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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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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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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!
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!
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!
This month our focus is HISTORY – African-American. Tonight we bring history in the form of Art. AFRICAN AMERICA ART: A DISCUSSION BASED ON ARTICLE BY RICHARD J. POWELL
During The Harlem Renaissance
Arts and Crafts during the Colonial, Federalist, and Antebellum Years
Great Depression and World War II Years
Abstraction and Realism during the Postwar Years
Black Arts Movement, Abstraction, and Beyond
MENU: Marsala Chicken &Savory Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with White Beans & Kale paired with a cup Chamomile Tea
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MENU: One Pot Kale and Quinoa Pilaf paired with a cup of Winterberry Green Tea Blend
Turmeric has incredible anti-inflammatory properties. We likely all struggle with some sort of inflammation in our bodies, so the more anti-inflammatory foods we can consume the better. Turmeric also helps improve immunity to colds and viruses, and it acts as a detoxifier that has a great impact on liver health.
How to enjoy it: Turmeric works great in curry recipes and pairs well with citrus flavors. I like to season my soups and sometimes stir fries with turmeric. It also pairs well with eggs, or you can mix it into tomato sauce.
Kale is already a well-known superfood. Kale is packed with vitamin K, a cancer preventative, vitamin A, wonderful for vision, and is loaded with iron, important for blood health. It also has plenty of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It acts as a great detoxifier for the body and supports liver health. Additionally, it's high in calcium, which supports bone health.
How to enjoy it: I love to sauté my kale with lemon juice and olive oil (the lemon helps your body absorb the iron); blend it into juices or smoothies, or bake it drizzled with olive oil at 400 degrees to make kale chips.
Hemp seeds are a great vegan option for protein, as they contain all the essential amino acids our bodies need. They're also full of antioxidants from vitamin E, and are a great source of essential fatty acids, meaning they can act as an anti-inflammatory. Additionally, hemp seeds are high in fiber and contain calcium and magnesium.
How to enjoy it: I sprinkle hemp seeds on everything. I love them on top of a smoothie, sprinkled them over my salads, and even use them on top of a stir-fry. They're the perfect addition to just about anything.
Once agian Chef Gerald Egger from TheSoCalChef.com is getting down to earth with another grower/producer of your foods. This week Randy Akahochi from 4 Earth Farms (formerly MCL Fresh) will be talking about their great produce. Particularly, Sugar Snap Peas and Brussel Sprouts which 4EarthFarms is know world wide for. Also new varieties of vegetables arriving to grocery stores in 2015. Oragnic versus Non-Organic production practices and the controversial GMO will be discussed. Plus, great cooking tips and storeage ideas for vegetables and fruits.Visit 4EarthFarms.com or TheSoCalChef.com for other awesome vegetable cooking tips
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Dr. Kalidas Kale CEO & Founder of EXQUIS ...Advanced Ayurvedic Sin Care.Dr. Kalidas Kale has over 25 years of pharmaceutical R&D experience in the area of Novel Drug Delivery technology, including dermal and transdermal delivery. He obtained a Ph.D. in polymer chemistry from the National Chemical Laboratory in Pune, India and completed his postdoctoral research at Centre des Recherches sur les Macromolecules in Strasbourg, France and Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh PA.
Dr. Kale has worked as a principal product development scientist and manager at world-renowned industrial research laboratories including American Cyanamid Company, now Pfizer Inc. (Liposome based drug delivery, parenteral and oral drug delivery), Bristol Myers Squibb Company.Dr. Kale has also served as an Associate Professor in Pharmaceutics at St. John’s University. His accolades include being nominated for a speaking distinction : first International Pharmaceutical Congress in Brazil. Using his knowledge and expertise, he wanted to develop something that could literally change the face of skincare.
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