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"canyon ranch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | Last week

"canyon ranch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Flames. While the family says about 400 people stop by each night to take a look. Currently must just look really realistic. Let's take a look at this wreck on the 14 investigates rocks on the 14th south of Soledad Canyon. It is erect, but it has just moved over to the right shoulder, so you'll experience a little bit of congestion right around Aguadilla Canyon Ranch Cucamonga on the 15 south before baseline That's erected does block the right lane and your drive is tangled up a ride around the 2 10 K if I and this guy is sponsored by injury attorneys, superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff bought back to downtown Los Angeles. Just honest. Yes, indeed. L A city fire really has their hands full with a couple of commercial buildings on fire has been working for born our not deliver work here. The address from city fires a toe one South Crocker that's right on the edge of the flower. Garment textures. There's who are very, very busy spot there really was still working is starting to lay down a little bit. Looks a little bit better from my vantage point, But so a lot of smoke coming up in a lot of pipes and and cruise, they're working away. Ada one South cracker is kind of close toe eighth in San Pedro. So I'd be very careful if you driving around there other that drive to downtown Los Angeles to get busy, That's for sure. But still in pretty good shape. As a matter of fact, the five now from the 605 all the way up to the East l A interchange, you'll be okay. All I'm still open injured in an accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com. Jeff Bark, a F I and this guy and find this guy helps get you there Faster. I'm robbing banks backs were calm for most of last night's Dodgers Braves National League Championship Series opener. Atlanta put a run up first, and that was answered by Enrique Hernandez in the fifth swing and a fly ball.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"A lot of work as well. Write it on. I have a lot of I have a knee zing volunteers that have been doing deliveries and some of them. I mean, they do deliveries for a good eight hours in the day. On DH, You know it. They're doing it to help and they're doing it because they want Teo and it's It's amazing were amazing people around us that have all just really stepped up. Tio help others in the community. I really wanted Teo hit home like that. These like These shacks like these are really, really amazing Chef And these these these families are getting meals that are not just thrown together. They're like they're the love in the time taken into it by every single one of these chefs. That's what really, really special about this. And I know when I was reading more information about hashtag 24 meals I love that you You have this kind of word of mouth thing by getting other other chefs involved because it's just raising the awareness on it. And I love I love the Noh and inspirational message like I just thought it's great because it's so much more than just, you know, giving someone a meal. You're you're kind of just like spreading. That that sense of community so, Chef Pete, how did you get involved? Were you nominated Because you say chefs have to nominate like someone else, Right? T be a part of it. I was I was nominated in no time at all. There was a runner that showed up with my mystery basket. And the chef and nominated chef Janine from Sarah's restaurant. Actually give me £2 of wasabi powder is very grateful for that, because I really had no clue how to incorporate that. But but I mean it work one of one of the great things about this for me. Especially being a chef on a stripper at Canyon Ranch..

