17 Burst results for "Andrew Jans"

"andrew jans" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

03:40 min | Last month

"andrew jans" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"You ask the question are tomboys born or made, and I'm wondering what you've come up with the answer for that. Answer is both. The answer is. There is some research that shows some kind of link sometimes between testosterone and other Andhra Jains, which we think of as male hormones. But of course, we all have estrogens and Andrew Jans. We all have quote unquote male and female hormone circulating in different amounts that do a lot of things besides helping with secondary sex characteristics. We all have these hormones they do lots of things and some times. There's a little bit of a correlation. Amount of testosterone perhaps like spatial relations are interested in sports. You can find that science. I'm Ben. You can find that say like maybe some of these girls who like the staff have slightly different hormones than typical girl's let's say. but you could take a lot of holes in that research and there's even more research really good research showing that when you really really work at providing children with counter stereotypical models and images that they can not fall into the trap of gender stereotypes. So if you show kids. Pictures of little boys playing with my little pony in and saying I love my little pony. Young children will think that my little pony is a boy's toy. So you you can really affect. WEHR choices by working against the messages and so you can sort of quote unquote like make your kid do a certain extent. You can make your kid at least still open to trying things whether you can make your kid into a person who has certain interests or abilities I mean I wish. I. Knew that part of parenting so much better at this. On. But certainly It's a combination of are these kids facilitated in their interests are they supported? And do they have access? Do they have counter stereotypical messages and yeah they have some kind of innate desire to be that way probably that to talk to us a little bit about pronouns because that's been such a hot topic in the last few years with people. Now signing their name with a Pronoun do you think that we should encourage children or or even ourselves friends whatever to use a certain pronouns to describe ourselves just the one that were born wet. So she her for me or should we encourage everybody come up their own and see what they identify with? That's a great question and I, sort of want to plead the fifth on it but. I'm very interested in the different camps on this and so in the book I interviewed a woman who is raising her child with them pronouns. And the child has a sex marked on the birth certificate but almost nobody knows what that sex is..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

03:57 min | Last month

"andrew jans" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"Action Fax Machines is conceiving, and I also think based on those results that would allow them to explore what their options are to build a family either. Now in the future they may consider trying now they have. Even consider using donor slur. Day could consider freezing eggs. They may consider freezing embryos with a partner or began on her. So, there's a lot of options out there to get rolling mortgages, get the information and the education so they can make an informed decision. It's important that women and the partners are informed and educated about fertility early, even before they want to conceive because there are several factors that may lead to infertility these include medical disorders, one of which is polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or P.. O. S. AS DR role. Explains. So. Houses to coherence in drum commonly known as P. C. O.. S. is a hormonal disorder in women that leads to infrequent or irregular ovulation, and as a result, these women irregular menstrual cycles. So the diagnosis s actually requires two out of three of the following criteria. Holly cystic ovaries on ultrasound. So that means that they have many many tiny little follicles fluid sacs in their reason often looks a little bit like Pearl Necklace on ultrasound. They have what we call all ago ovulation, which is infrequent irregular ovulation and may have clinical or blood work at of high. Andrew Jans. So clinically, this may be acne or increased hair growth throughout the body and in terms of blood work they may. Have High Testosterone or D. H. E. A. S. or other injuries in the black, and this disorder affects about five to ten percent of reproductive age woman. The reason it's such a big deal for fertility is because it leads to infrequent ovulation. So this hormonal disorder causes women not obviate regularly extinct about it. If a woman isn't ovulating and releasing an regularly, there is no egg to make sperm and help her get pregnant. Other disorders that can affect female fertility are often grouped into three categories. Ovarian Causes Philippine Tuba causes or uterine causes. For the ovarian causes category delayed fertility or infertility may occur if there is ovarian dysfunction or diminished ovarian reserve of eggs, this can be related to advanced age family history of early menopause drugs such as chemotherapy or genetic conditions to which are fragile x Syndrome or Turner Syndrome. Fragile XM can occur in males and females and occurs when there are changes in the FM. Are One gene that prevent a protein involved in creating connections between cells from being produced and often manifest with developmental or social delay. tertre syndrome only affects females and results when one of the x chromosomes is missing or partially missing. It can manifest in a variety of ways including short stature, cardiac defects, and importantly failure ovarian development for the tubal causes category infertility due to infections such as pelvic inflammatory disease or sexually transmitted infections as well as endometriosis. And only trio says is relatively common affecting approximately seven to percent of women in Canada it is a painful disorder which tissue similar to the tissue that lines your uterus the enemy tram actually grows outside of the uterus on over as bowel and tissues lining your pelvis. Finally. Uterine or causes a female infertility can include structural abnormalities in the uterus. Polyps, or adhesions. It is important to remember that there are disorders that commonly affect male fertility as well. They can be categorized as pre testicular to stick your or Pasta stickler..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

