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Most people think about Kickstarter or Indiegogo when they think crowdfunding. And that's still a big part of the scene, but enterprises are starting to use crowdfunding, even companies you associate with strong analytics, forecasting and supply chain abilities. Big companies like Disney and Timex are in the crowdfunding business now.
That's because crowdfunding is helping to flip the manufacturing process. It used to be that you'd design a product, try to figure out how many you'd sell, build them, and then sell them. Now, you design the product, try to sell a bunch and then build exactly the number you need. Less waste. Less risk. More profits.
But that's hard to do and it comes at a cost in complexity and in technology needs. On the latest episode of IT Life Radio, we'll talk about how changes in crowdsourcing are affecting large and small enterprises and what IT pros need to know about those changes.
Chris Tsai is co-founder and CEO of Celery, a pre-order platform for launching new products. Chris studied quantitative marketing at Wharton, computer science at MIT and built his first PASCAL program when he was 12. The son of a serial entrepreneur, he has been working on tech and social finance startups since college. Before creating Celery, he led Groupon’s expansion in Asia.
When you think of celery do you think of boring? Or ants on a log? How many different ways can you incorporate celery into your diet? It's a TOTM! friendly food that helps with bloating.
The place where women can candidly speak about that Time Of The Month!
Val Carey is the founder of TOTM! Time Of The Month! with the mission to empower women in their cycles years.
Val Carey has been seen on Lifetime TV, Sistah Talk TV show in NYC, and is the author of the yearly planner book series TOTM! Time Of The Month!
Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative 30 minute interview with Maida Silverman. Maida was born and has spent her life in New York City. The fantasy of a garden of her own, overrun with fruit trees, nut trees, flowers, berries, vegetables, and herbs has not yet come to pass. Because of this she turned her attention to wild plants that grow in the city and found them rewarding and engrossing.
Herbal medicine in the sidewalk? Yes! Edible, medicinal and useful plants grow in the city as well as the country. With this book--A City Herbal by Maida Silverman--you can locate, identify and learn to use dandelion and clover as well as some more mysterious plants. You will find line drawings for identification; botanical, historical, and magical lore; information on how plants can be frozen, stored and preserved; and wonderful recipes.
this episode Q&A includes:
• astragalus to repel lyme disease..
• ovulation itself is damaging to a women's body and the role of birth control pills..
• breast cancer, breast tissue, progesterone and estradiol..
• personality disorder/ depression- medication can be an ally too..
• I am not okay, you are not okay and that is okay..
• liver, hormones and cholesterol- stinging nettle and red clover infusion..
• nettle helps every organ system..
• celery seed tea and uric acid..
• multiple cesareans- rotating nettle and red raspberry..
• releasing fear..
Join Danna Bowman, founder of Thyroid Nation, Tiffany Mladinich, founder of Grateful Garden & Dr. Izabella Wentz, PHARMD as we try to lightheartedly discuss the link to mental health and thyroid disease.
We'll be chit-chatting and getting REAL with the Thyroid Pharmacist herself.
Tune in to listen Sunday at 2 pm CT while we discuss that, along with many other topics and answer call-in questions.
Izabella's ANTI-INFLAMMATORY GREEN SMOOTHIE
<font serif',="" serif"=""><font serif',="" serif"="">This green smoothie is packed with nutrition for your thyroid, helps reduce inflammation and can help with detoxification
Coconut milk is hypoallergenic and can help reduce inflammation and stabilize blood sugar due to its (good) fat content.
1 cup mixed baby greens
2 large carrots
1 ripe avocado
1 stick of celery
1 bunch of basil leaves
1 cup coconut milk
1 scoop Pea Protein
Tip #1 -
Allow your child to play with her food.
Yes, you heard me right. Trying something new can be a challenge to small children. Allow them to use all their senses to explore new and sometimes strange fruits and vegetables. Let him hold the kiwi and treat it as a ball before you cut it and let him eat the green inside. Let her pretend to color with the celery stick before she tries it.
Tip #2 -
Encourage your child to be creative with their food.
Make fruit salad into a smiley face. Use two grape halves as the eyes, a strawberry half as the nose and an orange slice as the mouth. Try ants on a log. If the child is over two, place peanut butter on a banana that has been sliced lengthwise. Sprinkle raisins over the sticky peanut butter to represent the ants. You can also replace the banana with a celery stick.
Tip #3 -
Read stories to your children about food.
This age group loves to spend time listening to their parents read to them. Take advantage of this. Not only will this help their cognitive abilities but can also help them to try healthy foods.
Trying to introduce a protein rich egg, read Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss.
Oliver's Vegetables, Rabbit Food or any Veggie Tales book is great while introducing new vegetables.
