Kathryn Interviews Jonathan Mooney, NY Times Best-Selling Author of “Normal Sucks”
Episode #5768
December 5th, 2018
Wellness Baking
What if the act of making bread - mixing and kneading, watching and waiting - could heal your heartache, your emptiness, and your sense of being overwhelmed? It can. This is the surprise that physician Beth Ricanati learned when she started baking challah: that simply stopping and baking bread was the best medicine she could prescribe for women in a fast-paced world. Dr. Ricanati has built her career around bringing wellness into women's everyday lives, having practiced at Columbia Prebyterian's Women's Health Center in NYC and the Cleveland Clinic's Wellness Institute. She is featured on Access Hoolywood, Good Day LA, and in Nutrition & Metabolism.
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