Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND, AHG, www.drznaturally.com, interviews Dr. Michael S. Horney. Michael S. Horney , D.C., D.A.B.C.O., has been practicing Chiropractic for 35 years. Dr. Horney is also certified in Clinical Hypnosis, Personal Training & two Weight loss & Nutrition Programs. He has lectured to local groups as well as to various Chiropractic Colleges. Dr. Horney is affiliated with Mather Hospitals Chiropractic Collaboration Program and St. Charles Hospital Orthopedic & Physical Therapy Group. He is a professional member of the American Chiropractic Association, N. Y. S. Chiropractic Association & American Board of Hypnotherapy. Dr. Horney’s vision goes beyond treating pain. It’s all about educating and motivating people of all ages to learn healthy life style habits, to respect the body’s natural ability to heal and to help people lead a more productive and fulfilling life. Dr. Horney can be reached by phone at 631-751-7700 and by email email@example.com You can learn more about Dr. Horney by visiting his website www.PortJeffersonChiropractic.com
Host Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND, AHG , www.drznaturally.com, interviews botanist Judith Sumner. Judith specializes in ethnobotany, flowering plants, plant adaptations, and garden history. She has taught extensively both at the college level and at botanical gardens, including the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University and the Garden in the Woods, the foremost native plant garden of New England. Judith graduated from Vassar College and completed graduate studies in systematic botany at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She studied at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and at the British Museum (Natural History) and did extensive field work in the Pacific region on the genus Pittosporum. She has published monographic studies in the American Journal of Botany, Pollen et Spores, and Allertonia, as well as monographing two families for Flora Vitiensis Nova, the recently published flora of the Fiji Islands. Judith’s book American Household Botany won the American Horticultural Society Book Award. She was awarded the Gertrude B. Foster Award for Excellence in Herbal Literature by the Herb Society of America. On todays show, we will discuss Plants Go to War: A Botanical History of World War II – a look at military history from a botanical perspective, and the images say it all: From victory gardens and agriculture to rubber, coal, paper, timber, drugs, and fibers, plant products supplied the wartime materials that played key roles in victory.
CONTACT: www.judithsumner.com [includes a link to a recent lecture at Harvard on victory gardens]
Listen to Dr. David M. Brady, ND discuss his new book, The Fibro-Fix: Get to the Root of Your Fibromyalgia and Start Reversing Your Chronic Pain and Fatigue in 21 Days learn why a combination of toxins, stress, and abuse are producing an epidemic in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
Host Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND, AHG, www.drznaturally.com, interviews Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, SHELLY MALONE. Shelly is a conventionally-trained, progressive-minded nutritionist,who has spent over 20 years working in the healthcare and nutrition industries.
She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and a member of the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine practice group within the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She holds a B.S. in Nutritional Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from UCLA, with a concentration in Nutrition. She is a Foundational Member of the Bioindividual Nutrition Institute and a Certified Bioindividual Nutrition Practitioner (CBNP).
Inspired by her own diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis and symptom management with diet and lifestyle for nearly a decade, she is on a mission to help others understand and reap the benefits of an anti-inflammatory lifestyle. Shelly Malone is the author of Inflamed, discover the root cause of inflammation and personalize a step by step plan to create a healthy vibrant life. Contact: http://www.inflamedbook.com/ https://www.facebook.com/shellymalonehealth
Host Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND, www.drznaturally.com, interviews Dr. Dean Howell,N.D. Dean Howell was born and raised in Everett, Washington. He is a graduate of Bastyr University of Naturopathic Medicine , and also has a degree in mathematics. Dr. Howell is an Internationally Renowned Naturopathic Physician who is also the inventor and developer of NeuroCranialRestructuring® ( NCR® ) .Clinically developed and tested over the past 35 years. (NCR®) is a cumulative manipulation process involving controlled release of the body’s connective tissue tension to unwind the body and return it towards its original design. Widely touted as the most powerful therapy existing in physical medicine NeuroCranialRestructuring is an effective therapy for safe and permanent relief from all types of chronic pain without Prescriptions, Painkillers, Exercise or Invasive surgery. NCR is acclaimed worldwide for treating chronic pain – especially musculoskeletal pain attributed to workplace and sports injuries, accidents, aging, and for over 80 other Musculoskeletal and Nervous Disorders. The therapy has brought new life and healing in the lives of more than 60,000 patients who had been, previously deemed untreatable by mainstream medicine.
Host Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND, AHG, www.drznaturally.com, interviews Ellen Evert Hopman. Ellen has been a teacher of herbalism since 1983 and is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. A member of the Grey Council of Mages and Sages, she has presented at schools and workshops across the United States and Europe. A Druidic initiate since 1984, she is a founding member of The Order of the White Oak (Ord Na Darach Gile), a Bard of the Gorsedd of Caer Abiri, and a Druidess of the Druid Clan of Dana. She is the author of many books, including A Druid’s Herbal of Sacred Tree Medicine.
Weaving together ancient wisdom, mystical folklore, and modern plant research, master herbalist Ellen Evert Hopman explores the many uses of flowers, trees, common weeds, and ornamental plants for food, medicine, spiritual growth, and magical rituals. She reveals the herbal lore surrounding each plant, drawing on traditional knowledge and remedies from around the world, including Native American, Celtic, and Egyptian traditions. She includes recipes throughout so you can make medicines from wild and domesticated plants easily found in yards, forests, meadows, and hedgerows, and she discusses what to plant to ensure you have leaves, berries, and flowers all year.