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"caffeine" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

23:08 min | 4 months ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Fast metabolizer. So the caffeine will wear down quickly, all right? They take it, they get their wakefulness, but then they may need another cup or they just have wears through there. It goes through their system pretty quickly. So things that speed up, CYP, a one two enzyme activity, in particular, being around pollution and smoking can speed up that process. So that's something that we need to consider somebody at smoking and, you know, it's just activating because the body, the liver, it has to put out a lot of smoke, let's say, it's got a deactivate a lot of toxins, so it's that the cyp a one, two enzyme, is increased when that's the case. I just wanted to interrupt this podcast to let you know that if you were a coffee drinker, I have some critical information you need to know. You see coffee is the number one source of antioxidants people are consuming all around the world. It's rich in chlorogenic and caffeic acid, which are polyphenols that stabilize your blood sugar, support gut health and improve your brain and they also stimulate autophagy and deep cellular healing. So coffee has many amazing health benefits, but there's a dark side to coffee. It often carries mold, dangerous mycotoxins and is heavily sprayed with pesticides that lead to chronic disease. It's also acidic causing stomach issues and many have to stop drinking coffee as they get older because it irritates their stomach lining. That's why I started drinking life boost coffee. I wanted something that had all the health benefits with none of the mold and chemicals found in regular coffee. Plus, it's a shade grown coffee, which is naturally a low acid coffee that doesn't hurt my stomach. And they have hundreds of testimonials of people who couldn't stomach traditional coffee who can now enjoy coffee on a daily basis without any digestive discomfort. They also third party tests for 450 plus toxins, including mycotoxins, molds, heavy metals, pesticides, and even glyphosate just to make sure it's the cleanest, healthiest cup that can provide to their customers. I also really like these guys because they build schools for their farmers children near the coffee farms where they harvest their coffee beans and their corporate sponsors are the rainforest trust to prevent deforestation and protect wildlife. They really care about the environment. And because you're listening to my podcast right now, you can get 50% off your first order by going to WWW dot life boost deal dot com that's life boost deal dot com. They are again shade grown low acid, clean and free of toxins and they taste amazing. Just go to life boost deal dot com to get 50% off now. Now, other things are vitamin C rich foods and cruciferous veggies, right? So if you are a slow metabolizer, then you may consider taking in more cruciferous veggies and vitamin C rich foods like lemon, right? Maybe having some lemon water with your coffee, for example, will help to increase the caffeine clearance. So therefore you have less anxiety, heart racing, maybe blood pressure problems, things like that that could occur. If you're consuming too much caffeine. Now decreasing caffeine clearance, things that help slow it down and keep it in the system faster. For some of you guys, if you're noticing like you take it and then a few hours later, you just feel like, gosh, I need another hit of caffeine. Then you may consider consuming things like quercetin turmeric or maybe taking supplements with these or having herbal teas with, for example, chamomile, dandelion, St. John's wort, peppermint cumin. Those things all can have a positive effect as far as decreasing the caffeine clearance, keeping it in the system. Now, if you're already a slow metabolizer, those things can actually, again, cause more of an issue. Now, I will say that those foods have a very minimal impact for most people, they don't notice much effect, taking cruciferous veggies, feel a huge effect as far as it increase in the caffeine clearance. If they drink chamomile tea with their coffee, they don't necessarily notice a big difference with decreasing caffeine clearance, but some people are a little more responsive than others. So these are some things to consider. Again, things that increase caffeine clearance are going to be positive things are going to be vitamin C rich foods, cruciferous veggies. So taking vitamin C with it, cruciferous veggies, or perhaps you're taking a supplement with like sulforaphane in it or broccoli sprout, that's gonna help increase caffeine clearance, increase those CYP one a two or a one two liver enzymes, right? Those things increase that, things that decrease it, quercetin, turmeric, cumin, dandelion, chamomile, St. John's wort, peppermint, okay? But again, it's kind of minimal as far as the impact it's not a huge needle mover. Those things on CYP a one two liver enzymes, but it does have some impact. Now, medications that impact caffeine metabolism, you know, these are definitely things that have a larger impact. So that is going to be these things can either increase caffeine half life. Like, for example, oral contraceptives may double caffeine half life, especially during the luteal phase, right? So if you're taking birth control pills, during that luteal phase, which is the second half of the menstrual cycle after ovulation, they can double the half life of the caffeine, meaning keeping it in the system longer. So you got to remember that. Other things that have an impact stimulants, so Ritalin, Adderall, right? Things like that. Definitely have an impact. You have quinolone antibiotics, asthma medications, which are steroids, diuretics, anti anxiety, medications are going to kind of slow it down and I depress up medications as well. You're not going to notice as much of an impact. And I coagulant medications and heart medications. These can all have, they can either increase or decrease the half life or increase or decrease the impact that you're going to notice. So if you are consuming a lot of caffeine and you're taking these medications, talk with your prescribing doctor about possible interactions with those and what you need to look out for. Now, another gene pathway that is impacted with caffeine metabolism is the adenosine pathway, particularly the adora two a receptor, okay? And so the adora a two or Dora two gene is the adenosine a two receptor gene. It's a G protein coupled receptor. That is a major target of caffeine. That's where it's impacting, of course, it's binding up that receptor. So adenosine doesn't bind to it. And that receptor is important for regulating myocardial oxygen consumption, coronary blood flow, and central nervous system neurotransmitters. Certain variations in that gene play a large role in how caffeine impacts sleep, particularly the T allele, increases anxiety, okay? So if you're if you're consuming caffeine, you may have more anxiety with that. And the C allele can have more sleep impact, right? So if somebody's taking caffeine and they've got the T allele, they may potentially have more anxiety. If they have the C allele, okay? They may have more impact on sleep, particularly if they're taking it later in the day. If they're taking caffeine later in the day and they have the C allele for the adora two gene, a two, adora, two gene. I always say her. Wrong, but to see adenosine a two receptor gene. So adora is kind of the acronym, right? Or the condensed form for the adenosine a adenosine a sort of theodora two gene. Now there's another one called the ADA gene, which is the adenosine deaminase gene. That metabolizes adenosine. So it breaks down adenosine in the synapse, the gap between the neurons. So obviously the faster it metabolizes adenosine, the less impact adenosine has. The slower metabolizes the more the stronger the impact adenosine has. The G allele is the major, the a allele is the minor, the a allele is associated with 35% reduction in adenosine clearance. So it doesn't break down the adenosine as quickly, the a allele of the ADA, the adenosine deaminase gene. And so when it doesn't break it down as fast, you get more sleepiness, but it also improves your deep sleep. These people tend to be able to sleep very easily, for example, they can fall asleep real easily on a plane. These are the kind of people that are like, they're not bothered by a lot of noises. They're not very sensitive sleeper. They sleep very, very deep, but they can have more feelings of sleepiness, lethargy, and fatigue throughout the day as well, and they can have more of a dependence on caffeine. So those people can be impacted by that and caffeine can be one of the things that really benefits them. And so all of us kind of have a different ways that we metabolize caffeine and our caffeine threshold can be different. I don't recommend more than two to three cups or let's say 250 milligrams of caffeine spread out throughout the day for anybody. And for some people, they need a lot less. Maybe 50 milligrams max, okay? And if you're dealing with chronic fatigue and a lot of issues like that, actually just avoiding it all together for a period of time and allowing your body to heal, recover and develop natural energy and resilience is usually the best thing you can do. But for performance enhancement and that's really the way I look at caffeine, it is a performance enhancement tool, right? It is a neurotropic, right? So it helps improve brain function, memory, mental clarity, cognitive acceleration, your ability to think sharply and quickly, and so it can be very beneficial when taking strategically. You don't want to create a dependent on it, okay? And I think taking a caffeine holiday, like once a week, one day a week where you either, you know, significantly reduce the amount of caffeine you consume, or completely come off of it altogether, is very advantageous because the more caffeine you consume, the more adenosine your brain will start to make, right? So your nervous system says, oh, okay, well, I can't get adenosine. I'm not getting the activity of the adenosine activating these adenosine receptors. So I might need to make more adenosine or more adenosine receptors. And that's why people will need more and more and more caffeine. Because the same amount that gave them the concentration of mental clarity that they had, the week before, is not going to give them the same impact, you know, the next week. And this is why cycling it. Or taking caffeine holidays can be really helpful. Taking at least one day where you reduce it a lot can be very helpful for improving your overall sensitivity to caffeine. I just want to interrupt this podcast to tell you how important your immune system is and how it protects you from viruses, bacteria, parasites, and other pathogens. You see your body was created to overcome the challenges from the environment. However, you must be an active participant and work to make your body stronger and more resilient to stress. And that is why I created our ten in one immune charged formula because it's designed to help you do that. As I was studying the immune system, I found that there are critical nutrients that really support your body and give you more immune modulating power. These include things like quercetin, resveratrol, vitamin D, vitamin a, selenium, zinc, vitamin C, and acetylcysteine, vitamin K two, and magnesium. And I used to supplement with all of these. I was taking 14 different capsules to get all these critical nutrients. And that is why I designed a product called immuno charge. I actually put all of these nutrients in their clinical dosages that actually work in your body that are research based and all you have to do is take four capsules a day, so I take two capsules twice a day to help strengthen my immune function to help keep inflammation under control. And so this really works and it really helps. It's called immuno charge, you can actually get 30% off by going to store doctor jockers dot com forward slash products forward slash immuno charge. I am M, UNO, CH, ARG, and use the coupon code immune 30 at checkout to save 30% off on immuno charge. Whatever you do, you've got to take, you gotta do everything you can to keep your immune system as strong and healthy as possible so you can be resilient to the different environmental stressors you face, immuno charge is there to help you with that. Again, go to store doctor jockers dot com forward slash products slash immuno charge, use a coupon code immune 30 at checkout to save 30% off today. Now, if you're interested in getting your genetics tested, looking to see if you have the Dora two gene. If you have the CYP a one gene, a one two like we talked about which variants you have if you're a slow, fast, medium metabolizer, then check out three by four genetics. We actually offer this on our website and my team will work with you and actually the cool thing about this is it really breaks down all the genes and all the different pathways to see how well you are as far as genetically how well you are at buffering oxidative stress. It inflammation at dealing with caffeine at dealing with histamine levels, right? It looks at all of that and creates really nice templates and a full actionable report and you'll work with one of our health coaches to actually go through that and help create an actionable plan. Personalized actionable plan to maximize your genetic health. So you guys can look at that if you want. We'll have links below this video and in podcast podcast notes that you can take a look at. Now, if you are consuming coffee as your caffeine source, this is what I recommend. Number one, waiting 90 minutes after you wake up to consume it. This is where a lot of people go wrong. They consume coffee, caffeine, immediately after waking. And that's not what you want to do because when you wake up in the morning, you naturally should have more wakefulness, hormones, like cortisol, and epinephrine, or epinephrine, elevated, right? That gives you wakefulness and you actually want to train your brain and your nervous system to not depend on something on the outside to create wakefulness. And so you should naturally have this cortisol awakening response and it's going to be your cortisol