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Studies show that driving in the dark for vision-corrected Americans aged 18 and over is difficult, and they have trouble seeing signs, animals, and even pedestrians.  Optometrist Dr. Cristina Schnider and John Ulczycki of the National Safety Council join Healthy Vision with Dr. Val Jones and discuss what happens to your eyes while driving on the road at night and discusses some of the newer vision correction options currently available. Tune into the program here now to learn more.

On the latest Sunday edition of The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana, Frank welcomes Davy Rothbart of FOUND Magazine and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival.    Frank chats with Davy and Nick about their adventures finding and uncovering a wide array of neat items ranging from special thrift store merchandise to personal notes found on the ground. Tune in here.

Water is one of the biggest health and energy issues in the world today.  In the latest edition of Deepak Chopra Radio, Deepak welcomes Kevin McGovern, founder and Chairman of The Water Initiative, a company that develops and markets home-based water purification systems in developing countries, to discuss the global water issue and sustainable water solutions.  Chopra and McGovern examine how we can achieve substantial progress to cost effectively address these problems. Tune in here.

Daily Highlights: Thursday; September 28, 2010

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Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon kicks it with 6-time Grammy winner John Legend, who contributed a track to the critically-acclaimed family documentary Waiting for “Superman”, which opened Friday on New York and L.A. Plus: Director Davis Guggenheim.
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Women on the Move’s Leslie Harris dishes with Deborah Gregory, author of the best-selling Cheetah Girls novels, which spawned the hit Disney Channel flicks, and the girl group featuring Adrienne Bailon, Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams.
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Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone whoops it up with Scott Adsit, who plays Pete Hornberger on NBC’s 30 Rock. A seasoned improv performer from Chicago’s Second City, Scott has also done guest turns on such shows as Friends and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
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MZN Promotions host Ravenda Dallah hangs with Geffen recording artist Ray “Ray-L” Lavender, who recently competed for Omarosa’s hand on Donald Trump’s Ultimate Merger. The Akon-produced crooner will chat about his upcoming album, X-Rayted.
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American Heroes Radio’s Raymond Foster sits down with Art Adkins of the Gainesville, Fla., Police Department, who moonlights as a novelist. The law-enforcement vet will chat about his sophomore offering, Power Grid, a thriller once again featuring Slade Lockwood.
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EnergyTwist hosts Energy and Sister Cee give it up for The Persuaders, who charted during the ‘70s with hits like Thin Line Between Love & Hate and Some Guys Have All The Luck. The R&B legends will fill us in on their ever-booming career.

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Why New Years resolutions fail us!

How many of you have had a new years resolution that never came true?  Don’t let the fact that you’re not alone comfort you.  Blogtalkradio’s Fitness Director, Peter K, explores why resolutions fail and how to make sure you succeed in the new year.  tune into  The Peter K Show  to find out how to make your goals for this new year actually come true.   Learn what the most successful people do to make their dreams a reality and never have to resort to resolutions again.  Whether you want to look and feel better, be a better parent, succeed at work or just be happier, there are simple strategies to follow that will guarantee you will get what you want.  Like defining a compelling picture in your mind, called a vision, that identifies exactly what you want and how it will look.  Use the power of your mind to work for you instead of against you.  So get ready to shelve your resolutions and start living your dreams.  Listen now to The Peter K Show!

Eat Like a Marathon Champion- from Blogtalkradio’s Fitness Director, Peter K

Peter K and Serafina Restaurant Group show YOU how to eat like a marathon champion with their MARATHON WEEK MENU.

5 mtfWant the energy of a marathoner whether you are running the race or not? Who doesn’t want more energy in this time of multitasking and trying to be and do everything at once? The great news is we can all get more energy very quickly and easily. HOW?

I recently designed a Marathon menu with Serafina Restaurant Group in NYC and wanted to share some great energy tips with you. Listen to the The Peter K Show to hear all about how to get more energy, strength and endurance.

