Being Healthy Is a Revolutionary Act: 10 Renegade Tips for Thriving in a Less-Than-Healthy World. Looking at the headlines on most health and fitness magazines today, you’d think that dropping 15 lbs, getting six-pack abs and having a “bikini body” was pretty simple to pull off. Follow this diet, do this workout, and presto — your problems are solved, right? Except that it never seems to work that way. Most of us would love to be healthier, but in real life, when we try to shift our daily habits and choices, we discover that many of those changes are mighty tough to pull off. There’s a reason for that: We're living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out. Plus, a lot of the advice we are getting —from the media and from so-called authoritative sources — is confused, misleading, outdated or downright wrong. The good news is you can thrive in the face of all these obstacles. You just need to put some renegade wisdom and rebel mojo on your side.
In this lecture, you’ll learn from one of the country’s most forward-thinking health journalists — Experience Life magazine’s editor in chief, PILAR GERASIMO — about what you really need to know and do to be healthy — and how to enjoy your life more in the process.
Drawing on more than a decade of journalistic insight as founding editor of one of the country’s most forward-thinking healthy living magazines, Gerasimo will present 10 revolutionary tips for creating and sustaining healthy change — even in the face of daunting challenges. Whether you’re struggling to break out of unhealthy patterns, or just looking for ongoing motivation in your quest for optimal wellbeing, you’ll come away from this talk inspired and prepared to take your own empowered next steps.
Pilar Gerasimo is editor in chief of Experience Life magazine and founder of RevolutionaryAct.com. Her award-winning work reaches more than 2.8 million people, and has earned kudos from many of the country’s leading health experts, including Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Mark Hyman and Dr. Frank Lipman.