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Celebrity Journalist – Flo Anthony’s “Go With The Flo”

Posted by TSUE on September 4, 2008

Go With The Flo

By Florence Anthony

Celebrity Journalist and Media Mogul Flo Anthony

Celebrity Journalist and Media Mogul Flo Anthony

 

     Recently, Moet & Chandon hosted Angela Bassett’s 50th surprise birthday party celebration at Angela and her husband Courtney Vance’s private estate in La Canada Flintridge, California. Around 150 of Angela’s closest friends and family showed up to celebrate the actress’s birthday including Samuel L. Jackson and Regina King. At one point in the evening Forest Whitaker and his wife Keisha proposed a beautiful toast in Angela’s honor followed by an unbelievable two hour performance by Stevie Wonder that brought the house down…….

 

     Celebrity Handbag Designer Timmy Woods has created a new handbag inspired by Presidential Candidate Barack Obama. Woods is unveiling her handbag and says a portion of the sales of this bag will be donated to charity. The Obama Handbag was inspired by his sign he always speaks in front of during his rallys and speeches. Woods’ handbags are carried by many stars. Her Eiffel Tower bag was carried Sarah Jessica Parker in “Sex In The City.” Woods says the first Obama handbag will go to Michelle Obama……

 

     They call her “Princess Billie,” but Billie Holliday Jr. is the reigning Queen of Jazz in Harlem and soon to be the world. Whether she’s at the Cotton Club, Minton’s or the Lenox Lounge, this gorgeous woman, who is the spitting image of Lady Day, down to the flowers in her hair, is turning up the heat whenever she performs. Given the name Billie Holiday Jr. by MC Rudy Rush at the Apollo one night, and crowned Princess Billie by the late, great James Brown, this sulty songstress has her own sound and lyrics. Says Billie: “I’m not an impersonator, not an imitator, I’m a continuance.” You go girl. Continue On!………

 

     Snoop Dogg has gotten into the fashion business. According to Variety, the West Coast rapper will be unveiling his Rich  Infamous clothing line at the Magic Show in Las Vegas next week. The line will include streetwear for men between the ages o 18-35. It will eventually expand into accessories, grooming and home products!…….

 

     My best friend, NBA legend Charles Oakley, returns to his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, in unique fashion, with his own cooking show, Café’ Oakley. Trading in his basketball gear for the tools of a master celebrity chef, Oakley invites us into his Café’ as he prepares an assortment of easy, healthy, and delicious meals, guaranteed to satisfy even the most critical of stomachs. Says Oakley: “I’ve been eating and cooking healthy throughout my career. I just want to share the secrets with my fans!” Café’ Oakley will debut on Fox 8 in Cleveland on September 5.  

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A Healthy Alternative for Battling ADD By David Sandoval

Posted by TSUE on May 22, 2008

A Healthy Alternative for Battling ADD

 

Long Beach, CA – Prescription drugs have long been the main weapon for children – and increasingly adults – when battling Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).  Side effects for various medications can range from anxiety or nervousness to insomnia.  “Before settling for the quick fix of pills, there are natural approaches that should be considered,” contends nutritional expert David Sandoval, author of “The Green Foods Bible.”

  The causes of ADD, which is a recurrent pattern of behavior characterized by short attention spans, impulsivity and may include hyperactivity, are hot topics for debate and speculation as to whether it is environmental or genetic. 

 Years of research and studying, consulting with the world’s premiere authorities in holistic medicines and promoting raw food nutrition led Sandoval to create the “Plant-Based Nutrition Program,” which he believes can potentially help ADD sufferers (and/or their parents).  He says there is most definitely a relationship between diet and disease, “Everything the human body needs to live a long, disease-free life has been provided by the Earth.”

 Sandoval wants the public to consider three possible food-related ADD risk factors; starting with high sugar consumption, “Destructive, aggressive and restless behavior has been found to significantly correlate with the amount of sucrose consumed.”  While it may prove difficult at first, his initial recommendation is to eliminate all refined sugars and food allergens from the diet.  Additionally, limiting the consumption of processed foods and additives – like food colorings and artificial flavoring – needs to be considered. 

 “In many cases, identifying and eliminating clear causative diet factors will often bring about dramatic improvements within the first few weeks,” exposes Sandoval.  He adds that improvements will be more subtle and not as great if food reactions are not the cause of ADD.

 According to Sandoval, CEO of Purium, the ADD sufferers who see the faster results easily maintain the lifestyle change because they feel so much better, “Initially it’s going to take some discipline, but switching to whole, unprocessed and, preferably, organic meals will cleanse the body and help in re-harnessing the power of your own mind.”

 

 This is crucial when taking into account that nutrient deficiency could be another risk for American children suffering from ADD, continues Sandoval, “Decreased attentiveness is commonly associated with a lack of iron.”  Poor nutrition may be most harmful in the early development stages of life so he believes parents should feed their kids organic produce, “It has the maximum nutrient density and a minimal amount of pesticides and other harmful chemicals.”

 The body’s storage of heavy metals – particularly the toxic metal lead – has also been linked by studies to childhood learning disabilities.  Sandoval recommends screening children for heavy metal poisoning using hair mineral analysis and EDTA challenge rather than blood tests to properly assess the long term affects on the brain. 

 Sandoval offers insight on chelating the heavy metals from the body, “Increase consumption of foods high in sulfur such as garlic, onions and eggs; provided your child is not allergic to them.”  Additionally, he prescribes Chlorella and C from Nature, which contains naturally occurring Vitamin C.  Sandoval says both are also helpful in combating heavy metal poisoning.

 To Sandoval, the option to take a holistic route needs to be seriously weighed before resorting to pills that offer a hefty price tag and a litany of side effects, “There is no safer approach to getting well than nature’s approach.”  That’s why he offers an ADD Battle Plan – and others including Lupus, Diabetes and Weight Loss Battle Plans – on his website www.mypurium.com

 

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About David Sandoval

 If the living, green food diet was a revolution, then David Sandoval would be the new Che Guevara. If there was a gospel of natural healing David would surely be the Pope. However, he unquestioningly ranks among the world’s premiere experts on the living foods lifestyle. An in-demand lecturer, David is also the author of “The Green Foods Bible”, an entrepreneur, former radio talk-show host, activist, farmer and authority on whole food nutrition and disease prevention. For over 20 years he has studied with the world’s highest authorities on Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, and western holistic medicine. The Californian is currently making waves with his latest weight loss plan “Superfoods for Supermodels”. David’s line of PHP products are synergistically combined superfoods that nourish at the cellular level, activating metabolism and boosting the immune system. David Sandoval’s website can be found at www.mypurium.com.

 To interview David Sandoval or request a review copy of “The Green Foods Bible,” contact Rachel Friedman at (727) 443-7115 ext. 206 or email rachel@newsandexperts.com  Please include your name, publication, and mailing address with your request.

 

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