The Feeling Good Podcast
About This Show
Each episode of the feeling good podcast explores natural and preventive solutions to today's major health issues. Pharmacist, Dr. Phil will
answer your health questions with his 30+ years of experience in traditional and natural medicines. We'll also keep you up-to-date on the
latest in health and wellness news and help you live a more balanced healthy and vibrant life!
Most Recent Episode
075: How Can We Put All Heart Doctors Out of Business?
2 days ago
Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Feeling Good Podcast, it’s great to be alive. On this feel good day we’ll talk about heart health and how you can practice heart-healthy habits that will help protect you against heart disease. Key Takeaways from This Podcast: [1:31] Dr. Phil answers a question he has received several times: How can a 20-year-old have a heart attack? Listen in to find out what can be done to keep it from happening. [1:54] Take a screenshot of your podcast review in iTunes, email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Dr. Phil will send you a free copy of his new book, How to Live Until You Die: The 7 Keys to Living Happy Healthy and Whole. After reading the book, it would be awesome if you left a review of it on Amazon.com! [3:03] A friend of mine’s son, 20-year-old Ben, actually did have a heart attack. I got a call from Ben’s father, asking me what was going on with Ben. After talking with Ben for a moment, I encouraged them to get to the emergency room immediately. They called me from the ER. Ben did have a heart attack, was being treated, and was going to be OK. [4:11] It was unbelievable for this to be happening to a young man that appears to be in really good health. But he’s not. You don’t have a heart attack if you’re in really good health. People may look healthy, but have silent inflammation in their blood vessels. [4:53] Many of you have probably heard of young athletes falling dead on the football field; falling dead on the basketball court; or maybe after practice, they get home and fall over dead. I can tell you of a few stories in our local area where that has happened. [5:32] Ben has been an active band member for years and is in the marching band. Band members sweat just as much as the football players do, if not more. They end up, some of them, like Ben, with heart issues, with cardiomyopathy. That’s what Ben was diagnosed with, cardiomyopathy. Ben’s doing well. So many don’t make it. [6:41] It doesn’t have to happen. A cardiologist was interviewed on local TV, and said all heart doctors could be put out of business if people would do these four