04-02-14: Milan Hollister

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Milan HollisterSome of the core questions about the human quest for happiness and meaning are explored in the book “Back To The Basics: Five Core Values Revitalized” by Milan Hollister, Ph.D. Challenged by a harsh and abusive childhood, the author began a journey that took her around the globe — 16 states and 14 countries. Her study of most major religions and dogma ultimately led to the realization that they nearly all break down into these core values — love, truth, peace, right conduct, and nonviolence. Follow her through pain and struggle, to desire and hope, and eventually peace and clarity. Her greatest wish now is to share her journey so that others might find understanding and solace in her words. Kerri and Ashley talk with this amazing survivor about the past, the future, and the human experience. Dr. Hollister has also written numerous successful children’s books that emphasize core values.



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1-1-14: Sayer Ji

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sayerjiToday our special guest is Sayer Ji of Greenmedinfo.com. Sayer Ji is a widely recognized researcher, author, and lecturer, an advisory board member of the National Health Federation, and the founder of the world’s most widely referenced, evidence-based natural health resource of its kind. He founded Greenmedinfo.com in 2008 in order to provide the world an open access, evidence-based resource supporting natural and integrative modalities.



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Ashley’s 8 Minute Workout

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ashley mLack of time is the number one reason people cite as to why they stop exercising. You are not too busy to work out; you just need to make your workouts efficient. Instead of doing an hour of cardio and then strength training incorporate High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), this type of intense workout keeps our metabolism elevated days after the session! A fast metabolism means more fat loss. So if you but are pressed for time, HIIT is the best way to train.

You don’t need to go to the gym; you are the only equipment you need for a great workout.  Below is an 8 minute workout you can do anywhere with no equipment but you & a stopwatch!

Warm Up: 1-minute jog in place, 1-minute jumping jacks

Perform each of the following exercises for one minute:

  • Jump Squats (regular squats)
  • Push Ups (modified push ups with knees on mat)
  • High Step Ups: Use a sturdy chair or bench that when you place your foot squarely on it your knee is at a 90-degree angle.

Step up for 30 seconds leading with the right foot, then the left, bringing both feet completely onto the bench. Switch legs and repeat for 30 seconds on the other side.

  • Burpees (Begin in a squat position with hands on the floor in front of you and kick your feet back to a pushup position-immediately return your feet to the squat position- leap up as high as possible from the squat position)
  • Plank: Lie face down on the floor or face your mat on your knees. Place your palms so that your shoulders are aligned with your wrists close to your head. Push off the floor, raising up off your knees onto your toes and spreading your fingers and pressing down with your palms. Contract your abdominals and pull your belly button in to keep yourself up and prevent your booty from sticking up.
  • Jump Rope

*Listening to your favorite high-energy music while exercising not only makes exercise more fun, studies show that people exercise at a higher intensity when they listen to music.

Wishing you a HEALTHY, HAPPY New Year!


9-21-10: David Wolfe

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David-Wolfe-1A few years ago we had David Wolfe on the show.

The rock star of the superfoods and longevity world, America’s TOP CEOs, Global Ambassadors, Hollywood celebrities, busy professionals, and even the most powerful buying influence in the nation—Moms—all look to David for expert advice in health, beauty, herbalism, nutrition and chocolate!





12-16-13 – The Fit Boss

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jordangif5Jordan Grahm is a personal trainer based out of Los Angeles, California who specializes in weight loss. Growing up he was always overweight and used food and his size for comfort. In 2008, Jordan was in a severe car collision, which served as his wake up call to start living a better life. After losing 200 pounds by changing his eating habits, as well as exercising regularly, he now works with others to inspire them and help them achieve their goals. See Photos Here