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"allen fat" Discussed on Debate This!

Debate This!

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"allen fat" Discussed on Debate This!

"Of his powers. Invisible invisible boy has the power to turn completely invisible but the trick is he can only do it when no one is incredible and if he or others look at him while he's invisible he will turn back amazing when asked how he knows he's actually able to turn invisible his responses feeling so Throughout the movie invisible boy is obviously like doing anything his his his real purpose is just like unrelenting charm and optimism. He's like he's the stereotypical like wide-eyed superhero fan. Boy he also like he pulls together all this superhero contacts because this is just like a club of nerds than hang out right up a superiors share in a sequence. Leads them to find jimmy. Garoppolo's character is kind of like the ringer of the team. Now does get moment to shine at the end but the major contribution really is just like. He's just like being courage or he's cheering on his other teammates He finds he helps the main characters. He helps shovel or find the courage to lead and helps. Mister furious find his identity which is a whole other ark for ben stiller's character so yeah invisible boy portrayed by the one and only kill mitchell who. I'm pretty sure it's not acting anymore. He's a pastor. Yes yes rate sure All right boy entertainment hot with some like good nostalgia with mitchell matt. What do you have for us today. Yeah todd listen. So i know that there is an expectation for me to come here and talk about two thousand six cinematic masterpiece. Zoom academy for superheroes starting higher chevy chase. But i'm not going to do that sway timeout. Those people were all in the two thousand six masterpiece. Zoom academy superheroes. How did they never mind. Tomorrow was actually a superhero. Yeah out so not gonna do that. Largely because that movie is terrible edits mostly just tim allen fat shaming a fourteen year. Old your eyes. I watched a few clips zoom this week and was reminded. Why zoom like. I remember the title but not the movie anyway friends today. We're going to talk about the precursor to my hero. Academia two five disney mega hit sky. High yeah better nostalgia. Better nostalgia than mystery men different better different better while sky high which was definitely the first property to do a superhero. High school. I will not be taking questions at this time. Introduced us to a wide. Cast of super am not so super characters x. Men came out in the the sixties. Matt i would like to bring i would. I am not taking questions at times. Question is the fact that kids like to bring the most interesting character into the avengers business by promoting warren piece from sky high to whatever open position the executor hiring for today. Warren can shoot fire out of his hands and a lot of teenage angst and trendy. Red hair stripe. And i think that's what the avengers need born piece is such a good superhero name. That meeting the rest of the movie could have been hot stinky trash and that name would have been would have carried it. So who is kurt. russell's character. I'm not seeing this movie. Okay so warren. Warren pieces played by a guy named steven straight. Who did like nothing else. Go yeah sky. High honestly a pretty good movie like as far as two thousand five disney movies go sky high is is pretty much the upper echelon of mid-2000s disney and the whole idea is that it's this superhero school. That has two tracks..

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"allen fat" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:53 min | 8 months ago

