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TARA MARIE LIVE! – Mental, Emotional, Physical, Social, and Spiritual Heath
4 minutes | 2 years ago
We just wrapped Season 3 of TARA MARIE LIVE, and I am looking forward to having some summer fun so I can recharge before a very busy fall. This has been a difficult year for me, but ideally, we grow when we are faced with adversity. I think of time differently, and my priorities have shifted. It is a cliché, but it is true: life is very, very short. Do not save important things for tomorrow, for tomorrow may not come for you or those you love. Value the people in your life and your relationships. Without them, life has little meaning. Think about these things, and each day, make better choices than the day before. I look forward to being with you again soon. Stay tuned!
81 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #50: Exploring Prostate Cancer and CyberKnife with guest Jonathan Haas, MD
Despite advances in medicine, one in nine men in the United States will get prostate cancer in his lifetime, and it’s the second leading cause of cancer death among men in the U.S. On this episode, Jonathan Haas, MD, Chairman of the Department of Radiation Oncology at NYU Winthrop Hospital, joins me for an in-depth discussion about prostate cancer and treatment options, including CyberKnife, a non-invasive treatment that delivers targeted radiation to tumors and can reach deeply imbedded masses while minimizing damage to healthy tissue. CyberKnife provides hope to thousands of people with tumors once considered inoperable. Tune in and get the facts about prostate cancer and potentially life-saving treatments.
79 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #49: Integrative Medicine for Alzheimer’s with guest Dr. James Greenblatt
Rates of Alzheimer’s disease are skyrocketing, and the situation is only getting worse. Some epidemiologists predict that it will be the greatest public health scourge of the 21st century. It has a 100% mortality rate, and while researchers have tried to develop a drug that will cure this disease, so far, none has worked. It is time we stop taking a gamble with our brain health and instead focus on prevention. On this episode, Integrative Psychiatrist, Dr. James Greenblatt, discusses his groundbreaking book and reveals that hope has come from new research showing that the answer lies with an integrative approach, and nutrition is a key factor. It is possible to protect and restore brain function. Tune in and learn an effective means of preventing and treating Alzheimer’s dementia.
89 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #48: Ask Tara Marie: From Trauma to Triumph
On this Ask Tara Marie edition of TARA MARIE LIVE, I talk to a listener who has experienced much trauma over the last five years. She not only has lost loved ones, but she moved from her home state, gained excess weight, and feels like she no longer recognizes herself or her life. She asked for my help to regain her health, put an end to her self-sabotage and self-destructive behavior patterns, and create the life she really wants. If you have ever felt defeated and needed help finding your way back, this episode will resonate with you. Join us for a dose of hope, inspiration and motivation!
84 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #47: Ask Tara Marie: Exercise Programming Essentials
On this Ask Tara Marie edition of TARA MARIE LIVE, I talk to a listener with polycystic ovary syndrome and hypothyroidism who wants to learn more about high intensity interval training and strength training so she can lose body fat, increase muscle mass, and boost her metabolism. Exercise programming can be confusing, and you may feel like you are working hard but not seeing the results you want. On this episode, I share information that will help you tweak your exercise program so you can reach your health and fitness goals. Tune in and learn how you can take your workouts to the next level and maximize the time you spend exercising.
93 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #46: Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression with guest Johann Hari
Rates of anxiety and depression are at an all time high. We must acknowledge that we are doing something very wrong in our society. On this episode, New York Times best-selling author, Johann Hari, discusses his compelling book, Lost Connections, and uncovers the real causes of depression—and the unexpected solutions. If you struggle with anxiety and depression or know someone who does, the revelations in this interview will make you think differently about our moods, our minds, and the role of prescription medications in our lives. Tune in for an incisive analysis of this pervasive problem and new and effective ways of solving it.
91 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #45: Heart Solution for Women with guest Mark Menolascino, MD
On this episode, I am joined by Mark Menolascino, MD, Medical Director of the Meno Clinic—Center for Functional Medicine, to discuss his new book, Heart Solution for Women. Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and more women suffer from heart disease than from cancer, diabetes, and stroke combined. One in four women will develop heart disease in her lifetime—and the problem is only getting worse. Tune in as we dispel some of the most common myths about heart disease and discuss vital information that will empower women to take the lead in their own healthcare.
