19 Burst results for "Banting Banting"

From Nixon to Trump: Is Donald Relying on Watergate Precedent?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

From Nixon to Trump: Is Donald Relying on Watergate Precedent?

"Jamie Raskin said he doesn't intend to browbeat Merrick Garland, but he noted the committee has already laid out in legal pleadings criminal statutes that they believe Donald violated. I think he knows his staff knows the U.S. attorneys know what's at stake here. They know the importance of it, but think that he thinks they were rightfully playing paying close attention to precedent in history as well as the facts of the case. I agree with that. But we can't Nixon got away with it. And this led to Donald Trump, I think. Yeah. I'm watching Watergate because the 50th anniversary of the break in is this year. Is this month, I think. And so there's a lot of stuff right now and gas lit just ended yesterday. So good. The guy that plays Lydia is fantastic. Yes. So I mean, this is watching that and just kind of, because I was little at the time, I was just a weird little 5 year old. But Nixon did get away with it. And on Barbara mcquade and Joel wine banks is hashtag sisters in law podcast. They were banting about should criminal charges be brought and the importance of that not happening just means then people are above the law. Right. And proving it in the court of law is different than I really do feel as much as Adam Schiff doesn't think it's happening and I respect him like crazy. I do think they're investigating it. It would be remiss of them not to. 100% believe that they are. You know, and Garland is very good at being quiet about things. And I like that about him. And he's conservative so the fact that he has brought up seditious conspiracy charges for such a conservative DoJ. That's a big charge. That's a huge charge. It's almost impossible to prove, so I think that because he's doing that, he is going. He's looking into what Donald knew and when he knew it. And it looks like the committee has set the stage for Donald's defense not to work going on in no.

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"banting " Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

The Naked Parent podcast

06:01 min | 9 months ago

"banting " Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

"So what's next. Is there anything that you wish you knew. Then that you know now have you learned. Yeah a not. Because i'm just seeing any improvement with mitch chaz Thank a year ago when they decide to do our live. Make our job because he no property jump. Isn't that griping in nevada. So i would say trend office supervisor dead so you know working filling out the this being the head of the department attending with the gas bosses so been on any go home. I don't have much energy pool. Lee with him so i just leave. And then d'amato seen rhythm so thank. We have no thanks to get to know each. I've made so when the endemic starring dead than said time that i've decided that dole give the heart thirty chump eddie giant working at home so luckily i found a new industry a new passion that i can have the opportunity. Go steal money. And under thing of view it makes it so during the frenetic. I only have oppy that thiam so we have a lot of time to play. That's the thing we're go. Were having some new binding time to know each other very what i wish on that i know before. Is that a different types of gravy. Dvd when it comes to play because he loves a unique by of play. So i wish that i knew that before so that i think it will help him with his speech them and hung interact with the your mother base or how do do some fast in his life so i think that's what i wanted to know before so that i can help him but right now i'm still happy. Observe another difference with him like he can now if alone. There is no difficulty at guns the nap fame and sleeping diamond evening and so with that so he had this grayish and all done streaks those things before when i was still working at a corporate each of at. I hope that i did Even though i i'm tired. I hope that a give him a lot of time so that you know can play with him and again helping improve his daily activities. Yeah sounds great. And how about the next thing for you. What's the next thing you want to add for your wellbeing to yourself cared frank. Now i'm just enjoy ingredient. Now thinking i was david there and make plans or what i'm looking for..

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"banting " Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

07:06 min | 9 months ago

"banting " Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

"That's a great question. This is a question that's brought up a lot as well as just within our team. This film is really through the stories of people that are struggling. And we're capturing those human stories and seeing kind of the lengths they are going to try to get access to medication need financially and through their stories we will kind of go into a little bit about the complex system as well as politically. What's happening but the idea of the film is. This is a very character driven film and we want people to be able to familiarize themselves with these characters and be able to say. Wow that could be me or that. Could be my friend's daughter who has type one or not even just type one diabetes. I mean there's other medications that are so expensive that anyone can kind of put themselves in the shoes. Like what do i do if i can't afford medication. And that's really the shock factory. Wanna bring through in the film and urgency because we can go on and on and on and talking about the complexities but the problem is it's never going to be solved. Unless you're faced with the realities of it yourself so bringing that to the viewer of making them feel like they are in the position of what our characters are going through is the goal to show the reality of struggle. to scott's point that is very much the focus of the film but we do have experts that we speaking with that breaking down the complexities behind it. And showing how the system works and with experts that we have they do actually show that the complicated system is put there for a reason to make people feel like it is more complicated than what it actually is to make it so confusing that people. Just throw their hands and say icon bothered. This is just the way it is which is certainly not the case and it doesn't need to be the case so you know we do have the experts that have come in to break down that process and make it as simple as possible so people can understand. This is not the way that it needs to be. Yeah that's great scott. What conclusion do you come from after this. I mean i agree with rachel. It's complicated because it's designed that way. I do think the government will eventually get involved. We're seeing states. Now start making some changes. I'm not sure the federal government will ever take action. But you know. Is it going to be a change in list price. Are we going to need to get rid of. Pbs comes you know. What did you draw any conclusions from this. You know i think one of the challenging things is the barriers of entry for just anyone trying to make a change with what's happening and heart of making. This film is to kind of shine light. On how complicated this system is in. No this. is this film going to be the ultimate change. No but it's trying to make the world a better place and down the road. Don't think insulin will be free. No but i think just recently in the media over the last few years this issue has been hot and i think people are catching on and people are realizing that there needs to be more regulation on this and prices needs to be more affordable. I mean think about when insulin. The discovery of insulin. And frederick banting the whole reason he sold it for dollar was so no one can make a profit office and i think looking at where we are today. I mean discovery. Insulin was a breakthrough discovery for the united states of america and it's been celebrated but if people can't afford it and they're dying because of that's going against the whole idea of making it affordable with bandings purpose to selling it. Hopefully this is just a wakeup call to say. Hey insulin was to to help people not to make profit. Also and before rachel jemson. Because i know she's half canadian. Doctor banting was canadian. So we have to give the props. I know i know you meant you. Know the manufacturer in the united states and lily purchasing it. And all of that. But tell us a little bit if you could scott about maybe some of the you said characters tell us a little bit about the people in this piece of course so we have some principal characters. We've been following nicole. Smith who lost her son alec. He was rushing his insulin. He couldn't afford. You know the monthly cost and he he went into decay died and she's been fighting on the minnesota state level To try to get access to emergency insulin in minnesota and we've been following her kind of battle on the state level so that's one of our main stories and other story we've been following mother daughter who've been living out of their car because they need to make ends meet and you know they're both type one and they couldn't afford their insulin unfortunately if you're living in their car trying to survive and they're the ones that across the border to find cheaper insulin in canada so we followed that story and then we also have another story of a newly diagnosis during kobe. And the reason we brought that story in is we needed to. We want to cover all angles. All our characters to be this repetition of i can't afford insulin. It's they're all struggling in different ways and our cove story of being diagnosed during college is the reality of what it's like in higher life just flips with type one diabetes management side the physical side and then again the financial side. So it's all those aspects are in that story. Yes oh it. Just to scott's point. I think that what we're trying to capture with all of that contribute isn't following. This story says it is just that it is a financial emotional and physical buttons. That you know everyone who is diagnosed with type one diabetes cursor on a daily basis and. I think that is the main emphasis that we really focus on throughout the film. And you see it through the stories you see it through the emotional physical and financial burden they go through and i think scott night work well at birth together that style. As documentary is is we are very small footprint on the ground a lot of the time it is just got nine traveling together so we have a very personal relationship with the people that we film with and stay open up their world and they let us in and we become very familiar with who they are and you say the hot break. He.

