Past Shows

Listen to our complete archive for free!

Ask Dr. Bunny. You grew up in Ethiopia? Sharon Daly, guest

Sharon_Daly

Sharon_DalySharon Daly, President of Mossy Foot International, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss growing up in Ethiopia, where her father was a missionary doctor.  Sharon explains what Ethiopia is like, and the challenges of the Ethiopian people.

Sharon also shares very important information about Mossy Foot and the Mossy Foot Project.  Sharon is passionate about her work to help prevent Mossy Foot and to help people who are afflicted with Mossy Foot.

Tune in and learn how you can help!

The Mossy Foot Project is dedicated to providing mossy foot patients in Ethiopia with life-changing support through education, prevention, medical treatment, vocational training, and a message of hope.

About the Mossy Foot Project:

The Mossy Foot Project works on raising the level of awareness about podoconiosis in the Western world and focuses on its prevention, treatment, and eradication among those who are at risk in Ethiopia. Our work is presently centered in the town of Soddo, Wolaitta zone in southern Ethiopia.

We have been a registered NGO in Ethiopia since 2000, chartered with the mission to treat and eradicate podoconiosis, and a licensed 501c(3) organization in the US since 2006.

We provide medical treatment, education, vocational training and both social counseling and emotional support to individuals and their families who are afflicted with podoconiosis.

Mossy Foot Project takes a holistic approach to addressing this disease by providing care for whole person. Along with sharing  physical care and education to reduce symptoms, we also provide vocational training  to assist families and establish a means for livelihood, and offer income generating opportunities so they can start businesses to support themselves. In addition, we offer social counseling emotional support.

About the Mossy Foot Stories book:

We are also excited to announce our first book!  Mossy Foot Stories is a collection of patient stories demonstrating how the treatment offered by Mossy Foot Project has brought men, women, and children from misery and ostracism to restoration and wholeness.

We’re sure you will enjoy this opportunity to read these detailed accounts of special individuals who have been touched through your partnership with us.

You can purchase the book at Amazon in either print or Kindle format.

The e-book will also be available for  iTunes, Google books, and Kobo books on their sites.

This collection of stories reflects the legacy of  Dr. Nathan Barlow and the continuing work of the Mossy Foot Project, which he founded. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to support the operational cost of continuing to serve mossy foot patients in Ethiopia.

Please share this book with others who you think might like to know more about what we do. And if the book touches your heart, consider writing a review on one of the sites where it is sold recommending it to others.

Contact Sharon Daly  at (805) 216-9917

Contact the Mossy Foot Project at: http://mossyfoot.com/contact/

Also visit: http://mossyfoot.com/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. How do women find balance in their life? Deborah Roberts, guest

Deborah_Robers

Deborah_RobersBusinesswoman Deborah Roberts,  joins Dr. Bunny to discuss her finding balance between business, family, and her amazing relationship with a wonderful man.  Deborah shares her personal story of how she got started in business, and along the way fell in love with a very special man – who is so full of energy, joy & love, that age just doesn’t matter.

Deborah Roberts owns Cloud 9 Telcom and she is a consultant (aggregator) for business phone systems, computer networks, computer infrastructure, etc.  Deborah works with a wide variety of businesses across the nation to fulfill their telecommunication needs.

Deborah’s business has taken her all over the country, working with many different companies and learning all aspects of the telecommunications industry.

Deborah’s goal is to build her company up to be something strong.  She’s always dreamed of owning her own company & her dream has come to fruition!  She is looking for some very motivated salespeople with Telcom background to join her company.  If you believe you are that person, give her a call!!

Contact Deborah Roberts at (805) 947-1260 or E-mail: deborah@cloud9telcom.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is Astrology? Elise Hicks, guest

Elise Hicks

Elise HicksAstrologer Elise Hicks, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss Astrology and the stars.   Elise shares her amazing, and very personal, story about how she became involved in Astrology, and how she learned at a very young age about energy, the Chakras and the whole Metaphysical world.

Tune in and learn about Elise’s journey to becoming an Astrologer, and how she uses the tool of Astrology to understand herself and others.   Elise explains how she envisions life much like traveling on a river – and if you know that there are rapids coming, you can shift your center of gravity & make sure your lifevest is on! A fascinating interview you don’t want to miss!

