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  • 01:55

    Bobby Brown BAIL and BEYOND On Air - FULL ACCESS

    in Entertainment

    FULL ACCESS WITH BOBBY BROWN AND AMELIA PISANO.  CALL OR SKYPE IN AT 657-383-1205, OR JOIN OUR CHAT ROOM TO ASK BOBBY BROWN ANYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW!! THAT'S RIGHT ANYTHING!! BOBBY WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT HIMSELF, FUGITIVES, HIS NEW SHOW, DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER, AND WHATS COMING UP NEXT JUST TO NAME A FEW.  IF YOU CAN ASK IT BOBBY BROWN WILL ANSWER IT!!


    AMELIA WILL ANSWER ONE QUESTION READINGS FOR FREE.


    JOIN US THURSDAY MAY 21ST AT 7PM MOUNTAIN TIME


     


     

  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell Discusses Why Water Is So Important

    in Fitness

    Water needs to be considered an essential nutrient. Because of easy access we take water for granted and do not realize the importance of proper hydration. According to experts, water is ranked second only to oxygen as essential for life. Your overall body weight is 2/3 water. A person can survive about two months without food, but only a few days without water.


    Water is the most abundant ingredient in the human body through all phases of growth and development. Every system in your body depends on water to function.



    Water is essential to your body’s temperature regulation, keeping it cool through perspiration.
    Water flushes out toxins and wastes.
    Water is a major component of blood which carries nutrients and oxygen to and from all cells.
    Water provides a moist environment for all body tissues. It is the major component of saliva and mucous which lubricates the membranes that line our digestive system beginning with the mouth. Mucous membranes in the nose and eyes function better when well hydrated.
    Water cushions joints and protects tissues and organs like the brain from shock and damage.
    Water helps maintain a healthy weight. It is hard to distinguish between hunger and thirst. If you feel hungry, drink some water first and then reassess your hunger status.

  • 00:35

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Toni Perry. She will be my guest on the Author Chat Show to discuss her book, Breaking the Yolk, The Biblical Beginning and End to Our Struggle With Food.


    About the book:


    Millions of people feel as though they've lost (or are struggling with) the battle with food and their weight. And no wonder! Obesity is on the rise, yet through popular cooking programs, talk shows, tempting commercials and convenience foods, the entire food industry encourages us to mindlessly munch and expand. Is there any way to break the yoke that weighs us down? Absolutely! Discover what happens when you turn to Christ, instead of the fridge, to save you from oyur troubles. Step out of Hell's kitchen and follow the blessed, fragrant aromas of hope that lead to God's kitchen!


    About the author:


    Toni Perry is an award-winning Bible study teacher, author, food educator, and inspirational speaker. Through God’s Kitchen Ministries (www.Gods-Kitchen.org), she illustrates God’s Word in a culinary-class environment to encourage others to taste the truth about food, and to eat healthy, eat holy, and find comfort in God’s provisions

  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell Discusses Why Sugar Is Making You Fat and Killing You

    in Fitness

    Sugar not only makes you fat, it may be killing you.


    Consuming too much added sugar — in regular soda, cakes, cookies and candy — increases your risk of death from heart disease, according to a new study, the largest of its type.


    "The risk of cardiovascular disease death increases exponentially as you increase your consumption of added sugar," says the study's lead author, Quanhe Yang, a senior scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


    On average, adults in the USA in 2010 consumed about 15% of their daily calories — about 300 calories a day, based on a 2,000-calorie diet — from added sugars. That's far more than the American Heart Association's recommendation that women consume no more than 100 calories a day from added sugars, or about 6 teaspoons of sugar; and men consume no more than 150 calories a day, or about 9 teaspoons. The World Health Organization recommends consuming less than 10% of calories from added sugars.


    One can of regular soda contains about 140 calories of added sugar. That's about 7% of the daily calories of someone eating 2,000 calories a day, Yang says.

  • 01:18

    The Lundyn Brown Show Episode: The ME Syndrome: The Unknowingly Selfish Mate

    in Lifestyle

    We've been engaging in the relationship series as wedding season is full blown because we feel it is important to educate people on issues that often cause marriages to fail. The traits that one exhibits prior to marriage does not go away after marrying someone, but they become more evident because now you have to see this person everyday for the rest of your life. Are these issues something you can deal with for the rest of your life? Let's talk about it Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 7:30CST/5:30 MST

  • 00:33

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Neils Williams. Neils is returning to the show to update us on his upcoming movie based on his book, The Glass House and to do a book signing at Subterranean Bookstore 6275 Delmar Ave University City MO  on Thursday May 14 @ 6p.m.


    About the book:


    Those who live in the Glass house shouldnt throw stones." with a newlywed wife and a successful architectural career, everything was looking up for dad to come in but when eccentric millionaire, Thomas Glass comes to the town of Brookside Village, Texas, Todd's world is turned upside down and he finds his business is more in demand than he bargained for-dangerously in demand. forced to work for Mr Glass against his will, Todd must complete the task at hand; save himself and his new family or else this may be the last project of his life.


    About the author:


    Born and raised in St Louis, MO Neils Williams is the son of an entrepreneur. He has been writing since a very young age creating deep worlds for his readers to jump into. In his free time he enjoys writing poems/music, watching reality tv and entertaining. Neils Williams now live in Las Vegas, NV and loves to hear from his readers. he can be contacted at neilswilliams21@gmail.com

  • 00:31

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Chris Miles. He's known as the Cash Flow Expert and he will join us on May 23rd to discuss How to Find $3,000 in 30 minutes! He will also discuss being a good steward of our money and sharing a unique perspective for entrepreneurs.


