This Week’s Guest

Thanks to guest Dena Christensen for some great information about her favorite decorative and medicinal herbs. If you want to talk to her about decorating with herbs, give her a call at 801-347-4930.  Here are the herbs we talked about:
Sage – good for the skin and anti-inflammatory
Cilantro (Coriander) – reduces cholesterol and blood sugar
Garlic – antibiotic properties, lowers cholesterol
Thyme – great for landscaping, antiseptic, menstrual problems (don’t take during pregnancy)
Hibiscus punch – yummy!
Peppermint – good for tummy aches and headaches, bug bites, throat and sinus problems
Bee balm – decongestant, indigestion
Cloves – good for toothaches or sore gums

This Week’s Guest

Ron Wayman

On Wednesday, September 22 my guest is Ron Wayman, a Neuro-Energy Kinesiologist and Empowerment Coach.. For over a decade Ron has dedicated his life to coaching individuals in achieving the desires of their hearts through empowerment and congruency of the heart, mind, body and soul. He facilitates an inner transformation by eliminating sabotages and limiting beliefs and reaching the heart of the emotional mind with the realignment of the body, heart and soul.

Ron founded Sensory Dynamics Institute and EmpowerLife.com.
Join us on Wednesday the 22nd to hear more!

This Week’s Guest

Hugo Rodier, MD

My guest on Wednesday, September 15 is Hugo Rodier, M.D., a board-certified family practitioner and Medical Director at the Pioneer Clinic  ̶- a leading integrative health center in Draper, Utah.  He brings a unique perspective to traditional medicine through extensive research, teaching, and active clinical practice. Dr. Rodier, a radio talk show host and author, is also a popular public speaker with presentations including: 
  • Nutrition and the Psycho-Neuro-Immune-Endocrine (PNIE) System
  • The Many Benefits of Antioxidants
  • Fighting Chronic Inflammation
  • Detoxification: Why it’s so Important
  • Gastrointestinal – Brain Connection 
  • Gastrointestinal – Immune Connection
  • Fatty Acids: The Omega 3s & Omega 6s
  • The Science of Glycobiology
  • Syndrome X: The Sweet Death
  • Facts about Cholesterol
  • Environmental Medicine
  • Energy medicine

Dr. Rodier is an expert at separating fact from fiction in integrative health. He also has a knack for telling memorable stories and using humor to engage his audiences. His latest book, Licking Sweet Death is about the influence of diet and lifestyle on our cellular communication, energy/information flow, and physical condition. Find out more at www.hugorodier.com

This Week’s Guest

My guest on Wednesday, September 8th with be Candace Kinser, RN. Candace, a former ICU nurse, entered hospice and geriatric care thirteen years ago. She is board certified in hospice and palliative care. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Utah with the Dean’s Award for the Outstanding Baccalaureate Student. Candy has completed the University of Utah’s Geriatric Nursing Leadership program. She was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing. Previously she attended Rose State College School of Nursing, in Midwest City, Oklahoma. She has served as a curriculum reviewer for the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association, and is listed in the “Core Curriculum for the Generalist Hospice and Palliative Nurse,” as well as the “Study Guide for the Generalist Hospice and Palliative Nurse.” She is listed in Cambridge Who’s Who Among Executive and Professional Women. Candy’s passion for hospice is evident in her recent series published by the Utah Nurses Association. Her popular lectures regarding end-of-life experiences are sought after by varied audiences, from small community and church groups, to larger groups at hospitals and universities. She has been a featured speaker for the Utah Nurse’s Association, the Utah Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, and the Utah Association of Healthcare Auxiliaries/Volunteers.

Candy and her husband, Bob reside in Utah along with their large family, including eleven grandsons and two granddaughters. She continues to serve in the community as a hospice nurse for Alpha Omega Home Health and Hospice, stating that her association with patients, families and other caregivers is a highlight in her life.

Listen in this Wednesday, September 8th at 2PM (1400 AM in Utah County or live online) as I talk with Candy about end-of-life and near-death experiences!