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"Hello and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself and on this show we focus on I want just to take a moment and tell you about how important your liver health is. In fact, if you're suffering from low energy brain fog or unexplained belly fat, the problem could be your liver. You may not know it, but your liver is the foundation for good health. It performs more than 500 key functions like filtering toxins, breaking down nutrients and keeping your cholesterol in check. But over time your liver can start to wear down and that's when you get energy crashes, belly fat and trouble with your memory and concentration. Fortunately there's a simple solution. It's called Liver Health Formula. Liver Health Formula contains 11 powerful herbs and nutrients, things like milk thistle that are clinically proven to recharge and revitalize your liver. It also helps protect against fatty liver, which is a silent epidemic affecting 100 million Americans. Liver Health Formula is manufactured in the US and it's approved by many American health professionals. And as a listener of this show, you can try Liver Health Formula and receive a free bottle of nano powered Omega -3 to keep your heart and brain healthy when you order today. So what a great deal, you get Liver Health Formula and a free bottle of nano powered Omega -3. Just go to getliverhelp .com forward slash jockers and claim your free bonus gift. Again that's getliverhelp .com, G -E -T -L -I -V -E -R -H -E -L -P .com forward slash jockers. That will get you your Liver Health Formula and your free bottle of nano powered Omega -3. So take advantage of that deal today. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular YouTube videos on the best time to burn fat. Most people think it's when you're exercising, but in this podcast I go through the truth about burning belly fat, burning fat, and how to do it all night while you're sleeping. That is one of the key tips. So I go through exactly what to do. So you can turn your body into a lean, mean, fat burning machine where you can burn fat all night while you're sleeping. And I go through exactly how to optimize your sleep to get the best results. So you guys are going to get a lot out of this podcast. Please share it with somebody that you know and that you care about. And also take a moment and leave us a five star review. Just go to Apple iTunes or wherever you're listening to this podcast. Leave a five star review. That helps us reach more people and impact more lives with this message. Thank you so much for doing that and thank you for being a part of our community. Let's go into the show. So what's the best time to burn fat? Well, would you believe it's actually at night while we're sleeping. And we all want to be burning fat while we sleep. However, there are many individuals that are not able to, and that's because they have higher levels of insulin. You see, insulin is a key hormone that your pancreas produces to get sugar out of the bloodstream and put it into the cells, muscle cells as well as the fat cells. And a lot of people, because of how they eat and how they live, they have insulin resistance and they have higher levels of insulin. And if your insulin is elevated at night, you are going to store fat and not burn fat. So we really need to get insulin down. In fact, there's like a threshold kind of a line that if insulin is above that line, you're storing fat. If it drops below that line, you're burning fat. So from a nutrition perspective, there are certain things we do in order to get insulin down, things like a lower carbohydrate diet, high in protein that will help stabilize your blood sugar and your insulin levels. Also things like intermittent fasting can be really helpful. Exercise can be really helpful. But sleep is really just as critical. And here are five key things we want to do to help set us up for the best night's sleep so we can really optimize our fat burning. So the first thing is food timing. And so we talked a little bit about what we need to eat. I talked about a lower carbohydrate diet. Get rid of the ultra processed foods and the high carbohydrate foods and said, really try to prioritize protein and healthy fats, but also timing our meals is really critical. We know that when at night, when when there's no sun in the sky, our bodies producing more melatonin and we are more insulin resistant, meaning that our body is not going to respond to insulin as well. Our cells are not going to open their door. Our insulin is kind of like a key opening the cellular door. They're not going to be as responsive. Therefore, our body is going to produce more insulin when we eat food at night. So the best thing we can do from a food timing perspective is eat during the day. During the day, we have more insulin sensitivity. Therefore, we're going to be able to burn fat more effectively. We're going to be able to utilize, get insulin down. Right. And not utilize quite as much insulin. And therefore, at night, we're going to have lower levels of insulin so we can burn fat. So food timing is key. Eat during the daylight hours. Eat a lower carbohydrate diet, high in protein, high in healthy fats. Make sure you got fiber polyphenols from colorful fruits and vegetables in there. If you do that, you're getting the the food timing down. One of the worst things you can do for fat burning is eat a big meal late at night. When you eat a big meal late at night, your digestive juices are not working as well. You're not producing as much stomach acid, biopancreatic enzymes. Food will get in your gut. It will kind of sit there, rot and putrify, create more endotoxins, drive up inflammation in your body. You're not going to be able to move the carbohydrates. Your body's going to produce insulin, but it's not going to be able to move the carbohydrates into the cells as effectively so you have higher insulin. So you're storing fat and promoting inflammation. So eat during the day. That's food timing. Second thing is really just as important, light exposure timing. So light, just like food, food is information for the cells of our body. Light is as well. So certain types of light we want to avoid at night. Certain types of light we want to get during the day. And the way that this works is that early in the day, we want to get a lot of bright light. So going out, watching the sunrise, going out and getting bright light around the middle of the day, that actually helps set our circadian rhythm and it tells our brain, okay, it's daytime right now. Therefore, we want to make sure we've got different excitatory neurotransmitters, things like dopamine, norepinephrine, cortisol elevated to some degree and that actually gives us more energy, more wakefulness. It helps us with fat burning during the day, helps us with really just having great energy and mental clarity throughout the day. But then as we get in the evening and we get near sunset, we want to make sure that we get rid of all of that bright, what we call blue light. Get rid of that. In fact, as we get near sunset, you should dim all the lights, turn off lights or dim lights in your house. The only kind of light that you might want to have a little bit of would be like an orange type of light, almost mimicking a fire. Our ancestors, if they were exposed to any kind of light in the evening or at night, it was fire. It was sunset, which is more red light as well as fire and that has less of a melatonin reducing effect. When we're exposed to bright lights at night, we block our melatonin production and melatonin is this critical hormone that helps with sleep, helps with setting our circadian rhythm so we get really good deep sleep, deep fat burning sleep at night, but also it actually acts as a really powerful antioxidant that gets into our mitochondria, goes through both membranes of our mitochondria, cleans out oxidative stress and the healthier our mitochondria are, the better we're going to be at fat burning. So having optimal levels of melatonin at night helps you burn fat all throughout the day as well as at night. So making sure that you're not being exposed to bright lights at night helps you burn fat more effectively. So dim all your lights. You might have a little bit of lighting on in your house and then you can wear something like this. If you're going to be on electronics, if you're going to be watching TV on your computer, something like that, these are called blue light blocking glasses. So they make everything look orange and that actually blocks out the bright lights. So if you are on your device, which isn't, I don't, I don't recommend that, but you know, all of us do that at some degree in the evenings. Make sure you got those blue light blocking glasses on. That's going to help reduce any sort of melatonin inhibition and set you up for a really good night's sleep. And then in your bedroom, make sure that you've got it as dark as possible. You can wear things like a sleep mask. We'll talk more about that when we get down to here, sleep hygiene, but light exposure timing, key bright light during the day, no bright light at night as darkness, as much darkness as possible. In fact, you know, some researchers say in our society, we have a darkness deficiency. I mean, think about it like a nutrient, like being vitamin D deficient. We know that affects our immune system. That affects our ability to burn fat. It affects our brain function and development. Well, having a deficiency in darkness as well, we'll have a lot of, a lot of problems for our body. We'll throw off our circadian rhythm, our ability to burn fats or metabolic health or immune health or cognitive health. So getting that darkness is critical. I just want to interrupt this podcast to tell you about my favorite brain boosting tool. It's actually a delicious chocolate fudge. I know that sounds crazy, but this isn't your average fudge. It's actually rich chocolatey fudge. That's jam packed with five of the most beneficial mushroom species in existence when it comes to keeping a sharp and healthy brain. 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"Hello and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science-based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers.com and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself and on this show we focus on the best. Thanks for spending time with me and let's go into the show. I just want to take a moment and tell you about how important your liver health is. In fact, if you're suffering from low energy brain fog or unexplained belly fat, the problem could be your liver. You may not know it, but your liver is the foundation for good health. It performs more than 500 key functions like filtering toxins, breaking down nutrients and keeping your cholesterol in check. But over time your liver can start to wear down and that's when you get energy crashes, belly fat and trouble with your memory and concentration. Fortunately there's a simple solution. It's called Liver Health Formula. Liver Health Formula contains 11 powerful herbs and nutrients, things like milk thistle that are clinically proven to recharge and revitalize your liver. It also helps protect against fatty liver, which is a silent epidemic affecting 100 million Americans. Liver Health Formula is manufactured in the US and it's approved by many American health professionals. As a listener of this show, you can try Liver Health Formula and receive a free bottle of nano-powered omega-3 to keep your heart and brain healthy when you order today. What a great deal. You get Liver Health Formula and a free bottle of nano-powered omega-3. Just go to getliverhelp.com forward slash jockers and claim your free bonus gift. Again, that's getliverhelp.com, G-E-T-L-I-V-E-R-H-E-L-P.com forward slash jockers. That will get you your Liver Health Formula and your free bottle of nano-powered omega-3. So take advantage of that deal today. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular YouTube videos on what you should eat before you fast. Believe it or not, what you eat before you start fasting plays a critical role in how you feel and the results that you're going to get from doing any sort of intermittent fast or perhaps you're trying to do a two or three or four or five day fast. What you consume in your last meal in particular, but also really like the last few meals before you begin that fast will play an important role in your fasting experience. I'm going to go through that in detail in this episode. So you guys are going to love this. If you know anybody that's interested in intermittent fasting, that has chronic inflammation and wants to improve their life and their health, please share this podcast with them and also take a moment and leave us a five star review. I've got two great Apple iTunes five star reviews. I'm going to read to you guys here. Let's see. Mara says, thank you for putting the information out there for people to gain knowledge on how to heal themselves. Thank you. And thank you, Mara. I appreciate you taking the time to put that review on Apple iTunes. And then Mary says, Dr. Chalkers has helped me learn how to take better care of my body through his informative podcasts. And then Team Tammy Fitness says, very informative, really, really great show. I always listen to every episode. So thank you guys for taking a moment and leaving us those reviews. And if you want me to read your five star review and your comments, please go to Apple iTunes and leave a review on the podcast. Thanks so much for doing that. And let's go into the show. One of the most common questions I get is what should I eat before I fast? And this is a really important consideration and it's important whether you are doing an intermittent fast, maybe like a 16 hour overnight fast or an 18 hour overnight fast, or if you're doing a three or four or five day water fast, no matter how you're looking at fasting, you should always really consider the food that you're consuming in your last meal before you start your fast. And the same rules really apply. So what I'm talking about here applies whether you're doing a five day fast, whether you're doing a three day fast, whether you're doing a 16 hour overnight fast, maybe even just maybe you're a beginner and you're just doing like a 12 or 14 hour overnight fast, these rules apply. Or if you're doing, you know, a 30 day fast or something, you know, something crazy that's, you know, going above and beyond these rules apply. So first thing I always look at when I'm looking at meals is protein. Protein really helps stabilize your blood sugar. And it's super important for insulin sensitivity. And that's really key. You don't want the last meal you eat to spike your blood sugar and create blood sugar dysregulation. This is what a lot of people do wrong is they they're like, well, I'm not going to eat for a while, so I'm going to go out with a bang, right? I'm going to go for, you know, my big hurrah and I'm going to have, you know, this I'm going to have a whole pizza, right? Or I'm going to have a big bowl of ice cream when I'm, you know, finished with my meal that sets you up for fasting failure because that is going to throw off your blood sugar. It's going to create big insulin spike. Your blood sugar is going to drop down. You're going to get reactive hypoglycemia. You're going to have a lot more cravings and fasting is going to be a lot harder to be successful at. So please don't do that. Instead, eat a really healthy meal, prioritizing protein, 30 to 50 grams of good quality protein, maybe more if you know, you're very active. You have a lot of muscle mass. You might need more. Okay. Most people find somewhere in that 30 to 50 gram range to be great and they feel really satiated when they do that. Again, it's just going to really depend on your activity level, your muscle mass, you know, your overall weight, right? So somebody that's that's a little bit smaller, not as active. 30 grams can be can be wonderful for them. Somebody that's a little bit larger, more active. Maybe they exercise that day, 40, 50 grams, maybe even more, especially if you know, you're a young athlete, you might need more than 50 grams. So, but that's where we start 30 to 50 plus grams. You're not going to go wrong if you do more than 50 grams. Even if your body doesn't need it, you're not going to go wrong. It's going to help with stabilizing your blood sugar. It's going to help with insulin sensitivity and it's going to help you just feel more satiated during the fast. So don't worry about that. Just make sure you prioritize it. Number two is healthy fat. Now, healthy fat is critical, but you can also overdo fat if your body doesn't digest and break it down effectively. So this is why the caveat here, I say 15 to 30 plus grams. Now we look at protein. Protein has four calories per gram. So the average individual, like a big meal for most people is somewhere around 700, 800 calories, maybe a thousand calories. So 30 to 50 grams, you're looking at 120 to 200 calories from that. So it's not a huge proportion of, you know, if you're eating a very large meal. Healthy fat, 15 to 30 grams, fat has nine calories per gram. So if you're looking at 30 grams of fat, that's 270 calories right there. Now for some individuals, that's no problem. Like for me, I can easily eat 30 grams of fat. In fact, I'll eat, you know, my body's able to tolerate 1500 calories in a meal. My digestive system is good. I have, I'm very active. My muscles are pulling nutrients out of the bloodstream pretty quickly. So I feel good when I eat, you know, a good solid meal like that. I typically need about 3000, 3500, 4000 calories a day just to maintain my weight. So for me, it's no issue, but for a lot of other people eating 200 plus grams of fat in a meal, maybe they don't have a gallbladder. Maybe they have a sluggish liver that can make them feel nauseous. They just don't feel as good. They need smaller meals, maybe 500 calories or something like that. So that's why we want to tighter this up. Um, and so that's why I say 15 to 30 grams, 15 at the minimum grams of healthy fats. 30, 15 to 30, usually in that range, you're going to do good for some individuals. If you have a larger appetite, you can certainly do more than 30 grams, but try to watch the feedback your body gives you. If you feel a little bit nauseous, you have an acid reflux after the meal. It may be because you went too heavy on the fats. Now by healthy fats, what I'm talking about are things like avocados, extra virgin olive oil or olives in general, coconut oil or coconut butter or coconut milk, grass fed butter, um, yogurt, organic yogurt could be grass fed meats, right? Obviously, you know, a good fatty piece of meat is going to have the protein as well as the fat in there. So you want to take in consideration all of those things. And by this right here, when you're counting these grams, when you start doing this and you do this for a few meals, you really get an idea of how much grams of each are in the particular meal that you're eating. So it doesn't, it's not like you need to do this the rest of your life, but in the beginning you want to have an awareness of, okay, how much protein am I getting here? How much fat am I getting here? And then you can kind of tighter to where you feel best. Somebody that does not have a gallbladder, maybe they had the gallbladder removed, or they just, just don't feel good when they're eating fats, they might need to reduce the amount of fat. That's why I said 15, maybe 15, 20 grams or 30 grams, you know, depending on how well you're digesting those fats, but again, trying to get it from those good, healthy sources, maybe a little bit of nuts and seeds, not a huge fan of getting fats from nuts and seeds in general, because they're more pro-inflammatory omega-6s and our body, they can be tough on the digestive system. So I'm a big fan of the fat sources I already talked about. And of course, we want to avoid the really damaging fats, things like canola oil, corn oil, soybean oil, safflower, cottonseed, peanut oil. We want to avoid those. Those are very inflammatory for our body and will not set us up for a good fasting experience. Instead, really try to focus in on your grass-fed butter, your avocado, your extra virgin olive oil, your coconut fats, things like that, that are much better tolerated and less, they're less likely to cause inflammation in the body. I just wanted to take a moment and tell you about my friends over at Puroality Health and their new rapid absorbing glutathione spray. Glutathione is your master antioxidant. It helps you kick out toxins and boost your metabolism fast. In fact, when supplementing with high quality glutathione, you will purge unhealthy toxins. You'll lose weight with less effort. You'll feel more energetic. You'll notice a brighter complexion and you'll feel much healthier overall. But here's the thing, not all glutathione supplements are created equal. If you're taking glutathione in capsule or tablet form, you're missing out on key nutrients as they will simply pass through your body without being absorbed. You could thank your stomach acid for that. 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That's going to set us up for healthier bowel movements, and it's going to also support us to have less cravings. When we're eating a lot of sugars and processed foods and less polyphenols, we create a microbiome that sets us up for cravings that actually will trigger more cravings, more sugar cravings, more carb cravings, and cause us to have a lot more struggle if we're trying to do a fast. So getting the polyphenols again helps to reshape the microbiome in such a way that we have less cravings, we're able to burn fat more effectively, create ketones and have less inflammation in our system. So that's really key. And fiber goes along with that. So fiber we're going to consume with the polyphenols. You don't need like an extra fiber supplement. I don't recommend that. I recommend just getting the fiber from fruits and vegetables, right? Getting your fiber from good quality fruits and vegetables, things like avocados, olives, they have fiber in them. Green leafy vegetables have fiber. If you're eating fruit, fiber in there. If you're eating cucumbers, if you're eating, you know, all different types of things, that's going to have the fiber that you need. You really don't need to count out how much fiber you have. If you just have some plant based polyphenol colorful plants in your meal, along with the healthy, the healthy proteins and healthy fats, like I talked about, that's good. That's what you want to do. Number five, this is really to help support your digestive system and to support your microbiome, is some sort of fermented food or beverage. This could be something like apple cider vinegar, could be sauerkraut, could be kimchi, could be pickles, could be organic yogurt, unsweetened, of course, right? No added sugar in it. That's what we want to do. You know, definitely want to avoid any sort of added sugar. So I'm not a big fan of like having a full kombucha right before you fast either, even though that's fermented. So technically it would be in this category. There's still a lot of sugar in there, and that sugar is going to throw off your blood sugar and create more cravings the next day or, you know, whatever your fast starts getting beyond, let's say, 10 hours, you're going to start to notice more cravings. So what we want to do is stick with low sugar fermented foods. Again, I mentioned a whole bunch of them. I really like apple cider vinegar. I love sauerkraut. So just taking like a little bit of sauerkraut, putting it on your plate with your meal, the fermented, these fermented foods and beverages have postbiotic nutrients. So already metabolized compounds that are anti-inflammatory for your gut. So they help reduce inflammation in your gut and the less inflammation you have in your gut, the healthier the overall microbiome is going to be and the less cravings you're going to have. They also have enzymes. Some of them have probiotics in them. They have other nutrients like sauerkraut has something called vitamin U, which is really powerful anti-inflammatory. It helps our body detoxify bad estrogens, helps us detoxify, you know, a lot of harmful compounds, parabens and phalates. So having, again, sauerkraut or pickles or apple cider vinegar, it's going to help the sourness of it helps to activate our digestive juices. So our stomach acid, pancreatic enzymes, our digestive enzymes, as well as our bio flow. So we digest the meal more effectively. But then also on top of that, it also has these kind of compounds that help reduce inflammation in our system. So you don't need a whole lot with apple cider vinegar. You can just take like a tablespoon, put it in, let's say, four ounces of water, a little bit of water that you drink before your meal, and that helps prime your digestive system. You can also take, let's say, two tablespoons of fermented vegetables like sauerkraut or kimchi and have that on your plate. You can have, you know, one medium to large pickle with your meal. You might have a half a cup of yogurt to add more protein, to add more healthy fats. Again, this should be an organic unsweetened yogurt that you're consuming. So you don't have any added sugar. You don't want the growth hormones, the antibiotics that are in the conventional yogurt. So good organic yogurt that will add protein, healthy fats, as well as the probiotics, enzymes, and postbiotics to support your microbiome. So really good stuff right there. That's what we're looking at. Again, protein, healthy fats, trying to get a lot of colors in our meal. That's going to provide the fiber, the polyphenols, and then something fermented. If you do that, you set that up right, you're going to have great fasting success. Your blood sugar is going to be stable. Your body's going to be burning fat, creating ketones, which help your brain feel really good. So a lot of people will say, when I'm fasting, I feel really energetic, mentally clear, really creative. That's the ketones, these byproduct of fats that our liver creates that can cross the blood-brain barrier, get up in the brain. They reduce inflammation in the brain. They're a great fuel source for neurons, and they really make you feel great when you're fasting. And you get that when your last meal is very blood sugar stabilizing, just like I talked about. So if you want to get the best results with fasting, make sure that you follow what I talked about in this video. And you can also feel free to share this with other people, with your friends, your family members, so they can understand more about this as well. Hopefully, you got a lot out of this, and we'll see you in a future video training. Be blessed. Well, that's all for this show, and I want to thank you again for spending your valuable time with me today. 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"Hello and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself and on this show we focus on Thanks for spending time with me and let's go into the show. Are you concerned about the health of your brain? Do you want to get rid of brain fog and have superior clarity and focus? Well I have a solution for you and no it's not caffeine or some sort of pill or powder, rather it's delicious chocolate fudge. I know that sounds crazy but this isn't your average fudge. It's actually rich chocolatey fudge that is jam -packed with five of the most beneficial mushroom species in existence when it comes to keeping a sharp and healthy brain. In fact all of the mushrooms contain high amounts of essential nutrients along with unique bioactive compounds that can promote the health of your brain while also supporting your heart and immune system. Rest assured you cannot taste the mushrooms within this fudge whatsoever. Just a delicious gooey chocolatey taste without sugar or artificial sweeteners. I'm introducing you to my favorite brain health treat. It's called Mushroom Mind Boost from my friends over at Puroality Health. Now Puroality Health utilizes something called Micell liposomal technology which delivers the nutrients of these brain boosting mushrooms into your bloodstream proven to be up to 800 % more efficient. So if you want to say goodbye to forgetfulness and instead keep a sharp and healthy mind, give Puroality Health's Mushroom Mind Boost a try. It's backed by a 180 -day money -back guarantee. That's six full months and today I have a 30 % off coupon for you. Just visit PuroalityHealth .com and use the coupon DRJ to access 30 % off your purchase today. On this podcast, I'm being interviewed by my friend Dr. John Dempster for his Gut Reset Summit and we talk all about how intermittent fasting helps your body heal leaky gut and improves the diversity and the resilience of the microbiome and on this podcast, I share my story of when I was in my early 20s how I had irritable bowel syndrome and how intermittent fasting was a cornerstone strategy I used to help overcome this naturally and I go through the science of how intermittent fasting helps to heal the gut lining as well as improve the diversity and the resilience and overall strength of the microbiome. It's a really powerful topic and if you know anybody that wants to improve their gut health or is just really interested in this topic, please share this podcast with them and also you will want to go ahead and register for the upcoming Gut Reset Summit. For a limited time, it is a free viewing and you can check it out. Just go to DrJockers .com and go to the show notes for this podcast and you'll find a link so you can access that summit for free and listen to all the top experts when it comes to gut health and the microbiome. So I know you guys will get a lot of value out of that and thank you so much for being a part of our community here on the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast. Please subscribe to the channel if you haven't already and leave us a five -star review. When you leave us a review, it helps us reach more people and impact more lives with this message. Thank you so much for doing that. Thank you for being a part of our community and let's go into the show. Hi everyone and welcome to the Gut Reset Summit. I'm your host, Dr. Jon Dempster and today I'm thrilled to introduce to you an old friend of mine, Dr. David Jockers. And Dr. David Jockers, he is a doctor of natural medicine who runs one of the most popular natural health websites, DrJockers .com. And this site has over 1 million monthly visitors, which is insane. So that's amazing, amazing the work he's doing with that. And his work is also featured on popular media, such as the Dr. Oz Show and Homeworks Home and Family. And Dr. Jockers is the author of the bestselling book, The Keto -Metabolic Breakthrough and The Fasting Transformation. And he is also the host of the popular Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast. And David lives in Canton, Georgia with his wife, Angel and his twin boys, David and Joshua and his daughters, Joyful and Shine. But David, great to have you on here. Thanks so much for being here today. Well, thanks so much, Sean. Always great to connect with you. Yeah, fantastic. And today we're going to talk about one of your topics that's near and dear to your heart and that's going to be all about intermittent fasting, but we're going to tie it into how this is so critically important for the gut microbiome, for diversity and for gut health overall. Yeah, for sure. You know, I'm super excited about this. Intermittent fasting was a key strategy I used to heal irritable bowel syndrome. And it wasn't something I had learned about. Like I didn't know anybody that was actually practicing it. The term hadn't hit culture yet. In fact, I didn't know anybody, any health influencer that was talking about this back in 2004, 2005. I just did it intuitively and I was dealing with constipation, diarrhea, trouble gaining weight, nutrient absorption issues. And I just felt better when I compressed my eating window like we're going to talk about. And it was a really key strategy that allowed me to heal my gut, improve my nutrient absorption, gain the muscle weight back, get my energy back and my life back. So something I'm really passionate about. So for everyone who's listening right now, I mean, this might not be a new term given that it's been popularized lately, but let's break it down. What is intermittent fasting? Can you just break down that definition? Yep. So all of us do some level of intermittent fasting because we all sleep at night. So when we're sleeping, we're not eating. And really, I think about intermittent fasting as more or less the time between. So I break it into two different periods. We have the time between our first meal of the day and the last meal of the day. And then we have the time in a sense in between that. Right. So with intermittent fasting, we're compressing our eating window. So most people are eating in, let's say, a 14 or 16 hour eating window. So let's say they eat their first bite of food at 7 a .m. and they have their last bit of calories at 9 p .m. Let's say, you know, that's kind of a 14 hour eating window, 10 hour fasting window. So most people are doing something along those lines. Intermittent fasting would have us do something like one of the more popular methods is an eight hour eating window where we're eating our meals in an eight hour window, let's say 12 p .m. to 8 p .m., 10 a .m. to six, 8 a .m. to four, you know, whatever works best for your schedule and what you feel best with. But basically, you're compressing the eating window. So your first meal, let's say, is at 8 a .m. OK, you can eat in between that, you know, that period of time. So if you want the second meal at 12 and then your third meal at, let's say, three, you know, finished by four o 'clock and then you've got a 16 hour window where you're fasting between 4 p .m. and 8 a .m. the next morning. So that would be a compressed eating window. And we use this term intermittent fasting or time restricted feeding. Now, some people will say intermittent fasting, time restricted feeding would be anything within a 24 hour window. So if you're eating at all within a 24 hour window, it's called technically time restricted feeding where you're just basically restricting the amount of time that you're feeding. And intermittent fasting would be more of like a two day fast or 36 hour fast. Anything over a 24 hour period of time would be called intermittent fasting. But most people use those terms interchangeably. But just so the audience knows, if you hear somebody talking about time restricted feeding, TRF, they're talking about this idea of compressing the eating window on a in a sense, on a daily basis, you know, to let's say eight hours or six hours or four hours or whatever it is. And then oftentimes intermittent fasting is a term used when we're talking about something more than 24 hours. Like, for example, a lot of people get great benefits doing a 36 hour fast, for example, where they'll eat dinner at, you know, let's say 6 p .m. on Saturday and they don't eat again until, you know, Monday morning or Monday at lunchtime, somewhere around that around there. Great, great, great thing to do if you're really looking to ramp up fat burning, you want to lose weight, you want to really bring down inflammation in the body can be really, really powerful. And that's an intermittent fasting strategy. Awesome, I've got so many questions for you, David, and I love it, we're going to get into it. But first of all, if we're going to be fasting, why are we doing this? What are the exact benefits? What's the point? For sure. Well, basically, when we stop eating, so of course, when we're eating for the next three to four hours, we're eating or our body is actually utilizing the calories we consumed to produce energy, right, and to produce new proteins and all the different things that the body needs to do with the nutrients we have available. So three to four hours, sometimes six hours, depending on the size of the meal, that's really going to be the nutrients we just took in. And then after that, we need a continual supply of blood glucose, right? Your blood glucose, if you ever tested, it's never going to be zero. It's only zero if you're dead. Right. And you've been dead for a while. And so you're always going to have a continuous supply of blood glucose. And the body does that by having something called glycogen, which is a surplus of glucose that we store in our muscles and our liver. And so the body will start to liberate this glycogen naturally. And we use stress hormones to do that. Cortisol, epinephrine, but their job like cortisol is called a glucocorticoid, meaning its job is actually to elevate blood glucose. So when glucose starts to drop, cortisol, some cortisol will come out to get the glucose up. And that's normal and natural. And so now we're starting to utilize our stored sugar. But our body has a certain threshold. It doesn't want to go below. So it's only going to use stored sugar up until a certain point, and then it's going to actually get into our body fat stores. And the way that it knows to get into the body fat stores is when this hormone insulin gets down. Right. So insulin has a certain threshold after we eat. It's up. It's elevated above that threshold as it comes down. The longer we go between meals, it gets below this threshold. And that tells the body, OK, now let's burn fat as our main fuel source. So instead of burning so much sugar, let's burn fat. When we burn fat, we produce a cleaner source of energy because glucose is a quick energy source, but it's also metabolically, metabolically dirty in a sense. And I say that because we produce a lot of free radicals and we drive up more inflammatory pathways when we're using glucose as our primary energy source. So in a sense, on a 24 hour period, we don't want to use a lot of glucose as an energy source. We only really want to use it as our main energy source, perhaps shortly after meals. And then also if we're doing any sort of anaerobic type activity. So for exercising, you know, doing something stressful, lifting weights, something along those lines, it's a very good, good energy source because we can we can produce a lot of energy quickly from it.
