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"ann marie" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:14 min | Last month

"ann marie" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"All right listen we wanna take phone calls right here okay. Eight seven seven twenty nine eight seven. Seven thousand nine steve. Please call us and let us know what's on your mind and while we're looking through the phones we gotta say once again. Thank you to the state of georgia. Thank you thank you. Georgia sing it. Tom god that don't encourage people. Cook army didn't mcgee and senior. Georgia call it a person. Adjudging bowie devon muscle. Put georgia nice georgia. An annual harmonized terminal giacomo. Well here we go go ahead georgia no sit tummy to homina yard harmonize. You have to saying another key another note on the tommy. You do know steve. Harvey aka david. Ruffin let's not. Let's go to line one and talk to doug from augusta georgia kentucky Yes you doing this morning. what's up man. what's on your mind. Oh man i tell you this one of the better mornings. I had an augusta being here for twenty years. I tell you steve Komo say one thing of fifty eight years old right and the very first. I've ever voted was in november of last year. And i like to say my vote does matter. That's gonna be my new yourself. Great glorious morning that does and saint. He's an example. Doug is an example. Of what i've been trying to tell. Politician people When donald trump and republicans pose an argument. How can joe biden get more black votes than president obama. It is simply because more black. People registered due to the efforts of people like stacey. Abrams i'm not gonna i'm not gonna let you off. Forget this system and because of her efforts in the state of georgia but then across it they spearheaded a lot of movement to get more people registered. That's why and this man fifty eight years old voted for the first time. Congratulations doke proud of you man. It ain't l. too late to do the right thing. It a s over too late. Let's go to line two and talk to anne-marie out of new jersey and marie. My god i love more any seat. I love you girl on your mind. I woke my dear. Yesterday i ended up taking it. But i want to i work in administrations and her daughter. He's a nurse and my mom is visiting from jamaica. She's my sister and she's not really feeling well right now. And i want the new york okay. Nation madonna okay. I'm hearing a lot of people said Things about this vaccination. I guess is an individual choice But please don't live fear and i notice hard to say Guide your decisions. Look this is a global pandemic. Something's happened here. That's never happened before and Learn the facts be educated and make a decision from there. Don't superstitious ask corner and and get sick ignorantly. Yeah just off of ignorance. that's my suggestion. That's good advice. Anne-marie did she did it. Yeah she was looking out for your sister all right. Thank you Coming up next the nephew the prank phone call right after this. You're listening to morning. Show guys bobby bones. I host the bobby bones show and that pretty much always sleepy. Because i wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later i get all my friends together. We get into a room and we radio show wisher. Our we tell our stories we try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share.

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$140M of fraudulent unemployment claims in California prisons: Prosecutors

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

$140M of fraudulent unemployment claims in California prisons: Prosecutors

"Numerous California prison inmates accused of filing bogus unemployment insurance claims getting the benefits. In many cases, the money being mailed out of state. There has been 35,000 claims filed in the name of California state prison in Sacramento County District Attorney Dee Ann Marie Schubert, one of nine District attorney statewide investigating, she says This involves some of the state's most notorious

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"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Obviously also made me feel very comfortable. So with that Tangent Oh, my Gosh, Dan Way to shout out to anybody that's listening that went to a conference or that will go to a conference in feel totally alone like you don't know anybody in this is miserable and everybody else knows everybody I had that exact same experience when I was a resident and I thought everybody knows everybody and this is horrible and The truth is will meet everybody and then you'll be tired of meeting everybody. You'll wish that you could go someplace where you didn't know somebody so you didn't have to like wear normal close. So just a just a note of hope to anybody that's listening that feels lonely at a conference just stick with it. I promise there's lots of friends that you're GonNa make, and this is a really fun group to. Climb where? Ever, could find your strength one day yeah man. And I will always hang out with you no matter what you can always count on me Buddy I. Miss Ya. It's been great anyways on that detour. But I, by the way everybody we're in the covert Arrow and we talk if we are going to get out of that because we are super hopeful that eventually happens and we will all convene at a conference and definitely come say hello to the Cardi nerds. Okay. But back to lipids because this is a very important topic, we're going to discuss another case Dilip Philippina is a thirty five year old man with a very strong family history of premature SCV. His PCP sent him to our clinic after Lipid panel showed in L. A. of two hundred and twenty milligrams per deciliter he's otherwise healthy and plays cricket regularly without limitation he's actually confused he's like why am I even seeing a cardiologist I don't have heart problems. Okay. Dr Shawn What would you do for this young man? Yeah. This patient has all the flags that pop up in my mind to signal a familial hypercholesterolemia. He's otherwise young with an extremely elevated. LDL The strong family history in clinic our inquire actually about a first degree family history. Here you know Dec- has he had any first degree relatives with premature cardiovascular disease. I would examine him and I'd look for Zanthoens which are large modular cholesterol, rich deposits under the skin. oftentimes, we see on the tendons or extensive surfaces I look, for example, theme as which are just sharply or smaller, but sharply demarcated cholesterol deposits around the eyelids and for a corneal arcus no rare but some patients have extreme ldl levels. Though sometimes see them and these are just lipid deposits around the cornea and then I would take his clinical history, his family history, his LDL in mind go through what is the without any concrete genetic testing that he actually has a diagnosis of age. The three most commonly used criteria are beat Dutch within network criteria. Med ped- criteria or Simon broom criteria. Now, all three of them take into account clinical genetic laboratory values the most popular in what I use a lot is the Dutch, the network criteria that sort of breaks down into possible probable highly likely it just a range of how likely without concrete genetic testing that they have a age. The one thing I like about it is that you don't necessarily need a genetic test to really in your mind diagnosed somebody with F. Age and genetic testing may not always be positive as there are several mutations we just do not. Know about yet in patients with age mutations that we do know about are those that are on the ldl receptor Ab Molecule, and the PCs canine molecule and these presentations can vary from heterogenous to home as I..

