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How to Stop Inflammation! Christina Miller, MD, FACEP Which foods cause / reduce inflammation? What tweaks are best for those on a Plant Based diet? Is gluten ok? What about night shades? Learn about food sensitivities - even Plant Based foods! Can fasting help?

Watch full interview here.

Chronic inflammation can last months or years. Learn how your body can heal and how you can reduce or eliminate chronic inflammation.

Conditions linked to chronic inflammation include: Arthritis, Cancer, Heart disease, Diabetes, Asthma, Alzheimer’s disease Osteoarthritis, Fibromyalgia, Muscular low back pain, and Muscular neck pain and more.

Christina Miller, MD, FACEP, is double board-certified in emergency and integrative medicine. After spending ten years working in the emergency department, she radically changed her practice to health promotion, due to her own health concerns and being overwhelmed by the amount of chronic disease and illness seen in the ED. She studied nutritional science and plant-based nutrition, completed a fellowship in integrative medicine, and now focuses exclusively on nutrition and lifestyle changes to get to the root cause of disease and illness, while promoting wellness and longevity in each individual. Instead of treating emergencies in the ED, she is now helping to prevent and reverse chronic illnesses and empower people to live with vitality.

She is now proud to be part of the Plantbasedtelehealth.com team, offering plant-based telemedicine services to patients across the country. Her goal is to continue to share the information and the resources necessary to help empower people to take back their health, prevent and even reverse chronic illness, and create long-lasting true health and vitality. One of her favorite mantras is, “Our bodies heal."

Learn: Why is gut health so important to the immune system and how does it contribute to autoimmune disease? Why is a plant-based diet beneficial for autoimmune diseases? What is the difference between a plant-based diet and an anti-inflammatory healing plant based diet? What is the difference between green juices and green smoothies? Reasons a plant-based diet may not be working for someone; how to troubleshoot What it takes to heal.

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My husband Rick & I adopted a Whole Plant lifestyle in 2012. We have had fantastic health results. Together, we've lost over 130 pounds! I am so excited to share his awesome cooking with you! We offer private, lifestyle coaching and Zoom cooking lessons. We love to share our knowledge of this lifestyle and hope to spread the word and help others to Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!

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Healing The Thyroid With a Plant Based Lifestyle - 6 Ways to Optimize - Christina Miller, M.D. If you have one or more of these symptoms: Fatigue, increased sensitivity to cold, constipation, dry skin , weight gain, or unintentional weight loss, even when your appetite and food intake stay the same or increase, rapid heartbeat, irregular heartbeat, you may be wondering if it is due to your thyroid. There are also other symptoms which can be signs of thyroid disease.

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Christina Miller, MD discusses Six Ways to Optimize Thyroid Health!

Thyroid hormones can effects throughout your body- functioning of the brain, heart, healthy skin, proper gut function, bowel function, proper liver function, nervous system and more. Thyroid hormones normally act in the body to regulate energy use, infant development, and childhood development. Learn more about Thyroid disease and how a carefully planned, plant based lifestyle can help.

Christina Miller, MD, FACEP, is double board-certified in emergency and integrative medicine. After spending ten years working in the emergency department, she radically changed her practice to health promotion, due to her own health concerns and being overwhelmed by the amount of chronic disease and illness seen in the ED. She studied nutritional science and plant-based nutrition, completed a fellowship in integrative medicine, and now focuses exclusively on nutrition and lifestyle changes to get to the root cause of disease and illness, while promoting wellness and longevity in each individual. Instead of treating emergencies in the ED, she is now helping to prevent and reverse chronic illnesses and empower people to live with vitality.

She is now proud to be part of the Plantbasedtelehealth.com team, offering plant-based telemedicine services to patients across the country. Her goal is to continue to share the information and the resources necessary to help empower people to take back their health, prevent and even reverse chronic illness, and create long-lasting true health and vitality. One of her favorite mantras is, “Our bodies heal."

For great whole food, plant based recipes, hacks and more check out: Https://BeGreenWithAmy.com

To arrange private Zoom cooking classes or coaching with this lifestyle Contact Amy

Follow Amy on Instagram

Like Amy on Facebook

Follow Amy on Twitter

My husband Rick & I adopted a Whole Plant lifestyle in 2012. We have had fantastic health results. Together, we've lost over 130 pounds! I am so excited to share his awesome cooking with you! We offer private, lifestyle coaching and Zoom cooking lessons. We love to share our knowledge of this lifestyle and hope to spread the word and help others to Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!

 

We work many hours bringing this information to you. Kindly show your appreciation by subscribing to and sharing our channel. This lets us know you liked watching and would like to see more content like this. When you subscribe, it also helps us grow to increase the quantity and quality for your viewing. 💞

 

The contents of this podcast/video/website are for informational purposes only. Information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. Always consult your health care provider if you have any health related concerns or questions. Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!🌱

Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!🌱

 

