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"aging alzheimer" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

04:14 min | Last month

"aging alzheimer" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"And the results were shocking. If you were eating the highest amount of fruits and vegetables, conventional, you had an 18% less likelihood of getting pregnant. 18% and 18% compared to the organic couples. The couple's eating organic. And if you did get pregnant, you had a 26% less likelihood of a live birth. Oh my goodness. I mean, that's jaw dropping. That's just like, wait a minute. What? What? Well, and then the big question next question of that is, okay, so you're having 18% bigger challenge not getting pregnant. You do get pregnant 26%, not going to have a live birth of the 74%, what was going on with those babies in terms of. In their future. Yeah, exactly right. Exactly right. So first about organic versus conventional. It's not a discussion anymore. When you see the science, it's just shocking the difference. And it may be at first you can only find organic tomatoes and potatoes. That's all they've got at the store. But if every week, you ask for the produce manager at the supermarket, say, hey, where's the organic carrots? Well, we don't carry those. Oh, if you carry them, I'll buy them. And if 20 people a week ask for the produce manager, do you know how short a time it'll be before they're carrying more organic produce? It's a nuisance to take 5 minutes to ask for the produce manager to say, you know, if you bring more organic in here, we'll buy it. It's a nuisance to do that, but that's the only way you're going to affect change in your local area. If you ask for it, it will come, right? Right. I mean, that's the bottom line on that. So that's why organic is so important because these chemicals in our food chain are accumulating in our bodies. And that's the primary reason why every autoimmune disease is going up four to 9% a year every year. Four to 9% for every autoimmune disease, people are getting sicker at younger ages. Alzheimer's, blue cross blue shield came out and said there was between 2013 and 2017 and four years, there was a 407% increase in the diagnosis of mild Alzheimer's in 30 to 44 year olds. 30 to 44 year olds. In four years. So wait a minute. In four years? In four years. So is any of this that they're looking when they didn't look before? No, no. No. So I just want to cross this having to pay out. Blue cross is having to pay out. And there's 40. So now, okay, that's crazy. Now I know that sugar can be a huge trigger for that. I'm just assuming that the combination are toxic soup of all the pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, the outgassing, all of that, combined with bad seed oils combined with the sugar that was put into everything. You go into a freaking health food store and they've got agave and apple juice concentrate combined with canola oil as if it's like this health food. That makes me want to scream, like these kombucha that have more sugar than, you know, it's like, how dare you do that, you companies. You know, you should have like, I don't know how you sleep at night. Bad enough, but at least when you're going to get a Coca-Cola, you know what you're getting. No one's saying, hey, you know, that Coca-Cola is a health food. Well, they say things are better.

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"aging alzheimer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 11 months ago

