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Comments10/08/2017 #18 Tricia Mitchell#10 Thanks for your comment, Pascal. I guess surrendering makes finding balance easier? Complacency is something that we all can fall "victim" to at some point in our lives, and it's often those who are given a time limit on their lives that really start living & teach us to not take anything for granted. I was looking for a Wayne Dyer video to post the link, but I can't find it. He talks about his book being published & how people told him how hard it would be. He chose to think it would be easy and that was his experience. I used to believe I had bad luck when it came to workmen and it became my reality. So, I'm not trying to deny your experience of it being difficult finding the right balance, but I'm practicing spending more time shifting my perspective towards things in life being easy 🙂
Thanks for reading & commenting.10/08/2017 #17 Tricia Mitchell#2 dear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee Ive just read your superb buzz (extremes) and many thoughts spring to mind in response.
Sadly, because they are not hyperlinked, when I copy the url the search function doesn't allow me to look for posts (on the android app), so although I was able to view it in my browser, I didn't remember my log in details. Hopefully, I can remember the ideas when I reply later. Ah, perhaps I can paste and link it here... https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/going-to-the-extreme-effect10/08/2017 #16 Tricia Mitchell#9 Dear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee you wrote, "I find it surprising that many people go for the first choice dear @Tricia Mitchell "we can either fear & resist change or surrender in love to growth"." It is surprising how many of us default to living in fear. If you listen to the news or watch the television, it, perhaps, goes back to the article about football/soccer and state control I referenced one one of your posts on beBee. Keeping people in fear makes it easier to govern and control the masses.09/08/2017 #11 Harvey LloydYour post was intriguing. The word balance and me dont get along to well. Your points are well articulated and represent a spectrum of human conditions.
We often talk of balance in many contexts. Separating two componants as needing equal weight. With this mere thought we install a third component. A pendulum.
Within this creation of the pendulum, we now create the security of cause and effect for those situations/people that may cause it to move. Given enough time the pendulum becomes such a part of our life that we never question its value or curse. With each challenge we must go and look at the pendulum, did it move or change pace?
What happens when two pendulums collide? Each have merit but can not coexist.
Cause and effect is a human condition that is a permanent part of our existance. Creating variables that cant be managed in mass and can only be met with who we are within a singularity of time and space.
If i manage effect then my values change with each variable. If i retain my values within the variables then i have no need to manage cause or effect. In essence requiring no balance, only shared goals.
Some great thoughts this morning, thanks.09/08/2017 #5 Tricia Mitchell#2 Thank you dear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee I look forward to reading the two buzzes you referenced that are of direct relevance to this one tomorrow (it's nearly 11pm). I meant to reference 10.57 & 12.55 - 13.29 of the last video listed as sections that may interest you. I believe those clips reference the effects of our thoughts on our chemistry.
I appreciate your kind comments & it only seemed fitting to share your wise words: we can either fear & resist change or surrender in love to growth. I'm truly grateful to you for taking the time to read & comment on this buzz, dear Ali.08/08/2017 #4 Tricia Mitchell#1 hi @David B. Grinberg thanks for sharing this in 3 hives, I appreciate it. I actually shifted my perception after reading this https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/my-life-outside-work-why-i-gave-up-work-life-balance-lirio-marcelo
but I'll certainly read your buzz in the morning. I agree with your comment that "integration focuses on coordinating and blending elements of work and life into a unified whole."
To be honest, I've had a proverbial bee in my bonnet since studying Deaf studies & sociology - the 1880 Milan convention where sign language was banned (resulting in the under-employment of deaf people) & the term dis-abled (handicapped) created as industrialisation took a hold to differentiate between able-bodied & those not able to work in factories. When people lived and worked on the land, the division of labour was based on ability/what each could contribute. I'm sure I didnt need to make any of that explicit, but it's interesting how we're coming full circle, returning to living organically, off the land.