A highlight from The Surprising Truth About Lemon Water
"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of drjockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. Are hidden toxins and stressors making you feel run down and tired, worried about oxidative stress from exposure to EMF, 5G, heavy metals, chemicals, processed foods, and the like? You see, in our modern world, toxic is the new normal, no matter how health -conscious you try to be. The truth is that every single day, you're being bombarded by harmful toxins and stressors. When left to roam free, these toxins take on the form of something called free radicals. Free radicals promote an unhealthy inflammatory response and contribute to oxidative damage on a site or level, basically like the rusting of metal or the browning of an apple that potentially leads to premature aging, a lower quality of life, and a range of health problems. However, there is good news. Antioxidants are crucial in combating free radicals and keeping you on track, and one of the most powerful antioxidants known to man is glutathione. Glutathione fights free radicals and molecules that cause cellular damage while repairing DNA and flushing out toxins. But here's the thing. Not all glutathione supplements are created equal. If you're taking glutathione in capsule or tablet form, you're missing out on key nutrients, as they will simply pass through your body without being absorbed. You can thank your stomach acid for that. 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Believe it or not, lemon water may be one of the most powerful health tips that you may ever learn about because its ability, particularly warm lemon water early in the morning, its ability to stimulate the vagus nerve, the powerful nutrients, the vitamin C, the vitamin P, the bioflavonoids that are in there, the potassium, magnesium, some of the key elements that are in lemon water and how it helps to open up, dilate the bile ducts, stimulate bile flow, stimulate peristalsis muscle movement in your gut so you can flush out toxins and also stimulate your vagus nerve. So, some powerful tips and I go through that in detail in this podcast. You guys are going to love this information. Please share it with somebody that you know and that you care about as well. And if you've not left us a five -star review, now is the time to do that. Just go to Apple iTunes. Wherever you listen to this podcast, scroll to the bottom. Wherever it says leave a review, leave us a five -star review. That helps us reach more people and impact more lives with this message. Thank you so much for doing that and let's go into the show. In today's video, I'm talking about the real reason to drink warm lemon water. Warm lemon water is one of the best things you could do to start your day. I recommend drinking either some sort of good herbal tea and you can even mix lemon in there. Having warm drinks early in the day can be really, really powerful. I'm going to go through the science of that and in particular, I like adding lemon and there's a number of reasons for that. One is that lemon is rich in vitamin C as well as bioflavonoids, citrus bioflavonoids. Those bioflavonoids synergize with vitamin C and they help improve oxygen extraction and oxygen delivery into the cells. You see vitamin C as well as the bioflavonoids helps improve the endothelial lining, the inner lining of the blood vessels and by improving that, it allows more oxygen to go from the blood cells and into the tissues. The more oxygen you get into the tissues, the better they're able to form energy, the more resilient the tissue cells become and you function better. You have better energy, better mental clarity, you're better at burning fat for fuel and you keep inflammation under control. This has the perfect combination. Lemon does. Vitamin C and bioflavonoids to really support your body. On top of that, there's also electrolytes in there that are also very powerful as well. You've got potassium, magnesium, you've got natural sodiums in there that really helps support your body and again, help deliver that oxygen to the cells, help with blood flow dynamics, help you feel better, right? Help you feel better, more mentally clear. So that's another reason. And then there's structured water in there and structured water is really unique. It's this kind of coherent or intelligent water. See, in our society, when we take water and we run it through municipalities that filter it and add chlorine and all these types of things, we lose the natural intelligence of the water and then of course, hopefully, you're in a house where you've got some sort of water filtration system, reverse osmosis, things like that that take out all the different chemicals and stuff that the municipalities put in there but you lose the intelligence. You don't have this kind of coherent, intelligent form of water. Water is a communication medium and when you lose the coherence of it, I know it kind of sounds esoteric but inside of our body, water is used as in a form of communication between the cells and when we're consuming foods like fruit, for example, that is rich in structured water, fruit and vegetables, that helps improve the communication process between our cells. So, lemon, what's nice about it is low in sugar, pretty much no sugar, no calories, but rich in structured water, so it has that benefit of the structured water to help improve cellular communication. The better the cells are able to communicate, the less oxidative stress, the less inflammation, the better you function and feel, so it adds that structured water benefit. Number three is it's warm. The warmth actually activates the vagus nerve, right, both the warmth and the kind of sourness of lemon triggers the activation of the vagus nerve. Vagon is, vagus or vagal is Latin for wandering and the vagus nerve comes from the brain stem, travels down into our palate, travels down into our heart, our lungs, our digestive system and when we activate that, it calms our body and stimulates digestive motility, so it helps you move your bowels more effectively. It helps you with digestion, overall digestion, so if you're doing that before a meal, it's going to help your body to digest the food more effectively and it's going to help balance out your microbiome, get rid of bad bugs, improve the overall diversity and the ecology of your microbiome, so that's really helpful and also the acidity does it as well. So again, the warmth and the acidity activates the vagus nerve and helps to balance the microbiome, balance the diversity and the species of microbes. I just wanted to interrupt this podcast to tell you about how important your liver is. In fact, if you're suffering from low energy, brain fog and unexplained extra body fat, the problem could be your liver. You may not know it, but your liver is the foundation for good health. 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A highlight from 6 Key Nutrients in Grass-Fed Butter for Fat Burning, Brain and Digestive Health
"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. Are you concerned about the health of your brain? Do you want to get rid of brain fog and have superior clarity and focus? Well, I have a solution for you, and no, it's not caffeine or some sort of pill or powder. Rather, it's delicious chocolate fudge. I know that sounds crazy, but this isn't your average fudge. It's actually rich chocolatey fudge that is jam -packed with five of the most beneficial mushroom species in existence when it comes to keeping a sharp and healthy brain. In fact, all of the mushrooms contain high amounts of essential nutrients along with unique bioactive compounds that can promote the health of your brain while also supporting your heart and immune system. Rest assured, you cannot taste the mushrooms within this fudge whatsoever. Just a delicious, gooey, chocolatey taste without sugar or artificial sweeteners. I'm introducing you to my favorite brain health treat. It's called Mushroom Mind Boost from my friends over at Pureality Health. Now, Pureality Health utilizes something called MiCell Liposomal Technology, which delivers the nutrients of these brain -boosting mushrooms into your bloodstream, proven to be up to 800 % more efficient. So if you want to say goodbye to forgetfulness and instead keep a sharp and healthy mind, give Pureality Health's Mushroom Mind Boost a try. It's backed by a 180 -day money -back guarantee. That's six full months, and today I have a 30 % off coupon for you. Just visit PurealityHealth .com and use the coupon DRJ to access 30 % off your purchase today. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular YouTube videos on six key nutrients in grass -fed butter, one of my favorite foods that I've talked about a lot on this podcast, grass -fed butter, and how these nutrients help you burn fat, help improve your brain, and support your digestive health. You guys are going to love this podcast. Please share it with anybody that you know and that you care about. If you've not subscribed to our podcast, now is the time to do that so you never miss one of these important shows. And also take a moment and leave us a review on Apple iTunes or wherever you listen to this podcast. Your reviews really help us. They help us reach more people and impact more lives and get great guests on our show. So take a moment and do that. That means the world to us. Thank you so much for being a part of our community. Let's go into the show.
A highlight from HUGE NEWS XRP vs. SEC Over?! (Jobs Report Higher Than Expected)
"Good morning, everybody. It is time to discover crypto. It is Friday. It is Friday, October 6th. It is 11 .31 a .m. 10 .31. We're talking about the Nova Scotia time. I believe that's the furthest east island in Canada, folks. That was for you, all seven viewers from that cold island. Good morning and happy Friday, says Grand Roofing. Shout out to Grand Roofing. Grand Roofing, let us know your town. We want to give you a shout out and then maybe put some solar rays power and panels on roofs and then mine Bitcoin against their will. Just kidding. We don't want that, of course. Piper or Sawtooth, we're all having a good time, folks. We're going to talk about SEC. The SEC coming after XRP. Are they putting in the towel? Maybe. Also, SEC going after Elon Musk. What's going on with them after that? Jobs Report are in. Also, SPF stuff. And Thor. We got some Thor news. Now, Drew, you're big on the Thor chain. What are your thoughts on that just before we get into it? Oh, yeah, I warned about it yesterday. Remember, there's been a lot of funds that have been known to be part of hacks and exploits that have been moved through Thor. I was worried about a shutdown and it looks like Thor chain saw that potential and they're doing some maintenance to make sure they stay in compliance. 23 hours, 50 minutes ago, literally, we're saying, watch out, guys. The intelligence agencies are not going to like this. As it gets bigger, they're going to come the after it next day. Folks, we're always ahead of the curve. That's why we're starting early. That's why we're getting this content out early. I'm going to put out a short on the SEC and Elon Musk. That should be pretty good as well. Well, the hit merch, I still got it. I still got the hat. I got the hoodie over there. I took the hoodie off because I got the nice button up on today. Why do I keep dropping things? The hat. The pumpkin doesn't. Can we zoom out? I didn't want to stay on there. I tried this morning. It's just not happening. All right. There we go. Well, it's a weird black pumpkin anyways. I mean, what are these? Can you eat this? Well, that costs seven dollars and you just ruined it. That wasn't edible. All right, let's get a. OK, now we have spit on the floor. Good start to the show. Good start to the show, everybody. By the way, I'm Tim. You didn't introduce me, so. Good start. Good morning, Tim. Yeah, thank you, Drew. Look, I had to take a bite out of the topics today. I had to take a bite out of this pumpkin. Yes. All right. Let's get Tim. How are you doing today? I don't mean to overlook you like the hotel Johnny's from. Johnny's out today, but how are you doing today? I'm doing good. Hopefully my voice is not echoing like a maniac as it was yesterday. Hopefully the TA is a little clearer and you only get to hear it once. Sometimes you like to hear it twice, but maybe not that close together. But I'm doing good, Deezy. How are you doing? I'm doing great. Thor chain is an OG crypto. Was it Silk Road built on it? I'd have to look at maybe the underlying code. You know, maybe I'd have to look at this good point there. So good to that. Drew mentioned the show Dig In or Bug Out. I think that's what it was called. Is that the channel? No, that is on. You want to explain that, Drew? Yeah, it's Buy In or Bug Out. It's on the blockchain basement. We air those every Thursday. Just riffing on hypothetical situations, scenarios, kind of what your knee jerk reaction would be to EMPs, aliens showing up, maybe Kamala is your president, figure it out. Give us some fun scenarios that you would like to game out. You wake up, you know, think of like a Walking Dead situation, just a random, random scary scenario, asteroid hurling towards earth. Maybe that's one. I don't think we've done asteroid yet. So asteroids coming, 24 hours left to live. Can we do that? I think that's a good one. That's a pretty fun one. That's a good one. I like that one. So maybe that'll be one. Throw out some other suggestions you would like to see, just crazy scenario, game it out. What do you want? You know, look, I'm gonna go ahead and say, Drew's an expert at this stuff. What do you like the experts, maybe a novice, just have some fun ideas or bounce off each other. There's no expert at being prepped. You can only try your hardest and then, you know, sleep well at night knowing you did your dance. Well, Tim, you were an Eagle Scout, right? I was never an Eagle Scout. My brother was. I got to Life. Life. I think. Okay, the Eddie Murphy movie. So is that like, was that a badge? It was like, yeah, it was like the thing right before Eagle. I don't know. And no one better touch Bernie Max. What kind was it? Biscuit? I can't remember. Cornbread. Don't touch Bernie Max. Cornbread. Alright, let's see here. Let's get into the crypto market cap, folks. Alright, let's get into the show, folks. What are the coins doing? What's Bitcoin doing? That's what I want to know. Well, Bitcoin's heading down, folks. It is down 1 .3 % to the downside. Ethereum is down 0 .7%. BNB down 0 .7%. XRP down 1%. The entire market cap is 0 .28%. 24 -hour volume, $38 billion. Gas, I think it was Steve -O shouting it out. Gas was as low as 8 Gwei about 3 hours ago, now coming in at 14 Gwei. We keep looking. Solana down 1 .6%, but Cardano relatively holding strong here. Now, Solana is definitely a better weak pump here. It's 4 % to the 14%, but looking pretty good. Cardano for the daily there. Dogecoin also showing some strength. It is only down 0 .3%, but TonCoin moving on up. It is up 3%. Litecoin also moving up. Shoutout to Tom Crown. How is Tom? I need to reach out to Tom, see how Tom's doing. He hasn't been on in a while. Avalanche is up 6 .2%. So Avalanche looking good. Might even see it in the top gainers. I think we will. Yeah, I'm going to put an early bet that is going to be at least in the top three. Bernie Mac taught Crimson Caravan what a certain thing was. How did he teach? You know what? Don't even tell me. I don't even want to know. Bernie Mac had a great family show. Did you ever watch that show, Tim? No. I would recommend going back and maybe if you ever want to do a rewatch. That was a pretty good one. The Bernie Mac Show, I think it was called. I watched a lot of My Wife and Kids. Okay. That was a good one. Okay. I'll say anything Bernie Mac's in, he is the funniest part by far, even if he has like a 30 -second segment. All right, let's look into the biggest gainers. All right, we got a newer coin coming into the ranks here. It's called Tokenize Exchange TKX, rank number 81. I don't think it was in there as recently as like two weeks ago. Let's see. Yeah, I don't think it was in there folks. So yeah, this is going to be a newer coin, a newer entrant into the region here into the realm of the top 100 gamers. Then number two is Avalanche. So the Avax fans are feeling good. EOS junkies do rule. You got it right. TonCoin fans also feeling good. They're up 3%. GMX, then Mina Protocol, all right, was one of the biggest losers now coming in as a big gainer here. Render also moving up. Leo up. Uniswap up. Injective up. Axie Infinity and Quant. Tim, do you own any Quant? No, it's one that's going to make its way to my portfolio though. Just to me, it's not time to start diving into all those coins. Quantitatively speaking, that is. Yeah, I Quant to own it though. Tom's feeling better. Okay. He was all right. Good. Yeah. I know he had a, he had a little health thing. Wayne brothers underrated show. Okay. Okay. Yeah. The Wayne brothers are funny. I still want to know what's your crazy scenarios, folks. So, you know, let us know. Give us some good suggestions on that one as well. We'll have some fun with it. All right. Now let's look at the biggest losers. Biggest loser right now. It's Loki's brother. It's Thor. Thor's down. The rune is down. Rune is down 10 % even here. Erased all the gains for the week. It was up 1 .5%. Now it is down 8 .5%. Rollbit. Woo. Also down a bit. Wouldn't be a complete list without some of Deezy's coins in there. Rollbit down 8 .7, but that's just mostly peeling off healthy gains for the week. It was up 20%. Bitcoin SV. BSV is down 4 .3. Radix is down. Phantom Galatron. Then another Deezy coin. We got 8 coin down 2 .9%. I need to restake that. Oh man. Down to a dollar. That is looking rough. Stacks also down a bit is down 2 .7%, but still up for the week. Mantle up or I'm sorry. Mantle down. Chili's down. Taser's down. Immutable X down. Tim, any of these you see on sale, maybe thinking about getting me, I like rune, but I agree with Drew's thesis and I, you know, I it's, it seems like a healthy thesis. but Yeah, it's one that right now, if you go to the chart, Drew, it's a good price on the chart. There's a lot of things coming in. It's technically dropping a little below this line, but I'm on the hourly chart here. We've got an oversold flash come in here with the green triangle, our MVP oscillator, which these green histograms are just screaming to buy. We're overextended on everything. And you're seeing again, we're wrestling with this blue line, but this could just be a wick. If people start buying it back up, we could found another, a third bounce of support here on a rising level support. We're in a bull trend right now, higher highs, higher lows on rune. So it is a little risky. I'm not saying it's not a risk, but I am saying I'm seeing hourly chart kind of screaming a little overextended to the downside on rune. Okay. All right. A great breakdown. Can you show that line one more time? It is right at that line, right? It's a little bit below it, but wicks that happens all the time. What matters is where we close and let's see how that happens. Yeah. All right. All right. Great, great chart there. Great, great work there, Tim. All right. Before we get into the sec, tap out, cloud of dust covering the earth where you only get survived by lab grown foods. Okay. So cloud of dust covering the earth. What do you think a last moment to buy in before prices go up? That's going to be, if anyone could predict that EOS, they would be a trillionaire. That being said, my educated guess would be as we get closer to the having, I expect some, some fake outs and shakeouts. So it may look like you won't have any other chance, but I think there'd be one more opportunity after the having. Might be slightly higher than it is today. Might be slightly lower. I think there might be one more opportunity in the next seven months. Why not have a segment called DZ's coins? Maybe, maybe. That, that could be a point there. We have a video. There's a video coming out on Sunday. That's a little bit of DZ's coins. Oh, me and Rodney's. Oh yeah. Me and Rodney got a really good video where if I had a, $1 million, what would I do? Drew? How was that? Did I hit the notes there? Yeah. And I kept it going. I don't think that those notes register. Oh, that was perfect. Maybe that was perfect. Matt Maloney sure thinks so. Uh, SCC is retreating like DZ's. Nevermind. I wonder what you meant there. My wife and kids and Lopez show still get me laughing today. Uh, I, my only thing about the Lopez shows is fine. You know, one it's woke up all the kids, you know, you hear that music in the 3 a .m. It's George Lopez's, uh, I expressions, you know, he does a joke. Then he goes like after every little joke, it's true. It's not necessary, George. Uh, all right. Uh, C 90. Did you guys hear about the CO2 emission that is much, much worse than humans? And, uh, it's also equal to volcanoes. There's something that is emitting CO2 that is equal to volcanoes that was just discovered. It was not in any climate model. It's never been in any climate models just discovered. They're gonna have to go back. Basically every climate model is now bunk because this has not been explored. Do you guys know what it was? No rocks, what rocks, apparently there's so much rock cover on the globe. As rain hits it, there's a slight amount of erosion and that erosion creates CO2 emissions. So we're canceling rocks now. Yeah. We have to cancel rocks. What about Dwayne Johnson tax rocks? We taxed Dwayne, uh, no more fast and furious movies. Dwayne is done. You're going to have to pay it all to the government now. Yeah. So interesting. The, I thought that was interesting there. Um, so yeah, just climb, just be careful with the climate models, folks. All right. Uh, let's talk about the SCC though. SCC tapping out folks. It is tapping out, uh, explosive Bates. Oh man. We just getting started. Uh, KO Kev. Uh, look, we're not talking about DZs methane. Okay. And what that might be doing I got to admit. All right. Well, we zoomed in there. It was a little small. Okay. See, do you two have boomer eyes? No, I just, it was a small, I could read it. It was just a small, uh, what if a rock is a member of my family? Emotional will support rock. Okay. Yeah. There you go. Uh, pet rocks. You know, people have pet rocks. Like pets are members of the family. You're going to cancel it. If you adopted a pet rock, so you're on a list. Now you're basically on the list. You have to register. I guess maybe if it's the rain hitting it, just keep your pets inside and then they don't get rained on. They don't omit the, don't give them a bath either. All right. Uh, if we pay more, yeah, we need a rock tax. No more rock music. Guys, we can go all day, but it's time for us to talk about the SCC. SCC will drop all charges against ripple. According to Yassine Moberok, he's a founder of a crypto VC firm and he suggests they might withdraw their case to avoid negative exposure. He believes they use litigation to maintain in uncertainty the crypto space. Of course, the case started in December, 2020. He's the founder of a private equity firm focused on startups as dicer capital and believes that SCC could withdraw all accusations against ripple and Brad Garling house. According to him, it is not in their interest to have a trial where their corruption can be exposed for the claim that XRP has solidified clarity in the crypto market, which puts their agenda at risk. They will now move to in this case soon as possible. They can appeal to the second circuit circuit and continue to sustain this cloud of uncertainty on the whole industry litigation by itself, regardless of the outcome is the weapon. So litigation is the weapon. They need to move this to the second circuit here. The legal battle passed through multiple heated moments afterward. It peaked in July this year. Back then court ruled that most of the sales did not constitute an offer of investment contracts. They were unpleased with the decision and formally appealed it last month. However, Torres recently dismissed the request, granting them another landmark victory. Let's look at XRPs price. I want to see the 90 day chart because guys, this wasn't that long ago, but it feels, it feels like it was yesterday, right? This happened, okay. A month, two months, right? Guys, we're almost at 90 days. Look at this chart. Yeah. We're almost, it's going to be no longer on the chart. Then we have to go to 180 days. So we're almost at the three month mark. Does it feel like three months ago? no. No, All right. So, uh, technically it was on the 13th. We got the pump today's what the sixth, right? So we're essentially a week away. We're a week away from that. So, uh, yeah. Uh, a week away from three months folks is it doesn't feel like three months to me. Oh, how the time flies. Yeah. But things are somewhat exciting. Uh, been exciting here. That's for sure. Wouldn't y 'all say a little bit. Yeah. It's been a lot happening.
