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Black Family Table Talk

Tony and Toni Henson

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Black Family Table Talk is a "kitchen table style" podcast and blog created to candidly share and discover ways to build a strong family. We are the voice for Black families. BlackFamilyTableTalk.com
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When Elizabeth Short, also known as The Black Dahlia, was brutally killed in 1947, it gripped the entire country. More than 70 years later, it remains America's most infamous unsolved murder. Many believe Dr. George Hodel was the killer, thanks to an investigation by Hodel's own son. But murder is just part of the Hodel family story, one filled with horrifying secrets that ripple across generations. Now, through never-before-heard archival audio and first-time interviews, the Hodel family op ...
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This podcast is all about the power of a plant-based diet to prevent, treat, and sometimes even reverse many of the chronic health issues plaguing both adults and children alike. As a pediatrician, I'm passionate about supporting families in their efforts to give their children a solid foundation of healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime. We will discuss hot topics in infant, child, and teen nutrition, bust common myths about feeding kids, learn how to turn a picky eater into a food ...
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This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, pic ...
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. Episode 22 of Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black features a conversation with special guest Dr. Vicki Petz Kasper, a dual board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist and lifestyle medicine physician, and current chief medical officer of Equilibrium Medical. The discussion centers on nutrition in pregnancy, empha…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. Episode 21 of Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black, the final part of a three-part series, is dedicated to exploring the truth about plant-based meat alternatives. The episode begins with a recap of the journey, from practical diet shift strategies in part one, to taste-testing plant-based meats in part two. Dr.…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. 🍏🤯 Want to why kids often dislike veggies and how your sense of taste changes over time? 🦠👄 Did you know the bacteria in your mouth can affect how you perceive flavors? ✈️🍅 Wonder why tomato juice tastes better on a plane? It's not just you! Find out the science behind this phenomenon and many more fascina…
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If you enjoyed Root of Evil, you may also like Unraveled: The Long Island Serial Killer, from ID. The Unraveled investigation continues with a 5-episode deep dive series. In this deep dive, we're going beyond the headlines to discuss several topics in more detail. These topics include the call Suffolk County didn’t want you to hear, and what it tel…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. In episode 19 of the 'Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black' podcast, Dr. Black and her sister, Wendy, a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, delve into the world of plant-based meat alternatives. This episode, part two of a three-part series, is designed to assist listeners in transitioning to a …
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. In episode 18 of 'Eat Your Greens' hosted by Dr. Black, the focus is on helping listeners transition to a plant-based lifestyle with ease. The episode features a conversation with Dr. Michelle Miller, discussing the challenges and strategies of embracing plant-based eating within their family to support th…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. On episode 17 of ‘Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black,' listeners are treated to Five Fun Facts about leafy greens. Have you ever wondered why kale is called a ‘super food’? Did you know there are over 100 varieties of lettuce! From iceberg to arugula, leafy greens are more diverse than you think. In this episo…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. In an engaging journey through the grocery store aisles, 'Eat Your Greens' hosts, Dr. Black and Mae Parrish, dissect the realities behind food labeling and marketing practices, focusing on a variety of items including snacks, baby yogurt, frozen meals, cereals, and meats. They challenge the veracity of hea…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. This episode of Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black delves into the complexities of food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities in children, emphasizing the differences between them. A personal story from a mother, Carli, highlights the severe reaction (FPIES) her son had to oatmeal, underscoring the challe…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. 🌿☕ Did you know that coffee is more than just your morning pick-me-up? Dive into the fascinating history and health benefits of coffee on the latest episode of the Eat Your Greens podcast! In episode 14, Dr. Black introduces a new format called 'Five Fun Facts' and focuses on coffee, described as 'magical …
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. I have a big announcement! EYG is celebrating 1,000 downloads! Thank you to all the listeners who have helped me reach this important first milestone. I appreciate each and every one of you! To say thanks, I've created a free guide with over 20 tips on how to transition to a plant-forward lifestyle. To get…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. This episode of Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black is a MUST for parents with infants. Today, I’m talking about introducing solid foods to babies. You will learn about a wide range of topics including spotting the signs of readiness, the best feeding strategies, the recommended order of introducing foods, and …
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. This episode of 'Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black' explores the complex issue of food insecurity, its impact on individuals and communities, and potential interventions. Guests Leslie Jordan Garcia, an expert in eating disorders and food equity, and Lisa Young, the executive director of the Hays County Food …
