In this video, we give you a glimpse into our lives in 2020. How did we get through? About happened to our pod events? How did we survive COVID-19?
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Currently Kristine works with adolescents, adults, and couples. Navigating life can be difficult. Therapy is a way to gain insight into our troubles so we can make more meaningful decisions about our responses to difficult situations. Kristine practices psychodynamic psychotherapy while pulling in the ideas of several other types of therapies.
Kathy Davis, is a plant-based lifestyle coach, recipe developer, and CEO of VegInspired, where she helps people successfully transition to a plant-based diet with practical tips, strategies, and easy & delicious recipes without added stress in the kitchen.
Alisa bloom is a registered dietician who has had her share of food sensitivities. She has suffered with brain fog, bloating, digestive ups and downs, aches and pains, weight resistance and food cravings. using evidence based research she discovered the root cause of food and chemical sensitivities that were wreaking havoc on her immune system. Understanding the origin of inflammation has become Alisa's life passion, she works to help others who suffer from these symptoms feel better,. She gets to the root cause by incorporating food as medicine and the right forms of vitamins, minerals and supplements for realistic, effective and lasting change.
Catharine Arnston is an expert in algae nutrition, a wellness thought leader, an experienced entrepreneur, and sought after speaker. She has an MBA, BA Hons and is a Board Certified Health Coach. Catharine's journey into the fascinating world of algae began in 2008 when her younger sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and advised by her oncologist that an alkaline diet would improve her healing.
And in this episode, we speak with Alan Twigg about his book titled, "And Suddenly Everything Changed". We will talk about the inspiration behind that book and how Alan became plant based himself. Alan was also inspired to write his book because of his own father's heart disease. The objective of the story is to reveal the hidden unhealthy truths about the typical Western diet, about animal agriculture, the impacts of dietary choices on the environment, and ultimately to encourage and motivate everyday people to consider veganism.
For years, Dr. Suzannah Bozzone was prescribing medicine which she herself would not have taken. She grew frustrated by the seemingly incurable state of our most prevalent, deadly and costly chronic diseases. Then she found Lifestyle Medicine, which is not only strongly evidence-based, but resonated with her desire to treat herself, her family and her patients more in accordance with nature’s guidance and, most importantly, addressing diseases from their root causes, rather than covering up symptoms. Best of all, this method empowers patients, rather than dictating dependence on our pharmaceutically-driven medical system.
Walk with a Doc was started in 2005 by Dr. David Sabgir, a cardiologist in Columbus, Ohio. Frustrated with his inability to affect behavior change in the clinical setting, Dr. Sabgir invited his patients to go for a walk with him at a local park on a spring Saturday morning. To his surprise, over 100 people showed up, energized and ready to move.
Randy Titony is from Oklahoma City and is the director of marketing for the Scott Sabolich Prosthetics company. We met in a few years ago, when Dr. Riz’s office went over to tour their Dallas facility. Later we would learn that Randy had been featured in the documentary Eating You Alive.
Dr. Vanessa Méndez is a double board certified gastroenterologist and internist. She specializes in digestive disorders, which include liver disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and nutrition based-disorders, such as obesity and constipation. Her approach to patients and their diseases is holistic and comprehensive; her goal is not just to treat the symptoms, but to get to the root cause of an ailment and provide lasting relief. She provides an evidence-based approach to her practice and focuses on lifestyle changes first to promote wellness.
Sheanne has a wonderful weight loss journey story. At one point was weighing close to 300 pounds and then she discovered a video by Dr. John McDougall called The Perils of Dairy. This changed her entire perspective on how she ran her household. The family went along with the changes and Sheanne and Dan were looking great and feeling great. Then two years later, Dan discovered that he had stage 4 kidney cancer.
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