Safe Catch where their tuna is traceable from catch to can

November 2, 2017
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Bryan Boches, the Co-Founder of Safe Catch where their tuna is traceable from catch to can and we only buy from captains whose fish come from managed and sustainable tuna stocks joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Supplement Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Bryan Boches discuss the following:

  • How did you come up with the idea of Safe Catch? Tell us a little more about it? 
  • Is it true Safe Catch - Elite Wild Tuna has the lowest Mercury of any tuna brand? Please explain. 
  • Is Safe Catch ok to eat several times a week unlike traditional tuna? 
  • Is it safe for pregnant women as well?
  • Tell us about the additional products in the Safe Catch line? 

 

About Safe Catch: Our tuna is traceable from catch to can and we only buy from captains whose fish come from managed and sustainable tuna stocks. Read more about our sustainability policy. Then, we test each tuna.Using our proprietary technology, we are able to test every single fish for its mercury content. If it doesn’t meet our purity standards we don’t buy it.  It still may be a good tuna, but it’s not a Safe Catch tuna.

  • Our limit for Safe Catch Elite Wild Tuna is ten times (10x) stricter than the FDA mercury action limit.
  • Our limit for Safe Catch Wild Albacore Tuna is three times (3x) stricter than the FDA mercury action limit.

 

About the Co-Founders Bryan Wittenberg & Bryan Boches: As childhood friends growing up next door to each other, we never thought we would be working together and fighting for purity in our seafood and oceans. It all began when Sean’s mom read an article about mercury variance in tuna and said, “Moms shouldn’t have to worry about giving tuna sandwiches to their kids. Sean, why don’t you solve this?”

After some research, we learned that two identical tuna, same species, size and school could vary in mercury levels by over 10 times. The only way to know the mercury level was to test every fish.

Existing technology cost $100 per mercury test which would make a can of tuna cost about 50 bucks. So, we formed a team of talented software and hardware engineers and invented a new technology to rapidly test every fish for purity.

We went to major seafood brands and offered to test for them but they all declined. One executive told us that consumers wouldn’t understand or care about better purity. So, we did what any entrepreneur with zero experience in food would do. We started a new brand of tuna and named it Safe Catch.

We knew how to identify amazing tuna but we didn’t how to make amazing tuna. We were surprised to learn that conventional tuna is precooked, rehydrated with fillers, machined processed and recooked and as result of so much processing it loses many vital Omega 3 oils, flavor and texture.

So, we searched for a better way to make and cook tuna. We found and adapted an old artisan method. At Safe Catch, we hand cut and hand pack each wild tuna steak into a BPA free lined can with no additives or fillers. Then, we slow cook it just once. It took us 75 different variations to get our formula perfect.

We’re so happy with the purity, quality, and taste. All of the vital Omega 3 oils and flavor are retained in Safe Catch tuna and there is no draining after opening. Open the can into a bowl, chop up the steak with a fork and let it reabsorb its natural oils. It’s moist and delicious pure wild tuna as nature intended.

We hope you love it!

– Sean & Bryan

Safe Catch Founders

 

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Website: www.safecatch.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safecatch

 

The Omax3 difference: Why taking omega-3 supplements are important to overall health

July 13, 2017
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Dr. Joseph C. Maroon a renowned neurosurgeon, sports medicine expert, health and nutrition expert as well as Ironman triathlete joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Supplement Channels to talk about why taking omega-3 supplements are important to overall health.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Joseph C. Maroon discuss the following:

  • Why should people take an omega-3 supplement?
  • What makes Omax3 so special in the omega-3 space?
  • How does Omax3 benefit cognitive, heart and muscles?
  • What is the freezer test?
  • How does Omax Pet help with pet health?

 

Dr. Joseph C. Maroon, MD, FACS is Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery and Heindl Scholar in Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. In addition to being a renowned neurosurgeon, he is a sports medicine expert, health and nutrition expert and Ironman triathlete.

For more on Dr. Maroon click here.

