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Fresh update on "atkins" discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Oftentimes it's going to be at the neck or is going to be at the shaw read at the top of the shoulder or shoulder joint. Sometimes it's in the elbow. Sometimes it's coming because see what makes up the carpal tunnel. Is those two bones of the radius. And that's what makes the elbow is those particular bones. The radius in the all know at the elbow site are the two jobs but those some same bones go down to in the owner is on the pinky and the radius is under the thumb side. And that's what makes up the carpal tunnel. Was those two bones. That are there so a lot of times. The wrist is or the elbows out of place in those bones oughta place so doing an adjustment of literally cracking persons elbow cracking the wrist oftentimes relieves that and they can feel like oh what like their hands are all numb or tinguely and a good adjustment at the necker shoulders of like that. It's like suddenly there are an wouldn't that be better than surgery. Like you can't take back surgery and i've snow so many people who i know people have had done two three times and now they have so much scar tissue. They're that they're just they're miserable. They're like they wish they had never done it. And so this is a good way in terms of getting to it without ever doing it You know it's something that's worth looking into Another question here. Jason eagle your natural authority. As i said we're gonna talk about the blood type people often ask you know about the blood tape diet. What do you think about that as we get into different blood types. And there's what's called blood type. O blood type a there's blood type b and there's blood type ab now we get into these where we get into positives. Negative either gonna talk about that because that's a little bit more depth than that means doing something but we're just gonna take a wide shot in terms of let's just deal with just the letters on their own and so what they talk about is they they talk about. It's based upon. Even the genetics in terms of what people formed i so they believed that the very first type was actually type boat. You would think as i know what they say. Oh was i and the always the caveman. So the blood type o as you more of a carnivore by nature thank caveman. You need to consume high protein foods like meat and fish. Fruits and vegetables are also very good for you. You need to limit your intake of grains beans and lagoons. that's why a firms that are blood type o they do better on the atkins type of diet the high protein and when they do eat things like the beans and they get very gassy. So that's why you'll find a lot of like say the anglo saxon whites. Let's say you're well you come from england. He those people beans like you would see the latinos and they become rocket power thinking so gase of because their intestines cannot digest. they have actually shorter intestines. People that are carnivores have shorter intense. Testi- which means from food to poop is much shorter period of time. Why because meet builds a very very bad toxin so like a Like a dog or a cat they have shorter intestines than let's say a cow so the plant based things. Or let's say even let's say people. But from the latinos the mexican americans and mexicans were the The mayans and stuff like that. They have literally longer intestines..
The rise in Americans' food insecurity
"For so many Americans who are having trouble putting food on the table. Food insecurity has been on the rise during the pandemic. Kay what abuse? Lynn Atkins tells US researchers have found another more another reason that we need to tackle this crisis. Food insecurity is one of the nation's leading health and nutrition issues, and it's killing us, according to doctors to meet Kitana. Instructor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in the U. S for non elderly adults, So that's the 22 64 year old population with increases in food and security levels. There was an increase in death from cardiovascular disease, and this was after accounting for changes in several other factors like unemployment rates in an area poverty levels. Changes in the racial and ethnic demographic and profiles etcetera, he says. One reason for this deadly association could be that those who can't afford to put healthy food on the table. Also, like the money to buy the heart medications prescribed by their doctors. Lynn Egg Kids, K Y.
Family: Comedian Sinbad recovering from recent stroke
"The popular comedian and actor is facing a health crisis Sindbad has suffered a stroke word of that comes from his family in a statement to the Associated Press the family says the stroke was recent but doesn't provide the date place for details of any effects at this drop me off hand the statement does however say that Sinbad is beginning his road to recovery and that they are optimistic he will be bringing laughter back into their lives soon Sinbad born David Atkins is sixty four he's known for his work in stand up comedy and has appeared in TV sitcoms like a different world and in several movies the family is asking for privacy unlockables Gabriel
Promising MS treatment may reduce symptoms and severity of the disease
"For for people people that that are are battling battling N N s. s. K K y. y. The The Because Because Lin Lin Atkins Atkins tells tells about about researchers researchers discovering discovering this new tool and S is a disease of the nervous system that causes pain and fatigue affecting coordination and vision. People are often diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50. Dr. Mohammed Rostami, chairman of the department of Neurology at Thomas Jefferson University, says there are therapies now, but they often leave patients unable to fight disease and infection. He's found success by injecting cultured protective cells into mice. We have done this in animal model of M s. And we have shown that if you do this treatment, we can suppress disease which is similar to M s, by the same time keep the rest of the immune system intact to fight infection. He admits This wouldn't be a cure, but it could reduce symptoms and the severity of the disease. Lynn Adkins, K Y. W News radio on the
The Godmother of Rock n Roll
"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcasts for ladies and gents who have cooled trivia and sticking it to annoying teams at pub quiz virtual or. Otherwise we're your hosts i'm lauren. I joel lloyd. Today i want to. I'm really excited about my topic. Is the best. The kind just like flew through it which is so nice. you know. we've talked about this before but sometimes a big topic. And you're like this to like i just have to finish and torture. And it's the worst and it always ends up being fine one record but the process is catered december. Was that was a that was tough. I apologize for that guys by the way may be on on twitter. I'm gonna tell you this. We did not talk about the at a time but she said what about disaster december. Another uplifting twenty. She was like maybe not something that. That terrible for trials like bridget to jewel. It's a pretty good idea. We can put it on the. I think it's a good idea. She put on the list. So thanks max. Yeah we can do with that. Yeah there's less than we could do that anyway so this is not a disaster. Now this is also something very nice and very fun. And i didn't know a lot about this person when i started researching doing research but it sounds like an amazing person. Today i'm going to be doing an episode on sister. Rosetta tharp the godmother of rock. And roll. gentlemen at this time. Take pleasure at bring it to you. It's one of the world's greatest got save us and get but you also inevitable sister rosetta. So she was amazing so at the top. I'm going to cite my sources. So i got a lot of this information from a documentary from the bbc. Call just just called the story of sister. Rosetta tharp why gild the lily. But the best part. Is you know. Obviously all of the people that they interviewed are american. But the narrator is very posh british so hearing her say things like cotton plant. Arkansas is just It's delicious so regardless anyway sister. Rosetta tharp was born in cotton. Plant arkansas to cotton picking parents. Katie bell knew bin and willis atkins sister arps. Birth name is unknown but researchers have found that it was probably rose ether atkins or atkinson. Okay little is known of her father's well except that he was a singer. Apparently he was like okay. Singer tharp mother. Katie was also a singer and a mandolin player. Deaconess missionary and women's speaker for the church of god in christ from here on out will be called kojak. It's true it's a real real church of god in christ. It's shorten to kojak That was founded in one thousand nine hundred four charles harrison mason who is a black pentecostal bishop and who encouraged rhythmic musical expression dancing in praise and allowing women to sing and teaching church so at the time it was very progressive. It was very musical. There's a lot of energy so kojic is known for that was known for that. Then it is known for that now. so encouraged by her mother tharp against singing and playing the guitar as little rosetta. New been at the age of four and was cited as a musical prodigy right that so around. Nineteen twenty one. When she was six she had joined her mother as a regular performer in a traveling evangelical troop so she was billed as a singing and guitar playing miracle and she accompanied her mother and performances. That were part sermon and part gospel concert before audiences across the american south so in the mid nineteen twenty stop and her mother finally settled in chicago illinois where they performed religious concerts at the roberts temple. Kojak on fortieth street occasionally traveling to perform at church conventions throughout the country so rosetta developed considerable fame in this as a musical prodigy standing out in an era where prominent black female guitarists were rare.