levels are going to be higher for the first 90 minutes after waking up to give you that wakefulness. So you don't want to overstimulate your system early, right? Again, you should normally have some of these stimulatory hormones. Therefore, you take the coffee 90 minutes after, that's when the court of Saul starts going down anyways, and that way you can kind of maintain that wakefulness for several hours later. That's the first thing you want to do. Second thing, add in a pinch of salt, salt, electrolyte, sodium. So critical for good health, coffee is considered a diuretic and it can deplete you of some of these electrolytes. Salt will help keep your energy levels high. Will help balance your adrenals and support your brain. So adding in just a little bit of salt just a pinch of sea salt is what you want to do here. You can add in some healthy fats, like some MCT oil, if you would like, and that will help with ketone production. I particularly would recommend like a C 8 MCT oil, which will help with ketone production and provide a gray fuel source for your brain. If your blood sugar is going down and will also help blunt overstimulation of caffeine because it's going to help keep your blood sugar more stable. So you're going to notice that you're going to notice that the caffeine just has a more balanced effect when you do that. Taking magnesium with coffee, right? This is important, especially for the people that are fast metabolizers. This is a game changer. People are fast metabolizers, go through caffeine, I'm sorry, go through, go through magnesium, really quickly, right? Fast, caffeine metabolizers, when they take the caffeine, they plead up magnesium. So taking some magnesium with your coffee, whether you're taking capsule form or like an unsweetened powder or something like that, take it with your coffee, that's going to help. You know, for a lot of people, they also like to use coffee to help stimulate their bowels and coffee is great as a bitter, it helps stimulate the liver, really helps flush the liver, helps stimulate peristaltic activity in the gut. Magnesium will really help with that as well and support that. So magnesium, taking that with coffee, it's a game changer. If you feel like you don't get great benefits from coffee, you can try that out. And then drinking the right type of coffee, you want to make sure you're getting an organic mycotoxin free shade grown coffee. Why? Because number one, coffee is the most pesticide herbicide laid in plants that's out there. So if you are not getting it organic, you're getting a ton of chemicals and toxins to make sure you're getting organic, mycotoxin free is very important as well because coffee naturally grows mold targets, coffee beans, right? And so you want to make sure that it's tested to be free of mycotoxins. Mycotoxins are going to cause major stress in your system. They are potent carcinogen and also on top of that, they really, really cause your liver to have to function at a higher level. And can cause more brain fog and more fatigue when you're jerking your coffee. So I like to make sure that my coffee is tested to be free of mycotoxins. And the shade grown coffee also is less acidic. And so it tends to be more palatable and easier on your stomach. So that's what you're looking for. And there's a lot of people out there that they drink coffee and it's like, it just burns up their stomach, they get acid reflux. So getting the shade grown is a game changer for a lot of people when it comes to being able to tolerate the coffee, just shrinking it alone. So that's why I like life boost coffee, guys, if you're listening to this podcast, check out the show notes. I have a special offer, 50% off now. If you're watching this on video, the link will be below the video on YouTube. So check that out. That will save you up to 50% or over 50%, I think, on life boost coffee. It's great coffee, tons of 5 star reviews, people love this. To USDA certified organic, shade grown, mycotoxin free, low acid, and easy on the gastrointestinal system. So really good stuff. And then the C 8 oil that I put into my coffee, right? When I have it, well, I don't typically actually, I'm sorry. I don't actually usually put this in unless I have coffee like around midday, right? Right around my eating window. That's when I'll put this in. However, using C 8 MCT oil during your fasting window, even though it is some calories, it's not going to impact your insulin and your blood sugar. So it's just going to turn into ketones for a lot of people. They feel great taking this. For me, I just shrink black coffee in the morning. If I drink it in the morning, I don't always do it. I take caffeine holidays. But when I do use it, I use it for, you know, again, performance enhancement, higher levels of cognitive acceleration, thinking sharply and quickly and better focus. Then I usually just drink it black, okay? With a little bit of salt in it. For the minerals and I'll take magnesium supplements around it. However, if I take it around midday, or shortly, I typically never drink coffee after 3 p.m., but I'm taking it somewhere around my eating window, then all I like to put in some C 8 MCT oil in there, which turns immediately into ketones, gray fuel source for the brain really helps create a smoothness with the coffee and the caffeine. And so it's just great help suppress appetite, cravings, things like that, provide this amazing fuel source for your brain to function at a really high level. So, guys, check that out. We'll have links in the show notes again. And you can check that out and check out the discount on the keto brain as well. You can use a coupon code jockers ten at checkout on our store if you want to check out that keto brain. Hopefully you guys enjoyed this training, learn more about caffeine metabolism here today. And also hopefully I inspire you to take a caffeine holiday from time to time if you're not already doing that. I think that's really advantageous to get the best benefits from caffeine. You want to cycle it and reduce your consumption from time to time, maybe on weekends, times when you're not really trying to produce and perform at a high level, just reducing your consumption is going to help improve the sensitivity of your brain and your neurotransmitters when you do consume coffee or caffeine in a future date. So doing that from time to time can be really advantageous for you. So hopefully you enjoyed that and we'll see you guys in the future online training. Be blessed everybody. Well, that's all for this show. And I want to thank you again for spending your valuable time with me today. And if there was something you heard in this interview that you have questions on or you want to dive into deeper, then doctor jockers dot com is the best place to go. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider taking just a quick moment and giving us a great review. 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"caffeine" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:13 min | 4 months ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"This supplement. I take it on a regular basis. And you can take it now as well and get a special discount. In fact, go to paleo valley dot com forward slash DR jockers and use the coupon code jockers just my last name, jockers at checkout. That will save you 15% off your order. So guys, if you want to keep inflammation under control and really thrive in life, try out the paleo valley turmeric complex today. Again, use a coupon code jockers that check out to save 15%. Well, today I'm talking about caffeine metabolism. And really answering the question, are you a slow caffeine metabolizer? So all of us have experienced caffeine, some of us feel great when we consume caffeine. Some of us don't feel so good. And the most popular form of caffeine that we consume in our society is through coffee and there's been, you know, a lot of clinical studies done on coffee and most of them very favorable showing that coffee and caffeine consumption improves brain health turns on fat burning, helps stabilize blood sugar levels, particularly coffee when we're talking about blood sugar because of the chlorogenic acid and caffeic acid, it helps improve bowel movements. So it helps stimulate peristalsis in the gut. And also can help turn on autophagy, where our body breaks down old damaged cellular debris, old damaged mitochondrial debris and recycles them and actually turns up the resilience of the cell, creates new cellular organelles. So a lot of amazing benefits. But of course, there's about a quarter of the population that really does not do good at all on caffeine. They struggle to metabolize it, break it down, and so there's about two thirds of the population that a certain amount of caffeine, they do really well with, in fact, great health benefits and they feel a lot better and actually can help prevent chronic disease. But again, there's roughly about a quarter to a third of the population that may struggle on caffeine really needs to consider the dosage, the amount that they consume, and I'm one of those people. I can not handle a lot of caffeine at once, like the standard dose, a hundred milligrams or so at once. I can feel too anxious, my heart can race, I'll crash hours later. And that's because of my caffeine metabolism, the way that my body, my genetics, metabolizes caffeine, is different than other people. We're going to talk about that today. So first, before we get into that, let's talk about what caffeine is. It's a bitter white crystalline water soluble compound called a methylxanthine alkaloid. It closely, it's closely related to the adenine and guanine contained in DNA. So it's very close to these bases that we find in DNA. And it's defined as the most commonly consumed psychoactive drug on the planet because obviously it impacts our brain, our mood, impacts neurotransmitters, and that's really the main mechanism is how it impacts adenosine, which is kind of a calming, almost like a break on the brain similar to gaba. It's helps to calm the brain and can induce sleepiness. And caffeine works on that. And then it helps to activate dopamine, which gives us drive and motivation and energy and pleasure, and so it works on that. Now, Kathleen is naturally occurring in over 60 plants, including, of course, coffee, but also tea, like green tea, obviously, black tea has caffeine, a lot of different teas have caffeine, cacao, or chocolate, has caffeine, Cola nuts, and guarana berries as well all have caffeine in them. So 85% of Americans drink at least one caffeinated beverage each day. We know that caffeine in our nerve system, we have synapses, little gaps in between neurons and inside of those, that's where the neurotransmitters are communicating. And there's neurotransmitter called adenosine. And so adenosine, what it does it binds to adenosine receptors and inhibits a neuron's and signals the brain at its time for rest. So it affects energy levels, causes sleepiness, caffeine competes with it adenosine for its receptors, essentially blocking adenosine from binding to them. So caffeine is called an adenosine antagonist. So it blocks adenosine from interacting with its receptors. And because now it's not interacting with its receptors, we don't get that sleepiness, right? And why does one person have greater amounts of adenosine possibly or greater affinity for adenosine adenosine actually is really important for provoking deep sleep, right? Helping us with very restorative sleep. So it's very important for that. But of course, during the day, we don't want to have sleepiness. Normally, for a lot of people, they notice really good wakefulness and some adenosine inhibition by getting movement in, by getting out in the sun. So getting good quality sun exposure early in the day can help reduce adenosine activity. And as well as the exercise, like I said, cold cold showers or cold water, you'll notice a lot of wakefulness because that axis and adenosine antagonist as well reduces adenosine levels and then of course caffeine, right? So if you're not doing those other things, I would recommend that getting some cold water, even if it's just cold water that you get from your sink and you just kind of spray it into your face or splash it on your face. That alone will create activate some cold shock receptors. We'll activate adrenaline levels and will help block adenosine getting sun exposure getting out for a walk in the morning early in the day, getting good sun exposure early, getting movement early. It can be really helpful. And so by blocking adenosine, when you can do it again with some of those other activities, but of course with caffeine, as well, which is what caffeine does. It stimulates neurons. It stimulates particularly dopamine, which affects muscle control, pleasure, pain, and emotions. So those dopamine receptors become more active when we block adenosine adenosine and dopamine are opposites. Adenosine slows down brain activity and promotes sleepiness, dopamine, activates brain activity, right? Dopamine helps give us a lot of creative thoughts. Helps us have drive towards goals and getting stuff done, but dopamine will also reduce our sleepiness, right? So if we have high levels of dopamine late, like in the evening or at night, we're not going to be able to sleep well, right? We're not going to get a good quality deep sleep. It's going to block melatonin production. We're not going to recover well, and we're not going to drain and detoxify our brain. And so it's important that we have lower levels of adenosine early in the day and then adenosine should build up in the evening, particularly after dark, and then dopamine, we want higher early in the day and then lower in the evening and caffeine can help with that if we obviously take it at the appropriate times, we don't want to take it in the evening. Because that will stimulate more of the dopamine, which will reduce our deep sleep. Now, let's talk about some different genes and enzymes. We know that the CYP a one two enzyme or cytochrome P450 one a two enzyme is involved in phase one, metabolism of several xenobiotics, including caffeine, afloat toxin B one, acetaminophen. It also metabolizes endogenous compounds such as bilirubin, melatonin, and estrogens, right? So this is kind of the first phase of liberty toxification. The AA

