I was thrilled to have been invited by Gaiam TV to be interviewed by the lovely and visionary Regina Meredith. They flew me out to beautiful Boulder, Colorado, picked me up from the airport, put me up in the historic Boulderado hotel, took me to dinner and pretty much treated me like royalty! I was very spoiled! The interview was an hour long and will air January 30 at 5pm mountain time, as part of The Healing Matrix show.
I spoke with Regina Meredith about the very powerful food mood connection, my story with anxiety and panic attacks and why I am is so passionate about helping people overcome anxiety. We discussed why grass-fed red meat and liver are so important and how I love sardines. We had a discussion about vegetarianism and why many people with mood problems do better with animal protein. I also talked about giving up chocolate and coffee (yes! really!), the toxic effects of sugar, and why gluten may be making you anxious. A healthy digestive system is imperative for good health and good mood and we discussed leaky gut and stomach acid at length. Finally I wrapped up with an overview of the incredible and amazing amino acids that end anxiety, worry, depression, and stop sugar cravings in their tracks, so zero willpower is required! It’s all powerful stuff and backed by plenty of science-based research and clinical results!
It really is a small world – Regina actually also lives in the Sacramento area and flies into Boulder each week to do her interviews! In 2004, together with her husband, she formed Conscious Media Network which was acquired by Gaiam TV last year. Prior to that she was on various Sacramento shows: KCRA Channel 3, NBC, KTXL Channel 40 and PBS.
I think Gaiam TV is going to become a firm favorite of mine. They have thousands of conscious media titles, fitness and health titles and much more.
The details on how to watch my show will be coming shortly. I’ll also be unveiling an exciting new product to help you on your journey to feeling on top of the world, and will have some special offers so look out for this!
PS. I’m a fan of work and fun and since we used to live in Colorado, we decided to make a trip of it! We stayed to ski afterwards and met up with good friends Susan and Tim, and the Lainis family. We arrived in balmy weather…balmy for Colorado so 50F (9 or 10 C) and then the cold snap hit and wow was it COLD! We skied at Vail twice and the second time the high was 15F! The last day we skied at Keystone and the early morning temperature was minus 11F. But we had a blast. And we were, as always, impressed with how stunningly beautiful the Rocky Mountains are in winter!