35 Burst results for "American Journal"

SCOTUS Rules the EPA Can No Longer Dictate Environmental Policy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | 3 d ago

SCOTUS Rules the EPA Can No Longer Dictate Environmental Policy

"News is that the Supreme Court has ruled 6 to three. That the EPA has overstepped its authority. The Supreme Court limits the power of the EPA environmental protection association or agency, sorry, and other regulatory agencies. High court says agency overstepped its authority and restricting greenhouse gas emissions in a ruling with ramifications for other regulators. From The Wall Street Journal. The Supreme Court on Thursday that's today curtailed the Environmental Protection Agency's powers to restrict greenhouse gas emissions from power plants in a decision that could limit the authority of government agencies to address major policy questions without congressional approval. The Supreme Court doesn't believe that the government can do whatever it wants without the will of the people as expressed through Congress. That is a radical idea to the left, the left and if you don't understand this, then you don't understand the great battle of the last 100 years.

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Fed Chief Jerome Powell Sounds Out of Touch With Reality

The Trish Regan Show

01:53 min | 3 d ago

Fed Chief Jerome Powell Sounds Out of Touch With Reality

"Anyway, I want to get to what some of our leaders, economic leaders are saying about our economy right now because news today that the things are even worse than we thought for the first quarter. But you wouldn't believe it by listening to the tone of Jerome Powell. So the U.S. economy is actually in pretty strong shape. So if you look back a year, the U.S. economy grew more than 5 and a half percent. It was really the big reopening here. And so we had expected this year to be that growth would moderate to a more sustainable path. We also, of course, are raising interest rates in the aim of that is to slow growth down so that supply will have a chance to catch up. We hope that growth can still remain positive. But so if you look at the strength of the economy, households are in very strong financial shape, they've still got a lot of excess savings from forced saving from. Really? Jerome Powell thinks we're in pretty strong good shape. I mean, I would just point out that the loose GDP figure came in down 1.6% worse than people thought it was in the first quarter. We'll see where the second quarter winds up. You know, they revise and they revise and they revise and by the time all the revisions are done, I do believe that you may see two quarters of negative growth. And a lot of this, we can actually pin right back on Jerome Powell because in my estimation, the Federal Reserve was printing way too much money for way too long and brought a lot of this on themselves. In fact, the economists found blinder had a good piece in today's Wall Street Journal about those of course he was defending the Biden administration saying, not their fault, not their fault. I actually do believe it is in part their fault, plenty of blame to go around here, but he made the point that the fed just was too late. You know, too little too late. This is always the story with the Federal Reserve.

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Washington Examiner Publishes Anti-Trump Editorial

The Dan Bongino Show

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Washington Examiner Publishes Anti-Trump Editorial

"And a hearing where she's not allowed to be cross examined and you immediately along with other journals I go oh this is transformative The Washington examiner had a total meltdown thing Trump isn't this grace No one put their name on it by the way That was a job as a J Caruso special if I've ever seen it by the way Women is crew of it A 100% That's a good outlet They've got good people A user story There's a small group of losers at work over there destroy the whole page I may buy that paper one day I'm serious I may buy that paper one day I'm not even kidding At just fire all the anti Trump lunatics and turn it into an actual newspaper again Like we're not for sale Well we'll see They told Elon I may buy that one day I'm thinking about that My wife's like please no more but enough

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Sanctions are Tough... Especially in Commodity Markets

The Trish Regan Show

01:59 min | 5 d ago

Sanctions are Tough... Especially in Commodity Markets

"Share with you a story that just crossed on The Wall Street Journal, but I just want to share with you the headline that The Wall Street Journal is publishing. And that is oil tanker is stopped by U.S. in transit from Russian port to New Orleans. Apparently a commodity trading firm based out of Switzerland was trading this energy and U.S. authorities now are concerned because it was coming straight into Louisiana. The tanker is owned by a group Greek shipping company, apparently. And it was chartered by a commodity trading firm out of Switzerland. I just want to point out, again, sanctions are tough, right? Especially in commodity markets. Especially in commodity markets, because it's all the same stuff. It's just where you're getting it. Great thing to help illustrate this that we saw just last week. And I talked about this on Friday show. And that was the three tons of gold that had made its way into Swiss refineries from Russia. And it's like, wait a second. Don't we have a deal here? And by the way, Switzerland has always of course been quite legendary for being agnostic when it comes to any political or international foreign affairs type situations because they are just, you know, look, we're just here to transact. And so they've always had that reputation, but what was interesting was because of Ukraine, they came out and said that they were going to honor the sanctions as well. And then we got the news of the gold the other day. And now you look at this and you say, well, wait a second. What's going on? I mean, in this case, it's actually going from Russia to Louisiana. I've told you before. I mean, the biggest problem here and you've seen it throughout history and it's still happening today is that when you've got a commodity that is traded on worldwide exchanges, it becomes hard to trace at some point.

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What Is the Establishment?

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last week

What Is the Establishment?

"Many years ago as I've been doing this for many years now I began to take on what I call the Republican establishment I can remember peace written by an old friend rich Lowry Even asking the question what is the establishment What is meant by that And nobody else really in the talk radio world was doing that They would have these Republican establishment types on their programs and so forth and so on But I went to war with them behind the microphone of course And denounced them And I was an activist In the Tea Party movement I had written liberty and tyranny And the Tea Party delivered the house to the Republicans and almost delivered the Senate And Mitch McConnell was the Republican leader then too and he trashed The Tea Party said they would have won more seats but for these Tea Party extremists who were nominated He had the backing of national review the backing The Wall Street Journal editorial page either backing of Mitch McConnell And a guy by the name he may have heard of him John Boehner The Tea Party Elected enough Republicans where he became Speaker of the House and he immediately turned on the Tea Party Immediately as the guys like king zinger when they got elected from

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UnderSTANDING POLICING REQUIRES LISTENING to the POLICE

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | Last week

UnderSTANDING POLICING REQUIRES LISTENING to the POLICE

"I know what it's like to be faced with life and death. Meaning that you go into a situation and you're saying I am I could die, this could be the end and I'm saying this not to compare your emotions but to say there's something to this policing that if you never done it, you don't understand it. It's easy to say they should have just ran in there and did whatever. I don't know what they were experiencing on the scene. I'm trying to believe that they were acting in good faith and just messed up. Unless we know the truth, we can't say anything different unless you're completely biased against police, which a lot of people have come out and being completely biased. I will never tell you or talk to you and argue with you about bloodborne pathogens. I'm not going to talk to you about virology. I have never spent a second learning about viruses. I can read educated journal about somebody else's perspective, but I've never in my life did any test in the lab. I never done any of that. I'm not going to talk to you about brain surgery. I'm not going to talk to you about heart surgery. I can give an opinion based on the information I get from another person, but no way in the world, and this is another scenario with a plane crash, and you hear Brandon Tatum say, they should have flew the plane like this. I have no experience in aviation.

