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Ellen Goldsmith, Co-founder of Pearl Natural Health, is a recognized educator, health advocate, and practitioner in the field of holistic and integrative health care. She developed a distinct method for cultivating body/mind health for emerging performing artists at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in her program, Body Coaching for Performing Artists. Her international teaching has trained hundreds of health professionals in the field of Asian Bodywork, self-transformation, and ...
 
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Melanie Rubin, M.Ed., associate director and Director of National Disaster Relief of Acupuncturists Without Borders (AWB) discusses how AWB provides disaster relief, recovery and support for building resiliency – to communities affected by disasters, human conflict, environmental devastation, poverty and social injustice. Unresolved trauma affects …
 
Lyme disease affects more than 300,000 people in the United States, costs $1.3 billion to treat each year and is the sixth most common reported infectious disease in the United States. It is named after Lyme, Conn., where it was first discovered 40 years ago.Lyme disease, contracted through bites from a black footed deer tick and caused by the Borr…
 
Advice from cancer specialists, psychologists, and other healers.....Amidst all of the doctors’ visits, unfamiliar treatments, anxiety, and fear that follow a cancer diagnosis, it’s crucial to maintain a sense of stability and peace during your journey. That’s exactly what An Inside Job: A Psychologist Shares Healing Wisdom for Your Cancer Journey …
 
Peggy Orenstein is the author of The New York Times best-sellers Girls & Sex, Cinderella Ate My Daughter and Waiting for Daisy as well as Flux: Women on Sex, Work, Kids, Love and Life in a Half-Changed World and the classic, School Girls: Young Women, Self-Esteem and the Confidence Gap. A contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, Peggy h…
 
Sandor Ellix Katz is a fermentation revivalist. His books Wild Fermentation (2003, 2016) and the Art of Fermentation (2012), along with the hundreds of fermentation workshops he has taught around the world and helped to catalyze a broad revival of the fermentation arts.A self-taught experimentalist who lives in rural Tennessee, the New York Times c…
 
The companion cookbook to Dr. Hyman's revolutionary Eat Fat, Get Thin, with more than 175 delicious, nutritious, heart- and waist-friendly recipes.Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac., interviews Dr. Mark Hyman on KBOO's HealthwatchDr. Hyman's Eat Fat, Get Thin radically changed the way we view dietary fat, and proved that the key to losing weight and keeping it…
 
Gastroenterologist Dr. Robynne Chutkan speaks with Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac. on Healthwatch about living a little more dirty and eating clean as a way to heal your gut. With the prevalence of chronic afflictions like obesity, diabetes, food allergies, auto-immune disease, chronic fatigue, depression, acne & rosacea they'll talk about the connection to…
 
According to the United States Center for Disease Control, it is currently estimated that about 1 – 1.3 million people suffer from Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Known as IBD this disease involves chronic inflammation of all or part of the digestive tract. IBD primarily includes ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, potentially debilitating conditio…
 
SCREENAGERS probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including the director's own, and depicts messy struggles, over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Through surprising insights from authors and brain scientists solutions emerge on how we can empower kids to best navigate the digital world.Today, Ellen Goldsmit…
 
In 2014, the American Psychological Association deemed teens, during the school year, the most stressed group of people in the United States. Teens experience stress much the way adults do, but do not yet have the skills and mechanisms to effectively work with it. To address this dilemma, Peace in Schools launched the first for-credit high school m…
 
It’s spring in the Pacific NW and for many that can mean misery. If you suffer from seasonal allergies it is also the season of allergy medicine advertising, promoting many over the counter medications designed to ease your symptoms.If you suffer with allergies, you're certainly not alone. According to the US National Institutes of Health, more tha…
 
Join Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac. as she speaks with Jill Blakeway, L. Ac., CEO of the Yin Ova Center in New York City and author of Making Babies: A proven 3-month program for maximum fertility, co-authored Dr. Sami David, a reproductive endocrinologist. This book offers women and men a guide to fertility using the wisdom of Chinese medicine in conjunct…
 
Can you cure your child with food?Do you want to know what the hidden connections between nutrition and childhood ailments are?Listen in as Kelly Dorfman, M.S., L.N.D., one of the world’s foremost experts on using nutrition therapeutically to improve brain function, energy and mood introduces listeners to that connection. Her marvelous book, Cure Y…
 
Afro-Vegan by Bryant Terry is about eating close to home.Farm-Fresh African, Caribbean and Southern Flavors RemixedBryant Terry is a chef, educator, and author renowned for his activism to create a healthy, just, and sustainable food system. In regard to his work, Bryant’s mentor Alice Waters says, “Bryant Terry knows that good food should be an ev…
 
Parsely, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme are herbs for our health.Herbs for health, yes they are in your pantryThose simple cooking herbs in your pantry are there to add flavor to your meal yet they also help clear your ills, uplift your spirits and help you with that sore throat you may be getting. They have been used for millennia in cultures all around…
 
Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Bio-Medical Treatment, Part TwoDr. Valerie LaRosa continues the conversation about the bio-medical and naturopathic approach to treating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The bio-medical and naturopathic treatment takes a functional approach to each individual. Not all treatments fit all people. Dr. LaRosa takes …
 
Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders are challenging and the Bio-Medical Approach to treatment is making a difference.Dr. Valerie LaRosa, naturopathic physician and former behavioral therapist speaks about what Autism Spectrum Disorder is, what underlying issues may accompany it, and what could be done to help a child and their family. The bio-medi…
 
The 5 flavors in Chinese medicine exists in the food we eat as well as the herbs we may take.This is perennial wisdom. Let’s bring this wisdom into the future.Chinese Medicine, 5 Healing FlavorsChinese medicine offers us a way to understand food and its healing capacity. One of the most important elements is the therapeutic effect that a flavor of …
 
Sugar is it too much? Sami and Meredith think so.foracauseRowing 2400 miles to raise money and awareness on how sugar is detrimental to our health.Sami Inkinen and Meredith Loring are rowing from San Francisco, California to Honolulu, Hawaii as part of the inaugural Great Pacific Race as a mixed pair. fat chance row, sugar, Dr. Robert LustigWhy are…
 
Sugar is everywhere. Sugar is addictive.sugar- hiding in plain sightSugar, sugar you are everywhere and we do not even know it. Wolfram Alderson, Executive Director of the Institute for Responsible Nutrition founded by Dr. Robert Lustig, is back on Health Currents Radio to talk about the progress made in bringing awareness to the toxic effects suga…
 
You are not alone, stress is part of life – sometimes it makes us stronger and sometimes it wears us down. Do we need it? Yes.Can we change how we respond to it? Yes. That is where Stress 2.0 comes in.Today we are speaking with Dr. Samantha Brody, naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist to understand more about stress and what you can do …
 
To Detox or not to Detox? That is the question.Whether it is noble to detox or not is not the question. The question is do you need to revitalize the physical, mental and emotional aspects of yourself? Do you feel you need a break from the long winter? A 10-day nutritional cleanse can be just the thing to help you move into spring, the vitality of …
 
Are You Cooking with What you Have in Late Winter/ Early Spring?Katherine Deumling, of Cook with What You Have is back on Health Currents Radio to talk with Ellen Goldsmith about cooking and eating at that awkward time of year, when winter is coming to a close, but spring is not quite here.Ellen and Katherine team up for a lively and delicious conv…
 
Are you wondering what you could do in spring to feel healthier?First, eat seasonally. Eating seasonally is ?an age old tradition in most cultures. If you want to feel healthy, more balanced and in tune, why not adjust your food to meet the season? Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac., Chinese Dietary Therapy instructor at the National College of Chinese Medicin…
 
Can’t Sleep? Tips for Insomniacs who want to improve their chances for sleeping better.Sleep is key to functioning well and feeling well. Are you one of the tens of millions of people who cannot sleep well or have insomnia? Did you know that it is a public health epidemic? Lack of sleep affects our mood, our functioning, our stress levels. Losing e…
 
Are you seeking natural and safe treatments for healing depression and anxiety?Are you wondering how come they are happy and I’m not?Listen in to part two of the interview with Dr. Peter Bongiorno, naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist. His years of healing depression, anxiety, Dr. Peter Bongiornoresearch and clinical practice treating …
 
Acupuncture, recognized by the World Health Organization as beneficial for over 40 health conditions, is most widely known in the West for its effective treatment of pain conditions. What if you knew that acupuncture could also help you in revitalizing your health, and help you feel more balanced and connected to yourself? If you go through life tr…
 
Are you one of over 18 million American adults who feel depressed and are searching for insight into underlying causes and treatment options?Dr. Peter Bongiorno, naturopathic physician, licensed acupuncturist, clinic director of Inner Source Health in NYC and vicinity offers his patients a comprehensive and integrative approach to healing depressio…
 
What happens to a person, a child after most everything in their lives have been wiped out by a natural disaster?After the basics of food, water and shelter have been stabilized, who tends to the inner landscape of the children and caregivers? Second Response, an initiative of the Fortunate Blessings Foundation.Second Response, Dr. Michelle Wang, T…
 
Does Mindfulness matter for children? It can; helping them cultivate awareness of their feelings, their actions, and compassion. What happens in school is crucial. Mindfulness training in schools can help our students increase their focus and capacity to pay attention, reduce stress, raise self-awarenss, cultivate a sense of empathy and calm: all k…
 
Are you juggling the demands of a productive and busy life in the 21st century and want to cultivate a more mindful approach? Whether you lead an organization, business, classroom or household you may find yourself dealing with one urgent matter to the next without the time to tend to what is truly important. Janice Marturano, was vice president an…
 
Veterans are returning home with an alarming rate of health and mental health issues related to PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Their lives and the lives of their families and communities are adversely affected. We need these men and women as active members of society. Is there a way to relieve our veterans of their pain and strife from PTSD…
 
