Irrefutable Evidence: Isolation Causes Disease

In this episode of “Irrefutable Evidence: Isolation Causes Disease,” host Roy Ice talks to Dr. Matthew Lederman and Dr. Alona Pulde about connection and its relationship to physical health. The renowned physicians from “Forks Over Knives” recently released a new book titled “Wellness to Wonderful”, which advocates for prioritizing connection with others and one’s authentic self. Drs Pulde and Lederman assert that connection is an essential component to optimizing physical health and reversing physical disease. Their groundbreaking health paradigm is built on the first pillar of SELF, which they assert is the foundational component of feeling fully alive and experiencing a state of joy.


4 Best Foods To Eat When You Have The Flu

If you’re coming down with the flu or caring for someone suffering from it, then you’ll know how uncomfortable the whole ordeal is. This post from the CDC explains that the flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by viruses and can lead to fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headaches, and a runny nose. Since patients…

Lifestyle #3204

Music and Healing with Jonathan Cilia Faro

Sometimes we face trauma in our lives that affects us in such a way that we’re changed forever. But today’s guest has used his own life trauma, to spread hope to tens of thousands of people, through his musical talents. Join us today, as we welcome professional musician and opera singer, Jonathan Cilia Faro.


5 Ways To Avoid This #1 Killer

The heart is one of the most important vital organs of the body. So why don’t people take better care of it?  Heart disease is the leading cause of death in United States. About 647,000 Americans die from heart disease each year. Since taking care of your heart is important, here are five easy things…


4 Easy Ways To Sneak More Fruit and Veggies Into Your Diet

According to science, by eating more fruits and vegetables, we reduce our risk of certain diseases such as cancer and extend longevity by years. By eating healthier foods, we reduce the consumption of junk foods, processed foods, and preservatives. And it’s so easy to plug into the power of fruit and vegetables! Here’s the good…


How Vegetarians Can Get Enough Protein

New vegetarians often worry if they’re getting enough protein. Most people associate protein with meat, dairy, and other animal products. Their knowledge of plant-based protein starts and ends with beans! While beans are a good source of plant-based protein, it’s totally possible to get enough protein as a vegetarian without eating beans. But, first, let’s…

Lifestyle #2912

Nutrient Rainbow

Pastors Phil and Jan White, who had health challenges share three steps to their lifestyle that made incredible changes in their health.  Our second guest, Nancy Montuori from Ordinary Vegan, certified in plant-based nutrition, shares her amazing journey on becoming a vegan after seeing the documentary Fork Over Knives.  Her passion is to teach people how to transform their life through plant-based nutrition.

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