14:54 min | 8 months ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Yeah now yeah. It was really bad like the. We never talked about it. I went and did Steve Harvey and then I came back the next day and it was scheduled for like to talk about about nine forty which is a really crappy slot. Obviously and then we didn't even talk about it and I remember my dad texting me being like two weeks. Get Out of there. Like they're we're doing dumb things like taking my picture off the walls and stuff like and it's funny because if they if if that environment Hatton been that way I would have still been working there and we all would've had a TV show but you know and that. That's the lesson to like. I understand jealousy is a natural feeling and I've admitted to my listeners. In this business I get jealous and I struggled like I'm like don't that's not being a Christian. We happy for your friend you know it. I'm like Oh i. It's hard for this deadline article. You know a now I feel like I'm much better with it and I'm I wonder if those does co hosts and your bosses and stuff ever look back in there like that was really fucking lame way to be because we really cut off our nose. Better face yeah yeah. I'm not sure I think. Also though part of it was that the the male influence there. I mean my job on the radio show was mostly just I made self deprecating jokes folks and told stories about being fat and all that kind of stuff so I think dispense despite the fact that I you know that job like wanted to use me for what they could to see me actually become successful for something that they truly do not respect me for that. They truly Rulli. He gets disgusting that they truly You know hate me being fat to see me be successful in part because of that was it's just I think really difficult for them and they couldn't they couldn't take it and whatever so whatever Boyne is I knew that that wasn't going to. I didn't know what coming. That's what I want to spend my life doing so I e mail and I just responded like okay okay shore so in a couple of months they flew me Out to La to meet with a production company. So I'm lucky because most reality shows a production company finds you and you fell the show and then they pitch it and I'd have lots of production companies emailing most of these were ideas about like dating shows and just the stuff I didn't want to be involved in so this was a little bit unique. In the fact that a network found me and then Found the production company so I felt more competent about up at because the network was already interested so they flew to L. A.. And I met with production company. Called Pilgrim. WHO has Produced my show for all seven seasons and I like them. They like me I keep hall. We shot a seven minutes sizzle reel which is very short shorts. You know look into whatever my all my life was at the time and there are a lot of possibilities I mean they could have said. We're not interested. Percents are shoot it again or shoot at this way or we'll take a one episode. We'll do a pilot but it came back in today to order the whole season so it's just been really everything was green lights. It was really wild. And then that following January I My season one premiered so amazing mazing and so my me no is that. Wait with Henchi. Everyone onto ask how she was doing. So she's it's your in your boy. He's doing well okay. Well he's stunning. I have a cat so so one one of the things that that you also have. Is this disease the initials R S. And it's an ovarian issue sir. Can you explain it a little bit. Yeah it's called Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. Ironically politik means many cysts. But you don't even actually have to have have the cysts to be diagnosed with it. I do have says I've got about thirty sunny jewelry But it is an into crying and hormonal disorder. It's so much of it. It's not well understood. So even with the diagnosis process. They look if you have three or more symptoms of it and there's nothing else that can explain it. Then you'll be diagnosed with P. C. O. S. so There's not a lot of awareness Brought to it I I have all the symptoms which include infertility will actually. I've never tried to get pregnant. But of course I only had about ten periods in my whole life Tilleke There's insulin resistance. which not all women house women who are overweight with PCs? It is because because of insulin resistance. Which I've had since two thousand five that of course in term can lead to diabetes and heart disease and stroke so yes along with infertility insulin resistance? There's also acne hair loss. There's a big imbalanced hormones so people with P. C. O. S.. I have too much testosterone. Too much too many Andrew Jans which can cause hair growth on the face the body and hair loss on the head. It's a really typical thing especially for women because a lot of the things that we associate with an entity fertility hair. figure the all those kinds of things. PCS can manipulate and change about your body. So there's no cure for it. You can try to manage the symptoms and oh you know everybody is different but yeah it really talks cure. Say They can't remove the SYS- no well on the sister and actually the issue like I said you can actually have syndrome without having assists for me. My sister aren't painful or anything they're just there. You can see them on an ultrasound and you know it's no big deal really. There is nothing you can do outside of taking medication to lower your insulin guy exercise you know kind of self care things. There's there's nothing else to be done about it because you had a very rapid weight gain when you were not aware of your illness. which is one of the reasons is as you saw the doctor so from what I've seen it seems like you've kind of just maintained this this size for a while? Is that what the goal is that what you're doing is that good and healthy just to accept and be this or or do you have doctor saying that you have to try to lose weight even even though you have this disease. That's kind of hindering. It right What should I say decides? I gained about one hundred fifty pounds and continue to to gain until I was about two hundred eighty pounds Then I was like five years and then moved to Korea and when I came home. That's what I'm saying since the show. I feel like as the viewer from what I well since the show. Yeah well I've lost fifty pounds. Actually congrats so which actually. I don't don't think that's something that to be congratulated for it. All but just found that out in the premiere episode for me in terms of hell. It's a holistic realistic picture. So I'm not concerned about what the number on the scale says. I'm concerned about things like my blood. Sugar I'm concerned about how much I can exercise. I'm concerned about if I sleep. Well I'm concerned about if I take my medicine so all of those things are important to me if those things those healthy behaviors result in a way lost spine if they don't that's fine I have an eating disorder history. I even lost one hundred pounds right when I came back from Korea in in two thousand eleven and I lost a hundred pounds and I was extremely unhealthy. I lost it in eight months I had an eating disorder. Anyone from the outside would have been like. Wow she lost one hundred pounds really quick like she's really healthy In fact I was incredibly unhealthy. What what was what were you doing to lose that sharp starving starving mostly? I exercised about fifteen hours a week. A very little and then when I did eat I would just throw up everything that I ate that was wrong and even before that in in my life I would go on diets where I would have a certain you know calorie intake in so I would think okay like okay. I can drink Dr Pepper and just not eat dinner. And if I really wanted that doctor Dr Pepper like that's not healthy. I lost weight because because my calorie intake was so low. But that's not healthy so I think the idea. That weight is so tied to help is Bullshit mm-hmm and it's just not something that I'm really interested in track it occasionally and like I said I lost fifty pounds and didn't realize it but it's not something that is a prominent factor to be and if I feel healthier not right well I think that's great. Let's let's get to your seat. Let's get into your juicy life so you have these great parents that are featured on the show. Glennon Glennon BABS. Some of the questions for my listeners does does your mom Bab still wear a pantyhose to the pool. You you know I don't know actually but I'm GONNA go ahead and say that ninety nine percent I think if we went to school she would wear pantyhose again. We have not been back to the pool but yeah that's the type of thing that would still do for sure. That's something like my mom with due to my mom's in Hamburg but like very much about like was just not like jumping in the pool. Having a blast like just to be like so so now you had this buddy buddy who's been one of the regular people on the show. He started to show you guys were platonic friends right right and then it came romance and just tell a little bit about people want to know as much as you can share without spoiling the season. Where are you guys? What happened is the fiancee at all uncomfortable or jealous right? Well actually before we started shooting my big fat fabulous life but he and I had like slept together one time back in two thousand thirteen. So that's that's the the history well with with let just like a drunken night. What was was it? Yeah we were a little drunk. But I was like re either huge crush on him. I was really into him and then we got really close as friends friends and it just. We've always been friendly but we've always been kind of flirting. It's funny like we really don't feel like we flirt with each other but then we see as like on TV and we're like Oh let like it really does but we really don't believe that we do until we see it so yeah I think everyone you know like really likes me buddy eight together and we have a great chemistry and he just came over here last weekend like spent the night and hung out in the guest room and Hamilton joke. We were doing like an instagram. Live and I made a joke like yeah chase. Does you hear that. I was like wait. Actually he does it but I'm GonNa tell them he doesn't care. I mean he did in the beginning and I think I'm not sure what's coming up on on the episode tonight but I've seen the previews like you can see chase kind of like I'd say confronting but it's that sounds a little dramatic I think but kind of confronting buddy because he believes that I have kind of a co dependent relationship which I can see from his perspective but when Buddy got clean and sober I took a lot of responsibility for him and really want to always kind of protect him and and even though I know that's not completely my job. I am just very protective over buddy and chase like it was hard for him in the beginning. especially 'cause chase lives in Wilmington. I Live live in Charlotte. So we're not even together so there are plenty of opportunities where buddy together Jason's not here and that would kind of weird for him and and we did have a fight. Actually we didn't have our first fight over eight. Now that I'm remembering and I think I think that is I have no idea when that will be but I did see a part in a preview so yeah but they're good now and you know I'm engaged. They're good and where. Where does heather standing all this? That was buddies Ex girlfriend right or girlfriend. Yeah yeah well. She's been my best friend since I was eighteen. Which I have a light problem with the fact that buddies ex-girlfriends instead of like Whitney's best friend annoys me but anyway yeah we've been friends for twenty years? That got really weird. I think she's trying to act like she didn't really care if something happened between us but then when she felt like last season I'm trying to think in real life when this was and I can't in my time frames. I cannot understand when this actually was but it aired last buddy I kiss and she got really weird about that and I we see fan saying saying well Whitney and buddy where together furs and it's like we were like you know. We slept together. I but we didn't have a relationship buddy and heather had. Hey Long I think it was three year like relationships so Yeah she got about that and so that was the end of that and nothing ever happened with me. Buddy not ever again are so heather still going to be featured in show this season still. Yes okay yeah absolutely yeah she just put the put the Kabosh on. Yeah we didn't do that again. And so how did you meet your fiance. So I actually met him. So in the premier You saw kind of the first time or one of the first times alone together. I'm actually met him on New Year's Eve of last year and we weren't shooting at that time time so there were no cameras around. But I go out for New Year's Eve Party with my business partner Ryan who is chase's friend and chase was there and I thought he was like it's funny because I thought he was really cool. Really cute and I had said to Ryan Before I got to the apartment I said like is he single and I don't think he'd want to date him and I was like but I thought it was really cool really cute and we went to this New Year's Eve party and Ryan dates kept introducing chased ace to all of her single friends. All of her like skinny single friends and.

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"andrew jans" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

