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Host and Guest Speaker:Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo interviews Sheree Clark
In this show you’ll learn:
- How creating a roadmap for your life will help you at those forks in the road.
- How an imbalance in one area of your life can affect other areas.
- How to incorporate simple yet delicious foods into your day to help during those crossroads.
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Many—perhaps even most—people who have come to embrace a healthier lifestyle arrived at their “fork in the road” because of an event in their lives. For some individuals a serious condition such as a frightening diagnosis or morbid obesity thrusts them into an I’m-willing-to-try-anything place. For others, the decision to get help is the result of witnessing friends who are thriving by living in a conscious way. Some people want to plunge in immediately and make big changes overnight, but more often it’s a gradual changeover: the adoption of one or two new healthy habits fuels the desire to see even greater results and to try still more new things.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Sheree Clark as they discuss the reasons that bring you to a place where you are looking at the direction you are going. Through them you will see that you can embark on a journey that will affect many areas of your life. A healthier lifestyle is about more than just what you put in your mouth. It’s about viewing yourself—and the things you allow into your life—in a holistic and integrated way.
Sheree Clark is a holistic health and nutrition counselor. Through her private practice called Fork in the Road, Sheree helps empower individuals, families and corporate groups to get the most out of life by improving their health. She offers lectures, classes, hands-on workshops, coaching, and consultations in the Des Moines, Iowa area, as well as nationwide.
Sheree attended the Living Light Culinary Institute in Fort Bragg, California, where she studied the science of raw food nutrition and raw food culinary arts. In 2010, Living Light voted Sheree “Hot Raw Chef” for her Chocolate Jalapeno Popper recipe. Sheree is a presenter, teacher, and motivator, as well as the author of numerous feature articles on health, nutrition, and related topics. This summer marks the 2nd season of her weekly lifestyle TV show, Fork in the Road with Sheree Clark. Each week, Sheree provides inspiration for a healthier lifestyle by taking viewers on field trips to food producers and health practitioners. She interviews lifestyle experts, as well as everyday people, and shares her own recipes and kitchen tips.
You can sign up for Sheree’s monthly e-zine, “That’s Forkin’ Amazing,” at her website, “Fork in the Road.” You can also get her award-winning recipe for Chocolate Jalapeno Poppers, along with the recipe of the week.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that food plays in your health, and strategies for planning your meals for you to live your life full of energy and vitality.
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