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"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Tweets all righty buster, bleacher tweets for a Mundy. Let's go to Nicholas. I Caruso at iron Caruso Nick 19 Nick rates and hey buster was Maldonado's walk in the 5th inning of game 5 the most impressive at bat you've ever seen without swinging the bat. Changed his batting position and outlook just to try to get hit or draw a walk and he fake bundled three one just to try to throw minter off. He dominated mentor the whole at bat without even thinking about swinging. That was impressive. It was impressive. I would say this. I said at the top, I thought 18 minor was just off. I think he's tired. But Maldonado coming up with a different plan, that was really cool. And I love the fact that he's like, I'm gonna just give the picture different look and I'm gonna make him uncomfortable just looming over the plate. And in fact, is he stepped into the box? Eduardo Perez was doing game analysis with Jessica Mendoza. And I wrote out on a note to Eduardo I'm like, look how close he is up on the plate in a water but talked about it on the broadcast. That was really fun. Let's go to Aussie Sox fan at Nick Hauser this Nick writes and would it be crazy for the braves to see what a trade for Acuna junior would bring in an effort to keep their current outfield together. I think so, what about you buster? Yeah, naked would be crazy. That only because Acuna is going to be arguably the best player in the national league for years to come, but he's also locked into this long-term team friendly contract like he's got like 8 more years left on that deal. So yeah, it would be crazy. David at baseball fan, 1918 rates, and how much is Eddie Rosario's price tag going up after this postseason? Yeah, and our friend Rita banana, she is a big Eddie Rosario fan. And I was sending her messages back and forth during the series during the postseason is Eddie Rosario who was having a great performance. I think he's going to do better than he would have before the postseason, but I don't think he's going to get a crazy contract. Because teams are just not investing a lot of money in corner outfields. I would say, I think he set himself up for like two, three year deal with somebody, but I can't imagine anything beyond that. Amy Chapman's up next at Mimi R Chapman, Amy writes and buster and rev, I think most casual and even some regular baseball fans don't understand that the MLB commissioner doesn't actually represent the entire game. How about changing the title to a more accurate one? MLB team owners attorney. Maybe we could just refer to Manfred as the team owner's attorney on here. I think for the sake of branding, Major League Baseball Amy would not want that to happen. I think they do like the idea that the casual fan thinks that Manfred representing the interest of all the fans when we know that he's not really. He is the, as you say, the team owners attorney, the barrister. Let's go to Brett Davis at treehouse. Rhett writes in if we're talking about alternate names for the bullpen, what about the pitch pasture? I figured I'd run this by you. First since you're the authority on all things cow related no cows were offended in the creation of this tweet. That's a good one. Yeah, and he also thank you, which is why you included it in the rundown of bleacher tweets today. I thought it was nice. I like pitch past your arm barn, as I said, the other day I actually think that's pretty good, but I'm calling it the bullpen going forward. What about you Taylor? Yeah, but I like that we can mix it up a little bit too. I mean, unintended consequence from this pita thing. But maybe we're playing right into it. They're hand buster and I don't really like that. Now that I'm thinking well, you're the one who just mentioned PETA, I didn't even mention Peter. Let's go. Oh, dang it. All right, last one for today, Debbie gammon's Brown writes in DGB asks, do you ever set an alarm buster or does your internal clock just know when it's time to make the bagels? My internal clock knows when it's time to make the bagels. I will wake up no later than 6 o'clock every morning no matter what. But I will say this, I do always set an alarm because back in the year 2000, I covered a season opening series in Seattle. I actually was 1998 and I was supposed to be on a 6 a.m. flight and I completely slept way past the time I was supposed to. I woke up at the time people were probably boarding the flight at 5 45. And so after that, I always set an alarm. A dangerous game not to set the alarm even though you can generally rely on your body clock, but also I envisioned that you have like a, it's been 23 years since the last time buster only slept in like a counter on your wall or something that hopefully won't be reset anytime soon. Yeah, and then haunts me as you can hear. To this day, I can remember exactly that feeling of waking up and see looking watch and thinking, oh, geez. How terrible is that?.

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"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"So I am doing awesome. Yep, absolutely. And for sure to get at least a game 6 and I'm assuming I did radio and a couple spots this morning before we did the podcast. And I was asked about whether or not dusty baker now that Alex Bregman, you know, got that nice double last night at better play to parents might decide, you know what? Let's go back to let's go back to the lineup the way usually is Bregman hitting third in Korea hitting 5th and jury el hitting 7th. And I was like, ah, no. There's no chance that happens. I thought it was the right change at the right time because Bregman struggled that badly. And maybe he took some pressure out Bregman. I thought dusty made a nice decision on the fly. Absolutely. I mean, you know, it's tough to make those kinds of decisions we've seen these moments, especially in the World Series before where a superstar type player gets dropped in the lineup. But it's also kind of exactly what you expected to happen. I mean when he came up for that at bat and got that hit and in the background, we hear the braves organist Matthew Kominsky playing freefall in which was perceptible even on the TV broadcast. I heard it, and I was like, oh my gosh, is he really playing prefab not as amazing? And of course he gets the hit there. And this is how baseball works. I mean, these are the moments I do think it takes pressure off and we were talking on Friday about what's wrong with Bregman, what have we been seeing? And I do think that a lot of it came from the sort of pressure filled swings that we were talking about. So he just seemed more relaxed overall. He made a couple of great plays in the field and it just seemed like an Alex Bregman game. And I don't think he cares where he's hitting if he's able to have that game batting 7th and keep him there. And have him keep having games like that as they attempt to complete this comeback. Yeah, I wish that I had I did the postgame interviews last night and I wish that I had asked Bregman,.

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"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Surprise to get that news yesterday and devastating. All right, let's talk about the World Series. You are at the airport this morning. It's 6 45 in the morning that we're taping this. And you know, normally we call this a baggage claim Monday. We need to call this a caffeine Monday. Because not only are the relievers on fumes in this World Series, not only are the managers on fumes in this series, but anyone who's covering it at this point is on fumes Tim. How are you doing? Well, I've already had a diet Mountain Dew, because I got to the airport at 5 a.m. 5 a.m. for a 7 45 in order to get some things together. And what's wrong with you? What is wrong with you? You realize that when you get to the airport at 5 in the morning, they don't put you on the plane right away. Yeah, well, the airport here in Hartford is very busy, even in the TSA pre line. So I had to make sure there was no issues plus, I had to milk a couple cows when I got here and bails some hay. So don't tell me about getting up early in the morning. Nobody, but nobody gets up earlier than you. Just let me get to the airport and let me get to my gate. That's what makes me happy because I can't bear to miss a flight. What time did you get them? You got like an hour of sleep, I think. An hour and a half, 90 minutes. I'm good, though, at sleeping on the plane. And when I get to Houston, I likely will take short nap and I will get through it because I can talk myself into stupid things like that. So when Adam Duvall hit that Grand Slam in the first inning last night, you need to confess this. Did you start making travel plans back to your home in Maryland, assuming that the World Series is going to end last night? I did. I even got a printed out boarding pass with everything. You know, I have to print everything out because I'm not putting it on my phone. I need to have it in my hands 'cause I'm 64 years old. So yeah, so I made the flight. I printed it out. I was ready to go and about an hour and a half later I was going to Houston because that's how quickly it turned in that game. Just amazing. Yeah, and it didn't feel like that what the answers did in response to that thorough lead was classic Astros, right? I mean, the reason why that they're in this position is because of that depth and toughness of that lineup. And they just had great at bats. As they worked their way back. Yeah, it was really impressive buster. And of course, that's the reason why they were the best team. Offensive team in the American League this year. That's why they put it in play more often. That's why they take tougher at bats than anyone else. It's why they're so tested in October compared to most teams. And I mean, it's just so beautiful this game that the last team to be down four runs in an elimination game and come back to win was the angels in 2002, and of course they did that against dusty baker's giants and now this time it was dusty baker's Astros. They came back from afford enough deficit to win that game, very emphatically. That was really impressive. The resiliency of the Astros. You could say would you like about them, but do not question them on how tough they are when the tough times really come. Tim I told you the story before a bad going up to Bruce boat to someone I've known a long time. While he was managing in the 2014 World Series and he was undergoing some criticism and I walked up to him before the game and I said, hey, booch, I'm trying to keep track of you. You complete idiot today or you would total genius because that's the nature of managing in the World Series. They told that story to Brian sitka the other day and he just laughed. Because.

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"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Right, Carlos, thanks. Yeah, in 2017, when they played the Yankees, they were down three to two. They in that series seemingly were unnerved by the loud karate Yankee Stadium and they returned home to Houston and they won game 6 and 7 to win the American League championship series. So there's precedent for these core Astros to come back from a deficit. Dusty baker, the Astros manager talked about Duvall's first inning Grand Slam. I always say if it's going to happen, let it happen early. You know, you don't want it to happen in the middle of the game or toward the end of the game. You know, the guys came through. You know, that's what counts and today really felt like, you know, the World Series, because you got to go on the field and see all the people and see all the media and, you know, just, you know, it felt like the World Series where the others, you know, it felt like we were coming out of, you know, the dungeon and just going to play. And so that was big. The fact that we got to get on the field. We talked about the Astros come back. Well, it's very special. I mean, but the hardest thing to do is to do it the first time. And once you do it the first time, then you figure that you can do it the second, the third, the fourth and the 5th time. So, you know, then you call upon your past, you know, for confidence that, you know, that you can do. A lot of people that haven't been there. You're like, okay, I can do it when I get there, but you really don't know until you get there. You know, if you can do it. So, I mean, this team has a very strong mind, strong willed, dealing with adversity, dealing with boo and then we'll do what they amount of negative energy that was cast our way throughout the year. Braves manager Brian Smith talked about this game. I'm much rather score that big run in the 7th inning. We don't have so much time to cover. It was good. I mean, I was exciting right there and but we knew it was still had a long, long way to go in that game and then anything could happen. So then great if we could have kind of kept adding on a little bit, just hard to do that. He was asked how much he would have liked to have won at home. I'll take it anywhere. I mean, I don't care where we're at. I mean, if we win a World Series, it doesn't matter mean where it is. I mean, I'd love to have done it in front of our fans. Hopefully we can do it the next couple of days. Adam Duvall talked about his emotions after losing the lead. It's a not an in ball game. We celebrated it. We, you know, we got excited and you know, that's what you do when you hit home runs. You know, it's a long game. That happened in the bottom of the first. So it's not any game. And they didn't quit. They kept fighting. We weren't able to get it going again and keep the pressure on. Hats off to their pictures. They, you know, they kept us there when they needed to, so. AJ minner, of course, was on the mound in the 5th inning was asked if he felt fatigue or if it was just a poor outing. I mean, I wouldn't call it a bad outing, honestly. I feel like my stuff was just as sharp tonight as any other outing. I was getting ahead of hitters. I feel like I was O2 one two almost every hitter and those guys and they made good quality swings on two strikes. Yeah, I guess I could have left made some better pitches for two strikes, but with Korea, I got a mo two, left to cut her up, base hit. Got a good strikeout against Alvarez and then goriel, he back door cutter and he stuck his bat out there and had a good hit as well. Obviously, with Maldonado, you know, I could tell he was going up there trying to work a walk. For me, it was just, you know, I tried to aim the ball and said, I was just driving to the mit, and that's obviously the one thing I would take back. And then a dram shot to flare shot to score two rounds, just like that. Not worried about it. Been pitching good and feeling good, and I still feel good. So I'll be ready to go game 6. Gatorade knows there are many paths to greatness..

