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Getting Over Overeating

Podcast: Getting Over Overeating

Listen Here: Psychotherapist Andrea Wachter, is the co-author of Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Breaking the “I Feel Fat” Spell and The Don’t Diet, Live-It Workbook. Andrea is also the author of Getting Over Overeating for Teens and [...]

Podcast: Help Yourself to Seconds & Lose Weight

Listen Here: Certified nutritionist and personal trainer, Michelle Vodrazka, is the author of two cookbooks Help Yourself to Seconds andSmart Snacking for Sports, where she shows you how to fuel your body in the most tangible, healthful, [...]

Podcast: Why Krill Oil Is Better Than Fish Oil

Listen Here: Dennis Goodman MD, Director of Integrative Medicine at NYU and one of “America’s Top Doctors”, is the author of the upcoming book, The Thrill of Krill: What You Should Know About Krill Oil which outlines all the health [...]

Podcast: The Fallacy of the Calorie

Listen Here: Dr. Mike Fenster, cardiologist, professional chef and martial artist. He’s author of The Fallacy of the Calorie: Why the Modern Western Diet Is Killing Us and How to Stop It. The Fallacy of the Calorie What is a calorie and [...]

Podcast: Why We Don’t Feel Well

Listen Here: Michael Galitzer MD has been practicing Anti-Aging and Energy Medicine for the past 28 years.  He is here to tell you how you can attain Outstanding Health, which is the name for his soon to be released book. Why We Don’t [...]

Podcast: What You Need To Know About Herbal Supplements

Listen Here: Health Expert, Stacey Chillemi, is author of thenew book, The Complete Herbal Guide Directory: A Natural Approach to Healing the Body and Maintaining Optimal Health Using Herbal Supplements, Vitamins, Minerals, Fruits, Vegetables [...]

Podcast: Why Homemade Food Is Good For The Soul

Listen Here: Annie Beck comes from a long line of kitchen mavens and passes along the family tradition of home style food made with love. She embraced this passion that has lasted generations by founding Beck’s Confections, where she is [...]

Podcast: Lost In The Kitchen

Listen Here: Cynthia MacGregor has authored over 100 books, including seven cookbooks and two books about cooking, one of which is the newly re-published LOST IN THE KITCHEN? For Cooks Who Are Greener Than Their Vegetables. Lost In The Kitchen So [...]

Podcast: What Magnesium Can Do For You!

Listen Here: Dr. Carolyn Dean is a health pioneer with over 25 years of experience with aging,  nutrition, diet and health issues. She’s authored 30 books including, “The Complete Natural Guide to Women’s Health”,  “365 [...]

Podcast: How to Manifest Your New Physique

Listen Here: Hassan Khan is the Founder of Belly Fat Demolition and a fitness fanatic who helps thrill seekers level up their lives. He’s been featured on NaturalNews and hosts a podcast on iTunes and Stitcher Radio called Belly Fat Demolition [...]

Podcast: Your Happy Belly Formula

Listen Here: Certified wellness coach, Nadya Andreeva, is on a mission to end the bloating and constipation epidemic spreading among women through her new book, Happy Belly: A Woman’s Guide to Feeling Vibrant, Light, and Balanced. Nadya discusses [...]

Podcast: The Thigh Gap Myth

Listen Here: Camille Hugh is the bestselling author of The Thigh Gap Hack: The Shortcut to Slimmer, Feminine Thighs Every Woman Secretly Desires which has been featured with Dr. Oz, Cosmo and Spry Magazines. In this podcast, Camille discusses [...]

Podcast: My Kitchen Shrink Smoothie

Listen Here: Elyse Wagner is a food and attitude expert with over 15 years of experience with a dual masters in holistic nutrition and health psychology with a passion to help you stop food guilt, body shame, and hating on your body so [...]

Podcast: A Smart And Safe Adaptation Of The Controversial HCG Diet

Listen Here: In this podcast, JenningsWire talks with Dr. Zach LaBoube (La-Boo), who in his new book, HCG 2.0 – A Modern Adaptation of the Traditional HCG Diet, provides a smarter and safer way to shed those unwanted pounds utilizing [...]