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Parents Are at War With Society

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last week

Parents Are at War With Society

"What is the latest theory that is out today? Oh yes. They have been told so often that being white is to be scumming that they want to stop being who they are. It's an interesting theory in the great journal called the city journal. I haven't read it yet. I only just came out. But that's what kids are taught. It is impossible to overstate the error parents and making by letting their kids attend a regular school. In most cases. I feel bad. I have warned about this all of my adult life. Parents are at war with society.

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Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | Last week

Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

"Kunal, who is running for governor of Colorado, Heidi, welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie is so good to see you. Thanks for having me on. So I want to talk to you about a couple things about your race, but first I want to try to nationalize this for our audience. You're mentioned in this article in The Wall Street Journal. Why Democrats are funding the GOP fringe about how some of your opponents are actually getting benefit from Democrat super PACS. This is something that is now happening in more and more primary races across the country where Democrats are inserting themselves into our primaries. Tell us about this and tell about how it applies to your race. Yeah, it's been crazy the last few weeks. We've found out that the Democrats are putting about $3 million into our race for governor, our primary race. So they're trying to pick their opponents. And they certainly don't want to run against me. That's very evident as the polling looks great for me going up against one of the wealthiest guys in Colorado who's destroying our state here. And I am a fighter, as you said, I am ready to take it to the map Jared polis and win back our beautiful state, but he wants to keep me from even getting through the primary by dumping millions of dollars into the Democrat governors association and another organization progress now that he helped found a few years ago.

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Only the Foolish Follow Their Hearts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:41 min | Last week

Only the Foolish Follow Their Hearts

"The Angela Merkel piece in The Wall Street Journal? You know one of my mottos in life that helps me understand life, my Friends. One of them is Germany is always wrong. And I say that with deep affection, not only for individual Germans in my life. At a German young man, live at my home for half a year. I just fell in love with. Wonderful special young man. But Germany as a country is based basically always wrong. And fitting into that motto is The Wall Street Journal editorial. Rarely has a foreign policy legacy been discredited as rapidly and thoroughly, as former German Chancellor Angela Merkel's. Remember I said she was a foolish woman, a long time ago, when she led the way in Europe to having a million people from North Africa come in. From the Middle East, actually, Middle East and North Africa. And my heart goes out to a lot of those people. It is always gone out to these people. But you can't be guided by your heart alone, then you then you become definitionally a fool. You have

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Recession Likely for U.S. In 2023

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Recession Likely for U.S. In 2023

"The other big news of the weekend, from the Financial Times, U.S. set for recession next year, economists predict 70% of economists, leading academic economists pulled by the Financial Times. Joe Biden's inflation is going to be followed by Joe Biden's recession. Wall Street Journal reports that sizzling prices complicate the fed's inflation fighting strategy. We had an 8.6 year over year inflation rate. On Friday 8.6%, it's the highest of my adult life. And I consider my adult life since 19 78. When I graduated from college, up until that time, I'm on, if you're on your parents payroll, I mean, don't count summer jobs. If you're in college and they're paying the freight, and you're not on your own, you're on your own when you're on your own. And you know when that is. Sometimes it's 16, sometimes it's 25, and some of you out there are 40 and you're not on your own and that might be for a very good reason. You might have a disability. But in my adult life, which began at 22 when good to see you, you can keep the Dodge dart, have a good life. And I mean my parents love me, but that was it. You got a law school. You pay for it, buddy. And I did. And if you can have that 1974 Dodge dart sport, I don't know if I can get over the rockies. It did, barely. And it was a heck of a car with a racing stripe and everything. But that was my graduation present off I went to California and made my life. And so that's the deal. Highest of my adult life.

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WSJ: The Uncredible Jan. 6 Committee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

WSJ: The Uncredible Jan. 6 Committee

"It was every bit as bad as we thought it would be. The great Kim strassel has a piece over at The Wall Street Journal, called the uncredible January 6th committee. Pretty reasonable question that she asks can Americans trust the findings of a committee whose members began with a preconceived narrative and blackballed any dissenting voices. Pelosi's unprecedented decision to veto minority leader Kevin McCarthy's picks last July in favor of her own handpicked Republican members blew the committee's credibility before it even started. And consider who Pelosi picked. Adam Schiff, the face of the Trump Russia collusion hoax, and secret Ukrainian impeachment proceedings. She says, Maryland's Jamie Raskin knows a little something about objecting to the counting of electoral votes back in January of 2017, he objected to Donald Trump's Florida victory. Pelosi had more than 200 Democrat members to choose from, yet her picks allowed this country to dismiss this biased committee immediately. Didn't have to be this way, she said, each of the decisions that Pelosi and the Democrats made was deliberate, and each was an obvious exercise in self sabotage. Most Americans would like to know more about the events of that horrible, January day. To have a serious national debate and to ensure it never happens again, but this committee is not a credible

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Christine Lagarde Signals End of Eurozone's Negative Rates Era

The Trish Regan Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Christine Lagarde Signals End of Eurozone's Negative Rates Era

"Think that we've got a problem and it's happening again all over the world. The ECB just came out finally. Christine Lagarde and said, we're going to raise rates. They're following in the footsteps of the Federal Reserve. Of course, they're negative rates right now. So they get a ways to go. They're going to raise by 25 basis points. We've been raising by 50 basis points. The other thing is they're not unwinding their balance sheet. We're looking to unwind our gigantic balance sheet at the fed. And so that's a little bit of a difference and so consequently, I think you're going to still see the Ural of suffering some weakness compared to the dollar, which how is that relevant? Perhaps if you're doing a currency trade and you're buying blue chip, European companies, maybe you're able to get them in a little bit of a discount because the dollar is so much stronger than a historically, at least over the last, however many years has been. Quick story. I got married many years ago in 2001. So quite a few years ago, in Italy, we celebrated our honeymoon over there, and I remember the Euro, which was just coming out right at that time. The Euro was trading at a 15% discount to the dollar. So it was great. Like everything was on sale. You know, you'd look at a price and it was 15% off and those days were short lived. As I look at The Wall Street Journal dollar index, you see that, well today anyway, the dollar is training higher, 95.85. Again, this Wall Street Journal dollar index, but you know what's amazing. You think about the Euro right now and Europe's on sale because you're looking at basically a buck 6. Per Euro. So if you look at the Euro over the last year, it's really been challenged. And even with Christine Lagarde coming out and saying, okay, we're prepared. We're going to raise interest rates. At some point in negative territory, it's not enough to convince the market that Europe is going to get out of its inflation trouble. I

