November 25th, 2015
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin is Carla McClellan is an ordained Unity Minister as well as a certified Life Coach. Carla has served as Minister of Unity of Independence, Retreat Director at Unity Village, Director of Mindfulness/Coaching Life for Awaken Whole Life Center at Unity Village, trainer and adjunct faculty for Maria Nemeth’s Academy For Coaching Excellence, and the Host of Vibrant Living. Visit: Life Coaching with Carla
Also on the program is Dr. Garrett G. Sullivan, MD. Dr. Garrett is Board Certified in Family Medicine and well versed in all branches of general care, brings whole-person foundation to partner with patients presenting with the full spectrum of medical problems, simple to complex. He specializes to coordinate the basic general elements required to promote, maintain and optimize one’s health and functional status, regardless of the more specific labels or diagnoses patients might carry.
Also on the program is Kimberly Stern. Stern is an award-winning writer, the Editor-in-Chief of KC Magazine and the co-host with Jasper Mirabile on his popular weekly radio food show, LIVE! From Jasper’s Kitchen. As one of KC’s most well-known award-winning food, travel and lifestyle writers, Stern’s repertoire is diverse and her warm, engaging and connective style grabs the reader. Visit: KC Magazine
November 18th, 2015
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin is Sydney Spears, Ph.D., LSCSW, RYT, a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Kansas and Missouri. Currently, she is the Social Work Program Director at The University of Kansas-Edwards. As a registered yoga instructor and licensed social worker, Sydney provides therapeutic yoga classes for stress relief and pain management as well as trauma-sensitive yoga classes at the Kansas City VA for veterans who have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress and at Prairie Life Fitness-Olathe. She also provides private wellness and therapeutic yoga sessions for individuals and couples. Visit: Sydney Spears
Also on the program is Nnenna Kalu Makanjuola. Prior to launching Radiant Health Magazine, Nnenna worked as a pharmacist in the public health sector as an intern for the World Health Organization (WHO) Geneva, developing data on chronic diseases in Africa to help inform health policy. She served as a Global Health Fellow at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where she spent a year in Tanzania working to strengthen the laboratory system for IV/AIDS diagnosis and treatment monitoring CDC’s initiative to prevent teen pregnancy. Visit: Radiant Health Magazine
November 11th, 2015
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin this week is guest Cynthia Morris loves to play by illustrating everyday moments in ink and watercolor. She is the author of several books including the Paris novel Chasing Sylvia Beach and the how-to guide Create Your Writer’s Life. Cynthia coaches writers, artists and entrepreneurs to make their creative dreams a thrilling reality. Visit: Original Impulse
Also joining the program is guest Deborah K. Heisz. As COO, Co-Founder and Editorial Director of Live Happy magazine, Deborah is responsible for the management and development of the Live Happy business and creative operations. Deborah was the founding Editor in Chief of SUCCESS magazine (2008-2011) as well as SVP of Publishing, in 2005. Visit: Live Happy Magazine
November 4th, 2015
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin this week is guest Laura Putnam. Putnam is the author of Workplace Wellness That Works (WILEY) and CEO of Motion Infusion, a well-being training and consulting firm that provides creative solutions in the areas of engagement, behavior change, human performance, and building healthier, happier, and more innovative organizations. Visit: Motion Infusion
Also joining the program this week is Dr. Kim D’Eramo. Dr. D’Eramo is a physician, speaker, #1 bestselling author of The MindBody Tool Kit, and founder of The American Institute of MindBody Medicine. Dr. D’Eramo healed herself from a chronic illness doctors told her would be life-long and require medications indefinitely. Visit: MindBody Medicine
October 28th, 2015
Joining host Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Jill Grunewald. Jill is an Integrative Nutrition and Hormone Coach, founder of Healthful Elements LLC, and author of the Fire Your Thyroid ebook, educational series, and homestudy course. You can read more about Jill Grunewald here: Healthful Elements, LLC
Also joining us is Denise Henning. Denise was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004. It came back in December of 2011 and had spread to her bones, lungs and liver. She continues to undergo treatment while trying to maintain her quality of life and do the things she loves. You can read more about Denise Henning here: Henning Law Firm, P.C.
Also joining us is Karen Zecy. Karen is an expert in document management and President of American Micro. Karen is actively involved in the Kansas City community as a member of the board and executive committee of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce where she serves as Vice Chair of the Small Business Council. You can read more about Karen Zeca here: American Micro KC
Also joining us is Crystal Jenkins. Crystal specializes in wellness and behavioral counseling for individuals and groups. She is experienced in treating a wide range of psychological issues with adults and children, with emphasis on anxiety and depression, relationship concerns, life transitions, and grief and loss. You can read more about Crystal Jenkins here: Your Wellness Connection
October 21st, 2015
Joining host Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Liz Murray, an inspirational speaker and best-selling author of “Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard.” Murray’s life is a triumph over adversity and a stunning example of the importance of dreaming big. Her story is exhilarating and inspirational. You can read more about Liz Murray here: Liz Murray
Also joining us is Begonya Klumb, CEO of UMB Healthcare Services. Begonya brings 20 years of financial industry acumen, leadership and strong M&A experience to the role. In her 12 years at UMB, she has proven herself in a series of senior positions. You can read more about Begonya Klumb here: Begonya Klumb
October 14th, 2015
Joining us this week is Iram Leon, who was the first runner to cross the finish line at the Gusher Marathon in Beaumont, Texas, now 32, was diagnosed with a Grade 2 Diffuse Astrocytoma (brain cancer) in Nov. 2010, shortly after his 30th birthday. Since the diagnosis, Leon’s perspective on parenting has changed tremendously. “The one thing I’m not going to say on my death bed is, ‘I wish I spent more time with my kid.'” You can read and watch more about Iram Leon here: Iram Leon
