Accumulate Health Podcast

Accumulate health by creating daily habits that will fuel a lifetime of health.


Through inspiring, trustworthy and practical content, you’ll have all the ingredients to create a winning health routine that will get you results.

Whether you want to start preparing nutrient-dense meals or want to get in the best shape of your life, the Accumulate Health podcast will provide the roadmap to help you create the habits that will provide lasting transformation.

In this episode, I share my health story. It began as a teenager when I read a book that helped me see that my chronic stomach pain was related to my poor eating habits. Now as a Naturopathic doctor I’m passionate about helping others overcome their health challenges and create their own health story, one habit at a time.

In this episode, I discuss why muscle is our friend especially as we age and 5 ways we can support a strong muscle-building routine:

1. Master proper form.

2. Feel your muscles contract when you workout.

3. Do full range of motion exercises.

4. Keep a journal of your workouts.

5. Increase resistance or reps.

In this episode I discuss why refined vegetable oils are usually one of the top items that I address when talking about transforming eating habits. Right in line with the ever-increasing consumption of unhealthy oils has been the ravenous growth of obesity, cancer, and diabetes. When I say vegetable oil, I am referring to soybean oil, corn oil, palm oil, canola oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil, rice bran oil, and cottonseed oil to name the most commonly used.

In this episode, I’m going to share with you 10 tips that you can implement to make your weight loss journey effective so you can get off of the weight-loss merry-go-round.

In this episode, I discuss one of the biggest contributors to obesity – liquid sugar. Liquid sugar doesn’t register in the brain the same way that food does so we not only experience an increased appetite leading to a higher calorie intake but blood sugar swings, insulin resistance, fat storage and liver dysfunction.

In this episode, I interview family nutrition expert and Registered Dietician, Maryann Jacobsen. She shares her iron story and how she discovered that she had low ferritin levels despite being a health professional and living a healthy life.

In this episode, I discuss lectins and the effect they can have on the immune system. The most common lectin-containing foods are soybeans, corn, wheat, peanuts, tomatoes, and potatoes.
Find out why lectins can be problematic and what kind of test to take to know if you should eliminate lectins from your diet.

Ask your lifestyle health questions on social media, tag @drwholeness, and use #accumulatehealth.

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