John Pierre

“Think good thoughts, do good deeds.”

Chef Marina’s April Product Review

You just never know when a case of the stomach “blahs” is going to hit, or−even worse−a bout of dreaded diarrhea. That’s why I’m excited to share some very special products that I tried recently from Hebron USA, Corp. −  Florax DS Ready-to-Drink Probiotic and Florax DS All Natural Diarrhea Relief. Healthy digestion is influenced…

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Join John Pierre in Vancouver for the I Can Do It!® 2014 Event Sponsored by Hay House

The I Can Do It!® weekend retreat in Vancouver begins on May 17, 2014 through May 18, 2014. John Pierre is scheduled to speak on Sunday May 18, at 1:30 pm. Please click here for more information and to sign up for this amazing event!

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Chef Marina’s March Product Review

I’m excited to share a few products that I recently tried from a company called EnerHealth. It’s not often that I find a private company that truly cares about promoting real wellness and manufactures its own high-quality products, and EnerHealth is exactly such a rare gem. There are a number of things that make EnerHealth…

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Chef Marina’s February Product Review

In an effort to keep my product reviews even more fun and exciting, I decided to embark on a completely different theme for February: Ping-Pong! I’m focusing this months review on Newgy’s Robo-Pong because it’s proven to be a cool way for me to stay active, hone my reflexes, and just have a total blast. Newgy’s…

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Chef Marina’s January Product Review

A brand New Year is here, which makes January the perfect time to get more organized. Since kicking off the beginning of the year can set the right tone and create better momentum for months to come, I’ve been tidying the kitchen to increase my efficiency and productivity. This is why I’m focusing January’s Product…

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Chef Marina’s December Product Review

I’m focusing my December Product Review on essential oils for a number of reasons: The cold weather is officially here, which means that we’re spending more time indoors, along with everyone else. Indoor heating can be dehydrating, especially to our nasal passages, and our immune system may also feel challenged because we’re eating less than…

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