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Health and Wellness Wednesdays
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Michael Bailey, the Mobile Estate Planner joined John and talked about how tomorrow is only a day away. Estate planning is taking care of your loved ones. Call Michael at 720-394-6887.
Burnie Madoff Died. Article here.
Ketchup Packets in short supply. Article here
This is the video I texted John. It includes information on how dairy products have been related to endometriosis and infertility.
“Recorded live at the Marlene Meyerson JCC, Neal Barnard, MD, discusses the science behind how foods affect our hormones—and our health. In his new book, Your Body in Balance, Dr. Barnard shares how common hormone-related conditions—like infertility, weight gain, menopausal symptoms, breast and prostate cancers, thyroid problems, and acne—can be affected by and improved by simple diet changes. Your Body in Balance is available now wherever books are sold!” – Physicians Committee
The Care and Feeding of a Baby Boomer Belly
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People of every age experience digestive issues from time to time. But as we get older, annoyances like constipation, diarrhea, and gas can become increasingly common. “Aspects of our physical health change naturally with age. Tooth loss, reduced production of digestive enzymes, and unbalanced gastrointestinal flora can all combine to wreak havoc on our digestive systems with each passing year,” says Dr. Julie Gatza of the Florida Wellness Center. “Fortunately, making the right diet and lifestyle choices can change the way we age and markedly improve our digestive health and our overall wellbeing.”
To rejuvenate an aging digestive system naturally, Dr. Julie recommends the following nutritional protocol:
Eat Real Food – Not Processed Food
Diets high in processed foods have been linked to a higher risk of digestive disorders. Eating a diet low in food additives, trans fats, and artificial sweeteners may improve your digestion and protect against digestive diseases.
Get Plenty of Fiber
A high-fiber diet promotes regular bowel movements and may protect against many digestive disorders. Leafy green vegetables are an excellent fiber source.
Add Healthy Fats to Your Diet
Adequate fat intake improves the absorption of some fat-soluble nutrients. Omega-3 fatty acids reduce inflammation, which may prevent inflammatory bowel diseases.
Insufficient fluid intake is a common cause of constipation. Ample water intake helps flush toxins from the cells.
Manage Your Stress
During periods of stress, blood and energy are diverted from your digestive system, interrupting normal digestion.
Chew Your Food Thoroughly
Chewing food thoroughly breaks it down so that it can be digested more easily. The act also produces saliva, needed for proper mixing of food in your stomach. Tooth loss or poorly fitting dentures often necessitates cutting food in tiny pieces before chewing.
Get Moving – Take a Walk
Exercise may improve your digestion and reduce symptoms of constipation. It can also help reduce inflammation, of benefit in preventing inflammatory bowel conditions.
Replace Missing Digestive Enzymes.
As we age our bodies begin to slow the production of digestive enzymes. To help us break down food and make it more available to every cell in the body, digestive enzyme supplementation is suggested.
Balance Your Intestinal Flora
Probiotic supplements keep harmful bacteria from growing on the intestinal walls, able to trigger a “leaky gut”.
A Contrast in Leadership
Richard Battle joins John in the first of a two-part series on Leadership. Today emphasized negative leadership traits. Follow along as Richard and John discuss poor leadership and how to recognize it. Make sure to get Richard’s new book Navigating Life’s Journey: Common Sense in Uncommon Times
Poor Leadership Hobbles Any Organization
- Poor ethics
- Don’t recognize precedent
- Ends justify means
- Whatever it takes.
- Moral relativity – Truth is subjective and changeable
- Misapply human nature
- Do as I say not as I do.
- Worst example for any organization
- Rules for thee but not for me
- Inconsistent communication
- Mask insecurity
- Put people down to make themselves feel better
- Take credit from others.
- Don’t take responsibilities for their actions
- Emotion overrides reason
- Leading from Behind
Check out this Bonus Clip of Richard Battle in Battle’s Bullets
Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter
Kim Potter was arrested Wednesday morning and will face a charge of second-degree manslaughter in the death of Daunte Wright. Article Here. Since the airing of the show, she has been released on $100,000 bail. Article here. John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 19:26
Fact-Checking Biden’s Latest Gun Control Press Conference
Drew Allen is a Texas-bred, California-based conservative author and speaker, who writes a weekly blog promoting conservative ideals at drewthomasallen.com. Drew and John talk about Psaki On Biden Cracking Down On Second Amendment Rights. It appears that this is only the beginning and more is coming. The records on Biden’s pick for ATF Director was a registered gun control lobbyist. His article for PJ Media: Go Ahead, Joe: Stop Virtue Signaling and Grab the Guns. And the Knives and the Blue Sedans While You’re at It.
John commented that if they had it their (Biden Administration) way none of us would have a gun. John points out that the second amendment is the only thing standing between us and total communism and socialism. The Second Amendment should not be infringed on. In John’s opinion, all of the gun laws are unconstitutional. Drew completely agreed. They connected the dots between covid, the respect for life, police officer Kim Potter, and mob rule. Listen to the full interview here. Mobile users begin at 28:00
In 1980, the Supreme Court: Stone v. Graham RE: the Ten Commandments
Joined the Conversation
John received a text, “Holy cow, if you’re a moderate your worse than the left.” listen to John’s comments here. It’s something you’re not going to want to miss. Mobile users begin at 42:27