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The economics and rules of eating well. Join us as we Get Real and 'cut through the fat' of how to really eat well. Many people feel like they can't afford to eat well. Simply put - junk food can appear cheaper - but you eat a whole lot more of it. Which puts people in the catagory of being overfed and undernourished. In the long run, eating well and eating for health pays off in better health and lower doctor visits. We'll help you look at different ways you can eat better without breaking the bank and actually enjoy it.
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This week we discuss eating well, 'We go over the "innate diet", the paleo diet, and the proper diet for humans. This could be the most important episode you listen to. Thousands of people have increased vitality and longevity after changing to this lifestyle. Please join us and learn the cause of most modern diseases and how to improve and prevent these conditions..
Is nutrition really important for those over 60? Does your body need less food? What are the best choices in food? How does the type of food eaten affect your health?
According to an article by Varian Sperks “Nutrition Tips for Seniors: “At every stage of life, nutrition is vitally important. We all require healthy foods to help our bodies thrive, regardless of age, but seniors and elderly men and women have specialized nutritional needs.”
Join Frank and Blondie Clayton, along with guest health educator and nutritionist Dr. Vera Stevens, for an ear full of great tips and wisdom.
You're getting back in the groove with your workouts, your nutrition and you're doing so well and then BAM! along come the holidays. On this episode of Monday Madness: The Health & Fitness Show on the S&HCN, your fitness experts will share Tips for Not Blowing it Over Thanksgiving. Many people use Thanksgiving and Christmas as excuses to throw diet and exercise to the wind and eat whatever they want. Tune into the Monday Madness: The Health & Fitness Show on Monday, November 17 at 10 a.m. for tips to keep you on track. Ken Williams and Tiffany Santana will talk about ways to make healthier substitutions for the foods you love . . . like cooking collard greens with smoked turkey instead of fatback. As the holiday season approaches, you won't want to miss this episode. Tune in and log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/sandhc. If you want to join the conversation with your ideas and tips for eating well during the holidays, call 1-914-338-1541.
I'm talking about eliminating your excuses, and getting back into the kitchen. Learn to simplify the cooking process, so you can master the art of eating well and living nourished.
Join Joyce as she interviews Jennifer Beck of Advanced Wellness and columnist for Encore Life Magazine. Whether you're out volunteering, taking care of the grandkids or pursuing your encore career, you want to stay healthy doing it!
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
On this episode of the Eating for Meaning show, Dr. Millie will discuss the hormone problem and many foods, including the chicken you're eating is contributing to fibroids, endometriosis, breast lumps, cancer and for the guys...prostate BPH. You may be avoiding red meat because you've been told it's bad for you, but have you considered that chicken may be harming your health more than red meat ever did.
Dr. Millie will interview experts in their fields and gather inside knowledge of their food and nutrition inspirations and laments.
To learn more about Dr. Millie and Eating for Meaning go to her website.
Are the health benefits of vitamins and supplements a myth? Are they the miracle cure for whatever ails you? These and other questions are answered by Dr. Susan Wilder, renowned national speaker, published author and founder of LifeScape Premier.
Health Educator Victoria Willard loves to teach and educate people on Healthy Lifestyle Solutions. She assists people in assessing where their health is at and then incorporates the Super Foods Program which includes diet, exercise and emotional healing.
Today Victoria will be speaking on the importance of water to the body. Many of us think we are thirsty when the mouth becomes dry. This is a last stage situation and is often seen after a heavy meal. General Dehydration Symptoms can include; Tired, flushed, irritable, anxious, dejected, depressed, not sleeping well, heavy headed, fear of crowds, fear of leaving the house. If any of these pertain to you then you may be dehydrated and need water.
This program is for educational purposes. Visit my site at www.naturalhealthcommunity.org/kathydeane for more Healthy Insights. AND remember Health is Wealth and thank you for Taking Action For Your Healthy www.TAFYH.com
With Thanksgiving just a day away, let's talk about eating healthy at the dinner table.
What is healthy eating? what's not?
With the holiday season just ahead, let's seriously look at good eating and healthy eating tips!
Melanie St. Ours, a clinical herbalist, author and founder of Psyche & Soma, talks with us about the impact that certain foods have on our daily emotions along with the secrets for feeling better and living happier. Would you like to develop emotional resilience? Melanie will tell you how!
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