“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness?”
~ John Steinbeck
By Catherine Austin Fitts
I love this time of year. Yet, I am struck by how many of our subscribers lose time to the ills of winter.
The holidays are more enjoyable without colds and flu. And the new year is so much more rejuvenating when we invest in “major maintenance” – fasts, detox programs or steps to build our immune systems. Whether you are closing your books, preparing your taxes or managing a volatile market, 1st quarter finances call for strong personal energy.
So I asked my nutritionist, Dr. Laura Thompson, founder of the Southern California Institute of Nutrition, to join me for the Solari Report to talk about winter wellness.
What are the risks and opportunities you want to consider to stay well over the new few months, particularly given more severe and variable weather patterns? What strategies are cost effective? The implementation of federal health care laws has underscored the importance of doing what we can with natural methods.
We will draw on Laura’s previous interviews on the Solari Report:
Because the winter blues are always a possibility during this time of year, for Lets Go to the Movies, I am going to point you to our list of The 20 Funniest Movies, including Rosaline Russell’s classic Auntie Mame.
In Money & Markets, I will discuss current markets and financial headlines from around the world.
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“Get Ready, Get Ready, Get Ready!”
Money & Markets In Money and Markets, Catherine covers the recent Fed Taper announcement. Other news covered includes the Bank of England going to all plastic by 2016 and the recent Bitcoin block by BTC China.
Hero For our Hero this week is Dave Andrews, the executive director of Michael Fields Agricultural Institute in East Troy, Wisconsin.
Ask Catherine Catherine answers questions submitted by subscribers.
Discussion Catherine discusses her interview with Dr. Laura Thompson in which they discuss how to stay healthy in the cold weather, and keep the winter blues away.
Let’s Go to the Movies! This week Catherine looks at our 20 Funniest Movies which includes Rosaline Russell’s Auntie Mame.
See you Thursday!