Randy Alvarez and Christa Orecchio interview Naturopathic Doctor Lauren Noel about liver health, glutathione, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
Dr. Lauren Noel is the founder of Shine Natural Medicine. She was awarded her Bachelor Degree in psychology from Biola University in La Mirada, California. During her undergraduate studies, she worked in an acupuncture clinic and discovered the beauty of natural medicine. She also developed a passion for nutrition and began pursuing a career that viewed “food as medicine.” …Read More
No more mammograms? In Randy’s interview with breast surgeon Christine Horner, M.D., we learn she is not a fan of the mammogram! She strongly advises (for early detection) women to use ultrasound, thermography and self-exam. She explains what you need to know about screening and the supplements you need to take to lower your risk.
Randy Alvarez and Christa Orecchio interview Nutritional Psychologist Marc David, M.A.
about his new book The Slow Down Diet: Your Relationship with Food on The Randy & Christa Show.
According to Marc David, our modern culture revolves around fitting as much as possible into the least amount of time. As a result, most people propel themselves through life at a dizzying pace that is contrary to a healthy lifestyle. …Read More
Randy Alvarez and Christa Orecchio interview Certified Nutritionist Trudy Scott discuss food-based solutions to anxiety on The Randy & Christa Show.
Trudy’s emphasis is on educating successful women about a healthy and balanced lifestyle, dietary choices based on a whole-foods approach and individualized nutrient supplementation as needed – so you can be your healthiest, look your best and feel on-top-of-the-world emotionally. …Read More
Randy Alvarez and Christa Orecchio interview Dr. Sara Van Anrooy about vitamin D and depression on The Randy & Christa Show.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient/hormone for optimal brain health. Vitamin D is actually not a vitamin but a prohormone or hormone building block. Vitamins by definition are provided through food and the primary source of Vitamin D is UVB rays from the sun. A small amount is available through food sources. …Read More
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