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New health beverage will give you that extra push!

New health beverage will give you that extra push!

November 29, 2021

 

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Luis Manta, the Founder and Creator of Seoul Juice, a Korean Pear Juice that is as healthy as it is tasty and has been a top selling product across the United States joins eHealth Radio and the Beverage and Health News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Luis Manta discuss the following:

  1. Why did you decide to create your health beverage?
  2. Why should people be more conscious now more than ever before about what they are putting into their bodies?
  3. What makes your drink different? Healthier?
  4. What does the future hold for your company?
  5. For those who haven't tried your drink... what does it taste like?

 

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As a college athlete, I was always searching for ways to better replenish my body's nutrients. The inspiration to create a functional beverage came to me while doing research in one of my college classes. As a result of both of my parents growing up overseas, I was accustomed to eating fruits and vegetables not commonly found in the United States, and I came to realize that many of the fruits I grew up eating had many unique functional qualities.

The sports drinks I was consuming as an athlete contained many artificial ingredients, so I made it my mission to create a better-for-you hydration beverage solely from fruit. After a long experimental process of multiple recipes and countless hours in my college apartment, Seoul Juice became a reality. I am excited to share Seoul Juice with others who share my passion for clean hydration.

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Website: https://seouljuice.com 

Social Media Links:
Instagram: https://instagram.com/seouljuice 
Facebook: https://facebook.com/seouljuice 

Thinking Nervous-System First with Garrett Salpeter

Thinking Nervous-System First with Garrett Salpeter

November 9, 2021

 

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Garrett Salpeter, Founder and CEO of the NeuFit Method, a teachable care pathway around the Neubie® device that supports safe, consistent and optimal use of electrical stimulation joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Technology Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Garrett Salpeter discuss the following:

  1. Give our listeners a brief definition of the nervous system. How does it work?
  2. When might the nervous system impede recovery?
  3. What is the NeuFit Method? How did you come up with it?
  4. What is Neubie technology?
  5. How can readers enhance recovery from physical trauma?

Garrett Salpeter combined training in neuroscience and engineering to start NeuFit, a company at the nexus of neurology and fitness, dedicated to treating athletes and patients in the realization of fitness goals, effective rehabilitation, and improved overall health. He is the host of The NeuFit Undercurrent, a podcast for patients and practitioners interested in learning more about neurology’s role in recovery and performance. Garrett and his team have worked with thousands of patients recovering from neurological impairments, chronic pain, and sports injuries, including professional athletes, sports teams, and universities.

 

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Website: https://neu.fit

Social Media Links:
LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/garrett-salpeter
Instagram: https://instagram.com/neufitrfp

A Surprising Way to Heal in an Era Defined by Trauma

A Surprising Way to Heal in an Era Defined by Trauma

June 18, 2021

 

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Laura Khoudari, a celebrated personal trainer, trauma practitioner, and educator joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness & Health News Channel. Her new book is: Lifting Heavy Things: Healing Trauma One Rep at a Time.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Laura Khoudari discuss the following:

  1. What inspired you to write this book, which combines memoir, self help, and research?
  2. How did you, someone who cut gym class and loathed the gym well into adulthood, become a person who loves fitness?
  3. While this book can be used by people engaging in any fitness modality, why do you like to ground these practices in strength training?
  4. How does your approach to strength training support folks living with trauma in their healing work in therapy?

Laura Khoudari is a trauma practitioner, certified personal trainer, and corrective exercise specialist. Widely recognized within the trauma and fitness communities, her work has been featured in Buzzfeed, UpWorthy, Outside Online, Medium, Tonic, and Girls Gone Strong. She is the author of Lifting Heavy Things: Healing Trauma One Rep at a Time.

 

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Website: laurakhoudari.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/laurakcpt
Instagram: instagram.com/laurakhoudari
Twitter: twitter.com/laurakhoudari

Walking Your Way to Better Health with Joyce Shulman

Walking Your Way to Better Health with Joyce Shulman

February 26, 2021

 

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Joyce Shulman, the Founder and CEO of 99 Walks, a community that encourages health, fitness, and connection through walking joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Fitness Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Joyce Shulman discuss the following:

  1. What are some of the earliest memories you associate with walking?
  2. How has walking changed your life?
  3. How can walking improve happiness?
  4. Why is walking good for connection and relationships?
  5. 99 Walks is more than a step tracker. Can you tell us more about it?

