Welcome to the Feeling Good podcast. Thank you so much for joining me today. As I am recording this podcast today, it is two days away from Valentine’s Day. That tells me spring is in the air and pretty soon we’re going to have flowers blooming. I can’t wait to see the beautiful dogwood tree, outside my window, bloom. I know every year on Valentine’s Day, we all have our minds on our sweethearts and on those special loved ones in our lives. In this week’s episode, I want to challenge you to be mindful of your own heart; not just on Valentine’s Day, but every single day of the year.
Key Takeaways of This Podcast:
[1:40] What does Dr. Phil mean when he says ‘to be mindful of your own heart’?
[2:15] Important facts you need to know about heart disease.
[4:06] What are the major risk factors for heart disease?
1. High blood pressure
2. High LDL cholesterol
[4:22] Other medical conditions & lifestyle choices that contribute to a higher risk for heart disease.
[5:14] There are 3 simple preventative measures you can implement in your life.
[5:37] #1 is to drink sufficient amounts of pure water every day.
[7:41] # 2 is that you must maintain your proper body weight.
[8:57] # 3 is to get consistent exercise.
[9:44] Dr. Phil recommends pace or interval exercise for strengthening your heart muscle & fat burning.
[10:36] Dr. Phil’s #1 recommended supplement for heart health is Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10).
[11:52] Dr. Phil shares a story on how CoQ10 changed one of his patients’ lives, and his own.
[17:07] What happened the day Dr. Phil’s passion to learn more & share more was ignited?
[18:44] Please email your questions to Dr. Phil: [email protected]goodpodcast.com.
Items Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Carson Natural Health & Wellness Consulting – Facebook page
Life Transformation Medical Center
Dr. Laura Washington
Pace or Interval Exercise
Coenzyme Q10 – supplement for heart health
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The information provided on this podcast is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.