Category Archives: Health

Award Winning Playwright Towonda Kilpatrick

Dignity is an original play written by award-winning playwright and
producer Towonda Kilpatrick. It explores the stories of eight African
American women struggling with depression, anxiety, and thoughts
of suicide. Dignity is a shockingly bold assessment of mental health
and its effects on families and communities. Presented by Kathleen’s
Dream, Antioch Urban Ministries and Morehouse College and Dignity opens on Saturday, March 30, 2019, 7 pm at Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel @ Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA. The Red-Carpet Experience begins at 6 pm.

Innovative Approaches To Your Health and Wellness

Chevene McLemore

MAXLIFE Anti Aging Men’s Wellness Institute

Chevene will discuss innovative approaches to total male wellness and the opening of the MAXLIFE Anti-Aging Institute.

Terry Sharpe

Beauty and Haircare Professional

Krown Her Beaute

Terry will discuss the alarming health issues associated with women’s hair care products and the launch of her online Beauty and Haircare store along with her own line of organic oils.. www.krownherbeaute.com/

 

Eating your way to a healthy life!

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THIS WEEKS SHOW FEATURE

  • Show Intro – Marc Parham
  • Small Biz News – Martin Pratt
  • From My Big Eyes – Janet Montgomery – Louida Martin, Professional Lifestyle  Blogger
  • Credit Talk – Ira RoyalCAPBld Min – Marc Parham
  • Interview –  Chef Zu talks about how eating a plant based diet can change your life

 

Louida Martin, Professional Lifestyle Blogger in Atlanta.
website: www.ProductReviewMom.com

 

Chef Zu  Bio

Chef Zu specializes in transitional Plant Based Soul Food & Farm-to-Table Cuisine. He is also an “Urban Agriculturalist” as well as a “Holistic Nutritionist” who lectures as well as facilitates community workshops, live demonstrations and cooking classes. Chef Zu focuses on making the connection between urban agriculture and healthy eating habits in many of Atlanta’s less fortunate, underserved & low income communities.

Chef Zu of Kings Apron has formulated a totally plant based cookbook which highlights some of our most innovated vegan, gluten free & raw food recipes. “The cookbook also focuses on dishes that help with healthy detoxification as well as pineal gland decalcification and melanin production” and is due to release early 2018.

Kings Apron has facilitated innovated food programming via live demonstrations, interactive workshops and plant based cooking classes for Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta Public Library System, Kirkwood Boys & Girls Clubs, Georgia Food Oasis, Morehouse College, Fulton County Commissioner 5 Office, Carver Neighborhood Market, Frank McClarin High School, Harlem Grown, Gilliam’s Community Garden and many more non-profits, community based organizations and initiatives.