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"This morning, Tisdale, tell me what do you think of this situation? I have to say, I mean, I'm not surprised that Elon is doing this, but I am surprised. And it just, the whole thing seemed in bad bad faith. Yeah, so I agree with you. You know, Elon Musk has proven himself as an extraordinary innovator. Masterful and physics, engineering with cars, rockets and tunnels, but we have little evidence of his mastery of the social sciences to bring forward a social media company, which is about the human experience and discourse about it. And you're right, poking at their top lawyers. And poking at their work model at critiquing their stance on free speech, whether right or wrong at this early stage would freak out any employee today. Alan, you think this is totally fair game. And by the way, do we think that this deal is even going to happen at this point? I mean, you look at the stock price at 49 bucks, part of me has and I think the market thinks maybe this whole thing is some kind of strange game. You know, Andrew, when this news broke, a lot of people were thinking about the financial mechanics of the deal. We were thinking immediately about what we would the talent aspects of the deal. And our prediction was because purpose is why people go to work today, Generation Z generation I driven more by purpose than by money. Elon entering this company was going to be disruptive. We can say good or bad, but we did know it was going to impact the view of corporate purpose. And that's really what's bubbling up behind this. You know, our CEOs book the 5 graces really talked about the humanization of the world of work. Very different work environment than previous generations. So yes, it is a big deal. How this company gets run is going to determine how many employees actually step. Well, maybe he doesn't want them to stay. So that's the other part of this. John, what do you make of this? Well, I think Elon's burning the place down. And there are a lot of people who think that the place should be burned down and something else should grow in its place, but the usual incentives that an inquirer has, Elon doesn't have, as an acquirer here. I don't think he's, as you referred to, trying to keep the whole workforce. I wouldn't be surprised or part of Elon isn't sure he wants to actually be responsible for Twitter because he might not like vijaya. He might not like this lawyer, but he's going to need some lawyers. What lawyer is going to want to go work for Elon right now? I mean, probably if you talk to the lawyers who have to work for Elon at various companies, you know, they have a stressful life. So when you also then have to worry about whether he's going to turn on you on the platform that he hopes to own, that can't be a good situation. But John, here's the part I don't get. You know, last night he said, I want to make Twitter, you talk about free speech, but then he says, I want to make Twitter fun. And what I just don't understand is to me the easiest way for him to make it fun is to model grace and empathy and to tell his followers to have some sense of civility towards others, and if he does that, by the way, he is a role model, whether he likes it or not. If he acts aggressively, his followers and everybody else act aggressively. If he acts with civility and tells people he wants it to be a town square where people can have conversations and not feel like they're going to be made fun of and all of those types of emotions, he could actually have a great business. And I don't understand why he's pursued this tact. Well, that's your idea of fun Andrew. And that might be a lot of people's ideas of them. But if you're the most popular kid in school, your idea of fun might be having fun with people in a way that's not fun for them. And we saw the way that he went after Bill Gates over the weekend, right? He thought that was fun. I'm not sure Bill Gates thought it was as fun, but this is what Elon wants people to feel freer to do for it not to be as buttoned down. He thinks that's what Twitter's for. And if he owns it, then that's what Twitter will be for. Well said, John, thank you for being here. I could use you here every day, I think for just a reasonable sort of a just kind of a laid back explanation of what we're talking about. I don't care. Joe, I don't understand grace. Your idea of, what was it again that you said those two grace in civility? I said that if he could if he modeled civility and if he modeled grace and I'm not going to happen that doesn't happen on Twitter, but if he did, for a lot of people then it would be bankrupt. I mean, the reason why no, but from a business perspective, the reason why people aren't spending enough time there is because they feel they're being bullied. They feel it's not, it's not a happy place. It's a negative place. It's a place where but from a leadership standpoint, leaders have to model certain types of behaviors. They need to bring predictability. They need to motivate people instead what he's provoking is uncertainty and anxiety. So the playfulness could be one thing as a user. But now, as a owner and until it closes, the current leadership has to maintain operational continuity, which will be very difficult to do if people are anxious, worried about their livelihood, worried about their income and these are existential threats for individuals and happening so publicly. So you need to maintain calm as a leader. So the fun, yeah, great as a user, but as a leader, you have to think differently. So now we want to thank you, Alan John. Appreciate it. Thanks for the civil conversation. Omaha thing coming up, right? It's working. That's where Becky, that's where she's on her way, I believe, to that on our way. That's where the action is going to be this weekend. Warned the rules of capitalism. Buffett palooza or something, or said other burning, burning Buffett. It's like all those things thrown into one. Isn't it? And if we ever live stream the entire thing before? Nope. First time CNBC dot com slash Buffett, check it out. It should be good. This Saturday to watch the annual meeting itself, the day kicks off at 9 45 a.m. Eastern Time. There's a pre game show, the game, the halftime report, the game, and the after party all on CNBC dot com slash Buffett. And Berkshire shareholders, you still have time to submit your questions to our team. Becky will ask as many as she can this Saturday, so send yours through to Berkshire questions at CNBC dot com. And that does it for the podcast today. Squawk box is hosted by Joe kernan, Becky quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin weekday mornings on CNBC at 6 a.m. eastern. To get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV show right into your ears. 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"atwitter" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"None. Join us right now is rich Greenfield light shed partners cofounder. I was just talking about, did you make that gift that I saw floating around with Mark doing a little bit of like a jig or a dance or something out there? No, a little bit of a Superman. I mean, you know, you sort of think about Mark running into the phone booth, like Superman did and coming out and going from Clark Kent into Superman. And the reason I did that is if you thought about Mark Zuckerberg on the fourth quarter call a couple of months ago, he felt if you were to think of one word Andrew, it was vulnerable. Like Facebook, meta looked vulnerable to TikTok. He just sounded, you know, he sounded flat footed, he didn't sound excited. He sounded almost worried, whereas this quarter, we got an entirely different Mark Zuckerberg, sort of the Mark Zuckerberg we're used to of, we know how to make these transitions. We've done this before. He never mentioned the word TikTok himself. He just had an air of confidence that was simply missing last quarter. And I can't completely explain it, but it was an entirely different Mark Zuckerberg. And I think his body language has a lot to do with why the stock is higher today. And you think that body language is a reference to just basic confidence in the future of the company in the business. Yeah, I think they have greater confidence that while TikTok is certainly a major threat. That they are growing reels, they're investing in AI to make, so it's not just about your Friends feed. It's more about any piece of content. You know, the way TikTok is less about who you follow and more just about servicing great content. They are clearly leaning into that aspect of technology to change Facebook and Instagram for the future. But I also think that, you know, the other thing that investors are really excited about is that they're sort of understanding that they're not just, this is not a black hole tied to the metaverse, that there is sort of rational investor discipline, which you didn't hear about on the last few calls. It was, hey, we are going at this huge opportunity. We're going to spend aggressively this quarter it was, we're going to actually cut back on some of those investments because our revenue growth is slowing. We're facing headwinds, economically, geopolitically. And that, you know, it reminds me back when Google, when Ruth came in and they started making some cutbacks to some of their investments that were less, more speculative, investors love that. And I think investors love that sort of body language from Dave wehner today. Rich, you just mentioned Ruth and you mentioned Google, they just had their earnings report the day prior, and there were a lot of concerns about the advertising piece on YouTube, make the distinction between what you think has happened on YouTube in the past quarter and what's happening on Facebook. The Ed market is slowing down radically. This is not about Facebook crushing advertising