Jane Wilkens Michael: Better Than Before

Through her books and nationally syndicated beauty, health and fitness columns, Jane Wilkens Michael has helped change the lives of millions of readers who have experienced a life-altering event by encouraging them to become Better Than Before. Now Jane’s experience and expertise can be heard on talk radio. On their journey, her listeners will learn simple steps to relax, replenish and rejuvenate — to become Better Than Before


jane3Jane Wilkens Michael is a renowned radio host, journalist and author who specializes in writing and speaking about health, beauty, fitness and spas. Jane is the founder of Better Than Before, the innovative program designed to empower and improve your everyday life. She is also a syndicated health and beauty columnist who writes the Better Than Before column for Chopra’s Intent.com and Spry Living Magazine. She contributes to Sheknows and AARP Magazine, as well. Jane created “Beauty Talk,” a monthly column for Town & County Magazine and was a contributing writer to The International Herald Tribune in Paris, The New York Times, New York Post, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Ticketmaster’s Live! Magazine and Star. She is the author of Breakfast Lunch and Dinner of Champions, for which she interviewed athletes in ten major sports and discussed their nutritional needs and ideal diets, as well as two spa and beauty books. She is currently writing her latest book on how to look and feel Better Than Before.

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JANE’S LATEST POSTS

Better Than Before: Making the Best of Arthritis

Better Than Before: Making the Best of Arthritis

The Europeans have it all figured out. At the first sign of any aches they don’t take to bed with a bottle of Aleve. No, they head for the thermae of Italy, the baden of Germany, the baths of England, and station thermales of France The treatments at these detox meccas include water (fresh and…

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Better Than Before: Thinner for (Holiday) Dinner

Better Than Before: Thinner for (Holiday) Dinner

Next week brings us Passover and Easter. And just these two holidays alone can spell diet disaster. If you’ve ever eaten matzoh, you know that it stays in your system for all eight days, unable to find a way out! And matzoh balls can sometimes weigh as much as a Mack truck. An Easter brunch…

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