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On The Menu: Mario and Bill celebrate April being both National Grilled Cheese and National BLT Month by making Mario's Smoked Mozzarella BLT. Get the recipe HERE: http://jcook.it/1gJgkLx
Mario and Bill paired the sandwich with a Shiner Wild Hare Pale Ale from The Just Cook It Radio Magical Beer Bag.
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Source Nation!! We have another great episode planned for Healthy Cooking with Chef Oliver. Take a look at the dish Chef Oliver will create tomorrow night. Eggplant, Mozzarella, Prosciutto, Asparagus, Basil, in Roasted Tomato Sauce.
In the second hour Dr. Julissa and I will discuss parasites being found in the human body. Take a look down below at this startling fact.
It’s been found that humans can be hosts to OVER 130 types of parasites. A staggering close to 90% of people in the US have had parasites at some point in their lives. And over 52 million children in the US are infected. As many as close to 25% of parents become infected by parasites by catching it from their own children.
Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers in the United States. Most of those with lung cancer are non-smokers. In fact, eight out of ten lung cancer patient have never smoked. In this episode, we revisit a previous interview in which Mark Burright was joined by Jessica Steinberg and Barb Ferguson, who consider themselves the “Dynamic Duo.” Both are surviving and thriving with stage IV non-small-cell lung cancer. Listen to this amazing and fun interview as they share their stories with Mark and talk about lung cancer and other things.
Visit Jessica’s Blog ‘Chemo-sabe: Lesson from a Cancer-Fighting Momma Bear’ here:http://chemo-sabe.com
Tonight thanks to a listener recomendation, we will be taking your calls. It's confession time.
WE invite you to call in and share something you did as a Christian that you feel guilty for. Did you have sex in church, did you have Sex with preachers daughter
Smoked in the church bathroom
Ate all the sacrament bread
Sex with preachers wife
Sex with preacher
Fake testimonies, Fake words of encouragement
Saw a ghost or spirit
Special Guest: Matthew O'Neil - Author: You Say That I Am
Ever heard of a Statheist? Are you one?
Portion control is an important concept when you're trying to lose weight and keep it off. But you don't need to memorize a food list or carry around measuring cups to get a better handle on serving sizes. Instead, use common visual cues to remind yourself of appropriate serving sizes. How? Many foods match up to everyday objects.
For example, a medium pepper is about the size of a baseball and equals one vegetable serving. While not all foods perfectly match visual cues, this method can help you better judge serving sizes and practice portion control, which may help with weight loss.
If you think the servings seem small, don't panic. Remember that you can eat multiple servings every day from each food group.
A 2.5-ounce piece of cooked skinless chicken is about the same size as two-thirds of a deck of cards and equals one protein/dairy serving, or about 110 calories. The same is true for a 2-ounce patty of cooked lean hamburger, which equals one serving and has about 110 calories.
Other protein/dairy servings
1 serving (110 calories)Baked beans, canned
1 wholeFish (haddock), grilled or broiled
3 ouncesPork sausage, smoked
2 small linksTofu, firm or silken soft
2 slices (1-inch width)
ARE THESE NEW STRANDS OF MARIJUANA AND SYNTHETIC DRUGS INDUCING HOMOSEXUAL ACTIVITY IN BLACK MEN? WHEN DID THIS START? WHY IS THIS HAPPENING AND WHO IS DOING IT? IS MARIJUANA SUPPOSE TO BE SMOKED? WILL THESE PEOPLE BECOME MORE ADDICTED TO THE CHEMICALS OVER TIME? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
ATHLETES, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, AND ARE WE TAKING IT SERIOUSLY?
We’ve all seen the headlines- Ray Rice gets two game suspension for knocking his fiancé unconscious and dragging her off a casino elevator. Joe Mixon under investigation for punching a woman in the face. One of the Steubenville high school students convicted of rape is back on the football field. The news reports go on and on with allegations and prosecutions of athletes at all levels for violence against women. And what are we doing about it? The NFL gives a slap on the hand to Rice (who could have been suspended for numerous games if he had smoked a joint). Sports fans still line up for autographs, and the victims are disparaged for “ruining” the athlete’s life. Have we really slipped down the rabbit hole when it comes to seriously dealing with violent athletes?
