A Brighter Future
Strengthen your alkalinity and immunity by implementing these 10 simple steps. Together, we can create a brighter future, person to person, day by day. Feel better, naturally.
Eating for Longevity
In this interview with Emily Webb (FreedomBody Training), hear from Denny and Susan Waxman as they discuss creating longevity by way of a macrobiotic diet and how one can truly merge health with taste to feel better naturally.
Feel Better Naturally With Diet & Lifestyle
Denny Waxman presents an insightful discussion on the history and benefits of macrobiotics for an Edelman Financial Engines’ Wellness Session. In this session, he provides basic tools on how you can feel better, naturally.
Time-Restricted Eating for Optimal Health
Consistent and regular mealtimes are crucial for creating lasting, optimal health. Today, it’s not too uncommon for people to just eat whenever, or simply when “hungry.” More and more, experts are finding the flaws in this type of format for eating. In this webinar, Denny will discuss what macrobiotics has taught for decades, how to schedule meals and activities to support your health.
Being Flexible w/ Common Macrobiotic Staples
Food shortages have been at an all-time high the last few years. Common macrobiotic staples have been hard to find, and many are no longer available. However, it’s important to be flexible with your practice. In this webinar, Denny will discuss where to find the most important macrobiotic resources and what to do when they are unavailable.
Common Problems of Longtime Macrobiotic Practitioners
In this webinar, Denny Waxman will tackle common health concerns that plague people who’ve been practicing macrobiotics for many years, as well as why these problems have occurred
Surprising Deaths in the Macrobiotic Community
In the last 20 years, there have been some shocking losses in the macrobiotic community. Rightly so, people have asked the question, “how does this happen?” During this webinar, Denny Waxman and Alex Jack will provide some insight and clarity to help people further their macrobiotic practice.
We Can Heal Ourselves And The Planet (Part 2)
We Can Heal Ourselves And The Planet (Part 1)
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: A Brief History of Foods Part 2
This webinar is the second half of a two-part series, A Brief History of Food. This time, we will discuss the global changes in animal food consumption and how WWI and WW2 dramatically changed our eating patterns. Fast food, high-fructose corn syrup, and the concept of food labels replacing food, will also be observed.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: A Brief History of Foods Part 1
Today, many cultures are known by the grains that they eat. This is not surprising as grain cultivation and dispersal can be directly linked to the development of many world civilizations. This discussion will take a look at grains and salt, how these ingredients serve as two of the most important foods on the planet, and how the Industrial Revolution changed all of this.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: How Do We Discharge?
There is a strong relationship between nutrition and elimination. Balance is key to our health and longevity. In this webinar, Denny will discuss how our body has many ways of eliminating both physically and energetically, and how lasting health is finding the proper balance between our diets and elimination.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics – Grain: Friend or Foe?
Grains are under attack! Gluten-free is a huge trend. Many are concerned about arsenic in rice, and so many say to avoid white rice altogether. However, grains are beneficial for many health concerns. In this webinar, Denny Waxman will explain whether we should look at grains as friends. . .or foes.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Is How You Eat More Important Than What You Eat?
It’s not uncommon for people who practice macrobiotics to focus on food alone. However, it can be reasoned that how you eat has far more significance than the foods you consume. This discussion will answer the age-old question, “Is macrobiotics just about food?”
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Resetting Your Metabolism & Digestive and Hormonal System
Hear from Denny Waxman as he explores how to use your daily schedule and activity to constantly renew and activate these vital functions for optimal health.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Making Balance with the Environment
Environmental and social diagnosis is the basis for the development of the SHI approach to macrobiotics, which is more adaptable for modern people. This webinar will delve into why it is important to have respect for the past and traditions, and how we can make balance with current trends.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: The Origin of the 7 Steps
Many years ago, Denny Waxman had the idea of creating a more open approach to macrobiotics. He noticed that what once worked for individuals, was no longer working in the same capacity. From this, the 7 Steps to Macrobiotics was born, an approach that focuses more on adding than taking away. Learn about how you can create a sustainable macrobiotic practice.
Denny Waxman Interview – Macro Magic with Sheri DeMaris
On this episode of Macro Magic, host Sheri-Lynn DeMaris interviews Denny Waxman. To view this and other interviews with Sheri, visit her page here: rvntelevision.com/tv-show/macro-magic/
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Nutrition Myths
Good health and nutrition is valued by many, but implemented by few. With there being so much misinformation these days, it can be hard to cultivate a healthy lifestyle. This webinar will address common nutrition myths. Denny Waxman will also discuss the healthiest foods that are under attack, such as sea salt, sesame and olive oils, soy products, etc.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Acid & Alkaline
Today, there is great emphasis on alkalinity with many practicing an alkaline diet to avoid an acidic environment within. This webinar will provide practical and detailed information on how to create and maintain a healthy alkaline condition using the macrobiotic interpretation of acid and alkaline.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Connecting with the Spirit of Health
In this webinar we will explore points from the first chapter of “The Ultimate Guide to Eating for Longevity.” George Ohsawa used the following to formulate the macrobiotic philosophy and lifestyle: “We are one and inseparable from Nature and the environment” – a rough translation of Shindo Fuji. Let’s take a look at our connection with the natural world, food, and how they create our health.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: The SHI Approach to Health & Sickness
As highlighted in a previous webinar, we were able to see how macrobiotics and modern medicine are capable of complimenting each other very well. In this webinar we will explore important points about how macrobiotics and modern medicine differ in the approach to health.
What’s Unique About SHI Macrobiotics: The Strengthening Health Approach
In this webinar we will look at the strong points of the Ohsawa approach, Kushi approach and SHI approach to macrobiotic practice and how they were completely appropriate for their times.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Why You Haven’t Heard About This
Have you ever wondered why macrobiotics isn’t as popular as other movements, such as veganism, paleo, and the more recent keto diet? In this webinar, Denny will share very practical reasons as to why macrobiotics isn’t flourishing, including rare stories from the 1960’s that are still affecting the movement today!
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: How Macrobiotics & Modern Medicine Complement Each Other
By combining the understanding of human history and experience of macrobiotics with the diagnosis and precision of modern medicine, we can create a true medicine for the future.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Common Points of World’s Long-Standing Civilizations
There are common dietary and lifestyle points in many civilizations that have been practiced for hundreds and even thousands of years. In this webinar, discover the patterns that are important for modern life.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: Indigenous & Local Foods
Modern civilization largely relies on convenience, especially regarding food consumption. Many do not consider either the source or impact of the food they choose when grocery shopping. Relying on indigenous and local foods primarily, is an important key to personal and environmental health.
What’s Unique About Macrobiotics: How it Differs from Other Approaches
With so many diets out there––vegan, vegetarian, paleo, keto, etc., it is hard to know which one to choose for your health, in addition to their environmental impact. Learn from Denny Waxman about how macrobiotics is uniquely different from all other approaches and what makes it the most sustainable for your health and longevity. Denny also dispels some common myths and provide comforting insight for you to make a sound decision about macrobiotic counseling or education.