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Soy and Cancer: The True Soy Story With Dr. Neal Barnard

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:09 min | Last week

Soy and Cancer: The True Soy Story With Dr. Neal Barnard

"One of this podcast series. We learned about the wave study and the promising results that it offered. And then we also learned as i said that soy is a huge part of the study but i would imagine because of the prevailing theories about soy that. There are a lot of people who are going to hear about this study. And they're going to be like it. Sounds pretty good. But switches makes me nervous You do hear these miss quite a lot in the the big one is this. Soy products have eyeso- flavonoids in them Natural compounds but maybe those compounds could cause breast cancer because they might adhere to the estrogen. Receptor if you go online you'll see lots and lots of writing like this and which also means it. Scientists have had a lot of time to study it and see what it is Chuck let me show us a couple of slides really quickly if you don't mind because it's important to look at the data on this sure In two thousand eight researchers did a meta analysis. And that's where you combine the results of prior studies in this case it was eight prior studies and the groups that they really focused in on where people who consumed a lot of sorts. So he could see. Is it safe you Quantities tofu soy milk me so tempe every day. So they looked at asians asian-americans and what they found kind of blew everybody away. The connection between soy cancer was it. Soy reduced the risk of breast cancer and it did it quite a lot by twenty nine percent in other words. The women could suing the most ahead twenty nine percent less risk of breast cancer compared to women who kind of neglected soy so looks like a preventive but they went further a at least five. Different studies have looked at women who had cancer treatment already and in some cases they avoid so afterwards in some cases they continue to have it. It turns out that those women who who continue to have soy those having the most soy greatly reduced their likelihood dining of cancer.

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"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

03:52 min | Last week

"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"Coming up in part two of our three part series we are going to be getting into the complexities of soy's why is it that soy's been getting such a bad rap. We talking about the truth and the long held lies of soy when we essentially get into the mythology of this little teeny tiny bean. And some of the things we're going to discuss. We've never talked about on this show before we're going to take a good hard look at gmo. I is non gmo organic versus non organic soy milk versus other plant milk. The risk of cancer and so much more dr barnard is also going to take you inside soy the chemical composition of soy. How is it made up. He's going to tell you and then we'll also be hearing from another woman. Who gained her life back. After going through the study and marie pedrick. She's gonna share her experience with us. Tell us how her life changed and we'll also hear how hot flashes are today. Plus dr bernard will be back to answer more of your questions because it wasn't long ago that we did a live. Qna all about soy. And you guys. My exam rooms stopped the doctors. Mail bag with your questions. I mean this thing was overflowing. You had so many questions so dr barnard and i work on a back into the mailbag. Pull a lot of those questions back out and get you some answers on the next episode as well. And if you're ready to make these changes to your diet you want to incorporate more saw you want to eat that plant based diet. That's low in fat but you also feel like you could use some help from an expert. Along the way the doctors and dietitians at the barnard medical center would love to work with you and telemedicine visits are available. That means you get that help right at home or at the office or wherever. You are so make that appointment today. Here's the phone number. You need to call two zero two five to seven seventy five hundred. That's two zero. Two five to seven seventy five hundred or you can simply log onto barnard medical dot org to make that appointment. Call them visit that website. Get a full list of states for services are available and start taking charge of your healthier future and four today. That's going to wrap things up. I want to say thank you one more time to. Dr neal barnard tomorrow lamarche marsh for joining us on part one of this three part series and for everyone here at the physicians committee. I am the weight loss champion. Chuck carroll thank you so very much for listening and remember as always keep a plant based.

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"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"He has been the victim of soy's really been hacked so to speak people have been saying bad things about soy. That really are not true. And one of the common ones is that soy will cause a breast enhancement that it will reduce testosterone. All this kind of stuff sort of feminizing. is the idea and the verdict Came in a long time ago and it is very clear. It's all products not cause any feminization men. They don't have an adverse effect on a man's testosterone level at all Period in in the end of it. And if you have subscribed to the idea that soy products caused man boots this is kind of the way it put on the internet. Forgive me for saying this. But that's what it is but they mean is that a guy has some breast enlargement in their thinking. maybe that was from soy Always suggested a person to test. This out is going to the beach on a hot july day. And if you see a guy who's a little heavyset and he's pulling office journey. Think mine he does have some breast enhancement. Go right up to him and ask him homage tofu. Have you been eating this past week. And i guarantee you. He will say tofu. I don't eat tofu. what are you talking about eight pizza. I eat burgers. I grilled cheese. That's my thing what stove who Part of what. Researchers have had a long time to understand what's happening and here's what's happened. Here's where the breast enhancement comes from. S eating fatty food cheeseburgers. Whatever people who eat those foods tend to gain weight compared to people who don't and when people eat a lot of fatty foods and they have more fat cells. Fat cells are not just blobs of calories. They are estrogen factories. So you've got more body fat into each fat cell. The to start her own goes into the cell. Estrogen comes out of the south. They convert the testosterone estrogen gets breast enhancement. It's actually breast tissue. And it came from his gaining weight have more body fat a switch to vegan night including soy would help make all of that go away

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The Truth About Soy and Testosterone With Dr. Neal Barnard

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

The Truth About Soy and Testosterone With Dr. Neal Barnard

"He has been the victim of soy's really been hacked so to speak people have been saying bad things about soy. That really are not true. And one of the common ones is that soy will cause a breast enhancement that it will reduce testosterone. All this kind of stuff sort of feminizing. is the idea and the verdict Came in a long time ago and it is very clear. It's all products not cause any feminization men. They don't have an adverse effect on a man's testosterone level at all Period in in the end of it. And if you have subscribed to the idea that soy products caused man boots this is kind of the way it put on the internet. Forgive me for saying this. But that's what it is but they mean is that a guy has some breast enlargement in their thinking. maybe that was from soy Always suggested a person to test. This out is going to the beach on a hot july day. And if you see a guy who's a little heavyset and he's pulling office journey. Think mine he does have some breast enhancement. Go right up to him and ask him homage tofu. Have you been eating this past week. And i guarantee you. He will say tofu. I don't eat tofu. what are you talking about eight pizza. I eat burgers. I grilled cheese. That's my thing what stove who Part of what. Researchers have had a long time to understand what's happening and here's what's happened. Here's where the breast enhancement comes from. S eating fatty food cheeseburgers. Whatever people who eat those foods tend to gain weight compared to people who don't and when people eat a lot of fatty foods and they have more fat cells. Fat cells are not just blobs of calories. They are estrogen factories. So you've got more body fat into each fat cell. The to start her own goes into the cell. Estrogen comes out of the south. They convert the testosterone estrogen gets breast enhancement. It's actually breast tissue. And it came from his gaining weight have more body fat a switch to vegan night including soy would help make all of that go away

"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

01:41 min | Last month

"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"Go ahead and open up. The doctors mailbag right now and welcome. Dr neal barnard to the exam room live and start prescribing. Some answers for everybody. Dr bernard thank you so very much for being here. My friend john great to be with you today. It's my pleasure and i know. Eggs have been a hot topic for us at the physicians committee for a long time. So i'm really glad that you and i are going to get the opportunity to clear up some confusion and so why don't we just go ahead and jump right in and answer the first question that we have from viewer. How much. Cholesterol is actually in an egg. A lot The eggs exerted the highest cholesterol food. That there is Roughly two hundred milligrams in a given egg now. The amount will vary Because people have been concerned about cholesterol and so with breeding techniques and different feeding techniques. You can manipulate the amount of cholesterol in a but it's never anything other than very high and that is because The chicken lays the egg and that aga- sitting there and the egg is not calling out room service or anything that the chick inside the egg has to make bones skin organs feathers and everything from what was laid On the day that that edit came out of the month and so that means there's a huge amount of cholesterol a lot of everything else so that when the Pops up you've got feathers and a beacon is and everything all together. It requires a lot of cholesterol to build those animal tissues. And that's the reason it's there If you eat it will add to your cholesterol level.

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Are Eggs the Cholesterol Enemy? Dr. Neal Barnard Explains

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

01:33 min | Last month

Are Eggs the Cholesterol Enemy? Dr. Neal Barnard Explains

"Bernard thank you so very much for being here. My friend john great to be with you today. It's my pleasure and i know. Eggs have been a hot topic for us at the physicians committee for a long time. So i'm really glad that you and i are going to get the opportunity to clear up some confusion and so why don't we just go ahead and jump right in and answer the first question that we have from viewer. How much. Cholesterol is actually in an egg. A lot The eggs exerted the highest cholesterol food. That there is Roughly two hundred milligrams in a given egg now. The amount will vary Because people have been concerned about cholesterol and so with breeding techniques and different feeding techniques. You can manipulate the amount of cholesterol in a but it's never anything other than very high and that is because The chicken lays the egg and that aga- sitting there and the egg is not calling out room service or anything that the chick inside the egg has to make bones skin organs feathers and everything from what was laid On the day that that edit came out of the month and so that means there's a huge amount of cholesterol a lot of everything else so that when the Pops up you've got feathers and a beacon is and everything all together. It requires a lot of cholesterol to build those animal tissues. And that's the reason it's there If you eat it will add to your cholesterol level.

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How to Pursue the Tiny House Lifestyle With Intention

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

How to Pursue the Tiny House Lifestyle With Intention

"Angelo barnard. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me included to be here. Yeah excited to have you so I love. I love what you're doing but i wanna i wanna start with your your tiny story How long have you been living tiny and and what you know. Why did you decide to go. Tiny i've been living tiny for just over a year and the decision was made because my husband and i we moved from coastal south carolina up closer to north carolina in greenville area. And we were looking for home and we were shopping at that point in time we were really wanting to pay off all of our debt so when we started hearing that in the area you're expected to pay no two hundred three hundred thousand dollars for home. We're like you don't want to go in that much more debt around this journey they offer debt and i've always like loved the idea of living tiny and like focusing on. You know some complicity. Just really living. Your life focuses on experiences in having more of those versus more things. So that whole concept. That was really interested but what i found out how much the house is going for. And then i'm on this journey to pay off debt. My husband and i know like we don't even need a house. That bag realtor kept showing us all these homes in the fusion. Were like this just feels reckless and dumb. And it's not aligned with with us at the time with our goals so we ended up finding a tiny home. It was like a rain of being in the middle of the night. I got this team notification. 'cause i put up this notification or the setting to see homes that were under a certain price range and a tiny home packed up and i was like what i saw that there was this community and i wanna see this community so we ended up going to see this community and the community was pretty big about seventy homes in it. And we're like. Oh we kinda wanna live more less people. So they're like. Oh we have this new one down to roads so there was. I think like eight at the time and now in our community. There's ten tiny homes so we purchased a purchased a tiny home and we moved it into this little community. And we're on the lake and it's been a year since then and we're loving it

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Audio Cut in Speech on Black People’s Role in Memorial Day

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Audio Cut in Speech on Black People’s Role in Memorial Day

"Organizers of a Memorial Day ceremony in Hudson Ohio turned off the speakers microphone retired army lieutenant colonel Barnard counter began talking about how freed black slaves had honored fallen soldiers soon after the civil war royal date was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of honoring the city's veterans at one point captors Mike was caught off the board early whether Charles's deck two minutes at the eleven minute speech was silenced captors says this is not the same country he fought for A. J. Mike the Ohio American Legion says it's investigating it's national commander says the legion deplores racism and reveres the constitution I'm a Donahue

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What Are the Warning Signs of Clogged Arteries?

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:33 min | 2 months ago

What Are the Warning Signs of Clogged Arteries?

