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Green Living: organic food, green homes, environmental protection, green health, cutting-edge research -- just some of the exciting topics Diane explores. Diane is an Integrative Intuitive Counselor, Author, and Speaker. Her new book, "Intuition for Beginners" will be published April 2013 and she's the author of "Invisible Blueprints" and contributing author to "The Long Way Around" and "Speaking Out." Born and raised in New Orleans, Diane has an A. B. in French from Duke University and did ...
 
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All good things come to an end. This show has been on the air in various venues and incarnations for 5 ½ years, and this episode will be the last broadcast of the show. What have I covered, and what have we learned? On this show, I will try to summarize some of the groundbreaking and important information that has been conveyed. Are things fine ...…
 
“Everything old is new again.” In our pursuit of ways to optimize and improve our health, there may be ways to do that that we have overlooked. Interestingly, some people are rediscovering things that have been around for centuries. One in particular, fermentation, is undergoing new scrutiny and being revived. What is it? What are its health be ...…
 
The realization has slowly been dawning on increasing numbers in the past few years that we’re living in a soup of toxic chemicals. Toxic chemicals are sadly omnipresent in our modern world – in our water, air, food, clothing, carpeting, furniture, the soil, etc. Report after report comes out these days on new health impacts of these toxicants. ...…
 
This is the time of the year when we find ourselves spending more time outdoors and looking for ways to landscape and plant. At a time when we’re greening many aspects of our lives, we don’t want to overlook landscaping in a more ecological fashion. So what are some of the ways in which we can do this? Diane Brandon, your Host and author ofIntu ...…
 
There’s an area in which our health may be affected and yet we find very little news coverage of it. It surrounds us and is truly everywhere these days. What is this potential health threat and what steps could you take to protect your health? Diane Brandon, your Host and author of Intuition for Beginners,http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/ ...…
 
We’ve heard for some time that we need to do intermittent cleanses in order to detoxify our body and organs for optimal health. In fact, there are many products on the market made specifically for this purpose. So do you really need to cleanse? And, if so, what are the best ways to do that? Diane Brandon, your Hostn and author of Intuition for ...…
 
We’ll have two topics to learn about this week. First, as you may know, many men contract prostate cancer and suffer impaired function as a result. Are there any new tests or treatments that could be helpful? Diane Brandon, your host and author of Intuition for Beginners, is joined this week by Dr. Jay S. Cohen, Adjunct Associate Professor of F ...…
 
Though some may deny it, as humans we have tended to feel that we are the supreme beings on earth and the only ones who are intelligent and aware. Is that really true? And, if other animals were also sentient and had abilities we don’t have, what would that imply? Diane Brandon, your host and author ofIntuition for Beginners, is joined this wee ...…
 
We all want to have good health and feel vibrantly alive. In our quest for good health, we often take supplements and try to eat as nutritiously as possible. Is there a better way, however, to get the nutrients we need without resorting to supplements? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Guido Masé, a Clinical Herbalist, Herbal Educator, Co-Fo ...…
 
We’re seeing a resurgence of interest in growing your own food, a healthy trend which allows for fresher food with more flavor. When people grow some of their own produce, they may turn to commercially available seeds or seedlings. However, do those seeds yield the healthiest – and even more disease-resistant – food? Is there a place for older ...…
 
Increasing numbers of us are trying to buy organic food as much as possible, feeling that by doing so we’re avoiding pesticides, GMOs, and toxic chemicals. However, could there be other things in organic food that may not be good for us? What else do we need to know about organic foods these days to safeguard our health? Diane Brandon, your Hos ...…
 
Due to concerns about health and agricultural chemicals, increasing numbers of people are gardening and growing some of their own vegetables and fruit. If you’ve ever grown any tomatoes, cucumbers, or squash, you know that you can be fortunate enough to get bumper harvests. What do you do with all that produce? You can give some away, but what ...…
 
Modern medicine has enabled increasing numbers of stroke victims and those who have sustained a traumatic brain injury to live longer lives. Sadly, many of these people live restricted lives due to the debilitating nature of the aftereffects. Is there any new hope for stroke victims and others who have sustained brain injuries? Diane Brandon, y ...…
 
of food are grown via technical methods and agriculture. At the same time, we have large expanses of desert in some areas. What could these two have in common? Could one thing be the solution to both? And could desert be changed into green areas? Diane Brandon, your Host and Author of Intuition for Beginners, is joined this week by Larry Korn, ...…
 
As we’ve been learning more and more about commercial agriculture and chemicals, not to mention Genetically Modified Foods and seeds, increasing numbers of people are opting to be growing some of their own vegetables. Homegrown produce is not only more flavorful, but can also be more nutritious and healthful if grown organically or naturally. A ...…
 