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Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

"12 Here is Joe Biden on the Jim O Kimmel show Kimmel on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night saying how we have the fastest growing economy in the world He really needs better advisers whispered in his ear here check this out Look here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world Now that's not a mistake He said the world three times I had a joke Now after that I guess Biden's staff knowing he had screwed up Because as The Wall Street Journal notes U.S. GDP falls 1.4% as economy shrinks for the first time since early in the pandemic The economy is shrinking It's not only not growing it's actually shrinking So I don't know what he's talking about So the Biden team was like how do we take the edge off this This was obviously another Biden ism And someone backstage said I'll bet if we put this thing to a beat we can make kind of a rap song out of it So I'm hearing rumors this may be available on Spotify and iTunes later It's the new Biden song called yes we're lying but we have the fastest growing economy in the world It's going to be a hit You should go on AGT with this check this out Boom Here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world the world the world The world the world the world Yeah baby The world Yeah Yeah that's tight That's tight I could hear Simon Oh let me tell you something so that's a wonderful such a gifted way to get your voice out there And then you got Heidi That was great man We love that You're so talented Then you got Sofia and how we don't want to shake anybody's hand Of course how he's got back the germ before

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World Bank Delivers Grim News on Inflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

World Bank Delivers Grim News on Inflation

"Janet Yellen and World Bank expect elevated inflation to persist. Global growth expected to slow as prices rise increasing risk of stagflation, bank president said treasury secretary Janet Yellen, mister Wall Street Journal, warned that the U.S. is likely to face a prolonged period of elevated inflation. Thank you, Joe Biden. Thank you, Democrats for passing $4 trillion in spending that we did not need last year. Fuel on the Barbie and you got what you wanted. New York Times headlines, slightly different. Yellen defends pandemic spending as inflation persists. Of course, you're going to defend it. But she said I was wrong about inflation, but she can't really say Joe Biden's a bumbling clown and we're in trouble.

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Biden Expected to Make a Decision on Forgiving Student-Loan Debt Soon

The Trish Regan Show

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Expected to Make a Decision on Forgiving Student-Loan Debt Soon

"Anyway, I want to go to this Wall Street Journal headline that they are billing as an exclusive. We've certainly heard a lot of rumblings about Joe Biden making this decision as we get closer to the elections this fall. In this case, the headline is, Biden's student debt decision expected later this summer. Apparently, he's been kind of punting, right? Because he's getting kind of nervous because he's trying to weigh the political consequences. It would be nice if he weighed the economic ones as well. I'm going to get into that. But the political consequences could be actually perhaps unintended, right? I mean, he thinks he's doing a good thing. He's mobilizing the base. He's getting younger people like AOC's crowd and the Bernie Bros, jazzed because they may get forgiven some of their student loans, but but what about everybody else out there, right? What about everybody else? It did things, the right way, the hard way, and maybe worked a few jobs to send their kids to school script and saved everything they could over the years to send their kids to school, and then they actually get nothing here. In fact, if anything, they're on the hook for all those people that kind of you could say sort of abuse the system, right? Not that the system didn't abuse them as well. I'm going to get into that because college costs are way out of control and basically that's been self inflicted from frankly. Government policy that was intended to do one thing and wound up doing

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President Biden Travels to Saudi Arabia

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | Last month

President Biden Travels to Saudi Arabia

"Other our headlines. President Biden is traveling to Saudi Arabia to get big hugs The Crown prince if this was Donald Trump, there would be condemnation following condemnation going back to the murder of the journalist, but it's accepted as a necessity because The Wall Street Journal. Saudi oil boost Yemen tru since stayed for Biden visit to kingdom. We need their 648,000 barrel a day increase in oil because we can't do it ourselves because President Biden shut down the capacity to do so. OPEC agrees to accelerate oil production. And Saudi Arabia's agreement is a crucial part of that to offset the embargo on Russia, which continues its war crimes and its illegal invasion of Ukraine. President

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WSJ: Baby Formula Shortage Worsens, Hitting Low-Income Families Hard

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last month

WSJ: Baby Formula Shortage Worsens, Hitting Low-Income Families Hard

"And so all the talk about Our children and look look what's failed Now the non Harry Truman were the buck never stops at his desk Blames everything on everybody else But here's The Wall Street Journal Baby formula shortage worsens hitting low income families hardest So we're going to Brown out some blackouts shortages of electricity We're going to have shortages of gasoline and oil We're going to have food shortages generally It's coming they tell us And now new data suggests that U.S. baby formula shortage is deepening Particularly hitting states in the south and the southwest Well who cares about that right Northeastern liberals right California liberals who cares about that Nationally 23% of powdered baby formula was out of stock one quarter in the week ended May 22 compared with 21% during the previous week according to the latest figures from market research firm IRI The week first week of January and before the recall of formula produced by Abbott labs 11% of powdered baby firmly was out of stock because of pandemic related supply chain shortages and inflation How many of you have before before this time lived through a supply chain shortage None of us How in the hell can you still blame the virus for this or Putin You can't

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 Company to Las Vegas chapels: No more Elvis-themed weddings

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Company to Las Vegas chapels: No more Elvis-themed weddings

"From chapels of love to heartbreak hotels that may be the fate of some Las Vegas businesses because of a licensing issue Heartbreak hotel runs Elvis has indeed left the building at least at the edifice in question is one of those chapels in Las Vegas that do weddings featuring the likeness of the late rockstar the licensing company that controls Elvis Presley's name and image has declared it a sin for any sin city operator to use elves in its ceremonies The Vegas review journal reports authentic brands group sent cease and desist letters to multiple chapels and they are expected to comply as you might expect those who until now anyway were in the Elvis

