Color Can Heal Your Life!
with Dr. Deanna Minich
with Dr. Deanna Minich
Dr. Deanna has a conversation with functional medicine physician, Kyrin Dunston, MD, about a body, mind and spirit approach to women’s health.
In this episode, Dr. Deanna discusses the ROOT System of Health and how this part of our being connects to survival, tribe, and stress. You’ll hear about three practical ways to heal and nourish this essential core of our existence.
Most people aren’t getting enough blue-purple foods in their diet. There is some science to suggest that these colorful foods could help us with brain health. Listen in to Dr. Deanna talk about which blue-purple foods are healing for the brain and why.
Ann Louise Gittleman, is a New York Times Bestselling author of over 30 books on diet, detox, the environment, and women’s health. Beloved by many, she is regarded as a nutritional visionary and health pioneer who has fearlessly stood on the front lines of holistic and integrative medicine. Learn from her vast wisdom on foods for digestion, how to enhance bile, how minerals influence hormones, and much more.
Dr. Deanna talks with you about why “variety” is a key element for health and healing, in addition to being related to longevity. Learn some ways to introduce variety, versatility, and more flexibility in your life to allow you to feel that you are in the flow of freedom!
Artist, Manami Lingerfelt, describes her creative process and “recipe” for inspiration through the flow of her life’s story.
Start the new year off in the spirit of a holistic reset! Detox guru, Wendy Myers, provides easy tips to get us going with reducing our toxic burden in 2018.
Food is medicine. Community is medicine. How can we connect the two? Family physician and educator, Dr. Michelle Seguin, tells us how we can connect the dots of local, seasonal eating with everyday living in our communities for better health, quality of life, and less chronic disease.
Naturopathic physician, author and nutrigenomics pioneer, Dr. Benjamin Lynch, discusses the genetics of eye health and what we can do with nutrition and lifestyle to improve our vision.
Massage therapist and neural movement guide, Joe Kleman, explains why adults need to move away from overthinking and into the essence of flowing with simple games and childlike activity. He believes that our mental health translates into our physical body. Learn more about his creative version of everyday movement and how you can become a different person and body by interacting with color, light, and shapes.