Are you a confused by all the nutritional hype in the media?
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In a feisty and fun fashion, Andrea Beaman, Lisa Lewtan, and Michelle Pfennighaus will explore what it means to be a healthy and happy woman in today’s stressful world.
Offering simple tips and strategies in all areas of healthy living, including food, exercise, relationships, stress, fun, spirituality, they will discuss women’s real life struggles and how to overcome them! Listen live to Healthy View Radio, every Thursday at 9 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel.
You may also enjoy episodes of Lisa Lewtan’s previous series, “Busy, Stressed, and Food Obsessed!” which aired from October, 2016 to June, 2017 and appears on this page.
Breaking Bad Habits with Tara Mackey
Do you have bad habits you can’t seem to quit? On this week’s episode of Healthy View Radio, we’ll be talking about breaking those bad habits and transformational healing techniques using Tara Mackey’s four-step WILD Method.
Upgrade your Mornings with Lisa Lewtan
Are your mornings crazy, hectic and stressful? Are you hitting that snooze button over and over, dreading the moment when your feet hit the floor?
Ask the Sexpert with Susan Bratton
This week we?ll be taking Healthy View Radio into the bedroom for some sexual health advice with someone who is considered the ?Dear Abby of Sex,? Susan Bratton.
Keeping it Spicy with Nagina Abdullah
We’ll be getting spicy in the kitchen on this week’s episode of Healthy View Radio! Some spices have been scientifically proven to help lower body fat, reduce inflammation, and increase your metabolism.
8 Keys to a Responsible Life with Lillian McDermott
When life gives you lemons, you can choose to dwell on the sour turn of events, or you can learn from your choices and turn those lemons into lemon meringue pie!
About to burn out? Find out with Michelle Pfennighaus
Are you experiencing exhaustion, poor sleep, low libido, weak immune function, and brain fog? Do you simply feel...fried? Maybe you've heard about "adrenal fatigue" but this phenomenon is more properly described as HPA axis dysregulation.
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Ladies you are amazing!! Thank you for providing such valuable information especially for some difficult to discuss topics (💩😉). Your energy is fantastic and it’s a real highlight of my day when I get to listen to you! Keep up the great work! Candace xx