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Join me tonight as Dr. Frazier Ben Todd shares his knowledge on cardiovascular health. Dr Todd specializes in Lower extremity surgery, cardiovascular and holistic medicine. Dr. Todd has 46 years of experience and practices medicine at South Side Medical Center in Atlanta Ga. Mr James Roberts will also join us on the show. James will share his own cardiovascular challenges and his experience working with Dr. Todd.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dallas Cloutre, Ph.D., will be discussing PQQ – an important antioxidant for cardiovascular health and cognitive function.
Dr. Clouatre earned his A.B. from Stanford University and his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. A Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, he is a prominent industry consultant, author of numerous books and a sought-after speaker. Dr. Clouatre is the New Product Development & Marketing Consultant for Jarrow Formulas.
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In the last 5 decades, it was thought that poor cardiovascular function was from a diet high in fat and high in salt. Most natural medicine experts will tell you that is a lie. Fats, minerals, and protein are necessary for proper function of the human body. Dr. Hayman will discuss how a diet high in good fats, healthy minerals, and quality proteins can actually protect your heart from cardiovascular disease. Second half of show will be about Poly MVA.
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Tonight Dr. Fratellone will discuss Botanicals and the Cardiovascular System. He will be broacasting from Jennifer's Way Bakery at 263 East 10th Street (between 1st Avenue and Avenue A) beginning at 8:30 pm. Call in and ask a "free" medical question. Or stop by for some coffee and gluten free treats and watch the show live!
February 7, 2013: In this episode, physical therapist Ethel M. Frese, PT, DPT, MHS, CCS describes cardiovascular disease, who it affects, prevention and treatment, and the role of physical therapy in helping to manage the disease. Never miss an episode!
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Listen for information about 3 of the latest research findings in medicine. In the second half of the show, Dr. Jonathan Dubin shares the latest information about heart disease in women.
Dr. Dubin has been a cardiologist with over 25 years of experience. He received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed his training in internal medicine at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, his fellowship in cardiology at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, and fellowship in echocardiography at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center.
He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology, and echocardiography. He is the director of echocardiography at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, and an instructor of medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
The information presented is for educational purposes only and is not intended for diagnosis or treatment. Please seek the advice of your health care provider before making any changes to your health.
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Dana Laake and her special guest Jan M. Troup, Ph.D., will be discussing LPP, an advanced lipoprotein test for better cardiovascular risk assessment.
Jan M. Troup has over 30 years experience in the development of new analytical technology. He earned his Ph.D. in chemistry from Texas A&M University in 1974. In 2001 Dr. Troup started LipidLabs, Inc. and developed the Lipoprotein Particle Profile (LPP), the most advanced test for the separation of lipoproteins and measurement of lipoprotein particle numbers. LipidLabs was purchased by SpectraCell Laboratories in January 2006 and Dr. Troup is now the Director of Lipid Science at SpectraCell Laboratories.
The Whole Heart Solution by Dr. Kahn is a complete and modern approach to prevent, treat and even reverse heart disease.
· Nutrition Rx – Which foods to heal and which foods harm?
· Food Prep Rx – How can we shop for, store and consume food to maximize nutrition?
· Fitness Rx – What are some of the simple activities you can easily incorporate in your daily life?
· Emotional Health Rx – What are some of the best practices to promote better emotional health?
· Eco Rx – What environmental factors affect heart health?
· Supplement Rx – What vitamins and supplements would Dr. Kahn recommend?
Joel K. Kahn, MD, serves as Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and Director of Cardiac Wellness at Michigan Healthcare Professionals. A founding member of the International Society of Integrative, Metabolic and Functional Cardiovascular Medicine, he is the first physician in Michigan to be certified by the Society of Heart Attack Prevention and Eradication and the first in the world to be certified in metabolic cardiology by the University of South Florida and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Are Pre-Workouts Bad for You?
When you want to get the most out of your workout, you make sure every rep, step and weight really counts. Of course, dragging yourself out of bed first thing for a workout can be less than inspiring. Enter the pre-workout supplement, designed to help amp you up for a better, more effective workout. But before you down that caffeine-laced drink, make sure you know how it's going to affect your body during exercise -- you may find that a natural alternative is a healthier choice.
While different pre-wrokout supplements make different claims, their main purpose is to supposedly help you get more out of your workout by increasing your energy and blood flow to the extremities. When taken before a workout, they're designed to help you have better focus, lift heavier and have more energy for a tough workout. A study published in a 2010 issue of the "Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition" found that using a pre-workout before exercise did increase cardiovascular activity and anaerobic running capacity in subjects.
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