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Sue Rose has studied whole food nutrition and alternative therapies for over 40 years. She learned from some of the top physicians in the country, including Dr. Geoff and Cheri Jones, founders of the Jones Institute for Advanced Medicine (Preventive and Anti-Aging Medicine), Oak Brook, Illinois; Dr. Jonathan Miller, (classical homeopathy), San Francisco, California; Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Founder, Institute of Body-Mind Centering (movement re-education and hands-on repatterning), Amherst, Massachusetts; and Dr. John Upledger, Founder, The Upledger Institute (cranio-sacral therapy), Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. As a Certified Nutritional Counselor, Sue helped her clients lose weight, regain their positive outlook, improve memory, and increase their energy. Today, she writes books to help people uncover their intrinsic vitality and live healthier, happier lives.

September 5, 2017

Not All Who Wander are Lost

Not all who wander are lost. Sometimes, when we are open to it, we receive exactly the message we need. This must happen often, but I think we usually
March 30, 2017

The Best Single Exercise

THE BEST SINGLE EXERCISE I call this the Rotating Plank. It tones your core, arms, shoulders, legs, obliques–really EVERYTHING– and you
March 16, 2017

The Key to Losing Weight

My article showed up today on Brain Hackers.com…and it’s taken directly from my book. This is the nitty-gritty in 5 minutes, so you can
October 27, 2016

Outside Therapy!

Outside Therapy! When I woke up this morning at 6, I was considering going to the gym. But it was already warm outside, (unbelievable, as it’s
October 13, 2016

Why Am I In Such a Crappy Mood?

Why Am I In Such a Crappy Mood? Guess where those wonderful neurotransmitters that put you in a good mood (e.g. gaba, dopamine, serotonin,
August 31, 2016

6 Weeks and Cut Loose!

6 Weeks and I’m Cut Loose! At 5 1/2 weeks the x-ray showed what my surgeon described as, “picture-perfect healing”. I was cut loose
July 27, 2016

The Surgery Protocol

2 weeks post-op
(Photo: 2 Weeks Post-Op) The Surgery Protocol. Caveat: this is not medical advice…just what I do. First an update on my foot’s recovery.
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