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Al Gore visits with Oprah TV show about Global Warming Documentary - An Inconvenient Truth DVD

Al Gore visits with Oprah TV show about Global Warming Documentary - An Inconvenient Truth DVD

An Inconvenient Truth DVD

If you haven’t seen the documentary called “An Inconvenient Truth,” you can buy the DVD or rent it at your local video store. Former Vice President of the US, Al Gore, has given up his political career and has become extremely passionate about letting everyone know about what is happening with global warming.

We have all felt the heat this past summer. The weather is getting warmer on average over the last 30 years. But most people have not been aware of the other changes in our environment and weather. Al Gore helped narrate the documentary to show what changes are occurring and some research that points to global warming as the cause.

Things we have to worry about are ocean water rising and possibly consuming coastal regions in our lifetime. In Alaska communities are being moved because of the erosion of the coast. It is costing the government around $100 million to move these Alaskan homes into dry land. This flooding could continue into our lower 48 states along the coast.

Oprah TV show discusses Windfalls and their Pitfalls

Oprah TV show discusses Windfalls and their Pitfalls

The Money Coach's Guide to Your First Million by Lynnette Khalfani

Windfalls can be a wonderful financial break. Oprah discussed with a number of guests how coming into a large sum of money has changed their life. It was a surprising show to see how people handle their money, and how it can cause unwanted stress and problems in their lives.

Oprah’s first guest was a lady that struck it rich in business. She moved to New York and in 2 months time made $60,000. She opened her own shop and in the first year sold 1.2 million at her boutique. Her and her husband lived large. She estimates that she would spend $1,000 a week on eating out at restaurants. She would travel to London and Paris 4 times a year. In this time, she didn’t have a savings account. She instead chose to use drugs because she felt like she wasn’t fitting in with the wealthy. Her drug habit cost her around $600 per day. She estimated that she spent $250,000 in drugs in a year’s time.

Dr. Oz answers questions on Oprah TV Show – You: On A Diet: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management Book

Dr. Oz answers questions on Oprah TV Show – You: On A Diet: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management Book

You: On A Diet: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management (Hardcover)
by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet C. Oz

Dr. Mehmet Oz is co-author of the very popular book called “You: On A Diet: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management” was on the Oprah TV show to further explain ways to improve your diet and lifestyle to lose weight and improve your health.

Dr. Oz shared with Oprah the anatomy of the human brain. Oprah held the cadaver’s human brain in her hands as he pointed out the locations of where the thoughts of food and hunger are located. The lower part of the brain decides and remembers food and not the front of the brain that governs reasoning. This is why we get cravings and hunger that can be so overpowering.

While Dr. Oz says to eat 100 calories less a day, the diet modifications in the change in your food choices will also be fewer calories. He doesn’t say it out right, but by not eating calorie dense sugary and fatty foods, and eating healthier foods will reduce your overall calorie count. You can feel full on fewer calories. Your body could eat the same volume of food and yet consume a considerably less amount of calories. If you ate 100 calories less a day, it would take over 1 month to lose a pound. If you exercised by walking 3 miles in an hour each and every day, you could burn around 2.5 pounds. That would be a total of 3.5 pounds per month. This is not that bad, but on the show he promotes losing a pants size in 10 days. This comes down to the truth, by eating healthier foods; you are eating less calorie dense foods and eating less calories. The benefits from eating more fruits and vegetables and less cookies and cakes is that you will eat less calories and you can feel fuller doing it.

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