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"american journal" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:48 min | 10 months ago

"american journal" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Within the human brain. From the dr- quote. Dry weight of the brain is fat protein. Then it's sprinkling of carbs and minerals is in there as well but protein is also incredibly important. It's conversation it's not that far removed so about eleven percent fat about eight percent protein. I so we don't want him gate protein but fat is so freaking important of the dry weight of the brain is the most important macro nutrient at. Your brain is literally made primarily of fat. If we're talking about macronutrients so how does this all work starts off in the womb and this also is carried out once we are born and breastfeeding mothers milk. It we're talking about the dietary construct. It is so abundant in fat specifically about fifty percent of fat found in human breast milk saturated fat again. We've this is one of those things. It's been vilified that it's so bad for us. Why is the very thing. We know for certain that humans are designed to consume when we are born wise. That thing so bad. If fifty percent is a fifty percent of the fat in mother's milk is saturated fat so for cognitive development of babies and as a matter of fact there was a study that i just came across looking at if not not only just the saturated fat. But getting to this point. Dha and epa in that that construct the amount of dha epa in mother's milk and seeing the direct when when this was a multi country study as well as observational study. But they took into account other factors as well. They did a really good job but they found that mother's milk that that had the highest concentration of epa dha. Their children performed about twenty percent better on cognitive skills test. All right so we're talking about the template for our brains and what is made of now as we move into adulthood just to be clear that doesn't mean at guzzling saturated fat is going to make your brain worked better. Necessarily the gates that allow insects rated fat. Actually start to decrease your but saturated fat is so important. Your brain makes it itself all right so your brain literally can make its own saturated fat when it needs to so getting dot barely. This isn't saturated. Fat is bad but also not saying that this is the primary brain fuel. Because it's a lie it's nuanced. What is a primary brain fuel for. Art from dietary perspective is epa and dha. These are critical. Is one of the most important takeaways from this episode. Today and so research is that they decided to do again another randomized controlled trial. This was published in the american journal. Clinical nutrition to see what is the direct impact of dha and epa. And so what they did was they simply gay folks and increase intake of dha and epa versus a placebo and they found the folks just within a matter of weeks. Consuming dha and epa had a dramatic increase in memory and their reaction time just by including more of these nutrients and so that started already. I'm fascinated by this. So i'm like why what's going on here. Well these essential fatty acids espn epa. These are known as structural fats in the brain. All right so we know about white adipose. Tissue we know about you know visceral fat satanic fat. Those are storage fats. The brain doesn't have storage fats thankfully because during times of famine. If you had stores fasten your brain you you you bring a meeting your brain..

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"american journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:44 min | 10 months ago

"american journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"They're looking at vitamin D The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Talks about vitamin D levels with this study. They say the optimal levels around 85 87, a half which I agree with. I think between 85 100 110. Would probably be good again. I've seen many studies over the years, so there are 14 different studies. And they looked at 5500 deaths 62,500 subjects within the studies. Great great. Information Great database. And they saw that the people that had the lowest levels of vitamin D how to higher rates of mortality and disease. And those that had the highest levels of vitamin D. Had the least amount Of mortality and disease and again. This is one study actually, one of 14 studies within this study. And then if you look at, you know, a million other studies on vitamin D. You'll see similar comments. Vitamin D has more likely more studies on it than almost anything else. In vitamin research. As well. The other vitamins as well, because vitamin D has so many Amazing benefits. Looking at vitamin D, just putting vitamin D in the search engine for Google Scholar. There's 3,590,000 results. So this is a heavily researched vitamin inappropriately so We try to make sure everybody takes vitamin D Certainly getting to level it's arranged between the eighties and 100. Most people come in there in the teens twenties. Even people taking vitamin D Um Don't really get past the forties on their blood test and I've tested everyone that's come in my office for all these years. Cause everybody wants to come in and get the vitamin, You know, Blood panel. That's the first thing that they Talk about Is that they want the big blood test. They want their vitamin levels And of course, it makes sense. You know, realistically. If you're correcting a nutrients, you're doing your exercise. Fine tuning your body a bit. You'll be healthier, Absolutely. And we'll go forward being healthier. And you want to have all the problems that People have when they have a horrible diet. They don't take vitamins and they don't Take care of themselves. So, you know, we all know this. Of course. Let's first go to Ted in Forest Hills. How are you? I get to speak to you again. Uh, yes, sir. Past being out a marker. Where are you feeling? I wanted I want to ask you about try good to ride had the best year. And it says Mine is 2 42, and it should be less than 1 50 should be 70 really? Am I going to die? No. I mean we'll all die someday, but you're probably not gonna dive trackless right that range. Um, it should be in the 70 range. So if you're eating carbohydrates and sugars In your blood they will buy into fats and form a triglyceride. So sugar and fat is triglyceride. If you cut the carbs down And you do some activity. Your body will then burn. More sugar and triglycerides will plummet. It's almost as if they can go up within a day or so and down with him a day or so. Because we've tested people. Excuse me. Pardon? Yeah. What's that? Eight the meals on wheels, which is pretty, you know, nutritious and I give him a donation. Yeah, I don't know exactly what they're what they're bringing to, you know? But you got to get rid of bread, pasta, potatoes, rice. You know, because all the high sugar things you got to keep your triglycerides higher than your cholesterol high. Yeah. Yeah, I shouldn't act actually any rice, vegetables and truth and have cauliflower rice. You can get that at the store at the market Every everywhere has it. And you can put it in a pan..

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"american journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Cetera to help prevent the spread of the virus but looks encouraging that the warmer weather maybe our ticket to escaping are having to hunker down in the sheltered in place if you don't think hormones don't affect your immune system you know it's it's not just they are endocrine system and and moods and strains and things like that but they also affect your respiratory system and listen to this age related lung function decline accelerates with menopause resulting in lung function similar to smoking twenty cigarettes a day that's a pack a day for a decade this was European research published in the American Journal of respiratory and critical care medicine and the findings showed that the long decline and women who are going through and after menopause greater decline than would be expected by normal aging so it was a result of the hormonal change occurring at that time and by the way this was a very comprehensive study because the women were followed for twenty years so they were able to actually measure lung function both before and after they went through menopause which is when the hormones drop precipitously I'm gonna talk your hormone expert in just a few minutes about telling you he'll be sharing ways to prevent that precipitous drop in hormones after menopause for women and of course Andro pause and then the drop in testosterone levels will discuss that in the especially the second half hour half hour of the show some notes on environmental health we recently did a show for a special Earth Day edition here's a that's what I like is go outside and play there's a big sticker or sign that's it that's good advice and the that that maybe that's our health health by the way because if you can wherever you are even if it's out on your porch go outside and play here's another use it up wear it out make it do or do without the others so support your local farmers market yeah because you know farmers are responsible for the food on our tables add a couple more trees are the lungs of the earth so well put and then finally the a fountain not a drain like that for mental health all right let's see we are I think yeah I think do we have our guest on the line David freeze on tells you we have the guests on the line okay let's say I get the David on the line and now let's go to the let's see let's go to matters of sexual health this study makes perfect sense because fats providing their healthy fats are the building blocks of hormones in the body this was regarding the.