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:05 min | 8 months ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcome we've got a really informative and entertaining show this Saturday Dr mark Hyman actually I met the doctor at canyon ranch where he was revolutionary innovative amazing things to really get your health in great shape anyway doctor mark has become a legend in the world of medicine and food and he's coming along to visit and so it is a young mother who started life grown up life is a model and is now one of the leading food personalities and she tells us that she literally changed the feel good aspect in her family by dealing with some movies could that be possible anyway the show you're going to enjoy and of course we have all been pre occupied with a virus a crazy virus that is now reported in almost every continent except Antarctica and this has become a reality I happen to have the television on the other day and most of the reporters were talking about stock up four weeks of food stock up on water and when I went even to the pharmacy the shelves were empty hand sanitizers are gone the market's water is flying out of there and we can't even say they're crazy they're creating a panic because none of us really know the big question for a lot of people is if you're planning a trip should you cancel well it depends on where you're going you know I have people asking me that all the time me I would cancel and I'm not a scaredy cats but I would this is just not a good time to travel who wants to worry about it and most of the airlines are saying they would give refunds now effect they're canceling a lot of trips so you may be a person who has really good travel insurance you may be a person young who's very healthy or you may be a person that's just going to Florida you know not an area that is considered troublesome so those are all issues you have to deal with if you have a trip and you just decide you want to cancel because you're afraid that is not going to get your money back but if you were calling to R. ran over to Seattle or to an area where there's a big increase that's a good possibility that they will refund you insurance is very tricky because it has to be able to cover the areas that will include this if you are planning on going to China or career or ran or Italy or Japan those are not good choices right now and many airlines like American we will cancel if you were going through them to these places so will the United and jet blue I got a note an email from them saying you can change or cancel free no matter where you're going so that's pretty good about I think it's important to mention that because honestly everyone is preoccupied trying to get pure rail anywhere you know the hand sanitizer you can't so if you're looking for something to do this plane going on in the city do you now the intrepid sea air and space museum is having a strong army nights for a couple of months and this is a series that takes place after hours one of them is April third may first June nineteen and then in the fall local astronomers let you use their high powered telescopes and you can see stars and planets in the night skies and it's a great thing.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:26 min | 11 months ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And her name is Trish Silverman interest it's a pleasure and you were also the dietician at canyon ranch yeah years back I was out at the ranch thank you thank you so much for having me on today this is so exciting I'm I'm so thrilled to have you with us okay we're in the midst of the this season to season and people are are are in and we're all saying the heck with that I can have one more or I can have a taste of this in a taste of that and and a little extra sauce on this in a little extra cream on that and all of a sudden we're kind of like filing grows it always like off the end of the at the end of the holiday everybody is looking forward to getting back to a healthy routine but you have some great tips straight so that we don't have to get that low and feel that grows yeah one of the chips the antidote to feeling that way one of them is to eat salad get a great salad for lunch now this time of year people are really busy so it's good to know where your go to places are still up on healthy food this time of year when people are busy they might say well let's just great pizza or go to the food court and they might not make the best choices but if you're out and about you could stop at one of the solid places like a sweet green or like be good where you can go get a really good salad so I think people ought to think when they get stressed we need healthy food that story need healthy food the most another thing I find interesting is that people turned into a whole house season I say keep it's a holiday don't turn it into a hall of weekend a whole week or that Hollis season or maybe even the holy year if we kind of get out of control but we want to enjoy the holiday and then the next day try to get back to healthful eating as soon as possible and one of the tips I have for people is the next day don't be so hard on yourself to try either really help filling the next day after the holiday but maybe don't worry so much about your portions maybe isn't about the following day so that it's not like I have to cut back my portions and it really helped me because sometimes I can drive you try to be too strict it can drive you back into eating more of those on helpful leftovers sure and and you you write about this in the new book hi health dividends I have lots of tips and inspirational stories in the book but what makes it so good is that you work with real people you have real clients yeah yeah I have a lot of clients I go to a lot of employee wellness sites across Massachusetts and I've been traveling across the country as well speaking at business conventions and I have coaching clients and I help them with lots of different strategies that I have and some other unique that you know they might not have thought about before such as combat in your corner dot one of them that can be really helpful that many people that I've worked with they just sort of buried under their Qatar and once they start cleaning up their clutter then there are other goals are easier to achieve