Feb 16, 2019

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 199- No Thrill in the Hills

Welcome! and thank you for listening.  Sorry for the lack of a podcast last week.  It has been complicated.  We lost a member of our canine family that was near and dear to our hearts.  I flew to Atlanta to be with Addie after her best friend Kimba passed.  

This episode is a short get you up to date podcast on why I did not start the Thrill in the Hills race.  There is a short clip from Addie as she tears up the course to a great finish on her first 50K.  

I also discuss my mission to help German Shepherd Dogs avoid cancer.  As a plant based physician, I cannot accept that we cannot help dog prevent cancer as well.  

I will be at the SWFlorida VegFest in Bonita Springs, Florida next weekend as a speaker.  Addie Majnaric RDN will also be joining me so stop by and say Hi.  You can find out more information at SWFLVegFest.org

Head on over to doctordulaney.com to get your tickets for our 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference, March 30,2019.  You can also sign up for our free newsletter that has monthly plant strong recipes and wellness tips.  Addie and I will be doing private consultations on March 29,2019.  There are a few spots remaining.  Purchase your tickets soon if you are interested.  We hope to see you there.  It will be a great plant positive day.  

Thank you for listening.  

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Feb 3, 2019

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 198- Ocean Robbins and I discuss his new book

Welcome! and thank you for listening.  Today, I am honored to have Ocean Robbins as my guest.  He is the CEO of The Food Revolution Network at foodrevolution.org If you have not listened to these, I reccommend them.  He and his father interview many inspirational and knowledgable leaders in the healthy food, healthy world arena.  

Today we discuss the release of his new book; 31-Day Food Revolution-Heal your body, feel great, and transform your world.  It is available on Amazon as well as ther book retailers.  Check out his website 31dayfoodrevolution.com.

The book addresses the environmental as well as health reasons to choose plant based nutrition.  One of the points Ocean makes that I loved and also try to convey in my nutritional classes, is that we get joy from being around people that we love by our interactions.  It is the same way with our food.  By choosing live plant foods, and mindfully preparing them, we can experience joy and gratitude in sharing health with our friends and family, as well as contributing to a better ethical and healthy environment.  

I hope you enjoy this interview.  Don't forget to check out doctordulaney.com to purchase your tickets for the 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference, March 30, 2019. Email me at Jami@doctordulaney.com, with questions.

Thank you for listening.  

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Jan 25, 2019

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Welness Podcast Episode 197- You have a story, now what is your strategy ?

Welcome and Thank you for listening!  I am excited to announce that Eric O' Grey will be joining us for the 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference, March 30,2019 in Punta Gorda, Florida.  Go to the website at doctordulaney.com to check out more details and purchase your tickets.  I will also be doing private consultations on Friday, March 29,2019 along with Addie Dulaney Majnaric.  We look forward to meeting each and everyone of you.  

Remember watching your children try to walk.  They never give up.  Somewhere along the way, we get tired of the struggle and lean how to give up.  We find reasons to quit or find an easier path.  Perhaps the pain clouds our vision of hope.  When you decide to change your nutrition to plant based, you have to start from where you are and then look to where you would like to be.  That vision can often get clouded.  Today I would like to start with your current state of nutrition, and then look at the story you tell about yourself that makes your progress difficult.  Finally, let's develop a strategy that keep you moving forward.  

In the meantime don't forget your greens.  There is a lot more to the nitric oxide story than just your blood vessels.  

Email me at Jami@doctordulaney.com with questions.  Check out the website to find out about the conference tickets, and how to join our wellness tribe.  

Check out Eric's video at youtu.be/Rm0qYRWQpZl

Thank you for listening.  

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Jan 18, 2019

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcasst Episode 196-Let’s Get this Healthy Year Started!

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Instead of looking at how fast you can get healthy, perhaps let's focus on getting a little better everyday.  January is the month to go out hard and try to become healthy as quick as possible so that we can revert back to our old habits as soon as possible.  Usually, the means loose weight and exercise only to gain it all back and drop the gym membership. 

There is nothing better than deciding to change your nutrition to plant based.  But for a lot of people that is a huge change.  It can seem like there are so many rules that it is impossible to follow.  Do you really have to give up everything you love in order to become healthy?  The "other"  diets let you eat meat and cheese and eggs as much as you want.  These are familiar tasty foods.  You don't have to learn a different way to cook.  In fact you don't have to cook at all.  You can eat out completely and be paleo or keto.  So why suffer with learning to cook, shop and eat vegetables that you never have eaten?  