numbers. I mean, you just said it. The bottom end of their range is a decline of 4% in revenues year over year. The ad market is challenged. I mean, we're looking at increasing inflation fears, recession, possibly in Europe, and in the U.S.. There is definitely concern for the ad market. This is just expectations for Facebook. We're so low, less so about just the trajectory of advertising. And more just about getting crushed by TikTok. I mean, the fear coming out of last quarter was they can't figure out how to keep up and TikTok is just eating their lunch. That is something where you feel like, okay, we can't fix the economic environment, the geopolitical environment. But as you move into 23 or 24, Facebook will grow again. And when you look at its valuation, this is trading at mid teens, earnings multiple. Earnings multiple on 23, even with slower growth because of advertising that Google talk to as well. I think investors are going one 75 was just too cheap. This has just been two penalized. Real quick because we got to run, but the advertising piece more broadly. All the media companies that you follow, everybody wants to get a piece of the advertising business now. Strategically, we're talking about this yesterday. We talked about Netflix. We talked about what WarnerMedia wants to do. Is this strategic shift from subs to advertising happening at the wrong time insofar as you just said that we're starting to see weakness in that space? It's actually the irony of it. I mean, even Elon Musk is trying to get away from advertising on Twitter. I think consumers love sort of an ad free experience or an ad lite experience. You know, I think look mobile mobile products that are free like Facebook and TikTok are very different than thinking about Netflix and Disney+. I'm still not convinced that when people are watching Netflix or watching their Disney+ frozen movies, they really want to be interrupted with repetitive disruptive advertising, especially in a weaker advertising environment. But look, Andrew, the single biggest reason why everyone is looking at advertising is linear TV, notwithstanding CNBC, but linear TV broadly is in a lot of trouble, right? And so everyone's trying to figure out how do you reach consumers with brand messages. And so everyone is sort of thinking about how do you reach your consumer in 2022 and beyond. That's part of why advertisers are so fixated on this. Rich, I'm going to mortgage, I'm going to take out second mortgages on my properties and buy Netflix. Am I wrong? Look, Netflix has been crushed. More than any other reason. And they haven't said this, but I think their own content has just not been good enough. For a long time, it was Netflix had a lot of content, but it was just good enough. And I think in this environment competitively, good enough is no longer. Yeah, but I need to know anything other than it was loved at 700 and hated at one 91. Why do I need to know anything other than that to take a shot? As long as you believe they're going to create compelling program again, like must see programming. This price is too low. Exactly. And so that's exactly the point show. And so if you believe that the content is cyclical and not cyclical for any reason, but it just runs in cycles. This is going to be a good place to be jumping up and down saying a bike as you love that company used to. I'm a little frustrated with the advertising approach because I don't think consumers want advertising, but it's probably two years away and who knows if they actually even do it. Okay, thanks, rich. Cheese will be next. Next on squawk pod a Moscow Twitter has tech employees less than thrilled. Will he run the company the same way that he tweets? Corn ferries Allen guarino on Twitter's uncertain road ahead. Our prediction was because purpose is why people go to work today. Elon entering this company was going to be disruptive. We can say good or bad. How this company gets run is going to determine how many employees actually stay. For the first time ever on CNBC dot com, the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting is live. I always start from a position of fear. Perspective on inflation, the war and interest rates, the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting, Saturday April 30th, only on CNBC dot com slash Buffett. You're listening to squawk pod from CNBC. Today with Joe kernan Andrew Ross Sorkin and for the next few minutes, fellow CNBC anchor John Ford. Welcome back to squawk box this morning. Elon Musk causing quite a bit of a stir, a Twitter, if you will, yesterday. Now facing a backlash from Twitter employees over his online criticism of one of the company's executives must tweeting Wednesday an image questioning the political bias of Twitter's top lawyer leading some of his followers to post vulgar messages to her in response, according to The Wall Street Journal, Twitter employees asked an internal message discussions whether that move breached the terms of the deal to buy the company, the journal saying the employees also questioned the silence of former CEO and cofounder Jack Dorsey who relied on this lawyer to navigate issues around content and moderation. Joining us right now is Tisdale nearly Harvard Professor of business professor at business administration and senior administrative dean and faculty and research and also Allen ogori corn fairy vice chairman and CNBC's John Ford all with us..
"atwitter" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"With more squawk pod. Up and Andrew, Q welcome back to S.W.A.T. box right here on CNBC, I'm Andrew Sorkin along with Joe kernen, Becky is off. It is just the boys this morning, but we've got a lot going on. Should we talk Facebook? Because this is well, that's the NASDAQ. That's a big relief. Facebook. We didn't need another Netflix or something like that. And that's the NASDAQ. Two 82. That's a big gain for the NASDAQ indicated. It's a big game. Well, tell everybody real quick what happens. Shares of Facebook meta platforms as Joe just mentioned soaring right now. That's on the back of this. Earnings of $2 and 72 cents last night per share. It was beat estimates of two 56 daily active users increased to 1.96 billion for 1.93 billion in February, but revenue growth of 7% marked the first quarter of Facebook's ten year history as a public company that growth hit single digits. So the company forecasted current quarter growth that is stagnant at best could flip to a decline from the same quarter last year on the earnings call CEO Mark Zuckerberg attributed the slowdown to a range of factors, including privacy changes at Apple, that's something he's been complaining about for a while. Now, softness and ecommerce and the popularity of short term videos, which he says are harder to monetize. Now, despite today's gain, Facebook is still down more than 35% for the year. The other thing that was fascinating was just how much money they're spending on the metaverse, Joe. Really? Yeah. Well, you need to if it's met a platform. I thought it was fascinating that they're going to not just show you. I'm not on Facebook, so I'm probably not the person to talk about Facebook experience. But you normally see a lot of stuff from the people you follow in your Friends as opposed to TikTok. TikTok prize to find things that they know you're going to want to see and Facebook is somehow going to try to transition to that, I guess, in an attempt to juice their engagement. I guess that's up 16%, Andrew, but it looks like most of the big cap tech stocks in terms of how it's performed this year, which is abysmally in so it was three 50 all the way down to under 200. Are you not, I know you're on Twitter, though. You don't block me, but I don't think you follow me, but no, no, I don't. But people send me I don't need to see all my people send me your stuff. Are you on insta? You're not on insta? And I'm not on Instagram, although I have an account that someone started. And so people apparently send stuff to it. I see. And I also care. Joe kernan might be on Instagram. I know it's Joe Kirk. Suggesting new stuff for you now. And that's a new thing. They do. But what I was going to say is, I don't know if you saw there was a tweet talking about Twitter last night, Tony Fidel, who helped build the iPhone at Apple then built nest. He said, in Q one alone, meta's metaverse reality labs operated at a loss of $2.96 billion. How much they're investing in this whole new universe. Last year reality labs lost over $10 billion, and he says the iPhone didn't even cost $3 billion to build, let alone 13 $1 billion, and then he says, effectively, a four letter word, the metaverse. You have some positive views about the future. Vis-à-vis the metaverse. I'm still waiting to sort of understand better. Maybe I've seen people with the goggle taking golf swings and knocking over flower pots and stuff. Here's what I, here's what would appeal to me, Andrew. Hook up those electrodes to my muscles that they stimulate them. So they grow up. And put me in a let me lay down and have a workout while I'm laying down, but I think I'm doing things. I'm with you. That would be good. Now that's worth investing in, Joe. That's worth investing. For those devices. They make them. Do they work? They don't work. No pain, no gain. No pain, no gain. We know that about almost everything. There's no free lunches in no pain no gain. And the endorphin buzz, I always thought of exercise as the opposite of drugs, drugs, you don't do anything. You take it and you feel good for a while, I guess. I'm told. And then you feel terrible opposite for exercise. You feel horrible for an hour, and then the endorphins come in. And then you feel great. That's a much better delayed gratitude. It's much better than doing the instant gratification with alcohol, right? Am I right about that? You don't know either.
