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Special Guest Speaker: Chikita Brown Mann. Author of the book: "Identity Crisis: Establish and Maintain Your Identity In "Christ".
Toxic emotions of fear, sorrow, envy, jealousy and anger dredge up stories from your childhood or previous relationships. These old stories are superimposed onto the current moment and relationship, and that specific toxic neural network is reinforced in your brain.Expressing anger in reasonable ways can be healthy, but explosive people who hurl objects and yell at others frequently may be at greater risk for heart disease. Prolonged bouts of anger can take the toll on the body in the form of high blood pressure, stress, anxiety, headaches and poor circulation. Research also shows that even one five-minute episode of anger is so stressful that it can impair your immune system for more than six hours. All of these health issues can lead to more serious problems such as heart attacks and stroke.
Al Diaz and co-host Cindy Holbrook share their insights on Your Toxic Relationship Dance.
Friday, February 5th 10am PST
Topic: This feels normal to me. For the most part it's always been this way. How do I know if I'm in a toxic relationship?
Host Al Diaz: An acclaimed and internationally recognized Visionary, Transformational Guide, and Change Agent as an International Keynote Speaker, Author, Film Producer, and online Radio Host.
Co-host: Known as the Compassionate Divorce Coach, Cindy Holbrook supports women (and men too!) as they traverse the emotional roller-coaster of divorce to heal as they let go of the past and rebuild their life with less stress, more confidence and clarity. Her unique approach to deal with the liars, cheaters, crazy bitches and assholes has helped thousands to find and nurture the right relationships that are needed in order to create a happy and fulfilling next chapter in life. Cindy is a Certified Divorce Coach®, author and speaker. She draws on her personal experience of divorcing after a 20 year mentally abusive marriage, as well as that of thousands of men and women that she has helped. Her passion is to inspire tens of thousands of women to discover and fall in love with their own magnificent inner-goddess!
To contact Al Diaz personally: firstname.lastname@example.org
Statins – Millions of people on taking Statin drugs. Now the news reports that Statins are bad for you, they reduce muscle mass and function (including your heart), cause fatigue, brain fog, liver and cell damage. Are you at risk? Join us on Happy Hour, Tuesday Jan 5th as we demonstrate one of our public softwares, DISTURBING LIVER.
Interesting article - http://wholehealthchicago.com/2014/12/22/how-to-get-off-statins/
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Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Cheryl Burdette, ND, will discuss the far-reaching effects of stress on adrenal health.
Cheryl K. Burdette, ND, received her Doctor of Naturopathy degree from Bastyr University in 2001. She completed her residency at Cancer Treatment Centers of America and the Family Health and Wellness Center. She has lectured internationally, and believes that education is a critical component of empowering others on their journey to wellness. Dr. Burdette has been a member of Xymogen’s Medical Board of Advisors since 2009.
Please join us this Thursday, January 21, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST for a live show with host Denise Messenger. Our special guest is Dr Gil Kajiki. He is the founder of the Valley Thyroid Institute. He graduated from the Pasadena College of Chiropractic and has been a chiropractor for 30 years. The main focus of his practice is thyroid and Auto Immune conditions.
Through working with his patients he developed the Kajiki Protocol for determining thyroid and autoimmune issues with a particular concentration on Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. He offers his patients answers and protocols to improve thyroid function and overall health.
With his roots in chiropractic-biophysics, Dr. Kajiki was busy helping patients in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California with their spinal structural corrective care when his wife became ill with what at first appeared to be Epstein Barr.
As he watched his wife’s health deteriorate under the care of several doctors, Dr. Kajiki began a relentless search for answers to why his healthy wife could become so ill and yet no one seemed to know how to care for her. After more than two years of tests, medication, B12 shots, and finally hospitalization, it was her husband and not her medical provider who came to her rescue.
After countless hours of study, consultation with colleagues, and testing, Dr. Kajiki diagnosed his wife with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, an autoimmune condition that attacks the thyroid. He spent the next several months treating her autoimmune condition through natural supplements, lifestyle modifications, and dietary changes. She is now symptom free and doesn’t take any thyroid medication. Dr. Kajiki has an educational 5 DVD series of self-help for patients with chronic thyroid problems called “The Thyroid Mystery Solved”. You asked for it and we deliver!
Erin Switalski, Executive Director, Women’s Voices for the Earth
All those in favor of a toxic free future, please say “aye.” Ready for this to start your new year off healthy? Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) was formed by a group of visionary women leaders in Missoula, Montana in 1995. Seeing that many environmental organizations at the time failed to include women in leadership positions and did not fully recognize the systemic connections between health, class, race, and the environment, WVE sought to create a new environmental organization led by women. Their incredibly important mission? To amplify women’s voices to eliminate the toxic chemicals that harm our health and communities. Imagine that! Plan to join us because our health matters – men, women, and children! This show made possible due to the generous support of The Fairfax Companies.
class, consumer behavior, corporate practice, environment, government policy, leadership, race, toxins, women in leadership
Despite exploding popularity, there is only so much room for technology providers in the telehealth and collaboration markets, according to Dan Klanderman, Senior Solutions Architect for Iron Bow Technologies. He predicts continued consolidation through acquisitions and even market exits in 2016.
To avoid being stuck with an obsolete technology, Klanderman suggests investing in collaboration technology from a long-term perspective. “Interoperability is key,” he said, and advises avoiding working with technology providers that create siloes or offer technology that doesn’t work well with other technology.
“Some providers actually design technology as a walled garden,” he shared. “I recommend avoiding that and finding technology that is interoperable with what you already have with a manufacturer that is committed to interoperability.”
Klanderman says that because hospitals, researchers and others in the industry must be able to reach out seamlessly to patients and each other, interoperability is key to growing with the market. He also pointed out that, like in the tech world, acquisitions and mergers are common in the healthcare industry. “You are just one acquisition away from becoming a multi-vendor environment,” he explained.
As a result, his motto for 2016 is to invest in a collaboration solution that can flex and grow with you.
Hear the entire podcast with Klanderman here.
Please join us Thursday, February 4, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST for a live show with host Denise Messenger. Our special guest is Jocelyne Eberstein, L.Ac.,O.M.D. She is the owner of the Private Practice, The eCenter, in Los Angeles, California. She founded the eCenter in 1990. As a licensed acupuncturist and Doctor of Chinese Medicine, she also holds a B.S. in Nuclear Medicine Technology from the University of Cincinnati. She incorporates both Eastern wisdom along with Western science and techniques to bring her clients to good health and wellbeing. We will be discussing the importance of sleep and why with long term sleep depreviation, it can have negative affects on one's health. You asked for it and we deliver!
On this week's show we will be talking about creating a supporting environment. Grass only grows when the conditions and/or environment are supporting it to grow,
We are going to be talking about creating a supporting environment. We are also going to be talking about what is your environment conditioned to create now and how we can change it,
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Ep #402 – My Yearly Health Maintenance Schedule, Why Sugar Is Toxic, Benefits Of Donating Blood, Hon
In this #FFAF402 episode we discuss lots of health issues. As most of you know by now we cannot ever give “medical” advice on the air during the shows, or via email or our social media accounts. We wouldn’t want to anyway. I don’t believe there are such conditions as “medical” conditions. The medical industry […]
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President and founder of The League of DADs and host of The League of DADs Talk Radio Christopher Smith talk about the side effects of being a child support payee. In this episode Christopher Smith will tell dads don't finance the pain of a payee make your family feel it!
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