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Fresh update on " plant" discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

00:44 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on " plant" discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"This final note on the way out today the end of an automotive era Stellantis, the multinational car conglomerate that owns Dodge. Said this week it's going to stop making gas powered chargers and challengers next year. They were those brands with a couple others, the very definition of American muscle cars, handwriting though, wall, am I right? All right, off we go, not before, as always, or when we have time anyway. Your moment of economic contact, a quick follow-up to a thing we did a couple, maybe three weeks ago, a Stephen beard story about Germany's natural gas, dilemma, which is acute and which I set up by saying that Germany was thinking about keeping its last three nuclear power plants online, which would be a huge change in national policy over there. Well, today reports The Wall Street Journal Chancellor Olaf Schultz is going to ask the bundestag to do exactly that. Our digital and on demand team includes Carrie barber. Dylan methane, Janet wynne, Olga oxman, donatan, and Tony Wagner Francesca levy is the executive director. I'm Kyle risdale, we will see you tomorrow. This is 8 p.m..

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Columbia RIver's salmon at core of ancient religion

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 hrs ago

Columbia RIver's salmon at core of ancient religion

"Population growth and climate change are not only impacting the Columbia river but a way of life for some native tribes I'm Norman hall The Columbia river has sustained indigenous people for millennia through the harvesting of salmon and plants but that's threatened by dams climate change and population growth As river people you know we see what's happening Elaine Harvey is a biologist for the acclimation activist Patricia whitefoot considers the Columbia and its surrounding sacred We have to remember that as human beings we weren't the first ones here Warming temperatures linked to climate change for major hydroelectric dams and industrial pollution the salmon are in danger the increasingly warm waters becoming contaminated and that's a tribal leader puts resources and their way of life at risk I Norman hall

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Fresh update on " plant" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:17 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on " plant" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"In many spots around here. 78 at upper Marlboro, 79 in Centreville. We've got 82 in northwest D.C.. WTO news time four 40. Explosions and fires ripped through an ammunition depot in Russian occupied Crimea today in the second suspected Ukrainian attack on the Peninsula in just over a week. Russia blamed the blasts on an act of sabotage without naming the people who did it. We've also been telling you about the serious concern that fighting near the zapper Asian nuclear power plant could trigger a disaster. Well, a UN team was supposed to go in there and examine everything, but that has not happened. WTO P national security correspondent JJ green joins us live with the latest JJ. There is a question about whether it's safe for inspectors to go there. A Russian diplomat is warned that the International Atomic Energy Agency's mission faces a huge risk. If it travels to Ukraine, separation nuclear plant through Kyiv and across the front line, Igor vision of the deputy director of Russia's foreign ministries, non proliferation unit was quoted on Russian state run task news agency today saying anything could happen. If the IAEA delegation went across the front line, he said Russia can not ensure their safety quote in any way. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres says the UN has logistics and security capacity to facilitate that operation, but you have to wonder what it is that Russia is talking about if they don't have it as well. Reporting live, JJ green, WTO news. JJ Russian president Vladimir Putin has some new harsh words for the U.S. today. What did he have to say this time? He said at the tenth Moscow conference on international security, the U.S. and the west need conflict in order to stay in power. So the U.S., he says, and its allies are actively meddling in the affairs of other countries, whipping up all sorts of quote provocations and civil wars. He said the west hegemony spells stagnation for the entire world. Meantime, down the street, Russia's embassy in Washington has accused the U.S. of, quote, increasing the threat of a direct military clash of nuclear powers through hybrid confrontation in Ukraine. They're saying the U.S. steps to further engage in hybrid confrontation with Russia in the context of the Ukrainian crisis are quote fraught with unpredictable escalation. And basically what they're saying is they're looking for reason to talk about or to deploy nuclear weapons, but that's something the U.S., the administration has said, is not going to happen at least from the U.S. point of view. So again, Russia is out there pushing that button or at least pushing that theory of that conspiracy about the U.S. trying to start a nuclear war. We'll have to wait and see what the U.S. says about this. Alrighty, WTO national security correspondent JJ green. Thank you, JJ. You're welcome. Keep it here on WTO because sports is next with rob wood fork. Four 43. Obesity is quickly becoming a national health crisis. In the United States today, approximately 33% of adults are obese. Doctor Ivan essa Pardo, chief of bariatric surgery

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The Rude Pundit Is Unsurprised That Trump Is Selling Nuclear Secrets

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:25 min | 1 d ago

The Rude Pundit Is Unsurprised That Trump Is Selling Nuclear Secrets

"Like you were saying, until we just talked about this, Chris, and you said on Twitter, Rand Paul. This party, they're like, you know what? Let's just make espionage legal then. Right. What? You tweeted back at Rand Paul, who just like, let's get rid of the espionage act. I'm like, oh my God, just when you think, well, this is finally gotta be it. Like, you know, this is the national security party, and it's not it. There were planted by space aliens, Stephanie. Right, right. We're just asking the question. That's right. Yeah. Well, you know, it's also possible to say, you know, there are some problematic things of the espionage act. It has been used abusively. But that doesn't mean that it hasn't also been used for, you know, espionage. Yes. But you said it on Twitter, you said, how can anyone think it's beyond the pale that Trump took nuclear documents? Frankly, I'd be shocked if he wasn't selling American secrets. I think we've been saying that on this show for I don't know how long. Yeah, you know what? I'd be insulted if he wasn't selling nuclear secrets. Yeah. Because damn it man, you got to live up to who you are. And who are is a greedy egotistical SOB. Sorry, thank you. Had to sort of Chris and I thank you. Yes, we've heard that needle. Yes. Yes. And that's who you are. You would sell out your children. You have probably offered Saudis, nights with Ivanka in exchange for things.

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Fresh update on " plant" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on " plant" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"In at 81. We are at 79 in Reston. WTO P news time three 40. Now let's turn to Ukraine where the security of the biggest nuclear power plant in Europe is in question, fighting is taking place very close to the zapper Asia nuclear power plant, and there's word Russia has launched a cyberattack on the organization that operates it. National security correspondent JJ green joins us with more on this concern JJ what do you know? Hillary, if the cooling system of this plant is damaged, it could lead to a nuclear meltdown. Escape of radiation and a lot of people across Europe could get sick and die. But despite this enormous risk, Russian troops continue to occupy the plant and use it as a shield to launch missile strikes on villages and towns in the region. This concern is not just something nuclear experts are worried about. It's risen to the presidential level. French president Macron spoke today with Ukraine's president zelensky. And the French embassy here in Washington tells WTO P Macron underscored his concern about the threat pose to the safety and security of that facility by the presence of Russian troops there. Also, if that isn't enough of a problem, Ukraine says today, Russia launched a cyberattack on the agency that operates the plant, reporting live, JJ green, WTO being news. JJ, today for the second time in a week there was a series of massive explosions at a Russian military base in Crimea. Give us an idea of what exactly happened here and how it impacts the war. Well, Sean, it's believed that a small drone attacked an ammunition depot down in the sim Ferro pole area in Crimea today, which is where Russia has a significant air base. It happened about 6 a.m. local time and these explosions were heard and felt almost 20 miles away. It triggered a massive evacuation from the region, but in terms of the damage, it's not yet clear, but we know that some of Russia's most sophisticated aircraft are located at that base. They're unconfirmed reports at this moment that it doesn't supersonic all weather fighter jets, aircraft, and another dozen close air support aircraft were there at that base during this explosion in this round of explosions. This is a significant blow to Russia's military because they don't know where the attacks are coming from. Will it be a long range missile? A sabotage team or something as small as a two and a half foot long inexpensive and expendable suicide drone, like what happened today? JJ, thanks so much. You're welcome. WTO national security correspondent JJ green

