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Sally is a journalist, chef, nutrition researcher, homemaker, and community activist. She is the author of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats. This well-researched, thought-provoking guide to traditional foods contains a startling message: Animal fats and cholesterol are not villains but vital factors in the diet, necessary for normal growth, proper function of the brain and nervous system, protection from disease and optimum energy levels.
Ms. Fallon's lifelong interest in the subject of nutrition began in the early 1970s when she read Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A. Price. Called the "Charles Darwin of Nutrition," Price traveled the world over studying healthy primitive populations and their diets. The unforgettable photographs contained in his book document the beautiful facial structure and superb physiques of isolated groups consuming only whole, natural foods. Price noted that all of these diets contained a source of good quality animal fat, which provided numerous factors necessary for the full expression of our genetic potential and optimum health. Ms. Fallon applied the principles of the Price research to the feeding of her own children, and proved for herself that a diet rich in animal fats, and containing the protective factors in old fashioned foodstuffs like cod liver oil, liver and eggs, make for sturdy cheerful children with a high immunity to illness.
Tavis Talks: Sally Regenhard. Ms. Regenhard is a loud and extremely effective activist for 9/11 victims and their families. She discusses her son Christian, a probationary FDNY firefighter who died at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001. Ms. Regenhard talks about her opposition to placing the unidentified remains of 9/11 victims (including her son's) into the new museum at the Lower Manhattan site.
Philadelphia Eagles' wide receiver, Riley Cooper, and Joe Rickey Hundley, an elderly Idaho man accused of slapping a crying toddler on a plane, both made headlines for spewing racial epithets. Both of these men used intoxication as defense for their behavior and actions.
Can we accept this defense, and blame it on the alcohol? Or did the alcohol simply open the floodgates to what is already inside of these men?
Placing blame on God, others and ourselves for all sorts of things is something Human Beings do a lot of; perhaps we would be able to overcome challenges more completely and quicker if we did not waste our time in such a way. Today’s show delves into the Blame Game; we will provide you with opportunity to release blame and to find peace within, acceptance and allowance. Join Myself and Carolyn Gervais for answers to your questions and solutions to difficult situations.
Carolyn Gervais is the Author of I Dreamed I was Human and has been frequently published in the Sedona Journal of Emergence and on numerous websites focused on metaphysical spirituality. She is an ordained minister in spiritual psychology, a certified hypnotherapist and has a master’s degree in holistic nutrition. Carolyn was also a professional singer for over twenty years. She and her husband Doug live near Tucson, Arizona. Carolyn's website is http://www.idreamediwashuman.com
You may read her article- Time to Stop Blaming Your Mythical God on the Guest Article page at http://www.lightworkerusa.com/beyond-limitation-guest-articles/stop-blaming-your-mythical-god/
Join us today on Interspiritual Insights as we examine why it is we westerners seem to love to play the blame game. It's one thing to determine responsibility when something goes wrong. It's quite another to rush to judgment before the facts are in and to seem to value crucifying someone who made a mistake more than treating those injured by that mistake. If the recent Asiana Airlines crash in San Franciso is any indication, we are in great need of a perspective change in the face of tragey!
in Self Help
Sally Ross Brown is a 60 year survivor of Cerebral Palsy, but Sally is so much more than just a survivor. She's an inspirational example of how much you can get done when you set your mind to it.
Sally is talking to us today about how her experience led her to create her business, http://www.customizedcrutches.com/
One thing that will drag your organization down is when your team members engage in the blame game. How you handle it as a leader is important. The blame game is easy to play and in the end serves no meaningful purpose. But if you want to grow as a leader and move your organization forward and create a culture of excellence then it’s going to require a different mindset in order to pull it off.
In this broadcast Doug will share the 5 Rules of the Blame Game that can help you navigate your way forward. These rules are designed for you as a leader to step up your leadership and for your team to learn why the blame game is so counterproductive. The 5 Rules of the Blame Game will help you chart a new path forward. What would you add to the list?
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Ever take the blame for something that really wasn't yours to own? Since the first man pointed to the first woman in the Garden of Eden, people have been playing "the Blame Game!" Whether you are the target of blame or the one doing the blaming, you need to know a few things about how the game is played! Perhaps you find yourself blaming yourself for the times those around you do not live up to expectations. May you have been unjustly blamed for someone else's behavior and don't know how to simply "deal with it." Or, have you ever blamed God for anything? If we are going to blame we need to know who to blame. We need to know where blaming and taking responsibility begins and ends. Who ultimately is responsible for the mess this world is in? And what's your stake in the blame game?
Born to Win! explores various topics from a Biblical perspective. Calls will be taken toward the end of the podcast.
Timothy has an ongoing prayer and discussion forum at BornToWinForum.com. For upcoming show schedules and descriptions from Timothy and all of our hosts, visit GodDiscussion.net.
The Exceptional One, Ken McClenton, delves into the Modern Influencers of Society's Cultural Institutions--Education, Economics, Government, Family and Faith--with an Unique Urban Perspective. Mondays through Thursdays at 9:00 PM EST. SALLY C. PIPES, PRESIDENT OF PACIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE, TONIGHT, WE DISCUSS EVERYTHING OBAMA CARE TheExceptionalConservativeShow.com [http://theexceptionalconservativeshow.com/] or ACNation Radio Network
(www.paxstereo.tv) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show – It's a wonderful day, and we start by wishing our favorite hottie Kim Kardashian a happy birthday! Whee! Whoo!
Hot Topics for the day include pointing the finger now that the government shutdown is over as we ponder who do you blame? Comic relief is provided by Mashable.com, where we find excellent vids (as usual)including cameraman bloopers, and a wonderful lego ninja stop motion animated combat!
In Victor Allen's Nu New Sportz, we enjoyed a glimpse of the old RGIII from 2012 with the Redskins' victory over the Chicago Bears. Is Peyton Manning's weakness Luck or Jim Irsay? Don't look now, but "Geno & The Jets" see the lights of New York beaming with victory over Brady's Patriots. Mark Sanchez who? The newly unveiled 2013 NBA Power Rankings are in the following order: Heat, Spurs, Pacers, Clippers, Bulls. No OKC! What about Brooklyn and Houston, and who doesn't belong in this pre-season top 5?
In HOtt PiXX by Vic, last week's part one three finalists consisting of Kyra Kaos, Arianny, Celeste, and Tehmeenza Afzal will join the three finalist from today's part two competition for the finals. Today's top instagram ladies are Annabella Carrasco, Heather Bianchi, Rosa Acosta, Bernice Burgos, Jessica Burciaga, and Stephanie Santiago. Part 2 of a series.
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