Fatal police shooting of 21-year-old Black man sparks protests
"York or happening throughout the weekend after Clark County sheriff's deputies shot and killed a young black man Thursday night. Coverage is Hannah Scott Reports. Dozens of protesters were met with a massive police presence last night as they flock to the shooting scene as word of 21 year old Kevin Peterson's death spread like wildfire on Social media nearly 24 hours after the shooting, Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins making this commitment participate as much as I can in ensuring that there is a complete throwing independent determination of what happened. How it happened and what could be learned from this incident. Sheriff's deputies involved in a drug investigation were after an armed suspect who shot at them when they return fire. But that contradicts what some witnesses are saying and the police chief of the homos has asked anyone who wants to protest there to leave their guns at home. In an open letter posted on Facebook Chief Robert Palmer said he supports people's rights to protest that he stands against racism. He went on to say that when guns get involved, it creates an uncomfortable distraction for my officers. Who are called to respond to the situation. He also clarified that citizens have no legal authority to stop anyone from doing anything and direct intimidation of otherwise peaceful protesters could subject you to arrest
"atkins" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
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"atkins" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Atkins. I'm going to make She said, Angelica, didn't you just say you got baptized this year? You have to be Muslim to make Hodge and I figured my strict Christian mother father. Wouldn't let me attend. So I set my sights on more attainable pursuits like winning the third grade spelling bee and convincing Mario Lumpkins that he was indeed in love with me. But James of Hajj re surfaced when I was a sophomore in college, I had become disenchanted with the church that I had grown up in, and I happened upon that same picture that Ms Atkins has shown us in our third grade class. And I set out to understand the wonders of Islam. I was going to prove this religion wrong. Know what I found was a practicality, simplicity and elegance that stole my heart. And at the age of 23 4 years after I set off on my spiritual quest, I found myself kneeling in front of the Senegalese in man in a northwest Detroit Cape Cod style bungalow, saying the shahada A Muslim declaration of faith. It was six years later that I met my husband now, unlike every other Muslim woman I knew at the time I was not trying to get married. I wanted to travel the world. See the sides teach dance. I didn't want to be tied down. But my friend Freddo, said Angelica, you need to get married. Look, my husband has a friend. He's really tall. He's cute. He's smart. You'll love him, so she set me up on a blind date at her house. I showed up four hours late for the day. He showed up five hours late, and she was right. He was everything that she said he was. He was smart. He was funny was engaging, handsome. Out on 5 11 and he's 56. Wasn't exactly tall, but well, Fargo's didn't know is that I love Xenia Bite size.
Age of Calamity Is a Hyrule Warriors Sequel and a Breath of the Wild Prequel
"And welcome to Nintendo voice ITN's Nintendo podcast. I'm your host Casey Freedom in this week I'm joined by Brian Tano. Hey, Lee. Back on that from games come. Hey what's up? Hairstyle. So here. I am also here I'm also here well, I got I got busted I was still working when the show started. So a lot of people will see what I look like when I'm typing emails. I. See. Her. But this week, we will be talking about higher warriors age of calamity, how we really feel about Super Mario Three D all-stars being limited release in ramifications behind that move and of course about how much it costs but I believe the obviously the biggest news this week I mean besides some other big news but we don't really care about that on the show is higher warriors age calamity. Is Coming on November twentieth. Your. Game. I mean in it comes out the day after Cyberpunk I'm not happy about that. Yeah that seems like a mistake. Yeah. So I will I will say that like this was this was a surprise for sure right like this is in a in a year full of things leaking constantly. This was pretty awesome surprised to find that there's essentially a prequel to breadth of the wild coming to Nintendo switch. If, I just defined as that than. Most excited man in the world but this is a game in from tecmo Koei. It is a a warrior style game akin to hurry warriors and viral. Euros is that was called. which is Great. If you wait is it let's get that. Right? Is it heroes the one on the phone or is heroes the one? I ever warriors is the one on on. Okay I see you out there. Firing them sub. Read it. Relax. We got it. Right. Thank you. Thank you for having my back on that one pair your. That's happening. You saw. WanNa drought. Running back if you wanna see pair absolutely roast Brian Yeah No, you totally left me at the dry there. You're know if I ever move on a call Atkins accent come over and helping move and not you because you were not close friends. Resent. It is really difficult to keep the names of the warriors franchise straight right they. They're all of these games are so different in name. Yet they're all part of the warriors. Franchise. Dynasty. High rule yet and Hans maybe the fire emblem game is called find bloom heroes. Okay No, it's warriors. Okay. Let's move on. Somebody offer discord call. I WanNa worry a warriors game. So I from what I've been seeing overall people have been accepting this overall positively I think if this was part of a bigger directs I, think people would have seen the beginning of this thought it was brought to the while to and then been kind of like. Hey. Can I don't know taken by surprise? It's not what they're expecting but because they were upfront, it was a standalone announcement. It's able to kind of shine on its own and not to be in the shadow of what people really really wrong because now it's just a cool bonus. I understand why they did it the way that they did, but I have to say that. Having our Numa start this statement by. We know that people have been waiting for news about breath of the wild for a very long time. It's so cruel what A. Roller coaster of emotions man that was like Oh. My God Oh, I see I see. I, for some reason I did not I was not expecting any news on Zelda and so when he appeared I'm like Cool Zelda pick cross or something right? Like he I instantly when I saw him I somehow instantly knew it was going wasn't going to be the the sequel but I thought they handled the announcement really well, you know they set the set the stage saying it's GonNa be a while until you hear more information about the next game, but here's something to you over and. You know like I played the last Jairo Warriors, fired it up the you know. Yesterday and played a bunch with my daughter and it's like these games are good. We gave them seven Slat think Casey you reviewed one right. So Jose reviewed the original gave it a seven I. reviewed the definitive edition on the switching. Gave it a seven point five for good I know that our scale doesn't. Follow that anymore. But if I had to either up down, I, would honestly probably bump it up to an eight down to a seven. I, think the amount of content in that game is astounding even though it is kind of repetitive I mean it's Musso game for Games, Dynasty Warriors. You're just fighting hordes of enemies, but with highrise finish edition you you got like thirty one characters and right off the bat you had sixteen to choose from, and then on top of that, the story is actually. Even, completely off the wall in bonkers ridiculous. It was still pretty There's a to it and there are a lot of really interesting. man I'm drawing a blank cut scenes that kind of gave more personality to allow the characters and they brought characters from all of the different Zelda game. So I really enjoyed it and on top of that, you got a regular legends. Zelda map to explore where you could. There's a lot to go read the rape. Yeah, it's an. replaying it I. I was struck by how much fun it is. It is fun to just kinda slash these hordes of enemies and like get bigger specials and you know switching between characters unlocking more. There is a there's a lack of the final tweak and finish that Zelda Games known for right like just even the way the camera fields is just super. Janki to me like by default he can tweak a lot in this game, which is great. Right? Like everything just is a little Jane he still. Including the whole like I've mentioned this before it sometimes feels like a Zelda imposture thing you look at the characters saying something is wrong with the way they. Look and all of that but as a silly. Game it works and then case you exactly right. It's like this game is all about volume. It's all about like hordes of enemies and it's all about hordes of rewards like when you finish level, it's almost like this like giant treasure chest monster comes forward and just barth items out it's just like you. Blew. You finish a level has just list after list of these things in you hitting the button to get through all of them right? which is completely different from Zelda game where it's like you find the hook shot and it's like this momentous occasion that's you over the next two hours. Like to me Zelda has always been about I think most people about you know exploration
Sports Strike Against Racism
