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In this show you’ll learn:
The importance of hydration.
How to take in the proper quantity of water.
How the quality of water is as important as the quantity.
Dehydration can manifest in a myriad of diseases and symptoms. Most of us are dehydrated and we don’t even realize it. Dehydration triggers mechanisms by which such things as asthma, allergies, heartburn, fatigue, hypertension and many others illnesses occur. Water is vital to your survival. Without sufficient water intake, your entire body slows down, and healing and repair become sluggish.
Join Dr. Ritamarie as she discusses hydration. It is such an important topic for health, that Dr. Ritamarie devotes an entire module to it in her Energy Recharge Inner Circle.
To discover how your health and life can be forever changed, become part of Dr. Ritamarie’s inner circle, and get personally guided by Dr. Ritamarie and one of her personally trained functional nutrition coaches. They’ll look at your labs, your habits, and your health history, and work with you to create and implement your very own personalized road map to vibrant health and recharged energy. This is a small intimate group. Watch the video and see the success stories HERE.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources that will give you cutting-edge science combined with the best of natural health wisdom to help you discover unprecedented vitality.
People who love Florida's beaches and springs are sounding the alarm because the state's water resources need much more TLC than they are getting. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Ruth and John Scott of the Clean Water Initiative of FLorida (CWIFL) to the show on Tuesday, May 27 at 11 a.m. ET to talk about protecting and restoring the state's waterways.
CWIFL is a water advocacy group created to help educate the public, raise awareness and effect critical policy related to Florida's waters. We will discuss topics at the forefront of CWIFL's current advocacy efforts including Lake Okeechobee, springs in distress, and oil drilling and acid fracking in and around Florida's Everglades, Panther Refuge and Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
In addition to getting up-to-date information on these concerns, listeners who tune in to the show will learn how to get involved at a grass-roots level to help bring about meaningful change. For more information go to CWIFL on Facebook or twitter.
Today is World Toilet Day! While it may sound strange, over 2.5 billion people world wide lack the proper sanitation and clean water necessary to stay healthy. These numbers affect women and children the most, and go well beyond the boarders of developing countries; this is a problem right here in the USA as well. Lack of proper sanitation can lead to deadly cases of diarrhea and unclean water can lead to a multitude of health issues. Today we are going to talk about the problem, the risks that women face, and what we each can do to help fix it.
Plus the latest in world/women in the news and the War On Women.
Join as CEO Leon Mclaughin shares is passion for taking celan water to children around the world. Starting from a Shoe shine stand in Seattle to Bulivia,Ghana,Peru and now to Equador. teaming up with Starbucks,Lever Bros and world Vision to make a difference.
Mead Mier, Senior Watershed Planner,
Pima Assoc. of Governments (PAG)
Mead knows a great deal about lots of things that matter. First, she'll highlight household hazardous waste and what we can do about it to make a difference in our own homes. Then, she'll invite you to gather family members, friends, your local Rotary Club or fellow employees and become involved in the Adopt-a-Wash program to help clean up our city and county. And last, but certainly not least, Mead will share with us the utterly awesome and recently released Clean Water Starts with Me! watershed pocket guide. As citizens of eastern Pima County, we need to understand the watershed and be aware of how we can all prevent storm water pollution. Want to know more before the show? Check out Clean Water's Facebook page. This show sponsored by Pima Association of Governments.
Will 8-glasses of water a day really get you clear skin and healthy kidneys? What's the best water strategy for athletes and nursing mothers? Does alkaline water REALLY give you an edge? Dial 347-850-8486 at 8p ET on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 to get the answers to these questions and more on our LISTENER'S CHOICE episode.
Root Cause Radio gladly welcomes back therapeutic scientist, professor, author, and the founder of Symptometry - Dr. Maxwell Nartey.
Dr. Nartey is a licensed symptometrist, the author of over 22 books, and - through Symptometry - has cured countless chronic and exotic health issues.