Appreciate you reading & commenting.08/08/2017 #2 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThank you for sharing this lovely buzz dear @Tricia Mitchell. All I can say is that I published many buzzes and presentations and I find myself in comple agreement with your buzz. I select two of buzzes that are of direct relevance to your buzz
Going to the Extreme Effect
and, Balanced Choices
What I like mostly about your buzz is that you living examples of cases we encounter losing balance. These are lively examples and give credibility for your buzz
I thank you for the great mention of my quote.I am deeply grateful to you08/08/2017 #1 David B. GrinbergThanks for another enlightening read, Tricia, I'm sharing this on three hives.
It appears the term "work-life integration" is catching on as a more realistic replacement for the buzz term "work-life balance." This is largely because balance implies a "zero sum game" which too often doesn't work (you're either in balance of not), whereas integration focuses on coordinating and blending elements of work and life into a unified whole.
You may have read my recent blogging buzz on how companies can foster work-life integration to maximize productivity https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/how-companies-can-foster-work-life-integration-to-maximize-productivity
- Producer08/08/20173 Easy Ways to Boost Your ConfidenceAs humans, we’re all prone to fall into a daily routine of some sort, from the way we get ready for work, to our commute, to when and how we feed and dress the kids. When we focus more on the consistency of the routine, as opposed to how we feel...
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Comments04/08/2017 #32 David B. GrinbergWhat a moving post, Don. I'm very sorry for the loss of your friend, who sounds like she was a wonderful and courageous person who looked on the bright side. One thing about death is that is should make us all appreciate life a bit more and the importance of being kind and courteous to others -- as we don't always know what they may be experiencing in private.03/08/2017 #15 Ian WeinbergWe can theorize it, philosophize it, rationalize it, do anything to numb it down. But death, especially the death of a young soul is a loss. And so we grieve, which is our lot. No point in making sense out of it at this time. We celebrate their lives, our lives, all lives and carry on. Thanks for the sharing and the inspiring reminder @Don 🐝 Kerr
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- Producer20/07/2017Healing The Healer"You know the time has come when the manifestations of emotional stress present in the physical body...just name your condition."Several years ago I left a very secure, albeit rather toxic job, after 15 years of service in favor of becoming a...
Comments22/07/2017 #16 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#15 You sure were one busy gal @Cyndi wilkins! I can't imagine taking A & P now.. yikes. But, you did it! I think that's when many of us start racing, when life roughs us up. I wish it didn't have to be that way, for some it's not but I'm sure other obstacles come their way. Ha, you nose became immune to 'shit.' That had to be it!21/07/2017 #15 Cyndi wilkins#8 Yeah...life was really slinging some shit there @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher...I must have been unconscious and they couldn't find any smelling salts...so shitty diapers had to do the trick;-) There were signs, many of them, but I had become complacent in my comfort zone...Life had to rough me up a bit to make me move...it was time.
It didn't happen overnight...5 years passed from this time of 'reckoning' to my move into a new career...I attended night school while still continuing to work full-time at this job until I had accumulated enough credits and proper training to make my move into entrepreneurship...I had to take anatomy and physiology all over again...Try to get a fourty year-old brain to do that!!...Ugh!21/07/2017 #14 Cyndi wilkins#10 Bitterness is a tough nut to crack...holding onto it only keeps us from flying. But to forgive is to be forgiven...and there is not one among us who has not cast that stone of bitterness Harvey...If we can forgive ourselves first, that would be an excellent start;-)21/07/2017 #12 Cyndi wilkins#7 I appreciate your input here @David B. Grinberg...I think this buzz resonates in all of our lives at one time or another...There were so many subtle moments leading up to this particular 'point of no return'...but I kept hitting the snooze alarm...you know? Perhaps I could have saved myself a lot of heartache had I been paying closer attention...But then again, the whole experience of having been reduced to rubble was the catalyst I needed to make that change...and it has made me a much more compassionate person...In hindsight, as content as I may have THOUGHT I was, apparently my life had other plans for me;-)21/07/2017 #11 Cyndi wilkins#6 It really was exactly as you describe @Shelley Brown...being turned completely upside down so that life as you know it ceases to exist...All that is left is the ashes...Well now, after an experience like that, there is only one direction you can take...and that is back up again. At moments like these you find out who your friends really are...as it turns out, they were not the people I had surrounded myself with...They were people from my past relationships that came out of the wood work to help me...That's why I always say "never burn your bridges"...All of our paths cross for very good reason;-)
I'm looking forward to reading whatever story this spurs in you Shelly...Please make sure to tag me on it so I don't miss it!21/07/2017 #10 Harvey LloydFinding resolution to our perceptions of past events is not only gratifying but better than vitamins for our health.