"atwitter" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"I'm Sam D.C. producer Cameron Costa. Today on squawk pod. Meta making waves. The Facebook parent got its groove back in this quarter's earnings report, and Wall Street is taking notice. Media watcher, rich Greenfield. He just had an air of confidence that was simply missing last quarter. It was an entirely different Mark Zuckerberg and I think his body language has a lot to do with why the stock is higher today. How the platforms evolving and how we might evolve along with it. You have some positive views. Vis-à-vis the metaverse. I'm still waiting to sort of understand better. Maybe let me lay down and have a workout while I'm laying down, but I think I'm doing things. I'm with you. That would be good. And Elon Musk's plans for Twitter have Twitter employees up in arms. What they need from him to stay at their desks, and whether his playful attitude is too provocative. Harvard Business school's sedal Neely. Leaders have to model certain types of behaviors. They need to bring predictability. They need to motivate people instead what he's provoking is uncertainty and anxiety. Those stories plus an update on archos, what might be the biggest white collar prosecution of our time and calling all Warren Buffett fans. This weekend, you can hear from the oracle of Omaha himself. The Woodstock of capitalism. It's Thursday, April 28th, 2022, and squawk pad begins right now. Standing by in three, two, one, two Andrew. Good morning and welcome to squawk box right here on CNBC I'm Andrew Ross Sorkin along with Joe kernan. It's just the boys this morning. Becky's got the day off. She's going to be bringing us a lot of great interviews and things out in Omaha. Starting tomorrow, but we've got a big day ahead of us. You know, let's think about April too, but we're going to try April. There's a lot that happens in it. April 1st, start with April 1st. Then you get the 15th. Then you get four 20, and then it's over in 30 days. So we need to think about that as our life flies by. So April's almost done. You know, we realize 30 days only, right? We're coming up on it here. Okay, good. Do your knuckle things. I drive Fords and therefore I would never want to I thought you were getting to tell you right. I saw another one and I don't know, Andrew. I'm not sure. They're gorgeous. I saw a cool Kia electric car. That's a cool one. The Jason Bateman drives around. I think that's cool too. I agree with you. Okay, let's talk for quickly. Board shares are higher. Company posted adjusted earnings, a 38 cents beating estimates by a penny net profit was dragged down, by a loss of $5.4 billion on the company's 12% stake in rivian rivian stock off about 52% of its market cap during the first quarter. Ford executives declined to comment on the earnings call on the plan for the rivian stake, the lockup period for pre IPO investors on rivian ends next week are almost. It's not quite next week, but it's coming up Ford reaffirmed its full year guidance, citing strong vehicle pricing and expectations for production to ramp up throughout the year. And here's what CEOs Jim Farley said on mad money last night with Jim. I made great progress on launches. We launched on time. That's great for lightning. We launched the E transit on time. That's great. We still have more work to do on warranty costs. This is a very expensive. And the second thing is we got to get past the chip issue. We had a couple of really bad commodities that held up our most profitable units, and we think that's an area where we have upside. And second quarter. Second half. Ford also confirmed last night. It's going to cut 580 jobs as part of its ongoing turnaround plan. The reductions come largely in engineering as the automaker pivots from internal combustion engines to electric cars, which require different skill sets. We've got some news on arcade capital management's founder. He is now free on bail after being formally charged yesterday over accusations of a massive stock fraud that led to his firm's meltdown, Bill Wang, along with arca ghost CFO, Patrick, work charged by federal prosecutors with racketeering, conspiracy, securities, fraud, and wire fraud. Now, both men have pleaded not guilty as collapse. You might remember last year when it was caught short on highly leveraged trades hitting Wall Street and sparking a fire sale in certain stocks leading to billions of dollars in losses, all of this Joe raising all sorts of questions about derivatives, these total return swaps that they were using when they got to 5%. We saw the impact on discovery stock last year. That was in the middle of that WarnerMedia transaction. We didn't know it at the time. But then also CBS Viacom as well. And this may turn out to be one of the largest white collar prosecutions that we've seen on Wall Street in quite some time. It reminded me of parking stock, Andrew, you know what I mean when in the old days, that's the way you used to do it that got milk in trouble and my favorite thing back then. And you were a young fellow, but bosky wrote a book about even I think it was called I've got a copy of the book. It's called her germania because he really probably worth something today. Yeah. He really was able to go through the weeds and identify undervalued situations. It was just so funny that he wrote that. It was actually finding out about things before that that's the best way to make money. If you can actually. But I just wonder where this case, the spider webs of this case. You have to imagine they're pleading not guilty. You imagine it goes to trial unless they somehow plead guilty before then. And where does it go? Obviously, Morgan Stanley played a role in a lot of these trades for them. There were lots of other banks. Were they lying to the banks unclear what did everybody know? I think you're going to see a lot of stuff in discovery. Who's in on it? Sort of understood what was actually happening and let it happen anyway. I remember we were like looking at Viacom and thinking, wow, that must be a heck of a turnaround, a SpongeBob or whatever. We were attributing it to. And I spoke to at one point when I was kind of just intimating that he had joined this new club. I'm not sure whether he did, but he must have been pretty close. It begins with a B at that one point. I don't know how much I don't know whether he sold, I don't know how much I don't know his personal finances, but when it was at the highs, don't you think he was close at that point? Because you were friends. I don't know. I don't know. But I think there are a lot of people who did sell during that during that period. But there was sort of a there was a view that there was a meme ification of those stocks. Right. And now it wasn't Reddit. It wasn't it. It wasn't ready. It was Bill Blaine. Next, on squawk pod, streamers, TV, the metaverse, and why Mark Zuckerberg is looking a little more confident with media watcher rich Greenfield. They have greater confidence that while TikTok is certainly a major threat that they are growing reels, they're investing in AI to make so it's not just about your Friends feed. Mad for meta right after this. I'm Scott Wapner, when the closing bell rings, we're just getting started. Closing bell overtime is your destination for late breaking news, and after hours action, we're tackling each trading day with actionable advice from some of the biggest names on the street. Follow and listen to CNBC's closing bell podcast today. We're back.
