MindBodyGreen to Help People Get Started with Better, Healthier, Greener Living by Launching Weekly "Q & A" Interviews and New Editorial Content

With unemployment at all-time highs, ballooning health care costs, and an increasing concern for the environment, MindBodyGreen aims to help both men and women get started with self-help, stress reduction techniques, diet and fitness, preventative wellness measures, and practical and free eco-friendly tips to help them live better, healthier, greener lives.

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We are thrilled about the addition of our new editorial content and our Q & A

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 10, 2009

MindBodyGreen (http://www.MindBodyGreen.com ) - your online resource for better, healthier, greener living - announced today the launch of its weekly series of "Q & A" interviews, as well as the addition of editorial content, to complement the site's user-submitted news. The new editorial content includes easy tips, beginner guides, and book suggestions on topics such as self-help, spirituality, meditation, yoga, diet, fitness, preventative wellness, and practical eco-friendly living.

A new Q & A will debut on the site each Friday and will include interviews with inspiring people such as self-help authors, entrepreneurs, yogis, diet and fitness gurus, green lifestyle experts, and more.

The first Q & A takes place with Ironman champion triathlete, Hillary Biscay, on Friday September 11th, just two days before she defends her 1st place finish at Ironman Wisconsin. Future Q & A's feature such people as Sarma Melngailis, founder of New York City's Pure Food and Wine restaurant, and Gay Hendricks, relationship guru and author of over 30 self-help books.

"We are thrilled about the addition of our new editorial content and our Q & A," said Jason Wachob, MindBodyGreen's Founder. "Given the state of the economy, rising health care costs, and an increasing concern for the environment, we felt there was a huge need to help both men and women who wanted to live better, healthier and greener lives but didn't know where to start. The new MindBodyGreen will now provide easy tips and actionable information to these people and able to do so with a fresh new look as we've undergone a complete site redesign."

For more on MindBodyGreen and its new editorial content and Q & A conversations, you can visit MindBodyGreen.com.

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