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 Ship carrying grain for Ethiopia ready to leave Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Ship carrying grain for Ethiopia ready to leave Ukraine

"More deadly Russian shelling hit Ukraine yesterday as the first UN grain ship left the country bound for famine ravaged areas of Africa shifting the war between despair and hope Russian forces fired rockets into southern Ukraine killing at least one person That region just north of the Russian occupied city of curzon which Ukrainian forces have vowed to retake Ukraine's nuclear energy operator also said one person was killed in a Russian rocket attack on the city where the plant is located The Russian controlled local government blamed it on Ukrainian forces Meanwhile a UN chartered ship loaded with 23,000 metric tons of Ukrainian grain destined for Ethiopia set sail from a Black Sea port the first of its kind under a deal to restart shipments cut off by the war

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Fresh update on " plant" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:43 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on " plant" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Tonight to our sunny high 80 76 O'Hare, 78 midway 73 at the lakefront. President Biden will sign the inflation reduction act into law this afternoon, the bill aims to fund ways to bring down healthcare costs and includes the largest investment to date for efforts to combat climate change. Republicans remain wary of the bills roughly $750 billion price tag on what they say will target the middle class and tax heights in time First Lady Joe Biden has tested positive for COVID. She's isolating and taking packs lovid and has mild symptoms. Civilians in southeastern Ukraine now if you're a looming disaster at the nuclear site zapper Rhea power plant, some making the difficult decision to leave their homes, hoping for safety outside the Russian controlled territory. And more than 2 million infant swings from the company's four moms are being voluntarily recalled. The company urging parents to stop using the products immediately, the mamoru baby swing and rock a baby rocket sold it bye bye baby and target are being voluntarily recalled because of a risk of entanglement and strangulation, one death has been reported from the mama roo swing. WLS news time is 1131. On the inbound

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Shippers prepare for worst as Rhine levels near critical low

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 d ago

Shippers prepare for worst as Rhine levels near critical low

"Shipping companies are preparing to halt the transport of goods on the Rhine as water levels in Germany's biggest river near a critically low point And ongoing drought affecting much of Europe has lowered rivers such as the Rhine preventing large ships with heavy loads from passing key waypoints and forcing them to use smaller vessels or to split cargoes into multiple shipments at one bottleneck and official gauge measured the water level at 14.6 inches big heavy ships can't pass if the level falls below 15.7 inches Companies that rely on ships to receive raw materials and deliver Finnish goods are expected to face delays and shortages and coal fired power plants and gas stations could also see supply shortages if shipping on the Rhine is halted I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ukraine says it is targeting Russians shooting at, or from nuclear plant - Reuters.com

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Ukraine says it is targeting Russians shooting at, or from nuclear plant - Reuters.com

"The velocity of war in Ukraine is increasing Russia's military has pounded residential areas across Ukraine claiming gains as Ukrainian forces press a counter offensive to try to take back an occupied southern region striking the last working bridge over a river in the Russian occupied cursor region Ukrainian authorities say a Russian rocket attack on the city of kramatorsk killed three people and wounded over 12 others on Friday Russian troops and rebels are seeking to seize Ukrainian areas north and west of the city of Donetsk to

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Hot nights: US in July sets new record for overnight warmth

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Hot nights: US in July sets new record for overnight warmth

"The U.S. set a new record in July for overnight warmth I'm Norman hall meteorologists say the continental United States in July said a record for overnight warth providing little relief from the day sizzling heat for people animals plants and the electric grid The average low temperature for the lower 48 states in July was 63.6° which beat the previous records that in 2011 by a few hundredths of a degree The mark is not only the hottest nightly average for July but for any month and 128 years of record keeping The national oceanic and atmospheric administration says July's nighttime low was more than 3° warmer than the 20th century average I Norman hall

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Ned Ryun on Defunding and Disbanding the FBI

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | 4 d ago

Ned Ryun on Defunding and Disbanding the FBI

"He's Ned Ryan. He is the author of a book I highly highly recommend on the battle of bunker hill. The adversaries, you can see it subtly placed over his left shoulder. There you go. Right there. You know everything and everyone about politics. You are deep, deep, deep in it. I want to get your perspective on today's theme resolved the disgraced FBI must be defunded and disbanded. What do you think? A 100%, I don't think that goes far enough though. I think that it is common. You think that's the moderate position. That is the moderate position. I think that they have shown themselves to absolutely not care about the rule of law. We have 6 years of empirical evidence of that in which, let's just start, for example, they used a fake Steele dossier, which they knew was bogus. That's the stunning part to me to secure four fisa warrant to spy on the president of the United States in the hopes to undermine and take out the duly elected president of the United States. And then we can keep on adding to that. I mean, I don't think people are talking enough about this very crazy Gretchen Whitmer, fed napping FBI informant, planting evidence kind of story that's really starting to play out. But all and beyond defund and shut down. People need to go to jail.

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European drought dries up rivers, kills fish, shrivels crops

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

European drought dries up rivers, kills fish, shrivels crops

"An unprecedented drought is afflicting nearly half of the European continent With no significant rainfall for almost two months in western central and southern Europe The widespread drought is damaging farm economies forcing water restrictions causing wildfires and threatening aquatic species the dry period is expected to continue in what experts say could be the worst drought in 500 years They say climate change is exacerbating conditions as hotter temperatures speed up evaporation and first he plants taken more moisture though isn't alone in the crisis with drought conditions also reported in East Africa the western U.S. and northern Mexico I'm Charles De Ledesma

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UN demands end to military activity at Ukraine nuke plant

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

UN demands end to military activity at Ukraine nuke plant

"The world continues to worry about the threat of a nuclear disaster in east Ukraine where Schilling has hit the area which is home to Europe's largest nuclear plant Shelling near the Russian control sapria facility has continued overnight where Russian forces have fired more than 40 rockets at the city of marhanets which is across the dnieper river from the power plant at least three people were wounded in the most recent shelling including a 12 year old boy The UN's nuclear chief warned late Thursday that very alarming military activity at the nuclear plant could lead to dangerous consequences I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Daniel Horowitz Describes ‘The Rise of the Fourth Reich’

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 4 d ago

Daniel Horowitz Describes ‘The Rise of the Fourth Reich’

