Tony and I are back as we talk about “Restaurant Survival 101”. We focus on tips you can apply while eating out and some “big avoids” to be mindful of.

We also discuss how chains are bringing in healthier options so that we can lead a lifestyle that is practical yet healthy! If you live a lifestyle where you have to eat out more often then be sure to listen to today’s segment.

Next, is my very special guest, Amandine Roche, who is a human rights lawyer and a bonafide peacekeeper in the truest sense. We discuss how Amandine started a foundation called the Amanuddin Foundation and why she’s been living in Kabul on and off for the past decade.

Amandine also talks about how she taught meditation to the Taliban and has dedicated her entire life to peace. Amandine discusses how she consults with the UN and their department of peacekeeping, UNICEF and how she is a strong force in the world for non-violence, democracy and gender equality. This interview will not only inspire you, it will empower you to make positive changes in your own life.

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  • How to enjoy eating out…
  • Ways to get social without the pressures of eating unhealthy…
  • The main foods to avoid…
  • How to order and what to drink…
  • Chain restaurants with healthier options…
  • Amandine speaks about living in Afghanistan…
  • What inspired Amandine at a young age…
  • Staying focused through yoga and meditation…
  • The two pillars of the Amanuddin Foundation…


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About Amandine Roche

Amandine is a Human Right lawyer, having studied human rights and writing her political science thesis about the Panchen Lama, the youngest prisoner in the world kidnapped by the Chinese.

Amandine pursued the path of peacebuilding and conflict resolution, consulting with the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping, European Commission, UNICEF, UNDP, UNESCO, UNWOMEN, USAID, Reporter without Border, IOM and NDI, in many parts of the world. Her current peace building efforts focus on democracy, election, human rights, freedom of expression, education, media awareness, gender equality, and youth empowerment as means for attaining non-violence.

About Tony Flores, a long-time friend of Kimberly who, after graduating from Stanford University, began researching and writing professionally full-time. He has a passion for natural health, especially Beauty Detox, and loves to share exciting new studies and insights he learns with Kimberly and the community!


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Restaurant Survival 101 Segment:


  1. Water – ideally bottled, also get no ice
  2. Salads – oil/lemon/herb/salt as dressing
  3. Avoid anything fried
  4. Choose veggies from the safe list – Avocado, Cabbage, Peas, Onions, Asparagus, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Eggplant
  5. Choose leaner meats – to avoid the fat soluble toxins

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