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Ever since the beginning of the 20th century, fats have wrongfully been demonized and vilified. It all started with Proctor & Gamble when they decided to market Crisco as a cooking oil alternative to butter and lard and the rest is history! But when it became really evident was at the introduction of the low fat concept in the early 80's. America's waistline - as well as that of the rest of the industrialized world - has rapidly and grossly expanded by the decade.
The truth is, fats are necessary for good health and healing.
In today's episode, Dr. Budweiser founder and owner of Weiser Living, will share with you the astonishing truth about fat.
He will cover points such as:
The Story of Crisco
Butter, lard and Whole milk
10 Surprising Facts about Fats
Fat and brain health
High fat diet and weight loss
Brown fat vs White Fat
...and much, much more!
So be sure to listen in for 30 minutes on the latest scoop about how fat does NOT make you fat but in fact makes you healthy!!!
Meanwhile, go to www.weiserliving.com for blog articles and recipes!
On this episode of "Doc Talk", I'll be dicussing Fats & Oils and how they impact our health. I'll cover and explain saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, butter, margarine and more.
Do we really need any of them in our daily diet? Tune in to get the answer to this question and others.
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Are you consistently overweight, no matter what you do? Have you tried everything? Are you plagued by stubborn fat hanging around your hips, thighs, and belly? Well, there's a reason for that. All those frustratingly pointless diets and exercise regimes have failed to address the root cause of weight gain.
Recognized by the Huffington Post as one of the top 16 Best Health Experts, featured CNN, FOX, ABC, Ladies Home Journal Dr. Lori Shemek states, "Cutting calories doesn't cut it." Our problems with fat are created because we eat foods that cause the body's natural fat cells to become inflamed & irritate our fat cells, causing chronic inflammation & chronically oversized fat cells. This irritation causes the body to store fat permanently, no matter how hard you exercise or how diligently you cut back on calories.
She call this serious condition FATflammation - and her revolutionary 3 week solution is changing lives!
"If we want to fix our problems with fat," Shemek writes, "we need to reduce the inflammation in our fat cells." In How to Fight FATflammation Shemek reveals her revolutionary three-week program that helps reboot your body chemistry by returning your body's fat cells back to their natural, healthy state. It is of critical importance to maintainn balance between good fats (omega-3) and bad fats (omega-6) and how a proper ratio of both will help boost your metabolism; your body will burn fat simply by your eating the right kinds of fat.
Deb at: http://www.DebScott.com
The Roll-Up is a weekly one-hour internet radio/web TV program on the Go Pro Radio Network, LLC. This show hosted by Juli Indica, Tylon Washington, Summer Sativa, and Chris Baar offers an entertaining, high-octane, and revealing look into the growing culture, blunt medicinal facts, and the smoking legal war around cannabis.
This Wednesday, April 22nd, we have 2 special guests: Rebecca Forbes who is a well known cannabis activists and a cancer survivor will be giving us a field report on Shona Banda who was recently harassed by the Garden City Police in Kansas when her 11 year old son made comments during a drug education program March 24 at his school. He is now in “protective custody.” We do a sharp 180 with our second guest Jeremy Snacktion who is working hard to bring awareness to the nutritional benefits of Omega 3 fats and how a deficiency can affect us physically and more importantly our mental health. The Roll-Up is a weekly one-hour internet radio/web TV program on the Go Pro Radio Network, LLC. This show hosted by Juli Indica, Tylon Washington, Summer Sativa, and Chris Baar offers an entertaining, high-octane, and revealing look into the growing culture, blunt medicinal facts, and the smoking legal war around cannabis.
Show starts at 10 PM EST, 9 PM CST, 8 PM MST and 7 PM PST.
Voorhees, NJ – Dieting isn't for everyone, but eating healthy is! Most approaches to nutrition focus on calories, carbs, fats, protein. Instead of creating lists of restrictions and good and bad foods, you can create a happy, healthy life that is flexible, fun and free of denial and discipline.
Valerie Stancill is the founder of What Are U Eating, a holistic wellness center. She has a health coaching practice dedicated to helping individuals discover a better quality of life. As a health coach, Valerie creates a supportive environment that enables her clients to achieve all of their health goals.