"Bitterness is drinking poison and hoping the other person gets sick."
When i heard the gentlemen make this qoute i got mad, he steamed up all the raw nerves of past experiences that i had justified my perceptions.
He didnt leave me at this steamed up point. He went on to discuss the act of forgiveness. He raised the temperature on the burner by several thousand degrees.
In the end he explained that forgiveness was not only for those waiting, but also for those who needed forgiveness.
The antidote to bitterness is forgiveness. Sounds counter intuitive, but i need to move on with my life without carting that rock forward. When i find a way to forgive then i can walk away without reruns playing over and over again in future settings.
Some great thoughts and discussion on the human condition.21/07/2017 #8 Lisa 🐝 GallagherWhat a genuine and thought provoking story @Cyndi wilkins. The smell of crappy diapers I could do without, hope you found a nice air freshener ;-) I agree, most of us if not all have at least one if not more than one deep seated fear(s). Why is it that sometimes it can be so hard to bring those fears to the surface? I know that's not healthy but I think some do let them linger not realizing they won't go away unless they face them head on... guilty! This is where your last sentence comes in very handy and it's compassionate, "People helping people...one moment at a time;-)" That's so true!21/07/2017 #7 David B. GrinbergThank you, Cyndi, for an excellent read. You make so many good points. I also love the quotes, some of which I'm familiar with per my own life situations. I would reiterate your point about how high stress levels can severely affect one's health. I also agree that maintaining a positive, optimistic mindset can work wonders during tough times -- and all the time. Your words of wisdom are most appreciated! Keep buzzing...21/07/2017 #6 Shelley BrownThis is a really powerful story @Cyndi wilkins and one I certainly relate to. It's like your life bucket gets turned upside down and you get terrified and try to grab all the life pieces and put them back together the way they were before knowing it's impossible. I absolutely believe a toxic situation caused my body to breakdown and I ended up having 3 major surgeries in year including a spinal fusion. It's really amazing how you express that "being given an opportunity to recognize and release that fear once and for all, so I could move forward and help my partner in doing the same" leading to "That shift in perception for me brought with it a sense of peace in being supportive in a committed relationship, rather than fearful for our physical survival and security". I am walking through some fears right now and look forward to being a able to tell a similar story. Thank you. Your healing energy came through this piece.20/07/2017 #5 Cyndi wilkins#3 Your friend sounds like a shaman @Sarah Elkins....To a well trained therapist, the conditions of the energetic systems, or chakras, is easily revealed via careful observation of one's body language...Your friend saw something the moment she took one look at you and knew exactly what you needed in the moment...I hope you have her on speed dial...never know what can happen;-) LOL...Thanks for sharing that...it validates the whole point of this article.20/07/2017 #4 Cyndi wilkins#2 Sometimes we don't even know why we are inhibited by certain fears...the memories are buried so deep. This type of deep manual manipulation of the tissues can unlock those hidden treasures we have tucked away for safe keeping...When something surfaces, it is calling our attention to what is happening in our present that is being influenced by a past 'unresolved' emotion...and by unresolved I mean it has gone unrecognized as the catalyst to our current mind set...once we make that 'conscious' connection and release it from our physical being via movement, meditation, storytelling etc...we are able to move past it and embrace our new found freedom from the cage we have built around ourselves...Right @Deb 🐝 Helfrich;-)20/07/2017 #3 Sarah ElkinsI love this, @Cyndi wilkins, because I can visualize and imagine the entire story, from the release into your memory to the memory itself, and back again to the present moment. When I was in a toxic job, a friend and Pilates guru called me using Skype. She took one look at me and gave me a breathing exercise to do, telling me to do it right then at that moment. I started the exercise, and about 30 seconds into it started to sob. I hadn't cried in many months, but something about that physical activity created an incredible emotional release. My entire being felt less restricted after that.