Elise’s 2017 Spring Equinox Special:

Although we in the west acknowledge January 1st as the first day of our new year, we tropical astrologers see the time when our Sun crosses the equator on its journey north as the first day of our new year.  We also call this the Vernal Equinox and the first day of Spring…the beginning of our spirited, pioneering, and brave sign of Aries!

In order to begin this powerful Astrological New Year with a bang, I am offering a very special package.  Let’s usher in this Spring in the most empowering way possible!

My 2017 Spring Equinox Package Includes:

* A 1-Hour Consultation

* A Natal Chart & Report:

Discover who you are, the traits you were born with, your personality, gifts, challenges, propensity for success in love and career ~ Very revealing!

* A 1-Year Transit Report:

Your Planetary ‘Weather Report.’  Is it sunny or raining in your world?  As the planets move, they can affect us in various ways.  We can better exercise our free will when we are clear about the forecast.

* A 1-Year Progression Report:

This insightful report speaks to how our life unfolds in a slower, more deliberate way via a day-for-a-year, Secondary Progression.  Our progressed charts reveal periods of deep and intense unfoldment in our lives. 

* An Astrocartography Report:

Based on our birth charts, some places are better for us than others. Discover the details on your city of residence.  

About Elise Hicks:

Elise has been a practicing astrologer and metaphysician since her father’s gift of an astrology reading for her eighteenth birthday.  What was truly special about this gift is the fact that he had been given only six months to live when she was just twelve years old. 

His healing journey became the white rabbit event that triggered much discovery for both of them.  She often refers to her Dad as her first guru.   Now, some 40 years later, her studies have evolved into a field that incorporates quantum physics into her astrology practice.   Her goal is to empower her clients into self-discovery and limitless possibility.

Contact Elise Hicks by email at AstrologyAsAboveSoBelow@gmail.com

Also visit: https://www.astrologyasabovesobelow.com/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. How’d you get so happy? Husam Hishmeh, guest

Husam Hishmeh

Husam HishmehHusam Hishmeh joins Dr. Bunny to talk about happiness!  Husam shares his personal story of how he became so happy – and how happiness is a choice!  Husam also discusses finding balance in life, and how in order to find balance, you need to give back.  And remember, your time is the most precious thing in life – and to give your time to others is so very important!  A great interview with a man who is a true inspiration!

About Husam Hishmeh & Hishmeh Enterprises (from the Santa Paula Times):

It all started in 1988 when brothers Sam, Walter and Husam Hishmeh purchased a Domino’s Pizza store in Santa Paula, California. And now, 20 years later, Hishmeh Enterprises has grown to a Domino’s Pizza franchise of sixteen stores with over $13 million in sales annually.

A family business, Hishmeh Enterprises is operated by brothers Sam, Walter, Husam, Nick, Bashar, Tareq and Ghada, their wives and their parents Mitri and Rima. Named the large business of the year by the Ventura Chamber of Commerce in 2008, Hishmeh Enterprises employs 400 residents of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

“We pride ourselves in not only providing our customers with great food and great service at a fair price,” said Sam Hishmeh, president of Hishmeh Enterprises, “we also believe it is important to be a community partner that gives time and resources to various organizations such as Food Share, the Boys and Girls Clubs, the Strawberry Festival, the Salsa Festival, and the Santa Paula Police and Fire Foundation.”

“We also participate in the Chambers of Commerce in each city where we own stores,” added Sam Hishmeh. “We learn a great deal from our fellow business people.”

Contact Husam Hishmeh by email at husam@hishmehenterprises.com,  or call (805) 650-9946 x102

Also visit: https://www.dominos.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is Lyme Disease? Amanda Rossi, guest.

Amanda_Rossi

Amanda_RossiAmanda Rossi joins Dr. Bunny to discuss Lyme disease.  Amanda shares her personal story about her journey & health issues that she experienced that finally led doctors to discover she had Lyme disease.  Amanda talks about how it has affected her life, her serious challenges when her Lyme disease flares up, and what she has done to improve her health.

An extremely interesting & informative interview!