We’ll also visit with Dr. Kim D’erato a physician, speaker, #1 bestselling author of “The MindBody Tool Kit,” and founder of The American Institute of MindBody Medicine. She is board-certified in Emergency Medicine and trained at Emory University’s Grady Hospital in Atlanta. She now teaches internationally to empower patients with tools that can be used anytime to re-pattern the brain, send new messages to the body, and restore ideal health physically, emotionally and mentally. You can read and watch more about Dr. Kim D’Eramo here: www.drkimderamo.com
And we’ll revisit Tess Masters, also known as “The Blender Girl” who will provide super-easy, super-healthy meals, snacks, desserts, and drink ideas. You can read and watch more about Tess Masters here: www.healthyblenderrecipes.com
October 7th, 2015
Joining us next week is Michelle Segar, motivation scientist and author of critically acclaimed No Sweat! How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness and is a leading authority on what motivates people to choose and maintain healthy behaviors. You can learn more about Michelle Segar here: www.michellesegar.com
Also joining us is Terry Levine. Terry decided to do something to make the “first bra” experience a little less of a strain for the breast cancer survivor. She created a non-profit organization that reached out to the breast cancer survivor on a personal, grassroots level by providing her with a free bra. Thus the First Bra Foundation was born. You can learn more about Terry and First Bra Foundation here: First Bra Foundation
September 30th, 2015
Joining us this week is Lisa Diven who recently joined the Kansas City Sports Commission as the Director of the Women’s Intersport Network of Kansas City, or WIN for KC. WIN for KC is a 100% privately funded non-profit. Our mission: Empowering women and girls through sports and fitness. Prior to joining the KC Sports Commission, I spent 10 yrs at Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company. You can learn more about Lisa Diven and WIN for KC here: WIN for KC
Also joining us is Dr. Tiny Jaentsch. Dr. Jaentsch is a physician working in holistic medicine. She spent many years doing surgery until she decided to follow her true calling and work with body and soul of her patients. She is located in Germany, has a local private practice and does health coaching internationally through her website. You can learn more about Dr. Tiny Jaentsch and WIN for KC here: Dr. Tiny Jaentsch
September 23rd, 2015
Joining us this week is Helen Fu, owner of Your Health Compass. She is a Board-Certified Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Chinese Herbalist, and Certified Natural Health Professional. She has studied Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Diet, Nutrition, herbs, Homeopathy and Naturopathy. Helen is also the producer and host of TV show – Health Factor with Helen Fu in New England area. You can learn more about Helen Fu and Your Health Compass here: Your Health Compass
Also on the show, Travis Perret, owner of Exercise Therapy of Kansas City. Perret has worked with clients to fix chronic pain for almost 20 years. He was a decathlete on the University of Kansas track and field team and received his degree in Exercise Science and helps clients become pain-free through Exercise. You can learn more about Travis Perret and Exercise Therapy of Kansas City here: Exercise Therapy of Kansas City
September 16th, 2015
Joining us next week is Sean Wheeler M.D., among the first medical doctors board-certified in both Sports Medicine and Pain Management. Dr. Wheeler has earned four board certifications and his passion is what provoked a career investigating pain, which led to a new way of thinking about – and treating – low back pain, as described in his upcoming published book, UPRISE. You can learn more about Sean and his published book, UPRISE here: MLife Studio
Also joining us is Myra Harper, Certified Health Educator. Myra is certified in raw food preparation, growing living foods, yoga, guided meditation, detox and health coaching. Check out her online store, MLife Studio. You can learn more about Myra and MLife Studio here: MLife Studio
Also joining us is Jeanne Looper Smith, wife, mother of three adult children, grandmother of seven grandsons, a former realtor, a writer and a Wild Woman of Wellness, and a partner, along with Myra Harper, in a business called Be Wild and Well. You can learn more about Jeanne here: Be Wild and Well
September 9th, 2015
Joining us this week are Sami Aaron and Patricia Gray who offer meditation, breathing practices, a connection to nature and the deep guided relaxation of Yoga Nidra through their website, BeingOntoSomething.org. Their classes focus on subtle and traditional yoga teachings, providing the perfect complement to a more physical yoga practice. You can learn more about Being Onto Something here: www.BeingOntoSomething.org
Also joining us are Mira and Jayson Calton. They are leading experts on the topics of weight management, lifestyle medicine and micronutrient deficiency. Their success rate working with adults and children to achieve sustainable weight loss and reverse health & disease conditions has made their consultancy highly sought after by celebrities, athletes and top corporate executives around the world. You can learn more about Mira and Jayson Calton here: www.caltonnutrition.com
September 2nd, 2015
Joining us this week is Dr. Fabrizio Mancini is a Self-Healing expert, an internationally acclaimed educator, philanthropist, bilingual speaker, and President Emeritus of Parker University. Dr. Fab is the author of the best-selling book, The Power of Self-Healing, as well as Four Steps for Living a Fabulous Life, and co-author of Chicken Soup for the Chiropractic Soul and The Well Adjusted Soul. You can learn more about Dr. Fab here: Dr. Fabrizio Mancini
Also joining us is Rachel Shanken of MindBodyWise Yoga Therapy. MindBodyWise supports you in cultivating the resources of both your mind & body to enhance your mental health, physical health and overall wellness. Through talk therapy, yoga, or yoga therapy, you are provided the guidance & space to wake up to what’s happening now, accept all that seems unacceptable, and commit to action. You can learn more about MindBodyWise Yoga Therapy here: MindBodyWise
August 26th, 2015
Sasha Martin – Photographer, food blogger and National Geographic author.
Linda Buchner – Mentor, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and the co-founder of MINDDRIVE.
Did you know that 50 percent of 3–6-year-olds worry about being fat? That fact along with the national obsession with body image led Dr. Laura Eickman PsyD to found and develop the Rebel Peer Education Program in 2008. REbeL, is a student-driven, peer education program designed to address body image issues and disordered eating. REbeL focuses on educating, training and empowering youth. Selected students are trained as peer educators. Rebel’s programming is designed to educate and empower students so they don’t become part of these statistics. DR. Eickman will discuss how RebeL is driving change and making a difference.
