Super Soul Sunday
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Posted: Thu 10/20/2011 02:10 PM
If you are tuned in to OWN or checking out this website, it means you are most certainly interested in personal growth and evolution. You want to push yourself to be healthier, feel more connected in a soulful way, and be a change agent in the world. In all of us, I believe, is that impulse to advance and develop skills to be better, happier, more productive human beings. So here's the million-dollar question: How do we do that?
Posted: Thu 10/20/2011 12:42 PM
She's showing cancer who's boss by living her craziest, sexiest, healthiest life. Start living yours with seven simple tips from Kris!
1. Get back to nature and back to the garden, preferably the organic garden when affordable. When not, choose fruits and veggies that are sprayed less. Find the Shopper's Guide to Pesticides at FoodNews.org. There are over 80,000 chemicals in our world today; eating them and putting them on our bodies impairs our immune systems.
2. Eat an anti-inflammatory diet. Learn about the health detriments of inflammatory foods (wheat, gluten, dairy, meat, sugar, coffee, soda, energy drinks, alcohol, processed foods—aka the white stuff). Say goodbye to the standard American diet (acidic and inflammatory) in favor of alkaline organic veggies, sprouts, green drinks, green smoothies, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, oxygen and peace.
Get the rest of Kris' advice!
Posted: Wed 10/19/2011 11:12 AM
Greetings OWN fans!
It’s been nearly 9 years since I was diagnosed with an incurable, stage IV cancer on Valentine’s Day in 2003. So much has changed since that time. I had no idea how much cancer would shape my life and my work. Because I’ve never had the opportunity to be treated, I made it my mission to learn as much about my body as possible. If I couldn’t be cured, perhaps I still could be healthy. But boy did I have a huge learning curve! I knew nothing about how to eat, manage stress, build my immune system or even how to be kind to myself. Cancer changed all that.
When the first doctor I spoke with suggested I undergo a triple organ transplant (I have tumors in both my lungs and my liver), I knew that wasn’t for me, and I’d have to learn how to be my best advocate and friend. I often tell people that I learned how to become the CEO of me. I hired, I fired, and I ultimately built my Crazy Sexy longevity team – a team of doctors and practitioners that keep me on the wellness track!
Speaking of the title, Crazy Sexy. I bet you’re wondering where I got the name...
Posted: Mon 10/17/2011 12:58 PM
Catch the first minute of next week's "Super Soul Sunday"! Find out why a cancer diagnosis doesn't mean life is over when "Super Soul Sunday" presents the film Crazy Sexy Cancer. Plus, get great ideas for healthy living from author Kathy Freston. Watch now!
Posted: Sun 10/16/2011 10:32 AM
While Oprah interviews Jonas Elrod for "Oprah's Soul Series," he admits he can actually see spirits in the studio at that moment! Find out what color Oprah's aura is and what it says about who she is as a person.