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Bottom Line Advocator

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The Bottom Line Advocator was created for those who want to do more and be more in their lives. Each day, you either get better or worse—there’s no staying the same. The outcome depends on making informed decisions. The Bottom Line Advocator, hosted by Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner, elicits advice from today’s most successful and influential experts, sharing not just the "whats" but the "how tos" of implementing their knowledge into action-focused advice. The more you know, the better your decisions…and the better your life. Sarah has a unique ability to relate to her guests, who range from top doctors to real estate experts, and create conversations that deliver the perfect combination of quick, easy-to-digest information and entertainment. It's like sitting in on a living room chat with the amazing expert of the day. More than 40 years ago, Bottom Line was founded in the basement of business and marketing legend Martin Edelston with $5,000 and a dream to provide information accurately…concisely…and clearly written. Today, his daughter Sarah Hiner continues to carry out his mission as CEO and host of The Bottom Line Advocator. Are you looking to get more out of life? Looking for ways to improve your health, happiness and bank account? This podcast is for YOU.

Latest Episodes

Negativity can be “Cured” Using the Science of Mindfulness to Live Happy—with Dr. Shauna Shapiro

Did you know that humans are preprogrammed to be negative? It was a survival tool…but not necessary today. Good news: Our brains can be rewired for happiness one small message at a time. To explain why negativity is not a lifelong sentence, we brought in Dr. Shauna Shapiro, author of Good Morning, I Love You, a step-by-step guide to using the science of mindfulness to shut down the negativity bias that holds us back. Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is a professor, author and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness.Shaunahas published more than 100 journal articles and book chapters and coauthored two critically acclaimed texts. Her recent TEDx talk on mindfulness has had more than a million views. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Dr. Shapiro joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to provide a specific roadmap to help anyone rewire his/her brain for calm, clarity and joy. Other topics include… The evolution of negativity bias (3:10 – 6:10)Explaining nature vs. nurture (6:15 – 8:47)How does Shauna explain to her patients that life really can improve? (8:50 – 15:20)Shauna shares a story of how mindfulness changed a patient’s life (15:25 – 20:07)Shauna’s version of mindfulness explained (20:08 – 21:41)The importance of intention (21:42 – 25:46)How does one start to practice intention and mindfulness? (25:46 – 29:04)The importance of attention (29:20 – 37:20)How kindness and compassion relate to mindfulness (37:21 – 39:50)Shauna’s 7 practices that help shift negativity (39:51 – 52:37) To learn more about Dr. Shapiro, you can visit her website DrShaunaShapiro.com. Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

54 MIN1 w ago
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Negativity can be “Cured” Using the Science of Mindfulness to Live Happy—with Dr. Shauna Shapiro

Tackling the Complicated Relationship Between Food, Hormones and Disease – with Dr. Neal Barnard

If you’ve been dealing with fertility issues, menstrual issues or acne and skin problems…and the treatments haven’t worked…or if you have cancer in the family and are fearful about your risk, believe it or not, something as simple as changing your diet may make all the difference in the world.To further explain, we talked with Dr. Neal Barnard. Neal D. Barnard, MD, FACC, is aphysician, clinical researcher, author,adjunct associate professor of medicineat George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. He is one of the world’s leading expertson veganism and natural medicine, and he is a strong supporter of a vegan, dairy-free lifestyle. Dr. Barnard’s new book, Your Body in Balance, is available now wherever books are sold. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator podcast, we asked Dr. Barnard to dive into the complicated world of hormones—and more specifically, to explain how what we eat dramatically affects our hormones, helping to both cause and cure disease. Specific topics include… Dr. Barnard’s eye-opening story about one of his patients (2:15 – 8:15)The story of Anthony Sattilaro and how a vegan diet saved his life (8:15 – 13:53)Can dietary choices cure cancer? (13:55 – 17:40)Conditions that respond favorably to a plant-based diet (17:48 – 19:40)The relationship between sex hormones, fertility, menstrual cramps and food (19:40 – 25:48)The impact of dairy on hormones (25:48 – 32:30)How a plant-based diet improves erectile disfunction (32:30 – 34:30)Dr. Barnard on healthy fats vs. bad fats (34:10 – 36:44) Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review. Also be sure to check out Dr. Barnard’s new book, Your Body in Balance.

