Join Dr. Joel Kahn, the internationally recognized heart doctor, as he brings his unique blend of Eastern and Western medicine to Heart Doc VIP, the podcast that empowers you to take charge of your health. With a focus on the wellness of mind, body, and spirit, Dr. Kahn delves into the latest research and interviews leading experts in the health and wellness space, including Health Heroes who share their inspiring journeys to wellness.
Each episode of Heart Doc VIP provides listeners with practical advice and tools to help them live their best lives. Dr. Kahn doesn't shy away from controversial topics and is not afraid to take on the giants and expose lies, follies, and confusion in the health industry. With his extensive knowledge and experience, he guides listeners through the maze of conflicting information to help them make informed decisions about their health.
So if you're ready to feel better, look better, and live better, join Dr. Joel Kahn on Heart Doc VIP, the podcast that's changing the way we think about health and wellness.
Special Guest Karen Kahn, RN: Vegan Cooking Tips for Thanksgiving and Beyond
While Thanksgiving weekend is still fresh in our minds, Dr. Kahn invites his wife, Karen Kahn, RN, BSN, and certified Food for Life instructor, to share insights on meal planning. Karen delves into her process of discovering new recipes, organizing meal preparation, and adapting dishes to accommodate food allergies when necessary. She emphasizes the integral role of the InstaPot in her kitchen.
Additionally, Dr. Kahn discusses convenient meal delivery services like Whole Harvest and the utility of the HappyCow app for planning meals while traveling. For more resources, check out the recent article listing the top 100 vegan food and recipe sites at Food.Feedspot.
Atrial Fibrillation and Dementia Risk: Exploring Plant Power and Brain Health
In this week's episode, Dr. Kahn explores recent scientific studies that link diet with the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and overall mortality, showcasing again the benefits of plant-based diets.
He also discusses the potential benefits of statin medications in improving outcomes for breast cancer patients. An interesting segment covers how strawberries might boost brain and memory health.
The primary focus of the episode is on understanding the risk and causation of dementia in patients who suffer from atrial fibrillation, a common heart rhythm disorder, including a discussion on new research findings.
Remember to use the promo code 'Kahn10' on symphonynaturalhealth.com for a discount on their plant-based melatonin product, Herbatonin.
Unraveling the Mysteries of Lipoprotein(a): Insights on Aspirin Use, Heart Attack Risks, and Diet
Many patients seek out the Kahn Center (kahnlongevitycenter.com) for consultation regarding elevated levels of Lipoprotein(a) cholesterol, also known as Lp(a). In this week's episode, Dr. Kahn discusses a new research paper, along with two others, addressing the question of whether daily aspirin is a wise choice for those who have inherited high Lp(a) levels. He also presents another recent study about the heightened risk of Lp(a) in certain patients post-heart attack.
Additionally, the episode includes mini-topics on heart stents, urinary albumin, and the Portfolio Diet. For more information on the Portfolio Diet and its role in lowering cholesterol through four food groups, visit: kahnlongevitycenter.com/blog/the-portfolio-diet-lowering-cholesterol-with-4-food-groups.
Sitting is the New Fentanyl: Unpacking Physical Inactivity and Diabetes Solutions
In this week's brief Heart Doc VIP Podcast episode, Dr. Joel Kahn explores a recent study underscoring the importance of consistent physical activity and the risks associated with excessive sitting. He also shares experiences from the Kahn Center regarding the diabetes regression program at L-nutrahealth.com.
Note the new schedule: transitioning from Fridays, the podcast will release its next full, 25-minute episode on Tuesday next week, and then continue with new episodes every Tuesday thereafter.
Bonus Episode: Dr. Deanna Minich on the Healing Power of Plant-Based Diets for Heart Health
In this special interview episode of Heart Doc VIP, Dr. Joel Kahn sits down with the esteemed Dr. Deanna Minich, a globally recognized functional medicine practitioner with a specialization in nutrition. An academic researcher, author, and sought-after lecturer, Dr. Minich brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. Currently, she holds the position of Chief Scientific Officer at Symphony Natural Health. Listeners can enjoy a special discount (code Kahn10) on their products at symphonynaturalhealth.com.
This conversation, originally part of the Reversing Heart Disease Summit, is now offered as a bonus podcast episode. Dr. Kahn and Dr. Minich delve into vital aspects of plant nutrition and its impacts on heart health, sharing insights that are both practical and transformative.
Discover more about Dr. Minich and her work at deannaminich.com.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Herbs: An Exciting Treatment Alternative
Achieving quality sleep is essential, and for our listeners looking to improve their rest, remember to use the discount code Kahn10 at Symphony Natural Health for savings on Herbatonin and the maca products highlighted in last week's episode.
In this week's episode of Heart Doc VIP, Dr. Joel Kahn covers three diverse mini-topics: the importance of lifestyle choices, the impact of exercise, and how Galectin-3 levels can predict frailty—a subject that we delved into in a previous podcast episode dated 12/23/22. For those interested in managing Galectin-3 levels, modified citrus pectin is available for purchase at Dr. Joel Kahn's Store.
The spotlight of this episode is on three traditional Chinese therapies—Tongxinluo (TXL), DanShen, and Fo-ti—that are largely unfamiliar to U.S. healthcare professionals. Dr. Kahn discusses a groundbreaking new study focusing on the use of TXL in heart attack survivors and the significant reductions in adverse outcomes, including mortality. Join us as we explore these exciting treatment options and their potential benefits for heart health.
Fit Women over 70
Hi I just listened to your podcast with Dru Pirohot today. I liked it very much but some of it was over my head. I’m 73, fit, no medications, 21.9 BMI, workout regularly, excellent blood panel BUT No I haven’t ever had a heart scan for place , etc.
Here’s my question… can you Plse address mitral valve prolapse in women my age. I’ve had it ever since 40 y/o. No issues but knowing both my parents had heart disease ( poor lifestyle…fried food, drinking, smoking ) I leap my health in check.
He sounds like he is in respiratory distress!
My goodness He slurs, he has issues with speaking clearly It hursts the message!!!
Love the pcast
67 yr old female. Tried statins and they were terrible for me. Developed severe tendon trigger fingers. My LDL is high and apo B is 113. Any natural supplements like Bergamot or Berberine that can bring down apoB. Had CAC 4 yrs ago and 0. Cardiologist wants follow up CAC.