"Abroad are good to see you. My friend how you doing today. I'm doing fantastic. And i'm glad you're here because today's top question a really thought an interesting one and it comes to us from alice and alice says heart disease runs in my family and it wasn't until recently that i stopped eating fried food and a lot of fat. But i'm worried that i might miss the warning signs that i have clogged arteries. Are there any There are some You may not have them But there are some of the classic ones obviously are. The person might have chest pain Which engine And so that the heart muscles just not getting adequate oxygen and after walking if you block the person gets chest pain and then they're equivalent ones where you could get like paints because your legs aren't getting adequate blood flow. Surprisingly enough lower back pain might be in the same category but for a different reason. And that is that. If you're not getting enough of blood supply to your lower back. The discs start to degenerate and so this disease is now thought to be one of the manifestations of arterial disease amazingly enough And less person. Imagine that's quite rare. Researchers have looked at Autopsy studies of young people who are tragically killed in car wrecks or something like that and they found that there are serious artery blockages in kids as young as eighteen. And twenty. where it's because they lost an entire lumbar artery. So the bottom line years this starts early on the classic Canary in the coal mine. the big. Sign that you're gonna artery. Disease is in men in direct. The guy who's forty years old and goes to the doctor fight for viagra. He does not have a performance anxiety. What he's got narrow arteries But that of course doesn't apply to a woman so there are these warning signs. You do see them. Sometimes but for the most part you don't know you can have narrowed arteries and never know it. So that's why. Dr look at your blood pressure your cholesterol and your weight and your smoking To see if we can predict who's got atherosclerosis. Fontham line live in america. Assume you got it. It's just that comet. So that means lambaste. I'd get again. Get rid of the fried stuff as you as you doing. Get rid of the junk. And luckily artery disease can be

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What Differentiates a Migraine From a Headache

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:22 min | 2 months ago

What Differentiates a Migraine From a Headache

"Let's talk about headaches here on the exam room. Podcast brought to you by the physicians committee and not just any headache. We're about the mother of all headaches. Today we are going to be talking about migraine headaches. What exactly they are. And then how your diet may be affecting whether or not your head is pounding or not and so. We have a gentleman with us here today. Who knows all about this matter. Fact did a comprehensive study on this very topic not too terribly long ago and with that we welcome. Dr neil barr back to the exam room. Thank you so very much for being here. Sir hijack great to be with you. Let's start with the surface level question. What is a migraine. And how does it compare to those day to day headaches that we all get great question. A migraine is not just a bad headache. untypical tension headache. That a lot of folks get is a dull ache lasts an hour or two. It's gone that's of beds. That's about it now. it can be intense. But the differentiates a migraine is that migraines are usually one-sided. They're often pounding and throbbing with your pulse. And along with it. You get lots of other things to. You're really sensitive to lights and sounds and sometimes you'll feel sick. You might even actually throw up. So it's it's a whole physical thing. as opposed to just Attention headache some people will get an aura beforehand. Not everybody but sometimes you'll see changes in your vision. That will warn you that the migraine is about to hit and we talk a lot about chronic illness on the show. Is there any research showing whether or not migraines can be genetic at all they can be and they can also strike at any time of life. Unlike so many conditions where you've got to kind of be middle aged for to happen You'll see them in kids. And i have to tell you check. There is nothing sadder than a kid. Who's got a migraine because they last a long time. They can last overnight the next day kids aren't in school They're just waiting in the dark and what they're hoping for is that they will fall asleep. Sometimes the sleep will arrest the migraine and they can function again but there are kids who have them a few times a week and it can be just really

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Dr. Neal Barnard Discusses Supplements for Vegans

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Neal Barnard Discusses Supplements for Vegans

"Let's go ahead and open up. That doctors mailbag and welcome. Dr neal barnard to the show to help us raise our health. Iq dr barner. Thanks for being here. My front either. Check great to see you. Let's get right in there. My friend the first question in the mailbox today to from somebody who is brand new to eating a plant based diet and they wanna know straight up what supplements do vegans need to take requesting There's really one that's top of the list. And that's vitamin b twelve energy needed for healthy nerves in Blood amount you need is really tiny. It's two point four micrograms not grams not milligrams micrograms very small. It's in every multiple vitamin that you've ever took but it's also just sold by itself and i would Really really really encourage you to go to the store. Health food store or drugstore. Pick up a bottle. B twelve at the smallest one they sell because again. You only need two point four micrograms and have covered. That's really the one essential vitamin d. A is often used as a supplement for people who don't get enough sun on their skin. Sunlight on the skin makes vitamin d. And it helps you absorb calcium from foods to tweet. But if you're living in a cold place source or using sunscreen all the time. You're not making vitamin d. You need so. Vitamin d. Supplement will be covered. Most doctors will prescribe about two thousand. I use a day and you can get that at any store. Any drugstore third one also now required. But when you think about that's i add the vitamin d and the iodine are not just for people. Begin for anybody. Anybody who missing son should be thinking about vitamin d and i. It is something that people should think about because of their thyroid. Don't just run to the store and get i'd because if you get too much run into trouble but your doctor can easily check your thyroid if you're low in energy sluggish gaining weight for reasons Check of your thyroid's a good thing and many doctors will discover that a person needs a little extra item. They're dying and that's an easy supplements to take. So those are my top

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"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"Can change what you're having for lunch today So that's the beauty of it. It's extremely empowering to be able to make those choices absolutely so as people here we kind of wrap things up here as people really weigh What it is that. They're eating here and you sit down and you look at your plate. Matter of fact you know what. Let me ask it this way You had the specific you grew up very much in in a beef loving a part of of the nation here and you obviously grew up eating red meat yourself. At what point did you look down at your plate and realize. Hey what i'm eating here not just impacts my my own health but the health of the environment. Do you remember the first time that everything kind of clicked for you and what those thoughts were. What emotions were feeling. Well you know. I have to say i want to give credit. Where credit's due francis. Morla pay wrote a book. Decades ago called diet for a small planet and it was something that people read. They talked about. But i think they might have forgotten By her argument was really very simple. It was just. We can raise a lot of grains feed them to animals and get a little bit of meat out that we can that we can eat but if we eat grains directly and the vegetables and fruits and ended the bounty of botanical foods. Not only will we have plenty for ourselves but plenty to feed a hungry world. And so i remember hearing about that and thinking that it's obviously logical and obviously true The problem i think i might have had in my own life. Is that my own extended families business all my uncles and cousins and not to mention my vamp on my dad and everybody is far back. Second trace was was actually in the animal. A cultural doesn't but we grow we change and we discovered that the benefits are huge. Oh you black vegan sheep you. Dr neal barnard i appreciate that very much. This has been really enlightening and we will go ahead and drop to the study that i was referencing there. That twenty sixteen study will drop that in the episode notes as well so you can check that out for yourself. Dr barr thank you so very much.

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"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"barnard" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"Can change what you're having for lunch today So that's the beauty of it. It's extremely empowering to be able to make those choices absolutely so as people here we kind of wrap things up here as people really weigh What it is that. They're eating here and you sit down and you look at your plate. Matter of fact you know what. Let me ask it this way You had the specific you grew up very much in in a beef loving a part of of the nation here and you obviously grew up eating red meat yourself. At what point did you look down at your plate and realize. Hey what i'm eating here not just impacts my my own health but the health of the environment. Do you remember the first time that everything kind of clicked for you and what those thoughts were. What emotions were feeling. Well you know. I have to say i want to give credit. Where credit's due francis. Morla pay wrote a book. Decades ago called diet for a small planet and it was something that people read. They talked about. But i think they might have forgotten but her argument was really very simple. It was just. We can raise a lot of grains feed them to animals and get a little bit of meat out that we can. We can eat but if we eat grains directly and the vegetables and fruits and ended the bounty of botanical foods. Not only will we have plenty for ourselves but plenty to feed a hungry world. And so i remember hearing about that and thinking that it's obviously logical and obviously true The problem i think i might have had in my own life. Is that my own extended families business all my uncles and cousins and not to mention my vamp and my dad and everybody is far back. Second trace was was actually in the animal. A cultural doesn't but we grow we change and we discovered that the benefits are huge. Oh you black vegan sheep you. Dr neal barnard i appreciate that very much. This has been really enlightening and we will go ahead and drop to the study that i was referencing there. That twenty sixteen study will drop that in the episode notes as well so you can check that out for yourself. Dr barr thank you so very much.

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Cink-Cess! 47-Year-Old Wins 3rd Heritage Title

Fox News Rundown

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Cink-Cess! 47-Year-Old Wins 3rd Heritage Title

"R B C Heritage title Sunday. The 47 year old finished 1900 Harbor town for in front of Emiliano Grillo and Harold Barnard, the third Things. Wind comes 17 years after his second title of Harbor Town, and he becomes the fourth player on the tour to win twice in the same season after turning 47. Or in the

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"barnard" Discussed on SEO 101

SEO 101

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"barnard" Discussed on SEO 101

"We're joined by dr jason. Barnard the brand surp- guy. Ceo and founder of so jason. Let's say The average person out there has the interest of having their own knowledge panel..

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No you didn't win a prize. It's deceptive mail from a car dealer

Bob Sirott

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

No you didn't win a prize. It's deceptive mail from a car dealer

"Scam has been mailed to hundreds of Indiana residents. It looks like a lottery scratch off ticket with promises of big prizes. Scott Barnard is the state's director of consumer protection, being drawn to a location to a dealership to a specific place with the expectation that you're going to get something that either doesn't exist or that they don't have. The Indiana attorney general has filed a complaint against the marketing companies involved in the mailers. When they showed up with those car dealerships. By the way, they had to sit through sales pitches and got a $5 gift card or low and Smart Watch. One marketing company says they didn't intentionally try to deceive people.

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"barnard" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

07:24 min | 8 months ago

"barnard" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

"Bridge toll california customer service number highway miles to the gallon. Ford focus highland cave rescue operation. What is ema fest. Wine bars in san carlos california best western hotels out rinaldi. What happened with big wedding. Should i said the first series. I'm sure to check out other email. Clients identify funds from applying the world ride style versus rates welcomed. The voices of search podcast. I'm your host benjamin shapiro and today we're gonna talk about why only the strongest survive in the search game joining us is jason barnard who is an author speaker and consultant at cal qb which is a groundbreaking digital marketing agency. That pioneered the concept of exact match brand. Serfs joining us again. Today is jason barnard who is an author speaker and consultant at cala cube which is a groundbreaking digital marketing agency. That pioneered the concept of exact match brand serves today. Jason and i are going to wrap up our conversation by talking about the survival of the fittest. Darwinism in search. But before we get started. I want to remind you that this podcast is sponsored by search metrics. They are a team of seo. Content marketers data scientists that help enterprise scale businesses monitor their online presence and make data driven decisions and they'd like to invite you to join their seo year in review. Women are the pandemic has made twenty twenty an eventful year for seo's on december tenth. Twenty twenty at eleven. am pacific standard. Time joins search metrics chief brand strategist doug bell. Tyson stockton their vice president of services and jordan kuni their strategic advisor as they discuss the pivotal role covid nineteen is played in shifting the seo industry. And how you can adjust to the ever changing search landscape but a search metrics dot com slash webinar to register again that search metrics dot com slash webinar for search. Metrics is twenty twenty year in review webinar on december. Tenth at eleven. Am ps t. Okay with the show. Here's my conversation with jason barnard author speaker and consultant at galaxy tab jason. Welcome back to the voices of search podcast. Third day furred interesting conversation topics. I absolutely love an unhappy talk about ours. Excited continuing wrap up our conversation. So far this week we talked about the power of owning your brand name the brand syrup and then also some of the other pieces of the paves that google's going to display when it comes to someone searching for your name or your brands name the knowledge panel being the second today gonna talk a little bit more about the theory of search and you know why we're thinking of it as its survival of the fittest. Talk to me about what you consider to be. Darwinism in search. Y'all it actually happened a year and a half ago and i was traveling around the world. Gone conference is giving talks like everybody else. I was kinda thinking okay. We've got this algorithm google's algorithm that pushes things up to the top because google thinks they merit to be at the top. Now i stopped to think well. Okay what google is at sea during is saying what is the question that my user is asking. What is the answer of the potential solution. And which one will i recommend so if we look at it from the point of view goosing which is the answer oscillation guns recommend to my years of the question all the problem they have expressed and we immediately changed our point of view. It makes it much easier. Froze australia and i was allowed to ask one question as an expert and i was with gregg gifford's amazingly intelligent local search guy who asked him a question. I local search. And i said okay. Is there a separate algorithm for those features and i had the misfortune. Gary laughed in my face and then said no. There isn't his how it does work. And then he explained to the whole room to about thirty people in the room what they explained to engineers lend their rival google. And basically you have the blue in calgary than which is the fundamental foundation of everything. The blue link algorithm will take these facts as the week album factors. Maybe that's not a fair assessment of what they are but it will rank lease results and it will give you the top ten then parallel to that. You have the videos. The images only universal stuff all the extended search search and they all have a similar system whereby they will present a set of candidates for that i age and that based on the same data to comes from google. Boughten i've had come from is from from properties. Can i've been docks who says yeah. We collect all this nuts. The foundation of everything is being bought goo bar but what they do is they. Then say okay. How valuable is this video of the image or is people also ask to the user given that query and they each put bed now he uses the word bed and it's not a bit in a financial sense. it's a bit in terms of value to the user and as the videos put in a bid that fashion the blue links it gets placed on the serb means. That it is the fittest. It has the void where it has gained a slice and it kills a blue ling was ready mind-blowing because explains exactly the mechanism behind how these elements images and videos and people also ask and carousels and features get that place on this earth. And if you look jason garner darwinism as you will find an icon. Search engine journal. Which explains exactly what he told me. Then i to frederick debut from being who basically explained exactly the same thing to me about being now. It's fairly obvious when you think about it. The bang and google function most site manner. They have the same data set. They have the same. They have the same userbase. Even though it's not exactly the same uses the same type of people. It's the same idea which is recommending the best solution to a problem or the best answer to question and he said ou come along to bing. And let's do some interviews that we really good fun sorrow into banging on tv with the guy. The videos mean as merchants guy for features nuclei brilliant. People really really interesting to understand how it works. Really killed me with nathan chalmers. He took out a whole page out and artists. And what. where does this come from completely that sale. You would think it okay. Darwinism in search i. The videos provide more value. Baffled they will get a place he said well. Now there's a whole hijacked driven that sits on top of the whole lot overruns this if we don't feel that video will truly bring value in might appear to bring value my appear to be relevant valuable to the user but in fact we know from user data and we were talking about. Yesterday we know from music. They actually doesn't satisfy these. It doesn't bring the us. It's a satisfaction quickly and efficiently. Which is the one thing that comes back. Every time i talked to google being what brings the user disatisfaction.