11:03 min | 9 months ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Just and so and then I realized the fourth pillar was mindset. And if you coach which with me. You're going to hear me. Talk about spirituality. Lot and you're GonNa hear me talk about. I don't try to tell them. You should believe in this or that but if they are you know belong to a church I really encourage them to jump into it in a mess. They look at me and I think has anything to do with business as everything. Because they're all tied together said Pitcher at his his barstool four or legs legs when one gets off. You filled a little bit. You're like a little wobbly to gets off. You're playing this dance trying to sit on it and three falls off you're done if you've fallen for and so so We built it around that and realizing that. That's what's going to a can't be just about putting someone on a diet it's gotta be much deeper than that. It's it's so much deeper because what what you learn through fitness helps you evolve as a human being if you view it as an opportunity is at its so much growth. That happens when you're pushing yourself the limits. You didn't think you could and Mike Clients and start to do some spiritual practices whether that's meditation journaling. Prayer Church attendance. Whatever it is their results are better? Could you start living in alignment with your truest self. And so that was just in the last year that kind of created the four pillars before was just like. Yeah we can help you get super shredded and I realized that's not what I WANNA. I do sure we can do that with clients. That's their main goal but not not many and so part of me sharing my story so much as understanding people but the background behind key nutrition. It's not just Mike. I'm like wow the guru say that mindset in having a spiritual connection is really good for you. I'm seeing it like in my own life. I've lived in. I know that it's it's the cornerstone on that kind of makes everything happen. In Jesse worked together so we were constantly evolving and changing and I got ten coaches to work for me and trying to show up as a leader for them is is highly dependent on how I'm doing my own personal growth in my life when I slack on that leadership slacks than they sought. Then there's discontentment in the workplace so it so so I realized I have even more responsibility today to make sure. I'm keeping up on my end of the bargain when nobody's looking through personal development or spiritual growth so I it can show up better for them. Yes so let's Let's dive deeper into that. Because I think that's you know we can maybe find some real kind of actionable. Stop here like like. What are some non negotiable? That Brad has in his day or or in his week. That helped prepare him to show up as later to show up as as coach are you. Are you a person of morning routine. I'm very big on having more entertainer like two hours dedicated myself every single morning. So so what. Are those negotiable in your life. That make sure that your setup to show up who you need to be for your team for your clients you're for your family Morning or team for one hundred percent of non negotiable for me I do it. That was one of the things I was told early on getting sober. That was extremely greenlee. Important and for whatever reason that resonated with me of the other things did not I was suggested to not date may be for a year to try to get an dated two girls not at the same time but back to back but that one I was like that makes sense to me. I have to start my day of when your morning when your day all these Kinda cliche things but it resonated. That is a non negotiable for me It's even caused fights it's with with people I've I've dated in the past where they come down and a kitchen and I'm trying to talk to me. I'm like Woof You get getaway so I need to do this and so I've tried to be flexible within it lately but it is one hundred percent something I do every day and that part of that is journaling. I read daily devotional thing and and Journal I'll do some meditation which is not. I don't Sit Indian style with a rock and a I just it's my picture on your website. I'm looking at you. Sit Out and we have to get off off of them embarrassed by it. I'm like I'm like I'm like I hadn't talked to yeah we had just been connected through Through social and I'm like this dude is not meditate in the middle of the gym. I was like come on. That's why I'm embarrassed by the anytime. Someone takes like especially seen instagram posts. And they set their phone up and take a picture that meditating on Mike. We all know. You weren't meditating 'cause you went and got the pitcher like exactly. Yeah but but Yeah it's a huge part of my That's it's an absolute non negotiable for me is doing that because I've seen the repercussions when I don't do it from buying for a day or two the third day little little irritable and discontent the fourth day. I'm Kinda snapping on people that I I actually to be honest. I don't think I've only four days like twice usually. It's every single morning. There's an occasional morning. I'm that creeps. In where if got blindsided and I scheduled the call at the wrong time. But I'll do it later so maybe it's not a morning team but I do my routine at some point during the day and and but I I try to make it. I mean the morning that is absolutely not I think it is crucial in success. And I believe if you win your morning you can have a better chance of winning your day. Yeah I think they'll come up and wins very subjective to you but yeah I can on a percent I mean outside of that like that is one hundred percent of non-negotiable other outside of that it's That is definitely the strongest one. Good Question Yeah. No screen just just circling back to to what I was sharing previous about the unbroken brain. It's like I putting these little routines and habits place early especially for somebody. If you're out there and you're you're you're trying to get out of a dark place. You're going through recovery like instilling stealing a routine where you are doing things every single day. non-negotiable GonNa you know over time like those are going to become so simple that you're not gonNa have to work to do them but it's going to be able to add on habits like I don't think it's important to start with like a two hour morning routine like just start with one or two things that you say do every single day whether it's no fire two minutes one on one of our One of our episodes you talk about Just doing one push up committing to doing like if you're trying to get started on fitness and you're not doing anything right now. Don't commit to doing a hundred pushups chips every morning or even ten. Just commit to doing one because you know you can do one in the chances up once you're down there and you're doing the one you're GonNa do a few more over time that's going to grow and evolve in just continue. Continue to add on so one hundred percent. I think it's really important point. You make because I started really small eyewear three intentions for the day. And they prayed it took took me all of two minutes That was my first introduction to a solid morning routine. Yeah and once I nailed that down and I started to feel like Oh this is good. I used a little bit of writing and so not only might like it just grew involved. You know and I have to say this that I've hit points where I was doing to our morning routines and it was probably the best I fell and I've stacked a little bit too much on my plate relies on. I'm realizing that going into twenty twenty. And so we digress a little but he unit my morning routine now is probably twenty minutes it. It was up to two hours. I put too much on my plate. I'm noticing it really was helping me a lot but I'm still doing it so I still feel. It's just an. I'm going to ramp that. Backup up in prioritize it a little more so important messages. It's not about perfection it's about consistency and sometimes it looks a lot better sometimes is better. Maybe maybe more You know detail than in you know and longer and doing it in so I will try to make that point to that. There's ebbs and flows with all of this season since we all know. We all have seasons like you and I mean we have you know we're previous bodybuilders. So there were times in our lives where you know. I'm sure it was two a day in the gym you know morning Cardio and evening workout or vice versa whereas now we can probably maintain a you know decent Zeke to what we would have maybe during an offseason with maybe four to four to five days of training thirty forty-five forty five minutes A week but if we ever wanted to dial that back in like yeah we have to recommit Two more frequency and you know like more volume or intensity etc etc.. So yeah I I think it's just understanding where your seasons are in phase of of your life you're currently and let that kind of dictate where you're GonNa go and I'm sure you share that kind of stuff with your your clients like coming coming on a new client. It's like we're just getting started. This is a this is gonna be a transformation so for these first three months like I need your full commitment to this and once we get you to a to to a nice little point like then you can kind of look at maybe adding in you know a night out where you're getting some you know some better you know treats or whatever however however that's coach but yeah I think it's it's important to like not go all in and understand like like this is going to ebb and is GonNa flow and change you know throughout my life so so awesome awesome point there Yes I mean Like I said just just incredibly blessed to have you here today Raton. I think we got a lot out of out of your story and I want to be courteous of everybody's time China's we're kind of wrapping this up so just kind of a few no final pleasant as we as we come to a close here No so your your fitness now. I know you're not not bodybuilding ability anymore. You're not training. What is your current routine like and and where fitness kind of fit into your life absolutely For something Adam. y'All man appreciate your time as well In as far as where my fitness looks like an act which was just Writing out a post To to make later today about this like the five reasons. I go to the gym and Mike. My fitness book a a lot. Different in one of those five is aesthetic still and I think anyone who says they don't WanNa look better just by his is the truth right but Man For me so I'm still working out five for six days a week You know and before was about four or five but lately it's been a little more and You know I'm going through some personal stuff. That's there's there's some changes happening. There's some things happening And for me I ramped it up to six now because anything with my body. It's because it's really. It's such a good mental release for me and so but I would say out of those six five to six days a week probably three or pretty intense. I'm thirty five now. I'm not twenty five anymore You know I'm not on a bunch of the Andrew Jans like I was in my twenties so I try to understand the delicate balance between you know pushing myself and not going to hard I I really care more about how I feel today the so now I look and soy over train but on an. IM super consistently like all the time. I allow myself Some flexibility I I track my own micros and Not obsessively tracked them. Especially when I make some changes. I'm pretty dialed in. But to be honest because they do this for a living I feel a huge responsibility to make sure I'm walking the walk and it's not about having to be perfect or like. Oh my gosh. What if I went like it's not about that? I can go often. I could probably eat like crap for a week and not notice a huge change in my body right away. But I don't like how I feel and I feel like I'm kind of the pot calling the kettle black so I feel responsibility. I he probably I mean I still really good all the time. And but that's because that's what I do for a living and coach people on food and fitness and I feel like man. I don't WanNA invest my money with a broke financial advisor right exactly. Yeah I battle with a pasta imposter syndrome. Quite a bit as a been a coach for for a handful of years. It's like a lot. What I talked about was yeah building muscle using using your physique to catapult you to a greater version of yourself like this message Edmund Sharon for a really long time and here I am like I'm hiding hiding this deep dark secret of something doing kind of on my own time so definitely understand like a like the feeling of the impostor imposter syndrome Yemen?.

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"andrew jans" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"It so that you do not make the most viable viable egg possible we cannot at this point saying birth control causes infertility. We don't have causation enough data for causation however by by this mechanism it may impact your facility especially if you are delaying fertility and saying okay. I'm gonna come off the pill thirty eight and that's what i want to get pregnant. Well your cocoa cokie. Attend production is down if you've been taking antibiotics if you're exposed to life is like what have you been doing to your mitochondria and there's this other question that i raised which is not we we know that birth control is actually toxic to our gut bugs and anything that is toxic to the microbiome can be toxic to these little girls also called mitochondria that actually evolved from there so there's a lot of mechanisms it play that i just don't think researchers have been asking the right question and so many people shutdown and want to say we've already solved this. Shut it down like don't ask any questions. That's anti woman anti woman anti science is not asking the questions not on staying curious and not being humble. I'm sorry here i'll just say i think i've said this before. The pill is anti woman to be really straightforward. If you love the woman in your life and she's on the pill she's at greater risk for huge numbers of diseases and things is that suck the quality of life in alter her ability to perceive reality around her as in the cool factor the day so i would say it's up to you as as a friend of something like this or a mate of of someone on the bill. It's like look. I care about you. I will do my part in not having a baby so that you can have have the full experience of your health and so when someone says that if you're opposed to the pill for health reasons that you're posted women that's just industry market. There's no other there's there's no other word for that like the pill in fact we'll say birth control not even the pill but but readily accessible birth control has raised the income of women by about thirty percents developed countries. It's really a good thing to have control of reproduction but the pill is not the same as control of reproduction and when people can fight those does is because they've been influenced by industry propaganda from birth control companies and you know. I'm not a conspiracy theories there but i understand marketing. I'm pretty good at it and and you can see what's going on here so do not just if you're listening to this and you're you're stuck in that that loop that was planted by someone trying to sell you hormones uh-huh you might pay attention yeah all right. I'll get off my soapbox. Talk about no but like it's great because i talk about this in my reversing metabolic mayhem chapter are in which a drug was introduced new on and just to be clear. Everybody these are drugs. These are medical interventions. Even though they're passed out like candy i would actually argue your doctors more cautious with sugar these days than they are controlled or bad now. It's so true though so with this them there was a new progestin justin derived from andrew jans spare anum is what it's called and it came out in yeah is it's you'll still find it yazmin acela and they knew it had a potassium sparing effect act and this was bare and they marketed. They actually did tv commercials where they were like. This is all these benefits and is this wonderful thing in the f._d._a. Got all upon them and was like wait a minute like they're actually like this is not a good thing because women at higher risk of stroke and heart attack so if you're women with polycystic ovarian syndrome like you needed listening because you're already at higher risk for those things and in addition to that you like bayer was saying this will fix your p._m._s..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Agent returns for a third installment charged with the attempted murder of the president of the United States Gerard Butler in Morgan Freeman a headline angel has fallen and that's your August box office preview I'm K. M. J.'s bad I'll stop at the movies solar the right way check them out at Arcadia energy dot green it's still early but the race for Fresno mayor is heating up as a prominent candidate calls it quits Kim jae's political reporter click to live he explains Fresno district five city councilman Louise Chavez was an early entrant to the mayor's race announcing his candidacy the day mayor Lee brand said he wouldn't seek another term Thursday Chavez ended his campaign I had a conversation with with my family with kids and and and you know it it and I think for me you know we've got a lot of work to do in southeast was not Chavez has a term and a half left to serve on the city council before term limits kick in in the meantime he says he has plenty of work to do on the council I'm not endorsing anyone at this time of more than happy to meet with the with the candidates and you know here with their vision for Fresno is police chief Jerry dire former congressional candidate Andrew Jan's and non profit executive Elliott balls remain in the race Clint Olivier K. M. J. news on Wall Street stock prices falling significantly today Steve cast about reports the cost appear to be president trump tweeting about trade with China and the threat of additional tariffs the president was tweeting about the trade war with China complaining that China's leaders had lived up to their promises then he said the US would impose a ten percent tariff on an additional three hundred billion dollars worth of goods in September within a matter of minutes the Dow Jones industrial average went from being roughly three hundred points in the black to almost two hundred points in negative territory Alan here's have ninety six hours to complete the extreme makeover house in Clovis builders installing the electrical system windows H. back plumbing and wall insulation am J. cumulus media have exclusive radio coverage of the big reveal we've been following the progress the young properties president Ryan do young what's exciting.

