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MomAngeles Radio with Kristin Cruz, Laura Nickerson co-hosts. We showcase the #BestofLA bakeries with Mom & Entrepreneur Darian of "Design My Treats". Tonight we debut the Justin Beiber song "Sorry"-- Laura makes a dessert request that's never been done before!-- And we learn that Amazon litterally sells any shape cookie-cutter you could possibly need, just ask Darian. You'll want to know more...
Ever wanted to start your own biz?
Want to turn your talent into income?
Could we just hear this mom's story & wish something like this could happen to us? Let's take a listen and go make it happen. Then place an order for all your holidays gifts early through MomAngeles.com. We just got a lot done! And it's only Monday ;-)
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Gluten-free expert, author, coach and celiac advocate Jules Shepard hosts The Gluten Free Voice radio show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips & otherwise lively conversation.
This week Jules highlights gluten-free Halloween treats that will bring a smile to any child's face! She'll also introduce you to Alison St. Sure, celiac blogger & food allergy mom who annually publishes the list of GF/Allergy-Friendly Halloween goodies that Jules trusts most. Alison will share tips for contacting food manufacturers about ingredients & contamination, & her tips for a safe & tasty Halloween! (Link to Alison's 2015 list here: http://surefoodsliving.com/2015/10/halloween-candy-ingredient-guide-2015-for-gluten-food-allergies/)
Alison will share how she adapts her family's food to be not only gluten-free, but also dairy, soy, egg & nut-free. Alison documents her family's food adventures on her blog, SureFoodsLiving.com, which was one of the first gluten-free blogs. In addition to writing,
Tonight, ask anything you want. Don't have a question? Call in to simply say hello or tell your favorite Halloween movie. Whatever it is, we'd love to speak to you!
In this open Q&A show, we'll be taking calls and entering callers into contests for giveaways and coupons for Marriage Helper services.
Every person we talk to will be entered into a pot for special discounts and giveaways from Marriage Helper. One person will receive 50% off the Marriage Helper 911 Workshop, others will get 50% off the 10 week Save My Marriage online course, and even more will win a free copy of Joe Beam's book, "The Art of Falling in Love."
Talk to you tonight!
Millions of Americans started their Thanksgiving getaway Wednesday by taking to the roads and airport security lines, undaunted by terrorism fears as officials continue to stress there are no “credible” threats in the wake of the Paris terror attacks earlier this month.
President Obama said at the White House there is no "specific and credible" intelligence indicating a plot against the U.S., while assuring anxious Americans, "While the threat of terrorism is a troubling reality of our age, we are both equipped to prevent attacks and we are resilient in the face of those who would try to do us harm."
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson echoed Obama's statement that there are no specific, credible treats to the homeland ahead of the 2015 holiday season.
Tonight, Dr. Roger will be discussing ongoing problems with the ever favorite jerky type meat treats available for dogs. Despite their pupoluarity, since 2007, they continue to be linked to serious pet illness and even cases of death. I also will be announcing my return to live podcasting with a new twist, so please be certain to tune in and find out what exciting new changes are in store for this new season's shows.
There are also 2 listener e-mail questions that Dr. Roger will be addressing this evening. Please submit your question/comments to be addressed live by e-mailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
8p ET/7p CT Wednesday, November 25, 2015: Dial 347-850-8486 to discover why it's best to avoid peanuts, nuts, citric acid, strong sugars and get helpful tips on eating scientifically during this holiday season.
Everyone looks forward to enjoying delicious meals this holiday season. Whether you're doing the cooking or having food catered during the holidays, remember to get the most out of your holiday meal by eating scientifically. Learn more about eating scientifically and why it's important to avoid peanuts, citric acid and alcohol for better health. Root Cause Radio shares valuable information from licensed Symptometrists Dr. Elizabeth Wanek, Dr. Charlie Abbott, and Dr. Maxwell Nartey on November 25th to share:
why should nuts & peanuts be avoided
whether there are any healthy chocolate treats
why saturated fats & potassium rich foods should be limited
Access this show and all podcasts at www.RootCauseRadio.com.
Root Cause Radio ~ Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health
Co-Founder of Stark in Irvine CA, Brad Davidson, gives you tips on how to survive holiday meals. Denying yourself the temptation of holiday treats is unrealistic, so learn how to prepare your body for large, carb-heavy meals with just a few simple tricks! Davidson goes through the process behind loving your liver and carb-cycling to help keep you on your feet all holiday season and long after!
For more tips and tricks on restarting and fixing your broken metabolism, pre-order your copy of the Stark Naked 21-Day Metabolic Reset at http://bit.ly/1T0KopJ
Preparing for Thanksgiving when you're gluten free can seem daunting. Gluten free expert Jules Shepard & her special guest, gluten free author and food allergy expert Colette Martin will take the stress out of it for you!
