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"Foods That Heal Our Body"
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SO, WHERE ARE WE BROADCAST ???
"Food With Life" is now airing to 30 million American homes for free on these local TV stations, 5 days a week, Monday thru Friday.
KAXT 1.3 - San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose
WRKJ 22.3 - Chicago
WANN 32.7 - Atlanta
KBIT 50.4 - Chico, Yuba City, Sacramento
KLEG 44-3 - Dallas
Furthermore, we have been broadcast Nationwide, on Dish Network and Direct TV as well as Comcast in certain cities, and throughout the Caribbean on Carib Vision.
We welcome your thoughts on helping us spread the Knowledge of self healing through mother natures' bounty, our food, diet, proper rest and activity.
Overall, we have completed around 60 thirty minute TV shows that delve into diet and foods as well as other natural therapies as they effect healing with respect to our heart, digestion, weight, joints, male and female hormones, eyes and hair, ear, nose and throat, skin, diabetes, depression, and more. With doctors and health professionals, we can indeed see that Food is a profound healer that lies right within our own mouth.
If you have any interest in broadcasting "Food With Life" or
"Chapatti's Kids Snack Corner", please contact us on the last page of this website. Furthermore, if you have any suggestions for show content or topics, please feel free to contact us on the last page.
Below, See some of our show topics and be sure to click on any of the titles to go directly to the video. Keep in mind that most of our 60 shows have 2 food segments that pertain to the video.
"Food With Life", awakens our consciousness through cooking, eating & lifestyles. Viewers are entertained in the subtle humor of this 1/2 hour TV show, while learning the fine art of healthy, conscious, cooking, eating, body care and lifestyle.. Combining the elements of traditional cooking programs with the scope of National Geographic, "Food With Life" travels the world, looking at new and old lifestyles that offer healthy ways to compliment our diets. Hosted with a fellow from the East by the name of Chapatti, our first crown jewel unfolds Ayurveda, a 6000 year old science of healthcare and lifestyle. The crown jewels of health are awakened through foods from traditions and cultures around the world, and we bring them to you each week with noted chefs, doctors and health professionals.
To get a flavor of "Food With Life" shows, we invite you to look below to see many of the 4 - 6 minute segments from our "Food With Life" shows.
Today, people around the world are becoming more aware of the relationship between food and health.
For years they have been hearing statements from former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop that “70 percent of all Americans are dying from diseases that are directly tied to their eating habits.” And from the American Dietary Association that “… cardiovascular disease, hypertension, cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes, and gastrointestinal problems can all develop as direct results of our food choices. Now, the public knows: saturated fat, cholesterol, and high-calorie foods are literally killing us.”
Too often, Americans per say, they simply want to pop a pill for our high blood pressure or other ailment without giving our bodies a chance to correct the issue through proper diet and exercise. Sure, we may try to eat a little better by eating chicken and pasta instead of steak and mash potatoes, but that is through our own ignorance and what we have been taught. What we need to do is to get more serious about our health and what we eat by "Eating to Live" and not Living to Eat. We need to help our bodies overcome many of the common ailments that afflict our population because of our dietary ignorance and lack of self discipline.
We are simply overfed but undernourished. To prove this we just need to take a look the next time we are in public. We see sickly obese people everywhere, in malls, airports, and Walmarts all across our nation. They get plenty of calories but not enough nutrients. This is through a lack of education, plenty of fast-food meals, poor eating habits and a lack of self discipline to eat correctly.
The renoun Greek physician, Hippocrates, the father of modern Western medicine, advised moderation in all things: working, eating, drinking, exercising, and sleeping as preventive of disease. He prescribed several methods of healing. To name a few; purges, enemas, fasting diets, warm baths, massage, honey with vinegar and barley water. Yet, more valuable than these substances, Hippocrates taught, are diet and exercise. Indeed, observance of these simple principles and ideas can bring us back to good health.
It is evident that a healthier body, mind and emotions are directly correlated to the quality of our diet. Numerous research studies and reviews conclude that eating 5 or more servings of colorful fruits and vegetables a day is part of an important plan for healthier living. That’s because deeply hued fruits and vegetables provide the body with a wide range of of vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals your body needs to maintain good health. As well, unprocessed whole foods have properties that can clearly benefit our health. Studies in the past decade have taken nutritional research beyond protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals. Chemicals in the plants called phytochemicals have been a specific focus in the past decade, offering benefits such as cancer prevention, cholesterol reduction, and hormone regulation, to name a few. Stay with us on "Food With Life" to hear and see more about phytochemicals.
The term "phytochemicals" refers to a wide variety of compounds produced by plants. They are found in fruits, vegetables, beans, grains, and other plants. Scientists have identified thousands of phytochemicals, although only a small fraction have been studied closely. Some of the more commonly known phytochemicals include beta carotene, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), folic acid,
and vitamin E.
Some phytochemicals have either antioxidant or hormone-like actions. There is some evidence that a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains reduces the risk of certain types of cancer and other diseases, and researchers are looking for specific compounds in these foods that may account for the beneficial effects in humans. Available scientific evidence does not support claims that taking phytochemical supplements is as helpful as consuming the fruits, vegetables, beans, and grains from which they are taken. To learn more about the significance of phytochemicals, you may watch the segment for Show #40, "Your Food and Phytochemicals with Dr. Isabela Konczak".
Have a look at “Chapatti’s Kids Snack Corner”, an entirely new TV series; , that includes pertinent health issues regarding mood, learning, behavior, focus, and other relevant issues for our growing children. Please watch samples of these shows on page 2.