I believe that good health also includes having a dynamic and fulfilling life. Finding and nurturing your passions is as important as exercising and eating right.
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FL: What prompted you to write Goddesses Never Age?
CN: Like my earlier books, Women’s Bodies Women’s Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause, I wrote Goddesses Never Age after a fairly long period of introspection, action, and research. The material for Goddesses Never Age was born out of the ashes of my divorce at midlife, and my subsequent desire to reinvent myself. At the time I was confronted with the cultural belief that my best years were behind me, and that women over the age of 50 aren’t as desirable or attractive. I realize this all sounds melodramatic, but I was concerned that I would never find love, that I would be alone forever.
The Food Babe, Vani Hari, is a revolutionary food activist and the author of a new book called The Food Babe Way. I sat down to interview her about her food investigations, GMO’s in processed foods, and changes to the food industry in America.
Whether or not your New Year’s resolution was about slimming down, we can all take the opportunity for a fresh start when it comes to our approach to health.
See my interview with Dr. Manny Alvarez at Fox News, highlighting a few easy changes you can make this year, from my new book, “The New Health Rules.”
This talk was banned by Ted because he exposes the dogmas of science, which are the default worldview of the mainstream science world.
Here are the 10 dogmas he has found to exist within mainstream science today.
A lot of the recipes in the book are based on dishes and meals that I cook all the time! Nothing fussy or fancy here – just simple, delicious and yummy food without too many ingredients or steps. I try to put a serving of something green on the dinner table every night – and it almost always happens.
Happy New Year to all – and Happy New You!
Tis’ the season of resolutions, of changes big and small. Time to brush up on your healthy living skills – and perhaps learn a few new ones. To help you do that, I’m kicking off 2015 with the January 6 publication of my new book, The New Health Rules: Simple Changes to Achieve Whole-body Wellness. It’s my personal compendium of integrative health’s wisest mantras.
Here are 10 great YouTube music videos from this year. With the World Cup this year in Brazil, I had to start with this catchy song by Santana and Wyclef. Next up is one of my favorite videos of the year, a catchy song that took Africa by storm. I love this version of Rodriguez’s “Sugar Man” by Dave Matthews and as he points out before he sings the song, we all grew up in South Africa on this song. Michael Franti’s powerful call for peace between police and communities is vey moving and then there are always the Playing For Change peeps who make the most wonderful videos. The last few are videos of some of my favorite songs of the year. Hope you enjoy these and a Happy Healthy New Year to you.
In the introduction to her new book, The Grain Free Family Table, author Carrie Vitt shares the inspiring story of her sudden and debilitating health crisis and the nutrition-based path to healing which restored her health. Diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and struggling to detox heavy metals from her body, Carrie embarked on a strict, grain-free diet, following the recommendations of her nutritionist. Over time, Carrie’s health gradually improved, and she ultimately reversed her auto-immune disease.
At the end of every year I put out 2 CD’s of my favorite tracks. This year, on the first CD there is a mix of my favorite new songs of this year from around the world. The 2nd CD, “The Covers” contains some beautiful cover versions by various artists doing covers of some classic songs. Hope you enjoy them as much as I have.
Whether we are conscious of it or not, sound surrounds us virtually every moment of the day. There are good sounds – ones that soothe, calm, heal, energize or simply make us smile – and those which have the opposite effect, stressing both body and mind – think sirens, jackhammers, lawnmowers and so on. With its power to create both positive and negative responses throughout the body, it’s important to be conscious of the types of sound we’re exposing ourselves to every day.