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"american journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The American Journal of health behavior Peter king CBS news and it turns out genetics could actually be an influence on soccer players and the long term neurological damage they suffer when they take repeated headers it's coming out today in a brand new study from the Albert Einstein college of medicine over New York researchers there found a gene variant in some soccer players and impacts the brain's ability to heal at for an injury another study found a different variant that's known to increase the risk of late stage Alzheimer's after traumatic brain injury the comes to all players with that gene variant they say verbal memory it was four times worse than players who had the ball more frequently in the future spent on certain for a popular golf course over in Quincy but now the city plans to assume the furnace brook golf club next year WBZ's Krista of crisp on a September the mayor to talk about it as a lease agreement with the city got closer and closer to expiring theorists surfaced on Forbes hill over what might happen to the course which has been in existence since nineteen twenty three I was concerned with the golf would continue up there the room was we gonna sell it off in house lots in all kinds of rumors flying but we committed to maintain it as a golf course and enhance the surrounding areas I see is with some beautiful new lighted tennis courts bocce courts horseshoe courts pickle courts in addition to the golf and he knows exactly how to pay for it all eighty five percent of the revenue from hotel taxes can be used for park open space and recreational purposes so we have a funding source the cherry on top premier coke this is a a two foot from a woman protecting open space into is what I'm going to burden the taxpayer with any improvements we make in Quincy Chris samba WBZ Boston news radio six twenty one the.

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"american journal" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Stop at a food line American Journal spoke about the country's people mourning the you met to food line up before the fourth line that's a really good blocks one and Shippensburg Pennsylvania all right you too young but let me use it use that you'll see the old crazy people have fun celebrate with the American people food lines are actually a good thing the way to I just can't be no one's landed up at food lion they're going to be easy then we could do this all the easy the big enough commercialism I mean maybe I'm wrong maybe I'm out of it maybe the twenty five year old know something I don't know that by and large Americans is at a grocery store by a large as well as sure the big guy if I want to see yeah hi Lauren in order for birdie to win my twenty five year old friends you have to believe that most Americans I think so Castro was in such a bad guy after all very opposed to the authoritarian nature of Cuba but you don't you because it's unfair to simply say everything is bad you know when Fidel Castro came into office you know what he did he had a massive literacy program is that a bad thing even though Fidel Castro did it it also killed like ten thousand people for disagree in a class of their core overcrowding in schools he got rid of a lot of dissidents he brought in people that needed to be educated on how to read that's right right I guess you're right if you're twenty eight years old unless the to be way to go and you put your finger on the pulse of the day should I haven't realized yet that most people in America think yeah Castro killed thousands upon thousands and thousands of people simply for the crime of disagreeing with them but Hey he started a literacy literacy program and you know what we all loved Barbara bush she had one too right what what literacy pro hoses off because she didn't kill enough people he won his his literacy program was basically they teach you how to read the communist manifesto still learning how to read it's very important that you have an educated people head on Jr oh sorry I know you're on the line you go watch godfather tool and see how it all worked out for people the key stuff all the nationals it worked out well apparently if you look at it I think Florida I'm running for president yeah all together I think two or three Democrat house members in Florida authorities today not so much with the Fidel of I just love the way that they can just yes Chaudhry killed ten thousand people for disagreeing with them all first World War do you know that on that succeeded and had success during those years that doesn't work yes I don't want to be many more people were what I want to say Hitler's well the bills for Hitler was the leader well tell me that I don't want to I'm not comparing stolen first of all nobody listed on his B. is gonna have something to compare Fidel Castro with Hitler it's fun all right he comes in the same class of human beings I'm in charge and you live if you tell me how much you Love Me if you don't well Stacey and you might lose your life but he did give us a literacy program if you look at it Cuba was one of the most literate con countries you know small countries in the world before you took over I don't know that it's better or worse now he also let a lot of people out of jail for small crimes put on both his son and to the audit states give him a chance to give them a chance to sort of could swear money you can make it on a raft of fifteen people without any of them buying you can go there could be costly god speed and then this is Anderson Cooper on sixty minutes to do the interview and he'd study actually pins him down because I think Anderson Cooper's Moore the establishment Democrats you realize this could be the I mean there there's frightened as Republicans were when they realized Donald Trump is really good and then Donald Trump one so but but right now they're in that phase so I guess all New York times has an anti Bernie Sanders big article today so the establishment Democrats are reacting with the establishment Republicans did at this point in the cycle what was looking like all my goodness is Donald Trump might actually be able to get the nomination so but Anderson Cooper puts on the spot about how much all these programs are going to cost you have a price tag for all this I mean you know in the end of the price tag is it will be substantially less than letting the current system go I think it's about thirty trillion that's just for Medicare for all what if you have a price tag for all this why don't we try to help you mentioned making public colleges universities tuition free and canceling all student debt that's correct that's what I wanna do we pay for that through a modest tax on Wall Street speculation you said you don't know what the total price is but you know how it's gonna be paid for how do you know it's gonna be paid for if you don't know how much the price of you know I can't rattle off to every nickel and every time so I can't I mean your mother your mother was a billion national your mother was loaded you know what I'm talking about your job to rattle off every nickel and dime all it's my job to make sure that every nickel and dime to get twelve off goes back to the people who belongs to if.

