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Despite advances in medicine, one in nine men in the United States will get prostate cancer in his lifetime, and it’s the second leading cause of cancer death among men in the U.S. On this episode, Jonathan Haas, MD, Chairman of the Department of Radiation Oncology at NYU Winthrop Hospital, joins me for an in-depth discussion about prostate cancer and treatment options, including CyberKnife, a non-invasive treatment that delivers targeted radiation to tumors and can reach deeply imbedded masses while minimizing damage to healthy tissue. CyberKnife provides hope to thousands of people with tumors once considered inoperable. Tune in and get the facts about prostate cancer and potentially life-saving treatments.
I did a post on social media asking whether the circumstances of the pandemic are making your struggle with emotional or binge eating worse. I got a tremendous response, and your very honest comments helped me understand how you are feeling and reacting to all of the stress. In this video, I discuss how you can use a 4-step system that I created to help you stop your self-destructive pattern of using and abusing food to cope with your emotions. Watch, and let me know what you think!
For more information about emotional and binge eating, listen to my podcast, Episode #17: Battle Binge Eating with R.A.G.E.®.
My 168 Hours Rule® states that it’s not the hours that you’re formally exercising that are the most significant in your life when it comes to staying lean and fit.The most significant hours are those waking hours when you’re not engaged in formal exercise. These hours far outweigh those that you are working out and will either support or destroy your efforts to stay in good shape.
People who are in the gym the most are not the most fit. This is a fact. There are people who work very hard in the gym or otherwise training, and they do it 4 or 5 times per week for an hour or more. However, these people are not necessarily the leanest and most conditioned.