"This summer athletes have taken the lead by using their platforms to stand up against police brutality. The WNBA, has consistently protested throughout the year with numerous players even sitting the season out and on August twenty, six, twenty, twenty, four years after Colin Kaepernick began his anthem protests something historic happened athletes across the board streit and refuse to play today we're discussing reactions to this incredible moment in sports. This is the not. On August Twenty Third Jacob Blake was shot seven times in the back by police in Kenosha Wisconsin where we're calling this episode on. August twenty seven twenty twenty the day after the Milwaukee Bucks and players from the NBA WNBA NFL. Major League Baseball Major League soccer and tennis champion Naomi Osaka all refused to play or practice in an unprecedented strike in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake the NBA postponed the playoffs for two days. The first time that games have been postponed in this manner since Bill Russell led a strike in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one after a day of deliberation players in the. NBA. Playoff Games pending further action. You're excited I. Know You're excited for sports to return obviously, this season has been one of a kind and unprecedented in. So many ways I want to know how do you feel now the players are using their platform in this way to be honest I feel this very strange sense of excitement. I need some really tragic kind of set of circumstances but I have been feeling conflicted after NBA Games kind. Came back I had been motivated by occurrences like kyrie irving standing in solidarity with Wnba players saying like Oh actually, I'll pay your salary. If you don't feel like you can play whether it's you know a reaction to corona virus or your desire to protest how support seeing. Lebron Kinda start almost every post game interview with a demand to arrest the cops that killed Brianna. Taylor. That made me really happy Siamese. Floor of the same energy that we have tours. Justice for Briana told, even seeing black lives matter on jerseys and in the court kind of made me feel a little better. I realized yesterday that this was the inspiration really been waiting for but now I'm wondering what comes next of course, how were you reacting to everything? You know I'm not like the world's biggest sports fan I do. I am a fan of black women and so seeing the WNBA protests. Throughout this year, but especially, the summer that felt released significant. Still I've always hesitant to look to athletes during these like highly political moments just because it's not the job that they set out to do. But you know as I started to see people sharing statements aerial Atkins from the Washington mystics we're going to say, well, we need to say and people need to hear that. They don't support us I'm fine with that. At the end of the day I'm GonNa make them good anywhere that I have to it basketball. It's not. Just what it is Chris Weber's telecast if not now when Not doing a pandemic. and. Countless lives being lost if not now when that is me in tears so lucid in that moment and so real and also just seeing how so many other sports leagues join them in protests were. Teased. Happen I mean it just shows. The hate people's heart. The thing is though is that as we were starting to develop this episode today so much has changed already in that the players in the NBA have agreed to return to playing the playoff season. Later, this week I don't think that all the progress is gone but I'm wondering what what happens. Now you know thought that same whiplash like I said, I felt like this was finally the type of inspiration leadership that I've been hoping to see from such a wide body players. Leaks, cross-border. It was truly abused beautiful, and I think now we need to do more I'm hoping that that since this is now on the table, players can put more pressure on owners to. Work with the people they are most connected to some of the richest and most powerful people in this nation are in the speed dial of most NBA owners even just the day if feels effective part of I, think resuming the season was the players putting pressure on the NBA to address the social unrest we've been dealing with all summer in some ways. So they started a foundation that's dedicated to investing in black causes. They're giving hundreds of millions of dollars they've given like you know the players, some approved protest phrases that they can use. They can put black lives matter on the courts and things like that and what I liked about this moment is at the NBA players were like that's what I usually do. And that's actually still not enough. So I'm hoping that we can see continued forward motion in that way something that I enjoy in this moment was seeing the NBA take the WNBA's league they have been holding it down all your curves pressing in. So many ways the thing is, is that WNBA, players, they don't make as much money as NBA players do they have really put their necks out there for social justice speaking up. Protecting black lives in many ways, it seems in some ways that they have more to lose by doing it. You know I am maybe two degrees below cautiously optimistic. That is a lot better than cynical, which is where I was before.
How this Busy Mom Created Play Pits All-Natural Deodorant for Kids
"Hey guys. Welcome. Welcome back to the show today in the guest chair we have Szanto Powell as a busy working mom and wife Chantal found herself shuttling her son Cameron Between Summer Basketball Camp and football practice. She quickly noticed that he was starting to smell like a grown man because he was sweating buckets under his armpits and that's when her innovative mindset kicked in and she came up with the idea for her side hustle. Shantelle. Decided to develop an all natural deodorant for her son and so play pits. The brand was born. Play pits is a one hundred percent all natural deodorant for active kids. It's free of aluminum parabens, synthetic fragrances, and other harsh chemicals. While, it can be used on the most gentle skin types. It also packs a strong punch against. In today's episode Shantelle breaks down how she tested outplay pits on family to get feedback how customer demand led her to evolve from children's. To An adult deodorant line as well and how she did it all wild side hustling. Let's get right into it. What made you decide to start side hustling? Well, at always head entrepreneur spirit I've always been a in a way of a rule breaker in someone who never really believed in the whole nine to five lights But you know like you Kinda fall into certain areas where you have to work because you know if you like need student loans and so you know you just you go to work because you have to do all like APP always just had the spirit to kind of be my. Own boss in worked for Maso in. So that's kind of how I got this whole world of working for myself in started off with me having a sad live on styling people on the side. Okay. So what was your initial career path was it fashioned centric? Yes. So I went to school for fashion merchandising I went to clear Landing University in a mild degree I just wanted to basically I tell people so funny I just wanted to do the window displays merchandise the mannequins at macy's. All. Right. So creative yet. Yes. So I'm a creative person in cell you at just wanted to make the displays in the mannequins. Look Cute. But when I was in Mayes junior year in college needed a internship in one of my professors put in such with Tallow Perry studios for their costume department in. So then get kind of opened a whole new world to me in. So that's how I entered the world film and TV is that what you currently do your film and TV Silas? So, Ama- assistant costume designer in so I've been in the industry for over ten years. working is a costumer in noun assistant costume designer. Interesting this is so cool. Any realized that's what you also you totally do. So I'm doing this thing now where I don't over research people like this surprise and delight element for me when I talk to you guys. And that is. So that is such a fun. Career. So then what made you? To do this completely different world of creating a body product specifically for kids. How did that come about? Well, I came home to a smelly little way. God I imagine Mustang Cameron. The inspiration of platelets he's in i. mean he since he was four years old, he played flag football basketball t-ball cross in. So He's always been super sport cinch against super like we. We're so promoting his active lifestyle, but one day at six years cameron literally got in the car in that door swung shut. It was like his older just hit me and I was like wait you're six like what just happened he smell horrible in. So I just refuse to settle for having a smelly little boy in my house in. So addition researching it wasn't any naturally onerous on the market that I really was interested in that I felt like he would wear daily. In, been the other traditional deodorants on the market they're toxic they're horrible for you. So I didn't want put that ingredient that prodigal mass sweet baby boy even he smelled like a grown man I didn't want to use the products that grown men were using. So I just got in the kitchen made him a product I love that as as you were doing your research, what is it about? What was currently out there in the natural deodorant space that that made you that you didn't like for your own child. So it was so serious like you look at the packaging you look at the you know everything was just so serious and so boring that I just like. My little baby he's not GonNa do this every day and needed a product that I will be confident that you know why? 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"atkins" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast
"Welcome everybody to another exciting episode of the Tony Murphy podcast minus Tacky County, your host or those of you that do not know what I do I own base business owners, how to leverage technology to grow their business using the power of the Internet. This is episode number thirteen question for all of you listening how many of you love to write if you answered no than you're GonNa love this interview Genoa's welcome to the podcasts. Hello thank you for having me. Yes, Jen. Thank you for making some time. How are how are we today? Just great and yourself doing good. It's a beautiful day a little warm today. Yeah a little warm. Well, Jenny tell me. What you do like tell me a little bit of voucher. So I know you've got an interesting business. my company is called ambitions and what my company does is how other companies? Individuals and authors. relate their messages. So that's through writing or editing I will help them. Create messages that resonate with their customers and with our audiences. So. You're a writer. I am a writer and editor. Yes really. That's an. That's an interesting business I love that. So, Graham what's that? I said great me too. How how long have you been doing this whole writing business? My company has been in existence since the beginning of two, thousand, eighteen. So January two, thousand, eighteen, I officially started my business but I have been freelancing full time since Probably. Early. Twenty. Seventeen. Before I was I was in communications pretty much my whole career, I've. Worked in various? Industries and In various capacities. In Communications. Awesome. So why? Why Writing Gen Y. get into writing why not took inger some other career. Clearly, you have not been over to my house for dinner I've always been. Interested in language and reading and writing, it's just always been a strength of mine and You know I like to joke that. Might you know I have two sisters who are both in accounting and they got all of the math jeans and I got all of the language gene so You know it's just something that I've always loved to do and I decided to make a career out of it. Awesome. Then how's that been going since you started? You know what it's going pretty will I've been. Since I. Started, I've kind of been honing My craft and kind of focusing in on what I really liked to do and who I really liked to work with So it's you know it keeps evolving business as a growing business but it's great. Awesome. So while we're on the topic who is that you liked to work with? Who's your ideal client someone.
