• Live Your Music – Margaux Joy DeNador with Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino 01/07/15

    in Lifestyle

    My guest for Live Your Music on 01/07/15 is Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino.


    Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, Hay House author and Best Ever You Network CEO lives her daily life with allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. In 1998, Elizabeth nearly lost her life due to an allergic reaction to almonds. In 1999, she had a second near-fatal allergic reaction while pregnant and was hospitalized for more than a week.


    Elizabeth understands firsthand the challenges life can bring and has worked with thousands across the globe to illuminate their light within and help them live their best life. In 2008, Elizabeth left a 17 year career in the financial services industry to start The Best Ever You Network, which is now a leading multimedia provider of lifestyle and self-help content.


    Elizabeth has a degree in communications and broadcasting; is a life coach, food-allergy expert, and anaphylaxis survivor; and she hosts The Best Ever You Show on blogtalkradio, which has over one million global listeners.


    Elizabeth lives with her husband and four boys in Maine.


    Visit her websites: www.BestEverYou.com and www.PercolateBook.com

  • 00:42

    What Are You Percolating? - Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

    in Self Help

    Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, Hay House author and Best Ever You Network CEO, lives her daily life with allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. In 1998, Elizabeth nearly lost her life due to an allergic reaction to almonds. In 1999, she had a second near-fatal allergic reaction while pregnant with her third son, after which she was hospitalized for more than a week.


    Elizabeth understands firsthand the challenges life can bring and has worked with thousands across the globe to illuminate their light within and help them live their best life. In 2008, Elizabeth left a 17 year career in the financial services industry to start The Best Ever You Network, which is now a leading multimedia provider of lifestyle and self-help content. Elizabeth hosts "The Best Ever You Show."


    With Brian Hom, she co-founded the Food Allergy Zone to find a cure and the cause of food allergies and she is a spokesperson for FAACT - Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team. Now she adds "author" to her resume. In "PERCOLATE: Let Your Best Self Filter Through," Elizabeth empowers readers to implement meaningful, positive change to thrive in every aspect of your life.


    Visit her websites: www.BestEverYou.com and www.PercolateBook.com.


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  • 02:42

    Meat - Are you beef or chicken?

    in The Bible

    Join James Janeen and special guest Warren as we look into the Bible for answers on food. Beef? Chicken? Pork? Shellfish? What to eat and what not to eat. In an age of fad diets we are turning to the Book with the answers! 


     

  • 01:05

    Chef Alex Presents: Seafood Chat with Mr. Jac Dalton!

    in Cooking

    Musician, and Marine Biologist Jac Dalton stops by the Chef Cardinale's Cooking Show to talk about seafood. Jac Loves to eat seafood I am sure, and we will have a fun conversation on seafood. Learn what a Marine Biologist has to say on eating fresh, nutritious seafood. Also, William Forrest will be on the show chatting seafood as well. I will be sharing a Fish and Chips recipes and a Haddock Francaise recipe. 


    **** PLEASE NOTE: THAT THE MUSIC YOU HEAR IS COURTSEY OF MR. JAC DALTON. 


     

  • 00:42

    Chef Al: Seafood with Chef George

    in Food

    On this show ACF exective Chef George Norrell will be returning to talk Seafood with us. Seafood is very common and a delicious food item. It consists of fish, shellfish, and crustuceans. Chef George Norrell will be on here giving out many seafood recipes and lots of information on seafood. Be sure to listen in and learn all about seafood. Chef George has lots to say. Listen in and enjoy the show. I have a shrimp scampi, baked haddock, and a sole francaise recipes. Chef George will have a great menu as well. Seafood is big around summertime.
    FACEBOOK: CHEF CARDINALE'S COOKING SHOW
    FACEBOOK: CHEF CARDINALE'S COOKING AND RECIPE PAGE
    www.blogtalkradio.com/chefalexcardinale
     

  • 00:44

    Chef Alex: Seafood Basics and cookery

    in Food

    On this show, I will be talking about seafood basics and cookery. I will be talking about different kinds of fish, shellfish, and all the types of seafood. So I will be going over the ways to prep seafood, ways to cook seafood, and common seafood dishes. I will be giving out my delicious shrimp scampi, seafood fra duval recipe,and haddock francaise. Good show ahead.