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"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

05:33 min | 7 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

"So you tell somebody okay you're on forty milligrams of Torah and you had some aches will switch you to twenty milligrams of Route Suva Staten, and I think there is a psychological benefit to a smaller pill size and a lower milligram dose now this is. A little tricky. But that those are some of the tricks that I do interesting. Yeah. That's really helpful. Thank you for going over that in I have to say I was really happy to hear both of you use the term. CAC. Score because in our case discussion, you know we talk about the coronary artery calcium score in Israel and restore advocation a bit and we started using the acronym tack. You're fine. It's not like calling it the Bun. It's actually is. Just GonNa pull every expert. Eggs Other we can expect her. So Dr Shot and Avar. Thank you so much. You really highlighted some great points particularly with patient reluctance starting medications and Dr Shahs you mentioned there is so much in the media about side effects of Statin therapy and you know with the field of prevention probably even more. So when patients are actually having symptoms, I can imagine it's really difficult to get started on these medications and so those were some really helpful tips and really highlights also the importance of educating our patients and particularly how caq scores might help in that discussion process. So I want to jump into our next case. For Henry Highland, he's a seventy six year old gentleman with a history of hypertension high EPA -demia, an active tobacco smoker his estimated tenure ascap de risk is forty four point, four percent with a blood pressure of one, thirty, five over seventy, five, a total cholesterol of two, hundred, ten and HDL. Thirty, ldl one forty, his PCP had prescribed tour staten but Mr Hyland stopped it due to Myalgia 's so doctrine of our, we touched about this. A little bit already? What would you recommend for? Mr. Hyland should he be on a statin and if so what steps would you take to manage his staten intolerance? The first thing I'll point out there's a big difference between my Aljaz myopathy. So myalgia is our subjective muscle aches without an elevation in Ck myopathy is an elevation CK accompanied with muscle pain in the rate of myopathy was statins is less than one thousand, the rate of Rab. Domain. Of severe elevations in CK's less than one in ten thousand so that the best way to prevent Statin intolerances to talk to patients about it in advance we know from a lot of studies that a lot of people's Statin intolerances more of a no CBO effect where the fear of the side effect drives them to experience it. Now, it feels really real to the patient but what I tell people before I start, the modest staten is to say look I'm sure that you've heard things about statins in heard that they cause all sorts of horrible things including muscle aches and it is. True that in clinical trials, thirty percent of people who are asked on staten have muscle aches. But if you ask the people who are taking the placebo, thirty percent of people have muscle aches as well. So really there's no difference in clinical trials in myalgia there's a one in ten thousand risk of myopathy but then you have to be careful and say that being said, you're not a population of people you're single person everybody has the ability to have whatever side effects they're going to have, and so if you're one of those unlucky people that truly does have Myalgia with your. Statton the..

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"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

"I really appreciate that. Let's move on to our next patient. Mona. Middleton. Is a sixty two year old woman with a history of Lupus. CK CKD hypertension and obesity without metabolic. Syndrome who presents to the prevention clinic after her younger sister unfortunately suffered a massive am I her estimated tenure Air TVD risk is nine point four percent based on a blood pressure of one forty over seventy total cholesterol to ten HDL thirty and LDL. One forty. She's had a tough time with adverse effects to her lupus medications in the past and she's hesitant to start anything new unless absolutely necessary. So Dr Shaw what would be your approach for Miss Middleton which you recommend a staten and if so how would you counsel patients who have so much reluctance to starting medication yet a great great question and this is also a very common scenario in a lot of prevention clinics. Slob, you have patients like her who have legitimate concerns based on past experiences of side effects and now with so many people better not only on statins but so much that's out there on Google in the media is hard to not hear about things that could be very concerning and I think here is very important to gauge the patient's level of reluctance and sees how willing they would be to take medication also really. Accurately describing the risk because she does just like our last case have some risk answers here. This includes chronic kidney disease history Lamma Disease Immature family, history of ASCAP. And so I would favor statin therapy. In this case because I think that her risk is actually classified to a bit higher than the intermediate risk that the pool cohort equation establishes for her however, it's very born to have that discussion and see will this discussion of explaining these other risk enhancers be enough for her to want to start statin therapy insert situations though patients are still reluctant and in cases. Like this, we have really nice diagnostic tools such as coronary artery calcium scoring that can really help provide a personalized recess meant for a patient especially someone who is either reluctant to starting stanton because they want more information or we don't know what the staten really be beneficial and there's a lot of literature out there in the world of coronary calcium we know that coronary calcium score is independently associated with cardiovascular. Events beyond traditional risk factors, coronary calcium, scoring on on how elevated is can guide us in determining if we want to actually start an aspirin or stand therapy in the primary prevention world, and interestingly there's also a separate ten-year calculator, a risk calculator for agent that had according already calcium. Gore. From the Multi Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis that actually helps reclassify a ten year risk based on a coronary calcium scores. They've gotten to find his calculator for listeners just Google Mesa Emmy Koech risk calculator in just show up is very helpful.

