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We are seeing that the battle on labeling Genetically modified organism foods are going into effect next week. The question is, is it right for us to have them labeled as a consumer? Monsanto is one of the biggest threats to humanity and it is a right to have them labeled.
In this show, we will be talking about what is happening at Washington, what is the new findings about individuals who consume genetically modified foods and what can you do in order to petition into labeling these foods.
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We hear the term whole foods a lot these days but, what are whole foods? Moreover, if foods are not whole what are they? Join myself Dennis Jefferson and my co hosts 'The Ever knowledgeable' Verna Hair Brown and the lovely Dana Pitts as we discuss whole foods and how foods affect your health.
Join us each and every Monday @ 8:00 central time. Bring a pen, a pad & a friend and, start your week with... A Healthy Matter.
A healthy diet and lifestyle are your best weapons to fight cardiovascular disease. It’s not as hard as you may think! Remember, it's the overall pattern of your choices that counts.
You may be eating plenty of food, but your body may not be getting the nutrients it needs to be healthy.
Making simple steps part of your life for long-term benefits to your health and your heart in these ten foods is what really matters.
About Your Host:
Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP
Do you label everything and everyone as soon as you see someone, because you are used to it, and does labeling hurt you in the long run? If so, then this is the show for you. I know that labeling people, places and myself have hurt me more than I could ever imagine it could, which makes this show relevant in the present day. We will look at ways in which to stop ourselves in the moment, before wanting to label anything or anyone and learn techniques to calm our minds and bodies so that labels go out the window. We will also look at scientific evidence that shows that labeling kills. So, join me for this special show—I know you won’t want to miss it!
Truecooks radio is back on the air, we check in with the man Chef Chad about the holidays, the voting issues that happened with all star of the year and more. As always we talk food, people and take questions from the chat room! Its one of a kind interactive culinary lifestyle experience, #truecooks radio
Three generations of drivers in one family is not an everyday thing in motorsports. It is with great pleasure to have nice guy number one on the show this week. Out of the hills of Schuylkill County PA. Mr. Colt Harris. A steady campaigner at Big Diamond Speedway in the modified division, Colt’s family has a long history in stock car racing. We will catch up on all of that along with what Colt has planned for the upcoming season.
Nice guy number two has the repetition as being old school. Some would say along with being a nice guy he is also crazy. LD&D met this guy last summer as he towed his USAC AMSOIL Non-Wing Sprint Car into PA on a open trailer all the way from Iowa. Also known as the "Colfax Comet" we are looking forward to having Mr. Robert Bell on the show. Robert is the 2015 Speedway Illustrated Ken Schrader Real Racer of the Year Award winner and we know there is a story behind that.
Many people, when they are feeling miserable from a cold or the flu, get the urge to gorge on food. But picking the right foods can benefit and even speed healing.
That's why maintaining a diverse diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean protein, is the body's best defense against viral invaders.
Here are some foods to focus on to help boost your immune system when feeling under the weather.
About Your Host:
Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP
Our guest this morning is Ilona Glinarsky.
Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Ilona is an Argentine Tango instructor, dance advocate, life coach, public speaker and dance event organizer ... http://www.ilonaglinarsky.com
She teaches dance lessons in the South Bay at the Woman's Club in El Segundo and in Hermosa Beach. She is a guest instructor at Agape International Spiritual Center and is a 10-year guest instructor at the Music Center LA.
Ilona is best known for putting together public tango demonstrations in the form of "flashmobs" at locations such as LAX and Whole Foods Market in El Segundo.
She is a founder and organizer of Milonga LAX, The Tango Experience and the LA Tango Marathon (aka The Endless Summer Tango) - the largest tango event featuring tango dancers from all over the US and Canada for a Memorial Day Weekend tango fest.
Ilona has a special Valentine’s Day event coming up this weekend. ‘A Taste of Argentine Tango’ will take place on Sunday, February 14 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Women’s Club of El Segundo.
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8p ET/7p CT Wednesday, February 10, 2016: Dial 347-850-8486 to discover natural & scientific ways to reduce the risk of birth defects and maintain good reproductive health. Reproductive health affects everyone and many people struggle with infertility while many more try to manage the challenges of birth defects.
Root Cause Radio rebroadcasts the interviews with Symptometry Health Coach, Janan Derso and the founder of Symptometry, Dr. Maxwell Nartey on February 10th to share scientific facts and essential tips that will help to dispel myths about reproductive health issues and birth defects. Tune-in to discover:
the primary growth factor for viruses and how to protect oneself from a viral infection
what measures or actions a woman can take to reduce the risk of birth defects in her unborn child
why is reproductive health important to both men & women
Access this show and all podcasts at www.RootCauseRadio.com.
Root Cause Radio ~ Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health
We are what we eat! How many times have we heard that? But do we really believe it? Will that delicious pound cake become part of your hips? Will that sirloin steak become part of your feet? We are on a crash course with our health in the US and so much of what ails us can be averted by making healthier food choices. Children and teens are experiencing the effects of this crash course in much the same way as adults. Dr. Imani Ma'at, the segment's regular host and Author of Healthy Haiku 3: How to Fight Childhood Obesity One Poem at a Time, will be interviewed by Guest Host Ms. Martha Dowdell.
Ms. Martha Dowdell is a health and nutrition enthusiast with more than 40 years experience in research, experimentation, and lifestyle strategy techniques that lead to achieving optimum health. Her passions are etiquette training, health and nutrition education and motivation so that people will be inspired to make healthy lifestyle choices.
The segment will focus on the growing health epidemic in our communities. Dr. Ma'at will also discuss her new book: Healthy Haiku 3: How to Fight Childhood Obesity One Poem at a Time. This book is packed with important topics about childhood and teen obesity such as: obesity as a precursor to diabetes, high blood pressure, compromised immune system, depession, and social isolation; the importance of alkalizine foods and water in our diet and the importance of enzymes. There is also a great appendix section with information such as a handy chart of akaline foods, icebreakers, role play activties and more! On sale this week only on Amazon Kindle for only $1.99!
Crock pots are a busy person's favorite cooking tool. You can still make homemade meals and be out shopping or working or doing what you love. Crock Pots do the all the work for you while all you have to do is add the food and turn the pot on. Who invented this awesome cooking gadget? What are some good foods you can cook in a crock pot? Well, Chef Alex is here to discuss the crock pot!!! Chef Alex and his mom the 2 who do the cooking in their family have a big crock pot and they love it!
Chef Alex will discuss:
-History of Crock Pot
-Meals and Desserts you can make in a crock pot
PLUS DELCIOUS RECIPES including:
-Mac and Cheese