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Alice makes a special friend when she moves to a new home. Narrated by Nadine Brown.
You can always be healed. So many people struggle with chronic illness or pain. Whether it's back trouble, ringing in the ears, or headaches, we've almost all been in a situation when we know that something is wrong but we don't know what to do and how to fix it. Thankfully, we have doctors and health professionals to diagnose us, and they're often right! But happens when the doctors aren't sure what's wrong or how to fix the problem? What if I were to tell you that there was someone who could "read" your medical condition, like a person reads a book. He could sit down with you right now and tell you what's wrong, without even looking at your charts or medical history. You'd say I'm crazy right? My guest today is committed to helping people around the world understand and improve their health. He doesn't go about it traditionally — he has a conversation with a spiritual medium about each person's individual health concerns and how to heal them. A lot of you are probably skeptical, but when it comes to Anthony William, the results speak for themselves. Anthony William, also known as The Medical Medium, is the originator of the global celery juice movement and #1 New York Times best-selling author of several books, including Medical Medium Liver Rescue, Medical Medium Celery Juice, and several others. His newest book, Medical Medium Cleanse to Heal, is coming out this month!  Anthony was born with the unique ability to converse with the Spirit of Compassion, who provides him with extraordinarily accurate health information that's far ahead of its time. Since age four, Anthony has been using his gift to “read” people's conditions and tell them how to recover their health. His unprecedented accuracy and success rate as the Medical Medium have earned him the trust and love of millions worldwide. Movie stars, rock stars, billionaires, professional athletes, and countless other people from all walks of life could not find a way to heal until Anthony provided them with insights from above. Anthony has also become an invaluable resource to doctors who need help solving their most difficult cases. When they aren't sure what's going on, Anthony is there to listen, channel the Spirit of Compassion, and provide his counsel.  Intriguing, right!? Want to learn more about how compassion can help heal your body and cleanse your mind? Then tune into Episode 920 and get ready to be blown away by Anthony William, the Medical Medium.What’s the difference between listening to a voice and channelling? (3:43)What’s the relationship you have with compassion? (6:06)What is the secret to ending disease and chronic pain? (15:40)What is the biggest disease in America right now? (19:50)How do we prevent all these symptoms from affecting us physically? (25:53)What does more water do for you? (28:50)What should we do on a daily basis to combat this? (35:02)What are the foods we should never eat? (36:16)What foods should you eat? (42:10)What would the spirit of compassion say to you when you see someone with a really bad disease? (49:32)What’s it like to be in an intimate relationship with you? (1:00:20) Why the Spirit of Compassion gives answers where traditional diagnoses do not (11:27)Why disease and chronic pain all lead to pathogens (15:54)The key to winning in disease (17:10)The surprising reason to stay off of dairy and gluten (29:44)We need to learn about the food that feeds pathogens (35:44)Why celery juice is such a great daily antidote (46:30)Why you don’t create your own symptoms or create your own illness (104:40)Plus much more... If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/920 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
Bob enjoys the simple pleasures of gardening at his local allotment. Narrated by Thomas Jones.
Just beyond a quiet Alaskan town, a long-forgotten treasure lies hidden among the mountains. Narrated by TK Kellman.
A sleepy story from Greek mythology about the all-powerful Jupiter. Narrated by Suzanne.
Our story tonight is called All day, At home and it’s a story about tucking yourself away from the world for a bit. It’s also about watching winter from a window seat, red pepper flakes from the Italian coast and the joy of minding one’s own business. So get cozy and ready to sleep.
Discover what new science says about the fiber-keto connection for women, get tips on exactly what to do, and find out why it matters.
Kids these days are getting sick more often with common infections, such as colds, sore throats and strep, coughs, ear infections, sinus infections, and the flu. Why is that?On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, our host, Dhru, talks to Dr. Joel Gator Warsh, an integrative and holistic pediatrician in Los Angeles, California. He earned his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson Medical College and completed his pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. He founded Integrative Pediatrics and Medicine in 2018, where he works today. Dr. Gator has published research in numerous peer-reviewed journals on topics including childhood injuries, obesity, and physical activity. He has been featured in numerous documentaries, films, podcasts, and articles including Broken Brain 2, the Dr. Nandi Show, CBS News, LA Parent, the Dr. Taz Show, and many others.In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Gator talk about why our children are having chronic immune system problems. They discuss The Seeds of Health: stress, exercise, environment, diet, and sleep and how each seed impacts our overall health. They also talk about the best natural immune boosters for kids that may help decrease the frequency and severity of sickness. In this episode, we dive into:-How Dr. Gator got into integrative pediatrics (4:35)-Why kids are getting more sick than ever before (19:58)-The seeds of health (21:12)-Sleep training and why it’s so controversial (34:13)-How avoiding exposure to toxins can help improve your child’s immune system (44:53)-When to use antibiotics and when to avoid them (1:01:32)-Why getting a fever isn’t necessarily a bad thing (1:06:49)-The best way to find out if your child has a food sensitivity or food allergy (1:18:37)-Dr. Gator’s supplement brand recommendations (1:30:15)-Where to learn more about Dr. Gator (1:32:56) For more on Dr. Joel Gator Warsh, be sure to follow him on Instagram @drjoelgator, and on Facebook @drjoelgator. Check out his website https://integrativepediatricsandmedicine.com. Sign-up for the Integrative Pediatrics Summit here. Listen to episode 69 of the Broken Brain Podcast with Jennifer Kolari that Dhru mentioned in the interview on Mirror Neurons, Empathy, and Connected Parenting here. Learn more about Chris Kresser’s program, The Health Baby Code, here. Watch NASA’s bowling ball experiment here. Lastly, here is the study conducted in six Canadian cities that found a link between maternal consumption of fluoride during pregnancy and IQ scores in their offspring. 