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"barnard" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

06:42 min | 8 months ago

"barnard" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

"The four seasons hotels and resorts will come back and those top stories drop off so you're immediately looking at this question of what you've got. Go you've got nine. You've got industry and you've got this concept of time which is phenomenally and faster. So you mentioned that there was a value that you derived out of owning the brand surp- for your name talk to me about how you think about. All when it comes to owning the brand surp- and controlling what google display is about your name specifically who are the most important people to your business. A-list people feel business it. Your client is your prospects. Is your investors your partners. Its potential hires. It's journalists and we're going to write something nice about you. We hope all of these people. Search your brand name some point your clients potentially multiple times to die so your bottom line is going to be infected systematically every single guy by your set what people see when they search your brand nine and they might only be searching your brain into navigate. Your thank which is often the case the clients but it doesn't mean decide. They don't see an register in their minds everything else that is all not so so eusebie needs to dominate to if you can dominate it if you can control it you can make positive accurate and convincing. A which point you're going to reduce client you're going to increase your conversion rate from the prospects that are checking upon you all navigates joint. You're going to get more of those gray articles from jersey thing. Yeah they look right. You're going to get more of those essential signing on because a what we see on google is something is imprinted on our minds but be. We trust. Google like it or not. We trust google. Just the last question. I have for you. Related brand serfs is. Yes we all trust google. Yes the brand surplus important. Yes it's going to influence your businesses. Roi what can you do to control it. Well i mean my brand name. My personal pronoun jason bongino She control over. And that's despite the fight. With three hundred jackson barnabas in the world including a podcast house. Who does music footballer an ice hockey player a reasonably famous religious creature person in america a couple of criminals in that orange jumpsuits. I'm competing with a lot of people who could potentially get down. But what i do is control that bronze that and i work with clients to make sure that they control i e in terms of a brand they come for latte bronze that now if you look at it from the top down number one unique right number one. Everyone thinks that's easy. Yeah fine as long as it's not ambiguous you will remember one. It's not as easy as you think. Trust me well. If we're talking about brown's it tends to be easy because of lack of big you itsy between different countries and different industries. But if you look underneath that number one result. Do you have the rich silent since google show that big chunk to rich signings people navigate. Paseo psyched maybe not fifty percent of bronze. Don't have that underneath thought. Gee i videotaped boxes you have images. Do you have results that reflect. Well on your brand. Ooh do you have things that you do not control or things that are negative or your competitors. You would be very surprising fight. You probably wouldn't be surprised. That flow of brands do not control. What appears when somebody googles brian nine and that's the phenomenally fundamental recyc- from a digital marketing perspective. If you made all efforts to get the client or prospect on board to the point which going to search your name you wanna make so what they say is the normally positive accurate unconvincing so having the book porn generation show up when somebody searches your name not necessarily a good thing for. Roi no definitely not a good thing. Our thanks other. Ben shapiro appreciate that one from a brand perspective. If we'd come back full seasons how tap you can also see whether or not your content strategy and you digital ecosystem health. If google isn't showing positive things about you it means it deems. The world's opinion of you to be less than positive you need to start thinking about why google is showing it showing it because it feels that it's relevant and valuable if content doesn't match your brand message you'll brand image then you need to start thinking. Why is it showing it if it's showing it's because google thinks that it's relevant volley bo. If it thinks it's relevant valuable why there is always a reason. Think down and figure out where you getting it wrong to the point to which congress pushing up these bad results and seeing all imagining that they are representative of your brand. We live in a brand new age were owning. Your name isn't as simple as it used to be. Really we're going to continue this conversation with jason bard tomorrow. So that wraps up this episode of the voice of search podcasts. Thanks for listening to my conversation with jason barnard author speaker and consultant at cal qb. We'd love to continue this conversation with us. You're interested in contacting jason. You could find a link to his linked in profile in our show notes. You can contact him on twitter. Where his handle is jason m barnard j. a. s. o. n. m. b. a. r. n. a. r. d. Or you can visit his company's website which is cal cube dot pro which is k. l. i. c. u. b. e. dot piero. Just one more than lincoln. Our show nuts. I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you're listening to this podcast head over to voices of search dot com where we have summaries of all episodes and contact information for our guests. You can also send us your topic suggestions or your seo questions. You can even apply to be a guest speaker on the voices of search podcast and if you haven't subscribed and you want a daily dream of seo content marketing insights your podcast feed. We're going to publish an episode every day during a workweek so hit the subscribe button and your podcast app. We'll be back interfered tomorrow morning. All right that's it for today but until next time remember. The answers are always in the dana..

"barnard" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

08:39 min | 8 months ago

"barnard" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

"Of search podcast. Lovely three benjamin honor and a privilege to have you on the show and you know in some ways i think of you. As the godfather of the brand surp- so taught me a little bit about your history with brand serbs. How did you end up focusing on this specific area of search. Well i mean right now. Twenty twenty twenty twenty is pretty easy to be the godfather broncos. Because i'm the only person that i know of talking about. It and the digital marketing industry is dispatching. Twenty twenty. one is going to be. Why hope there's going to be more people talking about it. Which point he will probably be more difficult for me to be the godfather or the st think. I always be the founder. And the reason i saw today was seven or eight years ago. I realized that every time. I walked out with meeting with a client. They searched my name. I thought what happens if when they searched my name. I look really impressive. So i spend what i thought would be three or four months getting it right and it took me about a year. It's a slow process. Learn one would imagine but after year what appeared when you search mine nine jason bonnard who is very positive. Very digital marketing. An impressive klein's the points at which i went from maybe fifty percents to eighty nine conversion rate but more importantly nobody ever argued about my prices. Anymore that's interesting so there is a value of what shows up when you search your own name. The joke that i have related to brand search is. It's the mother-in-law test when you start dating someone your potential mother-in-law some of course your name. Now i have this problem where there's another podcast host name ben shapiro. I generally go by benjamin shapiro. Try to differentiate but he he always shows up first. Four my branded sir. So whether it'd be my consulting practice my podcast you know my personal life whenever anybody searched me. There tends to be extremely right leaning republican commentator. That shows up. It drives me nuts. What do i do will well things that number one is. I'm not talking about branded search. I'm talking about exact much brand search. Search your nine. I mean your name. Plus podcast isn't something. I actually deal with because on looking at what google thinks the world thinks about you. Google's perfection of the world's opinion of view and. That's phenomenally important. And as soon as you move outside big match you start to lose focus. So i'm looking at this focus about who you are what you do who your audience is. And most importantly how google perceive that and google's perception is a reflection of the world's perception of you. So if we move away from search any kind of term that includes your brand nine. That's focus on exact match now. I just thought for ben shapiro and yes. You have the american commentator on the right hand side with his knowledge panel you talk stories the him and you are -solutely nowhere to be saying not unfortunate problem when you have a name that you share with somebody who is very present in digital sense and as you rightly cy if you immediately say well in that case. I'm gonna call myself benjamin and get people for benjamin. The result actually changes. You still have his knowledge on the right hand side but we have been shot dot com. Which i imagine is you. That's me as number two and your twitter account comes up. It doesn't come up number one because he beats you on that one. It's quite interesting. Filemaker bench pair of the american coming commentator. His official site in his knowledge. Colonel is twitter dot com. He has no home phase entity not phenomenal mistake on his part. Google thinks that his entity lives on twitter. That's an pooling thing to be taken for because twitter them has control of his entity. Your entity benjamin. Chiappero lives on benschop. Shop dot com. That's much fateh. You beat him on one thing. All right that's good to hear. So all i have to do is have twitter. Remove his account. Let's find something where he breaks. Terms of service reported that twitter. And you know. Now i'm good. That is one thing you could fix with a name like that question. I mean the american commentator has made the mistake of allowing google to think the twitter is He is the best represented and he should really have a site that presents him and page on that site. The represents him as an entity. Now you have that salt meet definitely have a lot of hope and a lot of possibilities taught to develop that and shah the ben shapiro with him. And for the benjamin shapiro. I would imagine you could probably take it out because his reference to himself is pretty much always ban another tricks if anyone's interested is to a middle initial. I talked a lot of people who've done that. In the past if you had a middle initial and you convince people search without middle initial that helps to ambiguous big. You're right and that's the question. It's how ambiguous it. How sure is google that you're actually looking for that specific person. That's actually why. I created the website and all of my social handles are under benji shop because the idea was that people would search for something different knowing that ben shapiro was a political commentator and so all of my personal branding has been under ben j shop with my name written. Has benjamin and this is really a personal branding problem and maybe not something that everybody runs into talk to me about. How brand serves are relevant to organizations and to businesses. Is this a problem that you know our businesses running into other companies. That have the same name as them old. That's a very interesting question. Becoming as human beings we tend to share names. I mean rarely the people who have a unique first and second nine combination so obviously we have this problem. Ambiguities and google is looking at the probability that we're searching view and not the other and shapiro. An not probability is why you always going to run into problems now with browns because in each individual company you will have copywriting trademarking. There is a tendency for that overlap to exist much less it still exists because obviously can have the same brand name in different industries within the same country but you have a double kind of protection one of which is geolocation and the other of which is that trademarking so for example. If you're searching for i mean one. Great example would be hate the gecko. I saw earlier on a guy called david sizes in the uk because his digital marketing agency. Pipe a gecko. He has the problem you tie the multiple companies with the nine pipe and in the us. There are several companies with the nine. Paper gecko book. Google does not confuse them between the us because it conceded it's two different entities because the location is different not to go back to the political sphere. But there was a funny coincidence. That happened in american politics where the current president of the united states was holding a press conference thinking it was going to be at the four seasons and they accidentally azer of the four seasons landscaping company location in the parking lot to have this press conference. Now that's an example where you have to brands. That are similar. And how should google be trying to avoid confusion between the two. I mean this is a very good example of talked about geo location and i thought to bow industry a. We can also talk about time because four seasons if i search today in the us. I get the full seasons hotels and resorts which is the computing.

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How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

05:18 min | 9 months ago

How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

"Well come along to help you. Cut it in the hairdressing industry. Podcast my name's dom lane and this podcast as you just heard in the intro is one. I've been wanting to have for a long time particularly as we are now here in england in our next lockdown and many of you are thinking about a new direction in where you go in so who could be better than actually talking about online education than one of the best. I believe in the business. A huge fan of is our love style so delighted to welcome onto the show. The incredible chris. Moody chris welcome to how to cut it down. Thank you so much you such a pleasure to be here. I have to tell you real tingo just as as the show is stocking up there. It's it's such a privileged. This really is the gold standard of podcasting. It really is so excited to be on it. Thank you so inviting the suic- solano just before coming on and you know a saint. I'm i'm i have been a big fan of us for a long time and you know if there's anything we can learn from when it comes to be an educator is you really chris i know you deliver it to so many people i mean. How many people have you do you. Reckon youth now educated in hairdresser to become educated. I dunno most i dunno domino must tens of thousands in the last is really amplified in the last nine months since we went into our original lockdown in march all of our businesses pivoted since march. I think i've done about three hundred and fifty four hundred events. The biggest event is probably had about fifteen hundred people on so And most of the mavericks between fifty and one hundred people on a lot of those event so just in in this year alone in twenty it must be thousands but over the years maybe tens of thousands. I don't know i'm very privileged. I feel really blessed that people come and listen actually so it's really humbling. Think he's become such a big part now. There are so many people the want to become hairdressing educators. I suppose because there are so that you know that a lot of headdresses out there and ha handwriting education has become so accessible but also think you know in the uk all of the uk and island addressing has always been at a very very high standard. And i think people are recognizing in order to compete in to maintain that standard and to keep sort of pushing the barriers education has become more important than ever. It's not enough now to just simply learn your craft over three years or whatever and then you go into your behind the chair unpracticed. Craft things are changing all the time. Fashion technology styles of people are recognizing that they need to keep up with it. So i think as more and more an then it becomes cyclical as more people recognize. How much more there is to learn. The more people feel the need to learn it so it becomes absolutely anita you. You must hear it so often there where people say yet. I want to go into becoming an educator. And that's what. I wanna do ready today. Christie's learned from you the stuff that you take. Because i just to clear up the you have a few kind of different ports where platforms way you educate you. Chris just give us a quick heads up on those that you do provide in people that are interested in becoming educators. While i work a lot for a couple of different brands i work a lot for a global brand of which it has many different subsidiaries and do a lot of education for them Helping teach their trainers and helping to sort of evolve their education. I have some partners in the usa. I work with one of my original teachers. Guy chris barron who's a still a mentor and coach to get mine. And i'm fortunate that i now partner with chris on some platforms of the us in north america within. And i also. I'm part of a program here in the uk called the high performance educated with good friend and business partner. David barnard as well as well as doing some of my own stuff but primarily. I'm working in partnership with other people off or offer major brands for global brands. Now i interviewed. James atkinson the life. Who's a very good friend of mine. He's pretty good friend of yours. To and i said to him. I said chris just there seems to be so many things that you've grown in. The industry has leader name. And i think. I'm curious to actually know who you are. Chris because i see what you do with the education but just give a bit of back history to use the person that you are and how you've got to wear you wall well i. I'm just a working class lot from nov town. I originate from bombs bonds lease really good for producing headdresses. I don't know why bombs lease home to josh. Would andrew barton robert eating. You know we're all from was something in the water that creates these bombs. Lee is a is itself. Your peebles south yorkshire. It's a small mining town in south yorkshire. It's a very humble town. It's a lovely place. I'm proud that i'm from there. I love the place. But it's a very small town humble beginnings

