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Dr. Ken Weizer shares with a something that has been on his mind for about ten years – Dr. Weizer’s Healing Meals. What is that? Dr. Weizer wants people to know the value of food in the cancer dance. Listen in as he explains his new project in this mouthwatering episode.
Are You tired of the same mondane or boring meals, are your taste buds screaming for something new? Spice your meals with taking a trip around the world. The World is full of many different flavors for food, be advantureous and try something new. We will explore what is need to explore these flavors from around the world.
What importance is there between meals and fellowship? who should we break bread with? when should we break bread with others? Why should we break bread with others? This episode will include information on the importance of fellowship to the servitude of an obedient Christian. This episode will include a very emotional testimony from one of our sisters who had a very serious drug habit , she talks about how misconception in her understang of her denominational faith hindered her ability to connect with the Lord when she first truly needed him, and I assure you that the rest of the story proves His love for His people. Tune in to see how the Lord inspires our host to comment on these and other important ssues.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Joanna VonYurt, Founder and CEO of Swanling Innovations, shares information about swaddling and sleep training. Spotlight on Moms features Jodi Whisenhunt of MagicalMouseSchoolhouse.com. Chef Eric Crowley of CulinaryClassroom.com shares easy meals to make with kids. Kathy English and Sara Casey, authors of Climbing the Ivory Tower, share how they transferred their focus from children to academia. Ryan Stevens, Senior Brand Manager for Mott’s, shares information about Box Tops for Education™.
AASA, The Superintendents Association
PROPER SCHOOL NUTRITION IN SCHOOL MEALS
with Schenectady School Supt Laurence Spring and AASA's Kelly Beckwith
Presented by KNOWLEDGE WORKS
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Stephanie Katleman, Founder of The M.O.M. Method, talks the importance of teaching your kids to manage their time. Spotlight on Moms features Lindsey Laurain of EzPzFun.com. Nationally certified speech language pathologist and feeding therapist, Cindy Morrison AKA Chew Chew Mama, shares tips for parents struggling with picky eaters. Barb Schmidt, author of The Practice, shares tips for achieving inner peace. Heather Stouffer, founder of Mom Made Foods, shares tips for making lunchbox meals fun and easy.
Join Jo and Darlene as they discuss character meals at Walt Disney World. Did you know there is at least one character meal at a DVC resort? Do you know where? Let's explore and see where (on and off DVC properties) you can meet the characters and have a great meal all at the same time.
It's hard to argue with a plant-based diet when it benefits our waistline, wallet, and the well-being of our planet. Bestselling vegan cookbook author, Nava Atlas, joins us to share her most popular recipes, plant-based kitchen tips and the ultimate time-savers for vegans from her new book, “Plant Power.” As the founder of VegKitchen.com, the leading web resource for vegans and vegetarians alike, she busts the myth that cooking vegan meals is more complicated and less flavorful.
The relationship between health and food is not a new idea. As Hippocrates, the father of medicine, said in 460 BC, "Let food be thy medicine." Armed with the belief that a plant-based diet is essential to our well-being, Nava shares fun, flavorful recipes like Asian favorites and tortilla specialties.
While you don’t have to know how to whip up a 5-course meal from scratch at a moment’s notice, Nava will share her solution to the dinner dilemma meal planning. (You’ll probably also learn that cooking can be pretty joyful, too!) No longer only for those with unlimited free time, Nava gives us easy make-ahead tips to help you eat well even on your busiest days.
Aside from the scrumptious recipes Nava will share, what is ultimately important is the overall message: it is time to begin to be more mindful of what, why and how you are eating for your health and well-being.
You can be diabetic or pre- diabetic and still eat desirable delicious meals. In fact, you can prevent diabetes by eating them as well. Our award winning nutritionist, cookbook author and teacher guest,Robyn Webb, MS, is passionate about cooking well for health challenges, most notably diabetes. She has worked extensively with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and she can cook! Look forward to a show filled with her sample recipes from her many cookbooks, including the top seller, Diabetic Meals in 30 Minutes. Co-host, Carolina Jantac, RD (Kid Kritics Approved) will help us focus on feeding kids as we talk about Robyn Webb’s book, You Can Eat That: Awesome Food for Kids with Diabetes. We are going to cover it all for you!
Today’s Topic: Wholesome and Delicious Homemade Foods
Sub Topic: Balance Meals thorough out the Day
Discussion: SHALOM HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Apostle Loretta Williams is a Motivational Speaker and Teacher who will be sharing information that is essential and vital to our physical (body) welfare which will also include the benefits of nutritious meals, herbs and spices and various foods that provide protein and vitamins that are good for our bodies. We will learn more on how to stabilize our mental and psychological (the mind and our thoughts) and dealing with our emotions (how we feel). Occasionally she will have guests who are health specialist or advocates who can enlighten us further, so we can learn as much as possible about maintaining good health and enabling us through their knowledge and expertise to live better and fulfilling lives so we can be happy!
SCRIPTURE TOPIC: (3 John 1:2) Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.
Read and Learn more about Shalom Health and Wellness on the Oasis World Wide News Publication at www.oasisnewspublication.com/id79.html
Most of us have faced the struggle of how to feed a child back to health who is sick with the flu or a cold. Some have dealt with nursing loved ones who have had ear infections, stomach bugs, chickenpox or bronchiolitis. Now, too many are now facing the difficult challenge of how to feed children with cancer; how to feed them while they are living through their treatment. That’s really tough. We are really excited to announce the launch of the HealthBarn USA Foundation’s program, “Healing Meals.” Founder, Stacey Antine, RDN (author: Appetite for Life) will explain how this program provides healing meals to children fighting cancer and their families. She will share her recipes so everyone facing feeding those with an illness can benefit from her nutritional wisdom and culinary expertise.
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