Jan 08 2010

Chris and Conrad and Jonny Diaz on the Scott and Kelli Show

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Jan 08 2010


There is a new poll out asking you whether you like Cats or Dogs better! I am not sure who they ask for these polls, but they never ask me! So here is your chance... Kelli says Cats... I say Dogs! What do you say???
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Jan 08 2010

Colt McCoy Wins More Than A Championship!

I admit I was disappointed with the outcome of last night's College Football National Championship game. Alabama had a great season,and deserve a big pat on the back... but the real winner in the game last night was The Gospel. You don't even have to be a sports fan to appreciate Texas Longhorns quarterback Colt McCoy! As a sports fan, I was heartbroken to see Colt get knocked out of the biggest game of his college career, but the lesson that we can all learn from how he handled it was a lesson that will stick with me far longer than a National Championship. Colt showed what it means to love God and let your light so shine before men. I am sure that Colt would have glorified God in his post game speech, if Texas would have won, but I am sure that it wouldn't have had the impact that his parting words did last night. His words, his heart, his display of sportsmanship brought me to tears and inspired me. I hope that you'll take the time to watch this video, and then to pass it on!

Christine Avanti on Budget and Body Friendly Bananas
Sep 24 2010

Christine Avanti on Budget and Body Friendly Bananas

Budget and Body Friendly Bananas



Ever wonder about the benefits of this sweet delicious and versatile fruit?  Well look no further; here is the skinny on bananas.


Banana’s are loaded with potassium which is essential for proper muscle contractions such as pumping of the heart, digestion, and muscle movement.  A few studies have linked low potassium intake to high blood pressure and increased risk of heart disease. 


Bananas are also abundant in tryptophan and essential amino acid that helps the body to produce serotonin – a hormone which provides a calming effect on the brain and creates a stable mood.  It should be noted that essential amino acids such as tryptophan are only obtained through our diet – the body does not produce tryptophan on its own.  Consuming bananas is one of the simplest ways to get tryptophan into our diet.


Bananas are also a high in vitamin B6 which plays a role in the production of hemoglobin and enhancing immunity.  Finally, one banana contains 16% of your daily value of fiber which is known to help lower the risks of diabetes and heart disease. 


The best thing about bananas is that they are very inexpensive; 79 cents per bunch of conventionally grown bananas and 99 cents per bunch of organically grown bananas.  You can toss them into cereal, yogurt parfaits, smoothies, salads and baked goods. 


Check out Christine’s Better Banana Bread---its got only 93 calories per slice, 1.5 gm fat, 18 gm carbs, 2 gm protein!

Get the recipe here:  http://www.christineavanti.com/KLOVE-New-You-In-52.php



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