Waylon Lewis of elephantjournal.com: a conversation with Dr. Andrew Weil.

Via Walk The Talk Show
on Jan 26, 2009
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elephantjournaldotcom editor-in-chief Waylon Lewis sits down with Dr. Andrew Weil at Origins, in Denver.


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8 Responses to “Waylon Lewis of elephantjournal.com: a conversation with Dr. Andrew Weil.”

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  2. LINA says:

    this was awesome. Go mr. Weil!! but what are we going to do with that health care??

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  4. Loved this video – I've looked up to Dr. Weil for a long time! I like to say that Dr. Weil taught me to breathe. I learned how to breathe properly from one of his books – it's made a huge difference to me!

    (So glad I found your site today!!)

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  8. Candice says:

    Dudes talking about inflammation and being overweight and he doesn't look the skinniest. Walk the walk and talk the talk. A little bit of cross marketing going on here. All benefit for him. He can sell more of his books off of Origins marketing and should he be selling books when he is overweight? Do you people not see this?