"allen fat" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"List twice in the same game. Now the two will forever be linked is part of the 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame class. Welcome back to Super Sunday on Westwood one. I'm Scott Graham. They'll be eight new members, the Gold Jacket club in what promises to be the largest induction ever in Canton come August. Last night, The Hall of Fame announced the newest class, which includes wide receiver Calvin Johnson in his first year of eligibility, and Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson also watered long time. Tampa Bay Bucks safety John Lynch guard Allen Fat Icka, who played 13 seasons with the Steelers, jets and Cardinals. Tom Flores, who won a Super Bowl is both of player and coach and Pittsburgh Steelers Super Scout Bill None. But Peyton Manning was a foregone conclusion. After five MVPs to Super Bowl titles and countless records for passing yards and touchdowns. There was no doubt Manning would get in on the first try. I asked him this morning if his ticket to Canton was always in the back of his mind. You know, Scott, when you're playing is just not something that you that you think about all his family. I was playing. You really don't look back, and you really don't look too far ahead. You're trying to kind of concentrate on what's right in front of you and that season, so it's just not something that I thought a lot about, you know, truly understood the significance of it. But this honor has been just attacked me to reflect on the people that have been important over the friendships and the teammates in the relationship for so many people. Yes, during the best part about it. And also go down memory lane with somebody who was coaching today, And when you talk about your time in Indianapolis, I'm going to guess that Bruce area is a big part of it. Yeah, Bruce was my quarterbacks coach. My first three years was that that's for quarterbacks coach I was, You know, a rookie Trying to kind of figure it out at first year wasn't exactly smooth sailing up there. 28 interceptions still in NFL rookie record that anybody wants to break that record. I'm all for well, like to get that without my resume, But Bruce Really appreciate. Bruce is coaching, and I felt like he kind of got me started on the right track. After that first season, we went from three and 13 13 3 and I think Bruce helped me a lot and my improvement. A lot of people talk about how you change the quarterback position in your time in the league because of how you prepared and how you got the mindset of what the quarterback was going to do at the line of scrimmage by understanding what the defense was going to be doing that came from film study. Do you feel that? You know, the NFL has kind of changed the way it looks at preparation because of how carefully you prepared It's hard to say I've never felt like I was doing necessarily anything different than we know what other people were doing. Um, you know, obviously you and I used to kind of shit ideas and talk about film study and game plans. And like he and avocado do it takes sort of sort of the same way. But, you know, preparation, the film studies cottages where I thought I could get a little edge out there. You know, I couldn't I'm gonna be on the scramble relation. Anybody. You certainly know what you're gonna be able to throw it, You know, 80 yards down the field past everybody, so I thought I could kind of, you know, know where they're going before the ball was snapped. Give me a little confidence out there on Sundays that I kind of had a baby a beat on the defense and whether I did or I didn't. Maybe I thought that I did, And that helped me with my confidence. So taking that snaps and that's where all the film study helped him. Uh, Will say, Scott, There is no better view of what what's going on out there than from the quarterback positions. You obviously had a rivalry with Tom Brady back in your playing days because you were both vying for the same thing from the same conference and now we watch as he Does what you did, which is goes to another team and brings into the Super Bowl. When you look at what he has been capable of doing over the course of time. I mean, we've almost run out of words for how astounded everyone is that he's still doing it at this level at this age. Are you surprised? Well, no, I mean, but I am I am impressed and amazed. Uh, All those words that you kind of run out of it. That's all I know to keep Using is it's a credit to Tom and his work ethic is discipline and taking care of himself something making this adjustment in a pandemic off season where I didn't have the luxury of getting to know his coaches very well and getting on the same page as receivers, and they sort of use that first part of the season. That kinda get King Fountain. The second half, especially in this playoff for all they've really been playing such a high level, but he deserves all the credit. He's made the transition. He's made it work and no doubt has just presence is elevated that team in that teams culture to another level. I'm looking back in an old story from you talking about playing with a balled up piece of tape with Cooper one on one when your dad was in New Orleans, Satan running around out there and I wonder in looking back at that. Could this story have ended any other way? Because it seems like this path was going to be your path. Ultimately not everybody makes it to the Hall of Fame. But this path was going to be your path from the time they were. You were a really little kid. Well, um, I already asked my father, uh, Archie Manning Tonto to present me because he has just had the greatest football influence, uh, on me greatest impact in my football life, And just because of that, he used to just have us around Scott. He's we used to go toe Saturday morning practices and that has come down to the safe locker room after games. Grab that want to tape and he let us go out of the Superdome field, and we'll play one on $100 alcohol until he finished his interviews. And so I grew up around it. And, you know, probably like a lot of kids. And when somebody is it, what do you want to do it? You don't want to be a football player. Because because my dad did it, you know, And it was just kind of a quick, easy answer. I never I never knew that it was gonna happen. I hear people say that I always do. I didn't always know. I knew that that's what I wanted to do. But there never was. A mission of my dad never was a goal and I think maybe that's why I ended up happening because he was just there to help me. But I'm certainly honored to have to have been on this ride has been a fun ride, and I'm certainly either to be finished in the write offs and Canton, Ohio. An ambassador for the game and truly an icon and his time on the field..

