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  • 01:01

    Chef Shac LIVE with HOST Shacafrica Simmons

    in Motivation

    Chef Shac LIVE with HOST Shacafrica Simmons


    Chef Shac Live  #7


    10-10:02 Chef Shac Intro:


    Welcome to Chef Shac Live I am your host Chef Shac on the Never Had It So Good Entertainment Network.


    Intro of show Topic “ Live Strategically”


    10:03-10:20. Bishop Alvin Stewart #1995


     10:21-10:22 – short Commercial Break -(1 min)


    10:23-10:23 – Return to show, Welcome back


    ??10:24-10:27– Taking Callers – we may not take any callers he has to leave the interview early


    10:28-10:29 – Commercial Break (1 min)


    10:29– Return from break


    10:29-10:35– Artist Spotlight-  Lashondra Rynea Streeter. #1129


    10:35-10:38 – Artist music


    10:38-10:40- Really Moment (Now let that marinate)


    10:40-10:41a Commercial Break (1 mins)


    10:42-10:50 Amandla Shabaka Haynes # 0107


    10:50 –10:51 Taking Callers


    10:51-10:53 Fresh Ingredient of the week- Cranberries


    10:53 Commercial (2 min)


    10:55-10:57 –  thank guest recap show remarks


    10:57-11:00 – Sign Off-  Good morning outro


     

  • 01:01

    Survival Medicine Hour: Rodents and health, medical supplies, cranberries

    in Health

    In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy of www.doomandbloom.net discuss the health benefits of cranberries, Dr. Bones talks about the medical issues related to rats and mice in good times or bad, and Nurse Amy continues her series on medical supplies! 

  • 00:38

    Late Nite Cable

    in Entertainment

    In 2011, Pete met French singer Séverine Casati who was also battling with the day-to-day monotony of a full-time job rather than fulfilling her love of music. Pete remembered promising Séverine that if, one day, he formally embarked on a music career, she would be the first person he would call to sing in his band. As chance would have it, three years later she indeed was the first person he contacted with regard to his new music project – Late Nite Cable.


    Séverine Casati, who was born in Westfield, NJ, moved with her family back to France at the age of five. She was raised near Versailles, a suburb of Paris, where she began singing and expressing her love for music at the age of seven when she began piano lessons. Seduced by African-American music, Séverine's first inspiration was Louis Armstrong.


    She studied classical music and jazz for 12 years in a conservatory of music where she also performed as a soloist beginning at age 10. Her influences are Portishead, The Cranberries, Radiohead, Muse, Nina Simone, Ben Harper, Jeff Buckley, Sting, Dido, Sixto Rodriguez, Amy Winehouse and Eddie Vedder.


    After living in Mexico and Montreal where she continued singing in a number of folk and pop bands, Séverine finally settled down in New York City in 2011, which had been her dream venue since she was very young. As the founding members of Late Nite Cable, Pete and Séverine, along with their live band, plan to make a big splash in the synth pop and electronic pop market.


    Equipped with an EP that will be released in September 2015 and with a few additional singles to be released soon thereafter, they plan to continue releasing a significant amount of content throughout the rest of 2015 and 2016.

  • 01:00

    CRANBERRY JUICE MAY DO MORE THAN KIDNEY ISSUES

    in Nutrition

    WHAT IS CARDIO METABOLIC RISK?? WE WILL DISCUSS THAT ISSUE AND HOW A SIMPLE FRUIT CALLED CRANBERRIES CAN REALLY HELP. WE WILL REVIEW THE STORIES OF THE WEEK AND MOVE ON TO A DISCUSSION WITH DEB ROBERTSON, OUR NURSE IN WEXFORD AND INFO ON THE UPCOMING HEALTH FAIR FOR WOMEN

  • 01:04

    Rodent Issues, Cranberries, and Medical Supplies!

    in Education

    Survival Medicine w/ Bones & Amy


    on American Preppers Radio!


