• 01:30

    OVEREATING: The Church'folks Disease

    in Religion

    Frugivore Magazine wrote an article, "Is the Black Church causing obesity by overeating?", raising the concern of obesity amongst African Americans. In 2013, a study conducted by Northwestern University observed 2,433 particpants over an 18-year time period. Out of the particpants, 41% were African Americans who attending one religious event weekly was at risk to become obese.

    Dr. Thomas A. Laveist, Director of the Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions, states that,

    "Black church culture is out of alignment with some biblical teachings, particularly when it comes to how we eat. Church culture has got us drinking Kool-Aid, eating white bread, fried chicken, large servings of macaroni and cheese and collard greens drenched with salty hog maws (foods that are high in sugar, salt, calories, and carbohydrates that trigger health problems). We’re eating this in the church basement at dinner and at church conventions! Meanwhile, the Bible teaches against gluttony."

    Is it time for the Black Church Culture to regain it's health? Join TruthTalk with special guest Zhivi Williams, health & wellness coach and advocate of Leading by Example. Topic of discussion will be on regainig focus on health through clean eating, exercise, and weight maintenance.

  • 01:02

    Overeating is a Deadly Game! A Conversation with Sheilah M. Wilson

    in Self Help

    Join I AM Group University faculty Dagny Grant and Beth Donnelly as they speak with Sheilah M. Wilson.  We'd love to have you call in if you have any questions for our guest tonight!  The call in number is (323) 580-5743.

    Sheilah M. Wilson, M.A. is an extraordinary Life Coach, known by many as The Conscious Empowerment Coach.  She’s an entrepreneur, teacher, #1 international best-selling author, and facilitator of mindfulness exercises, guided imagery and energy psychology techniques.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor, certified Master Addiction Counselor, and Board Certified Coach; she is uniquely qualified to assist her clients in growing from the inside out, making fast, sustainable changes .  

    To learn more about Sheilah's work go to www.sheilahmwilson.com

  • 00:10

    5 Ways to Stop Overeating

    in Nutrition

    If you want to lose weight, you must tune into your body's signal to eat. Tune in 5/28 at noon ET for my 5 tips on how to eat less and spot hunger so that you feel satisfied. You will be able to control calories and shed pounds without "dieting

  • 01:30

    Overeating and eating problems

    in Caregiving

    How to curve overeating, and common eating disorders.

  • 00:30

    Compulsive Overeating During Holidays

    in Health

    Food is an important part of the traditions of Christmas and New Year. Much of the eating we do is not just to satisfy our hunger, but is due to a compulsive behavior. A discussion of compulsive overeating.

  • 01:01

    Help With Overeating During The Holidays

    in Spirituality

    Adam Silberstein - Clinical Director  'The Source'

    Adam Silberstein, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been working in the mental health field since 1994. Dr. Silberstein has extensive experience working with a broad range of populations including individuals with obesity, chemical dependency, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, and developmental disabilities. He earned his doctoral degree from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in 1998 and completed his pre-doctoral internship at Camarillo State Hospital working with the chronically mentally ill and developmentally disabled. He completed his postdoctoral training at Casa Pacifica Residential Treatment Center where he worked with adolescents with complex emotional and behavioral issues. In 2000, after his postdoctoral training, Dr. Silberstein worked for the California Department of Corrections where he held a variety of clinical and administrative positions and was the director of a partial-hospitalization program. Following that Dr. Silberstein began to work more exclusively with addictive disorders and in 2008 was a consulting psychologist at Authentic Recovery Center, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. His responsibilities included group and individual therapy as well as clinical supervision. Presently, he maintains a private practice in West Los Angeles and Tarzana, working with adolescents and adults with chemical dependency and process addictions, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. Over the course of his career and in each of his work settings, Dr. Silberstein has been passionately invested in the treatment of addictive and compulsive behaviors with a special interest in the assessment and treatment of overweight and obesity.



  • 00:58

    Handling unpleasant emotional reactions during the holidays

    in Self Help

    With holidays coming up in a few weeks, this can be a time of stress for many people. Sometimes we are required to spend time with difficult family members. For some, the holidays represent excessive alone time filled with loneliness, sadness and perhaps depression. The holidays can, also, be prime time to engage in our most comfortable coping behaviors: overeating and drinking, overspending, engaging in family drama, indulging in self-defeating, negative thinking patterns, avoiding gatherings and isolating ourselves.

    Guest Julie M. Simon, licensed psychotherapist, life coach and author of The Emotional Eater’s Repair Manual: A Practical Mind-Body-Spirit Guide for Putting an End to Overeating and Dieting, helps overeaters and imbalanced eaters heal their relationships with themselves, their bodies and food, stop dieting, lose excess weight and keep it off. Julie can be reached at www.overeatingrecovery.com.

    CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, knows healing is in replacing the trauma mindset. Her book, How to Love Yourself: The Hope after Child Abuse is available at amazon. Pick up her FREE ebook, 11 Tools for Happiness at conversationsthatheal. You can reach Susan directly at susan@conversationsthatheal.com.

  • 00:14

    Wounded to Wonderful Wednesday

    in Self Help

    Welcome to Another Episode of Wounded to Wonderful Talk Radio Show.  Today we take a journey on self-sabatoge.  Our host Edna J. White will share and even remind us of 

    Self-Sabotage: The Enemy Within

    We all get in our own way occasionally and some people do it repeatedly, whether it's procrastinating, drinking, or overeating. Self-sabotaging behavior results from a misguided attempt to rescue ourselves from our own negative feelings.


    To join us with a question or comment please call in at 716-766-4440 or email us at msedna12@gmail.com

  • 01:01

    Alcohol & Holiday Stress

    in Health

    On this episode of "Doc Talk", I'll close out the year talking about alcohol and it's effect, and the many stressors people deal with during the holiday season, such depression, illnesses, overeating and lonliness.

  • 00:31

    Avoid Overeating and Depression During the Holidays

    in Lifestyle

    Guest Nutritionist, Vera Stevens will join Frank and Blondie Clayton in discussing  how to survive the holidays without overeating, and depression. You will learn what types of activities, food or drink, that could be linked to triggering depression and how your moods maybe affected by them, etc.
    You can embrace the holidays with joy, knowing that even if you yield to temptation, there is still a way out. All is not loss even during the holidays.  Enjoy the holidays this year armed with tools that can help you survive the office parties, family gatherings and friend connections.

  • 01:00

    Tips On How To Stop Overeating

    in Health

    On this episode of "Doc Talk", I'll be sharing with you simple tips on How To Stop Overeating.  I'll introduce to you the "hunger scale", and other easy dietary tips to help you break the overeating habit.

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