"Daniel Horowitz is here author of a new book that is very subtly titled. Not exactly getting to the point. The rise of the fourth Reich confronting COVID fascism with the, with a new Nuremberg trial, so this never happens again, Daniel Horowitz. Daniel, I want to get to your book, but let me just ask you a question. You're Jewish. That's a big claim to say that this is the rise of the fourth Reich. It's a very big claim. And I want to get into it, but I think given the week we live in. That's what I really want to do. I think everyone understands what that means. And I want to be very specific. It's not just about a severity of evil. It's very technical in what they're doing, who's doing it, and how they're doing it. But I mean, more broadly, look, Charlie, when it comes to the FBI raid and I think kind of forgotten, but just a significant the seizure of congressman Scott Perry's phone, this is not a matter of a red line crossed by the bad guys. Because as I lay out in my book, that was crossed March 2020. Okay, and somehow the conservative movement slept through the last two and a half years, which is bizarre. I mean, COVID fascism, January 6th, and then Ukraine, that was all part of it. But this is more an IQ test whether we have crossed our own line. It's an IQ test for the conservative movement. Will this finally motivate us to change our strategy and what we do politically?

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The IRS Hiring Spree Is the Biggest Expansion of the Police State Ever

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | 4 d ago

The IRS Hiring Spree Is the Biggest Expansion of the Police State Ever

"The IRS hiring spree is the biggest expansion of the police state in American history by David harsanyi. The Democrats reconciliation bill I'm reading from the federalist dot com isn't just going to be the largest ever expansion of a government agency. It's going to be the largest expansion of the domestic police state in American history. Many of you watching right now will be audited and many of you will have to go through a very difficult time defending yourself, nonprofits, churches, get ready, they're coming. The Internal Revenue Service will embody their inner KGB, their Stasi and come after every single freedom lover. Be prepared. The average American has less reason to be concerned about cops with guns that the IRS is looking for special agents that can quote carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force if necessary. The federal government that already collects $4.1 trillion every year or 12,300 for every citizen, why do they need they need 80 new battalions of IRS cops.

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Would the FBI Really Plant Evidence? Julie Kelly Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 4 d ago

Would the FBI Really Plant Evidence? Julie Kelly Weighs In

"Julie, let me ask you, you were talking about how the FBI has a track record of planting evidence. I have said gingrich has said in president Trump has said, I hope they weren't planting some stuff at Mar-a-Lago, and immediately we're all smeared as conspiracy theorists. Enlighten us about the FBI's track record on planting evidence. Well, we have to look no further, of course, in the infamous steel dossier, which was fake evidence planted not only throughout the media throughout Congress, but of course presented to a secret court, not once, but four times and presented by the FBI, signed off on by James Comey, and then Andrew mccabe. So what was interesting, Charlie, is that I've been covering the retrial of the remaining two defendants in a Whitmer fed napping case. And what came up yesterday in opening arguments by defense attorney was talking about how an FBI informant planted material for an explosive device in the truck of his client, the defendant, and then when he was arrested by the FBI, the FBI collected that and used it as evidence against him.

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Listeners: Did the FBI Plant Materials at Mar-a-Lago Raid?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Listeners: Did the FBI Plant Materials at Mar-a-Lago Raid?

"Here's one Mike every cop. Now wears a body cam to protect themselves from any accusation of wrongdoing if this rate at Mar-a-Lago was legit, they would want it recorded. Here's another one. If I did something criminal or questionable, if I planted evidence, um. A video would show that. And finally, this comment wasn't a huge Trump fan prior to all of this. However, after seeing everything that has been unfolding, my impression is the only reason they would be in the defense is if they had something to hide, planting evidence, perhaps, may the red wave come fast. If Trump runs, I will vote for him, the left is showing all their cards.

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Dana Goldberg and Stephanie Are Giddy Over This Week's Trump Raid

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:22 min | 5 d ago

Dana Goldberg and Stephanie Are Giddy Over This Week's Trump Raid

"Know what to say about how good this week has been and it's only Thursday still. I mean, it has been blissful. A G and I were talking about it on the podcast yesterday. She's just, you know, Trump's walking around going, I'm innocent, but which one of you has the wire? And then I said, but which one of you is bugged? Yes. Yes, Travis. Oh, we could say something on the safe. Mick Mulvaney was on scene, and this morning. He said that only 6 to 8 people know about that safe and Mar-a-Lago. Oh. Who could it be? Oh my God. It's like a game of clue. It's just getting. It's like mystery date, but better. Now he's going to be sad he wasn't there, Dana, 'cause the Trump lawyer said she saw ten to 15 FBI vehicles, including a rider truck. You know how he loves to pretend to drive the trucks. And drugs are a big trick. Do we have him doing it? I love big drops, Hong Kong. Doesn't he doesn't he always pretend? For photo ops to ride the stop reaching for the wheels, sir, you need to stop reaching for the wheel. Okay, she spoke to Trump while the raid was underway, and he expressed shock about the FBI search. This is massive job done right. Has required more than 1500 pieces of heavy equipment, one of the largest cranes anywhere in the world and look forward to seeing it. I love cranes. I love trucks of all. Not the rider trucks at the FBI. I took your illegal away and yes, this is but you know, the fact that he expressed shocking that this is what Mary Trump said yesterday, I think, is that this is the first time his life he's been without protection of the office of the presidency of the banks of his father. I mean, he's shocked because why wouldn't he be? He's gotten away with everything his entire life. But she's also said and we need to follow it. He's that list of inventory that he said he has. They're going to say they planted something. They were already starting to say that. That's what he's alluding to, and all of these will no one was there. The lawyers weren't there. The FBI agents had full reign. It's coming. So we all need to be prepared that it's coming. Yeah, I would say I was quoting Rachel Bennett offer earlier said, I think what we find at the end of the day is going to make our jaws drop as much as nothing you think nothing would surprise you about Donald Trump. What would be worth hiding and going to prison for for ten months? Jim Jordan seems to think it's golf balls. That's what they took boxes of golf balls and a raincoat. I'm like, he doesn't have a raincoat. He doesn't know how to use a rain umbrellas. So I'm sure that's not what's in the boxes, Jim.

