• EP #1397: How Building Imagination, Creativity, and Problem-Solving Skills in Your Children Leads to A Healthy Sense of Self

    14 JUN. 2024 · Summary In this episode, Lisa Davis interviews Dr. John Trentalange about his book, 'Connecting in a Disconnected World: Activities that Build Connections with Children.' They discuss the importance of connection and bonding with children, the role of imagination and creativity in child development, and the impact of storytelling on communication and emotional safety. They also explore the concept of family perception and how each individual in a family has a unique experience. Dr. John shares various activities and games that parents can use to enhance their relationship with their children and promote emotional well-being. Keywords: connection, bonding, children, imagination, creativity, storytelling, emotional safety, family perception, activities, games Takeaways - Connection and bonding with children is crucial for their development and well-being. - Imagination and creativity play a significant role in problem-solving skills and mental health. - Storytelling can create emotional safety and enhance communication within families. - Each individual in a family has a unique perception and experience. - Activities and games can be used to strengthen the parent-child relationship and promote emotional well-being. \ Sound Bites - "Imagination is more important than knowledge." - "30 minutes of real quality time of bonding with your child can make a lifelong difference." - "For every individual in that family, it's a different family." Chapters00:00Introduction and Importance of Connection 02:30Imagination, Creativity, and Problem-Solving Skills 05:05Storytelling and Emotional Safety 06:52Family Perception and Individual Experiences 23:06Creating Structure and Expressing Emotions 28:01Bonding Through Gardening 34:39Working Together as a Team
    41m 8s
  • EP #1396: How To: Empower Your Teen: Conquering Addiction, Peer Pressure & Social Anxiety

    13 JUN. 2024 · Summary In this conversation, Lisa Davis interviews author Jas Hammonds about their novel 'Thirsty'. The book explores the story of an 18-year-old named Blake who is trying to gain admittance into an elite underground sorority while struggling with alcohol addiction and social anxiety. The conversation covers themes of class, self-worth, and the complexities of relationships. Jas Hammonds shares their personal experiences with drinking and the importance of questioning societal norms around alcohol. The interview also touches on the significance of therapy and the impact of parental relationships on mental health. The conversation explores the hope that drinking will lose its popularity among young people, similar to how cigarettes have fallen out of favor. The discussion also touches on the importance of coping mechanisms and responsible substance use. The book 'Thirsty' is praised for its representation of gender identity and the exploration of friendship and coping mechanisms. The conversation concludes with a discussion about the author's first book, 'We Deserve Monuments', and ways to support the author. Keywords: Thirsty, novel, Jas Hammonds, underground sorority, alcohol addiction, social anxiety, class, self-worth, relationships, therapy, parental relationships, mental health, drinking, popularity, cigarettes, hope, coping mechanisms, responsible substance use, gender identity, friendship, Thirsty, We Deserve Monuments, support Takeaways - The novel 'Thirsty' explores the challenges faced by an 18-year-old named Blake as she tries to gain admittance into an elite underground sorority while battling alcohol addiction and social anxiety. - The book delves into themes of class and the pressure to fit in, highlighting the ways in which wealth and alcohol can be intertwined. - The conversation emphasizes the importance of self-acceptance and the impact of negative self-talk on mental health. - Jas Hammonds shares their personal experiences with drinking and the process of realizing and addressing their own alcohol addiction. - The interview also discusses the significance of therapy and the complexities of parental relationships in shaping one's sense of self. Drinking among young people is a topic of concern, and there is hope that it will lose its popularity, similar to cigarettes. - Coping mechanisms are important, and responsible substance use should be encouraged. - Representation of gender identity and the exploration of friendship and coping mechanisms are key themes in the book 'Thirsty'. - The author's first book, 'We Deserve Monuments', explores intergenerational trauma and family secrets. - Supporting authors by recommending their books to local libraries is a valuable way to show support. ] Sound Bites - "It is a story about a girl coming to terms with an alcohol addiction." - "Comparison is a thief of joy." - "Where does that line happen for just normal people like us?" - "I keep hoping that drinking will kind of fall by the wayside for young people like cigarettes have." - "I wish it would lose its popularity. Like my daughter, oh, go ahead, go ahead." - "My daughter chose a substance-free dorm. And she's hoping just to meet a bunch of nerds who don't party." Chapters00:00Introduction and Background of 'Thirsty' 02:59Exploring the Challenges of Fitting In and Battling Addiction 06:26Unpacking the Intersection of Class and Alcohol 08:49The Power of Self-Acceptance and Overcoming Negative Self-Talk 10:51Jas Hammonds' Personal Journey with Alcohol Addiction 14:19The Significance of Therapy and Parental Relationships 15:23The Hope for Drinking to Lose Popularity Among Young People 20:49Representation of Gender Identity and Exploration of Friendship in 'Thirsty' 23:47Exploring Intergenerational Trauma and Family Secrets in 'We Deserve Monuments' 28:10Supporting Authors by Recommending Books to Local Libraries Royalty Free Music from Tunetank.com Track: Surfing! by automaticbananas https://tunetank.com/track/5070-surfing!/
    30m 3s
  • EP #1395: Cooking with Kayla: How to Deconstruct Stuffed Peppers: A Quick & Healthy One-Pan Meal (Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free)

