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If you feel like you’re doing everything right but you are struggling with energy, cravings and just can’t seem to lose the weight, hidden sugar may be the culprit. Sugar is the single biggest landmine when it comes to your health, but sugar hides in places you’d never expect: whole foods, diet foods, packaged foods, dressings . . . even sugar substitutes. And it’s not enough to cut out or cut back on sugar—you have to cut out the right kinds of sugar. In this groundbreaking program, New York Times bestselling author JJ Virgin explains the powerful concept of Sugar Impact: how different sugars react differently in the body. High Sugar Impact foods cause inflammation, energy crashes, chronic illness, and weight gain. Low Sugar Impact foods heal your body, fuel your day with prolonged energy, and promote fat burning. This eye-opening program pinpoints the most damaging sugars we eat every day—without even realizing it—in common foods like skim milk, diet soda, whole-grain bread, and “healthy” sweeteners like agave. By swapping high Sugar Impact foods for low Sugar Impact foods for 2 weeks you will transform your body and your health for good. Best of all, you don’t need to eliminate sugar completely or count calories. All sugar is not created equal. Simply drop your sugar impact and you will feel better fast!
Meet singer/Songwriter Charlotte Campbell from London. Today I share some of her songs: Streets of London, Songbird & Runaway Judy. Then, you'll hear what I'm reading and planning to explore in the next week. Landline by Rainbow Rowell and Missing Wives, Missing Lives by JJ Slate are on my list. Last, Sam Smith is performing at the Agganis Arena in Boston on January 17. Do you listen to Sam Smith's music? Let me know. We welcome calls from listeners and want to hear from you. If you enjoy the segment, follow me and the show on twitter and BTR.
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Missing Wives, Missing Lives by JJ Slate
Landline by Rainbow Rowell
Musician Charlotte Campbell
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Independent Authors Network
Book Discussion and Fran Lewis welcomes author JJ White the author of The Prodigious Savant.
In Burlington, Vermont, 1962, seventeen-year-old Gavin Weaver survives a dreadful explosion, six hours of brain surgery, and thirty days in a coma, to awake possessing not just one savant talent, but several, including art, music, mathematics, and memory—and all without suffering any of the usual mental disabilities associated with head trauma...if he survives
According to Dr. Darold A. Treffert of the University of Wisconsin, there are fewer than one hundred reported cases of prodigious savants in the world. Those few who possess the savant syndrome all have an island of brilliance that allows them to excel in some remarkable talent. Unfortunately, they all share various developmental disabilities.
In Burlington, Vermont, 1962, seventeen-year-old Gavin Weaver survives a dreadful explosion, six hours of brain surgery, and thirty days in a coma, to awake possessing not just one savant talent, but several, including art, music, mathematics, and memory—and all without suffering any of the usual mental disabilities associated with head trauma.
To learn more about Gavin, his syndrome and the talents of a prodigious savant join me at four eastern, three centeral and two mountain. Ask your questions in the chat room.
The odds are slim that Gavin will survive both the internal and external conflicts, which keep him from the one thing he wants most, the girl he’s loved since childhood.
On this episode of The VDown with Michael V we are joined by former NFL Wide Receiver JJ Birden. JJ's career in the NFL last from 1990 to 1996, spending a bulk of his career with the Kansas City Chiefs and his last two seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. He totaled for 244 receptions for 3,441 yards and 17 touchdowns, including a game winning touchdown as a Chief from Joe Montana against the much despised Denver Broncos.
We will catch up with JJ and see what he is up to these days. We will also ask him about his book that is coming out, "When Opportunity Knocks, 8 Sure Fire Ways to Take Advantage!" So tune in and don't miss this episode of The VDown on December 2nd at 5 pm CT. If you can't catch us live all episodes are archived at www.blogtalkradio.com/vdown or available for download on iTunes.
On this awesome episode we will talk about Chang's Bird of Prey, is it worth the wait? We will also discuss the Klingon/Borg OP prize ship. During our second half , what are your thoughts on Star Trek Generations? We will also continue the JJ Verse discussion that was started on last weeks show. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE...
Wednesday October 8, 6pm EDT: Drs. J.J. & Desiree Hurtak will be joining Mitchell to discuss the current global environmental situation as well as the marginalization of indigenous groups, especially in and around the Amazon Rainforest.J.J. & Desiree Hurtak have been on A Better World Radio & TV in the past, and will be joining Mitchell again to talk about the documentary, Wisdom of the Wayshowers.
Drs. Hurtak,are social scientists and founders of The Academy For Future Science, an international NGO at the U.N. They are also authors, researchers and have also been working with the indigenous people of South America. They were recent speakers at the U.N. Rio plus 20 Summit (2012) on global environmental issues. Their books focus on science and consciousness studies.
As protests take place globally, we must each ask ourselves what is our role in this changing world? Are the 7 billion people on the planet coming to a breaking point or a place of consciousness transformation? We will discuss the possible ways to help make life on earth a better place through both technological advances and ways to ensure peaceful conflict resolution.
The Hurtaks are colleagues and good friends with Mitchell and have appeared on A Better World Radio & TV several times over the years, sharing their discoveries, travels and work as social scientists, discussing their contribution to creating a better world for all beings.
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