I'm glad you posted this story, because I know how wonderful it is to grow and improve in your gifts as a result of helping others.20/07/2017 #2 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsThe title for this buzz is so apt Cyndi. Healing the healer. The cure and healing lies within us. The answers lie within us but we go out looking for them or wait someone to tell us but what we really need is for someone to show us. And when you showed your self by sharing the experience the healing began. We are most of the time scared and unable to let go of those wounds caused by people, places and things. Its time to open up to ourselves and show ourselves what we are truly capable of.
Like you said "The harmonious nature of this work...People helping people...one moment at a time!"
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Comments30/05/2017 #30 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#29 Personally, they've never worked for me. Some people say Kava works. Studies have been done which state Kava doesn't. I never benefited from it. Maybe others would know? They do sell teas specifically for stress, a company named Yogi sells one. You can get it in the grocery store. It wouldn't hurt to try, maybe it would work for you. B vitamins are supposed to be really good for anxiety. You have to take B Complex with B12. I buy both and get sublingual drops. They sell sublingual B12 too. It takes time for a vitamin regime to begin to work if it's going to but that is well worth trying.26/04/2017 #27 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsI kept sharing this cause I know the heart and mind that wrote it and to show you I am there to support you in any way. I learnt alot about anxiety and how it can affect us through your stories. I would like to say "You Got this Lisa and your going to have a fantastic trip" :)20/04/2017 #19 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#15 Hi @Renée 🐝 Cormier, sadly with GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) thoughts do control you in a strange way. That's one of the reasons I'm in therapy working on reprogramming my brain per se. Intrusive thoughts are unwanted thoughts that play over and over like a broken record in your mind no matter what thoughts you try to replace them with, they return instantly. I never realized how much my thoughts controlled me until I sought help. That is *one* of my issues and I actually thought for a very long time that I was weak and should be able to control my thoughts- I worked hard daily w/out success and just became more worn down physically, When people are inflicted with intrusive thoughts they beat themselves up more than anyone. Logically, a person will keep saying, "This is BS, I need to stop thinking these thoughts, re-direct... think about all the positive things going on, think of wonderful memories," eg, it's only a temporary (very temporary) reprieve. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a negative Nancy no matter how it may appear when I write. I agree, we can choose our thoughts but we aren't always in control. I appreciate you taking the time to read this. :)20/04/2017 #14 Robert CormackYou'll excuse my language, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, but one of the most therapeutic things you can do is tell your brain to "f**k off." I know it sounds crazy but our rambling minds can sometimes create panic that goes way beyond reality. Every time you feel anxious, just use those two little words. Say them to yourself or say them out loud. And just keep saying it until your brain calms down.20/04/2017 #10 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI just wonder if your attention is spread over many issues if this would lead to increased anxiety @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher! You seem to enjoy trying variety of things and this may ead to some anxiety. I wonder if I am right. Great buzz because you share your own experiences and therefore the reader trusts you. Sharing20/04/2017 #9 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#8 My son is doing a race at Pikes Peak this summer! Every year my son, my brother, and brother in law do Mt. Evans bike race, it's become a yearly tradition for them. Pikes Peak I've yet to see. I think my son wanted to drive me up there the last time but I said no... Isn't that where you can see the Continental Divide from?
