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Tuesday, March 08, 2011Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Nowadays, everything from bottled water to peanut butter seems to have souped-up levels of vitamins and minerals. But are you in danger of getting too much of these important nutrients? Dr. Ann Kulze answers this important question during her monthly Mid-Morning visit. The nutrition expert also unpacks a new study that indicates berries may offer protection against Parkinson’s Disease, explains why a big breakfast could blow your diet, and answers listeners’ nutrition questions.
 
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford
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We know being dramatically overweight is unhealthy. But did you know that it's also expensive? On her monthly "Mid-Morning," Dr. Ann Kulze unpacks a new study that reveals the financial cost of obesity. The nutrition expert also discusses the nutritious adzuki bean, the benefits of nutmeg, superstar foods including red cabbage, and how to keep your arteries healthy
 
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Monday, August 16, 2010Exercise and the Brain Host(s): Lynne Ford

The evidence is incontrovertible: aerobic exercise physically transforms our brains for peak performance-and on today's encore "Mid-Morning" Dr. John Ratey explains how. The Harvard Medical School professor and author of "Spark" (Little, Brown and Company, ISBN # 0-426-22460-6) explores the connection between exercise and the brain, presenting startling new research to prove that exercise is truly the best defense against everything from mood disorders to ADHD to menopause to Alzheimer's. Originally aired June 29, 2009.
 
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Tuesday, August 10, 2010Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

She's coming back to Fort Wayne on September 16 for her high-energy "Eat Right for Life" presentation, but before she does, Dr. Ann Kulze makes her monthly "Mid-Morning" visit. The nutrition expert makes the connection between prostate health and a healthy diet; offers advice for choosing pollutant-free fish oil supplements, and answers your nutrition questions.
 
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Tuesday, July 27, 2010Feed Your Brain, Lose Your Belly Host(s): Lynne Ford

Neurosurgeon Dr. Larry McCleary knows that what we eat affects our health, especially our brain. The author of "Feed Your Brain, Lose Your Belly" (Teocalli, ISBN # 0-615-33950-4) explains how our modern diet starves our brain - setting it up for memory loss, difficulty thinking, and even Alzheimer's - and makes us fat. Learn how to properly feed your brain while simultaneously shrinking your belly on today's "Mid-Morning."
 
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Tuesday, May 04, 2010Raising Healthy Kids Host(s): Lynne Ford
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The news is dismal and discouraging. Today's kids are increasingly becoming afflicted with diseases that were previously confined mostly to adults. But a change in diet and a lifestyle of movement can reverse the trend. Personal fitness trainer Kerri Zurbuch, physical education teacher Sara Rymer, and Children and Nature Network's Fran Mainella explain what you can do to raise a healthy child.
 
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Tuesday, April 06, 2010Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Generally, know-it-alls get on our nerves, except when it's nutrition expert Dr. Ann Kulze! The nutrition and wellness expert explains how nasty chemicals called obesogens sabotage weight loss, and why adding cilantro to a dish does more than simply improve flavor. Got a nutrition question? Call in and ask Dr. Ann.
 
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Thursday, February 18, 2010Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World Host(s): Char Binkley

One out of five American children is severely overweight, and this trend shows no signs of slowing, prompting parents - just like you - to ask how can we protect our kids from obesity? On this encore "Mid-Morning," Dr. Joani Jack, co-author of "Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World" (Regal, ISBN# 0830745343), joins Char during to share practical, proven advice and tools, rather than a diet plan, to encourage behavioral changes in your kids so they can live fit lives to the fullest. Originally Aird March, 20, 2008.
 
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Monday, February 08, 2010Dr. Anne Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Nutrition expert Dr. Ann Kulze checks in with tips for beating the winter blahs and curbing your sweet tooth (the average American swallows 350-475 calories' worth of added sugars each day). The author of Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet also unpacks a study that warns too much sitting can be deadly and answers your nutrition questions.
 
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Monday, December 14, 2009Dr. Anne Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

What's more effective than Vitamin C for preventing colds? Dr. Ann Kulze prescribes another vitamin to help you fight colds, and answers your nutrition questions during her monthly Mid-Morning visit. The wellness expert also explains how to reduce inflammation (the underlying cause of many health problems), and weighs in on whether or not giving vitamins to infants helps ward off food allergies.
 
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Monday, November 09, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Another sweetener has hit the grocery store shelves: SUSTA. Is it a healthy option to sugar? Dr. Ann shares the science-based answer during her November visit that includes the health benefits of coconut water, how to prevent inflammation, and how certain fats can trip up your brain and cause you to eat more.
 
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Monday, October 12, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Thinking of getting pregnant? There's important nutrition news you need to know before you conceive. Dr. Ann Kulze reveals the details during her monthly Mid-Morning visit. The nutrition expert also explains why eating late at night can pack on the pounds, why pairing certain foods result in supercharged health benefits, and why you should spike your tea with a little Vitamin C. Get the science-based answers to your nutrition questions from Dr. Ann Kulze!
 
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Thursday, September 17, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

She's in Fort Wayne and in the Mid-Morning studio: Dr. Ann Kulze! Get a preview of Dr. Ann's "Live Life!" event (tonight at the Grand Wayne Center. Tickets available at the door and at the Anchor Room) from one of today's leading nutrition experts. The author of Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet also shares three ways to curb your cravings for sweets, reveals the results of a study measuring Vitamin D in youth, and answers your nutrition questions.
 
