Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Andrea Donsky, and health expert Lisa Davis discuss their passion for living a natural, healthy lifestyle. As ambassadors of all things natural, their mission is to share with others ways to become healthier by exploring better nutrition, safer products and greene…
Lisa is joined by Elie Krieger who talks not only about great foods for the Fall, but her early years as a model and more!Host and executive producer of the cooking series “Ellie's Real Good Food” on Public Television and well known from her hit Food Network show “Healthy Appetite,” Ellie Krieger is the leading go-to nutritionist in the media today, helping people find the sweet spot where “delicious” and “healthy” meet. Her success can be attributed to her accessible way of offering tools for nurturing a richly satisfying, sumptuous lifestyle while cutting through the gimmicks, hype and extreme eating that permeate our world.Ellie is a New York Times bestselling, IACP and two-time James Beard Foundation award winning author of 7 cookbooks. She is also a weekly columnist for The Washington Post and has been a columnist for Fine Cooking, Food Network magazine and USA Today.Ellie is a registered dietitian nutritionist who earned her bachelors in clinical nutrition from Cornell University and her masters in nutrition education from Teacher's College Columbia University. Her latest book Whole in One: Complete, Healthy Meals in a Single Pot, Skillet or Sheet Pan was released in October 2019. She finds happiness living with her daughter and husband in New York City.
Lisa is joined by Margie Balfour, M.D., Ph.D., psychiatrist, and Chief Clinical Quality Officer at Connections Health Solutions, the leading innovator in behavioral health crisis care. Dr. Balfour is the co-author of the Crisis Roadmap https://crisisroadmap.com, the blueprint that contains all aspects of an ideal crisis system along with measurable performance criteria that communities can use for ongoing assessment of their progress. Dr. Balfour joins Lisa to talk about the emergency 988 number, the the equivalent of 911 for mental health, went live in the US.On July 16, the emergency 988 number, the equivalent of 911 for mental health, went live in the US. When people call, text, or chat 988, their call will be routed to trained, local counselors who are part of the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network. Better equipped to handle mental and behavioral health issues in their community than 911 dispatchers, these counselors can provide local resources and referrals when people need it most. A dedicated mental health crisis phone number may help to break the stigma associated with mental health issues and change the perception of “what to do” during a mental/behavioral health crisis The number will provide support for anyone in distress; as well as anyone worried about a friend or loved one who needs information on how to support them988 will provide an alternative to law enforcement as the primary intervention for a mental health crisis
Given the World Health Organization's recent declaration of the Monkeypox outbreak as a global health emergency, Lisa is joined by Dr. Jenny Yu, head of Medical Affairs at Healthline Media. Here are some of the things answered by Dr. Yu: What is monkeypox?Is monkypox deadly?What are the symptoms of monkeypox? How does monkeypox spread? Is monkeypox an STD? How can monkeypox be prevented? What treatments are available for monkeypox? Is there a vaccine for monkeypox? Who should get vaccinated? Where can you find out if you're eligible for a vaccine?
Lisa joined by Kari Pearce, a six times CrossFit Games athlete and three time Fittest American Female. She is currently the 3rd fittest woman on earth and has been in the top 10 the last five years. Kari represented the United States of America two years in a row (2016-2017) at the CrossFit Invitational. During the last five years, Kari has competed in CrossFit all around the world including Dubai, France, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Florida, Ohio, Minnesota, New York, California, and Wisconsin. She also travels to teach athletes the gymnastics side of CrossFit. Having her extensive background, she enjoys sharing her knowledge with others. She began her athletic career as a gymnast at the age of 3 and did it for 18 years. Kari was on the Varsity Gymnastics team at the University of Michigan where her team won 4 Big Ten Championships. She earned her degree in Movement Science from the School of Kinesiology and was three time Academic All Big Ten. In addition to being a full time athlete, she has developed PowerAbs, which is a core program thousands of people are doing. It incorporates many of the things she learned in her 18 years of gymnastics and through her education to get people stronger and better looking midsections. She was born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan and moved to New York City in 2013, which is where she currently resides.6 Times CrossFit Games Athlete 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020 Fittest American WomanTop 10 Fittest in the World 5 Years in a row Currently 3th Fittest Woman on Earth 2 Time Crossfit Invitational Team Member for USAWon “Most Improved” at the CrossFit Games in 2016Holds the New York State bench press record at 240lbFounder of PowerAbs Movement Science Degree from the University of Michigan Member of the University of Michigan Women's Varsity Gymnastics Team Three Time Academic All Big TenZBiotics Pre-Alcohol ProbioticBreaks down the byproduct of alcohol responsible for rough mornings after drinking.Brand
There are TWO interviews back to back! Lisa is first joined by W. Kamau Bell about his latest book, Do the Work!: An Antiracist Activity Book. The second interview Lisa is joined by Ali Michael and Eleonora Bartolli, the authors of Our Problem, Our Path: Collective Antiracism for White People. Do the Work!: An Antiracist Activity BookW. KAMAU BELL is a dad, husband, and comedian. He directed and executive-produced the four-part Showtime documentary We Need To Talk About Cosby, which premiered at Sundance. He famously met with the KKK on his Emmy-Award-winning CNN docu-series United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell, where he serves as host and executive producer. He has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, CBS Mornings, MSNBC's Morning Joe, Comedy Central, HBO, Fresh Air with Terry Gross, WTF with Marc Maron, The Breakfast Club, and This American Life. He has two stand-up comedy specials, Private School Negro (Netflix) and Semi-Prominent Negro (Showtime). Kamau's writing has been featured in Time, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Hollywood Reporter, CNN.com, Salon, and The LA Review of Books. Kamau's first book has an easy-to-remember title, The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell: Tales of a 6' 4", African American, Heterosexual, Cisgender, Left-Leaning, Asthmatic, Black and Proud Blerd, Mama's Boy, Dad, and Stand-Up Comedian. He is the ACLU Artist Ambassador for Racial Justice and serves on the board of directors of Donors Choose and the advisory board of Hollaback!Our Problem, Our Path: Collective Antiracism for White People. ALI MICHAEL: pronunciation: ALI (Alee) Michael (no S) - as the Co-Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators, Ali Michael, Ph.D. works with schools and organizations across the country to help make research on race, Whiteness, and education more accessible and relevant to educators. Ali is the author of Raising Race Questions: Whiteness, Inquiry and Education, winner of the 2017 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award. She is a member of a multiracial editorial team and sits on the editorial board of the journal Whiteness and Education. Her article, What do White Children Need to Know About Race?, co-authored with Dr. Eleonora Bartoli in Independent Schools Magazine, won the Association and Media Publishing Gold Award for Best Feature Article in 2014. When she is not writing, speaking, or training, Ali is striving to be an antiracist co-parent to two amazing kids. Her writing and speeches are available at alimichael.org. ELEONORA BARTOLI, PH.D. pronunciation: Elee-uh-nor-uh (pronounced every vowel) - Bart-oh-lee - is a consultant and licensed psychologist, specializing in trauma, resilience-building, and multicultural/social justice counseling. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology: Human Development/Mental Health Research from the University of Chicago. After receiving her clinical license, she opened a small independent practice, which she has held since. After 15 years in academia (12 of those years as the director of a Master's in counseling program), she became a full-time consultant. Her mission is to share the tools of counseling and psychology in support of social justice work. Throughout her career, Dr. Bartoli has held leadership positions in professional organizations at both the state and national levels. She has also presented at numerous conferences and is the author of several publications. In all her work, Dr. Bartoli integrates an understanding of neuroscience, focusing on how it informs symptom development as well as healing and resilience-building strategies.Dr. Bartoli has been the recipient of academic awards. Her website: dreleonorabartoli.com
