Special guest host Cory Churko (http://www.corychurko.com) joins Raw Vegan Radio for an exclusive interview with Steve Prussack.
* What to expect from a Juice Feast
* How to tune into the power of intuition to improve every aspect of your life
* The connection between what you put in your body and spiritual growth
* How to reset your body to make the best food choices and take your health to the next level.
* The power of deprogramming your repetitive habits to see through the matrix of life
Steven Prussack is the host of Raw Vegan Radio and CEO of Raw Edge Productions. Aside from his award-winning radio show, he works closely with Dr. Will Tuttle (The World Peace Diet) creating a virtual World Peace Diet Mastery and Facilitator Training program. In addition, he has developed the “School of Juicing” with the legendary Jay Kordich (and his wife Linda) to be launched in the New Year. Steve is working closely with The Shift Network to produce a Conscious Eating Summit as part of their Winter of Wellness in the next few months. Also, Steve is about to launch a Raw Food World Summit called “Rawpalooza” at the end of January 2012.
Special Guest Host Cory Churko (http://www.corychurko.com) has enjoyed a multi-faceted career in music for over 20 years. His talents as an award winning multi-instrumentalist, producer, vocalist, audio engineer and digital editor are the reason why he is one of the most sought after and valued people in the entertainment industry. Over the course of his career, he has worked with such artists as Shania Twain, Kelly Clarkson, Reba McEntire, Brittney Spears, and The Corrs. Cory is currently playing with superstar Kelly Clarkson on an international tour that is touching down on almost every continent in the world. He has had the privilege of working with Kelly for the past 5 years penning songs and playing guitar, violin, keyboards and vocals. Cory has been enjoying a healthy raw food lifestyle for many years. He volunteered to his efforts to set up Raw Vegan Radio’s studio many years ago, because he couldn’t stand the terrible audio quality of the shows Steve was producing. It was an honor to have Cory host this episode and he did a fantastic job.