THE BUZZ: From September 23rd through 25th 2012, I attended the eighth annual Clinton Global Initiative at the Sheraton in New York. It brought together notables from around the world…
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Old Stone Farm
THE BUZZ: On Friday, September 21st, 2012, I was hanging out with the horses (and people) at the Old Stone Farm. I was interviewing Global Change Scholars – women from around the world who were selected by the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies for their empowering work.
Global Shapers Conference
THE BUZZ: On Saturday, September 15th, 2012, I participated in the Global Shapers Conference in New York. I spoke about the importance of personal energy management for leaders (a module we call “Protecting the Asset”) – a key pillar of the Power Living System. I then taught a yoga class in Central Park while some of the Shapers went running.
Part I: Conversation with Sharon Gannon on “Yoga, Life & Being Vegan”
YOGA. What is the relationship between yoga and transformation? How can what you eat affect how you live? I caught up with the co-founder of the Jivamukti Yoga Method, Sharon Gannon. With over 25 years of teaching and activism, she is credited for making yoga “cool and hip.” Here’s what she had to say about yoga, life and being vegan.
Italian Leafy Green Salad
PWR FOODS: Salads capture the essence of summer. Visit a farmer’s market or produce stand and toss up this Italian Leafy Green Salad. Test out the grapeseed oil. It’s packed with antioxidants and is high in vitamin E, C and beta-carotene. Try it out…
Healthy On-the-Road with Executive Chef David Hackett
POWER LIVING TV: In Power Living® with Dr. Terri Kennedy, get tips on how to stay healthy on the road from Executive Chef David Hackett of the Westin Diplomat Golf Resort & Spa.
PWR FOODS: Asparagus is packed with antioxidants and has wonderful anti-inflammatory properties. A delicious Spring cleansing dish is Asparagus Soup. Try out this recipe…
Roasted Root Vegetables
PWR FOODS: Root vegetables, like carrots and parsnips, are very grounding and filling. One of the best winter treats is a plate of Roasted Root Vegetables. You can serve the Roasted Root Vegetables as a snack with some Savory Tahini Sauce, or as a side dish to your main meal. Use the same instructions about to make Roasted Sweet Potato Fries.
Q&A: I’m trying to cut back on sugar and I don’t want to use the artificial products on the market. What are some natural sweeteners I can use?
PWR FOODS: This is one of my favorite desserts. It’s gluten-free and packed with protein and potassium. It’s rich but with minimum guilt – sweetened with agave nectar versus white sugar.