A highlight from The Top 5 Most Inflammatory Food Ingredients to Avoid
"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of drjockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. Are hidden toxins and stressors making you feel run down and tired, worried about oxidative stress from exposure to EMF, 5G, heavy metals, chemicals, processed foods, and the like? You see, in our modern world, toxic is the new normal. No matter how health conscious you try to be, the truth is that every single day, you're being bombarded by harmful toxins and stressors. When left to roam free, these toxins take on the form of something called free radicals. Free radicals promote an unhealthy inflammatory response and contribute to oxidative damage on a site or level, basically like the rusting of metal or the browning of an apple that potentially leads to premature aging, a lower quality of life, and a range of health problems. However, there is good news. Antioxidants are crucial in combating free radicals and keeping you on track, and one of the most powerful antioxidants known to man is glutathione. Glutathione fights free radicals and molecules that cause cellular damage while repairing DNA and flushing out toxins, but here's the thing. Not all glutathione supplements are created equal. If you're taking glutathione in capsule or tablet form, you're missing out on key nutrients as they will simply pass through your body without being absorbed. You can thank your stomach acid for that. 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If you know anybody that's looking to improve their nutrition, please share this podcast with them. If you've not subscribed to our channel, do that now so you never miss one of these important trainings. And also take a moment and leave us a five -star review. I've got a great one here from Mary. She says, Dr. Jockers has helped me learn how to take better care of my body through this informative podcast. Thank you for sharing your faith. Thanks so much, Mary. You guys can leave your five -star review. Just go to Apple iTunes, wherever you listen to the podcast, scroll to the bottom where it says, leave a review and leave us a five -star review. When you do that, it helps us reach more people and impact more lives. Thanks so much for doing that and let's go into the show. Hey, today we're talking about the five most inflammatory foods that you want to avoid. These foods drive up inflammation. We know that inflammation is at the root. Chronic inflammation is at the root of all chronic degenerative diseases. We're talking about things like dementia, Alzheimer's, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, autoimmune conditions. All of them at the root have chronic inflammation and much of that can be avoided because it comes from our diet and so we've got to get our diet, our nutrition right in order to keep inflammation down so we can think better, feel better and really thrive in life. And so these are the foods we want to make sure we avoid. Number one, processed sugar and high fructose corn syrup. So if you see sugar as an ingredient, most of the time it's not a good thing. Sometimes in some cases, maybe like a fermented coconut water or something like that possibly could be good. But in general, if you see sugar as an ingredient in something, it's not good. It's going to be processed sugar. And also if you see high fructose corn syrup or any type of corn syrup, you want to make sure you avoid that super high glycemic impact which drives up your blood sugar and drives up your insulin levels, drives up inflammation in the body, causes weight gain, causes blood sugar imbalances and again drives up inflammation. So got to avoid that. Number two, processed seed oils and trans fats. What does that mean? What is a seed oil? So we take a seed, for example, let's say corn actually is considered a seed. So we take the corn, the kernel of it, and we press it to get oil. There's not actually a whole lot of oil in there. And so we have to press it, you know, we have to take a lot of corn, right? In fact, to create one ounce of corn oil, you have to take a thousand bushels of corn. And so you would never get that in nature. However, it's really easy to do, you know, because our government subsidizes the production of corn. It's easy for manufacturers to get. It's really cheap for them. So they're able to produce it and you can get some some salad dressing that uses corn oil as their base, pour it on your salad and you get an ounce of corn oil and that corn oil is really high in omega -6 fats, it's damaged fats, it's pro -inflammatory fats that are unstable and drive up oxidative stress and inflammation in the body. So we want to make sure we're avoiding these seed oils, corn oil, soybean, safflower, cotton seed, peanut oil, sunflower oil, canola, I mentioned peanut oil. I think I mentioned most of them, cotton seed. So we want to make sure that we're avoiding those and also anything that says partially hydrogenated or hydrogenated oil, that is a trans fat, highly reactive in the body, highly inflammatory. And what happens is these denatured fats, these denatured polyunsaturated fats and trans fats get into the cell membrane of all the cells of our body and they will literally sit there for six months to a year sometimes. So it takes you roughly six months, sometimes a year, to actually detoxify these out of your cell membrane to get the inflammation under control. So you want to do everything you can to reduce your exposure to them, to reduce any level of consumption of those seed oils. Number three is gluten and you may have heard of gluten -free and gluten, but you may not know what it is. Gluten is a protein that's found in wheat, barley, rye, and chamouton spelt. Those are the main grains that have gluten. However, there's families of the actual gliadin compound that are found in all grains. And gluten can be problematic because some people have a major sensitivity or an allergy basically to it and they create a strong antibody response and they may be prone to things like celiac disease where the villi in the small intestine get completely destroyed. The villi are important. They're little pockets in the small intestine that are essential for our body to be able to really deliver and absorb nutrients into the bloodstream. When those pockets get destroyed, we're not able to extract nutrients from the food that we consume as effectively. There's brush border enzymes and all different types of mechanisms that allow us to utilize those villi to maximize nutrient absorption. So people with celiac disease, they right from the start have more trouble getting nutrients from their food. And there are a lot of people that have an allergy to gluten that doesn't even affect their digestive system. We call it non -celiac gluten sensitivity. So they have a sensitivity to gluten that primarily affects maybe their skin. Maybe when they eat gluten, they have more eczema or they have more joint pain or they have brain fog, depression, anxiety, different issues like that. And so non -celiac gluten sensitivity is a big issue as well. And then even if you feel like you tolerate gluten well, we know that gluten, the molecule, will actually stimulate the production of zonulin in your intestine. And zonulin is this protein that helps with the integrity of the tight junctions in between the intestinal cells called enterocytes. And the more zonulin that's produced, the looser those tight junctions become. So gluten has been shown, even in people that don't have a gluten sensitivity or gluten allergy, it has actually been shown to increase zonulin levels pretty dramatically to the point where the tight junctions in the gut become incredibly permeable, right? So the tight junctions, they become very, very loose and weak. And that increases the permeability and allows large undigested food molecules as well as bacteria and bacterial waste, things things like LPS, which we call endotoxin, as well as yeast, parasites, and all the different microbial waste to seep out into the bloodstream. And all of that microbial waste and large undigested food particles will stimulate the immune system to drive up inflammation in the body. So we know gluten is a major and a potent trigger of inflammation for some people more than others, but for all of us at some level, it's going to drive up inflammation. I just want to interrupt this podcast to tell you about this amazing product called Joint Support by Pure Health Research. If you're out there and you're struggling with stiff or aching joints, and you're tired of letting that discomfort steal the joy and freedom from your life, you've got to try Joint Support. It contains seven of Mother Nature's best superfoods for supporting comfortable, healthy, and flexible joints, and it even promotes healthy cartilage growth too. Now, all it takes is one small capsule of Joint Support every day to start feeling the positive effects on your joint health. 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A highlight from ROLLUP: Coinbase Crashes DC | Gary Grilled By Congress | Vitalik Deepfakes
"Miss Wagner is like, yo, MIT version of Gary was pro -blockchain, but SEC Gary is anti -blockchain. And then Richie Torres is like, yo, it's a Pokemon card of security? These people are listening to crypto Twitter. They are like, these are our things. The power of crypto Twitter is like getting into Congress. Well, it's because it's distilled logic. I mean, Bankless Nation, it is the last Friday of September. David, what time is it? It's the Bankless Friday Weekly Rollup Ryan where we cover the entire weekly news in crypto, which is always an ambitious endeavor, yet we persevere nonetheless into the frontier this week with a bunch of clips of Gary getting grilled. So everyone, everyone prepare for that one. If you're not listening to this with coffee, because it's too late in the day, well then you should get your popcorn, because that is what you will need. I mean, this is a catharsis, I think, for many of you in this episode. You'll enjoy this very much. Also, crypto was present in Washington this week. Yeah, Coinbase's stand with crypto day was held at Capitol Hill the same day that Gensler was giving testimony in front of Congress. Convenient. What about the timing of that? David, what else we got? After that, we'll talk about pudgy penguins in Walmart landing a huge deal, a ton of distribution for pudgy penguins, also with each toy purchase having an on -chain identity on ZKSync. So we'll talk about that. And then after, also not only are penguins getting identity, but citizens of Buenos Aires perhaps also getting some on -chain presence as well. We'll talk about that. And then, of course, we're going to do the PSA of deepfakes and phishing attacks that are out there. We got a Vitalik deepfake that we want to show you. It's pretty hilarious, but not if you believe it. Notable VC Fred Wilson got phished for 40 NFTs this week. So if Fred Wilson can get phished, so can you. We will talk about this and more. What else we got, Ryan? You know, the usual Bitcoin ETF stuff. ETH might be getting futures. There's a ton to talk about every week. This is a bullish week, I think. I'm declaring it such, David. It is a bullish week. And we got some green candles when we get to the markets. But before we get in, David, we got a message from our friends and sponsors over at Layer Zero. What do they want the folks at home to know? They want you to know that after a year, over a year of combined effort, Layer Zero and Google Cloud have announced their partnership, and they are ready to build the interoperable cross -chain apps of the future. What is Layer Zero? Of course, Layer Zero is a set of smart contracts that are deployed on every single chain. These smart contracts connect to each other. How do they connect to each other? Well, they need some Oracle service in the center to be the chatterboxes, the passing messages between all of the Layer Zero smart contracts across all of the 50 different chains. Google Cloud is that new default Oracle. That is the partnership that they have created. So there is a link in the show notes for you to go explore more if you're a builder who wants to build on Layer Zero. LayerZero .network is also the URL. Well, you know what I want to learn more about this week, David, is markets. Tell me about the old markets. I think, I think, I haven't looked at this yet, but I think we got some green on the week. We got some green, dude. Let's look at the Bitcoin charts first. What's Bitcoin showing us? Some single digit green. Look at that green right on the right. That's your dose of dopamine for this week. It's like, whoo, Bitcoin up 2%, whopping 2%. Started the week at 26 ,600, ending the week at, well, Thursday morning, if you call it the end of the week. It's not the end of the week. 27 ,150, up 2%. Ether price up a little bit more, starting the week at 1660, up 4 .5 % to the current price, excuse me, starting the week at 1560, ending the week at right around 1660, where we are right now. 1660. I mean, it's still low. That is a low price. We are getting excited about very little right now. Yeah. It's up such a small degree, you shouldn't even be excited about this. And yet we are. Yeah, we are. 4 .5 % on the week, I'll tell you. It's better than flat. When's the last time we had a double digit week, man? Double digit up or down? Up. I can't remember either, actually. We've been in the flatlands for so long. It's just like kind of a little bit of a bleed out all the way from 1900. Weren't we over 2000 a few weeks ago? Yeah, we have touched over 2000 in this bear market, but man, it certainly doesn't feel like it. Last time we were at 2K was July. In July, briefly. We weren't at 2K. Yeah, I can't remember July. Well, I was in the mountains. It's been downhill ever since I caught back for the mountains. Yeah, it really was. It's been all downhill since you guys. The only thing you can do, David, is go to the mountains. Bad things happen to Gary Gensler when you go to the mountains. Although, I guess nothing bad happened to him this week. Anyway, I'm skipping too far ahead. We'll have our Gary later in the episode. ETH, Bitcoin, up 2%. Total crypto market cap, $1 .11 trillion. Layer 2 scaling factor, touched 6 % this week, down to 5 .5%. Still at all -time highs. Layer 0. Wait, what touched 6 %? Excuse me, not 6%. Total value loss? 6x. 6x is what I meant. Oh, activity. That's what you like to look at. Yes, layer 2 activity touched 6x of Ethereum, but now it's at 5 .69. Nice. 60 transactions per second, 64 transactions per second. Yeah, that's where we get the 6x. We got more transactions per second left in this tank, I think. Oh, yeah. David, you want to talk about the general markets, like all the TradFi markets? You want to talk about macro really quick, because it's been super confusing to me. It's been super confusing. And then I read this tweet. We're also doing a macro show on Tuesday as well. So a macro show, so talking about the state of macro from a crypto person, so it's a crypto person who understands macro, so I'm really excited for that show. Are you a crypto person that understands macro, David? Do you understand macro? When I have a smarter macro person with me, then yes, I understand macro. My question to you is, does anybody really understand macro, particularly right now? Oh, you mean current snapshot? Definitely not. Yeah, all right. So here's the tweet. Current situation. One, stocks are falling like a recession is coming. Two, oil prices are rising like there's no recession in sight. That's contradictory. Three, interest rates are rising like we have 10 % inflation. Yes, they are. Four, gold is falling like inflation is gone. Five, housing prices are rising like rates are falling. And six, commercial real estate is falling like it's 2008. Nothing adds up here. That's the way I feel about macro right now. It's very confusing. There is a confusing set of signals going on, and it's not adding up in my head. What do you think about this? Yeah, they follow through, and they say it's beginning to feel like a pivot point in sentiment. I don't know if I'm about to say what I think they are meaning by this, but when there's a bunch of confusion, people, I think, brace for something, brace for clarity, and then whatever that clarity is will define sentiment. Where are we going? We don't know. As soon as we find out, we'll know how we feel about it. But we know it's going to be different from here. Different good or different bad? Those are the only two directions. Yeah, I guess that's the reductive take about it. But it's basically like we don't really know. That's why I'm very interested in doing this macro episode next week to see what the newest macro person kind of knows. I will say one thing, though. I think volatility is back on the menu. I think that's what this means. Because when the market doesn't know what direction it's going to go in, then it can kind of lurch in one direction or the other. So weird macro climate right now. On the back of stimulus, on the back of money printing, like what's going on here? And just to be clear about something, we've previously talked about stocks being at all time highs. That's been kind of the theme of the last two months, I would say. Well, so from looking at the SPY, you don't have the chart up, but it has declined by 7 % since July. So the SPY is down 7%, which is more. That goes to the first bullet point. Stocks are falling like a recession is coming up. I don't know. It's down 7%, just doesn't feel like a lot to me. Well, in the trade market, 7 % is a lot historically, but not recently. 7 % in the trade market is actually, that's just like, trade markets are also volatile. OK, well, we'll try to make sense of this, but let's get back to crypto. This is a negative report from JP Morgan, who said, Ethereum's activity post -Shanghai that was the last hard fork back in March, has been disappointing. JP Morgan calling Ethereum's progress disappointing. They've got some reasons for this. While the shift from proof of work to proof of stake meant that the energy consumption from Ethereum collapsed by 99%, the Ethereum supply is shrinking and staking rose sharply by 50 % since the Shanghai upgrade. While that happened, the increase in network activity has been rather disappointing. Ethereum's daily transactions, daily active addresses, and total value locked on DeFi protocols on the network have all experienced declines since the last hard fork. So JP Morgan, their analysts expressing some bearishness here over the last six months or so. Yes. I'm not mad, just disappointed with that activity. My response to that is, who the hell are you? JP Morgan doesn't know how to analyze these things. Well, I don't know. Ethereum post -Shanghai activity, it's just the broader crypto downturn. And also, they're just wrong, JP Morgan, he is wrong. They say layer twos have displayed mixed results. Well, no, TVL and economic activity on layer twos across the board are all up. I don't know where the hell they're getting their data from, but not only is their data wrong, but their analysis is poor. Well, let's go to the actual numbers, Stephen. Layer two beat provides a good source for value locked on layer twos. What are we looking at? At the 180 -day time frame, it's basically flat. It's marginally up, it's basically flat. It's a flat TVL, $10 .5 billion. Activity is up, it's up so much. It's unequivocally up by a lot. I'm disappointed in JP Morgan. Wow. Have you ever been not disappointed with JP Morgan, David? I'm generally disappointed by banking in general. Really? You should start a podcast called Bankless, David, about escaping your bank over time, slowly. I think Vance Spencer put that tweet in perspective as well. Actually, I don't think he was responding to that tweet in particular. But we are. We got some perspective here from Vance Spencer. This is Ethereum, if you chart it against some of the fastest growing tech companies in human history, companies like Alphabet was Google, of course, and Meta or Zoom or Microsoft, and how quickly, over time, it took them to surpass $10 billion in revenue. How long did it take them? It took Ethereum seven years. When charted against these other tech companies, there's only one that did that faster, and that is Google. Yeah. Ethereum really did all of its $10 billion of revenue inside of 2020 to 2023. I mean, so look at this line. It's just kind of like a slope line up. So I mean, doing pretty well, all things considered, JP Morgan. Not disappointing. I'm not disappointed by this. And I'm not disappointed. Also, long -term perspective, not disappointed in the price of ETH over the last seven years either. And we can keep going. Uniswap this week hit 300 million in swaps. 300 unique million trades, swaps, has happened on Uniswap. Uniswap was invented in 2019. 300 million swaps since 2019. Is that disappointing? Is that disappointing? I'm not disappointed by that in the slightest. I feel great about that. Maintain my disappointment about JP Morgan. You know, I think it's part of a broader crypto sentiment, and I've seen a lot of takes just in general in news, but even in financial analyst news like JP Morgan research, that sort of thing. It comes back down to this, David. Mainstream thinks that crypto is dead, again, like always. This always happens. And this is what makes this a buying opportunity, as with previous cycles. And when crypto 10x's the next cycle, don't let anybody tell you you didn't earn it. Because if you're buying here, when everyone is saying crypto is dead, it's never coming back. That they're disappointed. That's how you earn. It's so easy. The signals are just being laid at our feet right now. They really are. I tweeted something like that out, and somebody responded with this life cycle. What are we looking at here? Yeah, just like the cycle of the bull bear market. So in the top of the bull market, some crypto friend of you will tell you, a bankless listener, you're so lucky. I wish that I bought two. And then the crypto market will go down and be like, you're an idiot. I told you crypto was a scam. Yeah, so especially when they say the words disappointing, it's such an emotional word. It's kind of just playing into the readership. I don't know if JP Morgan is about that game. I mean, we're in the stage of the cycle where everyone thinks you're an idiot. And they told you it was a scam. And you can't talk about crypto at your family events or parties because you're just the crypto moron who knows nothing. And ha, ha, ha, SPF, FTX, that's so stupid. Scams, frauds, NFTs are such a joke. Well, granted, some of those things are actually true. Sure, sure. But if you're still in crypto and you know why you're here. And you're no longer buying the scams because you can identify them. And then you'll swing back to like, I am a genius. I am amazing. I am lucky. Or third parties will say you're lucky when that happens and you'll feel like a genius. You've been chewing glass for three years, but you know, you got lucky, though. You got lucky. How about the Bitcoin ETF, David? Here's a tweet from James Seyfert. What's this about? He just says that the SEC has come out super early and delayed the ARK Invest and 21 shares Bitcoin ETF filing. There wasn't a decision due until November 11th. And typically up until recently, the SEC has always gone up right up until the buzzer. But they decided to delay their decision on this earlier than usual. You know why? Partially? It's some speculation. It's because the government's about to shut down. The U .S. government's about to shut down. That's on Monday, right? On Monday? Yeah. So apparently if by Sunday night, this Sunday night, Congress doesn't reach some sort of compromise resolution, whatever agreement to keep the government running, then it shuts down yet again. I mean, how many times have we been through this? And so this is the SEC just getting ahead of that so that the stuff doesn't expire while the government shut down. And I guess, I don't know what would happen if the government shut down and these deadlines were missed. But maybe they would de facto be approved. I think that could be how it works. Is this some sort of pseudo oracle about how the SEC thinks that if we do go for a shutdown, we'll get shut down all the way until at least November 11th? I have no idea. I have no idea what this could mean. I do know this is good news. So Congress, both Democrats and Republican lawmakers, sent a letter to Gary Gensler pleading that he approve a spot Bitcoin ETF.