 

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Website: www.omax3.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Omax3
Twitter: https://twitter.com/omax3

Most Healthy Options in Frozen Food!

July 9, 2017
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Andy Reichgut, the Executive Vice President of Garden Lites, a food company that has a mission to offer consumers delicious and nutritious foods where vegetables are always their first ingredients joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Nutrition Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Andy Reichgut discuss the following:

  • What makes Garden Lites product different than other products?
  • Please describe the product line, flavors and why they help kids and families get hooked on veggies?
  • Why is it important to incorporate veggies into the diet?
  • Why is that a challenge for families?
  • What should people look for when purchasing healthy products and not be fooled by labels?
  • Where can we find Garden Lites in the supermarkets and where  can we find a store near us or online?

 

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Andy Reichgut is the Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Garden Lites. Andy is an expert in consumer marketing having worked at such prestigious companies as Pinnacle Foods Group LLC, Mars Incorporated, and Reckitt Benckiser. He is an expert in healthy foods and the clean label movement.

 

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Websitewww.gardenlites.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gardenlites
Twitter: https://twitter.com/gardenlites

6 Easy ways to Eat well for Life…including simple steps to save you time and money

July 5, 2017
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Angela Emmerton, Clinical Nutritionist and Founder of Nutritional Matters, which helps people solve their health problems through practical nutritional solutions, so they can feel the best they can be joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Nutrition Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Angela Emmerton discuss the following:

  • There’s so many diets today and it’s confusing knowing what to eat – so how do we eat well for good health?
  • So how do we get back to basics and eat ‘real wholefood'?
  • In your expert opinion what is the key ingredient which keeps people on track and eating well for life?
  • What if you’re on a low-budget – can you still eat well?
  • What are the foods we need to avoid for our health sake?
  • Finally, how do you encourage your patients to eat well for life?

 

As an ambassador for ‘That Sugar Film’, Angela believes – and the science shows – that good health is the product of good nutrition.

Angela has spent over 10 years studying all things nutrition, including the eastern philosophy of food as medicine and combined this with studies in social sciences and counselling.

Her practice is under-pinned by the latest evidence-based nutritional medicine, following scientific research on nutrition, nutrients and positive lifestyle practices. However, having spent over 20 years in the corporate working world she understands the effect modern day life has on a person’s health. Her approach is based on ‘keeping it real’ and her recommendations are informed by reality and practical for everyday busy people.

Angela work’s in private practice at McMahon’s Point and in Sydney’s CBD and helps people solve their health problems and transform their lives, turning their health around, from symptoms including; excess weight, hormonal imbalances, fatigue, sleep, anxiety, depression, poor digestion (IBS), food intolerances, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, thyroid dysfunction, etc.

Angela continues to be called upon to provide her expertise in this field of nutritional medicine.  During 2016 she was selected as the nutritionist for Todd Sampson to undertake a nutritional dietary assessment, as part of Todd’s preparation for the six part TV series ‘Bodyhack’.  

Angela is also an advisory team member for ‘SugarByhalf’, a not-for-profit organisation who aim to reduce Australia’s sugar consumption and help combat childhood obesity and chronic disease.

As a trusted advisor, Angela speaks to variety of audiences, empowering them to take responsibility for their health and wellbeing through workshops, corporate talks, presentations and in-service education to complimentary healthcare practitioners.

In addition, Angela facilitates movie screenings of ‘That Sugar Film’ and discussions, for business groups, workplaces and communities, providing educational tools and techniques for people to make informed choices to benefit their own health.

No two DNAs are the same, making your nutritional requirements unique.

Angela’s mission is to transform peoples lives by offering practical nutritional solutions, tailored to each unique ‘individuals’ need, so they go on to lead productive and balanced healthy lives.

 

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Website: www.nutritionalmatters.com.au

 

Break Sugar Cravings, Lose Weight, & Feel Full with Essential Oils

June 19, 2017
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Kathy Heshelow author of her latest book, “Break Sugar Cravings or Addiction, Feel Full, Lose Weight: An Astonishing Essential Oil Method” again joins eHealh Radio and the Skin Care Health and Beauty Channels.