Tip: Exercise in general, and walking in particular, has incredible benefits for our mind, our mood and our bodies. Research shows that a regular walking practice can reduce our risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and several types of cancer. In fact, walking is so good for you that one study showed that a regular walking practice can add up to seven years to your life. (study by European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress as reported in the Independent)


Joyce Shulman is Co-Founder and CEO of 99 Walks: a wellness and walking lifestyle brand, community and app on a mission to create community and get a million women walking. A self-confessed idea junkie, Joyce traded her law career as a commercial litigator for an entrepreneurial journey focused on what mattered to her most: family, community, and empowering women to get healthy, happy, and chase their dreams.

Throughout her personal and professional life, Joyce’s regular walking practice has been her key for managing stress, fueling creativity, and maintaining her health. After discovering that the research bears out all that she learned instinctively, Joyce and her husband and partner Eric Cohen founded 99 Walks to help women experience what recent studies have shown: that walking can improve decision-making and executive function, combat depression, increase creativity and literally add years to one’s life.

In addition to being the “Pack Leader” at 99 Walks, Joyce is an author, speaker, TEDx veteran, podcaster, and consultant for companies and women’s group, where she shares her expertise about the life-changing impact of a consistent, intentional walking practice.

Joyce received her Bachelors in Business Management from the University of Maryland and her JD, Cum Laude, from St. John’s University School of Law. After law school, she spent more than a dozen years as a New York City lawyer where her practice focused on complex commercial litigation. She calls Sag Harbor, New York home where she lives with one husband, two teenagers, and a slightly unruly dog named Moose.

 

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Website: www.99walks.fit

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/99walks
Instagram: instagram.com/99walks

5 Lessons in Resiliency: Rebuilding Life After the NFL

5 Lessons in Resiliency: Rebuilding Life After the NFL

October 24, 2020

 

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Ex-NFL kicker Sean Conley (Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets) suffered career-ending injuries from over-training. He began practicing yoga as part of his rehabilitation, and soon embraced yoga’s mindfulness, meditation, and philosophy as a new life direction. His new book is: The Point After: How One Resilient Kicker Learned There Was More to Life Than the NFL (Lyons Press, 2020). Sean joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel to talk about it.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Sean Conley discuss the following:

  1. What inspired you to write this book?
  2. Can you tell me about the book?
  3. How does one go from an NFL player to a yoga & meditation teacher?
  4. What does the title mean "The Point After"?
  5. Who else should love this book beyond sports fans? Describe the reader who ought to know about this title.
  6. Where can readers find out more about you and your books?

 

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Ex-NFL kicker Sean Conley (Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets) suffered career-ending injuries from over-training. He began practicing yoga as part of his rehabilitation, and soon embraced yoga’s mindfulness, meditation, and philosophy as a new life direction. Now a yoga teacher himself, he owns Amazing Yoga in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with his wife. His new book is The Point After: How One Resilient Kicker Learned There Was More to Life Than the NFL (Lyons Press, 2020).

 

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Website: www.seanconley.net

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/sean.conley.167 
Instagram: @seanconley2

Fitness Professional Ian Hart on bringing your body back to nature

Fitness Professional Ian Hart on bringing your body back to nature

June 11, 2020

 

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Ian Hart, a fitness expert who has dedicated his life and his career to helping others heal naturally joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness and Health News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Ian Hart discuss the following:

  1. What was the inspiration behind writing your new book, Healing Hacks?
  2. What is your favorite actionable idea from the book?
  3. What do you think is the biggest source of misinformation in the traditional medical community?
  4. You talk about the four natural functions of the body in the book and how they can explain a lot about your health. Can you dig into that more?
  5. What can the audience do right now to improve their health naturally?

Ian Hart is a fitness expert who has dedicated his life and his career to helping others heal naturally. He’s the owner of Back Pain Relief4Life—the simplest and most effective way to eliminate back pain naturally and fast—and the co-founder of My Back Pain Coach. He also owns and operates EarthFIT, a top-rated group training facility with three locations. Ian’s work has been featured in Men’s Health Magazine and he’s appeared as a health expert on New York 1 News. In addition to his work, Ian also hosts regular wellness retreats at his treehouse in the Costa Rican rainforest.