Here is what Wikipedia has to say about Lyme disease:

Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type.The most common sign of infection is an expanding area of redness, known as erythema migrans, that begins at the site of a tick bite about a week after it has occurred. The rash is typically neither itchy nor painful. Approximately 25–50% of infected people do not develop a rash. Other early symptoms may include fever, headache and feeling tired. If untreated, symptoms may include loss of the ability to move one or both sides of the face, joint pains, severe headaches with neck stiffness, or heart palpitations, among others. Months to years later, repeated episodes of joint pain and swelling may occur. Occasionally, people develop shooting pains or tingling in their arms and legs. Despite appropriate treatment, about 10 to 20% of people develop joint pains, memory problems, and feel tired for at least six months.

Lyme disease is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected ticks of the Ixodes genus. Usually, the tick must be attached for 36 to 48 hours before the bacteria can spread. In North America, Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto and Borrelia mayonii are the cause.  In Europe and Asia, the bacteria Borrelia afzelii and Borrelia garinii are also causes of the disease. The disease does not appear to be transmissible between people, by other animals, or through food. Diagnosis is based upon a combination of symptoms, history of tick exposure, and possibly testing for specific antibodies in the blood. Blood tests are often negative in the early stages of the disease. Testing of individual ticks is not typically useful.

Lyme disease is the most common disease spread by ticks in the Northern Hemisphere. It is estimated to affect 300,000 people a year in the United States and 65,000 people a year in Europe.  Infections are most common in the spring and early summer. Lyme disease was diagnosed as a separate condition for the first time in 1975 in Old Lyme, Connecticut. It was originally mistaken for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. The bacterium involved was first described in 1981 by Willy Burgdorfer. Chronic symptoms are well described and are known as post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome, although it is often called chronic Lyme disease. Some healthcare providers claim that it is due to ongoing infection; however, this is not believed to be true. A previous vaccine is no longer available. Research is ongoing to develop new vaccines.

Contact Amanda Rossi by e-mail at amandarossi22@gmail.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is Lupus? Dora Chavez, guest

Dora_Chavez

Dora_ChavezDora Chavez joins Dr. Bunny to discuss the autoimmune disease, Lupus – what it is, what to do if you get diagnosed with it, and what can be done to treat it. 

Dora shares her personal story of being diagnosed with Lupus, the process of how the doctors finally figured out that it actually was Lupus, and how she sought treatment. 

An interesting and informative interview with a very special woman!

Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about Lupus:

Lupus, or Lupus erythematosus, is a disease of the immune system. It is chronic, which means it does not go away. It is an autoimmune disease, where the person’s immune system attacks their own body.

The immune system is partly made up of white blood cells in your body that fight off disease. In lupus, these white blood cells think that the healthy cells of the body around them are diseased, so they end up attacking healthy parts of the body. Lupus can be deadly. It causes swelling and tissue damage, and can attack any part of the body. It most commonly affects the heart, joints, skin, lungs, blood vessels, kidneys and the brain/nervous system.

Some symptoms include: fatigue, fever with no cause, hair loss, mouth sores, sensitivity to sunlight, a skin disease, and Raynaud’s syndrome. There is treatment for lupus, called immunosuppression, which is medicine that stops the white blood cells from damaging healthy cells for a while. After a while, this medicine wears off, and then the white blood cells go back to hurting healthy parts of the body again. For the disease of lupus, there is no cure that stops the white blood cells from attacking healthy parts of the body forever, but doctors are not giving up on finding a cure.

In the United States alone, there may be 270,000 to 1.5 million (1,500,000) people with lupus. Worldwide, it is estimated (not known for sure, but a good guess) that over 5 million (5,000,000) people living with lupus.   The disease mainly affects young women, but men can be affected as well.

Contact Dora Chavez by e-mail at dora.chavezz@gmail.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What’s the story of Jafra? Terina Brandsberg and Sara Hipple, guests.

sarahipple_terinabrandsberg

sarahipple_terinabrandsbergTerina Brandsberg and Sara Hipple join Dr. Bunny to discuss Jafra, and how it has truly changed their lives!  Are you familiar with Jafra?  Jafra is skincare, makeup, spa products, fragrances – and so much more!  Tune in and learn how this great company has helped so many people, in so many ways!

