Gab with the Gurus Presents Dr. Joel Kahn, America's Healthy Heart Doc
February is American Heart Month, and it’s time to talk about heart disease, which is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, one in four deaths are due to heart disease.
But heart disease often can be prevented by making healthy choices.
It’s my pleasure to announce that the first Sugar Shock World Summit — which was previously called the Sugar World Summit — will take place from Oct. 15 to 22, 2018.
This free event is scheduled to start right before what I call Sugar Overload Day, or Halloween.
Although Halloween is an doesn’t take place around the world, October to December marks the Season of Sugar Overload in just about every civilized country, from the United States to Great Britain to Australia.
During those two months, millions mindlessly stuff sweets and processed carbs — from candy canes to candied yams — into their poor bodies. All that carb garbage (carbage, as I call it) can pave the way for sugar and carb gorgers to get hypoglycemia, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, many other diseases and possibly an early death. (more…)
Guest Post by Angelika Ilina For Your Motivating Monday
Note from Connie: Since it’s winter, often cold in most parts of the world, and I’m home sick with pneumonia, my friend Angelika Ilina — founder of the Love On the Table blog for health-conscious foodies — was kind enough to share her tasty, easy, low-carb version of her Grandma’s Chicken Broth Recipe. As you’ll note, this recipe contains no gluten-filled noodles.