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"caffeine" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"Episode seven forty eight. I am brian kilby with me. This week i have in the command center. Mr john luna with you need a giant map of the world behind you. Yeah mission control. Yeah yes you're like norad. I an led lights in. This is what i need right behind us. Fight the mask thing. Like masks spoiler here matt tracker the mask command center. Yeah that'd be great. John what you need is like a string of led lights. That had like the the blinking and chasing patterns and put the crohn's rings. Yes yeah yes. We got die-cast. I'm barely awake. Yeah you need die-cast. I do not encourage you know abusive. Anything would be spending type of substances. You know like caffeine while. Let me get some energy drink here one second. Let me take a caffeine mineral. Quick okay. I don't drink caffeine always die-cast problem die-cast heat like die. Cast is not like a smoker or vapor but he was doing like the caffeine vapes for awhile while and it was in a way kind of it was interesting. He's still have them. There's they have to be expired. It was like ten years ago. Probably but yeah so just you know maybe just get like a caffeine pump straight to your heart or something. I used his caffeine all meal. Help for a few minutes killing a little faster kind of funny to with j. d. Jd d. wasn't a smoker. I think he might have been in his twenties but it was funny like when became a thing he enthusiastically joined up just to do it. I think he.

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Not Enough Caffeine (MM #3814)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Not Enough Caffeine (MM #3814)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are sometimes when there's just not enough caffeine to get you through a day. And I'm not one of those people who starts my day with 6 or 8 cups of coffee and drinks three or four cokes. I limit my caffeine consumption as much as I can. But yes there was one of those days. I woke up to the sounds of beeping in my house. And I knew what that beeping was immediately. It was one of my battery backups, likely the battery had finally failed, and so as a fail safe, it beeps to tell you the battery no longer is good. What I didn't realize was actually we were out of power. I didn't notice because I had been sleeping. So all of a sudden I heard the beeping thought the battery backup had gone bad, but my wife who gets up earlier than I do inform me, we had a fire at one of our Transformers just down the block here, which controls the power to our neighborhood. So we were without power for two and a half hours. That meant I didn't get a full accounting of sleep, and that meant I dragged all day yesterday. I just felt awful. I wish there was a way to get around this. I wishes we got older. We didn't need as much get up and go. But that's not the case. I need more sleep now than I did when I was a kid. And they said it was going to be just the opposite.

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Not Enough Caffeine (MM #3814)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Not Enough Caffeine (MM #3814)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. There are sometimes when there's just not enough caffeine to get you through a day. And I'm not one of those people who starts my day with 6 or 8 cups of coffee and drinks three or four cokes. I limit my caffeine consumption as much as I can. But yes there was one of those days. I woke up to the sounds of beeping in my house. And I knew what that beeping was immediately. It was one of my battery backups, likely the battery had finally failed, and so as a fail safe, it beeps to tell you the battery no longer is good. What I didn't realize was actually we were out of power. I didn't notice because I had been sleeping. So all of a sudden I heard the beeping thought the battery backup had gone bad, but my wife who gets up earlier than I do inform me, we had a fire at one of our Transformers just down the block here, which controls the power to our neighborhood. So we were without power for two and a half hours. That meant I didn't get a full accounting of sleep, and that meant I dragged all day yesterday. I just felt awful. I wish there was a way to get around this. I wishes we got older. We didn't need as much get up and go. But that's not the case. I need more sleep now than I did when I was a kid. And they said it was going to be just the opposite.

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Discussing Sleep & Circadian Rhythms With Nutritionist Shawn Wells

One Life Radio Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Discussing Sleep & Circadian Rhythms With Nutritionist Shawn Wells

"Wasn't important subject. We're talking about today. Sleep and circadian rhythm. So what would you say is the number What would you say is the is one of the best things that you can do. For your energy sean. Starting with that because the energy that you burn during the day helps you sleep at night right exactly. Extra sleep is so critical and overlooked for sure. And i you know. I was just recently doing that. Passion test It's a book by Chris and janet atwood. It's a really brilliant Method of finding out what your true passions are. What lights you up. And i ended up putting One of my passion or desires in my life is to get a great night's sleep you ended up having to compare like all your other passions against it and like and then you have to ask the question like would you rather not have a great night sleep but have you know money flow into your life easily or would you rather have a great night's sleep every night but not have money flow into your life more easily and things like that and that was It ended up like the great night's sleep like at the top of my list. And i was like something i didn't expect literally behind your vitality and ability to live. Your life is sleep and underappreciated n. p. like here's the here's the data like at seven in some studies. Say six and a half hours or less. You start getting more insulin resistant in your rain. Acutely at first like if you know you just get one bad night's sleep. It's a cute insulin resistance. And you have insufficient cellular energy in the brain. Meaning your neurons. These brain cells are firing more slowly and that breen fog. You feel. it's real because they're not firing fast because there isn't enough energy because it's not taking in the glue as well so what you do when you wake up all tired and groggy is. You're reaching for caffeine and sugar to get your brain going right. No that can be a downward spiral and can lead to decision fatigue bad decisions whatever so we are the only species that deprives ourselves of sleep. When we're tired

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"caffeine" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Plantrama

"That have just a little bit of caffeine in the nectar actually bring insects back for pollination which i thought was very cool and it's not something we don't think of citrus fruit as having caffeine in it but the nectar of the citrus flowers does and it's used not to deter predation but actually to improve pollination. That's very interesting. Because i listened to a reading by markle paul and michael palin wrote. It's not quite a book but it's a little more than an article about caffeine right and it's available on audible and it's very fascinating but one of the things that he mentioned there in which ties into that is that caffeine is an addictive. You know adrover basically right when people are drinking caffeine on a regular basis their body kind of gets accustomed to it and it doesn't do that sort of real intellectual boost that occasional use of caffeine does so maybe smaller doses of caffeine work to improve people's memory or intelligence or something in the same way that they might with the bees. I don't know interesting. it's possible at. But i am not going to give up my daily coffee habit just so i can find out either. Caffeine is it insecticide. Yes is at one that you would use in your garden. Nope in the heat of the summer. Nothing is more annoying than seeing wilting plants. And not being able to find your sprinkler or your other tools. Well i have solved this problem with the brightly colored sprinklers and rain wants from dram and with their aluminum. Quick disconnect set you can easily change from a wand to a sprinkler with a simple click. I it's not just the colors that they come in like purple or bluer yellow. That are brilliant. The functionality of these tools is marvelous. Now you can go and see all the fun colors you can see the way. That rain wants function both in the garden and for your containers and all of the high quality sprinklers hoses and other brilliant watering gear on their website rain wand dot com for our eat drink grow segment..

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"caffeine" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Plantrama

"That's i guess that's what's on my mind l. And his caffeine. Let's go with a true or false about caffeine. Which is caffeine is a natural insecticide. Well as usual are true and false is it's not a simple yes or no answer to this technically speaking i suppose it could be categorized as a natural insecticide because it does have a deleterious effect on some insect predators but it is not something that is used commercially or produced commercially as an insecticide. Well caffeine is a natural insecticide for the plants. That contain caffeine primarily. Of course coffee right. We associate caffeine with the coffee plant. And that's why the coffee plant produces caffeine is that it helps keep insects from eating that plant. It is the plants natural defense boat right against insects. Eating the plant and the caffeine in the seeds also helps prevent other seeds from germinating nearby. So basically the caffeine is produced by that coffee plant for its own protection. That's the sole reason that the coffee plant makes caffeine It you know it's interesting. You mentioned how it it Inhibits germination so it's got that leela pathak effect but it also prevents germination of its own seeds. So it's another layer of protectiveness which prevents too many coffee seeds from germinating in the same place because the soil can't possibly nurture and supply nutrients to all the seeds that fall on the ground. So that allopathic affect kind of insurance that only the right number of coffee seeds are going to actually germinate in the wild which i thought was kind of cool..

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"caffeine" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Today in Focus

"They're now considering it a medical condition. He told us. Michael about how caffeine has been embedded in our lives. Many many years how it works in our bodies does it have a negative impact on you know people have been looking for the downside of caffeine for a very long time. The assumption is that something. That's so good has to be bad basically and so there have been lots of medical studies in various scares over. The years is caffeine addiction. Really a mental illness. Really technically it is. I'll explain it but in fact caffeine today has remarkably clean bill of health not only is it not damaging to your health but actually coffee and tea are protective. There is some evidence correlation. Mostly that people who drink caffeine regularly are less likely to get several different kinds of cancer cardiovascular disease hodgkinson's disease dementia. It probably has to do not with the caffeine itself but with the The tea and coffee That delivers it..

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Kathleen Turner Dripped With 80's Sexual Energy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Kathleen Turner Dripped With 80's Sexual Energy

"Yeah, Kathleen Turner hot stuff. And she went on a hell of a run after that film. She was the 80s. Princes on her Peggy Sue got married. Romancing the stone, the war of the roses, but after that femme fatale role in body heat, she obviously became sexual target every guy in Hollywood made a run at it. She doesn't say who she slept with or she never has over the years she acts like nobody got to her bullshit. I bet every one of them did, but all of the years she's dropped hints at how she was basically open season. In fact, when she did war of the roses with Michael Douglas, he told it that and romancing this film, he told it that Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty all had a competition as to who would get to her first. I know this to be true. Both those guys admitted as much to me. 'cause I used to love talking girls with those guys. But Nicholson told me that he and Kathleen worked together on prince's honor and one night he invited some people in the cast and crew back to his house up on mulholland drive and Jack couldn't do much with Kathleen Turner because prince's honor also starred as girlfriend Angelica Houston and her daughter and it was directed by her father John Houston. So he couldn't do much. But he knew Warren Beatty wanted Kathleen China. So he sent to turn around the house, why don't you call Warren and tell him I don't have a corkscrew. She's like, why? He goes, you'll see how fast he gets here. And you know, caffeine trying to likes to go on interviews and say, well, there was an unspoken assumption that women were property to be claimed, but I can tell you didn't happen. Well, I can tell you she did an object too much to keep Warren or Jack away, okay?