Lisa is joined by Bryant Wood who talks about Modern Nirvana. The goal of Modern Nirvana is to be a catalyst for transformation in people's lives, to inspire them to take control of their spiritual and physical wellbeing, by sharing both ancient practices and modern bio-hacks on their YouTube channel and at their annual summit. Their mission is to bring inspiration and information to a new generation, paving a way for a more enlightened world. If you are human, you have the potential to be superhuman. In this episode we learn a lot about Bryant, Modern Nirvana, and the importance of breathe work. Bryant (also known as “iKAR”-The one who touches the sky) is a global traveler who has immersed himself in enriching experiences with the goal bring something authentically his own into the world. He is a Master Breathwork instructor, and is currently certified as a Priest, NLP Practitioner, Pranashamanic Yoga, believer in Inclusive Mindlfulness, Motivational coach, and Mental Health Consultant certified through Kindred.He's studied in Buddhist Sanghas, learned from Sufi mystics, participated in week-long rituals with Ancient African IFA high priests, immersed himself in Tibetan Buddhism Tantra, and has sat and meditated and collaborated with some of the most famous Gurus of our time. He believes in direct experience through wisdom, and beautifying this world through play, diversity, and knowledge. In his own words, "everyone is welcome at the table because the ones we haven't made a place for in the past are the ones that we have the most to learn from. Now is a good time to listen".Bryant has given away all his belongings three times to completely focus on the present moment and be free to go where he is meant to. This has led him to teach thousands of people the power of breathwork, movement, and self-healing styles in all circles; from catholic high schools, Pro athletes, to Alzheimer's special care retirement homes. He has done all this while living by the moto “No one gets left behind.” Bryant uses his wide range of skills from many offerings to hold sacred space rituals, workshops and retreats around the world. Some of his past partnerships have included HBO, Spotify, Younga, United Nations and Daily Yoga App. You can see him on the upcoming second season of the Netflix show The Circle, sharing his knowledge of the breath. Currently Bryant is launching his Breathwork teacher training, Working with his 1:1 clients, and is in high demand to speak and share his wisdom. He is 1 of 3 of the Modern Nirvana team that is fully devoted to paving the way for a more enlightened world.
Lisa is joined by Marci Braithwaite, who shares her experience as a fat athlete and running coach. Marci Braithwaite has been a runner for 12 years, completing almost 100 races of all distances (in-person and virtual), including a full marathon, and qualifying for Half Fanatics. More about Marci:*Certified in RRCA and USATF Level 1 Coaching*Size-Inclusive Fitness Specialist*Group Leader of Fat Athletes, a Facebook community for athletes in all bodies*Dedicated to Health at Every Size and body acceptance principles
Lisa is joined by Faust Ruggiero, M.S., who talks about his book, The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook. Faust A. Ruggiero's professional career spans almost 40 years, and is diversified and compelling, as it has consistently established new and exciting cutting-edge counseling programs in its pursuit of professional excellence and personal life enhancement. He is a published research author, clinical trainer, and a therapist who has worked in settings that have included clinics for deaf children, prisons, nursing homes, substance abuse centers, inpatient facilities, major corporations, both national and international, and as the President of the Community Psychological Center in Bangor, Pennsylvania. In that capacity, he developed the Process Way of Life counseling program, and has developed it into a formal text presented in the Fix Yourself Handbook.The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook:Do you want to understand everything you need to know about anxiety and have a program to help you reduce its impact on your life, and eventually free yourself from its paralyzing effects on you? If so, The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook is for you. This is book two in The Fix Yourself Empowerment Series. It follows the award-winning The Fix Yourself Handbook, which debuted in December 2019. The book provides you with the tools to help you move beyond your anxiety initially, and will always be available as a reference guide and a lifelong support ally. There is a way out of your anxiety . . . and this is that way!What you will find in The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook: Gives people the missing information about the causes and dynamicsof anxiety.Written in short concise chapters, each addressing the mostimportant aspects of anxiety, and the treatment for each of them.Separates the condition from the person, removing the stigma thatdefines an anxious person as emotionally unstable .Discusses anxiety as a physical problem, which moves to theemotions, and settles in the mind.Provides genuine insights into the ways anxiety alters the waypeople feel about themselves.Provides the exact steps to move through the condition in 21 actionpacked chapters, each addressing a different problem that anxiety causes.Presents healing from anxiety as a journey that can be incorporatedinto the reader's healthy movement through the condition, and into a lifepacked with positive energy.The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook can be used as a reference bookanytime anxious thoughts and feelings return in the futureAlzheimer's Disease Podcast7-Part miniseries about Alzheimer's, treatments and lifestyle changes.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify TMAC Fitness. 20 Minute Home Workouts Beginner and Advanced Workouts. No equipment. Each Workout Ends with a Meditation. Brand
Lisa is away and her occasional co-host Andrea Donsky is joined by Dr. Murray Clarke, the developer of ChildLife Essentials®. Dr. Clarke holds licenses and doctorates in three fields of medicine: naturopathic medicine, homeopathic medicine and Chinese medicine (including acupuncture and herbology). He moved to the United States from New Zealand 35 years ago and has since become a pioneer in the field of holistic pediatrics. He blends a number of medical modalities including homeopathy, acupuncture, herbal medicine and clinical nutrition to help patients with hard-to-treat conditions. He has become the “go-to” doctor for pediatricians whose standard pharmaceutical approaches haven't been successful. Dr. Murray Clarke continues to focus his experience, treatments and quest for knowledge on how to treat and prevent childhood illness at its root cause. Alzheimer's Disease Podcast7-Part miniseries about Alzheimer's, treatments and lifestyle changes.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Every Thursday Lisa highlights an article from www.naturallysavvy.com Today she talks about "Back to School Tips That Rock" which is found on the site under the "Care" section.Go to www.naturallysavvy.com to read this article and others that catch your eye!