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"andrew jans" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Never to cover the cost of wildfires in Golden State. We got a step up on dare. I say, get our act together the last few years we've seen some improvements. But this fire season, we cannot be once again, flat-footed and just any reactive and suppression mode, newsome's plan includes, a grain of twenty one billion dollar fund, as well as a requirement that BG knee, so Carolina's in Diego gas and electric three billion dollars into so-called insurance fund, but consumer advocacy groups already expressing skepticism, as right bears will likely bear the cost of the utilities liabilities. Erin Obata KM, J news, a mayoral candidate attacks. Congressman Devin Nunes on Twitter, but the tweet might be a breach of legal ethics came as political correspondent Clinton, Livia explains in Thursday night, tweet, former congressional candidate and current may oral contender. Andrew Johns lashed out at his old opponent twenty-second district rep Devin Nunes, responding to a newness tweet about a Fresno city council. Issue surrounding the use of taxpayer cash to pay quote, criminals to be nice, and quote noon, as didn't name, anyone in particular in his tweet, but John's tweeted back, quote, if we stopped paying criminals, you and Trump wouldn't get anymore paychecks, and quote, and Janice would know a thing about what makes a criminal. He's a Fresno county prosecutor, first of all, it's kind of troubling that a Deputy District Attorney would throw out comments like that, especially since the public, I put some credence in, in the abilities of law enforcement and deputy district attorneys to accurately comment on the law ham, J legal analyst Peter capitan used to be a prosecutor. He says the tweet presents an interesting question when it comes to ethics and the law, the rules of professional conduct of the California bar association required that an attorney, quote, maintain the integrity of the profession, and quote, and that includes staying away from conduct quote that. it is prejudicial to the administration of justice and quote the rule does not prohibit those activities that are protected by the first amendment i'm sure that would be the defense here's that i'm making comments that are protected by the first amendment but it really is skating on the edge i think a call place to andrew jan seeking comment hasn't been returned as of this broadcast clint olivier k._m. jay news a trade agreement important to california's farm economy takes a big step to becoming a reality cam j. director dan yorke as the story mexico was now the first country to ratify the u._s. mexico canada agreement as expected mexico's senate quickly approved the agreement this week with an overwhelming majority canada is likely the next to the three member countries to consider an approved the trade deal that will replace north american free trade agreement canada is california's second biggest export destination well mexico comes in at number five john york k._m. j. news On Wall Street, the Dow is up thirty nine points. It's twelve..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on This Week in Science

