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Making conscious choices that promote and maintain vitality in all areas of your life.

Making conscious choices that promote and maintain vitality in all areas of your life.
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Making conscious choices that promote and maintain vitality in all areas of your life.




Mom Hacks with Dr. Darria Gillespie

Taking the lessons she learned from her bout with arthritis plus the mentality that lets her feel competent in her work as an ER doctor, Dr. Darria Long Gillespie created a system so that she and every other woman out there can handle anything in the world and say, “I’ve got this.” She joins the show […]


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Fat Positivity, And The Perils Of Living In A Diet-Focused Culture with Julie Duffy Dillon

Noted dietician Julie Duffy Dillon discusses new and more holistic approaches to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome using weight inclusive approaches. She also talks about weight stigma and how it contributes to the development of eating disorders. The podcast also includes a discussion of what a "food peace" journey is all about - including how to take […]


Women’s Health And Fitness with Ali Watts

Ali Watts shares her own personal journey to health and fitness including what's she's learned about exercise and nutrition. She talks about empowering women to get fit and live the lives they truly desire. Ali also discusses why women's hormones, age, and nutritional and emotional needs make them unique and why the usual approaches to […]


Mom Hacks: Science-Backed Shortcuts to Reclaim Your Body, Raise Awesome Kids, And Be Unstoppable with Dr. Darria Long Gillespie

Why is it generally accepted that motherhood comes at the expense of our health - with all that weight gain, fatigue, and exhaustion? It doesn’t have to be that way. What if your baby AND you could thrive together? You can be the mother and woman you want to be, and with Mom Hacks, you […]


Food And Money – Part 2: Why You Might Be Binging On Both with Francine Rogers

Francine Rogers returns to discuss more about the connection between food and money, the common underlying causes and how adversity in childhood can set you up for money problems and food issues. Francine talks about the meaning of debt and why being in denial is common in food and money issues.


The Food – Mood Connection: How What We Eat Can Help Prevent And Treat Mental Health Issues with Kristin Kirkpatrick

Why is that what you eat is so important to our overall mental health? My guest, Kristin Kirkpatrick - President of KAK Consulting, LLC and a dietitian and consultant of Wellness Nutrition Services - discusses the importance of food in dealing with mental health issues. She talks about which vitamins and minerals support mood and […]


Why Does Exercising Seem So Difficult? with Joey Atlas

Joey Atlas shares his struggles with food as a child and then later as an adult competitive bodybuilder. Teased about his weight as a child, he found that sports enabled him to get in better shape but also started him on a downward spiral of food restricting alternating with binging. Over time, he realized he […]


Overcoming Anxiety And Surviving Trauma with Matthew Pappas

Anxiety and survivor coach Matthew Pappas is a survivor of childhood trauma and, because of this, struggled with food, body image issues, and relationships throughout most of his life. A "light bulb" moment in a therapy session enabled him to recognize how what had happened to him as a child had led to many of […]


The Power And Grace Of Women’s Spirituality with Mary Faulkner

The way we are in the world, not often do we find women as the subject of spirituality. Generally, spirituality came as more political in our past and has always been of men. Changing that and placing a light on women in the picture is Mary Faulkner, pioneer in the field of mind-body healing as […]


Why We Burnout And How To Revive From It with Dr. Joan Borysenko

We are living in an age of information overload. There are just too many things that are served on our plate that we don’t know what to do anymore. We find ourselves, in the end, burning out. Dr. Joan Borysenko shares her latest book, Fried: Why You Burn Out and How to Revive and goes […]


Changing Realities Through Consciousness with Eva Herr

There is so much to healing that people have yet to explore. Eva Herr shares the role consciousness plays in that. Eva is a medical intuitive luminary, author, and radio host. She talks about the possibilities of being able to change our realities with only our thoughts and how we can heal our body if […]


Misdiagnosing ADHD And ADHD Natural Remedies with Dr. Sanford Newmark

It is said that one in every ten children in America is diagnosed with ADHD. Going deeper into this finding is Dr. Sanford Newmark who talks about instances of misdiagnosis of ADHD to children by parents, teachers, and even people in the medical field. Dr. Newmark is a clinical professor in the Department of Pediatrics […]


Kids Beyond The Limits Of Their Developmental Delays with Anat Baniel

Anat Baniel, clinical psychologist and founder of Anat Baniel Method® NeuroMovement®, talks about the work she does with children who have developmental delays, from autism and Asperger’s to brain damage and attention deficit. Anat's book, Kids Beyond Limits: The Anat Baniel Method for Awakening the Brain and Transforming the Life of Your Child With Special […]


Financial Vitality: Mastering Our Inner Game with T. Harv Eker

As much as we would like to hide it, there is this association between being rich and evil. There are so many negative things surrounding money that people fail to realize that you can actually be rich and still be kind. This is what T. Harv Eker - internationally acclaimed speaker, the original founder of […]


Changing Your Relationship With Food: Beyond The Potato Diet with Andrew Taylor

Known as the potato diet guy, Andrew Taylor tells us how he came up with the Spud Fit Challenge and the benefits he found with that. In 2016, he set off and went the entire year eating only potatoes. Coming off from a dark period of his life eating junk foods, he started to reframe […]


The Partnership Between Intuition And Dreams with Dr. Marcia Emery

It has become easy to disregard the subject of dreams in our lives. Most of the time we forget about them. Dreams could actually reveal something much deeper about our lives. Dr. Marcia Emery, author and pioneer in the field of applied intuition, takes this and pairs it with intuition. She talks about the partnership […]


Correcting Your Food Choices And Eating Habits with Tracy McCormick

The biggest misconception people have nowadays is that to be healthy means having to give up on eating delicious foods. Tracy McCormick, also known as Princess Know It All, believes otherwise. Tracy promotes taking better care of our health by having the right food choices and eating habits. She shares her own personal journey about […]


Dr. James Greenblatt on The Effects Of Nutritional Deficiencies To Mental Illness And Disorders

There has been a lot of frustration among clinicians and even patients about the effectiveness of medications as the core treatment approach in psychiatry. In fact, recent research has shown that the medicines for depression and many other disorders are not helping as much as we would have liked or hoped. Dr. James Greenblatt delves […]


Naturally Reversing Heart Disease with Dr. Decker Weiss

Much of the solutions in the medical world tend to focus on the treatment of the symptoms and not the underlying causes. Bringing his insights to that, particularly from a naturopathic physician and cardiologist perspective, is Dr. Decker Weiss. Starting by giving us a background on how significant it is to be the first naturopathic […]


Taking Down Obesity Myths with Dr. Linda Bacon

Much of what we think we know about our weight are actually false beliefs built on a number of stereotypes and ideas the society has created. In the midst of this, we live in a world where we usually think people in larger bodies are considered unhealthy. There is this rampant fear of becoming bigger […]