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"barnard" Discussed on The Complete Creative

The Complete Creative

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"barnard" Discussed on The Complete Creative

"We have my good friend Ella Barnard who started off as a author coach and then decided that she would show people how to launch books by launching books herself. And now she's making thousands of dollars launching her own short Sears is short form fiction on Amazon. So it's awesome. And she takes you literally step by step by everything that she does. She doesn't go super deep into the details, but we cover the whole scope of how she went from zero to making thousands of dollars of a month on Amazon in less than six months. So I hope you enjoy that one if you do I have a free course on wage To write a novel at the complete creative.com forward slash novel. You can check that out. And now let's go to the show you you are author coach who started writing books extensively to like prove method worked and then they picked up and now you are like writing a bunch of books and doing it successfully, right? Yes. Could you talk about that transition? Yeah. It was really nice. If it was really like to be honest. It was like after years of interviewing people and researching and helping and finding, you know wage working with authors and finding out who the best who I'm best at helping and being like I can really help you and then You know cuz in entrepreneurial circles it's like well, you know, you can either become the expert or yourself or interview a bunch of people and learning everything about it and learn and and do it that way and so they thought I did but I think my audience needed another level of comfort, you know and security before investing in me. And so I was like, oh, okay. Well, then I'm just going to do it myself and you know, I interviewed you a few times. I didn't read Bunches of Bunches of really successful authors. So like I'm doing myself and so last year and December I was like screw it I can curse on yours, right Russell. Yeah, like fuck it. I'm doing myself off. and pause.

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Judge puts Wisconsin capacity limit order back into effect

NPR News Now

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Judge puts Wisconsin capacity limit order back into effect

"Wisconsin John sided with Governor Tony Everts. Administration upholding regulations limiting the number of people can gather in bars restaurants and outdoor indoor places to twenty five percent of capacity capacity limit order issued October six in the face of surging corona virus cases there. Other judge blocked the order after group representing Barnard's challenge at arguing in monserate defacto closure for bars and

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A Conversation With 2020 U.S. Open Champion Dominic Thiem

Beyond The Baseline

05:23 min | 11 months ago

A Conversation With 2020 U.S. Open Champion Dominic Thiem

"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this week sports illustrated tennis podcast were all catching our breath after the twenty twenty us open no one more. So than our first guest, why you ask it's dominant team, your men's winner he stopped by for what I thought was really quite an extraordinary conversation especially given the circumstances after that we speak with Dr Seon Bilac she's the president of Barnard here New York. She's also a cognitive scientists in a world expert on choking. So given the events of the week, we wanted to get her take. So it is a double, but I are champ from singles. Here's Dominic team. I didn't have time yet to reflect on on this incredible match on the on the win. The Dhamma. Grizzard champion off it's it's unreal to me still and also yesterday. We rent. Straits to the hotel after all the breast. Had some dinner together and then I didn't sleep on seconds so. Was not able to reflect but I guess that's coming the next day's. Going to say I, guess you pulled an all nighter as we say, how do you celebrate a major during lockdown? This is a new one. How do you celebrate when you can't exactly I would have been happening the? Honestly. We had pizza with my team Del Room, and then we were just jailing talking about. Reviews for weeks about the tournament and I think that I, wouldn't have done differently when. Everything was normal because I was shattered dean was as well, and the is coming in the our with a big hole. They wait till you get home. What affect. Do you think it had on? You not having fans there Stop for everybody I guess because fans of full stadium if she'll so much energy positive fantasy. You can rely on them. You can. You can rely on them, they will carry you. Through tough situations, carry us. Through when you feel leads and all these falls away. Of course, the teams April the Eugen for, but it's only three people so. Is was really tough to all the TIME INDIANA CI yourself. push yourself all the time. It's a unique situation and over even thought for the stadium full. In the moment, are you aware of of just how crazy crazy match the Zeus of are you aware of all these wild swings? I am yeah. Usually. I. I really remember. Most of the details in in every mansions. I four said sorted were kind of strange but then if said. I never experienced something before it was so weird such a big drama you will were ending up in the daybreak. With all the years we know shallow with the fringe share the Chinese broad a super long. Two Grand Slam finals, and then we badly all if said daybreak, it's just so crazy and. I guess to lock your. Normal to pressure before big matches. Did you know how intense the pressure was before you got out there? Did you know before you hit the first ball who you were really nervous? Noam usually are most times i. I find. The perfect mix between two nervous and the northern Norway, which is this area yesterday I just didn't find it I feeling really good at the warm up by. was hitting the ball very clean, very goods. Didn't have any pain was fooling fit and then I go out and suddenly I feel. So nervous arms are heavy lakes or heavy, I cannot really blame I. Real Dennis and the dental tough, and then all of this auden. Even I think was only off among soon to sits down. What are you telling yourself after that? I was telling myself. I was hoping that I free up at one point in then I was getting myself well is a major final. Fight for every point doesn't been get way worse than debts and. just hoping that also your opponent gives you something because he was playing very, very limited getting serving. Amazing playing solid from the bank and. then. Maybe he gave me a little bit. Maybe one full or some easy mistakes on the base on broken bank in his third and. Will moment where three. When it became. A good match.

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National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

Podcast Gumbo

03:29 min | 11 months ago

National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hey Paul Matt. NFL. Bernard here we just got back from an awesome week into Hampshire Estate Near and dear to our hearts I'll there and my grandparents still live there. But neither of US are New Hampshire natives we have questions where in the PODCAST universe can we turn to learn more about the Grad State? Well Matin Amelio you've come to the right place but before I give a recommendation I'm going to give a little back story to everyone. When I started this podcast I decide that my guess would be podcasters not just people in the podcast. Matinee have been running mates since very early on going to last two podcasts movements together. But. He didn't have a podcast. So I never asked him to be a guest. Did Matt Start as podcasts just to be a guest on my show, the answer would be revealed later but let's talk about living free or dying I or at least pumpkins. Today. September seventh is national. New Hampshire. Day. I think a great place to start finding podcasts about New Hampshire is the outside in podcast which is made by new. Hampshire public. Radio. Now. It's not exclusively about things from New Hampshire but there are obviously New Hampshire base stories like this one. This episode talks about the Guinness Book of Records Event Were Keen New Hampshire holds a US record for most Jack Lantern in one place at one time. The town held an annual festival and everyone loved it. But as it got bigger and bigger so did the problems I mean if you've got over four thousand pumpkins around that can't be safe right? quaint was no longer the operative word. To find out what happened give it a listen, and let me know what you think by using the National New Hampshire Day Hashtag. Today's guests floral are Matin Amelia Barnard. As I mentioned Matt never had a podcast but due to the pandemic he decide to have some fun with his son with their free extra time and the Barnard's on the NBA podcast was born. In each episode Matinee, choose to colleges with well-known basketball programs and compare their famous alumni to see which school would come out on top. Many years ago I was a big college basketball fan and I still go to the big east championship every year when a pandemic isn't raging I also went to two final four tournaments many years ago. One. was in Atlanta and the other was in New Orleans, of course. So listening to this podcast gives some great of those times. For the episode I'm recommending it's the mismatch between Ucla and Oregon State. Since nothing is free in this world, I'm going to request that Matt and Amelia do an episode pitting Villanova and ruckers against each other. Short seems a little one-sided, but don't sleep on Rucker's there who history has some highlights amidst a lot of lowlights. For. Last recommendation, Matin Amelia recommend the Hollinger and Dunkin NBA show is debating the NBA's best they say and I quote.

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Donna Carpenter Interview

Good Life Project

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Donna Carpenter Interview

"I Being of a certain age grew up on long island and was hey, sniffer. Many of those, right? I remember grabbing my Sner for when this no came down walking down the hill to local golf course, which was at the end of my block. You know trekking up to the top of old glory and just going forward until my lips were blue and our shaking, and it was time to go home me till I grew up with a surfer. We always took it sledding with us the that was the sort of Progressive Edgy thing to do even then you know you're born originally somewhere in east Texas but a pretty young age the family ended up jumping over to Greenwich Connecticut, or somewhere thereabouts. Curious. What what that was like for you I mean 'cause. As somebody who grew up outside of New York I'm guessing that was a bit of a jarring change for you was there real culture shock. You know I've been thinking about this. I think shaken I we both grew up in kind of suburbs of New York. But neither one of US embraced those values I mean coming from east. Texas I didn't really understand them. You know just the e one of my first memories of my grandmother saying she won't visit us because Satan actually lives in New York I don't know if you knew that but that's his home address so. Chacon I neither one of us, Kinda fell part of our tribes there, and especially when he decided to dedicate his life his sniffing. His tribe certainly didn't understand. That was not the expectation for him growing up in Long Island, and you know expecting to go on Wall Street really I. Guess. So I think that that was one reason we were really attracted to each other that we started to create our own community very early on we realized that we were going to have to create family. Yeah. Now that makes a lot of sense. It seems like you also you graduated high school early as well right? Well Yeah we're. We're not the same age. We didn't. We didn't know each other growing up but I I, went to I left Greenwich I was determined to leave. Greenwich. So I left it sixteen spending year in France that I'd probably rather not talk about. And then God, very serious about college and he had very similar trajectory. He kinda got kicked out of a boarding school got into a little trouble and then got serious about his future. So we kind of had that in common and honestly Jonathan, I hadn't really met a whole lot of hard working. Decent honest skies who were persevering at something nobody believed and. again, I think that's why we were able to kind of create our own community. I mean. So you ended up in Barnard and I guess as Legend would have it were up in in Vermont for a New Year's Eve trip walked into a bar and Jake was there drinking Jack and milk? And you know else. This is a newsflash she was also chewing a little weed. In in his lip because he was pre also He had a really like he was not taking care of himself. He was working eighteen hours a day by himself pretty much, and he basically had ulcer condition and the the milk cut the check. And we'd helped his stomach. So Yeah, God is so at that point, then he was a couple of years into it already working maniacally and it sounds like there was a quick connection but you're still you're still at bartered that time I was still at Barnard and I can remember you know we're young we're in new. York City we have the world in front of us and he would come visit me and I tell my it's Oh my new boyfriend's coming and he would probably fall asleep on the couch for like eight hours straight and they'd be like Nice. So. Yeah. He was in a different phase of his life frayed but something you know really appealed to me about it. Yeah.

