Kris Carr

Be a listener not a fixer

October 8, 2010|32Comments|

Recently, I stumbled upon a big ole pot of wisdom after doing some inner detective work and reflecting on the lessons I’ve learned through my fabulous coaching practice. It’s pretty simple. People don’t want you to fix them. They want you to LISTEN. Not only is being a fixer-upper a drag for others, it’s a major energy drain for you. My friends and family don’t need me digging into their business night and day, they… Read More >


Is Candida Sabotaging Your Health?

October 5, 2010
By Guest Blogger

I always thought I knew yeasts. They were the good guys that put the foam head into my beer and the bubbles into champagne. I was surprised when a holistic doctor told me that they can live almost anywhere. Believe it or not, one type of yeast called Candida albicans lives in each one of us. With other beneficial organisms it occurs in our digestive tracts where it forms a part of the intestinal flora.… Read More >


Six-Time Cancer Survivor Discovers Wellness

October 4, 2010
By Guest Blogger

What would you do if your doctor told you that you had cancer? What would you do if he or she told you that you had cancer for the sixth time? Not many people can answer that question. In fact, my oncologist once told me that he couldn’t even give me a prognosis because there are perhaps only 12 people on the entire planet who have gone through what I had gone through and survived.… Read More >

Kris Carr

Seth Godin & Power Storming

September 17, 2010|14Comments| Today I’m talking about throwing caution to the wind. Do you find yourself getting stuck because you’re afraid something won’t be perfect? I know I fall into that trap time and time again and frankly it’s a bore, snooze, blah. This morning, an email from Seth Godin inspired me to reinvent a program I’ve been developing over the past few months and I am so excited to share it with you today…POWER STORMING! I’ll… Read More >


Using Stimulation to Your Advantage

September 15, 2010
By Brendan Brazier

Unexpectedly hearing a loud noise when the room is quiet, you might feel a sudden rush of energy. This is the most basic form of stimulation, left over from your primal survival mechanism. Your body assumes the loud noise is a threat and prepares you for action by engaging the adrenal glands to draw more energy. In reaction to the first onset of stimulation — a form of stress — we gain energy. We become… Read More >


Prescription for Health: A Meat-Free Diet

September 13, 2010
By Neal Barnard, MD

It’s come to this: Researchers in the United Kingdom are now suggesting that fast food chains should hand out cholesterol-lowering drugs with cheeseburgers, milkshakes, and other menu items to combat the effects of these fatty foods. But they also say that statins don’t stop all of the unhealthy effects. As a doctor, I agree that statins are not the solution, and I’m calling for a reality check. Decades ago, we learned that the fat and… Read More >


11 Tips and Tricks to Kick Your Coffee Addiction

September 8, 2010
By Kristen Suzanne

Addicted to caffeine? No problem! Been there, done that. Boy, do I remember the days … working long hours, drinking two or three triple-shot soy cappuccinos. I’m surprised my adrenal glands are still functioning. Better late than never, though. I was determined to kick the coffee addiction, and I did just that with the help of the following tips and tricks. - Fresh-squeezed orange juice in the morning can give some pure raw energy instead… Read More >

Kris Carr

Trust & Calling Conditions

September 3, 2010|26Comments| Do you trust your inner wisdom or do you bounce around like a beach ball listening to everyone else’s advice but your own? When our minds are full of noise and confusion it’s hard to get to the heart of our true needs, emotions and feelings. Even though I’ve learned this lesson hundreds of times, I can easily forget my own advice. Luckily, one of my treasured mentors, Dean Ornish MD, saw this block… Read More >


Love List: Staying healthy on the road…

September 1, 2010|29Comments|

This Crazy Sexy healthy lifestyle is all well and good at home, but how the heck do you take it on the road? Answer: forward thinking and planning ahead. I don’t know about you, but my job requires lots of travel. I have a choice: I can let my health fall apart, or I can do my best to stay balanced in unfamiliar territory. Sometimes when you’re in the middle of bum f@ck nowhere, it… Read More >


Adrenal Fatigue 101

August 31, 2010
By Guest Blogger

Adrenal fatigue is one of those illnesses most people haven’t heard about. It is usually caused by stress; if you overload your body with too much physical, emotional, and/or psychological stress, your adrenals have to deal with it. Even infections, injuries, and environmental stress take a toll on the adrenals. If the glands aren’t in an environment to recover and replenish, adrenal fatigue often occurs. When you hear someone say that they’re burnt out, it’s… Read More > Healthy Home

20 Ways to Detox Your Home

August 27, 2010
By Frank Lipman, MD

Many of us have done a detox to eliminate internal toxins from our body, but how many of us do anything about the toxins in our own homes? Common household and body care products are increasingly being found to have negative health effects on the nervous and immune systems, on our reproductive systems, and on our endocrine, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The average home contains 500-1,000 chemicals, many of which we are unable to see,… Read More >


What’s the Secret to Candle 79’s Success?