    12 JUN. 2024 · Summary In this conversation, Lisa and Kayla discuss Kayla's upcoming trip to Italy and Spain. They talk about packing tips, Kayla's plans for the trip, and the food she's excited to try. Kayla also shares a recipe for a one-pan deconstructed stuffed pepper skillet. The conversation includes mentions of Just Meats, a company that offers pre-cooked and shredded meats, and the sponsors One Earth Body Care, Flora and Bast, and Dr. John Trent-A-Lage. Keywords: Italy, Spain, travel, packing tips, food, recipe, one-pan meal, stuffed peppers, Just Meats, One Earth Body Care, Flora and Bast, Dr. John Trentalange Takeaways - Packing tips for traveling to Italy and Spain include rolling clothes and using packing cubes for organization. - Kayla is excited to try the food in Italy and plans to eat her way through wine country. - She is considering trying gluten-containing foods in Italy, but acknowledges the potential risks for those with celiac disease. - The recipe shared is a one-pan deconstructed stuffed pepper skillet, which is easy to make and customizable with different meats and seasonings. - The sponsors mentioned in the conversation are One Earth Body Care, Flora and Bast, and Dr. John Trent-A-Lage. Sound Bites - "I'm very jealous. Kayla, can you put me in your suitcase? I'll practice yoga with my husband and I'll get really flexible so I can throw myself up on a little ball." - "I had so much shit packed in my bag that rolling everything and I got packing cubes. So everything was like organized in a cube by like city and then everything was rolled." - "I'm gonna like wear my walking shoes on the plane. And then I only am going to pack like two pairs of sandals for like when we do dinner or something. But like, I feel like I'm just gonna wear sneakers a lot." Chapters00:00Packing Tips and Jealousy 02:08Walking Shoes and Sneakers for Travel 04:07Eating Delicious Food in Italy 06:07Food Adventures in Spain 09:40Recipe: One-Pan Deconstructed Stuffed Pepper Skillet 12:17Cooking Tips for the Recipe 15:03Customizing the Recipe with Seasonings 19:28Where to Find Kayla and Her Recipes
    20m 27s
  • EP #1394: How Calming Inflammation Sparks Gut Health, Fights Disease & Extends Your Lifespan

