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Let’s Create A Better World – 06.18.16

Our guest on this show is Luanne Pennesi, a personal health consultant, dynamic public speaker in the areas of natural approaches to chronic illness, holistic healing, stress management and motivation, and all around health advocate who works with Gary Null, the founder of the Progressive Radio Network out of New York.

A previous administrative nurse at the famous Kettering Hospital in New York, and an avid coffee drinker, her life was completely turned around when she attended one of Gary Null’s retreats. Upon arrival at the retreat, she asked where the coffee is and was told that there is only healthy juices, no coffee. Since then Luanne has become one of the main people that Gary depends on, especially for being in charge of the health support groups in the New York area as well as the retreats that Gary has once or twice a year. She also counsels people who have health problems using Gary’s protocol as the basis as well as her background in Chinese Medicine.

The highlights in this interview include Gary’s basic health protocol which includes detoxing and rejuvenating the body. It emphasizes eating healthy foods; addresses the stress factor in people’s lives using yoga and meditation; the importance of regular exercise every day; being mindful of the people we allow in our lives; juicing and supplements. She also speaks about a major upcoming health study support group series taking place in New York.

Luanne’s website is: MetropolitanWellness.com
She can be reached by email at whnn@aol.com and by phone at: 631-504-6198

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Insight – PERISCOPE RAPE, SHRINK SHOCK, AND SCHILLING’S CURVEBALL – 04.21.16

Yeah, heavy show. Not one of Mark’s typical feel good, uplifting show though Mark’s candor and surreal experiences always come with positivity.
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