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Jesse Watters Calls Out Lindsey Graham

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 5 d ago

Jesse Watters Calls Out Lindsey Graham

"When Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine? Remember how angry Republicans were? Or how upset they were? How fired up they were when Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, Ukraine is not a state of the United States. Remember this, senator Lindsey Graham play cut 53. There is no off ramp in this war. Somebody is going to win and somebody is going to lose and I hope and pray and do everything in my power to make sure Ukraine wins and Putin is in charge of a state sponsor state sponsor of terrorism, that designation needs to be given to Russia. He's earned that designation. We need to pour it on when it comes to helping Ukraine. Jesse watters calls him out for this play cut 51. Why they had to raid president Trump's home 90 days before an election. Yeah, you know, and I love having you on Lindsay, you know, you and I have a debated about things. And I've seen you pretty spitting mad over Ukraine, but you don't seem as mad as you were about this. Then you've been mad about Ukraine. I don't understand why people aren't lighting their hair on fire. I don't understand why people are not in the streets. This isn't like, oh, well, you know, let's just see what's in the warrant. I mean, they've been doing this. This is the third election. This is a third election. We know they doctor evidence. We know they plant evidence. We know they hide evidence. We know they lie. We know they leak. I mean, this is not anything new. This has been, this has been years they've been doing this. We can't just say, oh, you know, we're waiting for the guy to come out and give a statement about what is predicated. I mean, what? These people are out of control, senator. This country is at like, we're on the edge of a cliff, man. I'm telling you, this country is at the edge of a cliff here. Lindsey Graham doesn't agree with that. He's just kind of like, his head is like, oh yeah, okay, okay. For him, it's all about the regime. It's not about the country, no, but if Vladimir Putin invades Ukraine, oh man. It's all in.

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Rhine River could fall below critical mark, risking industry

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 d ago

Rhine River could fall below critical mark, risking industry

"German officials say water levels on the Rhine river could reach a critically low point in the coming days as drought and an energy crisis grip Europe Tim Alexander from the German ministry of transport says water levels and discharges of the federal waterways remain at a very low level and this is especially true for the Rhine whose nautical bottleneck he says is just very low The dry weather poses a headache for German factories and power plants that rely on deliveries by ship and this makes an economic slowdown even more likely capital economics says transporting goods by inland waterways is more important in Germany than in many other Western European countries I'm Charles De Ledesma

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John Zmirak's Take on the FBI's Next Move

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

John Zmirak's Take on the FBI's Next Move

"Right, John's mirac, let's continue talking about the madness. What do you think is going to happen? I mean, they rated Trump some when the FBI does something like this. Most Americans who don't talk on radio programs, they're sitting back and they're thinking, we know what's going on. This is dirty. This is disgusting. They're going to plant something in the documents I bet. I would be shocked if they don't plant some fake thing to insinuate a crime that Trump did not commit. I put nothing past these people. These people said the Hunter Biden laptops were Russian disinformation without even seeing them. These people hid the laptop. The FBI put it in a basement. And if Rudy Giuliani hadn't made a copy and given it to the heroic Jack maxi, who you had on this show, none of us would know about it, okay? The remember, these people want to kill innocent babies.

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Why Do We Need to Continue to Have an FBI?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 6 d ago

Why Do We Need to Continue to Have an FBI?

"Do we need to continue to have an FBI? That is very serious and simple question. We could have state run agencies. Now the answer was the FBI came into being because of interstate crimes primarily because of bank robberies. Now, of course, there's some good things the FBI does. That's not what I'm saying. Even Ron Paul would say that, going after child sex trafficking, going after interstate, gang activity, cartel activity, but even that seems to have diminished in recent years to be more focused on moms and dads that show up at school board meetings. And this, the front page of the Justice Department website, while all this is happening, the first thing on their website is this. Justice Department files lawsuit and proposed consent decrees to end long running conspiracy to suppress worker pay at poultry processing plants and address deceptive abuses against poultry growers. Look, this might be a major issue for some of you in the audience. The suppressed pay at poultry plants, why is that exactly the focus of the Department of Justice? How about the next one? Just this department establishes reproductive rights task force. And this one, attorney general, Merrick B Garland statement on Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs V Jackson. Now isn't that interesting? By the way, if we're looking into poultry plants, why don't we investigate why they're all burning down?

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:25 min | 4 months ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Significant and more of a health issue than the myocarditis that comes from the vaccine. Right. So the one with the vaccine, then was it fair to say that you get you recover from it more rapidly? Yes, definitely recover more rapidly. You say you have a two and a half year old. Did you say daughter? Yes, daughter. Nice. What's her name? Her name is Ava. Ava. And is Eva plant based like mama? Oh, she most certainly is. And are you married? I am engaged. You're engaged. My partner and I, yeah, we've been together for like almost 6 years. And we've lived together and we planned on having a daughter together. I mean, the whole issue of engaged versus married. I don't know, it feels anticlimactic. But yeah, we're engaged. Yeah, beautiful. And is what is his name? His name is ray. And his ray plant based. Right is not plant based, but what we eat in the home is for the most part plant based. So is there any tension there with the food and how you're going to be raising Ava? They're really hasn't been tension. He recognizes that plant based eating is healthy and it's funny we go out and some of his friends will give me garbage about ha ha you're a vegan. And he'll actually sometimes step in, often he steps in and he says, well, you know, it's a healthier way to eat. It makes sense. So he recognizes that plant based eating is as healthier. So it hasn't been hard in raising our daughter that way. And she's got a broad range of things that she likes to eat. It's funny she loves sweet potatoes. She loves tofu. She loves avocado, so it's been a joy. It's been fairly easy. Does she like oatmeal? She's just kind of plus minus on the oatmeal. Right. Neutral. What about you? What'd you have for breakfast today? Well, I have for breakfast. I had a soy latte that I made before my workout. And I had a banana with some PB fit, which is yeah, it's not quite peanut butter, it's basically defatted peanuts. So it's higher in protein and lower in fat. So I put that on my banana. And then after my workout, I had some soy yogurt and I had a waffle. It was at a homemade waffle or a store bought waffle. It was a store bought waffle. I am, I don't have the time to make waffles, I'm scratched. Oh my interventional cardiologist damn it rip? Cut me some slack. Yeah, yeah. But I'm sure it was a vegan waffle. Of course. Of course, of course, yes. Of course. So now when you're at the hospital, what do you do for lunch? Do you bring lunch? Do you are you able to eat in the cafeteria there? It's a great question..

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"  plant" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

04:27 min | 5 months ago

" plant" Discussed on The Plant Path

"Hey there everybody say you pop them here, founder of the school of evolutionary herbalism and in this week's episode of the evolutionary herbalism blog. I want to talk a little bit more about this holistic model that I've been sharing over the last few weeks in regards to medical astrology and its connection to herbal medicine. Yeah, last week's episode, I was talking about the way that we can use astrology to look at a person and see the connection between what's going on in their body and their mind and emotions and their spiritual development and this week I'll kind of want to flip it and orient this around plants, right? Not a lot of people are aware that astrology was one of the oldest systems of classification used in western herbalism, right? That this was one of the ways that plants were seen as having their medicinal and therapeutic properties that they understood their remedies based on whether it's connected to Mars or to Venus or to Jupiter or to Saturn as a way of understanding the essence of a plant. And as I've been sharing over the last few weeks, you know, the thing about the astrology is that it is this really holistic system, right? In the way that it sees not just the whole plant or the whole person, but their connection to the whole cosmos, right? To the wholeness of nature, it's really the most holistic model that I can comprehend because it's looking at the wholeness of life itself and the connections between the various expressions of life. And so in a similar way that we can look at a person on that three fold level the way last week I was talking about an alchemy they say that everything in nature is composed of these three philosophical principles of sulfur, mercury and salt, which.

