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  • 00:31

    Sugar cause Dementia/Alzheimer? Paulette Young 858-769-4936 press 1 8pm pst

    in Health

    Sugar is the main energy source for cells in your body. After eating your blood sugar increases. A hormone called insulin helps in getting the sugar into the cells where the sugar can be used for energy. If one is prediabetic you are at risk for developing diabetes and heart disease. The ones at highest risk for diabetes Type 2 is: overweight, lack of excersize, high blood pressure, family history of diabetes, Afro American, Hispanic American, Native American, Asian American, Pacific islander. Join us tonight for another hot topic with host Paulette Young from Health Care Consultants and Selena Lindsay  from Sowing Seeds For Life by calling 858-769-4936 press 1 Monday 8pm pst.


    Protandim (powerful anti oxidant) $10 discount on Protandim purchase from my web site: www.mylifevantage.com/pauletteyoung or call 909-622-8856


    Donate to Sowing Seeds For Life (2nd largest food bank in LA County, CA by calling 909-392-5777


     

  • 00:38

    STK 204-C Base Credit Decisions on These New Rules - with John Alzheimer

    in Business

    Credit bureaus have BIG changes coming and John Alzheimer from Credit Sesame visits today to share highlights. It'll be easier to dispute inaccurate information, more difficult for health-related debt to be prematurely reported, and much more. 

    Thanks to MagnifyMoney.com for sponsoring our podcast!

  • 00:25

    Blair's Alzheimer Super Foods Rescue!

    in Education

    Blair is in his early 80’s and showing sever signs of Alzheimer’s.  Joan, Blair’s wife, states, “I was looking into having Blair put into a home.”   She discovered that private care would take 80% of their pension.  Not only could she not afford to give away 80% of their pension, she was becoming very lonely as Blair was becoming more and more quiet and less and less involved with people.  Blair’s walk was slow and his conversations were limited.  He was going to bed at 5 pm . Joan says that he has a vacant stare and hardly moves.  His balance is getting pretty bad Earlier that day Joan had met with a friend to see about getting a walker for Blair.  Blair’s Alzheimer's was progressing rapidly and Joan was afraid of him falling.   Joan said she was desperate and willing to try anything.  –


     


    Joan was invited to a Natural Health Meeting by Val and after the meeting they set up a holistic vitamin and herb natural health program. Blair went on the program and Joan says their life has changed.   


    Don’t miss out on hearing Joan’s Testimony on how now they are living in their own home and Blair continues daily to improve.   


    For further information contact   Val  mvembury@telus.net   


    Radio Talk show host DNM Kathy Deane Email nwhhi@junction.net 


     

  • 00:58

    Becoming a Better Man with Vince Zangaro

    in Caregiving

    Welcome to Silver Dawn Radio.  


    Cathy & Tami from Silver Dawn and Soapbox Sunday come to you every week with Real and Wholehearted Conversations about aging, dementia, healthcare and caregiving.


    This week we talk to Vince Zangaro.  Vince shares his daily journey taking care of his father with dementia.  His story is not necessarily unique, as he faces the same challenges most family caregivers face.  What is unique about his story is the gifts Vince has found and continues to unearth during this journey.


    Alzheimer's Music Fest


    SIlver Dawn

  • 00:38

    STK 204-C Base Credit Decisions on These New Rules - with John Alzheimer

    in Business

    Credit bureaus have BIG changes coming and John Alzheimer from Credit Sesame visits today to share highlights. It'll be easier to dispute inaccurate information, more difficult for health-related debt to be prematurely reported, and much more. 

    Thanks to MagnifyMoney.com for sponsoring our podcast!

  • 01:32

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1283

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Jacque LaFountaine from Spokane, Washington, a long-time personal friend of Bill Murray and a NAASCA volunteer. Jacque's a retired RN with experience, among other things, in critical care, ER, and as a director of assisted living and an Alzheimer's unit. Abused from early childhood, her memories were repressed. She didn't remember much of her home life when she left at 18, depressed and suicidal but not understanding why. Jacque says, "Eventually I lived in Los Angeles and began to get repressed memories back and started therapy. I was glad to get the memories out but always felt like I was sharing into a vast wasteland of nothingness." Her mother had abused her with physical, emotional, psychological, and sexual trauma which started in the crib. "Therapists considered it ritual child abuse and torture." More trauma occurred in Los Angeles. "In the middle of this, I was a victim of attempted murder which just made my PTSD symptoms even worse." She relocated to Santa Barbara and later Spokane, continuing treatment, dealing with major depression, severe PTSD, and serious dissociative disorder with Dissociative Identity Disorder (multiple personalities). "In 2011, things came together for me. My PTSD symptoms were eliminated in 24 hours. I found my core personality (the one that's not an alter) and reconstructed my identity. As my identity strengthened my depression left." Jacque says, "I'm in the best place internally that I've ever been and am truly grateful." She says she's looking forward to the future, concluding, "I believe we all have to help each other which will help bring child abuse out to the general public. There is strength in numbers."