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Holy Trinity (MM #3754)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Holy Trinity (MM #3754)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in religion. We all know the Holy Trinity, the Father. The Son. The Holy Ghost in Cajun cooking, their Trinity. Onions. Carrots, celery. But there's also a new Holy Trinity. When it comes to being over 60, I read this the other day and I think maybe the author was just creating the Holy Trinity for those over 60, but it's water, green tea and coffee. One thing we've got to work, not only for weight loss, but for health is drinking enough water. If we want to increase our antioxidants green tea, but coffee for the caffeine and for other reasons. Also, a good thing to ingest in moderation, of course, I bought three beverages. You should focus your life on post 64, your health water, green tea and coffee. It's strange to me that we can have so many. Holy Trinity's, I grew up with the Holy Trinity in church, and of course, as I've gotten more into college, I know about the Cajun, Holy Trinity, but this one, I don't know if it's going to stick as the Holy Trinity, but something to pay attention to, especially when you start approaching age sixty. I wonder what the next Holy Trinity is. I'm sure there are others. I just haven't been able to find them.

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Holy Trinity (MM #3754)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Holy Trinity (MM #3754)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in religion. We all know the Holy Trinity, the Father. The Son. The Holy Ghost in Cajun cooking, their Trinity. Onions. Carrots, celery. But there's also a new Holy Trinity. When it comes to being over 60, I read this the other day and I think maybe the author was just creating the Holy Trinity for those over 60, but it's water, green tea and coffee. One thing we've got to work, not only for weight loss, but for health is drinking enough water. If we want to increase our antioxidants green tea, but coffee for the caffeine and for other reasons. Also, a good thing to ingest in moderation, of course, I bought three beverages. You should focus your life on post 64, your health water, green tea and coffee. It's strange to me that we can have so many. Holy Trinity's, I grew up with the Holy Trinity in church, and of course, as I've gotten more into college, I know about the Cajun, Holy Trinity, but this one, I don't know if it's going to stick as the Holy Trinity, but something to pay attention to, especially when you start approaching age sixty. I wonder what the next Holy Trinity is. I'm sure there are others. I just haven't been able to find them.

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Google Caps Data for Photos, Drive, Gmail

Talking Tech

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Google Caps Data for Photos, Drive, Gmail

"Wherever remember last month you wrote about google photos and how google phasing out. it's free unlimited storage and caffeine. Free data. fifteen gigs well. That that's kicked in. Absolutely so now your google account will only let you add fifteen gigabytes beyond what you had as of june first and a new column on tech dot usa today dot com. Our colleague rob pecoraro wants to remind users that it's not just google photos that fifteen gigabit cap also includes google drive engine mail now. You might not think emails take up a lot of space but as rob points out. Emails conclude pdf's and pictures and all that as attachments. I looked at my longest running google canton. I had nearly three gigs of email. More than i had on google drive. So if you're like me an email come in daily that can add up. I'm rob has some tips on win. Only your mailbox down in story on tech that usa today dot com. I'll mention a few for you here. For instance in the search window you can use. You can type in a phrase such as quote larger colon ten m In in quote. I guess to locate emails. That are bigger than ten megabytes. And then you can just delete them. You know hitting the box little box next. That's handy because as far as i can tell gina won't let you simply reorder. Your mail by size. Like outlook does then. You could also reorganized by cinder. Delete all those emails and to do that. You could synchronize your g mail with a desktop mail app. Like what apple includes a mac. Os and microsoft bundles with windows. And let's say you want to identify mailing lists you wanna unsubscribe from simply search for the sender or subject. You want gone. Open it up to click. It's unsubscribe link simplest way to clean out your mailbox. Click the check box at the top left corner of the search results to select And then just hit trash. It can't be a free in moment for

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Buddhist Lessons on Anxiety Mitigation With Dharma Teacher Leslie Booker

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Buddhist Lessons on Anxiety Mitigation With Dharma Teacher Leslie Booker

"So the first thing you talked about when we were discussing anxiety mitigation strategies one of them was movement and the other was the opposite of movement stopping pausing. And you used the phrase seeing what's needing to be known. What did you mean by that. Everything that we need to know can be found in the body and the breath and a lotta time to sort of bypass over that very loud message. That's coming from us. But when we pause for a moment and check into the felt sense on the body to the expression of the breath and that can be a holding of the breath or a lot of deep breathing gives us information as to what's happening inside of us and so when anxiety arises in my body is not typically anxiety for anxiety sake. There's something that needs to be known there sometimes as you had too much caffeine today amac note to self. That's is coming from or you really should have gone for walken and musuem energy through or you get a really rough night's sleep last night so let's try and get better sleep tonight or this thing is a lot to us this. What showing up and so my body and my brother gives me this information and it allows me to course correct either in real time or the next day to make sure that there is some regulation my body to give me the starting point that ground for move move from because anxiety comes in a lot of different flavors and sizes right so some of it is debilitating these big giant monsters that we can't seem to move and some are a little bit more manageable that we can sort of hold in the palm of her hand and we can see it right sized and from there. We have a little bit more autonomy with our anxiety.

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Florida Zoo Announces Birth of Southern White Rhino

Prosper

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Zoo Announces Birth of Southern White Rhino

"A newborn southern white rhinoceros, the zoo says the birth happened last week. The female caffeine or 20, year old mom doing well. A statement from zoo Tampa says it's the eighth southern white rhino birth at their facility. With Florida's

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Starbucks Revives Reusable Cup Use After Pandemic Pause

Richard Eeds

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Starbucks Revives Reusable Cup Use After Pandemic Pause

"Senators. Starbucks customers can get their caffeine fix using their own drugs again. Company announced its bringing the Reusable Cup program back to its cafes. After a pandemic induced pause. Baristas will check to make sure the customers cup is Clean before placing it in a ceramic vessel so that the drink is made without any contact. However, reusable cups aren't

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How To Feel Motivated Now!

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

How To Feel Motivated Now!

"We talking about having an omnipresent high level of motivation and is possible to be motivated all day long. no no. It's not unrealistic unrealistic. But if you can muster motivation when you're supposed to be doing the things that matter most which are generally speaking the activities in the morning then you're gonna be miles and miles and miles ahead of where you'd otherwise be and the thing. That's nice about motivation. In general or feeling good in general is you actually can have a direct effect on your emotional state and what a lot of people do. Is they go through life and their. How do we say their work product or what they get out of. Life is a hundred percent predicated and how they happen to feel in other words. You wake up. You're in a bad mood. Your dog ate your shoes or whatever. And you're going to be in a bad mood all day. In other words your state of being is not in your mental or emotional control. That's how most people were the reality of it is is. There are many many things you can do to alter your emotional state so you always feel high level of motivation when you need it now. Can you feel motivated all day. likely unless you figured out some magical blend of exercising caffeine julian. I figured that out. Please do tell us because we've been searching for it for the last thirty. Nappy sustainable though. Maybe a little caffeine crash there through. So i think the point you're trying to make. Is i think when you acknowledge that. It's normal to have an ebb and flow to your emotional state of being your energy level to what you're feeling like you're not feeling like instead of putting all this pressure on yourself. Oh god i'm just not feeling motivated. And then that's spins into something that ends yup her right and to give it some credit. You know it exists but not so much credit that it actually controls you right in. some things. don't require like if you're going to be in a sales environment. Obviously you wanna have a high level of motivation because people feed off that energy. But if you're doing something a little bit more cerebral you could be motivated. But it's not going to be in the same way and so the cerebral type motivation. Especially if you're an extrovert actually sat as more energy sapping. If you're an extrovert just being around other people does that make sense. So if you're being forced to be more analytical which is the opposite of how you normally are you might find. That is harder for you to motivated doing whatever that said activity as versus. Say how you'd normally naturally be if you're around other

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"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

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04:54 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

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"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

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06:03 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

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"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

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08:17 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

"I think not so. Let's go to the now. The only thing that was interesting it. It's not about this. What they talked about some situation in new york that nobody is at the hopefully part three is about the homeless who are encamped all throughout austin despite the the mandate being reinstated on may eleventh that it seems that nothing has really changed and everyone's camping everywhere dirty. It's it's rat infested. Surely she she talked about that with him. Right wrong in Upper west side of manhattan. It's the law that fancy hotels have to take in homeless people. I know like the higher audio. So these hotels four hundred dollars a night are mandated to have homeless people inside them and where people were complaining because the hotel was across the street from an elementary school maybe high school. Let's pretend of getting completely wrong. Steel man the argument. They were yelling at the parents for not being more understanding on the homeless people who are shrieking at their school children. Yup that was the empire hotel which is across the street from an elephant. Three school injury. Okay yeah it was one of these One of the hotels. I know there are several that got these contracts. But you know it's sick about it. Is the hotels actually loved that setup because the city of new york and the state pay them more per night to how each of these homeless people then they'd get on the market so the hotels wanna have their cake and eat it too. They want to house all of these homeless people but they don't want the public to know about it because they don't want the reputation of patel to be damaged. Like you really wanna stay at the empire hotel knowing like the night before homeless dude was in the bed. No of course not. So what. These hotels are doing is they. Were trying to fill up all the rooms. These homeless people during covid because the government would pay them way more than they were getting. You know just from normal patrons And they could fill them to capacity every night. So we taxpayers. Are you taxpayers york. You're funding the bill for these crazy. Expensive hotels skate filled up with homeless people and then the hotels would go to great lengths to make sure news media could not cover it. Okay so we covered. This was happening in san francisco as well. When you get to austin michael please enjoy what your tax dollars are being sent spent on here and that is also young lady. It's also your tax dollars because the solution that is still being pushed by the leadership in austin is to buy hotels remember. Our mayors of former real estate attorney. So i'm sure he knows exactly what he's doing to buy hotels and these are hotels like sixty seventy rooms kind of motels and to pay to have people live there. And they think it's going to be four hundred million. It will take them to twenty twenty three to fully eradicate homelessness from austin. And don't you dare say anything bad about it because you will be ostracized my friend. You do not want to say anything bad about it so enjoy enjoy. You are jumping from the fat into the fire. The only good news about him moving to austin is he just has to leave austin into the state of texas for relief. But it's i'm sorry. What the only good thing good thing about living in austin is only s do was leave austin and enter the state of texas which i consider to be different for relief will not going to get the scooters there no no there's no scooters he will have to learn how to drive holy crap. It is so time to go is so time to go. And i feel kinda bad you know is like i brought rogan here. Our producer david rory's dead from the gilmore girls. He moved here. I want to move on to us. We're moving out leaving right psych. It's great here You got a foot out the door. Yeah oh. I'm sorry. There's something i forgot female producers which is it's it's a throwback to covid to play this because it isn't official statement about the menstrual cycle being off in near or while taking the vaccines and The clip custodian neal he got into the c o c a call. Which is what is the acronym stand for its its bid co vid advisory call the journalists can get on and can in you know they can ask questions and this question specifically came up good afternoon. I'm commander dot com. And i'm representing the clinician outreach and communication activity coca a clinician outreach and communication activity coca with the emergency risk branch at the centers for disease control and prevention. I would like to welcome you to today's coca call. Clinicians need to know about pfizer and covid nineteen vaccination of adolescence. Coca cau- okay. So they were talking about adolescence but this is where it it came up into answer. I'm we finally have an answer next question. Asking specifically about female adolescent patients. Is there any data on covert vaccine and its affect on menstrual periods. Especially with the heavy bleeding. This is dr woodworth. I can answer this question so At this time there haven't been any studies published on changes to a person's muscle cycle as a result of covid nineteen th nations and atlas or otherwise. The vaccine that reporting system were bears the national a vaccine safety system manager. Ccn fda has received reports of menstrual cycle changes on a quitting heavier periods. Also earlier or later on said he. Let's throw cramps. But it's important to remember that many things can affect a woman's are a person's potential cycle including the hormones sieges in federal collins asleep infections changing the diet exercise etc So it would encourage folks on if they're worried about much cycles or experience. Any unusual vessels cycle related side effects after receiving the nineteen vaccine to talk to their healthcare providers. Since your sense go ladies we've done no studies not interested and Yeah if you're if you want to know if the vaccine causes the answer is there are many things that influence it. It could be you. It's your own problems your anxiety. It's your birth control. It's it's you as you go talk to your doctor be magneto genetics. I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning. So you the man who put all the seas in the coca call. Ladies and gentlemen mr john c vora before we do that. I'm going to do this. I don't know what it is. It's not pat blue as spend drift sparkling water with real squeezed grapefruit yum somehow. It doesn't work as well as the pabst. Blue ribbon thing but okay if you wanna blow in in the minute michelle. I'm carrying morning impasse. Never gave us a beer. True all ships at sea moose. 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"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

