Hardtofindseminars.com Health And Wellness



Welcome to the Hardtofindseminars.com Health and Wellness Podcast. I've spent the last five years of my life creating fascinating streaming audio interviews with big name health experts and getting them to spill the beans on their advanced secrets to staying healthy, happy and wise and I'm giving my life's work away in these podcast interviews for free. These health interviews are with some of the most influential experts on subjects such as brain training, nutrition, diet, disease cure and prevention, anecdotal medicine, as well as other important wellness topics for the whole family. Our interviews are designed to be superior to any lecture out there. They're more informative, natural, and the information is more dynamic and dense. The sheer scope of health information is mind-blowing. We hope you find this podcast informative and enjoyable.Michael Senoff Founder and CEOhttp://www.hardtofindseminars.com


  • How To Save Money And Live Better Just By Organizing Your Clutter: An Interview With Elizabeth Hagen

    30/07/2012 Duración: 52min

    Believe it or not, your messy desk could be costing you serious money every year. Not only does clutter make you feel stressed out and overwhelmed, but it also slows down your productivity. In fact, the average person spends an hour a day just looking for stuff. So in this 45-minute audio, you’ll meet Elizabeth Hagen. Elizabeth is an organizing expert who does speeches and workshops designed to help people become more efficient. And after you’re done listening to her interview, you’ll know how to manage everything from a messy desk to habitual procrastination.

  • Amazing Secrets Of Motivation That Will Enable You To Achieve Any Goal! An Interview With Tamara Lowe

    30/07/2012 Duración: 39min

    Tamara Lowe, motivational speaker and author of the best-selling book "Get Motivated" has discovered amazing secrets to motivation which are so powerful you can use them to achieve even the loftiest of goals. In fact, these motivational secrets are so potent you can even use them to motivate other people to succeed. In this interview, Tamara Lowe tells us how to crack the motivational code and get wired to be inspired. According to Tamara Lowe, each of us is motivated in a unique way. If you feel like you're not living up to your potential, it is probably because you do not understand what best motivates you. No one ever said that success has to be painful! You can motivate yourself to achieve anything you desire by honoring who you are as an individual and doing things you enjoy. Once you listen to this interview, you'll understand how motivation works and there will be no limit to what you can achieve. Once you listen to this interview, you'll understand how motivation works and there will be no limit to

  • The Cancer Conspiracy - What Your Doctors Don't Want You To Know! An Interview With Suzanne Somers

    30/07/2012 Duración: 24min

    A cancer diagnosis can instill fear in the heart of even the bravest person. There are so many different types of cancer, and so many known and potential causes of the disease. What, then, should you do if you receive a cancer diagnosis? Shouldn't you follow your oncologist's instructions? Suzanne Somers, health writer and author of the book Knockout, says maybe not. Even though this is probably the scariest time in your life and you may feel like you do not have a moment to spare, it is important for you to realize that you do have a choice as to how to treat your cancer. Suzanne Somers fought cancer over ten years ago and walked away victorious. She moved on and left it all behind her until a bizarre incident brought cancer back to the forefront of her mind. In this interview, you will hear about how Suzanne Somers became interested in learning more about cancer treatment and what she found out when she decided to do so.

  • How To Use The Power Of Your Own Curiosity To Teach Your Brain To Be Successful: An Interview With Todd Kashdan

    30/07/2012 Duración: 29min

    Anxiety is normal. If someone or something makes us intimidated, we get clammy hands and racing hearts. It’s completely natural, and not a bad response. But success can only come when you stop making the decision to avoid situations where you feel uncomfortable, and decide to open up to them instead. And that’s where curiosity comes in. According to Todd Kashdan, psychology professor and author of Curious? Discover the Missing Ingredient To A Fulfilling Life, you can use curiosity as a way to counter anxiety so you can become the person you were meant to be. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do that.

  • Genetics Scientists Uncover The Final End to All Diets! An Interview With Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo Interview

    30/07/2012 Duración: 24min

    Thanks to a powerful new diet designed to work with your unique body chemistry. Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo, naturopathic physician and author of the best-selling diet book "Eat Right 4 Your Type", has made his amazing diet program even better. His new book, "Change Your Genetic Destiny" builds on his original program by incorporating groundbreaking research from the field of genetics. In this audio interview, Dr. D'Adamo explains his remarkable new approach to achieving optimal health. Your body is unique. Stop trying to follow the latest diet trends because they seem to be working for other’s. Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo has designed a scientifically based diet that’s designed to work for you because it addresses your body's unique needs. Listen in and you’ll learn the secrets to better health.

