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  • 00:33

    Mindful Eating with Author Annie Mahon, Circle Yoga

    in Self Help

    Annie Mahon joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Show to discuss Mindful Eating.  Annie is a yoga and mindfulness teacher and founder of the Circle Yoga Cooperative and DC Yoga Week. She is also an ordained lay Buddhist minister, licensed massage therapist and is active in much of the grassroots community yoga and mindfulness activities in the Washington, D.C. area. Annie writes a mindfulness blog at rawmindfulness.com and recently published her second book entitled, Things I Did When I Was Hangry:  Navigating a Peaceful Relationship with Food. Visit http://circleyoga.com and http://rawmindfulness.com.

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  • 00:47

    Beyond Gluten Free: Mindful Eating with Leah Jorgensen

    in Health

    Leah Jorgensen had a career in the wine industry, surrounded by rich, gourmet food, when she was diagonsed with celiac disease.  

    She had to take a step back to consider her relationship with food, while she worked with her practitioners to heal her gut.  

    Leah already had a long-standing interest in nutrition and she eventually became a Certified Holistic Nutritionist through the Wellspring School for Healing Arts.  And she has her own wine label!

    On this episode, we'll cover:

    What is celiac disease?
    How is it diagnosed?
    Is gluten free a fad?
    What is mindful eating?
    How can we begin to eat mindfully?

    Find out more about Leah below:

    w: www.strongasoaknutrition.com

    w:   www.leahjorgensencellars.com

    f: facebook.com/StrongAsOakHolisticNutrition
    t: twitter.com/LeahJorgensenOR

    Please visit our site @ bridgitdanner.com, and choose our Ten Tips of Gratitude Guide or our Clear Path to Fertility free at our home page!

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  • 00:40

    The 5 Myths of Mindful Eating

    in Self Help

    Join me for an interview with dietitian, Karen Scheuner, to learn about The 5 Myths of Mindful Eating:

    Myth #1: Mindful eating is simply "eating slowly, without any distractions."

    Myth # 2
    Mindful eating is just another new (weight loss) fad.

    Myth # 3
    Mindful eating is too hard/I can’t do it.

    Myth # 4
    Mindful eating takes too long/I don’t have time for it.

    Myth # 5
    Mindful eating is too new age-y or spiritual.

    Karen Scheuner is a dietitian that specializes in all forms of disordered eating and eating disorders. She has been in private practice since 2004 in the bay area. She is most passionate about teaching the principals of mindful and intuitive eating: www.mindful-nutrition.com.

    Disclaimer: None of the opinions or statements on this show are meant to be professional advice. Do not substitute the dialogue of this show for a qualified mental health professional or medical professional. The purpose of SIGNE'S WEIGH is to educate and bring things to your attention, not be your therapist.

  • 00:30

    Annie Mahon: Mindful Eating

    in Relationships

    In THINGS I DID WHEN I WAS HANGRY: Navigating a Peaceful Relationship with Food, Annie Mahon shares her journey toward a healthy and mindful relationship with food. After years of struggling with negative body image, eating disorders, and food-related anxiety, Annie tells a story we all know of growing up in a culture that constantly pressures us to be thinner while simultaneously encouraging us to eat more.

    Today we’re going to talk about how to apply mindfulness practices to change the way you eat, cooks, and think about food for the better. Annie’s story serves as a guide for anyone who is searching for a healthier and more mindful relationship with eating. Her website is www.rawindfulness.com.

  • 00:29

    Mindful Eating & Wellness

    in Self Help

    Our first show of 2013 explores the important topic of  Mindful Eating. We may hear a lot about this topic and wonder what it means and how it can help you nourish yourself better. Megrette Fletcher, registered dietitian and mindful eating expert, joins us to discuss how eating mindfully works. 

  • 00:34

    Replay: Mindful Eating with Chef Phillip Dell

    in Lifestyle

    Join the Shift with Skip as he interviews Chef Phillip Dell, episode winner on The Food Network's hit show Chopped.  Tune into this episode to hear his personal story of transformation and inspiration on how to shift your body, mind and spirit by eating mindfully.  Don't forget to drop by Theshift-radio.com for more information on up comming events!