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08:17 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

"I think not so. Let's go to now. The only thing that was interesting too. It's not about this what they talked about some situation in new york that nobody is at the hopefully part three is about the homeless who are encamped throughout austin despite the the mandate being reinstated on may eleventh that it seems that nothing has really changed and everyone's camping everywhere dirty. It's it's rat infested. Surely she. She talked about that with him. Right wrong in Upper west side of manhattan. It's the law that fancy hotels have to take in homeless people. I know like the higher audio. So these hotels four hundred dollars a night are mandated to have homeless people inside them and where people were complaining because the hotel was across the street from an elementary school maybe high school. Let's pretend of getting completely wrong. Steel man the argument. They were yelling at the parents for not being more understanding on the homeless people who are shrieking at their school children. Yup that was the empire hotel which is across the street from an elephant. Three school injury. Okay yeah it was one of these One of the hotels. I know there are several that got these contracts. But you know it's sick about it is. Hotels actually loved that setup because the city of new york and the state pay them more per night to how each of these homeless people then they'd get on the market so the hotels wanna have their cake and eat it too. They want to house all of these homeless people but they don't want the public to know about it because they don't want the reputation of patel to be damaged. Like you really wanna stay at the empire hotel knowing like the night before homeless dude was in the bed. No of course not. So what. These hotels are doing is they. Were trying to fill up all the rooms. These homeless people during covid because the government would pay them way more than they were getting. You know just from normal patrons And they could fill them to capacity every night. So we taxpayers. Are you taxpayers york. You're funding the bill for these crazy. Expensive hotels skate filled up with homeless people and then the hotels would go to great lengths to make sure news media could not cover it. Okay so we covered. This was happening in san francisco as well. When you get to austin michael please enjoy what your tax dollars are being sent spent on here and that is also young lady. It's also your tax dollars because the solution that is still being pushed by the leadership in austin is to buy hotels remember. Our mayors of former a real estate attorney. So i'm sure he knows exactly what he's doing to buy hotels and these are hotels. Sixty seventy rooms kind of motels and to pay to have people live there. And they think it's going to be four hundred million. It will take them to twenty twenty three to fully eradicate homelessness from. Don't you dare say anything bad about it because you will be ostracized my friend. You do not want to say anything bad about it so enjoy enjoy. You are jumping from the fat into the fire. The only good news about him moving to austin is he just has to leave austin into the state of texas for relief. But it's. I'm sorry. What the only good thing good thing about. Living in austin is only s do was leave austin and enter the state of texas which i consider to be different for relief will not going to get the scooters there no no there's no scooters he will have to learn how to drive holy crap. It is so time to go is so time to go. And i feel kinda bad. You know as like i brought rogan here. Our producer david rory's dead from the gilmore girls. He moved here. I want to move on to us. We're moving out leaving right psych. It's great here You got a foot out the door. Yeah oh. I'm sorry there's something i forgot that female producers which is. It's it's a throwback to covid need to play this Because it isn't official statement about the menstrual cycle being off in near or while taking the vaccines and The clip custodian. Neil got into the c o c a call which is what is the acronym stand for its its bid co vid advisory call the journalists can get on and can in you know they can ask questions and this question specifically came up good afternoon. I'm commander dot com. And i'm representing the clinician outreach and communication activity coca a clinician outreach and communication activity coca with the emergency risk branch at the centers for disease control and prevention. I would like to welcome you to today's coca call. Clinicians need to know about pfizer and covid nineteen vaccination of adolescence. Coca cau- okay. So they were talking about adolescence but this is where it it came up into answer. I'm we finally have an answer next question. Asking specifically about Female adolescent patients Is there any data on covert vaccine and its affect on menstrual periods. Especially with the heavy bleeding. This is dr woodworth. I can answer this question so At this time there haven't been any studies published on changes to a person's muscle cycle as a result of covid nineteen th nations and atlas or otherwise. The vaccine that reporting system were bears the national a vaccine safety system manager. Ccn fda has received reports of menstrual cycle changes on a quitting heavier periods. Also earlier or later on said he. Let's throw cramps. But it's important to remember that many things can affect a woman's are a person's potential cycle including the hormones changes in federal collins asleep infections changing the diet exercise etc So it would encourage folks on if they're worried about much cycles or experience. Any unusual vessels cycle related side effects after receiving the nineteen vaccine to talk to their healthcare providers. Since your sense go ladies we've done no studies not interested and Yeah if you're if you want to know if the vaccine causes the answer is there are many things that influence it. It could be you. It's your own problems your anxiety. It's your birth control. It's it's you as you go talk to your doctor be magneto genetics. I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning. So you're the man who put all the seas in the coca call. Ladies and gentlemen mr john c vora before we do that. I'm going to do this. I don't know what it is. It's not pabst. Blue as spend drift sparkling water with real squeezed grapefruit Yum somehow. it doesn't work as well as the pabst. Blue ribbon thing but okay if you wanna blow in in the minute michelle. I'm carrying morning impasse. Never gave us a beer. True all ships at sea moose. Underground feet in the air subs in the water and neither did Qua- do this. I got free from one of the meet up people in the morning in the morning the money in the morning. Trolls the troll. Hey trolls it's time for the troll. Call as a new one. We came up withdrawal call. Let's count y'all hands up. Let's see we got for this sunday. Two thousand drunk haul truck.

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"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on No Agenda

"About the mixed messaging like you just did. Oh the cdc says you don't have to anymore but some governor say you still do. Yeah no i understand the mixed messaging. Here's the reason why they did it. They've seen a pretty the did it. Because of a sharp decline in the number of cases and now anyone who wants to get vaccinated can get vaccinated. We have an excess of of vaccines but the excess. God is. there's a new piece of science is coming out of israel this month. that's showing that vaccinated individuals if they do get as symptomatic infection. It's about ninety percent protective against a symptomatic infection if they do get a symptomatic infection. They're not shedding very much virus from their nose and mouth so even though they have a symptomatic infection. We think they're not transit. Actually transmitting the virus. And that's really important news parents. They've been vaccinated even if they're going out and about because they're not wearing masks and they get infected. They're not shutting enough virus to transmit it to their kids. We don't have all those is dotted and t's crossed yet but that's likely the piece that's missing right. Now that needs to be communicated. And i think that will give a lot of comfort. The parents across the country. So where's he getting. A science from from israel comes running. Israel's biosecurity state pfizer so this is a pfizer move giveaway. Fda approval coming up baby. July fda approval coming up this. This is what they want. They need to get to approval so they need to have it much more integrated and much less Pola this I think i not buying that. Okay how about this back in the sucker offers fast as they can cause there is no approval coming also possible also possible absolutely but it's something with pfizer and something with their marketing. There's no other way. This was so abrupt there was no pre messaging pulling back with fast as they can because approvals not coming very they gave differs with approval. Does the companies were already fed if ever it's over. Now let's listen you just you just heard some science from some scientists. You heard all kinds of fear but okay. Csi science as in we think. Let us listen to. Our president explained the same saying for now after years of hard work and so much. Sacrifice is very simple get vaccinated or wear a mask until you do is vaccinated or mashed now. That was probably the best prompter flub i've ever heard in my life. I didn't even understand a word. He said what did he say. The line is get vexed or mask but he reads the prompter and reads faction or matt he sees two xs and things that's vaccinated. I know how to pronounce that back. Said what is you from south america. No he he sees two xs invest pronouncing vac said because that sounds perfectly. Okay president Biden all right. It's said or mask if you're vaccinated. Did you hear that. I love this. This is for the kids. Do that just play that. In your kid's ear. A couple times uncle joe says get vaccinated. Now it's gonna wind it up around the vaccinated or unvaccinated people but if you're not vaccinated or not fully vaccinated you should wear masks for your own protection and the protection of other unvaccinated people. Okay you should wear a mask for the protection of unvaccinated. Oh please it's so clear. The lady spelled it out taking the cdc's guidance once again What do i have. Finally we had foul xiang fouts. She once again was the star of saturday night. Live the opening monologue of which will exactly nothing But he is such a star. Such a star. Here's a here's with leicester on nbc. Nightly news found t a lot of americans put a lot of trust and faith in us so my first question is really a personal nature. Do you feel good about this mass decision today. Would you prefer that you wait a bit longer. No actually i feel very good about it. And i'm very much in favor but people who've been vaccinated. Now they really do need to get the feel that we're approaching some form of normality and one of the things that felt quite abnormal normal in different. The way they'd like to feel as outdoors. You could understand the breeze blowing and his very little chance of anything happening but indoors. It's still quite safe. If you're vaccinated the data that's accumulated now about the real world. Effectiveness of a vaccine really makes the risk of getting infected extraordinarily low. And if you do get infected. The risk of getting any serious disease is even lower brow. He's completely changed these tune. I i've been wanting to do the sun last year. I'm going to request it today. Because you have your little database there I would like to hear foul cheese. No reason to wear a mask clip. Okay i have. Yeah i think. I can find it here we go. I think this is the one we go right now. In the united states people should not be walking around with masks. You're sure of it because people are listening really closely to this right now. People should not be what. There's no reason to be walking around with a mask when you're in the middle of an outbreak wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block of a droplet but it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is an often. There are unintended consequences. People keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face. Then can you get some schmitz's staying inside their butts course but when you think mask you should think of healthcare providers needing them and people were ill there you go. Yeah that was right in the middle of the pandemic by the way it was it was but you know what we got to see. Science work in real time john. The science changed. We had new science.

