Oct 21, 2016
"Not every day is a good day" is something my father once told me in my disappointment over how life was going. But then again there is something good about every day. My week was not a total success but there were moments of progress. I also had my eyes opened to the difficulty of educating todays traditional medical doctors. There is a lot of information and a lot of demand to learn the traditional art of healing through medications and procedures. How to restore health in the shortness amount of time with the least amount of effort. My experience with a third year medical student this week exemplified that. He was so overwhelmed with diagnosing and medications that prevention or health through nutrition was never in view. Our medical schools need to teach more nutrition in the first two years and perhaps offer a clinical option for nutritional medicine in the forth year for the few interested. Then we must wait until the experienced physician opens their eyes to the wonders of prevention through nutrition. It is not glamorous. It will never make an episode of Chicago Med or Grey's Anatomy, but it is real. And when one see's the power of nutrition you cannot turn away. The progress is slow but rewarding. Healing without harm. Educating to empower others to heal themselves. Email me with questions at email@example.com and visit the website at doctordulaney.com. I am available for telemedicine consults through the website as well. Be well and be plant strong.
Oct 14, 2016
What does an Ironman have to do with plant based nutrition? Well the quick answer is it is what I do for a hobby and what I eat to be healthy. But it can also be a similar long journey of training to move and to eat more healthfully. There will be setbacks and successes. There will be challenges to get the training in and the plants on the table. People will call you crazy or a "nut" for your choices. I believe both gets you closer to the positive aspects of humanity. Our desire to help others and make lives better. Human and non human lives. Daniel Kisch says "ignorance and fear are matters of the mind" Don't let fear block you from being active and healthy. You are capable of many more things than you can imagine.
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Oct 1, 2016
Have you ever watched a toddler pick something off of the floor. They do a perfect squat. Completely balanced. How about a race here running for the line. His head lifts up and his legs jet out in front of him and he pulls them back whipping his hooves to the ground. Fast forward to people walking in the box stores leaning on the carts trying to get one leg in front of the other. We have lost mobility and connectedness by being sedentary. I challenge you to move your body and stretch. Get on the floor and back up. Try yoga and foam rolling to get your body connected again. Add that to a nutrient dense plant based diet and your body will stay working like the beautiful machine it was meant to be. Fueling and moving our body efficiently is the best thing we can do for ourselves and others. We all have beautiful fluid bodies that are brilliant machines. I challenge you to find that body within yourself by eating a whole food plant based diet and moving as were designed to do.
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Sep 24, 2016
Is it the "ghost servings" that are holding you back from achieving your goals. Josh LaJaunie has been there and understands. He has also learned to love himself enough not to let others sabotage his decision to take his health back. Josh has lost over 200 pounds, started running and has progressed to now coming in third Overall in the Wildcat 100. That was not his original goal. He started just trying to fit in a nice suit for a college presentation. Then finish a 5K. Then beat that time and do a 10K. How about a marathon or a 50K or a 50 miler and more marathons faster. He believes our bodies were meant to move. A lot. I agree. Eat plants and move your body. Get out into nature and see the sun come up and feel the sun and the wind. Believe in yourself enough to say to others I choose to eat vegetables and fruit so that I can move my body and enjoy a long healthy life. Enjoy this chat with Josh. Email me a email@example.com and check out my website at doctordulaney.com.
Sep 17, 2016
If we just take a minute to think about what we are eating and where did it come from exactly, we might just make better choices. People are more particular with what gas goes into their cars than what they feed their families. The government does not help with the purchase of surplus cheese to support the dairy industry and then give the reasoning as it is a good source of protein for poor folks. Really? Yes their is protein with a big side of salt and fat. A more mindful approach would be for the government to purchase ugly vegetables to give to the poor so that they could actually get healthy. Today, I will discuss some tips to become a more mindful chef and shopper. Follow me on Instagram at Jaimeladulaney and check out the website doctordulaney.com. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sep 9, 2016
Everyone needs a challenge. It can be physical or mental or both. It keeps us striving to be the best we can. How you define winning is up to you. But try to find a positive everyday along the way. Getting off of the couch or beginning to take control of your own nutrition is often the first step to many positive changes. It is ok if it hurts a little. We are all capable of more than we think. This episode I discuss my upcoming Ironman challenge, along with what I have been eating. I will discuss gut microbes and how eating plants can select for a more healthy gut and how to ease your family and friends plant based. Thank you for the positive feed back and feel free to email me with questions at email@example.com. Check out the website at doctordulaney.com for more information. Join me for plant based nutrition classes in Port Charlotte Florida and mark your calendar for January 21, 2017 for our second annual Plant Based Nutrition Conference featuring Dr. Michael Klaper.
