Archive for June 2012

Host, Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND,, interviews Dr. Steven Lamm. Dr. Lamm is a practicing internist and faculty member at New York University School of Medicine. Known by millions from his appearances on ABC’s The View, Dr. Lamm regularly offers his analyses and commentary on a wide variety of health and medical related topics on television and radio, including: The Oprah Winfrey Show, Today, Nightline, Dateline, Fox News, and BBC. He has written, with Gerald Secor Couzens, several books, including The Virility Solution, Younger at Last, The Hardness Factor, and the best seller Thinner at Last. A graduate of ColumbiaUniversity and New York University School of Medicine, Lamm is the recipient of numerous honors, including American Bariatric Society Recognition Award, Alpha Omega Alpha Award, New York Founders Day Award. Dr. Lamm is active in clinical research and is a panel physician for the New York State Athletic Commission. Passionate about digestive health, Dr. Lamm combines his  education and experience with down to earth solutions for digestive health. His latest book is No Guts, No Glory.  Contact:

Host, Ellen Kamhi, PhD RN,, interviews Sara Chana. Sara is an International board-certified lactation consultant, birthing instructor, classical homeopath and Registered Herbalist. Sara Chana guides women from adolescence, through pregnancy and childbirth on to menopause. Chana is a mother of 7 and was introduced to homeopathy as a result of her 2nd son’s severe eczema, reflux and asthma. As she went from specialist to specialist seeking a cure, each one told her that her son would need to be on medication for the rest of his life, Sara decided to look into alternative medicine. By educating herself and using homeopathic remedies, she was able to cure her son and now specializes in helping moms all over the country with natural remedies for their children. In addition to receiving newborn and post-partum training at the Saint-VincentHospital in New York. Sara is  a member of the American Herbalist Guild, and completed  over 500 clinical hours on homeopathic medicine with Maya School of Homeopathy. Over the years, Chana has strengthened women by educating them on how to treat and heal their children naturally. Contact:

Host, Dr. Eugene Zampieron,, interviews  Will Johnson."Will Johnson, the author of several books, including Breathing Through the Whole Body, The Posture of Meditation, Yoga of the Mahamudra, The Sailfish and the Sacred Mountain, and the award-winning The Spiritual Practices of Rumi, is the founder and director of The Institute for Embodiment Training in British Columbia, Canada. He received his B.A., magna cum laude, in Art and Archaeology from PrincetonUniversity in 1968. After working for several years as an art critic in New York, he moved to the west coast of North Americawhere, in 1972 he became a Buddhist practitioner and, in 1976, was trained as a Rolfer. Embodiment Training is a path of awakening that views the body as the doorway, not the obstacle, to personal growth and spiritual transformation. Through combining the orientation of western somatic therapy with eastern meditational practices, the multiple practices of Embodiment Training lead you to the discovery of your natural, embodied state that, like the Dzogchen rigpaor the Buddhist sunyata, has been described as "like coming home at last." His website is

Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN,, interviews Dr. Holly Lucille, ND, RN.

Dr Holly Lucille is a nationally recognized and licensed naturopathic doctor, an educator and a natural products consultant. She is the author of Creating and Maintaining Balance: A Women’s Guide to Safe, Natural, Hormone Health and serves on the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians Board of Directors. An acclaimed expert in the field of naturopathic medicine, Dr. Holly lectures nationally, and is regularly quoted as an expert in both consumer and peer journals. In 2007 Dr. Holly was listed in Time Magazine’s “Top 100 Most Influential People.”  On today’s show Dr Lucille will discuss the complex relationship between endocrine glands, with a focus on the thyroid and adrenals. She compares the endocrine glands to teenagers on smart phones, constantly texting one another with the latest updates. The adrenal and thyroid glands are particularly communicative with one another. Symptoms of dysfunction can be very similar—lethargy, brain fog, weight gain—and problems with one gland can worsen the function of the other. We'll discuss the natural solutions! Contact:

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