A highlight from Congress Demands Bitcoin ETF NOW! (Gary Gensler Accusations)
"Good morning. It is time to discover crypto. Today is September 27th. It's my late mother's birthday today and it is 11 .31 Eastern Standard Time. How are you doing today? We got Tim and someone else at Andrews, BJ on the ones and twos today. How are y 'all doing? I'm doing fantastic. Great, great morning so far. Excited about this show. Excited to have BJ sitting in our production seat. Looking forward to it. Yeah, BJ. BJ, how was Vegas? BJ just got from Vegas for Magic the Gathering. How was it? I mean, it was epic. It was fun. Were you the one hacking the casinos for $100 million? No, but I do have some very funny footage when we went to the MGM. Okay. We might do something with that later. All right. Did you jump into the lion pit and you rode a lion? I don't want PETA coming after me. All right, guys, make sure you hit the like button if you haven't already. We're going to talk about Gensler's speech in front of Congress, what's going on. We got a couple clips from that as well. We also have a breakdown of his speech. We're going to talk about Bitcoin jumping in price. We're going to talk about CCP. We're going to talk about Binance as well and Ethereum staking as well. All right, let's just get right into it, folks. All right, so we do have, you know, Gary, he's in front of Congress right now. There's a harsh notice to the SEC from a large group of US representatives led by Tom Emmer, approved Bitcoin spot ETFs, immediately. He said, I like to think there was an exclamation point after the end of that as well. Representatives Mike Flood, Tom Emmer, Richie Torres, and Wiley Nickel. What the heck is up with the name Wiley Nickel? That is a cartoon character that's going to shoot you at the saloon, correct? That or it's a superhero's, you know, real name. I would take superhero sidekicks, real name. You know, Batman and his sidekick, Wiley Nickel, because Robin fell down the shaft. But no, yeah, Wiley, we love Wiley, I guess, maybe, I don't know. They sent a letter to Gensler on Tuesday arguing that a regulated spot Bitcoin ETF would increase investor protection. Congress has the duty to ensure that the SEC approves investment products that meet the requirements established by Congress. Here are requirements. Okay, crypto ETF fits that. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know if we can prove that you're not doing your job representatives here, or you're not doing your job, SEC. The court specifically addressed the SEC's disparate treatment of spot Bitcoin ETFs and similar funds based on a regulatory approved futures contracts. Representatives point out this inconsistency saying a spot Bitcoin ETP is no different than a Bitcoin futures ETP. Therefore, the SEC's current stance is untenable going forward. So that was the statement. Okay, then. So what did the SEC say in response? Well, the SEC is delaying a decision on Art21's proposed spot Bitcoin ETF until January 2024. They also postponed the decision on GlobalX's Bitcoin ETF until October. This isn't saying a no, this is just a classic kick the can down the road here. So Cebo BZX had earlier proposed a rule change aiming for approval listing of the Art21's ETF, although they submitted April 25th. It was not published for comment until May 15th. They then designated a longer approval period on June 15th. Well, you fast forward to today, they're expected to approve or reject within 181 days or by November 11th. However, the regular setting is current. Finally, it is allowed to extend the approval deadline by an additional 60 days. So not only do they get to increase the amount of time, hey, guys, we need 180 days. All right, we're on 179 days. Oh, yeah, I need another 60 days. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. As such, they have now postponed until January 10th, 2024. Many asset management firms submitted similar filings for ETFs after BlackRock submitted its own application in mid -June. However, ARK submitted considerably earlier. They can only delay until January of next year where it can delay some of these other ones until March of next year. But then you know what happens on February 28th? Wait, is next year a leap year? February 29th, what's going to happen? Oh, we need another 60 days. So even though you're seeing March 24 is the latest deadline there, I wouldn't be surprised if March 2024 gets increased. If I have a video clip from the SEC hearing chat, they can hear it, right? The audience can hear? Yeah, we can play around or if you send it to me. Okay, well, I have to hit refresh here. This is breaking. I haven't had time to send it to you. This is just getting uploaded within the last hour. This one, Matt will we know? Do we know? Let's try. Let's try.
A highlight from Advanced Nutrition Strategies for Inflammation and Insulin Resistance
"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. If you're struggling with stiff or aching joints, and you're tired of letting the cis -comfort steal the joy and freedom from your life, then I have a natural solution you're going to love. It's called Joint Support by Pure Health Research, and this stuff is amazing. It contains seven of Mother Nature's best superfoods for supporting comfortable, healthy, and flexible joints. It even promotes healthy cartilage growth, too. All it takes is one small capsule of joint support every day to start feeling the positive effects on your health. As a listener of our show, you can try Joint Support risk -free today and get a free 30 -day supply of Omega -3 when you take advantage of this special offer. It can promote healthy joint lubrication, making it easier to move in comfort. You're also getting two free e -books, so you can learn more about joint health. Just head over to getjointhelp .com forward slash jockers. That's G -E -T -J -O -I -N -T -H -E -L -P dot com forward slash J -O -C -K -E -R -S getjointhelp .com forward slash jockers to order Joint Support and claim your free bottle of Omega -3 while supplies last. Again, that's getjointhelp .com forward slash jockers. Welcome back to the podcast. In this episode, I'm being interviewed by Dr. Beverly Yates for her upcoming Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Summit. We talk all about the best advanced nutrition strategies to reduce inflammation and improve insulin sensitivity. There's a lot of things you can do if you are looking to lose weight, if you're looking to improve your blood sugar sensitivity. We know insulin resistance is at the root of all chronic inflammatory conditions, but there's a lot we can do from a nutrition perspective. We go through that in this interview. I talk a lot about intermittent fasting and how that helps improve mitochondrial function, helps improve blood sugar stability and turn on fat burning. We talk about how to improve your stomach acid, bile flow, pancreatic enzymes, so you can reduce the amount of endotoxins that are released from your gut and into your bloodstream that drive up inflammatory activity in your body. So this is a really powerful presentation showing you exactly what you need to do to stabilize your blood sugar, to burn fat for fuel and reduce inflammation. If you know anybody that's dealing with type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, perhaps they're overweight looking to lose weight or they're obese, please share this episode with them. And you can also check out the Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Summit that Dr. Yates is putting on. Just go to the show notes for this episode on DrJockers .com and there will be a link there where you can register for free for the Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Summit and listen to all the great interviews with top experts when it comes to blood sugar stability and type 2 diabetes. And if you have not left us a five -star review for this podcast, please do that now. When you leave us a review, it helps us reach more people and impact more lives with this message. It's really easy to do. Just go to Apple iTunes or wherever you listen to the podcast, scroll to the bottom, usually the review areas at the bottom and leave us a five -star review, leave a comment in there. That means so much to us and helps us reach more people. So thank you for doing that. Thank you for being a part of our community and let's go into the show. Hey everyone, welcome to the Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Summit. I'm your host, Dr. Beverly Yates, MD. It's my distinct privilege and honor to interview a wonderful colleague of mine, Dr. David Jockers. He's been a leader in many aspects of health and continues to help people have clarity about their health. One of the things that's so interesting as we do all the episodes here for the summit is I'm trying very consciously to give people different points of view and different aspects of what it takes for blood sugar success to be well. So with Dr. David Jockers, we're going to introduce him in just a moment here. He's a doctor of natural medicine and runs one of the most popular natural health websites online in drjockers .com and has gotten over a million views for monthly visitors and his work is really popular. It's been seen on shows like The Dr. Oz Show and Hallmark Home and Family. He's the author of the best -selling book, The Keto -Metabolic Breakthrough and also The Fasting Transformation. He's a world -renowned expert in the area of ketosis, fasting, brain health, inflammation and functional nutrition. He also hosts his popular Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition podcast. Be sure to look up his work, check out what that he's offering. Dr. Jockers, welcome to our summit. Thanks so much, Dr. Beverly. Great to be on with you. Yeah. You know, I've really been excited for our talk because I think that there are so many ways in which people can eat and nourish themselves and some things are certainly more helpful or successful when it comes to blood sugar control and glycemic regulations than others. So with that in mind, let's dig in right away here. So please, if you would share with us your perspective here, what is inflammation and how does it develop? Yeah. Inflammation is just a natural process of healing. In fact, it's actually designed to help protect our body from some sort of chronic systemic infection and so, well, not chronic infection, but some sort of systemic acute infection from killing us quickly. And so I think we look at the history of mankind. More people have died from infections that got into our bloodstreams, bloodstreams spread throughout our body, went into major vital organs and killed us is what used to kill most of our ancestors. And so our body has created this inflammatory process to help protect against that. So the infection that gets in doesn't get into our lungs and cause pneumonia or our nervous system and cause meningitis. And so in order to do that, we created this inflammatory process to keep basically infection under control. And it's also part of the healing process. We break down damaged tissue and we try to remove that in order to build new healthy tissue. So for example, if we sprain our ankle, we're going to break down that tissue and try to rebuild new healthy tissue in that area. So inflammation itself is life saving. The issue is that it should be turned off when the appropriate area is healed. And so in our society, we have certain vectors that are turning up inflammation. For example, one is called leaky gut, right? So when somebody has leaky gut, there's damage, micro damage to the intestinal lining. And every time that person's eating food, particularly food that causes more gut irritation, they are further tearing that gut lining and they're not really allowing their body to heal properly. And therefore, they're spewing out bacteria and endotoxins into their bloodstream through that lining, through that hole. And that's driving up inflammation in the body because the body thinks that it's under attack from some sort of systemic infection or some sort of basically infectious process that could be life threatening. And so we've got to do what we can to get inflammation under control in our society. And so I think about it like a fire in a fireplace. You know, if the fire is on in the fireplace, it's great. It warms the house. You know, it creates a great environment, an ambiance. However, when we dump gasoline on the fire, right now it spreads on the walls and starts to burn our home. And obviously that's when it's a major issue. And so in our society, we have lifestyle habits that are dumping gasoline on the fire and causing us to burn up our home. And we just don't really understand it. We don't realize that's actually what we're doing to our body. And then we later, you know, after doing this for years and years and years, we get diagnosed with the chronic disease. But this is many years of chronic inflammation, damaging cells, tissues and organ systems of our body leading to, you know, that disease diagnosis. Absolutely. Absolutely. Thank you for laying that out so clearly. You know, it's so interesting in clinical work, sometimes it comes up. People are like, this just happened to me overnight, thinking that their body has attacked them or betrayed them and that their diagnosis has come on all of a sudden when in reality, nope, this was years in the making. So thank you so much for pointing that out for us. So anyone listening to this, if you have an inflammatory problem, please know. It took time for it to develop and it will take some time for it to heal. The good news is, if healing is possible, that it's likely to be a lot faster compared to the silent onset process. It's like too bad. It would be great if our body, as we get more and more inflamed, gave us a sound or a noise or maybe we turned polka dotted or something so we can know that something's going on here, you know? Yeah, for sure. And many times people do have chronic symptoms that are giving them a warning sign. And we just ignore it in our society, right? It's kind of like a check engine light goes on in our car. Typically we know, okay, I need to bring this in and get it looked at. But in our society, if we have headaches, chronic headaches, if we have chronic gut pain, if we have chronic joint pain, if we have skin rashes, acne, eczema, if we are gaining weight and we try some lifestyle strategies and we're just not losing weight, if we're gaining weight and we can go on and on, in our society, oftentimes the first thing we do is we go right to some sort of medication or we try to just ignore it. It's like we just let the check engine light stay on or we take some duct tape and just kind of stick it over it and pretend that everything's okay with the car. And that's really what we're doing. We're not actually getting to the root cause. Exactly. So that brings me to my very next question for you, which is this. What are some of the root causes of inflammation and how can this be measured quantitatively with lab testing? So when we look at root causes of chronic inflammation, one, and this is what you're really addressing in this summit, is a diet and lifestyle that is not right, right? So high blood sugar and insulin resistance, primarily driven by the food that we're consuming and lack of exercise, right? Lack of movement, food that we're consuming, obviously stress plays a role. So high stress, poor sleep hygiene and poor sleep quality. Sleep quality is super important. We've got to make sure we're sleeping really well when we are sleeping, but also proper hygiene when it comes to sleep. That plays a big role with our sleep quality. For example, shift workers, they might sleep eight or nine hours, but because they're sleeping at the wrong hours that are not right with, you know, humans, natural circadian rhythm or we're supposed to be sleeping at night, they tend to have higher levels of blood sugar and insulin resistance compared to people that are sleeping the same amount of hours and working kind of a normal shift and then sleeping overnight. So those are major factors. And then beyond that, we have things like chronic infections. So we know that when we have different infections, whether it's a candida overgrowth in our gut, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, H. pylori infections in our stomach, parasite infections, Lyme disease, things like that, that all drives up inflammatory processes in our body. Chronic overload of toxicity. All of us are exposed to chemicals in our air, water and food. So all of us have levels of toxicity coming into our system. But if our drainage and detoxification pathways are working properly, we should be eliminating a good amount of those and keeping our toxic bucket under control. And so we all have kind of like a toxic threshold. And so if we keep things under that threshold by keeping, you know, by limiting our exposure to toxins and then by allowing our body to detox and drain effectively, then, you know, that doesn't drive inflammation. However, if we're consuming lots of toxins from the food, we eat the air, we breathe the things we're putting on our skin, the water we're drinking, and then we're not doing things to help improve our lymphatic system, our liver, our gut, our kidneys. Right. We're not we're not peeing. You know, we should be urinating. Right. We should be peeing out toxins. We should be breathing them out. So respiration, perspiration, that's sweating, urination and defecation. Right. So we should be peeing, pooping, breathing. And sweating out these toxins. If we're not doing that, then our toxic load goes up, goes over that threshold, drives inflammation in the body. So toxicity is a big factor. You know, I mentioned stress. There can also be things like post -traumatic stress disorders. Right. So where somebody's had major trauma and their body never really recovered from that trauma and they're kind of reliving that trauma. Maybe somebody that was a war veteran or perhaps they were sexually abused or something along those lines. Right. They may relive those traumas on a regular basis, driving up inflammation in the body. So all of these things need to be addressed and and considered. Somebody might be living in a mold toxic house, right, breathing in mold and mycotoxins on a daily basis. They're trying to live a healthy lifestyle, but they're constantly overloading their their system with toxins. And so we've got to be able to look at all of those factors and make sure that we're addressing those to keep inflammation under control. Now, when we're measuring inflammation on labs, there's some easy labs that we can look at. You know, you can get done on blood work. For example, one of the most common is high sensitivity C reactive protein. CRP is a protein that our body, our immune system produces in response to inflammation. And, you know, so long as you don't get a false negative, like if you work out really intensely right before you get your blood test done, your CRP will be through the roof. That's actually a healthy level of inflammation, because after we exercise, we have inflammation to help our body heal and recover. So normally you want to not work out roughly 48 hours before getting the test done, ideally at least 24 hours. So you get the right measurement and your HSCRP should ideally be under one and really as close to zero as possible. And so typically it's not flag tie unless it's up over two or three, somewhere in that range. But anything over one is a sign that there's underlying inflammation there. And that's something that we definitely want to look at and address. So that's a big factor. You know, I know in this in this summit, I'm sure you've got people talking about things like hemoglobin A1C. We know hemoglobin A1C, that's a sign of the glycation process or basically when a sugar molecule binds to a major protein, like in this case, when it binds to hemoglobin, major protein that helps bring oxygen to the cells in the body and denatures the hemoglobin. And so it causes a sticky protein process. So we should have ideally like the optimal range really is is really under under 5 .2 on the hemoglobin, 5 .2 percent under. And so typically in our society, nothing is flagged until it's up over six, up over six percent. I like to keep mine under five, right? Between four point five and five. Some are in that range to make sure that my hemoglobin, my red blood cells have great capacity to bring oxygen to the cells so I can create the cellular energy I need to really thrive. So hemoglobin A1C is a really good marker. There's another one actually that you can test, too. It's it's it's called a novel marker for systemic inflammation. It's called GlycA, right? And so it's also a marker of glycosylation and again, a sugar molecule binding to proteins. In this case, GlycA looks at proteins particularly involved in the immune system. And so when that's elevated, I like to see it between one hundred and three hundred. Some are in that range, more closer to one hundred when it's up over three hundred. We know that's a sign of systemic inflammation. In fact, there are some individuals that will have normal HSCRP, but we'll see the GlycA elevated. And so that's a really good it's a novel marker. They've just been doing a number of studies on that, really starting just in the last five years. Very interesting marker. We know, for example, statin drugs will have a cholesterol lowering medications can have a mild anti -inflammatory effect that may bring CRP down, but they don't bring GlycA down. Whereas a lot of lifestyle strategies that you're talking about on the summit will help bring both of those markers down. And so that's a that's a really important thing to be looking at. Another key marker is LDH, lactate dehydrogenase, which is part of our natural energy, you know, our glycolysis and Krebs cycle. It's kind of a Krebs cycle glycolysis intermediary enzyme. And so when that's elevated, it's a sign that there's inflammation, particularly heart tissue related as well as liver. Right. Could be related to liver. And speaking of liver, liver enzymes are another really good marker. So when we're seeing liver enzymes like ALT, AST, GGT, when these when these are elevated up over roughly up over 25, that's a sign that there's inflammation affecting the liver cells. And then based on the ratios, for example, if ALT is real high, AST is kind of in the normal range, roughly 10 to 25 in that normal range. We know that inflammation is really affecting the liver when AST is high and ALT is more in the normal range or a lot lower than AST. We start thinking about that inflammation affecting muscle tissues or affecting the heart in particular. So that's a key marker for that. When GGT is real high up over 25 again and the AST and ALT are lower than the GGT, then we start thinking about biliary tree, gallbladder, bile ducts, that region. So it kind of helps us understand more of where that inflammation may be located. So these are just some of the markers. You know, if you get a good a good look, you know, you can also look at just a lipid panel, like where you're looking at your LDL, which is considered the bad cholesterol, your triglycerides, your HDL levels. We like to see the triglyceride to HDL ratio. If there was one thing I was going to look at on a lipid panel, I think all the markers can have some importance. We can get some good clinical data from all those markers. But if there was one marker I think is most important to look at, it would be the triglyceride to HDL ratio. So how many triglycerides, which are basically free fatty acids that our body can use as an energy source that are circulating in the bloodstream versus the high density lipoproteins, which are a carrier molecule that helps bring fats, lipids, all different types of molecules back to the liver from the cells. And so when we're looking at that ratio, we ideally should be under two. So under two parts triglyceride to HDL, roughly close to one. And that kind of close, as close to one as possible, one part triglyceride, one part HDL, like to see that triglyceride level certainly under a hundred. OK, and we look at that. That is a key marker for insulin resistance and inflammation. If your triglyceride to HDL ratio is up over two, if your HDL is under 50, you know, triglycerides are up over a hundred. You know, definitely a sign of insulin resistance and inflammation taking place in the body as long as the test is done fasting. Right. We always want to make sure with the lipid panel definitely can be affected if we eat a meal right before we we get that lab done. But that's a really key marker to look at and helps us understand how well our body's responding to getting nutrients into the cells. So when triglycerides are real high, we're not good at burning fat for fuel. We've got all these extra fats out in the cell or outside in the bloodstream. And those fats can become denatured and cause more reactive oxygen species and drive up oxidative stress and inflammation in the system. So all very important markers to be looking at. A lot of these tests are not expensive, but glyca is a little bit more pricey. But most of the other ones you can easily get from your physician. Just go in, ask for the high sensitivity, high sensitivity to your reactive protein, lipid panel, liver enzymes. Right. They'll run all of those. And then one other marker that we should look at as well as vitamin D levels are 25 hydroxy vitamin D. A lot of research out showing that levels on certainly under 30 nanograms per milliliter, where you're you're the lab will actually flag you as deficient, you know, linked with all cause mortality. So if you have levels under 30, you're all cause mortality, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, neurodegenerative condition. We talk about any sort of chronic disease and then dying of anything goes up. Right. So it's really easy actually to bump that up. Ideally, we do it by getting in the sun. However, most of us just not getting enough sunshine. We may not be living in an area where the sun's going to impact us in a significant way to get the vitamin D if we're up. Let's say we live in Canada, we live in Maine, we live in these northern climates. It's going to be harder to get enough vitamin D from the sun. But if we are in a you know, even if we are in that location, like in the summer months, trying to get as much sun on as much of your body as possible. Obviously, you don't want to burn. But outside of that, trying to get the sunshine is key. Sun offers a lot more benefits than just a vitamin D supplement. However, taking a vitamin D supplement as well can be really helpful. I usually recommend about a thousand international units per twenty five pounds of body weight taken with meals you do at one or two doses, depending on how much of that you need. And that will definitely get your vitamin D levels up. You want to test every three to six months or so and kind of look at where you're at. Ideally, I like to see it up over 60 nanograms per milliliter, usually not concerned about overdosing. The research shows that as long as you keep it really under about 150 nanograms per milliliter, you won't deal with any sort of, you know, toxicity, vitamin D toxicity. It's really hard to get it up over 150, although it can be done if you're taking like 50 ,000 units every single day. So if you're taking roughly five, 10, 15 ,000 units every day, you're probably going to optimize your vitamin D and do really well. And so those would be some of the key labs I would definitely recommend. 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A highlight from Episode 122 - Sept. 17th, 2023 - B.A.N.S
"All right, all right, all right, all right. Welcoming you guys to another lovely episode of On The Record Podcast. I am DJ Intense, your host the most. And to the left of me, I have I am Walt. What's up, Walt? I'm about to say another word, my guy. If you guys heard earlier, you know, we were just doing some things off cameras. They're off the record. Things we don't, we're not going to bring on the record. And if we are, you're not going to get it. Unless you paid for it to Patreon. You know? Yeah, me too. That voice you hear right now, but there's no other than Ceddi said, what's up Ceddi? The infamous C -E -D. What's up people? How you doing people? I'm doing all right, I'm doing all right, man. You know, we took some time off. It was Labor Day weekend. Yeah. And then the final weekend, which is work weekend. Dude, we were work, work, work, work, work. Nonstop. Dude, I just figured they don't. Almost 90 hours of work. OT, OT. Man. One day was 20 hours of work. That's the state job. I can't wait till you quit that job. You and I both, brother. I need to make some money, but working like a slave ain't it, man? Nah. Bob Brock just said it. You think that you can get by with this hard work alone? Nah, you're fooling yourself. You're fooling yourself. Used to do that, but now you're doing that. It's a lie. It's a lie. It's a myth. All people is you do hard work, and you'll become a successor, that's all. Listen, reality is in this country, in America, you have to do a lot of grime. You gotta do a lot of collaboration. Depending on how you wanna do it, but most of the time, all those people who are billionaires and trillionaires are the ones who did the most foul -ish humanly possible to get what they're at right now in life. Listen, right now we're at over 180 days in the writer's strike and the actor's strike right now. And it could have ended this right now. This thing should have been handled already. $50 million for both unions. And now they're gonna get a loss of over $300 to $500 million because of this strike. And you have people like Drew Barrymore's punk ass. Well, she reneged on it though. She had to, because dude, she was getting the business with the WGA and the SGA. And it's separate, you know. Even... Bill Maher's bitch ass too, man, was... I didn't get the damn thing off the running. Was, oh, I don't need no writers, I'll be our show. Look, dude, your show sucks. The Seddie Swear Counter is in full effect. There you go, you have one. You can do like a ding sound from now on for my swears. I'm gonna keep it calm. I'm gonna keep it professional. Seddie the Sailor Man. I can't swish, come on. Listen, man, I'm just telling you, when Seddie get that spinach boy, man, we poppin' ice today. Oh, yeah. Little bird watch out. Now, but on some real issues, like dude, Bill Maher, the guy who said, I'm not a field n -word, I'm a house n -word, and who crapped on Stan Lee after he died and stuff, and says a bunch of other ridiculously retarded things, says he's gonna do a show. Stan Lee who? Marvel comic Stan Lee. Oh, Stan Lee, oh. That's what Bill Maher said. Yo, he be going extra heavy trying to relate to us blacks. You're a not house n -word. You're at the table, bro. You got the good chair. You got the good piece of chicken. He used to be down by the dam, but nowadays, man, it's horrible. He's just, you know, he's trying. What the legend Paul Mooney said, everybody wants to be black, so it's time to be black? Listen, you think Paul Mooney is trying to be black and competent? Hell no. I want to be in a gated community area. What's wrong with you? Like he says, everybody wants to be black. He listen to King Koon, so he know what that's about. Yeah, but Bill Maher is doing his show still, which I think it was crap with writers. It's going to be crap about writers. And then, you know, you're going to have to hire writers who are not non -union writers. We're going to be scabs. We're going to pretty much destroy their any chance of them getting actual work when the strike is done. If you get caught. Well, if you are what you say you are, then have no fear. Even if you're on YouTube and you want to get a chance of being in the industry, you can't do no reviews. No, no movie reviews, no TV show reviews, nothing. There's a strike. You doing that? You will be known and accounted for when you want to get your membership. And trust me, you don't want those problems. But my thing is, if there was already YouTubers like successful already doing movie reviews and being credible and stuff like that, that won't affect them. Is it already locked in like a partnership or whatever with certain movies? Then they could do it. As long as they get the permission from their respective union. OK. If they do something brand new, if we're coming out with The Exorcist coming out next week, they can't do no review for that at all. Oh, wow. Wah wah. Listen, I can't go into it because I want to become in that union because I want to be a voice actor. You want to sell out. I get it. So I can't speak on it at all. No, no, no. He's not selling out. No, he wants to. He wants to. No, he doesn't want to sell out. You want the Disney money. No, I want to buy in. He wants to buy in. Oh, yes. You want to buy in, you got to sell out, right? No, the license is fucking me, bro. I'm just saying. The license, the thing to get a SAG card, it's over $3 ,000 to get a SAG card. And you have to get that SAG card in order to get some work and residuals and all that stuff. That's just what it is. Listen, man, listen, Harvey Weinstein's in prison, bro. He can't get to you, my guy. He can't get to you, my guy. Listen, man, don't take that hotel meeting, bro. Am I Rose McGowan? Shoot it. It's either a Zoom call. I'm actually Judd. It's either a Zoom call or a posh Beverly Hills restaurant or a Permell Studios, wherever that super creep was out here making his rounds. But you don't got to worry about that no more. Filthy behavior. One of the girls was saying like, yeah, when I said no more hanky panky, you know. He felt a way. Yeah, you want that rolling letter to there, don't you? My guy, how could he feel a way? You've been imposing your will on these ladies for a long time. Speaking of entertainment, you had a concert this weekend, right? Yeah, yeah. I was, you know, I was like. This guy was really outside. I was like, I was like, I was like. What concert was this? I was like. Let me tell you. Go ahead, say it. I was like from the acting sheriff up north, back to back out here, you know. Yes, so for all the first time, longtime listeners, and you know, last time listening to how evidence goes, I had a couple of shows. This past Thursday, I went to an event that was sponsored by Spotify for up and coming artists. I saw three, three very, very talented artists. The main artist I went to see goes by Kamari. He's an artist that I discovered around COVID. He has a lot of like influences. He reminds me of like a Frank Ocean. He's really that, you know, artist type dude. And he put out this great, incredible album called A Brief Nirvana, which I advise everybody to check out. His name is Kamari, K -H -A -M -A -R -I. Highly recommend him. And I also saw these two other artists from the UK, St. Harrison and Elmin. That's my boy. And overall, it was a great experience, very, you know. It was at SOB, Sound of Brazil in New York City. Very intimate setting, great turnout, great energy.