"There's a micro Buyum of Amarna and our as and motor proteins, and all sorts of other smaller actors that are causing. Downstream, whichever direction, you look that, that we hadn't occurred to us are the motivators for how things actually function. So we are as we are just scratching the surface of nutrition when it comes to the microbiome, we're just actually scratching the surface of genomics, because there's a whole bigger more complicated layer beneath just the genes themselves. And I think one of the things that because we study sex differences, Bradley one of the first questions I think it is about how do you how do you know that sex chromosomes versus hormones? So we know especially there's large differences testosterone in androgen, and estrogen progesterone. And, and so are aren't the two is completely linked together, if you're ex than you're going to have this set of hormones, and if you're way, have this in turns out that's really not true at all. And we see differences in, gene. Expression on the X Y during development the four you even have gone ads developing. So now we have this added layer where we have? Excellent, y have their own unique, gene expression than those are modulated just like everything else, Gino by Andrew Jans. Estrogens. And then there's cross talk. So it's kind of this wonderful symphony, and we just have to pick apart. You know what's the violin contributing, and what's the cello contributing, and where the Tiffany, drums, right? Like where are all these things? And that's what we're trying to do. Now to me, that's I don't think it's that we're not finding the things we just have to listen and try to tease apart those different aspects. Do you think with the amount of variation that there is inherent in the human genome that, you know that we will eventually get beyond the single, single, gene, single variant kind of system? Do you think with bioinformatics? Are we going to be able to eventually really address like the multi multi-layered multifactorial aspect of the problem one hundred percent? I think that's where we're going now that's where the leading edge of buying for Matic's into Nomex is. Going is trying to figure out how do we look for networks of interacting genes and not even just interacting genes, but interacting Eissa forms. So interacting variants of the gene, so not into only of so for G rating different illegals, then you can have a different sets of Exxon's together. Sorry, I'm getting too complicated. But right. So how do we how do we look at the variants of the gene, had we look particularly -tations in, gene? How do they look at how those are interacting with our hormones with our environment with our nutrition with stress? It's not going to be solved in our lifetime or, or ever. I'm going to say you know what come back to me when I die and tell me if I'm wrong. But. But, but I think we're making headway on it, and we're trying to what too late. I mean, it'd be really one sided conversation. So maybe will perfected the brain in a jar stuff that we were weeks ago. And then it'll be fine, we tape and not. But we're trying to figure out into it was like I you're leaving me hanging, now we're really trying to some of the things we're working on right now is to look at not only the mutation being associated with disease phenotype, for example, one of the things looking at his liver cancer, and sex differences in liver cancer. But we're looking at. The interaction of that, gene, that eleo with other Liles. And then every possible combination of Liles. So those sets of combinations get extra nominal really fast. And it used to be impossible to do that kind of computing. But we're, we're starting to get to be there, for example at a meeting of years ago. There was a large project called the human a thousand genomes project, which eventually ended up sequencing more than two thousand people and it took, you know multiple apps. Many years and tons of compute time and Google because they could decided to redo the whole project and tell us how fast in wonderful..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Today he'll be suspended for tonight's game. He certainly playing well he's currently hitting four twenty two on the season with four home runs. Yeah. In declare a fi he was suspended for using a racially charged word, and Jeff passan tweeted all about it. Like, I read your Jeff passan article three thirty central time. Jeff's been kind of the source for the majority of the information on this. For us. Anderson banners for epithet, not flip. Chicago White Sox shortstop, Tim Anderson was suspended for one game after calling Kansas City. Royals pitcher Brad Keller a week as effing and word during a benches clearing incident. Precipitated by Keller hitting Anderson with a pitch league sources told ESPN Keller who was suspended for five games. Hit Anderson in the backside with a ninety two mile an hour fastball. One plate appearance after Anderson while up to homerun and tossed his bat toward the White Sox. Dugout after Anderson step toward the mound. The benches cleared enduring the fractious Anderson who is black addressed Keller who is white within earshot of players umpires. Adding, according rather to sources in announcing the suspension the league said Anderson was given one game quote for his conduct after the benches cleared, those sources said it was related to his use of the inward, and that's the reason why he was thrown out of the game. We wanted to know why was commander. Jason thrown out of a game. In a lot of SOX fans before they knew that it was racial, and I would hope then afterwards, they would sort of take it back is a lot of people were using the cows Warburg thing from the weekend as an example him charging me up him pointing at the unpire blank, you playing Q charging never made contact several. You know, profane words if you don't make contact with an and you swear nonstop, you won't be suspended think that's who you are pretty consistent practice, I think but major league baseball you brought up an interesting point earlier with her. How you choose to use language yourself. You know, whether it comes to hate her in the tweets from an eighteen year old or a fourteen year old people like Dini, all these things up. It sounds like they've got a policy that says you use this no matter what your race you. Use these words. You're it sounds like they have zero tolerance policy. Now. There's a difference between Hadar anybody else who has used. Words like that before they were a member of major league baseball versus being an active member of major league baseball and using the word. I don't know exactly. What major league baseball is rule? Is it sounds it? Doesn't matter the race of the person delivering the the off word whether it's an African American using the word directing at another African American or in this case a white player or vice versa. Whatever the case may be. It sounds like to me that there isn't. I don't know this to be gospel. It sounds like there is zero tolerance policy for using words like that. And in my humble opinion. I got no problem with them having a zero tolerance policy for it. So it makes sense. And I know someone. This. That your policy major league baseball is we're not we're not there's not going to be a gray on. We're not gonna we're not going to discuss it. We're not going to interpret it. It's such an important insensitive is used in an anger. Right, right. I don't know two guys are just joking with each other over at first base. And you know, but when it comes to two benches, clearing, and whatever. Sort of derogatory term you choose. This was this wasn't used in a playful manner with a teammate or even an opponent in a lighthearted conversation. This was definitely this was an altercation. Yeah. I I was surprised going back. I didn't know what you really referencing. But then I sorta dug up all the people it's been coming up on my time line people in our business. This isn't now this is what is in. This is in. I didn't know what you're saying. It's not just fans who are just adding people these are people in the media who like me who happened to be a fan of the team. Like, you know, how it is these days it's not objective. We we have our teams, and these were people who are in the media who root for the White Sox who were quick to shout out. But look at what trooper was started. Even before that this is what I was raging against a railing against as the old guy screaming at the cloud. This was the pre show. Listen, I mean before we start at the very beginning. People started to conclude that he got the one game suspension because of a bad foot because of a bad flip come on. I mean, really did you really think he was suspended and maybe that but there's been so many dumb things done by leagues in the past. Wouldn't you as somebody who not you somebody who whether you're in the media or not wouldn't you wait to get more information before you joined the group of being outraged in being the quickest and us to be outraged and outlet. Why don't you look foolish though, when you just start railing against something without having all of the information. And then you step it up with an outrage while this is inconsistent. Because look at what Schwartz did what would Schwab did as we have found out is different than what Tim Anderson debt. Right. So this is the old guys advice for the day. Don't worry about being first in the outrage parade worrying about being correct Joe west was in the mexica thought for sure they'd screw this thing up. But then. Yeah, you wait. And you're like, they either screwed up really bad or Tim Anderson said something he shouldn't say in that any turned out to be the latte now. Now, listen, hypothetically, we could have found ourselves in a situation where you find out all the details. And maybe it would've been they just didn't like his behavior or how he acted. Okay now. Now, I got no problem with you being outraged. But before you joined the outrage parade, wouldn't you want to get all of the information? I mean, that's just me. I guess that's just an own personal belief. Maybe you believe being not you somebody believes being loud in. I is the right way to go. Okay. God bless ya. But I come incense would I think would've led you to the conclusion that there may be a little bit more to the story Pete some people in the media, buddy potsy? I don't know if he was being sarcastic. But tweeted that none of this happens if not for a backflip. And by point is none of this happens. If not for the dumb tradition of retaliation of using the weapon both of those may be true. But they these chilly exclusive conversations it did get there. And he did use that language that I understand. But then I mean, it goes down to the rat. Like, I don't line. Tim Anderson to not be emotional on the field. There was a quote reread earlier that Scotland lurking, and I don't know if you guys could call it up. I don't have an from my screen right now. But I don't want to Anderson to play less emotionally. I don't want to manderson to stop having swag. Just like I tell that to hobby. All I want to Anderson to do is don't use that language, but they shouldn't go back to see see what happens when you bet flip. It shouldn't be about. These are two separate conversations. One is you know, what's my main point, right? Like, I don't want. Tim anderson. To not be himself, except for the fact that word, and I truly believe that we have evolved them we I'm saying major league baseball and the people that like major league baseball in love major league baseball. I think it's the loud minority that is screaming about young players celebrating. I do I think the majority of people had a good common sense approach to like looked Tim Anderson was just celebrating compliment. He wasn't being disrespectful directly at the pitcher. It'd be a good conversation for solid five son has kinda volved in some ways. I don't speak for him. Do you do your point seven doesn't sound like from these quotes that you referenced Scott merkin said commanders, and specifically said, quote, I could care less than he means couldn't I couldn't care less about how anybody else feels about it. As far as the pros and cons. Everybody around here knows who I am. And knows what kind of person I am in knows what kind of player I am. And what kind of energy I play with this play. And again, like, I I I've gotten a lot of you got to do something before he could act that way, my point is hobbies swag before havi starred I tweeted that out the other day how he got the tattoo of the major league baseball logo. And he was like seventeen or eighteen hobby did some really weird stuff in his first. I don't know if you remember the story spring training, and like a fines of Soriano in the veterans head to school them and before hobby didn't really break out until last year. Sometimes havi swag has gotten in the way of that running you know of him watching and not running to first and then the ball hitting off the wall. So we love the swag. I I'm good with swag. I'm good with Tim Andrews, Jan like saying the word sweat. I do that sort of the only thing that Abdala has ever taught me he's in Kabul. Like, I kind of roll my eyes at a lot of the things of dollars. I like swag. I like is it again swag. My favorite players. A kid was Gary Matthews. He wasn't the best player on the cubs. He was far from their best player. But you know, what? Sarge Hattie it swaggie played with emotion. He knock off the helmet running between first and second base because it weighed him down he rose had swag swag. Lotta guys in in yesteryear in the old school as still had swag. And I and I told you this yesterday I love hobbies style of play because he's good. But b because I see hobby even when he's doing what you calling swaggie he has respect for his his opponents like I said it yesterday you could go back on a number of occasions at see whether hobbies slides into third hobbies with the slapped tag at second base. Somebody's trying to steal second. Hobby may actually uninjured vertically swipe tagging the knock the opponent's helmet off. And maybe gray. As him across the face. And the first thing havi does is to ask the opponent. If he's okay. So I think havi does it in a really respectful manner. So I appreciate hobbies game. I appreciate his enthusiasm for the game. And I also appreciate hobbies respect for how he does things. Now him not running out pop-ups, that's a self inflicted wound. He's not he may be for the older fans disrespecting the game. But it's not anything that's harming the opponent. He's harming his own team. Right. Right. Yes, I learned to last year. Absolutely. In some some people people love, you know, they love to think that the Gotcha. Gotcha moment. We always talk about that. Somebody asked me earlier. So how did you feel when a j presents ski crossed the plate in stomped on the plate with force and then Michael Barrett. Denny slap the plate today. Just slap. A maybe there's a collision in any snack that that's what it was whatever it was. How'd you feel about that? I said I love it..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And guess what? A majority of those women who have trouble with adult acne report that they get their flare ups around menstruation. So here we go. So that leads us well into the big h word we haven't thrown around in a while. I don't think he'll be Kristen. I don't know maybe like a couple of episodes or something. Well, that's a long time for us. And so we're going to we're going to turn back to old hormones because just just as in the teenage years that's a major cause of adult acne. But I would say that the causes of adult acne are a bit trickier to unwind than they are for teenagers for teenagers is seems that treatment is pretty straightforward and the causes are pretty straightforward. But it gets a little trickier. We'll trickier once you're out of school because the interesting thing is with the hormones as it relates to women in adult acne a lot of times. You guys are probably guessing right now, let me guess crucial. Molly, you're gonna talk about estrogen for another twenty minutes. Psych Steph saw strewn, and it's Andrew jen's, which you've talked about before. Especially if you remember our Pecos podcast. That's an Anderson imbalance and some an acne is one of the main symptoms of Pecos polycystic ovary syndrome. And so sometimes I'm going to go in and people might just immediately jumped to that. And that causes the acne people to, you know, get get kind of thrown off because they've done a few studies about whether Andrew Johns can be the cause of this persistent acne in later years in women and studies are really inconclusive in terms of, you know, an extreme abnormality indicating this presence of acne and women. You know, they've done studies on all sorts of hormone levels. And there's really no clear pattern of, you know, one big hormone that's out of wack leading to adult acne. It's very very inclusive. So you can't just say, it's this hormone or another one. But they do think it has something to do with Anderson's, right? Because Andrew Jans is would be a logical conclusion because Andrew Johns if you have a spike in androgen, you're going to have a spike in Sebnem production. And Sebnem is the oil your face oil that gets into those hair follicles, clogs it up mixes with some sloth skin sales snails sound like a southern gal talking. You are. Yes. I am. And then mixes with you know, maybe some some dirt that's gotten in there. And you got yourself a pimple. Yep. And it's it's as Chris said, it sort of all below the skin. So you can't look at a teenager or woman who's really really Zizi for lack of a better word and just think oh, she has hygiene problems. She doesn't you know you can't wash away. Pimples that happens under the skin. So that's not the thing that's going on. So if it's not the Anderson's if that's still controversial. What else could it be? Doctors are also throwing out things like genetic predisposition. Sure, if you're a family member, that's got it. Bad news for you smoking is a huge one for women. Yes. Because smoking also amps up your Sieben production as well. Which makes sense because you know, if you're if you're smoking all of that smoke around your face is going to dry things out as soon as your face gets really dry. It's going to kick that oil production into overdrive cosmetics..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Responsibility should social media companies bear for the spread of antisemitic and racist content, plus the most documented undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio barcus, shares his new memoir, lying and hiding. Hello. And welcome to k media newsroom. I'm tweeden. Do we begin with a high stakes midterm elections? In the final days before voters head to the polls. President Trump has made a number of immigration pronouncements in an effort to appeal to his base. They include a proposed end to birthright citizenship in this country. And he once again targeted the caravan of Central American migrants suggesting that federal agents can fire at them. If they toss objects all of this has significant implications for California home to about one quarter of the nation's foreign born population. Meanwhile, new polls show proposition six that repeal the state and gas tax is trailing among voters. The same is true for proposition ten which would give cities the ability to expand rent control as part of our ongoing election coverage, I'm joined now in studio by in our own community, California, politics and government team senior editor Scott Shafer reporter Marie salon goes reporter, and producer guy. Marzorati always good to see you guys. Scott Democrats are hoping as you know, to flip those seven GOP seats in California that they've been trying to target in their quest to win twenty three seats to retake control of the house. So how is the current messaging from President Trump in the White House on immigration affecting those key basis and doesn't vary depending on whether it's a central valley race or an Orange County race, you know, there's so many cross-currents happening right now you mentioned the birthright thing with immigrants the caravan and just a week ago. There was the shooting in Pittsburgh, at the synagogue you add in the pipe bomber. So there's so many different things happening. It's hard. I think to isolate one thing and say what impact is it having that said, I mean, we are showing a lot of voter interest. The secretary state today came out with a final registration numbers for California. And seventy eight percent of eligible voters are registered hasn't been that high for a non presidential election since nineteen fifty so there's a lot of interest. How it's playing out. I think Democrats have been very focused on not getting distracted by Trump and try to stay on their message. Of healthcare, the Republican tax Bill jobs that kind of thing. So I think if if Trump succeeds know, he will up the the the turnout among Republicans, but Democrats are already mobilized one I think it's telling that as Trump is going around the country to some of these key states. He's not coming to California. And I think that might be partly for his own reasons. But also, I don't think in every district is a good idea to be seeing X to the president. Right. If you're in even a central valley district that is pretty conservative. But with a here's Latino population. Those immigration messages are not gonna play very well, Orange County is diversifying. It's a mix of people. And so I think that for Republicans in California, there's been this kind of tight rope to walk this entire campaign where they want to appeal and sort of ally themselves with the president in some ways, but in this harsh immigration rhetoric. It may not play as well in California. Did you want to say something? I think you certainly you can see how the president is is moving in these final days of the campaign. He's really focused on Senate races. That's where he's spending his time. As Marita mentioned. He's not coming to California. He's really not spending time in those suburban districts that I think will decide the balance of power in the house, and I would say for Democrats, they're singularly focused on healthcare. But I think there is a big difference. When you go to the Orange County where they're behind and registration and really needs to sell a centrist message to somewhere like the central valley where they have a registration advantage. And at this point, it's really about turnout speaking to the speaker of the central valley that is a particularly interesting race there. This may come as a surprise to some people but the nation's most expensive congressional race. So far this year this year because the election days just on Tuesday is here in a solidly blue state in the central valley. That's where the incumbent Devon Nunez. He's the Republican Republicans share the house intelligence committee. He's also emerged as the chief defender of President Trump is the incumbent incumbent. His democratic challenger is a Fresno prosecute. Your engine chance. So how much money is being spent on this one race? And why is it so expensive? Well, it's sort of ironic because this is actually the least likely to flip of a lot of the assistance, right? It's not actually one that I think Democrats long ago as an opportunity, but what's happened is that Nunez has really apps his fundraising game. I mean a couple of years ago, he raised maybe a million dollars didn't really have an opponent. He's raised more than eleven million dollars. And most of that is not even not from US District. Not in California. It's on the DC circuit. We're talking lobbyists. We're talking you know, sort of big conservative donors on the other side. Andrew Johns, a prosecutor, I think has excited Democrats. I think it's an uphill battle. But he's raised eight million dollars himself. And so what's happened is we've seen I think a conversation happening in the central valley, even with the sort of registration favorability to Nunez that we haven't seen in the Fresno bee, for example has been in this war with him. They for the first time in years did not endorse Nina. I think it's one of those seats Democrats would love to flip even though they. No, it's kind of a reach to say, the least personal it's personal. I was up in sonoma's. I saw Andrew Jan signs on somebody. So yeah, I think it's I think a lot of money that you alluded to is coming from the bay area because you know, the central valley is not a wealthy area. There's not a big blunt bunch of big donors are wealthy people. It's a very poor area. So yeah, I think there's just a lot of excitement. It's one of those seats that where they'd like to flip if they could Democrats, but you know, they know what a reach new has been reelected seven times, and he has and he's actually been endorsed by the Fresno bee every time until now as Maria said is like there's a war going on as sort of like an echo of what Trump says about the media, and he's focused at all had a forty page or he put together all the Fresno bee. And and guy in in these congressional races in places like central valley voters more focused on local issues, or are they more concerned about what's coming out of the White House. It's always a national issues. I think you see this every midterm election. It ultimately is a reflection in a referendum on the president. And what's happening in Washington as much as Republicans have tried to make this about local issues. I mean, they know how unpopular Donna. Trump is many swing districts in California. They want to talk about the gas tax. They wanna talk about things happening at the DMV and more local issues. It really isn't. I mean, I think people Trump is on everyone's mind on on the minute voters. And so I think for Democrats they succeed when they turn the conversation back to the president and back to issues like healthcare, where think Democrats have much more of an advantage. Let's talk about some of the propositions as well because we have two very high profile ballot propositions and one of them is proposition. Six the gas tax repeal a new poll out this week from UC Berkeley institute of governmental studies shows that it's trailing. It's fifty six percent of likely voters are opposed. So Scott getting rid of this gas tax was supposed to be a rallying cry for the GOP. What happened? In some ways, the biggest impact of this happened a while ago in June when Josh Neumann the freshman Senator from Fullerton, Orange County who had voted for the gas tax was the target of a repeal of a recall, and he was recalled and that took away the two thirds majority of the Republicans had in the Senate. But since then it's really petered out. John Cox is put in a bunch of money to get it on the ballot. But really the money's dried up as a huge amount of money on the other side because you've got labor you've got the chamber of commerce. You got contractors local officials of all really teamed up to say, we don't want to have this transportation money taken away. I mean, that's made this campaign. So interesting to me before this measure qualified for the ballot three point eight million dollars spent by supporters after that one point five million. So it's almost as if the campaign is just petered off. They wanted to get it on the ballot not only for turnout, but to give Republican candidate something else to talk about other than just quickly. I think it was they were they were a Republican wouldn't be in the top two of the governor's race. Now, there is once a lot of that money was Mimi Walters. Who's now congresswoman who's in a very tight race with democrat. Arctic challenger. She's not going to be putting the money behind the gas tax repeal that she was six or ten months ago. Okay. Let's talk about prop tennis as well. That's the measure that would allow cities to expand rent control. And a whopping sixty percent of the voter survey said no I mean, and then a different poll by the public policy institute of California said even renters are we checking this Fisher? Why is that? I mean, it's even more fascinating. When recent polling showed that people support the idea of rent control, but do not support proposition. Ten I think that you get to the spending and the messaging in this campaign number one. The no side has been three times more than the yes side. I think that plays a huge role when you talk about advertisements getting the message out there, and the actual ballot language itself is kind of confusing talking about repeal and not, you know, expansion of rent control. I think some people might read that and say, wait a minute waiting to repeal rent control, all of those things that all those factors have added into the fact that every overseeing it's not doing well. Okay. And real quickly. I want to touch on prop sees a local measure here in San Francisco, but lots of national attention because sales for sale. Mark many off supports it. Twitter's SEO Jack Dorsey opposes opposes that. You've got this battle the tech titans going on where will all of this end up Marissa homelessness. Yeah. This is. Tax these very big companies to pay for homeless services. It looks like it will probably get more than fifty percent and win. The question is will be challenged in court. And I think the fault lines has opened up among the tech community. But also among Democrats Nancy Pelosi Dianne Feinstein or for it, Maryland and breed is against it. It's an interesting battle and one that will not end next to your day. All right. You guys have been busy, and you're going to continue to be busy recent logos, Scott, Shafer and guy marzorati, you will all be covering it. I know, and we will see all of you back here next week for a full roundup of the election outcomes and their impacts in California. Thank you very much. Again, just a reminder this coming Tuesday. Join us on KABC radio.

