NBSV 069: Dr. Scott Lear on exercising and eating well while we're staying home
Dr. Scott Lear has been a leading scientist in preventing heart disease for over 20 years. Scott is a professor in Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University, and he conducts research into how lifestyle can prevent and manage heart disease - and other chronic diseases. He has heart disease himself and writes a blog called Feel Healthy with Dr. Scott Lear.
In the last of our COVID-related episodes, learn how much exercise we should be getting each week, how to stay true to your nutrition goals, and some creative ways to strength train with kitchen implements! Listen below.
Important topics and points you don't want to miss:
>> How much exercise should we be getting while self-isolating and/or physical distancing? What sorts of benefits are we likely to see from this activity?
>> Why we should aim to walk for a few minutes every half hour--even just around the house.
>> How can we continue to eat in a way that supports our health and fitness goals?
>> Creative ways of strength training at home (with kitchen implements!)
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