Most of us want a healthy environment and feel moved to take steps to protect it. The same could said about wildlife. However, are there things we’re doing that have the opposite effect? And could this be such a sensitive topic that it goes largely ignored and undiscussed? What is it and what could be done? Diane Brandon is joined this week by ...…
 
Everyone knows that we’re living in a time of huge changes. However, many are uncertain as to what they are and what they imply. Indeed, some people are fearful due to their sense of shifting sands. Is there an intrinsic shift in worldview going on? Are we moving from a more mechanistic to more organic worldview? And what are the implications o ...…
 
More and more information has been coming out on the negative effects of some of our agricultural and landscape practices. Some of this information comes as a huge surprise, because it reveals that what we’ve been recommended to do is actually injurious to soil, wildlife, and ecosystems. So how could we garden and landscape in a way that would ...…
 
We all want to optimize our health and avoid health problems. Our bodies are quite complex organisms, however, and we are still learning about them. There’s one area of the body that can help us with our health, but has been relatively overlooked. What is it – and could you do anything to optimize its condition? Diane Brandon is joined this wee ...…
 
Tools can simplify our lives and many of us have been looking for greener ones – those that may save on energy or be better for the environment or have less toxic ingredients. Sometimes new products may come out and go on the market without our knowing that they exist. So what new products and eco-inventions are out there these days? Diane Bran ...…
 
We have increasingly become reliant upon pills and drugs in our culture over the past few decades. If we’re not feeling well, we turn to pills and may expect our doctor to write us a prescription – or several prescriptions. What many people don’t realize is that most drugs will have side effects and potentially skew other systems in your body. ...…
 
A somewhat silent and invisible trend has been occurring over the past few decades. Male sperm count has decreased worldwide. Incidences of thyroid disorders have been on the rise. Frogs have experienced mutations, while fish sometimes increasingly show characteristics of both genders. The list of hormonal problems and symptoms that we’ve seen ...…
 
We all get those nagging problems from time to time, whether it’s a sore throat, dry eyes, sinus problems, etc. Usually when we go to the doctor for medical help with problems like these, the doctor writes a prescription for a drug. What if there were some more natural treatments and approaches? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Robert Taylo ...…
 
There’s an area in which our health may be affected and yet we find very little news coverage of it. It surrounds us and is truly everywhere these days. What is this potential health threat and what steps could you take to protect your health? Diane Brandon is joined this week by William Rea, M. D., Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon and Found ...…
 
We live in an era of agribusiness in which large amounts of food are grown via technical methods and agriculture. At the same time, we have large expanses of desert in some areas. What could these two have in common? Could one thing be the solution to both? And could desert be changed into green areas? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Larry ...…
 
Your home is your castle, your refuge and place of rest. Many of us work hard at beautifying our homes, but may overlook other factors that may need attending to. The truth is that our homes at times may be harboring harmful substances. What are they – and what could you do about them? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Dr. Craig Whittaker, P ...…
 
For many years, we’ve been told that our biology is our destiny, that our genes rule supreme and determine our health and fate. This has led many people to conclude that there’s not much they can do to prevent inherited diseases. However, is this true? Is our health forever and irrevocably prewritten in our genes? Does lifestyle – or even other ...…
 
Increasing numbers of people, according to surveys conducted, have been turning to alternative and more natural methods of healing. However, we don’t expect to see many M. D.s turning their backs on allopathic medicine. The ones who have done this and turned to more natural healing modes have been pioneers and have discovered healing techniques ...…
 
As humans, we love advancements in science and technology and often can’t wait to use them and apply them in as many areas of our lives as possible. Nanotechnology is a prime example. In the past several years, it would appear that nanotechnology is everywhere and nanoparticles are increasingly appearing as ingredients in products we use and ev ...…
 
We’ve learned so much about the need to green our lives that many people are turning to organic food, less toxic products, and other ways to green their lives. However, many people feel stymied in trying to go green because they feel that green choices, such as organic food, are more expensive and thus out of reach. Is that true? Or could there ...…
 
We know that habitat is unfortunately being lost, along with several animal species, but many of us don’t realize how much we’ve lost in the past century in the way of plants and even foods. So what should it matter if we’ve lost some plants and foods? Should that matter – and could that have any effect on us? Diane Brandon is joined this week ...…
 
We’re fortunate to be living in a time when brain scanning technology has been teaching us more and more about our brains. One wonderful by-product of this increasing body of knowledge is a new technology that can be used for healing and improving a range of conditions, including Autism, Anxiety, Brain Injury, Stroke, PTSD, and others. What is ...…
 
Sadly, we have heard over the years of increasing numbers of wildlife species which are endangered. Indeed, some have unfortunately become extinct. What is causing the decreases in wildlife? Are we making any progress in preserving them? And what could you do? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Dr. Marc Bekoff, Professor Emeritus of Ecology a ...…
 