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"barnard" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"barnard" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"The wind speed produce a wind chill factor of something minus seventeen. Very Modern Fahrenheit to be fair but Yeah the. The Guy. And, I it's going to take Lodhi praising. Still Sitting Fresno. Got Him out before he went solely. podcast listeners can save an exclusive ten percent on John Bonds Bog raphy the perfect car. Go to the Motorsport Shop at Major Sport magazine Dot Com and use the code pod and check out. So you obviously you then went back to Macleod. To eighty seven. You had so much success. What's what happens with wrongs? It seemed like the Dream Team multi-asset. Opposite something something happened. Well, it was kind of build up mean. When we started they what we called McLaren International. That was a combination of project. Four runs team which I joined to do the carbon monocoque, or to do a formula, one car. Actually, there was no discussion of what that would look like. That was down to my. Choice of you'll all. My thinking. If you like how the one car would be, so it did the Monaco and. Mobile came along and team McLaren MAKONDE OF ON A. Downward slope. And MOBERG didn't recognize. We're going to get out of it. And we. run new John Hogan. Who is the sort of main Guy Mowbray time? And one way one thing another. Brought together project for and the old team McLaren, so there were five of us there was myself who directors five directors and the technical director. Was Myself that was wrong? That was Teddy Tyler. and. runs Palmer crichton-browne. And we started off like that. Any kind of you know having. Me Having worked for Teddy. On then coming along as technical director where? Could sort of tell him what to do technically. was slightly and a bit of a tricky situation. on Teddy was one of those guys who. Will. He was kind of a frustrated designer. You know he was. He was an intelligent guy and he'd been around racing a lot, so he eve's pretty good. Pretty good it in setting up cars with drivers and kind of making tar choices things like that. But he wasn't a designer and he wasn't actually an engineer. And But he was always trying to do that and trying to get in there, and so it ended up in that nine hundred eighty one. Where He was. Rice engineering water most of the time. Doing Teachers Chasers. And Con Oversee, wate as well. And Ted He was always trying to slit one eight and sort of. You know all you know. A trick you know, I'm not gonNA. Say kind of thing and I just. I, said Nah you know that's that's not for me, so it went on like that. and. Then we went through eighty two in much the same. Way Although the eighty two call was was pretty good car, actually with the plastic skirts and again we. Advantage to understand the plastics curse really well, we we took down to. Emission test track CAMMO through on. We got some really useful information. Of, that a long straightaway that ran over. a balance that was set in the ground. And, you could run over that so one hundred fifty mile an hour and they'd take. Pictures of the cars. It ran over so you could see exactly what was. You can measure the load? You could see what was going on with. The skirts and that tool to. To us a lot about how to use the plastic skirts so that that was quite a good. Car, good season. but then to the end of that I. was saying to run our. You know I'm not going to carry on this. Kind of Environment I. I don't want to be questioned either. Roy Wrong on kind of technically in charge in that I don't want. Somebody keeps coming. Saying what about this? What about that you know? And Ron said fine, he said Leave it to me. He said I'm with here. He said will will whatever it is together so. I think the roundabout well that this probably end of eighty-three something like eighty, three eighty four. On Dane Ron did the deal with tag on? Basically tag bought my shares. BOUGHT-OUT CRICHTON. So that left. Taganrog runners the shareholders. Hope McLaren and they bought out teddy in. Tyler So Teddy entirely disappeared from the scene and it was myself and run. and It worked well. I mean it was a very strong combination block Patrick and frank. Myself and run. And it It went on like that very successfully in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, really successful. Eighty-five we want again And then eighty-six. well I had a big meeting either a meeting with Ron just myself and Ron between the end of eighty five season and eighty six because I sold my shares on I was no longer shareholder was still a director. and doing the same as I'd always done. The power balance changed. It was imperceptible. It wasn't going to change. It wasn't supposed to change, but it does change. You know if you're a shareholder, not a shareholder. There is difference and it's hard to. Hard to put. Anything into it. It's just A. Things Yup feeling. So We carried a lot of that and nine I started getting these. Phone calls all of that's right, but at the end of eighty five I spoke to Ron about getting a getting raise. and. Stories, before eight was it was it was a case of okay? Let me think about it I'm because I I've been talking to Hogan McLaren at Marlboro. And how you should be getting. You Know X. Sort of thing. and which was basically five times more than I was getting. And Worth the question. Well, you know I'm going to raise the issue so runcie. Okay let me think about it. So I never heard any more from him on.

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"barnard" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"barnard" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"The history of my sports, the drivers of being on the front line of racing, but often that performance depends entirely on a group of engineers. And a special series, we all going to speak to the likes of Adrian. Patrick heads and Gordon Murray by what it takes to engineer the greatest drivers in the history of all sports. Also we look at some of the groundbreaking technology brought to win. But we will delve into the minds of the best drivers. The sports the see. We hope you enjoy the series engineering former one's drivers. Everyone and welcome to the might sport magazine Podcast. We've got another one today engineering Formula One's drivers series, and we are joined by John and editor at large, and thank you very much for joining us on John. Thank you so much for coming in to our humble offices the finchley right? You're most welcome now we've got. We've got lots to get through. And I'd wanted to sit of right back to the star for you because you're sort of your first job I think it was with the General Electric Company. Well. It was always a student there, actually rice, so it was a sandwich of course thing. Yeah, but it was nothing to do with motorsport. No. It wasn't no. I mean I was playing around with 'cause. All the time And I think I. Was At that time. I think I've got my DB two four that time. which are then? decided to Well actually the original last engine blew up. And Having up to price of the bits and pieces are decided the outgun other ways so. I found Chevy V8 and. Force Be Borgwarner box and shoe will not been that which was Very informative and quite yeah quick. Students have my had minis was. Just Two people you know they. They say what you know a. how old are you? Nineteen at adds to mounting and it was like well. No. No. It was Yeah, I mean I was lucky. My parents were I was only and My parents Did, a good job. Yes, you obviously then went onto Lola. Yeah, and we were talking. With Patrick, head by how much for breeding ground. Yes, Lola was. So many designers and Engineers Haute Ari broadly yeah. On yeah now that's absolutely correct. Few years ago, we had a there was a Lotta Stu up in. London in University College I think it was and. Eric was there I. Patrick was there and I was there and I said, too. I said you know. Odd never really thank you for the opportunity that you gave us and same Patrick I mean he he's the same as me. We both got opportunity through Eric. and you know the interview with Eric was sat down talked to for an hour and basically if he thought you had. The right attitude and and Basic knowledge of. Engineering knowledge thing you know. He gave the job, and and and that was it and nine months off to starting at Lola's in Slough. Then that was started in Slough. and we. He came one morning and he's you know we've got to. There's a new single seater. We knew formula that VW introducing called Super. And, how'd you like to? Do the car. What? Yeah. So that was it I I did. Looking back at that Emma sudden, we look at the landscape now and low. There's no the march isn't. It should the landscapes changed completely? Has it has changed a lot, but then you know everything's China? Look at one I mean. Gosh what a business! Now! I mean just massive totally different to when we all started. We'll I wanted to touch on the regulations and former one now and yeah a bit, but when you went to McLaren yes was that I, know you've been doing a lot of as you mentioned. There are a lot of design work. Lola was that was quite daunting. Step up for someone your age. I don't think it was daunting. It was what I wanted to do I mean Lola's had been a fantastic learning curve. And, we dealt with all sorts of stuff. I mean know we will got involved. My main thing was doing the small single SITA's. I got involved in two liter and three liter sports cars I got involved in formula five thousand cars Canam cars. We will you know did stuff on on all of them and but we didn't do was Formula One and although when I went, there was still producing indycar indy cars like the type. Forgotten the type now. On. China. Sixty six nineteen ninety minutes later than that day was yeah. I was this was seventy to your account so sixty eight Lola. Yes, something like that so on that stopped. They stopped. Stop making those, so it didn't do indeed. They didn't do Formula One. And you know like everybody fooled on top of the tree and that where you want to get to an. ICON I really can't remember how ended up at McLaren. have been a lot of inside. Communication going home but I just went one day. Having told A. Rush Brook. Said, probably on you know I, WANNA gun. Do Formula One I'm sort. GonNa tell you. Probably, GonNa leave, you know. He said on its great shame, but I understand. And then the next thing I knew I was talking to Gordon at. Team McLaren. And started A. Just winning there and started drawing the twenty three bits and. How big was the gold and copper in Georgia? How many ED design they were there was there was Gordon type coil. Rice Stoke Co.. On an me. A little bit after I was, there was a guy called Steve Harvey came, and that was it that was. Joy of his, it was just doing the one because we didn't. Well, I did I did a formula five thousand version of the M twenty three called the and twenty five, which was originally planned for I. Think it was Trojans to make as A. Customer, car. But I think they discovered that the Monaco was too complicated and would cost to knock monies. Have Mike as a customer CARSO, so they didn't didn't pursue that per we made one and. Then I, think any home touch Silverstein. With a Chevy in the back and again, you know that was I did that and I actually. Did what I think it was probably the first and probably only. Semi stress Chevy engine because I redesigned all the. Water pump casting on the front to actually mount on the back of the monocoque. Somewhat Locker formula, one, engine. And then had some. Lateral tubes below D- give strength down the bottom and bolted voted. There Chevy onto the back of the. MONOCOQUE and and. That seemed to work right but again it was. You know I I went off in a new direction which unfortunately never got. Never got the light of day, but never saw today, but it was yeah. Chevrolet experience Mr Mr Steuerle Good Stephanie. On around the Chevy Block. We'll. We'll talk about some of the drivers and. Just picking. Was He talked to Frank Dan Patrick, head and. One of the things asking is where the ideas come from. The general consensus is being actually you don't have big bright ideas. What you're doing is you're solving problems. That would you agree with that? Yeah I mean most of the time you're solving problems or In case you're looking for. Looking for a better solution, you know you've got your list of things you've got You know you want it light. You want rigid Be One to simple. Complicated things invariably. Problems associated with them..

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New York - 13-Year-Old Faces Sentencing In Tessa Majors Stabbing Death

Brian Kilmeade

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

New York - 13-Year-Old Faces Sentencing In Tessa Majors Stabbing Death

"A teen who's pleaded guilty in connection with the tests of major's murder due for sentencing today in family court suspect who is just thirteen at the time admits he helped his friends rob Tessa majors in Morningside park last December right near the Barnard campus she was stabbed to death but the teen insists he had nothing to do with that he's expected to get up to eighteen months two older teenagers are charged with murdering majors who is an eighteen year old freshman I'm certainly Kessler for seventy seven W. A. B. C.

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How Are we Going to Solve the Behavioral Health Crisis with Lisa Henderson

Outcomes Rocket

05:50 min | 1 year ago

How Are we Going to Solve the Behavioral Health Crisis with Lisa Henderson

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw Marquez's here and that I had the privilege of hosting Lisa Henderson. She is the CO founder and Chief Operating Officer at synchronous health. Her previous experience includes experience as an adjunct faculty at the Vanderbilt Cup. Periodic College chair the Southern Region at the American Counseling Association and also pass President Tennessee Counseling Association among other leadership roles. Her focus has always been on health and also mental health of communities and individuals, and with her work at synchronous health, the impact that they're making at a broader scale in. In Times of great need is just extraordinary, so I'm I'm excited to to dive into the conversation with Lisa and in the work that she and her team are are up to, but before that Lisa at one welcome you to the gas much for having me absolutely, it's a true pleasure, so you know before we dive into what you guys do. At synchronous health I want to understand better. What inspires your work in healthcare sir? So I started my career when I was planning my career and I was in Undergrad. In went straight into Grad school after that I actually got a masters in health education promotion, and so it was really focused on helping people live healthier lives and part of that research experience in that masters program was to be a health coach when police officers. It was really fine. had some great sessions where you know, I would have to kind of barter with them. So if I wanted the person who was leading the SWAT team, his stress levels were incredibly high humans and sleeping well and so I wanted him to do yoga in order for him to agree to do Yoga I had to meet him at the shooting range and. Learn how to shoot a pissed off, so you know being able to kind of meet people where they are and help them learn. New Skills was really fun, but the same time. It was so clear to me that. Those officers were living with so much more than just obesity and trouble sleeping. They were living with anxiety and depression and worry and guilt and. All the things that humans experience and it was just kind of sitting there and my training as a health coach really didn't give me the tools to address those things so I went back to school, and got a masters in counseling, so that I could get into those deeper sorts of issues with folks, and it's been just so rewarding percents to be able to kind of take both sides of health What are you doing on the behavioral side? In terms of lifestyle choices and out. Adherent to your treatment plans in taking your medication and things like that, but also why in what? What is the underlying factor of? Depression or anxiety or family conflict? Are you know other things going on that lead to the decisions that affect your health? Yeah so cool, so you got this this masters in public health education and you said this doesn't really do it i. want to dig deeper help. These people more their stressed. There's there's a lot here and you went to go. Get Your Masters and mental health, and it unlocked a lot of things and you know I. It looks and sounds like you did the right thing lease I mean now you're you're you're part of this this really unique company addressing a lot of these issues at scale. Tell me about how it happened and and folks Leeson. We're having some fun connecting before the podcast that I shared my story with their vow had a couple offers the people wanting to buy outcomes rocket before it was, it was it was a business profitable business and the pressures that I got at home, saying no to those offers. Lisa I. WanNa Hear Your Story. We were saving it here for for us to share it with the listeners to tell me how synchronous help happened and and what exactly you guys are doing. The add value to the healthcare ecosystem sure. So similar to your experience, so one of my co are three of us. Co Founders of synchronised Health Katie, Moore. Guy Barnard, Myself Katie and I are both mental health. Clinicians report together for about ten years and several years ago, we started a treatment center and the first sort of level of programming that we provided as. Intensive outpatient, so we had people with us in our services in our program for nine hours a week and we would have them for. One to four months, and even folks who had been with us for nine hours a week would still come in and say I forgot or I was too stressed or I was triggered to use the skills that we're learning while we're here and then have them show up when I meet them in real life, and so we were thinking okay. They don't need clinical criteria for a higher level of care. We're. We're not seeing the improvement that we WANNA see. We could keep doing more of the everything we were doing. Was Evidence based and supported by research? So it's not like you know what we were doing was in any way deficient. It just wasn't heading them at the right time and place when they really needed it,

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Kaylin Marcotte, founder and CEO of JIGGY

