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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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Thanksgiving is almost here in the US, and Catherine shares the recipes she will be using this year. Tune in for tips to make this a Thanksgiving you will enoy without regrets. Plus an update on the 6 Week Tranformation Challenge, including the strategies we are using to lose fat before 2015.
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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
Rain Man is a talk format show led by filmmaker and radio personality Michael Flores. From comedy to news plus interviews, Michael and the crew will keep you entertained. Sit back, relax and be prepared to be entertained.
Today on the show: The hosts discuss the future of the show; 2015 could be a really good year. Tony's mom is old and a bit prejudice. Also, a brief discussion about 'The Walking Dead' and 'Sons of Anarchy'. Plus, whole lot of jokes, comedy and fun.
"Our national addiction to sugar runs us an incredible $1 trillion in healthcare costs each year."
This statement refers to a report conducted in the fall of 2013 and that focused on the staggering health consequences of sugar on the health of Americans.
This Halloween, make it a "real" treat - not a trick - to take control of your health...in the form of SUGAR!
About Your Host:
Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP
Tis the season for treats to serve at parties, celebrations, and to enjoy as goodies just because! But, how do you escape adding those unwanted pounds? How do you avoid sugar highs and headaches? Our guest, Brenda Bennett, The Sugar-Free Mom, has lots of sugar free recipes to share that will surprise you! From Flourless Low Carb Pumpkin Cookies to 3 Ingredient Chocolate Popcorn Bark and Gluten Free Apple Carrot Quinoa Mini Muffins, she will fill you up with Treats You Can Live With! You won't be missing the sugar at all!
Join Carolina Jantac, MS,RD, LD and enjoy the conversation.
Hello everyone! Tonight's episode will be all about a little of everything. Why are we outraged over a picture of a woman breast feeding but not over Kim Kardashian showing it all? What are some things women do that make a man not want to mess with her anymore? What are your plans for Thanksgiving? Finally, as per the show's title, what are your thoughts on Bill Cosby and the accusations against him? Tonight's laws include:
Men hosting showers or housewarmings-
Decorating for parties or cookouts-
Having sex in a twin bed-
Driving with both hands on the steering wheel-
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Tonight on REAL LIFE MAN TALK we are going into Chapter 8 or Choice 8 as it is referred to in the book, Recycling Pain - The SHARING Choice from the book "Life's Healing Choices" written by John Baker. Join us as we continue to dig into ourselves to find freedom from our Hurts, Habits, and Hang-ups.
Sugar addiction contributes to diabetes, cardiovascular disease and a plethora of other medical problems, and in day-to-day life it can just make you feel miserable. According to this week’s guest Dr. Teitelbaum, common complaints include: fatigue, getting irritable when hungry, having chronic nasal congestion and sinusitis, digestive problems (irritable bowel syndrome and spastic colon), weight gain with inability to lose weight even on a diet, and poor concentration and memory. If you want to find out how to beat your sugar addiction once and for all, don’t miss this interview.
Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D. is one of the most frequently quoted integrative medical authorities in the world, and appears often as a guest on Oprah and Friends with Dr. Mehmet Oz and on CNN, Fox News Channel and local news and talk shows nationwide. He is the author of the best-selling From Fatigued to Fantastic! (3rd edition, Avery/Penguin Group USA), which has sold over 500,000 copies. As a leading expert and researcher in chronic fatigue and pain, Dr. Teitelbaum has helped thousands worldwide to regain their energy, overcome pain and start enjoying their lives again. For more information, please visit: www.endfatigue.com
Do you have a sweet tooth but feel guilty every time you reach for something sweet? Sugar comes in many tasty forms but our bodies can react adversly towards eating too much of any one of them. Eating too much can put us at risk for diabetes. Diabetes is a disease in which the pancreas does not produce any insulin. Insulin is a hormone that helps your body to control the level of glucose (sugar) in your blood. Without insulin, glucose builds up in your blood instead of being used for energy. Learn more about sugar’s effect on our health in this month’s tele lunch-and-learn workshop.