  • 01:01

    First Nations of America Interview-Music by Young Medicine

    in Entertainment

    It Matters is pleased to have this opportunity to bring our listeners insight and the chance to communicate and learn of the First Nations of America. 
    Joining us is Charles, a representative of the Apache Nation. He will tell us of his work with the seed bank, which is an attempt to collect seeds from native plants, especially those which were utilized by Native Americans for food before the Europeans arrived.
    The goal is to distribute these seeds for planting in part to all those who want them, but especially to Native Americans who can grow them on reservation lands where they are free to do so without interference from agribusiness. Charles is also involved in dealing with the threat and results of Agent Orange, which was sprayed by the U.S.. government on the San Carlos Reservation in the 1950s in order to facilitate water flow for the Gila River area and its agriculture. That's a topic that should and will upset us all. 
    Freddie Bitsoie is an anthropologist and chef specializing in integrating the foods of Native Americans into modern cuisine. This means the food of all parts of North America, be it the shellfish of the Chesapeake Bay, the rabbits of the prairies, bison, elk, or salmon from the Northwest.
    Brenda Brown brings us music by Canadian Performers,Young Medicine who are First Nations Artists that perform & promote Contemporary and Traditional Forms of Music, Dance and Art while sending a positive message of,“Be your own Person and Follow your own Dreams”. The artists are Curt Young and Jamie Medicine Crane. Curt comes from the Salteaux Cree from Gordon’s and Cowessess First Nations in Saskatchewan and Jamie is Blackfoot from Kainai & Piikani Nations in Alberta.
    Young Medicine work with people of all ages but primarily they work with the youth.
    9PM ET, 8PM CT, 7PM MT, 6PM PT or join in the chat room @ 213-769-0952
     

  • 00:40

    Norovirus, a food borne pathogen? with Lee-Ann Jaykus

    in Business

    Norovirus, a food borne pathogen? with Lee-Ann Jaykus, Ph.D., Professor, Food Science, North Carolina State University, Raliegh, North Carolina.
    B.S. (1979) Purdue University
    M.S. (1982) Purdue University
    Ph.D. (1993) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Our research activities focus on application of molecular biological methods for the detection of pathogenic microorganisms in foods. Current research projects involve the development of nucleic acid amplification technology for the detection of human enteric viruses (human enteroviruses, hepatitis A virus, Norwalk virus) in shellfish, fresh produce, and ready-to-eat food commodities. Additional research opportunities exist for developing similar methods for the detection of Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella from dairy food products, with specific focuses on bacterial concentration and refining molecular methods to facilitate the real-time detection of foodborne pathogens. Our group is also actively involved in the application of quantitative risk assessment methods for the evaluation of public health risks of foodborne pathogens.
    Agenda:
    1. Dr. Jaykus' introduction.
    2. What is a virus?
    3. What is Norovirus?
    4. Can Norovirus be a food borne pathogen?
    5. What are the detection methodologies?
    6. Can food producers screen prior to shipment?
    7. Dr. Jaykus's research and projects.
    Contact:
    Lee-Ann Jaykus, Ph.D.
    Professor, Food Science
    339-A Schaub Hall
    Raleigh, NC  27695  USA
    Tel. 919-513-2074
    leeann_jaykus@ncsu.edu
    http://ncsu.edu/foodscience/JaykusLab/LeeAnn%20Jaykus%20CV%202007.pdf
     

  • 01:31

    SHOOT ME WITH YOUR INK

    in Sports

    Since man could first gather shellfish and seaweed, he's been chasing squid, and that trend is no more important than today when one of the world's most effective baits may actually get a reprieve occasionally and be safeguarded by crews for the sushi-table or the grill. 
    Draw up a chair and listen to our pros' secrets for catching, keeping, preparing and eating this genius of an animal, the holographic multi-dimensional creature with two hearts and a fondness for jigs and livebaits. From swordfish to yellowtail, and from white seabass to cod, we'll take you down an ink-filled pathway to calamari heaven. Oh, make sure you've had something to eat before you listen, some of the recipes coming your way are downright sizzling !

  • 01:00

    Lynda Mitchell - Kids with Food Allergies

    in Health

    Join host Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino with special guest, Lynda Mitchell.  Lynda is the Founder and CEO of Kids with Food Allergies.
    Lynda Mitchell is the founder and president of the Kids With Food Allergies Foundation (KFA). Lynda knows from personal experiences that parents raising children with food allergies struggle to keep their children healthy and safe.  To help empower and connect other parents of children with food allergies, she first organized the online group Parents of Food Allergic Kids (POFAK) in 1998. In 2005, to help more families, she organized KFA as a national charity focused on day-to-day food allergy education and support for families; its support forums are the preeminent online community for food allergies. She has a master’s degree in health information management and informatics, and lives in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with her husband, a retired naval officer, her son, and her two Labrador Retrievers.

  • 01:01

    Food Allergies Brian Hom Sarah Shannon Paul VonderMeulen

    in Family

    Join Host Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino with guests Brian Hom, Sarah Shannon and Paul VonderMeulen.  Each of these families has lost a child to Anaphylaxis, a life-threatening food allergic reaction.  This show is dedicated to BJ Hom, Emily VonderMeulen and Sabrina Shannon.
    Today, 1 in 13 children has a food allergy.  Please visit http://www.foodallergy.org and http://www.medicalert.org for more information and visit Elizabeth's allergy site at http://www.bestallergylife.com
    Host Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino also has life-threatening food allergies to nuts, peanuts, fish and shellfish and has been resuscitated.

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