Smart Health Talk is part of KCAARadio.com, a CNBC Affiliate station. The show airs live every Thursday at 4:00 pm PST and rebroadcast on Sunday at 9:00 am PST.
Smart Health Talk is dedicated to teaching families how to make smart choices that will support health and disease prevention and protect them from unnecessary pesticide, GMO, or toxic exposure.
Anyone can listen live through the internet or their cell phone by going to the KCAARadio.com website and choosing TuneIn or USTREAM. Inland Empire locals can tune in at 1050 AM or 106.5 FM, and those without internet but phone access can call toll free at (832) 999-1050.
Podcasts are posted right after the show and available 24/7 on the KCAARadio.com website. Find the radio show under day and time broadcast, and just listen to the podcast or download and listen anytime on your computer or phone. They can be posted other places and shared as well.
Many podcasts and a load of information on the risks of GMOs (genetically modified organisms), pesticides, chemicals, antibiotics, and other toxins found in food and the environment can be found on the www.SmartHealthTalk.com website.
People have a right to know what is in their food, and have the knowledge on how to protect their families from these unwanted ingredients, while decreasing their risk of chronic disease through smart health choices.
Smart Health Talk has expert guests from national organizations, scientists, health professionals, non profits, school food, farmers, national retailers, and organic manufacturers. We work to help the public understand what they have not been taught, what is now found in our food that was not there 15 years ago, and how these new food changes could impact their health.
We cannot take good health for granted, there are multi million dollar campaigns to keep us from knowing what's in our food, is impacting climate change and all aspects of our environment, and now know more than ever that what we eat could impact our short and long term health.
Helping people understand how to prevent diseases such as heart disease and diabetes could help save the tax payers and the country billions in unnecessary healthcare costs, and ultimately people's lives if they know how to make Smart Health choices.
The host, Elaine McFadden, MPH, RD is a registered dietitian with a Masters in public health and many years of experience with organic and other kinds of farming and how it impacts the quality of our food and ultimately our health.
We try and keep it simple, affordable, and even fun. Please join us.