You can learn more about the Rebel Peer Education Program here: www.re-bel.org
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Also joining Dr. Robin is Gloria Rudd. Currently serving on the family board of Big Slick, which is now in its sixth year? Big Slick raises money each year for the Oncology department at Children’s Mercy Hospital. Gloria is also using her background and talents to blend celebrity, entertainment and giving back to the community with the CHAT series. Chat is an innovative speaking series with purpose-driven speakers.
You can learn more about the CHAT series here: www.bishopmccann.com
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And you’ll meet Hannah Kinnamon who will share the remarkable changes in her life since becoming gluten-free.
August 19th, 2015
Sasha Martin – Photographer, food blogger and National Geographic author.
Linda Buchner – Mentor, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and the co-founder of MINDDRIVE.
Kids take center stage for the month of August on Small Changes Big Shifts with host Dr. Michelle Robin. Joining Dr, Robin is Sasha Martin. She is a photographer, food blogger and National Geographic author. Her work has been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, Good Housekeeping, O Magazine, Women’s Day, and on NPR. She is the founder of GlobalTableAdventure.com, a blog where she shares more than 650 recipes from 195 countries. Sasha’s mission is to help people bring the world into their kitchens, one recipe at a time.
You can learn more about Global Table Adventure here: www.GlobalTableAdventure.com
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Also on the show is Linda Buchner, mentor, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and the co-founder of MINDDRIVE. MINDDRIVE works with high school students struggling to meet their full potential. Through project-based learning and heavy mentor involvement, kid’s futures become brighter, their self-confidence is realized and opportunities abound. KC Magazine named Linda one of the 2015 Influential Women of Kansas City Business. and 2014 – 100 People Who Make Kansas City A Great Place To Live.
You can learn more about MINDDRIVE here: www.minddrive.org
August 12th, 2015
Dr. Bridget McCandless – President and CEO of Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City.
This week on Small Changes Big Shifts, discover what’s being done to feed the children in Kansas City. Find out how programs such as KC Community Gardens, Giving Grove, and KC Healthy Kids among others are making a difference in our urban food desert, and learn how you can help.
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin this week is Dr. Bridget McCandless, President and CEO of Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City. Before heading up the foundation, she spent her career working to provide medical care to low-income, uninsured individuals as medical director of the Shared Care Free Clinic of Jackson County (formerly the Jackson County Free Health Clinic). McCandless says her position at the foundation has married her love of medicine and policy and she works tirelessly on building a structure around the two.
You can learn more about Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City here: Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City
August 5th, 2015
Kristin Estok – Founder of Go Shout Love, a social good company that works to raise awareness and funds for families who have a child with a rare illness.
Lana Robison – Robinson and her husband Kyle own and operate a full-service dog food and treat truck in the Kansas City area and are passionate about animal health.
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Kristin Estok. She is the founder of Go Shout Love, a social good company that works to raise awareness and funds for families who have a child with a rare illness. Estok started her journey as a new mother who had just had her first child and had come across stories through social media where she had seen other moms in the same life stage, but they were walking through drastically different circumstances where they had a child with fatal illnesses. Estok knew she had to help in some way. She established Go Shout Love in June 2014. The organization has featured 13 families and has raised over $140,000 to help offset medical costs and needs of the families.
Also joining Dr. Robin is Lana Robison. Robinson and her husband Kyle own and operate a full-service dog food and treat truck in the Kansas City area and are passionate about animal health. Robinson says It took a lot of research and persistence trying to work through all of the regulations of starting a food truck that wasn’t for human consumption. Good Dog 2 Go has been featured on KC Live, What’s Cookin KC, and KCTV5.
You can learn more about Go Shout Love here: Go Shout Love
You can learn more about Good Dog 2 Go here: Good Dog 2 Go
July 29th, 2015
Jennifer MaGee – Executive director of Heartland Therapeutic Riding.
Delena Stout – Owner of Brookside Barkery & Bath.
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin is Jennifer MaGee, executive director of Heartland Therapeutic Riding. Heartland Therapeutic Riding provides equine-assisted therapy through the movement of and human interaction with the horse. Founded in 1977 and lead by a volunteer board of directors, Heartland Therapeutic Riding is Kansas City’s first therapeutic riding program designed to assist individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, spinal bifida, autism, development delay, Down Syndrome, emotional disorder sight and hearing impairments and neuromuscular and orthopedic challenges.
And you’ll meet Delena Stout the owner of Brookside Barkery & Bath. Over the course of a decade, the Kansas City-based dog bath and all-natural pet food store has expanded to multiple locations with thousands of customers. The mission at the Barkery is “Better Health through Better Nutrition” and their goals are to provide the most up-to-date holistic health information to their patrons
You can learn more about Heartland Therapeutic Riding here: Heartland Therapeutic Riding
You can learn more about Brookside Barkery & Bath here: Brookside Barkery & Bath
July 22nd, 2015
Teresa Johnson – CEO/Executive Director & Chief Lifesaving Officer at KC Pet Project.
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin as she continues her focus on pet health during July is Teresa Johnson with KC Pet Project. KC Pet Project is a 5013c non-profit organization that cares for more than 9,000 animals a year and works collaboratively with Animal Control and other animal welfare organizations to increase the number of homeless pets adopted, and focus on lifesaving programs promoting pet retention, identification, lost pet reunions, and pet ownership education throughout the community. The KC Pet Project is creating a No Kill Kansas City – we’re passionate about lifesaving!
You can learn more about KC Pet Project here: KC Pet Project
July 15th, 2015
Nicole Ellis – Celebrity dog trainer and an American Kennel Club CGC evaluator has trained everything from bears to tigers as well as household dogs and cats.
Dr. Kristyn Echterling-Savage – A behavioral psychologist whose expertise lies in the treatment of pets with problem behaviors. She is the co-founder of Beyond the Dog LLC, a local training company in Kansas City.
Dr. Michelle Robin is hanging with our four-legged friends on Small Changes Big Shifts. Nicole Ellis, Celebrity dog trainer and an American Kennel Club CGC evaluator has trained everything from bears to tigers as well as household dogs and cats. She’ll tell you why you should consider an in-home pet sitter versus a friend or traditional kennel for your pet when you travel. Learn all about Dog Vaycay which offers trained, insured sitters near your home.
