Deepak Chopra and Kimberly Snyder on Radical Beauty: What America needs most

New approaches to health, particularly holistic approaches are what we need most, yet it is seemingly impossible to implement due to the culture and food supply chains in the US. Recently, Deepak Chopra went as far as to assert that unless we change our ways and become more healthy, it will lead to economic decline! Weight loss is perhaps not the only issue to be concerned with since many people who are stressed and driven by 4 coffees per day, certainly achieved their perfect weight.

Perhaps you’d like to read more about this in their new book, however we maintain that unless food supply chains can improve – and wealth disparity decreases, the problem will remain, that those who cannot afford the premium prices of healthy foods, will be stuck in a position where GM and fastfood is all they can afford.

A more assertive Deepak Chopra than what initially appeared on the ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ in 1993 (and as Michael Jackson’s most-trusted spiritual advisor), now teamed up with Kimberly Snyder to make a point about the need for a new approach. They are hoping to redefine the way Americans look at Beauty and Health.

“Health is the number one trend in the world. And, if you track well-being not just physical, emotional and spiritual, but also what we call social well-being or community well-being, it directly correlates with financial well-being. So, if people ignore their well-being, they are going to have a financial crisis too,” Chopra tells

Snyder, author of “The Beauty Detox” series and nutritionist to celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Drew Barrymore, and Kerry Washington, says the idea that inspired the collaboration was redefining beauty from the inside-out.

“Instead of focusing on one specific thing, eating for weight or putting on makeup for the external, our six pillars cover a whole lifestyle that works internally to have you feel and look your most beautiful,” Snyder tells