Lisa is joined by Emily Gold Mears talks about her book, Optimizing Your Health: An Approachable Guide to Reducing Your Risk of Chronic Disease. In Optimizing Your Health, Emily Gold Mears shares years of research and knowledge to help others understand how they can become their own health advocate, modify their lifestyle to reduce their risk of chronic disease, and take a proactive role in their own healthcare. Gold Mears features real life stories, clinical studies, the latest discoveries, and infographics to demonstrate what is hurting us and what can help us in our pursuit of a long, healthy life. This book curates a vast amount of health and wellness information and focuses on the most salient aspects. Gold Mears's book is essential reading for those who are committed to reducing their risk of chronic disease, aging well, and feeling their best.
#WearTheDamnShorts has 3.5 million views on TikTok! It's clear that the #WearTheDamnShorts movement speaks to many women who would normally shy away from dressing for comfort and functionality. This campaign is so important and Valerie Scott, Constantly Varied Gears content manager and product manager joins Lisa to talk about this, health at every size, her experience as a plus size power lifter, and much more. Constantly Varied Gear (CVG) is a by women, for women brand which understands that society imposes far too many pressures on women – whether it be their size, skin texture, or even their personality. That's why we're constantly working to push the barriers within women's fitness – from shifting the focus from weight to strength to offering inclusive sizes (XS-XXL) to developing functional apparel (pockets and opaque fabrics).
Lisa is joined by Jennifer Cook, who is the autism expert on the American version of the hit Netflix show, Love on the Spectrum." In this romantic docuseries, people on the autism spectrum look for love and navigate the changing world of dating and relationships.Jennifer Cook is Smart. Lively. Cheeky. A global conversation-starter with a Sesame Street doppleganger who just happens to have discovered (at age thirty-five) that she was on the autism spectrum. That's Jennifer Cook, author of eight bestselling books --the Asperkids collection, Sisterhood of the Spectrum, and Autism in Heels -- which include a Wall Street JournalBestseller, a Publishers Weekly "Best Book" title winner, and three of BookAuthority's "Best-Selling" and "Top Autism Books of All Time." The "autism expert" on Netflix's "Love On the Spectrum," Jennifer is the bestselling female author of any single book in the genre and an award-winning international speaker, celebrated in the press as a "role model of positivity" whose insights touch hearts, lighten spirits, and broaden minds.Jennifer graduated from Brown University, going on to the Graduate School of Social Work at Columbia University, and the Graduate School of Education at Queens University. She and her family reside near Charlotte, North Carolina.
Lisa is joined by Mark Goulston, MD who asks and answers the question, "Why cope when you can heal?" In this interview, Dr. Goulston shares stories, tips, and real world solutions. Some of the stories brought tears to Lisa's eyes. Enjoy this powerful and moving interview. Dr. Mark Goulston is a Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches member and coaches entrepreneurs, CEOs, Chairs, and Managing Directors to become the best version of themselves. He is also an international keynote speaker helping audiences do the same.Originally a UCLA professor of psychiatry for over 25 years, and a former FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer, Dr. Mark Goulston's expertise has been forged and proven in the crucible of real-life, high stakes situations. He is the author or co-author of nine books with his book, “Just Listen,” being translated into twenty eight languages and becoming the top book on listening in the world. He is the host of the highly rated podcast, My Wakeup Call and the co-host of “Out of Our Minds and In Your Space” on Twitter Spaces which is a mashup for creatives and thinkers.
Lisa is joined by Aviva Wittenberg who talks about her must-have cookbook of lunches you can look forward to all morning long! AVIVA WITTENBERG learned to cook at her mother's side and honed her skills in the kitchen cooking for her family. She has been sharing her adventures in lunch packing online for the last 7 years, which have made creating a midday meal a nearly effortless task. Aviva is an advocate for food education, teaching children to grow and cook their own food and takes enormous pleasure teaching her own children about the world around them through the food they eat. She was born and lives in Toronto with her family.Description of "Lunchbox: 75+ Easy and Delicious Recipes for Lunches on the Go."Say goodbye to the same boring, limited lunch rotation, and hello to everyone's new favorite meal of the day! Lunchboxhas literally months' worth of recipes for flavorful, filling, nutritious, and delicious meals—guaranteed to stay fresh until lunch. With chapters on Soups, Sandwiches, Salads, Warm Bowls, Cold Bowls, Handpies, and Brunch for Lunch—as well as simple, satisfying snacks and sweet treats to pack alongside—these straightforward recipes will get you out of your lunch rut for good. Every recipe has a “Get Ahead” tip, calling out exactly what can be made ahead of time, as well as a “Packing Tip” on how to pack a balanced and beautiful lunchbox; the steps are fuss-free, and all ingredients can be found in your local grocery store. In addition to the recipes are lunch packing strategies and multi-week meal plans to help you efficiently plan your menu and your time, streamlining meal prep to avoid that stressful morning crunch. Special callouts are included—such as “Great for Kids”—and all recipes are completely nut-free. With plenty of vegan and vegetarian options, hot and cold weather seasonal suggestions, and freezer-friendly choices, too. Lunchbox has something for everyone. Whether it's back to the office or back to school, Lunchbox is packed with satisfying recipes and ideas to start your day off right.
Lisa is joined by Camilla V. Saulsbury who talks about nine gluten free grains:Amaranth , Chia seeds, Buckwheat, Millet, Oats, Quinoa, Rice, Sorghum, and Teff.Camilla V. Saulsbury is a writer, recipe developer, fitness trainer, endurance athlete, and creator of the healthy food blog Power Hungry. She also holds a PhD in sociology with specializations in food studies, health, and medicine. Camilla has been featured on the Food Network, "Today," "Good Morning America Health," QVC, "Katie," and in multiple publications including The New York Times, Women's Health, Runner's World, Men's Fitness, Southern Living, Clean Eating, Food Network Magazine, and Pilates Style. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, she currently lives in Texas with her husband and son.
Lisa is joined by Dr. Jamie Koufman, who talks about her cookbook. Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure.Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure is the first book to offer a nontraditional diet to help cure reflux, as well as the best and worst foods for a reflux sufferer. Using her extensive research, Dr. Koufman defines this shockingly common disease and explains why a change in diet can alleviate some of the most common symptoms. Her recipes use tasty fats as flavorings, not just as main ingredients and include a variety of dishes that prove living with reflux doesn't mean living without delicious food.
