Julie Williams: January 6, 2015


Julie Williams is a certified Herbalist, Buddhist student and the founder of Leaf People, an organic, wildcrafted skin care line based out of Colorado. Born in Alaska, Julie learned from a young age the importance and beauty of plants in our health, sparking an interest in homeopathic medicine and botanicals. Through her extensive world travel, living abroad, and devotion to the study of herbal medicine, Julie began to form Leaf People. She returned to the United States in 2001 and began mentoring under Master Herbalist Lillian McCracken and attending herbal medical school with Master Herbalist Lynn Albers. Julie continues to travel and further her education with Herbalists in the Amazon and Andes, and is a member of the American Herbalist Guild. She also practices at Tara Mandala Buddhist Center in Colorado and feels that her studies of botanical medicine and Buddhism are an integral part of the developing and manufacturing of each product in Leaf People.

Dr.Dietrich Klinghardt: Dec 16, 2014


Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt is Founder of the Sophia Health Institute in Woodinville, WA. He studied medicine and psychology in Freiburg, Germany, completing his PhD on the involvement of the autonomic nervous system in autoimmune disorders. Since the 1970’s, he has contributed significantly to the understanding of metal toxicity and its connection with chronic infections, illness and pain. He is considered an authority on this subject and has been instrumental in advancing various fields within biological medicine – non-invasive pain management, injection techniques for pain and orthopedic dysfunction, anti-ageing medicine, toxicology, pediatrics (neuro-developmental disorders), energy psychology, biological dentistry, and others. He has also developed Autonomic Response Testing, a comprehensive diagnostic system that has helped many practitioners to become accomplished holistic physicians. In this interview with Dr. Schaffner he discusses how he developed the system of medicine practiced at Sophia Health Institute, as well as how to treat Lyme disease.


Jackie Bell: Dec. 7, 2014

Jackie Bell is best known for her pioneering work in Natural Breast Health. Since 2003 she has been lecturing throughout New England on the concepts of Natural Integrative Medicine, the application of those concepts to breast health, and the use of European Thermography, an adjunctive breast health screen. She is currently establishing Integrative Breast Health programs within existing clinics in the U.S. She’s recognized for her expertise in the discovery of the root causes of illness using European Thermography. Her proficiency includes an extensive knowledge of therapies related to restoring the Autonomic Nervous System and cleansing the body. In this interview with Dr. Schaffner Jackie discusses the use of thermography to screen disease patterns, as well as holistic breast health.


Scott Forsgren: Nov. 20, 2014


scottScott Forsgren is a blogger, health writer, advocate, and coach. He is the editor and founder of BetterHealthGuy.com where he shares his now 17 year journey through the world of Lyme disease and the myriad of factors that it often entails. He has been fortunate to have written for publications such as the Public Health Alert, Townsend Letter, Explore!, and the Bolen Report. Scott is a Klinghardt-certified practitioner in Autonomic Response Testing (ART) and supports a number of practitioners with this work. Dr. Klinghardt has been his primary mentor and his life has been forever changed by all that he has learned from Dr. Klinghardt’s remarkable work. In this interview with Dr. Schaffner he discusses his experience as a sufferer of Lyme disease, his road to recovery, and how he maintains optimal health.

Dr. Stephanie Seneff: Nov. 1, 2014

Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and is a leading researcher on the health effects of the herbicide, glyphosate. She holds a B.S. degree in Biophysics, M.S. and E.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering, and a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, all from MIT. In recent years, Dr. Seneff has focused her research interests on the relationship between nutrition and health. She has written several papers in various medical and health-related journals on topics including modern day diseases, and the impact of nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxins on human health. In this interview with Dr. Schaffner she discusses the negative health effects of exposure to glyphosate.