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"banting " Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"banting " Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

"Before I let you go, a couple of housekeeping things, please send me your dear doctor banting audio if you have not heard me talk about this. I am collecting from you what you would say to doctor Frederick van ding, the man credited with the discovery of insulin, of course, there were many people helping him, but the banting house museum has an exhibit of print dear doctor banting letters. I thought it'd be really fun to do an audio version. So let me know, I'm gonna link it up in the show notes. There's a whole blog post on diabetes dash connections dot com about how to do it very easy just use your phone, but you gotta get those three by the end of September. And looking ahead, I'm doing a little bit of where are we going because we're starting to go places again? A little bit here and there. I got some virtual and some in person stuff coming up delta permitting. So the virtual stuff, I'm really excited. Next, Tuesday, so if you're listening as this goes live, it is Tuesday the 21st. My JDRF local, but I think this is open to everybody nationally and I'll put this in the Facebook group. JDRF is starting something for older people with type one. And I say older, very judiciously because I believe I'm in this group with not what the diabetes but in the older. You're basically there's a lot of issues that people are facing as they hit middle age and older age and it's not just Medicare. I mean, you know, but there's a lot of questions people with type 1 may have, and interestingly, I do a lot of research for this show, my listenership very dedicated older folks. Again I'm in this category now as I'm turning 50 and the month of October. But who are interested in issues pertaining to type one in their health as they get older? So I'm doing all of this to say next Tuesday the 21st JDRF has an online event that you can join in. I'm going to be doing a little bit of my in the news for this group, but it's going to be news that I have curated that is all to an older crowd. And I'm probably going to do it for 60 65 and up. I think that the insurance cut off their makes perfect sense to try to find things that work for that group, but there is a Facebook group I believe that they've started as well. So more info on that, and then later in October, we've got the sheep podcasts conference out in Scottsdale, Arizona, that's the other group that I take part in quite a bit. I'm helping them out. It's women podcasters, obviously. Big group really excited to hang out with them. And we'll see in terms of how many in person events happen in the weeks and months to come. Hopefully they start picking up again. But lots of virtual stuff going on as well. So if you want me to come speak to your group online or in person, please let me know. I'm always excited to do that. And we gear it to, you know, whoever I'm talking to parents or adults with type one, whatever you need. Thank you as always, to my editor John Buchanan from audio editing solutions. Thank.

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"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"The cynics level. Well you can go to my website. All of my information is there. It's dream path dot ca or dot com or you can go to france banting dot com. And you can contact me on the contact sheet there and i'd like to just answer any questions I've also got a facebook group for entrepreneurs and small business owners called the result studio a script in your business for success say can find me on facebook and if you want to You know co sign up their leptin by your viewers sack rupaul. Absolutely i hand in glove fit for sure. Thank you very much for sharing everything that you've shared today. And if you're listening to this kobe wondering where the links are no matter where you say the coal you say the links back to fran facebook group and when things change the price will be updated no scenario and update email to all of our subscribers and with all that being said friend thank you so very much for spending some time with me on the my future business shirt today. Thank you greg. Thanks for joining us today..

"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Is gonna freeze it. You're going to be like what i laid. The can't do it. your buddy cannot do it. And you'll freeze you'll sweat. You'll have a reaction and this is the same reaction people have when they start their businesses. If you are programmed to be a certain way and now you want to achieve something that is going against the way you're tie you're gonna freeze and most people figure this out when they start a business or they're in the business and they sit there and they i can't figure out why can't make that sales call. I freeze every time you pick up the phone or you know. I can't talk to people. I get so nervous phrase. Whenever i have to talk to people or i don't know why you know. Clients are coming in the store. I feel like i'm repelling them. While there's chances are you are doing something that's going against you and you have to find out what that is. Move it over and then you can move on your way. So is this a building. Yeah absolutely says this about what you think you bring it back and what you speak about you also bring about. Yeah and what happens is when we have a behavior We start reinforcing. So you'll say something. I might say something to you like. Hey rick you could and sales and you'll say oh terrible since person i tried it and i'm no good at unity. An excellent salesperson. You may have had a bad experience. But you're reinforcing the belief that you're bad sounds and make every time they say on terrible sales you know it's so what do you think about what you're saying you're reinforcing. Can you reprogram you. So do you think he has. Oh absolutely have to tell you a story. Where when i was in elementary school i love being in the school place and there was one time where i was so proud of this play and i got off stage. I think it's ten and somebody made a comment to me. How terrible i was and i remember being devastated but i never went on a stage again and through my entire teens and early twenties whenever i had to even for work if i had to go in front of people i would freeze and i would sail out a material speaker. I can't speak i. i can't do it. I reinforced that belief. That i had told myself times ten that i'll never go on a stage again. I'm no good on stage. So i knew when i started to get into this business that i couldn't have that belief i was invited to do a seminar and i froze in fact i said no can't do it and then i sat there. Okay i get a handle on. How many talking you you know. How can i be in front of people. If i have this leak that i've been reinforcing since i was ten so i changed the belief and i started working on it and i made it my goal to be a public speaker and i did that for about a year and next thing you know. This is pre koga. I was speaking on stage. I was being invited to events. I do a lot of public speaking. I do now. I'm doing a lot on social. If you would've asked me. Twenty years ago i wonder and change it. What what was the feeling. I don that you actually broke through and change you belief system you got on stage walking off the stage headed you feel. Can you recall. I do remember. Because i i came home and it was like i was in this I was so calm. And i was so at peace and i was so calm on the stage. I thought i'd be shaking. And i was totally calm and i was explaining how to change a belief. I didn't use my own example..

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"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"And there's a certain order to the mind. Most people don't know how to put that order in their mind so that they get results. They're all just kind of jumbled trying to put order in their minds and then came grow wretch puts that ordering your mind and bob proctor. Took thinking grow rich. there's actually a lineage it started with andrew carnegie Hiring napoleon hill to write this book because he knew everything he and all these other famous rich men Were doing in life. He knew that he wanted to get it down on paper and he hired napoleon hill to to make this book. Your only in hill I forget the other man's name right now but He he recorded and can grow rich. And bob proctor worked with him. And i can't for like me. Remember his name guilt nightingale trials. I think thinking grow rich and she would like course bob. Proctor went with their only gill. And so bob is actually just been reiterating. The teachings of can grow rich yoke and so that is sort of how i got involved and realizing that i want to be controlled. I want to control my own mind so high like ordering my mind so that i can have what i want in life and i can control me. And that's basically how i got started at. Thank you for sharing or not. This is a massively expensive topic. Not one that we can cover in any great dato because it is such a massive topic. But i wonder from a fundamental level. What you're talking about that. Al business might be able to digest in a bite sized chunk we talking about here when we talk about nor attraction belief systems in the locks. Well i think especially for people that want to run their own businesses. I always say before you can run a business and you know grow a business. You should understand yourself. I because everything about your business is coming out of view. Your ideas. Your thoughts your creations. What you want your personality..

