Florence Ann Romano, The Windy City Nanny™ , sits down with the hosts of The Stayhealthy Experience to talk about how she became one of America’s most sought after authorities on the role and responsibilities of nannys. The conversation offers insights into parenting including how to communicate more effectively with your children as well as the many benefits that having a nanny can offer busy families.
Graciela Casillas, Black Belt Hall of Fame inductee, “Woman of the Year,” educator, and self-defense expert stops by The Stayhealthy Experience for a conversation about her fighting career and parenting in the age of social media. Graciela talks about being the first athlete to simultaneously hold world titles in both boxing and kickboxing, and about the art of teaching young women about self-defense and self-esteem.
Daniel Baldwin and Robert Ferguson discuss Daniel’s documentary and his 50-pound weight loss. They also talk about the challenges with addiction, weight loss, staying motivated, and following through with what’s most important. In particular, they converse about the role that one’s attitude plays in succeeding against the odds and also tap into the late Kobe Bryant’s “Mamba Mindset” or “Mentality”. Tune in to find out how we can all benefit from this way of thinking—because whether your goal is to lose weight, break an addiction or keep a promise to yourself or others—you’ll discover how mindset is the key.
Dr. Adrienne Lara, the founder of the Celebrating Women Center and Harvard trained physician, stops by The Stayhealthy Experience to talk about health, weight loss, and gynecological issues. She also shares stories of inspiration and the role of sexuality in overall health. Dr. Lara explains how optimal patient care is collaborative, involving both the patient and doctor working together as a team to arrive at the same goal—patient wellness.
The Stayhealthy Experience proudly hosts nationally acclaimed Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychologist, professor, author, and media personality, Dr. Judy Ho. The discussion was light-hearted, thought-provoking, educational and entertaining. Dr. Judy shared insight into her book, Stop Self Sabotage, the Kobe Bryant tragedy, how to communicate with children about health, weight and sexuality, and coping with common life-related challenges of all kinds.
As of 2019, Dr. Judy hosts the CBS daytime talk show Face the Truth and appeared as a recurring guest co-host on Season 10 of The Doctors from 2017-2018. Other notable television appearances include:
- Dr. Drew (HLN)
- The Doctors (CBS)
- Jon Benet documentary (Lifetime)
- CNN Tonight (CNN)
- Piers Morgan (CNN)
- Marriage Bootcamp (WeTV)
- It Takes A Killer (Escape TV)
- Crime Watch Daily (KTLA)
- Snapped (Oxygen)
- Outside the Lines (ESPN)
- Nancy Grace (HLN)
Dr. Judy is also a tenured Associate Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology.
The Stayhealthy Experience sits down with fifth-generation Italian-American winemakers, Dave Panaro and Ronald Nordstrom, to discuss the world of wine. In this show, you will learn about the differences between the traditional Italian style of winemaking in contrast to French and Californian methods. These wine authorities share an intriguing overview of their winery and business as part of a fun conversation with hosts Robert Ferguson and Barbara Kris.
Co-host, Daniel Baldwin, interviewed cancer survivor, Shari Sheldon, at the recent San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. She opens up about her life before and after being diagnosed with breast cancer. An advocate of Stayhealthy’s breast cancer survivor platform, OWL (Own Your Wellness and Living), Shari addresses many of the critical issues survivors face and how OWL can play a role in supporting both survivors and caretakers.
In this show, you will discover the 3 core principles that make weight loss easier for people over 50. Men and women know that weight loss after 50 can be difficult–especially when relying on strategies that succeeded in our youth. You may have heard that once you enter your 50’s, your metabolism slows down. Increased waistline has also been blamed on hormones, which can result from low testosterone levels and/or a lack of estrogen due to menopause. Whatever the cause, most adults agree that weight loss when you’re 20 is much easier than for a 50-year-old. Ever wonder why that is? Tune in to find out.
Highly respected physician, author, and founder of Black Women’s Health, Dr. David Pryor, sits down for an entertaining, educational, and inspiring discussion on The Stayhealthy Experience. Pryor has a wealth of experience, having worked as Medical Director at Aetna, West Coast Medical Director at NBC/Universal, Corporate Medical Director at Comcast, and is currently the Medical Director at Anthem. This conversation is packed with helpful information about weight loss, hypertension, stress, and suggestions for living one’s healthiest life!