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"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Premature. AFCD. His estimated tenure sub risk is three point five percent. His lifetime risk would be six percent with a blood pressure of one thirty over seventy total cholesterol of to twenty. hdl Thirty ldl one forty. So Darker Shaw, what is your push cardiovascular prevention for patients like Mr Low. Council. Patients regarding lifestyle. Yeah, while great case you know we see this often actually are prevention clinics, Olympic clinics. You know we have here a young person who is otherwise overall low. ASCAP. But has some bad habits that aren't necessarily heart-healthy. Risk factors too such as hyperloop -demia in obesity. Or the more we don't know how active he is, and we have good literature actually showing that sedentary behavior also increases cardiovascular risk. So I. Think an important point here is to remember one key component of the guidelines and that shared decision making because there are certain situations where you would consider treating his cholesterol, which we can.

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"As we get close to the end of our interview. Are there any resources and I can make sure they're Lincoln the show notes People who feel they. They've heard things that are matching up with their symptoms. Are that are really resonating. So they can keep learning or find out more on neurotransmitter specifically. Is that what you're asking? Yeah or even the blood sugar stuff Just kind of starting points of all of this. We have tons of resources on our website with all of that. It's on all tail t FAM- FAM MED MED We have tons of links and resources with that as well as the neuro transmitters and we also cover a lot of these on our podcast which is fearless helped podcasts dot com. Just really going through all of the blood sugar and the neuro transmitter stuff. Somebody that has a great book. I think it really nailed neurotransmitters. One of my favorite books in primer of that was DOT Dottino Korassian on why? My brain isn't working. He did a great overview of a lot of the neurotransmitters as well awesome. I will make sure those are linked in the show notes. People can find them and keep learning Another question I love to ask at the end of interviews is if there's a book or a number of books that have really dramatically impacted your life and if so what they are and why so. That's a great question. What am I favor books? That can only affected my life. You know as we talk about the trauma piece. I lost my mother to ovarian cancer in the end. She was on a hormone replacement therapy. This was before I got into this. You know I think that that was a big driver for her. Ovarian Cancer Her hormone levels on the patch hadn't been re-checked in I think. Twelve years and she continued to use the patch so she died of ovarian cancer stage four was when it was actually finally caught and I read the book dying to be me and that was a very very powerful book about being who we.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Ten percents off any order. This podcast is sponsored by blue blocks that's B. L. U. B. L. X. which is an advanced light filtering. Eyewear Company. You've probably seen pictures of me on social media wearing orange glasses of various types at night. And here's why in nature we aren't exposed to certain types of light after dark specifically blue light because that type of light signals the body that it's daytime that turn suppresses. Melatonin and can interfere with sleep. This is the reason that are really dramatic. Study found that camping for seven days straight with no artificial light at all could actually completely reset and he'll circadian rhythm and help a lot of light related problems like seasonal affective disorder. This is also the reason that I wear orange glasses after dark to block these types of light and protect my sleep which I am adamant about protecting. I also wear a certain types of yellow glasses. An anti fatigue glasses during the day. If I'm on a computer to reduce is not blue. Blocks has orange glasses and yellow glasses. Their orange glasses for nighttime wear are designed to block a hundred percent of the wave links between four hundred meters and five hundred fifty nanometers which are the ones that are studied to interfere with sleep and told him production and Circadian Rhythm. My kids also wear these kinds of glasses at night and I noticed the difference in their sleep as well which is a huge win for a mom. This is especially important when we're watching a family movie at night or looking at any kind of screen as the artificial light there is a source of blue light and can interfere with sleep. You can learn more. They have a.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Things are just all so critical to address. And I think looking at these things you just there's just no shortcuts and I just think it's so important to to heal the body and I laugh People like you have tried to do this myself. But I just couldn't get all the way through it and they're like you know what do you think of that? And you know unless you can read and interpret the testing. He who has himself for a doctor has a full doctor. Because you want it you see what you WANNA see instead of being objected to the situation and then when the work becomes hard a lot of people don't want to go down that path so we avoid you said okay. I can do all the I can do all the the health staff I can. I can take all the supplements but the part that's hardest for us is probably the part that we need to address them. Owes bike the trauma piece? Way When you spoke about that. That's a piece. It's clearly important if you're avoiding that or if that's not the easiest up piece for you to address and where we have a wind. I is is the most important piece yeah. I think that's such a great point and this has been such a great primary into the world of neurotransmitters and I hope that it's also given people hope that this is something that while it may take time and like any true healing in the body. I think does take time. I like the body does want to move back into a state of health and a balance and so it's finding ways to support each of our own bodies in doing that. This episode is sponsored by Everley. Well at home lab test that you can get without a doctor's order. I have used many of their tests in the past and I like to recommend a couple that I have found especially helpful. They have an hoc allergy test for forty of the most common allergens using the same. Cli certified labs that are used by allergist and doctors the Latte every lab you get with them is reviewed by an independent physician and this lab test measures. Ge levels of common allergens including pet dander mold trees grasses and works. But you can do it from your own home. Put just a finger stick. I also really liked their food sensitivity. Test that test for HIV g reactions. This was a big key for me in my own health recovery as there were foods. That didn't show up as an allergy. But that we're causing inflammation me. I use it elimination diet as well but this food sensitivity test build in the missing puzzle pieces for me through my God. I've been able to remove almost all of the sensitivities that showed up on my initial foods activities and the only one remaining for me is X. Finding out that I was highly sensitive to eggs made a huge difference as I was eating them often. They were inexpensive protein. But I feel so much better now that I can avoid eggs and I never would have known this without their tests and again. It's an easy at home. Bigger stick tests that I can use to track fruits and veggies. I also amusing. They're at home. Vitamin D test to keep an eye on vitamin D levels to.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

