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As you start to enjoy more time outdoors, you are doing yourself a world of good. Join Lise and Karolyn as they share the surprising ways in which Nature impacts our health.
Listeners will learn how to clarify their highest priorities, turn those priorities into goals with action plans and get past procrastination so they can fulfill their dreams.
Join Lise and Karolyn and their guest Elaine Thomas - a Thriver in every sense of the word. Elaine has survived several recurrences of ovarian cancer over the past decade. She has learned a lot from her journey and will share her experience and wisdom with us.
On this episode, Dr. John Nuestadt will provide practical information on reducing fracture risk and managing osteoporosis. If you are interested in building your bone health, you won't want to miss this show!
On this episode you will also find out the latest information about controversial HPV vaccines.
On this episode, two expert registered dietitians explain what FODMAP is and why it is so significant.
On this episode find out why iron is so essential and how you can enhance the iron in your diet.
On this episode, discover interesting strategies to rejuvenate from stress and experience deep renewal.
This episode is all about reducing the toxic effects of travel. Whether you are on a plane frequently, take the train to work or commute in a car, expert guest Dr. Jonny Bowden will give you tips on how to offset the negative health effects of commuting.
Dr. Brandon Brock, an expert in functional neurology, will explain what’s going on in the brain and will share some lifestyle strategies to recover optimal mental functioning.
This show is perfect for anyone struggling with sleep issues but is especially geared for breast cancer survivors.
Five to Thrive Live guest, Trevor Cates, ND discusses the reasons for dry skin and how dry skin reflects internal health. She offers diet and nutrient recommendations as well as discusses which skin care ingredients to avoid.
Dr. David Brady discusses what fibromyalgia is, and what it is not. He also discusses natural pain-relief with diet, stress management, sleep strategies and herbs and dietary supplements.
On this episode Lise and Karolyn celebrate National Cancer Prevention Month by sharing a variety of scientific studies illustrating the many ways we can reduce the risk of developing cancer.
Dr. Lorenzo Cohen and Alison Jefferies present a cancer prevention plan that the whole family can get involved in.
Discover four key elements to gaining peace of mind no matter the circumstances.
What's the best brain boosting diet? Do supplements really work and if they do, which ones? You'll get answers to these questions and more!
Effective communication is a critical part of any wellness plan so you won't want to miss this episode!
"The Natural Nurse" gives listeners practical advice on how to reduce risk of breast cancer.
On this episode Karolyn and Lise discuss proactive—and unexpected—ways to reduce the risk of developing cancer.
On this episode Ronald Hoffman, MD, discusses his integrative treatment of inflammatory bowel disease like ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, as well as inflammatory bowel disorders like irritable bowel syndrome.
This episode explores the fascinating, complex personality traits that can surface while being a caregiver or experiencing an illness such as cancer.
Find out why scientists, doctors, and consumers are finding so fascinating about the amazing nutrient: melatonin.
We are excited to have BJ Fogg, PhD as our guest. He joins us to discuss how people can be successful at sustaining new healthy behaviors.
Learn more about a program that helps people diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones better cope with the cancer journey.
Learn some of the most promising immunological therapies being used to treat cancer and how natural therapies can fit into this treatment plan.