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Lindsey is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Her stories and tips have been featured on the Liza Oz Show, MindBodyGreen and CBS News. She is also one of the leading contributors on ehow.com. When she’s not drinking kale smoothies, you can find her writing, speaking and rapping about self-love.
Interested in doing what Lindsey does? Want to learn all about how you can live a heathier life or transform your passion into your career? Check out this site for more information on the Institute for Integrative Nutrition:
Also receive a free copy of my book, Self-Coach Your Way to More Energy when you sign up in full for the course!
Email me here for your free copy, upon confirmed enrollment: edie [@] smashon.com
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Class start dates are 9/15, 10/20, and 1/12. Get started today!
We're excited to have Dr. Chas Gant back on our show today!
Dr Chas is fresh off the stage from the Integrative Health Conference where he spoke on integrative cancer treatments. Today he'll be sharing this information with us.
"A problem in most conventional cancer treatment is that so much attention is devoted to treating the specific cancer that the overall care of the individual often takes a back seat. This is certainly understandable. How hard can you work and where do you focus your limited resources?"
Listen in to hear more...
This is the audio accompaniment for the power point presentation for the Bastyr University Nutrition Principles Class. The power point itself is on the Moodle and can be downloaded. This audio will indicate which slide we are on.
Host Dana Laake and her special guest Rebecca Snow will be discussing integrative nutrition.
Rebecca Snow, MS, CNS, LDN, RH (AHG), is a practicing nutritionist and herbalist. Her passion for using foods and herbs to support health was sparked in 1998, leading her to study at the Dreamtime Center and later at the Tai Sophia Institute. In her practice, she has gained a wealth of clinical experience with complex health concerns. Rebecca has played an integral role in the launch of the Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health program at Tai Sophia and currently serves as the program director.
It's FIT Friday and time for some FOOD for Thought in honor of National Nutrition Wareness Month. Our word for the week is Destiny and we've discussed how our vision (or lack thereof) effects it. Today we discuss practical insights to helping you maintain good vision health for life. No matter what the age, we have tips and ideas to keeping your eyes healthy.
Fruits and vegetables are at the top of our list. But nothing boring. As Spring emerges we'll talk about fun recipes that kids and adults alike will love.
Recipes, resources and highlights will be on our blog & Pinterest.
Join Chaplain Jones, Nancy Smith, LaShanda Lewis, Crystal Bates and Patrina Smalls.
This week #TeamChaplain will hightlight women who have impact their lives through a life of legacy making history.
March is National Women’s History Month. There is a website dedicated to Women's History http://www.nwhp.org/2015-national-womens-history-month-honorees/. 2015 is the National Women’s History Project’s 35th Anniversary. In celebration of this landmark anniversary, They have chosen 9 women as 2015 Honorees who have contributed in very special ways to our work of “writing women back into history.”
TeamChaplain will also share their fitness and nutrition goals and accomplishments for the month of March.
“This book is a story about my own journey as a medical doctor toward creative integrative medicine. It is about my passion to promote changes in the health-care systems and medical schools that will lead to a greater understanding of the true nature of the human being and assist us in reaching our greatest potential through healing on all levels.”
“It is now time to redefine a form of medicine based on the new scientific model of understanding of the universe according to quantum physics — a creative integrative medicine. Doing so will be the key to solving the current health-care crisis, and it will lead to a new vision of integrative health care based not on disease but on the full potential of the individual. Our understanding of the human body will expand to include the body’s subtle energy systems and the mental and emotional connections to the physical body. How the mind works can be explored from a nondualistic viewpoint, compared to the dualistic philosophy used today. It will open the door to creative new approaches to healing that have the opportunity to solve problems still unresolved by conventional medicine, specifically in the areas of chronic and degenerative diseases.”
Over the past few weeks we have focused our attention to our heart. On today's broadcast we focus our attention to our mind - the captain of our central nervous system. We will take a look at how nutrition is linked everything from our memory to our emotional health.
Also on today's broadcast we will discuss our perceptions of food. Did you know that more Christians are overweight, even obese, than the general public? What kind of testimony is that? How does that honor God?
Romans 12:1 and 2 tells us that we are to "present our bodies a living sacrifice" and that we are to be "transformed by the renewing of our minds." Is this just about the spiritual? No, God is concerned about every aspect of our lives.
There are certain nutrients that our brain needs in order to be renewed, revived, and healthy.
The Nutrition-Complexion Connection is important to understand and address. Join us today, as our Health Guru, Beverly Nadler, covers this very important subject.
Skin problems, especially acne, affect our appearance and therefore, our self-esteem. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 85 percent of Americans experience acne at some point in their lives, 40 to 50 million people have it at any given time, and Americans spend over $2 billion per year treating and preventing it. 62% of acne patients are adults and most are women. Statistics in other countries are not much different. Until recently most dermatologists believed diet has no effect on acne or any skin problem. But is that really true? Find out how you can eat your way to clearer, healthier skin. Find out what healthy products to use that are safe and effective for your skin.
TWU welcomes Sobia Khan to the radio show!
Sobia Khan is a professor in food and nutrition at the Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts (CHCA) at George Brown College (GBC) in Toronto, Ontario Canada. She is also a registered dietitian and has worked in various areas relating to nutrition prevention and management of diabetes such as the Diabetes Comprehensive Care program at St. Michael’s Hospital.
Sobia obtained her bachelor of science in biology and pharmacology at McMaster University. She then completed her dietetic internship at The Hospital for Sick Children and her master of science in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto. Sobia is the author of a new multicultural diabetes cookbook titled "150 Best Indian, Asian, Caribbean and More Diabetes Recipes".
Betancourt Nutrition was recognized as bodybuilding.com's nutritional company of the month as well as one of the featured products in The Vitamin Shoppe's chain
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