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Developing Healthy Habits Using Structure & Organization

When making a commitment to a new health protocol, it's best to trust the process all the way through

It’s only natural to feel overwhelmed by too many options. These days, there’s so much information out there regarding health, it’s hard to know who or what to trust. It can all be very intimidating, at least it is for me. To cope with the madness, I’ve been reading articles and books on developing healthy habits. I’m sometimes guilty of favoring my own worldview (aren’t we all), but that doesn’t stop me from trying to incorporate positive change. If I come across something that resonates with me, I’ll try it out without over-analyzing. If it starts to work, I’ll stick […]

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“Turning Off the Faucet” – The Importance of Prevention

It's extremely important for a doctor and patient to work as a team, especially when it comes to chronic disease prevention

In my opinion, it’s best for a doctor to get to know his/her patients and to work as a team (with any given patient). Moreover, no matter where a patient stands on the healthcare spectrum, the topic of prevention should always be a priority. Understandably, we live in the “real world” and real world problems need to be solved with real world solutions. But keep in mind that healthy habits usually lead to healthier results and the sooner those healthy habits can be incorporated, better outcomes can be expected. “Mopping the Floor” Dr. Steven Lome (cardiologist), recently wrote an inspiring […]

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Fifty Percent of the Battle is Just Getting There

If half the battle is won just by showing up, you've only got half way to go on your own

Fifty percent of the workout is just getting to the gym. Think I’m kidding? Hear me out. When you decide to workout, do you tough it out and make it happen? Or does the earth’s gravitational pull start working mysteriously against you? Is this you? “I went to the gym today because it makes me feel energized.” “I went to the gym today because I always loosen up once I get moving.” “I went to the gym today because I want to get better at jumping rope” (or pushups or hand stands or whatever).” OR is this you? “I want […]

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Sharing Some Thoughts for a Happy & Healthy New Year

Keep in mind, your self-image will bend over backwards to fulfill any label you put on yourself in 2017

As the old saying goes, “a new year, a new beginning.” If change is your desire in 2017, remember to set short-term, reasonably attainable goals to build momentum. And don’t throw in the towel if you steer off course. We’re all just human, and we all want a safe, happy, and healthy new year. To Have a Happy & Healthy New Year… Don’t Wait for New Year’s to Make a Resolution Resolutions play a big role in everyone’s healthy new year. In fact, I’m actually making a couple right now. However, it’s not a good idea to refuse change when […]