Category Archives: Health

9 critical factors for surviving cancer against all odds: Glimpse TV with Dr. Kelly Turner

My friend Dr. Kelly Turner has spent years studying medical anomalies that are more common than we think. Having stumbled upon cases of spontaneous remission in cancer patients while she was getting her undergraduate degree at Harvard, Kelly wanted to learn more. She was shocked to find out how little research was being done by…Continue Reading

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this is for your inner child…seriously

I’m so excited to share my mom’s newest book and her first book written for children, Beautiful Girl: Celebrating the Wonders of Your Body. This book is designed for little girls to learn how magical and perfect their bodies are. And it’s also designed for women of all ages to be reminded. At some point within…Continue Reading

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Sometimes we have to break our own rules.

I’m trying something new this year. Instead of making a whole long list of goals that usually morphs into what feels like a to do list, I’m picking a word for the year. This year my word is GRACE. A quick story of GRACE that happened a few weeks ago: I was asked to be…Continue Reading

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Something I’ve been struggling with lately

Ever feel like you’re having a bit of an identity crisis? Entrepreneurs are encouraged to create a 30-second elevator pitch. We’re challenged to minutely identify exactly what we do and exactly who we do it for. This is something I’ve been having a lot of trouble with lately. Has boiling who you are into a…Continue Reading

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What Does “Skinny” Mean to You?

A few weeks ago my friend Patricia Moreno, author of The IntenSati Method: The Seven Secret Principles to Thinner Peace, and I decided to collaborate on something just for fun. We decided to keep it simple – a one hour tele-class where we could have an in depth conversation with one another about health and…Continue Reading

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HOT Summer Love Events

Got Svelte? Foxy New Group starts 7/15 Join me and a group of very fabulous and foxy women (and a few great men) who are getting svelte for summer. Balance your blood sugar, get rid of your sugar and carb cravings, lose a few pounds, and enjoy improved energy, a more even, stable mood, happier…Continue Reading

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A story I don’t usually tell

I was a bit of a chubby kid. The first time I remember being called fat was as I swung across the monkey bars on the playground in second grade as my schoolmate Johnny yelled out, “Hey Fatso! Move!” The first time I remember thinking about losing weight was when I was 7 years old.…Continue Reading

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