Masks, Covid & Nutrition Highlights
"Hey thanks for listening I'm your host, Samantha Leigh Right today, we have a slightly different kinds of episode coming your way in light of all of the things happening with covid nineteen. I, wanted to do a special episode highlighting the foundations of Health for you all focused around the corona virus really wanted to cover the topic of mask specifically because there's so many questions that people have centered around mask right now and I know that I, personally have been wanting some clarity around. How mask are effective why are people saying sometimes, they're not and what the debate on both sides, and then also specifically, what else can we be doing in our lives to boost our immune systems protect ourselves from the scary seaward that's going around right now. So today's episode unlike most of our shows don't focus a lot around the topic of central oils but I really wanted the opportunity to talk to Dr Furman whose work I really admire if you're not familiar with his work. I think you're really going to like what he has to say. So we'll get to that interview soon. But first, let's talk about essential oils for a little while I wanted to share my favorite oils from this past week. Am that has been the thieves chest rub? That is a fairly new product coming from young living right now, if you haven't experienced it yet, it is a chest rub formula that comes in this great little squeeze bottle where you don't have to get your hands all greasy to apply it, which is one of my favorite things about it. So if you WANNA check it out or if you want to try to make your own version of it, you could. Buy One of those empties kind of squirt bottles from Amazon or wherever, or just use like an old squirt bottle. You've got lying around anything that will allow you to fill your own formula of stuff and then squeeze a little bit of the top will do and it is a combination of eucalyptus essential oil menthol and camphor. As you might be able to hear, I've got a little bit of flim stuck down in my chest and I've been putting the thieves chester up on at night especially at night. When you lay down, you've got that extra kind of weight of gravity and that's when when the cough likes to come out. So putting the chest rub on is so soothing. It smells so good. Now, if you WANNA make your own kind of chest rub concoction than I would use a base of coconut oil and maybe even some CA- cow butter or and or beeswax shaving shaven down because what you want is a real thick carrier oil base for this because you don't want the oil soak into your chest and your skin too. Quickly, you wanted to act as sort of an on going vapor that's going to be releasing from that chest rub so you WANNA thick carrier oil base again, beeswax is great for that. If you have some of that, you can shave it down and melted a bit and then from there do a real strong concoction if. You're making a small batch may be twenty to thirty drops of an essential oil nice and strong of mainly Eucalyptus. That's the Go-to for all things respiratory. So whatever eucalyptus oils you have around or blends of our great. If you want to add some other things in there to support your immune system, I would throw in some peppermint open up those nasal passageways maybe nice. Irby oil like Rosemary or time or Oregano. T tree is Great Franken Census Grey also any of those oils you have thrown into that nice thick carrier oil use it as a gesture of as needed or check out the thieves chest rub is easy to apply real strong, real potent, and give it five stars. And now, I'm super excited to share this week's DIY dugout recipe. It comes from Deborah Shannon in Atkins Arkansas and it is a recipe for a citrus phys the sounds. So delicious in glass combined the following ingredients and mix thoroughly half a can to one can of sparkling water one packet of Stevia, two drops, grapefruit essential oil, and then optional if you have any inning sherrod around at one to two ounces of Nick. Sharad. If you don't have Ningxia ride, which is a great will ferry puree juice that young living makes you can add in maybe another dark red kind of juice like Cherry juice pomegranate or something, and then ice. So just combine all that and you've got yourself a citrus phys.
Chicago looters smash Ronald McDonald House with terrified sick kids inside
"How sick do you have to be to smash the windows? Of a Ronald McDonald house. Ronald McDonald. Houses are scattered around the country near Children's hospitals, typically or hospitals that serve Children there for surgeries for specialties in certain cities. And it allows the families to stay for free. In these areas when they can afford room and board if their kid is hospitalized at a hospital nearby. Thank you. Imagine that black lives matters protesters or anarchist or anti for whoever they smashing windows and I say black lives matter because we have this organizer that aerial, Atkins is encouraging theft and smashing and looting. So we know of at least one black lives matter. Organizer Just awful. And the reports from Chicago media that the families and in some cases some of the sick kids, actually not in the hospital, but there for treatment and staying in the Ronald McDonald house and maybe going to the hospital for daily. Outpatient treatment were in total fear. As this week, the looters they trashed and smashed the front door and windows trying to get inside the Ronald McDonald house. So if they got it, what the hell were they going to do to these innocent families and kids? Just disgusting. The Ronald McDonald House. This location in Washington are in Chicago. Rather this location. Chicago says that more than 30 families, including some sick Children with them. Were absolutely terrified as the looting and the ransacking happened earlier this week on Monday. They were very concerned. There was a lot of activity right in front of the house people making choices that could put them at risk and put our families at risk. So the staff was frightened. That's Lisa Mitchell, who's with Ronald McDonald House charities. Gave an interview to Wools Television, ABC seven in Chicago. I mean, how despicable And it turns out that the families and their Children they were this Ronald McDonald House in Chicago because it was close to the Lurie Children's Hospital. That's five blocks away so they could walk there easily easily get transportation there. And here you have the looters and the rioters smashing the Ronald McDonald house. I mean, that's just a Lo of lows, Charitable facility that helps family and sick Children. It's unbelievable. The windows and the front door had to be boarded up because there were destroyed. It's disgusting. So that's the Chicago story on what happened earlier this week.
Who would replace Kamala Harris as California Senator?
