Dr. Dean and Anne Ornish: How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases6. On Health & Wellness: [Listen Now] "Dr. Dean and Anne Ornish: How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases"

Eat well. Move more. Stress less. Love more. This is the straightforward prescription that preventive medicine expert Dr. Dean Ornish recommends for reclaiming your health and vitality from the cumulative ravages of modern living. In this special conversation from Oprah's vegetable garden in Maui, Dean and his wife, Anne, a yoga and meditation expert, share four lifestyle pillars to slow the aging process and even reverse many of the most common and costly chronic diseases, including coronary heart disease.

Read The Ornishes' book: Undo It!: How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases

Aging Well with Cybill Shepherd, Bo Derek and Beverly Johnson7. On Aging: [Listen Now] "Aging Well with Cybill Shepherd, Bo Derek and Beverly Johnson"

Getting older can feel like a profound loss—especially if you've grown accustomed to receiving an abundance of attention, praise and opportunity based on youthful good looks. In this episode, icons Cybill Shepherd, Ali MacGraw, Beverly Johnson, Jamie Lee Curtis and Bo Derek talk candidly about aging in the spotlight. Later, Oprah shares her own unique perspective on aging.

Dr. Bruce Perry: What Happened to You?8. On Trauma: [Listen Now] "Dr. Bruce Perry: What Happened to You?"

Oprah sits down with Dr. Bruce Perry, a clinical psychiatrist who has spent the last 30 years studying the role of early childhood experience (both good and bad) on brain development. In this podcast episode, Dr. Perry and Oprah discuss their book, What Happened to You?, which blends his research and her firsthand experience in service of elucidating the impact of childhood trauma on our adult lives, health and behavior. Dr. Perry also lays out clinical interventions and recommendations for healing.

Read Oprah & Dr. Bruce Perry's book: What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience and Healing

Dr. BJ Miller: How to Die9. On Death: [Listen Now] "Dr. BJ Miller: How to Die"

Dr. BJ Miller is a hospice and palliative care specialist who treats patients with life-altering and terminal illnesses at the University of California in San Francisco. In this conversation with Oprah, Dr. Miller shares his revelations about death: why it is both "sacred and unknowable"; why it's time for us to rethink the idea of death as "inherently horrible"; and what he's learned about regret by experiencing "vicarious deathbed moments" in his practice.

Read Dr. BJ Miller's book: A Beginner's Guide to the End

Anne Lamott: 3 Prayers for Challenging Times10. On Faith & Spirituality: [Listen Now] "Anne Lamott: 3 Prayers for Challenging Times"

It's easy to thank God when luck is in your favor. But what should you do in times of extreme sorrow and uncertainty? In this conversation with Oprah, best-selling author, public speaker and recovered alcoholic Anne Lamott shares a radical new way to approach prayer. Central to Lamott's perspective is the idea that prayer is a search for meaning which aims to make the wounded parts of ourselves whole again. Anger—and even complete silence—can serve as forms of prayer. "As long you're telling the truth of your heart, prayer can take on many forms," she says.

Read Anne Lamott's book: Stitches: A Handbook on Meaning, Hope and Repair

Check back regularly on the Oprah's Super Soul podcast feed for an incoming slate of inspiring new conversations with guests Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and more.


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