    About Chris:


    Chris Miles, the "Cash Flow Expert," is a leading authority on how to quickly free up and create cash flow for thousands of his clients, entrepreneurs, and others internationally! He’s an author, speaker, and radio host that has been featured in US News, CNN Money, Bankrate, and has spoken to thousands getting them fast financial results


    Here are just a few topics where Chris uses his unique approach towards getting fast results:



    Find $4,000 in 45 minutes!
    3 Circles of Wealth – Keys to Keeping What You Make
    So Much Passion, So Much Purpose, So What?!
    How to Make Money WITHOUT Money?
    Relax and Rake It In!
    How You Are Losing Tens of Thousands of Dollars and Not Know It? – The X-Factors


    You can check out his website here: http://www.moneyripples.com/


     

  • 00:57

    The C. Nathaniel Brown Show 5-27-15

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight's epidose of The C. Nathaniel Brown is packed with information and great guests, featuring Bo Talley, organizer of the Second Annual Balling for Lupus, all female celebrity basketball game; Life Coach and behavioral health specialist Tarai Alexander speaking on Mental Health Awareness Month; and Vernard Alexander, AKA the "ConnectingKing" sharing wisdom on networking and connecting. Join host C. Nathaniel Brown and his guest for a great show. Join the conversation at 646-787-1799. 

  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell Discusses How To Get Rid Of That Muffin Top For Good

    in Fitness

    Could this be the recipe for deflating the muffin top? A recent study compared three groups—those who ate a reduced-carbohydrate diet, those who combined the diet with strength training and those who combined the diet and strength-training with cardio workouts—and found that a three-tier approach was the most effective strategy to decrease abdominal fat. It's important to note that the exercises you choose and the effort you put into them really matter, says Marta Montenegro, a certified strength and conditioning coach who teaches exercise physiology at Florida International University. Instead of ho-hum treadmill-trotting and sit-ups, she recommends high-intensity workouts, which have been shown to be more effective at reducing the belly fat you can pinch with your hand, as well as the visceral fat that pads internal organs (which has been linked to metabolic disturbances and increased risk for cardiovascular disease and type-2 diabetes).

    Montenegro put together this hard-core high-intensity workout based on the latest research, her work with clients and her own experience (that's her in the photos; those abs don't lie).


     

  • 00:36

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Shana Joseph. She will be my guest on the show on Saturday May 16th. We'll be discussing her book, A Young Girl's Testimony From Disastrous to Evangelist.


    About the book:


    Shana Joseph was a beautiful young girl growing up on the streets of Bronx, NY, raised by her grandmother. The daughter of a “crack-head” – whose mother was rarely around and when she was, it wasn’t a pretty sight. Shana thought fighting was her only weapon for survival and a means of getting the attention she craved. Never hearing a word of praise or love she turned to the street gangs. The more violent her street fights the more praise she received from her “gang family” and the more requests she received to “beat someone up.” Shana thought she was really living when, in reality, she was really dying.


    At the tender age of 16 in her innocence (and ignorance) she had sex, for the first time, with a well-known rapper. “His name was Marland and he thought I was seventeen, going on eighteen. Actually I was only fifteen! So he waited for my birthday to have sex with me, figuring I was eighteen then.” Nine months later, along came Marland, Jr.


    Read the powerful message that rises out of a true story - woven in sadness, heartache, pain, joy and God working miracles.  You will see lessons learned, wisdom gained, and experiences to share.  In her book, Shana reveals all the unforgettable moments and unforgettable testimonies of her journey.


    Today, Shana Joseph is a young and anointed evangelist and powerful preacher who has devoted her life to helping others get to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Happily married, she and her husband live in New York with their three children.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights psychologist and author Dr. Asa Don Brown

    in Books

    Vestal, NY – When we see strength in someone else we are attracted to it; we admire it. Unfortunately, many of us fall into the trap of perceiving ourselves through the eyes of others. We have conditioned ourselves to seek this approval, disapproval, acceptance, and rejection, but these ideological perspectives are based on a lie. If we can learn to unconditionally accept, to approve and love our own person, then will we begin to recognize that we do not need anyone else’s approval or acceptance.


    According to Dr. Asa Don Brown we all deserve happiness, peace, love and kindness; the key is to “Love thyself.” Dr. Brown is a psychologist, speaker, advocate, and the author of Waiting to Live, an inspirational book that examines the concepts of unconditional love and forgiveness.


    “The reason I write, is to explore ideas, concepts, and effective ways of living,” says Dr. Brown. “For me, writing is a resource of hope and it is an effective way of reaching others.”


    Growing up, Dr. Brown says he was held to very high standards academically and it became a constant source of stress throughout his life. But when he began to recognize his successes and failures didn’t equate to who he really was, he began living life more fulfilled and full of grace.


    “If I hadn’t been conditioned this way when I was younger who knows what man I would be today,” says Dr. Brown. “I wanted to understand why I felt this way. Waiting to Live is about what I’ve learned along the way through psychology and religion. It’s about hope, love, peace and kindness.”


    For more information on Dr. Asa Don Brown, visit www.asadonbrown.com