02:50 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Note about supplements are are doing these things. These nutro-ceuticals is for most people. There should be a beginning and an end with them right. So so let's say we're boosting up neurotransmitter levels. So in certain cases I'll I'll start with certain nutro-ceuticals to boost these things out. But if they have a rampant gut infection all avoid certain things with doing dopamine because it can create such severe toxic byproduct in that creates. That creates a dangerous situation for your brain. So yes I. I very much believe that there should be a beginning in an end. You should have okay. We looked at your testing and we see this going on in your gut level address the gut. And then we're going to move onto something else because you're gut should be healed about that. You know after we do these things these XYZ things we can reach have to make sure that's the case and then we move into these other these other things okay. Wow you know this be vitamin is off and you know this antioxidant off. Okay what else get you know so we have to figure out why boost these APP and then ultimately people just Start to build in. They just feel so much better but were looking at trauma. I think that was really important. Point that you brought up. Were looking at trauma to really stressed out. You know not only the foods that you eat. Blow your blood sugar. But ultimately what's going on in your life was your blood sugar if you're constantly upset in a trauma Bay Situation Church ever GonNa get someone's blood sugar stable. If they hate their job and hate everything about their life you know ultimately you have to look at that piece because stress. Really blow the blood sugar as well. I've had people eat a perfect diet to all of the all of these things right but until they yield the trauma until they are killing. What's going on in their life? Their blood sugar his going to be stable. And so that's going to create such an inflammatory response overall body. These things are just all so critical to address. And I think looking at these things you just there's just no shortcuts and I just think it's so important to to heal the body and I laugh You know people are like you have tried to do this myself. But I just couldn't get all the way through it and they're like you know what do you think of that? And you know unless you can read and interpret the testing. He who has himself for a doctor has a full doctor. Because you want it you see what you WANNA see instead of being objected to the situation and then when the work becomes hard a lot of people don't want to go down that path so we avoid you said okay. I can do all the I can do all the the health staff I can. I can take all the supplements but.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

