Is It Time For A Gut Check? with Pamela Nathan
Have you ever had that feeling in the pit of your stomach because the stress in your life has hit an all time high? Do you quit eating or eat the wrong things for you when you’re stressed? Do you just feel sick to your stomach when things aren’t going right in your life? Stress takes a toll on our bodies and guest Pamela Nathan join us for this show to help us understand the chain of events that gets us to this point. Tune in to learn about the latest discoveries about the health of our guts and how through caring for our physical self we can help our emotional self.
Pamela Nathan was born in Johannesburg, South Africa where she obtained her B.A. in Psychology from Witwatersrand University. She earned a graduate degree in teaching and counseling and settled into the life of mother and homemaker. While raising three children, all of whom suffered from serious allergies and severe life threatening asthma, she desperately branched out of main-stream medical practices into realms of alternative medicine. This led to post-graduate work at Lindlahr College of Natural Therapeutics, South Africa, where she earned a degree in homeopathic medicine. She was the first teacher of Homeopathy at PCOM.
Pamela immigrated to California in 1979 and was recruited to assist physicians by the newly formed California Clinic of Preventive Medicine. That was when she was introduced to Acupuncture and graduated in 1986. Pamela founded her own center, Ecology Health Center, in 1992 and was able to further explore the various techniques and practices that enhanced health and well being.
In 1996 and 1997 she co-authored research studies on the effectiveness of her behavior modification program which was presented at annual reproductive medicine meetings. The studies documented a dramatic 42% and 43% reduction in subjective stress level scores.
Pamela's unique approach to complementary health care combines both Western and Eastern philosophies using techniques and products that promote long term benefits. Through treatment, education, behavior modification and supplementation participants in her programs see remarkable improvements in their sense of well being. She specializes in treatment of digestive disorders. In the last 2 years she has come out with her own line of supplements. Visit her websites at goodgutsolution.com and stresshelpcenter.com for more information.
About Cheryl Maloney:
Cheryl first started writing a blog in 2009 when she was an out-of-work, out-of-shape, over-fifty corporate executive, collecting unemployment, questioning her own worth, dealing with her husband Jack’s scary health diagnoses and beating herself up for the stupid financial mistakes she had made.
After months of writing daily, she started posting her thoughts on Facebook in March 2009. Believing she was not alone in her challenges … she came to realize was that there are more people dealing with some major issue in their lives than expected. Simple Steps Real Change posts have been viewed over fifty million times. Now they know that they are not alone either!
Her book, “Simple Steps for Real Life” was released in 2012 along with “Simple Inspirations, a collection of original quotes and images by her late husband, photographer, Jack Maloney. She is also the author of “Simple Steps… Real Change, the Book” which is available on her website.