"We still have 12 weeks before the November election, Voters will decide between President Trump on my vice President Mike Pence against former Vice President Joe Biden and current Democratic vice presidential nominee California Senator Kamala Harris. But in Harris are victorious. Governor Newsome will have to appoint a new senator to serve the next two years here in California, and well, there's been early speculation on names like State Attorney General Javier Becerra and San Diego State Senator Toni Atkins. Another elected officials told the governor he's interested. Mayor of Imperial Beach Search, the DEA sent a note to the governor with a picture of him in a business suit with a surfboard and water, nothing his intention to seek the appointments If the Democrats win because Pamela Harris may become our next vice president, I notified Governor Newsome like everyone does not is via Twitter that I'd like to be on the collection left to be the next U. S. Senator put out Open seat. And I think it's important to have someone who's not from the insider circle in Sacramento on someone that's ready to help clean up California and fight for our planet and our ocean from day one. Well and yes, I think it was the announcement that color base attention picture of you in a business suit with your surfboard. Right. The water's edge. Kind of embodying what it means to be from Imperial Beach. Yeah, you know, and you're a bitch, maybe small. What? We're mighty, You know, I've seen the names of some of the more high profile candidates and you know the reality of California's in trouble countries in trouble, And so we need someone who's used to doing things without a lot of resource is gonna support. You could get things done quickly, and that's experience. I've had thereby be in that experience that we need for the next senator from California and as the native Senate, California someone who rested 500 California the lifeguard for the state and for the city of Baby, I'm ready for the job and just look forward to being considered by Governor Newsome. Well, obviously you've worked with the governor, and in fact, you've worked as high as going to the White House when it comes to the sewage issue along the border, with the issues coming out of Mexico to impact San Diego County Imperial Beach, the city of San Diego. Everywhere else here with its impact that profile of yours with that fight has gone to the highest level. Yeah, so you know, unfortunately, because sewage issue is continuing to happen. I ve had to reach out from everybody from the president of Mexico, too. You know, President Trump We've met Got Governor knew someone. The governor of Baja California. So yeah, felt the times were like more like an international diplomat rather than a mare. But that is good practice good experience for what it takes to be an effective senator. To give you credit. Since the minute she was in office, she has support our first queen of the border. She's put a lot of attention on period Beach. In fact, her California director came to Imperial Beach to visit her stop is in very involved in this issue, so she's been great on the tissue as well as Senator Feinstein, but it's time for a new direction and and that's what I'm putting My My name in the hat or handed the ring And you know there is a perception out there at some points where you know, San Diego geographically being where it is. So we feel that the state of times may forget about us or things like that. You know, putting San Diego right back up there and kind of raising our hand and saying, Hey, what about us? Yeah, you know, Right now we have two senators from Northern California from the Bay area, So obviously we need a lot more Southern California repetition and the fact that Southern California needs a lot of help. We've seen that during this covert Christ of some of the highest rates, obviously in the country in Southern California, especially here in South San Diego and along the border, So we're in trouble have the highest rate of unemployment in the state along the borderlands question. Imperial County so We're in trouble. We need to get someone to replace Senator Harris. She gets elected vice president who's fighting for California and every California and not just the ones who can write campaign checks, right? I think that's important to make sure that someone who works for every California In every corner of state and every family and put families and kids first for California
Todd White on Biohacking for Longevity and Disease Prevention
"Today on the show I, welcome my friend Todd White, who is the founder and CEO of dry farm. Wise if you drink alcohol. This is a tricky thing. I mean we we talk a lot about why he may dry farm. He does she like alcohol he thinks it's a narrow talks should be drinking it and but he has this company that. He loves one he wanted people to access it and have the healthiest possible. Imaginable and so if you're a wine drinker and your Kito or trying to be healthy removed out, there's a lot of Stephens episode that frequent blew my mind when we do have into it and I've been drinking his death and dry wines. Very often, but a couple of times a year special occasions I pops dry farm. Wise. It happened last five years but I had no idea about the ridiculous nature and how process and how much garbage is traditional winds. Tons of Info there which wines you choose and why if you want to be as healthy as possible. We him and I both sentiment that alcohol. There's nothing positive about it. But you know sometimes you want to enjoy life and have some why not a big deal? No judgment there and also todd is just a really really interesting guy when it comes to his intention digging a little bit about how he sort of crafted his business in life. Overall, he said interesting background I've known for a while and a great conversation. So tune in and I hope you guys enjoy. This episode is brought to you by neuro collective. I've been using their products on and off last few years in a huge fan of how they form the products their dosing in dumbest around. So Dr Greg Kelly. Their lead product formulator is actually on the podcast previously upset out but you can trust that knocker collective is always doing one hundred percent dosing backed up by research, a lot of companies where they do. They sprinkling amounts of ingredients. So that way you're not actually getting the full amount that is required to have physiological effect. He just get a little sprinkling and dosing and their their practice. So expected that Dr Kelly actually recommends taking two days a week and they're servings is is seven really huge capsules which just shows how much active ingredient actually put in their product I am personally a huge fan of the caffeine. Free. Version of their product quality mind and I take it on an empty stomach with exogenous ketones in the morning when I know that really want to get a bunch of an interrupted deep work hours done I feel in his own literally hours and the best part is there's no crazy crash afterwards if you're not a neutral person, sales have an amazing product called attorneys that contains all the precursors to d which is. Far More effective than taking direct d supplements to reduce oxidative damage to yourself. Again, love the formulation and how they went about making this. If you want to try out any neuro hacker collective products had two neuro hacker dot com and use the code aged one five for fifteen percent of all the products. That's any you are O. Hacker Dot Com Code Eight, G one, five for fifteen percent off all of their products. This episode is brought to you by Paleo Valley. I've been a huge fan of this company for years ever since I met the founders at a conference, I'd say four years ago plus in have been eating their hundred percent grass-fed grass finished beef sticks ever since then the because reading the recently, why asked them to come on the show's sponsor? Is that? They do a lot of support in regenerative farming. They actually continue to reinvest into helping small farmer scale in really building on an amazing supply chain to help regenerative agriculture scale. The only that they're beef sticks aren't dry bone and leave that weird slim Jim style waxy coating, your mouth, they are plump in. In in a weird way, we gobble these guys up at the perfect offices when we don't have time to get a full meal in perfect real food snack if you're looking for one of the best beef sticks around, that are not only great tasting but responsibly sourced checkout Paleo Valley and great news is listeners of the podcast get fifteen percent off. So just go to Paleo Valley dot com slash one five or use code ag one five at checkout epithelial Valley Dot Com fifteen percent off that's p. E. L.. V. A. L. L. E. Y., DOT COM SLASH E G, one, five talk. Thank you for joining me today. Hey, I'm looking forward to it. It's going to be a great discussion. You're one of the first people that I met. That were sort of early Keitel Angeles. Before this whole boom happened years. It started with Christmas, you guys three or four years ago when you first were up. It's been almost odd years but yeah, we were or I should say many people on the team as well. But. We We were super early adapters before it became a thing. Kid Genyk Guy. It was starting to circulate in the biohacking community about five years ago. Maybe five miss closest six years ago when I started and and you know it was it was getting around biohacking community had not yet gone mainstream. But. Yeah, we were there early and still still big believers. Yeah I mean what was it? That got you into everything being was just the sort of request to optimize your personal health. It was an actually that would be a little bit more glamorous but it was really about vanity I had I had reached a weight loss plateau. It wasn't really overweight and in any way because I've been biohacking and sort of. been. In, and out Akita Genyk. Diet. Really since the eighties with the Atkins Diet but I had been eating a lower car diet for quite some many years. So it wasn't really overweight but I really wanted to lean out. And I I was at a weight loss plateau and low carb just wasn't doing it, and so that's I experimented with Kito that way and then the weight loss went away pretty quickly as it tends to do for most people in fact, lost a lot more weight than I had anticipated. And then sort of what I thought was a set point and a place I wanted to be but I continued the Ketogenic Diet in fact. Double down on it and really became therapeutically Ketogenic, which is different than Akita. Diet. or a modified Keto Diet, which is the way I would describe my diet today but. But I experimented with really therapeutic Ketogenic, which is super high fat and and and a lot of blood testing and a lot of kind of quantification and. You know the cognitive benefits for me. became. So extraordinary that I just stayed on the Diet, even though I didn't have any plans of further white. House.
Nicole Byer And Sasheer Zamata
"We have Nicole buyer and says, here's a made a hello. Hello. Hello So I was looking a little bit at your social media presences and notice that you've taken up. Roller Skating Hell. Yeah. Do weren't escape gang. Inline skating or traditional roller skates. Roller Skates you guys are in a class Nicole what was there and instructor. I. Came to teach. Very quickly was like their children they will not listen. Yeah. It was really like we couldn't be corralled or just like skating in different directions like now do this over here and she's like, okay, I'll help you this. I working on. This other thing you're. Right everybody wanted to do a trick immediately kind of thing like no one wanted to learn the basics. Well. So are you are you doing those tricks spinning around and stuff like that? Because I do think that looks pretty cool when people. Shoot the duck, which is where you crouch down and one leg is ended. Up with your arm that's advanced I can go forward for about. Three seconds. Yeah. You know. We're all at. Different. We're. All the different levels of like standing still. trueblue squeaking by we are having performance in October. Only, jackets. Team if you mentioned the Atkins. I would've ordered the jackets before the skates. Honestly. Do you have a team name that is going to be embroidered on the back of these jackets skate gang gang. Maybe to add one word to differentiate from other gangs no I pretty sure escape gang is not taken. So just go with it. I. Don't think there's any like actual people running around screaming skate gang as they roller skate I. Think this is it yeah. And you're not trying to state anything complicated. Game Yeah, it's true. So you both met at uc New York. In nineteen eleven. Wrong. And then started your own group together with another woman Yeah Dafa Ganger with. And why the name Dapo Gainer. Well, because when we started there weren't too many black women at UC and people would legit confuses for each other. Seems Wild because we don't look. We have different committed sensibilities, personalities and civilities. But yeah. We would and we wanted to make fun of that and laugh at and kind of right. Reclaim it. So we we called ourselves delegator.
