Deborah Vidal welcomes Justin Ehrlich to the Vidal Speaks Show. This episode is the first part of a conversation about how Chinese medicine and acupuncture can contribute to our bodies in the process of healing in an integrative manner, by treating people and not isolated symptoms.
Kate Kordsmeier is a food journalist turned real food expert after her own chronic health issues (PCOS, Hypothyroidism, Leaky Gut) catapulted her into a long journey of trying to heal her body naturally. Kate shares her own experience dealing with illness and medications that affected her health dramatically, and how she brought back her health through changing her diet radically. As a food journalist, Kate claims that healthy can be delicious. Be inspired by this succulent episode and transform your health, starting with your diet!
Get ready for a journey through all the detoxification systems contained in our bodies, learning how they work and which are the signs they give us when they are not functioning properly. Most people have no idea how good their body is designed to feel and many have never experienced that, listen to this podcast and start getting closer to a healthier you!
This is the first of four episodes where Vidal focuses on detoxing, teaching about toxins, and how we can safely detox our bodies from these poisons. She is sharing her story, a path of health struggles and detox, of research and testing. Vidal shares all her true mentors so you, too, can learn from them.
Ken Cook, president and co-founder of Environmental Working Group, is widely recognized as one of the environmental community’s most prominent and influential critics of industrial agriculture, U.S. food and farm policy, and the nation’s broken approach to protecting families and children from toxic substances.
This week Vidal decided to bring Martha Rosenberg back into her show. Along with her investigations about food, Martha also has much research into the medical industry. This time the audience will be enlightened about hormone imbalances and the truth about the drugs doctors are using to treat women and men.
This time Vidal has an amazing conversation with Martha Rosenberg, who will put light on the reality behind the meat we are eating. Martha Rosenberg is a nationally-recognized investigative health reporter, whose food and drug exposé, Born with a Junk Food Deficiency, won an American Society of Journalists and Authors honorable mention. Rosenberg has appeared on CSPAN, National Public Radio, and lectured at the medical school and university levels.
April Danannis a medical intuitive, who is in her essence a person deeply committed to fully understanding her body, mind, and soul on the deepest levels. Guided solely by her intuition, she has learned to place all her trust, faith, hope, and belief into her body. She believes that her spiritual journey will take her where she is destined to go. With absolute certainty, she knows her body can heal itself without drugs.
Today I’m pleased to once again be talking with Lani Muelrath. Lani has been vegetarian/vegan since 1973, when she also started teaching yoga and began a meditation practice. The ethical considerations of treatment of animals, the environment, and health were natural outgrowths of these practices. Lani is truly an expert on adopting a mindful, vegan lifestyle, and I hope you enjoy this interview with her!
Dr. Kristin Neff studied communications as an undergraduate at the University of California at Los Angeles. She did her graduate work at University of California at Berkeley, studying moral development with Dr. Elliot Turiel. Her dissertation research was conducted in Mysore, India, where she examined children’s moral reasoning.
Dr. Will Bulsiewicz is one of the leading gut health experts in the country and the creator of the popular HappyGutMD Instagram account. He is a board-certified gastroenterologist with an integrative approach and a passion for gut health. He advocates for consuming more plants, prebiotics over probiotics, and do-it-yourself fermentation.
Did you know that colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in America? (Number one is lung cancer.) Dr. B. has seen some severe cases of colon cancer, often times among people younger than 50, and it is always heart breaking. On the show, Dr. B discusses why you should seriously consider a plant-based diet, why acid reflux is on the rise, the dangers of taking too many antibiotics, and why you should get a colonoscopy.