Ellen Gustafson is a sustainable food system activist, author, innovator and social entrepreneur. Her first book, “We the Eaters: If We Change Dinner, We Can Change the World” was published by Rodale Press in May 2014. She is the Co-Founder of Food Tank: the Food Think Tank, which is run by President Danielle Nierenberg. She is also founder of a small sustainable home goods company called the Apron Project. Before the launch of Food Tank, Ellen founded the 30 Project, a campaign that has helped to change the conversation about the global food system by connecting hunger and obesity. She is also the creator of the ChangeDinner campaign and HealthClass2.0, which are helping individuals change the food system at dinner tables and in schools.
Warren vs. Obama on free trade. Score one for the Senator from Massachusetts! Senate passes on fast tracking TPA, Obama calls Warren a politician, without recognizing his role in making her one. Yet this has implications beyond just a one on one spat. One is we haven’t heard the last of it.
Based upon the principles of homeopathy “Let like cure like,” Homotoxicology functions on both extracellular and intracellular levels. Most of us are familiar with chelation therapy, colonics, or dietary/supplement detox strategies for detoxification. This nearly 100 year old “best kept secret” can function independently or synergistically with these modalities. As its popularity grows in the US, more and more families have begun to integrate Homotoxicology into their lives to gain and maintain better health at a deeper level.Homotoxicology is a long name for a simple therapeutic model designed tosafely remove damaging toxins stored in our organs and body fats.
Steven M. Druker, author of the new book on How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematlically Deceived the Public — in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
An amazing, moving, enlightening hour! Jeffrey Masson discloses how Freud denied child abuse to further his own career. Freud’s cowardice in the face of truth has repercussions for how all of us choose to live our lives.
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Health News Segment with: “Dr. Wald, director of Longevity at Integrated Medicine
Today topic: 2 of 3 Part Series Are you a Gluten-A-Holic?
Dr. Michael Wald, author of his upcoming FREE online book, Gluten-A-Holic – The Dangers of Gluten & How to Avoid them (available June 2015 at: www.intmedny.com), says, “YES”!
Dr. Wald says, “Most of the planet consumes foods that contain gluten. Gluten is overwhelmingly unhealthy for most of us because of the fact that farming of wheat products (the major source of harmful gluten) is a recent occurrence in the evolution of human beings – this means that our bodies digestive, immune and other organ systems have not evolved to handle this food. A wide variety of symptoms can result from gluten consumption including, weight gain, diabetes, heart disease, neurological problems, gastrointestinal issues, headaches, skin problems, cancers and mental illnesses. Avoid it at all costs!
Yielding to the Duopoly: Is There A Left Left? (Part 2)
The 2016 presidential election is picking up steam. That doesn’t seem to be the case, however, with an organized opposition to the six-of-one/half-dozen-of-the-other kind of politics we’ve been having for a long time now. It appears we’re still stuck with the Republican-Democrat duopoly. Even big labor and heretofore populist and left-of-center movements and organizations seem to be adapting.
“Is there a left left?” Leid Stories continues the discussion.
Dr. Jill Stein is a medical physician of internal medicine and a pioneer in advocating environmental health issues in Massachusetts. Is currently the exploratory presidential candidate for the Green Party; many may remember her having been arrested for not being permitted attendance to an Obama-Romney debate and then later her arrest for supporting protestors — bringing food and Halloween candy …
David Steinberg author of “This Thing We Call Sex” returned to the program. Part 1 was on April 14th – so please listen to the archived version. David’s core message is that sex is important for everyone…a treasure to be celebrated, and a path to self-knowledge. Dr. Diana and David first discussed MONOGAMY. Quoting Oscar Wilde: “Marriage is the triumph of imagination over intelligence.” Perhaps we confuse love with lust – even though the two are as distinctly different as red wine and blue cheese! Myths about monogamy: people in open relationships have psychological problems. Because open relationships require well-developed communication skills, and a high level of self-awareness, research has shown they are no more or less dysfunctional. EROTIC IMAGES and David’s fine art erotic photography were explored. Steinberg is a word person…and then he discovered the visual world: photographing people enjoying the emotional, joyful connection as they were sexual! You may learn more by going to www.DavidSteinberg.us
Caryn goes over the good and the not so good about Girl Scout Cookies; Trans-Pacific Partnership; Fat, fibre and cancer risk in African Americans and rural Africans, Appeal to block Vermont’s first-in-the-nation law requiring the labeling of genetically modified food, New York Bill S59A-2015; Chef Ernesto Frozen Foods and Bareburger.