A Call to Magic, the Artful Science of Transforming Self and World with Mitch Williams

March 26, 2013
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Mitch Williams, the author of the book A Call to Magic - the Artful Science of Transforming Self and World joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development Channel. Mitch is an authority on creativity, peak performance, and personal transformation.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guests Mitch Williams discuss the following:

  • You're a professional magician, and you've been described as an authority on personal transformation. How does magic fit into the self-help arena?
  • I notice you refer to yourself as an "inspirational speaker" rather than a "motivational speaker". Is this just another way of saying the same thing? What's the distinction?
  • Your book is about how to transform our own lives and impact the greater world around us, and the main theme is "magic". How do those tie in together?
  • How can listeners use the "magic" idea to improve their quality of life and be more happy, healthy, and fulfilled?
  • I understand the Kindle edition of your book is going to be available for a limited time as a free download. Can you tell us more about that?


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Mitch Williams is an international award winning magician and sleight of hand artist, an inspirational speaker, and an authority on creativity, personal transformation, and peak performance. As an entertainer, he has performed for audiences throughout the US and Canada, in Japan, and in Europe. For over thirty-five years, he has been an avid student of cutting edge information on human development, transformational psychology, future studies, and psycho-spirituality.


As a speaker, Mitch has presented seminars and workshops, which combine his astounding magic with uplifting and thought provoking messages on the "real magic" within and around us, for corporations, service organizations, and other groups throughout the country, to rave reviews. A true modern Reinnassance man, he is an accomplished artist, musician, poet, author, athlete, gardener, gourmet cook, woodworker, and a martial artist with a fourth degree black belt in Judo. Mitch currently lives in Canton, Illinois.


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Related Web Site: www.mitchinspires.com


Note: The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions or beliefs of the show host or it's owners.


Ateevia Botanica’s PRIME Therapy pain relief cream

March 25, 2013
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Dr. Marc & Ronit Arginteanu of Ateevia Botanica joins eHealth Radio and the Pain Management Channel to talk about Ateevia Botanica’s PRIME Therapy pain relief cream.


Dr. Marc is a board certified Neurosurgeon who maintains a private practice in New York City and suburban New Jersey, and is an active member of the Ateevia Botanica scientific team. Ronit received her B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and began her legal practice at Sherman & Sterling's New York offices 20 years ago. Ronit is currently one of the owners of Ateevia Botanica, a natural, unprocessed over-the-counter topical anti-inflammatory product.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guests Dr. Marc & Ronit Arginteanu discuss the following:

  • Where does name of the product come from?
  • What is the active ingredient here?
  • With so many creams on market, what makes PRIME different?
  • How many years did it take to develop the product?
  • Which ailments does the product provide relief?
  • Is Ateevia Botanica's PRIME Therapy FDA or HPUS approved?
  • Is the product safe to use, how often do you use it?
  • Where is it sold & how much is it?


2 conclusions for listeners to improve some element of their health:


1. Did you know that certain phytonutrients, such as beta carotene common in pumpkin, have properties which minimize the COX-2 pro inflammatory pathway, allowing them to perform like a synthetic non-steroidal anti inflammatory drug (ie aspirin) in the human body? Likewise gamma linolenic acid or GLA, also known as Omega-6, is converted by the human body to a substance that resembles hormones and is known as PGE1 or prostaglandin E1. Borage has one of the highest amounts of GLA - 20-26 %


2. We have known that diet and nutrition can have an impact on inflammatory conditions, but we now know that the topical application of these plant-derived elements can also have a significant effect on reducing inflammation via studies conducted in Japan and published in the Journal of Lipid Research.