89 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #44: Radical Mindfulness with guest Daniel Gutierrez
In a world in which we can live very scattered lives that move at a frenetic pace, my guest, Daniel Gutierrez, challenges the true meaning of success and takes us on a truth-seeking journey to the center of ourselves to find profound inner peace—where the past and future do not exist and where the real magic lies only in the present moment. On this episode, we discuss his new book, Radical Mindfulness: Profound Inner Peace in As Little As 60 Seconds. Learn how to master your inner world and see what a positive and profound impact doing so will have on your outer world. If you are seeking a sense of peace and harmony with yourself and your own truth, this episode is for you.
93 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #43: Everything You Need to Know About Stroke with guest Rafael A. Ortiz, MD
On this episode, I am joined by Rafael A. Ortiz, MD, Chief of Neuro-Endovascular Surgery and Interventional Neuro-Radiology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, to discuss a topic to which no one is immune: stroke. The rate of stroke among young people in the United States between the ages of 18 and 44 has been rising steadily since 1995. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, and according to the World Health Organization, it is the second leading cause of death worldwide—and 80% of strokes are preventable. A stroke can happen to any person of any race or any gender, at any time—it depends on your risk factors. We must educate ourselves to stop this downward spiral. Tune in for information that could possibly save your life.
96 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #42: Boost Metabolism Naturally with guest Dr. Patricia P. Selassie
Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Patricia P. Selassie, joins me to discuss an often misunderstood topic—metabolism. Many people are frustrated because they are gaining weight and don’t know what to do. They believe they are doing everything right, but the results are just wrong. What’s the problem? Is it age? Hormones? Your thyroid? The fact is there are things you may be doing to slow down your metabolic rate, but there are things you can do to increase it. From diet to supplements to lifestyle habits, you can manipulate variables to get your metabolism working in your favor. Tune in for vital information that can help keep your body revved up!
96 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #41: Happy Gut with guest Vincent Pedre, MD
On this episode, I have an in-depth discussion about gut health with Vincent Pedre, MD, Medical Director of Pedre Integrative Health, Board-Certified Internist, and Functional Medicine-Certified Practitioner. His book, Happy Gut, is a detailed guide on how to heal your body using food and supplementation to eliminate food triggers, clear your gut of unfriendly pathogens, and heal and repair your gut using targeted nutrients. Gut issues can be the root cause of not only gastrointestinal disorders, but also exhaustion, painful joints, body aches, tender muscles, headaches, skin problems, behavioral, emotional, and psychiatric symptoms, seasonal allergies, and weight gain. Tune in for information that will transform your gut and your overall physical and mental health.
94 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #40: Ask Tara Marie: From Setback to Comeback
On this Ask Tara Marie edition of TARA MARIE LIVE, I talk to my listeners and answer their questions. Everyone can relate to a setback in life—but how can you fully recover? How do you bounce back after tragedy, loss, or devastation? We discuss how to move out of the past and into your destiny without bitterness, anger, or regret. Learn how to give meaning to your suffering and turn your pain into your purpose. This show will inspire you to move forward in your life regardless of the obstacles you have faced.
1 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #39: The Food for Mood Diet with guest Dr. Millie Lytle, ND, MPH
The foods you eat can greatly affect your body and all of its systems. If you have ever wondered if there is a connection between nutrition and your mental and emotional state, the answer is, yes. On this episode, I talk to Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Mille Lytle, about a food plan she created to help patients who struggle with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and other mood disorders. Learn how to eat for your brain, not your stomach, and you will be able to influence how your body and mind operate. Tune in for vital information that will positively impact both your brain chemistry and your life.