Jules has written the book on how to have a safe and tasty gluten-free Thanksgiving (ok, technically it was an e-book), and she and Colette have both published cookbooks full of delicious gluten free recipes to make this holiday as delicious and special as it should be. Join these accomplished gluten free bakers as they tackle your gluten free and food allergy fears and help you to enjoy a worry-free holiday centered on family and friends ... and of course great food.
Colette Martin's first book, Learning to Bake Allergen-Free: A Crash Course for Busy Parents on Baking without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts (The Experiment, June 2012) features detailed explanations, methods, and crash courses to take both experienced and inexperienced home bakers into the world of baking with alternative ingredients. Her newly-published second book, The Allergy-Free Pantry: Make Your Own Staples, Snacks, and More without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts (The Experiment, September 2014) features classic treats and pantry staples that can be made easily and affordably at home. Read more about her titles here.
To read more about Jules' cookbooks, her highly acclaimed book, The First Year: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten Free, and her many e-books (among them her Gluten Free Thanksgiving e-book) hop to her site here.
In this show you’ll learn:
How to eat well while staying jolly
Mindfulness tips to combat holiday stress
The importance of remaining consistent with holiday choices
With holiday parties starting to be in full swing, many people are staying busy and eating on the go, or overindulging in sweet party treats. And then there’s grandma’s sweet potato casserole or the family’s favorite gravy. The holidays are filled with memories, but there are other things that fill those spaces. The average person gains 5-10 pounds over the holiday season. But it doesn’t have to be that way…
Join Dr. Ritamarie as she answers your questions on how to make smart food and drink decisions for yourself during the holidays.
Dr. Ritamarie is the founder of the Institute of Nutritional Endocrinology, and has over 23 years of clinical experience as a functional medicine practitioner and clinical nutritionist.
Happy Holidays. I can't beleive I am saying that. Halloween is behind us and Thanksgiving is around the corner. My two guests for November are rare treats, Amy M. Bennett and Virgil Alexander.
Amy M. Bennett was born and raised in El Paso, Texas, but has spent most of her life in New Mexico. ?
End of the Road is the first book in her Black Horse Campground series.
When she’s not writing, Amy is a cake decorator at Walmart in Alamogordo, NM or serving wine at Noisy Water Winery in mid-town Ruidoso.
Virgil Alexander was born in rural Gila County, Arizona, and grew up in the area of Globe-Miami. An ardent Arizona history enthusiast
he spent much of his boyhood reading about and experiencing historic sites and the natural environment. His latest book is The Baleful Owl.
There is a chill in the air this morning, and both of these authors have books perfect to read, curled in a chair by the fireplace. Hope you are able to
stop by and chat with us.
Rob Tardik — Moments
Nov. 2, 2015
Since the very early 2000s, guitarist Rob Tardik has been dazzling listeners with his exciting and often exotic mix of substantive c-jazz/R&B/rock and burning hot Latin melodies. With tunes so attractive, they are by nature riveting, seductive, uplifting, and powerful.Such is the case with his latest release Moments, another eclectic gem.
Seizing the moment and leading off with a Latin scorcher, “Sip and Salsa,” inspired by his fiancé’s love of dance, the gifted guitarist soars from one mood to another. Examples would be track two’s sizzler jazz/rocker “Rite of Passage,” then on to the romantic R&B deliciousness of “Moments in Time” featuring the silky lead vocals of one Aiden Castillo and sweet backing harmonies of vocalists Dee and Brittani Cole, and the handsome downtempo Latin-tinged “Eros.” Definitely not applying the brakes on the project yet, Tardik treats us to a stinger with a mean hook called “Hang Time” which is co-written by fellow guitarist Steve Oliver (who is featured in some way or other throughout the album). In fact, Oliver co-produced the album with Tardik. A very cool pairing indeed.
Tardik enjoys the contributions of other very fine notable musicians here, as well, including saxmen Will Donato and Walle Larsson, trumpeter Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, bassist Gary Grainger (of Acoustic Alchemy fame), pianist/keyboardist Nate Harasim, and a host of others who felt the groove and wanted in.
Speaking of feeling the groove, you will definitely want to stop by and check out the blazing funkster called “Stop!,” a command you may have trouble obeying on the dance floor. Whew. Is there a fire extinguisher in the house?
See full review on www.thesmoothjazzride.com/cdreviews
Evolving from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, modern Halloween has become less about literal ghosts and ghouls and more about costumes and candy. The ancient Celts used the day to mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, and also believed that this transition between the seasons was a bridge to the world of the dead. Over time the holiday transitioned from a somber pagan ritual to a day of merriment, costumes, parades and sweet treats for children and adults. So lets chat about it!