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Dr. Marc Shaun Arginteanu


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Dr. Arginteanu is board certified Neurosurgeon. Additionally, he completed fellowship training in Orthopedic Spine surgery. Dr. Arginteanu completed his medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of the AOA (medical honor society.) He maintains a private practice in New York City and suburban New Jersey, with multiple locations. Dr. Arginteanu is involved in medical teaching and holds a position as Clinical Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. Dr. Arginteanu's busy neurosurgical practice is complimented by continued publications of scientific research papers. He is an active members of multiple Neurosurgical societies, both on a local and national level. He was elected president of the New Jersey Neurosurgical Society in 2012.


Ronit Arginteanu, Esq.


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Ronit Arginteanu received her B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. She interned for the Honorable Anne E. Thompson, a US District Court Judge in Trenton, New Jersey. Upon becoming licensed to practice law in New York, she began her legal practice at Sherman & Sterling's real estate department in New York. During her 10 years in New York City, Ronit practiced contract law within the divisions of real estate, corporate and intellectual property departments at other large law firms including O'Melveny & Myers, Proskauer, Rose and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.


Ronit is currently one of the owners of DRT Laboratories, a manufacturer of cosmetic products under the Earthen label, as well as an over-the-counter topical anti-inflammatory product known as Ateevia Botanica PRIME. She resides in Cresskill, New Jersey with her husband, Marc, and their 3 children, aged 16, 14 and 10 as well as their dogs, Fred and Milo, and Goliath the Frog.


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Related Web Site: www.ateevia.com


SuperbaTM Krill , a healthy, pure and sustainable Omega-3 solution

March 24, 2013
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Eric Anderson, Vice President of Global Marketing, at Aker BioMarine, an integrated biotechnology company dedicated to the sustainable harvest of krill and development of krill-derived biotech products joins eHealth Radio and the Health & Nutrition Channels.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Eric Anderson discuss the following:

  • What is krill?
  • Why choose krill when there are other Omega-3 options in the marketplace that consumers might already be familiar with?
  • You said krill has proven health benefits. What are they and who would benefit the most from krill?
  • You mentioned that phospholipid omega-3s provide great health benefits. Can you further explain what phospholipid omega-3s are?
  • Earlier you mentioned safe environmental practices and sustainability. Why is this important?
  • SuperbaTM Krill contains astazanthin. What is astaxanthin and what are the benefits?


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Eric Anderson is Vice-President Global Marketing for Aker BioMarine Antarctic, a sustainable biotech ingredient supplier dedicated to the development and promotion of krill-based products. Currently Aker is working to spread the latest news regarding the health benefits of Superba(tm) Krill, providing phospholipid-bound EPA/DHA with astaxanthin. Aker's brand Superba Krill is harvested under Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification, the only krill fishery to earn this internationally recognized endorsement.


Eric has been a member of the natural products industry for more than 18 years, during which time he was involved in the introduction of several novel ingredients, including CLA and natural Vitamin K2.


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Related Web Site: www.superbakrill.com


How to get rid of the fat in those stubborn areas with Michelle Amore

March 22, 2013
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Michelle Amore, Co-Owner of Precision Human Performance Chicago's Premier Fitness Facility with a staff of elite fitness professionals providing clients with an unparalleled experience joins eHealth Radio & the Health and Fitness Channels.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Michelle Amore discuss the following:

  • How did you get into this field, what is your story?
  • What differentiates what you provide from other facilities?
  • So Is MAT like massage or rolphing and how can it help with joint and muscle pain?
  • Ok, so the big question that everyone asks as soon as they find out they are talking to a trainer - how do I get rid of "this" (while pointing to an area on their body - usually belly or thighs)?  How DO you get rid of those stubborn areas?
  • What do you think about "Crossfit" and "Insanity" and Bootcamp style workouts? Is that the quickest/best way to get fit?


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Michelle Amore is the co-founder of Precision Human Performance and has been a Fitness Professional for over 15 years. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology at Michigan State University as well as the title of Mastery Level Resistance Training Specialist and Mastery Level Muscle Activation Techniques Specialist and is currently pursuing Muscle Activation Techniques Rx. Additionally, she has advanced certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach and Certified Personal Trainer.


