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Sep 28, 2016

There are all kinds of diet formulae everywhere! If you have already given up on all of them, try Tanya’s.  Tanya Zuckerbrot, MS, RD, is an internationally-known dietitian and the creator of the renowned F-Factor™ Diet, the only dietitian-created program for weight loss and optimal health that is based on scientifically proven fiber-rich nutrition. She has scientifically-developed The F-Factor™ Diet,   where the F stands for fiber. She  also authored 2 best-selling weight-loss books: The F-Factor Diet: Discover the Secret to Permanent Weight Loss  and The Miracle Carb Diet: Make Calories and Fat Disappear – with Fiber. She also holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Food Studies from New York University and completed a two-year dietetic internship at NYU Medical Center. She and her team at F-Factor™ have been helping people with health issues.  Using this scientific diet, she has lowered cholesterol deposits, reversed diabetes, reduced excess weight, reversed cardiovascular conditions, and restored people’s health.

Show Notes

  • What is the F-Factor diet made of?
  • How do diabetic patients benefit from it
  • What happens when cardio patients, reversed their cholesterol with the F-Factor diet
  • How the diet helps to manage sugar and excessive weight
  • What kind of carbs are good for the health
  • Is alcohol bad for people who want to lose weight
  • Why the F-Factor diet is equivalent to working out
  • Why you don’t easily feel hungry with this diet
  • Why fiber makes weight-loss easier
  • What it is that Tanya would have done differently
  • Loss of muscle tissues slows metabolism. Anything that builds muscles can help maintain normal metabolism.
  • How to be lean but strong

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Sep 21, 2016

Jamiee Newberry is a professional experimenter, writer and keynote speaker. She’s also the mother of two girls and two cats . She’s inspired by fun, Muppets, Disney and a good sprinkling of rebellion.

She’s the Founder of Picture This Clothing, and if you haven’t seen her clothing line for children, you have been living under a rock! She’s everywhere with an innovative new way to “wear your imagination”!


Let’s listen as Jaimee also discusses: 



  • How Jaimee gets a huge amount of press for her launch
  • What Picture This Clothing is and how it started
  • Why it’s important for a child to “wear their imagination”
  • How she brought imagination to life
  • What she’s done to be everywhere……TechCrunch didn’t hurt!
  • Her process for working out the logistics of making the product happen.
  • T-Shirts are coming, so it won’t just be dresses in the future.
  • How she handles hate mail - yes, even she has to deal with it!
  • Her big “WOW” so far!
  • The special detail she does for each and every order.
  • What Jaimee is focused on right now
  • There’s a book in the works!

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Sep 14, 2016

Our guest, Lesley Pyle, the founder and president of Hire My Mom and Home-Based Working Moms (HBWM), has been featured in Seattle Times, Fox Business, Redbook magazine, Parenting magazine, First for Women magazine, ABC News,,  iVillage Live TV program,, Yahoo Finance, Clarion Ledger, Real Ways to Earn, and in other television shows  and print media.

Pyle graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in Journalism / Public Relations from Texas State University. She received a master's degree in Public Relations from the University of Sterling in Scotland while on a full academic scholarship from Rotary International as an Ambassador of Goodwill.


After the birth of her first child in 1995, Lesley founded HBWM to help parents share ideas, network,  and support one another in parenting and entrepreneurship. She quit her full-time job and focused on   her home business in public relations and marketing. These are the highlights of the podcast:


  • How Lesley pioneered a home-based business to be able to care for her newborn child
  • She set up work-at-home movement with a girls’ club, professional women, and  entrepreneur moms
  • It was really hard to make ends meet at the start of her home-based work
  • What Home-Based Working Moms is
  • What Hire My Mom is
  • She wrote news releases and some
  • 90% of her site audience are looking for home-based work while caring for family
  • The most popular virtual job
  • May jobs can be done from home - virtual administrator post, social media management, writing, blogging, and web development
  • She gets many referrals from satisfied clients
  • Employers can post jobs for free
  • The options for members - free membership and upgraded premium membership
  • Problems and issues in this kind of business
  • How Lesley overcomes these problems
  • The tools of her trade
  • Keeping up with competition
  • Her current goals
  • Quotable quote: If you’re not moving ahead, then you’re moving backward




Websites: Hire My Mom  ;


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Sep 8, 2016

This episode features Joya Dass, the American TV anchor of NY1 and host of the popular Saturday morning entertainment show AVS and a former Film Director at The Rockefeller Foundation. She has been onTV for the past 18 years already. She lives in New York City but dreams of settling down in Frankfurt when it’s time for her to settle down.


Joya is a speaker, emcee, and moderator. Her 18 years in television enables her to support a women’s networking initiative called “LadyDrinks”  (  to host monthly  events designed to assist small business entrepreneurs of South Asia.  Under her production outfit, Joya Dass Productions, she has produced and directed a series of photo essays and social justice documentary films.

Show Notes:

  • How she moved forward from childhood where she witnessed her mom being a victim of domestic violence
  • The positive attitude she maintained to achieve success in life and career
  • What “LadyDrinks” is.
  • Her work as Co-Founder and President at LadyDrinks
  • Her work as Business News Anchor at NY1 News
  • Why she loves networking and bringing people together
  • Her former job titles
  • The meaning of her name “Joya”
  • What is “Devi Story Lab”?



- I get so much joy in creating magnificent events. I just love it when I look around the room and see that everybody is laughing and their interaction is happening organically, without much prompting from me.

-  Yoga is a big part of my life.  I work out with friends to achieve work-life balance. 


Email:  joya(at)lady-drinks(dot)com

FB Page: American TV Anchor  Women’s  Network Initiative-

FB Personal (Joya Dass personal Facebook link)