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If your diet is making you feel bad or sick all the time, it's time to make some changes. For some that may mean eating meat again. Join Alexandra Jamieson and I as we discuss moving from vegetarian to omnivore and how to get support from your loved ones when making the changes.
Today we will be talking about:
Moving from being a vegetarian/vegan to becoming an omnivore
Health benefits of being a vegetarian and an omnivore
How do you choose your diet/protocol/approach to eating?
How to get support from your loved ones?
How to deal with critics and "naysayers"
Alexandra Jamieson CHHC, AADP, is a best-selling author, holistic nutrition and lifestyle coach, detox expert, professionally trained healthy gourmet chef, and “cravings whisperer.” She has been seen on Oprah, Martha Stewart Living, CNN, Fox News, USA Today and People Magazine. Alex was the co-star and co-creator of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me and the The Great American Detox Diet and offers remarkably sane – and tasty – advice on how to detox, live healthfully and feel fantastic. Her books Vegan Living For Dummies, and Vegan Cooking For Dummies offer plant-based advice to anyone who wants to eat healthier. Her forthcoming book Women, Food & Desire will be published January, 2015. She lives in Brooklyn where she juggles, somewhat gracefully, raising her 7 year old son, running her company AlexandraJamieson.com, and riding her bicycle to the food co-op.
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Acts 10 recounts of Peter:
Then he became very hungry and wanted to eat; but while they made ready, he fell into a trance and saw heaven opened and an object like a great sheet bound at the four corners, descending to him and let down to the earth. In it were all kinds of four-footed animals of the earth, wild beasts, creeping things, and birds of the air. And a voice came to him, “Rise, Peter; kill and eat.”
This was God’s permission for us to go ahead and eat anything we want, right? NO IT WASN’T! (Peter was talking about men, and not about eating them either.)
God gives men choices within His expressed will, and part off that is eating within specific guidelines.
Do you want to be healthy? The question today is: “To eat or not to eat?” What is a “normal and healthy” diet? According to God? According to man? According to anatomy and physiology? It is time to drop the religion about food! That’s right, don’t get religious; but do get spiritual!
We know...you got born again and gave up your immorality, gambling, and foul speech, but don’t mess with your pork chops! Right?! Can you eat what the Bible calls an “abomination” and still go to heaven? Yes, and you’ll probably get there sooner!
Today on Biblical Health TV Radio & Video LiveStream, we are messing with your food, man! Please don’t bite the messenger, because time has come for us to all be “Ethical Omnivores”!
Let God redeem your food! YOU can do this!
The Sports Omnivore podcast returns in a new weekly format, designed to challenge conventional wisdom and dig deeper into the latest news from the world of athletics. This week, journalist and broadcaster Matt Gajtka takes a look at the morality of performance enhancing drugs, which are now being used by folks in many walks of life to get the edge on the competition. Also, a recent controversy surrounding a transsexual college athlete reveals the battle for equal rights in sports isn't as settled as we may think. Later, Matt takes the hockey media to task for allowing emotion to cloud their reporting of the NHL lockout, plus he takes a look at fascinating Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall and how the Pirates need to get aggressively creative in trying to take the next step. There is nothing out of bounds on the Sports Omnivore; feel free to join the conversation!
After another month long break, we are back! In this week's episode we will have a very detailed conversation about the differences between natural and enhanced bodybuilding. We will also talk about WHY I became a vegetarian and how it's a COMPLETE MYTH that you need meat in order to be a bodybuilder. As usual, be prepared to have your PERSPECTIVE CHANGED!
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The simple act of eating has been turned into a hipster foodie contest and it’s time to set the record straight. There is more than one food plan that allows for health. What’s on the end of your fork is a key to preventing disease, looking and feeling your best, and enjoying life but it has to suit your biochemistry. That said there are 4 things we must include daily no matter what we decide is right for us; omnivore, herbivore, breathavore. Kidding about that last one.http://midlifewithavengeance.com with Gregory Anne Cox
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Are you a meat eater? I was for 54 years. On January 1, 2012 I got a clear meassage from the Universe that I was to stop eating animals. For me this was an ethical choice, one about animal cruelty in the way food animals are raised and killed in the U.S. Being a vegetarian can be a lot more complicated than being an omnivore. It's sometimes difficult to get the right nutrition, and eating out can produce some pretty interesting meal combinations!