Kathy is author of the 322 page book “Essential Oils Have Super Powers” and 10 other books, with two more coming out this summer.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Kathy Heshelow discuss the following:

  • Tell us about your latest book!
  • What are some of these issues with sugar?
  • What is the real problem with extra?
  • What can be done if you are eating too much sugar – and maybe, after hearing this, you think you may be addicted to sugar?
  • Do you explain in your book how someone could proceed and try to stop cravings or overeating, what they should do?
  • What do you mean by mindset?
  • Do you have another book coming out soon?

 

Kathy Heshelow specializes in writing books about wellness & beauty - with a niche in essential oils and aromatherapy! She also founded and runs Sublime Naturals and Sublime Beauty, companies for skincare and essentials oils.  She lived in Paris, France for 16 years which greatly influenced her. Heshelow brings some of the French knowledge of essential oils and beauty techniques.

Her newest books include "Break Sugar Cravings or Addiction, Feel Full, Lose Weight: An Astonishing Essential Oil Method", "The Crisis of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria & How Essential Oils Help," "Essential Oils have Super Powers®", "Phytoceramides: Anti Aging at its Best" and "Turmeric: How to Use It For YOUR Wellness".  She is currently writing two new books, one on essential oils and one on aging well. The reason she writes: to help others discover information, techniques or improve their health.

She is a member of NAHA (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy) and an aromatherapist certification student at Aromahead Institute. An entrepreneur, she stays busy with Sublime Beauty®, Sublime Beauty Naturals® and ZEN BOX (a subscription box of essential oils) in addition to writing. She lives in the St. Petersburg, Florida area with her better-half hubby and pup.

Visit www.kathyheshelow.com or www.BooksByHeshelow.com to get a free book! She often runs gift giveaways and secret information & deals for followers!

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Websites:
www.BooksByHeshelow.com
www.kathyheshelow.com
www.sublimenaturals.com

Facebook:
www.facebook.com/SublimeBeautyNaturals
www.facebook.com/kathyheshelowautho

Twitter:
@SB_NaturalSkin
@KathyHeshelow

It doesn’t take just 21 days to change an eating habit with Christina Jordan

June 15, 2017
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Christina Jordan, the owner of a thriving weight loss practice located in Gilbert, Arizona called Fit Body Weight Loss joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness, Health News & Nutrition Channels to share her inspiring story and how it doesn’t take just 21 days to change an eating habit.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Christina Jordan discuss the following:

  • You have quite the story on how you were able to lose weight, keep it off and inspire others to also follow a similar healthy path. What was your turning point where you said ‘okay enough’, I need to get healthy?
  • Tell us a bit about your approach to weight loss and your weight loss program.
  • Several try to lose weight and then stop or give up. What do you tell those whom don’t have the willpower to continue?
  • They say weight loss is an overall mindset and lifestyle change. Do you believe that and what do you think about these fad diets are on the marketplace today promising rapid weight loss in a month.
  • What are some of your weight loss tips for getting healthy and staying healthy this summer?
  • How about breaking unhealthy habits. You talk about it doesn’t just take 21 days to change a habit. Why is that?

 

Though you'd never guess it today, nine years ago Christina Jordan was 100+ pounds over weight, sick, tired and facing a diagnosis of life threatening illnesses. Her weight skyrocketed at 19 years old and by the time she was 22 she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and several other conditions that doctors warned could end her life. She'd hit rock bottom! Christina tried and failed to lose weight over and over again, spending hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars with nothing to show for it! In 2006, she tipped the scale at 247 pounds, heavier than, Mike Tyson, the once Heavy Weight Boxing Champion of the world! The hardest part was how she could not run and play with her three young sons due because her heart could not handle the stress.

For years Christina felt trapped by her weight. In one year, Christina took control of her health and shed over 113 pounds and 16 dress sizes. Her weight loss transformation was so dramatic that even her own family members did not recognize her. She has now kept the weight off for nearly 10 years and has easily maintained her weight with her healthy, balanced lifestyle. Motivated by her own struggle with her weight, Christina has gone onto earn her Masters in Nutrition and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Naturalpathic Medicine I order to help others in their weight loss journey.

