Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on November 23 and 24, 2019 on AM740 and FM 96.7 in Toronto. Topics covered on the show track the lifestyle articles and themes published in Tonic Magazine. This week we discuss humanizing health care in the digital age with George Barakat, why strong muscles lead to strong bones with Dr. Stacy Irvine, holistic holiday gifts for the health conscious with Megan Horsely, and sensation junkies chasing their “yoga feels” with Jelayna DaSilva
We specifically discuss:
Humanizing Health Care
- Aging gracefully: “Live Your Best Life”
- What are the problems with our current health care system?
- Retail health as a solution to “Hallway Medicine”
- Digital health strategy as a Canadian export strength
- What do patients want from their health care system?
- Visibility and clarity into health records
- Usage of “wearables” and digital records
- How will digital health tools be used going forward?
- Personalizing health care
Strong Muscles = Strong Bones
- Bone health and morbidity
- The cost of bone fractures to the economy
- Bone density and preventative health
- The connection between muscle and cortical bone density
- Metabolic factors that impact bone health
- Hormonal impact on bone health
- Diet and bone-density
- Calcium and Vitamin D
- When is it too late to deal with bone density?
- Balance and stability
Holistic Holiday Gifts
- Essential Oil Travel Pack
- Class passes – experiential gifts
- Personal training sessions
- Workout wear and accessories
- Health store gift cards
- Alternative lifestyle cookbooks
Yoga Sensation Junkies
- What is a “sensation junky”?
- What is the problem with chasing sensations?
- The mindful element of yoga
- What do you get from “finding the calm” in our yoga practice?
- Back body awareness
- How do you find your calm?
For more information about show sponsor Jack Nathan Health and George Barakat go here.
To learn more about Dr. Stacy Irvine go here.
To read Megan Horsely’s article in Tonic Magazine go here.
To read Jelayna Da Silva’s article on Tonic Magazine go here.