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As loyal listeners of this show know, probably the only truthful way to describe YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour would be that actor-artist-inventor-improv comic Dean Haglund and independent filmmaker, teacher and certified Violence Prevention Specialist Phil Leirness spend an hour each week discussing anything going on in the world that has grasped their attention, and usually, Dean and Phil discuss these “goings on” through the prism of how they are being depicted in, or ignored by, the media. A great variety of subjects have attracted their attention this week: From the responsibility of sports fans to make sure their favorite teams aren’t menaces to society to what we can learn about our culture from the on-air shooting of a news reporter and camera person in Virginia this past week, from an appalling programming choice on the part of IFC to a dating site for those with mental illness, from the lack of opportunity for female and minority directors in television to the lack of distribution for African-American owned networks and content on Comcast and Time Warner. All that, plus a silent horror classic, a documentary about Tim Burton’s version of “Superman” (which was to star Nicolas Cage as the Man of Steel), the new film from the director of “Amelie” that the Weinstein Company really doesn’t want you to see, the death of Oliver Sacks, the anniversary of Robin Williams’ suicide, the truth behind water and kale, and a letter from a listener like you about supporting character actors. Finally, this IS the week where your friends in podcasting start reviewing the films on the “Film Fatales” list of female-directed movies everyone should see.
Whew. How’s THAT for an action-packed show?!
Kale is being called the Queen of greens and a nutritional powerhouse. Gaining in popularity, over the last decade or so, Kale is not only rich in flavor but it's health benefits are at the top of the chart. Kale is low in calories, high in fiber and has zero fat. That in itself is good news. There are many, many health benefits related to Kale and we will talk about as many as we can on today's show. So, if Kale has not been a regular on your dinner table, it's time to start thinking about a change. Kale, a true super food!
Here's a shocker---your intestines have 3 to 4 pounds of bacteria. It's garbage hanging on your inside!!!
IN BETWEEN FALL FOOTBALL PARTIES, HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS AND FAMILY GATHERINGS, ‘TIS THE SEASON TO OVER-INDULGE.AND THAT CAN SET YOU UP FOR SOME SERIOUS HEARTBURN, A SYMPTOM OF A MORE SERIOUS PROBLEM WHICH COULD LEAD TO PRE-CANCEROUS CONDITION CALLED BARRETT’S ESOPHAGUS.HERE TO HELP US STEER CLEAR OF HOLIDAY HEARTBURN, AND EXPLAIN MORE ABOUT THE DANGERS…. IS CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY DR. BRIAN LACY.WHAT ARE SOME COMMON CAUSES OF HEARTBURN THIS TIME OF YEAR? HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE GERD? WHAT IS THE LINK BETWEEN GERD AND BARRETT’S ESOPHAGUS?HOW IS ONE DIAGNOSED WITH GERD OR BARRETT’S ESOPHAGUS, AND HOW IS IT TREATED?· HOW CAN WE LEARN MORE?
Dr. Lacy is Professor of Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, and Chief, Section of Gastroenterology
In this 44th episode of the Healthy Wild And Free podcast Nick Meyer, a health journalist from AltHealthWorks.com and myself discuss holistic options for dental care as well as how gmo crops are comtaminating kale, chard and traveling 15-60 miles because of bee's pollinating and carrying them. Because of this bee's are dying and we need them to continue to pollinate organic food to survive. We also discuss how important it is to be on the same page with yourself, with others and to be the most real and authentic version of you with you and everyone in your life to be happy, fulfilled and have an overall sense of wellbeing.
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On Paired chef Mary Moran and guest host Summer Whitford will be discussing Super Foods, Nutrient Dense Foods and the misinformation that is prevalent in the news.
Chef Mary and Summer will be discussing great recipes that can be created with our list of “go to” foods to make this year count - for example kale rates #15 on a list of important foods to eat.
We can’t wait to share the full list and how incorporate these foods into your New Year's diet. .
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One Life to Live - Sam Rappaport (March 5, 1998–April 11, 2001)
Just for the Time Being - Plumber (2000)
'Til There Was You - Vince Dawkan (1997)
Another World - Michael Hudson (1986–1993, 1995–1998)
All My Children - Dennis "Denny" Benton (1993)
Bloodfist IV: Die Trying - Weiss (1992)
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Losin' It - Larry (1983)
Dynasty - Doctor (1981) (Three episodes)
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Curious about this WONDER vegetable? Not sure how to prepare it? Had a negative kale experience in the past? Let me show you 5 easy ways to add this vegetable into your daily meals. Not only is it rich in many vitamins and minerals but it's loaded with protective antioxidants. The amount of nutrition it offers might just change your life. Tall order? Well, tune in and find out!
SPECIAL GUEST: Don Pintabona, who is credited with being one of the two first chefs in America to serve Chilean Sea Bass.
We'll be discussing the culinary phenomenons Chilean Sea Bass, and Kale!
is recognized as one of the legendary Hip Hop artists who pioneered the Rap genre of music in the early 1980s. His inaugural album, Dana Dane With Fame, was the first Hip Hop album certified gold by a solo Brooklyn artist. This album also garnered him a Soul Train Music Award nomination for Best Album of the Year. Dana Dane has established himself as an innovator in rap music and a creative talent able to move with the times. He spent over six years behind the microphone as a former on-air personality for nationwide Sirius Satellite Radio, Backspin channel.
After receiving her Medical Degree from New York University School of Medicine and completing her internship at NYU Medical Center, Dr. Nikki chose to veer from the western medicine model to focus on wellness, prevention, and happiness via a modern healing approach, integrating all elements of our being—mind, body, and spirit. Dr Nikki is also a certified Yoga Instructor and has a Bachelor’s Degree from New York University in Psychology and Nutrition.
Dr. Nikki, aka #DrLove, appeared on the Fox Television show Utopia, where she impacted the lives of millions simply by leading by example. She introduced many Americans to yoga, meditation, healthy eating, kale, quinoa, as well as love and compassion.
Dr. Nikki is passionate about inspiring and empowering others to create and live the life they always dreamed of. Dr. Nikki currently lives in Laguna Beach, CA working with clients across the country using an integrative approach as well as travels the world hosting retreats.
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Kale, coffee and coconut oil. Which ones are good for you ... and which ones aren't? On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, internal and preventive medicine specialist Dr. Donald Hensrud answers those and other nutrition questions in the news. Also on the program, an update from certified sex therapist Dr. Jordan Rullo on flibanserin ... […]
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