51 MIN2 w ago
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Tackling the Complicated Relationship Between Food, Hormones and Disease – with Dr. Neal Barnard

Retire Bold and Rich—with Adriane Berg

When you retire, you have two choices—you can count the days until you’re done…or you can go at it with gusto, understanding that thanks to many factors of modern life, older people have the freedom and ability to live active, involved, vibrant lives. Of course, to do that you need to have your finances in order, which is why Adriane Berg wrote her latest book—The Retirement Income Explosion. Adriane Berg, Esq., is a writer, speaker and a pioneer in the field of longevity and aging. Her firm, Adriane Berg & Associates, helps companies market to the boomer and mature generations. She is author ofBottom Line’s “Aging for Beginners” blogand host of her own syndicated radio show,Generation Bold. Adrianne’s mission at Generation Bold is to inspire adults to have a “kick-ass old age,” in which they stay active and continue to contribute to the world. In this episode of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Adriane Berg joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss her newest book, The Retirement Income Explosion, and it’s lessons in financial planning for rich, bold retirement years. What is generation bold? (2:55 – 6:15)Discussing P.L.A.Y. money (a term from Adriane’s new book) (6:15 – 10:30)Budgeting your money (10:30 – 17:50)Hints and tips about taking care of your savings (17:50 – 22:10)Discussing annuities (22:15 –27:11)How to prepare and approach health care in your later years (27:22- 35:00)Where to live (35:01 – 41:46What role should adult children play in their parents’ finances? (41:55 – 48:00) You can learn more about Adriane and her work by visiting her websiteAdrianeberg.me. Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Retire Bold and Rich—with Adriane Berg

Living a Full and Happy Life After a Traumatic Experience – With Christine Ristaino

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Christine joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to tell the story of her traumatic past—which included molestation, rape and being mugged in front of her young children.

52 MINJAN 16
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Living a Full and Happy Life After a Traumatic Experience – With Christine Ristaino

Leading Cardiologist Talks with Bottom Line President About How to Juggle A Busy Life – with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum

Balancing a busy schedule is possible with the right approach, and to provide a blueprint, we brought in leading cardiologist, author, speaker and single mother Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum. Suzanne Steinbaum, DO, is a cardiologist who has devoted her career to the treatment of heart disease through early detection, education and prevention. She is an author, media spokesperson, public speaker…and a single mother. And now, Dr. Steinbaum is launching a private practice specializing in prevention and wellness using her unique, personalized strategy called SRSHeart that empowers women to live heart-healthy lives. In this episode, Dr. Steinbaum joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss how she is able to do all she does professionally while raising an amazing teenage son and maintaining her sanity.

49 MINJAN 9
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Leading Cardiologist Talks with Bottom Line President About How to Juggle A Busy Life – with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum

The Hidden Dangers of Vaping – with Dr. Melinda Ickes

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Dr. Ickes joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss the hidden dangers of vaping.

46 MIN2019 DEC 19
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The Hidden Dangers of Vaping – with Dr. Melinda Ickes

How to Approach Life’s Major Crossroads – with Jane Pollak

Have you ever hit a place in your life that leaves you absolutely dumbfounded about which way to turn? You’re not alone. Every human on earth has faced at least one crossroad in his or her life, usually not by his own choosing—be it a work firing, relationship breakup, a health challenge or something else. Everyone faces them…not everyone conquers them. Jane Pollak, certified professional co-active coach (CPCC),has transformed and energized the lives of hundreds of women and men through her expert coaching.She has also faced several of her own major crossroads and came out better than ever. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Jane joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss how to conquer the crossroads in life rather than being left emotionally and physically stuck. Other topics include… The demise of Jane’s marriage, and the evolution of her becoming a powerful person (5:00 – 7:40)Evolution of Jane professionally—from teacher to mother to artist to coach(7:45 – 12:15)Expectations in a marriage: Men vs. women (12:20 – 13:25)Could you ever have imagined the you that you have become?(13:30 – 14:48)Dealing with and confronting fear (14:40 – 16:10)Nobody’s life is perfect (16:15 – 19:55)Slow evolution vs. suddenevolution (21:00 – 24:01)When you initiate the change—how do you know it’s time to make a change?(24:35 –32:29)Advice for people making a big change/life decision (32:30 – 34:33)How to pick up the pieces when change has been foisted upon you (34:35 – 40:11)Jane’s wheel of life tool (40:15 – 43:20) You can learn more about Jane by visiting her website, janepollak.com Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

44 MIN2019 DEC 13
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How to Approach Life’s Major Crossroads – with Jane Pollak