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"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"That really helped form the person that i became today. Did you have anybody like that early. On in your life yes. I had an uncle who was I can't even describe him. He's the type that went to university. Started university at fifty. And you know. I used to go stay with him at the university to see him and he just loved art and theater literature and every time you sat down with him. It was just an interesting discussion. He always sought things so deeply and Philosophically make it. that's why i'm so philosophical myself. Because i started young hearing everything from him. So my tony He was a strong strong influence in my life. That's great thank you for sharing. It gives some background into the people that we have on the show. And i think it's really important to say that beyond the business beyond the touching there are real people behind this. And that's what i think makes the show unique. So thank you very much for sharing now. I know that after that point in time you would have had other people out of mentors. I know that you mentioned deepak. Chopra in some of your your work and you could talk about those type of people. Who else has influenced you in your life. Well that's where i think bob proctor. Sorta started in my life I'm going to say thirty. Maybe thirty five years ago took for the internet and this is mostly like when books were around and When the internet came about. I know. That's what i really got involved with And i study ing his work. I had already been studying thinking grow. Rich guy bought that When i was about nineteen so we're talking forty years ago. It it it was it was around. I had that book all the time. And i can remember as ziglar being another one that influenced me and i was always studying the books. I never really understood it. Like how comes together. Okay you can read this and understand it. But i didn't know how to put all the pieces together. What i didn't realize was that just by reading them in constantly studying them i was putting pieces together and it was happening for me. I just didn't realize until. I looked back later and thought. Oh okay now it all makes sense. So i'd have to say bob proctor and zig ziglar were big influences influences on me probably when i just started getting into the workforce in my late teens early. Twenty s yes. Thank you for sharing that. Now i know that you have a master's degree in metaphysics in a doctoral degree in philosophy specialising listrik life. Coaching now alone on long saw that you will sorry. Certified thinking to results. Facilit- a facilitator with bob proctor. And so there's a lot that you can share with..

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"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"banting " Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"The prophets now before we take a deep dive into the core of what we're going to discuss. I'd love to learn more about you. We wave home for you actually in vancouver british columbia canada app beautiful beautiful area of the world where we have the water meeting the mountains. And i'm in the city. Right in between david meyer location. We're in the depths of winter. Is that woman at eight. Now we're in spring yes. It's a bit warmer where we're enjoying some sunshine right now. Summer's just around the corner. Now for buddy. Who's wondering friend is the founder of dream paths and we'll share the details of that later on that's a consulting firm and we're going to be talking a lot about belief systems and her work with football proctor and his organization but is also going to be talking about. Her books are going to be talking about consulting work. Just searched unpacking such a relatively short time. I wonder friend in terms of damn tom. Do you have hobbies and sports. Do you like watching movies. What you think. Well it's funny should say that it. You might notice that everything to do with. My business is related to movies. I am a movie buff. I actually went to school for editing and camera and my goal west to be in the movie industry. But i ended up. Just kind of sidetracking that to Business and corporate world. How i ended up there. I i know. It's it's a long story but i do love movies especially the classics and i. It comes through all of my work. My focus color line is a movie my courses skirting your results and alive. My coaching is is around. The analogy of making movies is. So i love it. It's great how it dovetails into your work passion. Isn't it now. Just ricco something. That bob proctor actually said on stage about how you can be a stage extra in your own movie in your life and love to talk a lot more about your your understanding of his whole existence and his work. Because i know that you know lot about what is going on there now in terms of pet when you were growing up. Did you have any pets. Your pet level. I'm an animal advocate. I have two dogs which you will. You probably hear during the. I grow lots of cats and dogs birds. I love animals yes. I grew up with lots of animals. Now when when you were growing up always left to ask this question. Do you have a phone number. What was one fun memory that you can recall as a child is probably hundreds no. There's one that it's funny. You should say that i had a cat winnie and she was my favorite cat. We had her for about twelve or fourteen years. Remember we had her forever and she actually gave birth to her kittens. she climbed up on my lap. She had them of my lap kittens. I remember correctly. I was i was about eight and on never forget and i scream out. Every time another one came out of and there's an actress loved me so much she just needed. I guess to be comforted. I never forget it now. I know when i was growing up. I had some people in my life..

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"banting " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"banting " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Just really damning against the pharmaceutical companies. When inventor Frederick Banting discovered insulin back in 1923. He refused to put his name on the patent he could have. He refused to He felt it was unethical for a doctor to profit from a discovery that would save lives. Wow. Vulnerable. Yep. Banting is co inventors, a James College and a Charles best. They ended up selling the insulin patent to the University of Toronto. Guess for how much What year was that? 1923. $5000.1 Buck. All right, $1. They wanted everyone who needed their medication to be able to afford it. Because they knew that people were dead without it. I mean, this was an innovation, and the article says how Banting and his colleagues would be spinning in their graves. If they knew what was going on today because they say that it is nothing but pharmaceutical price gouging. And there was somebody who was quoted here as uh Yeah, aging luau researcher at Ah Brigham and Women's saying they are doing it because they can There's absolutely been no change to the formula. No change to the drug. And they will do this and s so again. This is not I don't want to talk just about, you know, Oh, poor moon, Diabetic that that is not the point of this at all. My point is whatever prescription medicine that you might take, or whatever medical bills that you've ever had Whatever a hospital stay that you had. Did you ever really look at the real cost of it? Not what your co pay is. Not what your deductible is, but the entire cost of it And how outrageous were some of those costs. That's what I would like to hear. Our phone number is 1 802 83101.54 18, New Jersey Fast traffic..

