Velvete Womack, our wellness commentator and owner of Balanced Newtrition in Rockwall, says studies show being grateful is beneficial to your overall health, including making your heart and brain healthier.
Blacklands Cafe. Our wellness commentator, Velvete Womack, is the guest. KETR, John Mark Dempsey.
Dr. Velvete Womack, our wellness commentator and owner of Balanced Newtrition in Rockwall, reviews a Mayo Clinic article that advises caution in using complementary and alternative medicine. The article reminds us not to take information about supplements and other products on the Internet at face value.
Paul Voss, the manager of Commerce Chamber of Commerce, says the annual Chamber banquet Friday, March 15 at the A&M-Commerce Rayburn Student Center will have a Kentucky Derby theme. Paul discusses various new businesses opening in downtown Commerce. Paul says a grand opening for the remodeled Alliance Bank will take place Thursday, April 18.
Sam Walker, executive director of Alumni Engagement at Texas A&M-Commerce and former Lions head men's basketball coach, says he thinks the men's team has a bid to the NCAA Division 2 tournament locked up going into the Lone Star Conference basketball tournament in Frisco Thursday-Sunday (March 7-10), but he thinks Lion women probably need to win at least one game in the conference tournament to qualify.
Sarah Latham, Hunt County Agrilife Extension Agent, discusses the nutritional benefits of spinach, which enjoyed a 29% increase in Texas production from 2006-2016. Sarah also discusses using electric multi-cookers, one of which has the brand name of Instapot, and which have become very popular for steam cooking food very fast. But while they're convenient, it's important to learn to use them safely. And Sarah says the