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"Social media one live radio right every one of who welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernard atwitter junior. And dr allison hall. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheartmedia media as well as kfi in southern california on abc. News talk if you're just now joining us Doctor hall is a doctor of osteopathic medicine as a practicing dual board. Certified adult internist and pediatrician. Most recently doctor hall has become an associate professor with the university of south florida conducting research to better solidify not only the metabolic effects of the low carbohydrate ketogenic nutrition but more importantly how to adopt and sustain this nutritional practice for lifelong for your whole life. So let's talk about this Doctor hall's website is your well being tribe dot com doctor hall. How can we reverse insulin resistance. Is it possible to do that. Oh my gosh. it's absolutely possible. And that's one of the greatest joys. About what i do. I get to see it first hand so it is amazing what dietary changes do and It allows our insulin receptors to become sensitive dramatically reducing reducing local cross levels. And i'll have you know diabetics with hemoglobin season the twelve which is extraordinarily elevated. Dropped down to the sixes. I will have patients with fatty liver disease. And just twelve months completely reversed. Their fatty liver disease. So yeah about the subject and you should be. Because i mean that's got to be such a good feeling to heal people like that. I mean it's got to be a tremendously good feelings. And and you know the the cajun diet has been around for one hundred years. A lot of people don't know that you know they tend to think it's a fad diet but it's not and it's been around a helping people to treat epilepsy and a lot of things for many many years. So let's talk about this. How does a low carbohydrate ketogenic nutritional plan reduce your insulin resistance so just first and foremost knowing that the blood glucose levels of course is therefore going to lower the need for insulin. But a well-formulated low-carbon ketogenic diet doesn't just focus on carbohydrates but also protein so protein does cause an insulin response to a lesser degree than then carbohydrates. But it's still does though so we have to make sure that we're eating adequate protein not excessive protein and then lastly it is the higher fat content that helps shift our bodies metabolism to use fat for fuel. So what's interesting is fat is only macro nutrient that we could soon that doesn't require insulin. Which is why it's so beneficial eating higher fat low carbohydrate adequate protein diet it shipped a metabolic lead to start tapping into our own sap doors. I you will for energy to craig. He wow. i'm not sure. I knew that that was you know what you just said about the that. We've talked about this for years as i said Starting with dr. Joey antonio who's the co founder of the international society of sports nutrition. Those guys and sean wells. I'm sure you know him. He's friends with dr dom they all have. We been talking about this for years but that one fact that you just said that fat is the only a nutrient that what did he say it again. But that is the only macro nutrient. That doesn't ignite an insulin response. So insert carbohydrates protein and fat. Yeah that makes so much. Yeah it makes sense. You know when you when you hear that i mean knowledge is power and so You know how important it is How important is it to work with dr on this type of diet. Well i mean. I will be very. She needs to work with an expert Now if you have certain disease processes like diabetes hypertension I you very much need to work closely with the physician. Because no doubt you're going to have to dramatically reduce your medication ryan as you and blood reduce so for those individuals. It's an absolute must Otherwise you know really just making sure you're getting the right information. I mean a lot of times. There's those misconceptions of. Oh i just eat a bunch of fat and protein. I'm gonna kito. No no no no. That's not the way it works. let's let's remember. First and foremost food must be nourishing and eating bacon and cheese. All day may put you in ketosis but that's not going to give us all the micronutrients that we need for survival. So really adopting a well-formulated plan understanding that food is medicine must be correctly and also understanding that to to really enter into ketosis. We really have to follow very specific ratios percentages of the micronutrient goals that are set based on our sex or height our ideal body weight Those nuances. It's really important that you know what you're doing you're doing it correctly and confirmed that you're you are truly in key chose is by by checking to see if you aren't does whether it be quick. Blood kitone meter or abreast on appleton meter different ways to evaluate that. But i mean this isn't like a truly should be like a nutritional therapy and therefore you wanna make sure that you're doing this correctly you're doing it safely the other reason why it's really important is when we follow a low carb akita genyk diet there dramatic shifts in water retention and I changes within the body with a sodium potassium and magnesium so a lot of times when people very quickly adopt a low carb ketogenic died. They don't feel well and it's not because they're missing hydrates but rather their kidneys are diary seeing all of the fluids. Because we're not regaining it anymore and with that sodium followed and so people are feeling tired. Lightheaded dizzy how they not because the niekro hydrates with because they need water and soap and potassium so we really help them. Make sure that they're getting all those Electrolytes that they need that. They're doing the safely when we we put participants through our program. We do an incremental change a duck wise approach. They can really Sustain an obtain this way of eating a lot of times. People just wanna like dramatically. Change their over yeah. I don't recommend that you're not going to feel well. You want to do this incrementally and time and time again people say oh my gosh i thought i wanted to rip it off like a band-aid but i'm glad i didn't know and what you said about the bacon and cheese. It's so funny. Because before the show i was talking to someone about you know what we were talking about today. The ki did genyk And i was saying these people that think that the key genetic diet is simply eating. I'm going to have some cheese bacon cheese and bacon. Just eat all you know. They don't they don't understand like it's you have to incorporate things that are healthy along with those healthy fats and so many people That are on the go or whatever. Just wanna do things quickly and not do it. Well don't understand the importance of a truly balanced keita. Genyk diet a true ketogenic diet right. I mean with our our members. They're eating six eight servings of non-strategic vegetables a day and replay high on it. Like it's the number one thing that we're eating. Twelve fifteen grams of carbohydrates. Come from green things daily. No if ands or buts and you can accomplish. Great things with the ketogenic diet. I've seen it. I've heard it over and over again. I've seen it talked with people that have been on the show that have really reverse disease on the ketogenic diet. And that's why i love talking about it. I do because. I do think it's very effective and i do think that it's healthy. And speaking of that is it. You know it can also affect a genyk diet can affect your.
Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"atwitter" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"But it was the early days of mtv. And i was into like you know. Rush in billy's squire and leopard those kind of things. I think it's probably pretty tomlin flory. Fourteen year old kid at that time. Sure home so then in the midst of all that watch those videos. And i remember my brother disney. I was crazy was the atlantic city video. Would pop up in. I was just riveted to to that video and it was just such a departure from everything else bruce wasn't ended blackened way on the bus Just such different different music. And i was really attracted to that song and you know that was really. I guess you know you might start. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode. Set less than bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans. I am your host. Jesse jackson fresh from a unplanned sabbatical. But i am back. i am recording new episodes. As record this is june ninth About fifteen in my liquid diet only and damn am i hungry for solid food so unfortunately my guest is going to have to put up with my stomach. Grumbling kin saw. We'll chick perfect perfect Joining me so ken. Welcome to the show. My friend yeah thanks. Thanks just the crowd the have miana really appreciate it. Really really fun in glad. You're back until salem better. I am so tell us about yourself. Give us your elevator pitch. Yeah yeah so against Yeah i guess. We start with the with bruce springsteen Temper for quite some time. I guess late school mid high school days Kogyo been here chicago area. I live in tinley park actually a sub of chicago. But i've been scouring my my whole life on the with my wife in the heavy a beagle. Basset hound mix and Yeah i do marketing profession in the noticed atwitter today at a blog about the chicago white sox and new nest for four for five years now. So it's kinda did not show so why white sox cups well. Yeah yet really. That's a question i mean. Yeah but Yeah i guess. I was not gonna white sox danish puts out here but i was Kosan i grew up You know comes fan but I guess i kinda get high school. Age fit in with the cool kids. I had to be a white sox fan. I converted in the never looked back a little bit of rebel against your dad or no no. I don't think so at all. I was still a cubs. Fan of a closet I can switch back and forth for for who. I'm gonna cry for quite some time..
RFK Refugees Podcast
"atwitter" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"That would that. Would that would put him in that position. And basically give him an ability to push forward and that's basically what he does and it actually is incredibly effective because they are able to sort of relieve that pressure and sort of overload that middle everybody starts crashing the middle to try to get around him. He plays the ball out wide and suddenly their space out there I really don't think any is getting enough enough. Love not just for that. I think performance might be his sort of coming out moment as far as this year goes but the fact that he has been basically asked to play center back and has done a very good job at it I think just shows the type of caliber player that he is and why certain other people who doubted him. Undoubted why you should come here. Are eating crow tonight And i'll never let. I will never let people live that down. They well the podcast sub. Those people understand that and those people have publicly May i think they have. They have but they but people are going to drag me down for ola i. It's fair. I think it will be interesting to see what happens when steve birnbaum comes back where you've got to keep in the in the field. We can put them. Did i you you. You can't take them off right now. So that'll be. you know. Love to have a selection problem. That's the best thing you can have is. Where where you gonna put all these players who playing well you figured out. That's what announced paid to do But you know. I love it this. It's i i haven't been able to get the team store at a game. I haven't been working yet. I will be getting the number on my back It brings me joy to have a player who is from the already now. The olden days which is still did that but I think it's fantastic. And i hope that he you know hope that it continues. I think he's prove people wrong. He's bu-but proven. Bob bradley wrong And i think the he has a unique skill. Set of like you say there aren't a lot of senate guys playing center back. That can make that run. Oh wherever you put him on the field. He's got he is. He could do it all so we'll move on but ending har- congrats on fantastic weekend. Donna pints you call out that he was having a great game atwitter during the game. Talk about him. yes so donald pines. We've always talked about him. We we always saw the skill set. i guess the most impressive thing is you know there was always those he would always have those one that that one moment where things would go bad and he you who's always do for one. Gimme as far as the team and you just had to hope. It didn't resort a goal. That's all that's what you had hoped for you and hope for someone was there to clean it up or order covered up And i think early this season we saw. Maybe some signs that that was going to continue and i got a little worried for him I don't know if it's being named revision roster kind of kind of refocused him but even the past few games. He has cut down dramatically on his sort of moments. He and he he had this game he was literally just shutting down anytime Inter miami developed anything close to an attack. He was there to kind of make the right step in. He was there to push the ball forward. james from dc uk remarked on his His passing ability. I thought it was fine about he was he was able to move the ball. It wasn't as cleaners. Chris pez as maybe any the horror brennan hindsight but it was it was serviceable and sort of getting the ball out wide and sort of moving it.
