In this energetic interview with the Founder of Yala Fitness, learn strategies to make healthy lifestyle changes. For the past 15 years, Laurent has been Washington DC’s well sought after fitness expert. He was called to participate in Oprah’s “Live Your Best Life” tour and has been featured in ELLE Magazine along with numerous television and radio programs, most recently …
Thomas Linzey is the executive director and an attorney for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, which has assisted close to 200 communities across the country in eight states to adopt binding local laws that elevate community rights to sustainability over corporate rights and powers. Download this episode (right click and save)
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks our Hosts will be Shining a Spotlight on Capitol Hill and Congressman Mark Walker, who after serving almost two decades as a Pastor followed a new calling and launched an improbable but successful campaign to represent the people of North Carolina in the United States Congress. Download this episode (right click and save)
Download this episode (right click and save) Michael Wiese is the world’s top publisher of over 240 books on consciousness and filmmaking including The Writer’s Journey, Save the Cat, Cinematic Storytelling, The Shaman & Ayahuasca, and The God Molecule. His company’s mission (mwp.com, divineartsmedia.com) is to publish books that empower the filmmaker healing both maker and audience. Michael authored the recent book Onward & Upward, an …
Veronica Monet, a relationship and sexuality coach – www.TheShameFreeZone.com – returned to the show. This time she and Dr. Diana spoke about Veronica’s focus in her workshops: Claiming your Erotic Birthright as a Woman. The topics included co-dependency (people-pleasing and control freaks); body image/body shame (very common…with lots of on-the-air examples); and, the divine feminine (balancing masculine and feminine energies…the …
Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C., is the president and founder of the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and Barnard Medical Center. He is the author of 17 previous books, including the New York Times best-sellers Power Foods for the Brain, 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart, and the USA Today bestseller Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes. He stars in four …
Jeff Ruch is Executive Director of Public Employees for Environmental
Responsibility – PEER. Prior to that Jeff was the Policy Director and
a staff attorney at the Government Accountability Project representing
whistleblowers from both the public and private sector. PEER advocated
against the political manipulation science, defending whistleblowers,
protecting public health and shielding scientists from interference in
the public sector.
Ruthie Epstein is deputy advocacy director at the New York Civil
Liberties Union. She lobbied for reforms to the criminal justice and
immigration systems, as well as coordinating the organization’s
response to the 2014 Central American refugee crisis at the southern
border. From 2005 to 2013, she worked at Human Rights First in New
York City, advocating for protections in the U.S. refugee and asylum
WILL NUCLEAR POWER’S DEATH SPIRAL KILL US ALL?
DR. Natalie Turner is a New York Times bestselling author and one of North America’s leading naturopathic doctors, a sought-after speaker, natural health expert and the founder of Clear Medicine Wellness Boutique in Toronto. In 2014 she was recognized by her professional organization as a leader in her field and in 2016 was awarded the top spot on a list of North America’s Most Innovative Health Experts. Dr. Turner has been referred to as a friend of The Dr. Oz Show by Dr. Oz and has appeared eight times on the show. She is also a regular guest on The Marilyn Denis Show. The author lives in Toronto, ON.
Richard “Red” Lawhern is a brilliant, passionate, hardworking nonmedical advocate for pain patients. Listen to this show and you will never look at pain medications in same light. Unlike psychiatric drugs, we both find that opiate and opioid pain medications are often under-prescribed. The under-prescribing of opiates is partly because of the fear of addiction, and partly because drug companies push more expensive drugs that do not work as well and cause more harm. Richard explains how the DEA has intruded into the practice of medicine, setting standards for doctors that are robbing patients of adequate medication coverage for pain, sometimes causing these patients to resort to street drugs with the risk of death by unintentional overdose. Having lost the War Against Drugs, has the DEA attacked a softer target, making a War on Doctors and their Pain Patients? Maybe so.