Bible Trivia @ 9am
Spotlight Chicago @ 10:30a
The All Request Hour @ 11a
Q- who received a letter from David, telling him to put Uriah in the heat of battle?
A- Joab (2 Samuel 11: 4, 15)
Studies now show that identifying -- and effectively treating -- people who are HIV-positive early in the course of their infections will not only reduce sickness and deaths for those patients but will also reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others. That’s because the antiretroviral medications keep the levels of virus low in a patient’s body.
For those reasons, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force this month released draft advice for the government and U.S. physicians proposing that HIV screens should be routine for most people -- not just those whose behavior puts them at high risk. A commentary by AIDS experts published in the Canadian journal CMAJ suggested the same thing for our neighbors to the north. The advice is in line with CDC guidelines as well as with ones from a variety of medical groups.
OK, let's get right into it. The truth is that it's not the caffeine in green coffee that helps with weight loss as many might think. In fact, the key to weight loss is a very important active compound called Chlorogenic Acid found inside green coffee beans.
Chlorogenic Acid works by inhibiting the release of glucose in the body while at the same time boosting the metabolism or the "burning" of fat in the liver. These two mechanisms combined work together to inhibit the absorption of fat and eliminate weight gain.
You might wonder if you can get the same effects from the coffee you drink with breakfast in the morning – and the answer is no. When you roast coffee beans to give them that distinct color, aroma and flavor, you are also removing the Chlorogenic Acid, which is the key to healthy weight loss. Green Coffee Beans, in contrast, are un-roasted, have little aroma, are bitter, and contain over 50% Chlorogenic Acid.