Heart Tips Not Tricks

Heart Tips Not Tricks

 

Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Six Ways Low Level Laser Light Heals

Time: 03/03/2015 08:30 AM EST
Episode Notes: Guest, David Finsterle-Gawain, D.N.M.,

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Guest, David Finsterle-Gawain, D.N.M

Pioneer, Innovator, Doctor of Natural Medicine| Doc David originated the Healing FUSION with Dr. Irina Kossovskaia in 2004. Both have spent the following years perfecting and educating to make it the cohesive program that it is today, helping people many times heal conditions previously thought even impossible like nothing ever happened. Doc David Travels worldwide teaching and sharing his love and knowledge. He works with a number of modalities, covering a broad range from the physical through the emotional, so he is able to assist a large audience. David teaches or has taught internationally Specialized Kinesiology, Low Level/Soft Laser Therapy, Dental Proprioception, Family Constellation, Health Coaching, Nutritional Microscopy, Aspects of EFT, and Product Formulation, Better Breathing and Control Pause Expert Has extensive experience teaching Low Level Laser Therapy across North America since 2001, Today he will discuss the healing value of Low Level Laser Light Therapy on cardiovascular disorders.Listen to Podcast Here

 

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Title: Mrs. Cardiology–5 Reasons Food You Eat Affects Your Heart Health

Time: 03/18/2015 10:00 AM EDT
Episode Notes: 
Guest Today: Kathy Parry, Your Real Food Coach is passionate about food. Real food. She helps others understand what real, whole foods are and how they affect health and vitality| She is called on as nutrition expert by local and national media and is an author of two books: The Ultimate Recipe for an Energetic Life and Hung Over, Sleep-Deprived, Over-Caffeinated and Living on Pizza. Listen in today as she discussed 5 Reasons Food You Eat Affects Your Heart Health.

 

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Discover 4 classifications of Holistic Healthcare Provider
Time: 04/11/2015 09:00 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Our guest today Paul Levin is a computer engineer, husband and father of two. 12 years ago, he found out how powerless he was in the confines of the conventional medical system. To save his daughters health and life he has become a holistic health care advocate and will discuss today– 4 classifications of Holistic Healthcare Providers.

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Series on Omega

Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Why Marine Omega with Krill Benefits Arthritis
Time: 04/19/2015 11:00 AM EDTkrill
Episode Notes: In a healthy immune system, the normal inflammatory process repairs damage and protects the body from infections. But in arthritis and inflammatory diseases, an overactive immune response leads to tissue degradation. Research showed that the same pathway that signals the start of inflammation also includes an off switch. Omega-3s convert into these more powerful compounds, putting the brakes on this active process and causing it to screech to a halt. Today hear how: Marine Omega with Krill Benefits Arthritis

 

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Depression can be helped with diet and supplements.

Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Two Reasons Omega 3 Deficiencies May Affect Depression

Time: 04/27/2015 08:30 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Dr Oz Says Omega-3 is good for your joints, skin, vision, brain, heart, helps lower bad cholesterol levels and even boosts fertility. It’s an anti-ager and an anti-inflammatory. It’s found naturally in a variety of delicious foods including walnuts, salmon, tuna, olive oil and avocados. Today Mrs. Cardiology will discuss two mechanisms of Omega three that may help with depression and why if you are deficient, you may be depressed.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology–6 Criteria to Help Choose a Truly Holistic Doctor
Time: 05/25/2015 08:45 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Wondering how to choose a holistic doctor? Concerned about credentials and methodology? Today SvenHosford, Managing Editor Journal of Lifestyle Medicine and founder of Point of Light Magazine will discuss 6 Criteria to Choose a Truly Holistic Doctor.| Sven’s “Point of Light” Magazine Point of Light was a primary source of information on alternative medicine care from 1994 to 2005. His newly founded Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, (2014) focuses on nutrition, mind/body medicine and healthy lifestyle choices.