A highlight from Orange Pilling Through Sport with Steven Nelkovski & Patrick O'Sullivan
"The beautiful thing about Bitcoin is if it works with baseball, it works with anything. If you think about value for value, the model, it changes everything. Right. Hello. How are you all? Hello from Lebanon. What a cool country this place is. It's really strange. As I travel around the world, sometimes I go to these places where you worry about the economic situation, you end up meeting the most amazing, incredible people, most amazing resilient people, and Lebanon is exactly that. So I cannot wait to get this film out. Anyway, welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the legends at Iris Energy, the largest NASDAQ listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host Peter McCormack, and today we have Perth Heat on the show. We've got CEO Stephen and chief Bitcoin officer Patrick, Patrick O 'Sullivan. I was going to try and say Stephen's name. I think it's Nelkowski, Nelkowski, I think Stephen Nelkowski. Danny, what is it? Nelkowski. We've never had Danny on an intro before. Nelkowski. Yes. CEO Stephen Nelkowski. Now I've known Stephen for quite some time. When we announced Rael Bedford, he'd already announced his Perth Heat Bitcoin project, and then I met him out in Miami. He gave me a jersey, and we've kind of been knocking back DMs on Twitter for this whole time sharing ideas, talking about what they're up to, what we're up to. There is so much alignment between the Perth Heat baseball team and what they're doing in Australia and what we're doing with Rael Bedford over in the UK. And so yeah, I've been keeping an eye on their progress, been impressed with everything they're doing. They're definitely a little bit ahead of us, but there's so much alignment between us and them. And I know not everybody loves the football side of things, but this Bitcoin and sports thing, I'm telling you, it's so important. It's important on so many levels, there's so many chances to orange pill people by meeting them where they're at. And I'm telling you, Bitcoin and sports is going to be big. So give me your feedback. Let me know what you think. I hope you enjoy the show. Absolutely loved it. Steve is a legend. Patrick is absolutely beavering away like a legend trying to get all the Bitcoin stuff going for them. I'm going to be nicking some of their ideas. Hopefully, we will have some cool ideas. They can nick as well. But yes, let me know your feedback. Let me know what you think. It's hello at whatbitcoindid .com. Welcome, brother. Good to be on. Who's your friend? This is the chief Bitcoin officer of the Perth Heat. You actually the chief Bitcoin officer? That's it. That's the title. Chief Bitcoin officer. That's all I do. That's what I'm trying to get Ben Ark to do for us. You know Ben Ark? Yes. He doesn't even like football. But he comes along. He gets the whole thing. Great role to have. Emerging role. Yeah. You saw that job ad for that Bulgarian team. Yeah. That's amazing. Yeah. We've got a call with them. Joe Hall's trying to get me to talk to them. But there's two upcoming Bitcoin football teams, young whippersnappers. The league is expanding quickly. We've had a couple of recent inquiries from teams in Europe wanting to speak about what we've done with the baseball team. But as we've said so many times on Twitter and in comments that the Bitcoin sports league is a lot closer than what most people think. There's a lot of interest. Yeah. You beat us to it. I think you beat us to it. We had a couple of weeks between us, I think. Was it that close? It was. There was a nose between, I think, the two announcements. We were early November. I think you were late November, early December, something like that. We're talking 21, aren't we? 21? 20 said? Yeah. It was 21. Because I think I announced - November 21? Yeah. I think I announced December 21. Yeah. And we took over the team in April 22. Yes. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You just beat us. Justin. So many things have changed since then as well in so many ways. What we thought we'd be doing in two years has just dramatically changed so quickly. It's awesome. There's loads we can get into and we're going to. But let's just do a bit of background stuff just for people listening so we can build the picture of what we're doing. So, like, introduce yourself, what you do, and yourself. I know we know you're the Bitcoin officer, but like, and then just tell people about Perth Heat, who they are, and then we'll build from there. Yeah, easy. So my name's Steven. I'm the chief executive of the Perth Heat, who are Australia's most successful baseball team. We've won 15 national titles. We've had 34 players who have played Major League Baseball. We've got an exceptional relationship with the Tampa Bay Rays, who send us out six to each eight players Australian summer. And these are top end draft picks. So one of the players they sent us last season, Junior Caminero, is on the verge of playing in the big leagues right now. So they send us the best of the best in terms of their young talent. And we build a squad and we play a season in the Australian summer. We've got a history of winning. We've got a history of producing great players. We're also the Bitcoin baseball team. And it's been, yeah, it's been an incredible ride. How big is baseball in Australia? It's big. It's look, it's obviously we've got the big sports in terms of Aussie rules. You've got rugby. You've got strong national teams with the Australian cricket team. You've got the Socceroos, you've got the Matildas. So it's not a tier one sport. But in terms of the quality of the competition, if you look at the fact that Perth Heat have had 34 players who have played for the Heat and then gone on to play Major League Baseball, there's no other team or competition that could produce that sort of statistics. So if you looked at one of the football teams like the Perth Glory, they haven't had 34 players who have played in the Premier League. So it's the competition is extremely tough and would be one of the best winter leagues in the world, especially with our association with Major League Baseball. So they send players out to you to get game time. And they also scout players that you have got of your own. There's a bit of scouting. There's international scouts in every city. But the idea of sending them out to us is they will see how the players will react in a foreign environment, a different style of baseball, different time of year. How do these players go in an environment over Christmas, New Year? Some of them are coming back from injury. Some of them have had interrupted seasons. That's a good chance for some of them to also build game time. But it's a program now with Tampa. Then in the last five years, we've had five players already play Major League Baseball. Jacob Lopez was the last just a couple of weeks ago. And as I said, Junior Caminero is knocking the house down, his 27 home runs this year. It's just a phenomenal generational athlete. And what kind of crowds do you get? Yeah, they vary across the weekend. We play a series. So we'll play Friday night. We'll play two games on a Saturday. Two? Two games on a Saturday. And then we'll play another one on a Sunday. So there's four games in the space of 72 hours. And the crowd's roughly between 5 ,000 to 7 ,000 over the weekend. OK, wow. So two in a day. What kind of demands are put on the players? Well, it's different. So baseball, if you're a pitcher, the demands are extreme. Every time you throw the ball, it is logged. It is monitored. It is counted. If you're an outfield player or an infielder, one of the batters, then that's what you're built for. You're built to play every game. So all the pressure's on the pitcher? Pitchers, yeah. Good pitching will win you championships. You need a really strong pitching lineup to bring in the different times of the game. And that's the part of your lineup which you really have to monitor so carefully. Because you could start a series with a pitcher. And if he doesn't perform well, when you bring him out of the game, when you introduce someone else. And then if they don't perform well, how quickly do you run through your rotation knowing that you've got four games to get through? So there's a lot of analytics that we look at, we monitor. And as we said, that pitch count is very, very closely watched. I've been to a few baseball games. I've been to see the A's. I've been to see the Dodgers a few times. I've been to see probably your team. Yes. We went to the Yankees. Yeah, we went to the Yankees. It was too hot, wasn't it? Yeah, it was so hot. It was so hot. Our knees were burning. There's not many roofs on the stadiums, yeah? So you're sitting out in the sun, yeah, baking. But there's heat, but it was too hot. Our legs were in shorts, our legs were burning, so we just went and stood at the back and drunk beer. Then the Yankees get absolutely back. I think they were 10 down within two innings. It was like insane. Yeah, but it's a crazy game. It can be 10 down, and you can still win. My wife has now accepted that no matter how far in front we are in a game, she won't relax until that last out. You can be 6 -0 up, 8 -0 up, and you can still lose a game just like that. It's very, very different of football. In football, if you're 3 -0 up, it's effectively game over, yeah? But in baseball, a three -run lead, a four -run lead, it can change with just one pitch if a batter walks, and then suddenly things just change. It's taken a while to understand and to even get comfortable with it. When I first started in the role five years ago, baseball traditionalists would say, well, that's baseball. It's like, no, it's not. It's bad game management. But yeah, it's baseball. It happens in the big leagues. It happens in Australia, and sometimes it happens with Perth Heat. And so your wife, is that because she's got into the baseball, or she's planning for what your move's going to be like? Bit of both. She has to be into it, but I'm not a good loser at all. Yeah, I'm not probably the best person to speak to if we lose a game for a good 24 hours. After we lost the championship series, that 24 hours was probably four months. Mate, honestly, I know exactly how you feel. We lost three games last season in the league. We lost one cup game, and then we got thrown out of a cup because we played an illegible player should have been suspended, administrative error. Every single one of those, I was not good for 24 hours. I spent the next 24 hours saying, what did I do wrong to contribute to that? Even though it's the team and the manager, it's like, what could I have done more? Could we have prepared the team better? Did we not provide the right resources, or did we not get the balance of the roster correct? There's so many things that go through your mind, but yeah, I'm certainly not a good loser. Were you a Perth Heat fan before? No, with a surname like Neil Kobski, you grew up with a round ball in my household. I was a football fan from an early age. This is a true story. Before I took the role with Heat, I had not watched a baseball game from start to finish. I had not watched a full nine innings. I'd watched parts of a game, but I hadn't watched a whole game. That first year in charge was challenging because you'd be with corporate partners, and I didn't know all the rules, and something would happen during a game, and they'd ask, why did that happen? I'd scratch my head and say, I'd have to find out for you. I'm obsessed with it now. My wife loves watching players steal bases, just running from base to base or trying to steal. Then I look at my family, Grey Caritage, and they're all into it and enjoy coming to the ballpark. Most people I introduce do enjoy it because, again, it's a different sport in terms of the pace of the game. You can relax a little bit more and then sit back and enjoy the menu of the hot dogs or the crackerjack and see some home runs in the background. Well, you don't understand the sport. It's a bit like cricket, right? Most Americans, almost every American does not understand cricket. Are you trying to explain test cricket, that it's five days, two innings each, it could rain and end in a draw? Nobody understands it, but when you understand the game, you understand what brilliant test cricket is. Like my son, he watched the Ashes with me, and I had the first two tests, I was explaining how this works, why they might declare, what the follower knows, which never got used. Trying to explain the strategy of it all. And then once he understood, he got into it, and I was mentioning going to watch baseball. I said to you before we started recording, I was dating that girl in LA, so we were going to watch the Dodgers. It was a playoff season, and I must have gone to maybe five games. I went to the game, I don't know if you know the one where Justin Turner hit a walk -off home run in the playoffs. I think it was against, it might have been the Cubs, but by the way, that itself was an unreal moment. The great finish there. Unbelievable. But I had a guy who was sat with me each game explaining it to me. And one of the things I'd never known about is the whole pitcher strategy. My from assumption the little I'd watched here or there, it was just one guy all game. And if somebody came on and it was injury, I didn't realize you're strategically placing different pitchers in the game, especially towards the end of the seventh, eighth, ninth innings. I didn't know any of that. And so once you understood that, you understood the strategy. And then there's huge strategy, whether you're bringing in a left -handed pitcher to pitch to a right -handed batter, left -handed batter, or someone that can face up to a curveball better than a slider, et cetera. Explaining the game to someone in baseball is a lot easier in the ballpark. If you're watching it off the screen, it's a bit harder to pick up. If you sit in the ballpark and you've got someone that can explain the rules, you will understand it a lot quicker than watching it at home. But the strategy behind pitching is nuts. The movie Moneyball and the strategy behind the analytics is spot on. There's so much you can gain out of the numbers. And that's a big part of our relationship, even with Tampa, is the Tampa front office and what they have in terms of identifying talent and how they use it is something that is a great benefit to an organization like the Perth Heat as well. There's a whole Moneyball thing that started coming to football as well. I know specifically teams like Brentford and Brighton have used it. But they're using it in a different way. They're trying to identify talent, which they sell out. I mean, Brighton. Can you look up their sales of players? I mean, Brighton. They have a profit of 130 million pounds, was it, this summer? I mean, historically, they weren't ever a Premier League team. No. It's only in the last, what, five, six years did they become Premier League? They're now established. But the volume of players they sell and the rates they sell their players for, have they got recent sales? Yeah. Let me pull it up. It was the same with Southampton. They kind of had that strategy as well. So there we go. Okay. Caicido, 160 million euros. McAllister, you went to Liverpool, 42 million. Sanchez, 23 million. But there's more in the previous. I mean, is that just this season? Yeah, that's this season. Did you have last season as well? I don't think it was on him. What was up at the top when you scrolled to the top? That was people who had come in. Right. Okay. But this is their whole strategy. I mean, they're now talking, this guy just got a hat -trick. The other Ferguson got the hat -trick against Newcastle the other day. People are starting to talk about him. And they've managed to have this rotation of players. Even though they're selling their best players, they've got these new ones coming through and they've got like an identity, which means it's a profitable business. Luton were the same. So Luton Town managed to get back in the Premier League from going into non -league, which itself is incredible. But they had a whole strategy of bringing players through and it's part of their revenue model. Does that perform part of your actual revenue model to develop players? For Perth Heat, it's a little bit different because if we have players that we continue to develop, they'll get drafted. And the draft system works a little bit differently to football where the club doesn't take the profit. The actual transfer fee goes direct to the player. Oh, wow. It's one of the first questions our board of management asked when they took the license over. How can we develop players and on -sell them? But it doesn't work like that in baseball, unfortunately. So, yeah, we've got a great farm system of producing young Aussie talent to go and pick up minor league contracts. But there's no return there to the club, unfortunately. Were you a baseball fan before you joined? I mean, I played when I was a kid. But not much of a fan. No. No, it was strictly because of the opportunity that came up that I joined. And when did you join? When? Same time. So about a year before, when the talks happened about, well, maybe this is something that we might be able to do. And then what the details look like for making it a possibility for a team to embrace Bitcoin as much as the team has. And then suddenly realizing that it's going to be significantly more work than what it first appeared to be. Because I didn't really have a role there to begin with. I didn't have a job. I wasn't working there at all. But then sort of trying to orange pill the board after Steve got it and to show them what we could do with it. It was very much, this is the idea. This is what we think we can do with it. And their attitude was, OK, go out and prove it and show them exactly what we could do to kick things off. And then from there, it was just small win after small win. And then realizing, well, if we're going to actually do it and announce things in November about just how far down the rabbit hole we were going to go, that we couldn't just, you know, Bitcoin is not at the point now where you can just launch and say, OK, everything worked perfectly. I mean, you know, it's so hit and miss with things that will work and things that won't work. And that's integration with systems that are already in place, especially when you're talking about a business of this size. You know, it's not your micro strategy. We don't have teams and teams of lawyers or people that can look after all of the various elements. And to go all in on Bitcoin means really restructuring how you do everything. And eventually that came back to me as my sort of ability to transition and see what will work, what's going to work now, what will work in 90 days from now and what it's going to look like in 180 days from now. All of that has changed and just somewhat to stay on top of that and to help integrate it into the systems that Steve is already looking after. Yeah. So I'm going to be interested to compare and contrast what you've done to what we've done, because like we're tiny. You know, our crowds are tiny. When we take, if you want to pay with Bitcoin on a match day, we're talking a handful of transactions. You got up to 7000 people there. So that's that's an entirely different beast. What were you, sorry Steve, what were you doing before you joined? My background is media marketing, so I used to be a sports reporter on one of the commercial networks here in Australia with Channel 7. I was there 14 years as a broadcaster, used to commentate to football games. But after being a reporter for the best part of 15 years and seeing how sports organisations run, that's where the real appetite for running a sports organisation came in and wanting to win championships. So I went and worked for a local football team, which is the Perth Glory, who play in the A -League. I was in a media marketing role there for a few years. Is that where Robbie Fowler played? He did the great man. God. Yeah. He used to come over to Mum's house every week for dinner. Shut up. Yeah. Are you serious? A gentleman. One of the most beautiful men. Yeah. We're always on the text to each other. He's a... You're friends with Robbie Fowler? Yeah. There we go. You're in. I want an interview with him. He's one of my childhood heroes. Oh wow. Yeah. And you know what? He's just a lad. He's just brilliant. He came and played for the organisation. And yeah, it was Monday night's dinner at Mum's house. He loved the Greek food, so we kept to a winning formula. That's unbelievable. Do you know the song the Liverpool fans sing about him? About we all live in a Robbie Fowler house. Do you know about this? I don't know. So Robbie Fowler is one of the footballers who was very smart with his money. He just bought just properties all over Liverpool constantly. And see, he's got this huge property portfolio in Liverpool. And so the Liverpool fans sing, we all live in a Robbie Fowler house. Yeah. He's a... He's God. He's God. He's just an awesome guy. Good fun to hang out with. And yeah, made so much time for the people of Perth. We had a great year together. And he's also very cheeky as well. There was a time where we weren't performing too well. We'd lost, I think, five games on the trot. And it was the time that Wayne Rooney was having a whole heap of issues with Manchester United. And we were about to do this live TV cross for Channel 7. And we knew the chairman wasn't too happy at the time. So I said, we've just got to try and deflect here. And Robbie had been in the UK for a week. And the presenter said, so Robbie, what was the trip to the UK all about? And he said, it was to chat to Wayne. And my phone had been, the media marketing guy just blew up, Fleet Street just went mad with this. It was just an off -the -cuff joke that we were trying to sign Wayne Rooney. And it was just everywhere within hours and we had to put out a press release and it was great because it deflected off the five losses that we'd had, but it was just a bit of a piss take. What was his scoring record like at Perth? Look, it wasn't as good as what it was at Liverpool. We would have been nice for him to score a few more goals, but the team struggled a little bit that year. And I think he ended up maybe with a dozen goals from memory somewhere around there. But it was a good year. And then again, I remember him taking out a little urn when England won the Ashes out before a game. And he put it up on his head and there was photos of it. He's just a great prankster in a lot of ways. He's an awesome person to have in your change room. And yeah, I'm really happy to call him a friend. So I went down the Robbie Fowler rabbit hole with my son the other week because, did you watch the Liverpool Newcastle game the other week? No, I missed it. Right. So I said to my son that there were two games when I was a kid when Liverpool played Newcastle. There were four, three consecutive years. The first one was a back and forth. I think Liverpool went 1 -0 up, then Newcastle went 2 -1 up, then Liverpool got it back to 2. Then they went 3 -2 up, then 3 -0. Liverpool went 4 -3. Stan Collimore in the 90th minute. It's an unreal game. And then a year later, Liverpool went 3 -0 up, Newcastle got it back to 3 -0. And then in the last minute, Robbie Fowler scores ahead of this flying header to go 4 -3. And so I then just had to explain Robbie Fowler to my son, why everyone said he was God. And we went down this kind of rabbit hole of Robbie Fowler goals. I was always really sad, though, because when he left Liverpool, I'm trying to remember, was it Leeds and Man City he went to? Did play both, yeah. Yeah, and I just couldn't accept him, not in a Liverpool shirt. Not in a Liverpool shirt, yeah. It didn't make sense to me. No, iconic to that club, and yeah. Absolute legend. Sorry, there's a bit of a tangent. OK, so going from commentator to chief exec, that's quite a jump. Did you have to kind of prove yourself you were capable? Did you have to pitch yourself for it? Look, I did the four years at Perth Glory in a media marketing role. I then stepped outside of sport for the first time in my career and just did some sales, what they called home and land packages here in Australia, selling some land in the house with it, and quickly went into a management role there with one of the companies. And then the opportunity came with the heat, and I was given the chance to run my first club, which was good because at the time I'd just started as president of a football club as well. So the management position was quite similar. I've run both roles now for the last five years, which has been brilliant. What is the mandate for the chief exec? How does it compare to, say, a chairman in a football team? Just look, every club's structure can be a little bit different, so yeah, a chairman for us is one of the shareholders, majority shareholder of our club, so he's who I report to. I've got the day -to -day running of the organisation, and I report to our chairman. What are the main things that you're responsible for the team in ensuring they've got the resources they need? Everything, yeah. Everything, yeah. I run the organisation. So it's basically probably almost identical to my role. Correct. Yeah, absolutely. Bigger numbers. Yeah, there's bigger numbers, but I don't think it really matters, and there's probably a good contrast with a football club. Whether you've got 10 members, 100 members, 1 ,000 members, a million members, the communication is still the same. You still treat your members the same way, regardless of how many zeros are involved. It's the same if you do a social media post, whether your club's only got 50 members or 50 ,000, you're still putting out information. So in some ways, don't get scared by the numbers. It's treat the position with respect and your members and partners, et cetera. Again, corporate partners, regardless of what the partnership value is, they're a corporate partner.
