Mar 18, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 381: Intangibles

 

 

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. 

 

Intangibles as defined by Webster’s dictionary, are things unable to be touched, or are vague and abstract.  They are not easily grasped or precisely measurable.  This episode will try to shed some light on how we might train intangibles on a journey to becoming plant based. 

 

Should you get dental x-rays when asymptomatic or before a dentist has even examines your mouth? I might be ranting about that as well.  We don’t ask why and how that might benefit my health near enough in our health care decisions. 

Corporate sponsors of the ADA include but not limited to Henry Schein Corp. (an S&P Fortune 500 company providing dental practice solutions), Cogate, Proctor and Gamble, Crest and Waterpik just to name a few.  So just like the AMA, policy is heavily influenced by corporate interests. 

Can you wait until you are older to change to a healthy diet? There is certainly benefit at any age, but I discuss some recently published studies linking early age diet with later health costs and illness. 

As always, email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with questions. 

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Thank you for listening.

 

 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2790100?utm_source=silverchair&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=article_alert-jamanetworkopen&utm_content=wklyforyou&utm_term=031622

 

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1028415X.2022.2027592

 

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Mar 11, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Podcast: Episode 380 TreasureCoast Marathon Interview

 

Welcome! and thank you for listening. 

This episode features four runners that are members of our wellness practice that have taken control of their own health and stepped into an endurance training regimen culminating in finishing the Treasure Coast half and whole marathons. 

We often hear people say, “when I get healthy, I’m going to do…”.  That day rarely comes because they are waiting for someone else or some other treatment or procedure to provide health.  What defines health and limitations is ultimately an individual perception. 

This episode features Erica Salerno Shadowens, a breast cancer survivor, Nanette Rodgers, 86 years young with valvular heart disease, Dick Willard, a colon cancer survivor, and Hutch Strahm, with coronary stents and insulin requiring diabetes.  Each have had significant “challenges” in their path to health but have chosen to use endurance training as a part of their healing. 

I hope you enjoy the chats with each of them as well as a few words from our RDN, exercise physiologist, Addie Majnaric.  Thanks also to Michael Hubbard for always supporting my efforts and always sharing a great smile across all our finish lines together.   

 

“I took a diagnosis and turned it into a positive” Erika Salerno Shadowens

“I you think you can, you can; if you think you can’t, you can’t” Dick Willard

Get with a group and run/walk/run” Nannette Rodgers

“Massive goals don’t require massive actions, but consistent actions” Hutch Strahm

 

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Music:

Girl is on fire: Alicia Keys

Run like Hell: Pink Floyd

I”m Shipping up to Boston: Dropkick Murphys

All Day Long: Billy Currington

Feeling Good: Nina Simone

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Mar 11, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast: Episode 380 Treasure Coast Marathon Interviews

 

Welcome! and thank you for listening. 

This episode features four runners that are members of our wellness practice that have taken control of their own health and stepped into an endurance training regimen culminating in finishing the Treasure Coast half and whole marathons. 

We often hear people say, “when I get healthy, I’m going to do…”.  That day rarely comes because they are waiting for someone else or some other treatment or procedure to provide health.  What defines health and limitations is ultimately an individual perception. 

This episode features Erica Salerno Shadowens, a breast cancer survivor, Nanette Rodgers, 86 years young with valvular heart disease, Dick Willard, a colon cancer survivor, and Hutch Strahm, with coronary stents and insulin requiring diabetes.  Each have had significant “challenges” in their path to health but have chosen to use endurance training as a part of their healing. 

I hope you enjoy the chats with each of them as well as a few words from our RDN, exercise physiologist, Addie Majnaric.  Thanks also to Michael Hubbard for always supporting my efforts and always sharing a great smile across all our finish lines together.   