Dell Technologies Podference

04:12 min | 1 year ago

Kaylin Marcotte, founder and CEO of JIGGY

"To a special bonus episode of skimmed from the couch for small business. Week we have a small business founder with us kaelin marco who is the founder and ceo of jigsaw puzzles. She was also our first employees here at the skin. So we are so so excited for this very special episode today kaelin. It is great to talk to you about everything including gygi. We are so proud of you. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you guys. I'm so happy to be here. It is certainly surreal but very excited to be just to kind of level set before japan so we started the skin. Twenty twelve week took in our first funding in the end of two thousand thirteen. So employees started january of two thousand fourteen and in like november kaelin emailed us called amounts that she was a consultant lever talk through her background but she loved the scam and wanted to join us and to know what that would look like and so we met her for coffee at our favorite cafe and we hired her before we had an office before we haven't seen and had no idea what her role would really be or what it would become but she was employee number one. So this is a very very full circle moment for us. So caitlin we're gonna start our interview the way we do all of them. Which is kim your resume for us. I moved to new york from california. Where i'm from to go to barnard college. I studied political science and then my first job was management consulting. I was hired into of these two year rotation all kind of entry level programs about a year and a half into that. I sent a cold email to my favorite newsletter. And you know wasn't quite sure where it would go but wanted to shoot my shot and a week later. We sat down at cafe clooney. And i walked away from that and it was like there is no world in which i'm not a part of this and hopped on board. Join you guys as your employees next three and a half years crazy amazing wild ride rings get bassedas and social amazing experience. That left and spent some time abroad moved to london. I'm started consulting on my own. Such gone freelance projects working with startups and a media. Company is my sister. And i started an organization around single use. Plastic consumptions called project. Plastic is icy k. And it was essentially like whole thirty for classic use so a thirty day curriculum to go plastic free and then i started working on gigi at the same time and launched last year. November twenty nineteen. We love jackie. And we are so proud of you as you talk through this skim. What gygi s yes. So gigi we say we make puzzles worth framing. The idea for it started in my scam days. It was just also around the same time that head space came out. There was starting to be a conversation around. Mindfulness and meditation. And i was looking for what that meant to be in kind of just a way to unwind at the end of the work day and is are doing jigsaw puzzles and found them relaxing and stress relieving. They got me away from my phone and computer. So i fell in love with puzzles. Twenty fifteen but the ones out there were just like thomas kincaid or puppies in a basket and cottage scenes and just really uninspiring our choices. So the idea kind of planted then of elevating and reinventing the puzzle. And then i started really working on it. I wanted to feature the work of emerging artists and help support their work so started creating in licensing are emerging female artists around the world they get a percentage of every sale wanted to reinvent the packaging and presentation and also saw four. What do you do with the puzzle once you're done with it so each gigi comes with puzzle glue and an applicator. So when you're done if you want to keep it and turn it into real real art

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"barnard" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"barnard" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Ya So I was in DC last week for because cool event you everywhere. Just spreading Zeke and were planes. Because I'm on a whole foods plant based Diet. I didn't get sick. The last ten flights have taken in that used to happen a lot in in in my life. So I'm on a roll so I'm getting on one next week. I hope I didn't just jinxed myself But something is just crazy extraordinary. That's going to happen this year and why I was in. Dc Was a press conference for what I'm going to tell you about Earth Day network and the Yale Program on climate change. hosted a panel discussion last week which released new research on a report that is titled Climate Change in the American Diet which was commissioned by Earth Day network And the exciting aspect is is that for the first time in forty nine years Earth Day is going to bring into the conversation the pressure and the toll that animal and the standard American Diet. The food eat every day And how that is affecting what is happening to our climate so for forty years this has never been a conversation right. It was mostly surrounding fossil fuels Etc and they are bringing that conversation in so. This is the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day. It's going to be celebrated on the DC mall in front of about six hundred thousand people. the celebration is on the twenty fifth earth days. Actually the twenty second which will be a climate march in DC. That's a Wednesday but Saturday's the big celebration the big party where you know Metallica's plane and ferrall and Billy Irish and all of those and so This is just a groundbreaking moment moment for for our movement and for what we and especially you because you have been working so hard and so diligently in so passionately for so long about the connection between the Food. That's on our plate and and the climate congratulations. Because I know switch for good Dadzie of which you are executive director and founder. You have worked really hard to get this on the agenda really hard. We're GONNA have a exciting Moment onstage on on Earth Day keep asking if we can go right before metallica. So we'll see if they put us in the lineup as I'm hoping but it's athletes in its broadcasts commercials dancers. Well goodness I hope not. That's a good idea for athletes. We're going to have to do it another way. Find some other way. That will not be a good idea. Okay tune in to see what you do on that big stage with those athletes. We're GONNA make it happen but So exciting right as the guest. We are going. We are talking about a book that has just released on hormones hormones hormones. Everyone's talking about them. All the time I know I am males females. Whatever it is and It released February fourth. So here we go. We have a return guest today. Yes Neil Dr Neal. Barnard was on episode twenty two. So please listen to that before even diving in if you want or listen to it after because you can we learn about Dr Barna. I think talked about Dr. Brian is smoking and is is rock and roll. Listen to that. 'cause 'cause we're not going to go into all that today because we're talking about hormones all the time to take up the hour So Today Yeah. He's talking about hormone specifically the ones we eat or don't eat and his brand new book is called your body and balanced the new science of food hormones and health and both you and I read it and it was incredible very eye opening. It explains the relationship between hormones and health and how we can heal a host of issues from acne to infertility to obesity simply by switching up our diets. Dr Barnard is the author of twenty books. He's the founder of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. And he's a practicing researcher physician and professor so we listen when he gives advice. That is for sure right man so many other people he is coming to us from Miami actually So thank you from his hotel room Miami. Hi Dr Bernard. Welcome to the show. It's great to be back with you. It's great to see you. I need that wasn't your crm off as I He's on the road again before we dive in and spend an hour on on hormones There was a a paper report that was just released by Professor Walter Willett. That helped us to dive deeper to to understand why milk does not do a body good and you sent it to me and I've been going back and forth your medical director As well Dr James loomis helping me to understand all the intricacies of it but I would love to hear from you just maybe your top kind of two or three findings and you know what what Walter Willard summarized in the report As to the main issues involving human beings Drinking breast milk from a cow it was absolutely groundbreaking because the New England Journal Medicine is the biggest journal in the universe and they gave this enormous number of column inches to it was actually Walter Willett who is at Harvard and also David Bud wig also at Harvard and the two of them wrote one of the most comprehensive reviews. I've ever seen in any medical journal all about milk and they came down really. I think very clearly saying you don't need it. They made a very strong case that nobody needs it but they went further. And they said it's really quite clear than milk increases the risk of prostate cancer in men. And they went they. They talked about many Different health issues and one of the ones that they zeroed in on was fractures because as they pointed out Protecting your bones is sort of the big selling point for for consuming. No and they really just disputed they said it doesn't protect your bones at all if anything it might do the reverse. It might increase the risk of fracture. So anyhow take to have this come out in a really very clear way from some of the most prominent scientists in the world on who are very very well respected and to be in the most respected journal there is i. I thought it really is just a signal that things are changing and DOT C. I have to say it. You could have written this. It was exactly what you would have said And it came out of the fun of these of these leading medical experts yet it was. It was really fantastic as you know We have a report coming out in June that his is Is Upwards of forty pages. Now that Doesn't it a little bit of a different way but is also obviously completely based on on on facts in research but also kind of a a helping the public to better understand why this information Of Milk does a body. Good has been inundated For so long in the history of the understanding of the advertising industry so people can also get okay yes. It's not good but why was I told something different? My whole life really more for the. This is really more a report for everyday folks right. That is not going to be Too in the weeds. We'll have all the references but not too in the weeds so that you know just every day people can pick this up and go okay. I get it now I can. I can understand. What can you explain? Actually why milk which has calcium in it is actually could be bad for our bones because people would say you know you can tell them. Milk doesn't isn't good for the bones but they think oh but wait there's calcium so and so that's not. That might not be very convincing when I tell them that they need to. The first thing that should be said is the researchers simply look. It doesn't protect your bones or not because looking people are breaking bones. The same as much as people who don't drink milk gotta kind of abandoned in Syria and and that's been pretty clear and so then there as your your questions which is why why's will good. It does have calcium in. It does house at least some vitamin D in Weiser problem and so here people are. I are trying to understand that. Part of the reason is that although there is calcium in it the vast majority of that calcium is not absorbed by the body in research studies at buries a little bit. But it's about sixty eight percent of the calcium just isn't absorbed it just goes right down with a waste into the toilet So that's number one. Yes calcium there. But you don't get most of it Secondly the vitamin D is not natural to the mill for the most part. It's it's added to its its fortified and in fact. They act the authors. Will it in one way in the New England? Journal made the point that if you want vitamin D supplement it. You can supplement a much cheaper than adding to milk and buying the mill So he made a case against that. Some people have speculated that the dairy protein is in mill may also aggravate the fracture risk of Bruno's but for whatever reason it does not A. It doesn't help be it might hurt with regard to us with regard to prostate cancer. It's an interesting thing. Because as you know milk's fighting call it that is to make a calf grow. And in a camps bonding after the calf drinks mill. The CAVS body makes more I G ONE INSULIN like growth factor number one and that helps the Catholic row badly. So let's say I take a fifty five year old banner women and I feed them out and you take a blood sample and you find more one in their blood as well. So take a test. To and mix that one with prostate cancer cells. They grow like crazy on. It's a growth factor. You can mix them with breast cancer cells. The same story so milt a row. But you don't necessarily want things to grow in your body and so anyway on. All all of these are are really. I think singing the death. Now of this Old Dairy Science in the nineteen fifties where you can try to make a case that it does. The body dreaded is really the reverse. Let's turn to your book. Why did you write this book? Your body and balance about hormones. What was the inspiration for it? People really don't understand this at all and I thought it was important that they do because hormones control everything in your body or maiden in Oregon and they go to other organs and they control everything about you and we now know if control your hormones you control far more aspects of your health and you thought uh people and Moods. Allow you to do that. So I'm speaking of the ovaries may make estrogen. And that will go towards reproductive organs affect them or testosterone Is made in a man's testes. It goes to his brain and makes him want to run for president. Just getting the thyroid gland derailing. It makes Siro hormone that goes to your body and gives you energy Your your pancreas makes insulin..