Surprising Cause of Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety and Brain Fog– with Kathleen DesMaisons, author of Potatoes Not Prozac

If you suffer from fatigue, depression, anxiety or brain fog but the doctors can’t find the cause, it actually may be your diet. It even may be an addiction to sugar, which has been shown to be even more addictive than cocaine. Kathleen DesMaisons, PhD, who coined the term “sugar sensitivity,” is author ofthe booksPotatoes Not Prozac…The Sugar Addict’s Total Recovery Program…Your Last Diet!…Little Sugar Addicts…andYour Body Speaks. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Kathleen joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss how sugar has infiltrated our culture and affected our health in ways that are hidden from the doctor’s diagnosis toolkit. Her best-selling bookPotatoes Not Prozachas recently been updated and rereleased. Topics include… How Kathleen developed the theory of sugar sensitivity (2:00 – 4:52)Was sugar sensitivity a problem 100 years ago? (4:55 – 6:57)The gradient scale of sugar sensitivity (6:58 – 10:00)Sugar-sensitivity symptoms (10:08 – 13:05)How sugar acts like a drug in the brain (13:13 – 17:36)Mental health misdiagnoses that stem from sugar sensitivity (17:40 – 19:36)Diet mistakes that affect sugar sensitivity (19:36 – 25:17)Kathleen’s 7-point plan to overcome sensitivity (25:18 – 50:02) You can find Kathleen’s bookPotatoes Not Prozac: Simple Solutions for Sugar Addictionby clickinghere. Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

49 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Surprising Cause of Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety and Brain Fog– with Kathleen DesMaisons, author of Potatoes Not Prozac

Cooking for Busy People: How to Improve Your Speed and Confidence in The Kitchen – with Ellie Krieger

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Ellie Krieger joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss her latest book Whole In One; Complete Healthy Meals in a Single Pot, Sheet Pan or Skillet, which is her whole cooking philosophy rolled into one unit—easy-to-make meals filled with unique tastes and textures that allow food to be good fuel and fabulous.

45 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Cooking for Busy People: How to Improve Your Speed and Confidence in The Kitchen – with Ellie Krieger

Homeopathy for Beginners: How It Is Practiced, Why It Works and How it Can Help You – with Dr. Joseph Feuerstein

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Dr. Feuerstein joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss homeopathy, and its extremely safe healing techniques that are based on the belief that the body can cure itself. Those who practice homeopathy use tiny amounts of natural substances, such as plants and minerals, to stimulate the healing process.

48 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Homeopathy for Beginners: How It Is Practiced, Why It Works and How it Can Help You – with Dr. Joseph Feuerstein

Latest Episodes

Negativity can be “Cured” Using the Science of Mindfulness to Live Happy—with Dr. Shauna Shapiro

Did you know that humans are preprogrammed to be negative? It was a survival tool…but not necessary today. Good news: Our brains can be rewired for happiness one small message at a time. To explain why negativity is not a lifelong sentence, we brought in Dr. Shauna Shapiro, author of Good Morning, I Love You, a step-by-step guide to using the science of mindfulness to shut down the negativity bias that holds us back. Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is a professor, author and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness.Shaunahas published more than 100 journal articles and book chapters and coauthored two critically acclaimed texts. Her recent TEDx talk on mindfulness has had more than a million views. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Dr. Shapiro joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to provide a specific roadmap to help anyone rewire his/her brain for calm, clarity and joy. Other topics include… The evolution of negativity bias (3:10 – 6:10)Explaining nature vs. nurture (6:15 – 8:47)How does Shauna explain to her patients that life really can improve? (8:50 – 15:20)Shauna shares a story of how mindfulness changed a patient’s life (15:25 – 20:07)Shauna’s version of mindfulness explained (20:08 – 21:41)The importance of intention (21:42 – 25:46)How does one start to practice intention and mindfulness? (25:46 – 29:04)The importance of attention (29:20 – 37:20)How kindness and compassion relate to mindfulness (37:21 – 39:50)Shauna’s 7 practices that help shift negativity (39:51 – 52:37) To learn more about Dr. Shapiro, you can visit her website DrShaunaShapiro.com. Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

54 MIN1 w ago
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Negativity can be “Cured” Using the Science of Mindfulness to Live Happy—with Dr. Shauna Shapiro

Tackling the Complicated Relationship Between Food, Hormones and Disease – with Dr. Neal Barnard

