to past podcasts:
18 October 2014—Jennifer Matesa, The Recovering Body
Journalist and University professor Jennifer Matesa shares with host, Mimi Stoneburner her struggles with overcoming addictions, especially to pain killers. In her journey to become clean and sober, she discovered the missing link that was the key to successful recovery.
Jennifer offers practical advice to our listeners on what addiction does to our bodies and the steps needed for repair. Check out Jennifer’s award winning blog.
11 October 2014—Dr. Christine Horner—Waking the Warrior Goddess
Large amounts of money is raised to find a cure for breast cancer. However very little emphasis is done for prevention other than breast self exams and mammograms.
Dr. Christine Horner joins host Mimi Stoneburner to talk about what women can do today, right now to prevent breast cancer. Her advice is based on scientific evidence, from a physician and plastic surgeon who lost her mother to breast cancer.
04 October 2014—Greg O’Brien—On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer’s
Imagine you’re an award winning journalist, investigative reporter and you are diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s. This is a disease where there is no cure.
Greg O’Brien and Dr. Molly Perdue talk with Mimi Stoneburner about his journey and the frustrations along the way. Most importantly, he gives incite on what families, friends and caregivers cam do to better understand this frustrating disease. Greg does this with humor and leaves our listeners with some great tips in working with people who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
27 September 2014 Dr. Denee Jordan—I’m Already Well— 2015
What would happen if you could value yourself, just like the way you are right now. No excuses. How would you feel? When you do this, this frees you to feel the joy and success you deserve.
Dr. Denee Jordan should know. As a professional ballerina, she was either too fat, too short, too tall, or wrong build for the part. She suffered self esteem issues, anorexia and self doubt. Listen to her wonderful advice as she asked the question, “what if I said you were already well”? Her techniques have been honed in her practice and explains to host Mimi Stoneburner, this is a very interesting twist to find happiness.
13 September 2014—Dr. Andrew Saul— The Orthomolecular Treatment of Chronic Disease: 65 Experts on Therapeutic and Preventive Nutrition
Dr. Andrew Saul joins host Mimi Stoneburner to take a look at which illnesses best respond to nutritional therapy, how and why the therapy works and the research behind it. This book looks like a college text book but in reality, very easy to read and find what topics are most interested in.
When you take a look at past history, you’ll find Claus Jungeblut, M.D., prevented and treated polio in the mid-1930s, using a vitamin. Chest specialist Frederick Klenner, M.D., was curing multiple sclerosis and polio back in the 1940s, also using vitamins. William Kaufman, M.D., cured arthritis, also in the 1940s. So why won’t it work now? Good question. Enjoy the podcast.
30 August 2014—Fit from the Start: How to Prevent Childhood Obesity in Infancy—Dr. Barbara Moore
Did you know nearly 2 out of 3 children who are obese by kindergarten will remain obese as teens and continues as adults. Dr. Barbara Moore joins host Mimi Stoneburner to offer the latest research can spare a child a lifetime of struggle with weight.
We talk about how to get a picky eater to eat, complete with easy recipes and menu planning.
23 August 2014—Aimee Raupp—Yes, You Can Get Pregnant: Natural ways to improve your fertility now into your 40’s
Aimee Raupp is a nationally recognized expert on woman’s health and fertility. She runs a highly successful clinic in N.Y. City. Her success rate is amazing and most of her patients are over 40. Aimee talks about her techniques and how women naturally can improve their chances of conceiving and overcoming infertility. She tells host Mimi Stoneburner, yes there’s hope for career minded women to have a family in their 40’s.
16 August 2014— Surviving and Thriving in Stepfamily Relationships: What Works and What Doesn't—Dr. Patricia Papernow
Blended families are becoming more and more common. Dr. Papernow has been refining and teaching her techniques in the development of stepfamilies as a professor and practicing psychologist. She is now in her fourth decade of discovery and shares with host Mimi Stoneburner the techniques she’s developed over the years.
