Ellen Goldsmith, Co-founder of Pearl Natural Health, is a recognized educator, health advocate, and practitioner in the field of holistic and integrative health care. She developed a distinct method for cultivating body/mind health for emerging performing artists at New York Universitys Tisch School of the Arts in her program, Body Coaching for Performing Artists. Her international teaching has trained hundreds of health professionals in the field of Asian Bodywork, self-transformation, and End of Life Care. She is adjunct faculty at the National College of Natural Medicines Classical Chinese Medicine Department, teaching Chinese Dietetics and its application in western society. For over 25 years Ellen has shared her passion for transformation through health, practicing Asian medicine, acupuncture, dietary therapy, Chinese herbs, body-mind health, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction programs supporting thousands of people on their path to regained vitality. Ellen is the creator and host of Health Currents Radio, a new podcast created to inspire, motivate, and connect people to resources that empower them through health. Her notable guests have included:Bob Moore, founder and owner of Bobs Red MillCurt Ellis, filmmaker and co-creator of King Corn, co-founder and CEO of FoodCorpsMichelle Bouchard, president of HealthCorps, co-founded by Dr. Mehmet Oz and his wife Lisa OzGuru Hari Das, tea master of Yogi Tea ProductsJessica Porter, author of Hip Chicks Guide to Macrobiotics and The Milf Diet CookbookEllens commitment to increasing the publics access to naturopathic and Chinese medicine is highlighted by her long time membership on the National College of Natural Medicines board of directors, functioning on the Executive Committee, and her 8-year tenure on the Acupuncture Advisory Committee to the Oregon Board of Medical Examiners.Ellen is a graduate of the National College of Natural Medicines Classical Chinese Medicine program, with a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine, is licensed as an acupuncturist, and certified in Chinese herbal therapy.
Acupuncture without Borders: Providing Relief, Recovery and Support05/10/2017 Duración: 32min
Melanie Rubin, M.Ed., associate director and Director of National Disaster Relief of Acupuncturists Without Borders (AWB) discusses how AWB provides disaster relief, recovery and support for building resiliency – to communities affected by disasters, human conflict, environmental devastation, poverty and social injustice. Unresolved trauma affects not only the health of individuals, but the well-being of families, communities and entire nations. Trauma often has repercussions for generations, preventing cooperation, co-existence and peace among the world’s people. AWB’s mission is to interrupt the devastating effects of trauma by reducing suffering and helping individuals and communities find greater balance and resiliency. We use community-style ear acupuncture as a powerful, simple, safe way of helping people “reset” their nervous systems to a greater state of calm, quiet and clarity. When a group experiences this relief from chaos, hope, determination and resiliency can begin to be restored, which allows
Lyme Disease and Its Treatment: with Dr. Tom Messinger12/07/2017 Duración: 29min
Lyme disease affects more than 300,000 people in the United States, costs $1.3 billion to treat each year and is the sixth most common reported infectious disease in the United States. It is named after Lyme, Conn., where it was first discovered 40 years ago. Lyme disease, contracted through bites from a black footed deer tick and caused by the Borrelia burgdoferi bacteria, was once thought of as a disease only contracted in the Northeastern region of the United States. However with the spread of housing into once rural areas, the overabundance of deer and white footed mice (another carrier of the deer tick) and climate change Lyme disease has spread throughout the country and throughout the world. We need to be aware that one can contract Lyme in Oregon. Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac. speaks with Dr. Tom Messinger about Lyme disease and its treatment. Dr Messinger practices naturopathic medicine in Portland, Oregon, specializing in the treatment of Lyme and chronic Lyme disease. Prior to becoming an N.D.,he was a
An Inside Job: A psychologist shares healing wisdom for your cancer journey20/04/2017 Duración: 11min