Also on the show is Dr. Kristyn Echterling-Savage a behavioral psychologist whose expertise lies in the treatment of pets with problem behaviors. She is the co-founder of Beyond the Dog LLC, a local training company in Kansas City. Discover how you can improve the relationship between you and your pet.
You can learn more about Dog Vacay here: Dog Vacay
You can learn more about Beyond the Dog LLC here: Beyond the Dog LLC
July 8th, 2015
Dr. Sally Barchman and Staff – Our Mission of State Line Animal Hospital is to provide our clients and their pets the most compassionate veterinary care at reasonable fees while maintaining a pleasant, efficient, and friendly atmosphere.
Small Changes Big Shifts is going to the dogs during the month of July. Dr. Sally Barchman and staff at State Line Animal Hospital will be joining Dr. Michelle Robin Wednesday to discuss animal health and wellness.
SLAH is a small animal practice specializing in companion animals, primarily dogs and cats, but the staff also cares for rabbits, birds, laboratory animals, and reptiles. Additionally, State Line AH is the animal shelter for the City of Leawood, Kansas. Lost or stray animals picked up by Animal Control officers are placed in ‘protective custody’ at State Line AH; treated for injury if necessary, and cared for until their owners claim them or they are adopted by families seeking the “perfect pet”
You can learn more about State Line Animal Hospital here: State Line Animal Hospital
July 1st, 2015
Edith Varley, MBA – Approaches business and organizational consulting with a core belief: The most valuable renewable resource in the world is the Human Spirit.
Dr. Michelle Robin’s guest this week is Edith Varley, MBA, who approaches business and organizational consulting with a core belief: The most valuable renewable resource in the world is the Human Spirit. Varley, a gifted executive counselor and motivational speaker has successfully transferred 25 years of knowledge, know-how and relational leadership skills to plan a remedy for business and organizations and she joins Dr. Robin on “Small Changes – Big Shifts” to discuss Matters of the Heart.
June 24th, 2015
Dr. Andi Selby – Osteopathic Physician practicing primary care at Shawnee Mission Medical Center’s new Leawood, Kansas facility.
Dr. James L. Marcum – Board-certified cardiologist practicing with the Chattanooga Heart Institute, and named by USA Today as one of the most influential physicians in his field.
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on her next show is Dr. Andi Selby an Osteopathic Physician practicing primary care at Shawnee Mission Medical Center’s new Leawood, Kansas facility. Dr. Selby focuses on diet and exercise as the way to have a healthier and happier life. She’ll explain how much and what type of exercise is best.
Also on the show is author, speaker and host Dr. James L. Marcum a board-certified cardiologist practicing with the Chattanooga Heart Institute, and named by USA Today as one of the most influential physicians in his field. Dr. Marcum is the author of The Ultimate Prescription and Medicines That Kill, He is also as an in-demand speaker for his role as the director of Heartwise Ministries. As one of the few independent health evangelism ministries in North America, Heartwise is honored to present viewers with a message truth, love, and healing to audiences around the world. Currently, his radio program, Heartwise, airs on more than 400 radio stations across the nation. Dr. Marcum also hosts the health program The Heart of Health Live!, which can be seen on secular and Christian television.
June 17th, 2015
Ed Mlodzik – Director of Leadership Development at BCA.
Joining host Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Ed Mlodzik, Director of Leadership Development at BCA. Mlodzik calls himself a student of Leadership. After teaching high school in Dayton, Ohio, he joined the Bell System and later joined United Telephone Company in Kansas City as their Training Manager. He has taught numerous courses throughout the United States, mastering the principles, techniques, and tools that strengthen the leadership skills of the employees and helped create an internal Executive Coaching program
Dr. Robin and Mlodzik will discuss his first book, Living Life, the Story of the Exceptional Entrepreneur.
June 10th, 2015
Joseph Winke – Founder of Healthy Surprise.
Brett Blair – Accomplished life coach, author, speaker, and business owner.
Joseph Winke, the founder of Healthy Surprise joins Dr. Michelle Robin to discuss his door to door business delivering healthy snack items to your door. Healthy Surprise started in 2011 as part of a weekend start a business contest at a Startup weekend in California. Joe will share and how his subscription service and corporate gifting has grown into a huge revenue success.
Also on the show is Brett Blair. Brett is an accomplished life coach, author, speaker, and business owner, and previously spent twenty years as a corporate executive. He is the founder of Sanford Rose Associates – Blair Leadership Group, a search firm that specializes in the placement of senior leaders within manufacturing firms across North America. On Small Changes Big Shifts Dr. Michelle Robin and her guest will be talking about how you can move from being a passive follower to one who knows what you want and the tools to turn that into reality, living an authentic life. They’ll also discuss Blair’s new book, “From Autopilot to Authentic: How the Philosophies of Dr. Tom Hill Can Help You Live Your Exceptional Life”.
June 3rd, 2015
Tom Jacobs – Recording artist, composer, yoga instructor, former Benedictine monk, high school teacher and campus minister.
Dr. Chris Micheals – One of the most powerful voices in the world of spirituality.
On Small Changes Big Shifts, host Dr. Michelle Robin talks with Tom Jacobs, a recording artist and composer who has produced inspirational music for the past 25 years. Tom is also a yoga instructor (since 1988) in hospitals, health clubs, churches and private classes.
A former Benedictine monk, high school teacher and campus minister he and his wife Beth currently operate Timber Creek Retreat House, a non-denominational retreat facility on their 80 acres of beautiful timberland just 30 minutes south of Kansas City in Drexel, Missouri
Also joining Dr. Robin on this broadcast is Dr. Chris Micheals, one of the most powerful voices in the world of spirituality, Chris speaks globally on entrepreneurship, mindfulness and living an authentic life.
May 27th, 2015
Dr. Katherine Sofia Cole – Dr. Cole has devoted her career to comprehensively improving people’s emotional and physical lives.
