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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.
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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.
Jen Broyles, Certified Holistic Health Coach and Digestive Wellness Expert, discusses the nutritional truth about the Paleo Diet.
The Paleo Diet has gained a lot of traction over the past few years, and with that, comes critics. In this podcast, Jen will address one objection you might hear about the paleo diet.
A common objection to the Paleo diet is that it is not nutritionally complete. This is due to the fact that paleo excludes all grains, legumes, and most dairy. It also eliminates all processed and refined foods.
Jen will separate the facts from the myths in this podcast session.
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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See you on Wednesday!
Having a healthy digestive system ensures your weight-loss plan will be successful. To improve your digestion to lose weight, make sure to consume adequate fiber and fluids and increase your physical activity if possible.
Fiber -- Feel Light and Regular
Eat more fibrous foods to increase weight loss and prevent constipation. Fiber resists your digestive enzymes, meaning it is not broken down but stays intact as it passes through your digestive tract. As it travels, it forms a gel and absorbs some excess fat, cholesterol and sugar, which is passed through your stool. Only plant foods such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, seed, beans and legumes provide fiber. Nonstarchy vegetables such as greens, tomatoes, broccoli and eggplant are good low-calorie options for weight loss because they contain only about 25 calories per 1 cup raw or 1/2 cup cooked.
Many Nutrients Contribute to Metabolism
A healthy metabolism is critical for successful weight loss and digestion. Many high-fiber foods are more nutritious than their low-fiber alternatives; whole grains, example, offer more nutrients than refined white grains. High-fiber foods contain more vitamins and minerals important for your metabolism, including B vitamins. This family of vitamins is involved in many metabolic processes, such as the breakdown of food into energy.
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.
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) allows the use of carbon monoxide as a "preservative;" by attaching to myo-globin's iron atom, turning it bright red and preventing it from interacting with oxygen. This practice is banned in Europe and Japan, because even though it might prevent color changes, it certainly doesn't prevent bacterial growth.
80% of the antibiotics sold in America are fed to animals raised in confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs). The antibiotics and GMP grains radically alter the bacterial balance and composition in the animal's gut. Just as in humans, poor gut health in animals promotes disease.
The Church has lost something by neglecting its Jewish roots. If ever you needed a reason to study the Jewish Bible in order to understand the Christian gospel, you'd find it with the Feast of Tabernacles. Unless you understand something of this holiday you'll never fully understand the New Testament. This was the celebration of the huge Fall harvest, the event that would either make or break financially nearly every business and household in ancient Israel. The Torah speaks about it in terms of fruits and grains, but Zechariah the Prophet, Isaiah, John the Baptist, and Jesus himself spoke of it in terms of the harvesting of human souls. What's the connection? Tune in and take notes! Your host: Rev. Rick Anderson, on "Jewish Roots" each Thursday at 9:30 pm, EST, at www.scripturesdramatized.com Internet podcast talk-radio. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5757.
Holistic healing simply means that you must nourish, detox, rest, and meditate in order for the human body to live. Eating processed, fast foods, fried & overcooked foods, devitalized starches, sugar & excessive amounts of salt, your colon cannot possibly survive efficiently. Consuming foods high in fiber with life-giving properties such as: cooked beans, dates, figs, whole grains, apples, bananas, black berries, blue berries, cherries, brussel sprouts, carrots, grapefruits and salads that have green leafy vegetables are a great source of fiber enriched nutrients.
Let's talk about carbohydrates one of the major foods that are destroying the human body. These foods may include, but or not limited to: breads, bagels, rice, pasta, potatoe, ice cream, chocolate, pie, cookies, crackers, cake, danish, fruit, fruit juice, potatoe chips, pretzels, & popcorn. I think using moderation and portion sizes are of great significance for those seeking more of a transitional diet which will be covered in an upcoming show.
Foods we often crave, or find oursleves addicted have been mentioned above. Now let's name some that are beneficial to our health tune into the show and find out what they are.