"atwitter" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"What does that do so. I have all of my music files on auto server which i've largely rip from cd in flag format so they're lossless. Which means you if. I'm streaming them over plex or nba or something like that. It might want a trenchcoat saving network bandwidth or latency. But i know that the original i've always got losses former some not losing losing quality multiple rian coatings. But some about so does as you point out some files and you say i want them to be in this format and i want them to be named like this and then you say go and it does it and it works really well and it supports all of the options over needed so if i need to do something like Well i want to these files on my car. Stereo which only sports mp threes than. I can just take the flax of those songs and stick them in there and say mp three and i can say replace the falls you started with or i can say put them in the same in the director of the new extension or arkansas output in somewhere completely different or gca around with the file name so it looks like this And yeah it's just one of those tools that does one thing and does really well is a is is to be honest. I don't really pay that much attention. It looks like the screenshots. Looked like atwitter and okay. Yes and it is fabulous. I don't use it frequently. But when i need to do that stuff i use it three. My second one is obese studio. And the reason i put that in there is. I've used all manner of screen capture over the years. I've used ffm-peg on the komo online. I've used record my desktop. Causam voca screen of used loads and the one that consistently reliable able to record a screen. That you pointed at is a bs and the way you can stream to..
"atwitter" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"What does that do so. I have all of my music files on auto server which i've largely rip from cd in flag format so they're lossless. Which means you if. I'm streaming them you plex or nba or something like that. It might want a trenchcoat saving network bandwidth or latency. But i know that the original i've always got losses former some not losing losing quality multiple rian coatings. But some about the does as you point out some files and you say i want them to be in this format and i want them to be named like this and then you say go and it does it and it works really well and it supports all of the options over needed so if i need to do something like Well i want to these files on my car. Stereo which only sports mp threes than. I can just take the flax of those songs and stick them in there and say mp three and i can say replace the falls you started with or i can say put them in the same file but in the same director of the new extension or arkansas output in somewhere completely different or gca around with the file name so it looks like this And yeah it's just one of those tools that does one thing and does really well is a is is to be honest. I don't really pay that much tension. It looks like the screenshots looked like atwitter and sajid k. Yes and it is fabulous. I don't use it frequently. But when i need to do that stuff i use it three. My second one is obese studio. And the reason i put that in there is. I've used all manner of screen capture over the years. I've used ffm-peg on the komo online. I've used record my desktop. Causam voca screen of used and the one that consistently reliable able to record a screen. That you pointed at is a bs and the way you can stream to..
"atwitter" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Was that do so. I have all of my music files on auto server which i've largely rip from cd in flag format so they're lossless which means you if i'm streaming them you plex or nba or something like that. It might want a trenchcoat saving network bandwidth or latency. But i know that the original i've always got losses former some not losing losing quality multiple rian coatings. But some about so does as you point out some files and you say i want them to be in this format and i want them to be named like this and then you say go and it does it and it works really well and it supports all of the options over needed so if i need to do something like Well i want to these files on my car. Stereo which only sports mp threes than. I can just take the flax of those songs and stick them in there and say mp three and i can say replace the falls you started with or i can say put them in the same file but in the same director of the new extension or arkansas output in somewhere completely different or gca around with the file name so it looks like this And yeah it's just one of those tools that does one thing and does really well is a is is to be honest. I don't really pay that much attention. It looks like the screenshots looked like atwitter and sajid okay. Yes and it is fabulous. I don't use it frequently. But when i need to do that stuff i use it three. My second one is obese studio. And the reason i put that in there is. I've used all manner of screen capture over the years. I've used ffm-peg on the komo online. I've used record my desktop. Causam voca screen of used loads and the one that consistently reliable able to record a screen. That you pointed at is a bs and the way you can stream to..
"atwitter" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"What does that do so. I have all of my music files on auto server which i've largely rip from cd in flag format so they're lossless. Which means you if. I'm streaming them over plex or nba or something like that. It might want a trenchcoat saving network bandwidth or latency. But i know that the original i've always got losses former some not losing losing quality multiple rian coatings. But some about so does as you point out some files and you say i want them to be in this format and i want them to be named like this and then you say go and it does it and it works really well and it supports all of the options over needed so if i need to do something like Well i want to these files on my car. Stereo which only sports mp threes than. I can just take the flax of those songs and stick them in there and say mp three and i can say replace the falls you started with or i can say put them in the same file but in the same director of the new extension or arkansas output in somewhere completely different or gca around with the file name so it looks like this And yeah it's just one of those tools that does one thing and does really well is a is not to be honest. I don't really pay that much attention. It looks like the screenshots looked like atwitter and sajid k. Yes and it is fabulous. I don't use it frequently. But when i need to do that stuff i use it three. My second one is obese studio. And the reason i put that in there is. I've used all manner of screen capture over the years. I've used ffm-peg on the komo online. I've used record my desktop. Causam kazam voca screen of used. And the one that consistently reliable able to record a screen that you pointed at is a bs and the way you can stream to..
"atwitter" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"What does that do so. I have all of my music files on auto server which i've largely rip from cd in flag format so they're lossless. Which means you if. I'm streaming them you plex or nba or something like that. It might want a trenchcoat saving network bandwidth or latency. But i know that the original i've always got losses former some not losing losing quality multiple rian coatings. But some about so does as you point out some files and you say i want them to be in this format and i want them to be named like this and then you say go and it does it and it works really well and it supports all of the options over needed so if i need to do something like Well i want to these files on my car. Stereo which only sports mp threes than. I can just take the flax of those songs and stick them in there and say mp three and i can say replace the falls you started with or i can say put them in the same file but in the same director of the new extension or arkansas output in somewhere completely different or gca around with the file name so it looks like this And yeah it's just one of those tools that does one thing and does really well is a is not to be honest. I don't really pay that much attention. It looks like the screenshots looked like atwitter and sajid k. Yes and it is fabulous. I don't use it frequently. But when i need to do that stuff i use it three. My second one is obese studio. And the reason i put that in there is. I've used all manner of screen capture over the years. I've used ffm-peg on the komo online. I've used record my desktop. Causam voca screen of used loads and the one that consistently reliable able to record a screen. That you pointed at is a bs and the way you can stream to..
