This year’s election is over, and it’s time to ask yourself a simple question. No matter whether your preferred candidate won or lost, which end of the stick did you ask for?
Anti- TPP grass roots organizer Adam Weissmanof Trade Justice New York Metro in conversation with Alison Rose Levy on why it’s urgent to step up anti-TPP activism now more than ever— and how to use all available tools to stop TPP.#NoTPP. https://prn.fm
How can we master life by using numbers? Find out in this Energy Stew interview with Marion Mace
“Drained” from taking local municipalities to court over fracking bans, a fossil fuel industry group is now considering charging local officials who suggest such prohibitions with criminal prosecution, new reporting by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette revealed Tuesday. In the face of federal governmental inaction, more and more local municipalities have passed bans on fracking to address the mounting public health and environmental problems caused by the toxic drilling process. In …
For the latest example why much of the US population has lost trust in the mainstream media, consider today’s snafu in which CBS News was caught editing a video clip and transcript to remove a Bill Clinton comment that Hillary Clinton “frequently” fainted in the past. Bill Clinton sat down with CBS’s Charlie Rose on Monday to try to clear …
Welcome to the best group-therapy session ever. It’s “Free Your Mind Friday” on Leid Stories, and it’s all about what YOU think about topics we’ve discussed on the program, current events and news issues, or anything that warrants further discussion and debate. We talk things through at the end of the week so we could make it to next week. …
Mark speaks with Gary Shulman, one of the leading disability advocates in the nation where his dynamic workshops and trainings have inspired and educated tens of thousands of educational professionals and parents of children with disabilities. Hear why everyone who hears Gary loves Gary. www.garyshulman.jimdo.com A Canadian commercial for the Paraylmypics is a smash success due to the incredible footage capturing unparalleled athleticism and uniquely talented persons with disabilities. Mark plays the audio description version of this 3 minute jaw dropping commercial allowing persons with low vision or blindness to also enjoy the experience and awe inspiring feeling. Also, a letter to Trump on his beyond incomprehensible mocking behavior of NY Times reporter Serge Kovaleski.
Eric Walrabenstein is an author, speaker, and nationally-recognized educator in the fields of yoga, mindfulness, and mind-body wellness. Specializing in the translation of ancient wisdom for modern times, Eric is an expert in the practical application of mind-body technologies from yoga, meditation, and mindfulness for artful, happy, and stress-free living in modern life. In addition to his work with our military members and veterans, Eric is the founder of Yoga Pura, one of the Arizona’s largest yoga and wellness centers, and is the president of BetterBox, a first-of-its-kind company specializing in the creation of customized personal-development experiences. His work has been widely featured in the media including on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Success magazine, Yoga Journal, and more. He is the author of Waging Inner Peace: How 5,000 Veterans Used the Ancient Secrets of Yoga and Meditation to Reclaim their Lives And You Can, Too
Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Mr. Douglas Wyatt. Douglas Wyatt is the Founder and Medical Director for the Center for Nutritional Research discusses Leaky Gut Syndrome and why it’s such an important health issue today. Mr. Wyatt is one of the nation’s leading pioneering authorities on the use of colostrum for human and animal health, and is often referred to as “The Modern Father of Colostrum.” He educates healthcare and medical professionals, industry leaders, and consumers about the health benefits of colostrum and other neutraceutical products. Since 1992 in his role as co-founder of the Center for Nutritional Research (CNR), Mr. Wyatt’s mission is to provide the latest, broad-based summarized critical findings of nutritional information with the emphasis on the neutraceutical and cosmeceutical fields. On behalf of CNR, he routinely speaks on related topics at national conferences and on radio and television broadcasts, and is a published author. Mr. Wyatt has appeared on CBS, Discovery Health, and Fox News. Contact: http://www.icnr.org/contact.html
Part I: Deborah Vidal, vidalSPEAKS
As a child Deborah loved animals so much she could not eat them and by her young teens she was a vegetarian. At the age of 11 she had a terrible accident where she died and was resuscitated back to life. That left her with many years of horrible headaches and back problems. At the age of 23 after only 3 years of learning golf she qualified for the LPGA golf tour and ranked 43rd in the world after 2 years. She played on the LPGA tour for 11 years but under the name Deborah McHaffie since she was married at the time. She believes she was the only vegan/vegetarian on the tour the years that she played. Although she was a professional athlete first, she always considered health & food her passion in life. Her back finally could not take anymore after 11 years on tour, along with many chronic infections from all the pesticides on the courses she left to find her health and pursue another career. She did TV for the Golf Channel and CBS for 4 years and finally left to fulfill her life work of helping people & healing. That is when she found homeopathy! She began my classical homeopathic practice in LA in 1999 & have been helping patients regain their health until just recently when she decided to take a break to start her podcast, which is called vidalSPEAKS. After years of practicing & being concerned how sick & suppressed people were she felt compelled to speak out about the dangers of suppressing symptoms with pharmaceutical drugs & not understanding nature’s law. She speaks about healing through a plant-based diet, using homeopathy & detoxing to regain health. She is loving podcasting & feels she has found her life work since her desire has been to reach the huge mass!
Deborah is certified by The Council For Homeopathic Certification and a member of NASH (North American Registered Society of Homeopaths), where she served as Vice President for 2 years. She has lectured at the National Homeopathic conference and she currently teaches at homeopathic schools in Southern California. She did a post-graduate study in Italy for 7 years and has studied with one of the best homeopaths in the world, Dr. Farokh Master. Her homeopathic practice, named LA Homeopathy, has served patients in Hollywood, California for 17 years.
Deborah is a graduate of Cornell University’s Plant-Based Nutritional Program and has a diploma from Westbrook University in Nutritional Balancing Science, which is a study to learn how to detox via hair analysis. Ever since her teenage years she has been a lifelong student of the idea of “Food as Medicine” for acute problems and to sustain health.
Part II: Timaree Hagenburger, The Foodie bar Way
Timaree Hagenburger is a Registered Dietitian with a Master’s Degree in Public Health. She is a nutrition professor at Cosumnes River College and a professional speaker working in her community and with corporate wellness clients, including her role on the Worldwide Wellness Team for Apple. Timaree is a monthly columnist for the Lodi News Sentinel and guest contributor for the Stockton Record. Her innovative and engaging cookbook, The Foodie Bar Way: One meal. Lots of options. Everyone’s happy. is available as an Ebook and a full-color, 303 page, printed book at www.FoodieBars.com Timaree is a certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine and marathon runner. She has a regular segment on California Bountiful TV, which airs on 31 stations throughout California and nationwide on satellite stations. She has also created a chartered student club called Thrive On Plants (TOP) at her college. TOP’s mission: To support greater wellness through whole food plant-based choices, joyful movement, lifelong learning and mindful practices, and to fulfill our potential while celebrating life.