The Art of Self-Love

Updated Feb 25, 2016 (Originally published Nov 28, 2012) When you love yourself, you love the world. When you love the world, you change the world. A riddle for you. What’s one thing that allows happiness to blossom, makes health flourish, and can make you cry like a puppy lost in the snow? You guessed it. Love! Okay, but enough about non-specifics.

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Anxiety, Nutrition and Stress

By focusing on eating nutrient-rich foods, you can give yourself a big hand in reducing, or possibly eliminating, anxiety. In today’s show, I’ll help shed light on how nutrition, anxiety and stress impact each other. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America states that Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18% of the population.

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Why You Need Food To Detox

Detoxification is occurring all the the time. It is a biological process in which your body converts waste products into exceretable material, which you then eliminate from your urine, skin, breath and poop. You’re doing it right now! We do it naturally all day long. Because we’re a bit overloaded with environmental pollutants,

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Migraines, Nutrition & Food Sensitivities

At the ripe old age of 12, my migraines began. I learned to treat them with prescription medications, but never learned how to prevent them until I was in my 30’s. By the time I was 27, my migraines were so crippling that I often found myself unable to even teach a 90 minute yoga class. Skull-crushing pain would often immobilize me in my bedroom for 2-3 days at a time, twice per week. I had no life and barely functioned. I was so depressed because I was already living a thoroughly healthy life, or so I thought.

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Will You Help Me Nourish Hungry Kids?

Katlynn was the poor girl in school. I remember that her clothes were often not clean, and her hair often matted. She lived in a Super 8 motel room where her mother worked as a maid. Katrina and her two younger brothers attended the same school as me during elementary and middle school. Katlynn was shy and rarely spoke. Looking back, I wonder if she was too distracted by hunger to socialize.

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