Hurricane Updates, Blood Testing Guidelines and Upcoming Awesomeness : Video Week in Review

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We didn’t get to do a weekly video review last Friday, so today, we’ve got one for you…

This week, Ann and I talk about Hurricane Irene, blood testing guidelines, the interview clips I liked best with Dr. Leonard Coldwell and an upcoming project that hopefully will make a huge difference in your life as well as those you’re close to.

Here’s where you can check this out…

Your question of the day: Can you tell us about a time your community bonded together?

Click here, scroll down to the bottom of the page and leave your comments now!

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Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog RenegadeHealth.com — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.

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  1. Kevin,
    My name is Jimmy Peterson.
    I’m a 59 year old retired NYPD Detective Sergeant.A native New Yorker,born in the Bronx and lived in Brooklyn all my life.
    I am an avid runner,(over 35 yrs in Prospect Park)cyclist and resident gym rat.I am also quite anal about nutrition and a locavore,the Majority of my food comes from the Park Slope Food Coop and farmers markets.
    Always looking for new information and education about nutrition and healthy lifestyle.I down loaded your Go High Raw and was quite impressed.I would love to stay connected with you and learn more.I also went to Hunter College and now work part time in the Presidents Office at John Jay College for Criminal Justice.Lets be friends.

  2. LynnCS says:

    I agree, James. This is a great site to get a cross section of opinions and guidance. No dogma. Kevin and Annmarie. Glad you avoided any great damage in your area. Mostly sad for the loss of life. For the families of those who did get the brunt of the storm, I pray that some peace will come from all this terrible experience. I am a little troubled by saying that too much was made of this because it looks to me that finally we have an administration that looked at the possibilities and took action to protect people before it happened seeing what was coming. Hopefully we learned by Katrina. Better safe than sorry. I am very impressed with the coordination of the State, local, and Fed govt to make sure we were prepared in the worst case. It’s always good when a hurricane changes direction, but we can’t count on it. I want the media to reflect that possibility and be part of the team to insist on people getting to a safe area. I hope there aren’t going to be a lot of naysayers now to say it was done wrong. There will always be those people too. We need the information, so I say thank you to the media. I think they did an amazing job with the info they had. My .02 worth. Lovingly, Lynn

  3. mike says:

    hey kg and amg, i cant access my email and started a new one at pepper2979@hotmail.com if you can please switch them i cant figure out how to join your dailynewsletter. thank u!

  4. Well, I live in a very small village in Sweden and from time to time the electricity turns off if there is some storm, especially in the winter months.

    One time, it was a really bad orcan storm and the electricity was turned off for…. one week!!! And it was not any usual week, it was the christmas/new year week!!! Haha… it was horrible.. BUT our small village hold together and we helped each other with everything, like if some needed water from someonce water spring or if someone had run out of some special food that they needed. This week brought us much more closer to our neighbours and everyone gets along much better since then! =) Everything has something good, even the worse of the worse. : )

    Take care, you are the BEST!!! <3

  5. Maria says:

    I too am happy you and your families are fine, unfortunately I have friends who weren’t so fortunate and are mourning the loss of a very dear friend who was killed in the hurricane. So many lives have been shattered, even communities, and I can only suspect those affected hardly think this was a ‘boy cried wolf’ situation. There clearly is a large amount of unpredictability in these kinds of storms, it easily could have been much worse for many, and I wish more people would be grateful for the thoroughness of the precautionary measures taken that surely saved many more lives. Each life is precious. How many wish power outages were all they had to deal with? I’m a little saddened by your video…

  6. Maria says:

    I appreciate your reply Kevin. Wishes for a speedy recovery from the poison ivy.

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