Alligator Arrived with Apples or Oliver's Fruit Salad helps to get new fruit down. You may even want to play the game Hi, Ho Cherrio, too.
Wanting your little one to like whole grains, try If You Give A Pig A Pancake, If You Give A Moose A Muffin or The Little Red Hen.
What to do with greens, here's how to make it taste good. :) for the blender.
RECIPE for Dara's "One True Thing" Green Soup
3 Cups Purified Water, a Large Bunch of Organic Kale, Organic Spinach, Bunch of Cilantro, Fresh Dill, Parsley, 2 Peeled Lemons, Olive Oil, Garlic Powder, Cayenne Powder for Pop, a Pinch of Himalayan Salt, Celery (Cut in Half), Nutritional Yeast, Mung Beans for Garish, and you can add Spirulina if you want for more Protein. ... and 2 Avacados at the VERY end, just before you garnish!
Bon Apetit! Get your greens on! #KeepingItRawKeepingItReal
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Did you know turnip greens, celery & green bell pepper naturally help regulate blood sugar to beat diabetes? Do you want to know which meats to grill to boost brain function and libido? Dial 347-850-8486 on July 2nd as we share the best (& worst) BBQ foods for cellular health.
Just in time for 4th of July Weekend, Root Cause Radio gladly welcomes back therapeutic scientist, professor, author, and the founder of Symptometry - Dr. Maxwell Nartey. A licensed symptometrist, author of THE DOWNSIDE OF NUTRITION PART I, and many other books, Dr. Nartey - through Symptometry - has cured countless chronic and exotic health issues.
Tonight's expert health panel will also feature Dr. Charlie Abbott, OMD, LAc, LSym & Director of Administration at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMTPOMETRY - first training institution producing therapeutic scientists in root cause therapeuticsTM. Look forward to recipes and simple BBQ techniques to boost you health on the air tonight!
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Foods that will provide the essential fuel to spark your sexual appetite and increase libido.
While celery may not be the first food that comes to mind when you're thinking sex, it can be a fantastic source food for sexual stimulation. This is because it contains androsterone, an odorless hormone released through male perspiration and turns women on.
How to enjoy this libido food: Celery is best eaten raw. Wash and cut some, and munch away.
2 - Raw oysters
This is one of the classic aphrodisiacs. Oysters are high in zinc, which raises sperm and testosterone production. Oysters also contain dopamine, a hormone known to increase libido. Also, the experience of shucking a raw oyster is erotic. Try incorporating it into your foreplay — feed her and have her feed you. The slippery taste sensation and the mere act of sucking should get you both in the mood.
How to enjoy this libido food: Scrub the shells thoroughly to get any dirt or bacteria off. Pry them open with an oyster knife and place them on a bed of ice, squeeze some fresh lemon onto them if you like, and then start sucking away.
3 - Bananas
Bananas contain the bromelain enzyme, which is believed to increase libido and reverse impotence in men. Additionally, they are good sources of potassium and B vitamins like riboflavin, which increase the body's overall energy levels.
How to enjoy this libido food: Place them on a dish in various states of "undress" and have your lady slowly eat some for you. Then gobble yours down and get to work.
Sure, they've talked about jizz-in-the-face, rape fantasies, dropping tits on passed out comrades and pissing on public floors, but it was their comical wish that Corinne's bang boo "be blacker" that stopped the record. Scraaaaaaatch!
Alright, Young Al Sharptons of America (and India and Brazil and Jordan...etc.) let's discuss race! On this week's episode, Krystyna & Corinne (together known as comedy duo Sorry About Last Night) welcome the actual Black man of the hour -- MIKE BROWN. Grab some celery sticks and make sure your earbuds are pushed in tight 'cause you're about to get The Mike Brown Experience, including, but not limited to, shout-outs, emotions, smooth talk, interview talk, words without the 'g' at the end, Donald Sterling, Solange and those eyes. Ahh those Mike Brown eyes.
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Connect to your roots. The Alchemy of Food and Culture of Cooking and Dining. Engage with simple ways to interact with food, develop a new relationship with how and what you eat. Discover new ways to nourish self, soil and society. This segment we talk about the Celery and discuss the importance of this vegetable and how it can support your liver, blood and lungs.
These segments will shine a light on your beauty and lift you UP.
Shining a light on The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook by Nancy Harmon Jenkins
Tibetan Medical Dietary Book, Vol. 1: Potency & Preparation of Vegetables By Clinical Research Department Men-Tsee Khang
Healing with Whole Food by Paul Pitchford
Music Loss of Her Ancestors Anne Heaton
Cerulean - Ben Leinbach & Geoffrey Gordon
Food Alchemy with 'She'