Tonight's expert health panel will also feature Elizabeth Wanek, MD, LSym and Dr. Charlie Abbott, OMD, LAc, LSym & Director of Administration at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMTPOMETRY - first training institution producing therapeutic scientists in root cause therapeuticsTM.
Root Cause Radio - Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health
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Charlotte View Internet Radio is proud to support Clean Drops, with an interview about this organization that provides clean water to countries around the world. Please welcome, Naqash Hasan Choudhery. a UNCC College student with a big heart and solid determination.
Clean Drops has a simple mission: to give more people in the world clean water to drink. While this is a trivial quest in a developed country, without governmental support or social infrastructure, it can be incredibly difficult. Clean Drops aims to help communities develop sustainable, ecological, simple, easy-to-maintain systems to get clean drinking water to everyone who needs it.
Water is one of the most essential elements needed for us to survive. For a majority of us we just have to turn on the faucet to quench our thirst, take a warm shower, wash our clothes, or flush the toilet. We fail to even think how fortunate we are to be able to enjoy this luxury. However for many people around the world it isn't as easy as turning on the faucet.
Around the world close to a billion people lack access to clean water for them their way of gaining clean water consists of many long tiring walks and carrying the water back, or for some they just have to use whatever water they can find. Water is one of the three basic necessities of life.
Naqash Choudhery: http://www.cleandrops.org/
Special guests Monica Patrick Lewis, We the People of Detroit and the Detroit Water Brigade and Ben Zion Ptashnik
Monica Lewis Patrick is a mother, organizer, educator, entrepreneur, activist, mentor and motivational speaker. She is the founder of We the People of Detroit and is actively engaged in almost every struggle on behalf of Detroit’s residents. As a former Legislative Policy Analyst for Detroit City Council, under the mentorship of former City Councilwoman Honorable Joann Watson, Monica has authored legislation, conducted research and delivered consulting services to hundreds of city residents. She has organized numerous rallies, hosting notables such as Dr. Angela Davis, Dr. Maulana Karenga, and Dr. Claude Anderson and was the lead organizer of the largest rally in Detroit against the Emergency Manager Law, chaired by the Honorable John Conyers and the Honorable Joann Watson. Monica is a grassroots leader who stands firm in voice and deed when it comes to maintaining and protecting the quality of life and integrity for all Detroiters and is currently one of the leaders at the forefront of the water struggles in Detroit.
Ben Ptashnik is a lifelong activist, former state senator and chief sponsor of Vermont's groundbreaking campaign finance reform: The VT Clean Elections Act. He is the National Elections Integrity Coaition National Coordinator.
Four advocacy groups—Detroit People’s Water Board, the Blue Planet Project, Food & Water Watch, and the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization—submitted to the United Nations . UN experts condemned DWSD, noting, “Disconnection of water services because of failure to pay due to lack of means constitutes a violation of the human right to water and other international human rights.”
winter freeze finally began to thaw, Detroit Water and Sewerage Department that it would resume shutting off water to delinquent customers, at a rate of 1,500 to 3,000 per week. As a result, some 40 percent of DWSD customers will lose their water supply by the end of the summer; 70,000 of these customers are residential, which means that 200,000 to 300,000 Detroiters could be directly affected. The Nation Katrina vanden Heuvel
This Saturday, Critical Discourse is pleased to once again, bring to the table, Clint Hinson, scientist, researcher and creator of Vitale, Life-Structured Water.
He’s been on before, and has literally changed the way I’ve seen water and its vital role in health preservation and enhancement.
I cannot emphasize how important the subject is, as all of our lives, we’ve missed a critical aspect of how not properly hydrating, has been responsible for diabetes and high blood-pressure.
Indeed, “My people suffer for lack of knowledge”.
Though we are winding down the Month of Ramadan, we also want to discuss some of the foods we can eat, to maximize the nutritive aspect of sa’um (fasting).
So tune in to participate; ask questions, comment and contribute in this important effort in the healing and re-pair-a-tion of our people.
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