Muscle and Fitness and Sirius Radio

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Read an article from Muscle and Fitness‘s latest contributor; yours truly! Muscle and Fitness article from Dr. Mike Also tune in to The Doctors channel on Sirius/XM radio (channel 81) tomorrow at 1:00pm on Nutrition and Exercise with Samantha Heller. Call in with your questions!

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Radio Chicago WVON

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Join me on air live on Radio Chicago WVON at 11am Eastern. Listen live here: WVON

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The Josh Tolley Radio Program

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Join me Tuesday, September 16th at 11am EST on the nationally syndicated, Josh Tolley Radio Program. We’ll be discussing my new book; The Fallacy of The Calorie. You don’t want to miss it! Listen live here: Josh Tolley Link

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Channeling My Inner T-Rex: A Carnivore’s Rebuttal (Part 3 of 3)

And where, in this healthy diet is a mention of the fruits and vegetables? What about the breads and other refined carbohydrates and sugars? If Dr. Williams is concerned about excessive fat intake, as any intelligent consumer should be, perhaps they should be paying attention to the consumption of baked goods. Along with fried foods…

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Never Forget….

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Channeling My Inner T-Rex: A Carnivore’s Rebuttal Part 2 of 3

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The Dean Ornish study that Dr. Williams references is not a whole lot more convincing. The study, published in 1998, starts with less than fifty patients who had a coronary artery disease documented by coronary angiography. Twenty-eight of them were randomized to his program which included a 10% fat vegetarian diet, smoking cessation, stress management,…

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Channeling My Inner T-Rex: A Carnivore’s Rebuttal Part 1of 3

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I read a recent post on the InTouch Blog by the president-elect of the American College of Cardiology, Kim A. Williams, M.D. The piece was called, Vegan Diet, Healthy Heart? Despite some initial misgivings, I proceeded to read it because with the interrogative at the end I was hopeful for a new, insightful attitude and a…

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Dr. Mike’s Guide to Culinary Buddhahood

Complete each prep task precisely Make cooking a ritual Allow food time to cook completely Use necessity as your seasoning Make food of love Eat sitting down Chew slowly and deliberately Chew completely Put space between your bites Eat simply Eat less Serve others Taste Smile Share freely

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A Bit Fruity

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A study released September 4th in the Journal Stroke examined over 90,000 women for an average of 11 years as part of the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) study. The researchers found that those post menopausal women with higher potassium intake had less of a risk for several kinds of stroke; including ischemic stroke. These women also…

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A Gut Reaction

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When it comes to food and health most of the related processes take place outside of conscious intervention; which is probably a good thing given the extraordinary number and complexity of such mechanisms. In my forthcoming book, The Fallacy of the Calorie: Why the Modern Western Diet Is Killing Us and How to Stop It,…

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