Fresh produce, grown organically, is so good for you. Because of this, increasing numbers of people are growing some of their own vegetables. But what about fruit? Could you grow some of your own fruit organically (or “biologically”)? How difficult would it be and what are some of the ins and outs? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Michael P ...…
 
With all the news coming out about environmental impacts and problems, many industries have been rethinking the ways in which they are doing things. The construction industry is also slowly doing this. New homes continue to be built and, as it turns out, there are many ways in which houses can be built more sustainably and naturally. Could you ...…
 
We know that renewable energy is not only cleaner, but also more sustainable. In addition, there are projections that the world may only have enough oil – and certainly affordable oil – to meet global demands for less than ten years. Given these realities, where do we now stand on renewable energy? Are we making progress – substantial progress ...…
 
The realization has slowly been dawning on increasing numbers in the past few years that we’re living in a soup of toxic chemicals. Toxic chemicals are sadly omnipresent in our modern world – in our water, air, food, clothing, carpeting, furniture, the soil, etc. Report after report comes out these days on new health impacts of these toxicants. ...…
 
We’re seeing a resurgence of interest in growing your own food, a healthy trend which allows for fresher food with more flavor. When people grow some of their own produce, they may turn to commercially available seeds or seedlings. However, do those seeds yield the healthiest – and even more disease-resistant – food? Is there a place for older ...…
 
None of us wants to receive a diagnosis of a life-threatening disease. If it’s cancer, we know we have a long road ahead of us that could result in death or impaired vitality. However, what if there were ways to deal with cancer that were more natural and also effective? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Catherine J. Frompovich, , a health c ...…
 
There are different ways to diagnose health conditions, from blood work to palpation to ultrasound, etc. But what about your voice? Could your voice be used to diagnose different health conditions in your body and in your mind and emotions? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Sharry Edwards, Founder of Sound Health and a Researcher into Human ...…
 
Good health, as we all know, is to be valued. Unfortunately, many people are not so fortunate, contracting major and life-threatening diseases for which there is little hope – or treatment. Scientists keep looking for cures, and doctors offer difficult, expensive, and often painful treatments, but little permanent hope. What if there were inexp ...…
 
More and more people are discovering the joy of growing their own vegetables and the incomparable taste of home-grown produce. If you’ve been gardening and growing some of your own produce, you know how rewarding it can be. You also know how dismaying it can be to come to the end of your growing season and no longer be able to harvest and eat t ...…
 
For many years, we’ve been told that our biology is our destiny, that our genes rule supreme and determine our health and fate. This has led many people to conclude that there’s not much they can do to prevent inherited diseases. However, is this true? Is our health forever and irrevocably prewritten in our genes? Does lifestyle – or even other ...…
 
We’ve heard for years about proper nutrition – which foods are good for us to eat and which ones aren’t. For those of us wanting to optimize our health, following recommendations for nutrition is a must. There’s an exciting new field called Nutrigenomics, which has strong implications for how food affects us. What is Nutrigenomics, and what can ...…
 
There’s no doubt about it: change is all around us. What sorts of changes are coming? Some people have tried to peer into the future, but there’s no consensus on what we might see. Given this haziness, how could you prepare? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Theresa Waltermeyer, Founder of World to Come Network. Ms. Waltermeyer has also felt ...…
 
Your home is your castle, your refuge and place of rest. Many of us work hard at beautifying our homes, but may overlook other factors that may need attending to. The truth is that our homes at times may be harboring harmful substances. What are they – and what could you do about them? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Dr. Craig Whittaker, P ...…
 
My apologies! Technical issues with Blog Talk Radio resulted in loss of telephone/broadcast lines. You'll hear a short, truncated version of this episode, which will be rescheduled for a later time. With all the news coming out about environmental impacts and problems, many industries have been rethinking the ways in which they are doing things ...…
 
We love to acquire new things, whether new gadgets, appliances, or other stuff. Even with the increasing availability of recycling programs, all our stuff gets translated into trash and garbage. The issue of running out of landfill space has been publicized for years. However, could there be other downsides to the amount of refuse that we produ ...…
 
Many of us love nature and plants, leading us to enjoy being in nature and cultivating plants. However, living plants bring us other benefits as well. There’s a recent trend that allows us to capitalize even more on being close to nature and garnering some of the benefits. What is this trend and what do you need to know about it? Diane Brandon ...…
 
Increasing numbers of us are trying to buy organic food as much as possible, feeling that by doing so we’re avoiding pesticides, GMOs, and toxic chemicals. However, could there be other things in organic food that may not be good for us? What else do we need to know about organic foods these days to safeguard our health? Diane Brandon is joined ...…
 
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