Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on May 15 and 16, 2021 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’ll discuss how to understand the subclinical effects of inflammation with Dr. Gordon Chang, the health benefits of peanuts for young children with Dr. Samara Sterling, delicious homemade pizza with Naomi Bussin and the concept of movement longevity with Dr. Erin Boynton.
We specifically discuss:
Subclinical Effects of Inflammation
- Inflammation and disease
- Covid-19 and the body’s response to inflammation
- Plaque formation
- What is a subclinical inflammation?
- Antioxidants and free radicals
- Pesticides and other toxins
- Herd immunity
- Our genetic make-up and predisposition to inflammation
- Boosting immunity
The Nutritional Value of Peanuts for Small Children
- Are peanuts suitable for small children?
- Complimentary foods
- The infant at 6 months
- Integrating peanuts into the child’s diet
- Nutritional benefits of peanuts
- Copper, Arginine, Protein, Fats
- Allergic reactions to peanuts
- Benefits of early integration into the diet
- Can pregnant women eat peanuts?
- The Peanut Institute
- Best pizzas in Toronto
- Why bother to make pizza?
- What does homemade pizza mean?
- Pizza crust
- Pizza Czar, Anthony Falco
- What is movement longevity?
- Why do we move?
- Planning to maintain your exercise as you age
- Preparing your body for the imbalances over time
- Create a foundation for movement
- Movement assessments
- Postural exercises
- Supermans, push-ups, dead bugs, arm circles, squats, lunges
- Lifestyle choices for movement longevity
- When should we do these exercises?
For more information about show sponsor OmegaAlpha and Dr. Gordon Chang go here.
To learn more about Dr. Samara Sterling go here.
To read Naomi Bussin’s articles in Tonic Magazine go here.
To learn more about Dr. Erin Boynton go here.