About Jafra:

We celebrate the unique spirit within every woman. And all those little, lovable things that make you imperfectly perfect and individually beautiful. We celebrate all that you are, all that you do and all that you’re capable of.

That’s why we create beauty products and business opportunities that cater to all that you need. Allowing you to explore, discover, reinvent and reveal your true potential. And always radiate your unique, beautiful self.

At JAFRA, we believe in making confidence contagious, spreading success and inspiring individuality. We’re here to make your best even better, your smile a little wider, and your future all the brighter.

JAFRA—freedom to be you.

Jafra’s Heritage:

The year is 1956.  Elvis Presley first hits the music scene.  Grace Kelly marries Prince Rainier of Monaco.  Non-stick frying pans are introduced.  And JAFRA is born.   The place is Malibu, California, a beautiful oceanside community along the Pacific coast.  The co-founders are a young couple with a vision and a dream, Jan and Frank Day.  JAFRA’s unique name was derived by combining its co-founders’ first names (JA + FRA).    Jan and Frank studied the ancient beauty secrets of the Egyptians and the legendary Royal Jelly Milk Balm was born.  Royal Jelly became an overnight success and it has remained JAFRA’s signature product to this day.  The company expanded to include product collections in Skincare, Fragrance, Makeup and Bath & Body.   The Days’ dedication to empowering women went beyond helping them look and feel their best. JAFRA also provided women the opportunity to sell the JAFRA products as Independent Consultants.   Today, the Day legacy lives on in JAFRA’s mission and values. JAFRA Cosmetics International creates beauty products and business opportunities that cater to all that women need, allowing them to explore, discover, reinvent and reveal their true potential. With the slogan “freedom to be you,” JAFRA celebrates the unique spirit within every woman, and all the things that make her imperfectly perfect and individually beautiful.   JAFRA is committed to achieving its mission of transforming the lives of millions of women around the world!

Contact Terina Brandsberg at (805) 625-1820 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/terinabrandsberg

Also visit: www.myjafra.com/terinabrandsberg

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is the Mossy Foot Project? Kevin Daly, guest

Mossy-Foot-Stories-Edited

Mossy-Foot-Stories-Edited

Kevin Daly, Vice President of the Mossy Foot Project, joins Dr. Bunny to explain what the Mossy Foot Project is, why it is so important to know about, and what is being done to help.  This is a fascinating and informative interview that you need to hear!

About the Mossy Foot Project:

The Mossy Foot Project works on raising the level of awareness about podoconiosis in the Western world and focuses on its prevention, treatment, and eradication among those who are at risk in Ethiopia. Our work is presently centered in the town of Soddo, Wolaitta zone in southern Ethiopia.

We have been a registered NGO in Ethiopia since 2000, chartered with the mission to treat and eradicate podoconiosis, and a licensed 501c(3) organization in the US since 2006.

We provide medical treatment, education, vocational training and both social counseling and emotional support to individuals and their families who are afflicted with podoconiosis.

Mossy Foot Project takes a holistic approach to addressing this disease by providing care for whole person. Along with sharing  physical care and education to reduce symptoms, we also provide vocational training  to assist families and establish a means for livelihood, and offer income generating opportunities so they can start businesses to support themselves. In addition, we offer social counseling emotional support.

About the Mossy Foot Stories book:

We are also excited to announce our first book!  Mossy Foot Stories is a collection of patient stories demonstrating how the treatment offered by Mossy Foot Project has brought men, women, and children from misery and ostracism to restoration and wholeness.

We’re sure you will enjoy this opportunity to read these detailed accounts of special individuals who have been touched through your partnership with us.

You can purchase the book at Amazon in either print or Kindle format.

The e-book will also be available for  iTunes, Google books, and Kobo books on their sites.

This collection of stories reflects the legacy of  Dr. Nathan Barlow and the continuing work of the Mossy Foot Project, which he founded. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to support the operational cost of continuing to serve mossy foot patients in Ethiopia.

Please share this book with others who you think might like to know more about what we do. And if the book touches your heart, consider writing a review on one of the sites where it is sold recommending it to others.

