Good health and good food are intertwined for Austin-based Sarno. He comes from a gregarious, Italian cooking-obsessed family, but grew up as an asthmatic kid who spent much of his childhood sucking on inhalers and "going in and out of hospitals."
When you're the conscious captain in your kitchen, you'll feel better mentally and physically. That means less garbage (and excuses), and more love in your belly. You feel centered and grounded because you're ahead of the game at home.
I recently interviewed Kris for The Women's Eye Radio Show and got to hear her speak at the You Can Heal Your Life Conference in Las Vegas. This wellness activist preaches self-care, ending negative self-talk, and adopting a plant-based diet.