A modern re-telling of the classic story of Cinderella. Narrated by Thomas Jones.
An adventure calls to you, enticing you to leave the comfort of your cozy home. What awaits is a magical garden that comes to life at night. Narrated by Abbe Opher.
This session is unique in that it provides the opportunity to either awaken at the end, or fall asleep. This means that you can use this session during the day as a stress reliever or in the evening to fall asleep with the gentle fade out of the background sounds.
Rachel Mansfield, recipe developer & cookbook author: "Just because I'm a recipe developer, doesn't mean that I'm having these gourmet meals all day. I keep things really simple." Mansfield, one of Instagram's most influential food bloggers, joins co-CEO Colleen Wachob to discuss meal prep hacks for when you're just too busy, plus: *How to make healthy meals if you don’t know how to cook* *Why she doesn't use the word "self-care"* *Why banana bread is the most versatile food for her family* *Why breakfast for dinner is always a win* *Why we should stop pressuring women to lose baby weight* Enjoy this episode, and don't forget to subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, or your preferred platform!   Comments: podcast@mindbodygreen.com Sponsorship inquiries: sales@mindbodygreen.com
You have the power to change your story.  Have you ever felt like your life story was not your own? There's always the pressure to become someone who you aren't. Maybe you're comparing yourself to the people you see on social media. This is so easy to do. We often just post the best of ourselves on the internet, and then the illusion is that everyone is living these perfect lives. But we know that isn't true. You can't compare your real life to a filtered version of someone else's. Sometimes the pressure comes from within, and other times, it comes directly from the mouths of other people. It's easy to let the outside world dictate who you are supposed to be. People love to tell people what to do and who to become. But you have your own voice in this world. People can try to shout over it, but it's up to you to make a stand for who you are. On this episode of The School of Greatness, I had the pleasure of talking with JoJo, a pop-icon, who shares about battling comparison, asserting her voice, and writing her own story in the midst of extreme pressure. JoJo is a pop and R&B singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress. She released her first album, JoJo, in June 2004, and the album's first single, "Leave (Get Out)," was No.1 on the US Billboard Pop Chart. She was only 13 years old - the youngest solo artist in history to ever top the billboard charts. She’s also starred in movies like Aquamarine and RV (with Robin Williams) and in TV shows like Hawaii 5-0 and Lethal Weapon.  In 2006, she released her second studio album, The High Road, which was also a great success, but her third album, Mad Love, was delayed due to record label disputes. She realized she didn't have power over her own voice, and this was non-negotiable.  In 2008, JoJo founded her own record label, Clover Music, and re-released her previous albums. Her fourth studio album, good to know, will drop in spring 2020, and in April she will kick off an international tour. JoJo was offered her first record deal at six years old. From a young age, she has felt immense pressure from music industry to become who they want her to be, but JoJo made a stand for herself. Join me on Episode 919 with JoJo to learn how she owned her story and how you can too.Where do you think your life would be if you’d had social media early on in your career? (1:20)Did you dream of being a superstar when you were a kid? (7:40)When did fear come into your life as a creative? (9:15)How did you learn to create your own self-worth? (19:45)What challenges do you face being in an intimate relationship? (25:39)What were the most powerful moments you’ve experienced on stage? (34:57)What are some lyrics that define the decades of your life? (47:05) What it was like when JoJo didn’t own her own music (3:15)The lessons JoJo learned from her early success and from then til now (16:05)How to learn how to be happy by yourself (32:10)The value of facing your fears regularly (39:40)How to make yourself proud (44:40)Plus much more... If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/919 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
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Melissa Wood, founder of the Melissa Wood Health Method, talks candidly about her struggles with alcohol and eating disorders and how she overcame them, her relationship, life as a mom, and how meditation is non-negotiable.
There are so many milks that aren’t from cows it can make your head spin. Today we count the ways. This episode features audio from Arsenic in Rice Milk, Rice Krispies, & Brown Rice Syrup, Prostate Cancer & Organic Milk vs. Almond Milk, and Is Coconut Milk Good For You?. Visit the video pages for all sources and doctor's notes related to this podcast.