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"allen fat" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:30 min | 8 months ago

"allen fat" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Three receivers writing a loose crotch. Alden Smith pressures. Manning throws a lob for the Marius Thomas intercepted by a flying trans. What suit Back in. He is Superman. What an interception that watch. He came flying in the air jumped right over to Marius Thomas, and now he's going wild over to the Raider sidelining takes his helmet off. If your adrenaline by one of the greatest players in the history of the game, Charles Woodson, a new, spectacular career, had never intercepted Peyton Manning until his final season when he checked that accomplishment off his bucket list twice in the same game. Now the two will forever be linked is part of the 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame class. Welcome back to Super Sunday on Westwood one. I'm Scott Graham. There'll be eight new members, the Gold Jacket club in what promises to be the largest induction ever in Canton come August. Last night, The Hall of Fame announced the newest class, which includes wide receiver Calvin Johnson in his first year of eligibility, and Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson. Also wanted long time. Tampa Bay Bucks safety John Lynch guard Allen Fat Icka, who played 13 seasons with the Steelers, Jets and Cardinals, Tom Flores, who want to Super Bowl as both a player and coach and Pittsburgh Steelers Super Scout bill None. But Peyton Manning was a foregone conclusion. After five MVPs to Super Bowl titles and countless records for passing yards and touchdowns. There was no doubt Manning would get in on the first try. I asked him this morning if his ticket to Canton was always in the back of his mind. You know, Scott, when you're playing is just not something that you that you think about always found when I was playing. You really don't look back, and you really don't look too far ahead. You trying to kind of concentrate on what's right in front of you and that season, So if it's not something that I thought a lot about, you know, um, truly understood the significance of it, but This order has been just attacked me to reflect on the people that have been important under the friendships and the teammates and the relationship for so many people has been the best part about it. And also go down memory lane with somebody who was coaching today. And when you talk about your time in Indianapolis, I'm gonna guess that Bruce Arians a big part of it. Yeah. Bruce was my quarterbacks coach first three years was that that's for quarterbacks coach I was, You know, a rookie Trying to kind of figure it out at first year wasn't exactly smooth sailing out there. 28 interceptions, which is still in NFL rookie record that anybody wants to break that record. I'm all for well like to get that without my resume, But Bruce Really appreciate. Bruce is coaching, and I felt like he kind of got me started on the right track. After that first season, we went from three and 13 13 3 and I think Bruce helped me a lot in my improvement. A lot of people talk about how you change the quarterback position in your time in the league because of how you prepared and how you got the mindset of what the quarterback was going to do at the line of scrimmage by understanding what the defense was going to be doing that came from film study. Do you feel that? You know, the NFL has kind of changed the way it looks at preparation? Because of how carefully you prepared Well, it's hard to say I never felt like I was doing necessarily anything different. I didn't really know what other people were doing. Um, you know, obviously you like I used to kind of share ideas and talk about film study and game plans. And like he and avocado, doing things sort of sort of the same way, But, you know, preparation, the film studies cottages where I could get a little edge out there. You know, I couldn't I'm gonna be on the scramble away from anybody. You certainly know what you're gonna be able to throw it, You know, 80 yards down the field past everybody, so I thought I could kind of, you know, know where they're going before the ball was snapped. Give me a little confidence out there on Sundays that I kind of had a baby a beat on the defense and whether I did or I didn't. Maybe I thought that I did, And that helped me with my confidence taking that snaps. And that's where all the film study helped. And, uh I will say that there is no better view of what what's going on out there than from the quarterback positions. You obviously had a rivalry with Tom Brady back in your playing days because you were both vying for the same thing from the same conference and now we watch as he Does what you did, which is goes to another team and brings into the Super Bowl. When you look at what he has been capable of doing over the course of time. I mean, we've almost run out of words for how astounded everyone is that he's still doing it at this level at this age. Are you surprised? Well, no, I mean, but I am I am impressed and amazed. Uh, All those words that you kind of run out of it. That's all I know to keep Using is it's It's a credit to Tom and his work ethic and his discipline and taking care of himself and certainly making this adjustment in a pandemic off season where I didn't have the luxury of getting to know his coaches very well and getting on the same page as receivers, and they sort of use that first part of the season. That kind of get the kinks out. The second half, especially in this playoff for all they've really been playing such a high level, but he deserves all the credit. He's made the transition. He's made it work and no doubt is just presence is elevated that team and that teams culture to another level. I'm looking back in an old story from you talking about playing with a balled up piece of tape with Cooper one on one when your dad was in New Orleans, Satan running around out there. And I wonder in looking back at that. Could this story have ended any other way? Because it seems like this path was going to be your path. Ultimately not everybody makes it to the Hall of Fame. But this path was going to be your path from the time where you were a really little kid. Well, um, I already have. Ask my father, uh, Archie Manning, Tonto to present me because he has just had the greatest football influence. Uh, Only I understand packing about football life, and just because of that he used to just have us around Scott. He's we used to go toe Saturday morning practices and let us come down to the same flock of room after games. Grab that want to tape and he let us go out of the Superdome field, and we'll play one on 100 yards football until he finished his interviews, and so I grew up around it. And you know, probably like a lot of kids. And when somebody is that what you want to do it? You don't want to be a football player. Because because my dad did it, you know, And it was just kind of a quick, easy answer. I never I never knew that it was gonna happen. I hear people say now I always do. I didn't always know. I knew that that's what I wanted to do that there never was. A mission of my dad never was a goal. And maybe that's why I ended up happening because he was just there to help me. But I'm certainly honored to have to have been on this ride has been a fun ride, and I'm certainly island to be finished in the write offs and Canton, Ohio. An ambassador for the game and truly an icon and his time on the field. One of Peyton's places.

