This week we interview JASON SMITH, author of The Bitter Taste of Dying, A Memoir. Jason is also the Creative Director of TheRealEdition.com, an online community that allows addicts and their loved ones to publish their stories of addiction and recovery. He is heavily involved in the recovery community in Northern California, where he frequently shares his experience, strength, and hope in getting out of the hell that is addiction.
Breathing is the most important job a human will do in their life, except most of us are doing it wrong! Today we get some great tips from Lucy Hendricks, graduate of the Lexington Healing Arts Academy Personal Training program and a current Student Massage Therapist. She has her FMS certification and is also a certified Restorative Breathing Coach. For the last four years, she’s been an integral part of the GYM Laird Strength and Conditioning team. You can also find Lucy at Darkside Strength.
Everywhere you turn people are touting the benefits of essential oils, smoothies, juices, juice pills, supplements. Especially thanks to Dr. Oz and those like him. People have been selling “cure alls” for centuries. Take snake oil for instance. This week we discuss the importance of holistic health and how it takes multiple components to achieve optimal health.
Kendall talks about her experiences making smoothies with over 20 vegetables and fruits every morning. Spoiler alert: pink poop is in this conversation.
Some of the most common complaints I hear about eating a real food diet – “It’s too hard!” or “I don’t have enough time to cook!” Well, if that sounds like you, I’m here to help you out – with something called a recipe round-up. Continue reading Recipe Round-up: 20 Easy Home-Cooked Dinners
This week Susan and Kendall check in and discuss alcohol and recovery themed articles.