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:46 min | 6 months ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Invest in your people and they will do everything they can to make sure that the customer and the patient are well taken care of. It's a mantra I've seen that I just can't not live by. Love that philosophy that you're taking care of these physicians. So you've got 9 right now. Are they are they working as hard as they want to? Yeah, so, you know, some of them want to do ten patients weeks. Others would like to see more 60 plus and some of them are doing that. It's just a really growing opportunity. So our next phase, the first phase was just getting started, kind of learning the hurdles, the technology, you know, we switched EHRs about a year ago because the first one was two cumbersome and this one is a much more nimble EHR so there's that part of it the website then we have the marketing aspect of it. So now that we have more funding, the marketing will be definitely ramping up. And we have a few opportunities. We're going to be doing part of a study two year study working with an insurance company in California. Starting in February, so that's really exciting. And we're doing everything we can to get the word out there. We exist in bring on more doctors as the demand increases. Wow. Do you find right now that our most patients coming to you because they are interested in plant based and they want to see you or are they being referred to you guys like they've been told to see you from somebody else? We have a wide spectrum, actually. So I would say we have the healthy, whole food plant based eater who just wants to make sure that everything nutritionally is sound, right? So we can look and do some labs. I have a certain I put together a template of my, I call it my plant based eater template of labs we check for certain nutrients status and we adjust things accordingly..

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:30 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"We all work together on on creating what we see in front of us we just gave ventures and everyone is in charge of a certain thing and they really helped me to focus on not only sourcing deals but But closing deals and everybody else has their own responsibility to To managing the portfolio. Do you have any idea so since. Kwb started how many of those investments have actually been successful. And how many have not amused at fifty percent on a great question so so we source our. That's a beautiful question. So we saw our yields To two ways one way is through the traditional a networking type of type of way and that way is usually a higher risk of than the other way that i'm gonna tell you in a second We've had we've had one right and we're about we're investors in roughly Thirty seven companies are so right now. so I'm that right off was about a fifty thousand dollar right off which is in the grand scheme of things isn't big at all Our other way of sourcing deals is through our Our fund. It's called the proof. Which is a pro rata opportunity And basically we have a bunch of early stage funds that we partner with and They give us access to the deals that they want to keep investing in but can't because they're over allocated their their overexposed over leveraged. They've invested already too much money to run out of money. They invest in their stars so he would invest our money on their behalf with their winners and that short that shortens the The risk dramatically. I mean i mean literally again. We've had one right off in the last five years herself so In in in venture capital world hurdle and venture capital world is usually the eighty twenty rule. Eighty percent of your as wiped out twenty percents Jobs olders are hundreds of companies from the twenty percent job. richard congrats. That's that's that's a good track record. Our i mean again. We're blessed that. I'm blessed to have partners like Like john and then his partners jonathan. So i'm really really blessed to to have met them and And you know. I'm in this journey with them. You know it's been an absolute amazing rollercoaster writing have ups and downs and everything but It's going really really good. I'm so happy. Well you're a. You're aware that you know about a year ago. I kind of took over the the engine to plant food foodline from whole foods. They turned it over to me. And you talk about a roller coaster ride the last year has been really one of the hardest the my life but it also at the same time has been one of the most one of the most exciting and his forced me to grow and expand in ways that i i never saw possible. So you know i. I mean to to think that you've done that or you're a part of helping growth thirty seven different companies up to this point. That's pretty special. That's pretty remarkable and announcing thirty eight so select that journey. Yes yes i. I appreciate that. Thank you.

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:51 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Have you always loved animals or is it something. That's that's been building so I again That's a double edged sword. You know 'cause you say you love animals and then you go hunting so so that's That's that says is definitely A contradiction in of itself But yeah i mean i Pets when i grew and i didn't know the difference between between a pet and the food that you and i didn't have the opportunity for someone to show me the The difference so I think after going vegan i can. I can save the say. That i'm a hundred percent. Animal lover I just just love peace. you know. that's that's all i care about. Let's we like that. You got planted down there. Obviously which we love. Is there any plant food that you just can't stomach. Ooh that's a good question. I've act- i've always had the favorite then. Oh you know what yes. I do Oh i did so tempe. I absolutely despise And or revoke despite. I thought that was the double shooting. I cannot stand it but then a few chirps around the globe when i Am i stumbled into this company. Called mighty bean and they do this tempe in australia. And i'm telling you when. I can't eat enough of it. Oh i'm talking about like group in the packet out and just eating direct at a so so good so i can't think of one show that i can't stomach anymore. Wow so even like you. You don't mind. Eggplant or no normal blood brussels straddle goes i. What about jack fruit jack. I've never had a raw jackson. Never had you know. Jacqueline on cnn raw and then eaten it had cooked and everything. So i'll tell you could obviously you got. Venture capitalists down there. How long would you say you've been venture capitalist. Like how long have you been like knee deep into this and getting after it. So i absolutely loved Venture capital since. I was working with my dad. And even before that i've always was interested in investing in early stage companies on a rather than investing and now mitchell vince I've always seen the The potential of them going up. It's a lot higher. Obviously the potential of them going buses even if allow a lot higher as well But i love the excitement of it than i am ever since i I was. I was working with my dad than i was in charge of business development and It was something that i always loved. You know his love listening to entrepreneurs getting these new concepts and then seeing how we can be part of it As as the group as my father's company which is kingdom holding And then obviously. I stepped out. Wanted to do my mba That didn't work out too. Well 'cause i just wanted to work and i I put that on hold. And i just started working. I started investing in a very haphazard sorta way and early stage companies until i tell my per folio Became big enough to her. That you know someone needs to manage lives a little better than the way. I'm doing it. So i got an amazing team I got a partner of mine. John backus. cfo Steve a mullins got two partners of mine directors roy and then matt And.

