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04/06/2017
27 minutes
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When does a ‘healthy diet’ become unhealthy? This week the Food Chain looks at Orthorexia Nervosa - an unofficial term used to describe an eating disorder where people restrict their diet based on the quality of food, rather than its quantity. The BBC’s Emily Thomas talks to women who have suffered from following extreme healthy diets, and hears how their internet use influenced their eating behaviour. We also hear from the people trying to help those whose quality of life is being destroyed in their pursuit of quality food. If you or someone you know has been affected by eating disorders please see the links to resources at the bottom of this page. Photo: Woman rejecting water and lettuce Credit: Getty Images
04/20/2017
about 2 hours
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Charlamagne Tha God and Andrew Schulz are joined by author Michael Malice to discuss everything going on in North Korea, and Charlamange The God talk about his new book “#Blackprivilege Opportunity Comes To Those Who Create It" Which is available now! Order your copy here http://cthabook.com
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04/06/2017
about 1 hour
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It’s hard to imagine honest, revelatory, even enjoyable conversation between people on distant points of American life right now. But in this public conversation with Krista at the Citizen University annual conference, Matt Kibbe and Heather McGhee show us how. He's a libertarian who helped activate the Tea Party. She's a millennial progressive leader. They are bridge people for this moment — holding passion and conviction together with an enthusiasm for engaging difference, and carrying questions as vigorously as they carry answers.
04/20/2017
about 1 hour
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As an anthropologist on the frontier of seeing inside our brains, Helen Fisher explores the thrilling and sometimes treacherous realms of love and sex. In the research she does for Match.com and her TED talks that have been viewed by millions of people, she wields science as an entertaining, if sobering, lens on what feel like the most meaningful encounters of our lives. And in this deeply personal conversation, she shows how it is possible to take on this knowledge as a form of wisdom and power. This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Helen Fisher — This Is Your Brain on Sex." Find more at onbeing.org.
08/18/2017
36 minutes
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How often do you turn to your device for answers about health concerns, creating travel plans, where to eat, and directions to get there? If your answer is “All the time,” you’re not alone. But could our dependence on tech be inhibiting us from thinking critically and making decisions? While the jury is out about whether or not our tech is really dumbing us down, there might be some evidence that we are relying on tech to perform things that used to define us as uniquely human. In this Komando on Demand podcast, I’ll introduce you to some scary-smart experts who will help me tackle tough topics about technology and psychology.
10/20/2016
44 minutes
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Chef Katie Button is a Southern chef with a scientific mind who honed her craft at some of the world’s best restaurants, including elBulli. She is the executive chef and co-owner of Cúrate Tapas Bar and Nightbell in Asheville, North Carolina, where she has earned world-wide recognition and accolades. Chef Button is devoted to high-quality, sustainable cuisine and excellent service. Born in London and raised, chef Preeti Mistry’s innovative cooking is inspired by her multicultural background, Indian heritage and world travels. With almost 12 years in the industry, Preeti’s culinary adventure began at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy in London where she studied culinary arts. After moving back to the US she went on to hold Executive Chef roles at the deYoung Museum, the Legion of Honor in San Francisco and Google HQ in Mountain View, CA. She was also a contestant on season six of Bravo’s Top Chef in the U.S. Preeti is currently working on a cookbook set to be published by Running Press in Spring 2018.
03/30/2017
about 2 hours
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A single voice of integrity and searching can be a window into a whole world. Layli Long Soldier is a writer, a mother, a citizen of the U.S. and of the Oglala Lakota Nation. Her book of poetry, "WHEREAS," is an innovative response to the congressional resolution of “Apology to Native Peoples,” which was tucked inside the 2010 Department of Defense Appropriations Act. She offers entry points for us all — to events that are not merely about the past, and to the freedom real apologies might bring. This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Layli Long Soldier — The Freedom of Real Apologies." Find more at onbeing.org.