"aging alzheimer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Flash All right Charlie thank you so much Carl master Tim steno back here on Bloomberg business week We talked about some of the big headlines And certainly one of the big ones is the hospital admission in the U.S. for COVID-19 We are seeing them receding about 34 states in the nation's capital So that's a good sign to him Yeah and closer to home Terrell here in New York City or in New York State I should say cases have dropped 92% from their peak Like I said gotten busier Have you noticed Yeah streets have gotten busier and I'm riding the subway again So you feel better Yeah it's the paranoid person metric you know you can just follow me If I'm riding the subway things are okay The dims den of egg metrics Hey let's bring in our next guest with our daily check on the pandemic Doctor Kevin I'm just his director of medical affairs at the BioTech company along jevon He is on the phone for Miami Doctor am does it's nice to have you here with us How are you Good good Good afternoon Thanks Thanks for walking on the program Yeah you bet It's good to have you here Tell us a little about your company in terms of what you guys do Because you're involved big time when it comes to stem cell research Yes absolutely Absolutely Okay so for context I'm not a director of medical fears a long job and we're kind of staged BioTech company in my Florida publicly traded on the NASDAQ We specialize in cellular therapies for life threatening chronic conditions We recently work granted by the FDA orphan drug and where PDFs disease designations for our efforts in treating infant heart defects affecting babies with HLHS which is hypoplastic left heart failure But aligned with what you were just talking about omicron and COVID-19 one of the therapies we actually have a phase one clinical trial for in the U.S. is for COVID-19 ARDS which is acute respiratory distress syndrome Our lead product launch will be works in dampening the cytokine storm that's seen in ARDS And that's kind of a severe form of COVID-19 Once you get it and the body doesn't react as well and it really gets uptake in the lungs and you develop ARDS that's when we hope that our products will have really good effects and clearing out that cytokine storm allowing the lungs to heal and the body to repair itself Doctor Rhodes this condition that you're speaking about and your company is working on treating does that happen Do we know from a that something that is a consequence of other variants including delta and alpha Yes So all variants all variants are produced respiratory diseases and respiratory disease could be upper respiratory tract or in the lungs And they do have the potential to be dangerous We have seen a dip in the more severe cases but it absolutely has been present during odd ways the current almost on wave So and with this treatment a lot of the treatments that we see right now are very variant dependent And this treatment is more independent It's all patients and regardless of the variant that get pneumonia and have this severe syndrome You are working on various treatments and they're all in various stages A lot of them do involve research in a lot of it for chronic disease A lot of it dealing with diseases of aging Alzheimer's aging frailty What's the biggest potential and soon as potential for your company specifically when it comes to top and bottom lines Yeah that is a question we get asked a lot So our company was founded on aging related diseases Like you mentioned frailty and cognitive disorders like dementia and Alzheimer's We recently completed our phase one Alzheimer's in the U.S. and we just started our phase two trial With frailty we completed our phase two trial and now we are starting a phase two trial in Japan So we believe that we have potential in both physical and cognitive aging processes But is it at least a year or two before you get through these phases Well currently currently the trials that are we were trying to expedite it but there's only so much and then because pandemic we had to kind of limit the way our enrollment would have gone our face one always our we expected the finish much earlier than it would end up happening But we are looking at probably a year to complete enrollment in our phase two Alzheimer's thought and that will definitely give good top line results and we're able to get clear indicate the direction that we're going So and that's going to be complete enrollment by the end of the year Hey doctor Rhonda I want to talk a little bit about the evolution of the virus here just in the last minute that we have with you There's been a lot of discussion about this moving from pandemic to endemic And I'm wondering if somebody who watches the space closely what are the signs that you're looking for to indicate to us that okay we're out of this pandemic And this is endemic now Yeah And that is a great question And with these ways so with these variants with these types of there's mutations constantly And new variants are able to popping up all the time It's very hard to predict But the fact that the results are less severe less patient hospitalized less depth of current those are very positive signs Another big cause of sign is is vaccines being approved for the I believe Pfizer is going up for less than 5 years old These are great signs that we are in the path to the right path for this to become like an influenza endemic where you could go in on annual basis and the results are not as severe and it's not as infectious So the signs the current stats are great right now Well great to check in with you and certainly keep us up to date as you guys move through your trials As doctor Kevin rob does he's director of medical affairs at Ron on the phone for Miami long driver and by the way it's a BioTech.

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"aging alzheimer" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"aging alzheimer" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Of those excited toxicity is factor that has neurons continuing to be excited by glutamate when they're in a compromise date energetically for example with a stroke or. We think more subtly in parkinson's alzheimer's where there's might conrail dysfunction that's occurring and then the rounds continue to be excited even though the mida connery aren't producing enough. Atp to run the ion pumps that pump the sodium and potassium What was your your work was what my phd work was mostly cancer metabolism function. I did a loyal so neurons like up to. It's been estimated that in neurons that are active during normal activity up to fifty percent. Atp is used to drive the the sodium pump and the calcium pump to pump so pump. Those islands back out after the neuron is fired so in the neuron fires in action. Potential one is active the sodium and calcium russia. Then you get a voltage across. The membrane nets propagated in. It's important to rapidly. Remove the sodium and potassium so that the charge across the membrane gets back to where it was and so yeah during normal aging alzheimer's parkinson's if the mighty connery aren't working even a little bit less well than they are. There's a tendency or hyper excitability and so anyway that's the destroyer part of sculptor and destroyer. How much of a role with the gabba production from being in ketosis help negate that. Well that's important. That's a good question. I think that from a drug standpoint drugs that led enhanced gabba tone could be beneficial. The trickett Turkey business because it is critical for learning and memory and it ahler circuits essentially gonna maturity so. You don't want them to go out of control but you don't want the activity you go to. Low function is an optimal What about testing that with something like akito nestor to see trains. Currently we've done that. We so sir. Richard beach.

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