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:02 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Save money make money is to try and let them know. Listen we got. Our planet is in peril. I mean does it. Does it or is. It just depend on the person or the corporation. What tact if you take you know what again. That is the That i've i talked to a corporation. You have to talk to them. Inc line were inducted and that is profit and loss and shareholder value. Then they are not willing to understand anything else in you. We conduct them with. Csr and everything that's gibb one percents Thus gonna gimme be given an effort of one percent from them If we're talking to them about them about the profit and loss or talking about the importance of of seeing where the future is when it comes to innovation and animal agriculture and how inefficient is to from a calorie for calorie standpoint from calorie and carry out standpoint That is the best way so for for my interaction with so many other with so many companies again. I am blessed to be in a business to knock on. Someone's door uncovered a habit answered I take that Responsibility really carefully because one. I don't wanna waste my time under the whoever's in front of his time And pitching an idea of but rather pitching them a business model. that definitely is going to Do a lot of good for them and for their company and as well as contributed positively to the environment and animal welfare And that happens with a dairy. For gem we'd have what are investors in an absolute rockstar will company Turtle tree And they do Salad i go culture but they produce milk of from miami blah glands that that That animals or or mel's produce basically and The way that we want to approach this is definitely approach. A dairy companies An an and telling them you can source dairy this specific way as opposed to sourcing dairy through Through the waste of land that you're going to have to have With all the cows that you're gonna have to keeping a key And all the water being sent all those feed. And you're going to have to waste all the extra majestically when all the of antibiotics and hormones and all that other garbage and old and and and denied the logistical nightmare of transporting the mill from from point. A divorce central So that happened to be one of the best ways for me to use this specific Ability that i have an convinced so many companies to to really open the open the doors of for listening to listening to to what the turtle jazz offer and obviously that goes to towards accompanies goes stores Governments or even sovereign wealth funds. That's really interesting. So that one company are they now interested in doing the cellular milk. Oh no we've we've done Is our seed around. Was i think three years ago two years ago when we were already reasoning. I think our series day And it's a proven As a proven product is already been Been done in the lab and we're actually going to work with With so many other was so many hospitals to produce Human milk for so forgive for babies. I mean that's incredible yang because moms. Sometimes we their kids away and then would they substitute with thousands. For god's sake so that would be the best substitute on the super anything. Will you must be so absolutely excited every day because you're looking for new innovative exciting companies. That can help change the world. I mean i what a what a what a fun it seems. Exciting life also comes burden..

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

05:26 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Is of course the power of plans. Every ticket is going to receive video access to watch the talks again and again plus every attendee will receive exclusive discounts and be part of our special community. I would encourage you to join today at plan. Strong dot com slash plant stock. And if you haven't heard the news yet. I am over the moon excited to announce that the rips big bowl cereal is back. Eat this breakfast every day. And our new and improved varieties taste in sane. You won't believe how satisfying it is to start your day with this bowl of whole grain. Goodness learn more at plans. Prompt.

"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:35 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"You know. Basically plant based for brain health into ward off alzheimer's. You've got our our friends. Nina and random nelson that that did the clear skin diet right for acne and pimples and the list goes on and on and on so i just you know i look at how many books it's like. The plant based diet seems to be the solution for pimples for heart disease for diabetes metabolic syndrome through an alzheimer's. It's it's wild. It's wild and i feel like the most to me the most surprising like okay. We're at a different world now. Was i was in thailand right before. But kovin started and in thailand. We went onto a random island in the middle of nowhere got off the bones and should we eat lunch and we went to some random little restaurant on this tiny island off bukit and the restaurant had entire plant based menu. It's everywhere what. What were you doing in thailand. Were you holding a retreat or something. Yes i was doing. Some culinary retreats and doing some touring on my gosh. It sounds fabulous. Have you do you have do you have. Do you have any any retreats or anything on the horizon. Yes well of course. I had some planned last year that had to be rushed so i'm hoping to announce soon that we're going to do please tour in france and that's probably going to be in june our were trying to hold down those dates but it's so it's another year. I can't wait. And then as soon as thailand opens. I can't wait to go back to thailand. How luxurious and have you have you like or you and your team and doing research to find out. Like where are some plant based restaurants. You can visit in frauds well. I've never been to franz to go but this company actually does like they've done these tours and it's all like the chefs laid out and it's like these everything is completely began. Everything like even the whiners vegan. So it's going to be kind of a fun adventure not not necessarily a health retreat type of thing more of a fun way to see fans and see if not having to think about the food and enjoy the food wonderful so this is season three of the plan strong gas and this one of the things i'd like to ask every guest is when was your galileo moment so like juliana. When.

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:55 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Since you and i were kind of you know we were like this is when it was friends you and i were like getting into it right. The engine to diet you wrote the idiots guide to plant based nutrition. I mean we were some of the first ones i know. It's wild and as amazing. As i never forced foresee i never would have foresaw foreseen. How would you say that. I never know dicta that we would be where we are. Now where you see the term based ubiquitously around the world just it's changed so much and we were just sitting there trying to like explain talk that we were just shouting from the rooftops because we had seen such extraordinarily things and so much has evolved. Since then. it's it's quite extraordinary to watch. Yeah i mean you wrote the idiots guide to plant based nutrition and for people. That's not a slight. That's that's like there's an idiots guide to just about everything right and they and they. How did that work out that you actually wrote that book. Yeah it's a good question. Thank you for saying that people get offended. I'm like no no no. It's a whole series of dummies series in an idiot's guide series and i was approached by an agent to write the complete guide to vegan nutrition. And of course. I was like yes i want to talk about this and i got the job and applied and did a you know a chapter and st and everything and when i finally started writing it i realized you know what i really don't want to call it vegan nutrition because i really see that. There's this thing about plant based that is more tangible and it's more inclusive of a definition then vegan and. I'm a dietitian. I'm not here to be on my ethical. So yeah i just really wanted to talk about the nutrition. So i i made a petition to change the title midway while i was writing and my agents like oh honey. That's never going to happen. But i think they saw there was another compelling argument and i think that's when your dad was on was at that was at cnn. Was that big yeah. Yeah yeah i was. I was with wolf blitzer and dean orange and my father and it was president or i should say the ex president. Bill clinton was talking about how he had embraced kinda combination of orange and ston in campbell and all the research to reverse his heart disease right so that was all happening right then and so. I think i'm because i use that. As part of my pitch to change the title it was so compelling and so exciting that they accepted it and they were they are on board. And i think that that was. That's just gone. Just became a heavily out there really. Well it is. I mean. I think back in. I think you know who knows exactly but i think the term plant base was coined. If i'm not mistaken from colin campbell way back in the day right yet and then you tell me. Were you the first person to actually write a book that had plant based in the in the title know. I have to look that out yet. But but to me in that year's came out in in two thousand and eleven right. Yeah very good. And i think now like i just did a quick look at amazon. There are so many plant based one one plant basis. Plan base that you know we we. I just had some people on the podcast. These nutritionists that did the plant based toddler and babies Robert cheek and matt frazier. Just did you know the plant-based athlete you've got so many people in its is so fabulous that are jumping into this space. That have every kid credential imaginable. You got dr ball. Schuette says doing fiber fueled is a gastroenterologist. You've got you know the sherzai is right. That are doing..

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:01 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Daily dose of health and motivation and education are the super important and long lasting friendships. That i've developed with people along the way especially with the pioneers. Who came well before me whose shoulders. I am proudly standing on top of and. I'm sure you know what i'm talking about when i say when you are so invested in so passionate about something that you just can't help. It develop mutual respect and deep admiration for the people that you meet on the journey. Today's guests is one of those people for me. Her name is and heifer and she and i have been contemporaries and friends in the plant based movement for well over a decade. In fact as we discussed today she was the first author to actually use the phrase plant based in the title of her first book. And now without a doubt. Plant-based is having its.

