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Join Marie and JP to discuss books, movies and other headlines. Did you read John Green's The Fault in our Stars or Anna Quindlen's A Short Guide to a Happy Life? We will also talk about Searching for Sugar Man documentary and its late Oscar Winning Director Malik Bendjelloul (May 13, 2014). We're discussing books, movies, epublishing, indie authors, independent best selling books, and share original short stories. What's on your Spring/Summer reading & movie list? What's your favorite book?
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Let's face it. The low carb/high fat approach is still not politically correct. Eliminating added sugar is getting lots of support in the media these days from films like Fed Up, and books like Fat Chance by Dr. Robert Lustig.
The truth is, I didn't just eliminate sugar in order to lose more than 65 pounds, and keep it off (with a 6 month period of re-gain which I will describe on today's show) for six years and counting. I also completely eliminated grains, I ate more fat, and most shocking of all, I occaisionally practiced intermittent fasting. I was truly afraid to tell anyone how I had lost all my weight, let alone write publicly about it.
Then, I saw Dr. David Perlmutter on the Dr. Oz Show. He was talking about his book, Grain Brain. I bought the book, read it, and followed Dr. Perlmutter's dietary approach in order to get back to my happy weight. The most important conviction I gained from Grain Brain was that I never ever had to eat grains again. Finally, I had the courage to write my story, and share my own approach to sugar and grain free living. If you've decided to let grains go for good, I hope you'll listen today, and read Grain Brain, by Dr. David Perlmutter
Episode 1628 - Earth Grand Central Station: Arrivals and Departures
Recorded LIVE Tues 7-8-2014 on Omega Man Radio
Minister Italo Marti aka The Soul Man
On this special weeknight edition of the Cafe, we welcome a very special guest. From Wrestling Is and Beyond Wrestling, we will have Sugar Dunkerton live in the Cafe! Hear what he has to say about being in wrestling, being part of some memorable tag teams, and what's coming up at BW's Americarana 14! Plus, we recap Money In The Bank. Do we have new champions? Tune in to hear!
What's up everyone? If we can make it happen, tonight's show will be all fellas. The Loftons are on paid leave and Cheeky is out of town. That just leaves E-Dub, Mr. Crown & Coke and Flame to answer any and ALL questions you have about men. NOTHING is off limits! The laws we cover include:
Eating spaghetti or drinking Kool-Aid prepared by a woman from Louisiana or Florida-
How to properly bend-
How to respond to a woman talking about another man's body parts-
How to PROPERLY inspect your fingernails-
Band-aids versus an emergency room visit-
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INTRO: Krazy ~ Lil Wayne
OUTRO: Blackball ~ DJ Khaled
This exciting Kingdom Teaching will discuss lightly the evolution of man from a science and Kingdom perspective but it will challage your very heavliy to look at what you are evolving into from a Kingdom perspective. This teaching will take a look at how we think and how we end up in different places of our live through our thoughts.
Tonight Rob and Jason welcome GhostWolf Jay, a man who is a mixture of the modern and traditional Shaman skills. In addition to being a medicine man, GhostWolf is also a seasoned paranormal investigator with 24 years’ experience. Tonight we explore the world of the medicine man, the investigator and the evidence he has found.
Baby boomers grew up on Superman’s famous phrase, “Truth, justice and the American Way!” Sadly, as a generation, we’ve seen these ideals trampled more than once. Therefore, if you’d like to hear an uplifting story that would do Superman proud, you will want to listen to the inspiring account of John Bassett III.
Join Beth Macy as she shares all about her debut book, Factory Man, and learn how furniture maker, John Bassett, battled the trend towards off-shoring, stayed local and helped to save the jobs of hundreds of employees.
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