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. In episode 11 of Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black, listeners head to college to learn about the microbiome and its vital role in maintaining overall health. Dr. Black is joined by Dr. Micaela Vargas from the Department of Biology at Texas State University, and they discuss the complex and fascinating aspects…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. Does your baby or toddler scrunch up their face and push really hard when making a dirty diaper? Does your child clog up the toilet when they go number two? Or do their poops look like little pebbles? Do they try to hold it in because it’s painful to go to the bathroom? If so, you’ve come to the right plac…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. Join Dr. Angela Black in this episode of 'Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black' as she discusses the immense benefits of incorporating fiber into your family's meal plans. As an experienced pediatrician, Dr. Black shares valuable insights from her career and scientific studies about how a plant-based diet loaded…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. Plant-based diets are often perceived as being more expensive, but this is not necessarily true. Contrary to popular belief, plant-based meals don't have to drain our wallet. In this small byte episode, we’ll talk about how to ditch the expensive junk in favor of affordable plant-based meals that will suit…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. This episode features an interview with local chef and restaurant owner Andrew Silver of Fresco in San Marcos. The conversation starts with Silver's backstory, his journey from Massachusetts to Texas, and how he started in the restaurant industry. He talks about his restaurant's focus on healthy, uniquely …
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. In this episode, Dr. Black takes a New Year's dive into the world of fad diets, dissecting the common New Year's resolution to 'get healthier'. She discusses many popular diets, including the keto diet, paleo diet, and the carnivore diet, presenting their advantages and risks backed by scientific evidence.…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. In this 'Small Byte' episode of 'Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black', pediatrician Dr. Angela Black gives tips, tricks and hacks for maintaining a healthy, plant-based diet during the holiday season. She emphasizes the importance of planning, goal setting, and flexibility in managing holiday eating habits, and…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. In the inaugural episode of the 'Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black' podcast, Dr. Black introduces herself, her motivation to start the podcast and her passion for pediatric health and nutrition. She also shares her journey in medical school and a few clinical experiences. The episode includes discussions with…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. This episode is the second of a two-part series examining the overall health of the US population and how what we eat can have a huge impact on our health, for good or bad. In the first episode, I defined what the Standard American Diet is - how we are choosing processed convenience foods over more nutrien…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. This episode is the first of a two-part series examining the overall health of the US population and how what we eat can have a huge impact on our health, for good or bad. In this first episode, I take a look at what the USDA's Dietary Guidelines for Americans has to say about what we here in the US and ot…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. When I talk with families in the office about healthy eating, one of the most common things I hear from parents is that they genuinely want to feed their kids right, but they’re just too busy. In episode two of Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black, I share some of the tips that I have learned from 20 years of co…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. I want to tell you a little more about what you can expect with the Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black Podcast. If you want to improve your own health, and the health of your family, this is the podcast for you - and let me be clear - that describes every single family I have encountered in my 20+ years of pra…
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Join Tony and Toni as they sit down with Shannon and Domanicka Dailey and hash out the basics of making a marriage work. Here's what's covered in this episode: The significance of building and sustaining a solid groundwork while navigating through relationships. The struggle of investing trust in the world rather than placing it in the teachings of…
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Text Dr. Black your questions or comments. Eat Your Greens with Dr. Black is a new podcast all about the power of a plant-based diet, where we talk about current trends in infant and child feeding, bust myths about fad diets, and dive deep into how to give kids the best chance at a lifetime of health free of the chronic diseases that often plague a…
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Join Tony and Toni as they sit down with Liz Craven. This podcast aims to foster empathy and understanding for caregivers while inspiring meaningful conversations about the broader societal implications of caregiving. By examining its challenges and blessings, we strive to shed light on the transformative power of caregiving and encourage a more co…
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This week's guest is Cedric Nash, a serial entrepreneur, investor, wealth coach, and author of Why Should the White Guys Have All the Wealth? He is the father of three who shares the basic principles, formulas, and tools of building wealth. He is committed to promoting wealth in the Black community and disclosing the principles that took him from t…
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Darlene Wilkins shares with Tony and Toni, the incredible journey that took her from a Pulitzer Prize team-winning photojournalist to a world-renowned master quilter. She shares how listening to God gave her a life beyond her wildest dreams. From our Sponsor: Everybody has financial goals — that’s why it’s important to start building up your credit…
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The wisdom of Dr. Herbert Harris will "blow your mind". Dr. Harris offers groundbreaking insight on how to start where you are, shape your mind to overcome any obstacle in relationships, change your financial circumstance, and win in life. Grab a cup of java and join Tony and Toni Henson on Black Family Table Talk with this incredible author of the…