it's really amazing safety transformations that I've seen when people have cleaned up their work spaces or their homes it's so interesting isn't it how for some people that clutter keeps us from where we need to go I know if you think about if you ever watched any of the hoarding shows a lot of the people on the wording shows are over weight and when you look at research it shows that quarter is associated with binge eating and risk carrying around extra weight on your body I find not even myself I have this I got a weight bench for Valentine's day a few years ago which I recommend aspirin non food gifts to be trying to watch your weight and I took a picture for social media and where I cleaned up my weight bench area and made it really pretty neat and it made me feel so good and I realize myself like well when I cleaned up that area it just made everything feel nice my brain everything just felt a lot clearer you can get more mental clarity which that can help you focus on the goals that you want to get when you clean up that clutter around you can you talk to the head and that makes tremendous says can you share a little bit though that what we don't understand is the food that were eating because this thing called inflammation in the body yeah now most people don't care about that word and and they don't really pay much attention to it but when you're sixty seventy and an older that inflammation causes I diss all of the diseases that we stop for as a society thanks to you yes you have some really great tips for longevity yes share some of my tips and and what you said is so true informations up the stage for heart disease and cancer and diabetes carrying around extra weight put you in a state of low grade inflammation so it's just another reason to you know for people to be mindful of the weight they turn around and just never give up that's what the vice I have for people but for longevity I teach healthy aging at Northeastern University and an active aging certification across the country and I go to a lot of senior centers across Massachusetts so I love to help people with their health one of the things that people can do to live a long healthy life is to eat more vegetables try to fill up half your plate with vegetables now the good news about nutrition is it doesn't matter what you eat at your last meal or yesterday we can change things today at the next meal you can change what you eat for lunch or dinner tonight eat lots of vegetables and then eat the rainbow and I definitely don't mean skittles by that but eat a rainbow array of fresh fruits and vegetables to try to get different colors info longevity the blue area of the rainbow particularly important blueberries are service are so staid with helping with short term memory so get your bluish purplish color than that that might be maybe you want to get purple potatoes the next time you see them in the supermarket maybe wanna get purple cabbage your blackberry so maybe you really love blueberries now another tip that I have is to consume small amounts of nuts and seeds throughout the day and you were mentioning information so wrong knocks and pumpkin seeds and hemp seeds and chia seeds they have omega three fats and these help to fight against information also fatty fish like salmon as well but if you're not eating fish the nuts and seeds can be so helpful that I wrote about this guy can in my book is a hundred and three and I met him at the sterling senior center and can when I met him it was in let's use two thousand fourteen he was in the nineties up the time he had his hot girlfriend in her eighties that consumes who's living the life yeah like living independently and one of the day we got to chatting at the end of my presentation and I was asking about what he eats and he showed me what he had for its not that day and that was not he pulled out a bag knocked out of his pocket not since seeds are one of those keys to longevity along with beans and reducing the meat red meat in your diet that's pork beef and lamb and then replacing it with more beans but it's you know amazing when you meet older people who are fully functioning living independently and really enjoying life and you know finding out what they do is just so inspirational to me I love that I just love that story really great story and I'm Trish let's talk about let's talk about when the holiday is over then what we put a lot of expectations on ourselves what what is over you cut off for a moment I'm sorry the holidays are over when they're over yes okay so what should we do one thing that is are they are really nice strategy is to create a vision board of what you want and then take inspired actions to get there and it's a fun activity go to a bookstore and your CV sit and get a bunch of magazines that inspire you still might be Oakridge magazine or you know maybe it's one of those small homes magazines for decorating ideas maybe it's Inc magazine entrepreneur magazine whatever you want in your future get some magazines and my wrist we're not represent some of that maybe it's oxygen magazine or weight lifting or shape magazine and then you put pictures on the board of what your what you want in your future and then you take inspired actions to get there so maybe you put someone with them you know from yoga journal with the state yoga body all right well how do we get there that's when we set goals to get there and what I do with with clients and I recommend to people is set small goals to get you there so one with this week let's just make sure we start looking not where the yoga places in the area maybe we get on Groupon and get a deal for a local yokel place so let's let's make the first step to just figure out where we're going to go that's this week and then maybe next week with their I. Tuesday night that's the night I'm gonna try this yoga class for me would help me back for so many years from yoga with not having a yoga mat and sounds so silly sometimes yeah yeah right like this tiny to what may not even below Trish I'm so sorry we're out of time on this website the book is available wherever books are sold and it's called at the division so many dot com Amazon and wells we both missed music on Cape Cod in Orleans and all over the country this is nationally hurts.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