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"american journal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With co Q. ten with vitamin D. it's all in this formula people take it doctor Levin the really notice a difference in their joints in their brain function cardio vascular health will make a fifty plus really delivers so I want to dial into some of these benefits but let's start with joint function you're a chiropractor that's your core specialty when we talk about the role of krill in joint health because it's an eye opener absolutely when people come into my practice and they start utilizing our crew and make a fifty plus with co Q. ten one of the nice thing is that they really get tremendous joint comfort benefits so let's go do some research to illustrate just how effective this is so the American Journal of clinical nutrition folks were separated into a crude oil group and a placebo group and now the folks aren't cruel J. cut some joint comfort benefits that were really outstanding check this out in just one week they were twenty eight percent more comfortable this is from crude oil which is good for you amazing in thirty days there with thirty eight percent more comfortable Jan the research didn't stop there right they also mentioned joint function the measure joint flexibility outstanding results for the folks taking krill and this is the krill oil that's in this Krillin make a fifty plus and I believe that study was three hundred milligrams of krill oil and then we went ahead and we added the five hundred milligrams of krill.

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"american journal" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With co Q. ten with vitamin D. it's all in this formula people take it doctor Levin the really notice a difference in their joints in their brain function cardio vascular health krill mega fifty plus really deliver so I want to dial into some of these benefits but let's start with joint function you're a chiropractor that's your core specialty when we talk about the role of krill in joint health because it's an eye opener absolutely when people come into my practice and they start utilizing our crew and make a fifty plus with coke you ten one of the nice thing is that they really get tremendous joint comfort benefit so let's go do some research to illustrate just how effective this is so the American Journal of clinical nutrition folks were separated into a crude oil group and a placebo group and now the folks aren't cruel Jerry cut some joint comfort benefits that were really outstanding check this out in just one week they were twenty eight percent more comfortable this is from crude oil which is good for you amazing in thirty days there with thirty eight percent more comfortable Jan the research didn't stop there right they also mentioned joint function the measure joint flexibility outstanding results for the folks taking krill and this is the krill oil that in this Krillin make a fifty plus and I believe that study was three hundred milligrams of krill oil and then we went ahead and we added the five hundred milligrams of krill.

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"american journal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Sometimes American Journal spoke about how bad a countries with people lining up that's a good thing other countries people line up for the rich get the food in the post falls do you know how deluded how sick twisted how evil hateful how wrong you are to believe that he thinks that lining up for food has value and that a terrorist isn't the terrorist why would you trust this man to lead a country he doesn't know anything he is a value was person ugly and sick and twisted I want to make some ugly second twisted is ideology what it does to you no my ideology tells me and tells me you should be able to live your life the way you see fit the moment of your happiness and I should be able to get in the way I know by the way the same applies for me I can live my life the way I see fit you can't get in my way I'm not allowed to hurt you but I don't have to like you you can hate what I say you don't get to silence me right that's a good way to live everything I do everything I say is based in part if not in total on this very what's better you wait in line for food or food waits for you go to any supermarket anywhere are you better off with no serial on the shelves are you better off with seventeen different selections and seventeen is because somehow the delivery didn't show up and they don't have the normal twenty six what's better is it better that you wait or is it better that the food is that when you get there nickel today I love the pumpernickel I love a good pumpernickel all right now a vice president pence secretary Mike Pompeii L. and a series of military leaders mark asper is there the fence secretary we're gonna cover as much of it as we can before we go to break a leading the affiliates now in case they want to continue carrying it live they can do so now it seems that the president is soon to come out the only officials there asper the van secondary sector state Mike Pompeii and the vice president asper and pens both flanking the podium and so is to the left of the podium if you're standing behind the podium as for to the right to Mike pence's left is a secular state Mike Pompeii generals and others behind I am they're all standing there at attention there is silence in the room as they wait for the president to arrive again to our affiliates if you're going to take it feel free to switch over to any local feed you have to take that live when we return we will bring it back to you expecting the president to talk about sanctions expecting the president to talk about continuing pressure making his way to the podium right now the president of the United States no plus the room let's take a resident I'm pleased to one for as long as I'm president of the United States Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon good morning I'm pleased to inform you the American people should be extremely grateful and happy no Americans were harmed in last night's attack by the Iranian regime we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world no American or Iraqi lives were lost because of the precautions taken the dispersal of forces and an early warning system that worked very well I salute the incredible skill and courage of America's men and women in uniform for far too long all the way back in nineteen seventy nine to be exact nations have tolerated Iran's destructive and destabilizing behavior in the Middle East and beyond those days are over Iran has been the leading sponsor of terrorism in their pursuit of nuclear weapons threatens the civilized world we will never let that happen last week we took decisive action to stop a ruthless terrorist from threatening American lives at my direction the United States military eliminated the world's top terrorist Qasem Solamente as the head of the cuts force solemn many was personally responsible for some of the absolutely worst atrocities he trained terrorists arms including Hezbollah launching terrorist strikes against civilian targets he field bloody civil wars all across the region he viciously wounded and murdered thousands of US troops including the planting of roadside bombs that maim and dismember their victims Solamente directed the recent attacks on US personnel in Iraq that badly wounded for service members and killed one American and he orchestrated the violent assault on the U. S. embassy in Baghdad in recent days he was hi it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jamie it's me Jimmy this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acappella group Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit.

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"american journal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"American Journal spoke about how bad the country's people lining up that's a good thing all the country's people line up for the rich get the food in the post office today what radicals psychopath things bread lines are good what's better you waiting in line for bread or bread waiting in line for you you won't get any Baker you walk in to any supermarket there's the bread waiting for you what's better it waits for you are you wait for it Brad that's the toilet paper toothpaste baby food name is saying to us and a cell in go on name your thing what's better you wait for Richter it waits for you taxes Arden are regressive taxes are punitive taxation and stuff taxes are punitive and that's the way Michael Bloomberg very proudly wields them he is proud of himself he things of value the things good and worthy and he is in this race and you're gonna start seeing him polling **** de well you are going to see him poll well and you're already start here people something that say something I've said and said last week he's not running against anybody in the democratic primaries running directly against from you won't even see him in the debates you won't even see him in the debates he doesn't need it he'll get in the last debate twenties Gaga of against Biden or or or something that binds stillness right Biden oh my gosh should I play the audio you know what I I don't have it I don't have an option nor a choice we come back when we come back I will play the by Nadia and I just want to say for the record I warned you.