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"andrew jans" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Offense. In the final days before voters head to the polls. President Trump has made a number of immigration pronouncements in an effort to appeal to his base. They include a proposed end to birthright citizenship in this country. And he once again targeted the caravan of Central American migrants suggesting that federal agents can fire them if they toss objects all of this significant implications for California home to about one quarter of the nation's foreign born population. Meanwhile, loopholes she'll proposition six the repeal of the state gas tax is trilling among voters. The same is true for proposition ten which would give cities the ability to expand rent control as part of our ongoing election coverage, I'm joined now in studio by our own cake, California, politics and government team senior editor Scott Shafer. Reporter Marie Salah goes and reporter and producer guy. Marzorati always good to see you guys. Scott Democrats are hoping as you know, to flip those seven GOP in California that they've been trying to target in their quest. Win twenty three seats to retake control of the house. So how is the current messaging from President Trump in the White House on immigration affecting those key races? And does it vary depending on whether it's a central valley race or an Orange County race? There's so many cross-currents happening right now, you mentioned the birthright thing with immigrants the caravan and just a week ago. There was the shooting in Pittsburgh at the synagogue in the pipe bomber. So there's so many different things happening. It's hard to isolate one thing and say, what impact is it having that said, I mean, we are showing a lot of voter interest. The secretary of state today came out with final registration numbers for California. And seventy eight percent of eligible voters are registered hasn't been that high for a non presidential election since one thousand nine hundred fifty so there's a lot of interest. How it's playing out. I think Democrats have been very focused on not getting distracted by Trump and trying to stay on their message. Healthcare, the Republican tax Bill jobs that kind of thing. So I think if Trump succeeds yo he will up the the turnout among Republicans, but Democrats are already mobilized one. I think it's telling that as Trump is going around the country to some of these key states. He's not coming to California. And I think that might be partly for his own reasons. But also, I don't think in every district is a good idea to be seeing next to the president. Right. If you're in even a central valley district that is pretty conservative, but with a huge Latino population, those immigration messages are not gonna play very well, Orange County is diversifying. It's a mix of people. And so I think that for Republicans in California, there's been this kind of tight rope to walk this entire campaign where they want to appeal and sort of ally themselves with the president in some ways, but in this harsh immigration rhetoric. It may not play as well in California. Did you want to say something? Going to say, I mean, I think certainly you can see by how the president is moving in these final days of the campaign. He's really focused on Senate races. That's where he's spending his time. As I mentioned, he's not coming to California. He's really not spending time in those suburban districts that I think will decide the balance of power in the house, and I would say for Democrats, they're singularly focused on healthcare. But I think there is a big difference. When you go to the place like an Orange County where they're behind the registration and really needs to sell a centrist message to somewhere like the central valley where they have a registration advantage at this point. It's really about turn out and speaking to the speaking of the central valley that is particularly interesting race there. This may come as a surprise to some people but the nation's most expensive congressional race. So far this year this year because the election days on Tuesday is here in a solidly blue states in the central valley. That's the incumbent Devon Nunez. He's the Republican Republican sheriff the house intelligence committee. He's also emerged as the chief defender of President Trump. He is the incumbent incumbent. His democratic challenger is a Fresno prosecu-. Peter Andrew chance. So how much money is being spent on this one race? And why is it so expensive? Well, it's sort of ironic because this is actually the least likely to flip of a lot of these districts, right? It's not actually one that. I think Democrats saw long ago as an opportunity, but what's happened is that Nunez has really upped his fundraising game. I mean a couple of years ago, he raised maybe a million dollars didn't really have an opponent. He's raised more than eleven million dollars. And most of that is not even not from US District. It's not in California. It's on the DC circuit. We're talking lobbyists. We're talking you know, sort of big conservative donors on the other side Andrew Janet prosecutor. I think has excited Democrats. I think it's an uphill battle. But he's raised eight million dollars himself. And so what's happened is we've seen I think a conversation happening in the central valley, even with the sort of registration favorability to Nunez that we haven't seen in the Fresno bee, for example has been in this war with him. They for the first time in years deny endorse Nunez. But I think it's one of those seats Democrats would love to flip. They probably know it's kind of a reach to say, the least personal it's personal. I was up in sonoma's. I saw Andrew Jan signs on somebody. I think so. Yeah, I think it says a lot of the money that alluded to is coming from the bay area because you know, the central valley is not a wealthy area. There's not a big bunch of big donors are wealthy people. It's a very poor area. So yeah, I think there's just a lot of excitement. It's one of those seats that where they'd like to flip if they could Democrats, but they know what to reach Nunez has been reelected seven times. And he has actually been endorsed by the Fresno bee every time until now as Marie said, there's a war going on as sort of like an echo of what Trump says about the media, and he's focused at all. I had a forty page mail or he put together all mocha's on the Fresno bee and guy in in these congressional races in places like central valley are voters more focused on local issues or are they more concerned about what's coming out of the White House. It's always the national issues. I think you see this every midterm election. It ultimately is a reflection in a referendum on the president. And what's happening in Washington as much as Republicans have tried to make this about local issues. I mean, they know how unpopular Donald? Trump is in many swing districts in California. They want to talk about the gas tax. They wanna talk about things happening. You know at the DMV and more local issues. It really isn't. I mean, I think people Trump is on everyone's mind on on the minute voters. And so I think for Democrats they succeed when they turn the conversation back to the president and back to issues like healthcare where Democrats have much more of an advantage. I mean, let's talk about some of the propositions as well because we have two very high profile ballot propositions and one of them is proposition. Six the gas tax repeal and a new poll out this week from UC Berkeley institute of governmental study shows that it's trailing. It's fifty six percent of likely voters are opposed. So Scott getting rid of this gas tax was supposed to be a rallying cry for the GOP. What happened? In some ways the biggest impact of this happened a while ago in June when Josh Neumann the freshman Senator from Fullerton, Orange County voted for the gas tax was the target of a repeal of a recall, and he was recalled and that took away the two thirds majority of Republicans had in the Senate. But since then it's really petered out. John Cox is put in a bunch of money to get it on the ballot. But really, the money's dried up, and is a huge amount of money on the other side because you've got labor you've got the chamber of commerce. You've got contractors local officials of all really teamed up to say, we don't want to have this transportation money taken away. I mean, that's made this campaign. So interesting to me before this measure qualified for the ballot three point eight million dollars spent by supporters after that one point five million. So it's almost as if the campaign is just petered off. They wanted to get it on the ballot. Not only for turnout, but to give Republican candidates something else to talk about other than just quickly. I think it was worried that a Republican wouldn't be in the top two of the governor's race. Now, there is once a lot of that money was Mimi Walters. Who's now a congresswoman who's in a very tight race with her democrat. Challenger? She's not going to be putting the money behind a gas tax repeal that she was six or ten months ago. Okay. Let's talk about prop tennis as well. That's the measure that would allow cities to expand rent control. And a whopping sixty percent of the voter survey said no I mean, and then a different poll by the public policy institute of California said even renters are we checking this measure, why is that? I mean, it's even more fascinating. When recent polling showed that people support the idea of rent control, but do not support proposition. Ten I think that you get to the spending and the messaging in this campaign number one. The no side has been three times more than the yes side. I think that plays a huge role when you talk about advertisements getting the message out there, and the actual ballot language itself is kind of confusing. It's talking about repeal and not expansion of rent control. I think some people might say wait, a my voting to repeal rent control, all of those things that all those factors have added into the fact that every poll we're seeing it's not doing well. Okay. And real quickly. I want to touch on props. Sees a local measure here in San Francisco, but lots of national attention because Salesforce seal. Mark money off supports it. Twitter's SEO Jack Dorsey opposes opposes it. You've got this battle the tech titans going on where will all of this end up south homelessness. Yeah. This is a tax these very big companies to pay for homeless services. It looks like it will probably get more than fifty percent and win. The question is will be challenged in court. And I think the faultlines has opened up among the tech community. But also among Democrats Nancy Pelosi Dianne Feinstein or for it. Mayor Linden breed is against it. It's an interesting battle and one that will not end next Tuesday. All right. You guys have been busy, and you're going to continue to be busy. Recent logos. Scott, Shafer and guy marzorati, you will all be covering it. I know, and we will see all of you back here next week for a full roundup of the election outcomes and their impacts in California. Thank you very much. And just a reminder this coming Tuesday. Join us on the radio and online for full election day.