    11 JUN. 2024 · https://www.risagrouxnutrition.com/   a Functional Nutritionist in private practice in Newport Beach, California and has always been passionate about nutrition and good health. She made her children’s baby food from scratch and continues to cook and create healthy, nutritious food. She works with a wide array of clients from professional athletes, adults and kids, to the Biggest Loser from season 4 with issues like diabetes, autoimmune disease, cancer, digestion, thyroid and hormone imbalances. 2) TopicFunctional Nutrition and upcoming book "FoodFrame: Diet Is A Four-Letter Word”3) 5-7 talking points and/or questionsRisa firmly believes that the body can heal itself with whole foods we obtain from the earth and sees living proof of that in her office each day. She looks at root causes using functional nutrition guidelines and knows that weight loss is a side effect of wellness. In addition to her private practice, Risa has a line of non-GMO, gluten, dairy, and soy free products including the RGN 14-day Detox, collagen proteins, chocolate bars, and supplements. Through years of detoxing personally and in her practice, Risa can validate the benefits of decreasing systemic inflammation and increasing good gut health while removing toxins She sits on expert panels and speaking engagements from Nordstrom, Equinox, Big Canyon Country Club, Jewish Community Center, Williams-Sonoma. Was the inaugural Chair of the Move for Minds event for Maria Shriver. Risa wrote a nutrition column for Coast Magazine online called Newport Beach Nutrition and published on ThriveGlobal. Recently Risa was the guest chef and presenter at Rancho La Puerta Spa. ABOUT RISA’S BOOK BOOK “FoodFrame: Diet Is A Four-Letter Word”:  - Rooted in an approach based on systems biology, the FoodFrameTM method was developed by Functional Nutritionist Risa Groux to quickly determine an appropriate nutrition plan based on each individual’s symptoms, health concerns, and physical characteristics.  - Whether a person is following the Risa Groux Nutrition Detox, or an eating lifestyle such as Paleo, Keto, Autoimmune Protocol, Vegetarian, Low Lectin, or Low FODMAP, FoodFrame provides guidelines, food lists, and Risa’s own recipes.   - In addition, FoodFrame explains blood and stool testing markers so the reader can grasp what testing is right for them.  Real-life testimonials lend a full understanding of how weight loss is achieved as a side effect of wellness.  
    46m 17s
  • EP #1393: How Functional Mushroom Gummies Can Boost Immunity and Overall Health

    10 JUN. 2024 · Summary Jake Melman from Troop discusses the positive benefits of mushrooms and how he and his cousin Stephanie started their mushroom business. They were inspired by the documentary Fantastic Fungi and the potential health benefits of mushrooms. They wanted to create a brand that provided reliable and safe mushroom products. Troop offers a variety of mushroom gummies, including Reishi for calming, Lion's Mane for focus, and a Super Troop blend for energy and immunity. The mushrooms have adaptogenic properties and can target underlying health issues. The website provides educational information about each mushroom. Jake and Lisa discuss the founding of Troop, a mushroom supplement company, and their mission to make mushrooms more approachable and fun. They talk about the stigmas and misconceptions surrounding mushrooms and the importance of using high-quality ingredients. Jake explains the process of growing and extracting mushrooms and the benefits of using the whole fruiting body. They also touch on the topic of neurodivergence and how supplements like mushrooms can be used in conjunction with medication to support overall health. Keywords: mushrooms, health benefits, Troop, mushroom gummies, Reishi, Lion's Mane, Super Troop blend, adaptogens, underlying health issues, Troop, mushroom supplements, approachable, stigmas, misconceptions, high-quality ingredients, growing mushrooms, extracting mushrooms, fruiting body, neurodivergence, medication, overall health Takeaways - Mushrooms have incredible health benefits and have been used as medicine throughout human history. - Troop offers a range of mushroom gummies that provide reliable and safe mushroom products. - The mushrooms have adaptogenic properties and can target underlying health issues. - Taking mushrooms daily can have compounding effects on health and wellness. - Troop's website provides educational information about each mushroom. Troop was founded to make mushrooms more approachable and fun for the average person. - There are stigmas and misconceptions surrounding mushrooms, but Troop aims to educate and provide high-quality products. - Troop uses the whole fruiting body of mushrooms and has a patent-pending triple extraction method to ensure concentrated and high-quality supplements. - Mushroom supplements can be used in conjunction with medication to support overall health. - Passion and dedication are key when starting a supplement company. Sound Bites - "The Health Power of Mushrooms" - "Troop: Creating Reliable and Safe Mushroom Products" - "The Power of Adaptogens: Targeting Underlying Health Issues" - "Jake is bad at being an adrenaline junkie" - "We wanted to make it more approachable for the average person to take mushrooms" - "It's fun to take mushrooms. It's fun to learn about mushrooms. It's fun to be part of the mush world" Chapters00:00The Health Power of Mushrooms 03:02Creating Reliable and Safe Mushroom Products with Troop 06:01The Power of Adaptogens: How Mushrooms Target Underlying Health Issues 11:11Daily Mushroom Use: The Compounding Effects on Health and Wellness 20:15Making Mushrooms Approachable and Fun 23:42The Importance of Using the Whole Fruiting Body 26:48Mushrooms as Supplements for Overall Health 29:09The Role of Passion and Dedication in Starting a Supplement Company
    33m 40s
  • EP #1392: How to Heal from the Trauma-Attachment-Addiction Cycle and Reclaim Your Life

