Have You Heard? Can’t-Miss September Podcasts
Each Wednesday, on the Vibe podcast, I interview one of the world’s leading experts in holistic health. Or sometimes, I just chat with you about a subject I think you’ll enjoy.
This month, we talked about modified fasting, and how it’s changing people’s lives by making the benefits of fasting accessible to almost anyone — because you DON’T have to go hungry!
My friend Razi Berry explains why love is such powerful medicine — and an important part of healing.
I’ll share some incredibly personal, inspiring stories from people I met at this year’s Swiss Mountain Clinic retreat.
And Dr. Tami Meraglia tells us why your doctor should be shouting from the rooftops about stem cell therapy (but probably isn’t).
Prefer reading to listening? A link to the transcript is in the show notes for each podcast!
Here’s a quick roundup of more high vibes you might have missed:
All the benefits of fasting, none of the hangry
In this episode, we’re talking health benefits, weight loss potential, and a little word called “autophagy” that is going to change your life. (Hint: its discovery earned a Nobel Prize in Medicine just 3 years ago!)
“Modified fasting means you can fast while living your life normally — going to work, taking care of your kids, keeping your brain in gear. And in the meantime, behind the scenes, your body is tearing down a bunch of junk, then rebuilding using stem cells and healthy materials.”
The power of love: choosing connection
You’ve probably heard me reference the Hippocrates quote, “Let thy food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be food.” And in this episode, my friend Razi Berry is here to tell us why “Let thy love be thy medicine, and thy medicine be love” is just as true.
Tune in to find out why love is such powerful medicine. And learn how you can choose love, healing, community, and connection in a world that’s increasingly disconnected. In fact, if you want to be healthy, you need to.
“When we choose love in the way we eat, the way we move, the way we relate, the way we talk, the way we move through our day and the daily decisions we make, that’s when healing takes place.” -Razi Berry
With love, from the Swiss Mountain Clinic!
Not only is the Swiss Mountain Clinic the best I’ve EVER visited, but it’s the home of my annual Liver Detox Retreat. Today I’m sharing stories from people just like you, whose lives have been changed by this retreat. If you’ve ever wondered what that experience is like, I’m sharing their stories today!
(Sorry we don’t have the page to sign up for next year yet, but plan on May 23, 2020, and stay tuned for the link. It always sells out.)
“You might think I’m there to help people detox their liver. But what I get from the experience is so much more than that. I meet people who humble me to my knees. I feel so blessed and grateful that I get to be in the presence of some of the most phenomenal people I’ve ever met.” -Robyn Openshaw
What’s the big deal about stem cells?
The list of how stem cells can change your life is staggering. For starters, they can have a dramatic impact on asthma, COPD, interstitial cystitis, erectile dysfunction and vaginal dryness, MS, Crohn’s disease, hair loss, Parkinson’s, and orthopedics.
How’s that for a short list? In this episode, Dr. Tami Meraglia explains why stem cells are one of the most powerful tools for healing and longevity in modern medicine, and what you should know if you’re considering stem cell treatments.
“FINE is a four-letter word. Nobody wakes up in the morning and says, ‘Gosh, today I want to feel fine.’ We want to feel fabulous. The absence of disease does not equal wellness. It just means you’re not sick yet. And that’s where stem cells come in.”
-Dr. Tamara Meraglia
Remember, you can join us every Wednesday for a new episode of Vibe with Robyn Openshaw for tips on living a high-vibration, happy and healthy life.
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