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"andrew jans" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Nine forty eight traffic and weather together on the eight. Sponsored by subway restaurants. Here's Bill Durham Edens expressway. Inbound his nineteen minutes from lake cook the Kennedy, but the outside slowing pockets from the Kennedy out to Dempster twenty-five minutes for Montrose out to lake cook road, the Kennedy inbound thirty five minutes from O'Hare if you use the local lanes, the express lanes are a bit heavier than locals right now. It's twenty five minutes from the Edens in the locals thirty-one and the express lanes. Use the locals save you a couple of minutes, outbound Kennedy tend to Montrose twenty eight minutes out to O'Hare. The Eisenhower inbound forty six minutes from route three ninety twenty nine in from Anaheim, outbound a minor crash on the shoulder involving unite odd vehicle, that's it Costner. It's forty two minutes to Mannheim, fifty fifty-five out to three ninety Stevenson inbound fifteen minutes three fifty five to lakeshore drive forty in from the tri-state the outbound side of I fifty five is delay-free half hour out of the veterans tollway. The Dan Ryan inbound at twenty seven minutes from ninety fifth downtown seventeen from downtown out to the split fifty seven no worries in around the Bishop forty amount. Twenty five minutes. Eighty ninety four into the Dan Ryan merge. No, outbound delays there lakeshore drive. Northbound slow through grandpa, southbound heavy from Lawrence to pass Fullerton is a crash on the shoulder there. The tri-state northbound slow approaching eighty third street Topaz, that's because of ongoing roadwork in the center, I pass lane is blocked. Then you're heavy from Stevenson to Ogden northbound moral Dempster before willow. Andrew Jan passed one thirty two still southbound tristate, okay? No worries on the atoms or the Reagan three fifty five northbound slow from seventy five to Butterfield and army trail the to ninety southbound heavy from Roosevelt the Butterfill the southbound fifty three on the brakes. Gakuen Higgins noted as an eighty ninety four or I sixty five the Indiana toll roads, all good traffic sponsored by subway restaurants. They're raising the stakes were subway restaurants steak chief signature rap to pull day southwest. They cheese signature rap and the chip steak sub on their new sunflower crunch bread. Limited time only at participating restaurants. Get traffic and weather together on the it's every ten minutes on.