Jazzed About Work

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

"Toxic and you can get ill with because it's one of the four fat that's all you will vitamin says K. A. D. and E. and those are fat soluble which means they can hang around and if you taking too much they will say round in you. You can get toxic. I actually had a person went into kidney failure and liver failure because they took a excessive amounts of vitamin D so make sure you check with with your doctor before you're taking vitamin. D just check your level in the first place and if you go on it then you should probably check it again in a finite period later depending on what your doctor thanks and recheck level to make sure it's in the right range when I got here to Candy Ranch fifteen years ago. They were advising a lot more supplements. They felt that we that our diets or whatever and probably that talk in fifteen years ago or may not have been as good as they are now but we were advising more more supplementation. We were doing a lot more testing but we've really gotten away from that. Because we really feel you know we were born to eat real food and something that should be used as the term says supplementation. They're individuals that just can't absorb certain B vitamins because of certain physical conditions. They need to be checked by vitamins. If you buy for example in too much alcohol even if you're eating well alcohol hinders the absorption certainly vitamin. It's you probably need more by the vitamins. If you have some of the mallets option syndromes the worst of course ILIAC which we all hear about all the time which which is a sensory sensitivity to gluten those people because they have a really messed up absorptive system across got cut they absorb very few vitamins and minerals and so you have to constantly check and make sure they're getting the appropriate amount those are kind of the extremes. I don't even recommend anymore a multivitamin for everyone because there was a huge study several years ago they looked at thirty eight thousand individuals in Iowa and had two different groups and they looked at the morbidity and mortality associated with those people that took vitamins of all development and those that did not really didn't see any difference so I don't recommend it for everyone. There are certain people that probably need it. What about what about herbals. Do I recommend herbals occasionally. I do and some people are advised bore. Some people like herbals over regular routine pharmaceutical drugs one of the examples I commonly use. I I will use ginger. I really liked ginger because number one it settles down your stomach and I'm using it more or less for people that have arthritis because because it has anti arthritic medicate chemicals in it they're called Cox two inhibitors which are saying chemicals that you find in the prescription Asian drug for arthritis called celebrates and I recommend ginger root to take it every day they it doesn't work as rapidly ascended the arthritis bills. It's not like you take one eight feel better but if you take ginger root taking it on a regular basis it really has been shown to help decrease arthritic pain a word arthritis would have been the best ask for somebody that has a real more aggressive arthritis rheumatoid probably not but but the majority of all of us have some form of arthritis especially as we get older and ginger is fine ginger is an and I use it for even for people that have upset stomach. Would your mom used to give you when you were little. You know they she gave me ginger. Ale your stomach MC L. different cases. I've used different things..

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

Jazzed About Work

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

"Could ever want to take. It's been shown to decrease the risk of developing at least thirty five have different chronic ailments and so it's it's it's a no brainer and when people look at real athletes people out for hours and hours exercising. They'll think that you know that's what we're comparing ourselves to. I'm talking about a moderate exercises one hundred and fifty minutes a week so I have a lot of coaching coaching clients who have big jobs high stress jobs and I know that there are a lot of guests like that at Canyon ranch people work all the time and when I talk to them about fitness as part of being their best at work they often give me one of two excuses either they say they can't possibly exercise because they are just so busy and they have such big jobs or they say they've already got health problems and they can exercise because their knee as bad or they don't have enough breath and they don't WanNa have a heart attack. Do you hear those two excuses all the time and these are not from the extreme people. These are the people who don't know how to get started. What do you say that tried to move past those excuses. I tell them I I fall. Exercise is just as important as eatings just as important as sleeping for your health and we never think about well. I'm just GonNa Miss my meals for the day because I don't have time for that. I'm not going to sleep because I don't have time for that. We know that those are really important and the the exercise is just as important. I just said thirty five chronic illnesses are decreased by exercising on a regular basis and I just go what you've got to do is figure. We're out of time now. A Lotta people say what is the best time of day to exercise and some people is in the evening but the majority of us if we don't start off amid the beginning of the day and exercise more Alvin. We'll have some excuse just tired by the end of the day so I tell people you know you got to set your alarm and and you're GonNa go for an adult plan on even a half hour. You're not at not exercising plan on just fifteen minutes of exercise program and it's just getting out of the House and walking down the street for fifteen minutes at a pretty good pace. That's something to do but you gotTA. You gotTa have do little tricks. My little trick of course people go. We'll take a break. You're the medical director rates. You must love to exercise in reality. I love the exercise but I know how important it is so I play the trick of. I put my shoes right beside my tennis shoes right beside my bed and as soon as I wake up in the morning I gotta step my tennis shoes and reminds me. This is what I've got to do do and so. I don't use that excuse anymore. If you've got time to eat. You've got time to exercise because it just it's just so important for your health on the topic of what's moderate I now I love to walk and I've got two Labrador retrievers so that house keeping me walking but the getting your heart heart rate part up. I don't like so much but what I've been reading is that it doesn't have to be that whole thirty minutes that interval training just just a little bit of getting your heart up on a regular basis. A moderate approach is effective. Is that right that inter just some intervals will help you so interval. Training is exercising at a an pushing yourself to the point. Is You get your heart rate up above eighty five percent of that predicted heart predicted heart rate remember. I said for good exercises between seventy eighty five so you've gotta push it up at different intervals ause. There's different ways of doing that. You're on a treadmill for example. You can be going at a normal pace and then a quarter of the time you put your heart rate. you speed it up or you. Increase your clients. You're pushing and you feel your heart rate going up above that eighty five percent. Is there advantages in this doing this versus regular cardio well. Actually you can burn up twice. As many calories you can spend half the amount of time exercising did get the same effect as the cardio exercise so yeah. There's a there's. There's a lot of advantages to it. The only I think Ma that one disadvantaged in the interval exercises. It's not very much fun if you can barely do the Cardio Alexa cise interval training can be sometimes a little more difficult. It all depends on the person's personality myself personally as I've gotten older. I believe I've Ogden less interval training because when you do interval training you have the potential for having more strains because you're really pushing yourself up there a little bit but if you're really limited ended anti certainly you can do a fifteen minute interval training which you can do thirty minutes of a regular cardio exercise and you mentioned carry a minute ago. I so much of thinking about health is related to diet and nutrition and I've noticed that Canyon ranch's changed a bit on that front over time I it feels to me like the varieties bigger. The volume is bigger and some of the dishes you order and you serving coffee now thinks change over time what what is a good moderate under at starting point well life goes on and and the reality is you need to have people. WanNa follow your healthy ways. In what do we know about L. coffee well. If you have a history of high blood pressure. That's uncontrolled. If you very anxious person if you're trying to get to sleep at night if you have any kind of cardiac rhythm disturbances no. I'm GonNa tell you not to drink the coffee. But what do we know if you have one cup of coffee. If you don't have that stuff going on it's probably absolutely fine line. We had to always remember that. The half life of coffee or caffeine is about seven hours so if you had a cup of coffee seven and hours later he's still got a half a cup of coffee in your system. That's why if you're having problems with your sleep. You've got to be wary about what time of the day you take it but so a cup perfect coffee here there and actually there's some good some studies out there that feel maybe good for the brain to making a sharp you know it's always at what is best for you and there's some people are very anxious. Coffee's not a good thing. There are other people that they can drink water two cups of coffee in the morning. They're absolutely fine. There's we see no negative outcomes to that as far as the amount. I think it used to be more spartan here. I think that was even before I got here. It was a much smaller servings. I think we realize is that we can liberalize that a little bit more. I think the bottom line is what's happening to your weight. You know what's happening to your way size. If it's going down your weight's going down your waist. ASSIZES is going to try to maintain its doing fine. Then what you're eating is probably okay but certainly it's if things are going the other direction. That's when and you're GONNA have to start well my porsche. I need to be more concerned about my portion control so again. It's very individualized. We give general healthy recommendations but but we also feel that is the individualization that is is the key to what our success here what about oh vitamins and supplements and herbs and all those kind of things. Is there a moderate approach so so the answer is again. It's very important to go back. There's there's there's two ways of looking at the first way is again the individualization solicitation everybody has different needs okay so this one-size-fits-all for especially vitamins or several. Mrs Just absolutely wrong Let's take vitamin D now. Everybody says everybody needs vitamin. D Now K. and because the majority of people do need vitamin D because they have all to the physicians and they've listened to all the reports that the sun causes skin cancer. The most common cancer we get is skin cancer so where's the most common culprit. It's decide so everybody's lathered up. Put non hats put non blankets. They go outside. They don't get the Senate like they used to so. We're off the vitamin. D levels low but not everybody needs it. I've checked people here in Arizona that live here vitamin. D levels low. I've checked people in Seattle order by the D. level is fine. You need to check the level because this is one of those things that you can get.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