    7 JUN. 2024 · You can work with Dr. John. He is the BEST therapist I have ever had: TEXT: 719-310-9495 https://netzero.com  Summary In this conversation, Dr. John Trentalange discusses the topics of attachment, trauma, and addictions. He defines attachment as the ability to feel secure and okay, often formed through early experiences with caregivers. Trauma is defined as any experience that does not compute in the brain and leaves a negative impact. Addictions can be coping mechanisms that individuals turn to for survival, such as drugs, alcohol, work, or sex. Dr. John emphasizes that addictions are linked to childhood trauma and that addressing the underlying emotional issues is crucial for recovery. Keywords: attachment, trauma, addictions, coping mechanisms, childhood trauma, emotional issues, recovery Takeaways - Attachment is the ability to feel secure and okay, often formed through early experiences with caregivers. - Trauma is any experience that does not compute in the brain and leaves a negative impact. - Addictions can be coping mechanisms that individuals turn to for survival, such as drugs, alcohol, work, or sex. - Addictions are linked to childhood trauma, and addressing the underlying emotional issues is crucial for recovery. Sound Bites - "Attachment is a sense of security that I will be okay." - "Addictions are a relationship disorder or attachment." - "An addiction is formed by trying to get back to a euphoric state." Chapters00:00Introduction and Greeting 00:34Defining Attachment, Trauma, and Addictions 08:05The Formation of Addictions and the Role of Dopamine 09:49The Link Between Childhood Trauma and Addictions 13:08The Importance of Teaching Children Emotional Skills 15:35Conclusion and Ways to Connect with Dr. John Royalty Free Music from Tunetank.com Track: Surfing! by automaticbananas https://tunetank.com/track/5070-surfing!/
    18m 15s
  • EP #1391: How Microdosing Psilocybin Helps Ease Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD

    6 JUN. 2024 · Summary Reverend Dr. Leah Linder, co-founder of SETAS Seminary, discusses the use of psilocybin as a form of medicine for mental health. The seminary was formed to offer legal access to psilocybin through the Religious Freedom Act. Psilocybin has been found to have benefits for depression, anxiety, PTSD, diabetes, sleep disturbances, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, cognitive decline, and neurological disorders. Microdosing psilocybin involves taking sub-perceptual doses to create a state of neuroplasticity in the brain, allowing for the rewiring of neural patterns. The seminary offers different formulas for microdosing based on individual needs and also provides educational resources and community events. Dr. Leah Linder discusses the benefits of psilocybin and the role of Setas Seminary in providing access to psychedelic medicine. She shares how microdosing can improve mental health and enhance focus and creativity. Dr. Linder explains the process of becoming a member of the church and receiving sacrament, as well as the importance of integration and community support. She also addresses contraindications for psilocybin use and the potential for further research and mainstream acceptance of psychedelic-assisted therapies. LEARN MORE AT www.setasseminary.org  Keywords: psilocybin, mental health, microdosing, neuroplasticity, SETAS Seminary, religious freedom, depression, anxiety, PTSD, diabetes, sleep disturbances, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, cognitive decline, neurological disorders, psilocybin, Setas Seminary, microdosing, mental health, sacrament, integration, community support, contraindications, research, mainstream acceptance Takeaways - SETAS Seminary was formed to offer legal access to psilocybin as a form of medicine for mental health through the Religious Freedom Act. - Psilocybin has been found to have benefits for depression, anxiety, PTSD, diabetes, sleep disturbances, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, cognitive decline, and neurological disorders. - Microdosing psilocybin involves taking sub-perceptual doses to create a state of neuroplasticity in the brain and rewire neural patterns. - SETAS Seminary offers different formulas for microdosing based on individual needs and provides educational resources and community events. Psilocybin can have profound effects on mental health and spirituality, leading to transformative experiences. - Setas Seminary provides access to psilocybin through a church membership model, offering sacrament and community support. - Integration is a crucial part of the healing process, and Setas Seminary offers resources and support for members. - There are contraindications for psilocybin use, particularly for individuals on lithium therapy or with bipolar disorder. - Further research and mainstream acceptance of psychedelic-assisted therapies are needed to fully understand their potential benefits. Sound Bites - "SETAS seminary came to be because we wanted to be able to offer psilocybin as a form of medicine for patients." - "Psilocybin has benefits for depression, anxiety, PTSD, diabetes, sleep disturbances, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, cognitive decline, and neurological disorders." - "Microdosing psilocybin involves taking sub-perceptual doses to create neuroplasticity and rewire neural patterns." - "It was the most profound spiritual experience she's ever had in her life." - "This is truly root cause medicine and I'm so, so passionate about it." - "Come on out to Reno. We'll pick you up from the airport." Chapters00:00Introduction to SETAS Seminary 02:42Forming SETAS Seminary through the Religious Freedom Act 06:00Microdosing Protocol and Duration 08:19Effects of Microdosing Psilocybin 10:41Joining SETAS Seminary and Community Offerings 13:53Expanding SETAS Seminary Beyond Reno 20:48The Profound Spiritual Experience of Psilocybin 21:38Setas Seminary: Root Cause Medicine 22:11Personalized Experiences at Setas Seminary 23:25Navigating Challenging Experiences 24:10Integration: Key to Lasting Change 25:52Accessing Psilocybin Anywhere in the US 26:19Psilocybin's Breakthrough Therapy Designation 27:43Government Support for Psychedelic Medicine 28:22The Potential for a Kinder and More Loving Planet 32:59Quality Control and Manufacturing at Setas Seminary 33:53Perceptible Shifts and Individual Experiences 36:22Healing Trauma and Evolving Humankind 37:37Setas Seminary: Medicinal Mushroom Church
    39m 12s
  • EP #1390: Cooking with Kayla: How to Make a One-Pan Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Sweet Potato Skillet

