NUTRITION & COOKING
For training and education, along with practical experience and nutrition as it relates to healing, Beth opens the doorway for your discovery of abundant health. Using food as medicine never tasted so delicious or felt so good. This is central to Beth’s message of health and longevity and is at the heart of The Misner Plan. Too often we eat for the pleasure of our taste buds, not taking into consideration the impact of what and how we eat has on our physical bodies. Beth teaches simple cooking techniques and recipes that bring deliciousness and health together in the kitchen.
Best Misner introduces Chef Rose in the kitchen at the Misner home in Austin.Posted by Misner Plan on Friday, September 22, 2017
Beth Misner introduces Chef Rose in the kitchen at the Misner home in Austin, Texas.
Click HERE to listen to the podcast. TRANSCRIPT BELOW: Hi, I’m Beth Misner, and I want to welcome you to episode 10 of the Abundant Health podcast. I’m really glad you’re joining me today, and I hope you’ll come back again. In my weekly podcast, I tell stories,...read more
Click HERE to listen to the podcast now! PODCAST TRANSCRIPT BELOW: Hi, I’m Beth Misner, and I want to welcome you to episode 7 of the Abundant Health podcast. I’m glad you’re joining me today, and I do hope you’ll come back over and over. In my weekly podcast, I...read more
Photo by Beth MisnerAll Rights Reserved 2020 This is a picture of the tree that greets me every time I pull into my drive way when I return home. I think of this tree as a good friend; yes, I said a friend! And trees are our friends. Without them, our planet would not...read more
Click HERE to listen to the podcast. PODCAST TRANSCRIPT: Hi, I’m Beth Misner, and I want to welcome you to episode 5 of the Abundant Health podcast. I’m really glad you’re joining me today, and I hope you’ll come back again. In my weekly podcast, I tell stories,...read more
What’s the deal with salt? Is it good for us, bad for us; should we use it, should we avoid it; Is it important for our health, is it bad for our health? As a nutritionist, sometimes I cringe when I read certain things or hear people say, “I have to limit my salt...read more
I don't know what's going on for me lately, but I am having a hard time with eating meat! And I don't mean only physically, but emotionally. While I was making lamb patties the other day for our lunch, I looked down at my hands covered in the ground flesh of this...read more
I recently watched Qigong master, Dr. Roger Janhke's Facebook Live and heard him sharing about the REAL free healthcare. He said that Medicare is not really free healthcare; it's free medicine/drugs and surgeries! He went on to say that HEALTHcare is truly free,...read more
Upon hearing the words in 2009 from Dr. Darmal, a psychiatrist at the Amen Clinics, that would change my relationship with myself, I was stunned, shocked, and mostly mortified. “You have a low-level mood disorder and extreme ADD,” he said. After 45 years of...read more
We are having a spectacular display of fall color from our trees here in Central Texas. The trees are so brilliant: the bright reds, oranges, yellows, and all the variations of these three colors combined. It is simply magnificent. I noticed an article...read more