Find Out How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Gab with the Gurus Presents Dr. Joel Kahn, America's Healthy Heart Doc

February is American Heart Month, and it’s time to talk about heart disease, which is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, one in four deaths are due to heart disease.

But heart disease often can be prevented by making healthy choices.

In this Gab with the Gurus Show, we talk to Dr. Joel Kahn, America’s Healthy Heart Doc, who practices a unique brand of Eastern and Western medicine.

Dr. Kahn, who is author of The Plant Based SolutionThe Whole Heart Solution and Dead Execs Don’t Get Bonuses. 

He is also founder of the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity, owner of GreenSpace Cafe in Royal Oak and Ferndale, Michigan and a professor at Wayne State University Medical School.

In our Gab with the Gurus Show, Dr. Kahn will tell you:

Upgrade Your Vibes with Robyn Openshaw

Catch My Interview with This Expert on on Gab with the Gurus

You know how you feel depleted or energized when you eat certain foods or hang out with certain people?

Likewise, you may feel melancholy or happy while imbibing other foods or thinking various thoughts.

Or do you get down and have a tough time lifting your spirits?

It’s time to pay attention and raise your vibes,  according to bestselling author Robyn Openshaw, author of the new book, Vibe: Unlock the Energetic Frequencies of Health, Love and Success,.

In Vibe, Openshaw — a former psychotherapist, university professor, author of 15 books and healthy living advocate — tells you how foods have vibes, which can impact both your physical and emotional health.

The “Green Smoothie Girl” — also the name of her popular site — appears on the Gab with the Gurus Show to help you make simple tweaks so you can raise your vibes, get more energy and feel better.



Dr. David Perlmutter

Friday Favorites: Catch this Popular Gab with the Gurus Podcast to Find Out How Grains are Messing Up Your Brain

PerlmutterIf you’re into breads, chips and other carbs, it’s time to get your brain blown away.

Find out about how gluten and carbs from renowned neurologist David Perlmutter, M.D., author of the fabulous book, Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar — Your Brain’s Silent Killers, who appeared on my Gab with the Gurus Show.

Dr. Perlmutter — a board-certified neurologist and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition — has come to recognition for blowing the lid off a topic that’s been buried in medical literature for far too long — grains are destroying your brain.

But he’s not talking about just unhealthy carbs. He’s also talking about whole grain.

On this Gab with the Gurus show — a listener favorite — you’ll discover how:

  • You can choose not to become diabetic by cutting back on carbs and eating more fat.
  • Wheat bread is higher on the Glycemic Index than a candy bar, pure sugar or white bread.
  • Even whole grains are dangerous.
  • You can grow new brain cells at any age.
  • Even so-called healthy carbs such as whole grains can cause dementia, ADHD, anxiety, chronic headaches, and depression.
  • Eating grains can make you gain weight.
  • The more overweight you are, the more rapidly your brain will shrink.
  • To recognize hidden sources of carbs.
  • There’s a little-known connection between ADHD and grains.
  • High blood sugar increases your risk for dementia, for which there’s no current medical fix.
  • Fats are healthy and how diabetes soared three-fold when people began to cut out fat.
  • Exercise can help your brain.
  • Your brain thrives on fat and cholesterol.
  • 10 percent of those with schizophrenia can be cured without drugs by going gluten-free.
  • You can take control of your “smart genes” through smart dietary choices and lifestyle habits.

Dr. Perlmutter will tell you on Gab with the Gurus:

To tune into the show either live or later, go here.

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Sugar is Addictive

Learn How the Research Shows You May Be Hooked

Do you find it hard to say no to sugary foods?

Cookies BowlIf so, you may be addicted to sugar.

In recent years, scientists have discovered fascinating findings, which reveal what sugaraholics have been feeling for years — they may be addicted.

Learn how in this fascinating episode of Gab with the Gurus, when I interviewed neuroscientist and addiction expert Nicole Avena, Ph.D., who has been conducting studies related to sugar and its addictive properties for the past 10 years.

If you’re a sugar addict, you definitely want to listen to this show.


Get Inspired by Anti-Sugar & Exercise Pioneer Jack LaLanne

Let the Fitness Guru Motivate You as You Make New Year's Resolutions

As you make your New Year’s Resolutions, I invite you to get inspired by the fitness and anti-sugar pioneer Jack LaLanne, who passed away five years ago at  the age of 96.  Although he is no longer with us, his motivating message can get you motivated in a big way.

Listen now to this energetic, enthusiastic, legendary health expert, who I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing  several times, including when I presented an award to him in person.

This remarkable health guru was far ahead of his times.

Indeed, decades before Americans realized the value of fitness, Jack opened his first own health spa and, of course, worked out regularly himself.

In addition, decades before people knew that sugar was bad for you, Jack spurned the sweet stuff.

More importantly, because of Jack LaLanne’s determination to stay healthy, fit and happy, he thrived.

The idea of “just surviving” or “getting by” was completely  foreign to him.

Now, listen to this Gab with the Gurus show in honor of Jack LaLanne.

