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The Summer is here, and if you must buy certain things now is the best time to do it. The summer offer a lot of great deals on certain items that you waited all winter to buy. Also eating on the cheap. If you have Summer deals or eating cheap stories share them with us the day of the show by either calling in or visit our chat room. See you there.
Hey Family How are you? Today we are talking about ways that we can market your business on the cheap. It's already stressful enough runiing a business. But to think about ways to market it even adds on more stress and let's not forgetthe money that we might need just to get the word out. Well today we are talking about ways that we can market your business on the cheap. If you have inexpensive marketing Ideas then share them with us on the day of the show or e mail me at email@example.com
We are what we eat! How many times have we heard that? But do we really believe it? Will that delicious pound cake become part of your hips? Will that sirloin steak become part of your feet? We are on a crash course with our health in the US and so much of what ails us can be averted by making healthier food choices. Children and teens are experiencing the effects of this crash course in much the same way as adults. Dr. Imani Ma'at, the segment's regular host and Author of Healthy Haiku 3: How to Fight Childhood Obesity One Poem at a Time, will be interviewed by Guest Host Ms. Martha Dowdell.
Ms. Martha Dowdell is a health and nutrition enthusiast with more than 40 years experience in research, experimentation, and lifestyle strategy techniques that lead to achieving optimum health. Her passions are etiquette training, health and nutrition education and motivation so that people will be inspired to make healthy lifestyle choices.
The segment will focus on the growing health epidemic in our communities. Dr. Ma'at will also discuss her new book: Healthy Haiku 3: How to Fight Childhood Obesity One Poem at a Time. This book is packed with important topics about childhood and teen obesity such as: obesity as a precursor to diabetes, high blood pressure, compromised immune system, depession, and social isolation; the importance of alkalizine foods and water in our diet and the importance of enzymes. There is also a great appendix section with information such as a handy chart of akaline foods, icebreakers, role play activties and more! On sale this week only on Amazon Kindle for only $1.99!
8p ET/7p CT Wednesday, February 10, 2016: Dial 347-850-8486 to discover natural & scientific ways to reduce the risk of birth defects and maintain good reproductive health. Reproductive health affects everyone and many people struggle with infertility while many more try to manage the challenges of birth defects.
Root Cause Radio rebroadcasts the interviews with Symptometry Health Coach, Janan Derso and the founder of Symptometry, Dr. Maxwell Nartey on February 10th to share scientific facts and essential tips that will help to dispel myths about reproductive health issues and birth defects. Tune-in to discover:
the primary growth factor for viruses and how to protect oneself from a viral infection
what measures or actions a woman can take to reduce the risk of birth defects in her unborn child
why is reproductive health important to both men & women
Access this show and all podcasts at www.RootCauseRadio.com.
Root Cause Radio ~ Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health
What is the balanced approach to weight management?
This balanced approach to weight management is rooted in the sciences of the human mind and body. Utilizing clinical studies in physiology as well as psychology has helped her better understand the instinctive patterns that cause people to fail at weight loss. “Patterns will undermine a diet plan in no time,” Grewal explains. “Driving passed the same fast food restaurant on your way to work everyday can sabotage your plans in the first week. You have to recognize those type patterns in order to avoid them.” You need a plan for long-term weight loss. “But that doesn’t mean slow weight loss; It only means effective weight loss that lasts.”
The authors of Fat-Me-Not: Weight Loss Diet of The Future, Dr. Myo M Nwe and Dr. Sandeep Grewal have finally connected the advances in weight-loss science and brought that knowledge from the annals of research journals to your doorstep in a simplified, easy-read, fun, and entertaining way. Why try to lose weight the old way when powerful new research, stuck in scientific journals until now, can make it easier, simpler, and safer for you to shed those pounds?
In the Fat-Me-Not book you will discover:
How bacteria in our gut can hack into our nervous system and change what we crave and what we eat
How your body regulates your weight and how you can use it to your advantage
Why, when you diet and lose weight, you gain back even more pounds than before
If you are trapped in the FAT-ME-YES cycle and how to get out of it
Why today’s diets do not sustain weight loss and why the diet of the future is an easier, simpler, and safer way to lose weight
Read the real scientific studies in the form of fun-to-read “Rat Stories”and learn from them
Dr. Pam Popper will astound you with her knowledge of food and health. Your health is your greatest asset in filmmaking and she can help you improve it.
For information about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com.
I'm excited to interview my old friend and Health Coach, Sugra Craving Expert, Jen Edden about: "unleashing ourselves of cravings and mind chatter and all that keeps us out of the flow" going to get into the emotions of it all too...for more info go to jenneddencoaching.com
In this show we will be covering models of healing coming from a broad range of disciplines, integrating the best of modern science with the best of the healing wisdom that has been transmitted to us from the most ancient cultures.
Dr. Renè David Alkalay is a life-long student of meditation, Yoga science, Kabbalah, and the religious and philosophical texts of the East and West, and is the author of numerous articles and books. In private practice as a naturopathic practitioner since 1980, he provides holistic services at the Genesis Tree of Life Wellness Center offering help with nutrition, weight management, pain and illnesses, fitness and holistic treatment for cancer patients. Genesis Society (501 c3) is the not-for-profit organization Dr. Renè David Alkalay offers help to veterans and yoga classes for children with cancer.
When the clock approaches 5:00 p.m., do you start worrying about what to have for dinner? Are you tired of using fast food as the answer? If so, try this old-school trick that's back in fashion — menu planning.
Menu planning is a great way to make sure you're eating a balanced diet and meeting your nutritional needs. And, as every frugal cook knows, menu planning can save you time and money.
Benefits of menu planning
You can have a big impact on your health — and your budget — just by eating at home more often. With menu planning you know what your meals will look like and what you need to buy. That makes grocery shopping more efficient and cuts down on unplanned trips to buy one or two items. And with a grocery list in hand — a byproduct of good menu planning — it's easier to resist impulse purchases.
Menu planning doesn't have to be complicated. To get started, jot down some of your favorite meals. Cooking for a family? Ask them to suggest menu ideas, too. For more inspiration, flip through cookbooks or check out recipe websites. You can even find sample menus and menu-planning apps online.
Hey Family. Happy Early Valentines Day. I know it's Feb 14th but we are doing it early. Today I am talking about ways we can say I love you The Cheap Cheetah Way. Valentines day is a romantic and loving kinda day. One that makes you remember why you love the people you do. But it's not a expensive day like the retailers want to you think it is. Not if you do it my way. Let's talk to about Valentine on the Cheap. Join me and share your Valentines Day Money Stories
Chris Algieri joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to give his expertise in Nutrition to answer some of the most debated questions in the field.Some of the subjects discussed in the interview are listed below.
1. How to start eating better and kick bad habits
2. Are diets ever a good idea?
3. Calorie counting..useful or a waste of time?
4. Eating Carbs myths and facts
5. Are detox's and juice cleanses safe?
6. Eating before and after a hard workout
7. Omega-3 Fatty acids explained
8. The truth about eating fat
9. Are vegan diets the way to go?
10. How safe is meat and what is actually in it
11. What is the best way to get omega 3 fatty acids in your diet?
12. Is the Gluten Free diets a fad or legit?
13. How important is nutrition to aging adults?
14. What types of food or supplements help as u get older?
15. Is diet soda just as harmful as regular soda?
16. Is it better to get vitamins and minerals from food or from supplements?
17. Beyond a daily multivitamin/mineral, are there any additional supplements recommended for healthy adults?
18. What to eat for eye health
19.. What's better? Three meals a day or many small ones throughout the day