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Guest: Paul Dean
Arthritis and what "You CAN" do about it. There ARE solutions and especially where Oils are included. See below for further details on this issue/subject/solution/s. Show link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/expandinguradio/2014/04/12/the-owners-manual-for-the-human-body-health-solution-arthritis
This is a shortlist of Oils and Immune boosters that should be taken to re correct (balance) this condition or symptom.
http://nativenutriments.com/arthritis-plus-blend/ & http://nativenutriments.com/relief-blend/
The names of the "Oils" are "Arthritis Plus" (which is specifically blended and works best) + additional booster Oils which are "Relieve" & "Sports Pro." These are incredible solutions to the problem as those who actually try it will see. Additionally, in order to "absorb" the goodness (nutrients from foods) Pro-Biotics are used so the body can "access" the minerals and other ingredients taken (this is advised as an "addition" to the detailed remedies detailed.) "We have the best pro-biotic on the market with over 300 billion active cultures, 16 different strains, and the pre-biotic of Freeze Dried Organic Blueberry and Enzyme Active Rice Bran/Germ."
Presented by India Irie & Sherri Fischer
Sunday evening chat is with Shaquana Jackson at 6pm and then A Yasmina Collins at 6:30pm EST.
Shaquana Jackson was born in Lafayette, LA, but resides in Abbeville, LA. She has a degree in General Studies with an concentration in Liberal
Arts. She began writing at the age of ten when she encountered an
accident that changed things in her life from that point on. However, she
says it was a blessing because she may have never discovered her talent
given from God above. Shaquana writes short stories, poetry, TV and movie scripts, music, and novels. Her goals are to one day become New York Times Bestseller and to write, produce, and direct her own films.
A. Yamina Collins is the author of the quirky short story collection The Blueberry Miller Files. She has written for publications such as New York Resident magazine, Our Town and the Manhattan Spirit. A graduate of New York University, she lives in Manhattan. The Last King is her first novel. Check out her blog at: Yaminatoday.com. or follow her on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/yaminatoday
Join us tonight as we welcome Chase and Sarah from Island Grove Wine Company in Hawthorne, Florida. Island Grove Ag Products maintains 300 acres of blueberries between two sites and 45 acres of strawberries and blackberries.
Ron hosts the show that is always informative and entertaining....and All About Wine. Call-in and speak with Ron and our special guests by calling 646-727-3235 during the LIVE show, or email anytime email@example.com
Let's Do Lunch! visits Max's Restaurant where guests and locals alike are welcome to dine at Snowvillage Inn in Snowville, New Hampshire. A wood-burning stove sits in the middle of the dining room to warm up diners from the snowy cold. Chef Ben Frieden looks more like a rock star with his tattoos and long hair but his skills are evident, enthusiastically serving a delicious tasting menu starting with Flatbread topped with blueberry infused sauce and pulled pork. Thai influenced, Ben creatively substitutes coconut water for veg stock. The main course was pan-roasted snapper with Tom Kha inspired flavors of jalapeno, lime and coconut over basmati rice. Green-lipped mussels are Ben's favorite with roasted garlic and tomato, and a beautiful split caesar with half a head of romaine, lightly seared on the grill topped with homemade dressing, sweet and sour pickled onions, white anchovies and oh so thin and crispy prosciutto. Dessert was a sinful hot brownie sundae and maple ginger brulee.
Owners Kevin Flynn and Jen Kovach met saving the Eaton Village Country store. The Inn which dates back to 1902 has been welcoming guests since 1948 by Max & Greta Pluss. Kevin tells Robin there is talk that Greta has haunted the Inn, but in a friendly way of course! Ghosts aside, Kevin and Jen make their guests feel right at home, decorating it with family photos. Disconnecting from the hustle and bustle is what it's about at The Snowvillage Inn so there are no TVs but you can snuggle up with a good book hand picked by Jen's mother, 'the book whisperer.' The Presidential mountain range including Mt. Washington which you can see on a very clear day make for gorgeous views. It is a perfect getaway from New York City but also ideal for country weddings, and parents visiting their kids in nearby summer camps.