As I mentioned here, I’ve had the pleasure to interview Jack several times.

I encourage you to listen now to my Tribute Show to Jack LaLanne, the enthusiastic, energetic Kind of Fitness and Sugar-Free Pioneer. (The tribute includes my interview with Jack LaLanne on May 1, 2008, right after I’d celebrated 10 years sugar free.)

Please join me anytime. I invite you to listen to my Tribute Show now.

Listen now.

What most inspires you about my Gab with the Gurus interview with the fitness giant?

Learn How to be a “Healthy Conscious Traveler”

Dr. Robyn Benson Tells You How on Gab with the Gurus

Are you headed out of town next holiday weekend? Do you travel a lot by plane, train or automobile? And when you visit places on the other side of the country or world, do you know how to be Healthy on the Road? Listen to this week’s Gab with the Gurus guest, who will help you learn the secrets to healthy traveling.CB-Book1and2
On today’s Gab with the Gurus Show, my guest, Dr. Robyn Benson, author of The Healthy Conscious Traveler: 8 Pathways to Smart and Effortless Travel, will give you tips on how to stay refreshed, energized and protected while you’re traveling.

For those of you doing end-of-summer traveling, you’ll want to tune into this Gab with the Gurus Show to discover:

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Watch “That Sugar Film,” a Fun Shockumentary That Blows the Lid on So-Called “Healthy” Foods

Australian Actor/Director Damon Gameau Sheds Light on Sneaky Hidden Sugars in Processed Foods

If you eat processed foods out of boxes, cans, jars, and packages, you must watch That Sugar Film, an amusing, new shockumentary (shocking documentary), which reveals how eating allegedly “healthy foods” can, in fact, demolish your health.


Australian Director/actor Damon Gameau — who is today’s special Gab with the Gurus guest — will blow you away when you discover what happened to his poor body in a mere 60 days, when he consumed processed foods full of Sneaky Hidden Sugars, as I call them.

You will be so shocked but also entertained while find out how Gameau’s health disintegrated in a mere six weeks.

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Should You Never Diet Again?

Professor Traci Mann, Ph.D., Author of Secrets from the Eating Lab, Blasts Weight Loss Myths

Are you frustrated that you often blow your diet?

CBscale help!Do you feel that you lack will power?

So does this mean that you should never diet again?

After 20 years of researching eating, psychology professor Traci Mann, Ph.D., has come up with intriguing theories, which she shares in her new book, Secrets From the Eating Lab: The Science of Weight Loss, the Myth of Willpower, and Why You Should Never Diet Again.

Dr. Mann, who I interviewed on my Gab with the Gurus Show, offered her findings on dieting.

For instance, Dr. Mann maintains that diets don’t lead to long-term weight loss.

She also contends that if you’ve regained weight you’ve lost, it’s not because you lack will power.


Learn How to Heal Your Dogs & Cats

Veterinarian Dr. Dennis Thomas Tells You on Gab with the Gurus How Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs & Good Nutrition Help Your Pets

Although centuries ago, dogs weren’t considered man’s best friend, in recent times, pets have become wildly popular.

In the United States alone, people own some 70 to 80 million dogs and 74 to 96 million cats, which means 37 to 47 percent of U.S. households have a dog, and 30 to 37% own a cat, according to the American Pet Products Association.

You pet owners have other reasons to rejoice.  Appreciating and playing with your canine or feline friend improves your health.

In fact, touching or stroking your furry friends could help reduce your stress (even positively affecting your cortisol, heart rate and blood pressure), improve your mental and physical health, reduce your aggression, and activate the much-touted hormone oxytocin, according to a recent review of research.

Oxytocin, as you may already know, is the much-acclaimed love hormone or cuddle chemical, which is released during sex or breastfeeding.

If pets are so good for us, it makes sense to take good care of them, right?

On today’s special Gab with the Gurus Show, my guest, Dr. Dennis Thomas, a long-time veterinarian and author of the new Hay House book, Whole-Pet Healing: A Head-to-Tail Guide to Caring for and Connecting with Your Animal Companion will tell you how to take the very best care of your beloved pet.


Get Tips to Help Your Ailing Parents on Gab with the Gurus

p>Jacqueline MarcellAre you a caregiver — full-time or part-time for your ailing parents or grandparents, who are behaving angrily or erratically and may be suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease?

If so, I encourage you to catch my most recent Gab with the Gurus Show with Jacqueline Marcell, who is now on a mission to provide solutions and hope to caregivers, help improve eldercare laws, show healthcare professionals how to better help families, encourage Alzheimer’s research funding, bring attention to early diagnosis, prevent elder abuse, and bring attention to funding for Adult Day Care Services, which “saved” her parents’ lives ad well as her own.

Jacqueline will give you 6 tips to help you through this challenging time of standing by your loved one(s).

Listen to the show here. And spread the word to your friends also caring for their ailing parents.

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And make sure to catch next week’s Gab with the Gurus Show with renowned neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter, who talks about the phenomenon of what he dubs Grain Brain.