Advice from cancer specialists, psychologists, and other healers..... Amidst all of the doctors’ visits, unfamiliar treatments, anxiety, and fear that follow a cancer diagnosis, it’s crucial to maintain a sense of stability and peace during your journey. That’s exactly what An Inside Job: A Psychologist Shares Healing Wisdom for Your Cancer Journey offers readers. By combining scientific findings with integrative wisdom and the true, heartwarming stories of her cancer patients, Susan Apollon—a psychologist who has specialized in integrative oncology, grief, and trauma for nearly 30 years—provides a deeper, richer perspective of what we call “healing.” You’ll find a wealth of practical steps and insightful advice to help you shift to a more positive perspective, tap into hope, and pursue the possibility of a physical, emotional, and spiritual healing experience. - See more at: http://kboo.fm/media/57074-inside-job#sthash.JF2P6JS3.dpuf
An Interview with Peggy Orenstein: Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape14/03/2017 Duración: 24min
Peggy Orenstein is the author of The New York Times best-sellers Girls & Sex, Cinderella Ate My Daughter and Waiting for Daisy as well as Flux: Women on Sex, Work, Kids, Love and Life in a Half-Changed World and the classic, School Girls: Young Women, Self-Esteem and the Confidence Gap. A contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, Peggy has also written for such publications as The Los Angeles Times, Vogue, Elle, Time, Mother Jones, Slate, O: The Oprah Magazine, and The New Yorker, and has contributed commentaries to NPR’s All Things Considered and the PBS Newshour Her articles have been anthologized multiple times, including in The Best American Science Writing. She has been a keynote speaker at numerous colleges and conferences and has been featured on, among other programs, Nightline, CBS This Morning, The Today Show, NPR’s Fresh Air and Morning Edition and CBC’s As It Happens. In 2012, The Columbia Journalism Review named Peggy one of its “40 women who changed the media business in the past 40
Podcast: Sandor Ellix Katz and Wild Fermentation an Interview15/02/2017 Duración: 14min
Sandor Ellix Katz is a fermentation revivalist. His books Wild Fermentation (2003, 2016) and the Art of Fermentation (2012), along with the hundreds of fermentation workshops he has taught around the world and helped to catalyze a broad revival of the fermentation arts. A self-taught experimentalist who lives in rural Tennessee, the New York Times calls him “one of the unlikely rock stars of the American food scene.” Sandor is the recipient of a James Beard award and many other honors.
Podcast: Interview with Mark Hyman, M.D., Eat Fat, Get Thin24/01/2017 Duración: 27min
The companion cookbook to Dr. Hyman's revolutionary Eat Fat, Get Thin, with more than 175 delicious, nutritious, heart- and waist-friendly recipes. Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac., interviews Dr. Mark Hyman on KBOO's Healthwatch Dr. Hyman's Eat Fat, Get Thin radically changed the way we view dietary fat, and proved that the key to losing weight and keeping it off is to eat ample amounts of good fats. Now, Dr. Hyman shares more than 175 mouthwatering recipes to help you incorporate these good fats into your diet and continue on your path to wellness. With easy-to-prepare recipes for every meal--featuring nuts, coconut oil, avocados, and lots of other superfoods you thought were "off limits"--you can achieve fast and sustained weight loss. Your health is a life-long journey, and THE EAT FAT, GET THIN COOKBOOK helps make that journey both do-able and delicious. Mark Hyman, MD, is the director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, founder of The UltraWellness Center, and New York Times bestselling auth
Podcast: The Microbiome Solution an interview with Dr. Robynne Chutkan16/11/2016 Duración: 30min
Gastroenterologist Dr. Robynne Chutkan speaks with Ellen Goldsmith, L.Ac. on Healthwatch about living a little more dirty and eating clean as a way to heal your gut. With the prevalence of chronic afflictions like obesity, diabetes, food allergies, auto-immune disease, chronic fatigue, depression, acne & rosacea they'll talk about the connection to digestive health and the microbiome. Dr. Chutkan discusses her new book The Microbiome Solution: A Radical New Way to Heal Your Body from the Inside Out.