Juice You Can Use

You’ve probably been told before that eating carrots is good for your eyesight, right? Well, that is merely an understatement about these super veggies. Sparing you from the barrage of health benefits involved in consuming carrots, trust [...]

Podcast: Happy Healthy Gut

Listen Here: Jennifer Browne is an advocate for nutrition education and digestive disorder cessation. She is passionate about promoting clean, “wholistic” food practices and avoiding the slew of “non-foods” that make up our current [...]

Podcast: Fitness Through The Decades

Listen Here: Janna Lowell is a fitness pro and a featured trainer on Extra, VH1 Celebrity Fit Club, E! TV and more. She is author of Noodles For Dumbbells – Water Exercise, Weight Management & More. In this podcast Janna discusses fitness [...]

Podcast: You Are WHY You Eat

Listen Here: Dr. Ramani Durvasula is a licensed clinical psychologist, Professor of Psychology at California State University, and author of You Are WHY You Eat: Change Your Food Attitude, Change Your Life. In this podcast, Dr. Durvasula [...]

Podcast: The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution

Listen Here: Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott is a certified nutritionist on a mission to educate and empower women worldwide about the healing powers of real whole food and some pretty amazing nutrients, so they can find natural solutions for [...]

Listening To What Your Body Wants

The body is an amazing source of intelligence. It is always there for you, pumping blood, never skipping a heartbeat, digesting whatever food you put in it, and maintaining homeostasis. Is this reliable, intelligent bio-computer making a mistake [...]

Podcast: Mega Nutritious Meals For The Modern Family

Listen Here: Tina Ruggiero is an award winning nutrition expert, registered dietician, on-air nutrition personality for the national morning talk showDaytime on NBC, and a nutrition and health writer for the Tampa Tribune where she covers [...]

Sweet News- Choose Natural Sugars

Our sick, overweight population has reached new status. I like the way Brene’ Brown says it, “We are the most in-debt, obese, addicted and medicated adult cohort in U.S. history”. Statistics on obesity and diabetes have reached staggering [...]

Food For Thought

What does “fishy fishy” have to do with your brain? You may have never considered that what you put in your mouth, send down your esophagus and have plunge into a pool of raging acids in your stomach has a significant effect on your brain [...]

Think Outside The Lunchbox

Is your child really eating the lunch you packed or something else? Millions of parents around the world pack what they consider to be a healthy lunch for their child.  The question is, “Is your child eating their packed lunch or something [...]

Breakfast Of Champions In The Classroom

As a principal of a small New York City Public High School, my goal is to ensure that effective teaching and learning occurs within a safe school environment. In addition to effective teaching and learning, I want to equip my students with the [...]

Eat The Foods That Love You Back!

Your Relationship with Food Do you have a healthy relationship with food? Or is food the enemy—a foe you do battle with daily? According to CBS News, two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese. That’s more than 190 million people! [...]

Is it a Trick or is it a Treat?

With the tone of the voice in Poltergeist—“they’re heeere…” The grocery store shelves are full of them and have been for weeks! Halloween is only one day, yet candy makes its appearance weeks early, ensuring those little “fun-size” [...]

Energy Bars and Sports Drinks

We’re a nation of consumers. I am fascinated by the number of products that appeal to our senses because of their name. Names like “energy bar” or “sports drink.” The name alone suggests we may need them if we want to participate [...]

GMOs – To Label or Not to Label

Proposition 37 On November 6, 2012, the state of California will vote on Proposition 37 detailing the mandatory labeling of genetically engineered foods. The passing of this bill would: Require labeling on raw or processed food which is made [...]

I Eat Cookies Therefore I Am

The Cookie Athlete I’m a Cookie Athlete, which directly translated means, I workout so I can eat cookies. I can pin point the day I became a true Cookie Athlete. It started with a contract, a skinny girl, and an empty pie shell. I had this [...]

Can You Change Your Taste Buds?

One of the first things you may have learned in science class is your taste buds’ ability to detect sweet, salty, sour and bitter. As an adult, you may not think much about the 10,000 taste buds inside your mouth. But they’re there determining [...]