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Comments20/04/2017 #1 AnonymousA great podcast led by Rich Roll, vegan athlete, wellness coach and motivation and transformation expert. A very insightful podcast with very interesting interviewees and subject matter stemming from addiction, overcoming adversity and so many relatable subject matter. Enjoy!
Comments07/03/2017 #12 Devesh 🐝 BhattAvoid cold foods, more than 12 hr old foods and cold milk after sundown.
Reduce coffee, add cinnamon to it.
People may suggest psyllum husk with curd , its a great remedy but if you get used to it then in the old age you would be at its mercy, rather in bad conditions do it twice a month.
Try half a spoon of raw honey + raw garlic every morning empty stomach. Increase raw garlic, ginger, fenugreek in diet added in small quantities to food or taken before /after.
If you can have cayenne pepper sprinkled almonds everyday, do it.
On bad days dont have beans peas and cabbage. If you can have unpealed apples great.
If you can get 5 minutes of sun between 7 am and 10 am everyday, take it.
I was an intern in a less popular but most respected Ayurveda academy as a kid and these things work.
Tc06/03/2017 #7 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#4 #5 This is a tricky condition and the single best thing anyone can do is keep a rigorous food journal, and learn a bit about the digestive process. i.e. how long after eating do symptoms arise & what was the primary macronutrient.
Carbohydrates bypass the stomach. If the issue is happening relatively soon after eating, the source is in the stomach and that brings you to protein and/or fat digestion.
Antacids are a serious problem, as we need that acid to break down amino and fatty acids. Adding in ACV or lemon juice for bloating that occurs an hour or so after eating can provide pretty immediate results, if this is actually the problem.
Further along the intestinal tract, Gas, in and of itself, is natural, especially for anything loaded with fiber. And this is where it can be trial and error to observe what you are having trouble digesting and which gut bugs are missing to assist in breaking down which sort of nutritional substrate.
Since you both seem to be eating lots of veg, I'd recommend looking into Soil-based probiotics rather than the standard Lactobacillus stuff which tends to not be able to travel below the stomach because it cannot survive gastric acid.
Here is a reference from a product that I have used: http://www.prescript-assist.com/intestinal-health/soil-probiotics/
If the problem seems to resemble a leaky gut, which is a specialty of our modern highly specialized gluten molecule, I'd suggest looking into l-glutamine, which helps me reverse my gluten sensitivity, as long as I moderate consumption.
The key to sorting it out for good (because you do eat 3+ times every single day) is to get clear on what foods and where they trigger symptoms.06/03/2017 #2 Claire L Cardwell@Sandra 🐝 Smith- Thanks for this! Very useful advice. I had gluten intolerance and used to have flare ups from time to time in the past if I over-indulged. However this year I got IBS in earnest. I had to take some antibiotics to try and clear up an eye condition and have suffered as a result. The pain and bloating have been very debilitating to say the least. I've been feeling a lot better over the last month, and I put this down to a) cutting out wheat and gluten entirely from my diet b) eating much smaller portion sizes and c) eating a lot of fruit and vegetables.
- Producer15/02/2017Anger Buddies Does a Body GoodMy dear buddy Cyndi wilkins has really helped me move forward over the last few weeks because she is very good at using her intuition to guide a conversation into the nooks and crannies that typically get overlooked. We all have periods in life when...
Comments16/04/2017 #17 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#16 I think it would benefit you immensely, @Lyon Brave. You do a very fine job of writing through it, but there is another level of healing when you can have an honest conversation to express it all with an eye towards that deep body sigh that signals it is safe to move on to what is next.
I identify a lot with where you are right now. I recognize myself in my 20s. No one really told me I could design the perfect life I wanted to live. It won't be easy, but you will have more freedom, even if the financial struggles continue, if you excavate your own path. You've got so much raw talent, but the truth of the world right now is that you need to 'package' yourself with a specific, although in no way standard, job title so that the people and companies with money know what you are capable of doing.
