Ed Knighton speaks with George Alger about his journey surviving melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer. Knighton also speaks of his experience with traditional and alternative cancer treatments.
The Basics of Home Workouts
Fitness Trainer, Carlos Escarcega, speaks with George Alger about the fundamentals of home workouts and how to integrate such as a lifestyle.
Pain Management and the Fascia
Simone Fortier speaks with George Alger about pain management.
Realistic Health Goals
Dr. Daniela Torchia is a registered Dietician and Nutritionist. In this interview she speaks with Sandra Siepak about physical and emotional health as well as individual belief systems and their relationship to practical and realistic health goals.
Student’s for Eco-Education & Agriculture (SeeAg)
Mary Maranville speaks with Sandra Siepak about Student’s for Eco-Education & Agriculture (SeeAg), which is a non-profit organization that educates students about the farm origins of their food, “From field to table,” while cultivating visceral connections to the surrounding farmland
What is Pilates?
Zonnie Bauer discusses Pilates and its benefits with George Alger.
Using Nutrition to Love Yourself
Diane Kazer speaks with George Alger about good health.
Integrative Medicine: Holistic and Traditional Healing
Dr. Kenneth Kafka speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Nicole van Dam, about integrative medicine, which combines holistic ideas and therapies with traditional medical training.
Autoimmune Disorders and Women
Nancy Mura is a Food Coach on Autoimmune Disorders. In this brief interview excerpt with Our Ventura TV host, Nicole Pyle, Mura discusses the autoimmune system and the autoimmune disorder, which means the body is attacking itself.
Vegetarianism and Adrenal Exhaustion
Joanie Blaxter, representing the Ventura Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation, speaks about adrenal exhaustion and vegetarianism, from a personal perspective. She advocates that adrenal exhaustion is an epidemic and that a vegetarian diet can complicate the issue.