In This Issue
Table of Contents
14. SUPERFOODS FOR SUPER HEALTH
By Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D.
A nutrition expert unmasks five mighty health foods whose multiple protective properties can help you ward off disease and optimize health. She also shares a super-easy and super-healthy recipe combining all five foods in one delicious dish. Hey, Mikey!
18. ENERGY WORK 3.0
By Katy Koontz
We upgrade our phones and computers constantly. Medicine offers tremendous advances, as do cars, kitchen appliances, and even sports equipment. So why shouldn’t the same be true of techniques used by energy workers? Meet Next-Gen practitioners Paul Selig and Trevor Hart.
By Katy Koontz
While expert advice keeps flip-flopping, this pioneer in integrative medicine stands by his simple, highly effective holistic approach to health and nutrition. Strategic lifestyle choices, he assures, can do much to prevent disease and promote health. Where to start? Ditch the OJ.
By Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D., Ph.D., with Louise Hay
A medical intuitive and neuropsychiatrist talks about the bumps in the road that come with being wired for intuition, mysticism, and high-power spiritual experiences in this adaptation from her latest book (written with the grande dame of self-help publishing).
30. SACRED JOURNEYS: CELTIC CATALYST
By Rev. Mark Fuss, as told to Annie L. Scholl
Visiting Ireland turns out to be an eye-opener (in more ways than one) for a Unity minister leading a memorable group tour. Along the way, he discovers one of the biggest joys of the journey is leaving some baggage behind.