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The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 08.30.17

The best one-hour discussion about nutrition available anywhere.  Nutritionist Pam Popper PhD discusses why people now have so many medical problems that barely or never existed before modern times, such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and kidney disease, as well as seemingly infinite numbers of immune disorders. The answer is nutrition:  we humans no longer eat what evolution prepared us to eat.  From …

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Ask The Blood Detective – Immunity Now – 01.21.17

Immunity Now is a thorough discussion of how you can use natural nutritional supplements and foods to potentially modify all three major levels of your Immune systems. Join Dr. WALD for this fascinating discussion and learn why they call him “the blood detective”! Dr. Wald can be reached by calling 914-242-8844. Email him questions and show topic ideas to: Info@blooddetective.com. Dr. WALD is the supervisor of nutrition at Integrated nutrition of Mount KISCO located in Westchester New York just one hour north of New York City by train or car. His website is www.integratednutritionandy.com

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Ask The Blood Detective – How Nutrition Works – 01.14.17

How Nutrition Works
Eating healthy and taking supplements is great, but how does foods and how do nutritional supplements actually affect your cells, tissues and organs? What can you do to improve how your body uses your nutrition? Join Dr. Michael Wald, Host of Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores the beautiful intricacies of how the body processes, absorbs, distributes and activates foods and various nutritional supplements. How is health built? Find out by tuning in! Dr. Wald can be reached at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco by calling 914-242-8844. Email: info@IntegratedNutritionNY.com / Website: Intmedny.com

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iEat Green – Charles Platkin- Director of NYC Food Policy Center At Hunter College – 01.12.17

CHARLES PLATKIN, PhD, JD, MPH, is one of the country’s leading nutrition and public health advocates, whose syndicated health, nutrition and fitness column, the Diet Detective appears in more than 100 daily newspapers and media outlets. Dr. Platkin is also the founder of DietDetective.com, which offers more than 500 articles and interviews on nutrition, food, and fitness. Platkin is a health expert and blogger featured on Everydayhealth.com, Active.com and Fitnessmagazine.com. Additionally, Platkin is a Distinguished Lecturer at the Hunter College in New York City and the Director of the New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College.

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Does a healthy diet have to come at a hefty price?

Imagine you’re in the aisle of your favorite grocery store, bombarded with hundreds of the latest and greatest products on the market. After grabbing a box of your favorite pasta off the shelf, you notice a new organic version of the spaghetti sauce you usually buy. Strikingly, you notice that the price is at almost a 50 percent premium compared …

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The number of people on food stamps is plummeting at the fastest rate ever after the government made a key change

Fewer and fewer Americans are on food stamps, and the decline is only getting faster. According to Paul Trussell, an analyst at Deutsche Bank, the number of people utilizing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, in June 2016 was down 4.7% from the same month a year before, and the number of households using SNAP was down 5.2% year-over-year. …

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Susan J. Popkin Molly M. Scott Martha M. Galvez – Impossible Choices: Teens and Food Insecurity in America

Food-insecure teens who don’t get enough to eat sometimes resort to extreme measures to cope with hunger—from saving school lunches for the weekend or going hungry so younger siblings can eat to stealing or trading sex for money to buy food. The most risky behaviors are by no means typical of all teens, even in the most distressed communities, but …

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Low-income shoppers are in worse shape than you thought

It was finally starting to look like the lowest-earning Americans had caught a break. Yet as they feel the squeeze of rising health-care and housing costs, the lift from a stronger job market and low fuel prices hasn’t been enough for these consumers to feel relief. And for hundreds of thousands who are unemployed, a change in qualifications for Supplemental …

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Ed Feulner – In 2008, Fewer Than 30 Million Used Food Stamps. Now 46 Million Do.

Good news: The number of Americans using food stamps in 2014 declined slightly from the previous year. So why does the 2015 Index of Culture and Opportunity say this indicator is headed in the “wrong direction”? There are a couple of reasons. For one, the food stamp program (officially known now as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP) is …

The Economic Tsunami Gathering Momentum Off the Shores of America – Michael Payne

A massive tsunami, a mega-powerful financial tidal wave, is growing in intensity off the shores of America. This government senses its ominous presence but refuses to prepare for the force that it will unleash. This highly dangerous condition has been brought on by decades of reckless government spending, together with banking and corporate industry policies and actions that further enrich …