Archive for December, 2009
Skyrocket yourself to vibrant health in the New Year! Create your vibrant health plan and make a commitment to stick with it. New Year’s resolutions don’t work, unless you’re really in touch with what you truly desire and establish the tools that will make it easy to navigate the journey.
Join Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo and special guest host Jane Hardin, registered dietician and certified living foods educator with over 15 years experience in coaching, training, teaching and counseling diverse individuals and groups as they share their tips and tricks for creating vibrant health into the new year and beyond. The new year is right around the corner and with it come all sorts of resolutions and promises that end up broken within weeks.
Let this year be your turn to own your vibrance. Dr. Ritamarie and Jane will answer your questions and give solid tips and advice on how to get create goals and make inspired healthy choices.
Don’t make another resolution you won’t keep. Make a commitment…to yourself.
Our self-paced program “Creating the Vibrant Health Mindset” empowers you to reach your health goals by gently guiding you step by step through the process.
Resources: For a free information pack and audio on quick and easy tips for transforming your health using the the magic of green foods, visit http://drritamarie.com/green and pick up Dr. Ritamarie’s acclaimed FREE Green Food Magic Recipe and Information Package
Exposure to toxins is an everyday occurrence. Your foods, cleaning products, air and water are just a few of the ways toxins accumulate in your body, leading to a myriad of health issues.
Every so often, it is a good idea to cleanse your body of impurities. But what kind of detox is best?
This week Dr. Ritamarie discusses detoxification and what you should know about doing it safely.
Joining Dr. Ritamarie this week is Susan Schenck, author of The Live Food Factor, The Comprehensive Guide to the Ultimate Diet for Body, Mind, Spirit & Planet.
Known as the encyclopedia of the raw food diet, Susan’s book won the 2007 IPPY award for “Most Progressive Health Book of the Year” and is highly endorsed by leaders of the raw food movement. The second edition Reader Views award (2009).
Susan has a Master’s Degree in Oriental medicine, a BS in education and an MS in applied linguistics. She’s taught school, from preschool to university, had her own acupuncture clinic, and is a world traveler. She’s currently a raw food activist, coach, lecturer and author based in San Diego, CA.
Susan’s book is jam packed with information, research studies and recipes to guide you to transitioning to a high raw or all raw diet.
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