Jazzed About Work

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

"Dr Brewer. I'm excited although maybe more than moderately excited. I'm excited about your new book doc because you are such a a leader as the medical director at Canyon ranch. You're such a leader in the the latest thinking about how to promote a healthy life but I I wanna read the title of the book. It's kind of long and this title it tells the the story itself. The title is what happened to moderation a common sense approach to improving our health and treating common. The illness is in an age of extremes. It is an age of extremes and I. I think that people will be eager to hear what you have to say okay but before we get into the book. Could you tell us a bit about Canyon ranch. It's a place where my husband and I have gone on off and on over the years and it's it's changed our lives but I don't know if everybody else is familiar. What what's the philosophy and what is it that makes it so different from other kinds of resorts. Well Katie ran a lot of people. Don't have a lot of people haven't even heard of it but it's been around for for forty years now. They're actually celebrating their fortieth anniversary this year and it was started by a guy named. Mel Zuckerman who basically was kind of out of control and his life was a developer here in Tucson really bright guy but knew that you know he was not very healthy. Overweight overweight probably doing a little smoke and probably drink a little bit too much alcohol said finally looked in the mirror said I need to do something about this so he goes to a spa in ojai California and he went there for three days. He called his wife up after about a week saying I better stay. I think you ought to come over here with me so he stay for a month and it was so he couldn't even walk one hundred yards analysis running two miles. He's lost twenty pounds feeling the best. He's felt in years. Z. Said I need to take this philosophy back home so he he and his wife looked around and found this old dude ranch here in the Canyon and Sabino Canyon and that's where it started and it was started with this sense of How can we be healthier and that was his philosophy was very different than the typical quote quote unquote spas out there which are wonderful wonderful things feeling waters. Lotta massages if we do that here but it's beyond that I mean he felt it is important to develop this bubble of of of health and what do I mean by that. It's kind of interesting over the years. When I was in private the practice before I came here and I've been here now fifteen years I would see patients and you know. I knew they were overweight. They were out of control. There live live. Maybe doing some things probably habits that we're not good for them and I would advise them to go. See A nutritionist. seeing Z. Get get involved with maybe one of the local fitness centers and also maybe they ought to deal with their berries. It seemed to be falling apart and I see him a year later. Their marriage is still falling apart. They gained ten pounds bore and they're still eating careone going to McDonald's every day and and it was because they went went right back into into their environment the beauty of our places we have this incredible healthy environment but I've got him under the bubble for a for a week or longer and they learned to live this healthy. Lifestyle is not a lot of super rocket science. We know but we do We don't just put what we think is healthy food out. We have nutritious. We we have people that have done. They're all master's above level and their job is to look at all the research and what is the science out there. What is the best diet. And what is the best. That's palatable it. Does you know good to tell somebody discreet food because it's really healthy for you want to eat it in so palatability. I think it's been really important. We try to do things here in terms of exercise with masters and and above educated of people in terms of exercise exercise physiology again we meet you where you are and increase your exercise program and we live in a world of stress now and by dealing with a less stressful events and the counselors helpful so our philosophy is basically putting in in this wonderful healthy scientifically based environment and uh we mix it up and you come out usually pretty good so you move from. I guess starting your career as a family practitioner you describe yourself somewhere as a country doctor and then at some point fifteen years ago after a distinguished career are in medicine you arrived in Canyon ranch in the bubble where there is a whole community of people who are trying to be Helsinki. Did it have an impact on how you manage your own health was so interesting you say that when I came here I have been I I was a country doctor for several years actually went back into education. I was teaching for a while and then went to suburban practice but in the Middle Oh that suburban practice I became a director of integrated medicine for hospital system and that was one of the reasons that I was able to come to Kenya is because of my position there. I I walked in kind of fool myself thinking I'm going to bring in all this great new information and it didn't take me very long to realize that I was going to probably learn more than they were. GonNa Learn for me. Hey because it's it's you go to a higher level. It's not like I okay. I exercise three times a week. You look around you and everybody's exercising four Warren five times a week. You don't think you know like well. Normally in the in the real world got oh gosh was a little ice cream here or there well sure ice cream is five five once in a while but only on special occasions and it's amazing when your place in this environment how much better improve it. I ended up losing ten pounds really it was not the lose ten pounds. I just got did a healthier life and also I think my my mental status seemed to improve better because we focus on the mind fullness here and meditation and relaxation and I didn't realize that my life was kind of a little stressful and by doing doing some very simple techniques that were not extensive. I was able to relax better and sleep better. The things you're talking talking about. don't necessarily sound moderate. I bet to some of our listeners exercising five times a week and trying new things what do you mean by moderate and and what are some keys to a moderate approach and and and what's what's the extreme approach you think that maybe people are going overboard with elsewhere. Well when we look at extremes of versing we think about is politics. Unfortunately fortunately we see the or either extreme extreme writer extreme loud didn't know there seems to be no way between world. It's happened also in terms of our health that our education here. I mean with exercise for example anymore people feel like if you're not running a marathon John if you're not joining the Spartan groups if you're not doing cross fit every day then you must not exercising I get I it's funny. It's all all almost invariably every other day I will get somebody. Come up to me and say Dr Bro. I understand you're a runner well. How many marathons heavy run I said well. I've never run a marathon and they just look at gas. Ask like how can you consider yourself of being an exerciser. If you're not running marathons those are the extremes we it's been shown that if hugh exercise for one hundred and fifty minutes a week okay which is about thirty minutes five times of a week if you exercise get get your heart rate up so you know that you're pushing yourself kind of an easy way of determining whether nine you're getting your heart rate up. It's take your age and subtracted from the number number two hundred twenty and that's kind of a guesstimate maximum ouray and if you can exercise in a brain of keeping your heart rate between seventy percent of that AH in eighty five percent of that you're doing a good cardio exercise and that's and that's not killing yourself not alpher long hours. I get up in the morning five days. A week and I go for a run about three miles which takes about thirty minutes. It's so important because that simple one hundred fifty minutes a week is is probably more powerful than any kind of medication you.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Not alone and you can choose something of it's like the agency that you're talking about before you may have agency over the circumstance that will or will not bring you to your knees but at some point you do have agency over the choices you make when you're there where I guess the challenges realizing that I just WanNa pause recognize how brilliant it was what she just said in how you said that's exactly right right down to the challenges not realizing that you're that agency and I think that is the place to community lifts to remind us that we have agency in our lives not the agency that we would want. I can't magically make you realize that you can <hes> you know magically. Make bitcoins fall from the sky as if such things existed but had more agency than you can feel you have even if you have the agency to take a shower. I mean it's interesting because to me it seems like and I wonder if this is a common experience the thing that allows you to start or to acknowledge that or at least in your case maybe it sounds again from the outside looking in was you had cultivated a relationship in a sense of trust in somebody over time so that when you were in that place and that person told you know no you have a choice here you might add a felt it you might not have fully believed it but you believed it just enough to take that person's advice and store to store to go from a place of reactivity to intentionally. And let let your action star to prove the truth of what she said. You know I hear Ganda. I think you're seeing something really important brilliant and you're helping me see something that I didn't see before yes. You're right about everything the thing that you said and I would add to it that I believe I may not have believed that I had agency but I believe Dr Sayers in. If Dr Sayers said I could go to Canyon ranch then I could go to Canyon ranch. It was like I outsourced sourced my agency to my therapist because I could trust her because if all else failed she hadn't yet proved me wrong or prove me right. She hadn't yet failed me. The the didn't mean she didn't hit me off at times but it meant that if she said I could go to Canyon ranch I go to Canyon ranch. I could never have come up with that. Idea my own to thank you for helping me see that so I'm GonNa get straight to the point. Do you sell stuff any stuff online. Then you know what a pain the shipping process can be time consuming expensive always is copying and pasting orders from multiple sites trying to figure out the best carrier kind of a big that hassle sue. We've got you covered with ship station. So whether you're selling on Ebay agenda Amazon CHAPA FI or over a hundred other popular selling channels channels ship station led to.