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"allen fat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:58 min | 8 months ago

"allen fat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"His final season when he checked that accomplishment off his bucket list twice in the same game. Now the two will forever be linked, is part of the 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame class. Welcome back to Super Sunday on Westwood one. I'm Scott Graham. They'll be eight new members, the Gold Jacket club in what promises to be the largest induction ever in Canton come August. Last night, the Hall of Fame announced the newest class, which includes wide receiver Calvin Johnson and his first year of eligibility, and Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson also watered long time. Tampa Bay Bucks safety John Lynch guard Allen Fat Icka, who played 13 seasons with the Steelers, jets and Cardinals. Tom Flores, who want to Super Bowl as both a player and coach and Pittsburgh Steelers Super Scout bill None. But Peyton Manning was a foregone conclusion. After five MVPs to Super Bowl titles and countless records for passing yards and touchdowns. There was no doubt Manning would get in on the first try. I asked him this morning if his ticket to Canton was always in the back of his mind. You know, Scott, when you're playing is just not that you that you think about always found when I was playing. You really don't look back, and you really don't look too far ahead. You're trying to kind of concentrate on what's right in front of you and that season, So if it's not something that I thought a lot about, you know, um, truly understood the significance of it, but This order has been just attacked me to reflect on the people that have been apart under the friendships and the teammates and the relationship with so many people that spend the best part about it. And also go down memory lane with somebody who was coaching today. And when you talk about your time in Indianapolis, I'm gonna guess that Bruce area is a big part of it. Yeah. Bruce was my quarterbacks coach first three years was it? That's what quarterbacks coach I was, You know, a rookie trying to kind of figure it out at first year wasn't exactly smooth sailing at their 28 interceptions, which is still in NFL with the record that If anybody wants to break that record, I'm all for it. We'll let you get that one off my resume. But, yeah, Bruce really appreciate. Bruce is coaching and felt like he kind of got me started on the right track. After that first season, we went from three and 13 13 3. I think Bruce helped me a lot in my improvement. A lot of people talk about how you change the quarterback position in your time in the league because of how you prepared and how you got the mindset of what the quarterback was going to do at the line of scrimmage by understanding what the defense was going to be doing that came from film study. You feel that? You know, the NFL has kind of changed the way it looks at preparation because of how carefully you prepared Well, it's hard to say I never felt like I was doing necessarily anything different. I didn't really know what other people were doing. Um, you know, obviously you and I used to kind of share ideas and Talk about film study and game players and what he did have a kind of do it takes short of sort of the same way. But, you know, preparation. The film studies got just where I thought I could get a little edge out there. You know, I couldn't I'm gonna be on the scramble relations Anybody. You certainly know what you're gonna be able to throw it, You know, 80 yards down the field past everybody, so I thought I could kind of, you know, know where they're going before the ball was snapped. Give me a little confidence out there on Sundays. I kind of had a baby a beat on the defense and whether I did or I didn't. Maybe I thought that I did, And that helped me. With my confidence, so taking that snapped, and that's where all the film study helped him. Uh I will say that there is no better view of what what's going on out there than from the quarterback positions. You obviously had a rivalry with Tom Brady back in your playing days because you were both vying for the same thing from the same conference and now we watch as he Does what you did, which is goes to another team and brings into the Super Bowl. When you look at what he has been capable of doing over the course of time. I mean, we've almost run out of words for how astounded everyone is that he's still doing it at this level at this age. Are you surprised? Well, no, I mean, but I am I am impressed and amazed. Uh, All those words that you kind of run out of it. That's all I know to keep Using is it's a credit to Tom and his work ethic and his discipline and taking care of himself. Certainly making this adjustment pandemics off season where I didn't have the luxury of getting to know his coaches very well. And getting on the same page is receivers, and they sort of use that first part of the season. That kind of get the kinks out. The second half, especially in this playoff for all they've really been playing such a high level, but he deserves all the credit. He's made the transition. He's made it work and no doubt has just presence is elevated that team In the team's culture to another levels. I'm looking back in an old story from you talking about playing with a balled up piece of tape with Cooper one on one when your dad was in New Orleans, Satan running around out there. And I wonder in looking back at that. Could this story have ended any other way? Because it seems like this path was going to be your path. Ultimately not everybody makes it to the Hall of Fame. But this path was going to be your path from the time where you were a really little kid. Well, um, I already have asked my father, uh, arch remaining Tonto to present me because he has just had the greatest football influence. Uh, Only the greatest impact on my football life. And just because of that, he used to just have us around Scott. He's we used to go toe Saturday morning practices and let us come down to the Saints locker room after games. Grab that want to tape and he let us go out of the Superdome field, and we'll play one on 100 yards alcohol until he finished his interviews, and so I grew up around it. And you know, probably like a lot of kids. And when somebody is it, what do you want to do it? You don't want to be a football player. Because because my dad did it, you know, And it was just kind of a quick, easy answer. I never I never knew that it was gonna happen. I hear people say now I always do. I didn't always know. I knew that that's what I wanted to do. But there never was a mission of my dad never was a goal. And maybe that's why I ended up happening because he was just there to help me. But I'm certainly honored to have to have been on this ride has been a fun ride, and I'm certainly either to be finished in the write offs and Canton, Ohio. An ambassador for the game and truly an icon and his time on the field. One of Peyton's places.

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Peyton, Woodson, Calvin Johnson lead HOF class

The Dennis Prager Show

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Peyton, Woodson, Calvin Johnson lead HOF class

"Peyton Manning was awarded his spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday in his first year of eligibility. Also going into captain this summer offensive guard Allen Fat Icka wide receivers Calvin Johnson and Drew Pearson, defensive back Charles Woodson and safety John

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"allen fat" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"allen fat" Discussed on KGO 810