Contact Kevin Daly and the Mossy Foot Project at (805) 216-9628

Contact the Mossy Foot Project at: http://mossyfoot.com/contact/

Also visit: http://mossyfoot.com/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. Why is knowledge of investments important? Meyer Levy, guest

Meyer

MeyerMeyer Levy joins Dr. Bunny to discuss investments, real estate, and how he helps people save money everyday!

Meyer is a fascinating person with an amazing story, and it is clear that he loves what he does!  He shares his vast knowledge regarding the three main factors to look for in an investment, his opinion regarding gold, silver and diamond investing, and how YOU can pay your mortgage much faster! Meyer also gives insight on reverse mortgages, and why buying real estate can be your best investment.

Tune in for tons of valuable info in this very special interview!

What is a reverse mortgage:

A reverse mortgage or home equity conversion mortgage (HECM) is a type of home loan for older homeowners that requires no monthly mortgage payments. Borrowers are still responsible for property taxes and homeowner’s insurance.

Wikipedia defines an investment:

To invest is to allocate money (or sometimes another resource, such as time) in the expectation of some benefit in the future.

In finance, the benefit from investment is called a return. The return may consist of capital gain or investment income, including dividends, interest, rental income etc., or a combination of the two. The projected economic return is the appropriately discounted value of the future returns. The historic return comprises the actual capital gain (or loss) or income (or both) over a period of time.

Investment generally results in acquiring an asset, also called an investment. If the asset is available at a price worth investing, it is normally expected either to generate income, or to appreciate in value, so that it can be sold at a higher price (or both).

Investors generally expect higher returns from riskier investments. Financial assets range from low-risk, low-return investments, such as high-grade government bonds, to those with higher risk and higher expected commensurate reward, such as emerging markets stock investments.

Investors, particularly novices, are often advised to adopt an investment strategy and diversify their portfolio. Diversification has the statistical effect of reducing overall risk.

Contact Meyer Levy at (818) 257-8550 or E-mail:  meyer3060@yahoo.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is The Great Catsby and how can it help save lives? Barbara Hinton, guest

BarbaraHintonCat

BarbaraHintonCatBarbara Hinton joins Dr. Bunny to discuss cats and a very exciting upcoming event:  The Great Catsby!   Barbara also shares her experiences being an owner (or being owned? 🙂 of 5 lovely cats, being a foster parent for rescued cats, and volunteering with cat rescues.  Tune in to learn how you can have fun & help rescued cats – and dogs, too!

About The Great Catsby event:

Come celebrate on the 3rd Annual Ties & Tails Gala – “The Great Catsby” at the beautiful Sherwood Country Club, 320 W Stafford Rd, Westlake Village, on March 11, 2017, 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm.  Cocktail Hour, sit down dinner, goodie bags with the amazing Timothy Jay candles, live and silent auction and the Pawsitive Awards.  Tickets go on sale January 23, 2017.   Individual ticket price – $200

Sponsorship and Auction Items needed. If interested email chad@pawworks.org

About Paw Works:

We Shall Lead, Protect, Heal, Comfort and Shelter Those Who Cannot Speak for Themselves.

By working together, we can end the senseless killing of healthy, adoptable animals through education that promotes responsible pet ownership.

Paw Works is a nonprofit rescue organization that partners with county and city shelters to give abandoned animals a second chance at life. Through pet adoption and community programs, we focus on responsible pet ownership and solutions that address animal overpopulation and abandonment.

Responsibility:

Pet overpopulation has become a national crisis. According to the Humane Society:

  • Every 13 seconds, a healthy, adoptable dog or cat is euthanized in a U.S. shelter.
  • Almost 3 million pets are put down in shelters every year, and about 80 percent of them are healthy and could have been adopted into new homes.

Our mission is to drive transformative change in animal rescue, one pet at a time, as we expand the “No Kill” county model throughout California. We are working to promote pet ownership through education and programs that offer free spaying and neutering, training and veterinary care in underserved and low-income areas.

Also visit: http://pawworks.org/

About Greyfoot Cat Rescue:

Also visit: http://greyfootcat.rescuegroups.org/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Dr. Bunny

drbaranski_4

Matt_Bromund_Banner_3

qandabanner_1.a

stylenow_banner4

Johannes_Banner_1

Phonto

Dyanne_Banner_7

1460240238854.jpg

Meyer_Banner

Science of Life Institute

Previous Shows