 

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Website: https://mybackpaincoach.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/EarthFIT
Instagram: https://instagram.com/ianrhart

Seek Beyond the Summit with Andrew Hughes

Seek Beyond the Summit with Andrew Hughes

May 21, 2020

 

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Andrew Hughes, an adventurer, motivator and dreamer as the first American Man and fastest to complete the Antarctica Trifecta joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel. Andrew has reached 612,480 feet through ascents since 2014, and with every step embraces the journey of discomfort and redefining his perspective of achievement by sharing his story.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Andrew Hughes discuss the following:

  1. What inspired you to become an explorer?
  2. How do you motivate yourself in midst of failure?
  3. What process does your body go through preparing for a summit and what do you do for recovery?
  4. What are some trainings people can practice at home that you would typically use in training?
  5. Your approach to health and fitness is very holistic by involving mind, body, and soul- how does you integrate this into your day to day life when you’re not on an expedition?

Andrew Hughes pursued the path that checked all the boxes that aligned with the socially acceptable narrative of success- from what he studied, his career, and his relationships.

When failure found Andrew and the world he had constructed began to the crumble, he discovered that the foundations of life were built upon other people's dreams and not his own. Faced with a choice to embrace the uncomfortable and unknown, the mountains answered Andrew's questions of his own dreams.

He embraced the journey of redefining his relationship with discomfort, which altered his perspective of achievement, and unified the fragmented aspects of himself. Now, he stands whole compelled to lead, inspire and motivate others to redefine success, embrace the uncomfortable and enjoy the journey with eyes wide open.


Website: https://andrewihughes.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/andrewifitshughes 
Instagram: instagram.com/andrew_i_hughes
Twitter: twitter.com/AndrewIHughes

At-Home Fitness for the Serious Athlete with John LaVoie

At-Home Fitness for the Serious Athlete with John LaVoie

April 27, 2020

 

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John LaVoie, Fitness expert for global wellness and fitness app, VERV joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness & Health News Channels. In his role as fitness ambassador for Verv, John uses his multiple exercise and weightlifting certifications plus his background as a triathlete, Olympic weightlifter and competitive dancer to help people get into optimum shape.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest John LaVoie discuss the following:

  1. What is your background and what has inspired you to a career in physical fitness?
  2. How can competitive weight lifters keep in shape when they typically rely on heavy and specialized workout equipment?
  3. For ultra-athletes such as runners and others, what are their best tips for maintaining endurance and fitness?
  4. Is there any way for a top-performing athlete to improve any aspect of their workout, or is a stay-at-home regimen primarily about maintenance?
  5. Are there any surprising workout tips you’d have for a bodybuilder or elite athlete that they may not have considered?
  6. What free or affordable resources are out there for home-bound folks wanting to get in a workout?

John LaVoie is fitness expert with multiple training certifications and a commitment to helping individuals obtain safe, optimal results in fitness and weight loss.  His personal experience includes training and competing as an international tri-athlete, Olympic weightlifter and dancer.  John’s credentials include Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Level 1 Sports Performance Coach in USA Weightlifting, Group Fitness through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and CPR/AED Training through American Red Cross.  John  a degree in exercise and movement from University of Vermont.  In addition to serving as Verv’s Fitness Expert, John operates a Massachusetts-based training facility, John LaVoie Training.

ABOUT VERV:

Verv is a comprehensive personal mobile health assistant that brings together physical fitness, mindfulness, healthy eating, and good sleep to make a true and significant difference in your well-being. The app is available for iOS, with the Android version in development for release later this year.  The Verv app is available globally with nine language options and offers a free stay-at-home fitness kit as a community service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Verv currently offers its subscribers:

  • 200 interval trainings
  • 100 fitness workouts
  • 340 running workouts
  • 40 meditations
  • 1,000 hot music mixes
  • 400 vegan, keto and other recipes
  • 100 ASMR, sleep stories and sounds.

 

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For more information visit here.

Why walking is the best thing you can do for your mind, mood and body. Especially now.

Why walking is the best thing you can do for your mind, mood and body. Especially now.

April 22, 2020

 

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Joyce Shulman, the Founder and CEO of 99 Walks a company that delivers monthly walking challenges and daily walking classes for women joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness and Health News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Joyce Shulman discuss the following:

  1. We've heard you say that walking is good for your body, your mind and your mood. Could you elaborate: How long do you have to walk to reap those benefits?
  2. For people who don't have a regular walking practice, how should they get started?
  3. The theme for April at 99 Walks is "walk in the rain" -- do you mean that literally?
  4. So there are actual benefits to walking in the rain?
  5. Does it matter where you walk?

