Dr. Joe Galati Podcast
Window into Your Health and Wellness
This week on the radio, Dr. Galati invited his sister Celeste to comment on our health and wellness as we age, paying attention to our parents. In a sense, our parent are a window into our future. What diseased did they suffer from? What can we/you do now to intervene early and lower your risks. A lively discussion between brother and sister and they sort out a strategy for themselves.
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3. Coronary Calcium Score41:08#coronarycalciumscoreA Listener Calls InThis past week on Your Health First, Paul, a listener from New Jersey, called into the broadcast, and shared his recent experience with the results of his coronary calcium score. The tests results showed a very high calcium score, putting Paul at risk for a cardiac event-such as a heart attack. Joining us on the program was Dr. James Wilson, a cardiologist in the Texas Medical Center, in Houston.Dr. Wilson explained the various risk factors for cardiovascular disease, as well as possible symptoms to be aware of. Next steps for Paul we discussed.Suggested LinksAmerican Heart Fact PageTexas Heart Institute: Do I Need a Calcium ScoreCDC: Heart Disease and StrokeWhere to find Dr. Joe Galati and his team:Dr. Galati's newsletter sign-upMedical Practice: Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site: Eating Yourself SickFacebook: Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion. You can message me here.
1. Fatty Liver Information22:11Natalie Amante, Physician Assistant, joined Dr. Galati this past weekend discussing fatty liver disease. Natalie is a PA-C at Liver Specialists of Texas, located in Houston, Texas.Fatty Liver, also called Metabolic Associated Fatty Liver Disease (MAFLD) is a leading cause of chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, and liver cancer.
10. Answers to Heart Disease19:41Dr. Joseph Rogers, CEO and President of Texas Heart Institute, joined Dr. Galati recently on his weekly radio program, sharing his thoughts on heart disease. Dr. Rogers spoke about risk factors for heart, disease, and lifestyle changes that can be made to reduce the progression of heart disease, as well as its associated mortality.Information on Dr. Rogers is available here, along with information about the Texas Heart Institute.Information from the American Heart AssociationHealthy EatingHeart Attack and Stroke SymptomsYour Cholesterol
9. Cost of Wellness with Jackie DeAngelis36:48This week we dedicate our program to the "Cost of Wellness". Jackie DeAngelis from Fox Business Network and John Grover from Grover Planning and Investing at Raymond James join the discussion.Without your health, you are jeopardizing your financial prosperity. Higher medical costs, reduced income and job advancement, earlier retirement, disability, and an overall decline in your financial outlook develop with chronic illness.Where to find Dr. Joe Galati and his team:Dr. Galati's newsletter sign-upMedical Practice: Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site: Eating Yourself SickFacebook: Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion. You can message me here.
8. Prostate Cancer and Diet38:38This week on the radio, we discuss a study looking at prostate cancer progression and a plant based diet. No surprise, the plan based diet slowed down the cancer growth. We fully endorse a plant based diet for overall health and wellness.Check out our latest webinar series replay where we discussed nutrition, FODMAP diet and intestinal gas, and the intestinal microbiome. The American Heart Association posted an excellent page on the 8 Essentials of Health. Simple and straight forward, following these guidelines will result in better health.#iheartradio#talkradio#prostatecancer#nutrition#plantbased#webinar
7. #Fentanyl Crisis30:18#Fentanyl accounts for 67% of overdose deaths in the past year, with over 100,000 people in the United states dying of drug overdose or drug poisoning. The fentanyl crisis is truly the number one public health crisis that America faces. Many of these deaths are related to fentanyl being mixed in with other illegal drugs like heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana. It's being found that many users are completely unaware that they are actually being exposed to fentanyl. Small amounts of fentanyl can be toxic causing death.George Joseph, founder and CEO of Positive Recovery Centers based in Houston TX, joins us today on the radio. George shares his lifetime of experience in addiction and recovery, and gives his advice on this very serious and complex problem.Where to find Dr. Joe Galati and his team:Dr. Galati's newsletter sign-upMedical Practice: Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site: Eating Yourself SickFacebook: Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion. You can message me here.#drugoverdose#addiction#talkradio#siriusxm#podcast
6. Next Level Chef Talks Food26:50Personal Chef Chris Spinosa, who is on Season 2 of Fox's Next Level Chef, joins Dr. Joe Galati on the radio. They discussed food, cooking, and how not to overthink the fear of cooking. Chris shares his Chef journey, and the joy he gets from preparing food for his clients in West Palm Beach, Florida.Chris Spinosa and the Next Level Chef contestants will air on Fox following Super Bowl Sunday, February 12th. Follow Chris on TicTok and Instagram to keep up to date on his latest posts.Where to find Dr. Joe Galati and his team:Dr. Galati's newsletter sign-upMedical Practice: Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site: Eating Yourself SickFacebook: Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube ChannelDr. Galati on InstagramPlease send feedback and suggestion. You can message me here.#personalchef#nextlevelchef#homecooking#nutrition
5. What is a FODMAP Diet?17:54So what is a FODMAP diet? FODMAP stands for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols, which are short-chain carbohydrates (sugars) that the small intestine absorbs poorly. Some people experience digestive distress after eating them. Some of the symptoms that people may develop, if they are intolerant of these foods high in fodmap, include stomach bloating and distention, intestinal gas and flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, and cramps.With a low FODMAP diet, you are eliminating foods that are high in FODMAP. Once your intestinal symptoms improve, it would be appropriate to slowly resume their consumption to see which one of these foods causes you intestinal problems. If you're fortunate to identify these foods, you would want to avoid or limit them while not worrying too much about the other foods that aren't problematic for you.In this podcast, I speak with Lauren Mahesri, registered dietitian with Liver Specialists of Texas. Lauren will outline the approach to intestinal gas, the low FODMAP diet, the pros and cons of such a diet, and how to approach certain food sensitivities. For more information on FODMAP diet and foods that are both high and low, follow the links that we include for you below.FODMAP FoodsIntestinal GasIrritable Bowel SyndromeHigh and Low FODMAP Foods#fodmap#intestinalgas#liverspecialistsoftexas#nutrition