Modern Aging

Celeste Cheung

Celeste Cheung is a student at Cornell University majoring in Nutritional Science. She is also a pre-medicine student looking to build a multidisciplinary foundation of knowledge on the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of human health

Celeste Cheung

Podcast Ep 007: How To Deal With Stress and Anxiety

Today, Risa is joined by life and business strategic transformation expert, former Mustang Marine and founder of the Take Command Project, Paul Gowin, to discuss how to overcome stress, fear and anxiety especially during stressful times. Anxiety is prevalent right now for so many reasons — the ongoing uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic, political unrest, …

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Podcast Ep 006: Got Covid-19 Symptoms? Tips On What To Do

When Risa’s daughter first showed symptoms of Covid-19, she panicked just realizing how serious and prevalent the disease is. Panic and fear are caused by a lack of knowledge, preparation, and understanding. Listen to gain some knowledge and how to prepare properly. Risa shares tips about how to treat Covid-19 symptoms at home, how to …

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The Power of Ginseng

“The purpose of life is self-discovery.” – Darel Rutherford One thing I find very meaningful and rather surprising during this period with COVID-19 is that many people are showing up more real. As we experience a massive pause from the constant bombardment of highly produced advertising, live entertainment, sporting events, fashion shows and more, we …

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Podcast Ep 004: What is Ayurveda? What’s Your Dosha (Pitta, Vatta, Kapha)?

Today’s guest is Dr. Bhaswati Bhattacharya. She is an Ayurvedic and holistic medical doctor practicing in New York. Ayu-means longevity and veda- means wisdom, so Ayurveda means the knowledge of life. The objective of Ayurveda is to not only heal people but to keep them strong. When Dr. Bhattacharya started applying Ayurveda practices to treat …

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Turmeric Rice (Vegetarian or Vegan)

  One of the beneficial properties of turmeric stems from the curcumin, the compound in the spice that gives it a bright yellow color. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory spice and may play a role in reducing heart disease, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, Alzheimer's and help with stomach issues as well