A highlight from Bitcoin Crashing LIVE! (Vitalik Hacked)
"Welcome to Discover Crypto, everybody. Today is September 11th. Yes, September 11th. It is 11 .34am. You may notice a new change. A little different colors over here. Maybe a little bit of a different logo right there. But we still have the same squad. We still have the same people. We still got AJ. We still got Drew on the ones and twos in the corner. Me and Drew are one step closer to eating MREs. It's going to be fantastic. Guys, we're going to talk about SEC. We're going to talk about XRP. We got an ETH hack. Vitalik got hacked. Did ETH get hacked? Is all your ETH gone? So we're going to talk about the Vitalik hack. Also, FTX. What do they hold, everybody? But guys, we're going to have another video coming out pretty soon. Probably what? After the live stream. Do we know when that's going out, Drew? I'll have to check. We'll have to check. We'll have an answer by the end of the show. We have a video explaining a lot of things, explaining everything. We just hope that you watch it. We'll share it. When as soon as I get the tweet, I'll share it to everybody. But let's just get right into the show. Does that sound good to you, AJ? That sounds great to me. AJ, you look fresh today. You got the gel. You got the cool shoes on. You look tan. You look glowing. How was your weekend? I went to the first round of SMX in Charlotte, North Carolina, working for my weekend job, which is for Racer X Magazine. It's a very well -known motocross industry kind of thing. And I had an absolute blast. Caught up with a bunch of my friends. Spent way too much time in the sun, but hey, probably needed it. And the race was great. I'm excited. I might be going to the last round in two weeks in LA. Oh, did you see Johnny Crypto out there? Nope. He's the other motocross. Guys, we see Bitcoin is dumping. Okay, we're going to look at the charts pretty quickly. We might even bump it up a little bit just to get into it. Let's just pull it up. Let's just get right into the show, everybody. Yeah, you can see a fresh little dump. Let me hit refresh because, guys, it is not looking great on the short term. And even when you zoom out, you're going to see that we kind of broke some key levels. This is the 24 -hour chart for Bitcoin. Currently, we're coming in at $25 ,118. But if you look at the 7 -day, you'll see exactly what I'm talking about. We've been trading in this range. We spiked above it, but you just see that flat, flat range. And we go to the 14 -day. In the 30 -day, it looks even more sharp. Just hanging out, hanging out flat, and then we drop below. Let's go to the 30 -day. You see, we haven't fallen below this level in a while. And if we keep going, you'll see even more of the same. Back about around 3 months ago, we dipped down into the $24K level. So as long as we stay above this area, I'm not going to feel super, super scared. Now, you see the dump, AJ. Are you feeling a little worried, a little fear here? Well, I know Kelly is doing TA, but Drew, if you go to my chart really fast, one thing I just want to point out is that this line right here, this yellow line, what I talked about last week, the $25 ,300 area, that is a super important support resistance line from way back here, right? And if we lose this line, I am pretty worried moving forward. Very, very worried moving forward. I'm probably looking to fall to $23 ,000s, maybe worse. But I've been saying it for a while that this line is my make or break right now. So let's hope for the best. And that's Marcus. Wait a minute. What do you got going? Is that trading view or a puddle filled with oil? I didn't clean it up, but this is Lux Algo. With Market Cipher, I run a lot of stuff. It looks like craziness to you guys, but it makes sense to me, but I'll clean it up for next time. It looks like the console from a 1980s sci -fi movie where they showed NASA desk. That's what it looks like. Let's look at the rest of the market here. We have Ethereum down as well. If we pull up this level, you can see we're now at $15 .59, dropping down everybody. We do the same thing we do with Bitcoin. You see we're hitting some levels we haven't seen in a while. And if you go down, we're actually lower than we were three months ago. Bitcoin fell below where we were three months ago. Ethereum is, I mean, held above. Ethereum is falling below, so losing some key areas right there. The 180 day doesn't look better. But when you go to the one year, it doesn't look quite as bad. And it does the same thing for Bitcoin. You click on the one year, it feels bearish. We've been trading sideways. Everything just feels bad. But you click on that one year, kind of puts things in perspective like, okay, maybe it's not all over. Maybe we are on an uptrend on the long term here. All right, let's look at some more coins here. We have BNB down 3%, XRP down 5 whopping percent, everybody. It is down basically the whole week here, down 6 .2%. Keeps growing by. We see Cardano finally broke out of that 25 cent range, been stuck at 25 cents. Now it is below. Am I going to look to buy some cheap Cardano? Maybe not. I might hold off and look for some different alts there. We have Solana down 2 .3 and then TonCoin down 5%. We're going to go to the top losers and have an idea. This is not going to look great. The top gainers, probably going to be stable coins. I don't know. I haven't clicked it myself. Let's see what we got. We have one coin. No, wait, whoa, gold. Gold is up and optimism is up. I don't even know if we should count PAX Gold. So we have one crypto essentially that is up. That is optimism. And then we have a couple gold pegged stable coins that are down. If we go to the top losers, we have RollBit down in the double digits, everybody. I hope you pulled some profits because we are down 27 % on the week. Arbitrum down 14 % on the week and Apecoin down almost 14 % of the week. Apecoin down almost 7%, Arbitrum down almost 10%. Huobi down as well. Radix. Radix always has to get in that top five of gainers or losers. And you can see you kind of hit the mark there. All right, anything standing out to you in the markets? Are you looking to buy some or are you looking to maybe see if we go down lower? I'm waiting to see what's going to happen, especially with the support resistance line on Bitcoin. I'm being patient right now. I'm being patient. I'm sitting out. Yep. All right. Well, some people weren't patient and they saw Vitalik tweet out a link. And they impatiently just snapped in, hit that button, they signed in and they connected their wallet. And next thing you know, they got drained from this Vitalik hack, everybody. But it wasn't his wallet that got hacked. It wasn't his bank account that got hacked. But his ex -account did get hacked, everybody. Ethereum co -creator Vitalik Buterin's ex -account reportedly breached. Hacker makes away with $690K. Did they stop there on purpose? Almost $700K, folks. You can see he was leading to a left of $690K. As per Decrypt, the breach happened on Saturday. A post surfaced on his feed promoting NFTs from a software provider, ConsenSys, which turned out to be a scam link displayed to his almost 5 million followers and asked victims to connect their wallets to mint the NFT. Instead, the hacker gained access to the funds. I believe a couple punks got stolen. So most of what got stolen was NFTs, folks. So just say you got to be careful out there. Maybe people don't have a whole bunch of ETH on the wallet, but they have some NFTs. And so they're out there, they're just clicking things, they're linking things, and it didn't end up going well for those people. So you got to be careful clicking links out there, folks. I think it was a little bit of a FOMO. If I'm guessing what, if you see an hour -long post or, you know, and maybe, but when you see it's, you know, you refresh by following and it's a 14 -second link, you might go ahead and click that because, oh, you know, only 5 ,000. Maybe they go get claimed, you go on Etherscan, you see 17 people did it in the last two seconds. You're just going to FOMO in. You got to be careful out there. It happened. It does happen. It happens. Don't think that includes the values of the stolen punks. I thought it did. I'm not sure. We'll look more into that as this story has time to digest, everybody. Just here to talk about, okay, Tim. Tim and the investing bros are out there 9 to 10 a .m. Everybody, you can check that out. All right.
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A highlight from THE HASH: Court Rules SEC Must Review Rejection of Grayscale's Bitcoin ETF Bid, Bitcoin Jumps 5%
"This is the hash podcast. Stay informed with the latest on Bitcoin, ETH, the metaverse, web3, and more. All on the hash for your ears. You're listening to the CoinDesk podcast network. We got some big news today. It's also Taco Tuesday, and since it's going to be our last Taco Tuesday, you better get ready for some actual tacos. That's a major news, but there is also real major news, and I'm starting us off today. Here we go. Let's go over to Grayscale. An appeals court ruled just today that the SEC must review Grayscale's ETF bid after they were previously rejected. It's being seen as a victory in the prospects for getting a spot Bitcoin ETF into the marketplace in the US, and the market is responding enthusiastically. Bitcoin surged on the news, adding quite a bit of value, and now we're seeing some further chatter about what this means for the prospects, again, of the long -awaited Bitcoin spot ETF. This note, Grayscale is a sister company of CoinDesk. They share ownership from Digital Currency Group, but we're going to talk about it. Gloves off, no holds barred anyway. I'm so excited, you guys. This is the absolute best news ever. The fact that we continue to see the SEC take these massive L's is music to my ears. I really, really feel that they have just been so predatory in their actions and wanting to litigate instead of give some sort of guidelines, help these honest entrepreneurs know what they're supposed to be doing and know what they can't do. To me, that's just super problematic behavior. We should want to support entrepreneurs. We should want to guide people in the right direction, and more importantly, we should want to build back the American economy better. I think with all of these massive wins the crypto industry is seeing, things hopefully will get better. All right, Will, you can take it now. This does not mean the ETF is going through now. It just means that the SEC has to go back and review the application again, and they have to give an actual opinion. There's a few lawyers on crypto Twitter talking about this this morning, what does this actually mean? What did the judge actually say? They basically stated that the SEC did not have a good basis for making its past decision, and now they need to go back to the books, relook at the application, and come up with a better decision, whether that means that this is going to be approved or not, we still have to wait. This probably means it's going to be approved because there's a lot of political pressure now on the SEC after a judge took a look at this and said, you know what, guys? You didn't do your homework. You should have let this pass, or you should have put some more thought into why you didn't want this to go through, and you didn't, so we're kicking it back. Go study the books, and maybe we'll get something out of this. Now, of course, what's on the line? A lot of ETFs are out there. A lot of people are lining these things up. I'd say there's about a half dozen plus ETFs that are possible to move forward over the next 180 days or so, and if that opens up, that means a lot of mom and pop retail investors can get into the Bitcoin market for the first time because they probably weren't comfortable touching Bitcoin in other ways. There's lots of different ways to get exposure to Bitcoin. There's lots of different ways of purchasing financial assets, but an ETF itself means that you can put Bitcoin into your 401k, into any sort of trust with a Schwab or Fidelity, something like that. That means that maybe coin go up. Who knows? A little speculation there. It could have some more apathy because the crypto markets right now are not great, but a lot of people in the crypto industry are looking at this and saying like, this could be our salvation from the depths of crypto winter. Jen? So I look at this court ruling in favor of Grayscale and the partial ruling in favor of Ripple, and I think that there's a glimmer of hope, right? I think that these two cases show us that maybe this clarity we're seeking from the SEC, we are not going to get, but some of these decisions are going to be made in the court, and some of them may lead to precedent setting decisions down the line, or they may at least force the SEC's hand so that we can get some more clarity. So good news all around. I want to point to one of the lawyers who have been commenting on this, who has been commenting on this on Twitter this morning, Jake Trevinsky, who's the chief policy officer at the Blockchain Association. He said that it's rare for a federal circuit court to make a decision like this and said that there are two ways that this could possibly go. The SEC could come back and just provide another reason for rejecting it, or they could say their hand was forced by the court, and so they're going to do it, but it's not because they wanted to do it, but they were forced by a judge. And so it will be interesting to see which way they go. I think it's important to note that an ETF has not been approved, but I think it is definitely a step in the right direction. Zach? Yeah, there's a lot of speculation that once one gets approved, several will be approved, right? So we have the BlackRock one, we have a bunch of other ones, I forget all the names, but there's a ton of Bitcoin spot ETF proposals that are sitting for rejection or approval. And I think the ETF watchers out there in the world have said that maybe when one gets over the finish line, others will likely also get over the finish line, such that SEC isn't seen as picking a winner and giving an unfair advantage to one applicant over the others. So I think that's why there is sort of this buoyant sentiment across the space as a whole. This isn't necessarily just a win for Grayscale, it's potentially a win for others such as BlackRock and others in the space who are looking to offer this product to, again, mom and pop investors who want it in their brokerage account and don't want to have to deal with the nonsense of dealing with the crypto itself. So that, I think, is why that sentiment is out there, why the market has reacted pretty positively. Bitcoin's up about 5 % on the news, a nice little surge given that Bitcoin has been pretty flat around 26K for the last little while now. So interesting to see what's going to follow this, but yeah, definitely the SEC may have taken an L on this one while they fight other fights and may rack up dubs on those ones. And I think we'll talk about that in a little bit. Who wants next? Oh, we're talking about that right now, Zach. NFTs. Sure, let's do it. Yeah, they've entered the chat. So the SEC has issued its first enforcement action targeting NFTs. The regulator ordered Impact Theory, an LA -based media company that raked in nearly $30 million from selling tiered NFTs to compensate investors, arguing that the transactions were illegal, unregistered securities, offerings, Impact Theory has agreed to set up a fund to reimburse investors, destroy remaining NFTs, and they will pay a fine of $6 .1 million. Wendy, going to toss this one off to you. What do you make of the SEC's first NFT enforcement action? We all knew that this was coming. The reason why we knew it's coming is when we're talking about NFTs, people like to call them digital assets or digital collectibles, but that's just really skirting around what an NFT actually is. It is a token. It is a little adorable little token that kind of just lives on that blockchain that's just kind of there, just kind of chilling. But it really depends the way that these entities are set up and how they're using the NFTs, because let's face it, when we do talk about collectibles, again, I was an eBay seller, I would go to thrift stores, I would buy used designer vintage goods or things that I saw that were in style that I knew I was going to be able to flip. Because I knew I was going to be able to flip and make money off of them, it kind of makes you think, is this a security? Is this not a security? But in fact, it's just a tangible good. But that's the kind of the way that I view NFTs. I literally view them as collectibles that you can buy and then you hope that they appreciate, but you're not 100 % sure if they're going to appreciate. For this particular lawsuit, I forget exactly how the company went about it. I'm planning on doing a video on my channel about it, YouTube, CryptoIndio, go subscribe. But I do think it's very interesting. I think we're going to see a lot of other NFT projects get hit. And it's very important if you do plan on launching a project, you probably should obtain some sort of legal advice, just so you have some sort of guidance and just have some basic understanding of the law. Because again, you guys were in very, very uncharted territories. Will, what is your thought about these adorable little single tokens that kind of just live on the blockchain? Are they securities? What's going on? What about the tchotchkes, as Zach would say? I like the tchotchkes, depending on if they're penguins or not. No. Okay. So I think this case specifically more refers to how this NFT rollout occurred. I did see some people, including Zach BTC, who's sort of like the on -chain sleuth of the last cycle, talking about how this NFT drop had some dubious parts about it. And that's why they saw this case going forward, right? This is the first one we've seen with an NFT. So there's that. On the other hand, looking at the dissent from Hester Peirce and others at the SEC who were judging on this decision, they thought it was a little odd to come after a single NFT case. Why? For the reasons Wendy just sort of laid out there, right? We have art markets. We have designer bag markets. People sell these things on street corners, so we're not going after them. But the SEC in this case decided to go after it. I think it does fit a longstanding pattern for the SEC that enforcement actions target select groups and select people where they can have easy case wins. And then that sets sort of like a precedent for the rest of the industry, right? They go after the Ripple Labs, they go after this NFT case, they go after a library. They go after the ones where they think they can sort of win. In the case of Ripple Labs, they have a lot of money, so I don't know how it was the best target because that one's been hauled up in court for the better part of three years. The library one was sort of a slam dunk though, right? They like won that and the library didn't have enough money to go back and fight against them. So they've basically been on a social media campaign. And I think with this SEC one here, you know, it's NFT market, they just had to like put up with it. They had to pay disgorgements and let it go. And that's the case. Now for all these NFT creators out there, they have to think about these things a little harder than they were previously. If that's good or bad, I don't know. I don't love the strategy. The SEC has been walking out for the last few years. I think we've all opined on that a lot in this show. But there is something to saying maybe we should have like a little bit more consumer protection with some of these new markets are popping up. Permissionless innovation is great, but that also means that you have permissionless rugging.
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"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. Are you concerned about the health of your brain? Do you want to get rid of brain fog and have superior clarity and focus? Well, I have a solution for you, and no, it's not caffeine or some sort of pill or powder. Rather, it's delicious chocolate fudge. I know that sounds crazy, but this isn't your average fudge. It's actually rich chocolatey fudge that is jam -packed with five of the most beneficial mushroom species in existence when it comes to keeping a sharp and healthy brain. In fact, all of the mushrooms contain high amounts of essential nutrients along with unique bioactive compounds that can promote the health of your brain while also supporting your heart and immune system. Rest assured, you cannot taste the mushrooms within this fudge whatsoever. Just a delicious, gooey, chocolatey taste without sugar or artificial sweeteners. I'm introducing you to my favorite brain health treat. It's called Mushroom Mind Boost from my friends over at Puroality Health. Now, Puroality Health utilizes something called MiCell Liposomal Technology, which delivers the nutrients of these brain -boosting mushrooms into your bloodstream, proven to be up to 800 % more efficient. So if you want to say goodbye to forgetfulness and instead keep a sharp and healthy mind, give Puroality Health's Mushroom Mind Boost a try. It's backed by a 180 -day money -back guarantee. That's six full months. And today, I have a 30 % off coupon for you. Just visit PuroalityHealth .com and use the coupon DRJ to access 30 % off your purchase today.
Kyle Seraphin: Trump Is Being Isolated Legally & Politically
"That in America. is. Did you guys in the bureau have the same thing we did in the Secret Service? We called them I don't know what you guys call them. I think we talked about this in our initial interview. But yep, there's 100%. Yeah, there's definitely that. Right. We had go bys like if you're going to do security at an airport that's been done before go hey, there's a go by on that. So you call them ponies. So the reason I bring that up is because again you being an experienced criminal investigator if there's no pony or go by for this you don't start inventing unique legal theories and putting ridiculous things in because you know there's no precedent you're going to be made to look like a fool. But Smith doesn't seem to care Kyle. This case is ridiculous. It is so clear to me that they are trying to isolate Trump legally and politically going after his lawyers again without precedent going after the maintenance people of Mar -a -Lago going after his Twitter account to see who logged in so they can cut him off from and scare anyone else out from logging in and sending out a message on his social media the media account. They are trying to isolate this guy. This is not a serious criminal prosecution. It's a persecution. I 100 % agree with you, but that doesn't make the consequences of it not serious. are They just not serious people that are involved in it. They are clown -like and yet the possibility of it actually going to fruition because we've seen people go to jail for memes in this country under the Biden administration. We saw Douglas Mackie go to jail for literally he stuff put out on Twitter. So we've got to this point where we've accepted such an insane proposition that this is all going on and that it might be on the up and up. And you know 50 % of the country really wants to be because they despise the guy. And that's the saddest thing is that most people would look at it in a fair eye and go look okay one indictment maybe two like we're going to do multiple indictments in multiple states and federal. And that's what this guy's like. Is he there are people that have raped little children and they are out after 90 days or 180 days. And you've got Donald Trump who's being
A highlight from Feast Famine Cycling: Autophagy, Cleansing and Muscle Growth
"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. Are you concerned about the health of your brain? Do you want to get rid of brain fog and have superior clarity and focus? Well, I have a solution for you, and no, it's not caffeine or some sort of pill or powder. Rather, it's delicious chocolate fudge. I know that sounds crazy, but this isn't your average fudge. It's actually rich chocolatey fudge that is jam -packed with five of the most beneficial mushroom species in existence when it comes to keeping a sharp and healthy brain. In fact, all of the mushrooms contain high amounts of essential nutrients along with unique bioactive compounds that can promote the health of your brain while also supporting your heart and immune system. Rest assured, you cannot taste the mushrooms within this fudge whatsoever. Just a delicious, gooey, chocolatey taste without sugar or artificial sweeteners. I'm introducing you to my favorite brain health treat. It's called Mushroom Mind Boost from my friends over at Pureality Health. Now, Pureality Health utilizes something called MiCell Liposomal Technology, which delivers the nutrients of these brain -boosting mushrooms into your bloodstream, proven to be up to 800 % more efficient. So if you want to say goodbye to forgetfulness and instead keep a sharp and healthy mind, give Pureality Health's Mushroom Mind Boost a try. It's backed by a 180 -day money -back guarantee. That's six full months. And today, I have a 30 % off coupon for you. Just visit PurealityHealth .com and use the coupon DRJ to access 30 % off your purchase today. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular YouTube videos on feast, famine, cycling. We know that when we fast or we restrict, we eat less, we actually turn up self -healing and autophagy. And that is amazing. And there are some incredible things that take place inside of our body when we do that. The problem is that if we do it too long, we're going to throw off our natural hormone balance. And so, it's really, really critical that we undergo something called feast, famine, cycling. That way, we get the autophagy, the cellular cleansing benefits, but we also don't impact muscle development, sex hormone development, the development of our skin, thyroid hormone, our natural metabolism, our ability to burn fat for fuel. And so, that is why I'm a huge advocate and I practice personally feast, famine, cycling. And so, this training, I go through in detail exactly how to do this correctly. And that's why it's so important because if you're fasting but you're not incorporating enough calories, enough protein, and doing what we call feasting during your eating window, you could throw off your hormone balance and cause unwanted symptoms. And so, it's really critical you understand how to practice this and how to do it properly. So, be sure to take notes with this training. Be sure to share it with somebody that you know and you care about. And also, if you've not left us a five -star review, now is the time to do that. Just go to Apple iTunes, wherever you listen to your podcasts, scroll to wherever they say, leave a review, leave us a five -star review. When you do that, it helps us reach more people and impact more lives with this message. So, thank you for doing that. Thank you for being a part of our community. And let's go into the show. Feast, famine, cycling, this process of developing autophagy, cleansing our body, but also helping stimulate muscle growth and lean body tissue development. And so, my famous quote is that when you fast, your body gets really good at using energy in the most efficient manner possible. You develop metabolic flexibility, which is the ability to change our metabolism to meet the demands of our environment. So, if I'm exercising at a high intensity, like I'm sprinting, I need to produce energy very, very quickly. But if I'm sitting here doing this presentation, I don't need a whole lot of energy. I can be much more efficient in how I create my energy. And ultimately, you know, we need energy for everything. And so, the more energy we're putting into activity or digestion, the less energy goes into healing and repair. So, we want to be very energy efficient, but we also want to be very metabolically flexible. When we're strong in these areas, it's harder to kill us, in a sense. We have a greater survival advantage and greater resiliency to stress. And that's really the goal here. In life in general, it's about being as resilient to stress as possible. And so, fasting as well as feasting really helps us with that. So, when we feast, you know, basically, times of feasting are about growth. They're about building cells. They're about reproduction, okay? They're about basically generating lean body tissue, whereas times of fasting is going to be about cell cleansing, breaking down old cellular organelles, breaking down old tissue, and helping to heal and regenerate new tissue. So, we want to basically cycle between these. Fasting is very anti -inflammatory, which is very powerful for the body, whereas feasting helps stimulate pathways like mTOR mammalian, target of rapamycin and insulin, which have to do with metabolism, like basically increasing our metabolic rate, increasing muscle tissue development, building. So, we've got to be thinking about building as well as cleansing and healing. And so, when we're a child, we need to favor times of feasting. You know, we need a lot of food because we're building and we're building very, very quick. However, once we become an adult, once we become full -grown, you know, roughly around 20, 21 years old, then we can start to really push into the fasting, okay? We need more fasting than we do feasting at that period because we're not growing as quick. And so, again, the key here is creating very strong, resilient human beings. Now, hormone optimization is a key factor that happens when we have feast -famine cycling. We know that if we have a calorie deficit for too long, so if we're fasting for too long a period of time or if we're under -eating for too long a period of time, it can cause a lot of unwanted problems. We get too much autophagy, we lose too much lean body mass, our sex hormones drop, we just don't feel good. Our thyroid hormone drops, we have dry skin, we lose our hair, we feel awful. That's definitely not where we want to be. But at the same time, if we just constantly are feasting, we're going to cause tremendous stress in our digestive system, we're going to develop insulin resistance, we are going to develop chronic metabolic diseases like cancer, heart disease. So we need the combination of both of them, and that helps to improve insulin sensitivity, optimize thyroid function, helps optimize adrenal health and sex hormones.
