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    Tips For Dating While You’re Chronically Ill

      A lot of us with chronic illness feel uncomfortable with dating because we're literally sick and tired, but also because we tend to be ashamed, embarrassed or unsure about what the other person will think. The greatest thing you can do to overcome the latter feelings is to remind yourself that the right person is —Read More

    #TBYHDC Speaker Sharon Rainey On Healing From Emotional Trauma

    How did you originally connect with Robin and the Take Back Your Health Conference™? Robin was introduced to me when she was still in high school and just starting this journey. She had made the connection to healing from Rheumatoid Arthritis and food, and she wanted to share her experience, strength and hope with me. —Read More

    The 6 Steps to Take Back Your Health™

      The journey to Take Back Your Health can be frustrating and confusing, especially with all the conflicting opinions around food, things you need to avoid, supplements to take, and habits to change. There are 6 basic things that all of us health experts can agree on though, and they are outlined in this video. —Read More

    #TBYHDC Speaker Debi Silber Explains Why We Sabotage Ourselves

    This week I interviewed Debi Silber on her life, her health challenges and how she became an inspiring example of how we can all move in the direction of health and happiness once we start making little changes... ****** If you don't mind diving right in, can you share a health struggle you've experienced over the —Read More

    Eden Foods: Tuscan White Bean Dip And #TBYHLA Food Demo Recap

      We want to send a big thank you to Eden Organic Foods for providing organic ingredients for our Food Demonstrations at the recent Take Back Your Health Los Angeles Conference. I first reached out to Eden because they produce foods that are organic, nutrient-dense and grounding. They also use pine resin to line their cans, instead —Read More

    Comparing Vaccines Vs. “Green Vaccines” In Building Immunity To Childhood Diseases

      Here are some brief notes form the interview: Cilla Whatcott holds a B.A. degree from Arizona State University, a diploma from the four year professional program at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, Minneapolis, MN and a PhD from Kingdom College. She served as a member of the research faculty at The American Medical College of —Read More

    Get A Personal Tour Inside #TBYHLA With Robin!

    We're excited to release our first feature video from inside Take Back Your Health Los Angeles! In the video, I spend some time interviewing our exhibitors and sponsors, like Saunaspace and Vital Choice Seafood. Bulletproof and I also made a delicious cup of organic coffee in the video and my butter mustache gets a close-up! —Read More

    TBYH Success Story: Single Father With Lyme Disease Recovers His Health

    Patrick Hoffman, a client of mine since 2015, has been recovering from Lyme disease while working fulltime and raising two boys. He's gone through some challenges along the way, but he committed to nutrition changes and saw the difference it made. Patrick owns an energy consulting business and helps people switch to alternative energy in —Read More

    #TBYHDC Speaker Chef Frank Giglio Gives Kitchen Tips For Busy Parents

      What's your biggest personal struggle with your food/diet/eating habits? It comes with the territory, but cooks tend to taste food often as they are preparing meals. Because of this, I tend to snack more and skip meals. I know from experience that I do much better having 2-3 meals a day, so it's a —Read More

    How Does #TBYHDC Speaker Andrea Beaman Sustain Her Energy, Health and Happiness?

      What are some of your personal favorite healthy foods? That depends on the season. My personal favorite healthy foods change all year round. For example, in the summertime watermelon is my all time favorite food. I could eat it almost everyday, especially when it's hot and humid and sticky as heck. In the fall, —Read More