So let’s talk about it. Brian O’Connor, Director of Public Education Campaigns and Programs for Futures Without Violence where he crafts national and international violence prevention campaigns for a variety of audiences. He’s former marketer of global brands such as Gatorade and Kodak, and reporter for the Village Voice. His work engaging men inspires them to model positive masculinity and teach boys that violence never equals strength. Brian holds a master's from Columbia University and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. He is the former president of the board of Root Division, an arts education non-profit based in San Francisco where he lives.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about our responses to athletes who are also abusers.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
What You Can Eat That depends on your blood type. Here's what D'Adamo recommends for each type:
Type O blood: A high protein diet heavy on lean meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables, and light on grains, beans, and dairy. D'Adamo also recommends various supplements to help with tummy troubles and other issues he says people with type O tend to have.
Type A blood: A meat-free diet based on fruits and vegitables , beans and legumes, and whole grains -- ideally, organic and fresh, because D'Adamo says people with type A blood have a sensitive immune system.
Type B blood: Avoid corn, wheat, buckwheat, lentils, tomatoes, peanuts, and sesame seeds. Chicken is also problematic, D'Adamo says. He encourages eating green vegetables, eggs, certain meats, and low-fat dairy.
Type AB blood: Foods to focus on include tofu, seafood, dairy, and green vegetables. He says people with type AB blood tend to have low stomach acid. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and smoked or cured meats.
Healthy Cooking with Chef Oliver 6:00pm
Source Nation!! This Thursday I'll be preparing a roasted Portobello mushroom sandwich with pesto, buffalo mozzarella, roasted tomatoes accompanied with a vegetable slaw. Join me in the kitchen at 6pm.
Dr. Julissa - Source Radio Network Resident Naturopathic Doctore 7:00pm
Dr. Julissa and I will discuss in the second hour the 9 ways SODA Destroys Your Health: It can often seem harmless to drink a bottle of Coke. But the negative affects of soda might be too great to ignore. So how bad is soda for your health?
We smoked Daniel Marshall's Red Label Cigars the other week but he wasn't able to call in, this week is different! He will be calling in and talking to us about his cigars and humidors.
We will be discussing Vince's visit this coming weekend to Las Vegas to IPCPR. We are extremely jealous!
Cross Link Radio, health from the eye teeth on down. I’m here to help you understand some of the mysteries of health from the perspective of the oral health care provider, that’s me, Shirley Gutkowski. I’m a clinical dental hygienist. I’m in the prevention mode, helping you keep your health at its optimum by bringing a wide variety of guests with the information you want to know.
Methamphetamine use is very popular among all groups. Methamphetamine is taken orally, smoked, snorted, or dissolved in water or alcohol and injected. Smoking or injecting the drug delivers it very quickly to the brain, where it produces an immediate, intense euphoria. Because the pleasure also fades quickly, users often take repeated doses, in a “binge and crash” pattern.
What happens when the one using is your own child? What happens if your patient is a user? Our guest today, Noel Kelsch, knows the answers to both. Her clinical research on the impact of methamphetamine abuse on the oral cavity and treatment protocols have changed lives. Noel is a Past President of the California Dental Hygienist’s Association and she has some answers for us.
Tuesdays inflammation shows on Cross Link Radio are produced by Ann Hansen, RDH, BS. If you have a topic you'd like to share, please contact Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org
Premier Chef Mary Moran and wine expert Duane Pemberton will be talking about the best in picnic foods as well as The Do's and Don'ts of Successful Picnics. Mary will be sharing her recipes for Prosciutto & Buffalo Mozzarella Baguette, Buttermilk boneless fried chicken, asparagus and lemon orzo and the best of wines from Duane's cellar.
Chef Mary: Chef Mary graduated from the Le Cordon Bleu, studied in Tuscany and is a certified nutritionist from American Fitness Professionals and Associates. She is the go-to chef for questions about food, health and kitchen organization.
Duane Pemberton: Duane Pemberton is a food and wine writer who is also the owner of WineFoot.com. Pemberton is also a well read automobile reviewer and critic, all of which incorporates into his travel, wine and food reviews.
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