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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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Apr 26, 2018

Movement and exercise have been shown to have a plethora of benefits but I’ve found it to be incredible for boosting my energy, mood and motivation. Too many people come into my office saying they once were runners then they stopped because of life, kids, work demands and injuries then their health started to decline and now they do not exercise at all. If they could just run again they know they would get that endorphin hit and feel better but they are too tired to exercise. Why do I see this over and over again? Exercise keeps our stress in check by keeping our heart rate variability high and allowing us to respond better and adapt faster to stressful situations. If we adapt better we will have better moods, more energy and be able to socialize better. Sedentary lifestyles and lack of social connection lower our ability to adapt to stress. In this episode Doc J tells her own story of how she stopped thinking of exercise as a weight loss tool and turned exercise into a daily social event to help her manage stress, maintain her motivation to workout, and boost her energy all while keeping her HRV in check.

 

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why most fail to keep up an exercise routine
  • Why group exercise fights depression & boosts motivation
  • Why running isn’t the ideal route to fitness
  • How to keep exercising for life
Jun 20, 2017

Do you spend hours working out a week but your body looks like you are a couch potato? Tried P90X, Insanity, Crossfit, running Marathons, invested money in personal trainers and you still didn’t get any change in your physique? Maybe you’ve been eating clean and putting in the hours at the gym for years and still have nothing to show for it? Have you calculated how many calories your body really needs to fuel you during the day? Have you truly tracked what you are eating and how much you are lifting during workouts? Join Doc J Krause as she interviews Jay Kim, a desk jocky turned fitness hacker, as he breaks down the basics of metabolism that we often skip over in lieu of the latest diet trend and the data you need to have down if you want to stop dreaming about your fit body and finally get it!

Jan 22, 2017

In the quest to be fit we often spend too much time doing the wrong exercises.  The lower half of the body has the largest muscles, strengthening them is our key to longevity, eliminating low back pain, increased fat burn and energy.  Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, a weekend warrior or new to getting fit Dr. Krause breaks down how to do a squat properly, how to strengthen the muscles you need to do a squat with perfect form and how to incorporate them into your daily routine. In the quest to be fit we often spend too much time doing the wrong exercises.  The lower half of the body has the largest muscles, strengthening them is our key to longevity, eliminating low back pain, increased fat burn and energy.  Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, a weekend warrior or new to getting fit Dr. Krause breaks down how to do a squat properly, how to strengthen the muscles you need to do a squat with perfect form and how to incorporate them into your daily routine. 


What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

• How to hack your metabolism with squats

• Why squatting more prevents low back and hip pain

• What squatting does to improve your pooping

• How having strong legs boosts your mood and energy 

 

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