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Series on Magnesium

Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, 12 Reasons Magnesium is Health Essential
Time: 05/31/2015 08:30 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Hear Mrs Cardiology tell you today about 12 diseases that may be positively affected by magnesium intake and the research behind the discoveries. Every organ in the body — especially the heart, muscles, and kidneys — needs the mineral magnesium. It also contributes to the makeup of teeth and bones. Most important, it activates enzymes, contributes to energy production, and helps regulate calcium levels, as well as copper, zinc, potassium, vitamin D, and other important nutrients in the body. You can get magnesium from many foods. However, most people in the United States probably do not get as much magnesium as they should from their diet. Foods rich in magnesium include whole grains, nuts, and green vegetables. Green leafy vegetables are particularly good sources of magnesium.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, 10 Best Ways to Get Magnesium into Your Diet
Time: 06/07/2015 09:30 AM EDT
Episode Notes: According to modern science, Magnesium is in the top ten most abundant minerals in the earth’s crust and in

Green edible plants have magnesium.

the body. It is also one of the 6 Essential Minerals That Your Body Needs Every Day! is naturally present in many foods, added to other food products, available as a dietary supplement, and present in some medicines (such as antacids and laxatives). Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body! So do you know in what foods you can find it and which of the most abundant minerals in the body leach magnesium from your system? Tune in as Mrs. Cardiology gives you a tour of the information available on magnesium sources in an attempt to get you to pay attention to your intake, absolutely necessary to keep your heart and other body systems health.

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Series on Gut Health

the gutHosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology–16 Reasons to Switch to Sprouted Grain BreadsTime: 07/10/2015 09:00 AM EDT
Episode Notes: The body of research detailing the health benefits of sprouted whole grains is growing daily. Should you switch your eating habits to include sprouted grain bread and what health benefits will accrue?Listen to Podcast

 

Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Secrets Revealed Gut Health and Heart Disease
Time: 07/27/2015 09:45 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Listen in as Mrs Cardiology discusses recent research on relationship of gut health and heart disease. Couldpx for test we have been sold a bill of goods about cholesterol being the major culprit? How long will it take the medical field to catch up? So listen in for Secrets Revealed about the Relationship of Gut Health to Heart Diseases, first of an eight part series designed to get you thinking.Listen to Podcast

 

Dr. SmileyHosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Cardiologist Clears Confusion on Diagnostic TestsTime: 08/02/2015 09:30 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Your cardiologist sends you for a test and you are not sure what it’s for or why you need it. From Stress Tests to Cardiac Catheterization and Muga Scans, your head may spin. And what’s the difference between and EKG and an Echocardiogram? Private practice cardiologist, Dr. Santosh Pandit will clear the confusion today on which test is what and why. So listen in as Dr. Santosh Pandit clears the confusion on cardiac testing.Listen to Podcast

 

Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology–Revealed Must Eat Fermented Foods for a Healthy Gut
Time: 08/09/2015 10:15 AM EDT
Episode Notes: In the second episode of Mrs. Cardiology series on having a healthy gut because it affects your heart, Mrs. Cardiology will discuss 7 fermented foods that are easily obtainable that benefit your gut health. She also has some suggestions for recipes that incorporate them and websites that can help you in your quest.fermented foods

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Exclusive! How to Make Probiotics at Home
Time: 08/14/2015 10:00 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Doc David Gawain weighs in on Mrs. Cardiology’s eight part series on Gut Health for Heart Health. Doc David is a Doctor of Natural Medicine, D.N.M. He will share with you how to make ferment (probiotics) at home without having to have a culture. He will also discuss how probiotics change blood chemistry and modulate the immune system. Join Mrs. Cardiology as she uncovers the benefits of gut health on Your Life.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology–Mysteries of Lacto-fermentation RevealedTime: 08/30/2015 08:30 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Listen in today as Mrs. Cardiology gives you resources and reasons why lacto-fermentation is so great for gut health and also for the rest of your body including your heart. To get you started she will talk about five great recipes from kombucha to “real” pickled eggs, kefir water and fermented hot sauce.| Lacto-fermentation was the first way of preserving food and the East Indian culture is one of the best purveyors of fermented foods. So you will get some tips from Sunita Pandit that you won’t get anywhere else as she delves into the Mysteries of Lacto-fermentation.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology–Get the Low Down on Weight Loss at 65 or Any Age!
Time: 09/06/2015 09:15 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Can you really reset your metabolism at 65 or any age? Who ever heard of a woman of that age losing 30 pounds in three months and continuing to lose more later, getting into clothes she has not worn for almost thirty years.| All it takes is consistent and persistent action and a good program like TR90 Weight Management.| Listen in as you hear the real story of a real person who has done it.| Age Loc TR 90 Weight Management System is Listed in the Physicians Desk Reference (PDR)

