Eight Tips for Finding Your Syncrodestiny

July 13, 2010
By Terri Cole

Who Wants to Harness the Infinite Power of Coincidence? I Do I Do! I recently had a truly transformative experience, spending five days in Taos, New Mexico with Dr. Deepak Chopra and the Chopra Center crew. Our seminar was aptly titled, Syncrodestiny – The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire/Harnessing the Infinite Power of Coincidence. Now who doesn’t want that?? My husband, Vic, and I arrived at El Monte Sagrado Resort and were immediately impressed by the… Read More >


Access to Cancer Testing and Treatment

July 8, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Jennifer Carter, M.D., M.P.H., founder and president of N-of-One Cancer is a word that doesn’t often evoke hopefulness, but people like Kris Carr, founder of Crazy Sexy Life, have shown that cancer patients can and do lead rich and vital lives. In addition to the diet and lifestyle principles discussed on this blog, readers should know that cancer treatment has changed dramatically over the last few years. I learned this first hand from watching… Read More >

Kris Carr


June 25, 2010|47Comments|

Hey Pissed-off Posies! Did you know that repressed anger can not only make you unhappy, but it can make you unhealthy? I don’t know about you, but I used to squish my feelings down. Well, this week I had an opportunity to express some hot holy hell and I learned a lot from what happened. When you get pissed do you deal with it or do you lie to protect others and avoid tough questions?… Read More >

Kris Carr


June 18, 2010|37Comments|

Hey Hey Chiquita Banana, Check out this week’s vlog and get some crazy sexy tips on how to stay motivated from yours truly. Apres viewing, why not share one negative belief that’s holding you back in the comments section. I’ll be checking in over the weekend to guide the groovy conversation. Let’s peel the emotional banana and get down and dir-tay! Peace and motivation, Kris PS- I think unicorns fart glitter, do you?


Part 2: Seven Tips to a Blissful Birth

June 17, 2010
By Latham Thomas

  Photo credit: Timothi Graham If you are pregnant or want to support someone who is please take these 7 tips to a blissful birth journey and add them to your arsenal. Remember to practice what you preach and that will make you even more effective in assisting the mother-to-be. Ways to Support the pregnant goddess: 1. Holding sacred space- a woman must feel safe in order to give birth, if the conditions are such… Read More >


Sleep and Rhythm: How To Live In Accordance With Your Natural Cycles

June 15, 2010
By Frank Lipman, MD

In addition to a healthy diet and regular exercise, getting enough restful sleep is the most important thing you can do for your health. Proper sleep is one of the keys to looking and feeling your best, yet it’s estimated that up to 70 percent of Americans are chronically sleep deprived. Chronic sleep problems interfere with your body’s natural rhythms and rob it of the time it needs to restore itself. The incidence of many… Read More >


Conscious Camping Tips

June 14, 2010
By Guest Blogger

  By Carolyn “The Healthy Voyager” Scott Summer is just around the corner, and what’s more summer prep appropriate than camping? Whether you rough it, tent it, take a camper or an RV, you tend to not have all the comforts and accoutrement of home when you’re sleeping under the stars, which makes it very easy to fall into a rut of convenience store food, cooler snacks and campfire munchies. This can lead to sleepless… Read More >



June 11, 2010|33Comments|

Aloha Life Lovers, Ta da! Check out my 2nd Vlog. This week’s topic is perfection and I sure hope it resonates with you. I also circled back to last week’s vlog on rest and highlighted a brilliant comment made on my Facebook fan page. I’ll be checking comments all weekend (in between some learning and healing at Omega and my juice and smoothie demos at CAS). Leave any thoughts, nuggets or ah-has, ’cause you know… Read More >


Iron In Your Diet

June 10, 2010
By Lilli Link, MD

When it comes to getting iron from your diet, think Goldilocks. You don’t want too much and you don’t want too little. Fortunately, getting just the right amount is not that hard, even for people who don’t eat animal foods. The main reason we need to be sure our bodies have adequate amounts of iron is to avoid anemia. This is a condition of too few red blood cells. Some of the first symptoms of… Read More >


Health Challenges: Ten Tips for Happiness

June 9, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Maria Mooney Over the past five years, my illness evolution has unfolded exactly the way it was meant to unfold, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the process, admittedly becoming impatient at times. My diagnosis of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (RSD/CRPS) has been my greatest gift, my teacher, and my master, bringing me closer to my core self, others, and a higher power. I received the message loud and clear in the form of… Read More >


Acupuncture: How, When, and Why?

