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Scott Cluthe talks with Dr. Stephen Sinatra on his book The Sinatra Solution Live.
Board-certified cardiologist Dr. Stephen T. Sinatra discusses the importance of energy metabolism on cardiovascular health and the positive impact these three energy-supplying nutrients have on the cardiovascular system.
He guides you through the basics of energy metabolism and cardiac bioenergetics, and clearly explains the role of coenzyme Q10, L-carnitine, and D-ribose in the body and specifically how they affect your heart health. He also provides concise and informative examples of case histories and scientific studies that are testament to the important contribution the supplemental use of these energy-supplying nutrients make in the lives of people with heart disease every day.....
Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., is a board-certified cardiologist, a certified bioenergetic psychotherapist, and a certified nutrition and antiaging specialist.
At his practice in Manchester, Connecticut, Dr. Sinatra integrates conventional medicine with complementary nutritional and psychological therapies to help heal the heart. He is an assistant clinical professor at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, and is the author of several books, including Reverse Heart Disease Now, Optimum Health, Hearbreak and Heart Disease, Heart Sense for Women, and Eight Weeks to Lowering Blood Pressure.
A Date With Judy - "Going to a Sinatra Movie" on OTR. Initially served as replacement for Bob Hope's show, A Date with Judy was teenage sitcom that aired on NBC and ABC from 1941 to 1950. The story was about the life of teenager named Judy Foster, played by actresses Ann Gillis (1941), Dennie Ellis (1942), and Louis Erickson (1943-1950). The show also had different sponsors at different periods, which include Bristol Myers, Tums, Ford Motors, and Revere Cameras. At first, the show was aired every summer, from June to September. However, since the audience, particularly the teens, could very much relate to Judy's problems at school, with her parents, and love life, the show grew very popular. As a result, in 1944, it started to be heard all-year round, and lasted for seven more years, with the final episode broadcast on May 25, 1950. A Date with Judy was also adapted for the big screen on 1948 starring Jane Powell for the lead role, along with Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Stack, Carmen Miranda, and Wallace Beery as her co-stars. A comic book adaptation was also released by the National Periodical Publications. Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis. Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO.
Finally, the Black Business Man self realizes, and accepts the mantle from a group of our entrepreuneurial ancestors here in America. Oklahoma in the late 1800's gives yet another bittersweet slice of history: a thriving town for black business is destroyed, literally, as a false accusation of a white woman against a black professional ends in the utter destruction of an economic infrastructure.
After over a century of delibitating socio-economic blows, the black community now rises from these ashes like a Phoenix, and taps into both the Spirit and Socio-Economic inheritance and influence left to us by entrepreneurs of a bygone era, but with a message more relevant today than when they were at their pinnacle; we are introducing and implementing the principles of Dr. Claude Andersons POWERNOMICS, as well as presenting Spiral Funding in an effort to manifest Economic Justice, bringing forth a more successful and competitive black-america.
So tune in and join us on our mission of discovering what has driven us in our money-making efforts. We are embarking on completing the RE-CREATION of that thriving economic center, on a National and International level as we reconnect with having businesses from MORE INDUSTRIES that cater to US, and as we expand into the Motherland - economically. Black Wall Street International is sounding our trumpet, and calling all cars, to join us in re-making and remodeling our hearts, minds, communities and BANK ACCOUNTS and bringing back in real - time, the neighborhoods, businesses and marketplaces built BY BLACKS, for BLACKS. This is a modern-day expression of commUNITY, decent values and the success from COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS of GETTING PAID as a people!
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