The Free Agents
"atwitter" Discussed on The Free Agents
"A whoa about. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. If you're listening. Jump over to youtube to see beard. Pet trae and lee in front of a nice background back shack trae we. We're not showing that. Were showing lead doing it to trae at the nba award show in two thousand seventeen. Yeah there you go nice. Yeah that was. The james harden nicki menaj bill russell given the finger. Charles barkley that could've craig sate craig sager tribute Those were the moments the honest won. Mvp is first mvp. so is that eight. That was yeah. you're right right. Yep okay was westbrook. that's correct. I'll jump in here because it's been in the news recently and by in the news i mean on this show. I dropped my computer yesterday. My answer to this question is i kinda went all in on my studio experience. We're showing to you here. I put up the foam core. Things were looking good. I didn't go but the foam core was happening. It was it was. It was sticking on the walls but now the humidity in this garage. It's fallen apart. But i'm still happy that i did it. So happy that there is some soundproofing. The blanket is still up. Bob is still holding the blanket. He's doing a good job on the outside of the blanket. But that's my my quick answer there. That's awesome all right next question here. Greetings dumplings. I grew up in l. a. laker fan but i've been living in phoenix for the past five years. I recently discovered that campaign lives in my complex and assured a few elevators with them over the past couple of weeks. I despise this man for obvious reasons as he joins a long list of small shifty guards who have destroyed the lakers over the years. Name of time you're near a person or nba player when you couldn't muster up the courage to tell him or her hell you really feel. Turn up lullabies possum from remez. I'm guessing none of these stories will come from the nba awards show of two thousand so we were just talking to everybody and taking everybody task. Sounds like we love the nba award show. I gotta go back. Yeah i'll jump in here. Twenty eleven were in a chicago airport on our way to portland for our. Tb toured the basketball jones. That was our name way back win. And i saw wesley matthews in the airport. And i'm happy to tell this story again baby now. The question is win is time you could muster up the courage to tell someone well as you can see on my tweet here on youtube if you're following along it's not that i couldn't mustered up. I didn't want to bother him. So i tweeted. While adding wesley matthews on the tweets. Or maybe i did want to talk to him. I said on her way to portland at west u. to waiting for the same flight one introduced myself. But i'm not going to buy them. That's how much i respect him. So people started messaging him saying. Hey there's somebody around. Because i saw i saw him look around. The people must have been texting or tweeting him. Saying there's somebody around. Who wants to talk to you so when he did that. I was like okay. We're just waiting here at the gate. Nothing happening we could talk for a second. So i went up to. We talked for a few minutes. And i got this fantastic slave matthews hanging out in the chicago airport. Great guy and Yes just a gem to talk to and still playing to this day. that's a decade ago. Well time for decade ago. While that is crazy i still remember this clear as day. We're like task. Just go talk to them too school. He's mad and look at. It has lasted for a decade. Here we can reference it. That's why it was so long ago. That wes matthews changed his twitter. Handle in the meantime kind of thing updated automatically. Like if you're at that guy updates on wes matthews nine or whatever it is and the photo upload system uploaded via why frog atwitter couldn't save that one don't don't that one went under unfortunately. Tk what's your answer for this. Well i gotta give a quick shot here to be with a comment in the stream. That really made me laugh. Set next to kelly olynyk at a restaurant and hated his mannered. It'd be disappointed to see it. Nba player just develop devouring a corncob or whatever it is me. Though it's carlos boozer carlos boozer with the bulls. He was the highest paid player on the bulls during their derrick rose era when they were really good you know. The thought was that he was going to be lebron or dwayne. Wade or maybe. Even chris bosh ended up. Being carlos boozer which is a bit of a disappointment when it came to title-contending. But then you meet carlos boozer and he's like the nicest most positive guy ever and you're like hey man. I know it was a bummer back. In the day that you couldn't play fourth quarters. But after having talked to him and ben around him it's like i can see why you'd be the greatest teammate. Ever if you're the highest paid player and you're able to go to the bench for a defensive replacement which timid would do all the time. It was frustrating in in the midst of it. Wondering why a guy. Making a whopping fourteen point four million dollars can't see the court in the fourth quarter. But it was understandable because carlos boozer was the nicest dude of all time super positive. He was always cheering on his teammates. I've changed my mind completely on him after. Haven't got to yell and one with them a couple of times. Fantastic on the show. I love this question for you. Leelee because you usually have no hesitation. It comes to wondering up usually a former nba player nba player in an airport or restaurant. Wherever the hell we are and hey let's get your tax might have you on anyway. Do you have someone where you haven't done that four where you were a little bit. You know what. I'm not going to approach him or her for whatever reason two years ago at the finals. I can't remember exactly. Which game was i think it was game four in oakland there the raptors in the war is and i was talking to mike. Breen one of the shootarounds. One day. And i was talking for way longer than i thought it was gonna. I was gonna chat to him but he knew the show and he said he watched the show. I'm not sure how often you watch the. But he said he he knew the show anyway like to show and this came a couple of days after. I just hit the game winner in the media. Metro challenge for god right and so the back of my mind. I'm like imagine. I can get my brain to go ellis bag and it was just it was like i hack heck. Can i go from just having a really nice conversation. Really mature serious compensation fun conversation to just say so mike just just just going to throw it out there wondering if you could just like maybe throw on this so i could put this. This isn't just didn't qualify you well because because like i say i think i had made before and so we just started talking. I was talking to him for probably like ten minutes. Which is a lifetime for a guy like him and we were just talking in house. I can probably do. But i don't mind going. Am i gonna slip these into the conversation..
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"atwitter" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Are trying to figure out how bacteria affect our health and so When i started diving into their research and what we now know is that without our got extra week would not absorb the nutrients that we get from the food that we eat all the different hormones that we think about to strong growth hormone cortisol. The are microbes can synthesize and make any of these compounds. And now you've talked a lot about the genyk diet and dot keet zones and fasting here shortly The main ketone body beta hydroxybutyrate. It's made by our liver are microbial. Make very similar molecule called you trick acid and is so structurally similar in some. There's some research suggesting that it may enter convert be jerk acid made by our gut bugs to eight hundred and so forth. So yeah microbiome. I mean it's indispensable In terms of like optimal health. And what we now know is individuals that are born via c-section how different microbiomes and children. There weren't naturally through the jain of their mother children than aren't breastfed and have engine. Formula have altered microbiomes and therefore they're more predisposed to different diseases. Everything from atop guinness orders autoimmune depression dementia. I mean the list goes on but think for most listeners. Which really interesting about the microbiome is the alterations that are linked with obesity in weight gain and insulin resistance and so what was really surprising to me. You know. having a master's degree in nutrition and harvest raven and get stock by. Didn't wanna share all the details. But i earned this master's degree nutrition in. We were kind of taught in nutrition that you have high calorie high sugar foods. Those raise blood glucose. Then your pancreas responds by raising a lot of by releasing insulin to lower the glucose. But what we now know is when you eat those high calorie high processed foods that are associated with western diet. You perturb you've got microbiome and cause low level inflammation leakage also known as intestinal permeability that causes literally battery of fragments to get into this joe compartments of the body trigger inflammation and not actually triggers. The insulin resistance. It's a new way of thinking about how we Get overweight and get insulin resistance and so forth and i think in my eyes it's really fascinating because then we can more custom tailor Dietary treatments and focus on quality. Yeah i totally thanks anytime. There's a health issue. We gotta look at the gut and the overhaul diversity of the gut microbiome and got to look at that and understand what's happening and what role that's playing individuals health issues and so we're signs and symptoms microbiome atwitter since may be. Can you find that term to yes. Ooh disposes would just kind of characterize the imbalance of the bug. So there's like we're talking about this. This bios the biomass efforts to the bug. So there you know. In categorically there's different ways of looking at this affirma- cuties backdoor -adies ratio. There's various pathogenic microbes and filo and So so there's different ways of looking at this. But what i like to look tell. People have people away to figure out if their own pitcher is. Altered is just ask some questions like we just talked about. Were you breastfed. yes or no. Were you given antibiotics in the first several years of life. Yes or no reborn via c-section vaginal delivery Did you grow up near around a farm or any farm animals or did you have a pet in the home Have you been given proton pump. Inhibitors assets presence You had a history of taking