"All go back to my native Sacramento street go to hell and I've always been an outsider he's inside and that's what we need to dialectical into play between one's own outside within just bring all kinda wildness in the cryptic and in the end only inside to give him some space so they can kind of feel the power in such a way that those last don't call it with the people and the dignity and decency and so here we are two thousand nineteen nineteen who who don't have merged with David Kimball K. my colleague at Harvard and brown Connecticut college when one of the grooms moms and history of this empire let me very honest about that done clean here rather the frat whether the fragile experiment in democracy can survive who what I mean by that is that just the rule of law but democratic sensibilities and sentiments being cultivated by the citizenry and more and more the message he is survival of this case and the strong again soon which is a diametrically upholstery notion of a tradition that produce me which is one of you will be hated respond with the deepest forms of love you will be traumatized respond with the deepest forms of healing you will be terrorized the full one indeed respond with a commitment to freedom which means you're not in it for popularity we don't want to put us US factor grand mom in the greed by telling her that used to come to the guy that rather than held up certain blood stain man of the freedom integrity honesty generosity and truth telling in the condition of two there's always what to allow suffering to speak there is no truth in the human condition unless we listen to the holes in the language of Malcolm what catching a and that's the exact opposite we see in the White House and so many state house of the not Jeff in politics we've seen it more more in our churches well in a mosque in a synagogue we see that more and more in our educational institutions where corporate is ation commodification commercialization money money money status that if that power power power and what kind of signs that stand to the our young people thank god when I was coming along we had ministers professors we had politicians that said they would rather be in the language of the great Mary Ellen pleasant you'll know when Mary Ellen pleasant what now the mother of human rights in California right the first black woman who was a multi millionaire shoes were six and forty seven million dollars in the eighteen forty okay I will say that again Ellen plaza before about a Jay Walker who she met a vanilla brother who drive bad if you're headed to six hundred forty seven dollars a day she had a what if you do to give a million dollars of John Brown in the middle of brotherly love black people more to many black people of themselves thus for a million dollars the John Brown deal with the Underground Railroad here's the cash I'm a real estate magnate take them that's merry and pleasant San Francisco San Francisco but she is one moment in a larger tradition simple have less money in say take my service take my time take my energy on goal for was the little gym all do focus on Jimmy law I'm going to focus on Susan you focus on Jose and one of the wonderful things about the tradition of produce we black people is that when the love is deep enough to start on the truck with side it down it is real right it spills over to the van Allen fat but sometimes it does start with day because that's the last thing you needed black people love everybody but.

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"allen fat" Discussed on The Tactical Kitchen Show