Jeanne Johnson – Senior Partner Sales Executive with the Microsoft Corporation
On Wednesday’s Small Changes Big Shifts host Dr. Michelle Robin will talk to Dr. Katherine Sofia Cole. Dr. Cole has devoted her career to comprehensively improving people’s emotional and physical lives. Later in the show you’ll meet Jeanne Johnson, Senior Partner Sales Executive with the Microsoft Corporation. Jeanne met Dr. Robin in 2009 immediately after the sale of her successful technology business. Just prior to the sale of her company, she had been a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Kansas City, received an award in the White House, and had started up several other technology businesses. On the surface, Jeanne was living the American dream, but the truth was that she had constant joint pain, weight gain, poor sleep, and bouts with anxiety. Jeanne will share her path to wellness and recovery on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts.
May 20th, 2015
Dr. James Mirabile, MD – Board Certified Gynecologist, well respected among patients and colleagues in the Kansas City metro area.
On Small Changes Big Shifts the conversation on Women’s Health continues as Dr. Michelle Robin sits down with Dr. James Mirabile, MD, a Board Certified Gynecologist, well respected among patients and colleagues in the Kansas City metro area for his work in obstetrics, gynecology, bio-identical hormone therapy, medical cosmetics and medical weight loss. He is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist’s.
After delivering over 7,500 babies, Dr. Mirabile retired from Obstetrics and concentrates his areas of expertise in gynecology. In 2010, Dr. Mirabile added Medi-Weightloss Clinic to his practice helping men and women to achieve their goals of weight loss and overall health. Learn more at: www.mirabilemd.com
May 13th, 2015
Angie Swartz – Life Coach, Business Coach and Spiritual Counselor
Rania Habiby Anderson – founder of The Way Women Work
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Angie Swartz a Life Coach, Business Coach and Spiritual Counselor. Angie coaches businesses and leaders on creating conscious businesses, communication effectiveness, leadership development, business strategy and marketing.
Also joining Dr. Robin on the show is Rania Habiby Anderson, founder of TheWayWomenWork.com. Anderson is a leading expert on the professional advancement of businesswomen in developing and emerging economies and is an executive coach. They’ll discuss her new book, “Undeterred: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies”
May 6th, 2015
Pilar Gerasimo – Founding Editor Experience Life Magazine
Jenne Fromm – Adventurer and Powerful Story-teller
During the month of May, Small Changes Big Shifts will focus on Women’s Health. Joining host Dr. Michelle Robin on Wednesday is Pilar Gerasimo, Founding Editor Experience Life Magazine. The magazine focuses on helping smart, busy people pursue the health, fitness and personal-development goals that matter to them. and she’ll discuss her book, “The Art off Being Healthy in an Unhealthy World”
Also joining Dr. Robin is Jenne Fromm, adventurer and powerful story-teller and she’ll share her stories from surviving a devastating cancer diagnosis to taking on her first triathlon at age 40 to completing Ironman races to climbing to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa.
April 29th, 2015
Dean Sluyter – Teacher of natural meditation and author of several books and audio programs.
Joe – Wellness client of Dr. Robin who has free his space through detoxing his life
Meditation: Is it right for you? Have you given it a try? On this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts Dr. Michelle Robin talks with Dean Sluyter. Dean has taught natural meditation throughout the United States since 1970. He is the author of several books and audio programs, including Cinema Nirvana, The Zen Commandments, and his latest, Natural Meditation: A Guide to Effortless Meditative Practice. Born into a family of musicians and political activists, Dean grew up in New York and Los Angeles. He dropped out of college to hitchhike around the country and embark on a path of spiritual investigation, eventually returning to earn a B.A. in English and an M.A. in interdisciplinary education.
And you’ll also meet one of Dr. Robin’s clients who has free his space through detoxing his life. Hear all about the remarkable changes Joe has experienced over a short period of time.
April 22nd, 2015
Dallas Hartwig – Co-founder of Whole9 and the Whole30® Program
Jackie Caldwell – Recovered from Ulcerative Colitis by eliminating certain foods.
On the next episode of Small Changes Big Shifts with host Dr. Michelle Robin you’ll meet Dallas Hartwig, the co-founder of Whole9 and the Whole30® program along with his wife Melissa Hartwig
The Whole30® is a health movement that is based on the idea of eating whole, nutrient-dense foods—meat, seafood, eggs, vegetables, fruits, and healthy fats—as a short-term nutrition reset designed to help you put an end to unhealthy cravings and habits, restore a healthy metabolism, heal your digestive tract, and balance your immune system.
His interest in making the world a better place converged with his interest in science in college, when he received a BS in Anatomy & Physiology from Andrews University in 2000, and an MS in Physical Therapy in 2001. He became a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist in 2003, and has since accumulated many health and exercise-related certifications, and is on the Advisory Board for Paleo f(x) and the Athletic Advisory Board for Fitwall. Dallas is also on the Board of Editors and Reviewers for the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. Some of the topics up for discussion include:
– food allergies and how to find out what your body is allergic to
– metabolism and why a 30-day reset is incredibly effective to lose weight
– do’s & don’t’s at the grocery store
Also joining Dr. Robin is holistic health coach, Jackie Caldwell. Hear Jackie’s journey to wellness and her recovery from ulcerative colitis and how she did that by eliminating foods she wasn’t able to digest.
April 15th, 2015
Wendy Lynch, Ph.D. – Founder of Lynch Consulting, Ltd.
On the next Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. Michelle Robin visits with Wendy Lynch, Ph.D. Founder of Lynch Consulting, Ltd., Senior Scientist at Health as Human Capital Foundation and Adjunct Associate Professor at Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis.
For 25 years, Dr. Wendy Lynch has been making the connection between human and business performance. A frequent speaker and author of over 50 articles and reports, Dr. Lynch is also an author of two books on the economics of health care and business: Aligning incentives, Information and Choice: How to Optimize Health and Human Capital Performance and Who Survives? How Benefit Costs are Killing Your Company.
April 8th, 2015
Kim Becking – Author, consultant and motivational speaker.