 

“I took a diagnosis and turned it into a positive” Erika Salerno Shadowens

“I you think you can, you can; if you think you can’t, you can’t” Dick Willard

Get with a group and run/walk/run” Nannette Rodgers

“Massive goals don’t require massive actions, but consistent actions” Hutch Strahm

 

Website: doctordulaney.com

Email: jami@doctordulaney.com

Facebook: Plant based striders

 

Music:

Girl is on fire: Alicia Keys

Run like Hell: Pink Floyd

I”m Shipping up to Boston: Dropkick Murphys

All Day Long: Billy Currington

Feeling Good: Nina Simone

https://www.amazon.com/Plant-based-Wellness-Cookbook-Generations-Cooking/dp/1733967702/ref=sr_1_3?crid=1U4J4U0SZUXUF&dchild=1&keywords=plant+based+wellness+cookbook&qid=1621083696&sprefix=plant+based+well%2Caps%2C173&sr=8-3

Feb 25, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast: Episode 379 Headliners

 

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Headliners and Bullet Points drive our information in today’s fast-moving world.  It is especially good when those headliners support our way of thinking.  Studies to prove our point supports our daily choices and perceptions.  But what about the fine print?  Some of us read the headlines and the abstract that summarizes the studies.  We might even drop down into the results.  A good study will have a great discussion about the pros and cons of the findings and almost always ends with a statement of more research is needed.  That is because there is no definitive answer in science.  There is always more to learn.  We change our behaviors as we learn.  The studies we like the most however,  support our own opinions.

Today, I will present two studies that differ from my opinion.  They do not support plant based nutrition and they get great headlines because they support mainstream opinion on nutrition and its role in health. I hope you enjoy my discussion.  

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https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnut.2022.831470/full

 

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2789266?utm_campaign=articlePDF&utm_medium=articlePDFlink&utm_source=articlePDF&utm_content=jamanetworkopen.2022.0145

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Feb 18, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 378: In the Event of an Emergency, Put Your Own Mask on First

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.

 

This episode is dedicated to a dear friend of the practice that passed.  He will be remembered for his smile and quick, bent over swagger.  He was told to go to Florida and get his affairs in order several years ago after many cardiac and vascular procedures.  He was on a host of medications and could only walk 25 steps before his legs began to cramp when I met him at a young age of 59.  He lost weight and was able to walk without pain before life got in his way and ended taking his life at a very early age.  Grace and humility come in all shapes and sizes, and I will be ever grateful for having known him and learned from him.

 

Can you eat plant based with a history of kidney stones? Are they from calcium, oxalate, uric acid?  Plants? Animals?  I will set you mind at ease.  Spoiler, eat your vegetables and fruits.

 

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https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24859445/

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22649959/

Music: Theme to Patch Adams by Bryan Kujawa

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Feb 11, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 377: You Have to Have Heart

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  

Happy Valentine's Day.  Happy love and friendship to others.  But please wish yourself a Happy Valentine's day.  Yes you are worthy of good health, love and friendship.  It starts with you.  Why not me? Why not you?  

Getting to be in control is powerful, and starting that control with your food choices will give you power and strength to make other good choices.  Choosing comfort food because it gives you control is merely a disguise for retreat and hurt.  Choosing health and healthy foods puts you on a course of determination and free choice for your health and health span. 

Allicin is a great protein found in garlic-listen to hear how.

You are never too old or too young to benefit from a plant based diet.  Find out how many years it will add to your life.  And that does not include healthspan.  

St. Valentine's memory has lasted almost two thousand years because of his act of kindness and strength.  The Romans thought the heart was the center of emotions.  I would like to believe it is a connection to the soul of others.  There is no replacement for the human connection.  

Go ahead and share a little of your heart with someone this Valentine's day.  Happy Valentine's day. 

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https://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1003889#abstract2

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Chocolate lava cake: Vegan_govegan on Instagram. 

Applesauce, oat flour, silken tofu vs yogurt, cacao powder, maple syrup, chocolate square, strawberries, soy milk and baking powder. 

 

 

 

Feb 4, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 376: You Still Have Options

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  

It is my only option.  We are running out of options.  Those might be familiar phrases that you have heard or used in the past.  I would like to add that there are always options.  There are other choices, other perceptions, other stories, and other outcomes.  We limit our own options most of the time to the ones we want or that are easiest.  

February marks the beginning of heart month.  There are 650,000 deaths each year from cardiovascular disease and thousands more procedures done to try and decrease those numbers.  Despite all the interventions and medications, cardiovascular disease is still the number one killer.  The sad part is most of those deaths could have been prevented or delayed with another option. 

The problem is that the best option is not always the easiest option.  It does not always come naturally.  It is not always the quickest solution. 

