ATLANTA — Authors Dr. Jamie Noll and attorney Caitlin Herndon announce the release of their new books, “The 95% Vegan Diet” and “The 95% Vegan Diet Workbook,” where they guide readers to a successful vegan diet plans and routines.
The 95% Vegan Diet” is a scientifically credible resource to educate readers on exactly how they can adopt a healthy vegan diet without demanding 100 percent perfection. This book will inspire and guide readers to take control of their nutritional and overall health. Readers will learn how to plan a 95 percent vegan diet with adequate protein and other nutrients, how to customize their very own 95 percent vegan weight loss plan, the meaning of their blood work and how to improve the results, how to decipher the health claims they see on nutritional supplements, and many more health-beneficial lessons. Continue reading
Taste of the NFL (a NFL-sanctioned nonprofit raising awareness and dollars for hunger relief, and host of the premier event of Super Bowl Weekend ) is on the #BarberShopSports radar in time for #GivingTuesday coverage, roundups and follow-ups. Taste of the NFL combines food, sports and giving to do some amazing work in communities around the country to end hunger in America. Continue reading
As a native New Orleanian I can tell you more than a thing or two about my beloved New Orleans Saints. One thing I don’t have to tell you is that the Saints were publicly flogged in front of a national audience on the most recent edition of Monday Night Football. The blowout at least for the time being showed the football watching world who is the undisputed number one team in the NFC. Continue reading
I’ve seen some asinine things in my days of observing sports but the recent actions of Jason Kidd, Mike Tomlin, and Kevin McHale rank right up there with some of the worst ever. No matter the sport there are always many variables that can affect the outcome of a game. Lack of preparation, poor execution, weather conditions, and who can forget when the men in the zebra stripes also known as the referees that sometimes make blatantly awful calls. It seems now that head coaches are joining the buffoonery as the three aforementioned coaches take center stage with bizarre highly unprofessional moves that have left us all scratching our heads. Continue reading
A few years ago, I wrote an article about the RISE OF THE TIGHT END. It detailed the shift in the NFL from the all-purpose back to the TE. Today, there is one prototype HYBRID (Wide Receiver / Tight End) in the NFL – that person is Jimmy Graham. There is no way to discount the greatness of offensive guru – New Orleans Head Coach Sean Payton. While I’m not a fan of the #WhoDat Nation – it’s foolish not to recognize how potent the offense has been over the past several years. The fan base finally moved on from Greg Williams and #DC Rob Ryan has the Saints defensive engine in fifth gear. So, Hez – there you have it – I said something “Nice” about your Saints. Now – back to the story – while “Gronk” was unable to stay healthy over an extended period of time – Hernandez was ERASED from this reality — Graham grabbed the mantle as the NFL’s premier tight end. (Honorable mention to Jason Witten / Tony Gonzalez) Continue reading
Splish and Splash don’t you dare laugh. I’m going to tell you why the Golden State Warriors are going to win the Western Conference this year. After last year’s playoff run and disappointing loss to the Spurs in 6 games, this year’s playoffs will end differently.
The obvious main reason for the Warriors is Stephen Curry, after breaking out last year and showing the NBA nation what a monster player he is, this year he will be even better. Teamed up with Klay Thompson in the back could make them the mostly deadly 3 point combination in the NBA if not history of the league. Both are young players and continue to improve their game. Continue reading
While we were covering our feature segment from last weeks show “Not So Incognito” and the panel were giving their varying opinions I was gravely disturbed by an article I stumbled across. I thought I was just tired and misreading an article that had a headline that said and I quote “Richie Incognito considered ‘an honorary black man’ by Dolphins teammates”. I forget exactly who was making a point at the time but I was so upset that I had to interject about what I had just seen. Now as I write this blog I had to load up Dr. Dre The Chronic and play Dre Day specifically because it’s going to be this kind of piece. If you recall Dre was sour over all the hard work he put in with N.W.A. only to find out his so called brother Eazy-E was taking all the profit and leaving him with crumbs basically. Continue reading
The right of free press and freedom of speech are something I defend and support at all costs.
But I can’t get behind the irresponsible journalism that is taking place nowadays regarding Jameis Winston. “Famous” Jameis Winston, at this point in his young football and student life, has been essentially blemish-free. His name
is listed as a front runner for the Heisman Trophy, and is heralded as an excellent leader of a National
Championship contending Florida State University Seminoles football team. Continue reading
You can’t talk about the best safeties to play the game of football and not mention Ed Reed. He played for the University of Miami Hurricanes from 1997-2001 and won a National Title in his senior year with them in ’01 and then went on to the NFL Draft in April of 2002. In that draft he was a first round pick selected #24 overall by the Baltimore Ravens. In his rookie season he started all 16 games for the Ravens and ended with 85 tackles 1 sack and 5 interceptions. Next season he made his first Pro-Bowl and finished that season with 71 tackles and 7 Interceptions. Continue reading
Here’s a tip sheet for you. Take each day, one step at a time, and you will see the results you expect! Ask any questions as they arise! 1) Log each day on an ONLINE DASHBOARD. It is important that … Continue reading