“I’m passionate about helping people live the abundant life they were destined to live,” says Valerie.” There are hundreds of diets and they all work, but once you are off that diet, what are you going to do? You have to change your mind and rationalization with food so you can continue after you’re done seeing me.
According to Valerie, people will use food for anything – it’s a stress reliever, a companion for loneliness – but we never seem to recognize food as a healing agent. We don’t see it as our fundamental source of energy that’s supposed to nourish us. As a result, our attitudes about food are completely distorted.
“There are so many good foods to eat but you have to learn how to enjoy them,” says Valerie. “
Today, Valerie specializes in individuals with hypertension and diabetes but she also has clients who simply want to lose weight.
“I’m most proud when I have a client who has succeeded,” says Valerie. “For me to get a thank you from a client makes the whole journey with them worth it.”
For more information on Valerie Stancill, visit www.whatareueating.com
Bobby Montoya wanted to join the Girl Scouts, setting off a national debate.
The Girl Scout cookie can't seem to catch a break.
Under fire in years past for including trans fats, high fructose corn syrup and palm oil in its cookies, the Girl Scouts' current cookie selling season is under fire because of policies that have nothing to do with the actual composition of the cookies.
A group calling itselfHonestGirlScouts.com has posted a YouTube video calling for a boycott of Girl Scout cookies in response to a Colorado troop's decision to allow a 7-year-old transgender child into its troop. Gay rights and transgender rights groups have reported a grassroots LGBT movement of supporters buying Girl Scout cookies in response to the video.
"I've decided to purchase as many boxes as my modest budget will allow and donate them to the local LGBTQ community center," says Mara Morken, a lesbian stay-at-home mom in Fargo, North Dakota. "I want to show support for GSUSA in their honorable decision to allow all girls to participate in their programs. However I do not want that support to show itself on my thighs, so I will donate the entire cookie order!" &More fallout with Bruce jenner Plus Box Office.
Unlike traditional fats (butter, ghee, tallow, lard, olive oil, etc.) our industrial vegetable oils are a very new addition to the “food” world. In fact, they were practically non-existent until the early 1900s. But with the invention of certain chemical processes and a need for “cheap” fat substitutions, the world of fat hasn’t been the same since.
In this episode, Dr. Budweiser, owner and founder of Weiser Living, will be talking about how today's highly processed vegetable oils are bad for our health and how we should be looking to our recent ancestors for the answer.
Some of the topics covered will be:
How & Why Vegetable Oils Entered Our Food Supply
The Chemical Processing of Vegetable Oils
PUFAs, MUFAs & SFAs - Why Are Their Correct Ratios Important?
What The Heck Is a Canola?
Stay Away From These Oils!
Which Oils & Fats Should You Use Instead
The Great Olive Oil Scam
... and much, much more!
So oil up and slip into yet another eye opening 30 minutes with Dr. Budweiser!
Meanwhile, check out Dr. Budweiser's website www.weiserliving.com for more articles, recipes and videos!
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The big band sound comes to Rated G Radio in Hour 1 tonight with SASHA'S BLOC featuring their album Heart On Fire!
Jazz collective Sasha’s Bloc solidifies their growing presence on the U.S. music scene with an original album that hearkens back to the Big Jazz Band sound of the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s, and to a performance style that evokes such seminal acts as Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Count Basie, Scott Joplin, Ella Fitzgerald and more.
Sasha’s Bloc is an amalgam of varied artists, nationalities and experiences, all fueled by bassist and songwriter Alex Gershman to deliver a sound that is consistently big, boisterous, full of spirit and rich in everything that makes jazz linger as an American phenomenon. On Heart On Fire, Gershman is honored to have Grammy-nominated vocalist Jane Monheit perform on multiple tracks.