How to Unlearn Diet Culture's Rules with April Quioh of She's All Fat
"Go talk to April Quiapo. So tell me about your relationship with food growing up my relationship with food. What did you see? Well, I grew up in a matriarchal household like I was raised with my single mom, my two older sisters and my grandma, and so it was just like all ladies and they are all immigrants except for me I was the first person to be born in America in Minnesota, actually in the rest of our board in Liberia and the became immigrants so it was. Like a clash of cultures, types, of thing like the Liberian ideal standard of beauty is different than the American one like more curvy figure is kind of the norm. If you will back there whereas in America at least growing up in the nineties and early thousands I felt very much like I should look like Nicole richer whatever her. So so it was like being curvy trumpy or whatever was accepted to a certain degree, and I was always like fat growing up like not. Curvy but like fat. So we always were on diets together like I think it was just kind of this household were was totally normal to be like we're going on. Atkins this week we're going on weight watchers is speaking it was just like it's almost like a bonding thing like what we did together and then I didn't realize until growing up that it was like, oh, we all just like participating diet culture like as a family basically which I mean yeah, it was. Just kind of something that was super accepted in my family. So it's like in Liberia culture food is super important. It's like how people von how people grieve just like in a lot of cultures, but it was also like vanity is very important. So like we made out this delicious food, but like don't eat too much of it. Otherwise, my grandma will decided be like your fat she was just very she's very upfront lady like that, and that's totally lake the culture is. Different. Ladies assigning, hit your fat like if you ever want to get married maybe maybe not. So that's kind of how I grew up. I was always like naturally you know pretty pretty a Chubby kid and was always remembered I going on a diet when I was maybe six like very young. that. Went on until I. got to college and I was like, Oh, I'm done. I'm over it. So that was that was growing up what a dieting do to your relationship with food and your body did you have feelings about it or it's hard to like this is just how it is. I, mean I had a lot a lot of feelings about it Safina on our podcast. US L. fat talk about a lot like growing up dieting nonstop makes it impossible to know once you break out of that like what you want like today the thing I still struggle with like am hungry and my just eating like I don't even when you diet you read a book and it tells you like, okay, you eat this much foods do this and so you break out. Of It, it's hard to tell like, am I hungry? What do I really want? What is my body want from me like to be nourished? It's like that relationship between your body and you is broken because it's like I ignored what it needed or wanted for so many years. So I think that is the biggest thing that's been damaging like the whole concept of intuitive eating like. Wow sounds so great. I'm not there yet I still am not clear on how to do it because like dieting disea- exact opposite breaking free of that like it's GonNa take a really long time and so I think that that would to me has been the most clear direct result of grabbed away did but yeah I mean I was like I was tortured by my buddy growing up. Everybody in my family is plus is and I am also plus is including my body is like naturally made to be like everyone in my family is but I'm constantly fighting against it and it just felt fruitless inches felt like this project that Ozzy felt like a waste of my time was a real kid and I'm like man, I, wish I could beat the library and instead my mom's like forcing to join a basketball team or whatever. But I know choose choose just she's just trying her best in like also also was very lazy. So she's like please please just get off the couch. No but it just felt you know it was just this kind of like tortured relationship wherever I wish this wasn't that much of I, wish I didn't have to spend so much you by energy thinking about this and it didn't even wear I mean diets don't work. We all know the never worked. So. Yeah that.
"atkins" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
"Was a man in his late twenties, and is now in his forties about he's got married. He's got two kids, things change, and and that's the fun of writing a series. It's not just a series of you know unconnected adventures where the hero has nothing to hold him were. Were tightened down He's deeply rooted the community in his life changes from book to book in this community that I write about changes book to block and I. Think that's really it's not just it's not the bad guys or the criminality, or whatever it's really I. Think a walk an opportunity to see this. This touted as county change over ten years. And again the the fans of of character volume along I'm sure they kind of. Give input from time to time to what they they like. All right. Allie usually when. You're lucky when you hear from fans that tell you what they liked that you also hear from. Fans will tell you what they don't Let. You got as well. You know so there's a there's a major events that happened in the last novel that some people weren't happy about it and I. I got a fair amount of emails that that's fine. You know makes me. Is just people care, and you know when you hear from people and people are buying the books in their invested these characters. That's how I'm able to write the same. To write this character after ten years, and so I'm forced to have the fans that continue to come back year after year. That's been keeps keeps going. Yeah, NAME OF THE BOOK! Is The revelator talking with Atkins today and Eva wants to give give out your website. If you will or any other contact information, we will get more information about the both absolutely could easily find the United States Atkins Dot Com. You can also find me on facebook. Twitter Instagram, and all those places authors out. We also were four football player in College I. Guess You're kind of making it like the rest of US sports fans down here. We're GONNA. Have all football this year. Think. YOU SHOULD BE A. Very interesting springs. That's that's. Looking to cover USF and Look that way. That's a different show, so. Great to talk with you know You have another one in the world so when we'll talk again. Down in Florida to. Favorite areas in the country. You guys stay safe..
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"atkins" Discussed on World Cafe
"Even when things get hard, you can find you know beauty and solace in music, and I think you know no matter what happened in my life for my career, or even like you know downfalls in my career with music I never quit it because I can't. Because it's something that helps me live you know. It's it's interesting. You say that because I found just A. Personally found during all of this when I get up and listen to the news, check twitter. First thing you'd be like I am just miserable. Like one day, a couple of weeks into quarantine I, like put the different radio station on, it was just like listening to music, and I'm like I feel like incredible today. The difference it really is. It's like it's a prescription for crazy. You know absolutely start your day off with some stevie wonder and see how it goes. You know sure. I'm speaking to Nicole Atkins unrolled cafe. The Knicks we're going to hear is am gold. It's the album opener. So am radio for you. Was that something? That was a big part of your life when you were growing up, it still is. It's every time I go home to visit my parents. My mom has the car set to this lake. Incredible am station that never has commercials in. It's always like Bobby Vinton and lake CASS Elliot and Lake Jay Black and the Americans, Roy Orbison, and like no matter what's going on in your life. You get into that car and you're like it could be fighting with my mom man. And then get in the car and I'm like. Oh you know like it's just like the creates this atmosphere. That just takes you away for a moment. You know there's some even about like am radio. Like the the frequency of the way it sounds when over that like takes you to a different time yet. Has that like this and it's almost like you could see like a blue hiss. You know. Yeah, it. Let's take a listen. AM Gold from Nicole? Atkins unrolled cafe..
