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I’m so excited to be sharing with you our latest podcast, Demystifying Gluten Free and No Sugars No Grains with Anna Vocino. It was such a pleasure to have Anna Vocino on our show. She has truly cleared up the mystery around gluten free and no sugars no grains food.
We of course are here to support our mommies regardless of the dietary choices they make. All we care about is that you find the way for you and that we can be here to support you and cheer you on. We encourage you to listen to this episode and learn how anyone can benefit from eliminating gluten, sugar, and grain from their diet. It just may be the thing for you.
Anna even shares some cooking tips from her upcoming book! Make sure to check out her blog, Gluten Free Anna.
Don't forget to visit us also at Everything Stay At Home Mom. Please be so kind to leave us a rating and review here if you find our content helpful. God bless!
Modern medicine traces its root back to serpent worship, made obvious by its symbols such as the caduceus and the Rx symbol of Jupiter and Horus. This relates to ancient serpent god worship involving human sacrifice for agricultural purposes... and the hybridization of grains, which new science connects to mental illness. Specific reactions occur in the brain when eating hybridized grains leading to supposed "hallucinations" and "schizoid" type behaviors in which an innumerable amount of people experience nighttime terrors. Images of shadow people, aliens, and abductions plague many, and may even span back throughout the history of grain hybridization. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ask-the-brains-sleep-paralysis/
Heather talks about spirituality and current events from the perspective of science and logic. She wants to hear about your experiences with unexplained phenomena, conspiracies, and current events.
Dangerous Grains' coauthor Dr. Ron Hoggan visits Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio to discuss celiac, non celiac gluten sensitivity, and autoimmune disease.
Ron Hoggan, B.A., B.Ed., M.A., Ed. D., was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1994. His subsequent research on the disease and the gluten grains that provoke it has been published in numerous newsletters and journals, and on many websites. Hoggan is a widely respected lecturer and writer within the gluten-sensitive and medical communities.
Dr. Len Brancewicz of www.TheNutritionShoppe.net discusses today's health topics from a natural and traditional perspective.
Today: What's the story with crunch of foods and whole grains vs whole wheat?
Weight loss, ADD, hormone help, cancer, and so much more!
Experienced at growing grains and legumes for drying on small acreage using handtools. Does the work outweigh the benefits? You decide!
Handout for tonight's episode email: firstname.lastname@example.org and include small space grains in subject header.
Although I don't have to be completely gluten free, I do know that many people are being told they need to at least cut down on their gluten intake. We are going to discuss some of the grains that are free of gluten, low in gluten and just some of the best ways to use them.
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"The More you Know"
Are you a victim of your own health issues? Do you follow the standard American diet? What are some of issues you’ve been experiencing because of your diet? Are you ready to take a stand for your health and make some positive changes? My guest Erica Petrosky followed the standard American Diet all the way to 206 lbs. and was very unhealthy – she was diagnosed with thyroid disease and high cholesterol at the of age 24. She worked harder and exercised and lost some weight, weighing in at around 150 lbs at age 28; but kept the health diagnoses.
At the age of 31, she was at 145lbs when she was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes by a general practitioner and was put on the standard diabetes medication, she began low-carb diet to control her glucose while continuing to follow current "low fat" guidelines of the American Medical Association; the following months proved very hard on her body and brutal on her energy levels: At the age of 32 she lost too much weight (down to 119lbs) and had to correct it because her normal female functions had ceased
After doing some, well TONS, of research online about autoimmune diseases (LADA/Type 1 diabetes and Hashimoto's Thyroid Disease. She came across a paper, "Cereal Grain Sword" by Dr. Loren Cordain of Colorado State University that proved to be the gateway to the answers she was seeking. Through his research, Cordain was able to connect cereal grains to autoimmune disorders! WOW! - Just think about that... the very food that we have been seeing as the staple of the American diet for, well, as long as she remember. She researched more and began to incorporate what she learned in her life.
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Dr. John McDougall
John A. McDougall is an American Irish physician and author whose philosophy is that degenerative disease can be prevented and treated with a low-fat, whole foods, plant-based/vegan diet – especially one based on starches such as potatoes, rice, and corn – which excludes all animal foods and added vegetable oils. Passionate? Incredibly. Compelling? Totally. Convincing? Yes – because of the science Dr. McDougall brings to the table. If you have EVER wondered or want to know more about the benefits of a plant-based diet and want to educate yourself, make joining us a “must do.” You will be glad you did. Our thanks to the Tucson-based Healthy You Network for introducing us to Dr. McDougall and for helping make this interview possible. This show sponsored by Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona.
Ra is the topic today.
My guest is 38 and living with rheumatoid arthritis is virtually symptom free due to a radical change in diet, daily meditation and an honest confrontation of unresolved emotional damage.
I never thought I would end up in Intensive Care at 36 years old. The medications I was taking for rheumatoid arthritis ate four holes in my stomach. I vomited up 40% of my blood and needed a transfusion. When an emergency room nurse told me I was lucky to be alive, I realized the gravity of the situation. I also resolved to find another way to treat my condition.
Thankfully, the vanguard of the medical profession had already published research on alternatives to harsh medications. Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s nutritional center in New Jersey and his books Eating and Fasting for Health and Eat to Live provide evidence that eating the right foods can actually reverse disease. Fuhrman advocates the consumption of fresh vegetables, fruits, nuts, grains and legumes to maintain health; conversely, he warns against processed foods, meat, dairy and oils
July 30, 2014
On the Road to Heaven @ 8 PM EST
Enjoy a show replay of On the Road to Heaven with Denise Iwaniw and Sandra Harrick. This show is a conversation about "Initiations". Please create a sacred space for yourself, and dress comfortably to spend 60 minutes in the space of what it means to experience life's initiations both on the physical and spiritual realms.
Alchemy in the Modern World @ 9 PM EST
Visiting With The Stone People - From the tiniest grains of sand on a white Kauai beach to the large Megaliths of Stonehenge, forms of rocks and stones have been here throughout the ages and are a grand source of wisdom and healing. During this show Neshi Lokotz and Minnie Kansman will discuss our fascinating relationships with them, and do a meditation with them to discover how they can assist us in our daily lives.
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What You Can Eat That depends on your blood type. Here's what D'Adamo recommends for each type:
Type O blood: A high protein diet heavy on lean meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables, and light on grains, beans, and dairy. D'Adamo also recommends various supplements to help with tummy troubles and other issues he says people with type O tend to have.
Type A blood: A meat-free diet based on fruits and vegitables , beans and legumes, and whole grains -- ideally, organic and fresh, because D'Adamo says people with type A blood have a sensitive immune system.
Type B blood: Avoid corn, wheat, buckwheat, lentils, tomatoes, peanuts, and sesame seeds. Chicken is also problematic, D'Adamo says. He encourages eating green vegetables, eggs, certain meats, and low-fat dairy.
Type AB blood: Foods to focus on include tofu, seafood, dairy, and green vegetables. He says people with type AB blood tend to have low stomach acid. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and smoked or cured meats.