Travel Expert Michaela Guzy will discuss today why we should be taking time off and some great ideas on how to use those vacation days.
Michaela Guzy, “Storytelling Beyond Borders, Fearless Beyond Reason.”MICHAELA GUZY is an American media executive, entrepreneur, speaker and on-air show host. She is the executive producer for two original award-winning series, Michaela’s Map and OhThePeopleYouMeet.
She appears as a sustainable, transformative travel & authentic human connection expert on morning and evening news across the country. Her content is #trending on every channel, so please pack a bag, and journey on with Michaela: https://www.instagram.com/michaelaguzy/ https://www.youtube.com/michaelaguzy/
Gary Weiner Sarcoma Cancer
Our next guest is Gary Wiener, President of the Sarcoma-Oma Foundation. Gary is will help to inform us about Sarcoma, and how Sarcoma patients can access resources and counseling, as well as receive help paying for medical related travel expenses to any of the U.S. medical facilities specializing in sarcoma treatment. Gary learned firsthand the challenges families go through when you or a loved one is diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. His wife Linda battled and ultimately succumbed to Liposarcoma. For that reason, the Sarcoma-Oma Foundation has a program which will help pay for medical-related travel expenses to gain access to the best treatment options available to you, regardless of where you live. For more information go to : https://www.sarcoma-oma.org/
Our last guest is Christina Riley, EL Education Director of Curriculum Design, Ms. Riley will discuss the research-informed EL Education literacy program results and how similar results can be achieved in other school districts. She will also share the recent Nation’s Scorecard results for your local region. For more information please visit https://eleducation.org/
Our first guest is Family Physician Dr. Kim Yu , she will discuss a new survey about the flu and to also discuss flu misconceptions versus facts. And yet, a recent survey commissioned by the American Academy of Family Physicians is revealing more than half of Americans haven’t gotten a flu shot this season and nearly a third say they don’t plan to get one at all. Why are folks dodging the flu shot and what are the consequences?
As reported by the CDC, an estimated 34,200 Americans died from the flu in the 2018-2019 season
and this flu season is on track to be one of the most severe seasons we’ve seen in the last decade!
Harley Pasternak, M. SC. is a Celebrity fitness and nutrition specialist, he will be giving Tips and Advice on How To Eat More Balanced and Be Healthier in 2020. He joins us today from a farm in California. He’ll cover it all, from food to drink to exercise, and even sleep. And here’s an insider tip– it’s all about balance, how they can achieve this to look and feel their best in 2020. Pasternak is a New York Times Bestselling Author whose books include 5-Factor Fitness, 5-Factor Diet, The 5-Factor World Diet, The Body Reset Diet, The Body Reset Diet Cookbook, and 5 Pounds. Pasternak has made worldwide speaking appearances in over 30 countries for a diversity of Fortune 500 companies, health and fitness organizations and government entities. For more information go to: https://www.harleypasternak.com
Dr. Neal Barnard, MD, our last guest discusses how food and hormones play a powerful role in fertility and menopause, sex-hormone related cancers, balancing the thyroid, type 2 diabetes, and regulating metabolism. He is the only physician who has conducted breakthrough research on how foods influence hormones and the problems they can cause.
In his new book, Your Body in Balance, nutrition researcher and New York Times bestselling author Neal Barnard, MD, shares the science behind how common conditions—like infertility, weight gain, menopausal symptoms, breast and prostate cancers, thyroid problems, and acne—are fueled by hormones that are hidden in or influenced by the foods we eat.
For more information please visit: PCRM.org/YourBodyInBalance
Dr. James Ingvoldstad, Physician, Author is our guest today, he will discuss Road Trip: One Doctor’s Call to Haiti is Dr. Jim’s story of his experiences with God and the Haitian people.
On January 10, 2010, a huge earthquake hit Haiti, devastating a portion of one of the world’s poorest nations. An American medical doctor there that day, on one of many trips he has made to Haiti, found himself one of the first medical professionals available to respond, and he moved to setting up a MASH-style medical clinic outside under tents and treating the injured until trauma medical teams could arrive. It was just one of the adventures Dr. Jim Ingvoldstad has had in his years of service to Haiti.
When Dr. Jim began serving on short medical missions in Haiti he learned not only that he has gained more than he gave, but that risking change and stepping out and being vulnerable allows for growth and joy.
When the opportunity to serve came, viewed it as a way of giving back to others and fulfilling the call God had on his life. What he saw only later was that the adventure had the joy and risk of a road trip to the unknown. After almost 20 years and more than 30 trips to the same community in Haiti, he saw the radical change this had made in his own life as, among other things, he learned from the Haitian people the joy of living in the present, and of giving without expectation of anything in return.
For more information where you can purchase “Road Trip: One Doctor’s Call to Haiti ” is Dr. Jim’s story of his experiences with God and the Haitian people”. Go to Amazon.com to purchase his book.