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"banting " Discussed on Surprisingly Brilliant

Surprisingly Brilliant

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"banting " Discussed on Surprisingly Brilliant

"Thousand nine hundred eighty three. We'LL ASK YOU RIGHTS TO THE NOBEL COMMITTEE TO SAY. Hang on this before them. His claims rejected because of the timelines. They acknowledged that banting. And best did know of Polanski's loud because they actually referenced and Nineteen Twenty one paper more white but they mis interpreted Polanco's paper what I mean. They could have still base their work on it. But many years later bested say. I would like to state how sorry I am for this unfortunate error and I trust that your efforts to honor professor. Paul Lesku will be with great success. Oh that's nice of him eventually. Also the chairman of the Nobel Prize Committee for Physiology and medicine who had previously rejected Paulauskas. Claims did say. In my opinion the prize should without any doubt have been shared between banting and best too late my friend but also can you imagine having having to write in two Nobel Prize Committee and pink. Excuse me this is also mind thank you and if you on the on the Nobel Prize website Nineteen twenty-three physiology and medicine. It still says it's jointly awarded to Frederick Grant Banting and John James at Ricard McLeod. There's still no mention of Alaska despite while the chairman said. Maybe we need to start a petition My petition just wanted just chat because again important about recognizing not only the whole team. You involved behind something like this when a couple of names guys on a noble prize but also there are other people that do this. You get getting the recognition. Miscommunication crossed timelines. Misinterpretation of results. Are Injured telling you that because just to see how quickly this thing kind of developed also talk about some of these bigger issues What's going on today? I loved it. I was so cool Greg thank you. I really appreciate it that if you also hearing about insulin then please do rate and review this podcast. It helps us grow. As does you telling your friends about it because we have more episodes coming soon. We hope you subscribe so you can catch them all as they come out. If you have another story from science history that you want to hear US talk about or discovery and invention medicine of person you want to know the story behind please. Email US brilliant at Seeker. Dot Com is brilliant at Seeker Dot Com. Surprisingly brilliant is podcast from Sika. Today's episode was researched written and produced by me. Greg Foot if you want to get in touch on twitter and Instagram by an act break foot on youtube and other such places and I got to listen today and ask questions and my name is Mary. Hunts Burger you want to get in touch with me on the Internet. I'm at Marion. Beyond instagram. At Marian Hunts Burger on twitter merrin Burger on Youtube and all over seekers Youtube Channel. Our expert producer. Was Emily Feld. Our editor was Jeremy Schmidt. Our studio engineer was Ariella. Acquits supervising producer was David Zwick and our executive producers? Brian Pendergast Kushner and anguish finally. Another thanks to our expert for today Dr Nicola Bergonzi if you want to see any of my references and the things that I read or to follow the link to actually look at some of those case notes and some of those customers cool links. Those the show nuts. Thanks for listening. You guys see you next time. I'm telling this story now yet. You do. You know what it feels like to change a diaper while wearing one does your sweaty face twitch when someone says you've got the pregnancy glow hi it's Katie. Lowes fellow Mama and host of Katie's crib. A podcast where we have open and honest conversations about what it's really like to be a parent this season. We've got power house guests like America Ferrera and Gabrielle Union. It's real MOM's real talk real tired. New episodes release every other Thursday. Listen to Katie's crab on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you pilots.

