a health coach, and you'd like to check out Team Fit With Me - Get 10% off month 1 of all packages, plans, and add on services using this link: www.teamfitwithme.com/poundthis In Cincinnati looking for healthy meals and meal prep?? Give Clean Eatz a try in Newport and West Chester: https://www.cleaneatz.com/ Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youcanpoundthis/ Website: http://amandavalentinebites.com/
Your Heart Health is essential, he says. He believes in providing high quality Free Cardiology and Medical information to you, to look after Your Health.With 30 years of experience as a physician, Doctor Bolad's Mission is to spread the medical information to the public, bringing them up to date information that impacts their health, and keeping the public informed about the latest developments in Medicine and in Cardiology in particular.Doctor Bolad is a triple board-certified physician, certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, and Internal Medicine. www.DoctorBolad.comhttp://www.yourlotandparcel.org
Masters Hockey Player, Professor Michael Henderson, spoke to Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage about performing CPR on field with Dr David Mountain to save their team's captain. Plus what courses and steps we can all take to learn CPR and save someones life in a similar situation.
Did you know that globally, cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death in women? Research suggests that 1 out of 2 women don't, and this conversation with Dr. Alex Verge ND about cholesterol, heart health, and menopause is full of things women need to know as they go through the menopause transition. We discuss myths about cholesterol, the role of diet vs genetics, and why dietary dogma often gets in the way of making changes that stick. Dr. Alexandra Verge is a naturopathic doctor who loves talking about heart health. In her 20 years of clinical work, her focus has shifted from general practice to issues more commonly experienced by people as they age; arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, and, in particular, cardiovascular disease. In fact, in recent years, Alex would say that the subject has, well, captured her heart. She especially loves helping people better understand how high blood pressure and cholesterol can affect their current and future cardiovascular risk while developing workable yet effective management strategies.Follow her on Instagram @alexvergend and check out her diet and blood pressure resource via https://linktr.ee/alexvergendAnd, click here to learn more about The Midlife Feast Community!https://www.menopausenutritionist.ca/coming-soon
This episode is all about cardio and muscle loss. After getting a ton of questions after posting Episode #57: Cardio Will Save Your Life, I sat down with CeCe English & Jeff Chenault to discuss the ridiculousness of the countless claims that doing cardio results in an increase in muscle loss. We define cardio, talk about what ACTUALLY happens when your body breaks down muscle and provide our recommendation to how to best implement cardio alongside strength training to get great results. Whether your goal is weight loss or you've been struggling to build muscle, this episode brings our opinions and combined experience to the debate of whether or not cardio is killing your gains. Timestamps:00:00 Does Cardio Make You Lose Muscle?02:54 Endurance vs. Power Athletes04:04 The Definition of Cardio06:33 What Causes Muscle Breakdown?10:36 Heart Health & Importance of Cardio13:45 Adding Cardio Into Your Routine15:24 Common Methods People Use Cardio18:52 Cardio Before Resistance Training20:30 If Your Goal Is Weight Loss…25:33 The Benefits of Cardio After Resistance Training30:00 The Importance of Programming31:39 Factors to Consider38:32 Key TakeawaysSponsors by Red Dot Fitness Online Training Programs:Red Dot Fitness Training Programs: https://www.rdftrainonline.comOnline membership (Full Access To All Programs & Virtual Coaching):https://www.reddotfitness.net/online-membershipVirtual Coaching:https://www.reddotfitness.net/virtual-coachingSelf-Guided Programs:https://www.reddotfitness.net/Self-Guided-Programs1Connect With Us:Website - https://ironsightspodcast.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ironsightspodcast/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ironsMore Iron Sights Interviews:Triple Feed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMTc7AE0KaQ&t=384sKayley Gunner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfGqHxCv7Vc&t=522sMike Salemi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jq-Nj6M0EBI&t=335sAdam Schafer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiyrdWdO1y8&t=8sSal Di Stefano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBdKdSjQ0BM&t=4425sJason Khalipa: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTiq-sID-EMByron Rodgers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrtEyuVNNpwDonnie Oliver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKY1_TLKHlIChris Cheng: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wr0zSGSTzKM&t=2sTraver Boehm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_NLdIg3zBc&t=1394s
