Nancy Addison is chief nutritionist, cookbook author and health counselor her work includes more than six cookbooks coaching families on healthy eating and expanding how you take control of the food you eat.
Live from Costa Rica Nancy share in depth ways to use food to cure the effects of cancer, diabetes, and many auto-immune disorders. She calls our true test the ability to reach peace of mind. Listen to learn a few tricks on how taking care of your health will improve every area of your life.
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On this episode of the Everyday Mindfulness Show Holly brings our producer Rick Pontalion out from behind the soundboard to talk about how he has grown in mindful awareness over the past year. Rick shares fun ways to be mindful in everyday places like the grocery store. Listen in for ways mindfulness can be an adventure in trying new things and flow.
Rick has been a part of the music industry since the 1980’s. He is a talented multi-instrumentalist, primarily keyboard or piano, a published singer/songwriter, and an accomplished producer. As owner/operator of Lion’s Bridge Recording, Rick has had the privilege of working with some of Colorado’s up and coming artists in recorded music and film.
Rick takes great pride in continuing a musical legacy dating to the late 1800’s. With an ear for form and function, attitude of professionalism and understanding, an eye for detail and content, a heart of compassion and sincerity, and the dedication and commitment to the arts, he is a conduit, facilitator and champion of creative pursuits.
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Food today is more than simply a meal it is truly a source of energy. For some food can be a challenge Tracy has spent the last 10 years educating people that we must be safer and more inclusive in the meals we provide. Food, in fact, is both an ADA and a diversity and inclusion concern for meetings and workplaces. Food can also be something to consider as you plan meals for guests in your home. In this episode, Holly has a conversation with Tracy Suckrath, president of Thrive Meetings & Events.
On this episode, you will be surprised to learn the three things we all can do to make the topic of food less taboo and more of an opportunity to connect.
Around age 30, I began experiencing lethargy, severe mood swings, depression, and sinus and breathing problems—symptoms that impacted my quality of life. After four years of visiting doctors who could find nothing wrong with me, I finally found an ENT who located the source of my illness: a food allergy to yeast.
I went on a yeast-free diet (yeast, sugar, vinegar, diary, white flour, peanuts, mushrooms), lost 25 pounds and felt better than I had in years. But I soon found that managing my diet was nearly impossible when traveling for the events I planned. A typical day at a meeting or event usually included three extravagant meals, but most of the time, I couldn’t eat anything that was being served. I didn’t realize right away that I could make off-the-menu requests, but when I did, I discovered that sometimes, I got meals that were far superior—in health and flavor—to what everyone else was getting; other times, I got a plate of hard-boiled eggs and bland chicken.
I began to see that very few planning and F&B professionals knew how to address the needs of people with dietary restrictions, whether it is a personal choice, a medical condition or a food allergy. That’s why, in January 2009, I decided to do something about it—not only for myself, but for my profession. I entered the Institute for Integrative Nutrition to learn more about my allergy and how to eat—and feel—better with food.
Soon afterward, I decided to build upon my 20 years of event planning experience and shift my practice to F&B consulting and speaking for the hospitality industry.
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As a college in mindful living Jeanette Bronee and host Holly Duckworth sit down and explore the power of being mindful at work. Most people spend most of their life at work what are simple practices we all can do to be more kind, human and productive at work.
performance, leadership and culture from the inside out. She believes our most important resource is our humanity and she teaches leaders how to make health and wellbeing the foundation for sustainable personal and professional success by using self-care AT work to transform company culture and the way we work.
After both her parents died of cancer just one year apart and a doctor told her it was only a matter of when she would get cancer, too, she quit her high stress job as a fashion executive and founded Path for Life® in 2004 with the goal creating awareness and giving people the tools to achieve better work/life quality. For the past 15 years, she has coached leaders to take better care of themselves, so they can be both healthy and busy without stress and burn-out. As a result, her clients learn to be better leaders and live more nourished lives by implementing leadership self-care AT work and build a Culture of Care™ where everyone works better.
Born in Denmark, she holds a master's degree in business development and marketing and has been leading teams to grow engagement and harness innovation. In the retail industry she has developed and facilitated training programs to align culture strategy with brand story and her deep passion is to access what truly makes us happy and healthy. She is also a certified Integrative Nutrition and Meta-Medicine health coach, a felt sense Focusing trainer, Mindfulness Teacher and Ericksonian Hypno-Therapist. (Don’t worry she doesn’t do tricks.)
She is the author of “EAT TO FEEL FULL and Nourish Yourself for Good” which encourages people to forget the word “diet” and instead focus on using food and self-care habits as a tool to gain daily and long-term optimal wellbeing, performance and health.
When she is not traveling to speak, consult, coach or teach workshops, she lives in New York City and the Catskills, where she grows veggies, makes dinner with friends, does yoga in the woods, hikes and writes while also continuing to explore how to best create a healthy change in company cultures around the world, so that everyone can thrive.
For more on Jeanette visit: https://www.jeanettebronee.com/
Your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual selves and how they all come together as your human experience. Many of us have become fragmented souls that have lost connection to our bodies. In this episode, Holly talks to Sharon Shores, emotion code and body code expert. Listen for deep questions that may expand intentionally the way you look at your self and your life. On the show, you will gain a few questions I bet you have never asked yourself plus pick up a few new resources for your self-care library.
About Sharon Shores:
Sharon is a Certified Emotion Code and Body Code Practitioner, Transformation Life Coach and Medical Intuitive. Sharon’s main work is with her Emotion Code and Body Code practice! Clients report amazing results! Through her Emotion Code/Body Code Practice, she helps her clients identify blocks that prevent them from reaching their goals and with a simple technique helps her clients release those blocks.
Through her Transformational Life Coaching Program Sharon helps her clients design a life they love living! She helps her clients achieve extraordinary results in accelerated time. Sharon works with clients to help them close the gap between the life they were living and the life they LOVE living.
For those who desire healing/mental/physical or emotional Sharon provides those clients with a spiritual guidance and support session or a medical intuitive healing session.
Sharon is also an inspiring speaker, passionate educator, and a highly sought after transformational coach.
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