Her personal clientele consists of individuals with varying goals and fitness levels. Always creating a unique exercise experience for each individual client, Michelle provides a process of exercise every session to ensure proper progression and allow for positive skeletal and neuromuscular adaptation, while always addressing the needs, wants and expectations of each and every client for life-long participation.


Always a student of science, education is one of Michelle’s passions in the world of exercise. As both an educator for Precision Human Performance, the Resistance Training Specialist (RTS) Program and the American Council on Exercise (ACE), she offers her knowledge, skill and experience to help create and develop true exercise professionals while continuing to see that ”the more one learns, the more one realizes how much he/she does not know!” She believes in the life-long commitment to safe exercise and continuous learning.


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Related Web Site: www.precisionhumanperformance.com


Biggest mistakes in the weight room with Jeff Archibald

March 21, 2013
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Jeff Archibald, Fitness Trainer in West Los Angeles, with 25 years of experience, comprehensive indoor and outdoor fitness training, weightlifting, corrective conditioning, general fitness, indoor rock climbing, hiking, trail running, as well as instructing and guiding groups for mtn biking and road cycling in Los Angeles and Vail, CO joins eHealth Radio & the Health and Fitness Channels.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Jeff Archibald discuss the following:

  • In regards to cardiovascular exercise, what easy to follow advice do you have for people to do to improve fat loss?
  • In regards to diet what advice for people to do to improve fat loss and fitness levels?
  • What is the biggest mistake you see men doing in the weight room? Women?
  • What is the number 1 factor that keeps people motivated year after year?
  • Any specific recommendations to help people improve fitness?
  • Do you recommend yoga, cross fit, bootcamps or any other group fitness classes?
  • What personally keeps you motivated?


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In the winter of 1991, while a full-time student at CU Boulder and skiing every weekend in Vail, I started working part-time as a fitness instructor at The PULSE Fitness Center.  By 1992 I was a full-time personal trainer with a diverse range of clientele. In October of 1993 I moved to Vail, CO to ski, hike, and bike the magnificent Rocky Mountains. By 1994 I was again working full-time as a trainer in two health clubs. I also trained clients in-home and designed home gyms throughout the Vail Valley.


The Pulse Fitness Center in Boulder was a wonderful experience. Our 5,000 cumulative members included several professional bodybuilders, cyclists, tri-athletes, rock climbers, alpinists, and skiers. Many of the trainers also coached me (a few were ex-professional athletes of a wide variety). As trainers we were all required to attend seminars and pass exams on physical therapy and injury prevention.


However, there is no substitute for learning the hard way. I am, unfortunately, referring to my own physical therapy/recovery from a variety of mogul skiing and mountain biking injuries. I specialize in post-physical therapy exercise.


My personal education of recovery includes a compression fractures of the thoracic spine in '88, dozens of lower lumbar sprains from '88 to '99, fractured/dislocated shoulder in '95 which lead to surgery in 2000, a full ACL reconstruction of the right knee in '96, and an assortment of broken ribs, pulled muscles, bruises, and joint sprains all together with a hundred plus stitches from head to toe. I have had hundreds of hours of physical therapy over the years. In addition, I have also worked as a physical therapy aide; which may explain why I do not want to be a physical therapist... recovering therapy patients complain even more than healthy training clients (I know I did!). I am happy to report that I am 95% recovered.


Exercise is 'rehabilitation' if performed properly.


Proper training has to include joint & spine stabilization, postural correction, core conditioning, and most importantly…. MOTIVATION!


With the help of numerous professionals and thousands of hours of cross-training, I am now durable enough to compete at the expert level of mountain biking. Other recreational activities (for self and those who volunteer) include trail running, rock climbing, weight lifting, stairs, and occasional yoga & swimming.