    Sundays 7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt


    Live Listen and Chat go to:


    http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy of www.doomandbloom.net discuss the health benefits of cranberries, Dr. Bones talks about the medical issues related to rats and mice in good times or bad, and Nurse Amy continues her series on medical supplies! 


    Tags: Doom and Bloom, Alternative Medicine, Prepare, Self Reliance, Prepper Broadcasting Network, Medical Supplies

  • 02:00

    Writer's Block 10am PST - Radio Drama "The Silent Affliction" 11am PST

    in Culture

    Writer's Block - 12pm to 1pm (Original Air Time)


    For our second episode of the season, host Tim Pylypiuk along with co-host Bob Delaney take things down a notch and examine writing as a valuable tool for self-advocacy and personal development.  Discussion also includes how other artists insert layers of themselves into their stories as a way of lending a voice to those without one.


     


    Radio Drama - 1pm to 2pm "The Silent Affliction" (Original Air Time)


    In this special 5th episode of the season, Tim Pylypiuk, Erik Estabrook, Bob Delaney, Maria Illiou, and Jacynthe Geschke join forces to bring you a performance of "The Silent Affliction", Tim's first play he wrote in high school.  Be enthralled by the semi-autobiographical splendor of how he saw things as a young man during high school.  With music by Pink Floyd, The Doors, and The Cranberries.

  • 01:01

    Healthy You And I:Minerals in food and Minerals in Aromatherapy

    in Music

    Minerals in food and Minerals in Aromatherapy. A list of minerals in foods may not necessarily include all of the minerals needed for health and wellness. A List of Minerals in Foods Macro Minerals Calcium - Spinach may possibly be the best single source of calcium. There are at 26 documented food sources of calcium. Some of the 26 sources are green leafy vegetables, blackstrap molasses, summer squash, green beans, oranges, asparagus, and cabbage.Chloride– Sea salt, table salt, salt substitutes Magnesium – Green vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds and whole grains Phosphorus – Milk products— especially raw milk products— red meat, seafood, sunflower seeds, peanuts and whole grains.Sodium – Pork products, clams, milk, green beans, butterSulfur – Kale, cabbage, cauliflower, horseradish, cranberries, red meats, fish, eggs, garlic and onions Trace Minerals Iron – Soybeans, lentils, spinach, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, red meat and kidney beans Zinc – Beef liver, poultry and seafood Manganese – Pineapple, brown rice, garbanzo beans, spinach, rye, soybeans, oats, cloves and spelt Copper – Beef liver, tree nuts, sesame seeds, soybeans, legumes and whole grains Molybdenum – Red meats, whole grains, legumes, sunflower seeds, and dark green leafy vegetables Iodine – Fish, seafood, sea vegetables such as kelp Chromium – Corn oil, cloves, whole grains, red meat and brewer’s yeast Selenium – Whole grains, red meat, poultry, fish

  • 02:00

    Writer's Block "Advocacy" 3pm - Radio Drama "The Silent Affliction" - 4pm PST

    in Entertainment

    Writer's Block - 3pm to 4pm


    Tim Pylypiuk and Bob Delaney take things down a notch and examine writing as a valuable tool for self-advocacy and personal development.  Discussion also includes how other artists insert layers of themselves into their stories as a way of lending a voice to those without one.


     


    Radio Drama - 4pm to 5pm "The Silent Affliction"


     


    Synopsis:  An autistic teenage boy recounts distinctive memories from elementary all the way to his present days in high school that affected his outlook on life as he discovers the meaning behind what he went through and makes peace with the resulting internal conflicts.