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Principles Of Success For A Lifetime: Going the Extra Mile

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Principles Of Success For A Lifetime: Going the Extra Mile

"The extra mile is the theme here. Going the extra mile is rendering more and better service than you are paid for with with a positive mental attitude about Iraq. And in fact, in thinking of Richie shortens, the positive mental attitude and refers to it as watching European. A so, I think that's interesting that there's two parts to this rendering more and better serve. But also with a positive mental attitude, feeling good about it. So, I wrote down just three, you know, thoughts from that one is the it's my pleasure attitude. And if you program yourself to always say, when somebody says, thank you to say. It's my pleasure, that reinforces your positive mental attitude, just by saying it. Even if you don't necessarily feel it subconsciously, you're going to start feeling it. But I'll tell you where you were reading that point where my mind went dead. In the extra mile is rendering the more and better service than you. You're paid for with a positive mental attitude that is a sort of, I guess a cousin to doing what you don't want to do when you don't want to do it the same level. But the last bit of are saying, is really where I think that success for it at the highest level, right? And so it's interesting when you are going through the process of learning something, when you're wanting to be really good at it, you can shown up, you can go through the motions. You can, you know, like say, for example, you're learning to pick up the phone and you're going to start a directly soliciting contacting proactively communicating with perspective sellers right home. And so a lot of you will, you know, load blade go through the actions of maybe forcing yourself to do it, you know, you'll go and you'll get the list, you'll start making the calls, you'll read the scripture, go through the process, but you're really not doing it with any sort of intensity. You really not doing it with the intention of helping people. Let alone setting a listing appointment and as a result, you don't get any results from it and maybe log, Have, you know, you're being forced to do it or course to do it. You keep on doing, you keep on doing it. And eventually, what's going to happen is you're going to make one call, you're going to feel a little bit different. Maybe the caffeine is hitting at the exact mileage when you're supposed to be asking. If the appointment then all of a sudden your energy levels going to take up a few notches. And all of a sudden you're gonna start feeling like, you know, you're you're really in tune with wanting to help this person, solve the problem with the house and all of a sudden you suck

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Bye Bye Cellulite?

Art Beauty

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Bye Bye Cellulite?

"Today my fabulous co host is dr cats. He is a board certified dermatologist and director of the geneva skin and laser center. Right here in manhattan dr katz. Thank you so much for being with us today. Number with you So everybody's gonna wanna listen up because cellulite. It is a huge problem. I feel like having been in this beauty community forever. The way that i look at cellulite is that it's kind of like if your boss was to bring their bratty child to a party. It's something we all know about. It's it's a problem we all have to deal with. But there's nothing you can really do about it so nobody wants to touch it. Is that pretty accurate. That's how cellulite has been regarded. Yeah absolutely i mean we. We used to call cellulite. The holy grail he goes there have been so. Many treatments have been touted to work from lasers to Radio frequency to topical agents caffeine aminov. Flynn medication that you rub on his skin. All different types of things and you know what most of them did nothing you know. It's it's interesting too. Because i think that i want to talk a little bit about what cellulite is. What causes it. But before we get into that. I also want to specify boomer talking sometimes about you know quote unquote treating things. There's a difference between actually trading a problem and making it appear like making the appearance. Less notable and i think sometimes people confuse that they think fit like. Oh if i use this cream. This cream is actually going to treat it when really know it might help make the appearance somewhat less noticeable things like

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"caffeine" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"It. Yeah rage it's making it worse so all in all i mean. Coffee has positive and negative effect shore. And you just know your body and how it affects. You and i take it inauguration. Whatever as as long as the body can stay hydrated him from water. You know because as you're drinking coffee like you need to drink that much water in addition to the water that you already should drink like one one to one so three cups of coffee needed drink. Three cups of water. Plus whatever might. Yeah and you did give us that figure once. What was it again. It's different for every wait. In half your rate in half an ounce is like a good baseline it's a little bit better than just saying everybody drink glass right because everybody's different size your weight cut in half an ounce and then for our international listeners not announces but whatever half milliliter in however leaders or water leaders. Yeah i don't know either start. You guys what you're doing. Yeah sorry we're not on the same metrics makes way more sense but anyway i don't understand it so i think more than even that like we should be listening looking for signs of dehydration and listening to her body when it says that we're thirsty and just maybe maybe like the trick is to not pay attention to a certain amount of water to drink. Just like drink or yeah. Yeah all right so just real. Quick about decaf decaf. Coffee is sometimes on alternative to regular but keep in mind that the removal of the caffeine is from the coffee bean which is done like in a processing way chemicals. Yeah it you're actually taking away the good stuff that's fair the antioxidants and polyphenyls really and maybe even like bad down. Also i would sometimes get organic de half. does that that maybe. The chemicals aren't maybe. Yeah i mean because we're speaking to the bean. When i was pregnant i would drink decaf. Yes you know. You're not supposed to have caffeine when you're pregnant. I feel like there's still some caffeine. There's still Just not the same. Yeah and i also heard that the darker the roast though less caffeine there isn't it i i ask your buddy. Yes my having Yeah somebody come. We're gonna have a little more in depth discussion with somebody who roasts coffee bonus episode. Yeah can't wait. And i wanna like that. The caffeine they do take away Whatever it is whatever they leave behind they are taking some out coffee. The coffee industry cells that caffeine to the pharmaceutical industry and the food industry home to put back in to painkillers. Painkillers have caffeine and they give they also sell it to like soda companies to put the hearing in their drink. Wow well yeah. That's interesting same and on that out. Oh a little disturbing some of it. I will still drink my coffee. Drink my coffee. I drank while. I drink a couple cups morning. Yes water cousin water before yeah drink and then as kind of drinking but kind of messes up my leg. It's ritualistic for me forever. I'm drinking at like by myself. Nobody else's away. I'm getting a lot of shit on. I get it. Yeah you're like. I'm on fire really are well. That's great. well thank you. I mean a lot of good information. Yeah so next time like we said we'll have our friend a local coffee. Roaster come in and give us a little more information on the process and yeah Which i think is going to be interesting. So we're looking forward to that. Yeah so yeah episode and thanks for listening. Join us on our social media instagram. Can we help you. Underscore and on facebook where we talk about our past episodes Slow video clips. Some personal style. Yeah it's pretty fun and then if you want to contact us you can email us at. Can we help you at gmail.com and please do like and subscribe find rating. Do and then we'll talk to you..

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"caffeine" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"caffeine" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"So okay. So then there's more mature. Signs of dehydration Heartburn because it takes moisture to create stomach acid. Okay makes sense. Yeah joint pain okay. There's no shock. Absorption back pain migraines fibromyalgia which is chronic fatigue. Constipation because your body can't of the ways. Yes and colitis which is an inflammatory reaction in the colon. He's up get like stomach cramps. yeah So we do it to ourselves just like a by the sparkling water. We put things in our bodies that help dehydration like what trying. Yeah really yeah. And of course these beverages deplete are hydration reserves calls the negative effect and like we said soda tease alcohol and coffee. These are all diabetics. Anything with caffeine. Which i'm going to go into so this means. They deplete the hydration within the body by causing arteries veins to vaso construct. So they get smaller and tighter. That doesn't sound good. Doesn't it not sound good. Yeah so okay. So what happens when we drink coffee. Antion sodas and all the other shot him instead of water. Okay so the natural stimulants in coffee are large quantities of copper and lesser amounts of. Theo filane so theo. Filing it is in coffee. It's a natural stimulant in. it is just like the fan. The it's additional substance. Yeah yeah found in coughing lesser amounts than caffeine. But still so. Theo filing it opens the airways in your lungs but lacks the muscles and decreasing the response to substances that. Cause your airways to constrict. So it's like doing the opposite of what it's supposed to do. Oh it's like relaxing relaxing. Your long must work good work okay. Might makes it like like lazy. Yeah okay. Because i was thinking. That doesn't sound bad necessarily feels. Oh you breathe more easily but no yelling that it makes it less effective height Less effect just like it makes the beans and arteries like less effect. Us a factor. Yeah tightening yeah can't flow yell at through. Yeah so both caffeine. And the theo filing our central nervous system stimulants and dehydrating agents because of their strong diuretic on the kidneys the kidney filters blood and gets waste ready to leave the body so one cup of coffee contains about eighty five milligrams of caffeine so it takes one thousand milligrams to make one gram and one gram is about the size of the paper clip k stick of gum arrays them a thumb tack. That's one gram is not weird to think of it. It helped me because when you look at like sugar quantity in a drank. Twenty five grams as twenty. Five reasons sticks Wow all right good. I'll be able to apart this information to my family. Yeah so that's when you think about it one cup of coffee contains eighty five milligrams of caffeine. It takes one milligrams to make one gram okay. So we're not talking like a big quantity. I think he's just very powerful. Engine traded concentrated. Yeah so for healthy adults about four hundred milligrams which is about four cups of caffeine per day is considered safe and doesn't raise any particular health concerns. Let's have can. I just ask you a quick. Yeah did you ever read the girl with the dragon. Tattoo your yeah. Do you remember in that book. They are constantly putting on that whole series concierge cups of coffee. Yeah and that was in sweden. Was it not yes. Evidently they drink more coffee than anybody. Yeah and that's demonstrated as demonstrated by that. I mean it's like all day long. They're going to start investigating this. We're going to talk about this put on a couple of carpet on. They do. And certainly when i was when i lived there. I remember seeing like there's coffee all the time. Will they have fica which was like the snack in the afternoon and afternoon. Coffee coffee coffee everywhere. I remember like i would send back coffee home to my parents and grandparents day. Love that yeah. I didn't drink it them. I didn't i was like seventeen. Eighteen has its drinking coffee where in high school Yeah one girl and my high school drank coffee like all the time carrying it around all the time we rely on continental we go to the the diner and me and my friends and we would sit and drink coffee coffee house but it was nothing enlightened happening. Yeah okay so back to what happens when we to us when we drink up so the central nervous stimulants they release energy and for the scienc- people in the body. It's called atp at the energy so the stimulants in the coffee released the ep from are stored energy and cells. So that's what caffeine is doing. It's releasing your stored energy so it's giving you energy. It's on your energy and like yeah and shooting it out to you so as it takes energy storage it is overriding the body's natural release of energy. So when it comes time for the body to need that energy that was there. It's like not there since rob being robbing your energy. Yeah so because of that. Certain hormones and transmitters that are just minding their own business In your body it will be limited because caffeine is already like taking it. So caffeine causes this override effect until a lower level of energy storage is reach so excess caffeine will end up depleting the atp stored energy in the brain and body possibly contributing to short attention spans especially in children jinking. These says yeah and sugary drinks energy drinks because all the all caffeine has the same effect short so a consumption can also cause chronic fatigue syndrome. And eventually too much. Intake of caffeine will exhaust the heart muscle because of over-stimulation. You don't exhaust the heart now. Terrible now so yeah it has also been shown that the effects of drinking caffeine inhibits an important enzyme. Just going to say it's the pd enzyme involved in.