  • Why Some People Are Always Happy, And How You Can Be One Of Them! An Interview With Marci Shimoff

    30/07/2012 Duración: 28min

    Marci Shimoff was not born happy. In fact, the author of the book "Happy For No Reason" says she was a fussy baby and an unhappy child. Her father, however, was exactly the opposite. He was always happy. Marci asked her father why he was always happy, and he could not explain why. Fortunately, Marci Shimoff was persistent in her search for an answer. She now knows why some people are happy and many are not. In this interview, Marci Shimoff reveals the science behind why you and many other people are so unhappy and the surprisingly easy things you can do about it. You don't have to live a life of unhappiness. Marci Shimoff wrote her book, "Happy For No Reason" to give you the tools you need to get happy and stay that way. Don't spend another day in misery. Spend the next 27 minutes listening to this interview, and become happier today.

  • Your Quick Reference Guide To Stress-Free Parenting: An Interview With Dr. David Swanson

    30/07/2012 Duración: 14min

    Are you feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, stressed-out? Those words don’t need to describe parenting, but often times, they do. Even the best parents give in when their children are whining, begging, throwing tantrums, or just plain making them feel guilty for saying "no." But now you have help for whatever situation comes up. And in this audio you’ll hear all about it from Dr. David Swanson, author of Help! My Kid Is Driving Me Crazy. According to him, the trick is in knowing exactly what your buttons are -- while having a quick-reference plan for what to do when those buttons get pushed. And you’ll hear how to do that in this short audio.

  • Judy Converse Interview: Yes, Your Special-Needs Child Needs To Be On A Special Diet

    30/07/2012 Duración: 30min

    Getting your kid’s nutrition right is especially important if you have a special-needs child. Otherwise, you’ll just be making things harder on your child (and yourself). But according to Judy Converse, dietician and author of Special-Needs Kids Eat Right, the biggest hurdle parents face when it comes to nutrition-care is a lack of support and literature to help them along the way. So they try to do it on their own. But without knowing the right approach, they usually end up unintentionally making their child’s symptoms worse. Nutrition deals with a whole host of variables -- chemical balances, allergies, intolerances, food sensitivities, etc. And every child is different. But there is a way to get things right, and in this audio, you’ll hear how.

  • 5 Simple Changes To Make Today That Will Help Prevent Heart Disease, Diabetes, And Cancer: An Interview With Jeff Novick

    30/07/2012 Duración: 43min

    According to Jeff Novick, famous dietician, author, and health expert, people in the United States spend way too much time and energy hyping "early detection" as a way to cure disease when that kind of care does nothing to reduce the risk for disease -- it just let’s you know you have it sooner. However, there are five simple lifestyle choices recommended by the World Health Organization that will significantly change your life by reducing your chance for heart disease and diabetes by up to 80% and cancer by 40%. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about them.

  • Stop Suffering Now The Only Rx You’ll Need For Whatever You’re Suffering From -- Depression, Migraines, Dementia, Chronic Fatigue, PMS, ADD: An Interview With Dr. Mark Hyman

    30/07/2012 Duración: 20min

    Most of us walk around in kind of a sluggish state. We never really feel 100%, whether it’s because of depression, not sleeping right, or maybe we’re just having a hard time focusing and functioning. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. What if there was an easy drug-free fix that could give you a life of energy and vitality, no matter how old you are? You’d probably guess it involves changing your diet and exercise. And you’d be right. But that’s not as vague as it sounds. There’s actually a customizable way that involves diagnosing your own "sick symptoms," finding out where your deficiencies are, and matching them up with a nutritional plan so that you fix your health fast and in a lasting way that no medication could ever duplicate.