 

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Christina is carrying out her vision of transforming lives by working with her clients at her thriving weight loss practice, Fit Body Weight Loss, located in Gilbert, Arizona. Additionally, Christina is excited to have the honor to represent her home state as the new Mrs. Arizona Global Elite Earth USA for 2016-2017! She looks forward to an amazing year filled with many philanthropic adventures including raising awareness for families on the benefits of healthy eating and exercise.

Today Christina is 113 pounds lighter, 16 sizes slimmer and medical experts have acclaimed her as a “picture of perfect health”! She has easily maintained her healthy weight for nearly a decade, while raising her three sons with her husband, Derek. Working as a Master Nutritionist, pursuing her doctorate in Naturalpathic Medicine and serving as Mrs. Arizona. Christina is carrying out her vision of transforming lives by working with her clients at her thriving weight loss practice, Fit Body Weight Loss, located in Gilbert, Arizona. She also writes a successful blog and provides tips, healthy recipes and motivation for healthy living on social media.

 

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Website: www.fitbodyweightloss.com

Less Stress Family Meals

June 11, 2017
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Regan Jones, Registered Dietician and Culinary Nutritionist with Cabot Creamery Cooperative joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Nutrition Channels to share less stress family meal planning.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Regan Jones discuss the following:

  • Tell us about Cabot Creamery Cooperative, something listeners may not know.
  • What are some simple steps listeners can take toward less stressful family meals?
  • What are some kid friendly assignments listeners can give children to make them part of meal preparations?
  • What are a few healthy tips or substitutions to keep in mind when cooking?
  • If we are being honest, family dinners are nice, but don’t happen as often as most of us would like. What are some ways to make the time together count?
  • How would listeners learn more and get additional tips/healthy recipes?

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When you believe in taste-first, it's clear to see why you'd be involved in the dairy world. After all, food experts around the globe know that great taste begins in the dairy case, right? And more to the point, Registered Dietitian Regan Jones learned early on in her career that great taste doesn’t have to mean foods that are bad for you. On the contrary, Regan has spent years seeking out foods and recipes that are healthy, nutritious and, equally important, taste great.

Regan’s passion for cooking has translated into a profession of culinary-based nutrition pursuits: first in the test kitchen for Oxmoor House, and then as an Assistant Food Editor at Weight Watchers and Cooking Light magazines. Through her experiences as an Assistant Food Editor, Regan became increasingly involved and passionate about communicating trustworthy nutrition guidance to the public through the media - hence her pursuit as the Nutrition Communications Director at the Southeast Dairy Association from 2001 to 2005, and her former role as national spokesperson for the National Dairy Council.

Today, Regan serves as a food and nutrition consultant to Cabot Creamery Cooperative, the farm-family owned cooperative best-known as “Makers of The World’s Best Cheddar.” As a wife and mother, Regan knows just how important it is to make sure her family makes healthy food choices. She is aware that it is not always easy to ignore deep-fried or sugar laden snacks, but she also knows that learning as much as possible about the importance of a sustained, healthy diet is a goal worth striving for. That is one lesson she learned early on in her career, and as Cabot’s Health Squad Champion, one that she wishes to share with as many people as possible.

“I learned to cook at a very early age hanging onto the apron strings of my grandmother, a sweet southern lady who cooked every meal that made it to her table, from sun up to sun down in her tiny little kitchen, all from scratch,” says Regan. “She was the best cook I've ever known, and truly inspired my taste for all things good and good for you.

 

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Website: www.cabotcheese.coop

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cabot
Twitter: @cabotcheese

The purpose of supplements and where they fit into eating healthy

June 8, 2017
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Greg Bastin, the Founder of Opportuniteas, a series of products that redefines the supplement industry, thanks to the use of highest quality natural and organic whole foods joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Supplement Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Greg Bastin discuss the following:

  • How did you get started on your journey towards health and wellness?
  • What foods and drinks should someone eat to start the day with energy and focus?
  • How does someone make eating a healthy breakfast a habit?
  • Why do most people not feel full when they drink a smoothie?
  • What is the purpose of supplements? Where do they fit into eating healthy?