If you wanna skype, DM me. I have a little time over the next two weeks, and then I'll be pretty occupied as I will 'see' your OH to FL relo and raise you with a WA -> MA drive.18/02/2017 #14 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#13 You've highlighted the very thin line between anger and danger, @debasish majumder. I think that is why we find it easy to want to ignore these feelings, bury them, and pretend everything is fine. It is incredibly hard to express anger in a constructive way, and yet, learning this skill is pretty crucial for living a contented and meaningful life.
Knowing the things that draw our ire - the things we will not tolerate - helps us navigate life in a direction that will ultimately bring us to serenity, while ignoring anger is very likely to dump us right into situations that trigger the emotion in ever-escalating cycles.
Like so many things in life, the way to learn how to deal constructively with anger is to practice and @Cyndi wilkins and I are finding this buddy system to be a fun, fruitful, and sometimes profound way to express feelings, understand life-long patterns, and start to change the way we feel so that we move on, full of hope, curiosity, and delight.16/02/2017 #6 Cyndi wilkinsAs a manual therapist by training, I am more accustomed to using therapeutic touch to interpret the signals that the physical body communicates to me. In that way I can assist my client in the release of their pain through soft tissue manipulation. This was more of a cerebral experience where I really had to trust my intuition to guide me ...@Deb 🐝 Helfrich and I were both challenged to engage ALL of our senses...particularly sight, sound and body language, in an effort to tap into the "emotion" trying to make its way to the surface. Once we did that, we could have a little "playdate" with it...give it expression in a supportive environment where it can be transformed through the eyes of others as they reflect back to us the lessons to be learned from our collective experiences.
These "patterns of behavior" are inherent within all of us. As society has taught us to bury our emotions like an unnecessary appendage, it is high time we did a little excavating of those old bones and shed new light on how we express ourselves effectively.15/02/2017 #3 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#1 Of course, you picked out my favorite sentence, @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. And added so much more by extending it to the very important concept of SELF-NEGOTIATION. I actually think that is the core of learning to be a happy and well-adjusted human being.
Self-negotiation is learning about ourselves and how we react and questioning which parts of our actions and habits may be due to factors way beyond something as innocuous as a comment by a stranger that causes us to lash out in ways harmful to our own bodily equilibrium and meant to throw someone else off of their balance, regardless of who else might be inflicted unintended damage.
That sort of behavior solves nothing, generates nothing but hostility in return and actually becomes an ever increasing cycle since the actual wrong never had a chance to be rationally discussed.
I think the first step to being able to find the insight in anger is learning how other people process anger in ways that actually allow the emotion to resolve whatever situation first brought the feelings of hostility into focus.15/02/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @Deb 🐝 Helfrich- wonderful buzz. You said it in one line "Being able to express ourselves, and all our emotions, with clarity is part of the dance of negotiation that every human needs to learn to live a joyful, productive, and relatively stress-less life". You bring up to my understanding a hugely important point. We need to negotiate with ourselves as we do with others. Self-negotiation is an idea that strikes me powerfully. Great reading and is worthy of sharing.
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Not all gluten free products are created equal. Sure it sounds healthy to be free of gluten but the truth is some of those snacks can actually make you fat. Holistic Nutritionist Danielle Pashko joins us to explain how this could be so, what to look out for, what you may want to try instead, and more. We will also be touching on some of the highlights of her two books, "Breaking Your Fat Girl Habits" and "Smile At Your Challenges".
Danielle Pashko has been working in the fitness, beauty, and wellness industries for almost two decades. She is also a certified yoga instructor, licensed massage therapist, fashion model, and thyroid cancer survivor. She has worked with clients at The Sports Club LA, The Reebok Sports Club, Equinox Fitness, The Peninsula Spa and Exhale Spa. Her modeling experience includes print, fashion shows, and on-camera work. Danielle has been a consultant to several prestigious doctors to develop weight loss and detoxification programs. Additionally, she has collaborated with specialists such as Plastic Surgeons, Integrative Physicians and Dermatologists to develop their own lines of nutraceutical products/nutritional supplements. Danielle has contributed to articles and videos on health and beauty for the NY Post, Fox News, Women's Health Magazine, Reader's Digest, The Jewish Week, Yahoo Shine, Galtime, JCoach, Betty Confidential, Daily Burn, and NY Wellness Guide.
