Tue, Feb 09 | Sounds Like Schmidt: Episode 3

Dr. Tiffany Keenan

In this episode, we will be talking about food, nutrition, and its associated diseases. Least be remembered that we are not only nourishing our bodies through eating. We unknowingly poison ourselves. These and more are the topics in this podcast with guest, Dr. Tiffany Keenan, CCFP.
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Dr. Tiffany Keenan

Time & Location

Feb 09, 6:00 PM AST
Sounds Like Schmidt: Episode 3

About the Event

SHOW SUMMARY 

From morning ‘til evening, we nourish our body with anything that gets into our mouth. We feast on what is allowed and eat as if everything we take in is healthy. For some, food comes as a necessity while, for others, a reward. Regardless, we are synonymous with the thought that there is always comfort in eating. But up to what extent are we eating? Is it everything that our eyes can see in a fashioned-styled serving in one flashy-restaurant and diners? It’s time to check our habits and diet. In this episode, we will be talking about food, nutrition, and its associated diseases. Least be remembered that we are not only nourishing our bodies through eating. We unknowingly poison ourselves. These and more are the topics in this podcast with guest, Dr. Tiffany Keenan, CCFP. 

KEY POINTS 

● (5:10) Getting-to-know our episode’s guest, Dr. Tiffany J. Keenan, CCFP 

● (7:32) Discovering what is the rising trend of medical cases in hospital ERs in the last 5- 10 years 

● (11:59) Finding out what body tests to undergo to determine body baseline, and how do doctors interpret them 

● (16:38) Realizing what other on-hand home products are detrimental to the body aside from sugar, and identifying alternatives to avoid these harmful substances 

● (20:01) Deconstructing diet types, methods, and personalizing against sugar 

● (23:48) Understanding gut health 

● (30:10) Starting gut health journey through a fecal analysis, gut health correlation to weight loss, and tips on sustaining gut health 

● (40:04) Connecting skin problems with gut problems 

● (41.10) Seeking medical advice for proper information 

● (44:34) Exploring “personalized lifestyle medicine” to cater to individual needs 

● (47:56) Sharing of ideas on how Robin Sharma’s philosophy influenced the realization and achievement of her goals in the medical field 

● (55:09) On chartering an unconventional path not-too-distant to medicine 

● (57:10) On becoming a person for others 

RESOURCES 

● Contact Dr. Tiffany Keenan 

     ○ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/drkeenanhealthandwellness/ 

     ○ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drtkeenan/ 

● Foundation: Haiti Village Health (https://www.haitivillagehealth.ca/) 

● Public Figure: Robin Sharma 

    ○ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RobinSharmaOfficial/ 

     ○ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/robinsharma/ 

● Psychiatrist: Dr. Valerie Taylor 

     ○ Twitter - https://twitter.com/DrValerieTaylor?s=20 

● Physician: Dr. Mark Hyman 

     ○ Web - https://drhyman.com/ 

● Research Article: How are habits formed: Modeling habit formation in the real world University College London, London, UK Published online July 16, 2009, European Journal of Social Psychology

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