Join us tonight as we discuss more topics related to the wine industry on All About wine! Hosted by Ron, the show is always informative and entertaining and... All About Wine. Speak with Ron and our guest on-air by calling during the LIVE show (646) 727-3235, or email your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: → Deepening Honey Bee crisis as evidence shows a dramatic increase in die offs .. up to 50 percent of Bees are dying now creating worry over food supply.
NOTE: → Around 10 MILLION Bee Hives have been lost since 2006 with massive decreases every year. In 1947 the U.S had 6 million Bee colonies. Today that's down to 2.5 million!
NOTE: → (During the Past 7 years) A die-off of 6.7 million bats has occured in America due to the "white-nose syndrome" ... Causing a 90% fall in bat populations. (Which has caused a "Potential Extinction" Event!)
Now why are these mass deaths of Bees and Bats a concern for the world? Because Honey Bees don't just make honey. They also do the vital job of pollinating the majority of the flowering crops we have, from which we get much of our fruits, vegetables and nuts ... including Beans, Soybean, Broccoli, Sprouts, Carrots, Cucumber, Onion, Parsnip, Squash, Tomato, Almonds, Cashew, Apple, Blackberry, Blueberry, Cacao, Coffee, Grapes, Kiwi, Mango, Pear, Raspberry, Alfalfa, Sesame, Sunflower ... Just to name a few. A major part of the human diet comes from insect-pollinated plants.
And what about the bats? Well, not only do they help in pollinating other foods we eat, like Bananas, Mangoes, Dates, Figs, Peaches, Cashews, Guava and Avocados. They also consume incredible amounts of insects that are agricultural pests. The millions of bats that have died due to disease over the past 6 years would have consumed HUNDREDS OF TONNES of insects (pests) in ONE YEAR. Add this to the struggling crops because of adverse weather and you will see the problem. BUT, this is just to show that we are living in the end times.
A. Yamina Collins is the author of the quirky short story collection The Blueberry Miller Files. She has written for publications such as New York Resident magazine, Our Town and the Manhattan Spirit. A graduate of New York University, she lives in Manhattan. The Last King is her first novel. Check out her blog at: Yaminatoday.com. or follow her on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/yaminatoday. Shelia M. Goss is a screenwriter, national best-selling author and a 2012 Emma Award Finalis
Join me Tonight as FOODAMANIA celebrates BEATLEMANIA with The Beatles coming to America I will create some of their favorite dishes including "Jam Butties, Fish and Chips, A Blueberry and Cream Cheese Scone and of course ."A Cuppa", to wash it all down with...
On 31 July 2013, Yonkers native Diana Scott-Sho Blueberry Pie with Cornmeal Crust made it into the New York Times Dining & Wine Recipes section and a star was born. The Blueberry Pie was already her top seller, along with other confections from her GrandMother's recipes. I am talking with Diana about the other recipes and her GrandMother's specialty. She'll also tell how she initially started. She'll also talk about thw yumminess she has suppled to events.
On this special Friday night show, Chef George Norrell and I will be talking fruits. Fruits are a very conmmon food product that many people enjoy eating. Fruits have organic and naturual sugars inside them that are good for you. But on this show we are going to be talking how to cook and bake with fruits. Chef George Norrell has told me he has a great fruit menu in store for us. I wonder what is on Chef George's Menu for this show. I am also going to have an awesome fruit menu. I am going
S2/E17 Hello My Dears!! It's been quite sometime since we've gone into the kitchen together!! LIVE from my home kitchen to your living room! And if you love to cook, tune in and cook with me. I've got a few SURPRISES under my skillet so make sure you tune in! Much Love, Cleo
Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it – or to not repeat the parts that should be. We’re in a solemn hour in the cause of freedom, and yes, we’re only ever one generation away from losing it. Tonight: Open a blueberry yogurt, mix the mojitos, and have some C4 available for a special 90 minute edition of “Their Finest Hour” when Allan hosts a tribute to and roundtable discussion of Burn Notice, the hit USA Network show that ended its