To uses my broken toe as an example is a bit simplistic and much less serious.  However, my favorite option for fitness is running.  My favorite challenge is endurance during running and to strategize the training and racing of long events.  I will now have to limit weight bearing on my right foot because of my tiniest toe so that it can heal, and I can resume my favorite pastime.  The problem is fitness.  How will I maintain fitness and not use my foot.  I will need to  invoke options that I are not my favorite.  However, it gives me the opportunity to be creative and a chance to strategize how I will accomplish the task.  My desired outcome is to be healthy.  I will now have to use other options to achieve that outcome. 

We are never out of options, and the choice of options is yours.  You get to strategize and plan for your desired options.  Get as much information as you can and choose the best option for you. 

It is heart month.  There is no need for a broken heart.  Check out our website at doctordulaney.com or email me at jami@doctordulaney.com for some options that may appeal to you. 

Thank you for listening. 

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/walking-speed-survival/

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Jan 28, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 375: Creating a Story for Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. 

We make thousands of decisions each day and have as many different events in our lives.  Some events we plan and some we react to.  How we react is our choice.  It is also our choice on how we weave the story of our lives from those events and our perceptions of them.   We choose different events throughout our lives to justify why our story is such.  Others may have a totally different story of your life.  But ultimately, your story is the real one and the one remembered long after you are gone.  

The story of your health and nutrition are the same.  You get to write it.  Sure things happen that you didn't expect or even deserve.  But how you reacted is the real story that you get to write.  Our relationship with food is part of our story.  However, we still have the opportunity to write that story how we choose. 

I hope you can find a bit of blue sky in each day and each meal that helps you write a story of health and fulfillment.  Remember it is your perception that ultimately defines your story.  

Enjoy the episode.  Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with questions or if you know Steph Curry and can get me a handshake at the Warriors game January 31, 2022.  The Diva would love it.  

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Jan 21, 2022

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast Episode 374

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. 

What is the best nutrition plan? What are your goals?  Weight loss and nutrition are not the same all circumstances.  The outside appearance is what we see, but inside is much more important to health span.  When marketers claim their diet is the best, most sustainable, or anthropologically correct, they are still marketing.  

Let's start with your most important goals.  Perhaps you think you are really healthy, but just need to loose weight.  Are you interested in health span or longevity?  Being really thin, may improve your longevity at the expense of your health.   Examples may be progression of atherosclerosis, cancer, or osteoporosis despite being thin.  Nutrient density should take the first priority when looking at energy restriction.  We are also feeding our microbiome when we choose a nutrition plan that can also affect our health.  

I will discuss a few options for success during this episode.  

I will throw in a few thoughts about COVID screening, PCR and antigen testing as well.  Be healthy.  Eat healthy.

Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com  with questions.  Visit our website at doctordulaney.com

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Jan 14, 2022

Jaimela Dulaney MD Plant Based Wellness Podcast: Episode 372 Your Health, Your Decision

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I've got a run streak going in January.  Strength training on board.  50 mile race in February.  Plant strong!

How long should you take BP medication before your are cured?  How about statins? Possible to stop you ask?  Indeed.  What are the risks vs. benefits.  Did you give informed consent prior to beginning medications? Was the duration discussed? Alternatives.  There certainly is.  

Medial news is presented on TV daily.  How much information are we really getting?  Most of the time it is just the conclusion of a study, and the recommendations derived from that study.  How do percentages apply to you.  Are the benefits and risk the same?  Probably not.  However, you should get to decide.  Your body, your life, and your choice. 

I will be presenting some worrisome data today.  Many people will react differently.  That is fine.  It is expected and welcomed.  We need to have the discussions.  

I believe there is hope for a healthy tomorrow.  We are in control and we make the choices.  I believe plant based nutrition and exercise are at the root of health.  Let us show you how.  Visit the website at doctordulaney.com to learn more.  Email me at jami@doctordulaney.com with questions.

https://www.amazon.com/Virus-Vaccine-Contaminated-Cancers-Government/dp/0312342721/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1CAKKC8KCUGG4&keywords=virus+and+vaccine&qid=1642201273&sprefix=virus+and+vaccine%2Cspecialty-aps%2C142&sr=8-

1https://www.amazon.com/Dissolving-Illusions-Disease-Vaccines-Forgotten/dp/1480216895https://insight.jci.org/articles/view/154337https://www.cardiovascularbusiness.com/topics/prevention-risk-reduction/how-taking-blood-pressure-medication-can-lead-kidney-damage

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