Animal Migrations Track Climate Change
"Change is altering the migration routes of animals worldwide. Here's a look at new research on how to species have been affected first mule deer. Every spring in Wyoming vegetation I appears at lower altitudes before progressing up the mountainside, migrating mule deer, follow and forage on this Green Bay, but as a changing climate leads to more frequent and more severe droughts. The Greenery is not as bountiful as it used to be. For Her PhD research at the University of Wyoming Ellen Atkins tracked mule deer as they to the green wave, the green up lasted across the landscape for about half as long in drought years in comparison to wet years, and also the order of green up along these routes were less sequential, so an ascents drought compresses at reshuffles the green wave, and just makes it so that this forging bonanza that dear depend on in their spring migration is really compressed in time, and although the deer were able to keep up with the faster green wave, the nutritional value is lower leaving the animals less prepared for the challenges of the year ahead. Meanwhile in Europe. The population of swans that spend the winter in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands is declining. But when researchers looked at the data more closely, they found an increase in the wintering population of swans in Germany. It turns out that since the nineteen seventies, the swans wintering habitat has shifted an average of thirteen kilometers to the east each year. What we think is that the swans like do spent time in areas where it's five degrees Celsius, and this item has shifted in the same rate as the swans shifted eastward sets a strong indications for us that and actually move with this temperature line. Russia announced of the Netherlands Institute of Ecology. Her team also found that the swans. We're spending less time in their winter homes before flying back to the Russian. Tundra to breed. Neither the mule deer, nor the Buick Swan is endangered, but the findings have broader importance for our understanding the conservation of migratory animals because If you stop thinking of protecting certain plot of land, it's not just the current situation that is their nature is dynamic, and the species that are present now might not be present in ten years time, and not because we didn't protect, but maybe because these species are actually dynamic in ways. We need to include this resilience and the dynamics of nature into our legislation and management.
Hundreds protest Michigan stay-at-home order
"Hundreds of people angry or frustrated over Michigan's coronavirus stay at home order protested again outside the state capitol on Thursday braving heavy rain to call for a loosening of restrictions and for business owners to re open in defiance of governor Gretchen Whitmer Michigan protester Darcy Atkins says residents know to stay home if they're sick we have called if we do we the latest protest was led by Michigan United for liberty a conservative
Ohio Lawmaker Comes up With Unique Reason Not to Wear a Mask
"I I need to talk about something. Okay okay There is a Gop that's a Republican Yes Ohio state representative by the name of Nino vitale or trying to figure out how you save tally. Batali there. We go If not the correct right way He is Against wearing face masks surprise surprise. He's a Cova Denier And that to actually denies the existence of the virus. Wow I think he's one of those. Yeah I'm I'M PRETTY SURE. This is the guy Anyway he said that these the the stay at home orders during the pandemic and the requiring of wearing masks to slow the spread of disease would violate his Judeo Christian principles. leans heavily on one or the other of me. Judeo Slash Christian. But I can tell you what you want to. I don't to be honest with this one. I don't know which one he's leaning down because it doesn't make very much says one of This is the greatest nation on Earth. Founded on Judeo Christian principles. One of those principles is that we are all created in the image and likeness of God that that's that's in the constitution right it is and he's and he says this image is seen The most by our face I will not wear a mask k. uh-huh because he's covering the likeness of God. Oh I see yeah. He's he's encouraged his followers to defy the recommendations of Ohio's health director Acton He's says it is time to ignore the unelected Dr Atkins orders. Open your counties now before it's too late. This is not based on GIC. This is based on fear and propaganda and every statistical data driven studied done in the last two weeks says Hell. Death counts are low and the models on. This is more like the flu. Saying it's funny. Because I have been just puzzling over. Why of fucking virus could be a political football like how does this? How does the disease where a Republican or Democrat mass going? How is that and what I what I and I read a really interesting article. That actually helped me understand it a lot. Okay which was which basically talked about the fact that if we say yes. Government should be should have the right to and should be taking dramatic action here and and and they're the ones they're the right people to collate the data and make a make not only recommendations but orders based on the best information that we have. Then you're admitting the government has a certain has a certain set of roles and part of that is public health and somehow that's so unbearable to the political right of this country that they would rather just deny everything and just and turn it into this political thing. I hear your own people. You're only like these. Are Your voters if you you want them dead. I guess that's I know I. It's madness I if if it weren't if it legitimately truly was just their voters like if it wasn't going to spread beyond that like if it was just stupid and following them you're right I mean but but it's it's it's everyone else. It's all the vulnerable. It's the people were seriously and also the left right if nothing else. It's like everybody else's like no that's ridiculous and seems like at least in parts of the country. They're getting their way. But then it's GonNa be a fucking disaster and then what the does the system then see the light of day and go. No okay. We can't we can't listen to you. Yahoos right now. The world has turned into like it's not Democrat and Republican anymore it's conspiracy theorists add slash like cult member trump cult members. And the rest of US number them right. Maybe we'll see I. We have till November to figure that one
Dallas City Council Provides Coronavirus Relief
"Two and as more people lose their jobs because of Kobe nineteen the Dallas city council is working on a plan to help keep the it kit keep those people in their homes until Aroldis Allen sky is live now with more Alan you have a city council debating how to administer this plan now the only out of pocket expense for the city would be in the administration itself city manager T. C. Broadnax says the direct costs would be the manpower to put everything together and put it all together the this will provide up to fifteen hundred dollars a month for renters are homeowners who meet income guidelines councilman Tennell Atkins has been pushing to get the measure passed today we get this out the door I don't believe that we don't have a heart procedure with one half hour lines of volunteers I've been going to Europe banks out disability to get out of the money for the assistance itself would come from block grants from the federal government families making up to eighty percent of the median income would be eligible for assistance the city council is still debating specifics now they just rejected an amendment that would turn over the administration's non profits instead of the city
"atkins" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Few minutes ago we had that hit walk don't run was the name of it but the ventures was first recorded by a jazz guitarist in nineteen fifty four than Chet Atkins in nineteen fifty six all hold on to your six transistor radio for more route sixty six music memories I know you're going to know him when you hear him and now on route sixty six we take you to nineteen fifty eight for the very first hit song by Connie Francis the song dates back tonight. is. yeah. no. you..
"atkins" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
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"atkins" Discussed on Little Atoms
"William Atkins is first book. The mall shortlisted for the weights, Wainwright price. He works as an editor and he's journalism has paid in the guardian and grunter in twenty sixteen. He was the recipient of the British library echoes prize and wills. Latest book is the immeasurable world journeys in desert places which we're going to be talking about today. Will you want to tell me how this came about as. Civil place. It's twofold. I guess the first is in is simply language and in that word desert that so freighted wave symbolic metaphorical baggage and acuity about the word doesn't, and I won't supposed to John's chip away. Some of that that kind of symbolic and cultural baggage associated with with the word and understand or seek to understand what it was like to be in the real visit and have the sand under my feet as it were on. The second part is by graphical, in a sense. My immense my first book which was about British moorland and in that because spent some time in a Cistercian wanna street on the edge of Dartmoor. And while I was there what I was for seeking through there that ancient library, I began to read about the desert fathers fathers. The pretty the founders of Christian monasticism in the desert's of Egypt. In the second and third century, I began to be interested in the connection between police and this particular form of religious practice monasticism, and the relationship between the desert, particularly monastic practice, the ministries of Britain and Europe. The west Christian ministries are often built in difficult places of the based on the edge of Fenland or moorland. In the case of this mall street in Dartmoor and began to understand that the British desert's were counterparts to the desert of the desert follow the so so what Cistercian and Benedictine monks was seeking when they established the ministries in in green and wet year was a kind of counterpart corresponding landscape. And so, yeah, on the one hand, the word does it this, this kind of quest to strip away. The symbolic metaphorical baggage that attends that word. On the other hand, this interest about the relationship between place and faith and the Christian monasticism will begins with guests in Tanzania who is somebody features throughout this book. So tell us more about who he was. He's he's sort of presiding spirit of the book, and he was in a sense the first of the desert fathers Antony. Second late second century, his parents die and in a state of grief. He leaves the talent leaves his town on the real on the Nile and goes into the desert in search of and such God inserts of tranquility and such of who knows what? And he became a kind of figure head for other early Christians in Egypt, and he lived alone in what is now the what they are up, which is between the Nile and the red. The eastern desert of Egypt somewhere. I, I spent some time and yes, he became a figurehead for thousands of men and women that were desert mothers is what does it fathers who left Alexandria, left the towns and cities of the Nile and went into the desert initially as Ankara Anchorage, living separate individual lives miles from one another, but slowly those process of kind of aggregation into communities really for reasons for practical reasons of your in the desert..