A highlight from Advanced Nutrition for Neuroinflammatory Conditions
"Are you concerned about the health of your brain? Do you want to get rid of brain fog and have superior clarity and focus? Well, I have a solution for you, and no, it's not caffeine or some sort of pill or powder. Rather, it's delicious chocolate fudge. I know that sounds crazy, but this isn't your average fudge. It's actually rich chocolatey fudge that is jam -packed with five of the most beneficial mushroom species in existence when it comes to keeping a sharp and healthy brain. In fact, all of the mushrooms contain high amounts of essential nutrients along with unique bioactive compounds that can promote the health of your brain while also supporting your heart and immune system. Rest assured, you cannot taste the mushrooms within this fudge whatsoever. Just a delicious, gooey, chocolatey taste without sugar or artificial sweeteners. I'm introducing you to my favorite brain health treat. It's called Mushroom Mind Boost from my friends over at Pureality Health. Now Pureality Health utilizes something called MiCell Liposomal Technology, which delivers the nutrients of these brain -boosting mushrooms into your bloodstream, proven to be up to 800 % more efficient. So if you want to say goodbye to forgetfulness and instead keep a sharp and healthy mind, give Pureality Health's Mushroom Mind Boost a try. It's backed by a 180 -day money -back guarantee. That's six full months, and today I have a 30 % off coupon for you. Just visit PurealityHealth .com and use the coupon DRJ to access 30 % off your purchase today. In today's podcast, I am being interviewed by Dr. Terri Walls. She is the bestselling author of the Walls Protocol. Her story is that she actually had progressive multiple sclerosis and was able to reverse using that naturally nutrition and lifestyle changes and following an autoimmune paleoprotocol. She talks all about it in her great book. She recently had a summit all about neuroimmune disease, and she interviewed me for it. We talked about advanced nutrition strategies. We talked a lot about mitochondrial health, intermittent fasting, and how intermittent fasting, we talked a little bit about the research on how it shuts down the inflammatory pathways and autoimmunity and how it helps to support the gut and the gut microbiome.
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"Good afternoon, I'm Mark Lewis, with the top local stories we're following this hour. History being made at Alexandria city schools with the selection of a new superintendent. Melanie K Wyatt is the first black woman chosen to lead Alexandria city schools as a permanent superintendent. She has served as the interim superintendent since July of last year. To be sitting in this role before my colleagues before students who look like me, it is truly an honor to serve as the first black woman superintendent for Alexandria city public schools. You know you have my full commitments and all I can say is that I'm very proud and I'm honored and thank you. Now it's time to get to work. The school board announcing her appointment last night, school board leaders are hoping haywire and will break a run of turnovers in the superintendent position, going back to past decade. Students and parents would know how long school breaks would last. Two years in advance. This is under a plan to provide a framework for school calendars in Arlington public schools. I really appreciate that it's enshrining a 180 day school days, at least a 180 days school days for future calendars. That's Arlington parent Jennifer wheelock on the county's proposed calendar policy. It calls for winter break to be two weeks long and for a weeklong spring break during the week before Easter. But willock says in training a two week winter break is really disruptive to learning for kids. It also lists specific holidays when schools will be closed, including yom kippur Diwali and Martin Luther King Jr. day, some critics say starting the school year before Labor Day, unnecessarily reduces summer break. If past, calendars would have to be developed two years in advance and the school board is expected to vote on the policy in July. Scott gelman, false search city schools recently adopted a similar blueprint to guide its calendar making process. Fairfax county public schools approving calendars now for the next three school years. Paying for student tutors can be
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"Kind of chilly to start, though, now 46° good morning, I'm Michelle bash. Man, I'm Kyle Cooper, the top local stories that we're following for you this hour on WTO. Alexandria city schools has chosen a new superintendent. Melanie K Wyatt is a served as the school system's interim superintendent since July of last year. The school board announced her appointment last night. K Wyatt is the first black woman chosen to lead a CPS as a permanent superintendent. To be sitting in this role before my colleagues before students who look like me, it is truly an honor to serve as the first black woman superintendent for Alexandria city public schools. You know you have my full commitment and all I can say is that I'm very proud and I'm honored and thank you. Now it's time to get to work. School board leaders hope she'll break a run of rapid superintendent turnover over the past decade. Students and parents would know how long school breaks would last two years in advance under a plan to provide a framework for school calendars in Arlington public schools. I really appreciate that it's enshrining a 180 day school days, at least a 180 days school days for future calendars. That's Arlington parent Jennifer wheelock on the county's proposed calendar policy. It called for winter break to be two weeks long and for a weeklong spring break during the week before Easter. But wheelock says enshrining a two week winter break is really disruptive to learning for kids. It also lists specific holidays when schools will be closed, including yom kippur Diwali and Martin Luther King Jr. day, some critics say starting the school year before Labor Day, unnecessarily reduces summer break. If past, calendars would have to be developed two years in advance and the school board is expected to vote on the policy in July. Scott gelman WTO news. False church city schools recently adopted a similar blueprint to guide its calendar making process and fairfax county public schools has approved calendars for the next three school years. A dozen people forced from their homes after a fire in southeast D.C. early this morning about 60 D.C. fire and EMS personnel responded about 2 a.m. through that fire at a three story residential building on D street in southeast. D.C. fire and EMS health WTO the fire was on the first floor and was extinguished quickly, but heavy smoke on the upper floor send firefighters to the rescue of 13 panicked people still inside. One firefighter was taken to the hospital with injuries not considered life threatening, caused the fire still under investigation. Are you going out to celebrate Cinco de Mayo today? The Washington regional alcohol program is providing free Lyft rides home worth up to $15
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"Run of rapid superintendent turnover over the past decade. Students and parents would know how long school breaks would last two years in advance under a plan to provide a framework for school calendars in Arlington public schools, it's a story you're hearing first on WTO. I really appreciate that it's enshrining a 180 day school days, at least a 180 days school days for future calendars. That's Arlington parent Jennifer wheelock on the county's proposed calendar policy. It calls for winter break to be two weeks long and for a weeklong spring break during the week before Easter. But wheelock says ensuring a two week winner break is really disruptive to learning for kids. It also lists specific holidays when schools will be closed, including yom kippur, Diwali, and Martin Luther King Jr. day. Some critics say starting the school year before Labor Day, unnecessarily reduces summer break. If past, calendars would have to be developed two years in advance and the school board is expected to vote on the policy in July. Scott elman WTO news falls church city schools recently adopted a similar blueprint to guide its calendar making process and fairfax county public schools has approved calendars for the next three school years. For all people are out of their homes after a fire in southeast D.C. early this morning about 60, D.C. fire and EMS personnel arrives shortly before 2 a.m. in the 5200 block of D street in southeast to that fire at a three story residential building. D.C. fire and EMS health WTO, the fire was on the first floor and was extinguished rather quickly. However, heavy smoke on the upper floor send firefighters to the rescue of 13 panicked people still inside firefighters rescued the residents using portable ladders and the truck ladder to reach the residents on the higher floors, one firefighter was taken to the hospital with injuries, not considered life threatening the cause of that fire remains under investigation. Police are looking for two people who partially blocked a highway off ramp in Gaithersburg so they could kidnap and rob a driver. Montgomery county police say it happened two Sundays back on April 23rd in the middle of the
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"Little time now to stay silent and allow the DA to build their case and to do the things that they need to do. Colin does not expect Trump to testify as he has reportedly been invited to do in New York State cases such invitations are frequently followed by indictments Tom foley, CBS News Washington, a bill addressing child marriage in West Virginia has passed the state Senate. It easily passed after a change was made to prohibit anyone younger than 16 from getting married. It now goes to the state's House of delegates, which previously passed its own version, the legislative session in West Virginia ends today. There's a new idea that could shake things up in Maryland school districts, an idea to end the requirement that kids attend school 180 days a year. At a rental county school superintendent, Mark bell is leading a statewide drive to dump the 180 day school calendar. The Baltimore banner reports public school superintendents across Maryland like the idea and so do all 24 local school boards state lawmakers are considering the plan. The idea is to give school systems the chance to experiment. There would remain a minimum number of hours of instruction, but it would be up to school districts to set their own calendars to reach the mark. Ridiculo WTO news. Coming up on WTO. 24 hour tobacco shops now facing new restrictions in prince George's county. I'm Melissa Howell. It's one 43. Super pet expo is back. March 17th through the 19th at the dulles expo center in chantilly. Shop for cool pet products. Button for the
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"For free TikTok videos. Well, at least for some TikTok videos. TikTokers can thank a new feature called series. It lets some creators put their content behind a paywall. It can run users anywhere from $1 up to $190. The feature is limited to some videos for now, but could be expanded in the future. Shining current, WTO P news. A D.C. man has been sentenced to 8 years in prison after being convicted of a pair of armed carjackings last year. 20 year old Doran cottingham was found guilty of one count of carjacking and two counts for possession of a firearm during a crime of violence. The carjackings occurred in January of 2022. According to court documents, cottingham last January threatened a man with a gun hitting him in the face with it before taking off in his BMW a few days later, he took a car from a Lyft driver. There's a new idea that could shake up things in Maryland school districts, ending the requirement that kids attend school 180 days a year. And a rental county school superintendent Mark bedell is leading a statewide drive to dump the 180 day school calendar. The Baltimore banner reports, public school superintendents across Maryland like the idea, and so do all 24 local school boards state lawmakers are considering the plan. The idea is to give school systems the chance to experiment. There would remain a minimum number of hours of instruction, but it would be up to school districts to set their own calendars to reach the mark. Particularly on WTO P news Sports hit 25 and 55, powered by maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Here's been ray beat. And sandy were inching closer to
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"I'm Ian Kramer, thanks for being with us. If you wake up in the middle of a night to a call from your kid asking for money because they are in trouble and be careful. It might be a scam with the help of artificial intelligence. Scammers are using an old trick to acting like a hysterical family member needing money. They're adding a modern twist with an AI voice generator. This technology allows you to level that up to actually have what sounds like a statement from your loved one in their voice on the other side. Jen goldbeck is a computer scientist with the university of Maryland. She says all scammers need is about a minute long video of your loved one from social media to copy that voice. You really can't rely on if it sounds right. It probably is. It requires us all to just be a little more diligent. Go back says call your family member back on their phone just to check if it's a scam and never send money via gift cards or cash. We're learning more about how some parents and students feel about proposed changes to the fairfax county public school system sex Ed curriculum. Nearly 85% of people who responded to a survey last fall say they don't support boys and girls being together for family and life education lessons in fourth through 8th grade. That's according to data shared with the committee that's reviewing potential changes. Last spring, the group recommended having boys and girls together for the human growth and development unit. They are currently separated for lessons on things like puberty, reproductive processes and sexually transmitted infections. The school board delayed a vote on the changes last year calling for more community feedback. Some committee members said a push for opponents to the changes to comment may have skewed the data a vote on the proposed changes hasn't yet been scheduled. Scott gelman WTO P news. Now if approved, the changes would likely go into effect in the next school year. And a new idea could shake things up in Maryland school districts. It's a proposal to end the requirement that kids attend class for at least 180 days a year. And a rental county school superintendent Mark betel is leading a statewide drive to dump the 180 day school calendar. The Baltimore banner reports public school superintendents across Maryland like the idea, and so do all 24 local school boards state lawmakers are considering the plan. The idea is to give school systems the chance to experiment. There would remain a minimum number of hours of instruction, but it would be up to school districts to set their own calendars to reach the mark. Three 18. Michael and sons heeding tune up for only $59. Michael and son. Traffic
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"There was a time when metro trains were automatically operated. But a deadly crash in 2009 prompted the agency to turn the automation system off. Now metro is laying the groundwork to reintroduce automatic train operations. At a board meeting this week, the agency plans to discuss phasing in automatic train operations along the red line in April and then to the entire metro rail system by the end of the year. Right now, train operators control all movements of the train themselves. Metro says automatic train operation should improve everything from on time performance to wear and tear on trains, and even energy consumption. There is an idea to shake things up in Maryland school districts, it's a proposal to end the requirement that kids attend class for at least a 180 days a year. At a rental county school superintendent, Mark bell is leading a statewide drive to dump the 180 day school calendar. The Baltimore banner reports public school superintendents across Maryland like the idea, and so do all 24 local school boards state lawmakers are considering the plan. The idea is to give school systems the chance to experiment. There would remain a minimum number of hours of instruction, but it would be up to school districts to set their own calendars to reach the mark. News. Stick around coming up next in money news. A Tyson startup is bringing back the scout, the original SUV. I'm Jeff claywell. It's 1108. Michael and sons heeding tune up for only $59. Michael. Now traffic
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"Will still see barrels along with the new gates as the new system rolls out. Now to the latest on that apartment fire in Silver Spring, victims of that blaze now say they aren't being given access to their belongings unless they give up the right to sue. A fire that killed a woman two weeks ago at the arrive apartment building in Silver Spring and displaced many others has presented another challenge for residents looking to get their belongings back. MSB says some have been told they can't enter the building until they sign a waiver acknowledging the health risks and agreeing not to sue. And it's causing an under amount of added stress and panic. Asbestos frustrations against the property management company, Trinity property consultants are growing. I mean, the longer this draws out, it's just, it's extremely exhausting. Council member Kate Stewart has been in touch with residents. Very distressful. This is something we have to get through together. We have reached out to the management company and are awaiting their response. Melissa Howell WTO P news. Marilyn mccart requires students to attend a 180 days of class as each academic year. Now Ana rental county wants to drop that mandate and once the rest of the state's public schools to follow. The goal is to allow schools to experiment with things like four day weeks or longer school days, but this would not actually mean less instruction as students would still have to spend a minimum number of hours in class. The Baltimore banner reports all of the state's public school superintendents and local school boards have signed on to the idea of dropping the 180 day mandate, but the proposal still faces an uncertain future in the General Assembly. Changes may be coming to fairfax county public schools, sex Ed curriculum as soon as next year, but we're learning some parents and teachers are opposed to a key component of them. The changes include allowing boys and girls in fourth through 8th grades to be together for lessons on topics like puberty and reproductive processes. Currently, students are separated for those units, about 85% of the 2600 people who responded to a survey last fall don't support that change. That's according to a presentation shared with the committee reviewing the changes. Parents, students, and teachers all participated. Some say have pushed by anti family life education organizations to encourage comments may have skewed the data. The school board delayed voting on the recommendations last spring, calling for more community feedback. There's still no official date for a vote on the recommendations
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"All right, back to talking with army command center major Scott wilder. So right before the break, we were talking, we just mentioned briefly mentioned the career skills program. So first of all, who's running the career skills program, who's managing it, how is the relationship there? So the careers skills program is ran by the installation management command of the army out of San Antonio. They oversee all of the all of the programs that are involved with Chris Christie's program. And then our piece of it is we just help help with some of the costs that will be incurred by the soldier attending. Now the so really, so the way that it works, I will tell you, is which is great. It works out. It helps many people. It helps the soldiers. It helps the army transition soldiers. It helps the corporation find great people to be to be employed by them. So. Sometimes just looked at as like, they're really helping the army out. But it kind of goes both ways. They're helping the army out, but you can bet that we're helping all those different corporations out by providing some great soldiers. Well, yeah, absolutely. So the way it works is within the last hundred day within a 180 days of your EAS, you can apply to go work for a company in the army continues to pay your salary while you're off working with this company for 90 days or a 180 days. And typically speaking, the company may end up hiring that soldier in the soldier may like to have a job and they roll right into that when they actually EAS. Yeah, yeah, so that's the way that it's supposed to work and the way that it really works is the idea of it is, you know, with the like you said last 180 days, they find this program. And obviously they got to do it ahead of time because they got to pack a lot into the last 180 days. They find this corporation that they want to work for, like, a great example I always use is the pipe that all the overhead sprinklers, stuff like that. I think I want to be the guy that installs those. You can go to the post that provides that training. And then at the end of that training, they will offer you employment and they have locations across the country. So you can say, I want to go to Alabama. This is where I'm going to be moving to in the end. And then that corporation will agree to it. And the success rate is over 90%. And when you take that 9 or 10% not getting hired, it's kind of a, it's a deceiving number because it's not soldiers who didn't pass. I would say nearly, I bet 98% of soldiers pass, if not even more, what it is that 10% is the guys who say, you know what? I'm going to re enlist. Or you know what, after the training, this is something I just don't want to do. Or you can't give me the location I want. So most times soldiers are passing..
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"F also on our new and improved site klm dot com. Please check it out, turning Brown on 5 70 Cliff 5 19 Now I told you before I had gotten the vaccine and I recommend to my friends, They get it. It's given me a little bit more of a peace of mind. I've had two friends have gotten covid two very close. Friends have gotten very, very bad cases. One We felt we were going to lose. And none of them had underlying conditions and they've recovered. Kind of they have. I still they have symptoms now, 678 weeks later. It just kind of hangs on and hangs on. So the vaccine it's not going to keep you from getting neither One of these guys, by the way were vaccinated. The vaccine is not going to keep you from getting it, but it might make your case a lot more mild. Which at this point would compared to what I saw them go through. That might be a good idea. The guy who invented the M R N a technology. This is the guy who put these vaccines together. He invented the technology that Moderna and violent second fighter used to create these current vaccines. Wrote an op ed. I'm going to read you some of it because I think it's rather interesting and he's talking about the by the administration's strategy to universally vaccinate in the middle of a pandemic, he said. This is bad science and badly needs a reboot. He says the strategy will likely prolong the most dangerous phase of the worst pandemic since 1918 and most assuredly cause more harm than good even as it undermines faith in the entire public health system. There are flawed assumptions that drive the Biden strategy. The first is that universal vaccination can eradicate the virus and secure economic recovery because that will give us herd immunity throughout the country in the world, But the virus is now so deeply embedded in the world population that unlike polio and smallpox eradication is probably at this point unachievable. SARS covid, too, and it's myriad mutations will likely continue to circulate much like the common cold and influenza. He goes on to say the second assumption is that vaccines are near perfect effective. Our current available vaccines are what's called leaky vaccines, while good at preventing severe disease and death. They only reduce, not eliminate the risk of infection. Replication and transmission is a slide deck from the center for Disease Control is revealed even a 100% acceptance of the current leaky vaccine combined with strict mass compliance. Will not stop the contagious Delta variant from spreading. So it doesn't matter what you do. It's gonna spread. Because the things we're doing won't stop it from doing so. The third assumption is that vaccines are safe. Yet. Scientists, physicians and public health officials now recognize risks that are absolutely rare, but by no means trivial side effects can include serious cardiac and throw embodied conditions. Menstrual cycle disruptions, Bell's palsy, Guillain Barr syndrome and anaphylaxis. Unknown side effects, which Varada virologist may fear emerging include and they go into a long list of stuff. I'm gonna try to cut the time because we there's a little bit to get to want to make sure you here at all. The failure of the fourth durability assumption is the most alarming and perplexing It now appears our current vaccines are likely to offer a mere 180 day window of protection, a decided lack of durability underscored by scientific evidence from Israel and confirmed by Pfizer. The Department of Health and Human Services and other countries. Here. We are already being warned of the need for universal booster shots at six month intervals are intervals rather for the foreseeable future. The obvious broader point that For individual vaccine choice is that repeated vaccinations even with a small risk and ultimately add up to a bigger risk. It's an arms race with the virus. He said. The essence of the arms race is the more people you vaccinate the greater number of vaccine resistant mutation. You're likely to get the less durable vaccines become even more powerful vaccines will have to be developed and individuals will be exposed to more and more risk. This is where he gets gets to the point where you know people talk about science Well, science here tells us that today's vaccines which use these gene therapy technologies generate powerful antigens that direct the immune system to attack specific components of the virus. Thus, when the virus infects a person with a leaky vaccination like the ones we're getting The viral progeny will be selected to escape or resist the effects of the vaccine. If the entire population has been trained. He's talking about the population of the virus via universal vaccination strategy to have the same basic immune response than once A viral escape mutant is selected. It will rapidly spread through the entire population. Vaccinated or not. Now he goes on and says more optimal strategy is to vaccinate only the most vulnerable. This will limit the amount of vaccine resistant mutations and thereby slow if not halt. The current vaccine arms race. Fortunately, the most vulnerable represent a small number in those folks have mostly achieved high levels of vaccine acceptance, senior citizens for whom the risk of senior a serious disease or death. Increases exponentially with age and those with significant co morbidity is like obesity, lung and heart disease. For much of the rest of the population, there is nothing to fear but fear of the virus itself. This is particularly true if we have lawful outpatient access to a growing arsenal of scientifically proven prophylactics and therapeutics, for example. This is the controversial part. I'm not endorsing. I'm just telling you, the guy who put together the M RNA technology is saying these things. He said. There's a lot of controversy over I ever met in and hydro hydroxychloroquine. Yet with the emergence of a growing body of scientific evidence, we can be assured these two medicines are safe and effective and prophylaxis and early treatment when administered under a physician's supervision. And he goes on to name some other things that are also used. Some doctors are actually prescribing the broader goal. When administering these agents is too moderate symptoms and take death off the table, especially for the unvaccinated. Unlike vaccines. These agents are generally not dependent on specific viral properties or mutations, but instead mitigate or treat the inflammatory symptoms of the disease itself. We're not anti vax. Now there's two guys who wrote this, he said. One of us invented the core Mrna technology being used by Pfizer and Moderna to produce their vaccines were simply saying that just because you have a big vaccine hammer It's not necessarily wise to use it for every nail the American people deserve better than a universal vaccination strategy under the flag of bad science. And enforced through authoritarian measures. So once again, it comes back to what I talked to you about about six weeks ago about the leaky vaccine. The perfect vaccine is the one that eliminates this does not eliminate and by getting vaccinated other people other than those who Are burdened with underlying situations Co morbidity these advanced age that kind of thing by spreading it around. What we have done is, according to this scientist. What we have done.