"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:28 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Is that none of that really has any merit to speak up. Especially when we're talking whole soy's so when you eat soy in its natural state is as close to grown as possible. So we're talking about anime. We're talking about Tofu tempe mesa. And then of course. Soy milk where it's not soy protein isolates are concentrates but it's whole soybeans like this edens soy or the west. Soy that is something we can get behind. And here's the thing. Is that what we now know. Is that actually eyeso- flav bones. Okay so these fido estrogens. That are actually. I flav owns. They actually ran regulate the hormonally active compounds in us by blocking these estrogen receptors. It's absolutely brilliant. So it does just the opposite of the myths that that are floating around out there and it's going to raise my estrogen levels. No the reality is it will regulate them anything lower that that is so crazy to me and i remember seeing the game. Changers talked about that. I thought that was one of the best sound bites to come out of the movie is it doesn't raise your estrogen and actually blocks. Estrogen absorbs in from other sources. And then the the to me. The biggest irony is that the highest basically. I should say the probably the number one way that americans are getting estrogens in their diets dairy products because that lactating cows estrogen levels. Go up thirty three fold and now you're consuming that cow's milk cow's yogurt that cows cheese the ice cream it's loaded with not only ones. It's like growth factor number one but also with these estrogens so the irony is amazing ironies amazing and i i was actually wondering you think big dairy could be promoting misinformation about estrogen in soy well to their my no. No conspiracy. Theories on on plants ranks knuckles. No no on. Well what i was doing. I wanted to taste test. We have two brands here with us today. Eaten soy's unsweetened soy milk and west soy's unsweetened soy milk and the reason we like these is because both of them have to ingredients they are just a whole soybeans water and sweden's. It's amazing. both of them are organic. So let's do this once and for all cave this one here is the even soy and this one here is the west. Soy do a back to back and see. See what we think. And what i'm looking for in a is. I don't wanna persuade taste. I want something mild in neutral. Let's see this is the on the outside. I tried the west way. I hope you're west way. Here's what's so great creamy. Yup pretty mild you all right. Let's compare it to the eden. Interesting they do have different flavors. Maybe it's me. But and maybe it's because refrigerated and one's not. Yeah but the the eating soy to me has a smells.

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

01:43 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"The healthiest type of alternative milk. And again it depends on what you're meaning of Your definition of health is right. What would you say. What's your favorite. What do you think ranks. I would say would have to be probably under sweden variety for the most part of either a soy or a almond or an haute. Yes something really clean right. So we'll talk a little bit about how to pick alternative milks and what to be on the lookout for if i had to pick one. I'd say i'd say soy milk. It's the only alternative The mainstream alternative milk. That's made from beans. I'm and we know how healthy beans are for us to be just again. It depends what you're after so like for most of us. We don't need to worry about protein rate of anything. If you listen to the podcast ahead with darren orlean. We talked about how actually we should be eating like a low protein diet right as opposed to a high protein low protein. If you don't care about protein then you're not going to be drawn as much to maybe showing this eden soy right here. This unsweetened soy one. Eight ounce glass is twelve grams. South grams approachable grams of protein. It's like over the over the moon high whereas whereas this almond milk right here. This has got one gram of protein right there. Yeah i think is the only one that really compete with traditional dairy in terms of soy. So if you're choosing traditional dairy for the protein content opt for some sway. Milk protein is less important to you. Go for another

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

05:28 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"No plastic no labels please recycle. Yeah amazing really recyclable. Wonderful so that. Let's let's let's dive in today. So i know you've been doing your research for today's episode when jesse like digs into a topic. Watch out but we're going to talk about plant based milks. I mean what is a plant based person to do in two thousand and twenty one when you have such an amazing a waste of of options before you like. What is the most environmentally friendly. What is the tastiest. What's the healthiest 'cause. I just don't know what to make all absolutely. We are literally sitting here surrounded by options that we picked up you and i are collectively and yeah there's a lot there's so many options out there and so we want to talk about what to be on the lookout for in terms of ingredients and how to pick the alternative milk. That's right for you. And here's the thing i gotta say. And that is what. I started going based back in the late. Nineteen eighties literally. You had saw off and you had rice mill and that was it and now i think they're making milks out of just every i'm black bean milk. Why not sure why not. Yeah definitely. i'm so excited for today's episode. I've been thinking about it for weeks. And i have a lot of information that i'm eager to share. But the reason we're talking about alternative milks here in now is because our listeners are going to need it to go with their well rips big bowl. cereal we'll come back and it's coming back soon. No really really soon so we are excited. And as i said we do have a lot of options today. So since we don't have big to to the sampling. I thought it would be nice to enjoy today's snack. Ables episode with milk and cookies. So we'll be testing a few of these plant based milks and since two of our granola inspired by cookies we've got the classic oatmeal raisin and the tahini chocolate chip..

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:42 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"When i wanna talk about that roberto up there where in the fans the plan strong shirt so tell me about your tell us about your journey. Yeah thanks rip. And you're actually right. That two thousand two when i started my brand vegan bodybuilding and fitness but i came to this plant based lifestyle vegan. Lifestyle in nine hundred five. It was one of those things. I remember the date. It's well documented. December eighth nineteen ninety-five. My older sister organized an animal rights week at our high school. I thought what the heck give it a try support my older sister. She's putting all this work. So i attended this event which had speakers and the auditorium videos of factory farming and animal testing and literature and conversations with people about living a vegan lifestyle. That week turned into something like thirteen hundred weeks more than a quarter century. Like you rip. And here i am and i was organizing the animal rights week two years later when i was a senior in high school and all the while rape and i think you know this about my story. I was a five sport athlete in nineteen ninety five. I was a runner. I was a soccer player. I was a wrestler of basketball player. And i did every single. Almost every single vent in track and field. And one. The dan o'brien award for my school. Because i did everything except for like basically the pole vault and two other events i mean i did. Throwing events hurdles long distance sprinting. Jumping triple javer thing and what. There's one event that you kind of like i've seen you up close and personal and you let me down and that was the vegan hot dog eating contest here. That is exactly right. That was a decade ago. That was must have been two thousand and ten or something. I rolled into austin the opportunity to speak at whole foods. Market world headquarters here. We're taking notes there in the in the audience. I thought you were playing on your phone. At first you later revealed that you were taking notes. And i entered. It was covered by the new york times a lot of media. And i got my butt. Kicked took my shirt off. I was lexi. And i was the silly. You're doing push ups on the stage before know it was. It was ridiculous. Eight like six plant based hotdogs in the allotted time which was ten minutes or so it was. It was pretty pathetic. It was i put on a performance. I thought you were going to mention rip the time that i got. I got my butt kicked doing push ups on stage at plant stock at the family farm. That's what i thought you're going to say when you say i saw up close and personal but what i what i love about that rip. It was so funny you were hosting your the microphone. Hundreds of people in the audience. And you're actually like critiquing. The person's form who was more than year like you're not even going the whole way. You were like it was you. Were taking it so seriously. Thought that was kind of funny. He's not even doing full reps. And so this person who eat me. You know. We're saying well. Maybe he didn't really qualify. He didn't do all the qualifying you achieved this feat but anyway those are all side notes which also talk about our history which also reminds me of one of my favorite photos. Rep is me. You and brennan browser from over ten years ago in austin when i was on tour there you were hosting one of your early one of your first ever engine to retreats at brennan was speaking i was in town. You invited me because that photo represents something like seventy five years of plant based living between three best eight years at this point. Eighty five years and It's just like an iconic photo. I toss online for throwback thursday but just really finish rip an..

