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Living Healthy is our alternative and holistic health program airing on local access cable television stations across the country, and on the internet. Created in 2010 by Jacqueline Bonfiglio-Naja, Jackie Bell and Paul Turgeon, the show is Recorded at WCTV Studios in Wareham, MA.

Season 4 is brought to you by Your Health Potential in association with The Women In You and Idyll Eyes Productions and is hosted by Health & Nutrition Coach Sheryl Worthington Turgeon of Your Health Potential. On Living Healthy, we share information to help you and your family live a healthier life. The program is available for cable TV programming through PegMedia.org and on DVD. You can also view the program on YouTube.com.

For more information on Living Healthy, please email Executive Producer Sheryl Worthington Turgeon.

Many thanks to Steve Ruiz and the rest of the crew at Wareham's WCTV for their help in making the show possible.

Season 5
 


Jacqueline Bonfiglio-Naja:
Creative Director

Steven Naja: Director, Audio

Sheryl W. Turgeon:
Host, Executive Producer

Paul Turgeon: Producer, Editor
 

 October, 2014
"Healing the Digestive System" Guest: John Kozinski, MEA

Everything we eat has an effect on our body and after time, our digestive systems can become compromised from what, when and how much we eat. So how can we recover from a compromised digestive system?

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential talks to author and lecturer, John Kozinski of macrobiotic.com about what causes problems in a weakened digestive system and what we can do to recover. John was a faculty member of an international natural health education institute in Massachusetts for 27 years, and director of a Connecticut natural health center for 11 years. He currently lectures and provides individual health counseling along the upper east coast and Chicago.

This episode made possible with the cooperation of our friends at The Women In You.
 

 September, 2014
"Diet, Dieting and Health" Guest: John Kozinski, MEA

When it comes to our food, we are constantly being told what to eat and what to avoid. Unfortunately the messages we get are often wrong and are constantly changing, so what are we to believe?

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential talks to author and lecturer, John Kozinski of macrobiotic.com about diet, dieting, and the effects that different diets such as Paleo and Mediterranean have on our bodies.

John Kozinski was a faculty member of an international natural health education institute in Massachusetts for 27 years and director of a Connecticut natural health center for 11 years. He currently lectures and provides individual health counseling along the upper east coast and in Chicago.
 

 August, 2014
"The Disease State" Guest: Lane Poor

Lyme disease is finally getting the attention of some good doctors and scientists, but many of them are still hesitant to go public.

In this episode, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential  talks with Author and Lyme Advocate Lane Poor of www.LymeTimeInRI.org about the different elements of Lyme Disease and the progress that is being made in getting it the attention it deserves in New England and across the country.

A twelve year veteran of "Lyme",Lane is actively working on the challenges that Lyme Disease presents and shares his extensive knowledge of the disease, the politics involved, and ways to find hope and healing with others.

This episode is brought to you by Your Health Potential and The Women In You (www.TheWomenInYou.info)
 

 July, 2014
"Science And Spirituality part 2" Guest: Dr. Eben Alexander

What would it take to change what you think about death and the afterlife?
For Renowned Neurosurgeon, Eben Alexander, it took being at death's door.

In this episode of Living Healthy, Your Health Potential is back with Dr. Alexander,, author of Proof of Heaven , for the second of a two-part follow-up conversation on how his near death experience has brought science and spirituality together for him after surviving a week in a coma.
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This episode was recorded in association with our friends at the Marion Institute at their Connecting for Change event in New Bedford MA.
 

  June, 2014
"Science And Spirituality part 1" Guest: Dr. Eben Alexander

What would it take to change what you think about death and the afterlife?
For Renowned Neurosurgeon, Eben Alexander, it took being at death's door.

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential is back with Dr. Alexander, author of Proof of Heaven, for the first of a two-part follow-up conversation on how his near death experience has brought science and spirituality together for him.

This episode was recorded in association with our friends at the Marion Institute at their Connecting for Change event in New Bedford MA.
 

  May, 2014
"Your Natural Medicine Cabinet" Guest: Burke Lennihan, RN

Today we repeatedly use medicines like antibiotics for colds and flu, cuts and scrapes, bumps and bruises, tummy upsets and much more when there are safe and effective natural alternatives.