74 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #38: The Salerno Solution with guest Dr. John Salerno
Children born today are likely to have shorter life spans than that of their parents, and it is because of choices we are making that have made obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease common in younger and younger populations. On this episode, I talk to Dr. John Salerno, an internationally renowned pioneer in the field of complementary medicine and the founder of, The Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine. We delve into his book, The Salerno Solution, which is packed with his advice and insights into how you can optimize your health and remain disease free for a lifetime. Tune in and learn how to promote health rather than waste time and money chasing after disease.
83 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #37: The Brittany Maynard Story: 4 Years Later with guest Dan Diaz
In October of 2014, 29-year old newlywed, Brittany Maynard, became international news when her story went public. She was diagnosed with the most aggressive form of brain cancer—a glioblastoma. Knowing her death would involve relentless pain and suffering, Brittany took control of her own dying process by moving from California to Oregon, which is one of eight states with authorized medical-aid-in-dying. Brittany’s final wish was that people in all 50 states could have this option. She spent the final weeks of her life advocating for this, and her husband, Dan Diaz, continues her fight. Dan works with an organization called, Compassion & Choices, advocating for the expansion of end-of-life options for all terminally ill people. This compelling story may change how you think about both life and death.
82 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode #36: Breaking Beyond Emotional Blocks with guest Justin Ehrlich, L.Ac.
On this episode, I talk to Physician of Chinese Medicine and Daoist Life Coach, Justin Ehrlich, about breaking free of the emotional baggage that can block you from health and happiness. We all have subconscious emotional blocks, but there are ways to identify them, challenge them, and move beyond them. Central to the Daoist world view is the belief that you are here for a unique journey. By studying the major events of your life, you can understand your journey and become empowered by your experiences. This is when you can begin to live with true freedom. If you are not where you want to be in any area of your life, this show will shed light on how you may be getting in your own way.
4 minutes | 3 years ago
Time for Summer Fun
We just wrapped Season 2 of TARA MARIE LIVE, and I am looking forward to having some summer fun and focusing on other projects before we launch into an incredible Season 3 this fall. Take time to think about your life. Remember, the whole point of being here is to become the best possible version of you. Becoming the best version of yourself takes constant work, a willingness to look at who you are and what your life has become, and the desire to change. Think about these things, and get ready for greatness—it is coming your way. I look forward to being back with you soon to share in your success. Stay tuned!
1 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode #35: Ask Tara Marie: Healing After Loss
On this Ask Tara Marie edition of TARA MARIE LIVE, I talk to a listener who requested my help after a series of tragic events left him feeling devastated and totally lost. What do you do when life knocks you down and you have no idea how to put the pieces back together? How can you heal mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually? Join me as I help my listener put things in perspective, devise a strategy to conquer his anxiety and feelings of loss, and create a new normal.
92 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode #34: The Piper Protocol with guest Tracy Piper
If you suffer with digestive issues, brain fog, stubborn excess fat, skin problems or other nagging heath concerns that seem to have no explanation, my guest, Tracy Piper, believes that she knows what is wrong. As a Detoxification Specialist and the Founder of The Piper Center for Internal Wellness, she helps people achieve what she calls, internal fitness. Tracy says that the digestive system is where both health and disease begin, and it needs regular maintenance to remain cleansed and able to support you in an optimal way. On this episode, we discuss her book, The Piper Protocol: The Insider’s Secret to Weight Loss & Internal Fitness. Tune in as we reveal details that can help you lose excess fat, regain your health, and increase energy and vitality!
91 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode #33: Understanding Sleep Apnea with guest Dr. Ofer Jacobowitz
This week, internationally-renowned Physician, Surgeon, and Expert on sleep apnea and snoring, Dr. Ofer Jacobowitz, joins me to talk about the myths, the facts, and the mysteries of obstructive sleep apnea. Millions of people suffer with sleep apnea, but 80 percent of cases remain undiagnosed. When left untreated, sleep apnea can cause conditions like high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, weight gain, memory problems, impotence, headaches and depression. Fortunately, sleep apnea can be diagnosed and treated, and both medical and surgical options are available. Learn about this very misunderstood disease, and get information that could positively impact your quality of life!
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