If you’ve been dealing with fertility issues, menstrual issues or acne and skin problems…and the treatments haven’t worked…or if you have cancer in the family and are fearful about your risk, believe it or not, something as simple as changing your diet may make all the difference in the world.To further explain, we talked with Dr. Neal Barnard. Neal D. Barnard, MD, FACC, is aphysician, clinical researcher, author,adjunct associate professor of medicineat George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. He is one of the world’s leading expertson veganism and natural medicine, and he is a strong supporter of a vegan, dairy-free lifestyle. Dr. Barnard’s new book, Your Body in Balance, is available now wherever books are sold. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator podcast, we asked Dr. Barnard to dive into the complicated world of hormones—and more specifically, to explain how what we eat dramatically affects our hormones, helping to both cause and cure disease. Specific topics include… Dr. Barnard’s eye-opening story about one of his patients (2:15 – 8:15)The story of Anthony Sattilaro and how a vegan diet saved his life (8:15 – 13:53)Can dietary choices cure cancer? (13:55 – 17:40)Conditions that respond favorably to a plant-based diet (17:48 – 19:40)The relationship between sex hormones, fertility, menstrual cramps and food (19:40 – 25:48)The impact of dairy on hormones (25:48 – 32:30)How a plant-based diet improves erectile disfunction (32:30 – 34:30)Dr. Barnard on healthy fats vs. bad fats (34:10 – 36:44) Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review. Also be sure to check out Dr. Barnard’s new book, Your Body in Balance.

51 MIN2 w ago
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Tackling the Complicated Relationship Between Food, Hormones and Disease – with Dr. Neal Barnard

Retire Bold and Rich—with Adriane Berg

When you retire, you have two choices—you can count the days until you’re done…or you can go at it with gusto, understanding that thanks to many factors of modern life, older people have the freedom and ability to live active, involved, vibrant lives. Of course, to do that you need to have your finances in order, which is why Adriane Berg wrote her latest book—The Retirement Income Explosion. Adriane Berg, Esq., is a writer, speaker and a pioneer in the field of longevity and aging. Her firm, Adriane Berg & Associates, helps companies market to the boomer and mature generations. She is author ofBottom Line’s “Aging for Beginners” blogand host of her own syndicated radio show,Generation Bold. Adrianne’s mission at Generation Bold is to inspire adults to have a “kick-ass old age,” in which they stay active and continue to contribute to the world. In this episode of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Adriane Berg joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss her newest book, The Retirement Income Explosion, and it’s lessons in financial planning for rich, bold retirement years. What is generation bold? (2:55 – 6:15)Discussing P.L.A.Y. money (a term from Adriane’s new book) (6:15 – 10:30)Budgeting your money (10:30 – 17:50)Hints and tips about taking care of your savings (17:50 – 22:10)Discussing annuities (22:15 –27:11)How to prepare and approach health care in your later years (27:22- 35:00)Where to live (35:01 – 41:46What role should adult children play in their parents’ finances? (41:55 – 48:00) You can learn more about Adriane and her work by visiting her websiteAdrianeberg.me. Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Retire Bold and Rich—with Adriane Berg

Living a Full and Happy Life After a Traumatic Experience – With Christine Ristaino

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Christine joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to tell the story of her traumatic past—which included molestation, rape and being mugged in front of her young children.

52 MINJAN 16
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Living a Full and Happy Life After a Traumatic Experience – With Christine Ristaino

Leading Cardiologist Talks with Bottom Line President About How to Juggle A Busy Life – with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum

Balancing a busy schedule is possible with the right approach, and to provide a blueprint, we brought in leading cardiologist, author, speaker and single mother Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum. Suzanne Steinbaum, DO, is a cardiologist who has devoted her career to the treatment of heart disease through early detection, education and prevention. She is an author, media spokesperson, public speaker…and a single mother. And now, Dr. Steinbaum is launching a private practice specializing in prevention and wellness using her unique, personalized strategy called SRSHeart that empowers women to live heart-healthy lives. In this episode, Dr. Steinbaum joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss how she is able to do all she does professionally while raising an amazing teenage son and maintaining her sanity.

49 MINJAN 9
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Leading Cardiologist Talks with Bottom Line President About How to Juggle A Busy Life – with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum

The Hidden Dangers of Vaping – with Dr. Melinda Ickes

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Dr. Ickes joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss the hidden dangers of vaping.