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60,000 miles long. That's the length of the tube system inside us that transports blood, oxygen, and nutrients to the cells in our body. If these tubes fail, the result can be fatal. In some cases, it's a heart attack. In others, it's a stroke, where the blood supply to the brain is disrupted, and brain cells are damaged or killed. Heart attacks and strokes are a major cause of death in developed countries - but we can take action to reduce the risks. In this episode, Jonathan speaks to a world-renowned physician, scientist, and speaker to gain insights into how looking after this magical pipework could slow down aging. https://drwilliamli.com (Dr. William Li) is a world-leading specialist in blood vessels and preventative health and the author of countless papers on the topic, who possesses the gift for communicating this complex subject in terms we can all understand. If you want to uncover the right foods for your body, head to http://joinzoe.com/podcast (joinZOE.com/podcast) and get 10% off your personalized nutrition program. Timecodes: 00:00 - Intro 00:09 - Topic introduction 01:34 - Quickfire questions 04:17- Why do blood vessels matter? 05:28 - How do blood vessels link to heart health? 09:15 - Elasticity of blood vessels 13:51 - Can we reverse the stiffening and blockage of blood vessels? 19:58 - Does food damage the blood vessels? 24:40 - Does high blood pressure affect blood vessels? 29:36 - How do aging and diet affect blood vessels? 34:16 - Data on reversing blood vessel damage 39:00 - How is aging linked to blood vessel health? 41:53 - Summary 43:05 - Goodbyes 43:21 - Outro Episode transcripts are available https://joinzoe.com/learn/category/nutrition/podcast (here). Follow William: https://twitter.com/drwilliamli (https://twitter.com/drwilliamli) Get William's book https://www.amazon.com/Eat-Beat-Disease-Science-Itself/dp/1538714620 (here). Follow ZOE on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zoe/ (https://www.instagram.com/zoe/) This podcast was produced by https://fascinateproductions.co.uk/ (Fascinate Productions).
Today on the Make More Money as a Dietitian Podcast, Christine has a roundtable discussion with 3 of her RD clients about working with clients on weight loss. This is a HOT topic in the RD community and has been the theme of many heated conversations online. Which is why Christine decided to create a safe space to have a discussion on this topic so that we can all hear different voices, perspectives, and practices related to working with clients who want to lose weight. Even if you're NOT a fan of supporting clients with weight loss, you'll want to listen to this episode because there's something for everyone to learn here. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE The different perspectives, approaches, and practices we take when the client's main goal is weight loss. The importance of having autonomy in practice. The benefit of making other health markers the primary goal when working with an RD. Stories of how each dietitian treats weight loss in their individual practices. MORE ABOUT OUR GUESTS: Shelley A. Rael, MS RDN, is a dietitian in private practice and is an author, speaker, and consultant. She helps people have improved health, wellness, and energy without dieting and constantly dispels nutrition myths and misinformation. People can enjoy eating without guilt and have better health. She is the author of The One Pot Weight Loss Plan, a cookbook for anyone who wants to eat healthier and have simple and easy recipes that the whole family can enjoy. And is the host of the Real World Nutrition podcast, in which she discusses how we can all eat in real world settings. Learn more about her work at www.ShelleyRael.com Connect with Shelley via social media: https://linktr.ee/shelrael Heather Bessee, MS, RDN, LDN, MIEP has been a Registered Dietitian for 20 years. Her primary areas of expertise include Chronic Disease Prevention, Heart Health, Weight Management, Mindful Eating, Cooking Workshops, and Corporate Wellness Programming. Heather's professional experiences include but are not limited to working in wellness centers, hospitals, YMCAs, insurance companies, and naval bases in the Northeast and Hawaii. Heather is a Certified Mindful and Instinctive Eating Practitioner and uses key elements of this approach when counseling clients individually and in groups. She enjoys sharing her enthusiasm and humor to motivate and empower clients to create a confident and connected relationship with food so they can best fuel their lifestyles. In addition to being a dedicated Dietitian, Heather is a seasoned Fitness Professional. She holds numerous certifications in various formats of Group Fitness Instruction and Personal Training. Additionally, she holds two 200-hour Yoga Instructor Certifications. Several trips to Italy and Portugal shaped her curiosity to make Mediterranean-inspired dishes that are flavorful and fun. Her love of whole grains and vegetables along with her knack for using foods that are already in the refrigerator help her do some creative and cost-effective cooking in the kitchen. Heather believes that a fusion of meaningful movement, Mediterranean meals, and a well-managed mindset is the foundation to health and longevity. Heather's Business Site and Social Details: www.mediterraneaninspiredmindset.com www.facebook.com/MediMindset www.instagram.com/mediterraneaninspiredmindset/ Heather Fiore, MS Ed, RD, LD, CDCES owns a HAES-informed, weight-neutral private practice in Lawrence, Kansas called Free State Nutrition. She has been a dietitian for 24 years, and her areas of specialty are diabetes, eating disorders, and disordered eating. In addition to her practice, Heather is a consultant with Beautycounter, a clean beauty company, and teaches group fitness classes. Learn more about Heather by visiting her website at www.freestatenutrition.com FEATURED ON THE SHOW Work with Christine as your business coach. Learn more about private coaching and schedule a Consult Call w/ Christine so she can discuss the details of how she can help you start & grow your business this year. Grab a copy of the “How to Calculate Your Rate as an RD Entrepreneur” Workbook