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Comments31/01/2017 #1 Sara HodgeHah! Yes, my husband learned this lesson the hard way after being diagnosed as a Celiac 7 years ago. He was so excited to be able to finally eat things like (gluten-free) bread and pasta again, but the weight came on pretty quickly. A lot of people seem to think that gluten free is the automatic equivalent to healthy, but it isn't. It's true that SOME GF foods are healthier, but most of those are naturally healthy foods like fruits and veggies. Anything processed or full of carbs is still going to make you gain weight if you eat enough of it. Our dietician told us people going gf thinking they'll lose weight easily is the #1 classic mistake.
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WED, 1/18, 8pm PST
Do you want more sexual intimacy in your life whether it's just for yourself or with a partner- but don't know how?
Well don't despair, the good news is Dr Stacy Friedman joins the show today to share her knowledge and some tools to help you along your journey. What you'll love about her is the fun and positive approach Dr Stacy takes when helping educate others in finding and creating their passion as well!
Dr Stacy Friedman is a Clinical Sexologist and Certified Sex Coach having received her Doctorate in Human Sexuality and obtaining her Masters in Clinical Sexology. She also has her BA in Psychology along with being a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and Vascular Sonographer. Dr Stacy's coaching is designed to work with women and men of any sexual orientation or gender to address their concerns about sexuality, sexual function, and sexual expression.
To learn more about Dr Stacy's services or connect with her, visit:
- You can't spell HEALthcARE without THC"
Join Robert Marquez & me
MON, 1/16, 330pm PST
"You can't spell healthcare without THC"! Not even kidding and neither is Smoker's Lifestyle Magazine whom I borrowed this quote from. THC is one key medicinal component from the Cannabis plant and is slowly being acknowledged in healthcare and the mainstream public.
Robert Marquez, the creator of Smoker's Lifestyle Magazine joins us today to share his journey into becoming an advocate of Cannabis along with his own experience healthwise into making the choice to medicate with Marijuana. We will also learn why Robert created the Smoker's Lifestyle magazine and what they have to offer, plus his take on the cannabis industry today and where it's heading. Not only that we will be taking a look into the various ways cannabis can be utilized for a healthier lifestyle- whether it be for preventative reasons our trying to help aid current issues.
Learn more about Smoker's Lifestyle Magazine or to connect/advertise with them at:
- "How do you ENTICE your partner? Hear it from a Sexinista"
WED, 1/11, 8pm PST
Link to upcoming show:
When it comes to romance, foreplay, seduction- most of us want to be enticed. For many of us, we either don't know how to ask for what we want when being enticed or how to even entice our loved one.
Tonight, Tiffany Yelverton/Chief Sexinista and Founder of Entice Me Soirees joins us to talk about ways you can entice your partner. Not only that, we will be touching on how to find our voice to ask for what we want in the bedroom and why Tiffany believes being able to vocalize your needs contributes to other aspects of your life as well. Other topics we will be discussing include: the importance of self image, exploring our bodies, and even how to responsibly talk to our children about sexuality. Tiffany will also be sharing what Entice Me Soirees have to offer as well as what it takes to be a "Sexinista".
Besides being a Sex Educator/Coach, Trainer, & Speaker- Tiffany is also the Founder of Sexy Survivors; a nonprofit organization helping cancer survivors reintroduce intimacy back into their lives.
Learn more about Entice Me Soirees & Sexy Survivors at:
Wellness~ 100 buzzes
Wellness is generally used to mean a healthy balance of the mind, body and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being.