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"I remember when i was at canyon ranch house by health resort in the late nineties and i got everybody together nutritionist owners the chefs and we all center on this big meeting and i got up and said you know we have an extraordinary opportunity here this place is a healing house box to make food is medicine and incorporate that and the menu and the head chef got up and he was in dignity says this is not an effing hospital this is you know and he was just going crazy about this simple idea that we could have food and yet you've been thinking about this for so long yeah in fact when you were up in a that would be up in lenox yeah so i was in candy ranch in tucson and spending hours sitting with duct together hauser mhm member him yeah all right so in those days i felt that i was a you know just what an opportunity for somebody the talk to me a infamy that scheme so many questions though as we have an incredible amount of time in the nineties and later yeah and i was curious about any kind of test it we take 'cause i can't remember the owner of the kennel history mel mel flew me out there in the eighties yup and asked me if i could help him an unlike a chef that you just mentioned which sometimes it's a we have it on both sides sometimes doctors believe that only sign hits a certain doctors will be the only science came really cure people a and then we have the arrogance of chefs who think that you know this is only way i'm gonna go a when i when i saw there was at that time was a lot of food that was even though it was clean it wasn't what we call living food a lot of things that were bottles and different kinds of things like this and i said i i don't like that tasty often it's not in fact i'm always amazed at a not this place but other places are a pretty much better job and i had been to michelle gellar on in the south of france if you know that family but they have the huge spun eugene laid down mhm which family goes back i think either nine generations let me show is one of the pioneers of nouveau cuisine one of the first chefs who had the whole world a drawing to his restaurant in paris so when i went there i so wow this is amazing what and he's doing it i did that in nineteen eighty nine when he's bigger gardens integrating people understand about plants and to go back a little bit earlier there was eight farm called capitol lands in coventry connecticut and this lady he wrote over fifty books on gardening in plants and herbs and a hundred acres and we used to go with a whole team there well unto rented buses on sunday and we would cook with her chef and she i insisted well she made the demands but everybody had the take a three hour lectured by her before we go into her seventeen sixty soapbox houses and we were just cook together and spend the whole day rate rate a not even a quarter mile from nathan hale homes that she had olmstead satellite nathan homestead and we all walked plants and she had at that time balmy forty read maizels in seventy green bay's this is going back in the eighties so before all the all the micro beans in her blossoms and all this she was one adele simmons was yeah so you know there was a foundation of things i hadn't really yeah employed as much as i could until i realized the strength of health and how do we share in get people to execute and feel comfortable with areas have great flavor but a great service have helped to amazing and that's where we are today amazing and as you know we just finished a two year documentary in in it with nhk yeah the japanese natural broadcasting in the.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"But by the, by the time we get to the end of the century, I, I think we'll be about one hundred for long jibbidy in the US. That means at age seventy-five, you're probably still working at least by choice or by necessity, creating doing something. So I think that that period midlife used to be a crisis now marathon. And that's what led me to saying. You know what we need to figure this wisdom school? How do people go into midlife and not think of life as being just a one tank journey fuel up with all of your education and support up to age twenty or twenty five and then you drive this vehicle that we call our bodies for the rest of our life and at midlife. You're starting to run on fumes and you need a need a pit stop. And so the modern elder academy is the idea of that pit stop. And I think it's going to help to create a new category of. Of academia, or even hospitality real estate, which is the mid life, wisdom school, just like Kenya ranch forty years ago, Melker Mun overweight accountant from LA wanted to go to place to get healthy and all the places that he saw forty years ago. Mostly, like fat, farms, and mostly for women. And he ended up creating canyon ranch in Tucson, and it really sort of basically created a new hospital real estate category called the destination spa resort spas. It existed for thousands of years, but not a category of real estate called destination spot resort. So I think that's what I'm trying to do. So to, to answer in the long winded way. Liz question when I see something like that, and I can see that I can be a social entrepreneur, that's actually trying to fix a societal ill, which is ageism and people getting stuck in midlife. I'm going to do that. In this case. I'm doing it as a social entrepreneur with social enterprise, where sixty percent of the people are on scholarship. So. On funding a million dollars a year in scholarships that, that is something I want to bet on, but I wanna bet on it as a catalyst for others to do their things. Just let's what I was gonna Bernie man created much Brennaman credit, a great idea. And so there's a bunch of ten principles festivals around the world Esselin. Great idea nineteen sixty two lead to one hundred personal growth retreat centers. The kademi is proof of concept prove concept and a catalyst for others social entrepreneurs around the world, to say, let's create one in the sacred valley of Peru, or in Kyoto Japan or in the Catskills of New York are, do you think when you say I could see a bunch of work arounds to the one location limitations?.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And I think it had dropped like seven hundred points or something which at the time was, like phenomenal number anyway, right around that time I started having this. I just couldn't sleep. I was just not happy. And it was. I was thirty seven thirty eight years old. So in hindsight, it was clearly entering midlife, and like the systems collapsing all around me. And then I thought I couldn't go out and fundraise with Fred and raise a new venture capital fund for flat aren't. And so, I decided to leave the fund but I decided to leave the fund Ango to J P Morgan because I thought that the problem was changing the externalities, right? Right. And so then I took a position starting January first two thousand and two and as we were talking about before by February it, it's Siri was just not working, and I remember going into see my boss at the time guy named Jeff Walker and who's vice chairman of the Bank is still very close friend. And I remember saying I can't do it. I just can't do it and I think probably a few months after the canyon ranch. Visit and said, I'm not going to renew my contract. The end of this year, and he said, well, what are you going to do? And I, I don't know. But for the first time in my life, I'm going to be without a job since I, I'm since I was about thirteen. And I'm going to be liberated from this definition from this from. This notion of like wearing somebody else's suit of clothes, and it was incredibly scary. It was incredibly hard was the trigger hate to Trump was the Jeff rigor that you had a preset scheduled meeting for the renewal of the contract of kind of shit or get off the pot in the sense. No. So you sit dinner. It was dinner. Okay. It was dinner and it's like Jeff I need to have a dinner and into talk about this, because the presumption, everybody renewed their contract, did something prompt. Was there a particular day or moment that prompted you asking him out to dinner? It was a growing sense that, you know, so I went down to canyon ranch, and I read these books. Let your life, speak, holy shit..

