Episodes

Go Healthy For Good! / February 18, 2016

80% of the chronic diseases affecting those of us living in developed countries are a consequence of lifestyle choices. Yet, doctors of today are training in prescribing drug medications. If lifestyle change isn't happening, who's to blame?

Go Healthy For Good! / September 21, 2017

Physical inactivity is a major risk factor for the development of cardiometabolic diseases like heart disease, cancer, stroke, & diabetes. But so is being overweight! Find out how to turn that around.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 22, 2018

In order to be successful, an athlete looks for a good coach. Imagine choosing your doctor to be your health coach? Find out how that could change your life for the best.

Go Healthy For Good! / May 08, 2014

Starting an exercise program may sound somewhat daunting. However, with a little juggling of schedules and regular reminders to yourself of the benefits, you'll soon be on your way to prolonging you life! Watch this amazing episode!

Go Healthy For Good! / May 21, 2015

Thousands and thousands of deaths occur every year as a result of inactivity. And it doesn't only cause death! It causes high blood pressure, heart disease, anxiety, depression, cancer, Type 2 diabetes, strokes, osteoporosis... It's time to ACT!

Go Healthy For Good! / February 01, 2018

Super-athlete Jack LaLanne once said, "Your health account, your bank account, they're the same thing. The more you put in, the more you can take out." Did you make a deposit in your health account today? If not, find out what to do!

Go Healthy For Good! / March 23, 2017

Join us as we interview Dr. Robert Gallo, who co-discovered that HIV was the cause of AIDS, developed the HIV blood test and who currently directs ongoing HIV research.

Go Healthy For Good! / April 09, 2015

Having lots of sugar in your blood can really do a number on your blood vessels. Symptoms start with small blood vessels first, like those supplying your eyes, kidneys, and feet. To keep those sugars down? Don't miss this episode!

Go Healthy For Good! / September 12, 2017

We eat over 1000 lb of food each year. That's a lot of chewing, digesting and absorbing that our gastrointestinal tract is required to do. However, it gets some help from the many bacteria that live inside it. What could we do to help this process?