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12:17 min | 1 year ago

"barnard" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"List whereas like an avocado is going to be something. That's going to be a little bit more safe. It's conventionally ground around right exactly and by the way if you cannot get organic This that does not mean you should not eat vegetables If inorganic inorganic vegetables are the only ones you can get if if the ASPARAGUS. They're just happens to be organic. It beats the heck out of spam one of the things. I have a hard time wrapping my head around is it is and I've heard you talk about this her. Dr Michael Gregor and called El Sistema. Talk about this is is the benefits of frozen fruits and vegetables. Because they're I guess because they're frozen shortly after being picked somehow that locks in the nutrient value of them but to me it. Just this seems like weird to buy frozen vegetables and fruit that are in plastic bags as opposed to. If you can't get organic or you know I don't now if that's not available to you what what are your thoughts on that I I I agree that that getting if if something is frozen shortly after harvest harvest that it it may retain better nutrition compared to something that was picked a long time before you're gonNA that's GonNa use it distribution cycle before it candy now now. Some things aren't gonNA disappear If you get some some Greens and I don't care how old they are or whether or not the calcium in them is not going away. The iron them. mm-hmm is not going away. Those are elements and they don't degrade What does degrade is Some of the antioxidants like vitamin C.. It's fragile and it will degrade over time the other thing for me. I'm at home for a day and a half and then I'm gone again so I find it handy to have frozen Broccoli right in the ground on Kale in your in your in your pantry. I find it handy for that and you can get frozen things that are organic and so it works fine Talk to me about citric acid. This is news to me. Yeah this is news to me to citric. Acid is something that you would think. Sit well first of all. It's in everything. Yeah that's the thing it's it's everywhere it's it. Well it gives it a little tangy flavor and you think that comes out of a lemon or something like that. What it does is it comes out of fungi in China? it's Um It's genetically engineered product And most of it comes from Chinese factories and it's believed to be potentially toxic we first started to notice this. I was doing migraine studies and this isn't funny but it just blew me away There there were people in our our studies who said it's citric acid. And now they have. They have a soda sick. It triggers the migraine that that cannot be eighty because we imagine it coming from Florida comes from a line so it doesn't it's This weird Oh the issue here is that there are citric acid in it but it's contaminated needed with mushrooms that are used as part of the genetic yes part of the the the GM production of it and so the the belief is that. That's what you're reacting to hunt so then you decide. Well I don't know if it's healthy or not. I'm going to try to avoid it and then you will be blown away by. The fact is in everything So anyway stay stay tuned. I think we're going to learn more about that right. So so Miami Miami but walk me through like what is it do. Do we know what it's doing. I mean what. What is the hormonal dysregulation? That's being caused by ingesting this on with with regard to migraine. We don't know exactly What we've D- migraines used to be thought to be related to the Circulation of the brain will change rapidly. That the blood. This is completely naive. But the blood vessels tighten up and then they relax and you get this terrible heading. We now know that has nothing to do. That's not the whole story of it's part of the story at all. We now believe it has to do with perhaps changes in the electrical function of the brain. The deportation the brain and and our question is whether citric acid is tinkering with that Mechanism who knows. Stay tuned but there's no need for it in the Diet just in the same ways there's no need for BPA and your soup I think some of these some of these chemicals will probably get a not guilty verdict others will be but I think it's good to be on the side to air on the side of caution One of the things I think should be said. There are some people who are worried about chemicals else so much that they think that if they just have a stake that doesn't have chemicals or the cheese that doesn't have some added chemical. That must be. Okay okay reality check The animal products are bad for your weather. They have added chemicals or not. And then the sprinkling of additional chemicals locals that that aggravates the problem well if they're feeding on. GMO crops all day and and feed that has you know been grown and fertilized fertilized soil than even though they may not be enforced sort of yes injected with hormones. They're still all of vehicle for that. There's that but but yes and I agree with you completely. But there's one other thing beyond that and that's us cows a machine a pig machine if we start with let's say we start with soybeans and I can take those soybeans and I can grind them up and make soya milk and I drink them And personally that's that's processed. You took the soybean factory the factory ground up and put them in a carton. I could take the same soybeans and put them in a trough and they let a cow eat them and the cow eats them and it goes down the cows August gets into cow's intestinal track which processes in its own way and then it turns it into milk and so- milk ends up in the cow's utter this is a machine producing this milky Goo with estrogens added and cholesterol and fat and other things lactose sugar and then it comes out and then you eat that my point is we recognize a factory as a machine. The cow is a machine in her own right to and I don't mean to be disrespectful to cows but the most processed food you'd of all is is dairy and is meet You take a a check and or a a chicken and you feed the chicken grains and whatever and then the chicken lays an egg and whatever was in that grain ends up getting dramatically changed into feathers others and and beaks and liver and all kinds of stuff and then my point being animal animal's in fact I get it. Ah You know. Fish are great example of of how they can consolidate and condense the toxins that are in our ocean and then store them in their bodies. He's and deliver them to human beings when they eat them in these toxic forms because they're so consolidated dairies the same way that that toxins oxen's tend to get into dairy into milk and the same thing tragically happens in a woman's body. She's been eating lots of chemicals. It will end up in her breast milk and her first child is. He's GonNa get a big load of chemicals that she has stored up over the years. Yeah what was the most surprising thing that you discovered learned writing this book. How many people you are struck by these problems and how quickly they get better Linzie Nixon Who maybe recipes and she did the recipes in the book and she's a genius in the kitchen? She does such a wonderful job and and working with Lindsay was just super and she has books of her own. That people should pick up. So anyhow I call up Lindsey I said I want to work with you. Let's do some recipes great-great-great great great. So we did that. She's she said by the way I'm one of your rim examples. I couldn't get out of bed. I had all kinds of Mental symptoms eventual pain. When I went completely plant based totally Vegan I improved dramatically and just hearing so many people who have had these issues and then so many other people who have the same issues now but never tried to put it to work to put a healthier diet to work so my message? Is this weather. Other Person Tries your body in balance reads it and tries it or they just decided in their own way to get the animals off their plate to have his healthier diet as possible. So many people find that for the first time in years they're gonNA feel good But my goal is a little bit bigger than that. My goal is if we don't do this. Your kids are GonNa grow up thinking it's normal to gain weight it's normal feel rotten. It's on medication when you're thirty it's normal to be in poor for health and if I just give you that form and prescription for your diabetes and synthroid prescription for your thyroid issues. I'm not helping anybody other than you if we can change the way the family eats. You're affecting everybody together. I think that's a good place to end it but I do have one more question for you. What is this study? That hasn't been done yet that you would like to see be done. That could really help reveal certain truths that were aiming out right now. I think I think we need to do more cancer studies and there was a real tragedy down a a few years ago. This is really bad. The women's healthy eating and living study brought in a group of women more than three thousand women who had breast cancer and they randomized randomly. Assign them to two groups. oops one group got five day vegetables and fruits and that was supposed to be the normal group note. No change because everybody's five vegetables and fruits a day the control control or the experimental group was eight day plus juices and then as time went on they found that when they looked at who lived and who died of of their breast cancer. The all the women had to start with and then some of them went five day somewhat aided and at the end of several years they found that it didn't seem to matter a whole lot which group he ran and And the researchers said. Well I guess the Diet Change doesn't really help. Wait wait wait. You've you've got women who all have had breast cancer. They volunteered actress. Study where you told them. We're testing with vegetables and fruits too and they weren't eating five day before none of them were and you're telling them to ramp up their vegetables and fruits and you just go. I think it's reasonable to say that five arrayed who cares but add to your diet is really important in the study had a lot of benefits from both Dia Change and exercise even in the control control group that were good but because here's the tragedy because the group wasn't dramatically better than the five day in their survival a lot of cancer researchers started earth thinking. Let's forget it. Let's not look at food. Let's go back to drugs of various kinds and the desire that women with breast cancer have that men with prostate cancer. Have that that that families have if if somebody's attacked by one of these conditions their their desire to get healthy so strong that we can put that to work and rather than using people as recipients of prescriptions. Even though we may need those sometimes let's instead work with people as partners to help them to put the the best fuel in their body and see if we can get better and I want to see an investment in that kind of research that is bigger than than we've had in the past. Yeah thank you for coming in talking to me. Thank you rich for all you do. I have to say people. Listen to to what you've said and you'll never know how many people you inform and intrigue and Inspire Fire On any given day a doctor might see twenty patients twenty two patients to help some of them at any given day. You see a whole lot more than that. I don't I don't see them. Don't let's see the day states. They might be hearing it. They see you yeah you you'll never know how many people you have touched their lives but it's huge and I I appreciate your shit that well you have the the exam room podcast now. So you've your tone of this world a little bit right. We're we're learning from your example so check that out. The new book is called Your Body and balance silence hits bookstores everywhere February fourth February fourth. Please check it out. You can learn more about Neil in our previous to podcasts. Link those up in the show notes or you.

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"barnard" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

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12:40 min | 1 year ago

"barnard" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So I'm guessing it could be more inflammatory Tori conditions that If you look at Acne it's just little inflammations all up and down and a number of people have found that when they follow a healthy not plant based diet it goes away now. I WanNa stay tuned on this. Because I. We'll see some people where they go on a Vegan Diet and especially getting away from their skin just clears up. Miraculously I've seen some other people who say they feel that for them it's salt or oils or other things so I think it's good to be open to different things contributing to to these. He's but it's quite clear that it's it's a response to something in the Diet for many people. The the case study using the book as Nina and Randa they wrote their own book they did basically teenage girls mutual friends of ours And the acne that that they had was pretty severe. You're right and the reversal was was profound. They were miserable with it. And I mean any kid is self conscious but they were also performers musicians and if you yeah we're not gonNA have a good stage presence but for them it was the the answer was Vegan and blow fat so they they scrupulously got rid of the fats and that seemed to help them enormously. Thomas Louis So what can you say. I encourage people to just put it to work and try it out because when you look at cultures that haven't have not Westernized. They're very few left but they did not seem to have much acne until the cheeseburgers and right because shows up one of the things that that I've been struggling with lately is is sleep like I've been traveling a lot I'm waking up in different places all all the time. I'm on the move and my sleep. Despite best efforts in this crazy routine that I have to ensure a restful night is becoming more and more elusive And I know that it has to be related to my hormonal health. Or something being out of whack. So what what have you learned about. Not only the importance of sleep but how lifestyle and diet impact sleep and what's going on kind kind of hormonally with that. There's a bunch of things going on let me start And I'm not GonNa talk about you. I'm GonNa talk about other other other folks because some of this won't apply to you First of all people are having all kinds of trouble sleeping You are not alone but for anybody else. I'M GONNA say Number One starve caffeine and look at that because Even if all you have is a cup of coffee in the morning different people eliminate caffeine at different rates and for a lot of people about a quarter cup of coffee is still circulating in your brain gene at nine o'clock at night and so it doesn't mean you can't sleep. What it means is your sleep will be lighter? And it'll be more easily disrupted and then number two is alcohol A lot lot of people will unwind with a glass of wine and that will make them fall asleep. But in the middle of the night your liver transforms alcohol into something else called L. All to hide SNL to hide. And it's a stimulant and so four o'clock in the morning you'll wake up and it's kind of deriving the brain rain and it's a certain kind of awaking it's not that beautiful isn't the early morning hours. Isn't this wonderful. It's this kind of creepy feeling of having poisoned in your system and the more a person the drinks the more this happens so those are just things I would recommend anybody else to think about but Physical activity is is really important. None of this relates to you it because your voice does drink caffeine in the morning. I have a cup of coffee right here because now is that thing where it's like. I didn't sleep well. Last night deals comment on my game. Name thank you. That's so nice. Yeah physical activities. I mean there's some people were all day long. All they do is this there. We're GONNA thumbs on their their hand held and get no no exercise their reading a book and then they close it and try to sleep there. If your muscles are tired they demand sleep. Asleep is not just for your brain. It's for your muscles to allow you to stop movie. You're supposed to just be turned off and let's repair So if a person has not had physical activity hi encourage them to do some some squats and push up something to just strain your muscles a little bit before you go to sleep and you'll find it helps The next thing and this will sound completely Kuku but bear with me If you look at your dog your cat it's getting toward evening. And they stretch stretch out their leg and do a big yawn and then they curl up and go to sleep and you look at your child. Does this guy exactly the same thing. Go through all this thing. You're stretching a young they do this kind of Preparatory thanks for going to sleep. I don't know why it works but as adults what do we do. We're watching TV We click it off and we put her down. We go through that so when nobody is watching. If you're having trouble sleeping when nobody is watching do this a half hour before your sleep. Time stretch out your arms in a huge stretch and the open your mouth and make a big yawn it will be totally fake. It won't be real but you're just doing going through the motions. Do that four times and it will become real and you will notice that for some reason it turned on the sleep mechanism. But now I know that sounds Kuku but try it you'll see And the last thing let's talk about neural hormones and the brain neurotransmitters One of these is called Serotonin and Syrah tone is involved in mood. It's involved in sleep If a person eats a lot of protein gene of any source it prevents Serotonin from getting to work. And so you'll find that you have more trouble sleeping. And this is why people apple discovered on their own that if they're having kind of carb heavy meal in the dinner they sleep better so if I had pasta I have rice but I'm not having super high protein things things I sleep better. And the reason is that a high carbohydrate diet allows serotonin to become active in the brain and improves sleep yet. Induces that Food Comma Ma basically. Yes well it is is all the blood going to your digestive system. Is it not and Partly but but you know the some of the food coma coma is a different thing when people talk about Say The post Thanksgiving Dinner Food Coma. That's not that is not from the the trip to fan in the Turkey creating tone and that's because 'cause they eat all that grease that got into your blood and their blood is now so viscous their their brain can barely be oxygenated that that's really that food coma. But but ah let's say you wake up in the middle of the nights to in the morning Go to the fridge and just pull out some bread and have a couple of slices of just plain bread. Lie Down and the Serotonin will just performed and you'll does right back to sleep. How dare you suggest we? I think I think bread is a beats the heck out of sleeping pills. Well let's talk in any kind of carbohydrate. We'll do we'll do the same. Let's talk about grains grains have been demonized There's this idea out there that we should be removing all grains from our diet and eating this low car protocol. So what say you I say nonsense First of all if you look at the the populations around the around the world live the longest the blue zones where this comes from Dan mutineers great work where he they marked in blue all the places on the map where people lived along longtime their dietary staples are never meet not even fish. It's always some kind of grain product Legumes and so forth talking about Okinawa. Costa Rica Loma Linda. California the let's Vegans and then if you look even further back we are not carnivores. We are great apes along with chimpanzees Gorillas Orangutans Bonobos. They are not eating ice cream They're not eating pork chops. They don't eat meat at all with rare exceptions They're either eat phenomenal amounts of fruit That's a big thing. And they'll leaves. And so forth. So we are designed in my view to be herbivores now the fact that people can lose his way to Cuba. KETOGENIC diet is simply a sign that you carbohydrates are a lot of what we eat. If you take all that away you are going to lose weight. Take away anything. You're more likely to lose weight. But it's not a healthy way to do it We touched on mood a little bit ago but I think it's worth diving a little bit deeper into depression because we are mired in a bit of a mental health crisis. Depression rates are through the roof. And there's lots of ideas ideas around what's generating this Loss of connection and community. And you know our addiction to our devices and our sedentary lifestyles etc.. But what what does it look like from a hormonal perspective First of all. It should be said that. Why while it's true that stresses can can work on our our brains there? There's no question about it and life is stressful for lots of people But depression is not just something psychological goal where my feelings were hurt. Or I've had a law since I'm miserable Depression can be just flat out physical and we learned this Decades ago go with a drug called researching it's an anti Anti hypertensive drugs to lower blood pressure and people were put on this drug. Their blood pressure does your came down but their moods which sometimes is collapse. And what's that about. Well it turns out that the the compounds that affect but pressure like norepinephrine for example will also affect mood and you take them away. It's just like letting the air out of your tires so that led has to think all right if it's not just life events but it also can have something to do with physical things. Well what am I getting myself with more than anything else that you don't see yourself with food and one of the most shocking Research Studies came out of Scandinavia. Where they looked at women who had postpartum psychosis this is? This is an off the scale serious mental problem. The woman has given birth to three days later. She starts to become delusional. She's hallucinating listening for her. Brain is just unplugged Very very serious condition and the researchers discovered through blood tests that the women had what are called KS as orphans in their blood. KSM orphans come from milk products And we've identified them in if a woman eats cheese or milk the casing protein breaks down to release these morphine like compounds that attached to the brain and can cause a variety of effects in in this case. It was the women's own breast milk that they had given birth thereby started making breast milk. And some of it was leaking into their blood Breaking breaking down to release Keizo. Morphine poisoning their brains and caused him to be wildly. While the psychotic so take message here is not. Don't give birth earth on the the message here is is that Kaysone. morphines are serious business so I just described a really off the scale bizarre situation. What about the person who's just dosing themselves with these things a little bit every day? Two or three dairy servings there are some more F- in milk when milk into cheese. He's there's a lot more of them and if you look at the rise in cheese consumption over decades its parallels the rise in obesity the rise in mental health issues and all kinds of other things. I'm not saying there aren't other contributors. There are but I have been struck by the fact that people are eating. Foods is that frankly cheeses loaded with saturated fat so slows you down. It's going to interfere with your athletic ability because you your your muscles. Just can't oxygen nate. If you've got Bassolino in your blood but the chemicals in it can affect the brain directly have there been studies that have directly looked at The implications occasions of certain types of foods on levels of depression. Yes I'm there have been not enough but there have been studies that started out as observational studies. He's looking at the kind of gyco trial where we brought in people for other reasons than just their moods get better researchers have brought in people specifically looking at their mood and found that if you compare percent on a Vegan Diet a person on a Pesky -Tarian Diet a person on a amoy-based the vegans tend to have lower levels. It's up to pressure and lower levels anxiety they're still all kinds of reasons to be miserable Particularly if you're Vegan every five seconds someone is GonNa say. Where do you get your protein?.

