• Linoleic Acid: A Toxin Lurking in Your Food
    Fats are the primary building block of your cell membranes. This is one of the reasons why eating the right types of fat is so important for your health and longevity. In this article we will discuss why Linoleic Acid is a toxin lurking in your food. And, the problem is that it is in so much of ...
  • What Gets In The Way of Thriving?
    This week Rosie and I discuss what gets in the way of thriving. Almost everyone wants to have a life where they thrive, but why aren’t most people creating that life? In our discussion we talk about some of those issues that can inhibit your ability to thrive. Rosie and I explore some ...
  • Childhood Exposure to Glyphosate Linked to Liver Inflammation and Metabolic Disorder
    This article first appeared in Sustainable Pulse. New research from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health in the U.S. shows that childhood exposure to the world’s most widely used weed killer, glyphosate, is linked to liver inflammation and metabolic disorder in early adulthood, which could le...
  • Food and Mood
    In this week’s discussion, Rosie and I talk about food and mood. Some foods can make us feel happy or so we may think. (Discussion here). Comfort food, for example, may provide us with temporary comfort but may not always make us feel well in the long run.  Those “comfort foods” may c...
  • Feeling Grateful Can Grow Our Capacity to Thrive
    In this Episode, Rosie and I discuss the importance of feeling grateful and how feeling grateful can grow our capacity to thrive. We are not talking about just feeling grateful when something “really good” happens, we’re talking about being grateful in the NOW! Feeling grateful for everything we...
  • Learning to Feel, A Powerful Tool to Thrive!
    In this Learning to Feel episode, Rosie and I explore feelings— not just emotional type feelings, but feelings as in sensing into vibrations within ourselves in relation to food, and well, everything. Everything is energy and learning to tap into the higher vibration of our surroundings can be ...
  • The Good Garden
    It’s that time of year when many are preparing and planting their summer gardens. In my talk today with Chris McLaughlin, author of The Good Garden, we discuss some of the basics of growing your own food in a way that not only can nurture you and your family but the inherent joy it can off...
  • Brain Health and Thriving Like a Guru
    To whatever degree you wish to thrive, a healthy brain will support you in your endeavor. In our chat today, Rosie and I discuss the how and why of having brain health to thrive like a guru. Being in a state of fogginess, forgetfulness or brain fatigue, we are challenged to make the wisest choic...
  • Dilemmas of Aging
    Many people as they age are contemplating the dilemmas of aging. In our chat today, Rosie and I discuss some of those dilemmas and how we have a choice in how we age. After all, we are all aging, aren’t we? The other day, a friend of Rosie’s shared this with her: “I’ve not intentionally eaten...
  • What Does Beauty Feel Like?
    Rosie and I chatted this week about what is beauty—more importantly, what does beauty feel like? We were both considered to be beautiful as children or so we were told. People would come up to me and say, “Wow, you are beautiful.” I talk about this in this podcast and how it didn’t jive with how...

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