Lisa is joined by Heather Christo who talks about eating for beauty. Heather Christo's mission is to change the way the world sees—and eats—the allergy-free life.Her goal is to inspire and empower people and families through safe, wholesome and delicious food so they can live fully and give joy to those around them.Food allergies are serious. But life, and food, should never be. For Heather, an allergy-free world is a joyful one, where deprivation isn't in the dictionary and fear doesn't exist. It's a beautiful, balanced, and sustainable way of living and eating that is equal parts nourishing and pleasurable. It's a table piled high, with the vibrant dishes your loved ones can blissfully gather around and fearlessly gobble up. Lush and generous meals that, very simply, just make you very happy, from your tastebuds to your body to your soul.In Heather's kitchen, she's not thinking about what her family can't have, she is just so incredibly inspired by all that they can. There's a whole lot of delicious out there, after all. And when we all make it into lovely food that loves us back, we're truly free to savor the wonderfulness of life.Heather has blown every perception of what allergy-free means to pieces through sharing a love of family and food that transcends any dietary restriction and is pure delicious.She is a nationally-recognized authority on an allergy-free lifestyle with accomplishments that include the following:a community of millions who read her blogtwo published books, including her James Beard Award Nominated Pure Delicious.Heathermade fresh baked products, including Chocolatey Chia Brownies, Classic Banana Bread, Chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies and Pumpkin Pie Muffins, available at CostcoTV syndicated shows, including the TODAY show, New Day Northwest, Food Network, Good Morning America Health, The Better Show, Access Hollywood Live, HGTV and DIY networks Rescue my Renovation and many regional news showsPress from Better Homes and Gardens, InStyle, Shape, Oprah, Cosmopolitan, People, Go Gluten Free Magazine, PopSugar, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed and moreShe is a 2017 James Beard Award Nominee, 2016 Cutthroat Kitchen Champion, 2015 Better Homes and Garden StylemakerHeather Christo is a trained chef and graduate of Le cordon bleu. Heather and her husband Pete have been blessed with two beautiful young daughters, Pia and Coco, and in early 2014 Heather and both of her daughters were diagnosed with severe food allergies. Turning Lemons into Lemonade, Heather has totally rededicated her passions into creating delicious allergy free recipes that everyone can enjoy without missing a thing! When you don't find Heather in the kitchen with her husband, girls and friends then she is puttering in the garden, taking pictures or writing.
Lisa is joined by Steven Masley, MD who shares the best oils to cook with on a variety of levels.Steven Masley MD is a physician, nutritionist, trained chef, author, and the creator of the #1 health program for Public Television, 30 Days to a Younger Heart. He helps motivated people tune up their brain, heart, and sexual performance.He is a fellow with the American Heart Association and the American College of Nutrition. His research focuses on the impact of lifestyle choices on brain function, heart disease, and aging. His passion is empowering people to achieve optimal health through comprehensive assessments and lifestyle changes.As a best-selling author, he has published several books: Ten Years Younger, The 30-Day Heart Tune-Up, Smart Fat, The Better Brain Solution, and his latest book The Mediterranean Method, plus numerous scientific articles. His work has been viewed by millions on PBS, the Discovery Channel, the Today Show, and over 500 media interviews.He also completed a chef internship at the Four Seasons Restaurant in Seattle, WA, and he has performed cooking demonstrations at Cal-a-Vie Health Spa, Canyon Ranch, the Pritikin Longevity Center, and for multiple television appearances. As a speaker during his career, Dr. Masley has spoken at over 300 physician continuing medical education (CME) events, and for over 700 public presentations on a variety of topics related to health, cognitive function, aging, and cardiovascular disease. He continues to write books and offers weekly blogs and recipes on his website, www.DrMasley.com.For additional information, regarding The Masley Optimal Health Center, please visit https://themohc.com
Lisa is joined by Tanya Linton who shares some great meals in a jar that include salads, soups, rice bowls, and more! Tanya Linton is Director of Original Production at Home and Garden Television and oversees some of its most successful shows. She's an accomplished writer and producer who is able to work across a variety of genres. She is also the co-author of The Ice Cream Bible.150 Best Meals in a Jar: Salads, Soups, Rice Bowls and More:Canning jars are perfect for a healthy and delicious salad. The dressing goes on the bottom, with heavier or harder ingredients making up the next layer(s), perhaps topped off with some fresh leafy greens. Everything stays crisp and separate until it is time to toss the salad in a bowl ready to serve and enjoy. When made ahead these 150 tempting and innovative recipes last for days in the fridge for almost a week's worth of lunches and/or dinners. These "grab and go" salads are ideal on those harried weekday mornings or busy weekends. Tanya Linton includes creative snacks and breakfasts as well as a chapter devoted to rice bowls and even desserts. Lettuce-based salads like Italian Salad (chopped salami, spicy green beans, white beans and Pecorino), Green Goddess (sugar snap peas, proper peas and edamame with hoisin chicken) or Sweet and Salty Salad (arugula, figs, buffalo mozzarella and prosciutto) are great for the whole family. For something more hearty, there are also noodle and grain/legume based salads like Pasta Carbonara Salad (pasta, cooked eggs, cooked pancetta, baby arugula), Chicken Soup Salad (noodles, carrots, celery, chopped kale and chicken) and Layered Tabbouleh Salad (couscous, cucumber, tomatoes, parsley, onion). For a dessert idea for an office celebration or a picnic, Pretty Pavlovas, Layed Cheater Chocolate Cheesecake and Banana Bread Parfait are favorites.
Lisa is joined by Liz Weiss who shares some great ways to get more fiber in. your diet. From www.lizshealthytable.comI'm a registered dietitian nutritionist, and I've been passionate about healthy food, family nutrition, and vibrant living for over 30 years. Helping you, your family, and the people around you discover the joy of wholesome and delicious food is not just my job—it's my mission.I have two grown boys—Josh and Simon—and for years, I was up to my elbows tackling the daily grind of packing lunches, making endless visits to the grocery store, planning meals, and managing fussy eating. But I'm reporting here that the journey was fun and fulfilling, and my boys grew up to be adventurous eaters. Five family cookbooks later plus free recipes, online resources, and hundreds of podcast episodes, my boys have flown the coop and I've shifted my culinary and nutrition focus to a topic that's near and dear to my heart and something we all need: longevity!Living an anti-aging lifestyle is all about moving our bodies more and choosing foods that fight conditions like heart disease and cancer, bolster brain health, and sharpen vision. To that end, I always try to practice what I preach. I walk (almost) every day, do yoga, and ride the stationary bike. I have a real food philosophy, which is all about adding food groups to the diet, not taking them away. No deprivation. I crave simplicity, colorful fruits and vegetables, and easy-to-find everyday ingredients that make mealtime a breeze.A bit about my background: After four years as an undergrad at the University of Rhode Island and a dietetic internship at the Oregon Health Sciences University, in 2004 I partnered with a friend to create Meal Makeover Moms, which received an incredible response from families and fellow health professionals and even won the 2015 Media Excellence Award from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics! We retired that site in 2017, and that's when Liz's Healthy Table was launched.Liz's Healthy Table hosts a blog with exciting plant-forward recipes (yes, some include a small amount of animal protein!), including Cauliflower Mac & Cheese, Corny Salmon Cakes, Kale & Pine Nut Pesto, and Beef & Bean Tacos. And I have a new podcast called, EAT DRINK, LIVE LONGER, which features exciting longevity-themed food and nutrition episodes on the benefits of eating more pulses, pre-diabetes, and the anti-inflammatory diet.