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"american journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The American Journal of geriatric psychiatry they looked at hundreds of people this is what they found they found that people with the lowest vitamin D. level work eleven time eleven times more likely to have low mood and then professor Reynolds beat at the university of Toronto actually did interventional study where he gave about three hundred patients four thousand units of vitamin D. for a year or so and what stood out with their feelings of well being improve their feelings of wanting to live life I think you feel a difference when they start to supplement with the proper level it should take about a month yeah I let me let me get this special offer because of watching the clock here purity has put together fantastic offer you've got the vitamin D. at the recommended dosage the five thousand I use per day you've also ask them to combine it with their make a three fish oils and there's a reason for that I want you to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better plus you're really excited about the fact that you talked them into a pretty good deal yeah when I approached the you know item in the needs again at this special form of vitamin K. the expensive for vitamin K. two it needs the boron and I wanted to beat the patented boron and it needs magnesium and it needs think and we'll talk about why that's important but then I said it also need visual there to work together synergistically and this is what I want you to do I want you to give away a bottle of molecularly distilled ultrapure official I want you to give it away for free and I kinda laughed and they said okay we'll do it then and they asked me why and I said because in a month most people will feel the difference and they'll come back for more you get a bottle of vitamin D. a month's supply of the complete Formula One you can't buy anywhere else end of month supply official we got to lose right right what do you have to lose and the reason the purity agree to do this is because the executives there now themselves have been on this and they themselves know that you'll feel so much better after a month that you'll come back for more one thing I like about their old school they put their money where their mouth is there they do business the way companies used to do business here in this country there's so doggone confident in their product they know after you try it for a month you're gonna come back you're gonna become a repeat customer folks the offer we have.

"american journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Five one six seven nine four zero four zero four. When we talk about heart disease, and plaque. There are many things that can contribute to plaque in the blood vessels. And there is something called soluble, inter cellular adhesion molecule. This is a molecule that makes the blood vessels, or that creates stickiness in the areas where plaque exists. It's the American journal clinical nutrition. The effects of omega three fatty acids supplementation on plasma concentrations of soluble, adhesion, molecules were assessed in this meta analysis a multi facility study. And all the researchers concluded that a mega three supplementation reduced the sil- intracellular Asian mount kill. So this is important. This is what can help to decrease plaque creation. In the lining of your blood vessels. And they say this is affected as a primary or secondary means for preventing the development and the progression of atherosclerosis. So big journal journal clinical nutrition big study. And here's one of the scientific reasons why people should have some fish oil in their diet. One of many reasons. So we have to learn about your body understand what your vitamin and mineral levels are. And correct deficiencies at nutrients to be able to maximize your nutrient density. And get the exercise done. So that you delivering oxygen and flooding into your cells vitamins minerals, hormones. And I can show you thousands of many thousands of patients over thirty one years that have done just that they look at the blood work. They see the information the integrated they changed their diet. If we find out that their food allergic take those foods out, substitute others. We do a lot of dietary changes in supplementation, based upon what the blood test, and what allergy testing shows, and if a person is overweight, a person that has high cholesterol, triglycerides, blood sugar diabetic, etc. Cutting down the carbohydrates switching in different foods can make all the difference in the world..

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"american journal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Points, six points, which is amazing to me. So I'll explain the difference between those two blood pressure figures. The top figure is Sicily. The bottom figure is diet stole Sicily over digestible normally it's maybe one hundred and twenty over eighty or one hundred and ten over seventy mine tends to run about one hundred and twenty over seventy. So it's pretty good for my age. And. The top figure is one heart is actively pushing out blood. That's primary job working as a pump pump blood out eighty times a minute. So does not much time to rest in between those beats eighty times a minute less than a fraction of a second. And. The bottom figure is the diocese. All and that's really important because that's one heart refilling what blood and between beats and it's getting a really tiny tiny tiny rest if that bottom figures elevated, it's very dangerous heart snuck getting rest, it's getting really stressed out. And that's really strongly correlated with stroke risk. So lowering that top thing here by thirteen points, indicates that the blood vessels are opening up more, successfully when heart pumps blood. It's being pumped through the big blood vessels called offers to your brain, and your kidneys, and your organs and your muscles etcetera. And if the blood vessels don't pop open, which takes a lot of energy, by the way. Twelve dilation if they don't pop open that's called resistance. The heart has to sweep the blood through pressure is coming up. So that top figure is showing that the blood vessels are working much better, which is similar to the effects that the beach has on people who are exercising improving. The flow of blood on the muscles. The bottom figure winter when a winner at shows that you lowering the risk of stroke. So this is the beach and blood pressure there. Here's the torch cherry. Here's the torch cherry. That's from Northumbria university. Which is all also in the UK. It's also in England. That's the American journal clinical nutrition. These are men with early stages.

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"american journal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on KOMO

"News rewind when people file for bankruptcy protection in this country. More often than not there's a common denominator medical bills ABC's. Michelle Franson is on our KOMO Newsline. Good morning, Michelle. Good morning. That's according to a new study that's just out in the American journal of public health. It's shows that nearly sixty percent of people who have filed for bankruptcy say that a medical expense very much or somewhat contributed to their bankruptcy. So where does that fall in that it higher than the percentage of anyone who cited home foreclosure or student loans as the reason for filing for bankruptcy. Oftentimes it crosses over, you know, financial brackets. There are people that are either uninsured or they found themselves not covered for expenses if they were going into say emergency rooms or they planned for medical expenses that weren't part of their network are covered. And so we've all been there where we've we've found that insurance statement or the hospital billing, we we can't decipher it. So there's a lot of crossover, and what needs to be streamlined for that that despite all the changes that have gone on in our affordable healthcare over the years. And as the debate continues is America unique in this phenomenon with. Medical bills causing people to file for bankruptcy. According to the study it shows that America is unique in this. And that is because of what I just mentioned about how insurance Bill it how the wide varying degrees of expenses that one hospital to another can can actually, you know, charge a person coming in or charge their insurance company. No one can really decipher what that means. And that it has to be streamlined, Michelle. Thanks for your time this morning ABC's. Michelle Franzen again, you can find this study in the American journal of public health..