What about exercise?  Is there a minimum or maximum that we need to do.  Is there a benefit to more?  

These are a few of the topics in this week's discussion.  Spoiler alert.  It is going to be ok, and yes, the health benefits of eating plant based are worth a little education.  We would love to help you.  Visit doctordulaney.com after listening to this episode.  Perhaps you would like to become an online member of the practice.  You can sign up for our monthly newsletter to get recipes and wellness tips each month.  Consider coming to our 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference in Punta Gorda, Florida March 30, 2019.  You can get the link to Eventbrite.com to purchase your tickets.  Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with any questions.  

Thank you for listening.  

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Jan 12, 2019

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 195- What Group are You Really Trying to Please and a Little Science to Boot

Welcome, and Thank you for listening.  This week's nutrition discussion centers around choosing.  Is dairy worse than sugar?  Is it ok if it might be plant based? Do you really want to leave your comfort zone and join those of us who are focused on health? 

We will discuss that topic and the topic of fueling for exercise.  What does the human body burn for exercise and what do we need to do to replace what is lost.  It is amazing that after all these years of being on the planet we are wired to worry about not getting enough.  The worry only seems to dim when we are stuffed to capacity with high calorie foods.  Picture the lion laying in the savannah after a feast, or the bear going to hibernate.  I get it for them.  They have to work to find food and it can be scarce for days.  Look around where you are right now.  I bet you can spot a source of food.  It might be in your hand.  We exercise to get our muscles stronger and to keep our bodies lean.  Yet the advertisers know just how to get you worried by warning to consume these fats and these branch chained amino acids.  They come along with very confident articles on just how your body burns fuel.  

Spoiler alert: The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute says "much remains to be learned about free fatty acid metabolism during exercise"  We will talk about that and much more.  

Don't forget to get your tickets to the 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference on March 30, 2019.  Go to doctordulaney.com to learn more and purchase your tickets.  You can also schedule a consultation with me or Addie Dulaney Majnaric RDN the day before the conference.  Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with any questions.  

Thank you for listening. 

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Jan 4, 2019

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 194 with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella

Welcome and thank you for listening.  This episode features Dr. Mark Cucuzzella.  He is professor of Family Medicine at WVU in Martinsburg WV.  He is a member of the Marine Corps Marathon Hall of Fame and is the creator of the U.S. Air Force Efficient Running Program.  He has recently released his book; Run For Your Life.  He is an advocate of running at any age and teaches clinics on proper running form.  

We discuss our love of helping people to attain health through a good diet and movement.  He gives some great tips on musculoskeletal maintenance so that you can continue to do your favorite exercise at any age.  If you have ever had pain running or playing your favorite sport, there are some great pearls of wisdom for you to hear.  

Check out his website attworiverstreads.com and the book's website at Runforyourlifebook.com.  He has some great running videos on YouTube as well. 

Don't forget to go to my website at doctordulaney.com to get your tickets for the 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference, March 30, 2019. Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with any questions.  Make a weekend out of the conference and sign up for a private consultation with myself or Addie Dulaney Majnaric, RDN the day before the conference.  

Thank you for listening.  

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Dec 29, 2018

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 193-Happy Healthy New Year Tips and Muses

Welcome and thank you for listening!  Happy New Year! I have had a few emails asking about what my plant based medical practice is like.  I also had a PA student interested in incorporating plant based nutrition into training shadow me for a couple of days.  It was a big difference from energy packed hospital rotations.  No emergencies, laid back, taking time to talk extensively to patients and even cook for them.  No adrenal rushes of trying to save a life in danger.  Just happy healthy members becoming better ever day as they learn more about plant based nutrition and movement.  I admitted that I was afraid of not having the adrenaline rush of taking care of critically ill patients at first.  Then I realized that that adrenaline rush could be reversed by education of those same patients on how to reverse lifestyle diseases. 

80% of hospital admissions could be prevented if we can get people to realized the relationship food and movement has to lifestyle diseases.  But it takes time.  A 10 minute office visit cannot accomplish this. 

This episode dives into this discussion as well as exciting new goals for the up coming year.  

Come join me and my staff this spring for a day of plant based education and enlightenment at our 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference March 30, 2019.  Go to doctordulaney.com and click on the link to purchase your tickets.  You can also secure your spot for a private consultation with me or Addie Dulaney Majnaric the day before.  We look forward to seeing you.  

Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with any questions.  Thank you again for listening.  Happy New Year!