Each new year we make a long list of resolutions meant to enhance and improve our health and how we feel, plus how we relate to others and to our lives. But, many times those resolutions fade. Listen in as Ellen Goldsmith shares some great tips on how to start where you are, envision where you want to go, and how to get there.…
 
Are you a teenager, or parent of teenager and are totally stressed out?Gina's Cover to BookGina Biegel, M.A., LMFT and psychotherapist , is founder of Stressed Teens, otherwise known as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Teens (MBSR-T) Program, was founded in 2004 to support teens and their journey through adolescence. Join us on today’s podcas…
 
Are you present right now, at this very moment? Or is it difficult to stop the chatter and thinking? Can the practice of being present moment to moment change how I feel? Bob Stahl, Ph.d., MBSR teacher and author of the MBSR Workbook, joins us for part two of our conversation on mindfulness and the benefits of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MB…
 
After 35 years of scientific research on the effects of mindfulness meditation and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) on stress, trauma, brain function and performance mindfulness is entering the mainstream consciousness.mindfulness meditation, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, MBSR, Bob StahlEllen Goldsmith begins a month long series of i…
 
Would you like to feel more energized, empowered, and confident but you don’t know where to start? Did you know how connected our voice is to that potential? Naaz Hosseini, speaks with Ellen today about the voice and leadership. Naaz Hosseini is the author of the e-book Speak from the Heart, creator and owner of Powerful Presence. She works with en…
 
Did you know that the tastes of food have an impact on our health? In this podcast, we get a peek into the autumnal cooking class and onto the dinner table with Ellen Goldsmith and Katherine Deumling, owner of Cook with What You Have. Need some delicious and healthy recipes for your next dinner? Want to know how pears help you with a cough, and hom…
 
If you are wondering if you could find a delicious way to kick sugar out of your daily diet and bring sweetness to your family at the table, listen in when Ellen Goldsmith speaks with Shirley Plant, author of Finally Food We Can Eat. Everyone needs delicious alternatives to one of the most basic and delightful flavors, the sweet one. eat_less_sugar…
 
Sugar by any other name is, sugar. Are you reading your labels? If you do, you might notice so many different names for the sweet stuff, it makes you dizzy! Here is a partial list: buttered syrup, cane-juice crystals, cane sugar, corn syrup, dextran, dextrose, ethyl maltol, fructose, fruit juice concentrate, glucose, high-fructose corn syrup, lacto…
 
HealthCorps at Benson High School helps teens get healthy in partnership with teachers, students, and ultimately families. Don’t you wish your teen came home and insisted you two go to the gym together? Well here is our continuing conversation with HealthCorps, which is one of those programs working with teens across the country in high schools to …
 
Your naturopathic doctor can cover your health care. Does your health insurance cover your naturopathic doctor?naturopathic doctors, Affordable Care Act, Obamacare, Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians Laura Culberson Farr, executive director of the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians, is an expert on the complexities of healthca…
 
Are your sweaters still in the closet? Are you hearing the ever present coughs at school pick ups and drop offs? Are adults around you starting to get sick? Are you going to wake up tomorrow with that scratch or soreness in the back of your throat that says one thing: Fall is here!Health Tips for AutumnOn this episode, Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac. shares…
 
Gluten Free: It is possible. Find out how.Just a few years ago, most gluten-free products on the shelf were questionable tasting products at best. Of course there are naturally gluten-free foods, but I am talking about the other products that which are more grab-and-go or frozen foods. Now, in 2013 things have changed but to what degree? You can ea…
 
Mary McBride and her band travel the world as cultural envoys for the US State Department and travel the USA with The Home Tour, bringing musical concerts and the transformative power of music to people where they live, whether it be long term mental health care centers, supported-housing communities, senior homes, homes for people with physical an…
 
Patricia Warren got healthy doing the Ending Childhood Obesity Project program in Portland, Oregon. Through Delta Theta Sigma, and a local community center, she is working to share the gift of health, and increase access to healthier food, inspire healthier families and healthier children in the African-American community.…
 
An Interview with Emma Sirois and Eecole Copen, RDEmma Sirois and Eecole Copen, RD are working in Portland, Oregon to bring whole, fresh and healthy sustainable food into the hospital system. Ms. Copen manages the Farmers Market at Oregon Health Sciences University and Ms. Sirois directs Oregon's Physicians for Social Responsibility Healthy Food in…
 
Ann Gentry is a pioneer, food educator, and founder of the Los Angeles area restaurant Real Food Daily. For two decades her restaurants, remain the premiere gourmet organic vegan eatery in Southern California. Their food is balanced according to Eastern health philosophies and heart-healthy Western nutrition recommendations and is made from fresh v…
 
An Interview with Katherine Deumling, chair of Slow Food USAListen in to learn more about how you too can join the Slow Food movement and Slow Food USA. Become part of a global movement to counter the rise of fast food, and reconnect to your local food sources and traditions. As Wendell Berry said, " Eating is an agricultural act." Eat well, enjoy …
 
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