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"american journal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Vitamin d was somehow involved, but just recently there have been a number of studies listen to this. But in the American journal of geriatric psychiatry, they looked at hundreds of people. This is what they found. They found that people with the lowest vitamin d level eleven time. Eleven times more likely to have low mood, and then professor Reinhold vs at the university of Toronto actually did an interventional study where he gave about three hundred patients four thousand units of vitamin d for a year, or so and what stood out was their feelings of wellbeing improve their feelings of wanting to live life. So they can feel a difference when they start to supplement with the proper takes about a month. Right. Let me let me get this special offer. Because I'm watching the clock here. Purity has put together fantastic offer. You've got the vitamin d at the recommended dosage the five thousand I use per day. And you've also asked them to combine it with their omega three fish oils. And there's a reason for that. I want you to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better. Plus, you're really excited about the fact that you talked them into a pretty good all you're paying for shipping, and the shipping deals pretty good. Yeah. When I approached curious, I said vitamin d needs. Again, these special form of vitamin k expensive form vitamin k to it needs to boron, and I wanted to beat the patented boron and it needs magnesium, and it needs sink. And we'll talk about why that's important. But then I said it also needs fish oil to work together synergistically, and this is what I want you to do. I want you to give away a bottle of item in a month's supply that sixty capsules in a bottle of the molecular distilled ultra pure Fisher. I want you to give it away for free. And they kind of laughed, and they said, okay, we'll do it then. And they asked me why. And I said because in a month most people will feel the difference and they'll come back for more. But then I said, you know, I don't want any nineteen ninety-five shipping and handling charge. I don't want any fourteen ninety five shipping and handling charge. I don't want even a nine ninety five shipping and handling..

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"american journal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Health, show dot com. Dr Ken krone houses here with me from lake cardiology. I'm Doug Stephan next person next item on the list of things that have been screened by Dr Ken from the journals a survey about using virtual doctor or having virtual doctor visits for the benefit of the audience. That doesn't know what that means. That means you go to your doctor on Skype or something like that. How's he going to check your prostate of euro months? That'll be I I wanna see how that works. State exam on Skype in never know where the feature will go, but based on the technology, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Hold on his say, you're telling me that you can envision having a prostate exam on a Skype screen. I don't want to close any doors I virtually with robots and are they gonna use? Yeah. I, you know, I did you think when you were a kid that you would be talking on your phone on your with your watch to and seeing people like dick, Tracy. Yes. Because dick Tracy was kid. Right. Thank you. Watch. You would have one in your lifetime. I don't have one. But I gave one to somebody. It's easy. It's no big deal. And so I don't close any doors anything's possible. But but based on the technology, we have currently I think this is a huge growth area in medicine, and this is going to there is a shortage of physicians right now in primary care, people and specialists and all of the above, and this is going to I think take up some of that slack. And in fact, this was a study done at one of the Harvard hospitals, Massachusetts General Hospital, and they often are a leader in medicine and innovation so and they've really like it. This is published this week in the American journal of managed care..

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"american journal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Vitamin senior system blood pressure comes down. Here's another study. According to the American journal of epidemiology people that had more vitamin C in their diets had greater lung volume and they measure lung volume. Um by milliliters. And so those who increase their vitamin C every day had an increase of twenty two milliliters. Now that's a lot especially if you're an asthmatic a smoker, if you're someone that has allergies when you get the lung volume up, you get more oxygen your system more energy. That's just from vitamin C. Wow. Now earlier you you talked about the connection between vitamin C and weight loss. How does that work? Well, this is the kind of groundbreaking research on vitamin C and weight loss. But what happens is vitamin c is a natural appetite suppressant, and it also increases your metabolism, and your energy your energy goes up. Yeah. You start feeling better. You can go out and take a walk. Let's burn some of it off. So you've created the super c twenty two formula. It's a powder. Right. You mix it into a great tasting beverage and folks, you'll love the taste of this. Now when you take your super c twenty two formulas is it something you can feel working. I mean, wh what can it do? Well, the first sign of health is more energy. You're going to have more energy more mental clarity. You're going to have less pain in your body. Your cholesterol is going to go down, your triglycerides will go down the HDL cholesterol. The good ones gonna go up blood pressure starts to go down. You'll have less joint pain. Well, here I've got one of my clients is he's from Oregon. He wrote me on this letter and says, Dr Pinkus, he says I've been on your super c for several days now. And he says one of the first thing that happened for him is he sleeping a lot better now, and he said he used to drag himself out of bed now is waking up he says, quote, bright eyed and bushy tailed. The other thing that he wrote he said, I'm breathing much better. Now, he says I used to get winded climbing the stairs at work, especially now, always brilliant better. And he's he's out walking. He's taking time with his kids. It's a life changer. Chris. Yeah. Super c twenty two is a life changer. I want to let you listeners know that if you want to get a free book about vitamin C N try Dr Pinkus' is super.

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"american journal" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"american journal" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Medicine. A very happy new year to neighbor to celebrate New Year's and Yom Kippur during the high holy days. Our number eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five we'll be taking some of your phone calls relatives have some interesting stories queued up for you. A suggestion that maybe if you wanna have a seen child that maybe you should put an ice pack in your shorts. I kid you not the study will blow your mind when I share with you. But I. Let's talk about some of the stories in this week's American journal of clinical nutrition. There's some goodies one is a study that looks at either a low carbohydrate high protein diets war. The use of omega three supplements for both together. Versus type two diabetes. And there's been a lot of buzz about low carb diets Lucar diets kill you very misleading headlines. And so let's dispel some of them in the study. The people a low carb diet for they fish oil for the Maluku diet, plus fish oil. They compared to diabetic sue. Were control group. They weren't on the low carb diet. Here's what they found. Both the low carb diet and the fish oil official alone without any dietary change improved markers of sugar metabolism such as hemoglobin ANC and fasting glucose, but when they were used together as a one two punch. Hello, carbohydrate diet, plus fish oil. The results were even better. And the suggestion here is that follow that low carb diet. Take some fish oil along with it for your diabetes. And yet another study. In the self-same American journal clinical nutrition effects of low carb BRUCE'S, low fat diet. Type two diabetes. And here's what they found. The low fat diets. Was trumped. If you'll excuse the expression by the low carb diet in this study it oh, by the way, you look to the details of the study. And this wasn't much of a low carb diet. It was dietary carbohydrate restriction. To a maximum of forty percent. That's not really a very very stringent, low, carb diet, imagine. The results would have been if they'd gone very slow carb diet as we sometimes put our patients with type two diabetes. Our societies our success without approach is remarkable. And yes, we throw in some fish oil. And this study about the benefits of breastfeeding breastfeeding controversial in terms of the benefits. Some people say reduces allergies of people say that it improves the IQ kids. Studies come and go supporting for disputing those contentions. But here's one. It says that breastfeeding for up to twelve months. Was associated with what's.

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