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Retail tycoon Philip Green charged in U.S. with spanking pilates teacher

The World

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Retail tycoon Philip Green charged in U.S. with spanking pilates teacher

"The British retail tycoon, sa- Philip green has been charged in the United States with four counts of assault against a fitness instructor in the state of Arizona. David Willis reports the allegations center on the luxurious resort of canyon ranch in Tucson, Arizona Philip is facing four counts of misdemeanor battery one of which relates to an alleged incident in January of twenty six. The other three to an alleged incident. In January, twenty eighteen court hearing is due to take place in Tucson in two and a half weeks time statement issued by the Acadia group said strenuously denied the allegations, adding that the charges constituted minor offenses in the US and noted, there was no suggestion of sexual assault or sexual misconduct from the

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Survey showed the support of the first amendment among college students seems to be decreasing forty one percent of college students believe, all speech should not be protected and over half leave. It is appropriate to shout down speakers. They do not agree with although eighty three percent believe violence to end speech. They do not agree with is never acceptable. So as we approach Memorial Day weekend, and many Californians are now scrambling to find one of those camping spots, those prized camping spots this morning. We're going to go a little bit deeper on the limited space at our state parks. There are two hundred eighty state parks and beaches in California, but with a growing population in tourism industry, they can be overcrowded, of course during the summer season, especially the most popular ones. California has not added a new state park in more than a decade, spokeswoman glorious Sandovol says it's not that they don't want to. Two. Visitors but it's also important for us to provide clean restrooms. You know to be able to six some of the issues, perhaps been in place for years because of deferred maintenance, so it's not that we haven't been open to acquire new to be more strategic more creative, and work with our partners on that a small, and hopefully together, we could provide or enhance our state park system. So they haven't yet in the last ten years, they say they are willing to and Sarah, Barth speaking of partners is with a group called simple viruns, there, nonprofit group, they worked to preserve the redwoods, and they say that organizations, just like the one that she's with they are holding thousands of acres of land. That is ready to be turned over to the parks in our case over two thousand acres that were meant to be added to the state park system, and have not been able to be added because state parks reluctant. So the land is out there protected and ready to go when parks is ready to acquire those lands. So park says we're ready to. To go. And we just heard somebody from a private non-profit saying, well, we've got it. We're ready to do this parks, isn't ready to go. Get these two sides together. All right, Barth, cites examples of curry canyon ranch in contra Costa county, nonprofits banded together. They bought it for over seven million dollars five years ago before it got developed, they offered to sell it to the state, but it's in limbo due to lack of money. And Barth says there are plenty of areas of California that could use additional park land, areas of high population like the bay area or just seeing credible concentration of us. And also, you know land increasingly hard to find that can be protected because of the development pressure. So I think where you've got development pressure combined with population intensity is where we should be seeing new parks established a Christina. We got one more clip. I wanna get to we'll do that after we do traffic.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"That's a win. That's a win. But there's this quirks of the schedule that always either really bother you or your happy about like, I think it's like the third or fourth year in a row that the bills are playing the patriots like in one of the last two weeks of the season in New England. Of course, like that happens every year, they actually gave the bills three home games in a row in November. Which I thought in late October early November, which I thought was cool. That's because they want him to play all those nights home games before it starts snowing. Right. Well, lately, they've been getting three December home games for like the last two or three years this year. They have less home games later in the year and more home games of September and October. So. So there you go. I think anyone that looks at your schedule of your favorite team and rattles off all the wins and losses verbally to their you know, to themselves or to their wife or their children or their dog is a moron. I just wanted to say that because there's you have no clue what your team's gonna do. You have absolutely zero idea. You have no absolutely no recourse for telling me who's going to win some football game in September October, November December shut up. Honestly. I mean, I look at the schedule. It means nothing to me. I'll tell you another thing when they do that draft for three days. Call me when it's over that to me. I I'd rather literally be in a like a spa somewhere getting a massage like out in the canyon ranch or something because I think it's boring. The people of that thing it's now prime time. It's on in Nashville. It's going to be on network television. And everything I think it's boring. I couldn't be more dull if you ask me, it's the dose thing I've ever seen. I like seeing eighteen drafted when it's over when they've gone through the seven.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Iheart radio app. New Hampshire records its first flu death this season. The victim reportedly an adult from Cheshire county the state bureau of infectious diseases says they're starting to see significant increases in flu like illnesses. More than sixty schools in the granite state reporting students absence due to flu like symptoms and experts say it is still not too late and still the best policy to get a flu shot luxury resort canyon. Ranch in the berkshires facing a one million dollar lawsuit. A woman spending a spa weekend at the lenox spot says she suffered an allergic reaction after being served a veggie burger that contained cashews she's allergic to nuts. The woman says she went into anticlimactic shock broke out in hives got sick in the back of an ambulance. No comment from canyon ranch. State Representative Paul mcmurtry, not mincing his words in a strong denial of accusations of his involvement of inappropriate conduct. An investigation now underway at the state house after house speaker Bob deleo says he was tipped off by four lawmakers of this issue during a cocktail party welcoming in new legislators it happened last month. And in a statement of Boston's NewsRadio mcmurtry says, the accusations are absolutely positively unequivocally. Not true eighteen twenty nine degrees in Boston nothing but clouds to Queen Elizabeth's husband involved in. A car crash in rural England the story from CBS's Matt piper. He wasn't hurt. But ninety seven year old Prince Philip was involved in a car crash near as a state about one hundred miles north of London. The rains wherever he was driving overturned Barack asleep. Queen Elizabeth's husband was not hurt in the accident at all police say the Royal was pulling out of a driveway onto the road when the accident occurred. It has a lot of people asking why does it the ninety seven year old let someone else drive them around piper? CBS news.

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Winners at the national suit of health. He's board certified interim medicine Cialis. And really extraordinary guy. Who's? I think published more books than I do which out even how he does that. But somehow he does that for number one year time sellers nine overall top ten bestsellers, really great, man. And he's the one who helped me come to Cleveland Clinic invited me to come here to try to bring a different way of thinking and replace him because he was trying to go on. And I came it was really a breakthrough. I really Mike has been a key part of the advancement of what we're doing here in function. So Mike, welcome to the doctors pharmacy. It's great to be here. Thank you. So great to be on with you. I remember I being on shows with you with Dr Oz before there was a doctor show. There was the radio show, which you and he did. And I remember being in that studio and funny Oprah radio at that time us, right? And the producer Robin Burson is now a good friend of mine. She was a just a undergraduate, and then she went to medical school Columbia's. She might me to speak on function medicine there and start a whole company to bring functional medicine to millennials, which is pretty awesome. So it's it's all goes around. So Mike, you know, you wrote a new book called what to eat when which is not just about what we eat. But when we eat and right. So most of the books that are come out are about what we eat. And that's important. But what we started doing was asking people when they eat, and as you know nights. Hi meeting is common. Yes. But that's a real problem in when we got delved into the science, and it's really new science. We found out that circadian rhythms. You know, your metabolism goes up and down as the day goes through and the your metabolism is highest in the morning and in in evening. So if you've got a normal blood sugar in the morning by the end of the day, you're pre diabetic. Yeah. And so you in fact, produce fat when you eat at the end of the day. Yeah. So what we learned from this new science was that when you eat is really important and you want to eat when the sun is out. So if you need a light bulb like these lights to eat, you shouldn't be doing it. There you go. Well, this fast thing because it's such a such a controversy or I remember when I was at canyon ranch. We were advising people not late at night. And we found that the studies that show that if you eight two thousand calories throughout the day, you actually burn more calories and didn't gain weight. Whereas if you. Eight them all at dinner. You would actually gain weight Saint calories. Right..