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Learn Benefits of Traditional Indian Fermented Foods
Time: 09/19/2015 09:45 AM EDT
Episode Notes: All around the world, fermented foods and beverages are part of the human diet. Many of the recipes are Indian fermented foodspassed on by generations. This ethnic knowledge that was around long before refrigeration, preservatives and fast foods has been supplanted by our modern culture. But the discovery is that everything old is new again. Learn today from Mrs. Cardiology about ethic Indian foods that she grew up with that are not only traditional and tasty, but good for you. Indian fermented food and beverage is the first of many ethnic probiotic (fermented) foods that she will explore. Listen in and get some information to help you study the benefits of traditional Indian fermented food and drink.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Discover the Heath Benefits of Fermented Sour Dough Bread
 Time: 09/25/2015 10:15 AM EDT
Episode Notes: Being an environmental attorney and having a Mormon upbringing, Tamar Cerafici was always interested inall things, “good for you.” Then she moved to New Hampshire, the home of “The Old Farmer’s Almanac” which took her back to her roots. She began to bake bread and not just any bread but delicious, easy to digest, tasty but still good for you, fermented sour dough bread in many varieties. She has become quite the expert and joins Mrs. Cardiology today to discuss the Health Benefits and the “Fun” of making your own fermented sour dough bread.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Missing “Mind” Link to Heart Health
Time: 11/01/2015 08:00 PM EST
Episode Notes: Show starts at 8 PM EDT, apologies. Guest today is Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and AcupuTamarncturist Dr. Joanny Liu of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.| She will discuss the unique relationship that Chinese medicine is based on that ties the heart and other organs to the mind. In other words if things are not right in your mind they will definitely not be right in your body. And we are not talking about psychosomatic illness but the real relationship of the mind to the health of the heart and other body organs.| Dr Liu is the founder of Extraordinary Sports Medicine, where they deliver Extraordinary Results to Top Athletes to keep them healthy, happy and productive in their sport and in their lives.| She is also the author of “Heal Your Concussion How to Quickly and Effectively Get Back in the Game.” Listen in to learn about the mind, the missing link to heart health.

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brokenheartHosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Can You Really Die of a Broken Heart?Time: 11/08/2015 10:15 AM EST
Episode Notes: Is “broken heart syndrome” real or is it just the stuff of gothic literature and movies, all tied in with horror and romance? Listen is as Mrs. Cardiology, Sunita Pandit interviews Cardiologist Dr. Santosh Pandit (yes they are married) about stress-induced cardiomyopathy or takotsubo cardiomyopathy, This is the medical term for “broken heart syndrome.”Listen to Podcast

 

Holiday Series

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, 4 Quick Tips to Destress Your Holidays
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Time: 11/15/2015 09:00 AM EST
Episode Notes: Holidays are fun and joyous but they can be stressful and everyone knows that this is not good for your loving heart that wants everything to be perfect. Today, Sunita Pandit, Mrs. Cardiology, interviews Kate Kill. Kate serves as President on the Board of Directors for the Himalayan Institute of Pittsburgh and is one of the staff instructors for the Himalayan Institute Teacher’s Association. She leads workshops and retreats that use yogic techniques such as asana (physical postures), pranayama (breathwork) and meditation techniques to bring wellness and balance to the body and mind. | Her gift to you today is 4 quick ways to destress your holidays.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Cardiologist Tips for a Heart Healthy HolidayTime: 12/13/2015 08:45 AM EST
Episode Notes: Mrs. Cardiology interviews private practice cardiologist, Santosh Pandit, for tips on a heart healthy holiday. He has tip to have a happy heart while you have a happy holiday.tuna on bread with spinachhListen to Podcast

 

Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, Top 5 Sneaky Sugar Free Holiday Recipes
No sugar, sweeten naturally!

No sugar, sweeten naturally!

Time: 12/21/2015 09:15 AM EST
Episode Notes: It’s the holidays and visions of sugar plums are dancing in everyone’s heads, but as a responsible advocate for good health who doesn’t want to be a fuddy duddy and cancel holiday goodies, how do you make wonderful holiday recipes without sugar. After all, wouldn’t it be nice to NOT contribute to your friends and relative sugar delinquency without them knowing it. Today Mrs. Cardiology and TechnoGranny, “a staunch no sugar advocate” discuss top 5 ways to replace sugar with healthier, less calorie alternatives and suggest 5 great recipes for you to try which will be on mrscardiology.com later today. Just in time for your last minute baking. By next year all of your baking can be sugar free without fear of offending your sugar addict friends and relatives.

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Hosted by: MrsCardiology
Title: Mrs. Cardiology, New Year, New Slimmer You
Time: 12/29/2015 04:30 PM EST
Episode Notes: Hear about a revolutionary new food program with testimonials from those having great success with it and an offer you can’t refuse.

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