  • The Secret To Curing Alcoholism - Stop Trying So Hard: An Interview With David Sinclair On His New Breakthrough Method

    30/07/2012 Duración: 43min

    David Sinclair PhD stumbled onto his innovative research as a student in the late 1960s. He noticed that detoxed lab rats jumped at the chance to guzzle alcohol even though they’d been clean and sober for weeks. That research showed there was a definite "craving" for the drug that didn’t just go away with the standard treatment of rehabilitation and abstinence. Turns out, those cravings are caused because drinking alcohol releases endorphins in the brain. So the cure could be simple -- develop a way to block those endorphins and people would reduce their alcohol intake on their own, without consciously trying. That process is now a reality, known as the Sinclair Method. With the method, all you have to do is take a pill every time you drink, and before you know it, your drinking will be under control without any effort. No cravings. No stigmas. No hassles. And in this audio, you’ll hear exactly how it all works from David Sinclair himself.

  • The Secret To Finding A SoulMate At Any Age: An Interview With Arielle Ford

    30/07/2012 Duración: 21min

    It doesn’t matter if you’re 24, 44, or 104; you can find your perfect match -- even if you’re sure all the good ones are taken. Arielle Ford, author of The Soulmate Secret, found her true love at the age of 44. And in this audio, you’ll hear how she did it and how she’s helped countless others do the same. The trick is in knowing yourself well enough to figure out what you need in a partner. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do that. Finding true love is definitely a process that starts with you. But Arielle says not to worry -- it’s a fun process. And in this audio, you’ll hear all the strategies you can take to pull more love into your life, and find that perfect match.

  • The Big Green Purse: Easy Concrete Steps For Going Green On A Budget With Diane MacEachern

    30/07/2012 Duración: 28min

    Although you may think your house is clean and safe, according to Diane MacEachern, author of The Big Green Purse, toxins are everywhere. From the plastic we store our food in to the very products we use to make things cleaner, the chemicals in everyday household items may be making us sick. So, Diane says we have a responsibility to our family, our budget, and to the environment to be choosy when it comes to our spending power. If we can shift $1,000 of our family’s yearly household budget to greener products, it will send a strong message to manufacturers that consumers care about their health, safety and planet.

  • The Amazing Story Of How One Child Recovered From Autism: An Interview With Leeann Whiffen

    27/07/2012 Duración: 30min

    Leeann Whiffen's son Clay was about 16 months old when she started noticing a change in his behavior. His normal, happy disposition and language skills were suddenly replaced with a lack of eye contact and severe tantrums. It didn’t take long for doctors to diagnose Clay with autism. And soon after the diagnosis, Leeann found herself on a journey to find, and fight for, the treatments that would eventually lead to his recovery. Now she’s the author of the hit book A Child’s Journey Out Of Autism, and is fighting to pass legislation that will force insurance companies to pay for necessary treatments to help autism. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about her incredible story. According to Leeann, early detection and treatment is absolutely critical for recovery to be a possibility. But fortunately, there are a lot of resources available for parents to turn to, if you know where to look. And this interview will tell you how to get started. This is an exclusive interview from Michael Senoff's www.hardtofinds

  • Dr. Alan Greene Interview: How To Raise A Healthy Child In A Toxic World

    27/07/2012 Duración: 24min

    In 1988, autism was diagnosed in about 1 out of 10,000 people. Now, it’s about 1 in 100. Asthma has quadrupled since the 1980s, and ADHD has increased by more than 150%. Although some increases are expected as awareness of a disorder goes up, numbers don’t lie and these numbers are astronomical. And because our genetics haven’t changed since the 1980s, scientists are left to believe it’s actually our environment causing many of our major health problems. But fortunately, that doesn’t mean we’re all doomed. And in this interview with Dr. Alan Greene, pediatrician and author of Feeding Baby Green, you’ll hear simple strategies you can take that will keep your family healthy, even in an environment that seems to be poisoning them. Parents can’t afford to wait for government regulation to catch up with what scientists already know. We need to be as educated as we possibly can in this day, age, and environment. And this audio is a great place to start. This is an exclusive interview from Michael Senoff's www.ha

  • How To Stop Screwing Yourself Out Of Success: An Interview With Legendary Life Coach Debbie Ford

    27/07/2012 Duración: 24min

    If you’re like most people, you’ve probably been unconsciously punishing yourself for the regrets and failures in your life -- essentially screwing yourself out of happiness and success without even knowing it. But in this audio, you’ll hear how to stop that cycle once and for all from Debbie Ford, author of Why Good People Do Bad Things. According to her, the first thing we have to do is recognize our faults and forgive ourselves for being human. Hiding and suppressing our true feelings is like holding a beach ball under water it will come to the surface, and usually in a surprising way. So in this audio, you’ll hear the steps you can take to get back in touch with your authentic self, trust your instincts, and reclaim your self-esteem. According to Debbie, everyone has a dark side, but it’s not a bad thing. It’s when we don’t have compassion for our mistakes and impulses that will actually be our downfall. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to stop letting guilt and fear lead you to failure and instead