  • 00:40

    The Mother's Day Show/Mindful Eating

    in Lifestyle

    Join the Shift Agents, Ana and Skip, as they interview celebrity chef, spiritual counselor, and author of Sweet and Savory, Gwen Kenneally. This week's topic is mindful eating, as we celebrate mothers everywhere.  Don't forget to visit our new website, www.theshift-radio.com, where you can connect, ask us questions, and find out the latest information on ways to transform your life. Happy Mothers Day!

  • 01:00

    #1417 Mindful Eating: The Ultimate Diet

    in Nutrition

    Lisa Schmidt, THE Mindful Nutritionist, shares the secret to reaching your ideal weight without giving up the foods you love. Learn how mindful eating really is the ultimate diet!

  • 01:01

    Yes, Yes, Nannette! … Mindful Eating: New You in 30 Days … on Read My Lips Radio

    in Lifestyle

    Read My Lips host akaRadioRed brings you lively, unscripted, spontaneous, non-canned interviews with interesting new authors on a range of lifestyle-related topics. Listen LIVE on Mondays 7-8 pm/Eastern or anytime on-demand.


    Nannette Nocon, a naturalized American citizen born in the Philippines, immigrated to the US in 1976 with her mother and 4 siblings, four years after her father died. To finance her education, Nannette got college application fee waivers, scholarships, grants and worked. She graduated from Cornell University at age 19 and became a financial adviser at 22. Living the American Dream of business success, Nannette is also the author of the Yum & Yuk children’s books: What’s UP With Yuk? (wordless book about making choices); A Book of Characters, (alphabet book of values); When the Sun Goes Down (Halloween book with musical score and movie); Yum and Yuk, duck, duck, duck (counting book in 12 languages). www.whatsupwithyuk.com www.nannettenocon.com.


    Karen Mayo, author of Mindful Eating: 30 Days to a Whole New You, is a Board Certified Integrative Nutrition Health & Lifestyle Coach. Her career path includes bartender, sous chef, model, actress, licensed real estate agent, home mortgage banker, executive recruiter. Topics: Beauty benefits hiding in your green smoothie drink: 5 key foods to look younger longer. What got you to 60, will not get you to 100:  Making 5 small changes in eating will make a big difference in living longer. Mindless vs. Mindful Eating. 7 healthy ways to eat on the go. www.karenmayo.net

  • 00:30

    We're Turning into God's What?

    in Technology

    Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon pose the question: rather than asking what it means to become gods, maybe we should focus on a more basic question. How do we become (fully) human?

    The Immortality Upgrade

    Is the Mormon Transhumanist Association working out the roadmap to godhood?

    Google's chief futurist Ray Kurzweil thinks we could start living forever by 2029

    But even before 2045, Kurzweil thinks we could begin the deathless process.

    Why Physicists Are Saying Consciousness Is A State Of Matter, Like a Solid, A Liquid Or A Gas

    The experimental diet that mimics a rare genetic mutation

    Novelty and the Brain: Why New Things Make Us Feel So Good

    Craig Venter's new longevity startup will make "100 the new 60"

    Join us!

    WT 156-462



  • 03:05

    Tearing down of Strongholds/Dr Pat Holliday/Dr Sabrina Sessions/Marshall Perot

    in Religion

    The tearing down of Strongholds

    A stronghold is deception that's taken hold in a person's mind. It's an incorrect thinking pattern based on a believed lie. People can get incorrect perceptions of God by listening to Satan as he tells them how God doesn't love them, etc. People can feel like dirty old sinners when they believe Satan's accusations as he continually reminds them of their past (which has been washed away!). Strongholds are based on lies from the devil. They can come in the form of deception or accusations. Accusations always lead to guilt and the feeling of unworthiness, which weighs you down and tears you apart spiritually.

    If the enemy has been feeding us a lie, we need to stop eating the lie and start feeding ourselves the truth. The weapon we use to tear down strongholds is found in Ephesians 6:17, "...the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God." A sword is an offensive weapon and is meant to tear down and kill the enemy's troops. Strongholds are the devil's assets in war, and he uses them against us. Take up the sword of the Spirit (God's Word) today, and start slaughtering the enemy's assets that he's been using against you!

    The teaching on Strongholds will give you a much better understanding of how strongholds work and how to tear them down.

    Satan the god of this World

     The Devil doesn’t need to attack those who are lost because they are headed for destruction and they are already on the broad path that leads there and many, not a few, are going down that path (Matt 7:13-14).