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Thu Jun 9 2016 at 08:30 pm EDT
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Today's society has become obsessed with finding the "perfect" diet. Yet overweight, obesity, diabetes and heart disease are at an all time high. The disconnect lies in the hidden patterns and behaviors that negatively impact our ability to be fully aware of our food choices. "Uncovering" and changing these hidden patterns and behaviors along with practical common sense nutrition is really all it takes to connect the dots between knowing what to eat and actually doing it. This session will teach you the necessary mindset shifts that must occur for real change as well as simple strategies to balance your meals without cutting out your favorite foods.
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Andrea Beaman
Cooking > Healthy Cooking
Recorded: May 25, 2016 at 01:30 pm EDT
Sexual vitality keeps everything in the world flourishing. If your physical relationship with your significant other is waning, it could mean your essence is being depleted. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), jing is the source of life, longevity and vitality, including sexual energy. Jing is the deep essence we are born with that is passed down from our parents and stored in our kidneys. Join my cooking class and learn to prepare traditional recipes and herbal remedies that can restore vitality and get you moving and grooving again! You are going to discover powerful food and herbs that boost circulation, support reproductive health, promote blood and oxygen flow to the sexual organs, enhance deep energy, and nourish the nervous system so you can relax and enjoy the experience. See you in my kitchen!
Andrea Beaman
Health & Wellness > Nutrition
Recorded: Mar 30, 2016 at 01:30 pm EDT
During the spring many people often suffer with mysterious aches and pains, and seasonal allergies, and do not understand why. Don't worry! You are not falling apart, this is the liver's way of releasing toxins and cleaning house. It's at this time of year that the liver works extra hard at breaking down fat-soluble toxins and sending them on their way to be processed and excreted by the kidneys, bladder, and digestive system. BUT, if the liver is overworked, congested or simply not feeling up to the task, all of your bodily systems can be negatively impacted. Astringent foods like lemons, apple cider vinegar and blueberries, as well as powerful herbs like dandelion, nettles, and red clover can support your liver as it prepares for an annual spring cleaning. It's time for you to learn how to support your body and stop the sneezing and suffering! Meet me LIVE in my kitchen on Wednesday, March 30th at 12:30pm EST to get the recipes needed to support liver health. You will discover the best foods and herbal remedies, and specific cleanses that can help your body naturally detox without all the discomfort.
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Andrea Beaman is a Natural Foods Chef, health educator, thyroid expert, holistic health coach and herbalist, dedicated to alternative healing, and sustainable eating and living. Andrea was a featured contestant on Bravo's Top Chef. She is a regularly featured expert on CBS News, and hosted the Award Nominated, Fed UP! A cooking show that educates viewers how to cook for, and cure, bodily ailments.
After losing weight, reversing her own pre-diabetes and battling insulin dependent gestational diabetes, Dina Garcia has developed a true passion for helping others live the healthy, happy, energetic lives they deserve. As a registered dietitian-nutritionist and mindful eating coach, she is anti-diet and pro empowered eating. She can help you create balance in your life and diet so you don't have to over think what you should eat. She believes a healthy lifestyle should alleviate stress not create more. Dina has been a Registered Dietitian since 2005. She completed an undergraduate B.S. in Dietetics from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and then went on to complete her supervised practice at California State University, Fresno in Fresno, California. She founded Vida Nutrition, LLC in 2012, after 7 years of working as a clinical dietitian. Her favorite part about being a self-employed nutritionist is that she has the flexibility to create her own systems to better serve the needs of her clients.
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