ibuprofen or counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatories all those. If you answer yes to a lot of those there's a high probability that you might go lions going to be imbalanced also Your diet your exercise your over lifestyle your life load your stress Those are all going to factor. In right so i mean this may be loose to say but but if you have an health ailment if you have autoimmune if you have depression you hormone imbalances. You have obesity diabetes. There's a high probability that your microbiome is imbalanced. And then so the question becomes. What do we do about that. And you know. It's hard to argue with a whole real food style diet all the modalities and is one sure. We'll talk about very soon. Compressing that feeding window adding in some element of intermittent fasting. Because i think part of the reason why we have all these imbalances with blood sugar with inflammation and so forth is now we have food being exposed to twenty four seven three sixty five which is really an unnatural thing is as unnatural as i don't watching netflixif two in the morning right. It's just one of these. We humans have evolved in un industralised. Humans live and die by the sun and by sleep wake cycles right. Predators are out at night. You know So you wanna be closer. Family unit close villages will turn up. Go basically go to bed right and in do not gonna be you know eating out of the frigerator of the freezer and so forth and you know i have backyard chickens issues a small example in their pray for turkey there play pray for a foxes and coyotes and raccoons and all in fact raccoon. Just got one of her chickens but anyway as soon as the sun goes down they stopped eating and they go in the tree or they're gonna coop. It's like every single night ear so predictable You know they're not like as much as i live this stuff like sometimes i have to do a video or ended a podcast and i'll break my sleep wake cycle little bit right but like chickens other animals like they can afford to do that because if they do they die right and when we break that we don't necessarily die would just become a little bit more insulin resistant we have a little bit more food cravings or cortisol levels are off and if we prolong over ten fifteen twenty years we might have early onset of an age related disease and so that's the thing went when or making lifestyle changes sometimes we notice immediate effects like if you fast for twenty four hours your mindset you'll be more clear mentally right but you may not lose fifty pounds right way right it's gonna take a lot of time so that's the hard part about making his lifestyle changes for people is we want this instant gratification but we must realize that it's day in dall- have it's going to the sleep wake cycles when we start to break those and we start to have dinner later we're going out with friends were drinking alcohol. We're having dessert. Were eating at all hours and so forth. You know some people. I remember in college. Know after after partying. We'd have more food right. Have pizza a taco bell at a lot of people would do that and then we wonder why we gain weight wide. Jeez the freshman fifteen is just the cafeteria food. Or are you eating all the time whereas before when you're at home you probably didn't so sleep wake cycles. Circadian rhythm. Biology is key for our own human cells but also our microbial partners right there in oregon that live on within us and contribute to our health and so they have their same circadian biology mechanisms and genes and enzymes and all that they have that same machinery. All animals do I mean this was discovered in a you know the basically a worm right in andhra. Safa Flies i mean this is how we discovered the whole circadian clock system. So we need to understand that and so when we're feeding our bacteria outside of a proper feeding window your we're going to have different populations that will thrive others at will. Not thrive and the chances of creating despotic condition in that environment is very high. And so that's where you know if you don't wanna fast for five days at a time until we get it pretty much. Every single human should follow some element of time restricted feeding compressing that feeding window. We just know that. The biology's air at this point in time. And we rewarded rewind the clock two hundred years or go to some sub saharan africa and see people that are on industrialized. They're doing that naturally. Anyway and socio. yeah. I totally agree. I mean look at the m. Some ancient tribes like for example. Even the spartan. So there's this great movie. Three hundred spartans had this amazing resiliency neighbor. No in too fast through the day right and it kinda feast in the evening with their family right and they had this remarkable resiliency and strengthen their invitation armies much larger than themselves. So you know. It's something that has been known for. For centuries our ancestors many of them actually knew the benefits of time restricted eating in practice and so and going back to sleep. You know an interesting thing too is. I was reading some research for melatonin on we as that you know sleep hormone but actually helps to regulate microbial. You see anything on that. yeah lynn. Patrick has talked a lot about that. I interviewed or on youtube channel but melatonins also for blood. Sugar health in general couldn't make sense There's some really good research on melatonin fatty liver and a lot of people. Of course that. Get into fasting for weight loss. Blood sugar regulation are. We know that our liver is key metabolic oregon and doesn't get talked about a lot But yeah so melatonin. Great something. I recommend often take it myself. I think it's an amazing supplement for sure. Yeah yeah absolutely. And of course for eating very late at night or staying up late at night. We're going to suppress our melatonin production rights. So wanna get that really good notes productions so. Let's talk about little bit by intermittent fasting and how it impacts got. He's mentioned that time restricted feeding and in that role. So what have you seen out there in the research as far as how it impacts the guy and then also what. What are some of the best practices for that like. What would you recommend somebody to start a client when it comes to intermittent fasting improves gut. Bruin questions yeah definitely address is one thing i wanted to mention. It's kind of controversial in the medical literature. You referred to sparta and stuff and you know. They're eating patterns. It's kind of a nubia one meal a day could characterize it as eating hour in the evening interesting though that so i talked about this a lot in the book belly. Fat effect is what a lot of people are doing is skipping breakfast. Skipping went having kind of a elat breakfast can have a late lunch and then dinner There was an article that was it was I think the journal the journal of obesity medicine into thousand thirteen. where. I think it was seventy. Seven overweight women were character. Part of the trial was to put some have like recommend a big breakfast or an fasting all day or all day than a big dinner and actually individuals lost and this is so controversial on it. I just think it's really interesting. And the ads in his element of personalizing everything. Some of these women actually lost more weight had better blood sugar regulation by having the bigger breakfast so i think they're so then we hear you know different things out there where people thrive skipping breakfast. I myself do thrive like that right. Where where's my wife goes out. She does a lot of walking in the morning. To kickstarter day gets rebels moving and all that she likes breakfast afterwards because then she goes into a chiropractic clinic and if she doesn't have breakfast she's like kind of tired right and started to lose that mental energy. So i think you know whatever we talk about right now just remember folks just personalizes to your diet and your lifestyle and what works for you but yeah What are the mechanisms. It s to how intermittent fasting may affect the microbiome your gut and gut health. I you know there's a lot of different speculation out there. But i think it comes down to the fact that eating is just it's literally pro inflammatory. I mean we need urgent. We need food. But if you think about what's in your gut it's vomit and boop really gross but right it's pro inflammatory in a way because all the our gut is kind of outside our body right the the internal milieu of the lumine is outside her body. And there's a lot of for meditation products. Do these microbes. They're making secondary fatty acids we know about acetate appropriate beautiful rate three short chain fatty acids. But there's so many other volatile organic acids and those compounds affect literally the local environment Within our gi tract. And the other thing he'd been mind is just on the adjacent so we have the internal lumine of a small intestine which is majority of in terms of length Of gye tract just on the other side of that one single cell layer which just posits. It's it's important for people to recognize Many people listening right now have probably had a paper cut. At some point. In their life of our epidermis is seven layers thick case seven layers your intestinal luminous only one cell layer thick. And it needs to be that such that. If you had seven layers of intestinal cells you will die of malnourishment right. So you kind of need this. We need to absorb stuff but not too much so that we cause inflammation so. That's the thing so the the way that the body gets around that by placing a lot of what we call antigen sensing cells toll like receptors. These are all immune cells are soon. They're waiting they're constantly sampling. The environment countless bodyguards. Security guard saying okay. Are you sure you don't have. Guns are a liquid ounces over four ounces. things liquids reforms is right. So that's what our immune system is constantly doing and for constantly feeding that by snacking eating all the time the there i mean. There's only so much work that you can't work. Gs age twenty four seven seven days a week. They're gonna lose their vigor right. Your immune system is the same way your immune system needs energy and fuel and it has its own wake cycles. So by just constantly bombarding our gut with all these these foreign material. I mean. that's what food is. It's non-self its foreign material injure requiring you mean system to work every single time you eat right and so when you eat a lot of junk food constantly all the time of constantly snacking you just literally creating inflammation low inflammation and at some point you mean system might get confused between self and non self and that's what we call auto immune disease and literally if we look at obesity obesity meets. I think it's a four of five defining criteria of an autoimmune disease. I mean so. It's really kind of interesting talking a lot about that book belly. Fat the only hallmark of community that obesity doesn't meet is. There's no specific antigen. That's there's an immuno body immunoglobin antibody. That's made against right like we don't necessarily have antibodies against our fat tissue. So that's the only defining criteria of an autoimmune disease. That will be doesn't eat. Which is really interesting. So mechanistically at. I think part of it is just do this. Smoldering inflammation from eating all the time. And you take that away when you compress your feeding window or when you fast. The other mechanism is related to gram negative bacteria. So we've heard of endotoxin anyone that's a nurse knows a doctor has heard about sepsis or septic shock from heaven forbid if you were to fall off the roof halloween. Maybe you're hanging halloween's staffer under house and you fall off and you puncture urine testing for example you would be leaking a lot about bacteria and you get septic shock and it turns out that have low grades and we don't know it and so when we're eating you know mostly a lot of fat with a lot of carbs and that's where people get confused about cato diet. 