Dr. Lattanza is at the Natural Heart Doctor and works with Dr. Jack Wolfson. The website is www.naturalheartdoctor.com We have a great conversation about people and where they are at in their health journey. That it is ok to ask questions and find out what is really wrong or not wrong. Prevention is the best solution. Dr. Lauren Lattanza is a licensed naturopathic physician, podcast host, public speaker, writer, nature enthusiast, and all-around health enthusiast. Her goal is to optimize your health and prevent, decrease, or eliminate the need for pharmaceuticals. She will strive to understand your health concerns and treat your unique needs through in-depth conversation, physical exam, and appropriate testing. Dr. Lattanza is passionate about helping patients find and treat the cause of disease and offering interventions to improve health rather than simply treating symptoms. When she is not helping patients achieve optimal wellness, she can be found spending time with her husband, Tanner, and her son, Landon, hiking local trails, taking a HIIT class, or tending to her family garden. Follow her on IG @drlattanza Check out her website to book an appointment. What a joy having her on. Thanks for listening and please help me by sharing the podcast and giving us a 5 star. Love you all. DELO ! @iamthedelo
Advancements in cardiology are moving quickly as technology makes cardiovascular health more accessible. More tools are becoming available so that individuals can monitor their own health, without as many doctors' visits. So, what is next? Listen as our guests Dr. Carolyn Lam, a senior cardiology consultant and director of women's heart health at the National Heart Centre Singapore, and Dr. Richard Nkulikiyinka, a vice president at Bayer and head of clinical development and operations for the therapeutic areas of cardiology, nephrology and pulmonology talk about the future of cardiology, AI and cardiovascular health.
10,000 steps a day is a great health goal when it comes to heart health. New research shows that this same amount of steps significantly decreases our risk of dementia. And getting in 10,000 isn't really too difficult. Thirty minutes of brisk walking will reduce the risk of dementia by 60%.
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer four Pump Head questions drawn from last Sunday's Quah post on the @mindpumpmedia Instagram page. Mind Pump Fit Tip: Lifting to failure CAN produce accelerated muscle growth. However, there are some interesting caveats. (2:32) Carnival Sal. (22:33) Adam's potty-training mistakes to avoid. (25:53) The apple doesn't fall far from the Andrews tree. (35:05) Highlighting the weakness in human reason. (39:52) Caffeine is a powerful drug. (43:48) The guys address the prices of their sponsors. (49:48) Mind Pump Recommends, Skandal! Bringing Down Wirecard on Netflix. (54:42) #Quah question #1 - How can I feel more activation on my chest rather than shoulders when bench pressing? (57:18) #Quah question #2 - What are good mobility practices for tight hamstrings for someone who drives for a living? (1:01:15) #Quah question #3 - Is there a difference in training cardio for cardiovascular health vs. training to increase VO2 max? What's the best way to train for overall cardiovascular health? (1:06:09) #Quah question #4 - When did you all know it was time to go all in with Mind Pump? (1:11:00) Related Links/Products Mentioned Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Visit Magic Spoon for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! September Promotion: Skinny Guy Bundle (MAPS ANABOLIC // MAPS AESTHETIC // NO B.S. 6-PACK FORMULA // INTUITIVE NUTRITION GUIDE // OCCLUSION TRAINING GUIDE.) HALF OFF!! Also, the Fit Mom Bundle (MAPS ANYWHERE // MAPS ANABOLIC // MAPS HIIT // and INTUITIVE NUTRITION GUIDE.) HALF OFF!! **Code SEPT50 at checkout** Effect of Training Leading to Repetition Failure on Muscular Strength: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Busty Teacher who is a Man Visit Kreatures of Habit the PrOATagonist for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code MP25 at checkout** Visit NED for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Visit Vuori Clothing for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Visit Legion Athletics for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code MINDPUMP at checkout** Watch Skandal! Bringing Down Wirecard | Netflix Official Site Sal's Super Shoulder Movement for more Shoulder Mobility & Connectivity Prime Your Shoulders with Handcuffs with Rotation on a Bench Learn to Fire Your Glutes & Hamstrings with a Waiter's Bow Mobility Session – Mind Pump TV What is NEAT and Why Should You Care About it? - Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Bret Contreras PhD (@bretcontreras1) Instagram Ben Pollack, Ph.D. (@phdeadlift) Instagram Paul Carter (@liftrunbang) Instagram Michael Chernow (@michaelchernow) Instagram
VA's first cardiology lab was established at the Washington DC hospital in 1935. Since then, VA has been a leader in developing groundbreaking surgical techniques, conducting hypertension studies, and home to pioneering cardiologist, Dr. Michael DeBakey. Katie and Shawn end season 2 with a look at cardiology's past and future at VA in conversation with Dr. Josef Stehlik, Professor of Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He is Co-Chief of the Advanced Heart Failure section and Medical Director of the Heart Transplant Program at the University of Utah Health Center and the Salt Lake City VA Medical Center.