Lisa is joined by Dr. Nikolas Hedberg who talks hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's disease (which Lisa has). Dr. Hedberg has dedicated his entire professional career to helping patients with Hashimoto's Disease, hypothyroidism, gut and immune disorders .His patients like to say that his strongest asset is his ability to listen. A lifelong learner, Dr. Hedberg believes that in order to truly help patients get well, he must stay on the cutting-edge. Dr. Hedberg wants to hear your story, to help you figure out why you're not feeling well, and how to restore your health.
Lisa is joined by Jonny Bowden, Ph.D, CNS who joins Lisa to talk about superfoods, inflammation, skincare, chocolate, and more! He talks about a superfood that might be new to many of you, graviola and how great it is for you inside and out!
Lisa is joined by Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary, MD, is a neurologist, neuroscientist and an internationally recognized expert in the ancient practice of Ayurvedic medicine. She goes in-depth with Lisa about Ayurvedic Medicine and in particular the doshas. She blew Lisa's mind with some of the information! Dr. Chaudhary earned her medical degree at Loma Linda University School of Medicine; completed her internship at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and neurology residency at University of California San Diego (UCSD). Chaudhary is the author of “The Prime” (Penguin Random House, 2016) and “Sound Medicine” (Harper Collins, 2020); is a pioneer in the field of integrative medicine and is a highly sought-after speaker, researcher and adviser for Healthy Directions. She is the former director of Wellspring Health in Scripps Memorial Hospital, where she successfully combined conventional treatments with Ayurvedic practices of detoxification, diet and lifestyle management to help patients effectively manage chronic neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and migraine headaches. Her program was so successful that it is now used for a wide range of health concerns, including weight issues and chronic disease. Through her integrative approach, Chaudhary teaches her patients about the connection between mind, body and spirit, which impacts every aspect of health both physically and mentally. Chaudhary also has extensive media experience including being a regular medical contributor for “The Dr. Oz Show.”
Lisa is joined by Steven Masley, MD who talks about five nutrients to turn back the clock on heart aging! Steven Masley MD is a physician, nutritionist, trained chef, author, and the creator of the #1 health program for Public Television, 30 Days to a Younger Heart. He helps motivated people tune up their brain, heart, and sexual performance.He is a fellow with the American Heart Association and the American College of Nutrition. His research focuses on the impact of lifestyle choices on brain function, heart disease, and aging. His passion is empowering people to achieve optimal health through comprehensive assessments and lifestyle changes.As a best-selling author, he has published several books: Ten Years Younger, The 30-Day Heart Tune-Up, Smart Fat, The Better Brain Solution, and his latest book The Mediterranean Method, plus numerous scientific articles. His work has been viewed by millions on PBS, the Discovery Channel, the Today Show, and over 500 media interviews.He also completed a chef internship at the Four Seasons Restaurant in Seattle, WA, and he has performed cooking demonstrations at Cal-a-Vie Health Spa, Canyon Ranch, the Pritikin Longevity Center, and for multiple television appearances. As a speaker during his career, Dr. Masley has spoken at over 300 physician continuing medical education (CME) events, and for over 700 public presentations on a variety of topics related to health, cognitive function, aging, and cardiovascular disease. He continues to write books and offers weekly blogs and recipes on his website, www.DrMasley.com.For additional information, regarding The Masley Optimal Health Center, please visit https://themohc.com.
Lisa is joined by Kate Regan.Kate is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and founder of Wholesome Chick Nutrition, a virtual group private practice specializing in eating disorder recovery, intuitive eating, and body image. She supports clients on their journey to body trust and firmly believes that health is more than a number on the scale. Kate talks about: Why is focusing on weight loss not actually healthy?Why don't you support intentional weight loss or restrictive diets? Why having a peaceful relationship with food and body so important?What health-promoting behaviors she suggests people prioritize?and much more!
Lisa is joined by Dr. Deanna Minich, an internationally recognized, cutting-edge wellness and lifestyle medicine expert who has mastered the art of integrating ancient healing traditions with modern science. Her unique “whole self” approach to nutrition looks at physiology, psychology, eating, and living within what she calls the “7 Systems of Health.” A five-time book author, and founder of Food & Spirit (www.foodandspirit.com), she continues to do detox programs with individuals to help them achieve better health. Her latest book is Whole Detox which she delves into with Lisa.
Lisa is joined by Elise Museles, a certified eating psychology and nutrition expert, creator of the Food Story Method and platform, and host of the popular podcast Once Upon a Food Story. We not only dig into Elise's fantastic book, FOOD STORY, I share a lot about my food story growing up and share things I have never shared before! As an author, speaker, and mind-body eating coach, Elise's mission is to empower people to create a healthier relationship with food and their bodies by changing what's on their plate—and what's in their minds. After working as an attorney with the US Department of Justice, Elise made a career pivot to pursue her passion and became certified as a Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, an eating psychology coach from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, an integrative nutrition expert from Purchase College, State University of New York, and a plant-based nutrition expert from eCornell. She's also a grant recipient for a program she developed and taught, Cook INN Together, at the National Institutes of Health. Elise serves on the board of directors of Environmental Working Group, the nation's leading organization for making safer choices and creating positive momentum for American health/wellness initiatives. Her advice and recipes have been featured in many renowned wellness publications and media sources, including O, The Oprah Magazine, Health, Self, Forbes, ELLE, Well+Good, The Chalkboard, Women's Health, and mindbodygreen, among others. FOOD STORY offers you a way out of all the stress and confusion with food and leads you to a more joyful and relaxed way to eat, think, and live. By understanding your food story, how it formed, and how it drives your choices, you'll say goodbye to guilt and shame as you release the disempowering stories looping inside your mind. You'll finally allow food to help you live your best life—not interfere and control it.More on FOOD STORY: Unlock the key to a world of freedom, fun, and easeNo matter how stressed, tired, and overwhelmed you feel right now and no matter how many diets and detoxes you've tried before, you can find peace and pleasure in food. You can eat in a way that feels good. You can feel comfortable and confident in your relationship to food. You can reconnect to your body and its inner wisdom so that you are healthy and happy.It starts with understanding your food story, your personal narrative about food. How you feel about food and your body goes way deeper than calories or metabolism. Finding peace with food isn't just about eating more kale, drinking more water, or doing more yoga. It's about unlocking the power of your food story and rewriting the parts that no longer nourish you.In FOOD STORY, you'll learn… A discovery process for identifying and releasing limiting beliefsHow to turn down the Food Noise and turn into the true expert of your body (That's you!)The exact steps to take to put your health at the top of your daily to-do list, rather than tending to 1,000 other things (and other people) while neglecting your own needsAn empowering method to be proactive with your food and mood to take charge of your dayElise's secret to feeling and staying inspired even when life becomes messy, challenging, or overwhelmingly busyA fun decluttering ritual to transform the energy and vibe of your kitchen that will change the way you feel every time you step insideAn easy, science-backed approach to look at food with dozens of nutrient-dense recipes organized according to moodIt's time to stop stressing about food and step into a new chapter. Creating a new story begins with this book.