August 26, 2010
By Joy Pierson

I love farmers markets more than any other market or store. I love carrots more than karats! Knowing the people who grow my food is important to me. I love weekly visits with the farmers from our area. Seeing the farmers’ pride and joy for a job well done caring for the land and their crops enhances the flavor and nourishment of what I buy from them. I love tasting the delicious fruits of their… Read More >


The Therapeutic Benefits of Our Pets

August 23, 2010
By Guest Blogger

My dog is the love of my life. She is smart, affectionate, cuddly and her adoration is completely unconditional (unless you count two full human meals a day a condition). Edie came into my life just after I was diagnosed with cancer back in 2008. My diagnosis called for me to give up work and move back in with my parents. After moving away from my friends and breaking up with my long-term boyfriend, Edie… Read More >


Low-Glycemic for Better Health

August 19, 2010
By Gabriel Cousens MD

My extensive research over some 35 years has confirmed that a low-glycemic diet is one of the key components for good health, optimal gene expression, a healthy living colloid field, stable blood sugar levels, and a quiet mind. These all support spiritual awakening. The primary purpose of the low-glycemic diet is to prevent the “self-composting button” from being pushed. As briefly discussed in Chapter 6 of my book “Spiritual Nutrition,” the subtle organizing energy fields,… Read More >

Kris Carr

Overcoming Fear with EFT

August 13, 2010|36Comments|

Hi Tapping Tiger, In this vlog I talk about how I use EFT to help with F-F-F-FEAR on scan day. Hope you enjoy it and don’t forget to check out my new girl crush Carol Look! If you want to get the most results from EFT, find a practitioner you can work with. I just started working with a woman who I love and I’m so excited to play in my gunk. Peace & EFT,… Read More >


Taking the Nutrition Prescription to the Living Kitchen

August 9, 2010
By Stefanie Sacks

Illness and the desire for wellness set me on a unique journey. It was in my mid-teens (in the funky ’80s) that I started to realize that what I ate (among many other things) actually affected the outcome of my health. I was enlightened by what I think was a Sesame Street memory—“You are what you Eat”— but also by my summer job experience as a cook at a natural foods café and by the… Read More >


R & R: Rest & My Scan Results

August 6, 2010|45Comments|

Hiya Soul Pals, So this week I’m practicing what I preach. I’m on vacation and I’m not taking work with me, so no vlog-a-lish today. But oh-boy-oh-boy stay tuned for next week’s vlog, the most revealingly personal check-in from me in ages. Hint, hint…I just had my 7 year canSer scan 2 days ago and I can’t wait to share my technique for overcoming fear and staying in your body (when you want to escape… Read More >


Giving Up TV

July 26, 2010
By Rory Freedman

July 1, 2010 It scares me to even write this because then it will be real. But that’s exactly why I need to write this – I need it to be real. I need to put it out there and be accountable. And in order to battle any addiction, you need a support group. I’m canceling my cable. Ahhh!! It’s real! I said it. I’m accountable. I’m really doing it. Oh my God. I’m freaking… Read More >

Kris Carr


July 23, 2010|48Comments|

Greetings Gorgeous! In this week’s vlog I give you a mini pH tutorial. It’s important to remember that your body is a bank account. You want to make more deposits than withdrawals. Why? Because its awesome to be wealthy and healthy! The more acidic foods you push into your god pod the more you dim your shine and pull energy from your bank account. So if ya wanna get in the pH zone, I recommend… Read More >


It’s a great day for safe cosmetics and your health!

July 22, 2010
By Stacy Malkan

On days like today, it seems actually possible that we can make the world a safer and healthier place. Or at least, we’re going to have a lot of fun trying! On that note, I invite you to watch and share Annie Leonard’s awesome new 7-minute film that reveals the toxic truth about the products we put on our bodies – and shows us what we can do about it.  As Annie explains in The… Read More >