    Rated PG-13:  Course Language


    Written By:  Tim Pylypiuk (1993)


    Adapted By:  Tim Pylypiuk (2011)


    Performed By:  Bob Delaney, Maria Illiou, Erik Estabrook, Jacynthe Geschke, and Tim Pylypiuk


    Music By:  Pink Floyd, The Doors, The Cranberries


     

  • 00:47

    Hearing Loss Not Just for Over 50 Crowd Anymore

    in Politics Progressive

    Dr. Charlotte Yeh is the Chief Medical Officer for AARP Services, Inc., the wholly-owned taxable subsidiary of AARP. Dr. Yeh has more than 30 years experience in healthcare.  Passionate about connecting underserved communities to better health care while addressing the cultural values of the many diverse members AARP serves, Dr. Yeh is pleased to represent AARP Services, Inc. on a number of important councils, committees and boards, including the American Hospital Association’s Special Advisory Group on Improving Minority Care. She also sits on the Board of Directors of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation and the Health Research and Education Trust.


    Dr. Yeh has received numerous awards and honors for her efforts on behalf of patients. In June 2010, she was the recipient of the 2010 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award. In 2009, she was awarded the Rx for Excellence Award by the Massachusetts Medical Law Review for promoting safety, quality and risk management in health care. Dr. Yeh received the 2006 President’s Award from the Metropolitan Boston Emergency Services Council and was awarded the Secretary’s Award for Distinguished Service from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 2004. In 2003, she received Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians’ Pinnacle Award. Dr. Yeh accepted the John Mills Award for Outstanding Contributions to Emergency Medicine and in 1999 and in 1995 received the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Public Service Award for her strong advocacy on access to emergency services.


    Dr. Yeh received a bachelor's degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and her medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. She completed her internship in General Surgery at the University of Washington at Seattle and her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of California at Los Angeles.

  • 01:52

    Writer's Block "Advocacy" 10am PST/Radio Drama "The Silent Affliction" 11am PST

    in Culture

    Originally Broadcast February 4th, 2014


     


    Writer's Block "Advocacy In Writing"- 3pm to 4pm


    Host Tim Pylypiuk along with co-host Bob Delaney take things down a notch and examine writing as a valuable tool for self-advocacy and personal development.  Discussion also includes how other artists insert layers of themselves into their stories as a way of lending a voice to those without one.


     


    Radio Drama - 5pm to 6pm "The Silent Affliction"


    Synopsis:  An autistic teenager re-calls five periods in his life where he was misunderstood, stepped on, and lonely via Five Objects in "The Memory Room"; his mind's central hub.


    Originally Written in 1993 by:  Tim Pylypiuk


    Adapted By:  Tim Pylypiuk


    Starring:  Bob Delaney, Tim Pylypiuk, Erik Estrabrook, Jacynth Geschke, and Maria Illiou


    Music By:  Pink Floyd, The Doors, and The Cranberries.

  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell & Richard Neal Discuss Recipes and Antioxidants and Food

    in Fitness

    USDA scientists analyzed antioxidant levels in more than 100 different foods, including fruits and vegetables. Each food was measured for antioxidant concentration as well as antioxidant capacity per serving size. Cranberries, blueberries, and blackberries ranked highest among the fruits studied. Beans, artichokes, and Russet potatoes were tops among the vegetables. Pecans, walnuts, and hazelnuts ranked highest in the nut category.


    USDA chemist Ronald L. Prior says the total antioxidant capacity of the foods does not necessarily reflect their health benefit. Benefits depend on how the food's antioxidants are absorbed and utilized in the body. Still, this chart should help consumers trying to add more antioxidants to their daily diet.


    How Antioxidants Help Prevent Oxidation


    As oxygen interacts with cells of any type - an apple slice or, in your body, the cells lining your lungs or in a cut on your skin -- oxidation occurs. This produces some type of change in those cells. They may die, such as with rotting fruit. In the case of cut skin, dead cells are replaced in time by fresh, new cells, resulting in a healed cut.


    This birth and death of cells in the body goes on continuously, 24 hours a day. It is a process that is necessary to keep the body healthy. "Oxidation is a very natural process that happens during normal cellular functions," researcher Jeffrey Blumberg, PhD, professor of nutrition at Tufts University in Boston, tells WebMD.


    Yet there is a downside. "While the body metabolizes oxygen very efficiently, 1% or 2% of cells will get damaged in the process and turn into free radicals," he says.