Why don’t personal fitness trainers know about rhabdomyolysis (rhabdo), also known as muscle destruction? Over the years I’ve come in contact with many fitness trainers and have discovered that no matter who they were certified by, they were not likely aware of what rhabdo is, or, if they had heard of it, they believed myths […]
Is The Cholesterol Drug Repatha Safe?
Repatha (evolocumab) is a popular cholesterol-lowering medication. It’s not a statin and must be injected. It’s proven to dramatically reduce bad LDL cholesterol but several people have reported intense muscle pains occurring soon after taking the drug. In this interview, I sit down with Robert, a physician and marathon runner who describes what happened to […]
Health & Nutrition Questions & Answers
This week I’ll answer questions about health, nutrition, and exercise that I’ve been asked and questions I’ve seen people asking online. We’ll talk about injuries, supplements, cholesterol-lowering drugs, and smoothies and I’ll even share my tuna fish recipe. This is episode 117 of the Joe Cannon Health podcast, available here and you can follow for […]
Is Coffee Really Healthy?
Is coffee really healthy? Can it improve memory or delay Parkinson’s’ and Alzheimer’s disease? Is it all just about green coffee beans and caffeine? What’s the difference between coffee cherry and the bean? What is the best type of coffee filter to use? To help sort fact from fiction, I sit down with Dr. Steve […]
Is Kratom Truly Safe?
Kratom, also known as Mitragyna speciosa may be used to reduce pain, improve exercise, as a pre-workout drink, help people sleep, and to promote an overall feeling of euphoria. It may be used by others to promote a “legal high.” But is kratom safe? While some swear by it, others have overdosed with kratom and […]
Back Health Best & Worst Exercises
What are the best and worst exercises to do if you have back problems and those to do if you are trying to prevent getting back pain? In this episode, I sit down again with physical therapist Chris Gellert to discuss spine health? When should see a physical therapist? What exercises can make back pain […]
Sickle Cell Trait and Rhabdomyolysis
Sickle cell trait (SCT) is one of the genetic factors that can raise the risk of rhabdomyolysis. Today I sit down with Farron Dozier, a US military veteran who has sickle cell trait. We discuss the circumstances around how he got rhabdo in the military and many other related topics. This is episode 110 of […]
Ask A Physical Therapist With Chris Gellert
Today I sit down with Chris Gellert physical therapist, certified personal trainer, educator, and the founder of Pinnacle training and Consulting, to discuss rehab exercises for the shoulder and back, and knees. What exercises should you be doing to keep your shoulders and low back healthy? What exercises should you never do? Along the way, […]
Biohacking Nutrition & Fitness With Adita Lang
What are simple yet effective ways you and your kids can eat better and add exercise into your lives? In this episode, I interview, international health and wellness speaker Adita Lang. We discuss a wide range of topics including organic vs. non-organic food debate, nutrition during pregnancy, how you can get your kids to eat […]
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