Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Lauren Rashap, C.N.

One of my favorite guests returns! Lauren Rashap C.N., Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Yoga/Meditation & Author, is going to make your skin glow and your life just a little bit better today. I use her face cream every day and highly recommend this product. It’s never too late to start improving your life! We are talking about improving your mental health with eating, how BPA is dangerous to your health as well as the environment, and her amazing skincare line! This episode is all about natural substances! Check out Lauren Rashap at Lauren Living Healthy! Leave your favorite #lifehack

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Kathrine Switzer

It’s a day of inspiring women on our show! Meet the fantasic Kathrine Switzer, Runner, Author & Speaker. She’s won the New York City marathon, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, and is an incredible athlete. Kathrine really is a great example of you can accomplish anything when you put your mind to it. #girlpower! We need strong role models in athletics for women and inspire good health and getting outside in the youth of our country!

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Diane Shader Smith

This is such an important story. I am honored to have Diane Shader Smith, Writer, Publicist, and Cystic Fibrosis Advocate, in the studio today talking about her daughter Mallory Smith’s memoir “Salt In My Soul”. The book is all about Mallory’s battle with Cystic Fibrosis which claimed her life when she was still very young. But her memory lives on in this inspiring story. This is a #mustread!

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Doug Segal & Susan Segal

A husband and wife team, Doug and Susan Segal, with a tremendous story. Doug recently published his memoir, Struck, about the extraordinary story of Susan’s head on crash with a bus and living to tell about it. Here’s more on the book

One of life’s biggest clichés becomes a horrific reality when Douglas Segal’s wife and daughter are hit head-on by a Los Angeles city bus. Following the accident, Segal began sending regular email updates to their circle of friends and family, a list that continued to grow as others heard of the event and were moved by the many emotional and spiritual issues it raised.