Summary: There is no better time than right now to begin to develop a personal walking practice. Lace up your sneakers and walk out the door. One caveat: if you wait until you "feel" like it, you won't do it. You need to commit to walking whether you feel like it or not.


Joyce Shulman, Founder and CEO of the walking app 99 Walks and Macaroni Kid reaches millions of moms each month with hyper-local and national e-newsletters and websites, social media content, video and her Weekly Walk podcast.

Having created a one-of-a-kind digital platform, she connects families to the wonders of their own communities and inspires women to chase their dreams and crush their goals. Her most recent endeavor, 99 Walks, is on a mission to combat loneliness and improve fitness through the simple act of encouraging moms to walk together. Her mission? Nothing short of getting a million moms moving.

Throughout her two decades as an entrepreneur, Joyce has guided SAHMs, teachers and even MBAs to success. Joyce shares how moms need to “take care of mama bear” and avoid the “martyr mom syndrome”. Her experience in business and leading mompreneurs makes her a coveted speaker where she shares tactics for beating burnout, fueling creativity, goal crushing, how walking can fuel productivity and performance, and more.

Joyce received her Bachelors in Business Management from the University of Maryland and her Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from St. John's University School of Law. After law school, she spent more than a dozen years as a New York City lawyer where her practice focused on complex commercial litigation.

A self-confessed idea junkie, in 1998, Joyce abandoned law firm life to liberate her entrepreneurial spirit and focus on the things that are most important to her: family, community and empowering women to chase their dreams.

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Website: https://www.99walks.fit

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/99walks 
Instagram: instagram.com/99walks

My Trip to a Healthy, Active 96: 22 Tips to Change Your Life

My Trip to a Healthy, Active 96: 22 Tips to Change Your Life

April 2, 2020

 

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Author, Dancer, Musician & Senior Influencer, Phyllis Sues joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness and Health News Channels. Phyllis is an inspiration to many and she is here to discuss her new book, "My Trip to a Healthy, Active 96: 22 Tips To Change Your Life.”

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Phyllis Sues discuss the following:

  1. What inspired you to write, "My Trip to a Healthy, Active 96: 22 Tips To Change Your Life.”
  2. You feature some of your original exercises in your book, as well as Yoga. Can you tell our listeners about the exercises?
  3. Is there a secret to living a long life? What advice can you give our listeners on how to live a healthy lifestyle?
  4. You’ve had a wonderful inspirational life; from being a dancer on Broadway, to becoming a fashion designer at 50, learning the Tango and becoming a musician in your 70’s, walking into your 1st yoga class and jumping on a trapeze in your 80’s, becoming a writer, a model and skydiving in your 90’s. What would you say is your motivation for trying something new, taking a challenge, no matter what age?

Phyllis Sues just published her new book, "My Trip to a Healthy, Active 96: 22 Tips to Change Your Life.” In the book, Phyllis shares how she maintains a healthy, active lifestyle at 96, her physical fitness routines and stories of her life. Phyllis wrote this book to inspire readers to build a better life. A life that’s there for all of us! Phyllis shares her tips on how to build strength, stamina, longevity and joy. And how important it is to have the desire to want to do it, take action and face each challenge with no fear!

Phyllis danced in five hit Broadway shows, appeared on TV with her late husband Alan Sues, became a successful fashion designer at 50, produced and composed two CD’s in her 70’s, flew on a trapeze in her 80’s, and skydived twice and became an Official Blogger for Huffington Post in her 90’s. To celebrate her 92nd Birthday, Phyllis went viral dancing a Tango to Adele. Phyllis still dances Tango, practices yoga and jump ropes daily. Phyllis is an inspiration to many, inspiring her followers and fans to keep moving, love life and challenge yourself daily, with the message that, "age is just a number!” Phyllis was never one to retire and she always had a dream of writing her own book, and she did it at 96!

“My Trip To A Healthy, Active 96: 22 Tips To Change Your Life" is available on Amazon and Kindle.

 

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Website: http://www.phyllissues.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/Phyllis-Sues
Instagram: @phyllis_sues_

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