Lisa is joined once again by the Liz Weiss, Cookbook Author, Journalist, TV Dietitian, Longevity expert, host of the EAT, DRINK, LIVE LONGER podcast and is aToday's Dietitian magazine contributor to talk about 5 Ways to Reduce Food Waste.
Lisa is joined by Savio P. Clemente who answers the questions he asked 200 cancer survivors in his book, I Survived Cancer and Here Is How I Did It: 35 Cancer Survivors Share Their Journey. Since Savio is also a cancer survivor and Savio came up with such great questions, Lisa decided to ask Savio these same questions. Savio coaches cancer survivors to overcome the confusion and gain the clarity needed to get busy living in mind, body, and spirit. He inspires health and wellness seekers to find meaning in the "why" and to cultivate resilience in their mindset. Savio is a Board Certified wellness coach (NBC-HWC, ACC), #1 best-selling author, syndicated columnist, podcaster, stage 3 cancer survivor, and founder of The Human Resolve LLC.Savio has interviewed notable celebrities including tennis champion, Venus Williams; TV personality, Carson Kressley; and voice actor, Rob Paulsen. He has been featured on Fox News, The Wrap, and has collaborated with Authority Magazine, Thrive Global, BuzzFeed, Food Network, WW, and Bloomberg. Savio has been invited to cover numerous industry events in the United States and abroad including the Web Summit, Ascend Conference, Global Wellness Summit, Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ), and South by Southwest ( SXSW ). His mission is to offer clients, listeners, and viewers alike tangible takeaways in living a truly healthy, wealthy, and wise lifestyle.
Lisa is joined by Michelle Dudash, RDN who shares 5 tips for healthy travel this Summer! This is one of the SUMMER SHORTS SERIES: 10-11 minute interviews with quick tips to immediately put into action! Award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), Cordon Bleu-certified chef, and author Michelle Dudash creates top-selling and reliable solutions for busy women as they strive to feed themselves and their families nourishing meals while the clock is ticking. Michelle is the author of three books, including the new Clean Eating Kitchen: The Low-Carb Mediterranean Cookbook: Quick and Easy High Protein, Low-Sugar, Healthy-Fat Recipes for Lifelong Health(Fair Winds Press, June 2021), the top-selling Clean Eating for Busy Families, revised & expanded, and is founder of her newest endeavor Dash Dinners Meal Spice Kits.Clean. Fresh. Fast. It is Michelle's mission to make these three principles a part of your everyday food choices. Teaching millions of families how food and health can deliciously co-exist has been Michelle's mission for over 18 years – one meal at a time. From clean eating BBQ fixes, revealing which foods keep you cool in the heat (while not melting in your bag) and snack packs that save your day, Michelle is the expert in empowering you how to approach food with a nutritionist's perspective whether you're in the kitchen or on the road.
Lisa is away today and Andrea Donsky is joined by Bryce Wylde who talks seasonal allergies, allergies, sensitivities and more. Bryce Wylde graduated with a B.Sc. Hons. (BioPsyc) from York University in Toronto. He went on to pursue a career in complementary alternative medicine and nutrition. He graduated with a Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (DHMHS) from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. Known as one of Canada's leading alternative health experts, Bryce is a highly knowledgeable and respected natural healthcare practitioner whose specialty is homeopathy, clinical nutrition, supplementation, and botanical medicine and whose focus is routed within functional medicine.Bryce began his official on air television hosting career with CTV in early 2008 starting on the CP24 news channel with his own hour long highly rated weekly television show, Wylde On Health. Wylde On Health was a one hour long live talk show broadcast that has featured interviews with international experts including Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Andrew Weil, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Dr. David Suzuki, and Dr. Deepak Chopra to name a few. Bryce has all of his guests – local and international – weigh in on and share their views and opinions on alternative, complementary, and integrative approaches to health and wellness while also fielding live calls from viewers.He is currently proud to be the health and wellness expert on CityTV Breakfast Television and CityLine.Prior to his own show – and over the last decade – Bryce has been a regular expert guest on many national and international shows including more recently The Doctor Oz show as a regular contributor and member of the medical advisory board. He has frequently appeared on CTV's Canada AM, The Marilyn Denis Show, CBC's Steven and Chris, The Discovery Channel, W Channel, and ABC's Good Morning America Health.In a clinical setting, he blends the latest in human biological and genomic screening, science and technology, and uses new, traditional, and ancient remedies. Along with a team of allied health professionals he works closely with his patients, informed by the genetic make-up of that patient in order to customize care, lifestyle and functional therapeutic interventions for health promotion, disease prevention and longevity.
Lisa is joined by Chef Dawn Ludwig who has devoted her career to helping people discover the fun, beauty, and delicious taste of natural foods. She joins Lisa to talk about the importance of eating healthy fat. This is one of the SUMMER SHORTS SERIES: 10-11 minute interviews with quick tips to immediately put into action! For 15 years, she owned and directed The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts of Austin, Texas, recognized as a one of the top “Cutting Edge Cuisine” cooking schools in the U.S., according to Vegetarian Times (December 2000).In addition to training up-and-coming chefs, Dawn's passion is guiding families to incorporate better foods into their everyday lives.Her 20+ years of experience working with culinary students, teachers, patients and health care practitioners has taught her what works, what doesn't, and most importantly, how to work with families to make living healthier a practical reality.Dawn has now teamed up with her husband, Dr. David Ludwig on his new book Always Hungry? Conquer Cravings, Retrain Your Fat Cells, and Lose Weight Permanently and the new companion cookbook Always Delicious. She helped translate his science and years of research into comprehensive recipes, menu plans, and tips for applying the principles to everyday life.She has written on nutrition and health for a variety of publications including Whole Health Magazine, Natural Home, Austin Monthly, Austin Fit, and other health journals.Having experienced profound healing in her own life through the power of natural foods, Dawn has a deeply personal understanding of the maxim: “Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food.” With a gentle, yet powerful approach, she is able to touch and transform the lives of people of all ages, and in all states of health.
Lisa is joined by Dr. Karla who talks about thin privilege, the body positive movement, diet culture and more. Dr. Karla Lester is a community pediatrician, life and weight coach, is board certified in obesity medicine and Founder of IME Community for Teens where self-love is your superpower to achieve your weight and life goals and make your mark in the world! If you live in Lincoln, you most likely know Dr. Karla as the founder of Teach a Kid to Fish, a local non-profit with a vision of creating community solutions for children's health. Dr. Karla, ActivistMD coaches parents and teens to cancel diet culture and be body positive in a body negative world.She is the author of a children's book, “the magical everywhere”, which you may find on her website imecommunity.com under IME Books.