 

Greg Bastin is the Founder of Opportuniteas, a series of products that redefines the supplement industry, thanks to (among other things) the use of highest quality natural and organic whole foods.

Greg has a Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California (USC).

 

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Website: www.opportuniteas.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tryopportuniteas
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/opportuniteas

Are you getting enough omega-3s?

June 1, 2017
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Dr. Bill Harris, an internationally recognized omega-3 expert and Professor of Medicine at Sanford School of Medicine, University of South Dakota & the President and CEO of OmegaQuant joins eHealth Radio and the Health News, Nutrition & Supplement Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Bill Harris discuss the following:

  • What are omega-3s and where can you get them?
  • Why are omega-3s important for our health?
  • How do we know if we are getting enough omega-3s and what is an optimal level?
  • Why do you consider the omega-3 index test the ‘new cholesterol’ test?
  • Where can our listeners get more information?

 

SUMMARY: Low omega-3 levels are one of the most common and most easily corrected nutritional deficiencies in the world. Increasing the intake of oily fish and/or using omega-3 supplements will quickly and safely increase the Omega-3 Index into healthier zones. I think that the Omega-3 Index test will play a critical role in helping consumers take control of their own health and wellness. This simple at-home test requires only 1 drop of blood and enables people to identify a low omega-3 level. Armed with that information, they will be able to easily correct and then maintain healthy levels of omega-3s throughout their life. 

 

Dr. Bill Harris is an internationally recognized expert on omega-3 fatty acids and how they can benefit patients with heart disease. He obtained his PhD in Human Nutrition from the University of Minnesota, and did post-doctoral fellowships in Clinical Nutrition and Lipid Metabolism with Dr. Bill Connor at the Oregon Health Sciences University. His interest in omega-3 fatty acids began with his postdoctoral work when he published his first study on the effects of salmon oil on serum lipids in humans (1980). Since that time he has been the recipient of five NIH grants for studies on the effects of omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) on human health. He has over 190 publications relating to omega-3 fatty acids in medical literature and was an author on two American Heart Association scientific statements on fatty acids: “Fish Consumption, Fish Oil, Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease” (2002), and “Omega-6 Fatty Acids and Risk for Cardiovascular Disease” (2009) both published in the journal Circulation. Dr. Harris is a Professor in the Department of Medicine in the Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota, and the President and CEO of OmegaQuant.

 

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Website: www.1heart1life.com | www.omegaquant.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OmegaQuant
Twitter: @OmegaQuant
Twitter: @O3iProject

Nutrition and Autoimmunity with Dr. Elizabeth Yarnell

May 27, 2017
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Dr. Elizabeth Yarnell a board-certified traditional naturopathic doctor who runs a nationwide food sensitivity clinic focused on using dietary therapies to manage autoimmune disorders joins eHealth Radio and the Nutrition and Health News Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Elizabeth Yarnell discuss the following:

  • What does it mean to be diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder?
  • What are some examples of autoimmune diseases?
  • What is the approach taken by western medicine to address these?
  • What are the three factors that are common to most, if not all, autoimmune disorders?
  • What can I do to help myself if I have an autoimmune disease?

 

Dr. Elizabeth Yarnell is a board-certified traditional naturopathic doctor who runs a nationwide food sensitivity clinic focused on using dietary therapies to manage autoimmune disorders. Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis herself in 1999, she employs state-of-the-art blood and urine testing to customize therapy for each patient and teaches techniques for recovery and remission from symptoms. Dr. Yarnell is also the author of the award-winning cookbook: Glorious One-Pot Meals: A New Quick and Healthy Approach to Dutch Oven Cooking.

Learn more at ElizabethYarnell.com and schedule your free 30-minute consultation with Dr. Yarnell today!