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"banting " Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"banting " Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Hello and happy Friday. I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm holly fry this week. We spent both are episodes. Talking about history of diabetes and insulin and I think off Mike Not While recording you mentioned there being various diabetes and your extended family mine too And then also When I was a kid growing up in the eighties and nineties one of my long term schoolfriends had type one diabetes. Which was definitely. I mean. It's still definitely a challenge to manage diabetes a lifelong ongoing thing but what she was having to do in the eighties. Nineties is very different. From what my friends that I have kept up with now like now. I Know Folks. Who have insulin pumps that are delivering the insulin? They need without this whole like get the thing out of the refrigerator and inject yourself pray that she was having a child. There are definitely people that are still injecting themselves with syringes and insulin. That has to be refrigerated once once you get on a management strategy. That's working for you. Folks tend to be very reluctant to change. That strategy can be a really big deal. Yeah I mean you're messing with your body chemistry in a way that is potentially fatal at that point if you start tweaking things without some pretty careful management. I think I probably actually at this point in my life. No more about diabetes in cats than humans None of mind thus far and I knock wood because I am superstitious. Even though I know that silly Have had it but I have had a lot of friends who have had cats with it and because our friend group tends to trade around cat care and some of my friends who will squeamish about needles. There have certainly been times. Yeah when I have been the one to be like I will administer this. Yeah Yeah it's an interesting thing it's fascinating to me because I personally tend to be the other way. I have low blood sugar naturally and I'm more endanger of like not having enough protein to keep me going as far less scary and easier to manage through diet although my understanding is that you know that's one of those things that your body can kind of switch gears and and Turn it into a much more scary diabetics as you get older. Knock on wood eating all the protein. Yes we didn't really talk about this part. We talked a lot about the pancreas in the podcast. Talk about how in most people the way that type. One diabetes develops is that the immune system attacks. The islet cells in the pancreas for some reason. So as doctors are trying to find ways to treat diabetes itself rather than using insulin as a a management strategy for diabetes. Like one of the things is trying to keep the body from doing that in the first place but as is the case with so many Autoimmune issues the thing that causes the body to do that can be a whole range of different Different things yeah. I'm curious I know we had to stop at one point because I had my ridiculously emotional reaction to discussion of dogs Yes for anyone that knows that I am not a vegetarian. I understand. That is complex. Doesn't always make sense to everyone. it's interesting to me. How emotionally fraught. Some of these stories can be an. I'm into the dog thing. But really what like hurt? My heart was reading about the ways that they were limiting the nutrition of children to treat. This was their other stuff that you found that maybe didn't make it in. That was similarly along main that you're really not this. Some of the things that I read went into more detail about the dog research and especially older like more detail of those earlier studies that people were doing on dogs before banting and best or doing anything and like some of that is just horrifying to read the details of I like I at a couple of different points in my life have been vegetarian for animal rights reasons and like I out of taking anatomy and physiology in high school. Because I didn't WANNA have to dissect animals uh-huh so a lot of that stuff is really difficult for me like I do. I do eat meat now but most of my meals are not do not include meat and like I'm also the person that's buying. The humanely raised eggs and all of that. Oh Yeah So reading about that was all really hard but at the same time like there are so many people in my life who need insulin to live and they would not be here if people had not done that work. Which makes it complicated rights. I mean that's really the thing I like. This is always my take away. Something I always try to convey to people when talking about history is that none of it is clean. None of it is like a black and white. They did everything correctly. And we feel good about this because most advancements that have led to the the creature comforts we enjoy today or the lifesaving things that we need today and and have access to an I use that in the very very slushy nature because I know not everyone has ready access to it But in terms of just having been developed does come from some things that are uncomfortable and morally difficult in many cases. So kind of the the dance you have to do when you're looking at some of this historical The historical record in terms particularly with scientific development. And it's kind of hard to square. I think we I know I would rather certainly that things be black and white and simple. But the they're not and kind of finding your way through that that middle range in the ambiguity of not being able to say something was like all done perfectly bright without any tainting to the moral dilemma is That's trick you can't do it. Yeah Yeah history. Why why must you be cloudy? I have questions so many times where he on the show So yeah I'm also glad that there's you know there have been so many developments in insulin and how it's made and how it works and how it acts in the body and insulin analogs and all that stuff like just like I said earlier when I have been in the same room with somebody. He was taking their insulin. Nineteen eighty-seven versus now like it's just a more comfortable process. Yeah say now that in nineteen eighty seven so even in our lifetimes there have been these changes. Oh Yeah I mean when I was a kid I was probably six. I think I was in first grade like one of my classmates when into a diabetic coma. And you know it was. She was a neighbor and it was very touching go and we didn't know if she was going to be okay. And I remember like that was my first exposure to diabetes and like trying to have this explained by my Dad. He was trying to be very scientific. But like was giving me way more than I was intellectually. Ready for what do you mean sugar can kill you? Wait and I became a little scared of cupcakes for a minute for a minute and it it was one of those things and now when I look back I think like today that whole situation would have been completely different. I mean that can can definitely still happen and it's still a terrifying experience. Yeah the the available course of action exactly improved exactly so. Yeah Still. Still Room for more but improved. Yeah like so many things that we talked about on the show. This is an ongoing development. Right maybe next year there will be a magical thing in this episode will be outdated. I I would. Yeah if it makes it. I mean given that we often have that problem where we talk about a thing and immediately it becomes slightly outdated because someone discovers the next scientific or technological uncovers another historical facts that changes the context of everything so baby were initiating it and catalyzing it by putting it in that will be cool So yeah thanks everybody tune in on this candle Friday if you WANNA send us email about any anything where it history podcast. Iheartradio DOT COM aunt subscribed our show. If you haven't on apple podcasts. Iheartradio apper anywhere. You like to listen to podcasts. Stuff you missed in history. Classes the production of iheartradio for more podcasts iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows this episode has been brought to you by the completely redesigned twenty twenty four explorer. You may want to explore the world around you and this is agreed vehicle to do it in. 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"banting " Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"banting " Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Started their experiments on dogs to try to find a treatment for diabetes. Things did not go well. Their plan was to La- gate the pancreatic ducts if some of the dogs which would cause the acid ourselves to atrophy but theoretically at least leave the islets of are mostly unaffected. By that point banting would have learned that the digestive enzymes were inactive. While they were actually in the pancreas but this atrophy of the ask cells would at least in theory reduce the amount of material that needed to be removed from the extract before it could be safely used once enough time had passed after this leg ation procedure to allow the acid or cells to atrophy. They would euthanize the dog and remove. Its pancreas using it to prepare an extract. Then they'd inject that extract into another dog whose pancreas had been removed entirely. However these surgical procedures could be difficult. It was also summer so the facilities. They were working were hot and uncomfortable several of the dogs that they were working with died of infections or other complications and they started buying stray dogs as replacements. It was mid July before they had a deep pancreatitis. D- Dog and one with an atrophied pancreas ready to work at the same time. The process of preparing pancreatic extract was also long and complex it included chopping the pancreas chilling. It grinding it up filtering it and warming it back up to body temperature on July thirtieth. Nineteen twenty one. They tried injecting their extract for the first time. Although the sugar levels in dog's urine did drop. They rose again pretty quickly. The dog died the next day most likely from an infection banting and best kept trying though when Edward. Noble came back to the lab to take over. His shift is assistant. He found that the two of them had worked out this whole rhythm and flow to their work at that point. Nobody thought that if he tried to take best place as was previously planned he would just become a hindrance to the project. He would have to learn everything that best was doing pretty routinely at that point so he left best to it although he did come back to the project later on which we will get to in. August banting and best ran out of Dogs so they switched to using the whole pancreas something that as it turned out work. Just as well. They kept refining their work and taking notes and when McLeod returned to the lab on September. Twenty first they have results. This seemed promising. They were still seeing some complications. But they're extract. Did seem to be lowering the glucose levels of D. pancreatitis dogs McLeod as we said earlier was very skeptical about this whole project from the very beginning and he was surprised enough at these results that he questioned whether they were accurate. Balancing was highly insulted by the suggestion and the two men butted heads over it ultimately. Macleod told them to repeat their experiment apart from taking offence being questioned about the accuracy of his work. Banting was also worried about his finances. He had planned to take the summer to do this research. But he had not planned for it to continue into the next academic year. He also thought the facilities where he'd spent the summer working left a lot to be desired for example. He said that they couldn't scrub the floors thoroughly because if they did. Water leaked through the ceiling of the room below. He thought that was to blame for some of the infections and the deaths of their research animals so banting ask for a salary and won for best as well as repairs to the floor of the lab and an assistant to take care of the animals. Banding also asked for a biochemist to be added to the team to help them. Better refine their pancreatic extract Macleod. Didn't think they were ready for that last step yet but he did give banting and best retroactive salaries he also hired somebody to take care of the dogs and arrange to have the laboratory floor waterproofing with tar which was like the least expensive way to deal with this water. Seepage problem eventually. Banting and best tried another source for their pancreas tissue after learning that fetal and newborn calves had proportionally more islet cells than older animals. Do they started buying fetal pancreas from slaughterhouses? They still had trouble. Getting enough pancreas for their work though. So they ultimately started using the whole pancreas of adult animals also purchased from slaughter houses in November of nineteen. Twenty one banting and best published a paper. The internal secretion of the pancreas balancing also presented the paper publicly that December in New Haven Connecticut. This presentation once again caused tension between banting and Macleod. Banting was just not a very good public speaker and some of the people who were in the audience on that day were literally at the top of their field. He just didn't have the breadth of knowledge to answer some of the very probing questions that they asked