I recently attended a meeting for a company called Velara Global in Newport Beach, CA. I happen to hear Dr. Dennis Black speak about health, nutrition and the American diet. I was so impressed with his presentation that I invited him to be a guest on Inside Personal Growth.
In my interview with Dr. Black we discuss how our bodies set homeostasis, and ways that we can reset the default both in our brains and through our bodies. We also speak about the excessive ingestion of sugars and carbohydrates that American’s consume, and effective way to reduce and or eliminate our cravings for sugars in our diets.
Dr. Black is a huge advocate of paying attention to our digestive tract—it is the largest organ in our body and when our colon becomes unhealthy through eating a diet rich in fats, meats and refined sugars we need to cleanse the colon and eliminate the undigested foods.
In our interview you will hear us discuss the use of alkaline water as a way to keep our bodies toxic free and as a mechanism to help prevent and reduce the acidity in our bodies through which cancer thrive.
I hope you enjoy this interview with Dr. Dennis Black, if you want to learn more please click here to be directed to his website. You can also check out his Facebook page by clicking here.
Larry Senn the author of “Up the Mood Elevator” is one of the most engaging and interesting authors I have interviewed in quite sometime.
As you listen to our interview together you certainly will see why he wrote about moods and living life at your best. Larry is the co-founder of a organizational consulting firm called Senn Delaney which just merged with Heidrick and Struggles. The work that Larry has been involved in for the last 40 years has been cultural and personal transformational consulting. At its core, Larry will tell you that if people don’t change, then the organization has no chance of changing.
His new book “Up the Mood Elevator” is packed solid with profound principles, fascinating concepts and practical tools to improve one’s ride up and down the mood elevator. As Larry states in our interview once you understand what causes your mood and emotional changes, the better prepared you are to manage them successfully. I encourage you to listen and learn while Larry Senn and I explore the in and outs , ups and downs of moods and the simple ways we can control our minds to have a better ride on the mood elevator.
I encourage you to visit the “Up the Mood Elevator” book landing page and watch the engaging interview with Larry about his new book.