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Tony and Toni sit down with advocate, author, and defense attorney Kristin Henning to reveal the truth about the juvenile justice system that every Black parent must hear. A real-life super-shero fighting every day to fight racial injustice in the U.S. penal system. "We've got to shift the narrative to see and treat Black children as children." Lis…
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Grab a double shot for this one! An intriguing young lady, Gabrielle Budder, joins Black Family Table Talk to candidly share her story of being stripped of her Cherokee heritage, raised in a cult, and finding her way back to discover who she was really created to be. Sponsored by: The Ms. Pat Show. Season 2 now streaming only on BET+. To learn more…
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CNN's Emmy award-winning host, W. Kamau Bell joins the Black Family Table Talk to shed light on what it will take to realize his dream of living in a true anti-racist society. Check out his new book: Do the Work!: An Antiracist Activity Book Sponsored by: The Ms. Pat Show. Season 2 now streaming only on BET+. To learn more, visit BET.plus Stream Bl…
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Learning how to be better and do better in relationships is not easy, but it's worth it. Join Tony and Toni with relationship expert Dana Che Williams. Sponsored by ABTF Travels: Arts and Cultural Experiences. For details visit: AtlantaBTF.org/travels Support the showโดย Tony and Toni Henson
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This week Tony and Toni sit down with two entrepreneurs, Monte Weaver and Ariel Smith. They've found unique ways to make a lucrative living doing unusual things that they absolutely love! Monte Weaver's Community Group Before You Launch Your Food Truck Book by Ariel Smith(For 10% off use promo code: BFTT22). Sponsored by ABTF Travels: Arts and Cult…
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In this explosive episode of Black Family Table Talk, we cut to the bone examining the cause of anti-Blackness in our culture. Dr. Jill Wener is our courageous guest. She is the co-creator of a self-study course called Conscious Anti-Racism: Tools for Self Discovery, Accountability, and Meaningful Change. (Take 15% off with promo code: BFTT15) Spon…
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Dr. Decoteau J. Irby sits down with Tony and Toni to give practical tips on how you can make sure your children are being treated fairly in school. Sponsored by ABTF Travels: Arts and Cultural Experiences. For details visit: AtlantaBTF.org/travels Support the showโดย Tony and Toni Henson
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Drekkia Writes shares her story of being kicked out of high school, drowning in toxic relationships and using poetry to become an author, sought-after corporate trainer, and a millennial game changer. Sponsored by ABTF Travels: Arts and Cultural Experiences @ AtlantaBTF.org/travels Support the showโดย Tony and Toni Henson
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Toni takes a few moments to share her private thoughts about the tough lessons she's had to learn about love. This episode also includes some excerpts of poetry from her best-selling poetic memoir, LET IT GO: Queens Gotta ****, Too! This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For more information abo…
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Nicole Bailey takes a seat on Black Family Table Talk to share a personal journey of pregnancy and birth. She explains how to avoid situations many new mothers find themselves in (like Serena and Beyonce) and ways to prepare for a peace-filled birthing experience. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Bod…
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Tony and Toni have a VERY candid conversation with two Black physicians to challenge the efficacy of the Covid vaccine in the Black community. To find vaccines near you, visit vaccines.gov. This episode is paid for by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Together We Can Do This! Support the show…
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In this episode, we sit down with the young Georgian, who Black Enterprise Magazine calls "The Leader of the Ghanian Renaissance". L. Nzingha Samuel is fiercely determined to build safe communities for Black people to come home, back to the Motherland. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For …
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Milagros Phillips sits down with Tony and Toni and shares some mind-blowing revelations through her studies about indoctrination and how we can truly heal from the trauma of racism. Milagros Phillips is a keynote speaker, TEDx presenter, four times author, and certified coach. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored…
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Tony and Toni sit down with actress, author, and motivational speaker, Ivory Shields. Ivory shares an eye-opening story about how she used her childhood trauma to find her truth by protecting her thoughts. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For more information about our guests, special offe…
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The "Willie Lynch" letter purports to be an account of a speech given by a slave owner, in which he tells other slave masters that he has discovered the "secret" to controlling black slaves--setting them against one another. Join Tony and Toni as they sit down with filmmaker, Ron Elliott Jr to discuss his latest project Die Willie Die. This week's …
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This week we sit down with Julia Royster. She teaches us that "living your best life" means living in your truth and not the truth of someone else. It means living the life that you were meant to live and being okay with it deep down inside yourself and not based on what others think, believe, or approve of. This week's episode of Black Family Tabl…
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Join Tony and Toni as they sit down with author, Ted Santos. Ted shares his theory on how to build foundational, long-lasting relationships from his new book, Here’s Why You Can’t Find Love. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For more information about our guests, special offers, and discoun…
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