him. When banting had trouble fielding questions Macleod stepped in he did have that breadth of knowledge and he was also polished and well-spoken in his presentation he also used the word. We Allot something. That wasn't necessarily unusual considering that the work was happening at his lab ultimately under his supervision but banting felt like mccloud was taking credit for work that he had not actually done in the audience. That day was the research director for. Eli Lilly pharmaceuticals. Who Asked if the company could be involved in this project and McLeod's opinion once again they were not there yet by the end of nineteen twenty one though Macleod thought. The project was promising enough that he finally did bring on a biochemist. James Bertram Khalip. Who took a sabbatical from the University of Alberta Edmonton to work on it? Mcleod also dedicated the whole lab to the project thinking that they were on the verge of a life saving breakthrough the extraction method. That call up developed was a lot more effective but also still very involved. I initially I'd like all of the steps written into this outline and it went on for paragraphs he realized that different pancreatic materials could be extracted at different strengths of alcohol and so he developed this method. That included multiple extraction steps with the results of those extractions being concentrated at centrifuge precipitated. It went on the also discovered that the extracts lowered blood sugar of rabbits so they no longer needed to work with D. Pancreatitis Dogs Edward Clark. Noble rejoined the project at this point to help with the study on rabbits. Running parallel to this work at the University of Toronto were developments in blood sugar testing which made it easier to test their extracts effects on blood sugar directly rather than relying on how it affected glucose levels in the urine more efficient and effective blood. Sugar testing was a huge part of the ongoing development of insulin. In late December of nineteen twenty one banting tried one of their extracts on a human subject. Dr Joseph Gilchrist had been one of bandings classmates and had developed diabetes. Not long after they graduated from medical school. Those extract did not work at all though and it wasn't because extract itself was bad even if they had made completely pure insulin if taken orally that would have been digested in the stomach way before it could have been absorbed into the bloodstream. In January of nineteen twenty. Two team was ready for their first attempt at injecting their extract into a human patients. The patient was Leonard Thompson. Who is fourteen years old and critically ill? He weighed only sixty five pounds. That's about thirty kilograms when he was admitted to Toronto. General Hospital he had been on a starvation. Diet like we talked about in part one which had taken him down to about four hundred fifty calories per day his daily. Urine output was about four leaders. That's more than a gallon. A typical amount is more like eight hundred to two thousand milliliters and he was also showing signs of diabetic. Kito acidosis which is when the body starts burning fat instead of sugar for fuel. And as a result acid start to build up in the bloodstream. So this whole time balancing had felt like McLeod had been stealing credit for his work second guessing him and undermining him every step of the way added to all of that banting could not really control this first human trial at all. He did not have the background or the experience that was needed to run trial on human subjects. He also did not have the authority to work with patients at Toronto General Hospital so when it came to their first human trial dancing really insisted that they use an extract that he and best had prepared. They did this on January. Eleventh of Nineteen twenty two. This preparation did lower Leonard's blood sugar somewhat but it did not alleviate any of his outward symptoms of diabetes. The boy also developed an abscess at one of the injections sites call up who was still refining as methods for extraction really went into overdrive at this point. Finally producing an extract. He thought was pure enough to use several days later. They tried again with this extract on January. Twenty third of one thousand nine hundred ninety two and this time. The results were immediately and dramatically affected. Leonard's blood sugar dropped significantly as did the glucose in his urine and he also was just visibly improved. It was obvious to other people that he was doing. Better in the words of Charles. Bests notes quote daily injections of the extract were made from January twenty third to February fourth accepting January twenty fifth and February fourth. This resulted in an immediate improvement. The excretion of sugar became much less. The Acetone bodies disappeared from the urine. The boy became brighter. More active looked better and said he felt stronger. Leonard whose condition had been critical when he was admitted. Lived another ten years after the success though the ongoing backbiting and tested in the lab became even more dramatic and we will get to that after another sponsor break in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. After decades of scientific exploration the US Army are in de la perfected. The retort pouched little bags. That allow Civilians Gert and portable tuna and revolutionized field rations for those in the armed forces. Retorts are light and waterproof. The pouches flash. Cook more kinds of food faster. 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"banting " Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"banting " Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"In the years just before the development of insulin and today we are going to tell the insulin part of the story which does build on research that we talked about last time around we easiest to understand. If you've heard part one as was the case. Last time we're going to be talking about how experiments on animals lead to this discovery as well as how the byproducts of animals that were slaughtered for food. We're used to make insulin. It is not clear who coined the term insulin. It comes from the Latin Word Insulin or island as a nod to the islets of Langherhans as we talked about in part one the islets of Langer. Hands are cells in the pancreas that produce insulin and other hormones. John Desire of Belgium used the word insulin with an e. on the end in one thousand nine hundred nine apparently independently of that Ernest Henry Starling who coined. The word hormone also used the word insulin with an e for years leader in the early. Nineteen Sir. Edward Albert Sharpie Shaefer also described a hypothetical substance secreted by the islets of Langer huns which controlled the body's glucose levels and he called Bat Insulin. This time there was not on the end. None of these people are the ones credited with the discovery of insulin. Though that story starts with Frederick Grant Banting banting was born on a farm in Ontario Canada. And initially he plans to go to divinity school but after enrolling at the University of Toronto. He's changed his major to medicine when World War One started. He joined the Canadian Army Medical Corps and was placed on an accelerated medical study program during the war. He was wounded in action and awarded the Military Cross in Nineteen nineteen. After the war was over banting completed a surgical residency and tried to set up a private surgical practice. It did not grow quickly enough for him to make ends meet so he also took a part time teaching position at the University of Western Ontario. Now known as Western University the classes that he was teaching included physiology something that he had studied as part of his own medical education but also something that he really needed to brush up on in order to teach on October thirty. First of nineteen. Twenty banting was brushing. Up on the pancreas. He read a paper called the relation of the islets of longer Hans. Two diabetes with special reference to cases of pancreatic lithiasis by Moses Baron. This paper discussed the autopsy of someone who turned out to have a pancreatic stone that had totally blocked their main pancreatic duct. The person's pancreas still had islet cells. But the asking ourselves had atrophied newspaper also noted earlier experiments in which the main pancreatic ducts of various animals had been partially or totally located which had caused similar results and that is research that we talked about some of back in our previous episode. Banting was inspired by this idea. He wrote a note in his journal. Which read quote diabetes leggate Pancreatic Ducts of dog keep dogs alive till asmi degenerate leaving islets try to isolate the internal secretion of these to relieve glico. Sharia so a few things to note at this point. One of the bandings note is about Syria or sugar in urine rather than blood. Sugar banding also was not really aware of all those experiments that we talked about in part one. He didn't really realize that researchers had spent more than two decades trying to do basically what he was describing without yielding something. That was safe enough to use in human patients. It's also not clear how exactly that he thought he might quote try to isolate the internal secretion of the islets of Langer Huns. Or whether he was thinking about preparing a pancreatic extract or thinking he might try to find the secretion itself later on when he told people from memory what he'd written down in his journal that night he said it was like eight pancreatic ducts of dogs. Wait six to eight weeks for degeneration remove the residue extract and that is a lot more specific also part of basic idea. Here was a little bit off. His rationale for causing the cells to atrophy was that they produce digestive enzymes and he thought those enzymes might destroy whatever vital substance was being produced in the islets of Langer hands. But really these enzymes are not active until they come into contact with other enzymes in the small intestine that relationships between those two different sets of enzymes had been discovered back in nineteen. Oh four also. It's possible that there's some other explanation. But his misspellings of both diabetes and glucose suggest that banding wasn't all that familiar with what he was writing about so at this point banding went to his boss at the University of Western Ontario. About this idea. His boss referred him to John. James Rickard Macleod. At the University of Toronto Macleod was born in Scotland and had studied medicine at the University of Aberdeen. He also taught at several universities and institutes in Europe and North America before becoming professor of physiology at the University of Toronto and also director of its physiological laboratory Macleod was a leading expert in carbohydrate metabolism at the time and in nineteen thirteen he had published diabetes. It's pathology and physiology. He had been trying to identify which part of the nervous system controlled delivers. Glycogen storage functions. Unlike banting McLeod knew all about those earlier attempts to make pancreatic extract that could treat diabetes. And he's out. There was some kind of pancreatic secretion that could be the key to an effective treatment. But he had his doubts about its ever being isolated and used and it wasn't just that McLeod had doubts about whether it was possible at all to make a usable pancreatic extract those earlier researchers also all had training and skills and experience that banting just didn't have McLeod's impression of banning was that he had a very basic textbook. Level understanding of the pancreas and its role in diabetes. And really this was pretty accurate. So mccloud was reluctant to offer banning the lab space assistance materials and animals that he was going to need to research his idea. The two men had multiple meetings to talk through the situation and then when Macleod finally agreed to let banting do some experiments over the summer banting actually got a little nervous about it. Bam things still thought of his idea might lead to a breakthrough but he also understood that if he left his practice and his job to pursue an idea that didn't work out he would basically have to start his career over while also trying to pay off debts from failed project on March Eighth Nineteen Twenty One banting and Macleod finally agreed on the terms of the project. The work would take place over the summer of nineteen twenty one starting in mid. May Two students Charles Best and Edward Clark. Noble would assist banting. They would divide the summer between the two of them. These two young men flipped a coin to see who would take the first shift with banting with best planning to take the first half of the project and noble. Planning to take the second half best at that. Point had finished his bachelor's degree in physiology and biochemistry and was preparing to start medical school for about a month. Banting best in McLeod all worked together in the lab with Macleod fine tuning their plan and process and surgical techniques and instructing them on how to best prepare an extract then in mid June. He left for a vacation in Scotland that he had previously arranged. We will talk about how banting and best's work proceeded over the summer which will have more about their animal. Experiments after quick sponsor. Break when Frederick Banting and Charles. Best.