Lisa is joined by Michelle Dudash, RDN who shares tips for making your next BBQ the healthiest and tasty as it can be! This is one of the SUMMER SHORTS SERIES: 10-11 minute interviews with quick tips to immediately put into action! Award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), Cordon Bleu-certified chef, and author Michelle Dudash creates top-selling and reliable solutions for busy women as they strive to feed themselves and their families nourishing meals while the clock is ticking. Michelle is the author of three books, including the new Clean Eating Kitchen: The Low-Carb Mediterranean Cookbook: Quick and Easy High Protein, Low-Sugar, Healthy-Fat Recipes for Lifelong Health (Fair Winds Press, June 2021), the top-selling Clean Eating for Busy Families, revised & expanded, and is founder of her newest endeavor Dash Dinners Meal Spice Kits.Clean. Fresh. Fast. It is Michelle's mission to make these three principles a part of your everyday food choices. Teaching millions of families how food and health can deliciously co-exist has been Michelle's mission for over 18 years – one meal at a time. From clean eating BBQ fixes, revealing which foods keep you cool in the heat (while not melting in your bag) and snack packs that save your day, Michelle is the expert in empowering you how to approach food with a nutritionist's perspective whether you're in the kitchen or on the road.
Lisa is joined by Andrea Donsky, her part time co-host on Health Power as well as the creator of www.naturallysavvy.com and www.wearemorphus.com to help YOU reclaim your sleep during perimenopause and menopause. She also talks about her upcoming The Menopause Shift Summit: Discover The Secrets to Feeling Great, Taking Control, and Thriving Through Menopause.Did you know that you will feel symptoms of menopause before you stop your menstrual period?Did you know that your symptoms - like hot flashes - aren't, in fact, random?Did you know that menopause is a PROCESS, not a one-time hormonal event…one that can take years of symptoms, struggles, and stress over what's happening to your body?Menopause mostly deserves the bad reputation it has. But it doesn't HAVE to be that way.The first step is understanding what's happening to your body - and then you can discover how your symptoms and the changes you're experiencing can be managed.So you can keep living withOUT suffering!That's why I asked my friend Ann Marie McQueen to join me in hosting the B-I-G-G-E-S-T event focused solely on menopause.It's called:The Menopause Shift Summit: Discover The Secrets to Feeling Great, Taking Control, and Thriving Through MenopauseJune 21st - 23rd, 2022The best part? You're invited - and we have a complimentary ticket for you!All you have to do is head to https://wearemorphus.com/summit and register for your no-charge seat.You'll have access to over FORTY experts, from different disciplines…and they're all talking about how you can feel better and take back control of what's happening in your body right now.A small sample of what you'll discover:The Simple Eating Plan To Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy, and Lower Your Blood GlucoseDon't Despair: There Are Answers For Your New Sexual Health NeedsThe Salt Fix: Why The Low-Salt Recommendation is a MythAvoid Menopause?! Slow Down Aging with the Kaufman ProtocolBioidentical to Body Identical: HRT 2.0Use Food to Crush Sugar Cravings Now & Powerfully Heal Your BodyWhy You Should STOP Blaming Aging for Your Slowing MetabolismThe 3 Types of Toxins To Avoid in Perimenopause and BeyondThe Invisible Factor Making Perimenopause WorseYour Buff Muff: Expert Advice for Vaginal Health in MenopauseHow to Survive Menopause AND Keep Your JobPee In Your Pants? Fix Bladder Problems With Your Sex Life…and this is just the beginning!
Lisa is joined by Andrea Donsky, her part time co-host on Health Power as well as the creator of www.naturallysavvy.com and www.wearemorphus.com to talk offer you menopause support and to talk about her upcoming The Menopause Shift Summit: Discover The Secrets to Feeling Great, Taking Control, and Thriving Through Menopause.Did you know that you will feel symptoms of menopause before you stop your menstrual period?Did you know that your symptoms - like hot flashes - aren't, in fact, random?Did you know that menopause is a PROCESS, not a one-time hormonal event…one that can take years of symptoms, struggles, and stress over what's happening to your body?Menopause mostly deserves the bad reputation it has. But it doesn't HAVE to be that way.The first step is understanding what's happening to your body - and then you can discover how your symptoms and the changes you're experiencing can be managed.So you can keep living withOUT suffering!That's why I asked my friend Ann Marie McQueen to join me in hosting the B-I-G-G-E-S-T event focused solely on menopause.It's called:The Menopause Shift Summit: Discover The Secrets to Feeling Great, Taking Control, and Thriving Through MenopauseJune 21st - 23rd, 2022The best part? You're invited - and we have a complimentary ticket for you!All you have to do is head to https://wearemorphus.com/summit and register for your no-charge seat.You'll have access to over FORTY experts, from different disciplines…and they're all talking about how you can feel better and take back control of what's happening in your body right now.A small sample of what you'll discover:The Simple Eating Plan To Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy, and Lower Your Blood GlucoseDon't Despair: There Are Answers For Your New Sexual Health NeedsThe Salt Fix: Why The Low-Salt Recommendation is a MythAvoid Menopause?! Slow Down Aging with the Kaufman ProtocolBioidentical to Body Identical: HRT 2.0Use Food to Crush Sugar Cravings Now & Powerfully Heal Your BodyWhy You Should STOP Blaming Aging for Your Slowing MetabolismThe 3 Types of Toxins To Avoid in Perimenopause and BeyondThe Invisible Factor Making Perimenopause WorseYour Buff Muff: Expert Advice for Vaginal Health in MenopauseHow to Survive Menopause AND Keep Your JobPee In Your Pants? Fix Bladder Problems With Your Sex Life…and this is just the beginning!