07:20 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Backup and so Yes absolutely short term. I can certainly see the use but what I see when patients come in after being on. Sri Or you know Anti-depressant is there like you know. I don't feel any lows but I don't feel any highs either. I'm just kind of flat. And oh by the way I'm gaining weight and I don't understand why and so of people come to me in and they say you know how do I not feel bad coming off of this thing. How can I come off of this because I don't believe it serving me anymore in yes? I felt great benefit for the first couple of months but after that I felt like it went flat it or they have to increase their dosage. And then they just don't feel any better in gaining weight. So yes I believe short-term if you're a danger to yourself that's absolutely where the medication came into play but ultimately people chilly really thrive after coming off into presence on in really boosting their own. Our transmitter levels up you know in doing the strategies I just feel like when when it comes to our lifestyle there are really no shortcuts. You can do a medication short-term but ultimately you Kinda you just don't you just feel kind of flat after a while so there's really no shortcuts to health. You have to do the work you have to go through and be like to it. Is it a gut infection? Am I being environmentally exposed? What is my blood sugar? Look like what is my diet. Look like I need to Relabel Sec- what I'm eating. I need to be outside. I need to have great relationships needed to figure out. What's what's causing this this stress or we're my nutrient imbalances. In all of these things create stress on the overall system. We think of stress. We think of A. Wow you know. My marriage isn't going so well or I got in a fight with this person. We really have to look at okay. What is causing overall stress in our system in nutrient imbalances in absolutely 'cause overall stress in our system so so can you know environmental toxins in Silken got issues so really looking at this with a fine tooth comb in in running testing and try not to do this yourself? I people will come in. And they'll say oh. Well you know I've found some saint. John's wart for For serotonin my serotonin levels being low. Okay well I mean that's that's great and and Saint John's wart in helpful. But you're really only looking at a small piece. Like why isn't your Serotonin? Functioning is it. Because you don't have enough saint. John's wart is it. Because some of your vitamins are lacking like we're is there a break in the past way is it because you're exposed to heavy metals that causes all kinds of breaks in our pathways that were not able to create the things that we actually need to create with are transmitters? Do you do despite Osa? So just look at the entire picture to figure out how to boost it up makes total sense and I love that. You mentioned also Light and dealing with trauma because those were actually big keys for me personally. I A habit that I started years ago at the advice of my doctor was just going outside in the morning as soon as possible after waking up and just spending time outside even if it's not sunny it doesn't have to be in the sun but just being in natural light very soon after waking up a matt helped so much my sleep and my mood and is now like a regular part of my life because of that and I think a lot of people discount things like just how much light affects and how much gut healing was a huge thing for me and then for me personally. The last two years were kind of a journey of dealing with trauma. Because I used to have this idea that like I was doing all the physical stuff right and I could just power through and it wasn't until I addressed all of that the mental and emotional side as well that all of those pieces eventually fully Fell into place. I think you're right. I think this is a very holistic broad approach. That's different for every single person that I totally understand why it's tempting to want to just be able to find that single solution in a pill or a medication. But if I've learned anything in these last thirteen years is just how personalized and individualized each of us is. It seems like at the end of the day. Finding our own answers requires that working with someone who knows what they're doing and getting specific testing and then also implementing and trying because each of our own answer is going to be potentially very different. I'm sure you probably see that as well in your practice Yes and I think a lot of people will come in you know with tons of supplements and I think. Why really warn against this is because they tend to be really sick? They're like I went to the vitamin store. I'm eating I'm taking this this and this for this and that for this over here and it's unwinding that that it becomes so challenging because you know supplements can be very powerful. They're very powerful medicine and have to be used in the correct way and so some of the sickest patients I'd I've seen are actually this for this and that for that with with no end in sight and what I think is really important to note about supplements are are doing these things. These nutro-ceuticals is for most people. There should be a beginning and an end with them right. So so let's say we're boosting up neurotransmitter levels so in certain cases I'll start with certain nutro-ceuticals to boost these things out. But if they have a rampant gut infection all avoid certain things with doing dopamine because it can create such severe toxic byproduct in that creates. That creates a dangerous situation for your brain. So yes I. I very much believe that there should be a beginning in an end. You should have okay. We looked at your testing. And we see this going on in your gut. Let's address the gut and then we're going to move onto something else because you're gut should be healed about that after we do these things these XYZ things we can reach have to make sure that's the case. And then we move into these other these other things okay. Wow you know this be vitamin is off and you know this antioxidant off. Okay what else can you know so we have to figure out why boost these APP and then ultimately people just Start to build in. They just feel so much better but were looking at trauma. I think that was really important. Point that you brought up. Were looking at trauma. Truly stressed out. You know not only the foods that you eat. Blow your blood sugar. But ultimately what's going on in your life was your blood sugar if you're constantly upset in a trauma Bay Situation Church ever GonNa get someone's blood sugar stable. If they hate their job and hate everything about their life you know ultimately you have to look at that piece because stress. Really blow the blood sugar as well I've had people eat a perfect diet to all of the all of these things right but until they yield the trauma until they are healing. What's going on in their life? Their blood sugar his going to be stable. And so that's going to create such an inflammatory response overall body. These.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Benefit for the first couple of months but that I felt like it went flat it or they have to increase their dosage. And then they just don't feel any better in gaining weight. So yes I believe short-term if you're a danger to yourself that's absolutely where the medication came into play but ultimately seasonable chilly really thrive after coming off into presence on in really boosting their own. Our transmitter levels up you know in doing the strategies I just feel like when when it comes to our lifestyle there are really no shortcuts. You can do a medication short-term but ultimately you Kinda you just don't you just feel kind of flat after a while so there's really no shortcuts to health. You have to do the work you have to go through and be like to it. Is it a gut infection? Am I being environmentally exposed? What is my blood sugar? Look like what is my diet. Look like I need to Relabel Sec- what I'm eating. I need to be outside. I need to have great relationships. I need to figure out. What's what's causing this this stress or we're my nutrient imbalances. In all of these things create stress on the overall system. We think of stress we think of a while. You know. My marriage isn't going so well or I got in a fight with this person. We really have to look at okay. What is causing overall stress in our system in nutrient imbalances in absolutely 'cause overall stress in our system so so can you know environmental toxins in Silken got issues so really looking at this with a fine tooth? Comb in in running chastain and try not to do this yourself. I people will come in. And they'll say oh. Well you know I've found some saint. John's wart for For serotonin my serotonin levels being low. Okay well I mean that's that's great and and Saint John's wart in helpful. But you're really only looking at a small piece. Like why isn't your Serotonin? Functioning is it. Because you don't have enough saint. John's wart is it. Because some of your vitamins are lacking like we're is there a break in the past way is it because you're exposed to heavy metals that causes all kinds of breaks in our pathways that were not able to create the things that we actually need to create with are transmitters? Do you do despite Osa? So just look at the entire picture to figure out how to boost it up makes total sense and I love that. You mentioned also Light and dealing with trauma because those were actually big keys for me personally. I A habit that I started years ago at the advice of my doctor was just going outside in the morning as soon as possible after waking up and just spending time outside even if it's not sunny it doesn't have to be in the sun but just being in natural light very soon after waking up a matt helped so much my sleep and my mood and is now like a regular part of my life because of that and I think a lot of people discount things like just how much light affects and how much gut healing was a huge thing for me and then for me personally. The last two years were kind of a journey of dealing with trauma because to have this idea that like I was doing all the physical stuff right and I just power through and it wasn't until I addressed all of that the mental and emotional side as well that all of those pieces eventually fully Fell into place. I think you're right. I think this is a very holistic broad approach. That's different for every single person that I totally understand why it's tempting to want to just be able to find that single solution in a pill or a medication. But if I've learned anything in these last thirteen years is just how personalized and individualized. Each of us isn't it. Seems like at the end of the day. Finding our own answers requires that working with someone who knows what they're doing and getting specific testing and then also implementing and trying because each of our own answer is going to be potentially very different. I'm sure you probably see that as well in your practice Yes and I think a lot of people will come in. You know with tons of supplements in I think. Why really warn against this is because they tend to be really sick? They're like I went to the vitamin store. I'm eating I'm taking this this and this for this and that for this over here and it's unwinding that that it becomes so challenging because you know supplements can be very powerful. They're very powerful medicine and have to be used in the correct way and so some of the sickest patients I'd I've seen are actually this for this and that for that with with no end in sight and what I think is really important to.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

