Category Archives: Life & Living with Joanna Gagis

Kirk Charles on Staying Healthy

Certified personal trainer Kirk Charles sat with Joanna Gagis on “A Life & Living Moment” to offer tips and tools to stay healthy.

“I believe we should all be eating predominantly plant food,” Charles says. The type of plant food best for you is determined by what part of the world you’re from.  “The best ratio for you,” Charles concludes, “would be 90-95% plant and maybe 5% meat products.”

Kirk Charles is a Master Trainer at the New York Sports Club. He is also the author of “Live in the Power Zone” and has written more than 50 nationally published articles. For more than ten years, he has given presentations on enhancing personal performance and business development.
 
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George Oliphant Shares Inspiration to Help Families

George Oliphant, host of NBC‘s “George to the Rescue,” sat with Joanna Gagis on “A Life & Living Moment” to discuss improving the lives of families in need through home renovations.

“I like to say that it’s a human interest show with a home improvement angle,” Oliphant says of “George to the Rescue.” On the show, he is paired up with contractors and designers to rescue the homes of deserving people.

“A lot of times, we like to help people who help others,” he states. “We just want to do something for them that they aren’t able to do for themselves.”

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Diane Schwartz  on the Impact of Stress

 Diane Schwartz, MD, Internist at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, sat with Joanna Gagis on “A Life & Living Moment” to discuss how stress impacts the body both physically and mentally.

High blood pressure is an example of a physical ailment that we see as a result of stress. “If somebody has a family history or a genetic predisposition,” Schwartz says, “this could be brought out by being stressed all the time.”

“Also, clinical depression, anxiety, panic disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder are brought to a level with which it will be needed to be treated with medication,” Schwartz  states.

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