    5 JUN. 2024 · Summary In this conversation, Lisa and Kayla discuss the challenges of pronouncing names correctly and share their own experiences. They also talk about a one-pan sweet potato skillet recipe and recommend watching a documentary about Ashley Madison. Kayla provides step-by-step instructions for making the skillet dish. Keywords: name pronunciation, sweet potato skillet, Ashley Madison documentary, cooking Takeaways - The importance of pronouncing names correctly and the impact it can have on individuals - A simple and delicious recipe for a one-pan sweet potato skillet - The availability of pre-cooked meats for easy meal preparation - Recommendation to watch a documentary about Ashley Madison Sound Bites - "So many people pronounce it wrong." - "Why didn't anyone stop her is my question." - "This week we are making this easy one pan sweet potato skillet." Chapters00:00The Challenges of Pronouncing Names 03:08One-Pan Sweet Potato Skillet Recipe 06:07Pre-Cooked Meats for Easy Meal Preparation 09:02Documentary Recommendation: Ashley Madison Royalty Free Music from Tunetank.com Track: Surfing! by automaticbananas https://tunetank.com/track/5070-surfing!/
    12m 42s
  • EP #1389: How Gentle Walking After Meals Can Ease Bloating, Gas, and Improve Digestion

    4 JUN. 2024 · Lisa is joined by Dr. David Clarke who is a really fitting expert on the topic of - ‘fart walking.’  It’s a trending topic, even viral. It’s even known to https://www.tiktok.com/@iamglytja/video/7347444178193861931#:~:text=But%20the%20main%20reason%20that,of%20developing%20type%202%20diabetes..  While Dr. Clarke's primary focus is on Psychophysiologic Disorders (PPD), and he's president of the psychophysiologic Disorders Association - he's also board-certified in gastroenterology, making him a stellar resource on a the trending topic known as 'fart walking.' Believe it or not - it's a thing. Hhttps://www.health.com/fitness/workout-fart, https://www.self.com/story/fart-walk-for-bloating & others are reporting on it, and it's quite viral on https://www.tiktok.com/@thestomachdoc/video/7348479409676127534 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YliF2y4YqB4. Amazon is https://www.amazon.com/Walking-Fart-Funny-design-T-Shirt/dp/B07T26V1Z6 about 'fart walking, and' 2024 is even being dubbed the year of ‘fart walking,’ according to https://ca.style.yahoo.com/quick-fart-walk-might-just-193458041.html. Here are Dr. Clarke's points on the matter (it’s a bit long-winded. Pun intended) -  What are the main benefits to walking after dinner?Mild to moderate exercise, such as walking, has a beneficial effect on gastrointestinal muscle contractions by accelerating stomach emptying, improving transit through the intestinal tract, and promoting the clearance of gas and waste through the digestive system. This can help alleviate issues like bloating, and constipation. 2. How does a walk help with gas/bloating? Can you be specific about the mechanism? The walking promotes muscle contractions in the stomach and intestines that can lead to belching and farting, both of which reduce gas in the GI tract and thereby reduce the bloated feeling. 3. Does an after-dinner walk really reduce your risk of diabetes? How? Walking after a meal facilitates removal of blood sugar by the muscles and thereby reduces the need for insulin secretion by the pancreas. Walking also helps avoid weight gain by burning calories. Theoretically this should reduce the risk for future development of diabetes, but a formal study of this potential benefit has not yet been done. 4. How does it impact heartburn? Walking increases muscle contraction by the stomach which facilitates emptying of the stomach. More rapid emptying will decrease the time that acid is present in the stomach, which will reduce the time that acid has the potential to travel (reflux) into the esophagus (the muscular tube between throat and stomach) and cause heartburn. However, some people with poor tone in the sphincter muscle at the junction of the esophagus and stomach might experience more acid reflux when stomach contractions are stimulated by walking. 