Deciding what to eat has gotten so complicated, it seems one needs a scientist in the kitchen! But don’t worry—Dr. Joan Borysenko is ready to dish up some bite size portions of the latest nutritional science, along with generous helpings of traditional wisdom, warmth and humor, paired with the enjoyment of wholesome food. Borysenko is cooking […]
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Joan was interviewed by Elissa Melaragno for ANCHOR magazine (Still Harbor). You can read online here.
Deciding what to eat has gotten so complicated, it seems you need a scientist in the kitchen. So don’t worry – now you’ve got two! Mostly we are two foodies who want to have fun in the kitchen, then sit down to the sensuous pleasures of leisurely enjoying a beautiful meal. Join me along with […]
Dear Friends, I have some very exciting news for you. My husband Gordon and I moved to Santa Fe about a year ago, and people keep asking, “Are you doing any programs in Santa Fe? It’s such a great place!” Santa Fe is indeed a treasure. So I’m proud to announce the first ever “At Home […]
Joan was recently interviewed for The Transforming Aging Summit. Listen below: https://www.joanborysenko.com/wp-content/uploads/audio/TransformingAgingSummit2016-0303-1300-JoanBorysenko-Audio.mp3 This interview is part of The Transforming Aging Summit, a free online event where some of the most powerful people in the field of aging share their knowledge, and experience to help you make your later years your greater years. For more information, […]
Human beings are complex, opinionated, and capable of great love as well as virulent hatred. We can and do grow from perplexities, tensions, and difficulties. That’s what resilience is all about. Whatever side of the fence you’re on, however and whatever informs you, we are all journeying together in the Land Between No Longer and […]
Edie Weinstein welcomes Dr. Joan Borysenko as they explore the nature of loving relationships and the intersection of science and spirituality to describe the ways in which we can connect with each other. One of Joan’s specialties is the area of interspirituality which is the common ground where all of the wisdom traditions meet. brough […]
I was once a cancer cell biologist, teaching and doing research at Tufts Medical School in Boston. The last of the experiments that I did, back in the mid to late 1970’s, showed that environment was a potent driver of how cancer cells looked and acted than their genes. As a cell biologist I wondered […]
Why am I on a campaign to increase nutritional literacy > Easy- knowing why what we eat matters can change our personal health and the health of our country. Check out my short video on the 5 pillars of dietary doom. It’s part of a presentation that I crafted for the World Summit of Integrative […]
Ready for some summer fun and inspiration? Want to laugh and cry, learn a lot, kick up your heels, and enjoy the company of a fabulous group of women? Come on along to the 4th annual east coast women’s spiritual retreat that I facilitate along with the divine Karen Drucker at the Kripalu Center for […]
I’m a longtime scientist, psychologist and spiritual seeker who just loves sharing what I’ve learned about health, happiness and soulful living with friends like you. Together let’s learn, grow and leave a legacy of human goodness. Are you in?