Lisa is joined by Marcus Bridgewater, aka Garden Marcus who talks about his book, How to Grow: Nurture Your Garden, Nurture YourselfMarcus Bridgewater, widely known as Garden Marcus, is an author, plant enthusiast, and CEO & Founder of Choice Forward. He began gardening when he bought his first house nearly seven years ago. After killing nine of his original 16 plants, he found himself determined to learn how to care for all living things. He now has around 500 plants at his Texas home. He developed his internet presence by connecting his observations in his garden to greater life lessons, and has been featured in the New York Times, Vogue, and the Los Angeles Times. When he is not in his garden, he is leading presentations, workshops, and seminars with Choice Forward. His first book, “How to Grow: Nurture Your Garden, Nurture Yourself,” (HarperOne, 2022) debuts May 24th.Book Description: In this transformative guide, TikTok's most popular gardener, Marcus Bridgewater—aka Garden Marcus—offers lessons for growth rooted in lessons from the plant world to help cultivate the soul.Marcus Bridgewater has been compared to Bob Ross and Mister Rogers for his soothing TikTok videos that relate botany to humanity. A gardener “who shares tips about caring for one's plants and oneself” (New York Times) and “is not only a trove of information if you're looking to flex your green thumb, but a balm for the pandemic-induced chaos happening in the world” (Vogue), his soothing observations on plants and life have made him a social media star. In caring for over 600 plants, Marcus has gained invaluable wisdom. Life inside us yearns to grow; like plants, humans maximize their potential when presented with the right conditions. Through care and attention, he reminds us, we can successfully cultivate growth. Centered on a trinity of wellbeing—Mental Health, Physical Fitness, and Spiritual Awareness, How to Grow weaves together insights from the garden with stories from Marcus's life to help you foster personal development. With lessons rooted in his experiences gardening—from how a replanted flourishing sweet potato vine is a reminder that all living things benefit from a change of scene, to how to embrace patience to foster growth—this inspiring guide helps you do “the dirty work” (pun intended) to discover kindness, patience, and positivity within. “We cannot make anything grow,” he advises. “But we can foster an environment where it may grow.”How to Grow isn't a gardening book. It is a self-help book that draws inspiration from the garden. Original, timely, and filled with nurturing wisdom, it takes perennial knowledge from plants to teach us about ourselves and opens our eyes to what we are capable of achieving.
Lisa is joined by Paul Conti, MD who talks about his book, Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic: How Trauma Works and How We Can Heal From It.Paul Conti, MD, is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his psychiatry training at Stanford and at Harvard, where he was appointed chief resident. He then served on the medical faculty at Harvard before moving to Portland, Oregon, and founding a clinic. Dr. Conti serves patients and clients throughout the United States and internationally, including the executive leadership of large corporations. He specializes in complex assessment and problem-solving, as well as both health and performance optimization. For more info, https://www.pacificpremiergroup.comBook description: A Journey Toward Understanding, Active Treatment, and Societal Prevention of TraumaImagine, if you will, a disease―one that has only subtle outward symptoms but can hijack your entire body without notice, one that transfers easily between parent and child, one that can last a lifetime if untreated. According to Dr. Paul Conti, this is exactly how society should conceptualize trauma: as an out-of-control epidemic with a potentially fatal prognosis.In Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic, Dr. Conti examines the most recent research, clinical best practices, and dozens of real-life stories to present a deeper and more urgent view of trauma. Not only does Dr. Conti explain how trauma affects the body and mind, he also demonstrates that trauma is transmissible among close family and friends, as well as across generations and within vast demographic groups.With all this in mind, Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic proposes a course of treatment for the seemingly untreatable. Here, Dr. Conti traces a step-by-step series of concrete changes that we can make both as individuals and as a society to alleviate trauma's effects and prevent further traumatization in the future.You will discover:• The different post-trauma syndromes, how they are classified, and their common symptoms• An examination of how for-profit health care systems can inhibit diagnosis and treatment of trauma• How social crises and political turmoil encourage the spread of group trauma• Methods for confronting and managing your fears as they arise in the moment• How trauma disrupts mental processes such as memory, emotional regulation, and logical decision-making• The argument for a renewed humanist social commitment to mental health and wellnessIt's only when we understand how a disease spreads and is sustained that we are able to create its ultimate cure. With Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic, Dr. Conti reveals that what we once considered a lifelong, unbeatable mental illness is both treatable and preventable.
Lisa is joined by Zoë Kors who talks about her book, Radical Intimacy: Cultivate the Deeply Connected Relationships You Desire and Deserve . Here is the book description:A narrative guide and practical methodology for nurturing and sustaining our relationships with ourselves, others, and the world.“With intimacy as the foundational principle of our existence, we can build a life based on what we truly need, not what we think we need or have been told we need. By embracing the practice of radical intimacy, I can confidently promise my readers a personal revolution of self-acceptance, appreciation, vitality, and confidence. And without fail, mind-blowing, soul-stirring, earth-shattering sex follows.”—Zoë KorsPart practical guide, part client stories, part personal narrative, Zoë Kors draws on her experience as a sex and intimacy coach, thought leader, and relationship writer in sharing her powerful and practical methodology for nurturing and sustaining our intimate relationships over time. She addresses the essential truth that is almost universally missed in discussions of sex and intimacy: We can meet each other only to the extent that we can meet ourselves. Kors guides the reader on a five‑part journey through nine areas of opportunity for deepening intimacy with themselves, their partner, and their world, inviting them to embrace emotional, physical, and energetic self‑mastery, which is required to skillfully relate with others. At the conclusion of each part, there are a collection of experiential exercises which support the reader in embodying the concepts they've just read. Voice-driven, accessible, and with the right amount of tough love, Radical Intimacy takes the mystery out of human connection. From academia and science to mysticism and self-development, Kors delivers a rich and varied understanding of human sexuality and intimacy through the lens of the body, brain, heart, spirit, and culture.
Lisa is joined by Bethany Netsova who shares why the BMI is BS, the dangers of diet culture, fat phobia in the society at large and in the medical establishment, bullying both as a kid and as a fat woman trying to workout at numerous gyms, and her incredible TikTok page. In Bethany's own words: I never intended to become a fat positive creator on TikTok, but through my own journey to radical self love and acceptance I realized I could love and supports others in similar bodies and journeys. Growing up fat, I never felt like I was allowed to love myself. It wasn't until I had a kid of my own that I realized if I wanted them to feel comfortable in their own skin and love themselves regardless of what the world tells them, they needed to see that in action and it had to start with me. My TikTok videos features stories from my past of growing up fat, experiences at the gym, and current issues that I still experience as a fat person. My hope is that others can see themselves in my stories and know they aren't alone, while educating those who haven't experienced fat phobia and show them what it's like to be a fat person living in today's society. TikTok name: blnetzer
Lisa is joined by Dr. Michael Haley, a chiropractor and health coach. He emphasizes a healthy lifestyle, a nutrient-dense diet as a means to achieve optimal well-being and is passionate about promoting the benefits of pure, raw Aloe vera for various health conditions and optimizing gut health. Dr. Haley talks with Lisa about aloe's potential use in a variety of health and wellness needs. Aloe may have applications for Crohn's, IBD, GERD, diabetes, immune system disorders, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, vaginal yeast and much more. Aloe also shows promise for helping shingles, acne, and other ailments. Many use it for their pets…including aloe for horse health! Dr. Haley's health principles are based on science and tradition. Dr. Haley owns and operates Stockton Aloe 1, makers and distributors of 100% pure raw aloe vera gel health drink and aloe vera personal care products. He also maintains his private practice as owner and physician at Agape Chiropractic in Pompano Beach, Florida. He is an expert on phytonutrition and superfoods. He graduated from the University of Tampa and went on to Life College of Chiropractic where he earned his Doctorate in 1995. He is known by his colleagues as "Organic Mike" for his teachings in the area of organic chemistry and nutrition.