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Rob McConnell is an amazing host - doing radio and television interviews for 3 decades. So it's always great to chat with him, and this time, we discussed the benefits of music, drumming, and humming along with many other things. Join us at hour 2 of his show. HERE is the link to watch the video. HERE you can catch the radio version.
Jennifer Shlomovich had some great questions and led a terrific interview about how to deal with change without losing your mind. We talked about the importance of a vegan diet, mindfulness and more to make it easier to learn, remember, and make good decisions to enjoy life more. Be sure to claim your GIFT of Three Musical Practices for a Healthier Brain.
It was such a pleasure to be interviewed by vegan weight-loss coach, Claudia Kaldenbach. We covered the full gamut of healthy habits for a better brain - everything from the dangers of obesity and diabetes to the power of healing music. Claudia is a wonderful host! Check out her other interviews and Live shows HERE.
Saima is such a warm and generous and loving soul, I came away from this interview inspired and uplifted. Please take the time to hear our heart-filled discussions.
Consciousness, mindfulness, fairness. Wow.
Saima's show s available on YouTube and Facebook. If you have a chance, check out the many guests. She has been on the air for nearly a year.
This was a fun and very entertaining interview with Matt Nappo, who is also a musician.
Great conversation with good questions about how music can boost the brain and much, much more.
Matt's show is available EVERYWHERE! Be sure to check out more episodes with other fascinating guests.
Rob McConnell is celebrating 30 years on radio, so he has an amazing presence in the media. I was delighted to be on his show for the fourth time, and we talked not just about preventing dementia, but how current lockdowns and the fear around COVID is threatening mental health.
Rob's shows are everywhere, and he even has an online magazine! Amazing topics that will stretch your mind!
What I learned from my Mom's Dementia
David Nassaney and I had a wonderful discussion about caregiving our mothers, and how easy it is to burn out if we don't look after ourselves. Dave also asked great questions about the best ways to help our loved ones so that they have a better quality of life and remain as healthy as possible.
Dave's podcast is distributed over 25 platforms, so you'll be sure to find a great space to listen!
Catherine, Gail, and I had a wonderful discussion about the effects of sound, music, meditation and mindfulness on the brain. It's never too early to look after your brain, but it can become too late!
Advocates for Women Aging is a monthly series for Women Over 70 wherein Gail and Catherine interview experts of all ages on a variety of subjects pertinent to women aging across the adult life span.
Walker Neer and I had a great conversation about how diet, music, and lifestyle can have significant impacts on our risk for dementia.
The Walkshow is a podcast exploring the walk of life and has a great variety in both topics and guests with music baked into the episodes.
This is Francesca Durham's wonderful YouTube channel. She is dedicated to helping people find Hope & Inspiration. In our interview, we talked about how working on protecting our brains from dementia can give us hope for a healthier, happier, longer life.
Music to Heal on Yvonne King's Podcast
Yvonne is a brilliant gut health specialist, so we had plenty to talk about since healthy brain depends on a healthy gut. I also got to chat about one of my favorite topics - healing with music!
Yvonne King's podcast just started, but I can tell it's going to be providing a lot of information to many people. See more episodes HERE.
From RA Towards Alzheimer's and Back To Health
Did you know that autoimmune disease and Alzheimer's are closely related? Rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus, among others, have very similar risk factors, and the things that send one person toward dementia can send another toward auto-immune disease. But you can reduce or eliminate the risks, and reverse early stages of all. Cheryl shares many more stories HERE.
Boost your Brain. A better approach to body, mind, and spirit with Kate Kunkel
Patrica Fischer loves books and shared Don't Let the Memories Fade with her listeners today. This is audio only, and you can download to take with you on your run!
You can listen to more interviews with other great writers HERE.
How To Take Control of Your Health & Future with Kate Kunkel on The Healers Café with Dr. Manon Bolliger, ND
This was recorded a few months ago, and I'm so happy to be able to share it now! Manon is a wonderful interviewer, and we were able to chat about many different aspects of healing and natural health.
You can learn much more about Dr. Bolliger's work and Bowen therapy HERE.
A very unique podcast - Keith asked me to pre-record the information I wanted to share about diet and anxiety. The volume was a bit low, but if you turn up your speakers, you should be able to hear this with no trouble. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety, this podcast could be very valuable. Please share!
Jessica Huckaby is a certified brain injury specialist helping people overcome traumatic events, and she also has a wonderful podcast called “Catalyst for Change”. In this episode, we chat about all the things that inspire change, and for me, the changes that came from learning the harp and dealing with my mom’s path through dementia.
I'm so happy to be able to share this episode with you. For more of Jessica's podcasts, be sure to visit her podcast.
I was delighted to be interviewed by Nicole Simonin on Shape It Up Fitness. Nicole is a fitness expert, so we talked about all the ways that looking after your brain also helps you look after your body. "Don't Let the Memories Fade" and we set ourselves up for a healthier, more vibrant future.
Nicole helps women lose weight for the last time. Learn more at https://shapeitupfitness.com
I was delighted to be interviewed by François Tessier on The Complementary Therapies Talks. We talked about so many things - from how I began to play the harp, to how harp therapy and vibroacoustic therapy can help us heal physically and ultimately, how a whole foods, plant-based diet and music and art can help us ensure that we "Don't Let the Memories Fade" and we set ourselves up for a healthier, more vibrant future.
François is a French Canadian currently living in Sri Lanka!
Losing your Mind is a Choice - by choosing a whole-foods, plant-based diet, you have a much better chance of staying healthy in every way!
Sharing resources on preventing dementia
If you are a podcast host sharing holistic health, dementia prevention, sound therapy or plant-based eating resources with your listeners, Kate is an energetic guest with plenty of valuable tips and tools.
from Cheryl Meyer, host of the popular Tell Me Your Story, the Health Coach Is In, It Feels Good to Feel Good, Futureproof your Health podcast.
"Kate Kunkel was a wonderful ,well informed guest on my podcast. My focus in these segments is on people who got sick, owned their own health and returned to wellness. Kate is an excellent example of this. She was very proactive, dug in, researched and reversed her RA Symptoms and averted getting dementia down the line. She is now passionate about helping others realize the importance of eating the right foods and protecting their health. Kate is well spoken, well researched and a delightful guest."
From Stephan Neff, host of My Steps to Sobriety. Stephan is a fun, engaging host and it was a great pleasure to chat with him. If you know someone who is struggling with addiction, get his book. It is awesome!
"I have had the pleasure of interviewing Kate on my show "My steps to sobriety" where we talked in depth about protecting the brain through healthy nutrition, exercise and a number of other measures. As a doctor I knew about the importance of these steps. But talking to Kate I realized her knowledge and passion for the topic came from a 10-year journey in which she accompanied her mother through increasingly painful times. This personal pain became the driver for Kate to develop her expertise and as a reader I am grateful and privileged that she shares her insights. "