03:51 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Eating plays a lot more in in Serotonin as well as with dopamine. So you'll see people were kind of eat mindlessly to increase it and as we get into full blown eating disorders. What we see is most people. Don't feel normal in less. They are eating excessive amounts of food. That's the only time these people with eating disorders are binge eating disorders. Actually feel normal is when they're consuming food and right after that it drops off lower than it does on baseline for everybody else. So it's like you're feeding feeding feeding. You never feel satisfied. And then it drops off much lower and in the only time you can feel normal again is when you're consuming food so this creates a culture of number one binge eating excessive eating. And you don't have that again. Feeling of satisfaction and both Serotonin and dopamine play in in not only sugar consumption but also binge eating as well or eating or over consuming or eating mindlessly. Both of these things are high. When you're eating in the dropped down so much lower when you're not eating Gotcha. Okay that makes sense and I know a lot of people with neurotransmitter issues especially when that leads into things like depression Often turn to medication. And you've mentioned medication. A couple of times. you've also talked about a lot of strategies for boosting it naturally. Do you think there is a time place for medication or like overtime or can we support the body and remove that need? Yes I think. Gosh that is such a good question to yes. There have been cases where people are very suicidal there on the edge and it takes some time to boost some of these things back up. So if you're on the edge her feeling suicidal I mean. Certainly there are a time and a place to really. You know if you're a danger to yourself absolutely it on education medication for a short period of time. That's what it's there for. That's what it was developed for. I'm personally not a fan of long-term an antidepressant strategies. I think that you should be able to make these neurotransmitters you yourself and help yourself instead of being on a medication. Because ultimately with medication these are not boosting your serotonin levels. You know they're keeping Serotonin circulating in your brain but you're not elevating it. That's why when you come off these medications you feel like you're getting brains out. You feel much more depressed than they were before you are actually on the medication and you drop down. So I think it's dropped down to lower than normal levels of Serotonin so it's important to the Serotonin backup and figure out why it's low like what were you exposed to. What happened was trauma situation? That happened why this was low. Were you going through something at the time? Do you have a gut infection and do you know whatever it? Is You know the things are the same. You know the things that depleted are the same as dopamine but addressed those things. Because that's going to be a really important long term strategy to get this boosted backup and so Yes absolutely short term. I can certainly see the use but what I see when patients come in after being on. Sri Or you know Anti-depressant is there like you know. I don't feel any lows but I don't feel any highs either. I'm just kind of flat in. Oh by the way I'm gaining weight and I don't understand why and so do people come to me in and they say you know how do I not feel bad coming off of this thing? How can I come off of this because I don't believe it serving me anymore in yes? I felt great.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:17 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Test that checks. Your home levels for mold is going to mold. We WanNa make sure that the mold inside. The House is not greater than the mold outside. Obviously were exposed to just can a mold in our environment but we just don't want there to be lack mold growing. That is creating all kinds of problems. I think the second thing to get started with sure to go on a I think an elimination diet is really helpful. In most people breaking the addiction you know. Newly limiting processed foods actually limiting processed foods altogether for thirty days and really working on on scene. How you do with that. Some people have also said that light therapy increases your nerd. Transmitters to using a light box in the morning can be very very helpful. You just feeling good I was. I'll never forget I was. I was actually with a friend one day. And she she said I gotta be honest with you. I thought that you know you always been in a good mood and an energized and all of that I thought like I thought that you were faking that and I was like. Oh early and she goes. I didn't realize you really felt like that and I was like. Oh really what changed your mind? And she said actually got a light box and I think that I feel like you. I have all this energy so I mean looking at that and then also think in breaking the addiction. It's beauty really important to run the testing and figure out. Okay what slow. How can you optimize your system to help yourself to figure out? Hey do I have a gut infection? What else could be going on year and I think one of the most important things to do. Overall has become an advocate for your health. You have to read labels. Food Manufacturers are tricky. And they're not going to call out and say you know all the time they're going to get really creative names rice syrup or They're going to say things like sucrose. Like wh what is sucrose. Ultimately you know all of these things high fructose Corn Syrup I think most people are pretty well. Educated that sugar. They're going to be really creative on what they're calling sugar. So I think you know limiting your exposure to all of these things is really important. Start to breaking the addiction in again looking at some of these diet fads. You Know Kito Paleo. I personally do a mix between the two of those I've been a paleo advocate for a long time with you know a little bit of there as well so I think you know some of these things cooking at home watching out how much you go to restaurants. All of those things are really important to kick in this addiction. The I think those are all such great tips and I'll make sure we link. I know you have some resources about this and do as well on some of these topics. I'll make sure all those are linked at Walmart Dot. Fm for any of you guys listening. And I know the other neurotransmitter you mentioned at the beginning that comes into play here is Serotonin. And so I'd love to understand. Like how do the two of those play together or separately? And then what kind of approach do we need to dress? Serotonin as well yeah. Great I'm Serotonin is powerful. Lot of people have heard more about Serotonin. Because if somebody feels you know serotonin plays like the traditional depression Mike. While I can't get a bed that looks a whole lot. More like a Serotonin. Lot of people have heard a. Sri Is selective. Serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Right you know that they'll go to their doctor and get these quote unquote antidepressants. And so you know there. There has been a higher understanding of Serotonin. Let me just run through a few of the symptoms. I will tell you on running testing. I have only ever seen one person that actually had full neuro transmitter junction on both Serotonin and dopamine. But they had severe brain inflammation that made them feel like they didn't have it so almost every person I've seen has low transporter function across the board but here are some of the signs and symptoms losing pleasure and hobbies and interests overwhelmed with ideas to manage dealings of interracial anger feelings of paranoia feeling sadder down for no reason..