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Episode 43: Guest Christina Miller In This EpisodeYou’ll hear JCK editor-in-chief Victoria Gomelsky and news director Rob Bates interview Christina Miller, owner and founder of Christina T. Miller Sustainable Jewelry Consulting.
Show Notes
00:30 Victoria and Rob introduce their guest, Christina Miller, founder of Christina T. Miller Sustainable Jewelry Consulting.06:09 Christina discusses her first company, Ethical Metalsmiths.15:27 You'll hear the very first step you can take to become sustainable.19:26 Christina argues that claiming you use recycled gold is not enough to be considered sustainable.23:33 Victoria asks if Christina is hopeful about sustainability, and Christina says we have a long way to go.
Episode CreditsHosts: Rob Bates and Victoria GomelskyEditor: Olivia BrileyProducer and engineer: Natalie ChometPlugs: christinatmiller.com, jckonline.com, @jckmagazine
Show Recap
Introducing Christina MillerAn expert on sustainability and sustainable sourcing, Christina Miller is the owner and founder of Christina T. Miller Sustainable Jewelry Consulting. From 2004 to 2015, she led the nonprofit organization Ethical Metalsmiths, which she cofounded. Today, she’s calling in from the village of College Corner, Ohio. Perhaps not a hub for jewelry, College Corner does happen to be a place where international activities on responsible sourcing and sustainability occur (right from her home office!). Christina comes from an academic art background and always wanted to be an art teacher; she earned bachelor's and master’s degrees in jewelry and metalsmithing.
Ethical Metalsmiths
Around 2005, Christina and her Ethical Metalsmith cofounder, Susan Kingsley, gave a talk on sustainability at a conference put on by the Society of North American Goldsmiths. Though this concept is commonplace in our jewelry industry now, their ideas were not well-received 16 years ago. Early on in her career, large-scale mining really made an impression on Christina. She's been concerned with the way we pushed aside Native Americans and eradicated groups of people to obtain our raw materials. Christina explains who Ethical Metalsmiths originally aimed to inform, and how the industry changed over the next 11 years after she formed the organization.
How to Become Sustainable
Since her days in Ethical Metalsmiths, Christina has been working with retailers, designers, and civil society organizations on sustainable practices. She encourages people to look inward and to work within their own belief system. First, you should think about the impact you would like to have, and then work to pursue sourcing that matches those values. Christina says ethical jewelry sourcing lies in the relationships we have with people all along the supply chain. Sustainability is a journey, and while we may be shortsighted when we start out, we learn to to be more ethical as we become more educated.
Why Recycled Gold Isn't Enough
Christina encourages people to reconsider how highly they tout their use of recyclable gold; companies shouldn’t be making claims that they can’t substantiate. We need to be doing more than just using recycled gold. Christina argues that all gold is really recycled, as all the gold that has ever existed lies somewhere on or within our planet. Using recycled gold is a start, but there’s so much more that has to be done in order to be considered sustainable.
We Have a Long Way to Go
Victoria asks Christina if she’s hopeful about things like blockchain, and if it is critical in understanding where our gold is from and how it got to us. Christina says that blockchain and the like help create a more transparent cycle of information between miner, purchaser, refiner, and end purchaser. But benefits should be felt throughout the supply chain in order to have sustainability in the industry. Christina says we owe it to the people whose countries we’ve been removing materials from for centuries to do better. There is a lot of work to be done.
Photo courtesy of Christina Miller
Hall of Fame Podcast - Christina Miller, Logan Trophy Winner In this episode recorded in September of 2018, we interview Christina Miller. Christina is the Manager of TX118 which won the coveted "Logan Trophy" at the 2018 National Huddle. In this podcast, we find out how she took an underperforming store to the pinnacle of success.
Tapping into everyday magic feat. Christina Miller Ever feel afraid to fly your Woo Flag? Today's episode is gonna help you fly it with more confidence + excitement :)
We are jamming out with Christina Miller, a feminine ascension coach + magic maker, where we dive into how to speak your truth + share your gift with the world. We also talk about how to cultivate more intention + magic in your own life on the reg :)
We jam out on...

Everyday magic + how to experience more magic in your own life
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SJW Watch Episode 3-Christina Miller of Cartoon Network Today is this one I don’t wanna do but it’s no secret that Christina Miller is not just the worst president of Cartoon Network...but she’s a closeted SJW because when I saw the DC Super Hero Girls trailer and it’s a ruined version of the short that I admire.
0020 - Modern Icon Painter Christina Miller on Keeping the Soul in Your Art Christina Miller’s paintings offer a mystical and modern take on the ancient iconography of Catholicism. As the pressures on the environment and animal species have increased horribly over the past couple of decades, Christina’s work evolved toward environmental themes. Her Modern Icons now celebrate the intersection of Nature, Animals, and Sacred Images, embodying that we live on this Earth together and share in each other’s beauty. An artist all her life, from poetry, coffeehouses, and theater, to sculpture and paintings, Christina ultimately chose to focus on being an acrylic painter. She has lived and been an artist in Seattle, New Orleans, and mostly Santa Fe, her current home.She says, “As a college art student at USC and the University of Washington, I was struck with the lack of symbolism in much of the art of the 20th century and now, the 21st century. Symbolic art has always been by goal and agenda, creating symbols that reflect the connections between the natural and mystical worlds. My belief is that powerful symbols can change the world, as symbols often contain deep mystical elements which affect the viewer in myriad ways, and create a bond between like minds. It is this bond to ideas that I seek, the idea that Animals are Souls and our teachers, that Nature is our Home, that Sacredness is our Inheritance. Many of my images are Guardians of the Animals and Nature. They are symbols of the Future we wish to see.”Contact ChristinaEmail: christina@iconfusion.comWebsite: www.ChristinaMiller.Etsy.comInstagram: instagram.com/modern_icons/
Participating With The Holy Spirit w/ Christina Miller This week Faith To Go formation team members David Tremaine and Charlette Preslar, joined by special guest Christina Miller (www.ordinaryliturgy.com), discuss the story of Pentecost from this week's reading from the book of Acts, its implication for our spiritual lives, and what conversations at home will be like based on these gospel themes. All resources can be found at www.myfaithtogo.org&nbsp;
Tapping into everyday magic feat. Christina Miller Ever feel afraid to fly your Woo Flag? Today's episode is gonna help you fly it with more confidence + excitement :)
We are jamming out with Christina Miller, a feminine ascension coach + magic maker, where we dive into how to speak your truth + share your gift with the world. We also talk about how to cultivate more intention + magic in your own life on the reg :)
We jam out on...

Everyday magic + how to experience more magic in your own life
the simp
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