The group’s core nonet is comprised of Nora Rothman, vocal; Brandon Fields, saxophone; Alex Budman, saxophone, clarinet; Kye Palmer, trumpet, Bob McChesney, trombone; Kevin Winnard, drums; Steve Cotter, guitar; Andy Langham, piano. Guest artists on the upcoming album include: Jane Monheit, vocal; Alvin Chea, vocal; Patrick Tuzzolino, vocal; Princess Fortier, vocal; Glynis Leflore vocal; Octavia Pace vocal; James Lum, banjo; Jason Fabus, accordion; Marc T. Bolin, Tuba. Gershman plays upright bass and electric bass.
On the next episode of Small Changes Big Shifts with host Dr. Michelle Robin you’ll meet Dallas Hartwig, the co-founder of Whole9 and the Whole30® program along with his wife Melissa Hartwig
The Whole30® is a health movement that is based on the idea of eating whole, nutrient-dense foods—meat, seafood, eggs, vegetables, fruits, and healthy fats—as a short-term nutrition reset designed to help you put an end to unhealthy cravings and habits, restore a healthy metabolism, heal your digestive tract, and balance your immune system.
His interest in making the world a better place converged with his interest in science in college, when he received a BS in Anatomy & Physiology from Andrews University in 2000, and an MS in Physical Therapy in 2001. He became a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist in 2003, and has since accumulated many health and exercise-related certifications, and is on the Advisory Board for Paleo f(x) and the Athletic Advisory Board for Fitwall. Dallas is also on the Board of Editors and Reviewers for the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. Some of the topics up for discussion include:
food allergies and how to find out what your body is allergic to
metabolism and why a 30-day reset is incredibly effective to lose weight
do’s & don't's at the grocery store
Also joining Dr. Robin is holistic health coach, Jackie Caldwell. Hear Jackie’s journey to wellness and her recovery from ulcerative colitis and how she did that by eliminating foods she wasn’t able to digest.
With the upcoming release of their second album, Heart On Fire, due out March 17, 2015, jazz collective Sasha’s Bloc aims to solidify their growing presence on the U.S. music scene with an original album that hearkens back to the Big Jazz Band sound of the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s, and to a performance style that evokes such seminal acts as Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Count Basie, Scott Joplin, Ella Fitzgerald and more.Alex Gershman will be my guest .
Alicia Michelle "Miki" Howard (born September 30, 1960) is an American R&B/jazz singer and actress who had a string of Top 10 hit songs in the late-1980s and early-1990s, including "Baby, Be Mine", "Come Share My Love" and "Love Under New Management". "Ain't Nobody Like You" and "Ain't Nuthin' in the World" both peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Top R&B Singles chart.
Howard was born in Chicago, Illinois. She is the daughter of gospel singers Josephine Howard of The Caravans, and Clay Graham of The Pilgrim Jubilees. Howard's mother took her to the homes of various stars such as Aretha Franklin and Mavis Staples. At the age of nine, Howard and her family moved to Los Angeles where Howard's mother sung in a choir led by Caravans member and arranger James Cleveland. Among those who visited Howard's Los Angeles residence were Albertina Walker, Shirley Caesar, Billy Preston and Fats Domino. Howard was also influenced by jazz greats, Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington and Nancy Wilson.
As a teenager, she often visited Maverick's Flat, a popular night club in Los Angeles, and a venue for music acts such as Rufus and Chaka Khan and Earth Wind & Fire, who were influential in her pursuit of a professional singing career.
At the age of 16, she performed in a teen pageant. After the show, she met singer Augie Johnson, leader and member of R&B group Side Effect, who happened to be in the audience and began working with Howard on music. Johnson charmed Howard and later chose her as the vocalist for the group.
Are you one of the 29 million people in the US who has diabetes and doesn't recognize the symptoms? It's near epidemic level - Type 2 diabetes and associated insulin resistance cause fatigue, obesity, frequent urination, excessive thirst, stroke, heart/kidney disease, high blood pressure....the list goes on as people who have diabetes, or who are pre-diabetic, continue to suffer.
No matter what we blame; snacks, soda pop, carbohydrates, bad fats, the results are the same; our quality of life is depleted because we simply don't have enough energy to live a vibrant life.
Join us for a special "Check your Glucose" Happy Hour. We will preview BioAcoustic Software, using audience volunteers, to demonstrate diabetic potential.
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