You will really enjoy the wonderful charts Dr. Papernow developed with her engineer husband on how to keep members of the blended families straight. This show has some very helpful tips on what works and what doesn’t when families are blended.
August 2014 —I’mpossible— My Personal Journey of Living with
Ulcerative Colitis—Heather Jacobs
Anyone who is faced with living with a chronic disease, this interview is most inspiring. Imagine starting a new high school and you don’t know anyone. You suffer from a chronic illness called ulcerative colitis where your life is centered around the next bathroom. How do you work out? What about dating? How do you go out with friends for pizza when you are on a gluten free diet? Is it possible to cheat?
Heather Jacobs joins host Mimi Stoneburner to talk about how she handled the embarrassing tests, the medications, and how she learned how to blend alternative and traditional medicine to heal her unruly colon. This interview was done as Heather prepared to go to college.
26 July 2014—Less Pain, Fewer Pills: Avoid the Dangers of Prescription Opioids and Gain Control Over Chronic Pain.
Dr. Beth Darnall
Chronic pain is a all too common medical problem. In the past few decades there has been an alarming trend of prescribing prescription opioids to treat chronic pain. But as Dr. Darnell tells host Mimi Stoneburner, these opioids come with hidden costs, leaving patients addicted and often cut off by their doctor as addicts.
Dr. Beth Darnall outlines her protocol she uses at the Stanford Pain Center. She talks about how to reduce pain, gain control and relax while using the CD included in her book.
19 July 2014 —The Family Food Allergy Book: A Life Plan You and Your Family Can Live With— Mireille Schwartz
Do you have a family member that is seriously allergic to one of the 8 primary food allergies? Milk, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish? How do you eat out? How do you handle snacks at school, parties or visiting family?
Mireille Schwartz is an expert on how to handle food allergies. Mireille grew up with life threatening food allergies. She shares with host Mimi Stoneburner her food allergy plan and how to become pro-active with the schools, even educating the staff on what to do. Her check off list is invaluable. The show is inspiring and very helpful for anyone who has to deal with food allergies. The book comes with wonderful recipes.
12 July 2014—Highs, Lows, and Plateaus: A Path to Recovery from Stroke - Dr. Anne Burleigh Jacobs
This show is packed with the latest information on stroke recovery. The protocol for stroke recovery is changing now that we know the brain can re-grow new pathways. It’s known as neuroplasticity.
Dr. Jacobs talks with host Mimi Stoneburner about the path of recovery from the initial injury, the mechanics of recovery and the exciting future of rehabilitation. The takeaway message from this show is don’t give up.
5 July 2014 —The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution: The Essential Guide to Overcoming Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia, Made Easy!
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum is the leading expert on chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. He joins host Mimi Stoneburner to talk about the latest advances in treating chronic fatigue, a problem he struggled with in medical school.
Dr. Teitelbaum explains his simple-to-apply SHINE Protocol, addressing Sleep, Hormonal support, Infections, Nutritional support and Exercise. This show is very inspiring and brings hope to those who suffer from chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia.
28 June 2014—Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?
Chronic inflammation has been shown to be the root cause of many illnesses such as cancer heart disease and strokes. Could we be standing on the solution for chronic inflammation and it’s free?
Martin Zucker joins Mimi Stoneburner to talk about the concept of earthing. Research has shown that if we expose our bare feet to moist soil, our bodies become grounded and natural healing begins. Think about this. It’s only recently in history have be talked about the inflammation process. Martin will share how to ground in an environment where people live in high rises, wear shoes all the time and can’t or won’t go barefooted.
Have you ever thought about how those innocent looking bottles of over the counter pain killers could be damaging your liver? What about the antibiotics you have left, are they okay especially since the expiration date is still good? Is there a better way to handle hot flashes and mood swings without taking hormones from horse urine?
