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Chef Jeremy Manley 'San Diego's Sustainable Chef' joins Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith for Big Blend Radio's Eat, Drink & Be Merry show and discusses Salads. As he points out, salads do not have to be the typical bowl of lettuce leaves, but can include root vegetables such as beets, ancient grains and seeds such as farro and quinoa, fruits, cheeses and nuts. Known for serving fresh cuisine using seasonal and local ingredients, Jeremy is the executive chef and owner of Jeremy's on the Hill California Style Bistro in Julian, a popular mountain destination in San Diego, California. He is a regular guest on Big Blend Radio. Watch for his Apple & Almond Farro Salad Recipe in the upcoming April issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
Join Lori each week as we chat about topics of interest for both the homemaker and the kitchen professional. This week lori chats about super food Oatmeal and the many variations of, along with quinoa, couscous, bulgar wheat. Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, these grains make GREAT alternstives.
A new and exciting variety broadcast that covers all things hoodoo, rootwork, and conjure.
"From deep in the heart of Texas, where the stars at night are big and bright, comes The Now You Know Show, with Professor Charles Porterfield, here to tell it like it was and how it is, to help school ya, so no one can fool ya!"
Tune in and learn valuable lessons about the practice of hoodoo, conjure, and throwing roots with a skilled practitioner who brings a lifetime of experience to the task of teaching newbies and entertaining old-time practitioners alike. Professor Porterfield is a talented rootworker, a dedicated founding member of AIRR, a gifted reader, and one of our dearest friends. We are proud to sponsor him in this new adventure.
At Professor Porterfield's TheNowYouKnowShow.com web site, you can find updates and information on the show -- or, to access episodes directly, just go to The Now You Know Show at Blog Talk Radio
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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Please Join "host/ " Dr. Afivi Adiro & Kenya Jones" on ?#DynastyNetwork? Live 1/30/15 @ 2PM PST, 3PM MST, 4PM CST & 5PM EST...
As we discuss "The truth about Grains". We will talk about healthful grain consumption, gluten, hybrid grain,indigenous grains, and everything in between"...
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Flexitarian, Pescatarian, Omnivore, Vegan…what does it all mean? Join us as we speak with the Plant Powered Dietitian and author Sharon Palmer, RDN and learn how to eat yourself healthy starting today!
Learn to fall in love with plants and embrace a healthy, plant-based diet with her cookbook-slash-handbook that will lead you one step at a time toward your healthiest self. In Plant-Powered for Life dietitian, food and nutrition writer Sharon Palmer shares 52 simple steps, supported by globally inspired recipes, that illuminate all the benefits of plant-powered eating. Her aim is simple: to show that anyone—from meat-loving omnivores to junk-food vegans—can benefit by replacing processed and fatty foods with whole foods: the fruits, veggies, grains, nuts, and herbs that are proven to be the most beneficial for our health.
The beauty of Palmer’s approach is that she transforms that tired admonition: Eat your vegetables! into 52 actionable steps that readers will actually want to try. Making way for more whole-plant foods can significantly reduce your risk of developing chronic diseases—and improve health and energy levels— With this guide, anyone can forge new habits, cook great food, and enjoy a healthy plant-powered life—one tasty step at a time.
Sharon Palmer, is a registered dietitian, editor of the award-winning health newsletter Environmental Nutrition, and a nationally recognized nutrition expert who has personally impacted thousands of people’s lives through her writing and clinical work. For more information visit www.sharonpalmer.com
There is an emerging global epidemic of diabetes. The causes are complex, but the increase is in large part due to rapid increases in overweight, including obesity and physical inactivity.
The number of diagnosed diabetics has more than tripled in the last 3 decades and today about 347 million people worldwide have diabetes.
In 2012 alone diabetes was the direct cause of 1.5 million deaths.
Of the 3 types of diabetes (Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational), Type 2 accounts for around 90% of all diabetes worldwide and reports of type 2 diabetes in children – previously rare and known as Adult Onset Diabetes – have increased dramatically.
There is good evidence that a large proportion of cases of diabetes type 2 and its complications can be prevented by a healthy diet, regular physical activity, maintaining a normal body weight and avoiding tobacco.
In this episode, Dr. Budweiser founder of Weiser Living will take a more indepth look at the complications of diabetes and how to prevent and/or revers it.
Some of the topics covered will be:
What Exactly Is Diabetes?
Long Term Consequences Of Diabetes
Why Is It Important To Check Your Numbers Daily
Foods You Should Avoid
Foods That Support Insulin Production & Stabilize Blood Sugar
Optimal Lifestyle & Exercise Choices
Diabetic Medications & Their Side Effects
Which Supplements Are Important For Healthy Blood Sugar
… and of course much, much more!
Meanwhile, be sure to go to www.WeiserLiving.com and SUBSCRIBE for more articles, recipes, videos, products and more.
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.
We all know what a nutrient is, right? But have you ever heard of antinutrients? Do you know what they do in the body? Should you even care? What’s the big deal anyway?
There is a famous quote by Ann Wigmore that goes: “The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.” ... and in most cases that is correct. However, in some instances, it’s simply not that straight forward. Sometimes, certain foods can be a double edged sword.
In this show, Dr. Budweiser, founder of Weiser Living, will delve into this world of antinutrients and share with you both sides of these obscure and controversial (anti)nutrients!
Phytic Acid And Other Antinutrients
What’s An Antinutrient?
Foods That Contain Antinutrients
Potential Problems With Phytic Acid
Phytic Acid’s Effect On Bone & Tooth Health
Potential Benefits Of Phytic Acid
Phytic Acid’s Preventative Properties
How To Reduce The Anti-Nutrient Effects Of Phytic Acid In Foods
And much, much more!
So be sure to tune into another very interesting 30 minutes!
Meanwhile, check out www.weiserliving.com for articles, recipes, videos and more!
special guest interview Mulan Benjamin aka Apostle Teresa Speaker to overcome.
1. Get outside. Our caveman friends saw lots of daylight; getting up at sunrise and going to sleep at sunset. Exposure to bright sunlight for 30 minutes a day either through sunlight or a light made for this, helps keep your internal clock set. T
2. Aerobic Exercise. 30 minutes at least 3 times a week means those ‘runner’s high’ endorphins get released regularly. It’s also a good way to work through and release stress.
3. Omega-3 fatty acids. 1,000 mg daily. Omega-3’s aid in the brain’s neuron connectivity. Enteric coated capsules help prevent burping the fishy tasting oil but you can also freeze thewhole grains), fish, free range meats, & vegetables and you’re good to go.
4. Sleep. Change your sleep routine so that it’s more conducive to a good night’s rest. Turn your lights down and go to bed at the same time everynight. . Avoid caffeine and alcohol.
5. Socialize. Remember the Amish farmer has his family and community to fall back on for support. There’s no reason you can’t too. Involve yourself with close friends and family.
6. Watch your thinking! Anti-rumination strategy is vital to breaking out of depression and other emotional ruts. Become aware of those times you dwell on the negatives in your life – both real or imagined – and stop them. It takes work and persistence but if you constantly tell yourself to ‘stop it’ you are building a positive habit that will change your life for the better. Whether it’s the jerk who cut you off in traffic or something a little closer to home, don’t give yourself the luxury of a negative thought.