Chef Danilo (DJ) Tangalin of Bivouac Ciderworks talks about the importance of inspiring future chefs and having mentors along the way. Jack Monaco, who's been cooking for 50 years, shares his wisdom with the Rising Stars.
Dr. Cyrus Khambatta (aka Mango Man) was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2002, when he was a presumably-healthy 22-year-old college athlete. Did you know, there are an estimated 75 million people, in the United States, that are currently UNDIAGNOSED and UNKNOWINGLY living with Diabetes or Prediabetes?!?
In this episode Cyrus not only explains the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, but also explains some of the warning signs and even introduces a new (to me, anyway) diagnosis of Type 1.5 Diabetes.
Also, Stay Tuned for Episode 112 (Part 2 of "Mastering Diabetes"), where we talk to Cyrus' Diabetic friend and business partner, Robby Barbaro!
S2: 06 – TJ Rattray of Peace Pies | FM Report: WK 3 Oct – Pears/Persimmons
TJ from Peace Pies talks about Whole Plant-Based Foods, and the brand new Peace Pies’ cookbook “Fresh, Funky and Raw” by JP Alfred. Plus, Joe Herrmann talks fills us in about pears and what..? "Magic" Persimmons?!
Are you Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tired? If so, HALT and get those things in check before you end up saying something you regret! Tune in to find out what happened when Travis didn't HALT his words after traveling from coast to coast.
Christian Sanon has helped support his sister with her Cerebral Palsy and Autism her whole life, which has influenced him to pursue the job he has today as a behavioral therapist.
In this episode, he explains what a Behavioral Therapist does and gives some tips on developing positive interactions and a better understanding with those we may not understand.
In this episode, special guest Scott Silverman comes in to discuss challenging the norms that are associated with sober life. The stigma of addiction is widespread and we are on a mission to change that in this world.
Ben Davis was once the guy that felt he needed meat in every meal in order to perform athletically. But, after he really thought about his morals and where they aligned, he realized that his food choices didn't reflect. It didn't take him long to understand that the meat he once thought of as fuel, was actually hindering him from growth. Today, Ben is the Council Chair for the Plant Based World Conference & Expo and invites you to check out the next event!
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