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Herbalist Cynthia Johnston chats with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about herbs for a healthy heart, such as Hawthorn Berries and Motherwort. Cynthia is the owner of MoonMaid Botanicals in the Smoky Mountain region of Tennessee. MoonMaid Botanicals is dedicated to providing high quality herbal remedies that are safe for people and safe for our planet. Watch for her article on Herbs for the Heart in the upcoming April issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
Anti-Aging confirmed above and beyond calorie restriction. What if you could enhance the effects...of course you can!
Plus what does ol' Mr Rosner think about aging and is it consistent with a genius way of thinkin'?
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Do you know what foods stimulate your body? Do you know what foods calm your body? Michelle and Lauren will have a discussion on Calming and de-Stressing Foods. We all are moving really fast these days and can't seem to grab a hold of quiet. Maybe the foods that are being ingested have something to do with it. Here is the list..
Oats. Come join us and we will leave the mic open.
Milling About visits the Urban Wine Trail in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone. Our first stop is Cottonwood Canyon (www.cottonwoodcanyon.com) hosted by Randy. Known for their Pinot Noir, it's the first winery in Santa Barbara county to be put in caves; 6,000 square feet to keep the temperature and humidity constant for fine wines. They also have a European style 2001 Pinot with hints of earthy peat moss, mushroom truffle, caramel smoke and then the berries (in that order). Randy says their 'slap upside the head' perfect prime rib Syrah has red licorice and plum flavors. And their dessert Syrah comes with instructions to go perfectly with chocolate.
Our next stop is the Santa Barbara Winery (www.sbwinery.com) hosted by Shai. It's the oldest winery in the Funk Zone. Their white wine is produced on the premises and their reds are done at Lafond vineyards in the Santa Rita hills. Their Pinot Gris has aromatics of granny smith apple and green pear; Shai recommends it as a cocktail wine. Their Reislings have different levels of sweetness to the amount of alcohol; the less sugar goes well with spicy thai and the sweeter wine is described as a cheesecake dessert.
Our last stop is Riverbench Winery (www.riverbench.com) known for their sparkling wines; hosted by Cassie. Their Blanc de Blanc has notes of apple, kiwi and a toastiness that is attributed to an unfortunate fire but lends itself to a delicious smokey flavor. Check out their Valentine's Day mixer with a never before tasted Pinot and game night where you can taste wine and challenge yourself to Twister!
Physical Bankruptcy and Heart Attack to Full Recovery
Laurence Smith B.A. C.N.H.C is a natural health educator who found wellness after suffering two major heart attacks. After overcoming his own health crisis, he has become a professional herbalist and National Speaker.
Laurence states, “In December of 1984 I , was under an amazing amount of stress. The IRS was going to sell our home on January 1st and I was fighting for our lives. At 38 years old on December 9th I suffered a major heart attack. I was 50 pounds overweight and not doing anything to take care of myself. I was just trying to survive. That was 30 years ago. I am now 68 years young and healthy and happy. Join me for more of what happened and how I turned my life around.”
Join Radio Host DNM Kathy Deane with ‘Health is Wealth – Taking Action For Your Health,’ live April 4th. 9 AM to 10 AM. The last 20 minutes of the broadcast will be a Question and Answer period with Laurence. Cal in Id number 547 383 1168
This program is for health education only - always consult with a qualified practitioner before embarking on any program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen to our podcast LIVE: http://tobtr.com/s/7283289. Every 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2:00 pm, AGRI-TALK features different topics on agriculture. This month Charissa McGlothin will be the featured guest, The Ohio State University South Centers, Program Assistant on January 21, 2015 at 2:00. Discussion will surround many different agricultural programs that assist the Farming Community.
Join Chef Egger from TheSoCalChef.com and Brian Douglas of Rincon Berries. Rincon Fresh is the largest grower of berries in California; in particular Strawberries, Blackberries and Raspberries. From the past to the future of berry growing, find out what it takes to these fruits to your table. From employing nearly 16,000 during the height of the season Rincon Fresh has evolved as the premeire producer of fresh berries. Also, Brian Douglas will give his expert advise on choosing the best berries and how to properly store them. Plus, Chef Gerald Egger will share his favorite recipes for all things berries.
Go to TheSoCalChef.com or RinconFresh.com for update information
NWP welcomes besting selling author Karen Page stops by!
Karen is a two-time James Beard Award-winning author whose books include The Flavor Bible, which was named one of the year's best cookbooks on both Today and Good Morning America, one of the 100 best cookbooks of the last 25 years by Cooking Light and one of the 10 best cookbooks in the world of the past century by Forbes. Karen is a former Washingt Post wine columnist and also the author of What to Drink with What You Eat, which was named the IACP Cookbook of the Year and Georges Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year.
Karen Page's new "The Vegetarian Flavor Bible" doesn't have traditional recipes, but offers a guide to flavor combinations, helping home cooks plug into their own creativity and intuition and was named one of the Top 10 cookbooks of 2014. The heart of THE VEGETARIAN FLAVOR BIBLE is its A-to-Z guide to the herbs, spices, and other seasonings that best enhance the flavor of hundreds of ingredients, from acai to zucchini blossoms. https://www.facebook.com/KarenAndAndrew
Visit us at sasquatchchronicles.com! Tonight we speak to a listener who grew up on a farm. Over several weeks he noticed animals that either came up missing or had their necks broke. The family had no idea what was killing their animals until one day he came across a Sasquatch while he was pickng berries. The encounter changed his life.
Stress from daily living produces free radicals which can lead to health challenges.
In this episode Dr Budweiser, founder and owner of Weiser Living, will be discussing the topic of antioxidants. He will cover questions such as:
How antioxidants protect the cell and keep you healthy?
What are antioxidants and why are they important?
What food sources are high in antioxidants?
Antioxidants & supplements. What to look for?
When should they be taken?
Who needs antioxidants?
So join Dr Budweiser this coming Saturday morning for an information packed half hour!
In the meantime, check out his blog at www.weiserliving.com
Holistic healing simply means that you must nourish, detox, rest, and meditate in order for the human body to live. Eating processed, fast foods, fried & overcooked foods, devitalized starches, sugar & excessive amounts of salt, your colon cannot possibly survive efficiently. Consuming foods high in fiber with life-giving properties such as: cooked beans, dates, figs, whole grains, apples, bananas, black berries, blue berries, cherries, brussel sprouts, carrots, grapefruits and salads that have green leafy vegetables are a great source of fiber enriched nutrients.
Let's talk about carbohydrates one of the major foods that are destroying the human body. These foods may include, but or not limited to: breads, bagels, rice, pasta, potatoe, ice cream, chocolate, pie, cookies, crackers, cake, danish, fruit, fruit juice, potatoe chips, pretzels, & popcorn. I think using moderation and portion sizes are of great significance for those seeking more of a transitional diet which will be covered in an upcoming show.
Foods we often crave, or find oursleves addicted have been mentioned above. Now let's name some that are beneficial to our health tune into the show and find out what they are.