'cause they here what's high in fat and i read this one study. That showed that that causes insulin. Resistance as really in the context of high-fat in high carbs together so the analogy that i use and not to invoke violence but you know carbohydrates can load the gun and fat pulsa trigger so if you have a french fries With a big one hundred grams of sugar. Liquid sugar right. That's a great way to cause this endotoxin which is basically. It's bacterial fragments. We all have endotoxin with an object. No one doesn't have it The average human has about five grams of endotoxin in their contract. Which is enough to kill you. I mean if you were to fit your bell and didn't get rushed to an emergency centre. You will die from endotoxin shock so you know you're dietary choices. Your exercise choices You're you're feeding window pattern can increase levels of this endotoxin into your bloodstream. And there was an interesting study that came out in. twenty twelve was a journal. Plus one biology founded endotoxin in the blood correlated with body. fat percentage. this will depositi triglycerides. Blood sugar Again these are all factors of the metabolic syndrome is factors of diabetes prediabetes of obesity. Right again a lot of folks listening may be interested in fasting because they wanna lose belly fat. Would they want to improve their blood sugar and so again. We now know that part of the reason that you may have gotten those diseases in the first place is due to goes back to the got right. So that's why the impetus for improving gut. Health personnel feeding window and fasting. So yeah i think i answered question the third one in there About ways to do their krispy. Kreme donuts right carb combo so classic in america. Yeah i mean i think gum yet you hit it right on their with endotoxin. Big big thing that to talk about and research has shown that it reduces endotoxin. In fact i saw something was out of journal neuro inflammation not some fourteen s as rats or what they did is they did them on alternative day fast. So twenty. four hours every other day and they showed a pretty significant drop in l. p. s. activity on l. Avation of certain cytokines tumor crisis. Fact ralph all these genetic pathways that are associated with chronic inflammation and also showed that the intermittent fasting for thirty days every other day. So fifteen days. They fed fifteen days. Facets or. it'd be like you fasting. Monday wednesday friday for example and they showed a significant rise in inner rugen tan ratchet at an anti inflammatory online so pretty significant there now again. It isn't rats. But the people that have had similar benefits fact for myself. I actually started with time restricted. Feeding when i was in graduate school before i knew anything about fasting facts. I was taking classes. Because i got a master's green exercise science and i'm seeking classes saying where you gotta eat six miles a day. You need to eat in the morning before you were out and so i just noticed that i felt better. I struggled with irritable bowel. And i noticed that i felt better when i didn't eat for me at the time. It was not eating in the morning right. So you know i still practice that i would just drink a lotta water. Facts are bringing gallon of water with me to my classes in the morning. Typically would work out in the morning and i just thought so good. Wouldn't actually get hungry till about three o'clock in the afternoon. Men between three and six or so. I would eat a whole lot of that. Y'all my calories and it was actually a gains significant amount of strengths muscle mass. I thought the some incredible when doing us at the time. I actually thought it was. I thought well. I'm just super hydrating. My body and this must be why now in the research coming on fasting. I realized why. Because of time. You know as as i started that i was struggling with anxiety with issues the concentration and reside not just ran away. I thought so much better on. It always struggled with challenges in maintaining muscle mass. And i didn't have that issue anymore. I was able to maintain muscle mass easily with snow sleeping better than i had ever slept right and so i noticed that i saw that improvement. There wasn't until years later that people start talking about fascinating even the term. I even came across the term. Intermittent fasting sites practice and so there was just. It just came intuitively to me but it started with and so that's really how i got started with it. I just wanna take a moment in interrupt this podcast tell you about my new favorite has tool. It's called c sixty purple power. You guys know that. I'm constantly vetting products. Everybody's sending me their products. 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The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"atwitter" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"Dane get screw. I just can't help but because you know for me personally drake maverick man. I haven't seen him do it in a in a minute man but i tell you what some of the shit that he was doing at impact wrestling particularly he. That little bag guy at one point that you you just yet you hated him you want for somebody to get their hands on him and beat the crap out of him and everything I can't help but wonder if maybe fans georgia fans are kind of looking at this wrong way when the way they should be looking at. It is maverick is the one that's actually going to be a training killian dane downli and say. I told us an interview. A couple couple of interesting highlights here. I thought it was pretty cool. And everything basically question was atwitter not was it a mistake with regards to You e- the undisputed era As far as adam. Cole is concern. He pretty much carried all of those guys in the u. e. just like he had been carrying an xt on his back pass for years. Talked about kylie o. Reilly a kyle riley him getting my spy. You know it ain't happening you know. He's the new face in the next t. He opened up annex t he then at annex t like he's replacing me now you know. He's he's not even doing an out if i got something to say about. It talked about carrying cross say carrying across is good nassar of. He's great also talked about their first championship title. Rang for carrying cross saying hey a freak accident slash mistake. That happened when he got injured and had to relinquish the title. Adam cole can't help but wonder if it truly was a frequent steak or if maybe carrying across just isn't ready but made no mistake about it that when the time comes. And he has his eyes set for that. Inex- t world title clock is ticking or carrying cross. So i mean that pretty much was the meat and potatoes of the adam cole. interview and Pretty much as far as what's next. He would not reveal it but pretty much one thing you can count on is when he shows up he's going to be making an impact and all that so. I mean just the way that you were kind of left fars impressions go. You're really left with the impression he's not done with kelly o. Reilly not by a long shot. And i just found it pretty interesting. That after his interview was over somehow pan back to a monitor and basically were shown that kylie. Oh rolly.
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"atwitter" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Two iran They were sorta audibles Like dream fly certain horses when when when you're teaching me how to come out of the gate and the gate rob open They're looking at the the gate in itself in front when they kinda bang around a little bit and they're they're a little reluctant or hesitant to come out of there. That's been issue The whole time and so she'll come out sometimes in another horses beside her but she do one hole in the race and so she was a little reluctant to come when she was looking at the gate says she has been and then she's looking at the The winner was was the eventual winner. Just took a little time with them out and that just cost us and take nothing away from the women's no task and i people may have seen my tweet that that's quite a story. Actually with johnny and buying that buying that philly out of toast of mayfair she was a first outwit her for graham. Her dam was the first atwitter and her dam was the first win so four straight generation of phillies that female family each of won at first asking great joy. Great job So you know it's Hats off to these guys. Everybody's working up here in kentucky so hard and trying to get their horses there and and they got theirs right here in kentucky. I was telling him. I sat back and i didn't. We're not we're not worried about you with the two year olds the those those winds will come. I do wanna bring up. I mentioned the win last week. And i actually. I'm glad you were busy at the sale because We didn't get a chance to talk about like the king. Talk about the the wind and the ruby. That was just it was fantastic. You know he's that was our plan all along was to to go. This rouse mickey kansallis. he's all excited and this was the plan with the horse from From the start a team and when he got beaten at allowance race that day With the keep them here because For for the that took way park road to the to the derby and know making a plan for actually coming through.