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Most of us are not too far removed from knowing someone who has been diagnosed and received treatment for cancer. Most of us have also either heard of or experienced the struggles of loved ones and their caregivers who, while fighting to live, also fight to find a way to get proper nutrition during treatment. But, the chances are good that none of us have decided to make it our life’s purpose to change the world of cancer nutrition. This episode of Changing Direction features Susan Bratton, Founder and CEO of Meals To Heal. After being directly impacted by people in her life who suffered from poor nutrition during cancer treatments, Susan made it her mission to find a way to simplify how people access foods necessary to support proper immune health, increase energy, and decrease the chance of depression. A guest speaker at the upcoming Survivors Convention in Nashville, TN, Susan and Michele will discuss how her dedication and commitment are changing the direction and quality of life for cancer patients everywhere. Michele’s shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. If you could use some inspiration, motivation, how-to strategy or just company along your own private journey, tune in for each episode's insights and suggestions guaranteed to help you move forward. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
Many people who wish to correct weight problems change eating habits, perhaps cutting down meals to one meal a day. Some have said that eating one meal a day is healthier. But others have said that cutting back food willsend the body into "starvation mode" and it will begin to retain food, and instead of losing weight, one begins to gain even more. So, which is healthier, one big meal a day or three small meals a day? What about fasting? Does fasting (choosing to not eat a meal) help the body or hurt the body? How should one fast?.
Make your freezer your best friend so it will save you time and money! Oh, and it will produce super delicious meals. Okay, you have to prepare the meals but we have the perfect food experts to help you make this easy. Neither of them have a lot of extra time and money, either. Join our host, Ellen Briggs, Family Food Experts and Kid Kritics Approved founder, in learning how to prepare delicious freezer meals. This week, our Family Food Expert’s co-host is Tracee Yablon-Brenner, a Registered Dietitian (RD), chef, founder of Real Food Moms and author of 3 books. Our guest is Jeannette Bessinger, CHHC, (The Clean Food Coach) a board certified health coach, whole foods chef, and award-winning lifestyle and nutrition educator. Jeannette and Tracee co-authored the books Great Expectations: Best food for your Baby & Toddler, and, Simple Foods for Busy Families. Jeannette is the author and co-author of a total of seven books featuring healthy eating. From rescuing produce that looks like it is ready to be thrown out, to turning your boring leftovers into new improved frozen meals as well as showing you how to freshly freeze your healthy meals, Tracee and Jeanette will help you make your freezer your best friend!
Please, join us in our Family Food Experts Kitchen. Tune in on www.W4WN.com. Listen in while you are busy preparing or already enjoying your dinner. See you then!
Tune in with Lady Blossom a.k.a. Lady Be as she reviews Hot summer reads and talk with our special guest Author about her current and upcoming books.We also will touch basis with her on health topics as she brings awareness of a health condition that we should all be aware of.
Looking for a good summer read, health awareness, summer fashion tips, and quick healthy summer meals? Hot topics, business and more.
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We will be talking about the summer being the season for bad weather and how to prepare for it as well. And Heater Meals are here. Check them out at www.heatermeals.com. Wacko in the Morning is your Variety Radio Talk Show Talking about everything From Sports, to Politics, to Entertainment, to News, to Music, to Everyday Life. Call in to talk about anything on your mind at 646-478-5337
Looking for some easy meals to make on a busy schedule? Summer time is coming and who want's to heat up the whole house to make dinner in the oven?!?! Crockpot meals are perfect! Tune in to get some recipes and ideas how to spend a few hours making a bunch of meals for the freezer. Pictures and recipes will be post on our blog at: www.atozformomslikeme.blogspot.com
No one’s busier or on tighter budgets than college students, right? But you gotta eat, so you may as well eat well. Learn how to prepare tasty, time-efficient and cost-effective recipes from cooking expert Andrea Lynn, author of The I Love Trader Joe's College Cookbook, and Jessica Harlan, author of Ramen to the Rescue: 120 Creative Recipes for Easy Meals Using Everyone's Favorite Pack of Noodles and Tortillas to the Rescue: Scrumptious Snacks, Mouth-Watering Meals and Deli
A common recommendation for people suffering with blood sugar imbalances and attempting to reduce weight is to eat frequent, small meals throughout the day. The idea is that eating every couple of hours keeps your blood sugar levels steady without the dips (and severe hunger that accompanies those dips). In theory, you’ll eat less if you never let yourself get hungry enough to overeat. Recent hormone research tells us that this is actually the worst way to eat for blood sugar balance and weight loss and can actually be damaging to your health.
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Why frequent eating is faulty advice The process and dangers of insulin resistance Breaking the “Gain Chain”: solutions to restore your hormones
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For this inaugural episode. We will explore healthy delicious alternatives to greasy, meat packed meals. Whether you are a vegetarian looking for meal options, a dieter looking to lose some weight, a partier trying to impress a vegetarian friend, or just a curious person looking to find some new mouth-watering meals, this is the show for you! Salads aren't the only things on the menu you can eat while avoiding meat. Chef and Shannon will get up close an personal wi
I Am Liberty! on American Preppers Radio Friday *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/We all know about the superfoods. Those spices and herbs that can turn you into a health beast. There are so many great foods out now and the science to back it up is stronger than ever. But the question is, what the hell do you do with a pomegranate seed or how do I incorporate that into an actual meal? Tonight on I Am Liberty I will don my chef hat for you once again and we will put together some great meals with optimum health. We will explore things like the Allium family and how to make garlic a headliner in a meal. One clove in 4 quarts of sauce just wont do it for the blood pressure. Kale, maybe the greatest green available for consumption but for some reason people think dehydrating them and turning them into bitter salty chips is the best way to eat it them. Tags: Food, Prepare, Self Reliance, Prepper Broadcasting Network, I Am Liberty
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Rachel Brandeis, MS, RD, nationally-renowned dietician
Nationally-renowned dietitian Rachel Brandeis has been in the field of nutrition for more than 15 years and is the former national media spokesperson for The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, representing more than 60,000 registered dieticians. With areas of expertise in women’s health, weight management, and disease prevention, Rachel has been featured on “CNN”, “FOX News Channel”, “NPR”, “USA Today”, and the list goes and on. With an undergraduate degree from Emory University and graduate degree in community nutrition from Georgia State University, Rachel opened her private practice in 2004. In addition to “practicing what she preaches”, Rachel enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and a very active dog! www.rachelrd.com
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Join us as we welcome the innovators at cureLauncher (Steve Goldner, JD, RAC President & Founder, David Fuehrer, Vice President) along with Dr. Max Wicha, Director, University of Michigan Cancer Center). Advocate spotlight on nutrition expert Susan Bratton, CEO of Meals To Heal, which provides customized fresh meals delivered right to your door.