  • 00:30

    Grieving During Caregiving

    in Caregiving

    We think of grieving as an experience that happens after a death.


    During caregiving, though, grieving accompanies us throughout our experience. We grieve when we hear a diagnosis, we grieve when we see our caree decline, we grieve as we let go of what was.


    Claire Day, SVP, Alzheimer's Association, Delware Valley Chapter, offers a perspective on how to help us heal as we grieve through caregiving.

  • 00:45

    STK 204-C Base Credit Decisions on These New Rules - with John Alzheimer

    in Business

    Credit bureaus have BIG changes coming and John Alzheimer from Credit Sesame visits today to share highlights. It'll be easier to dispute inaccurate information, more difficult for health-related debt to be prematurely reported, and much more. 

    Thanks to MagnifyMoney.com for sponsoring our podcast!

  • 00:30

    Stretching Your Thinking: Ideas, Inclinations and Inspiration

    in Lifestyle

    It's Master Your Mindset" Monday! TV Host Cassandra McShepard will join me again for a conversation you don't want to miss! We'll ponder the concept of "Stretching Your Thinking" to a higher dimension! Are you ready to go there?! I hope you'll tune in! Showtime is 12NOON CST!


     


    About today's guest:


    Cassandra McShepard is a writer, motivational speaker, Spokesperson for The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute, jazz vocalist, personal trainer, and a radio and television personality. She is currently one of the hosts of the smash hit television chat fest REAL MILWAUKEE, which airs live weekdays on FOX's from 9-10am.


    To view Cassandra's media kit and for more information on how your company or organization can book Cassandra for your events, visit:


    www.cassandramcshepard.com


    Real Milwaukee on Facebook


    Live Streaming "Real Milwaukee"

  • 00:31

    Preventing Degenerative Disease

    in Self Help

    Degenerative diseases are forms of the one real disease -- distress of the organism. Stress, toxins, and poor nutrition cause this distress, which may take the forms of arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, infection, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, etc. 


    Preventing disease and inflammation is a process of relaxing distress. Calming stress, avoiding toxins and detoxifying, and pursuing life-supporting nutrition will help prevent any of these forms of ill health.


    Public poisons and EMFs can harm and impair organs. Natural health practices, exercise, a positive attitude and nutritious supplements help maintain these crucial organs. Routine support and periodic detoxification are essential for good health.


    Natural foods, such as a combination of fresh produce, ideally from one’s own garden, antioxidants, enzymes and minerals from super foods and herbs, as well as pure water, build health.

  • 02:00

    Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed & Wise Woman Nurse Paula Youmell

    in Health

    Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of health questions followed by a interview with Paula Youmell. Paula Youmell is a Wise Woman Nurse (RN), Certified Health Coach, NYS Health & Physical Education Teacher, Fitness & Yoga Teacher, Herbalist, Reiki Master.. Paula's path in this world is to support and guide others in their return to harmony of mind, body, & spirit through nature and natural lifestyle choices. Paula's Health Philosophy: The body is genetically programmed to heal.  Check out Paula's books at her website. Paula's website www.PaulaYoumellRN.com


    this episode Q&A includes:


    • hemorrhoids and internal varicosities- oakbark sitz baths, horse chestnut gel, comfrey leaf infusion, botox...


    • liver flush and gallbladder cleanses actually shut liver and gallbladder down- oil comes out in feces as crystals- damage and destroy...


    • nicotine, heroin and alcohol withdrawal...


    • dermoid cyst- ovarian cyst- fresh chickweed tincture dissolves cysts and visualization...


    • glycerin or alcohol tincture- ineffective or effective?


    • nourishing herbal infusions give your body the nutrients it needs to heal...


    • idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura...


    • teas, tinctures and infusions- volatiles, poisons and nourishment...


    • linden is a world class anti inflammatory...


    • nettle rebuilds adrenals and kidneys why not the spleen too?


    • moon lodges are a space to honor women...


    • alzheimer's, infusions and nourishing the caretaker...


    • dementia vastly improves from being in nature and soothing music from their younger years...


    • detoxifying and parasites- parasites highly unlikely with indoor plumbing..