Pharmacist Dr. David Foreman is known as the Herbal Pharmacist joins host, Mimi Stoneburner. Dr. Foreman shared with our listeners some of the safer alternatives for common over-the-counter medications and prescriptions. This show is very eye opening as to what some of the most common medications are doing to our bodies. What about Tylenol, Botox injections or the purple pill? Safe?
14 June 2014— Alzheimer's Disease: What If There Was a Cure?
Mary Newport, M.D.
What would you do if your spouse was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease? Dr. Mary Newport drew on skills as a physician and newborn specialist. Dr. Newport found what helps tiny newborns, could help her husband.
Dr. Newport joins host Mimi Stoneburner and explains how she changed her husbands diet by adding coconut oil and other vital fats. She steps us through on how it works, his progress and how to empower caregivers. Dr. Newport firmly believes these fats may help in preventing or delaying this disease with no cure.
31 May 2014 —The Hot Guide to a Cool Sexy Menopause—Barb Dehn
This really cool nurse practitioner has made it her quest to help women get through menopause. She says this is no longer your grandmothers’ generation. Menopause isn’t the end, nor is it something to be endured like a root canal!
She shares with host Mimi Stoneburner lots of great tips, true life stories and has a very extensive blog where our listeners can keep in touch. Can you really have a cool and sexy menopause? Check the show out!
24 May 2014 —Spartan Up!: A Take-No-Prisoners Guide to Overcoming Obstacles and Achieving Peak Performance in Life—Joe De Sena
Do you feel like your life has fallen into a rut? So how do you get out of your comfort zone? Joe De Sena joins host, Mimi Stoneburner for a very inspirational show. Joe started the Spartan Races which are now held around the world. The young and old have embraced his work. Can you do a burpie? How many?
Joe grew up in NYC and started his career cleaning pools for Italian families. He later found out they were linked to the mafia. He shares his obstacles and the ups and downs of owning a business. Very inspiring show and you’ll want to get up and start moving!
26 April 2014— The Sleep Lady’s Good Night, Sleep Tight—Kim West
Are you having trouble putting your precious baby to sleep but you don’t want them to cry it out and wake up the family? Kim West joins host Mimi Stoneburner to talk about useful routines which has tired, cranky parents say AHHHHHH. She also shares how to read your babies cry. Could grandma do that?
This show is really helpful for new parents, caregivers and makes for a great baby shower gift.
12 April 2014—Dr. Christine Horner—Waking the warrior Goddess
Dr. Horner returns to give host Mimi Stoneburner’s listeners new updates on the war against breast cancer. We’ll talk about mammograms and what women can personally do to prevent breast cancer. I ask her if it’s a good idea to have the breasts and ovaries removed if a woman carries the breast cancer gene.
It’s an empowering and interesting show from a doctor who lost her mother to breast cancer.
1 March 2014— The Virgin Diet Cookbook: 150 Easy and Delicious Recipes to Lose Weight and Feel Better fast.— JJ Virgin
You may have seen her on one of the PBS shows. She’s JJ Virgin, author of this great cookbook encompassing her Virgin Diet. JJ says you can drop 7 foods, lose 7 pounds in just 7 days. When you do so, the body heals and you reset your metabolism.
Host Mimi Stoneburner will talk with her about her meal plans and recipes. If you have been struggling to lose those pounds, JJ has some answers.
22 February 2014— The Antioxidant Inflammation Connection—
Martin Falappino D. O.
Porterville, California physician Dr. Martin Falappino has been invited to join Mimi Stoneburner to discuss his new book The Antioxidant Inflammation Connection. Dr. Falappino says the antioxidant-inflammation connection is the most important medical discovery of our life time. Chronic inflammation is the most devastating event that occurs to our body as we age. Internal excessive inflammation generally starts in our forties and it gets worse from there, causing all the aches and pains associated with aging.
Recent medical research shows that high dose antioxidants directly block this chronic inflammation. In just 2-8 weeks, 80% of patients have a significant reduction or complete elimination of ALL muscle and joint pain. This is an eye opening show.