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Addictive. You want more. You had a pleasurable feeling when you ate that food and you're like well. I like that restaurant while I like that brand of X. Y. and Z in the manufacturers. No or the restaurants. No you're going to buy more. You're going to eat more because sugar is so highly addictive and there's even been some some chatter that it's more addictive than drugs. People that have stopped drugs. That use sugar now. They say that it's harder to get off of the hardcore drugs if they were doing so really looking at stabilizing. Those blood sugar levels is incredibly critical. The next thing that we see with transmitters is you have to have the right nutrients in your system to make dopamine cry so people always ask me okay. Well what can I take to get more to open mean in my system and it's it's really not that simple because you can make yourself sicker by? By using some of these things you can increase brain inflammation that will ultimately create something that we call quinolinic acid in the system right and that can lead to scary scary conditions like brain degeneration dementia. Ls Things that you just do not want to bridge that things. You just absolutely do not want so. I'm not going to give recommendations on how to increase dopamine but I will say that simple things contribute to the making of Dopamine. Certain B-VITAMINS ARE METHYLATION. Pathway is really important. Believe it or not vitamin C and copper are used in the making of dopamine looking in and also terracing looking at all these things you have to make sure there are in the correct balance and we run a test called organic acids test or you can also run a nutrition test just to see where these levels are. As a general rule. Most people are very very low in vitamin C in fact Some of the experts have said that we'RE GONNA see a recurrence of scurvy ultimately. I'm here pretty soon. And with you. Know the epidemic. That's going on here. You Know Vitamin C. And a lot of the studies about their countries protect people especially like his own wall or inner Venus doing it with a with an ID so we are incredibly incredibly low in vitamin C. In in looking at those levels also be six is incredibly low in huge amount of the population. So figuring out you know running that testing to figure out where the nutrient imbalances are and what can be pushed to actually make dopamine another thing that they have shown is trauma is actually linked t to having lower than normal dopamine again also Limiting your processed foods eating organic eating clean foods you know because we know that chemicals in an environmental exposure will also deplete these neurotransmitters. Any sort of inflammation will also deplete these neurotransmitters. Anything systemically. The you have going on. That could be you know creating stress on your system. So that's a lot of things so it's about fixing the body first and then all these other things will fall into place that makes sense and go a little deeper and tease apart. A couple of things that you said. So I love that you brought up lead sugar and hyper hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia. And I'd love to go into a little bit more detail on this about testing. I think this is something I definitely had when I was younger especially as a teenager and something. I don't have now even when I do long fast. My blood sugar is extremely stable. And I'm curious what approach you take to managing with your patients just myself my own data. I often will test. My Fasting Blood Glucose with it just at home glucose meter times a month. Just because I feel like that's a pretty good baseline at something. I WANNA to keep an eye on mind usually about like eighty seven which is arranged kind of where I wanted but I also test the H. B. One A. C. or the Hemoglobin Z every few months. Just to have that marker as well but I'm curious for people at home listening. How can they know if they might be hypoglycemic or hyper glycemic? And how can they pay attention to their blood sugar? First off those are super great comments. I do what you do. I send people home with Qatar and I have them check it fasting and then I also have them check it about an hour and a half to two hours. After they've eaten so first thing fasting. I like to see fasting. Blood Glucose around eighty three to eighty seven. So that's when you first wake up in the morning. That is not having coffee in just seemed that number is I will generally run an overview blood tests just to get an idea and on the overview blood tests. You know you're going to check things like like just regular glucose which is a snapshot in Time of where Your Glucose is and hemoglobin a. One C. Which shows us a measure of really where you've been for the last three months so it gives us a little bit longer term data.

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"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"And I like to recommend a couple that I have found especially helpful. They haven't at home allergy test for forty of the most common allergens using the same. Cli certified labs that are used by allergist doctors the Latte every lab you get with them as reviewed by an independent physician and this lab test measures levels of common allergens including pet dander mold trees grasses and more but you can do it from your own home with just a finger stick. I also really liked their food sensitivity test that test for ITT reactions. This was a big key for me in my own health recovery as there were foods that didn't show up as an allergy but that were causing inflammation. I use it elimination diet as well but this sensitivity test build in the missing puzzle pieces for me through healed my God. I've been able to remove almost all of the sensitivities that showed up on my initial foods activity test and the only one remaining for me is X. Finding out that I was highly sensitive to eggs made a huge difference as I was eating them often. They were inexpensive protein. But I feel so much better now that I can avoid eggs and I never would have known this without their tests and again. It's an easy at home. Finger stick tests that I can use to track foods titties. I also amusing their at home. Vitamin D test to keep an eye on vitamin D levels to see if I need to. Supplement. You can check out those at all of their tests at wellness mama dot com or slash go forward slash. Everley well. That's E. V E R L Y W E L. Wallace Mama Dot com forward slash. Go forward slash Everley well and use the Code Mama. Ten M Ama. Ten upper case for ten percents off any order. This podcast is sponsored by blue blocks that's B. L. U. B. L. O. X. Which is an advanced filtering company. You've probably seen pictures of me on social media wearing orange glasses of various types at night. And here's why in nature we aren't exposed to certain types of light after dark specifically blue light because that type.