Let’s start with where energy comes from. Keeping it simple, energy comes from what we eat and drink. PERIOD. Forget claims from questionable sources that energy comes from “magic pills”. The nutrients from the foods we eat and what we drink provide us with the energy to fuel our daily lives – and right on through a marathon!
Here is a list of the foods you should include in your diet for sustained energy and overall HEALTH:

COMPLEX CARBS:

  • Whole wheat breads, pasta and other whole grain products (oats, rye, etc)
  • Brown rice
  • Sweet and white potatoes
  • Starchy vegetables (legumes and root vegetables)

WHOLE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES:

  • Green leafy (lettuces, spinach, kale)
  • Brightly colored veggies (red/yellow/green peppers, tomatoes)
  • Fiber rich fruits of all colors (apples, oranges, pineapple)

Here’s a sample of an energizing menu:

Breakfast: Oatmeal or whole grain cereal with skim milk or soy milk and fresh fruit. Another option would be a whole grain bagel or English muffin with all natural fruit preserves

5 mtfLunch: Serafina whole wheat pasta with organic vegetables. Whole wheat is a healthier pasta choice with more fiber that will help slow the release of sugar to your bloodstream. With choice of:
Grilled organic chicken breast paillard, served w lentils, spinach and sweet potatoes or steamed vegetable platter

Dinner: Serafina whole wheat pasta with organic vegetables. Grilled Filet mignon (4 oz.) served w extra virgin olive oil mashed sweet potatoes

For a snack and before training choose an apple, banana or kiwi

Eat Like a Marathon Champion- from Blogtalkradio's Fitness Director, Peter K

Peter K and Serafina Restaurant Group show YOU how to eat like a marathon champion with their MARATHON WEEK MENU.

5 mtfWant the energy of a marathoner whether you are running the race or not? Who doesn’t want more energy in this time of multitasking and trying to be and do everything at once? The great news is we can all get more energy very quickly and easily. HOW?

I recently designed a Marathon menu with Serafina Restaurant Group in NYC and wanted to share some great energy tips with you. Listen to the The Peter K Show to hear all about how to get more energy, strength and endurance.

Let’s start with where energy comes from. Keeping it simple, energy comes from what we eat and drink. PERIOD. Forget claims from questionable sources that energy comes from “magic pills”. The nutrients from the foods we eat and what we drink provide us with the energy to fuel our daily lives – and right on through a marathon!
Here is a list of the foods you should include in your diet for sustained energy and overall HEALTH:

COMPLEX CARBS:

  • Whole wheat breads, pasta and other whole grain products (oats, rye, etc)
  • Brown rice
  • Sweet and white potatoes
  • Starchy vegetables (legumes and root vegetables)

WHOLE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES:

  • Green leafy (lettuces, spinach, kale)
  • Brightly colored veggies (red/yellow/green peppers, tomatoes)
  • Fiber rich fruits of all colors (apples, oranges, pineapple)

Here’s a sample of an energizing menu:

Breakfast: Oatmeal or whole grain cereal with skim milk or soy milk and fresh fruit. Another option would be a whole grain bagel or English muffin with all natural fruit preserves

5 mtfLunch: Serafina whole wheat pasta with organic vegetables. Whole wheat is a healthier pasta choice with more fiber that will help slow the release of sugar to your bloodstream. With choice of:
Grilled organic chicken breast paillard, served w lentils, spinach and sweet potatoes or steamed vegetable platter

Dinner: Serafina whole wheat pasta with organic vegetables. Grilled Filet mignon (4 oz.) served w extra virgin olive oil mashed sweet potatoes

For a snack and before training choose an apple, banana or kiwi

Blogtalkradio's Fitness Director Peter K and CEO Alan Levy on the 5 keys to a great show on Blogtalkradio

Hello all Blogtalkradio hosts and soon to be hosts. We are all here to share something with the world. What we have to say is important to us and we want to get our message to as many people as possible. One way to do that is to be the type of host who consecutively delivers what the listeners want.

Now I know that on Blogtalkradio that could be anything. What I want to share with you are 5 keys that will help you deliver that great show full of energy, effectiveness and focus. Join me and Blogtalkradio CEO Alan Levy tonight at 8pm on The Peter K Show. Join the conversation and let us know what you think makes for a great show.

Blogtalkradio’s Fitness Director Peter K and CEO Alan Levy on the 5 keys to a great show on Blogtalkradio

Hello all Blogtalkradio hosts and soon to be hosts. We are all here to share something with the world. What we have to say is important to us and we want to get our message to as many people as possible. One way to do that is to be the type of host who consecutively delivers what the listeners want.

Now I know that on Blogtalkradio that could be anything. What I want to share with you are 5 keys that will help you deliver that great show full of energy, effectiveness and focus. Join me and Blogtalkradio CEO Alan Levy tonight at 8pm on The Peter K Show. Join the conversation and let us know what you think makes for a great show.