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Join Partners in Health talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guest Jakki Wienecke owner of Divine Creations as we discuss more natural products for healthy skin and Jakki's skincare line of natural products. Jakki's skincare line is free of parabens, dyes and harsh chemicals. During the second half of our show, our topic is, "What's the Panic over Trans-fats in our food?" We'll discuss excerpts from the book, Salt, Sugar Fat, How the Food Giants Hooked Us,&
Trans-Dimensional Travel, ascension consciousness, breaking Third Dimensional barriers, crossing over, spirit communication, guest clairvoyant Maria Fix Algeri. Tonight we continue our discussion with Maria on trans-dimensional travel. What is really waiting for us? We welcome guest appearances of the spirits of our great friends Bill Marshall and George Dickson. Bill M. passed away on 4/1/07 and George D. passed away on 6/15/12. Both were regular guests on the L.A.Steel Show.
Trans-Dimensional communications. Friends of Bill or George welcomed to call in.
Industrialized Trans Fats came about because food manufactures didn’t want their food to spoil. They realized that when they made vegetable oils they would spoil quickly from oxidation. The manufactures developed a process to inject hydrogen into these oils to change them from the foods they were into something that would not spoil. An essential principle of health is if it does not spoil, it is not a food. Trans fats are being linked to major illnesses, including be a cause heart disease and autoimmune disease. The F.D.A. has stated that there is no safe level of trans fats in the American diet. A great book on this is Trans Fats: the Hidden Killer in our Food by Judith Shaw. Industrialized trans fats are the worst type of fat and are having a significant impact on our health. Major researchers are linking autoimmune disease (Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Graves disease to name a few) to trans fatty acids. They believe that the trans fats are weakening the lining of our cells (basic structural unit of our body). Inside each cell is a nucleus that contains DNA (the genetic code of our body). When the trans fats weaken the cell lining the DNA from our nucleus leaks out into our bloodstream. When this happens our immune system sees a protein in our blood it must get rid of (just like a virus, or bacteria). If our immune system is continually trying to fight our own DNA, is it surprising that at some point the immune system starts attacking other parts of our body (made with the same DNA)? Auto-immune means your immune system fighting your own body. There may be more factors involved but trans fats have us in the health industry very concerned. Read more... http://www.stevenkaylive.com/article.php?id=70
The Life expectancy for Transfolk specifically Trans women of color is 35.
What are some of the daily struggles like as you grow older in living your authentic self??
Society already makes it hard for us to live as we live our authentic self, what happens as we age and get older??
What happens after you share your truth with everyone and start to grow older in years?? Where is the same community support and advocacy??
What are some of the pressing healthcare needs as the Trans Community grows older?? Its not just about Hormones anymore!...
Can we talk about social security and some of the american "safety nets" that are not viable options for Folks Like Us!! Lets Talk about it!! Joining me to have this discussion is Community Actvisits, Musician, Ballroom known Koko Jones!! This talented percussionist has played and recorded with great artists such as Whitney Houston, The Isley Brothers, Carlos Santana, Reggie Workman, Louie Vega and Luisito Quintero!! Join Us!!!
TransFolk are everywhere!! We are in every field and artistic endeavor and poetry is no different!!
Join us as we Welcome Trans Queer Male of Color Poet JMASE III
JMASE has been raising the political conscienceness for years with J's style of poetry with a revolutionary twist!!
We will discuss JMASE life as a TransQueer person of color as well as J's thoughts on the political systems that continue to oppress our community.
We also would be amiss if we didnt ask this amazing artist of color to spit a few gems ;-)
I begin to believe that there will always be an ongoing argument between good fats and bad fats. How much is too much? And, which ones fit into your "healthy" diet? About Your Host: Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP http://PureAndWhollyLiving.com http://NewLiving.vemma.com http://NewLiving.mybeyondorganic.com
Is there a purpose for fats? Does the body need some fats, or do we discard all the fat from our food intake? What are the myths surrounding fat? Do you know how to interpret the fat on labels? Is fat free really fat free? What about low fat?
Let’s talk about fats. Join Vera Stevens, guest nutritionist and health educator, along with hosts Frank and Blondie Clayton, for a lively and informative discussion on fats. This will be Part 1 of 3.
Join us Wednesday night April, 23 as the co –host, Ina, Michelle and Terry welcome back to the show Griot Monica Roberts and Founder and Executive Director of Black Transmen, Inc., Carter Brown. This week’s show is going to celebrate our Transmen and Transwomen as we gear up to help celebrate the third annual Trans Advocacy Conference. The conference will be held in Texas and will be celebrating Education, Equality, Advocacy, Empowerment, and social change for the transgender community.Quoted from the website: This year’s conference, themed “One Earth. One People. One Love. “Is an affirmation and Home To Our Trans & Gender Non-Conforming Family, Our Friends and Community Allies!Per the Transmen the Website Transmen, Inc.® is the 1st National Non-Profit Organization of African American transmen solely focused on acknowledgment, social advocacy and empowering African American transmen with resources to aid in a healthy female to male transition We affirm and celebrate the beauty, strength and uniqueness of the FTM transgender community. Join Carter and Monica as they discuss the conference, family and equality which make the Trans Community a close family nucleus and strong than most think. From Black Transmen Inc., Website- Motto: "Become The Change You Want To See In The World" Gender, racial, ethnic, sexual, religion, and class identities are all socially constructed, in that it only reflect the meanings society gives it. It is defined by culture, a construction that culture is free to change when it desires. This is the very thing that divides us. The meanings that society enforces with these identities are divisive, destructive and counterproductive. "Become the change you want to see in the world"
So many are afraid to eat fat. There is so much controversy and confusion over the role fat plays in one’s health, and especially heart health. As a result, many avoid fats all together. Together with our guest, Sylvia Klinger, RDN (Hispanic Nutrition) and food consultant, co-host Stacey Antine, RDN (HealthBarn USA) author of Appetite for Life, we will walk through the good fats and explain why and how we all need to eat it to develop and maintain a strong, functional cardiovascular system. Get excited about enjoying foods, such as avocados and almonds as we share irresistible heart healthy recipes your whole family will love!
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Janet Mock, author of Redefining Realness, interviewed on CNN, The Colbert Report, and featured on HuffPost Live, speaks out - in raw, honest, and moving terms - for all women to better understand how their identity affects them.
CONNECT with Marlise and discover how this stunningly beautiful trans woman is revolutionizing the way people think about and treat each other in the 21st century. Her unwavering conviction and ability to brave the difficult situations she is constantly placed in will inspire you to have greater courage in your own life.
In this powerful interview Marlise discusses with Janet her vital insights about identity, poverty, sexual abuse, and self love — and how they are within our power to change.
After publicly proclaiming her identity as a trans woman in a 2011 profile in Marie Clairemagazine, Janet Mock focused her efforts on speaking about the struggles, triumphs and portrayals of girls and women like herself. In 2012, she launched #GirlsLikeUs, a movement that encourages trans women to live visibly.
Janet is the New York Times bestselling author of Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More, in which she discusses living at the intersections of identities. With unflinching honesty, Mock uses her own experience to highlight the unique challenges and vulnerabilities of trans youth and women everywhere.
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