46 MIN2019 DEC 19
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The Hidden Dangers of Vaping – with Dr. Melinda Ickes

How to Approach Life’s Major Crossroads – with Jane Pollak

Have you ever hit a place in your life that leaves you absolutely dumbfounded about which way to turn? You’re not alone. Every human on earth has faced at least one crossroad in his or her life, usually not by his own choosing—be it a work firing, relationship breakup, a health challenge or something else. Everyone faces them…not everyone conquers them. Jane Pollak, certified professional co-active coach (CPCC),has transformed and energized the lives of hundreds of women and men through her expert coaching.She has also faced several of her own major crossroads and came out better than ever. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Jane joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss how to conquer the crossroads in life rather than being left emotionally and physically stuck. Other topics include… The demise of Jane’s marriage, and the evolution of her becoming a powerful person (5:00 – 7:40)Evolution of Jane professionally—from teacher to mother to artist to coach(7:45 – 12:15)Expectations in a marriage: Men vs. women (12:20 – 13:25)Could you ever have imagined the you that you have become?(13:30 – 14:48)Dealing with and confronting fear (14:40 – 16:10)Nobody’s life is perfect (16:15 – 19:55)Slow evolution vs. suddenevolution (21:00 – 24:01)When you initiate the change—how do you know it’s time to make a change?(24:35 –32:29)Advice for people making a big change/life decision (32:30 – 34:33)How to pick up the pieces when change has been foisted upon you (34:35 – 40:11)Jane’s wheel of life tool (40:15 – 43:20) You can learn more about Jane by visiting her website, janepollak.com Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

44 MIN2019 DEC 13
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How to Approach Life’s Major Crossroads – with Jane Pollak

Surprising Cause of Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety and Brain Fog– with Kathleen DesMaisons, author of Potatoes Not Prozac

If you suffer from fatigue, depression, anxiety or brain fog but the doctors can’t find the cause, it actually may be your diet. It even may be an addiction to sugar, which has been shown to be even more addictive than cocaine. Kathleen DesMaisons, PhD, who coined the term “sugar sensitivity,” is author ofthe booksPotatoes Not Prozac…The Sugar Addict’s Total Recovery Program…Your Last Diet!…Little Sugar Addicts…andYour Body Speaks. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Kathleen joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss how sugar has infiltrated our culture and affected our health in ways that are hidden from the doctor’s diagnosis toolkit. Her best-selling bookPotatoes Not Prozachas recently been updated and rereleased. Topics include… How Kathleen developed the theory of sugar sensitivity (2:00 – 4:52)Was sugar sensitivity a problem 100 years ago? (4:55 – 6:57)The gradient scale of sugar sensitivity (6:58 – 10:00)Sugar-sensitivity symptoms (10:08 – 13:05)How sugar acts like a drug in the brain (13:13 – 17:36)Mental health misdiagnoses that stem from sugar sensitivity (17:40 – 19:36)Diet mistakes that affect sugar sensitivity (19:36 – 25:17)Kathleen’s 7-point plan to overcome sensitivity (25:18 – 50:02) You can find Kathleen’s bookPotatoes Not Prozac: Simple Solutions for Sugar Addictionby clickinghere. Be sure to subscribe to the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast onApple Podcastsand share a review.

49 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Surprising Cause of Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety and Brain Fog– with Kathleen DesMaisons, author of Potatoes Not Prozac

Cooking for Busy People: How to Improve Your Speed and Confidence in The Kitchen – with Ellie Krieger

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Ellie Krieger joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss her latest book Whole In One; Complete Healthy Meals in a Single Pot, Sheet Pan or Skillet, which is her whole cooking philosophy rolled into one unit—easy-to-make meals filled with unique tastes and textures that allow food to be good fuel and fabulous.

45 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Cooking for Busy People: How to Improve Your Speed and Confidence in The Kitchen – with Ellie Krieger

Homeopathy for Beginners: How It Is Practiced, Why It Works and How it Can Help You – with Dr. Joseph Feuerstein

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Dr. Feuerstein joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss homeopathy, and its extremely safe healing techniques that are based on the belief that the body can cure itself. Those who practice homeopathy use tiny amounts of natural substances, such as plants and minerals, to stimulate the healing process.

48 MIN2019 NOV 14
Comments
Homeopathy for Beginners: How It Is Practiced, Why It Works and How it Can Help You – with Dr. Joseph Feuerstein
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