  • Dr. Ned Hallowell: ADHD AND LOVE -- Real Help For Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Children That Will Keep The Whole Family On Track

    27/07/2012 Duración: 15min

    For a child with ADD/ADHD, even the simplest of tasks can be a huge struggle. And parents may find themselves worn down and frustrated with kids who seem "spacey" or "hyper" while needing constant reminders just to stay on track. But according to Ned Hallowell, psychiatrist and author of Superparenting For ADD, there is hope. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to find the strengths and talents of your ADD child, while also helping them stay focused and happy. According to Ned, love is the best (and most obvious) intervention, but unfortunately it’s also the one that may get lost along the way. Many kids with ADD encounter constant reprimands and reminders about how they’re doing things wrong. And as a result, their self-esteem may easily become damaged. But fortunately, ADD is manageable and shouldn’t hold a child back from achieving at any level. In fact, many famous artists, CEOs, doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and athletes have ADD. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to help your child unwrap his tale

  • Finally, A Treatment Plan For Dyslexics That’s Not Just A Band-Aid For Their Symptoms: An Interview With Ron Davis

    27/07/2012 Duración: 37min

    The average person reads by "thinking in sounds" at a pace of about 2-8 words per second. The average dyslexic doesn’t think in sounds. They think by picturing images at a rate of 32 images per second! Because they think at this much faster pace, when they come across a word they don’t have an image for (like "the" or "and"), they stumble into a state of disorientation that we see as "dyslexia" (mixing letters, seeing things backwards, etc.). But fortunately there is help. Ron Davis, author of The Gift Of Dyslexia and a dyslexic himself, says dyslexics are just highly creative people who think differently than most. So we can’t expect traditional methods for reading to work for them. And in this audio, you’ll hear the revolutionary approach that does work. Well-meaning parents, teachers and friends of dyslexics may unknowingly be making their loved ones’ problems worse. But if you know the facts and the triggers, you can put an action plan in place that will actually work for dyslexics of every age. And in

  • All About The Little-Known Method More Than Half The Teachers In "The Secret" Use To Rise To The Top Of Any Situation: An Interview With Hale Dwoskin

    27/07/2012 Duración: 25min

    Have you ever noticed how some people can use adversity (no matter how bad it is) as a stepping-stone to greatness, time and time again? Well, there’s actually a method they use to do that. It’s called the Sedona Method, and in this audio, you’ll hear all about it. Hale Dwoskin, one of the famed teachers in the Secret, says the secret to wealth and success is to stop treating your emotions like they’re facts. You can’t change an experience. If you lose your job, you’ve lost your job. There’s no changing that. But you can change the way you react to it. In fact with the Sedona Method, you can actually use it to rise to greatness. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to immediately release the kind of emotional baggage that can keep even the strongest of people down when hard times hit. Hale says that all the greatness you’ve ever sought is already in you. You just have to learn to look within yourself and find it. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do that. This is an exclusive interview from Michael Seno

  • Jim Abrahams Interview: Finally! Maybe An Easy Cure For Epilepsy

    27/07/2012 Duración: 26min

    In the early 1990s, Jim Abraham’s one-year-old son, Charlie, started having violent, terrible seizures. Doctors couldn’t figure out why, so they did what doctors do. They medicated him. Again. And again. With strong drugs and devastating side effects, but no stop in the seizures. Then, doctors decided brain surgery might help. They were wrong there too. So they told Jim there was no hope. Poor little Charlie was probably going to end up mentally retarded from all the brain damage being caused by his seizures. Fortunately for Jim, the doctors were wrong once again. Jim found a treatment for his son that didn’t involve medicine or operations. It simply involved a change in the boy’s diet. And after only a few short days, Charlie’s seizures stopped… for good. But here’s the most amazing part. Doctors have known about this dietary therapy for almost a century! And in this audio, you’ll hear all about the cure and the cover up. Epilepsy isn’t the devastating diagnosis it used to be. Charlie is now a healthy you

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