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"banting " Discussed on Your Doctor�s Orders

Your Doctor�s Orders

06:16 min | 3 years ago

"banting " Discussed on Your Doctor�s Orders

"Treatment for diabetes. Banting didn't have diabetes but he thought he might try it out for himself writing quote the items from which I was advised to abstain as much as possible. Were bread butter milk sugar beer and potatoes which had been the main and I thought innocent elements of my existence and it turned out. This coffin maker had stumbled across his first successful weight loss program. He lost a pound a week for a year and maintain that weight loss until he died. Fifteen years later his program consisted of four meals a day with meat greens fruits and dry online. Mainly it's what he avoided. That made the difference. No sugar no sweet. No potatoes no oats no beer and no butter. After a year of excellent weight loss results. He did what so many self styled influencers do to this day he sell published a book about his new found dietary success to his surprise his self published book was so popular that it was picked up by a standard publisher every self published. Authors dream. Today you can still buy banting spoke and yes all have Lincoln the show notes. It is from bandings. Diet that came many others. It's children and grandchildren of diets. That is our the stillman diet the Atkins Diet the Paleo Diet. The whole thirty diet the carnival diet and the current rage the Kito Diet though each have their own twist all of these diets preached the same concept decrease the amount of carbohydrates sugars and starches. You put into your body heat. Copious amounts of meat using fat as fuel. And you can't help lose weight best of all. You won't be hungry. At least that is what the purveyors of the low carb diets will tell you today. Our conversation is about low carb diets with a focus on the Keto Diet and cutaway learn like most food beds has a fun combination of fact. Food Cons My name is Dr Terry Simpson. And this is culinary medicine where we sort out the crazy from credible about food from its source to its effect on your body. Lusting myths and showing evidence for food can be medicine. The challenge with folks who say things like Euro eating all the salt you want or you should be eating. Only ten percent of your calories from fat. You should be on a complete vegan diet. You should be eating higher. Carbohydrates as a result of that lower fat or the opposite of that which is old style at in Kita genetic because it's all the same atkins you know. South Beach was son of that and keen agenda. Casanova South beach you know. They're all the same diet basically with a little bit different. Maybe a little different twist. But you know this concept of either very low carb diet or very high carb diet you know. It's just quackery. That is a friend of culinary medicine. Doctor Timothy Harlan physician at Tulane University and a chef. He's also a manager of the Culinary Medicine Project. It's through his efforts that culinary medicine is taught in medical schools throughout the country in his view and in the view of many low. Carb diets are not sustainable. Not that you can't lose weight you probably will at least initially. Well Look John. I works for a lot of people if we talk about the low hanging fruit and Genyk Diet. I think that when somebody's trying to you know use this diet to lose weight. One of the easiest things that happens is by cutting out all the hydrates. Most junk food is based on carbohydrates. So when you eliminate all carbohydrates you basically eliminate a lot of junk food you know if you. Stop Drinking Regular Soda. And that's you know five hundred calories or whatever per day of Soda You. The appetite doesn't seem to want to reclaim was five hundred calories somewhere else. So it's SORTA automatically puts you into this energy deficit which allows for weight loss that happening in an ad. Libbed them. Or You know. Just not counting calories when has automatically I think that sort of leads to sustainability in that aspect that would be one of the positive aspects of the Ketogenic Diet one of the negative aspects of it is just adherents not very high in literature and I believe that's due to it's a pretty restrictive diet. It takes away a lot of foods that people have grown up eating some more nuanced. Things is if you're eating a high fat diet which some Ketogenic diets are you could be eating too many omega six fatty acids which in the long run might not do too well. I mean it's arguable. I don't know what's worse than Diet high in sugar or a diet high in making six seventy s Ideally you would be lower in both I guess the take home of this nuance would be requires a certain degree of nutritional awareness. That is bill GEICO's his best selling book. The poor misunderstood calorie is one of the better and well reference books about the biochemistry behind how your body treats different types of calories in different ways. Here's what we know about low. Carb diets information gathered from multiple studies. People do lose weight on low carb diets..

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"banting " Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"banting " Discussed on KGO 810

"Hundred bucks. I think if hat Banting tap dancing. Okay. Jill. No, okay. Well, I'll tell you later. Thank you very much like my immediate reaction because I love tap. Dancing to verse out of tapped in. I do. Do can you bring them in one day off to find them? I can bring a major and do some tapping on the air. I would love that. Oh, what have? I said, maybe podcast. Yes. On the five podcasts on the podcast. That's good topper Tappin since I've, no doubt. This actually, I think we had to do this one time before but without attached jet. I think he did a really good job Valerie's, filming all this because she films are what's that noise? You to get a shot of jobs Whiteface over. Here says doesn't want to move on your phone. So she is doing the splits. What do you think? Is that my legs spread? It will my gosh. I didn't want to move the Mike. When you're saying, we take a look at gills wide base. Silence. Wind base. Did you say base people? Let us Instagram. Did he say based stance wide stance? Well, your next chance is two thousand seven hundred bucks with Lisa FOX because you guys have talked about my wide base before what it's like, it's sturdy base. That's what. Service. A wide, vases difference you too sturdy base and a wide. I would never reference women's wide base. I regret everything. Just a young with the quick fuels. Was dreaming a big engaging..

