Today on the All That Chazz Stress Relief Podcast:
- I update listeners on my tasty success and my bad beef heart recipe on The Wild Diet by Abel James. (The bad beef heart wasn’t Abel’s fault.)
- I give a tip on how I beat a mad craving for something I shouldn’t eat.
- I talk about the social value of food and the implications of making interactions more social and less food-centric.
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Curious about isolation tanks, the dreamscape and warfare with a terrifying race of invading aliens? Check out this week’s featured book, Dream’s Dark Flight.
It’s part of the Dimension War Series, but can be read as a stand alone book. It’s full of kick ass characters, twists and surprises. Try it out here.
*Please note that if you have a health condition or concern, please consult a health care professional before proceeding with any changes to your health maintenance regimen. Don’t take medical advice from a podcast! See your doctor in person for a proper consultation.
Robert Chute is a massage therapist with 24 years experience who works in stress, pain management and injury rehabilitation. A former journalist, Robert is also the author of many books, ranging from non-fiction to science fiction, horror, fantasy and crime thrillers. If you’re interested in his fiction, you’ll find his books under his pen name, Robert Chazz Chute.
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