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iEat Green – Rob Carpenter, Office Admin/Manager of Long Island Farm Bureau – 03.22.18

Rob is the Administrative Director for the Long Island Farm Bureau. The Long Island Farm Bureau is a non-governmental, volunteer organization financed and controlled by members for the purpose of solving economic and public policy issues challenging the agricultural industry. The mission is to “Serve and Strengthen” agriculture on Long Island. Long Island Farm Bureau‘s "grassroots" policy development process ensures …

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Warrior Connection- 10.08.17

The October  8 discussion on Warrior Connection was about alternative treatments such as acupuncture and tens unit use with  Dr. Lisa Conboy, MA, MS, ScD; Instructor in Medicine, Part-time, Director of the Research Department, The New England School of Acupuncture at MCPHS University  and her colleague Dr. Beth Sangree  of The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Ask The Blood Detective – Exercise Essentials – 04.15.17

Exercise Essentials – how to exercise for general health, longevity, weight loss and improve quality-of-life So you think you know how to exercise? Think again! Join Dr. Michael Wald host of, Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores the “how-to”essentials of exercise for specific health problems and for general wellness and athletic performance. To schedule with  Dr. WALD as a patient …

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Being fit protects against health risks caused by stress at work

It is a well-known fact that fitness and well-being go hand in hand. But being in good shape also protects against the health problems that arise when we feel particularly stressed at work. As reported by sports scientists from the University of Basel and colleagues from Sweden, it therefore pays to stay physically active, especially during periods of high stress. …

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The Infectious Myth – Dr. Joel Wallach on Nutrition – 10.04.16

Dr. Joel Wallach learned about the importance of good nutrition while a veterinarian. He applied this knowledge to humans and now runs a company that sells a supplement that contains 91 minerals, amino acids and other types of nutrients. David accepts that many people on a western diet are nutrient deprived, and that the importance of trace nutrients is often ignored, although it is well documented. During the discussion it becomes obvious that David believes that some of Wallach’s statements are exaggerated, such as that the vast majority of people are gluten intolerant, that there is no value in physical exercise and that dog food is highly nutritious for humans. On the other hand, David has no trouble believing that some people can significantly benefit from supplementation, particularly those injured by vaccines, pharmaceutical drugs, chemical exposures or for numerous other reasons. They also agree that the low fat, high carbohydrate diet is a disaster. We hope you enjoy this vigorous discussion.

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Ashwagandha May Boost Fitness Potential

Are you looking to bring your workout or athletic performance to the next level? Or maybe your muscles need a little extra support to recover quicker? Ashwagandha may actually be able to help. Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb widely used in Ayurvedic medicine to help manage stress, promote energy, and boost immune function. Its ability to help our response to mental …

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SAKYONG MIPHAM RINPOCHE – Running Into Meditation

I began to run simply as a way to get some exercise. Soon enough, however, I found myself applying certain principles I have learned in a lifetime of meditating. I’ve incorporated these into my book,Running With the Mind of Meditation. To me, the relationship between meditation and running is natural, for one is a training of the mind and one …

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SAKYONG MIPHAM RINPOCHE – Running Into Meditation

Meditating and running go hand in hand, says Sakyong Mipham. Exercise can be a support for meditation, and meditation can be a support for exercise. I began to run simply as a way to get some exercise. Soon enough, however, I found myself applying certain principles I have learned in a lifetime of meditating. I’ve incorporated these into my book,Running …