Thursday, October 31, 2013

Sex Drugs Rock N Roll How To Have a Healthy Liver - RIP Lou Reed October...

We just lost Lou Reed at the young age of 71.
 I made this video inspired by him as the cause of his departure was related to liver function. Diseased livers are epidemic in North American today and the good news is it can be prevented and avoided  easily. If you are looking for a way to have increased energy, longevity and would like to support your body against cancer and environmental stresses enjoy the video I made on this topic. I put forth the wisdom and share some easy tips I have imbibed from my first teacher Bernando LaPallo my grandfather who has always stressed keeping your liver clean. I made this video for you to sum it up! Make your health your first priority -
The Living Connection with Ekayani Chamberlin
WATCH NOW   Quick Video on Sex Drugs & How to Have a Healthy Liver


Bernando LaPallo and I at his 110th Birthday Party on Phoenix



Healthy Liver to Diseased Livers



Lou Reed's ode to his drug pick up uptown from his Velvet Underground days.
On A Personal Note:
My musical performance and the formation of my first band (Ekayani and the Healing Band) first found a home in the East Village of the late 90's. The atmosphere of  PUNK was still in the air and CBGB's was still open for business. Even though my "genre" was TRIP - HOP,  I loved going to CBGB's! The Ramones are one of my fave bands &  I felt them strongly as Joey was still alive then leaving us in 2000. (The Continental ran a Christmas show with Joey for a couple of years). Part and parcel of  this scene was Lou Reed who inspired so many kids to form bands and express their observations about society. life. addictions. struggles. fame.
I got to see Lou and his wife Laurie Anderson for the first time in person at Joe's Pub (2004)  as part of HOWL!  a sprawling week long festival dedicated to Allen Ginsberg. As usual, Lou was terse and got right to the point playing his song, thanking us for the Honor and leaving the stage wearing that ubiquitous black leather jacket of his. Death is a great part of this cycle of Life as one generation makes room for the next. Still as a Health Coach I couldn't rest easy without making this video inspired by Lou.

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