#200 Stress As We Age, How To Find Confidence, Cooking With Zucchini and Avoiding Yoga Injuries

Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on September 4 and 5, 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 stress as we age with Dr. Juliana Rosario Yeung ND, how to stop second guess yourself and find confidence with Heather Lillico, cooking with zucchini with Shauna Lindzon and how to avoid yoga injuries with Jelayna Da Silva

We specifically discuss:

Stress As We Age

  • Stress in older Canadians
  • Covid-19’s impact on older Canadians
  • Reduced recreational opportunities
  • Chronic stress vs. acute stress
  • Responding to chronic stress: safety and health
  • Vitamin D
  • Probiotics
  • Forest bathing
  • Gardening
  • Family face time
  • Magnesium

Stop Second Guessing Yourself, and Find Confidence

  • Second guessing yourself: a decision every 2 seconds
  • Two thought loops: Rumination and “all or nothing” thinking
  • The first step: noticing
  • The lens that we we our actions
  • After noticing comes acceptance
  • Redirecting our thinking: “I got this!”
  • What does confidence look like?
  • Misconceptions about confidence

Cooking With Zucchini

  • The nutritional benefits of zucchini
  • Chocolate chunk zucchini loaf
  • Zucchini fritters
  • Summer minestrone soup
  • Jamie’s zucchini pasta
  • Grilled zucchini
  • Fried zucchini

Avoiding Yoga Injuries

  • Is yoga really a gentle practice?
  • The types of yoga injuries: shoulders, wrists, lower back and pre-existing injuries
  • Weight lifting: to build strength
  • Pilates: the “homework of yoga”
  • Cross training: Mindful strength
  • Proper warm up for your wrists
  • Biofeedback: listen to your body
  • Have an instructor watch your form

For more information about show sponsor New Roots Herbal go here.

To learn more about Dr. Juliana Rosario Yeung ND go here

To learn more about Heather Lillico go here.

To learn more about Shauna Lindzon go here.

To learn more about Jelayna Da Silva go here

 

#64 Medical Cannabis and Integrated Health Care, Confidence is a Skill, Entering into the Edibles Market and What To Do When The Circumstances Change In The Care Of Your Loved One

Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on January 26 and 27 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 medical cannabis and integrated health care with Shekhar Parmar, confidence is a skill with Carlyle Jansen, entering into the edibles market with Peter Neal and what to do when the circumstances change in the care of your loved one with David Bernstein.

We specifically discuss:

Medical Cannabis and Integrated Health Care

  • Medical Cannabis in the context of Western medicine
  • Quality of life
  • What does integrated health care mean?
  • Why is medical cannabis conducive to integrated health care?
  • What symptoms does medical cannabis treat?
  • Access to medical cannabis in context of integrated health care
  • minimum viable dosage
  • genetic markers and the metabolizing of medical cannabis
  • difficulties in dispensing information
  • opportunities for medical cannabis because it is different

Confidence is a Skill

  • Accepting your own body
  • What can we do to love ourselves?
  • Focus on the positive
  • How do we address what we’d like to improve?
  • Breaking down the concerns
  • Lifestyle for confidence – exercise, health, sleep
  • Get your partner involved
  • There’s more than one kind of sexy
  • The process takes time

Entering Into The Edibles Market

  • Why enter the edibles market?
  • Advocating for cannabis through good food
  • Edibles legalization in October/November 2019
  • Product lines – confectionery, snacks
  • Micro-dosing to 100milligrams
  • Packaging concerns
  • Best practices in food production
  • Healthy ingredients in edibles
  • How do the other ingredients impact the cannabis?

What To Do When The Circumstances Change In The Care of Your Loved One

  • Health cares situations are dynamic
  • Event driven necessity
  • Private caregivers need more help
  • Small incremental changes
  • Differing Opinions as between family members
  • Which incremental changes are more serious?
  • Safety, Independence, Quality of Life
  • Risk of Falling
  • The cost of private care
  • Being a caregiver changes personal relationships between family members
  • Quality of Time as a Family

Links:

For more information about show sponsor Harvest Medicine go here.

To read Carlyle’s article in Tonic Magazine go here.

To learn more about Peter Neal and Neal Brothers go here.

To learn more about David Bernstein and Caregivers go here.