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

02:04 min | 1 year ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"It's time for fred's plant of the week. Well i'm going to vary that in terms of variegated plants now plants in this case are all pretty darn well dormant where we've had no snow. We've had freezing temperatures. I think the game is over as far as growth of concerned matter of fact. I'm certain that it is. I've watched a few things especially rhododendrons. When it gets cold enough there leaves will roll up like a little fat cigar. Well when that happens you know the game is over. Fires yearly growth is concerned however it does give us something to look at As i mentioned rhododendron. I do have a variegated leaf. Rhododendron quite outstanding this time of year because pretty much everything else. Well it's in with other rhododendrons but they're all green of various shades and this one stands out and then the you wanna miss family if you can pronounce that. I won't ask you to spell it but if you have wants that is variegated It can lay on the ground and be variegated again. Climb trees it can climb sides of buildings with some help And on a rough brick. It doesn't need much help. it can do. Its own thing there. There is little plant that i keep speaking of almost every week. Lamb lamb is finished flooring. Well i did find the color of one little flower pedal but that was it It however has speckled leaves. It has green and grey leaves. It has various things. There is a variegated guga. Then we have the think of is that used to be. well let's just say Entirely used in hanging baskets that would be taken in or allowed to die. Hang whatever during the wintertime. It is now in our winters in the last several years for vinca to live over and it is really quite attractive at this point. Now it's strong enough. If you walk through it catch up. Over the top of the arch of your foot it'll trip. You enjoy it from afar if you need to or else be very careful..

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

05:06 min | 2 years ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"So Rich Rep. . Thank you for having me out to your place. . It's never been out here before. . and. . Quite dreamy to say the least. . Well, , I appreciate you making the trip all the way out here. . We don't exactly live close to town. . I don't know where you're staying but I guarantee you. . It was a it was a hike out here. . So actually believe it or not. . It was only a thirty minute drive. . Wow. . Yeah Right. . Yeah. . I I wanted to say how insanely proud I am of you and You know when we first met, , it was two thousand nine at that crazy little <hes> Vegan world right fast <hes>. . And you <hes>. . You I think you've just been named one of the fittest men on the planet I just written the engine two Diet Book. . <hes> and to see just how far you've come since that kind of moment in time is <hes>. . It's kind of mind boggling to me. . Well, , let me just say first of all. . I WanNa thank you. . Because you've been, , you've set an incredible example and you've been an unbelievable mentor and have really paved the way with this movement and The work that you do. . It has inspired me for many years and it's been a long journey and it's cool that we're both in it to win it and still here, , and so it's an honor and a privilege to to talk to you today. . Yeah. . Well, , and and the work you're doing the number of lives that you're reaching <hes>. . And the good service that you're doing it is. . Anyway it's just it's I'm constantly going while rich way to be you know. . And I, , appreciate you being. . A champion of this vision that I had from the beginning I'll never forget I sent you a manuscript finding ultra before it came out and I I was a movie called and I ran out of the movie theater to take your call and you were like so few sieve with your praise and so encouraging and that meant a lot to me at that time. . Yeah. . Well. . And so. . That book finding all tra- It <hes>. . The reason why I called you immediately because I finished reading I think it was galleys copy or something like that. . And you laid it out there. . You laid it out there in a big wonderful courageous way <hes>. . The way the way you were. . So incredibly honest the way you <hes> left yourself just opened his so much vulnerability and that was definitely the feeling <hes>. . It was it was a very kind of vulnerable place to be to kind of tell your story in that way but I but I also knew I mean first of all backing up, , I was aware that Scott. . Your was writing a book at the same time that I was writing my book, , and here you have the world's greatest ultra marathoner. . You know Vegan just an incredible human being and I'm here over here I've never won a race. . You know. . I'm this ultra athlete Vegan person but I'm thinking why would anyone read my book when they can? ? Pick up Scott's, , and I was very aware that the value of what I could share was was directly proportionate to extent to which I was willing to be vulnerable and talk about things. . I wasn't proud of to try to connect emotionally with the reader. . Right? ? Will you you do that in spades and you know before this interview I? ? reread the book and again I was just like. . It well written. . You know again the way you open yourself up <hes>. . <hes>. . Downright incredible and it made it made me kind of go back through my childhood, , my life and explore kind of places where I was. . Vulnerable or not vulnerable, , and it just made me think about how? ? How many especially I think boys and men these days they don't allow themselves to be to be to be vulnerable and. . And for whatever reason, , we've kind of grown up thinking that showing signs of vulnerability a weakness right reality it is probably one of the greatest strengths yet scary were raised from the beginning to put on, , put on the face the mask and go out into the world and be this. . You know worrier type personality and discovered through pain that there's a lot of strength to be mind in that vulnerability. . That's a lesson that I had to learn though it. . Didn't come naturally to and I learned it in recovery initially <hes> by learning to share my own story and being empathetic and a good listener to other people's stories, , and I realized how much courage it takes to do that, , and also how much freedom avails you like if you can really put yourself out there in that way and clean that closet out of whatever skeletons you have. . Then there's a lightness I think that comes with that and it's very empowering.

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"  plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

02:11 min | 3 years ago

" plant" Discussed on Plant Strong

"The rip Essel Ston here. When a welcome you to the engine to plant strong podcast in season one. I'm going to introduce you to Joe Inga. A Bronx firefighter who reached out to me to help him. Reclaim his health has been spiraling out of control for the last twelve years in response to this nine one one call from a firefighting brother, I have Marshall together some of the most spectacular doctors athletes. Inspirational leaders in the lamp based space on pulled a Golda. I'm a host on discovery channel's shock week. Omni and navy veteran from Australia and shock attacked survival. I'm Jay d Roth. I'm a television producer and plant strongman, Chrissy, rod holistic nutritionist, physical therapist. And I am plant strong as well. Dr called. Will be aselton junior. I work at the Cleveland Clinic wellness institute guy wrote is called prevent and reverse heart disease. And I'm rips father mimes James Wilkes on the producer on the engine is I'm Dr Aaron spits author of the penis book doctors complete guide to the penis from size to function and everything in between. I am dean shares I the co director of brain health and Alzheimer's prevention program in Linda university, Aisha shares I I'm in Raleigh, just and co director of the brain health and Alzheimer's prevention program at Loma Linda university, and we're so privileged to be part of this journey with you, my hope zip for every Joe and every Jane that's out there this season will inspire you inform you as you to take action and become the plan. Strong person that you were destined to be welcome to plant strong plan. Strong is available for download on items Google play and. Any others for more plan. Strong content should follow my social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram using the at Ripston handle.

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