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"andrew jans" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"Spike in your morning temperature, and that will continue until you get your period. Interesting. What is this? You can test your temperature to when you're off. Yeah, it's called your basal body temperatures. You get this just a really simple little thermometer. You keep it on your nightstand and as soon as you wake up, the very first thing you do is you pop in your mouth and you check your temperature before you drink any water before you get up to go pee because it's, you know, those thermometers really sense it to little changes, so. So you want to do that and pretty much the first half of your cycle should be around the same temperature and that around mid cycle it should spike and that's a clue that you're that. You have very likely oscillated a why is our task and our body higher when we obviously well, because you're. Hormone chain. You know your hormones change about mid cycle in that changes your, yeah, your temperature, your body women listening right now, is there one specific test they can take for p. c. o. s. or how do we know they have PC us? That's a good question. So there's three, there's three criteria to be diagnosed. You only have to have two out of the three to have a diagnosis. So one of the three criteria would be this on your ovaries. So it's crazy as you could actually have PC OS without having says on your ovaries because that's one of the criteria and you only need to out of the three. So that would be one would be actual SIS on your ovaries, and that would be diagnosed with an ultrasound with your doctor. And then the second would be clues of an oscillation, which means you're not obviating. So that could either be you don't have regular cycles or no cycles that would be clear that you're probably not eating. And then the third would be clues of androgen accessory enter. Jen's. Those are types of hormones that are more like male dominant hormones, like to stop Stronach Anderson Dione or DJ if you have either high levels in your labs, or if you have clues of high. Jen's, that would be another another possible line. So that would be like if you have hair growth growing on your chin or your or your lip or your nipples, or if you have acne on your face, or if you have hair loss on your head, those are all clues that you have high, Andrew Jans. So yes, it's you have to have two out of those three criteria. How can you cleanse out the Andhra jen's? Yes. A good question. The warm. Oh, well, you gotta get to the root of the problem. So for a woman when she has spikes a blood sugar or insulin surges, that's gonna make her convert her actual estrogen into to SaaS thrown. So what Commissioner of medicine does is they focus on getting rid of the excess testosterone, but you have to get get to the root of the problem like Why's it happening in the first place? So so one of the very best things you can do is cutting out all the sugars. You know, if you're women with p. c. o. s. cutting out, simple sugars cutting out even excess fruit. Sharon, the devil. Yeah. Yeah, it's more dicta than heroin, man, this is really coming back to sugar. I it's like always does. I know pretty much. Trying to get fancy. It always goes out to sugar. Yeah, so that's a huge thing is you know, in the training I do, it's like really teaching. How does for Tilleke nutrition actually look because it's extremely different than our, you know, US food guide pyramid. Like if you followed that chances are you would probably become infertile, and that's what makes. Yeah, because the base of it is all carbohydrates. So that right there is gonna make a woman turn more of her estrogen in to Austronesian. That's gonna make her less feminine really becomes more like male male hormones. Wow. I know how what a woman know if she's consuming too many carbohydrates..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Referral nerve function. So you can feel things and see and hear things. But in addition, metabolism includes a repairing damage. So there is DNA metabolism that involves, you know, sensing DNA damage and repairing it. There's the ability to convert one set of molecules to another so we can take those, you know, bulk foods and our adrenal glands can turn those into sex hormone. So we we make our own Andrew Jans. We make our own estrogens men and women make Andrew Johns and women for the most part, make estrogens and that's the type of metabolism and essentially any type of metabolic process that you can think of, including building up your muscles and restoring your Russell function after workout involves metabolism and NASD's. The central. Regulator NA D. And then three other related compounds that are called any h and ADP an ADP. Those are the central regulators of metabolism. Now, the thing about any d. is you think, okay, this is this is the ultimate family jewel, right? This is the thing that allows every single cell in my body every single tissue to function the the brains of, you know, to a brain, the liver to be liver, the the pancreas, the heart, you name it, you would think that this would be protected against damage by, you know, the homeo- static forces that that we have operating in just to clarify what that means. That means that the ability of the body to maintain, you know, things in a regular state, like keeping our body temperature at ninety eight point six. You know, when we go up too high, we have ways to cool down when we're too low, we've ways to heat up. So you'd think that your energy would be protected. But it turns out that are NA NASD and are any ph is under stress in a number of conditions like alcohol. So when we drink alcohol, our n. d. pluses converted to an h. and then the food that we eat, where we wanted to be converged energy can be converted to an alcoholic, fatty liver. That would be a case of excess alcohol though, right? In the case of excess alcohol, right. That's is that, is that why that that a lot of like anti-aging docs will tell you that the worst possible thing you can do fear, stem cells drink too much alcohol. It's not only your stem cells. The metabolism happens in hip Hata site. So in, you know, the the functioning cells of the liver. Themselves, but then then the liver becomes infiltrated by macrophages and all sorts of inflammatory cells. And you know it just we generate acid ala hide, which is toxic. And you know, the biochemistry of alcohol is actually really well known, and it's really well known to depend on n. a. d. in particular Reebok's form and so are are, are you know, vitality becomes stressed when we are metabolising too much alcohol. That's actually something that really, you know, it requires some thinking about because most people think, oh, I drink alcohol in order to de-stress. But if you talk to a biochemist, a biochemist will tell you, oh alcohol, is it self a metabolic stress? And it's metabolic stress precisely because of what it does to our any diesel system. So this NA system in addition to getting damaged by, let's say, alcohol or excess stress, or you know having to having to engage in excessive Reebok's reactions from just pushing food through and making ATP is the damage like structural? Is that how the damage would occur or is the damage simply you get depleted of in a d. because so much gets converted into any d. h. so that there's there's enough reducing agents to donate electrons. Good question, and I want to make sure I tell you the six other major conditions that that attack in a d so so let's run through them. And then we'll talk about the consequences of what happens when you're NASD or any BPH is under attack. So number one is alcohol and I, I always bring that went up. I, I bring alcohol up first because we know the most about it and I bring aging a ba- up last. Because we know the least about it. But alcohols number one number two is what I call over nutrition. So we, we set up an experiment in which we basically over fed mice, and we made them fat with a high fat diet, and we push some of them over the edge into type two diabetes. And we wanted to see what effect that was going to have on their liver and a decent them..

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"andrew jans" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The information up and then the people gathered information dial well he told at there are the they're getting the information on un that might need a raise in a couple of these republican or deciding to retire yeah well i be right and that's actually true because if you think about it jim and i we're not we're not smart people were just some some random people from alabama and we've been able to put this entire thing together months ago we had it we've had figured out for a while you guys of eta figured out for a while so why can't the attorney general of the united states just take the same route that were taken to come to the same conclusion and just get started a little bit earlier iin this won't some handcuffs and coming out a white house as as the photo ops a wanna the out of the white house and the cuffs would blue ties all that's all i'm asking yeah and somebody out of day all them lakes man you gotta stop the leaks how are we gonna trust her fbi my and the fbi was an on the known all his russian stuff and still let the state department sawnoff on this they meal by the bribes going on with this uranium deal and they knew that the oligarchy of russia had just stolen about three quarters of the money in russia and they still let them sign off on it as the darnest thing i've ever seen his lot collusion between the justice department the state department in the executive branch and i can't imagine if you're out of one yourself information it will or a judge in get a war iranian raise treasonous what they've done to down on my knees go to prison thanks jim brigitte goal but i like about bottom of the hour the line andrew jan friday edition plenty more to get to the phone lines are open nine four one one zero one one we'll be back right after this you are listening to the yellowhammer news radio network i'm a listed kramer alabama attorney general steve marshall brings to justice.

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"andrew jans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"andrew jans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Uh reduce or increase bone density so reduced risk of fractures and even though we think of osteoporosis as a disease for women uh sorry to say but as we get into our '70s and '80s peak and even sometimes younger it can become a disease of men as well so uh for many reasons uh uh for better health and even reduced dementia with taking with hidden testosterone replacement uh for those who have andrew jan deficiency uh can make one uh feel great so what are some of the reasons that now when it i've talked about uh some of the facts about testosterone level i talk about some of the myths and one of the baths is that testosterone causes prostate cancer and why is this uh why is this so well why is this myth out there well testosterone his reply is associated with the function of the uh of our euro general tract and that's where the prostate is so it's kind of presumed that since two testosterone stimulates the prostate receptors that there'd be an increased risk of cancer of prostate cancer by taking testosterone replacement but i wanna share with you that that is absolutely not the case there has been no evidence that taking that taking testosterone replacement increases the incidence of prostate cancer and that's with many studies over five decades have not shown any increase prostate cancer with testosterone replacement there are some uh scientific explanations for why this may be the case for instance that the press that receptors get saturated with a very.

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