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The realization has slowly been dawning on increasing numbers in the past few years that we’re living in a soup of toxic chemicals. Toxic chemicals are sadly omnipresent in our modern world – in our water, air, food, clothing, carpeting, furniture, the soil, etc. Report after report comes out these days on new health impacts of these toxicants. Is there any change on the horizon? Diane Brandon is joined this week by John Warner, Ph. D., Founder and President of the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, founder of University of Massachusetts - Boston's first Green Chemistry Ph.D. program, and co-Author of Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice. Mr. Warner is an award-winning leader in Green Chemistry and has worked to incorporate it into semiconductor design, biodegradable plastics, personal care products, solar energy, and other materials. He’ll be sharing the ins and outs of Green Chemistry with us, where we are in the process of replacing toxic chemicals, and what he envisions for the future.
The realization has slowly been dawning on increasing numbers in the past few years that we’re living in a soup of toxic chemicals. Toxic chemicals are sadly omnipresent in our modern world – in our water, air, food, clothing, carpeting, furniture, the soil, etc. Report after report comes out these days on new health impacts of these toxicants. Is there any change on the horizon? Diane Brandon, your Host and author of Intuition for Beginners, is joined this week by John Warner, Ph. D., Founder and President of the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, founder of University of Massachusetts - Boston's first Green Chemistry Ph.D. program, and co-Author of Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice. Mr. Warner is an award-winning leader in Green Chemistry and has worked to incorporate it into semiconductor design, biodegradable plastics, personal care products, solar energy, and other materials. He’ll be sharing the ins and outs of Green Chemistry with us, where we are in the process of replacing toxic chemicals, and what he envisions for the future.
TUNE IN TO GREEN LEAF NETWORK- JOIN US ON DJ NIGHT AS JUDGE INDIE MUSIC. DO YOU THINK YOU GOT FIRE? GREAT WILL SEND IT IN TO email@example.com MP3 ONLY then tune in thursday night as we turn up.! You gotta have thick skin for our crticizcism so if your not ready don't do it. For those with the balls I'll speak to Thursday. 11:00pmest 929-477-2453
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will spend the first half of the show talking NFL offseason moves, then turn to the court, and talk NBA hoops.
The top news today, was in Cleveland. Josh McCown is most likely their starting quarterback, in 2015. Brian Hoyer, a free agent, most likely will not be retained, after this signing. Johnny Manziel, is getting his life back on track, in rehab. Is this another long list of fails for Cleveland? The Browns list of quarterbacks, to start a game, since 1999, continues to grow. What are your thoughts on the signing of McCown? The Green Bay Packers apparently are ready to bring B.J. Raji back. He missed 2014, because of a torn triceps. Before last season, Raji was a free agent. However, his 2013 campaign was probably his worst professional season. Therefore, the Packers signed him, to a one year deal. Do you think that Raji has something to prove this year? Will this be a good signing?
The NBA as always is flying under the radar again. They take the back seat to NFL football when their season starts, then have a month of coverage for the All-Star break, and trade deadline. Then back to normal with Spring Training starting, and March Madness right around the corner. How do you think the NBA can be more prominent during the other professional sports seasons? Do you think that the only highlight of the NBA season, is the playoffs? Listen in and call the show, with your thoughts.
Dave Sandoval founder of Purium Health Products visits Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio to discuss his book,"The Green Foods Bible".
David Sandoval is the founder of Purium Health Products, a multi-million dollar health foods company established in 2004. An entrepreneur and world-renowned expert in phytochemistry and superfoods, Sandoval has directed Purium’s production of more than 50 all-natural, plant-based powders, shakes and supplements that promote healthy weight loss, as well as the company’s gift card marketing program. Since launching the program, Purium has given away more than four million dollars in products and has grown by 2500%. An in-demand speaker and author of “The Green Foods Bible,” Sandoval studied the global methods of holistic healing and whole foods nutrition alongside the most recognized industry leaders. He regularly coaches celebrities and athletes to quickly and safely achieve their fitness, weight loss and health goals through his 10-Day Celebrity Transformation.
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People of all walks of life are becoming more conscious of living a healthy lifestyle; as this wave of information becomes more and more available through the internet and in communities all around.
Meet Charma, Raw Food Coach who lost more than 45 pounds and created a line of "healthy green chips"! Charma shares her journey to natural health & her love to help others live a healthy lifestyle. She shares what lead her to create her own purpose, health ministry & business and how it benefits the lives of others!
Charma is a Retired Teacher, Former School administrator, Health Minister-Hallelujah Acres, Former Natural Health Practitioner, Distributer-Miracle 2 products, Former public speaker, and former Raw Food student at Creative Health Institute and Education Emporium (Chicago).
Visit: Charma's Organic Kitchen on Facebook
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ANDREIA SOLOMON BURKE...
Co-wrote for an indie short film titled: The Shift which will be shown in the Wandsworth Festival and well as a few small cinemas about London.
I'm working on a feature film (script) remake of a sports classic with an up and coming young producer from LA.
And most importantly I would like to discuss my new organization called: F.A.D (Families Affected by Deportation) My family life's were shattered when my husband was abruptly taken from us and we're still dealing with the daily effects of it. It's only because God has blessed us tremendously that we haven't suffered as much as most.
What FAD is designed to do is assist families, wives and children on particular to help find the appropriate services to ease the burden of their odeal.
Celina Johnson....I own a residential cleaning service that uses only green products. I have been in business for about a year. I am the only person in my family that owns a business.
I guess it started when I was a child. My mom made me responsible at a young age. I was 10 when she had me cleaning and running errands. As a teenager it just became a habit. My mom is a neat freak and it rubbed off on me. As a adult when I would get stressed or mad I would clean..lol.. I really enjoy cleaning its like a release. Also I got tired of working two jobs ans figured why not make extra cash doing what I like best.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 2.19: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion laments NFL draft analysts comparing every prospect to their best case NFL player.
Duke Johnson did not flunk the NFL Scouting Combine.
Tevin Coleman's pro day 40-time could rocket him up fictional big boards. While Coleman would have a good college wide receiver, he will likely be a great NFL running back.
Kevin White's superb 40-time has rendered his small hands, not that hand size matters much for wide receivers anyway.
Dorial Green-Beckham's 3-cone drill was the most impressive time logged at the Combine. DGB is not Calvin Johnson, and that's just fine.
Jaelen Strong's burst should push him up fake big boards.
Amari Cooper is a more agile Sammy Watkins.
Devin Funchess has a 1/32 chance of being as productive as Kelvin Benjamin as a rookie.
No good comparable for Sammie Coates? No problem. Let's just paste Darrius Heyward-Bay's hands on Terrell Owens.
Can Jameis Winston be better than Dan Marino? His ceiling just became Peyton Manning.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
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Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center, and attorney Jeff Frazier of Komorn Law.
Tonight- Patients continue to be prosecuted for using cannabis concentrates. And- a new ballot group has formed to look at a state wide ballot initiative to legalize cannabis in 2016.
Joining us tonight-
Jeff Hank- Lansing attorney and Executive Director of the recently formed ballot group Michigan Comprehensive Law Reform Initiative (MCCLRI)
Jim Powers- Co-Founder of Michigan Parents for Compassion and board member of the MCLRI
Max Lorincx- Subject of the recent Fox 17 story out of Grand Rapids 'Father fighting to use medical marijuana concentrates not protected under law' and defendant in a criminal case based on his use of cannabis concentrates for medicine.
And- regular guest and friend and the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law
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