June 1, 2010
By Tracy Piper

Today I want to talk to you about one of my life’s passions: Acupuncture. Acupuncture, one of the oldest healing practices in the world, is an alternative healing modality used to restore and maintain health. Fine sterile needles are placed at specific points of the body, which stimulate qi (life force energy). Acupuncture can be used for many ailments but must be performed by a qualified practitioner to be safe and effective. Our body is… Read More >


You Cannot Live Without Bacteria!

May 27, 2010
By Guest Blogger

As you might already know, digestion (and good healthy poops!) is one of my favorite topics. “Probiotics” are all the rage these days but with so many to choose from what’s a crazy sexy gal or dude to do? I’ve found that Dr. Ohirra’s blend gives me perky and productive bowels. I’ve ask Martie (an expert at Ohirra headquarters) to share the nuts and bolts of bacteria in our bellies and explain why bacteria help… Read More >


For Yoga Beginners: Operation Lotus

May 26, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Kino MacGregor The experience of your first yoga class feels like embarking on a mysterious adventure in a whole new terrain. As you curiously peer into the incense-filled hallways lined with Ganesh and Shiva, the open-hearted calm beckons you to travel into your own sacred inner realm. The seductive power of yoga is an addictive calling to go deeper into yourself. Once you experience firsthand how magical yoga is, all resistance becomes futile. Regardless… Read More >


The Life Wheel: “Picture” Your Health

May 24, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Erinn Selkis To become healthier and live a fuller and more joyful life, it’s helpful to get a clear picture of where you are currently. Just like store maps in malls, we need a “You are here!” point before forging ahead. I encourage you to do this simple exercise to give yourself a broad overview of your health as you perceive it. Once you have a general picture, you can slowly make improvements in… Read More >


How To Activate the “Rest and Digest” System

May 20, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Giuliana Torre The key for optimum health is operating from the parasympathetic nervous system as opposed to the sympathetic nervous system (SNS). The sympathetic nervous system is what activates the flight or fight response. It is triggered by stress, fear, caffeine, and just about anything else that causes the heart rate to increase and keeps us living on an adrenaline rush. For many of us, this is a state that is sustained all day… Read More >


Harnessing the Internet for Hope and Support

May 17, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Sona Mehring How can I best help my good friends and their soon-to-be-born (way too soon!) baby girl? That was the question I faced back in 1997, when those friends told me they would be delivering their daughter at just 23 weeks. My friends were going to be isolated in the hospital for weeks, if not months, and they faced the overwhelming task of letting everyone know the latest news. This gave me an… Read More >


Preventing Heart Disease

May 12, 2010
By Michael Greger, MD

The number one cause of death in the United States every single year for both men and women since 1918 (when a bird flu virus likely triggered the deadliest plague in human history) continues to be heart disease. William Clifford Roberts recently published a landmark review on the cause of our number one killer. Dr. Roberts is executive director of the Baylor Cardiovascular Institute, has authored more than 1,300 scientific publications, written more than a… Read More >


Spring Clean Your Kitchen

April 27, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Carolyn “The Healthy Voyager” Scott Spring is upon us, and that means it’s time for spring cleaning—out with the old to make room for the new. That applies to your kitchen, too. You might be surprised to learn that many of the cooking items you use on a daily basis could be harming your health and rendering your nutritious foods useless. I’ve compiled my top 5 items that should be added to your toss… Read More >


The Role of Colleges in Student Health

April 26, 2010
By Daphne Oz

Last fall, Lincoln University made headlines when its administrators instituted a class called “Fitness for Life,”which covered everything from nutrition and exercise to sleep and stress management. The course was to provide basic health education and equip Lincoln’s students with the tools they needed to implement a healthy lifestyle in college and beyond. Making such a class available is certainly commendable. Making such a class mandatory for students with a body mass index over 30… Read More >


10 Kid-Friendly Earth Day Tips

April 22, 2010
By Guest Blogger

By Ruby Roth 1. Grocery Shopping: Picking fruits and vegetables at a farmers’ market is a great moment to talk about where we spend our money, where it goes, and where it’s not going (as in factory farms). Your kids get to hold the money, hand it over to a farmer in exchange for some beautiful food, and learn the power of their purchases. 2. Errands: Turn boring chores like picking up cleaning products or… Read More >