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Goes. Oh, and she I think it was pretty amazing. She was right on about this. And that I think I like, and I wrote I them this is what I wrote. I said how about believing in yourself? Okay. So they're like she was dead on sizing the exact dead on. This was amazing. You know, I I know I've had three readings and over the years, and she's always been so right about everything. Oh boy. So I'm like how about believing in yourself to make your dreams happen and not a stranger whom you pay. What is the benefit of knowing shorter? Someone saying don't go to the borderline nightclub on Wednesday, November fifteen th two thousand eighteen nothing is that to know ahead of time. Sorry, I don't get it. They get in your head. And I believe it can prevent you from living truthfully in having hope and faith in yourself and your future. And she goes, I just want someone to tell me that. I just wanted to know that I will find love and be successful. I go you will find love you will be successful three fifty please. I was like I'm not bagging on psychics. If. No. But it's interesting that I'm sure every cyclic will tell you that ninety percent of their clients are women. Why is that why? Because you want that reassurance. And you want that? Okay. And I I went to a psychic in my late twenties. And one thing she said, yeah, it did happen. And then the next time log averages, and the actual was I see on channel eleven I'm like, FOX network. Yeah. I've never had a series or anything on FOX narrow accents ever. And and I was just like, I don't know if they're intuitive or whatever I'm not saying, but nobody can see the future. No, one told us stay home on nine eleven. Nobody said it one second. That's like here's my from a year ago. I saw this happen. So it's like, I just I do I remember I went to a what was it? Actually, it's really good a tarot card reader at canyon ranch. And she was more of like, she was a psychologist who just used the cards to like work on your issues. So I was like, oh this is good because she's not predicting. I don't believe I predict understood. This this one thing she said to me which I loved because it was so wrong. Because at the time I had to deal with HBO for a series with me. And Jim Carey I remember that. Yeah. And she said, oh, it's definitely going to happen. So inside I go is not avenue. Like, I just know. It's bullshit. So, but then the greatest thing was I have a friend who has an intuitive friend who gives you fucking readings. If you want him or not like, I'm just kinda standing there. Like, you know, I hated her. She goes like this to me. This was when I was struggling by get the divorce or not 'cause I wasn't listening to my heart. And she goes Jimmy has someone you'll miss as a deep presence in your life. And I'm like, well, he's not a deep presence right now. So maybe you should just go and fuck into the buffet bitch because I'm like don't fucking tell me shit that. I just know in my gut is true. Yeah. You know, whoever needs to believe this shit believes it, but I think it's all away of going. Let me just not look within we. Yeah. We're scared of what? Find in there because I mean, that's like the medium thing. I still think is I do a really funny impression of Tyler Henry just because I just can't it's right? So in just enjoy ably funny for me right to act when he doesn't know who anybody is and everything, but at least that's soothing like, you'd never see a medium go, you know, what your dad's really pissed at you. He's really angry that you. It's always ear at peace or at great. So I'm like if you want to go to medium and have that peace fine that tying the debt is not going to affect your life. Right. But it's the future stuff that I think like when people I have friends that that well, the guy you're with Dow it's not gonna work out. There's going to be a guy with a letter e it is day next. And that's going to be married..

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"canyon ranch" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"canyon ranch" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"I'm Krista Tippett. And this is on beings. Unheard cuts up next my unedited conversation with contemporary of teacher Mira by Bush. There is a shorter produced version of this at apple podcast, Google podcasts Spotify or wherever you like to listen. That was that wasn't. You was it. Yeah. That's what I thought. Hello. Hello. Hello. Hello. Does that Mary by it is mere by hi, Krista? I I'm so glad you made it safely. I did not want to have any any damage to you on my conscience. The roads were great. Okay. You know by the time I got on. There was I've been on texting in on Email. It's various friends that area who are all kind of freaked out about the weather. Yeah. It's been a lot. Yeah. We're weary. Yeah. Yeah. And it's a lot of shoveling and snowball somebody said grumpy grumpy. Yeah. So Chris are do you want us to just Chit chat for a minute. All right. Sure. So tell me something let's not want. I'm so happy. We're doing this first of all, but I don't want. I don't want to risk using I think profound until we're going so tell me something mundane like what you had for breakfast. I add. Granola yogurt and banana was very good. Okay. Although I wanted something warm, but I couldn't figure that out. So. I have for breakfast. Get a gold star for healthiness. Last week. I was out at canyon ranch. So you know, one has to be healthy for a while. After after that. That's. I though it was that your award for having that. Yeah. Well, I went there's one right near us and lenox mass. Yeah. I went there to work with some funds to set up a program, you know, for re strengthening, and I've actually had a fabulous recovery. I feel great. But I wanted to keep strengthening so and basically, of course, they told me everything I already know. But it was nice to hear from somebody else. I actually haven't been to canyon ranch. I mean, I've heard that. It's really wonderful. So it's one of my aspirants. Okay. Doing it. Okay. Chris few think, we're good. Oh, okay. All right. Okay. I do have what I do have water. Okay. And we don't do we have a hard stop or anything. Heart. Stop at two thirty our time three thirty your time. Okay. Is it? Okay. If I drink water during absolutely. And this is totally this is completely non linear. And you can you know, we can edit things out if you need join a stop or if you want to go back to something we'll edited for broadcast. Yeah. Just a real conversation. Nothing. I would rather do. Okay. Well, let's see. We can we begin. Okay. Terrific..

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‘SNL': Alum Seth Meyers and ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Awkwafina to Host October Episodes

Donna and Steve

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

‘SNL': Alum Seth Meyers and ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Awkwafina to Host October Episodes

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