The Tactical Kitchen Show

15:03 min | 2 years ago

"allen fat" Discussed on The Tactical Kitchen Show

"And the darn dark start to separated intern from just being a little cluster of sales into being entire organs in entire owns and it's really just the Study of embryology magical mystical brackets thing but but to pretend that baby doesn't in a in a fall is trying to actually produce another human being inside refining doesn't need to eat the same fatty meat heavy diet that anybody meets the when they're trying to optimize their health? It's just all it's ridiculous and I was just reading a log posting. I I read a lot of Biegel. Blog posts is trying to understand their mindset because I know they're very earnest and fervent labeled at they're in they're not we know they're not mean. People people there trump news. I think you remember main will ever in trying to raise the children big. They mean the best for the world end for their kids. They love their kids and so what in the world is there onset it. I'm trying to figure it out so I can get in there and tweet a little bit on a C. so that they don't have been there but yet I can get them to stop poisoning their children right without getting into a knock down drag out but yeah the the first trimester. There's so many things happening warning. I mean there are tolls of textbooks that are inches images of all the things that are happening and the baby is doubling incised the cell numbers doubling every few days. It's ridiculous everything that's happening and so we played that you need to just eat vegetables and no fat and somehow that still magically going to occur one hundred percent of correct is is magical thinking unique disturbs me little. We'll honestly feel like millions or maybe the most healthy pregnancies there are because I say so many other like mainstream. Women just eat basically whatever they want whether pregnant so while I know what you're saying the Vegan pregnancy it's I'm more worried about women who think that and pregnancy you get a pass basically and not only that but there's people out there justifying the need for higher carbs because of you're making. A human like yeah that's not that in the make anything to you don't need the carbs to make a humanity a high quality protein and equality fat and those type of things so yeah at yeah vegan their own issues but I'm more worried I would be more more worried about the women eating the donuts in the milkshakes and the and the cheeseburger with the large fries and like at that kind of stuff is probably causing just as much if not more Emma genetic problems with the fetus than a whole foods plant based so you know what I mean. I think what happens with a lot of people standard. Why is it use my new Megan die because lied about where the crackers and reading you know if you literally cow just chronicle daily Diet God it's ninety seven percent plant oh absolutely and then you have those women who like me with my first pregnancy? I ended up as I had free just ational diabetes so you know reality had just diabetes. You know that's the reality and the recommendation for that at the time. This was nineteen ninety three when my son was born was that ah I needed to eat more car you know what is so I needed in mill and low fat yogurt and grains and all these different things and I got what will when I was working on hospital I guess when you were to be managed ads as much as the nurses do we all nurses are in charge of patient education and so I would be sitting there teaching me women who have stationed diabetes like need only Parv all carbs Max in between the CARBS and I and low fat as long as it's low fat okay in it was like we were literally fading them the opposite of what they needed to be fed but they were following directions and then wondering what they did wrong when they're you know they have they had the great because a lot of people like you said earlier of Duxbury was they're trying to do the right thing and they want to do the right thing. They're just getting the wrong information so we need to change that of hey. There's another way a healthier way to do this and you talked about it a about nutrient focus on nutrient dense foods not calorie-rich foods so you know when you look back at it and you mentioned this earlier at I don't know where we got off track with our recommendations in our country for pregnant women. I know the the dietary guidelines all these things but at some point we weren't doing all this crap. We were eating eggs hall eggs. We were eating me from the farm that we were animals. We were raising and somewhere. We got way off base