John Pierre

“Think good thoughts, do good deeds.”

Chef Marina’s April Product Review

My introduction to Matt’s Munchies happened at the Natural Products Expo West show in Anaheim. I was attracted to the colorful fruit snack packages and the inviting and friendly atmosphere of their booth. Curiosity inspired me to check out what Matt’s Munchies was all about and I’m totally thrilled that I did. I found that…

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Chef Marina’s March Product Review

I’ve recently had the pleasure of meeting Alina Z, an award-winning, board certified raw vegan chef, detox specialist, author and health coach. Alina’s radiant smile and exuberant energy is so infectious that you feel delightfully uplifted in her presence. In addition to her many achievement’s, including being an AADP certified Holistic Health Coach and the…

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Learn about John’s non-profit organization Living With Harmony

My experiences over the past three decades have shown me that there is nothing we need more than a space to heal, connect, and grow. In the face of an increasingly harmful and isolated culture, a physical place that provides such an environment is absolutely essential. It is with this in mind that my lifelong…

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Chef Marina’s August Product Review

I enjoy supporting family owned businesses that have an impressive tradition of growing and making products of exceptional quality; especially those offering organic foods that are nurtured with great care and pride. These companies are truly rare gems in today’s world and deserve our gratitude, respect, and patronage. That’s why I’m especially delighted to have…

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Join John Pierre in New York for the I Can Do It! September 2014 event sponsored by Hay House

The I Can Do It! weekend retreat in New York begins on September 20, 2014 through September 21, 2014. John Pierre is scheduled to speak on Sunday, September 21, at 1:50 pm. The vent will be held at the Javits Center-Special Events Hall. Please click here for more information and to sign up for this…

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Chef Marina’s July Product Review

Plastic throwaway-straws are a big strain to our ecological problem; with enough plastic straws produced annually to fill 46,000 full sized school buses. That’s a significant number of plastic straws that end up in landfills every year. This is the reason I’m a big fan of durable, handmade glass straws. I discovered a company called…

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