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Dec 20, 2018

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 192-These are a Few of My Favorite Things

Welcome and Thank you for listening.  One of my favorite holiday tunes is; These are a Few of My Favorite Things.  I thought I would share a few of my favorite things that have occurred over the past year. 

1. Health Improvements by our members: diabetes reversal, elimination of medications for lifestyle diseases, improved weight, better mobility, less joint pain and much more.

2. Working with my daughter, Addie Dulaney Majnaric RDN and watching her evolve as a plant based RDN.  

3. Watching my nurse Dawn, and front office pro Barb evolve on their own plant based journey as they had their roles changed with the new membership wellness practice.

4. Learning about our Tribe and how to better serve those looking to become better and  stronger versions of themselves

5. Learning from my 101 year old member with regards to her positive mental attitude.

6. Becoming better today than yesterday and maintaining hope that we can all continue to improve our nutrition, mental outlook, and movement.

I am grateful for my membership tribe, my family and friends for the support in changing the practice so that we can continue to help people become the best versions of themselves.  

Go to doctordulaney.com to find out how you can become part of the tribe and don't for get to purchase your tickets for the Nutrition ConferenceFourth Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference,  March 30, 2019.

Email me with questions at jami@doctordulaney.com.  

Thank you for listening.

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Dec 14, 2018

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 191- Meet our Practice Tribe

Welcome and Thank you for listening.  Do you have a wellness tribe? How do you maintain your health?  Do you have separate groups who you eat with and others that you exercise with?  Do your communities overlap?  I will discuss this topic and much more on today's episode.

We had our second holiday potluck with the practice yesterday and it was a great thing to witness.  Happy healthy people sharing plant based food and family stories.  We are pack animals and need to fit into a group.  Life is easier as a team sport.  A sense of community provides comfort, support and guidance.   I  love watching people interact and support each other.  Our team provides support and guidance as well as accountability to our members as they work to improve their health and wellness.  Together we have created a tribe that shares a common interest.  We are readily accessable for medical care if needed but more importantly, we are there to prevent and reverse lifestyle diseases that compromise the enjoyment of life.  Not only do my members have a relationship with me and the staff but with each other.  

More people have heart attacks on Christmas and New Years than any other time of the year per a BMJ study.  This is all preventable by maintaining a healthy plant based diet, exercise, and having a positive mental attitude.  It certainly helps to be around people who are like minded.  

Articles reviewed today: 

Irritable Bowel Disease tied to Myocardial Infarction Risk: IBD Journal.  November 2018

Heart Attack Rates Higher on Christmas Eve and New Years Day: BMJ December 2018

doctordulaney.com for imformation on the practice, the 4th Annual Plant Based Nutrition Conference,  weekly blogpost, free recipes and much more.

jami@doctordulaney.com for questions.

 

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Dec 8, 2018

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 190-Californial International Marathon Recap- and Some Holiday Cheer

Welcome and Thank you for listening.  I finished the marathon but it did not go as I had wished.  I probably should have seen it coming and adjusted accordingly, but it was the last marathon of the year, and I wanted to make sure I gave it my all.  Unfortunately, my all occurred at about mile 7 and then it was 19 miles of survival.  

It is a lot like the holiday season from a nutrition view.  You start out with good intentions and then get derailed and just try to survive.  In the days leading up to the marathon I became focused on a time that I could run that would make me happy, and a time that I could run if I had a miraculous race, without taking into consideration of my physical state. I did not come out of the Ironman race without some minor injuries in October which left me 8 weeks to recover from an Ironman and get ready for the marathon.  I just hoped that the training would sort itself out, and I would be ready.  I almost was.  We fool ourselves into thinking we are ready for the challenge and then somehow just go on autopilot when it is the most dangerous time to not be hyperaware.  

So when you go to the holiday parties without much of a plan or go shopping for those gifts for coworkers and friends, have a plan that is detailed and follow it.  Have a back up plan for the unexpected.  Regular Christmas cookies are plant based nutrition explosives made with butter, oils, sugar, eggs and white flour.  Corn syrup and white sugar is everywhere.  If it is not sweet, it is filled with some form of cheese and salt.  Make rules.  Bring something you can eat.  Give others gifts of health instead of derailing them as well.  Gift cards to health food stores for the mailman and other service people will be welcomed versus another tin of buttered cookies.  

We are having the 4th Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Nutrition Conference March 30, 2019.  Tickets to this life changing positive event would make a great Holiday Gift.  You can find more information at mailchi.mp/7a171a922819/1jes8nmznk.  Please check out the website at doctordulaney.com for information about our practice, free recipes, weekly blog and much more.  Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with questions.  

Thank you for listening. 

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