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential talks with Registered Nurse Burke Lennihan, author of Your Natural Medicine Cabinet (www.yournaturalmedicinecabinet.com) about practical, low-cost homeopathic remedies you can purchase locally and use safely as an alternative to expensive and often harmful pharmaceutical drugs.

A Harvard alumna and health expert on Dr. Oz's Sharecare.com, Burke Lennihan has more than 30 years of experience in natural healing. She blogs for Psychology Today and practices at the Lydian Center for Innovative Healthcare in Cambridge, Mass.

This episode was recorded in association with our friends at the Marion Institute at their Connecting for Change event in New Bedford MA.

  
April 2014
"Cooking Healthy - Muffins!"
Guests: Timothy Ellis Cole and Chris Chaput

You can downoad Chris Chaput's Morning Glory Muffin recipe HERE

The word is out about processed foods—and it’s not good! But after years of relying on quick and easy foods containing trans-fats, High Fructose Corn Syrup and other toxic chemicals, how and where do we begin to prepare healthier alternatives?

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential talks with Manager and Buyer Timothy Ellis Cole and Executive Chef Chris Chaput of the How On Earth Certified Kitchen in Mattapoissett, MA about the importance of cooking using healthy ingredients and how to get started baking your own Sugar and Gluten Free Morning Glory Muffins. Together, Tim and Chris give great tips and techniques that will help you get great results using alternative flours and other natural ingredients.

How On Earth was started by Margie and Michael Baldwin in 2007 as a CSA to support local farms and sustainable communities. They have since expanded to offer a full range of local, natural and organic foods and products from surrounding areas and a restaurant, serving lunch 6 days per week.

A graphic artist from New Jersey, Timothy Ellis Cole studied culinary art in Portland, Maine and worked in kitchens throughout New England prior to becoming a buyer and manager at How on Earth.

Growing up in Quincy, MA, Chris Chaput worked in the culinary industry since the age of 14. He has worked in the Marina Bay area and on Martha’s Vineyard, where he owned a sandwich shop before taking a position as Executive Chef at How on Earth.
 

  March, 2014
"In Pursuit of Food Rights" Guest: David Gumpert

In today's world, there are Government Agencies and Corporations fighting for the right to control the food we eat. Meanwhile, small local farmers are struggling to earn a living by supplying us with healthy food.

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential talks with former Wall Street Journal writerand author of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Food Rights, David Gumpert, of DavidGumpert.com.about how this struggle affects us as consumers and what we can do to fight back. In addition to writing for The Wall Street Journal, David was editor at Harvard Business Review and his articles have appeared in Business Week, Huffington Post, The Nation and Alternet.

This episode was recorded in association with our friends at the Marion Institute at their Connecting for Change event in New Bedford MA.

 February, 2014
"Sustainability: A Realistic Option" Guest: Joan Gussow
With our planet suffering from the likes of Global Warming, Hunger and Growing Economic Inequality, those who are offering solutions are considered Unrealistic.

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Turgeon of Your Health Potential talks with Educator and Author of the book Growing, Older, Joan Gussow of www.JoansGarden.org, about realistic steps we could all take to help keep our planet alive for the long term.

A Mary Swartz Rose Professor Emerita and former Chair of the Columbia Teachers College Nutrition Education Program, Joan has served on the Food and Nutrition Board of the National Academy of Sciences, The FDA's Food Advisory Committee and The National Organic Standards Board.

This episode was recorded in association with our friends at the Marion Institute at their Connecting for Change event in New Bedford MA.

  
January, 2014
"Child Health Through Mindful Parenting"
Guest: Aurelie C. Cormier, RN, MS, APN, BC
As an adult, being a parent is one of the most complex roles we could play and choices we make for our children can impact them for life.

In this episode of Living Healthy, Sheryl Worthington Turgeon of Your Health Potential  talks with Registered Nurse, Aurelie Cormier of BeyondCancerSurvival.com about Nutritional, Chemical and Environmental factors that affect the likelihood of diseases like cancer.

With 35 years' experience as a nurse specializing in Oncology, Aurelie has worked in some of the finest hospitals in the country and has launched her website, BeyondCancerSurvival.com to share information with families concerned with cancer.

This episode was recorded in association with our friends at the Marion Institute at their Connecting for Change event in New Bedford MA.

      

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