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Ja'Lynell was born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri on August 3, 1981. She love spending time with her husband Walter of eight years and her three sons Tyree' , Tyler, and Tydius that she adores. She is all about fun, laughter and positivity. Ja'Lynell enjoys dancing and watching movies especially comedy.
Ja'Lynell started writing poems at the early age of 10. As she got older, writing was the only thing that would free her mind. She said "I love to write, it free my mind. Once I start, I just keep going and going non-stop until I'm satisfied." So, she introduced her work to best- selling Author and Publisher Shameek Speight of True Glory Publications "Child of a Crack Head, Brock, Fetish, and a host of others." She signed with the sister agency Royal Dynasty Publications with publisher and best -selling Authoress Ink Mistress "Simone the Hired Mistress, Desperate Damsel" in 2013 and her book Love, Guns & Lies the Donavan and Dara series hit the scene shortly after. This book is a mixture of action, love, drama, comedy and erotica.
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Host Jill Hickey has James Rollins is the New York Times bestselling author of international thrillers that have been translated into more than forty languages. Known for unveiling unseen worlds, scientific breakthroughs, and historical secrets, Rollins has a knack for breakneck pacing and stunning originality that has been hailed by critics and embraced by millions of readers around the world.
Hear his process, advice and insider scoop on the latest best-seller "The 6th Extinction".
AND, the insightful Melenie Broyles of Etiquette St. Louis is Jill's co-host for the day. Jill & Melenie wonder if we're creating a generation of narcissists by all the selfies? Take a listen and see if you agree. Join the conversation by hitting up Jill's site
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Are you part of the 1 billion people in the world who have IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)? How did you feel when you received your diagnosis? Were you hopeful that you would be given a treatment that would cure you of your symptoms? I know I was. However, no such thing exists.
Why? Because IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion. Your doctor has ruled out all other diseases and you’re left with a bunch of symptoms without a known cause. All of the medications available for IBS are designed to help with the symptoms; they are not designed to cure you of the underlying cause. And in my case, the medicines didn’t help.
Fortunately, that is all changing. Research is confirming that we may actually know the cause of IBS. To make the long story short, it appears that IBS may actually be SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth).
As one who has struggled with chronic digestive issues for over a decade, I have learned a thing or two about the relationship between food and the gut. I have spent the last 2 years experimenting with several types of diets, and I have found the Paleo lifestyle to work really well for me. My body seems to thrive on clean animal protein, fresh vegetables and a lot of healthy fats.
However, as I was healing my gut, I found that there were some healthy Paleo foods that needed to be avoided until my digestive system was functioning better.
If you’re struggling with digestive issues and you’re following a Paleo diet, try avoiding the types of foods below for 30 days. While all of these foods are Paleo-approved and very healthy, they tend to cause problems for those with digestive issues.
Some of us are familiar with the term leaky gut, but what is it, and could you have it? In this episode, we will discuss the many signs and symptoms of leaky gut syndrome, what leaky gut syndrome is, and how you can treat it.
If you’re like most of us, then you are probably dealing with something related to at least one of these 5 problems:
While all of these conditions seem to be unrelated, they are actually quite connected. Learn how many chronic conditions are tied to the health of your gut.
42 million people in the US alone complain of constipation. It’s no wonder we’re a constipated nation with our chronic stress and inflammatory diet. There are also people out there who are constipated and don’t even realize it.
If you have healthy bowels, then you should be eliminating waste 1-3 times per day, and your stool should be a 4 or 5 on the Bristol Stool Chart. If you are eliminating less than once per day, then you are constipated. If you have to strain and spend 30 minutes on the toilet, then you are constipated.
While many people just try to fix it themselves and resort to over-the-counter laxatives and enemas, these remedies are not safe long-term.
In this episode I'll discuss a few natural remedies that can help improve your elimination and help you start feeling better.
Jen Broyles, Certified Holistic Health Coach and Digestive Wellness Expert, discusses the nutritional truth about the Paleo Diet.
The Paleo Diet has gained a lot of traction over the past few years, and with that, comes critics. In this podcast, Jen will address one objection you might hear about the paleo diet.
A common objection to the Paleo diet is that it is not nutritionally complete. This is due to the fact that paleo excludes all grains, legumes, and most dairy. It also eliminates all processed and refined foods.
Jen will separate the facts from the myths in this podcast session.
Amanda, Tyler and Jess will be taking calls on the air this week! Use the number in the top right of the show page to call in. Questions, Sooner stories, or just give us your take. They'll also review the OU/A&M game and talk about injuries, including Ryan Broyles and how losing him for the remainder of the season impact the team.
Show description: A show that talks all Detroit sports, including the Tigers, the Lions, the Red Wings, the Pistons, the Michigan State Spartans, the Michigan Wolverines, the Central Michigan Chippewas, the Western Michigan Broncos, the Eastern Michigan Eagles, and more.
This week: Recaping the Lions' 17-3 win over the Vikings in Minnesota and some Ryan Broyles tweets, the Spartans' 45-31 win over the Purdue Boilermakers on the road, the Wolverines' 18-13 win over the Penn State Nittany Lions in Ann Arbor, other college football scores in the state of Michigan, the Red Wings dealing with serious officiating issues after losing 3-2 to the Anaheim Ducks at Joe Louis Arena, the Pistons almost lose Kentavious Caldwell-Pope the previous Sunday in D.C. in a 91-89 loss to the Washington Wizards in preseason action, and Tigers manager Brad Ausmus defending a terrible bullpen from their previous 2014 season after getting swept in the American League Division Series by the Baltimore Orioles and then Dave Dombrowski, the team's president and general manager, holding a very important press conference earlier today (Tuesday 10/14/14).
Ryan Broyles is healthy and ready to showcase his skills at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine. Broyles shares his thoughts on always being a Sooner and who he might resembe as a pro when his time arrives. Bringing the next generation of NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show, hosted by Bo Marchonte.
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Tonight, we're going over when WE need help.
Our mental health is of more importantance TO the patient than we believe. We can't help if we need it ourselves.
We'll have Amy Eisenhauer as our guest talking about this, along with a post that was placed recently on the blog http://lifeunderthelights.com
The Cavalry Is Coming by our own John Broyles is available for Kindle on amazon.com. Details are on the show's homepage.