A majority of my past and present clientele have been in the ages of 40 to 70. Most have had sports injuries, bursitis, and/or arthritis to work through. There is nothing better than proving MD's don't know much about exercise. I do train serious athletes as well.  I have been one most of my life and I know what it takes to excel.


Related Web Site: www.BOLDFITNESS.com

The Addictions Coach, Cali Estes

March 17, 2013
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Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, is a Psychotherapist, addictions coach, life coach and wellness coach. She specializes in stress, anxiety and lifestyle management and joins eHealth Radio and the Stress Management Channel.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Cali Estes discuss the following:

  • Explain to our listeners what you do and how you help others in the field of health and wellness.
  • I see you specialize in stress and anxiety.  Are people reaching for drugs to cope with those issues or more alternative methods?  How do you approach those topics with your clients?
  • You travel to LA, NYC and Miami for clients. You also skype and work with clients via phone. How is this new way of working with clients beneficial to them and is it growing?
  • Your approach is very different. Please explain how you focus on the 'underlying cause' of the problems people face and how you assist them in achieving their goals and moving in a positive direction.
  • What tips can you give our listeners on how to make the most of their day and how to handle issues that arise in their lives?


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With over 18 years’ experience as a Therapist, Life Coach and Wellness Coach, Cali Estes is currently serving as private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Cali has been featured on NBC Universal News for her work with Addictions and published in several journals and books with her work on ADD and Relationships. Cali’s multidimensional approach focuses on getting to the underlying cause of the problem and working in the present to combat the issues by creating a safe and secure environment for her clients to learn and grow and tackle life challenges. Her unique background blend of psychotherapy, life coaching and wellness coaching allows the client to get to the underlying cause of their issues quicker, safer and produce results faster.


In addition to being a prominent therapist and coach, Cali Estes has presented at National conferences and is currently a CADAAC supported Master Trainer/Teacher. She has presented nationally and internationally and is a sought after Sober Coach and Life Coach to Actors, Musicians, CEO's, Doctors, Sports Figures and Attorneys that need 100% Confidentiality when dealing with life issues.


Cali Estes is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.


See more info at www.theaddictionscoach.com and www.caliestes.com.


Powered by Me for Educators Pre-K to 12 with Sherianna Boyle

March 16, 2013
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Sherianna Boyle, a former school psychologist, present adjunct psychology professor, has taught yoga/meditation for the past eleven years, and is also the author of Powered by Me for Educators Pre-K to 12 (Balboa Press) joins eHealth Radio and the Health and Education Channels.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Sherianna Boyle discuss the following:

  • What is Powered by Me?
  • Can you give our listeners an example of the difference between a tool and a power tool?
  • In your book you offer numerous "Try This" tips. Could you share two of those tips with us today?
  • Do you believe self-awareness is the key to student and teacher success?


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Sherianna Boyle, resides on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, with her husband and three daughters. She holds a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in School Psychology from The University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her background includes extensive work in public education, parent education, educational workshops, and she is a Professor of Psychology at Cape Cod Community College. Sherianna has been teaching yoga and meditation for the past eleven years. Four of those years were spent owning and operating a yoga studio in her community. In addition to being a writer, Sherianna continues to develop herself professionally in the field of Energy Psychology.


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Related Web Site: www.poweredbymenow.com


Note: The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions or beliefs of the show host or it's owners.


A Bleeding Brain with Andrew Bloom

March 15, 2013
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Andrew Bloom, the author of A Bleeding Brain - a true story about how he has suffered three brain stem bleeds as a result of a birth defect which resulted in his undergoing intensive rehabilitation on four separate occasions. He has also undergone brain surgery in an attempt to correct the underlying problem. Through all this, he has maintained a positive attitude. He joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel to talk about the book and experience.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Andrew Bloom discuss the following:

  • For the first 21 years did you have any idea you were living with a malformation in your brain?
  • After the first bleed did you feel the worst was behind you?
  • The second bleed sounds like it was devastating to you and your family. Describe that event.
  • Then surgery corrected the problem?
  • Today what limitations do you still face?
  • What would you like our listeners to take away from your story?