to wear when I when I a birth the recommendation was infamous while I was actually Ashley discouraged from Breastfeeding Nineteen ninety-three they brought a packet of Empha- mail in the bottles with and they said hey this is so much easier. Just pop this top off screw on the nipple and you're good to go. That's only they sent me home with lack of it and I look back at that my son would just project how vomit every time he had that so then. What did they say he needs? Soy The way Yup you need soy and that was a disaster and he is he has allergies. He grew up with asthma so you know when we're talking about this. We got way off base somewhere in look back S._e.. You talk about ancestral diet so you back at West in a price and his that she just human education when one everybody should have to read that the what to expect when you're expecting acting throw that in the trash and go by the price we chose best way more important than within what to expect with your affected. It's like that and so many women are not. They don't know to reach for something else. They just see what everybody else has done for the last like he said what only forty years their mom was rating that they should read that book but they don't even fake. What should I be feeding myself is it? Is it what we've been taught. Is it like that doesn't make sense because two hundred years ago we wouldn't have had any of stuff so how can that be what I'm supposed to be feeding filthy really love West Night Fries <unk> type you know forming the he's coined the term proper human diet because it is about that it's not about being being in Kito says you know chugging the M._C._A._T.. Oil It's about eating the right food with the proper proper nutrient density and so this sounds unbelievable but when Mansell keys and was doing all of his research and then when in nineteen seventy seven when the federal government implemented who died. What's the low fat low cholesterol thing was just for older men to try to keep in? I'm from having a heart attack was Eisenhower's heart attacks. He smoked afraid train the mobility you're talking about that so this is all came into being you try to get over being an artist but over the years they it's. It's he's the weirdest thing because the American heart association all four the low fat low saturated fat but then all of a sudden the internal medicine guys started saying well. It's good enough. If that's what the American Heart Association pleats older men should do an older women you mentioned that to based on no research just oh well if that's right for them. It must be right for them to and you'd like well okay. That's up to big miscarriage the American Academy of Pediatrics will I mean if that's when adults to do. We shouldn't certainly start training kids when you're young and we should start worrying about their cholesterol. When they're young it's their way to Rome right so they implemented low fat low cholesterol stuff and then the American College of Obstetrics Gynecology said well? If it's you know if it's normal for adults children we get pregnant. Women started on this low fat low class thing and make sure they're eating lots of whole grains all of that so so there is a tiny bit of possibly meaningful research four L._D._l.. All that stuff in older men but every other member of the population there's no research whatsoever. It's all been considered by doctors asked Commonsense Olawale since it's okay for them we should do it but these people do and so literally if you've got the chairman of the ACOG which is the American policy of obstetrics gynecology and you said word you use your dietary advice for pregnant women on your website. Where's the research and every time he said on the Slack Jal said note show me the where is the randomized control research showing that even eight or pregnant women they eat lots of whole grains drinks milk? Where's the research that shows that let's say much last beneficial? Where's the research and every time you you you waffle? I'm going to sleep gels again. I mean he would have very resolved because he can produce research whatsoever and so at that point you most board-certified certified obstetricians Joe while we recommended this again. Why am I giving every pregnant woman that office this handout that as you would have to teach them when they come to Labor delivery and say yes uniqueness him now that Atfer yogurt lots of whole grains lots of rates wear where did that come from and so the heard the doctor they go to Nisha U._S.? Nature Sheep's I got it from the doctor. Ask the doctor. Where'd you get? We'll printed it off the website