The Balancing Act is known as the premier morning show for women with useful topics related to today’s lifestyle. The show features information that is relevant to the lives of women from all walks of life. The Balancing Act is hosted by three remarkable ladies: former ESPN Sports Focus host Julie Moran, skincare entrepreneur Danielle Knox, and Olga Villaverde, who previously worked for Fox News and local television stations in Texas and Florida.
Here, The Balancing Act answers questions regarding some of their special features of the season.
Two popular American chefs were featured on morning show The Balancing Act, which airs on Lifetime TV.
The food companies welcomed to the kitchen set of The Balancing Act—Maruchan Foods and Columbus Foods—appeared Thursday, August 29, 2013, at 7 a.m. on Lifetime TV. The Balancing Act hosts started the morning with recipe tips and ideas, lively demonstrations, animated conversation and helpful information to improve a woman’s life.
As a pioneer in morning programming, The Balancing Act on Lifetime TV jumpstarts a series of conversations that influence today’s women to take charge of their lives. In an upcoming episode, The Balancing Act, with assistance from American Regent, will shine a light on two conditions that have a pronounced impact on many viewers: anemia and iron deficiency. Here, The Balancing Act previews this special engagement designed to educate this valued audience.
Q: What is American Regent?
The Balancing Act: Since 1967, the company has collaborated with numerous health-care professionals to provide the safest, most effective products for the benefit of clinics, pharmacies, dialysis centers and hospitals.
The Balancing Act knows how to help busy women balance their lives. Often, this means juggling beauty with health. Recently, the popular morning television series introduced Keeki Pure & Simple LLC.
Who is Keeki?
According to The Balancing Act, Keeki Pure & Simple is a maker of plant-based skin care products. The company was founded by Natalie Bauss. This California native and 20-year skincare veteran developed the original Pure & Simple products for her own teenage daughter. The Balancing Act says Bauss is a success story and actually started whipping up her all-natural beauty products in her own kitchen with things she had grown on the organic farm where she lives.
According to the producers of Lifetime TV’s The Balancing Act, hair stylist, colorist and celebrity makeover artist Rick Wellman in partnership with New Vitality will appear on an upcoming episode to discuss different forms of keratin treatments that can help viewers make their hair frizz-free right at home.
Q: What can fans of the show expect during this segment?
The Balancing Act: New Vitality has sponsored an informative and entertaining segment that will introduce their BioLustre hair treatment for an episode scheduled to air in November. With so many people searching for an inexpensive yet effective hair treatment, we feel this is the perfect opportunity to enlighten viewers about BioLustre.
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