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The Health Fix

Jannine Krause is a naturopathic doctor & acupuncturist here to give you your dose of health, fitness, nutrition and stress management tips to take control of your health to live a fun active healthy life. Dr. Krause is on a mission to share the benefits of eating clean, staying fit, maintaining mobility, keeping the mind sharp, looking good and having fun every day with the world. Dr. Krause is obsessed with aging well and inspiring others to maintain their health as they age. Her goal is to make staying healthy easy by taking out the confusion and getting straight to the actions steps by offering quality information in one place so no one misses out on critical health information that isn't talked about in doctor's visits but should be! So if you're curious about aging well, discover how to defy aging naturally at www.doctorjkrausend.com.
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Jul 26, 2018

Shoulder injuries are common and most of the time it’s related to our poor posture. Focusing on strengthening your back and posterior shoulder muscles while improving shoulder mobility goes a long way to prevent injuries and pain. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Dr. Robert Oh, MD, who specializes in family sports medicine, on preventing and managing shoulder pain. Dr. Oh recommends rowing machines, rowing exercises, lat pull downs and pull-ups in addition to stretching and release techniques to reduce tension in our chest, neck and shoulders. Listen in for more tips and techniques Dr. Oh recommends in this informative interview.

 

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why your computer, phone & iPad are causing you pain
  • How to stretch and release tension in your shoulder & neck
  • Why strengthening your upper back prevents shoulder pain
  • How to eat to prevent shoulder injuries & pain
Jul 19, 2018

Reading food labels is tough as it’s so hard to know which products are truly the healthiest option. Due to creative marketing and labeling we often find ourselves choosing products for what they highlight on the package versus the real ingredients list. In this podcast with Dr. Jannine’s coach Meredith Beard the gals breakdown how labels have tricked them and the process they use to determine what product is the healthiest.  

 

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why 5 ingredients or less is best when choosing products in the grocery store
  • How to compare products to determine which is best
  • Why we are often tricked into buying “fake” healthy foods
  • How to look past the marketing to get the healthy foods you want

 

Jul 12, 2018

Struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD, irritability, anger, toxic stress or pain? One of the most effective ways to deal with mood disorders, trauma and pain is to work on your mind muscle connection. Too many of us are walking around without feeling our feet and the muscles that work to help us move. When your mind is connected to your muscles you are able to engage more muscles, which in turn reduces anxiety, depression, irritability and pain as endorphins are released and blood flow improves. Connecting your mind to your muscles results in better body results that last longer. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down how you break through trauma with exercise in an interview with her CrossFit coach Meredith Beard.

 

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How feeling your feet reduces pain & improves mobility
  • Why feeling your muscles gives you an endorphin boost
  • How to get your mind and muscles connected
  • How mind muscle connections heal trauma
Jul 5, 2018

Being strong for life requires making fitness part of your daily routine. Too many people join a gym or start a fitness program expecting the amazing results they were sold on from their efforts only to be let down and quit a few months later. Being strong isn’t about following what fad is trending in your local gym or online. Being fit is about starting with the basics of movement to ensure you are using all the muscles required for a movement instead of throwing yourself into an exercise just to do it. Having the mobility to perform the exercises you want to is key. Performing exercise movements properly engaging the proper muscles with full mobility prevents injury and yields maximum results. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause breaks down how the desire to be fit for life begins with focusing on connecting your mind to your muscles, slowing down and enjoying feeling them work.

 

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why diving into exercise without having a movement assessment sets you up for injury 
  • Why slowing down to think about movement will get you to your fitness goals faster
  • Why you need someone to assess your movement prior to starting any exercise routine
  • How focusing on feeling your muscles engage boosts endorphin release
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