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Rick Johnson

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HomeWord Daily: Rick Johnson: How a Father’s Love Protects & Empowers His Daughter – Part 2

HomeWord Radio

When a girl learns to respect her father, she is free to live the kind of life God is calling her to live! https://homeword.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/HWJB_20210929_v1.mp3


29 Sep 2021

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HomeWord Daily: Rick Johnson: How a Father’s Love Protects & Empowers His Daughter – Part 1

HomeWord Radio

One of the most important gifts a father can give to his daughter is consistency in parenting. https://homeword.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/HWJB_20210928_v1.mp3


28 Sep 2021

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Committed to making a difference – Rick Johnson

Rescuers radio show

Rick Johnson likes to say his business is really a ministry created by God, working undercover as a fastener company. And that’s not far from the truth – the way he has integrated his faith into the workplace makes him a role model for many businesses. It hasn’t been an easy road – his story talks about failure and success, adversity and ultimately, miracles. Click here to learn more about how Rick offers his employees so much more than a simple paycheck! Click here to learn about RC Fasteners: https://www.rcfastener.com/ Original air date: September 16, 2021See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


17 Sep 2021

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Fructose and Fat Storage: An Evolutionary Perspective with Rick Johnson, MD

The External Medicine Podcast

This conversation was recorded on June 24th, 2021. In this interview, Mitch Belkin and Daniel Belkin speak with Dr. Johnson about fructose and its relationship to fat storage. They discuss uric acid as a cause of kidney inflammation and essential hypertension, how glucose intake can trigger endogenous fructose production, and the relationship between salt and obesity. Finally, they touch on the evolutionary history of uric acid metabolism and the potential role for fructokinase inhibitors in treating metabolic disease.Who is Rick Johnson? Dr. Johnson is a Professor of Nephrology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He is one of the world’s leading experts on fructose. His research focuses on the role of fructose and uric acid in obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and kidney disease. He has over 700 publications, in journals including JAMA and the NEJM. He is also the author of two books for a general audience, The Fat Switch and The Sugar Fix.References Uric Acid levels predicts future hypertension Uric acid and its relationship with pediatric hypertension  Randomized Trial - Allopurinol on hypertensive adolescents  Endogenous fructose production and kidney inflammation High salt diet and endogenous fructose production in mice How osmolality of soup increases blood pressure  Fructose, Uricase, and the Back-to-Africa Hypothesis  Books: 1. The Fat Switch 2. The Sugar Fix  ______________________Follow us @ExMedPod, and sign up for our newsletter at www.externalmedicinepodcast.com/subscribeDaniel Belkin and Mitch Belkin  are brothers and 4th year medical students.  The External Medicine Podcast is a podcast exploring nontraditional medical ideas and innovation. 

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13 Aug 2021

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Episode 10. 10 Great Things Great Dads Do Part #1 w/ Rick Johnson

Disciple Men Podcast

In 2001, bestselling author and speaker Rick Johnson founded Better Dads, based on the urgent need to empower men to lead and serve in their families and communities. Rick’s books have expanded his work to include influencing the whole family, with life-changing insights for men and women on parenting, marriage, and personal growth. Inspiring and equipping through innovative multimedia presentations and seminars, Rick’s resources, methods and personal approach have been transforming the lives of men, women, and their families for over ten years. Rick speaks at many large conferences across the US and Canada and is a popular keynote speaker at men’s and women’s retreats and conferences on parenting and marriage. Rick also speaks at mental health conferences, home schooling conferences, various marriage conferences, and the armed forces. He is a nationally recognized expert in several areas having been asked to deliver papers at venues such as the County of Los Angeles Child Abuse Prevention Conference and the State of New York Fatherhood Conference. Rick’s work with men and fathers was recognized when he was invited to the White House as part of the Champions of Change ceremony in 2012. Prior to becoming a bestselling author and speaker, Rick was a small business owner for 16 years, owning and operating an environmental engineering firm. He attended George Fox University receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management and Organizational Leadership, and has a Masters Degree in Education from Concordia University. He is a veteran of the United States Navy, has served on the Board of Directors for several community and business associations, and coaches high school basketball in his spare time. Rick has been featured in many national publications such as New Man Magazine, Crosswalk.com, Christianity.com, Christianity Today’s Men of Integrity, Relevant Magazine, Pentecostal Evangel, Thriving Family, and Proverbs 31 Ministries Magazine. He is the bestselling author of the books, That’s My Son: How Moms Can Influence Boys to Become Men of Character, Better Dads Stronger Sons: How Fathers Can Guide Boys to Become Men of Character, The Man Whisperer—Speaking a Man’s Language to Bring Out His Best, That’s My Teenage Son: How Moms Can Influence Boys to Become Good Men, and The Power of a Man: Using Your Influence as a Man of Character all by Revell Publishing. http://betterdads.net www.ncmm.org 


23 Jul 2021

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Surprising Causes Of High Fructose And How To Minimize The Damage: Dr Rick Johnson

Anti-Aging Hacks

In part 2 of a fascinating sugar interview with Dr. Rick Johnson, Faraz Khan asks the brass tacks questions regarding fructose that we want to know. 1. What are the most common sources of fructose (hint, it's not fruit, surprisingly) 2. How reducing fructose actually reversed signs of aging in animals 3. A surprising cause of obesity and how to stay skinny You can get the full show notes along with the youtube video on this link: https://antiaginghacks.net/podcast/lower-fructose-for-anti-aging/


22 Jul 2021

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Is Fruit Sugar, or Fructose, The Bigger Problem Behind Obesity, Diabetes and Fatty Liver Disease? Dr Rick Johnson

Anti-Aging Hacks

On this episode of the Anti-Aging Hacks podcast, Dr. Rick Johnson and Faraz Khan discuss the reasons behind the obesity and diabetes epidemic. We discuss the following topics: 1. What are the different types of sugars, simply explained? 2. Why glucose and fructose are almost the same in structure but have such different function? 3. How fructose is metabolized by your body 4. Why insulin resistance is actually a survival mechanism 5. Bonus little story on how gatorade was invented Get the detailed show notes at https://antiaginghacks.net/fructose1


13 Jul 2021

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HomeWord Daily: Rick Johnson – A Wife’s Guide to Understanding Her Husband – Part 2

HomeWord Radio

Men struggle the most with relationships – an area where women excel! Dr. Jim Burns continues his conversation with author Rick Johnson about some practical ways for wives to help bridge this gap and improve their marriages. https://homeword.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/HWJB_20201127_v1.mp3


27 Nov 2020

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HomeWord Daily: Rick Johnson – A Wife’s Guide to Understanding Her Husband – Part 1

HomeWord Radio

It’s no secret that men and women are different – so why do so many wives expect their husbands to think like women? https://homeword.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/HWJB_20201126_v1.mp3


26 Nov 2020

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Spirituality and Psychotherapy with Dr. Rick Johnson - Episode 36

Behavioral Health Today

In this episode, Dr. Rick Johnson, PhD joins Dr. Graham Taylor in a discussion surrounding the meaning of, and the inclusion of, spirituality into the therapeutic process. Together they address the meaning of spirituality, the dangers of reactivity, and ways practitioners bring spirituality into the therapeutic process for a greater awareness. There are three parts to us:  emotional, physical, and spiritual. Through therapy there is an opportunity to explore and embrace all three sides. When we incorporate the spirituality piece, we can incorporate a greater authentic self to understand the life-affirming beliefs that drive us.  For more information on Dr. Rick Johnson visit: https://rickjohnsonphd.com/


27 Oct 2020