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Sep 2, 2016
Doctor bashing or doctor responsibility. It is certainly complicated but I do believe physicians want the best for their patients and it is a job that not many would trade for if you ask during the 3 am phone call. That said we knew what we were getting into and fought to get it. So we must take control of the downward decline of our patient's health. We are the educators and no educator can be effective in a 10 minute visit. Proper assessment cannot be made without communication and understanding. We as physicians need to take leadership in evaluating and educating the necessity of a whole foods plant based diet. We also need to understand the reasons people are not successful in change and guide them on becoming more aware. Patients get the choice but they should be aware of all of the choices as well as the risks. Eat 4 cups of greens a day. Eat a colorful plate of vegetables and fruit. Forget the meat, cheese and oil. Move your body and gets some sun but not a sunburn. Stay strong and flexible. If your doctor cant help you figure out how to accomplish that, get another doctor. You don't need tests, you need a plan. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit the website at doctordulaney.com.
Aug 27, 2016
We have all had our heart strings tugged by photos of a baby animal being fed by a bottle. Yet we remain comfortably unaware that calves are being deprived of the life giving nourishment they were meant to have by nature because humans like cheese and other dairy from cow's milk. Not only is it cruel to the calf but it is harmful to humans. It is associated wtih allegies, autoimmune disease, cancers, and cardiovascular disease. We make it even worse by adding large amounts of sugar to make ice cream and large amounts of salt to make cheese. I know it is the way most of us were raised but we also were raised with a black and white tv that didnt have a remote and managed to give that up. I take a little time during this podcast to just ask for awareness before we eat and drink. Also finding common ground. Oatmeal is plantbased and almost everyone has eaten it. Perhaps take a little time this week to jot down plant based foods that you like and eat already that could be used to make a two week menu.
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Aug 12, 2016
You do not have to suffer from lifestyle diseases such as cardiovascular disease. That includes hypertension, coronary artery disease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease. I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Joel Kahn. He is an interventionally trained cardiologist that has transitioned his practice to one emphasizing a vegan diet as a means to reverse and prevent cardiovascular disease. He is outspoken on the need for hospitals to correct their disease promoting practice of serving unhealthy food to patients and their visitors. He practices what he preaches having raised his children vegan and has now partnered with his son to start a vegan heart healthy restaruant in the greater Detroit area called GreenSpace Cafe. Check the menu out on their website GreenSpacecafe.com. Dr. Kahn's practice website is drjoelkahn.com. He is on Twitter @drkahn. He is a part of a vegan heart healthy support group at PBNSG.org. He is book is The Whole Heart Solution: Halt Heart Disease Now with the best Alternative and Traditional Medicine. It is a great read. He also has an upcoming movie on PBS called The Hearty Plate which will be released locally in the near future. Enjoy this dynamic interview wth Dr. Kahn. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out my website at doctordulaney.com.
Aug 5, 2016
Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that attacks the white matter of the brain and spinal chord in young to middle age people. The conventional treatment has the potential for significant side effects and has a variable success. Cindy Sweeley developed multiple sclerosis at age 42 and took the conventional treatment at first. She then stopped after being free of symptoms while plant based. She educated herself on the merits of plant based nutrition and gave it a go. Now she would like to share her story and success with others. She has started a business called Vegan Cravin and has completed the ecornell T. Colin Campbell course on plant based nutrition. Enjoy our chat. Also check out John McDougall's review of a low fat plant based approach to the treatment of multiple sclerosis. He interviews Roy Swank MD the former head of neurology at Oregon Health and Science on his successful approach to treating patients with MS with a whole food plant based diet. Eliminating animal proteins especially dairy will allow the body to heal itself with the addition of whole foods plant based low fat nutrition. Contact me with questions at email@example.com. Visit my website at doctordulaney.com and check out what I am having for dinner on Instagram at Jaimeladulaney. Thanks for listening.