"ann marie" Discussed on The Savvy Creative

The Savvy Creative

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"ann marie" Discussed on The Savvy Creative

"And I never would. That was a successful movement in my life. She said thank you. That's all. She said the tears and then she hugged me and I hugged her. We could hug then That was a successful moment in my life. I still remember and I thought thank you God for giving me a chance to take something that I have put away and to bring it into the sunshine to help someone else. Thank God for that. Opportunity for me. success is defined by the quality of our low. I write inspirational books. I told you and I want to inspire people to believe in themselves to love themselves. You you can't love anyone else to you love you now. What does that mean? No listen to that EGO MANIAC KNOWNS. It's realizing how extraordinarily made we are. We are made in the image and likeness. Some God Gra Miracles. When you get that. You'll realize you're not so bad able to see the goodness and beauty in other people. Even those you don't agree. Is that helpful? Oh some beautiful. In fact I I love that. It's every like real authentic connection that just turn around someone's grieving or someone's you know it's turning around someone's day joy like bringing joy in that dark moment like the fact that that is the success we over. I think we we look for other things that might be a little bit more shallow to define success but human connection that can bring joy that success work has never defined me and I have a family. It's very quick to humbly. What get your morons right? I love that they keep you humble and we need the because everything. We are everything we have. All against our successes are writing comes from. Yeah I absolutely love that. Thank you for sure our creative minds. You can pick up her book on Amazon and all other major retailers and you can find out more about Amurri at author Anne Marie Hancock Dot Com. Thank you for joining us today and go just embrace joy in through all this madness. Don't forget the joy 'cause that is really going to kill your stress creative minds until then keep creating and we will see you on the next episode..

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"ann marie" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

Angela Yee's Lip Service

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"ann marie" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

"It does seem like that wanted out by she looking like Elsa y'all know people gave amy free close to show off the merchandise. Well you know this is a big knife as right. That's right. This is our last show is been a lip service to our we started. I think October twenty eighth and so we've been on the road this whole entire time. You know turn turn it on underwear inside out no kidding. I'm kidding weird panties. So why Angela did you really do Of course now I bought new underwear. Connie and all the jokes come from the truth somewhere okay Nice Massimo Lori L.. So I just had I but I do. I've been getting laser hair removal. There's a little bit of here. That's peaking back in so I can't wait to take care of. Listen I'm just being honest this right. How many people here wax? Okay do laser. WHO DOES LASER ME in a couple of times just shave? I heard a guy say as I said I just shaved shot for Manscaping Why you're laughing? There's a whole lot of your their men that need to be manscaping.

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Bayer to phase out Essure birth control device in U.S.

WSJ What's News

02:39 min | 2 years ago

Bayer to phase out Essure birth control device in U.S.

"This is Ann Marie for totally New York. Economists are optimistic about growth in the second quarter. We're going to be looking really closely at the GDP report on Friday that's going to give us our first look at how the economy performed overall in the second quarter. GDP is one of several key reports out this week, Wall Street Journal reporter, Ben loop store f- joins us from Washington with a preview of the week ahead in just a moment. I, these news headlines. Oil industry executives are pointing to signs that international activity is picking up the chief executives of Schlumberger, and Baker Hughes, say, international customers are pursuing large projects and further exploration. Plus there are more equipment orders. Oil demand has been rising and is expected to hit one hundred million barrels a day soon, but concerns about global supply persist. Amid instability in Libya and Venezuela. Baier has announced it will stop selling its birth control implant ashore. Later this year, the company says the decision is due to declining sales, not safety and efficacy concerns about the permanent birth control device. Two years ago, the food and Drug administration required Bayer to add a warning to the device after studies linked it to pain and other health issues. America's factory towns were once predominantly democratic, but now the majority are controlled by Republicans Wall Street Journal, senior editor, Bob Davis says that's because manufacturing wants an industry of big cities like Pittsburgh and Cleveland has now shifted out of them. Manufacturing moved all over the country to eggs urban areas, twenty thirty miles outside of big cities. Next to highways. Those areas tended to be Republican and that sense. That's how the Republican party inherited and became the party of manufacturing. Davis says in nineteen Ninety-two fifteen of the twenty. Most manufacturing intensive congressional districts were controlled by Democrats. Now, all twenty of those districts are under Republican control. The Trump administration's efforts to roll back. The Affordable Care Act are creating divided healthcare landscape with some states fighting against the efforts and other supporting them. Some conservative leaning states are moving to impose work requirements on Medicaid. While those led by Democrats are working to preserve parts of the ACA like penalizing those who don't buy health insurance. The Trump administration has failed to repeal the.

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