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"Detroit comes to talk. Here's today's guest host Chris, Alberta. Perhaps the best example of post Cove in celebration was on display yesterday afternoon in South Carolina. As we wrap the PGA Championship and two big Congratulations on your first to Michigan's own Ben Cook, Lady teaching professional who finished as the low PGA teaching member in an event. Absolutely crippled most of the best players in the world. This guy this young local guy beat Rory McIlroy beat Adam Scott. He beat all these guys have to pieces. His odds have even making the cut were about as good as winning the mega millions, and somehow he defied them. He had a tremendous finish on Sunday at four over par. Some of the more famous names on tour were overheard telling, overheard telling him Hey, get out of teaching and get out here with us. So we were wishing him good luck. Hopefully we can get him on the show tomorrow. Even bigger, though. Perhaps one of the most incredible sports stories out there is 50 year old Phil Mickelson winning Walking with an army of celebrating fans to the 18th green at an event that they said he had no chance of succeeding at he becomes the oldest winner in major tour history. Four years older than the legendary Jack Nicolas was in an 86 when he won the Masters. I mean, truly, it was pretty cool, breathtaking stuff. The guy beat arguably the most talented field of competitors in the history of the game, and we're not talking about the old days anymore. When many of the PGA touring pros were also insurance agents and lawyers like Bobby Jones, big, heavyset guys in plaid pants, smoking cigarettes and drinking themselves to sleep. Most of them were barely in the same talent. Rome of Collegiate players today this is the post Tiger era. When premier athletes who were would be professional baseball or basketball hockey phenoms opted for golf. These guys. They're in the gym like triathletes. Average age on tour has dropped by seven years. There's literally 2030 guys who could win each event every weekend and Phil at 50. Beat them all. He was an afterthought. He's a toss in this week, a guy he was expected to miss this year's U. S. Open because the last two years of poor performances Just wow. Everything that sports should sound like and look like and behave like was on display yesterday. He is a supreme talent, a supreme talent. By the way, What is the word supreme mean? I mean, really highest in rank authority is the final word on something. That's why last Wednesday, President Biden's first Supreme Court Revision Committee got together a group of nearly 40 different scholars and activists had their first big power. They devised 180 Day window in which they would produce a bevy of landscape changing recommendations for the Supreme Court. Expanding. The number of justice is introducing term limits. Mandatory retirement ages as well. Is this and this is the one that really shocks me. Giving Congress the power to reverse Supreme Court rulings. Look, sometimes I think we failed to admit that there are times in which the United States Constitution needs to be examined and reexamined and rethought based on the environment we live in. I mean, honestly, it's preciousness is a symbol of our freedom. And our founding fathers created the backbone for the longest standing constitution and democracy in history now, But we would be remiss if we didn't recognize that it was written hundreds of years ago. Candlelight with a feather. It's quite possible that if Thomas Jefferson, George Washington and all their cohorts were just show up now, amidst all the marvelous evolution that our country gone through, they'd be surprised. I think that we hadn't made more changes. Gave us a pathway to do this to amend into perfect into tweak, and that's why the Supreme Court exists to be supreme. Not to become a third branch of legislation. To be the final intellectual word on what issues are consistent with the values and the spirit. The country's original design. If Congress convert to overturn a supreme decision. Our highest court is not supreme. The Democrats choose to expand the court in response to Trump's recent appointments, which have certainly given the advantage to a more conservative traditionalist nature on the bench there, defying the design This issue is suddenly catapulting towards the chords a big explosion because of Roe versus Wade. Without a doubt the single biggest ideological argument in our country for several decades. Democrats are paralyzed in fear over this. Second Amendment rights gun control the Affordable Care Act. There's a lot of steak, but if we've witnessed one thing over the last handful of years, it's this despite the screens of bias from the opposition and each of these nasty and divisive confirmation hearings. The court is comprised of incredibly talented and historically fair judges. Unlike our legislators, who seemingly shift their values and convictions with whatever the political tide brings in their their next re election to the shore. These folks just don't I mean, the right was frightened by Sonia Sotomayor. She's been excellent. No alarming progressive agenda from the bench. In fact, there's been several cases of liberal journalists, expressing their dismay over her lack of activism. She's a woman who pledged an oath and she's doing it. Brett Kavanaugh, the guy who spent two months being accused of gang rape by an activist woman who couldn't remember the wear the when or the how. Somehow, Kamala Harris was able to make a name for herself by finding him guilty anyway, despite the lack of evidence being the most vengeful person in the chamber for two weeks straight boom, she's VP. Liberals still can't can't get over the fact that Cavanaugh and their mind is an incorrigible pig. He's an embarrassment. Who didn't think that about Cavanaugh. 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"In reality, Palestinians have never asked for state They've rejected one over and over and over again. Oh, just a couple minutes left. I wanted to ask you to. I want to call upon your expertise because I'm seeing the phrase apartheid state being used when we're in reference to Israel More often, and more often and more often, it feels like they're attempting to get that sort of an official part of the of the narrative that Israel is an apartheid state. You explained this on the show before and and I would I would do it. But you know, you do a much better job of it of explaining explain to us why that is one of the most ridiculous arguments that anybody could possibly make. Was not just ridiculous that the total why? First of all, you know the issue right now is God's right. There are zero Jews in Gaza. There are a number of Palestinians in the West Bank, and then there are Israeli Arab living in Israel as citizens of a sovereign country. And in Israel, If you're it is really is really Arab. If you're really Christian, if you're in a really Jew You have the ability to vote in Parliament to vote for your representatives in the Knesset. You have the represented by people in your government. You have equal rights. Just like everybody else inside the country. Now, if you're not an Israeli citizen And you don't live in the sovereign country of Israel that no, you don't have the same rights as citizens of Israel because you don't live inside the country was like saying someone in Mexico. Who may be works in the United States Americans that apartheid state because that person doesn't get representation in the government or doesn't get to vote right in Israel. There are number of Israeli area of representatives in the government. They get to vote. I mean, it's This idea that there's not equal representation is just a total and complete lie well, they tolerate none of it when it comes to Jews being able to go into certain neighborhoods in the West Bank or into Gaza. Which by the way Israel gave back two decades ago. With the promise of getting peace and return and the only thing they've received since then our rockets and kidnappings in terrorist attacks Katie Pavlich from Fox News. Thank you so much for making our show so much smarter. We appreciate it. Oh, thanks, guys. See if that script partner that was fantastic inside when you gonna be when you gonna be on TV again? I will be on the five today, so see that impossible. Check you out, then. Thank you so much. Katie. Take care of it. She's the best has files, So that was what they call fire. She's also that's what they hit. People say it was fired. This one that was fired. That was fire fire Emoji, You know what else is fired through? But this forthcoming report from the Defense Department Advanced Aerospace Threat identification program and its investigations and unidentified aerial phenomenon. It's happening dot giff. Yeah. Oh, my gosh. You guys are too hip for me, Ron Paul, who is happening? This report through is at the end of its 180 Day countdown. It is due to be released on June 1st. I said, this has me very happy because I'm excited. We've got a holiday coming up. We do the world a weekend in the 31st by the way, A quick programming note with this show will be hosted by Tom Lyons and the Minnesota military Radio crew on Memorial Day. It's kind of a tradition we've been doing every year, giving them the reins and they do an amazing show every memorial day, so you'll want to be here for that. So we have we have Monday off and then you're going to be out on Tuesday, which is the first I have to Tuesday off for terrible, terrible, terrible reasons. Sorry about that, man. I don't know that you don't have to do it again soon to do it soon, too, so I'm dreading. But the awesome news is you'll be back on Tuesday for when the bombshell report is released. As we overhype it, which we will. We will never forthcoming Reports on the Defense Department. Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification program is expected to be difficult to explain according to official close to the matter and will contain information about UFO sightings all over the world. I love it. I'm not just those reported by the American military is what happens when I don't get an emcee you movie in a year. E don't get all excited for crap like this. You know what I get excited for what's ever touch a crap. Did you learn today? Well, some crap that I learned today was a 6 20. This morning, I learned that a federal judge blacked Biden from giving out grants in a program that was always salute. Being selective, depending on race.
"180 day" Discussed on AP News
"CDC changed its mask guidelines, President Biden spoke at the White House when your country ask you to get vaccinated. You did. American people stepped up. Here's the AP Soccer McGann, The CDC has eased guidelines for fully vaccinated Americans, saying they can stop social distancing and wearing masks, outdoors and crowds and in most indoor settings, you can start doing things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. Director Rachelle Belinsky calls it an exciting and powerful moment, one that quickly spread at the White House. We're fully vaccinated. Staffers were told masks are Longer required. The guidance still calls for everyone to wear masks while traveling and in places like hospitals, but it's expected to clear the way for reopening workplace schools and other venues. SOCCER Megane Washington The president says he doesn't think the Russian government was behind the ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline, which is back up and running. Biden does say those who carried out the attack are in Russia. That's where it came from. We're from Russia. We have been in direct communication with Moscow about the imperative for responsible countries to take decisive action against these RANSOMWARE networks. Texas legislators give final approval to a bill that would ban abortions as early as six weeks. Babies, Jackie Quinn reports. Texas becomes one of about a dozen states implementing so called Heartbeat bills, which ban abortion when technology can detect an electric flutter, which can occur before a woman even know she's pregnant. The bill also allows anyone to sue a doctor that performs abortions or seek damages against anyone who helps a woman get the procedure, including a friend who drives her proponents are actually hoping challenges to the bill will take the abortion issue back to the U. S. Supreme Court. This is AP News. Young teens and Tweens are getting their coronavirus shots. 14 year old Ava, crude singer in New Orleans, says this shot will let her see people smiles on their faces. It's not scary. It does not hurt Andre. It's such a relief. 14 year old Jesse Pollock was one of the first to get a shot in New York City. I just want everything in New York to be a safe as possible so we can try to get back to normal life again, his mom, Debra says. It's a step in the right direction. Now that all four of us are vaccinated. I'll feel a little bit more comfortable doing things like Having my mom visit travel, you know, go in the restaurant of advisers. Vaccine has been used for months and people 16 and older. I'm Ed Donahue. Philadelphia Health Commissioner, Dr Thomas Farley has resigned after Mayor Jim Kenney learned that Farley decided to cremate and dispose of the remains of the move. Bombing victims several years ago. Charlie's resignation comes on the 36th anniversary of the police bombing of the Black back to Nature group's headquarters, killing 11 people, including five Children. I'm Tim McGuire EP news to floor. The deputies who were fired for inaction during the Parkland School massacre in 2018 are expected to get their jobs back. A Broward County circuit judges ruled. Deputies Brian Miller and Joshua Stambaugh should be reinstated to their jobs with back pay. The ruling is based on a 180 day deadline for taking disciplinary action against law enforcement officers, which was missed. In both cases. Both law enforcement officers were faulted for waiting out. Side Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School instead of rushing in and confronting gunman, Nicholas Cruz. Ah, third deputy was also fired not only for driving away from the scene but also for failing to write up a tip that crews had been making threats on social media about shooting up a school. I'm Jackie Quinn mask changes I'm typical over than a P news minute. New guidance from the CDC is the fully vaccinated can stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and in most endorse settings. Today. Is a great day for America President Biden as people who haven't finished, their shots have to protect themselves and those wearing masks should continue to be treated with respect. We've had too much conflict. Too much bitterness. Too much anger. Too much privatization of this issue about wearing masks. Let's put it to rest. The change follows the Lewis case number since September, the lowest number of deaths in a year and the fewest positive test since the start of the pandemic. A Marine Corps major stationed at Quantico, just outside Washington. D C has been charged with taking part in the January six insurrection at the Capitol, Major Christopher Warn. Aguirre's is the first active duty service member to be charged in the riot. Prosecutors say he was arrested today in Virginia. I'm to McGuire AP News I'm to McGuire the CBC calls its latest guidance of powerful moment long in the making, Maybe sarcoma. Ghani has more, the agency says fully vaccinated, Americans can now safely stop wearing masks outdoors and inside. Most places we all long for this moment when we can get back to some sense of normalcy director we shovel, Lansky says. Even those fully vaccinated should still wear masks while traveling. And inside facilities like hospitals. The change comes with a virus cases at their lowest rates in September and deaths, the lowest since last April. About 154 million Americans have received at least one vaccine dose and more than 117 million are fully vaccinated. But the new guidance is likely to cause some confusion. Since businesses and others have no way of knowing who is and is not vaccinated. Saga ROOM agony. Washington President Biden says the colonial fuel pipeline is running again but will not feel the effects at the pump immediately. This is not like flicking on a light switch. President warns against panic gas buying A pe Shelly Adler says some states don't have the usual gas supply..
"180 day" Discussed on AP News
"180 day deadline for taking disciplinary action against law enforcement officers, which was missed in both cases. Both law enforcement officers were faulted for waiting outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School instead of rushing in and confronting gunman, Nicholas Cruz. Third deputy was also fired not only for driving away from the scene but also for failing to write up a tip that crews had been making threats on social media about shooting up a school. I'm Jackie Quinn. Mask changes I'm chemical I ever than AP News Minute New guidance from the CDC is the fully vaccinated can stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and in most indoor settings today Is a great day for America President Biden as people who haven't finished, their shots have to protect themselves and those wearing masks should continue to be treated with respect. We've had too much conflict. Too much bitterness. Too much anger. Too much privatization of this issue about wearing masks. Let's put it to rest. The change follows the Lewis case number since September, the lowest number of deaths in a year and the fewest positive test since the start of the pandemic. A Marine Corps major stationed at Quantico just outside Washington, D C has been charged with taking part of the January six insurrection at the Capitol, Major Christopher Warn. Aguirre's is the first active duty service member to be charged in the riot. Prosecutors say he was arrested today in Virginia. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News.
"180 day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Unlimited 1.5% Cash back. What's in your wallet? Terms? Applying capital One bank U S. A. N A 06 And this news is brought to you. By Estes Audiology Topping Austin's News. The Williamson County Commissioners Court has officially called on the city of Boston to postpone purchasing the Candlewood Suites on Picon Park Boulevard. For 180 days and meet with them to discuss it. County Judge build. Ravel says he, like many others, was taken very much by surprise at the location As county judge. I was not made aware of this until this past Friday. One of our good commissioners who communicated with me. And until I saw the newscast Sunday night, I had not even been aware of where the location was. Other county officials say they want to know what Austin is planning and say the city has not been transparent about what about its intentions. Lot of Austin residents on the Williamson County side are still lining up against the purchase of the Candlewood Suites. The city is set to buy and turn it into a homeless shelter resident Philip Gehring tells the Williamson County commissioners court. He lives next door and his family has already had interactions with the homeless. My daughter who's six years old has been accosted at both P Terry's and both My Children have been my eight year old in my six year old Yielded asked for things basically just kind of pushed away from the parks that they've grown up with ABS. There is full score of Daycares and a dozen public schools within just five miles of the pro Goes site. John Cooley News radio K L. B. J. A Virtual Town hall discussion is planned for 6 30 this evening on tomorrow's expected purchase of the Candle with Sweets Council member Mackenzie Kelly will host it along with members of the Austin Police Department, the real estate department and various homeless service providers. Always not favor of the $9.5 million purchase. But most of the rest of the council is this week. The Austin Council will also vote on creating a new forensics lab that separate from the Austin Police Department Council member Alison Alter says discussions have been really began in 2016 What a PDS Dnepr backlog kick Massive levels predated any action that we took in August in terms of a desire of the council, and we have lots of material that support the direction that will be taking on Thursday. Arrive in state labs have been doing the work for the city in recent years, according to the Agenda. Almost $12 million that the council reallocate it from the Austin Police Department last year will be put toward the new lab, along with nearly 90 full time positions. Homelessness remains on Governor Greg Abbott's radar. If he tells cave you, there are no easy solutions as part of a statewide camping ban he's considering, he says, the homeless wouldn't just be thrown back into the shadows. We want to help put them on a pathway to a better life, whether it be Helping them get off of an addiction. They may have up in them get a home or a living space that that's what they need is. The plan would also include job training and access to food and or health care. But, he says, what cities like Austin have done have only made things worse, which is why he believes that statewide ban is necessary. West campus safety remains a concern for people in that area as another assault this week is being investigated by police. Emily Crone with the student group Horns for safety. Tell CBS Austin living their campus Now it's just not that we're not worth the risk of it Times. I have felt very uncomfortable walking home like definitely think that lighting needs to be improved Two years ago, the city said 228 new lights were needed in West campus costing as much as $2.3 million. The city's plan has been to install the lights over a five year five year span. But at this point, Austin Energy says it's still working to contract with an engineer on the coronavirus. Now we're there have been some very clear drops and Travis County's metrics this week intensive care bed capacity has grown in the past day is the number of people in the ICU is falling 147 total hospitalizations now at 504, it's highly likely will fall into the 400 by tomorrow. They're almost 60 Fewer active cases today and that number stands at 5144 Austin Public Health still focused on vaccinating people Age 65 older, but certain people with underlying health conditions are also now qualified. Austin Public Health Director Stephanie Hayden says about 189,000 people meet the criteria, but only 12,000 doses have been arriving each week. We're gonna be Probably 16 weeks out from now, before we're able to provide vaccines, and that's if we just kind of stay in this 12,000 vaccines a week City and Travis County are working on a new call center to help People register and they're more than 50 available hospital beds and Williamson County. Then the word just a day ago is overall hospital capacity. There is climb to 21%. I see you. Bed capacity has grown and now 14% since March, Williamson County is flag 32,565 cases Right now, 1636 or active and 30,600 are recoveries. 45 degrees right now. In Georgetown on Patrick Osborne. Get Austin News on demand and news. Radio. K l b j dot com. Hey, this is don, and you're listening to the best of town and don Right now, now we're gonna be live at 5 30 so you don't go anywhere and we'll be on all the way till 10. Thanks for tuning in you are listening to the best of Tide and don on NewsRadio K O B. J. The city of Boston Office of Police Oversight is recommending changes to how and when the police department uses force. It's part of a larger rewrite of the Department policy ordered by the City Council last year, following protests sparked by the deaths of George Floyd in Minnesota and Mike Ramos here in Austin, a Caixa and reports in this latest report they released by the Opio just last week, so just changes in eight use of force areas that line up with campaign 08 can't wait Recommendations. Eight can't wait Advocates for more restrictive use of force policies. For example, the Opio is recommending a PD revised its part. Lucy's related to shooting into a moving vehicle. Now in both cases, Mike Ramos and more recently Alex Gonzalez, the AP the officer that shot at the moving vehicle with criminal suspects inside in the Gonzalez case, a woman believed to be his girlfriend was shots. Neither officer who fired their weapons in these incidents have been charged. Yeah, The Travis County District attorney is taking the mic Rae most case to the grand jury next month. Yeah, he has gotten some indictments against a couple of police officers already this year in those cases vary from this one. But according to this report, from the Opio, shooting at a moving vehicle is difficult and can lead to an innocents or uninvolved Third party being harmed. In addition, when shooting at a vehicle results in the driver being wounded or killed, the threat presented by the vehicle is not necessarily eliminated. That vehicle is still moving. Yeah, the report says. A PD doesn't.
"180 day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The holidays that never really made it to the air ever made it to the radio, and I'm kind of playing catch up with a lot of my stories. As during the Christmas and New Year holiday that belong weekends we had, you know, Usually I Cracked the whip and make my staff work on New Year's Day because there's so many things have accumulated during the The Times cracked that with the things that happened, it's like the stories happen. You are going. I want to be the first to get these stories on the air for the first of the year. And, uh, of course, One of them was the 180 Day countdown to disclosure. Which was something that was talked about just before Christmas, and it was written into the covert 19 bill. They were going to take 180 days to give us the quote disclosure on unidentified aerial phenomena. There's another story to that. I Had dropped in my lap that happened. Well, it landed on my lap on the 23rd of the 24th. I believe. Is a story out of El Paso County, Colorado. It was first published on December 22nd and it was reported that 30 head of cattle Were found dead in a grisly display. Of multi. Actually, there's a number of cows mutilated or at least dead. Some of them or mutilate. Others weren't maybe they were pretty hit by predators. Who knows what they were. Peppered around the rural landscape of Colorado right there. Swath of dead cattle were found not far from Schreier Air Force Base. Animals were found actually off Highway 94 near North Korea's road. That's according to Uh, Jacqueline Kirby. Who is the office spokesperson for the El Paso County sheriff. Now there was no evidence, according to the sheriff's office that they had Either been injured, no sign of criminal activity. Kirby said. A rural outreach deputy who responded said that he'd never seen anything like it in his life that this was something he had never seen So many cows dead. Uh, veteran veterinary. Actually, a guy who was a veterinarian Act Choice Veterinary Service was the name of the company, John A tequila of the Choice Veterinary Service. Examined the animals and said that elevated levels of nitrates were found in the least one bale of hay eaten by the cattle, So he determined these nitrates. Cause the deaths with rancher who did not identify himself said he fed the cattle. Same hey, for two weeks without incident before their deaths on December, the 22nd See, after examining some of the photos, there was a guy. I guess it was close to the ranch. They're snaps and photos and sent them to me that and a lot of them were leaked on the Internet. I mean, nothing more leaked. In the mainstream. But of course someone were leaked on the Internet. Some of the council appeared to have been shredded. Some of the cows had brain tissue forced out of their nose into the ground with no blood coming out of the mouth, and it was as if the cows of his squeezed or crushed. Perhaps hurled from the sky to the ground. Paso County has been notorious for sightings of strange lights in unmarked military helicopters buzzing the skies over farms in the area, digging all the way back to the 19 seventies. This area, of course, is the Air Force Base in a lot of shenanigans go on, and we brought up the possibility that this could be a factor. Maybe not. Who knows? But see, it doesn't work. Unless you have an expert on the case. It doesn't work unless you can. Discuss someone with the expertise to set you straight on What's going on? Let the building how Is a graduate of Stanford University with a master's degree in communications. She's devoted her documentary, film, television, radio and Web writing and reporting.
"180 day" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"2831 on 1.5 Steve trouble. He's looking at a little news before we get a heart at that guy Got got Got gas, Which is what life is like living in New Jersey and then, like Like most of New York, they're moving out. Where you think they're coming right here. It's gonna be like we'd like to welcome our audience from New York. Oh, yeah, It's always fun during the games when they turned over well, with all of you watching the Giants Eagles game Now we welcome you into brown stealer. It's always how it happens. I always appreciate that when they say that, because if I'm the one who's watching game to switch it over, like, Hey, That's me. I'm one of the people that switching over now seeing this game Thank you, Joe Buck for setting it up me few special. Exactly. It makes me feel nice, Steve. We were talking about this earlier today. Caller called it in about the New York Post story about the UFO Do it tomorrow night. Yeah, we should because it's actually pretty fun things. This is from the New York Post. Covert 19. Bill started 180 Day Countdown for u F O disclosures. I'll be waiting 180 days, it will have to submit a report to give the Martians time believe way, giving them an eviction notice. What were talent on you? You got 180 days and get out of here because it's ah, the director of National Intelligence in Consultation director of National Intel, there's a director for every 30 stronger over is the director of local intelligence and records Way up the regional intelligence. That person and the secretary of defense, along with other heads to serve their stupidity got together with the director of National intelligence and the heads of such other agencies. I don't know what that means. I know it does the way of that space force right agency? Yeah, exactly. We have like that Space force agency, right? And all these other ones, so I'm sure they're gonna be involved. To submit a report start log. Yeah, Captain Kirk's going to be the next one. That's federation. They have to submit a report within 180 days of the day of enactment of the act to the Congressional Intelligence and armed Services Committees on unidentified aerial for phenomenon. Now I understand what they three months to figure out what the hell? They told exactly Well, it's gonna address observed airborne objects that have not been identified and should include wasn't one object that hasn't been identified. What the hell is that and then also detailed analysis of unidentified phenomena. Data collected by A geospatial intelligence be signals intelligence, see human intelligence and D measurement and signals intelligence, Andy an iPhone and then then it also must contain a detailed analysis of data of the FBI, which was derived from investigations of intrusions of unidentified aerial phenomena Data. Over restricted United States air space and an assessment of whether this unidentified aerial phenomena activity may be attributed to one or more foreign adversaries. So I guess long story short short, we'll get some alien talk soon. That's pretty cool. I'd like to see that. Did you hear of the weird day for us for Tanya Roberts, Steve? Yeah, There were reports of her death are greatly exaggerated. Exactly Glad she's alive. She's hot. Yeah, Glad she's alive, too. She was great on that seventies show. It was reported that she was dead and you got to read the story. It's on TMZ dot com. Five and she was yes in her day long time ago, But they're you know, they got it teams up Well, so she reportedly dying Well, that was she's much better now they, her domestic partner, Lance reported that she was dead. The spokesperson said she was dead vested partner, Lance They were yet they were talking as they called other like family friends, saying that she had died and no turns out. She's not dead. She's alive. So what a wild Dave, could you imagine being Tom? You're being anybody who is reported his dead and you're reading the story going. I'm still alive Who were saying this about me? You don't be funny. I mean, I love that You can never do it. But imagine, like attending your own funeral. Oh, yeah. See who comes and says what? I think everybody's thought of that. They like, you know, you kind of be a fly on the wall in here. Okay? I was a real jerk. Yeah, man, I'm really glad he's dead. Wait a minute. Hello. Hey, I tried. My heart is damaged. Only get people to come spit on my grave afterwards. Yeah, I was his best friend. No, I was his best friend that I was his best. Was all right, I guess, but I'm okay with the time and really run its course with him. Yeah, really. Go now. Speaking of go now, let's do this again. Tomorrow night. We have to, We will, okay..