Join me and my guest nutritional consultant Michelle Bond as we explore some of the questions:
-- Why might you consider becoming a vegetarian?
-- Vegetarian or vegan?
-- Okay, I'm a vegetarian, how do I make sure I get what I need nutritionally - and flavor / satisfaction-wise?
More about Michelle:
Michelle Bond is a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, Nutritional Consultant, Yogini and Meditation Teacher. Using complementary and alternative medicine modalities, she teaches you how to feel great. Working with you alone or with your health care provider she develops a customized nutritional and lifestyle program to help you reach your health goals. Whether you are healthy or health challenged, Michelle can help you. She has made it her mission to offer people choices when it comes to their health care needs.
WE'VE ALL HEARD THE SAYING "LET YOUR FOOD BE YOUR MEDICINE." IN TODAY'S TIMES THE QUESTION BECOMES "WHAT IS REAL FOOD?" "WHAT ARE THE ILL EFFECTS OF G.M.O.s ON THE HUMAN BODY. "WHAT IS A CARNIVORE, VEGETARIAN, VEGAN, FRUITARIAN, LIQUIDARIAN, BREATHARIAN AND / OR OMNIVORE?" "WHICH CATEGORY DO YOU FALL IN?"
Join us for a very exciting show with guests Robyn O'Brien, author of "The Unhealthy Truth"; and Joel Salatin, author, speaker and infamous organic farmer whose farm was featured in Michael Pollan's NYT bestseller "Omnivore's Dilemma" and the award-winning documentary, Food Inc. Cynthia looks for answers as to how the Monsanto amendment and surprising legislative changes in D.C. may impact the U.S. food supply and quite possibly the economy. Tune in Tuesday May 14, 2013 at 11:30a.m. CST for this informative show. You won't look at your food the same. Like us on Facebook for a chance to win a free autographed copy of Joel and Robyn's latest books.
Did you know that there is research that has documented what foods and more importantly what "style" of food preparations have kept populations of peoples from all over the world, healthy for generations? This research continues... You don't know about it?
Chef Cathy Hohmeyer introduces you to the research which covers the world and shows 12 common food relationships in healthy populations. This info goes beyond fads and beyond whether you are vegetarian, vegan or an omnivore.
While lifestyle and many other factors can be a part of healthy living, this focuses on the food preparations; from the Swiss Alps to the Alaska, from Africa to Australia. Learn how to take a look at how we make bread, prepare our grains and more... Many times, these are easy preparations that you can flow into the foods that you already eat - we just have to re-learn how to make them better.
Go to http://www.westonaprice.org/traditional-diets/ancient-dietary-wisdom to read more about the man and his research.
A group meets here in the Adirondacks once a month to contunue learning and sharing good foods. There may be a chapter of the "Foods, Farms and Healing Arts" foundation (WAPF) near you. search your area at www.westonaprice.org
Lawyer, Financial reporter for RBC TV and Founder of Money, You and Life Anna Timone will discuss Money and Divorce today.. Follow Anna on Twitter @AnnaTimone.
Our second guest will be journalist Craig Palmer of The Culture Omnivore. Craig will be sharing his journey as a journalist. Follow on twitter @CraigCPalmer.
You can follow the show on Twitter @MattersofToday and our host @Emmalish, Producer @Roadrunnertalen
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Interested in being a guest of the show contact Kathy@RoadrunnerTalent.com
Bill McMillan is the Co-founder of the Worchester Poetry Slam & Worchester Poets’ Asylum. He is featured in the documentary film SlamNation & was a member of the 1996 National Poetry Slam Championship Team from Providence. Bill Co-Hosted the 2005 Individual World Poetry Slam Championships in Worcester & the 2000 National Poetry Slam in Providence. His work has appeared in numerous publications including The Boston Globe, The Providence Journal, Worcester Magazine, The Worcester Review & Omnivore Magazine. He teaches workshops on performance poetry. Bill has featured at colleges, coffeehouses, festivals, clubs, and a truck stop. In his day job Bill works with untraceable weaponry. He lives & works in Worchester, MA.
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