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Andrew S. Bloom was born in Great Neck, New York, to Sharon and Arnold Bloom. Andrew grew up in Plainview, New York, and moved to Florida shortly after graduating from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, in 1992. He has suffered three brainstem bleeds as a result of a birth defect which resulted in his undergoing intensive rehabilitation on four separate occasions. He has also undergone brain surgery in an attempt to correct the underlying problem. Through all this, he has maintained a positive attitude. His first book, A Bleeding Brain, is an inspiring and amazing true story.


He resides in West Palm Beach, Florida, with his wife, Caroline; son, Ryan; daughter, Samantha; and their dog, Oreo.


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YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxw2yfADKao


Pro-inflammatory substances that cause pain with Dr. Dan Twogood

March 15, 2013
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Dr. Dan Twogood has been practicing for 30 years as a chiropractor and has just released his newest book, Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days and joins eHealth Radio and the Pain Management Channel. He shares information and solutions that you have not heard from your doctor.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Dan Twogood discuss the following:

  • What is the difference between pain and chronic pain?
  • What are some of these pro-inflammatory substances that cause pain?
  • I've always heard that milk is good for you? Why is it a problem?
  • What are some other things that can cause chronic pain?
  • How can our listeners learn more?


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Dr. Twogood began practicing in 1982 at the International Sports Medicine Institute in West Los Angeles. While there he treated many of the athletes in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. He began his private practice in Apple Valley, California in 1985. There, he met a patient who told him that he suffered with chronic back pain and headaches for 20 years. Doctors couldn't help him, but because of high cholesterol, he changed his diet. Within a few weeks he was free of his chronic pain. He later found out that milk and dairy foods caused his pain to return.


Dr. Twogood began experimenting with diet manipulation in 1985 and wrote his first book, "No Milk" in 1991. He has chronicled more of his practice experiences in three more books, "How to Rid Your Body of Pain" in 1996, "MSG is Everywhere" in 1997, and his newest book, "Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days" in 2011. He is available to talk to your group about how to get rid of chronic pain.


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Contact:
Dr. Dan Twogood drtwogood@aol.com

Links: chronicpaingone90days.com


A unique approach to healing with Dr. Siva Mohan

March 14, 2013
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Dr. Siva Mohan an Ayurvedic expert specializing in integration with Western Medicine, and the psychospiritual basis of disease with a unique approach to healing joins eHealth Radio.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Siva Mohan discuss the following:

  • What is Ayurveda?
  • Who and or what is Ayurveda beneficial for?
  • What are some typical lifestyle changes you recommend to new clients?
  • What are some typical results your clients would experience in the first month?
  • What would be your #1 recommendation to people for better health this year?


TIP: If you suffer from a health issue or disease such Cancer, Joint Ailments, Cardiovascular Disease, Anxiety, Food Intolerances such as gluten or lactose, I would really encourage you to explore Ayurveda. Many of my clients have drastically reduced their dependence on medications, and in some cases eliminated the need for it all together, since adopting some Ayurvedic practices. If you are interested in learning more about Ayurveda, visit www.doctormohan.com for details.


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Dr. Siva Mohan began her career with a BA in neuroscience and a medical degree from Cornell University. She completed a Public Health Masters at UC Berkeley before beginning her Ayurvedic journey at the California College of Ayurveda. Dr. Mohan went on to further her Ayurvedic studies with Dr. Vasant Lad in India, and has since brilliantly fused her extensive medical and Ayurvedic expertise to form a genuinely unique approach to healing.


Dr. Mohan’s private Ayurvedic practice in Long Beach centers on how Ayurveda can compliment modern medicine, to take a truly integrative approach to health.


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Related Web Site: www.doctormohan.com


Note: The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions or beliefs of the show host or it's owners.