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"barnard" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

12:26 min | 1 year ago

"barnard" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Critical eye and and also look for consistency of findings. If somebody tells you vegetables are not good for you or you know an apple is going to hurt. You means whatever I mean. There's certain common sense wants things that we know and the scientific studies are so clear so uniform from observational studies to randomized clinical trials. And everything that a plant based Diet it is a healthy the closer you get to an entirely plant based at the better off. You're getting Well here we are. You're on the precipice of releasing. It's like you're Fifteenth Book Right. You're a busy guy which is amazing so explain to me? What drew drew your attention to hormonal health? And why you've chosen to put a lens on this. At this time rich I stumbled into this completely by accident. Because we think about food is affecting in your weight or your cholesterol but I was sitting at my desk Monday and my phone rang and it was young woman who said Dr Bernard I can't get out of bed. What's the problem and many women have some menstrual pain? But for maybe one in ten or so it's off. The scale cannot function for a day or two days and this was her. She said my mother told me I should call you and you can help and so I said well I can give you some painkillers for a couple of days but I started to think about what are what are cramps And Menstrual cramps to put it simply are the lining of the uterus is being thickened up every month in anticipation of pregnancy. Let's see and it's hormones. It's estrogen does that. And if you have extra estrogen female sex hormone that uterine lining thickens up a whole lot more and at the end of the month It all is disintegrates in menstrual flow but as it disintegrates that thick lining releases prostate glands. That caused cramping so. She's telling your symptoms. I thought wait a minute. I wonder if you've got too much estrogen in your blood. Somehow and IT R- ran through my mind that I remembered from physiology one on one that your deliver has a way of removing estrogen. It takes it out of the blood your liver filters your blood pulls it out and sends it down through the bile duct into the intestinal tract. And as long as there's plenty of fiber and your intestine it just flush all that estrogen away the excess if there's not fiber in your digestive tract because you ate Velveeta for lunch then those estrogens go back into circulation and your your Estrogen levels as do I so I said to her. How about this? Let's try and experimental give you painkillers for a couple of days. But for the next month would you like to try a diet that might might help. No animal products keep oils really really low foods as natural as possible. Four weeks slater. She called me back and said this is astounding. My period came zero symptoms. Nothing and then in the months that followed same story but then she she loosened up her diet. A little bit pain came back so I thought okay. That's one person so I I connected with our friends at Georgetown University Department of Obstetrics Metrics in gynecology. And we did a research study we brought in a large group of women. They all had moderate to severe pain every month. We split them into a placebo group effectively and a Vegan group and it works on the first thing they noticed is that pms was was Bloating and water attention cut way down and then mood changes that they had been bothered by were reduced and then when we track their pain. It was fewer days and less noticeably less intensity so I thought okay. That's that's really important. But but Richard in the course of this study. We told all the women. Please don't take any hormonal preparations in the course of the study. 'cause it's going to goof up our results and that includes birth control pills so if you're sexually active please use some other method head because we don't want the hormones to To interfere one of the women said. Don't worry about me. My husband and I gave up trying to have a baby years ago as not him. We protested it's me I don't really she she. She just was not releasing eggs on any kind of predictable basis the second month that she was on the Vegan Diet she came in and said. Dr Bernard I've got bad news and I've got good news. Said what is it when leaving your study because because I am pregnant she was pregnant and about eight years later. I was giving a lecture in different cities and I didn't realize she had moved. She came to my lecture and told me about her three kids kids What I'm saying is that hormones affect pain? They affect fertility the effect hormone related cancers like breast cancer prostate cancer So many things and everybody is rolling these dials on their hormone levels by the food choices they make every day without having any conception of what is what is happening so the reason I wrote your body in balance is I thought well. Let's get your body in Balance Because all of these things make people miserable In some some cases they just make you miserable in other cases like hormone related cancers. They can kill you. So let's get this information out there. And yes if people want to buy prescription drugs fair fair enough if you need to have a hysterectomy for endometriosis maybe but if we can if we can just change your lunch and dinner and and do it like that. Let's do that. Yeah I mean those are some pretty dramatic results so walk me through the first example that you gave was the impact of of increasing fiber into that person's Diet but the study that you conduct it was going at full Vegan so those are two different things. So let's maybe talk about just nutrition in general and its impact on hormonal health and kind of differentiate between those two things. Okay The reason that we went full on beacon is I gave you one example that fiber but it's not all there there is to it. This whole area started being studied. Oh twenty years ago Maybe more for for cancer patient's breast cancer. Patients have one thing on their mind. Which is I? Don't my cancer to recur. And so researchers have looked at dietary eighteen changes that reduce estrogens for cancer patients and they found two things. The first is fiber at which I mentioned earlier. A high fiber Diet fleshes these estrogens away quite literally but the other thing is fat animal fat and even oils vegetable oils for recent that. I don't know the mechanism. We haven't figured get it out if if I take a group of women and put them on a fatty diet their estrogen levels rise. And you can do both together. You could say high fiber low fat high fat fat low fiber and you could see estrogen going up and down and up and down very rapidly so we thought okay. I don't want any animal fat your diet at all. I mean Vegan but we went a step further author and kept oil's low so what that means is that everything. You're eating has fiber everything you're eating from plant. There's nothing in your diet. That's not a plant and so you're getting abundant fiber very little fat and we thought that would work the best. It does right so high fiber low fat fat hope basically whole foods plant based Diet and over the course of this book you kind of go through a whole battery of different mm-hmm maladies that I think are really Affecting so many people right now. I mean breast cancer. There's like one out of eight women or something like prostate. Cancer is one out of every nine men. Infertility rates are insanely high right. Now there's lots of opinions about what's contributing to that that Beyond Hormonal Health Waking Thyroid Moods hot flashes you know endometriosis which you mentioned menopause acne acne fibroids like the whole the whole thing right so you make this decision to divide this book up into basically a couple of different categories. The first is related to sex sex hormones and fertility and ovulation the next relates to metabolism and mood. So why don't we just go through it. I mean talking a little bit about sex hormones right now But this fertility thing is super interesting I mean I know I'm sure you know you know tons of couples that are having trouble conceiving and ivf the like are you know things that you're just hearing about more and more and more all the time and I think they're variety of could contributors and some may have nothing to do with diet that's possible or they may have to chemicals you're being exposed to without being aware of it But Diet is is a big part of it. One of the obvious things is is that People are gaining more weight than they used to. And they're gaining weight earlier We see a lot of kids where childhood obesity has become a thing. And if you look at when and at what wait is your fertility the best. It's actually not when you're a little bit overweight person I think. Wow how if I'm overweight. That's going to be helpful in somebody The when fertility for women is at its highest. It's on the thin side of normal With you don't WanNa be overly Vinh. That's not good. But you definitely don't want to be overweight. Fertility is impaired. And why would that be because fat cells are not just little lifeless bags of calories. They are hormone factories. And this is also true in men if you go to the beach see overweight men with their shirts off and they've got some breast development and that is because as they've gained weight their own body fat is making estrogens causing breast tissue formation So in a woman You need a certain amount of estrogen. You don't need a huge boatload because that'll interfere with reality and then there's a dairy connection which completely blew me away The dairy in this case. It's not the it's there are hormone in dairy. Dairy is as you know the estrogen dairy. And that's probably part of it. But the sugar in dairy products lactose breaks down in your body to release go lactose breakdown product and that's to the ovaries. It's linked to ovarian cancer it's linked to infertility Tilleke and the most amazing thing. If you look at countries that have the least dairy intake they tend to have a pretty good preservation of artillery in a woman. Who's from her late twenties to early Thirties Increase she's GONNA tend to maintain fertility you go to a place like the United States where where people consume a lot of dairy. There's this enormous drop infertility between the late twenties in the late thirties. And it goes right along with the lactose intake so so my point is Dairy does it do the body good. Yeah wow that's amazing so in terms of addressing that you dietary protocols but there's also lifestyle I got to exercise you got to lose a certain amount of weight. There's a whole section on on on chemicals which I want to get into as well because I think that's a big part of this that people don't talk a lot about but what was amazing is the reversals. That you're seeing. This book is filled with all these anecdotes of patients. That you've treated. Where the turnaround times are really quite rapid? A one yes. They are In the mental paint study that I described briefly where the women. They're they're paying improved. That was in the second cycle eight weeks time Will you get better with go to twelve weeks. Sheriff Sixteen weeks. Yeah absolutely but the changes are quick and one of the stories stories. True story that I have really been struck by was that of a woman Katherine Lawrence. Who was in the Air Force Went to Iraq doc in two thousand and three She designed military basis and when she got back home Her friends said Catherine. What all did you miss when you over in Iraq? which foods did you miss? And she missed cheese so she had a friend who gave her not making this up. Forty eight boxes those little blue boxes of macaroni and cheese for forty eight days straight straight. She ate Mac and cheese dinners. That are ran caver so anyway. She gained weight And she started to get pain in her abdomen and it got worse than it. We're and we're Persson and it worsened with her cycle in particular And so eventually.

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"And. So once again that's gender spectrum dot org and you'll find the direct link to that inner show notes. All right, Joe. I have the most difficult question of all you may have heard that we consider ourselves to be the sexiness Barnard on the internet. Presumably the only one that we're letting that go. We have residents and guests are badgers and cats shape, Shifter's and dragons and unicorns and pigs and everything we're very inclusive. What animal would you be in our barnyard? And why that's a great question. And you know, I I knew kind of sound like leaning toward cute, you know, furry animals like autres, and and Cougars thought about more, assuming the barnyard has, you know, some some watery environments, and the that I think I want to be is a seahorse. I think the horses are incredibly interesting and I began my packing. About my role as a dad and one of the things I love about seahorses are if the dad that actually give birth to the babies, and as I've watched my my kids and the relationship they had with their mom and the experience she went through having them. I've always been quite envious of that incredible experience. And I thought gosh, if I could be an animal on on your farm in in the I wanna be seahorse 'cause I can have the babies and have that whole experience myself betting, the mermaids, we'll have fun with you. Okay. Do you have any final? Takeaway thoughts for listeners today. I would just finish by saying everyone has gender and all of us are navigating it, and we really need to simply be willing to look at our own experiences. And most importantly be open to the experiences that other people are having and rather than getting hung up on on, you know, telling people who they are. I think we just need to create a lot more space for them to tell us. And then support the heck out of them. Once they do wonderful. Well, thank you so much for being with us here today, Joel this is the Madame this is their branch IQ Brown count nugget for a month on gender. We look forward to hearing commute. And guess what? Next month. We've got a trait for you somebody from gender Spectrum's gonna be back during our month on sex body, gender, pubs parenting to talk to us a little bit about more about some tools that we as parents or.

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