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It’s been some time since I have blogged but the lessons I’ve learned and applied from the Tokyo marathon are worth a mention. I briefly forgot the power of the mind and how you can apply it to life’s challenges. When I first entered the Tokyo marathon, I read the cut-off time was 7 … Continued
Healthy Lungs is the Holy Grail if you are a COPD patient, as its not something we’ve experienced for years. COPD patients are commonly diagnosed at an advanced stage and have been living with the disease unknowingly for many years. The good news is, why we can’t restore our lungs to their former glory, … Continued
Ten years ago, on the 22nd of August 2011 I received my COPD diagnosis. For me it’s not about celebrating having COPD for ten years, it’s about how far I have come in those ten years. That Day Like many COPD patients I had no idea about this disease when I was first diagnosed. … Continued
Managing COPD is vital for any patient who wants to either improve or maintain their quality of life. Apart from taking medication as prescribed, exercise has long been championed as the next best tool to manage COPD. But is it? Data I have been collecting for my own case study would suggest, while exercise … Continued
4 responses to “Episode 7 -Dominic D’Agostino, Peter Barnes, Steve Welch”
What are the chances of HVMN Ketone ester coming down from it’s astronomical price ? Dangling a substance that is impossible for most of us to buy , while telling us how bloody marvelous it is , is not helpful !
I know the feeling John. If you listen to my podcast with Brianna Stubbs she talks about getting the price down as their major goal.
Hi. My name is Carl Cohen. I was diagnosed with COPD (emphysema) in 2004. Since then I have done everything in my power to remain active at a high level that is possible for me. I hike, bicycle, some weights, and a little swimming. First thank you for this great site and wonderful information. Diet is a major challenge for me and I wonder if you would communicate some specifics about what to look for and what foods are considered healthy fats, what are good proteins and acceptable carbs. Thank you so much for all your help, Carl
Hi Carl. I would recommended using a dietician experienced in ketogenic diets. Have a look a this site, it is a great resource -https://www.ketonutrition.org/