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The History Of The Cola Wars

Conspiracy Theories

04:49 min | 2 years ago

The History Of The Cola Wars

"In the late eighteen eighties. Pharmacist named john doc. Pemberton decided to get rich selling homemade cures and elixirs. We should note in spite of his nickname. Doc wasn't a traditional doctor. He hadn't trained in mainstream medical practice instead advocating for alternative treatments and remedies and he wasn't alone in his passions late nineteenth century doctors and patients. We're wild about drugs. And even pharmacists could get rich quick selling inert or sometimes dangerous products as cure all remedies before pemberton's time even something as benign as ketchup was marketed. As a treatment for diarrhea jaundice and rheumatism bayer pharmaceuticals pedaled heroin as a cough suppressant and a safer alternative to morphine and literal snake. Oil salesman claimed that rattlesnakes fluids could cure their gullible customers. It's no wonder that. Pemberton figured he could brew his own dubious remedy in make a fortune. His first hit product was called. French wine coca. It contains several ingredients that would raise eyebrows today but they were considered healthy at the time. Things like wine and coca leaves which contain cocaine. Pemberton claimed that french wine coca was an energy drink and a remedy for morphine addiction and the people loved it. Unsurprisingly the beverage sold well but it wasn't long before pemberton ran into an obstacle just months after french. Wine coca hit. The shelves at the end of eighteen eighty five fulton county georgia outlawed alcohol atlanta based dot. Pemberton had a new problem realizing he probably never strike it big with his mental tonic. Pemberton went back to the drawing board. He wanted to replicate french wine. Coca success but with a non alcoholic beverage. Luckily he had a new product in. Mind it too featured coca leaves but he added the kola nut a west african fruit pit. That's high in caffeine. The mixture of coca and cola gave customers a mild buzz and inspired the drinks name. Coca-cola the beverage sold modestly in its first year unfortunately. Pemberton wasn't particularly skilled with marketing. and distribution. so shortly before his death he sold the business to a fellow druggist with more business. Sense acer candler from their candler built a beverage empire through soda fountains in the nineteenth century. Chola manufacturers generally sold syrup to local businesses. This was more efficient because soda. Bottling technology was fairly new and not widespread yet. They're carbonated water was added to the syrup. So the coke was fresh and fizzy when it was served. Gamblers forward thinking mindset. Didn't stop there. He knew he could reach more customers if he didn't limit his avenues of distribution so in eighteen eighty nine. He sold bottling rights to a plant in chattanooga tennessee. Now customers didn't need to visit the nearest soda fountain for a glass of coca cola. They could buy it the corner shop and drink it at home then. Candler made another even bigger shakeup. He altered the coca cola recipe. We don't know all the changes candler made to the recipe. But we know one of his goals. He didn't want to sell cocaine to his customers and he had two reasons why first candler was very religious second and more importantly he was racist. Most soda fountains were segregated. So only white people could drink coca cola on tap but once he started selling bottled coke. Southern newspapers began printing rumors of quote negro cocaine fiends. In quote white supremacists suggested that the soda drove people of color to commit violent crimes including sexual assault hypocritically. Nobody expressed any concern. That cocaine might drive a white people to commit crimes and to be realistic. There probably wasn't enough cocaine in the beverage to spur consumers to violence although it's hard to say because it doesn't seem like anyone was tracking how much they were using in the recipe. Regardless candler was committed to eliminating the coke from coke.

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NY House Democrat calls for Cuomo to resign after latest allegation

All In with Chris Hayes

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

NY House Democrat calls for Cuomo to resign after latest allegation

"Just moments ago. New york congressman caffeine rights. Democrat called on new york governor. Cuomo to resign. The time has come. She says governor signed that comes after a third woman has now come forward to tell the new york times when we'll made unwanted advances to her at a wedding touching her hair back and asking if he could kiss her. That is the picture of taking at the moment of the moment in question. Now that news breaking tonight just hours. After new york's attorney general letitia james announced. Her office will move forward with an independent investigation into allegations of sexual harassment. by cuomo. promising that quote the findings will be disclosed and a public report over the weekend. A second former aide had gone on the record new york times accusing the governor of sexual harassment. Cuomo the allegations. He released an apology on sunday. Saying i now understand. My interactions may have been insensitive or two personal that some of my comments given my position made others feel in ways i never intend

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UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

ESPN FC

03:36 min | 2 years ago

UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

"Welcome insulation of spnfz down. Thomas during the today by allie. Moreno gotten off coffee. You'll be hitter flags on a big win for you today but we start in the champions leaks good matches. Isn't it coming up over the next couple of days. We'll stop at looking trump. Let's go madrid against chelsea some other. The chelsea as favourite not six to four on to advanced next trying athletics. Eleven to ten men rapids. He absolutely flying in la league the first half of the season they have somewhat just a little bit foreign off. Course levante being very much thorn in that side. You're against on wednesday lost on saturday. Let's welcome shall we. Don't just sit low. Lo look ahead to this game. Say let's start off with a athletic perspective xiaowei. What's going wrong with them. They all right. I think we'll go move the wrong with them. In part was that this was likely to happen at some stage. Although perhaps not in quite this way bear mind. They've now dropped many points in twelve days as they had in the inside season up until that point but is in for full-on collapse in all four games. It's one victory to drills the fate as a site. that'd be on such good full. It was fifty four fifty seven points at fifty fifty seven points in the first half the season that it feels like a glass. I think in a way if you look at the results before this games way they were always on edge there again where they were just about coming through very light winner. You've are weiner out of s for example that going behind much more often than previously remember they concedes remedies minute behind in the entire season. That's not happen more often. They're conceding early goals. They gonna seven games in a row conceding so it was the probably some point tip slightly now not into a full blown crisis but certainly into a situation where they were necessarily gonna mean sign that level incredible efficiency in winning games that they had up until fruitful weeks ago and coming up against a chelsea side. Don still unbeaten under to call but very very ordinary against hanson. Yeah just methodical. The hard sites watch chelsea they get. The job done. Didn't against that in the drawer but they were hard. Watch nothing. thomas tickle early on. I think he's testing these players. Think he's testing. Mentality is testing the players and different systems. Put the weekend. He lasted fifteen minutes and took stripe off again so he didn't work took off the ball put about so it's a chelsea sought while you won't you come on west off whereas the where's the attack and fled just very very methodical. Caffeine phoenix can tighten me. I can't imagine be free flowing ends and talking football full three job so don just call chelsea methodical and if you think of you don't feel like hey look at them they're open. They're attacking they're going to commit number full and so therefore if you have an athletic team that has been struggling to get results and you have a team. That is quote unquote methodical. Then yes you're exactly correct. This is not four three. this is set pieces. This is very tied very tactical certainly in the first leg in which is going gonna make it physical from. They have to get back to that. They've lost a little bit of that and they've lost a little bit of attention to details in the game against the weekend. Golda was not scored by motorists early on. There's the ball over the top from set piece attack and said piece of mind on a mis-clearance goes over fifty yards and morales one one situation against like that doesn't happen against atlantic city. But it's been happening more and more often over the last ten days or so they have to clean up those details and clean those details where you're going to find something that is going to be very very difficult to beat

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Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure

Atlanta's Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure

"Caffeine changes. Your brain research has found that regular caffeine consumption does not actually disrupt quality sleep, but it can alter the part of the brain connected to memory reporter Jim Priscilla says. Scientists find caffeine can reduce the brain's gray matter in the cortex. But if you cut off the caffeine, the effects temporary caffeine is the world's most

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The Swedish Secret to Happy, Productive Work Days

Kottke Ride Home

03:40 min | 2 years ago

The Swedish Secret to Happy, Productive Work Days

"There's yet another scandinavian term. Making the trending rounds lately. This one has been around in some circles for a while. There even used to cafe in manhattan by this name that went to a few times. It's called fica f. i a and it's basically the swedish word for a coffee break but in practice means so much more quoting courts. The word fica is used both as a noun and a verb and is derived from the swedish word for coffey. A national obsession for the world's third largest coffee drinking nation unlike the american style. Caffeine jolt the swedish coffee break is a moment to literally leave work behind taken first around ten. Am and then at three pm. It's not a strategy for multitasking or for fitting in another mini meeting. It's a chance to relax in the company colleagues. The longstanding swedish social ritual doesn't necessarily even have to involve coffee. the key is to pause your day and quote. You can have your coffee or tea. Whatever your pleasure. And ideally you'd pair your beverage with a fresh baked good but the main point is to take a real actual break from work lars lund. Who owned that chain of fika coffee shops here in new york city told courts that taking a fica break two or three times a day makes them more productive and number of studies have backed this up. According again in two thousand ten grant thornton study found that swedish workers were the least stressed worldwide. Perhaps in part because we companies are experimenting with the six hour work day and made fica mandatory and even though only one percent of swedish employees work overtime according to the latest oecd better life index. They're not any less productive linkoping. university professor. Rebecca adult suard has studied the history of swedish social rituals and says breaks like fica may actually boost productivity studies. Show that people who take a break from the work don't do less. It's actually the opposite. Efficiency at work can benefit from these kinds of get togethers. She writes on her university blog. Her observations support a two thousand fourteen stanford university work productivity study that argues for capping the work week at fifty hours maximum and quotes and nyaka yano. The general design manager at moody says she noticed that swedish workers are exceptionally good at switching between relaxation and focus and within office space is the fact that the break is taken. Together across hierarchies putting all that aside for a few minutes can really help break down barriers and encourage healthy forms of bonding among colleagues. When i read about fika. I realized that i've kind of set my schedule up this way without meaning to i take a mid morning break to have a snack and coffee and pull myself away from the endless feeds and e mails. I'd been staring at all morning. And then i take another no screen break in the afternoon. Once this podcast goes up. of course. i'm not in an office. Space chatting with co workers and always manage to take both of those breaks every day. But that's the goal. And on the days that i do. There is a noticeable difference in my energy focus and overall contentment levels. Now i just need to get better about my baked goods game if you want to dive deeper into fica. There's a few books out there. One that kept popping up for me is actually a recipe book but it also includes a lot of information about the custom in how to adopt it in your own life. it's called fica. The art of the swedish coffee break by annaborough bonus and johanna pinball and the official sweden youtube account also produced a six part series on fica back in two thousand sixteen that you can watch to learn more about it links to both of those in the show notes

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