This Week In Mischief-Making...
From the editor: I was 8 years old when the movie Terms of Endearment was released. As most of you know, Debra Winger’s character battles cancer in the film and the movie had a powerful and lasting impact on me. This month, we feature wellness industry experts who are changing the face of healthcare, including stage 3 colon cancer survivor, Chris Wark and more. >>
How To Beat Cancer From Square One
Chris Wark didn’t set out to be an online entrepreneur. He was a successful real estate investor and musician who got cancer and beat it using untraditional methods. Now he’s helping thousands of cancer patients, survivors, and those who want to prevent cancer via his blog, courses, and other programs while fulfilling his personal mission. >>
Calm Body, Clear Mind
Kelly Brogan is a holistic women’s health psychiatrist who takes a controversial stance in today’s medical climate, that mindfulness and meditation may be more valuable to our health than medication. ver the course of her medical career, and due to some health challenges of her own, she’s come to believe that our bodies are often able to heal themselves, given the correct diet and health practices and that pharmaceutical medications often do more harm than good. >>
The Science Behind Healing Your Gut
Kiran Krishnan doesn’t want you to be on medication for the rest of your life for chronic health problems. He believes that most chronic illness can be treated and managed with lifestyle and dietary changes. So he set out to change the industry as the first step to delivering truly effective microbiome therapeutics. His passion for science, medicine, and business will be eye-opening for his fellow entrepreneurs. >>
Kick Gluten For Good!
Jennifer Fugo is a functional clinical nutritionist who helps women struggling with autoimmunity, IBS and other digestive issues to live “la dolce vita” again. Having gone through these struggles herself, she knows that the keys are listening to their symptoms, creating a plan of action, and respecting their boundaries. >>
Rebel Health Warriors
Joe Rignola embodies the famous proverb, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” He walked away from a successful business venture to become a certified holistic health coach and advocate. After battling personal health challenges for much of his life; like severe digestive issues, blood sugar problems, and depression, he now teaches others how to transform their own lives. >>
The Courage Corner
Is “being busy” your badge of honor? Is self-care the last thing to be scheduled on your calendar (or are you saying, “Self-care? What’s that?”). If these things are true of you, don’t wait for serious health problems and a scary medical diagnosis to be the catalyst for change. >>
Building Your Dream Business Strategy
Building your dream business may seem like a daunting task…but with a little bit of focused attention, some planning and some love, you can design a business that works for you and your life! >>