Thursday, November 26, 2009

The Grief Recovery Handbook, Part 2

Angel of Grief
The Grief Handbook, Part 2
Friday, November 27
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Death & Dying" talks, listen to part 2 of an interview with co-author John W. James of The Grief Recovery Institute. You'll learn about ways to recover from all kinds of loss: death, retirement, divorce, empty nest, moving, and more. He will also explain that the 5 Stages of Grief outlined by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross is more of a myth from their experiences in working with many clients. Their handbook can guide you on the journey of self-healing.

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Euro Institute of Skin CareThe European Way
of Beautiful Skin

For Beyond 50's "Skin Care" talks, listen to an interview with Johanna Thiemo, director of the Euro Institute of Skin Care in Portland and Seattle. She will explain about the European approach to skin care that involves good nutrition, body-mind relationships, basic health awareness and new technology through the esthetics industry.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 193

DebtMax Eames: Getting to Zero Debt
For Beyond 50's "Finance" talks, listen to an interview with Max Eames from England. He managed to reduce his staggering debt to become debt free. He offers a psychotherapist's perspective and reformed "compulsive spender." Find out how and why we "brainwash" ourselves into going further into debt, like overspending with "plastic crack" (credit cards). Learn from Max about how to take immediate and decisive control of your personal finances.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 192

Eat Grass-Fed & Pastured Meats

Beyond 50 would like to wish you a warm Thanksgiving. Tune in to an interview with Pauli Halstead, author of "Cuisine for Whole Health" that is part of our "Cooking" talks. She explains about the benefits of choosing grass-fed and pastured products versus commercial grain fed products. According to Halstead, commercially raised ruminants (cattle, bison, yak and sheep) that are fed grains get stomach ulcers that are relieved by farmers giving them pharmaceutical drugs.

Grass-fed and pastured ruminants are leaner and lower in fat. When given grass, they absorb vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals into their flesh and bones.

As for hens raised outdoors on a natural diet of bugs, seeds, vetatation and sunlight, they have 3 - 6X more Vitamin D than hens raised in confinement. Eating two pastured eggs a day can give you from anywhere from 63-126% of the daily recommended intake of Vitamin D.

We encourage you to try the author's recipe for "Roasted Chicken with Root Vegetables" and exercise your power as a consumer to demand that grass-fed and pastured meat products be made available in your local supermarket.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 191

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