Dr Mark William Cochran is a chiropractic doctor and a holistic health expert. He joins me for a discussion on nutrition and some of the facts regarding the benefits of eating healthy versus the costs, the actual costs of habitually eating a less than healthy diet.
Most people don’t realize that by saving money at the grocery store and at fast food restaurants They are actually incurring costs down the road in regards to increased medical expenses.
Here’s an excerpt from the homepage on his website:
Here’s my story in a nutshell: I have felt the grief and the crushing loss of self worth that come with losing a rewarding career because of my own poor health. For years, I fought crippling arthritis pain, along with the anger, fear and hopelessness that anyone who suffers from chronic disease knows all too well. When finally I decided to stop fighting and start thriving, I was able to transform my health and become a triathlete and marathon runner.
After I spent years fighting my disease, I realized that my disease was me and I was only fighting myself. So I stopped fighting. I decided that if I was going to heal, my healing was only going to come from the inside of me. When I say that I stopped fighting, that doesn’t mean I gave up. I just shifted from an external focus to an inner one. In other words:
Is also written very entertaining and informative book called Obies Wisdom – A Caveman’s Simple Guide to
In my introductory episode of thinking outside the box I did a little piece on “is the media really free”? Do we get content that serves us, or do we get content that serves the people who own the media. I may have been a bit cynical in that commentary, trying to get the point across that we have a choice, more than that, it is a responsibility, choosing our content and not let somebody else choose it for us.
I should’ve made it clear that Community radio can be an exception to that rule. However the real point I want to make is that there’s a world of information available on the web and regardless of what our passion is there somebody there on the web willing to share it.
A quick example, and then we shall close this episode. Spark from CBCs is a podcast I really like. It focuses on media and the electronic world and how it affects us day to day. Here’s a taste of Nora Young interviewing Ryan Calo, the topic is the future of digital market manipulation. If you’re interested in learning more about that interview here’s a link to the CBC podcast Spark: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/blog/2013/12/08/digital-market-manipulation/