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Monday, August 10, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

There's always an "I didn't know that!" moment when Dr. Ann Kulze unpacks the latest nutrition news. On today's show will it be vinegar's ability to help you burn fat? Why you should cook vegetables whole to get their maximum health benefits? Or why smaller is better when buying produce? Learn a thing or two about improving your health with food from nutrition expert Dr. Ann Kulze. And be ready to call to win one of four pairs of tickets to Dr. Ann's "Live Life!' event, September 17 (go to wbcl.org for the details).
 
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Monday, July 13, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Dr. Ann Kulze delivers wellness pure and simple monthly on Mid-Morning. Today the nutrition expert explains why you need to hold red wine in your mouth before swallowing it to appropriate its benefits. Bet you didn't know that! Learn which summer herbs not only flavor your food, but pack a healthy punch too. And discover yet another benefit of Vitamin D. (In case you haven't heard, Dr. Ann is coming to Fort Wayne on September 17. Want to know when tickets go on sale? Go to wbcl.org and register to receive a heads-up e-mail.)
 
Monday, June 08, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

When it comes to nutrition, few can equal Dr. Ann Kulze's depth of science-based knowledge and passionate delivery. Want to know if vitamin water delivers on its advertised health benefits? Is the maqui berry the new super food? The noted author and speaker reveals the truth, and answers your questions, during her monthly visit. (Be sure to sign-up to receive ticket information for Dr. Ann's September 17th event in Fort Wayne at wbcl.org.)
 
Monday, May 11, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

She's a walking, talking resource on nutrition. Who's she? Dr. Ann Kulze. The sought-after speaker and expert on science-based nutrition explains why you shouldn't eat more than six eggs per week, why a diet loaded with sugar-free foods isn't good for you, and why citric sports drinks are bad news for your child's teeth. And don't miss the first five minutes of the show for a special announcement about Dr. Ann!
 
Monday, April 13, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Are omega-3 supplements overrated? Dr. Ann Kulze responds to new studies with the truth about these fatty acids. The nutrition expert also explains why families that eat together tend to practice good eating habits and discusses the potential danger for men who take folic acid supplements. Do you have a nutrition question? Dr. Ann will answer it during her monthly Mid-Morning visit.
 
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Monday, March 09, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Science appears to support intermittent fasting as a means of controlling your weight. But is it a good idea? Dr. Ann Kulze discusses the pros and cons during her monthly Mid-Morning visit. The nutrition expert also looks at the health benefits of cinnamon, weighs in on a recent study that revealed multivitamins don't improve health, and recommends calming foods for hyperactive kids. And, as always, the phone lines will be open for listeners' questions!
 
Monday, February 09, 2009Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Want the skinny on the newest sweetener to hit supermarket shelves? On today's Mid-Morning, Dr. Ann Kulze evaluates the latest sugar substitute: Truvia. The nutrition and wellness expert unpacks the cancer-protective properties of the four vegetables you're least likely to eat (and provides ways to prepare them that might tempt you to give them a try); and suggests a downsizing tip that's painless, yet can help you lose weight.
 
Friday, January 30, 2009Gut Check Host(s): Lynne Ford

Everything you swallow begins a 30-foot-long journey through your digestive tract. It's a finely tuned system that's easily nudged out-of-whack. Dr. Patricia Raymond explains the causes and treatments of common problems like acid reflux; how antibiotics, ibuprofen and antacids negatively affect gut health; and offers tips for keeping your digestive tract healthy and working efficiently.
 
Tuesday, December 16, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Dr. Ann Kulze makes her final Mid-Morning appearance for 2008 (and she's coming back for more shows in 2009!), discussing the mini but mighty chia seed, why you should pass on post-workout carbs, and the connection between cancer and being overweight. The phone lines will be open for your health and nutrition questions. And be sure to register during the hour to win one of Dr. Ann's "Healthy Grocery Lists". Go to wbcl.org and click on Mid-Morning.
 
Monday, October 13, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Can eating chia seeds (yes, the same seeds that sprout green "fur" or "hair" on your favorite Chia Pet) make you healthier? Dr. Ann Kulze has the answer during her monthly Mid-Morning visit. The nutrition expert also weighs in on the effects of food dyes on children; the relationship between seeds, nuts and diverticulitis; and whether the Mediterranean diet can help fight asthma.
 
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Monday, September 15, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Nutrition expert Dr. Ann Kulze explains the super health benefits of salsa and garlic; and unpacks studies that indicate connections between smoking and strokes and obesity and a higher risk for colorectal polyps. The author of "Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet" (ISBN# 0974832804, Top Ten Wellness and Fitness) answers listeners' nutrition-related health questions as well.
 
Friday, July 25, 2008Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

While it is easy to talk about proper nutrition, it is often difficult in our culture to make healthy food choices. Mona Smith, Registered Dietitian and Fitness Consultant joins Char to talk about making food selections that nourish rather than harm our bodies. And two men, Ed Ferrier and Dr. Marv Eastlund share their stories of how following nutritional and exercise guidelines helped them to lose weight and keep it off.
 
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