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It is so hot in Philly today that I could fry an egg on the sidewalk.
Please stay hydrated and allow your body and mind to rest.
At 10:00 pm EST/ 7:00 pm PST my special on Talkin Health will be Evita Ochel who will share with you her perspective on all aspects of health and nutrition.
I ask that you use your phone and press 712 432-1601 access code 709529# and welcome you to forward this information to those that you care about.
Yours In Great Health, Dr.… Continue reading
June is here and a lot is going on. I just finished playing a weekend baseball Tournament in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Lots of fun but 2 games a day was a bit difficult. It was all about ice, drinking water, aqua jogging and cleansing to recover.
I found that besides competing, I enjoyed doing Play by play announcing in the games I did not participate in. It was great.
Back to health. Now that summer is staring to hit, please, please drink lots of water, no Gatorade, no powerade,… Continue reading
This past Saturday was quite a day. As you know, I live life on my terms and enjoy experiences of all kinds.
One is playing and being around the game of baseball. Last June I read about the number draft choice in Baseball named Bryce Harper, a 17 year old kid who could hit 500 foot home runs. I was intrigued and knew I would figure a way to see him play. This past Saturday he was playing in a minor league game in Lakewood, New Jersey at the same… Continue reading
Being a mother is something I know nothing about. As a man, I never will. Raising a child is a gift and it brings with it responsibilty. On Thursday May 5th, 2011, My mom Lenore Kasper, will share with you her wisdom on what it takes to be a mother. She will pull no punches and give insight on the following *Having a baby *caring for an infant *raising a child or children *Nutrition for children *activities for children *When to punish or not punish your child *schooling *teenage years… Continue reading
As you know, Nutrition is a huge part of my life. I truly feel that you are what you eat. While many people claim to eat healthy, Really it is a lie. They might compare themselves to a McDonaldâ€™s 5 time a weeker, or a a person who attends daily â€œUnhappy Hourâ€ at the local bar.
What if someone lived on fruits and vegetables? as their primary source of food.
*No Grains- most are a fraud anyway
*No processed sugar
*No cooked animal protein-Now the controversy starts.
According Dr. Doug… Continue reading
A number of people have asked me over the years to write a book about the Controversial topic of Protein.
I have good news and I have good news. I will start with the good news.
The book on Protein is done and after years of research, I am proud to present it to you.
It is called The Effects OF Protein On Obesity. It is filled with lots and lots of research.
The issue of Animal vs. Plant Protein is a huge part of the book.
I am about… Continue reading
In life we remember where we were when life changing situations happen.
This past Sunday I received a phone call that brought tears to my eyes.
After years of research, exams and a dissertation, at approximately 5:15 pm EST, while eating a salad, My cell phone rang. I had a voice mail that said the following.
Congratulations on the approval of your dissertation!
Your research, development of the premises and study, and presentation of the results and findings, are excellent. Your work presents an important perspective on the effects of… Continue reading
When it comes to health many take for granted what they have. As a man who can walk and talk, I am very blessed. I enjoy inspiring people to live a better life. In fact I invite you to join me Thursday April 7th, 2011 at 10:00 pm EST/7:00 pm PST for my show Talkinhealth. It is a power hour and my guest this week, Renee Dean will share her fantastic story of change. To tune in just use your phone and press 712 432-1601 access code 709529#
Great Health,… Continue reading
All I can say is play ball. Baseball season is here once again. Spring is in the air and summer is not too far away.
Baseball is a huge part of who I am. I simply love the game. The competition, strategy and fun.
I started playing baseball at the age of 12 Â½. So I missed Little League and was behind many of my peers.
My dad always told me to never give up. When you bat .091 your first season, it is not fun. Did I think about… Continue reading