Carol Bahr – Owner of ‘Mindfully Made.’ Products that nourish and support.
Today on Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. Michelle Robin will introduce you to Kim Becking, a nationally recognized and sought after author, consultant and motivational speaker. Kim calls herself a “recovering” attorney as well as a successful business owner, community activist, patient advocate, a published author and speaker and Kim is on a mission to empower others to be proactive with their health, their life and their future. She is a nationally recognized patient advocate and breast cancer survivor and has been honored by SELF and Lifetime Television for her tireless commitment to breast cancer awareness.
Kim’s book, “Nordie’s at Noon- the Personal Stories of Four Women “Too Young” for Breast Cancer,” has received national acclaim and featured in national publications such as People, SELF, and the New York Times.
You’ll also meet Carol Bahr on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts. Her “Mindfully Made” products are an outgrowth of Bahr’s passion to research, formulate, and share “do it yourself” approaches to safely nourish and support the body inside and out. Her vision is to empower women to make confident and informed product choices for their family, whether buying off the store shelf or crafting in their kitchen.
April 1st, 2015
Steve Apkon – Executive producer of the film, ‘Planetary’
Laura Welch – Co-founder of ‘A Great Collaboration’
Keith Garde – Co-founder of ‘A Great Collaboration’
Mike Lundgren – Director of Creative and Applied Technologies at VML and Curator and organizer of TEDxKC
On the 40th anniversary of the famous ‘Blue Marble’ photograph taken of Earth from space, Planetary Collective presented a short film documenting astronauts’ life-changing stories of seeing the Earth from the outside – a perspective-altering experience often described as the Overview Effect. From the creators of that short film entitled, “Overview” comes the new documentary “Planetary“.
On this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts, host Dr. Michelle Robin with speak with Steve Apkon, the executive producer of the film. Joining in on the conversation, in studio, is Laura Welch, co-founder of ‘A Great Collaboration” and Mike Lundgren, Director of Creative and Applied Technologies at VML and Curator and organizer of TEDxKC
Also joining the show by phone from Boston is Welch’s co-founding partner of “A Great Collaboration”, Keith Garde
Learn about A Great Collaboration Summer 2016 and how you can be a part of the movement starting now.
March 25th, 2015
Joe Cross – 2010 documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead
Mindy Corporan – Son was tragically gunned down at a Jewish community center in Kansas City
Dr. Michelle Robin gets the straight scoop from Joe Cross on Small Changes Big Shifts. Cross is an Australian entrepreneur, author, filmmaker, and wellness advocate. He is most known for his 2010 documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead in which he tells the story of his 60-day juice fast. www.rebootwithjoe.com
Also joining Dr. Robin on the second half of the show, Mindy Corporan whose son Reat Underwood was tragically gunned down at a Jewish community center in Kansas City. Underwood, a 14-year-old high school freshman, had come to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City with his grandfather, Dr. William Lewis Corporan, who was also killed in the shooting. Corporan is hoping to turn this personal tragedy into an act of kindness in the community, coming together with JCC shooting.
March 18th, 2015
Frank Ferrante – May I Be Frank
Peggy Andrews – Founder of Dosha Pops
On Small Changes Big Shifts, It’s a story of love, redemption, and transformation as Dr. Robin visits with Frank Ferrante, a Sicilian, born in Brooklyn and living in San Francisco. A lover of life, great food and a good laugh, Frank was also a drug addict, morbidly obese, pre-diabetic, and fighting Hepatitis C. Estranged from his daughter, and struggling with depression. Frank was looking for a way out. Ferrante was the subject of the 2010 documentary, “May I Be Frank”. He’ll share his story of transformation with Dr. Robin. www.mayibefrankmovie.com
Plus Learn all about Dosha Pops. Founder Peggy Andrews who will inspire you to get on a “health lick”. Andrews says Dosha Pops is the love child of her passion for food and her latest lifestyle change to achieve physical and spiritual balance through Ayurveda. Considered the oldest medical science in the world, Ayurveda is a form of holistic healing that’s been practiced in India for more than 5,000 years with beliefs that each person has a unique pattern of Ayurvedic energies AKA Doshas. www.doshapops.com
March 11th, 2015
Dr. Eleanor Lisbon – Medical Know-how at Your Gym.
Aaron Wright – The Dr. Will See You Now.
On this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. Michelle Robin sits down with with Dr. Eleanor Lisbon of Exhale Fitness in Mission, Kansas. Dr. Lisbon is a graduate of Howard University; where she received both her Bachelor of Science and Medical Doctor degrees. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at KUMC in 1993 and received her Master’s in Public Health from KUMC Department of Preventive Medicine in 2007. Lisbon, a family physician for more than 20 years, dreamed of a facility where she could put her expertise to use improving the overall health of her clients. Exhale opened on New Year’s Day this year on Johnson Drive in Mission. exhale.fitness
Plus Aaron Wright, founder of Minute Movement®. Aaron encourages audiences to embrace wellness and illustrates the power that each action we take has on our lives. His motivational, mini-lessons create a space for learning in a fun, informative format that gets audiences moving, breathing, and revitalized – ready for the next speaker on the agenda. Aaron works with individuals, groups, non-for-profits, for profit companies, and municipalities. www.minutemovement.com
March 4th, 2015
Sean Foy – Workplace Workouts between 9 – 5
Dr. Michelle Robin chats with Sean Foy, President and founder of “Win Today Wellness”. Foy is an internationally renowned authority on fitness, weight management and healthy living. Sean is the author of the Wellness Councils of America flagship physical activity book, “Fitness That Works-Simple Moves to Make Exercise Happen between 9–5”, “The 10 Minute Total Body Breakthrough” and the co-creator of an award winning children’s health and fitness program, “LEAN KIDS”. Sean is also the author and developer of the signature fitness program for The Biggest Loser® Pro Training programs and The Daniel Plan. Among numerous other awards, he received the “Nike Go” Top National Health Education Program Award and the California Governor Health Educator of the Year Award. www.wintodaywellness.com
February 25th, 2015
David Byrd & Dave Kirby – Enriching Lives, Families, and Communities at the YMCA
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is David Byrd, CEO of the YMCA Kansas City. Byrd became just the ninth CEO in the 150 years of the YMCA of Greater Kansas City in August 2010, bringing more than 30 years of experience working for the Y in cities throughout the Southeast. This will be a follow up visit for Byrd who has exciting news on how the Y is changing to keep up with its clients and communities.