5. What's the optimal way to do a fart walk? Can you provide specifics on how long to walk for, how long after eating, and how intense of a walk it should be? Aim for at least 4-5 minutes of light to moderate walking within 60-90 minutes of finishing a major meal. For more sustained benefits for your GI tract and the rest of your body, incorporate 30-60 minutes of moderate-paced walking on most days of the week. Avoid prolonged exercise sessions beyond 1 hour or intense exercise, as this may start to negatively impact GI function. The key is to find the right balance.
    22m
  • EP #1388: How Understanding Both the Benefits and Hidden Dangers of Fungi Can Improve and Safeguard Your Health

    3 JUN. 2024 · Summary Dr. Arturo Casadevall discusses the fascinating world of fungi and its dual nature of being both beneficial and potentially harmful. He shares his personal journey and passion for studying fungal diseases, particularly in the context of the AIDS epidemic. The conversation explores the importance of understanding fungal diseases and the need for better drugs and vaccines. Dr. Casadevall also highlights the potential of fungi in various applications, such as biomaterials and medicine. The discussion touches on the largest organism on Earth, the interconnectedness of fungi in the ecosystem, and the intriguing concept of zombie ants.  Keywords: fungi, fungal diseases, AIDS epidemic, drugs, vaccines, biomaterials, largest organism, interconnectedness, zombie ants Takeaways - Fungi play a vital role in shaping and sustaining the ecosystem, but they can also be harmful and cause diseases. - Fungal diseases are often overlooked and underreported, but they pose a significant threat, especially to immunocompromised individuals. - Understanding and studying fungi can lead to the development of better drugs, vaccines, and biomaterials. - Fungi have diverse applications, from food and medicine to eco-friendly packaging alternatives. - The interconnectedness of fungi in the ecosystem and their ability to communicate underground is a fascinating area of research. - While the idea of fungal epidemics causing zombie-like behavior in humans is improbable, it highlights the need for awareness and preparedness. Chapters00:00Introduction and Background  03:00The Dual Nature of Fungi 07:37The Underreported Threat of Fungal Diseases 13:09Separating Fungal Fiction from Reality 15:49Exploring the Potential of Fungi 22:10The Enormous Organism and Its Impact 25:22Conclusion and Call for Knowledge  Royalty Free Music from Tunetank.com Track: Surfing! by automaticbananas https://tunetank.com/track/5070-surfing!/
    26m 22s

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Unleash Your Health Power: Heal, Laugh, Thrive


Ready to ditch the fad diets and gym selfies for a deeper approach to wellness? HEALTH POWER is your passport to vibrant living. 

Join veteran health journalist Lisa Davis, with 25 years of wisdom and a sprinkle of humor, as she peels back the layers of what it truly means to thrive. 

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  • Movement that Moves You: Discover ways to move your body that spark joy and laughter.
  • Fueling Your Fire: We've got delicious recipes for every palate, whether you're paleo, vegan, gluten-free, or just love good food. 
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