Green Living with Tee
Therese "Tee" Forton-Barnes, an Environmental Toxins Health Coach (Green Living Gurus) will guide you on a road to avoid toxicants and chemicals that could cause cancer and other illnesses and lead you towards living a healthier low-tox life. On the podcast, she will help you navigate through the process of making healthier choices and inform you of alternative products and options that are not harmful to your health and also the environment. She will help you decrease your exposure to chemicals and hopefully reduce the risk of illnesses and increase your odds of a long, healthy vital life!
Michael Nicosia is a Buffalo born entrepreneur. His interest in CBD began a few years ago when some friends invited him to a Cannabis Convention in NYC. He decided to try a sample of concentrated CBD and within the hour, he felt a sense of calm and focus. He spent the day at the convention talking to a number of people in the Hemp and Marijuana industry, everyone from doctors and lawyers to growers and extractors. It was a day of information overload.
Carey is a veteran journalist, researcher, and writer with more than twenty-five years of experience in the news industry covering corporate America.
Ginny Dent Brant’s cancer diagnosis sent her on a quest to discover what caused a health nut to contract a deadly and aggressive form of breast cancer. She tells us how she changed her lifestyle and was on a mission to prevent cancer from ever coming back again.
La'Meshia Whittington is a Professor in the Division of Sociology at Meredith College. She is also the Deputy Director for Advance Carolina and the Campaigns Director for the North Carolina Black Alliance. She is the co-convener of the NC Black & Brown Policy Network, former National Democracy Campaigner for Friends of the Earth, Chairwoman of the FRENC Fund Administration, Founding member of Democracy Green, member of the Burke Women's Fund in Western NC and the former NC spokesperson on fair courts
Holly Wade is a Functional Health Coach who helps those with autoimmune illnesses create a lifestyle to support their body so that they get quality of life back. Holly has almost 30 years of experience in the Fitness & Wellness Industry and practical experience through her own personal struggle with anxiety, depression, and Crohn’s Disease. She knows first-hand the toll that stress takes on a person’s life. Her passion is to help others reconnect with the wisdom of their own bodies so tha
Nicole Oakes is a functional health and wellness coach with a diverse background in holistic health. She holds certifications in Psychology, Holistic Nutrition, and Herbal Medicine.
In this podcast, we talk with Paula Paradise, from Paradise Wines in Buffalo, NY. We chat about sustainable, organic, and biodynamic wines and how they are healthy for you as well as delicious and affordable.
Odette lives in Denver with her 2 dogs Maya and Josie. She is a principal and financial advisor with Investment Security Group. Favorite pastimes of traveling and seeing friends have been limited and look forward to it soon!
Daniel is an actor, director and producer. He is the second oldest of the four Baldwin brothers, all of whom are actors.
Tamara Rubin lives in Portland, Oregon, and is a child health advocate, author, documentary filmmaker, and mother of four sons. She has won multiple national awards for her lead poisoning prevention advocacy work. With the help and support of her readers, she does independent testing of consumer goods for toxicants including lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and antimony. She uses an x-ray fluorescent technology. Her advocacy has been covered in print in the New York Times, the New York Post, Mother
Candles can be toxic. Many are made with paraffin wax, which is a petroleum by-product and can release carcinogenic soot when burned. Soot can cause respiratory problems and will aggravate the conditions of those who already have asthma, lung, or heart problems. Many are also scented with synthetic oils which can irritate your lungs and could cause other health problems. Some candles have lead in their wicks which can be even more toxic. Exposure to high amounts of lead has been linked to hormone disrupt
Eating the right foods and filling your body with the minerals and nutrients it needs to thrive is not only beneficial for your health, but it can also help reduce your chances of developing cancer.
Susan Morreale, a breast cancer survivor explains how she took charge of her body, researched everything possible to lead a healthy life, and avoid as many chemicals as possible. She knew that water was a big part of making that change and she wanted to drink the cleanest water possible. Susan made sure that she was going to avoid as many toxic, cancer-causing chemicals as possible and she shares with us her road to recovery and clean water.
In this podcast interview, we discuss the following:
Kimberly Baca is a wellness coach and also a chef who specializes in gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, plant-based raw, and cooked foods. She is a bestselling author and speaker. Born in New York but grew up in Michigan, she made Southern California her home when seeking ways to heal her diagnosed autoimmune disorder.
Our immune system is our defense mechanism against viral, bacterial, and fungal infections. There are effective ways to boost your immune system and with a strong immune system, your body has the power to cure itself. The immune system helps to provide resistance to infections and toxicity. The key players include the thymus, bone marrow, lymph nodes—and leukocytes(white blood cells), along with a complex network of cells and proteins that make up your immune system. Without going into the scientific d
Soozie Eastman is a documentary filmmaker and short film producer. While earning her MFA in Producing for TV and Film at Chapman University she developed a profound love for educating and inspiring people through motion pictures. Soozie has taught courses in pre-production and was Director of Programs for the HUMANITAS Prize honoring writers in television and film. After working in entertainment for over a decade, she returned to her hometown of Louisville where she is currently the Executive Director of
Therese "Tee" and Aly discuss her book Non-Toxic Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World. In 2013, Dr. Aly Cohen created The Smart Human LLC, a company designed to inform public and private institutions about environmental health concerns and practical solutions to help minimize chemical exposures. Whether found in hospital neonatology intensive care units, pre-schools, or even our own homes, the 87,000 chemicals surrounding us on a daily basis, may have serious health implications; n
Sisters Tara Sasiadek and Anna Bystran explain the health benefits of Kombucha.
Jen will walk us through what 'belief clearing' is exactly and how it relates to going plant-based. She will explain how she did it with her family, and also explain all of the benefits of switching to a plant-powered diet.
Tanya takes us through 'simple shifts' that she made in her life to live healthier. Some of these include avoiding carcinogens and other chemicals, assessing your skincare products that are loaded with toxic ingredients, and changing your diet.
Andrea Amico talks about how her kids were poisoned with PFAS from drinking water in New Hampshire. PFAS are a forever chemical and they build up in our bodies and never break down in the environment. Very small doses of PFAS have been linked to cancer, reproductive and immune system harm, and other diseases.