Category: Acupuncture

How to Have Sex (if you’re trying to conceive).

I’m going to presume you pretty much have a handle on how to have sex. If you’re looking for inspiration, however, I did write a book on this subject. It’s called Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido and you can buy it here or pick up a copy in our center.


Chinese Medicine is Energy Medicine

Did you know that acupuncture is one of the most ancient forms of energy medicine?

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So, You’ve Tried Almond Milk; What About Golden Milk?

Jill visits the Hudson-Chatham Winery to talk to Carlo DeVito about his journey from wine critic to winemaker. Jill and Carlo discuss how wine is made and some of the unexpected pitfalls of running a vineyard. Then Jill is in the kitchen with Chinese medicine practitioner Heidi Lovie who shares her recipe for Golden Milk, […]

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Supernatural Squad Goals

MaryAnn DiMarco is a psychic-medium who has been able to see the other side since she was child. She’s the author of a new book called Believe, Ask, Act where she explains how to tap into your “celestial team” to get advice. Jill asks her how we can all develop our intuition and open up […]


Cupping: Not Just an Olympic-sized Trend

A large portion of our country may have only just now become familiar with the ancient medical art modernly known as “cupping,” but it’s far from being a recent trend. As with so many other things, cupping has gained momentous notoriety in the past several days, thanks to famous athletes sporting their very own circular […]


Lyme Disease: How Often Are We Misdiagnosed?

Jill takes a trip down to the farm store at Little Ghent Farm to talk to Mimi Beaven about her new book on preserving and jam making. Mimi’s also know for making excellent sourdough bread and she talks to Jill about cooking and baking on a farm. We then join Jill in the kitchen with self-nourishment coach Jeanette Bronée who shows […]


What do Boxing and Meditation Have in Common?

Jill sits down with John Gilbert from Berry Farm to ask him about hydroponic gardening on this week’s Grow section. Hydroponics, simply put, is the process by which one grows produce without soil. So if you’re not using any soil, then what are you using? A combination process of growing your produce in water, and then manually […]


Steve Sando, of Rancho Gordo, Shows us his Favorite Bean Recipe!

Steve Sando founded Rancho Gordo, a company that grows and distributes heirloom beans. Jill chats with Steve and asks him about his favorite beans and how to cook them. Then Jill joins Self-Nourishment Coach Jeannette Bronee in the kitchen where she makes two savory smoothies to drink on the go. The first is a watermelon […]


What Exactly is the Fertile Fizz?

This is Jill’s 30th episode of Jill’s CBS radio show, Grow Cook Heal! For this show Jill decided to go back to her roots and dedicate the entire episode to the subject of fertility. 


Cook For Your Life

Jill has dedicated the entirety of this episode of GCH to looking at how cancer patients can get the best support alongside their treatment. She spoke with Anne Ogden, a two-time cancer survivor and creator Cook For Your Life, a non-profit organization that teaches people how to cook healthy and nourishing meals for those who […]


Should We Be Eating More Dirt?

On this week’s show episode of CBS’ Grow Cook Heal, Jill pays a visit to Dogwood Farm in upstate New York, where she talks to farmers (and partners) Hilary Corsun and Sarah Quebers, she gets in the kitchen with Sunita Kumar Nair to cook a vegetarian side dish that her grandma used to cook and finally, she talks to […]

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If You Can’t Beet ‘Em, Join ‘Em!

Whether they’re roasted, pickled, or blended in your juices: beets are just the best! They’re delicious, nutritious, and let’s take a moment to appreciate that they’re just the most gorgeous color! I, along with so many others, have a love for beets and so I decided to dig a little deeper. What exactly is it about beets […]

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