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"banting " Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"banting " Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"It was definitely that. What was it Van Gogh Louis bag that you bought when you were trying to buy something out? No, I've I've been doll just more than that before this Louis Vitton. Josh more mosquito for New Year's true how much did you spend? Well, everything was half off. So my purchase should have been twelve thousand force because it's half off. Why not take advantage of the I'm saving money? Exactly. You'd be losing money. Not buying exact more stuff. Well, no purchase ended up being like around six grab. But I got like a cute outfit for New Year's here. You guys not all them out. So I was just like feeling the birthday splurge. I was just like, you know, it's my birthday. And honestly like I when I was like really poor. I would walk in everybody. Like, I want everything. And like now that I like actually have like a good income. I guess I go play something. I don't want nothing. Sure. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. I got this letter from there. I kind of just through this one in there. It's lovely sweater. Yeah. Like where it just sleep. I drool on it and then have to wipe it in the morning. It's lovely. It's nice. When you do thing that you're like, this is my favorite thing. I wanna wear it. I will really. Abused like clothing. Like if I if once I get it. I'm like, I don't want to take it off. I paid a lot of money for this. Let's suppose to be worn you get sad when you have to wash it, which is why Brian. I don't wash anything exactly see his a lot of life lessons. We can learn that. Oh, well, we're glad that we hope you hopefully, shower one day one day, we're working on it working on it now and close out with like a like to. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for coming being here. Thank you. I came twice. You just didn't see the second time. Love a good dry Gaz them. Well, his knees. His knees blocking my view, it always happens that way, doesn't it? And have a blessed day. Yes. Blessed day. Daddy. Don says that. Yeah. Thank you next bitch. Oh, yeah. And the famous words of Liz oh. Killing another gig under the paychecks storm the show that we need a rain check fool starting frame. Check be aware of his impulsivity killing. Description. Don't need a cramped. What? But that's whack. Greta wilkinson. Black. You mean the apple at the chapel? Like a game. Scrambled metric iffy. Judas dabble The Kim. example of what you wanna be. Ammos, dan. Got it made. Creator. What's the weather, but I do Banting whatever jackal. More time. I'm ready to. Clyde. They do. Twist more drink fresh print. Talking. No, you can't really. That comes with the. Day. The best board. One more day. It was making these charts. Tonight, Scott Goldberg high. Putting their parking thin. Lead break free. Leaks. Masochist down on your knees. Hide time better. Fit the mold these bitches cast on the The ninth dole. goals when they? Out in the. These words offers and I'm down with no shame. I burned the crown pep in late definitely has been found. That is don't joke with my few paying this much attention. It means that you love me. Out. Jackal some more. Better. Like money in the world with the road. Do you really give a fuck? Pete successful. Bring you with do.

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"banting " Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"banting " Discussed on Back To Work

"Dude, dude, dude to fight. I'm being told that there were two fighter jets flying overhead for some reason. But fighting each other just prior there in a loop. I still hear him. They're just circling right over our building. It seems are you Cunanan guy is that what it is? Do you think they need to do you think they know about my theories? Well, do you think you're being targeted he might being targeted? Just because you're paranoid. Doesn't mean. They're not after you so straws Manson that said that was it that Kirk cobaine said that don't don't don't don't don't Banting. What else we got here? It's early. It's move back move back up. But no now, no, I got another got more. So I have on. I have a problem with I o s and multiple devices are doing this now interesting is it responsiveness on the screen. No. How are you running into that on the on the phone? My my my parents have been feeling less feel like there's grease all over the screen or something that you know. No sorry. They don't feel like there's resolve the often behave as though there's grease on the screen, and I don't know if I'm holding it wrong. I don't know. But it's like it's been driving me crazy. So you what's happening with you on your US mail badge count is wrong. So here's the behavior. And I've read about this. And I've tried everything that I've found that they tell you to do on this. But it is now also affecting the ipad, which it wasn't for while. And now it is. So here's what happens. If you get an unread Email normally you'll see a badge on the application icon from for male. I do use the mail app. I'm not using spark or one of the other ones is why last week. I was asking you which ones you liked. I still am using regular mail app. So if if that's just me being dumb, then I'm being dumb, but still it shouldn't do this. So on the mail app. The badge will show you your unread count. Yes. You can turn that off but out of courage, courage, and bravery to show that it can be done. I like to know we do these things not because they are easy. But because they a hard see I would've said difficult, but he says hard he said hard. So when I get some emails it'll show it'll show the correct count. If I go in and read, the emails is that you do that was what you. I'll go read the emails, and then I'll go out of the app, and then at some point the a new badge will appear that says one hundred thirty five hundred emails one hundred will do it's always always one hundred and thirty five and it's never five. It's never fifty. It's a one hundred and thirty five PM on the phone. Well, in the back of my mind, I'm that makes me nervous because there there there could be a situation where if there was some kind of catastrophic server issue that getting one hundred thirty five emails could mean something really bad has gone on. So I I'm not ready to just discount it when I look at it and say, all right? That's my mail app. But like, yeah, there it's possible that I could have one hundred thirty five emails in something horrible could be going on. So it matters. They the tips that they say to fix this are usually go first, let's first walk through all the things that you. You're an idiot for not realizing you tried. What is what did the world tell you to do to fix the main the main things, obviously, you're not not that? But then once you finally get through all the basic steps, there's another one that says go into each of your Email accounts. And in pro in settings, disable them all reboot the phone Rian able them all and then it it should fix it. That doesn't work go verifying that I don't actually have like one hundred and thirty five unread emails sitting in different mailboxes. I don't it's not spam or junk folder. It's none. None of the obvious things that I've been through all of it. So and now it has it is begin to happen on the ipad too. So maybe the answer is I should stop using mail and use something else. Maybe there's. Base for know, what's causing it. Yeah..

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Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial

Intelligent Medicine

03:17 min | 4 years ago

Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial

"We're on a roll here talking about diabetes. And here's an interesting study back in the day, Dr Atkins. We have to knowledge was a true pioneer in treating diabetes with a low carb diet. He was a student of Banting Banting was a British guy who cured his diabetes and obesity with a very low carb diet that happened in the nineteenth century, and since then they've been studying low carb diets for modifying, overweight, insulin resistance and diabetes. But one of the bones that had to pick. With the late great, Dr Robert Atkins who might who knew personally quite well was that he was permissive of the use of splendor. 'cause he wanted to give his patients to break something. Sweet. Okay. It's synthetic. He wasn't a fan of NutraSweet. It wasn't a fan of saccharin. But the then relatively new sweetener splendor appeared innocuous and didn't seem to create a lot of problems and gave patients a little bit of mouth field of something that was gratifying. A synthetic sugar that could be zero calorie. But here's a concern just raised about sucralose, which is splendid in American journal clinical nutrition. This randomized controlled trial involved healthy subjects, and what they found was that individuals who got a lotta sucralose in this experiment. Showed a significant decrease in insulin sensitivity. So that's called insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is. When the insulin that you make. Is ineffective. It just doesn't work at the cellular level and high levels of insulin tend to suck the fat on prevent weight loss. Encourage weight gain at our pathway to type two diabetes. So the conclusion of the study sucralose may have effects on glucose metabolism and our study compliments findings previously reported and other trials. So there you have it. There is no free ride when it comes to sweeteners at the very least sweeteners will perk. The appetite. For sweet foods, and they may be even the thirty zero calorie. They may be gateway drugs back to sugar, and in the case of sucralose that's early case of NutraSweet NutraSweet seems to disrupt the microbiome in such a way that has metabolic effects and may encourage development of obesity and diabetes. So. Sure. Had he been aware of this. If he were alive today, the Dr Atkins would. Apply correction and renounce splendor as part of his dietary program for treatment of

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