of neighborhood lightyears will nobody ever takes. Nobody ever goes that next logical step where debated it just came out of thin air. It's literally based on no Ming Research or expectant mothers were newborn babies or fetuses in the womb. There's no no research that shows that low fat look no saturated fat. Lots of hope brings lots of freak. There's no research that shows that is the optimal died and I would opined that India's not the optimal that pregnant women and for developing fetuses shoes stores hammer has been laid down every day. We have these conversations in our house all the time. Our dog probably thinks we're arguing all the time. Oh yes she come up and she'll start going on a tirade in a let go of about a few minutes. I'm like you realize I agree with you. I know all this increase into the choir and also heard this a million five absolutely so where you're going to have did you have a question after salmon after the hammer so so I wanna go from doors wonder woman over here now when you when you when you got pregnant and started going into your first trimester. Did you do any blood work any Detroit to see where your numbers were at yes because we were at the fertility clinic. They basically run all your labs just to make sure because you're always having inject buys open hormones on top of producing my own hormones so <hes> especially because I have hockey motos. They were keeping our on my <hes> t three four T._S._A.. Vitamin D levels is as well so we did get a baseline and everything actually Matias ages even lower than it was <unk> pregnancy but I'm I'm still on my nature Roy but honestly my numbers weren't as good even on medications even before pregnancy as they are now that I'm almost carnivore it's like at my thyroid really likes me to be as low carbs awful which funny because you hear a lot of that you need all the cards then you need to carbon cycle and data that at all actions tell you experience for me myself or cycling does nothing but makes me gloat feel like crap. Bring back the brain again. That's not that's just like veggie car. That's not even super hard like sweet potato traded or something but for me that has always been crazy when I hear people say unique cars because you're our because that's complete opposite of what my body tells me labs and you're not the first person that I've heard save that because that is the normal recommendation from my understanding is that a lot of people will say if you have hypothyroidism you definitely need to carve cycle or eat carbs at some point in what I'm discovering from other people will you know in the community is that the carnivore diet their thriving in in that way of eating versus even a standard or standard even at a traditional ketogenic diet of vegetables. You know everybody has that misconception. That Kito died. Everybody's just standing around eating beg independent and butter but mostly Keno will we are yeah. Don't be more and that's fine. Do I want people are doing you know the majority. Their plate is still you know a lot of above ground vegetables. You know that's that's a good amount of carbs for for most people and a lot of people just aren't thriving with that until they take that out in negotiate more restrict carnivore carver we even saw or I know I did I think he no to benefit of even getting rid of that oils like avocado oil and olive oil which aren't bad but we we find that we do better when we better key and Bacon Grease as Long Beach Allen fat that kind of stuff instead of the more process you know digestible or fruit Alleles yeah <hes> even my antibodies or <unk> they rely two hundred seventy five refunding unjust from uh doing Kito on top of thyroid medicine if brought him down to what with it standing in a very short amount of hiding they didn't quite a while yeah it will be funny. Listen to this new is pregnant or about fake news getting pregnant I think or we have any healthcare providers listening who take care of women who are thinking of getting pregnant. There's a battery test and everyone should yet during the first trimester right and one of those chances of fasting blood sugar and I want till every woman listening in every.

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"allen fat" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

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"allen fat" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

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"allen fat" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"allen fat" Discussed on Critical Role

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