"atkins" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Looking okay to Los Angeles police officer Michael Moore said yesterday that a trader Joe's worker was, killed by a bullet fired by police not by that twenty eight year old gunman who had taken, hostages in the store in the silver Late neighborhood on Saturday in Los, Angeles, suspect, gene Evans Atkins was being. Chased by police after shooting. His grandmother and then kidnapping his girlfriend having already exchanged gunfire with officers when he. Ran into that trader Joe's after crashing his car, outside of it and took some forty people hostage now this police officer Moore. Said that the officers, use deadly force in an attempt to stop what they feared, could become a mass shooting situation Atkins was firing at. Police as he entered the store and two, officers, did fire back just as, the Twenty-seven-year-old assistant manager Melita Colorado was walking out the door unfortunately she was killed by a. Shot fired by one of the officers which went through her arm and into her body Atkins, surrendered about three hours later and was taken into custody the death toll from the wildfires in Greece Better the deadliest decades, rose to, seventy four yesterday and, it's feared that it could go higher as rescuers searched for people who, are, still missing, the fire struck, a, very popular summer resort area near Athens fueled by fifty mile, per. Hour winds trapping hundreds of people as they quickly spread on Monday as the fire quickly spread, many people fled to the beach. And the ocean with dozens going out into the water despite very very rough conditions at the time but they. Were, trying to escape the flames a few who escaped to the ocean drowned unfortunately wildfires continue to burn yesterday battled by firefighters aided with. Assistance. From European Union members the Trump administration's offering a temporary lifeline to farmers who were hit hard by those trade disputes six going on the tariffs with China is. FOX's, Jared Halpern with more the twelve billion dollars in assistance announced this a temporary step agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue says all, the administration works on long term trade deals Kansas Senator Republican Jerry Moran says well it will provide us Cy, of, relief for now how long.
"atkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Larry atkins brokerage company actually rose quite quickly they are then went off on his own with his brother to start post apartments and they've been focusing on the philadelphia area and so i think they probably knew bill through that through his the prior employment at his father's real estate brokerage and this was certainly a by at the low type transaction it sounded like right that he bought when they were in foreclosure essentially that's right they were battling the bank was about to foreclose and they bought a they bought the the twin tower the apartment complex at a at a through a short sale they paid about twenty seven million they spent about almost sixty million kind of gutting the building and turning it into luxury apartments and the last appraisal guy was around one hundred and eighty million so it's done pretty well he's that's one of one of his bedroom real estate investments on the personal side is it possible that that that took some of his attention away from managing hedge fund well they have a separate staff that that runs the family office was just called table management and so at least it appears that he doesn't really he doesn't really spend a whole lot of time on his personal portfolio he's kind of left that up to the managers and his and his father a table management what's your take on whether or not this actually will work in terms of his plan to fundraise from his own personal assets and plow it into the publicly held hedge fund will it help he's under a lot of pressure from his clients to eliminate the discount on the public traded shares because he he really wanted to persuade people to to move into this vehicle because it's permanent capital it doesn't have to worry about redemptions and he had said originally that he thought it would trade at a premium.
"atkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Larry atkins brokerage company actually rose quite quickly there and then went off on his own with his brother to start post apartments and they've been focusing on the philadelphia area and so i think they probably knew bill through that through his the prior employment at his father's real estate brokerage and this was certainly a by at the low type transaction it sounded like right that he thought when they were in foreclosure essentially that's right they were battling the bank was about to foreclose and they bought a they bought the the twin tower the apartment complex at a at a through a short sale they paid about twenty seven million they spent about almost sixty million kind of gutting the building and turning it into luxury apartments and the last appraised value was around one hundred and eighty million so it's done pretty well that's one of one of his real estate investments on the personal side possible that did that took some of his attention away from managing hedge fund well they have a separate staff that that runs the family office was called table management and so at least it appears that he doesn't really he doesn't really spend a whole lot of time on his personal portfolio he's kind of left that up to the managers and his and his father a table management what's your take on whether or not this actually will work in terms of his plan to fundraise from his own personal assets and plow it into the publicly held hedge fund vehicle will it help i think he's under a lot of pressure from his clients to eliminate the discount on the public traded shares because he he really wanted to persuade people to to to move into this vehicle because it's permanent capital he doesn't have to worry about redemptions and he had said originally that he thought it would trade at a premium.
"atkins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"She starts her day with a spoonful of jam and almond butter and that's really just to you know get enough energy for early morning workout and then after her workout she enjoys eggs some berries and and a bowl of oatmeal watchers kim but kim ended up with atkins apparently now here's the this is the thing about this is the thing that made me roll my eyes holly can you do some fact checking for me really quick.
"atkins" Discussed on Gastropod
"And if you needed it at night you could have some cooked unsweetened fruit and a tumbler of grog this type of diet might sound a little familiar with the exception of rogge dancing was a low carb high protein diet that one seems to have run and run and of course in a you get in the 20th century and you've got atkins and then do can yes banting was the original atkins but then there's the real atkins yet atkins was a a physician and a very very i've away he suffered a heart attack and he devised his diet cluelessly incredibly successful like banting the atkins zayed tells you to avoid carbs in eat basically all the protein you want and like banting after atkins lost all his own weight by going on a low carb diet he published his regime in nineteen 72 as dr atkins diet revolution remember how big a deal luigi cornaro was atkins was like the cornaro of the 20th century he sold tens of millions of copies in two thousand three and two thousand four louise says that nearly one out of every eleven north americans was on the atkins diet hot on act heels with the french dr pierre do ken i mean he's been struck off the french medical register now but he suggested docking the academic marks of french schoolgirls did they note achieve a certain weight in a he the are find him deeply misogynist ends a humiliating in the way that he has written his diets the way that he thinks of women's bodies charming misogyny aside deacon is essentially another version of atkins which is another version of banting this highprotein super low carb regime that promises to be easy to follow and really work they work for shortterm whitelaw shore susan roberts as an attrition scientists at tufts university here's the science behind how these highprotein low carb diet is work it's called kito genesis ketogenic diet your third lowering called uh that your body i'm chuck adams cannabilizing approaching molecules for example to get the glucose that your brain needs usually your body uses carbs to feel your brain but if there are no carbs around your brain still needs food so your body breaks down proteins and converts them into substances called ky tones your brain can use those instead the theory is that it's a lot more inefficient to fuel your body and your brain this way so you end up losing.
"atkins" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Dot com and uh you know years ago i had the good fortune of working with the late dr atkins who is just this brilliant man who really understood the whole story about carbs in food and mine next guest also worked out the atkins center and and and continues to carry on the in the work that the doctor aachen's began her name is colette i'm a wits in she has been doing this for a lot of years more than twenty five years as a nutritionist and she serves as vice president of nutrition and education it atkins nutritional and new york times bestselling author and the new gorges book is out it's called at kittens eat right not less and this is really this is different than the early days of eat a ton of bacon in the morning and and uh eat the eat the whole chicken if you wanted launch and that kind of mentality and colette welcome it's such a pleasure i cranky thanks for having me so tell us a little bit about the new philosophy and how atkins has evolved well the research that has involved in the last thirty years followed a well constructed atkins diet the way we've written really um it was never all the bacon in eggs and stick you could eat that's the way people through word of mouth interpreted that year but now we put more of an emphasis is there's almost forty year evolution and in a son to go to go on a number of modifications and in those medications are based on the reflecting emerging nutritional science and the latest thinking and what people are looking for in what they need so now we have a daily requirements of at least five servings of highfibre vegetables we call it foundation vegetables and that no matter what level of carbohydrates you're on you must vegetables and count the carbs in of vegetables and there's easy ways to you know people there's an adaptation phase of the diet in the beginning when you switch from a sugar metabolism too fat metabolism sometimes people feel a little out of sorts so we give easy ways to eliminate any symptoms that accompany the initial conversion from low carb eating uh you know from.