Today on Home & Family Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
After 25 years on "The Young and the Restless," Emmy Award winning actor Peter Bergman is celebrating his 19th Emmy nomination! The "Home & Family" audience gives him a warm welcome as he tells us how much he loves being in love both on screen and off. In typical soap opera fashion, Peter has been married and divorced countless times, but in real life, he has one true love. Peter fills us in on his character's current plotline and what his wife thinks of all his steamy love scenes.
"The Young and the Restless" airs weekdays on CBS. #YR
Gluten-Free Mother's Day Breakfast with Molly Sims
Actress, supermodel, and spokeswoman Molly Sims explains the health benefits she's noticed since limiting her family's gluten intake. Today, she shares some gluten-free recipes perfect for Mother's Day. First, she makes fruit and yogurt granola cups, followed by blueberry muffin top waffles. Then, Molly tells us about a designer garage sale she's hosting to raise money for ovarian cancer research.
For more information about Molly Sims and healthy lifestyle, check out her website at
mollysims.com. For the full recipes for Molly's Gluten Free Mother's Day Breakfast Treats, information about Molly's favorite causes, and Udi's products, visit:
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Ssgt. Joey Jones (Ret.)
Ssgt. Joey Jones (Ret.) honorably served in the U.S. armed forces as an explosive ordinance disposal (EOD) technician to dismantle hazardous explosive material, such as bombs. He sustained serious injuries during his deployment in 2010 and discusses his return home and road to recovery. Now, as a wounded warrior, Joey finds that non-profit work for Boot Campaign's Pushups for Charity resonates with him. Drop and give me 50! Pushups for Charity supports the 1.4 million men and women currently serving and seeks to raise $1 million to serve our troops. Between May 17-June 28, do as many pushups as you can in 90 seconds! Pushups for Charity benefits troops with providing jobs, housing, education, wellness, urgent assistance, and family support. Sign up for a local event at pushupsforcharity.com and connect with your hometown heroes.
Judge Cristina Perez
Lawyer and author Judge Cristina Perez discusses a case making all the headlines. Were the taped conversations between V. Stiviano and Clipper's owner Donald Sterling recorded legally? Judge Perez explains that in California, all parties much consent to the recording of a conversation for it to be legal, but this differs state-to-state. Plus, there is the issue on how an alleged third party supposedly obtained and released this audio. Judge Perez discusses the legal ramifications for Sterling and Stiviano and the measures you should take to protect your own privacy in this social media age. Visit cristinaperez.tv. "Justice For All with Cristina Perez" airs on Entertainment Studios HD Network. Check your local listings for air dates.
Wells of Hope with Tanya & Frank Memme
Tanya Memme and her dad Frank are raising awareness about the dire need for clean water and better schools in Guatemala. Since entering retirement five years ago, Frank became involved with Wells of Hope to give those in need access to fresh water and save families from unsanitary conditions. Tanya became inspired to follow her father's lead and has too traveled to the Central American country to lend a hand with building wells and nicer schoolhouses. Tune in tomorrow for more on how their most recent trip impacted them. Find out more about Wells of Hope and how you can help bring fresh water and education to millions by visiting WellsofHope.com.
How to Pamper Mom on Mother's Day with Matt Rogers
Matt Rogers' family has a lot to celebrate this Mother's Day with a baby girl on the way. It's all up to him and sons Brayden and Mason to shower their mom with love and treat her to a day off this Sunday. They share their plans to serve her breakfast in bed and help with chores, such as folding laundry made fresh by lavender joy and blue iris bliss Snuggle Scent Boosters. Plus, the boys have fun painting their handprints on an apron. Check out TV personality and country singer Matt Rogers at mattrogersusa.com.
Cristina Cooks Strawberry & Nectarine Crisp
Cristina incorporates one of her favorite fruits into her recipe today: nectarines! Since strawberries are ripe and in season, she makes strawberry and nectarine crisp with pine-nut crumble. And, Cristina couldn't be any more excited about the brown butter almond brittle ice cream to go along with it.
Summer Sun Safety for Your Kids with Dr. JJ Levenstein
Board certified pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein, MD, FAAP is here to warn us about the dangers of the sun. She educates us on the latest statistics of how childhood sunburns can increase the risk of developing melanoma. Dr. Levenstein shows us various ways to protect our skin from the harmful rays. It's important to cover up when possible and wear hats. For flesh that is exposed, apply SPF30 and remember to reapply regulary. She explains the different types of sunblock on the market, physical sunblock for babies and chemical sunblock. Once you're lathered up, you're ready for a fun summer in the sun!
1. See your dermatologist every year for a skin exam.
2. Use a water-resistant, broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher. 3. Never use UV tanning booths. 4. Wear sun protective clothing when exposed to sunlight. 5. Examine your skin every month for new sun blemishes. 6. Avoid sun tanning! 7. Reapply sunscreen every two hours when outdoors or immediately after swimming. Products & Discount Codes:
Rit Sun Guard Laundry Treatment is available at www.amazon.com.
For fun UV protective swim wear, visit gruvywear.com and get 20% off all products through May using the discount code "jj20."
Get 15% of Babiators kids sunglasses when you use discount code "hallmark'" at babiators.com.
Get 20% off Snapperrock hats and swimwear during May. Use promo code "hallmark" at snapperrock.com.
For 20% off of ALL MD MOMS products through May 17, enter "HFSUN" at MdMoms.com.
For more info on sun safety, visit mdmoms.com.
Coconut Water & Milk with Sophie Uliano
Sophie Uliano teaches us about the origin of coconut water and why she considers the electrolyte and potassium-rich liquid "nature's Gatorade." She explains that raw coconut water is better than water found in a carton because it contains less sugar and hasn't been heat treated or pasteurized. Coconut milk, however, comes from the flesh of the coconut. It's also sold in boxes or cans and is an easy-to-digest fat, but pay close attention to the calorie count. Today, Sophie demonstrates how to make homemade coconut milk in a high speed blender.
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