In this week's solosode of The Red Light Report, we will cover two more exciting and important topics in the 4th edition of the Red Light Therapy Treatment Protocols eBook. We will take a dive into Inflammation and Nerve Injuries, covering relevant information on how red light therapy can help each condition along with new, pertinent photobiomodulation research on each topic. Rest assured, you will walk away with a healthier respect for how red light therapy, when implemented appropriately, can be a powerful tool for both circumstances. On the previous solosode, we covered the following topics in the eBook: Hair Health, Heart Health & the Immune System. More exciting new red light therapy information and research is covered and should continue to open your eyes to the exciting potential of this healing modality. Light up your health and enjoy! - BioLight's website is soon to be revamped! - biolight.shop BioLight's brand new full-body red light therapy product 3:49 - Dr. Mike Belkowski will be speaking in Rome at a photobiomodulation symposium 4:49 - The three main mechanisms of photobiomodulation 9:10 - Anti-inflammatory effects of red light therapy 11:45 - Inflammation research 13:33 - Diabetic wound healing 16:06 - Reducing oxidative stress 17:26 - Reducing lung inflammation 18:48 - Reducing acute pain 22:01 - Transcranial photobiomodulation for brain inflammation 32:03 - Research on nerve injury 34:09 - Treating the facial nerve 34:58 - Physical therapy and red light therapy 40:46 - Treating nerve and muscle injury 44:07 - Management of severe nerve injury - Check out the Kindle version of Red Light Therapy Treatment Protocols eBook, 4th Edition - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit https://www.biolight.shop - Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube
In this episode of the Ask Why podcast, Lora Hooper, RDH, Dr. Gina Pritchard, and Dr. Witt Wilkerson discuss the importance of practitioners testing not only their patients but themselves.Witt Wilkerson describes his own experience with having chronically high cholesterol, and how implementing an anti-inflammatory lifestyle helped keep him healthy. The team discusses the different changes that everyone has experienced since the COVID pandemic started, including a more stagnant lifestyle and poorer mental health, which have potentially had negative effects on their overall health.The team details the tests that they recommend asking for as a patient. They talk about the importance of breathing through the nose in order to make enough nitric oxide for your body, and how one should breathe through their nose all night. “With the inflammatory panel, we're trying to determine if the body's immune system is doing its job correctly and if we're helping it.” —Dr. Gina PritchardReferences:Tests to ask your doctor for:MyeloperoxidaseLPPLA2CRP testADMA test
Amy Sapola, PharmD: “Get in as much color with your food as you can. Color is phytonutrients, and color is that sensory experience.” Amy, a functional medicine expert, joins mbg co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss the all-time best nutrition hacks, plus: - Why blood sugar balance is critical for optimizing metabolism (~04:04) - How vegetables can increase your happiness (~07:38) - Why some processed foods don't spike your blood sugar (~10:44) - Why you should boil your sweet potatoes (~12:36) - Why regenerative agriculture is crucial for health (~18:48) - How Amy prescribes food to her clients (~24:35) - Why you shouldn't peel your vegetables (~29:51) - The best foods for heart health (~33:07) - The No. 1 most underrated & nutrient-dense vegetable (~34:05) - How to shop sustainably for food & clothing (~38:40) - The health benefits of making your meals aesthetically pleasing (~43:37) Referenced in the episode: - A study on vegetable consumption and happiness. - Learn more about the Culinary Vegetable Institute. - An mbg article on the Mediterranean diet. - Check out Jennifer Rubell's art. - Learn more about The Chef's Garden. - The CDC's list of powerhouse vegetables. Note: This episode briefly mentions eating disorders. If you are struggling with any of the signs and symptoms, you can call the National Eating Disorder Association hotline at (800) 931-2237. We hope you enjoy this episode sponsored by Cotton, and feel free to watch the full video on Youtube! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org.