Also joining Dr. MIchelle Robin is Dave Kirby, recovering perfectionist & legalist. Aspiring lover & giver and the owner of iBelieve Media, host & producer of the 1 Simple Thing Podcast. Follow Dave on Twitter @TheDaveKirby
February 18th, 2015
Debbie Leonard – Supercharge Your Next Networking Event
Most people see the importance and merit of networking but time is precious. How do you find the contacts, important referrals, and information you need without spinning your wheels or wasting your time? Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on the latest episode of Small Changes Big Shifts is Debbie Leonard, author of “The C’crets of Networking: A Guide to (Tactfully) Navigating Past the Castoffs and Toward the Champions”. They’ll discuss connecting, networking, and relationships. Discover how to get the most out of your next networking event.
February 11th, 2015
Dr. James Chestnut – Eat – Move – and Think Well
On Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. Michelle Robin sits down with Dr. James Chestnut who has been studying human wellness and prevention for over 25 years. Dr. Chestnut is also the author of ‘The Wellness & Prevention Paradigm’, which is considered the gold standard evidence-based argument for lifestyle intervention. Dr. Chestnut lectures at venues worldwide including colleges and professional conferences regarding lifestyle as the evidence-based foundation of wellness and prevention and 21st Century healthcare reform.
February 4th, 2015
Allison Swelin – If Sitting is the New Smoking, Maybe You Better Move
All around us you hear the ceaseless clicking of computer keys…productivity in the office, yes but all this sedentary 9 to 5 in-action is taking a toll on our health. Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Allison Swelin, Strategic Partnership Development Manager at Garmin International to talk wellness and getting fit in and out of the office.
January 28th, 2015
John O’Leary – Putting a Spark in your Life
Connie Zack – Sunlighten™ Saunas
ON this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin, you’ll meet motivational speaker John O’Leary. John O’Leary works with hundreds of organizations to transform today’s challenges into a foundation for incredible growth. He’s taught businesses key strategies to succeed in any environment. He empowers thousands of individuals around the world to lead fuller, more productive and inspired lives.
Dr. Robin also introduces you to Connie Zack, co-owner and Chief Sales Officer of Sunlighten. Zack started the business in a basement in 1999. Her husband and co-founder Aaron Zack is the company’s CEO. Together, the Zacks have led Sunlighten to tremendous growth since those basement days. Before starting Sunlighten, Connie held positions at Procter & Gamble ranging from Alternative Marketing Manager, District Pharmaceutical Sales Manager and Gastrointestinal National Manager. They’ll discuss the healing characteristics of infrared saunas
January 21st, 2015
Dr. Norman Shealy – Rid Yourself of Chronic Pain
On this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. Michelle Robin is joined by Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., an American neurosurgeon and a pioneer in pain medicine. He is credited with the invention of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator,spinal cord stimulator, and radiofrequency ablation for back pain arising from facet arthropathy. He is considered by many to be the world’s leading expert on pain and depression management, and was the first physician to specialize in the resolution of chronic pain. A pioneer in developing safe and effective treatments such as Biogenics, he founded, in 1971, the first comprehensive pain and stress management facility in the country, The Shealy Institute, respected world-wide for its innovative and successful rehabilitation approaches in over 30,000 patients.
January 14th, 2015
Ryan Rink – Host on On the Radio With Good Companies
Dr. Michelle Robin sits with Ryan Rink, one of the hosts of “On the Radio With Good Companies”. On this week’s Small Changes Big Shifts, sit back and relax and enjoy the lively discussion. Dr Robin is devoting the month of January to the principle behind her show…how just one small change can lead to big shifts in your life. They’ll explore some of those small changes on this episode and share the tremendous impact they’ve seen.
January 7th, 2015
Tom Rath – Eat Move Sleep
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Tom Rath, author of the New York Times bestseller Eat Move Sleep: How Small Choices Lead to Big Changes, It describes the impact of eating, moving and sleeping on health and everyday energy and offers practical ideas on how to make better health choices. Other books include: Wellbeing, Strengths Based Leadership, StrengthsFinder 2.0, and How Full Is Your Bucket? Tom Rath is an American author, researcher, and speaker whose books have sold more than 5 million copies and have been translated into sixteen languages. He is best known for his studies on strengths based leadership and wellbeing and synthesizing research findings in a series of bestselling books
December 31, 2014 // Dr. Tom Hill – A New You In 2015 // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts is Tom Hill. Dr. Tom Hill is currently a High Performance Advisor and Life Coach to over 40 highly- successful business leaders throughout North America, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Entrepreneur’s Soul, author of Living at the Summit: A Novel Approach to an Exceptional Life and former college professor for a major university, who decided to cash in his retirement fund and go for his own dreams, amassing a group of real estate franchises, reaching $3 billion dollars in sales.
December 24, 2014 // W. Paul Young – Author of The Shack // LISTEN
Dr. Michelle Robin talks with New York Times bestselling author of The Shack, William Paul Young. Young, explains how a story origninally meant for his children became a New York Times Best Seller. The Shack wrestles with the timeless question, “Where is God in world filled with unspeakable pain?” Young describes how he now lives inside the grace of one day, asking for wisdom from within a wealth of relationships that includes the community of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. and how he wants to see this, not as an invitation into greater responsibility, but into deepening participation.
December 17, 2014 // Dr. Mark Laney – Just What the Patient Ordered // LISTEN
Dr. Mark Laney, President and CEO of Mosaic Life Care joins Dr. Michelle Robin on this week’s Small Changes Big Shifts. Mosaic Life Care represents a new type of health care. Created with the patients’ needs in mind, it offers same-day appointments, extended clinic hours to fit busy schedules and caregivers that not only treat you when you’re sick, but take the time to help you live life to the fullest. It’s just what the patient ordered. Mosaic Life Care is a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. This relationship allows collaboration with Mayo Clinic specialists as needed. Dr. Laney joined Mosaic Life Care in 2009 as the president and CEO. Prior to Mosaic Life Care, Dr. Laney served for 15 years at Cook Children’s Health Care System as the Cook Children’s Physician Network president.
December 10, 2014 // Dr. Daphne Bascom – Inspiring Others // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts is Dr. Daphne Bascom, Chief Medical Officer, and Worldwide Consulting at Cerner Corporation. Dr. Bascome is an International Federation of Body Builders Figure Professional, and a Certified Fitness Instructor at CE Nutri-Fit 24/7 Fitness Center
December 3, 2014 // Dr. Julie Connor – Dreams to Action // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin is Dr. Julie Connor, nationally acclaimed motivational speaker and author of the book, “Dreams to Action Trailblazer’s Guide”. Dr. Robin and her guest will kick off the month of December exploring the topic of “visioning”. Dr. Connor has shown adults and students, churches and schools, businesses and organizations how to define their purpose, align their vision with their core values, maximize their talents, and create tangible goals for more than 30 years. She’ll share her journey on how she fulfilled her own dreams after fighting through clinical depression, agoraphobia, and a failed marriage. A truly inspiring story you won’t want to miss.
November 26, 2014 // Edie Varley & Gary Baker – A Season of Gratitude // LISTEN
Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts continues her dialogue on “Gratitude” with Edie Varley, national speaker and motivational coach along with Gary Baker with Tom Hill Institute. THIS is about all of people working as an UNDIVIDED community, sharing stories, successes and failures as they focus on their goals! The foundation of the program is based on 52 Leadership Lessons which are designed to get you on the path to reaching your fullest potential and this is just the start.
November 19, 2014 // Natalie George – Garbage In, Garbage Out by the Spoonful // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin for Small Changes Big Shifts is Natalie George with Kansas City’s Café Gratitude. After enjoying what she calls her life changing lunch in San Francisco while on business, George decided to bring the vegan and raw restaurant to the Kansas City area. A committed salesperson and fitness buff, she worked on the founders of the California eatery and a few years later she opened Café Gratitude in Kansas City. She’ll discuss the restaurant and its healthy food with Dr. Robin.
November 12, 2014 // Jessica Bonovich – Healing the Whole Person Mind-Body-Spirit-Emotion // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Jessica Bonovich a holistic nurse whose real life connection to health care occurred when she became the patient. She’ll share her remarkable story and explain why she believes patients and nurses can practice holistic therapies within the guidelines of Western medicine.
November 5, 2014 // Dr.Amit Sood – Positive Change for a Peaceful, Content, & Happier Life // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Dr.Amit Sood, a Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN. Dr. Sood is the Director of Research and Practice in the Mayo Clinic Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program, and Chair of the Mayo Mind-Body Initiative. Dr. Sood says his life’s mission is to share a scientific and practical approach with as many people as possible so they can live a peaceful, content and happier life, and thereby make the world a better place for ourselves and our children.
October 29, 2014 // Lisa Markley – Super Charging Your Body with the Right Fuel // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on this episode of Small changes Big Shifts is Lisa Markley; MS RDN: Owner, Nutrition and Wellness Expert, Culinary Instructor, Food Educator, Writer, Recipe Developer and Jill Grunewald, Holistic Nutrition and Hormone Coach, Founder, Healthful Elements LLC.
October 22, 2014 // Nadine Beech – Getting and Staying Fit // LISTEN
October 15, 2014 // Dr. Terry Wahls – Defeating Progressive MS: The Wahls Protocol // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin Wednesday is Dr. Terry Wahls, a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa and a staff physician at the Iowa City Veterans Affairs Hospital, where she teaches medical students and resident physicians. She is also a patient with a chronic progressive neurological disorder, secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years. But thanks to the power of the Wahls Protocol™, which is based on Functional Medicine and the Wahls Paleo™ diet, Dr. Wahls restored her health and now pedals her bike five miles to work each day. She’ll share her amazing story on Small Changes Big Shifts.
October 8, 2014 // Tess Masters – Take Care of Your Gut and It Will Take Care of You // LISTEN
On this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin, Tess Masters, Australian actor, presenter, voice over artist and writer living in Los Angeles,. also known as the The Blender Girl, joins Dr. Robin to share recipes from her new book, “The Blender Girl Cookbook” 100 Gluten Free, Vegan Recipes – including delicious , snacks, salads, soups, main dishes, desserts, & condiments you can whip up in a blender. Also joining Dr. Robin is Todd Welden, owner of Mountain Cloud Natural Therapeutics in Aspen, Colorado, a practitioner of biodynamic cranial sacral therapy, needleless acupuncture, homeopathic botanical medicine, and radionics.
October 1, 2014 // Dr. William Davis – Going Against the Grain with Dr. William Davis // LISTEN
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts is Cardiologist, Dr. William Davis, New York Times #1 Best Selling Author, and the Medical Director and founder of the Wheat Belly Lifestyle Institute, as well as the Cureality program. Dr. Davis will explain why he believes there are destructive health effects with wheat consumption. From arthritis to acid reflux to schizophrenia, Dr. Davis says these can be either caused or made worse by wheat — food we are advised to eat more of and Dr. Davis maintains that by eliminating it from our diets you can be healthier and lose weight –10, 20, or 30 pounds or more.
April 29, 2014 // Be Inspired! Jason Mirikitani and the Story of Mile Marker 825 // LISTEN
April 22, 2014 // Living a Blissful Life // LISTEN
April 15, 2014 // The Spiritual Side of Success, with guest Mary Morrissey // LISTEN
April 8, 2014 // Developing Your Mindfulness, with Joan Borysenko // LISTEN
April 1, 2014 // Turning Despair Into Life-Affirming Opportunities // LISTEN