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A Banana a Day Keeps the Heart Disease Away
"What's the topic for this week this week? We are talking about bananas bananas. Yeah, you know, we always have that old adage of an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but we can actually add a banana into that too and banana a day may keep the heart disease away. Oh heart disease. Okay. Well, I'm listening bananas have a lot of cardiovascular health benefits because of the nutrients that are in them and here again kind of like wage. Talked about on a previous podcast of potatoes being banished right as a a food that is too high in whatever bananas have often been relegated to that category as well because they're always considered to be thinking that they're high in sugar and that sugar content is, you know too much for our you know, our blood sugar levels that but actually a bananas are actually in the office low glycemic category. Hm all different stages of ripeness. So for example, a under ripe banana, which we would basically call like a green banana. It's glycemic index level is a 30 which is really low to be low glycemic. You need to be between 1 and 55. So 30 is considered a very low glycemic if you have a slightly under ripe banana, that's yellow with a little bit of green. The GI is 42. Okay, and then in a ripe banana cake Can all yellow his fifty-one so you're kind of getting close to the 55, but it's still in the low range and then an overripe yellow flecked with brown has a GI of Forty-Eight. So all varieties of banana and no matter what type stage they're all low low glycemic. Hm. So I think that that's a you know, it's a myth that's been perpetuated and of course, you know, we have different sized bananas that you can buy. There's like really big ones during those small ones. So I always try to go with the medium sized banana cuz that's what these GI numbers are from. Well I can see why the internet just kind of grabs onto that. It's got a lot of sugar boy if we only didn't have bananas we would be better people. I don't know what the deal is but they really don't like bananas the internet. Yeah, and you know, we see that in low carb diets and those types of things that bananas are off the list but so here's a nutrient quality of bananas. They're high in vitamin K. 6 about 25% of our daily value comes from a banana and they also have vitamin C fiber 11% of our daily need for fiber is from a banana. And of course, they're very rich in potassium. Oh, that's that a medium sized banana has about four hundred milligrams of potassium. So I'm not good for our emotional health isn't that potassium is good for a number of things but really good for the cardiovascular system potassium is also an electrolyte so long we need it to have fluid balance within our body kind of has an electrolyte is something that has like a little electrical charge within the body. So it it actually takes care of our own nervous system all of the nerve impulses that we have. So potassium's important for that. But in terms of cardiovascular health are actually three different ways that bananas help. So the first one off It has to do with the potassium content because potassium is a mineral for maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function. And so the inclusion of bananas can help prevent high blood pressure and protect against atherosclerosis, which is basically atherosclerosis is like when you have inflammation in the arteries and they constrict and oftentimes cholesterol buildup can occur because of that so that's really important a second cardiovascular benefit from bananas involves their content of something called sterols. So bananas are there's no fat food, but one type of fat they do have are small amounts of these compounds called sterols, like saitou sterile campus sterile and stigma sterile and they look structurally similar to cholesterol. So when we say sterile people might not think of cholesterol, but cholesterol is a type of sterile as well. They're they're all similar compounds month. Literally, so these plant sterols because they are structurally similar to cholesterol. They can block the absorption of dietary cholesterol. So if you if you have some cholesterol in your meal, but you also have eaten a banana along with it though sterols and the banana May block the absorption of some of that other cholesterol from your meal off then that helps keep your blood cholesterol levels in check. Wow, so that's and that's another you know, really important aspect of having plant Foods in the diet as a lot of plant Foods off kardos have sterols and them as well and that's like avocados are known to be a cholesterol-lowering food because of their sterile content and then a third type of cardiovascular benefit from banana juice is has to do with their fiber content. I probably talked about this before but bananas are really good source of something called soluble fiber which fiber dissolves in a Fluidity Waters that are you know, from foods that are coming through your digestive tract. So it forms kind of like a gel in a way. I always like to use an example of cuz people can use this visual what happens when you put chia seeds with water. They they absorb the water and they jell up they make like a almost like a gel and so that's happening in your intestine when you have soluble fiber in your diet. So bananas have a lot of soluble fiber and what that does is it attracts cholesterol to it and it also attracts even some of the carbohydrates and sugars from the meal. It tracks them into that gel and then they don't get absorbed into your bloodstream. They stay in the stool and then they are eliminated through the bowel movement rather than actually having them into the bloodstream. So that's how soluble fiber manages our blood sugar and manages our cholesterol levels. So that's you know, some bananas man. They're really good. Yep. Really good, they also so something really interesting with athletic performance that I found information on about the banana. So the name of a unique mix of vitamins minerals and the low glycemic carbohydrates making them a favorite fruit among athletes a study of distance cyclists found that eating the equivalent of about one half of a banana every 15 minutes of a 3-hour race was just as good as keeping energy levels steady as drinking an equivalent amount of a carbohydrate and minerals from a processed
How one catering company found success by hiring ex-convicts as employees
"Up First Today we hear from Alex Head Chef and entrepreneur behind social country, london-based events and contracts catering company with four sites in the capital. What makes a business rather specialists that she works with UK prisons, mentoring prisoners, and she also employers ex offenders. So what's it like to work with prisoners who are rice out of jail and? That's more business should do the same I caught up with Alex to hear more and I she told me how entrepreneurial story with food began already when she was fifteen and selling sandwiches in Riyadh where her family moved for Work Gosh. So I was quite not when I was younger and I was expelled from school just being really noisy. So I got home for the kind of Easter holidays my own said, well, you better make some pocket money. So I thought my goodness, how am I going to make some money and I printed out some clip posters Dayton if you're old enough to remember clip up I. Definitely am and I went up to my dad's and put them on the wall and I sat by the phone I waited for it to ring. So I sat by the phone and in came the sandwich orders and I delivered some really crap sandwiches totally overpriced to people stuck ultimately in the middle of the desert we didn't have delivery back in the day. So my sandwiches really with the option for my dad's to enjoy. So I started selling them and managed to make a tiny bit of money and not just kind of I suppose fueled my entrepreneurial spirit exactly in two thousand eleven you launched the social. Penser Pros, how you got the idea to launch that business sense what was the gap in the market you saw yet? So I would love to say that it was really planned and I put lays of time and effort into business plan. I definitely didn't. So I'd hit London when I was Kinda early twenties opening restaurants and as running them for other people and we opened a little pizza place behind circus and after six months it closed so actually didn't work which was one of the best. Business lessons I've ever can have learned really it taught me so much and luckily it wasn't kind of any of my investment or any of my money. So I was twenty five and I was back to waitressing again at time I already had a couple of catering clients that is doing the ordinance for their freezer or very simple kind of cooking for and so I decided that I would give that a go and I would kind of go food time with my hobby at that time. We'll mike an of pocket money stream which was social pantry. So I. was in my flat in Battersea I think probably had a couple of hundred quid which I spent on a website and I made some really shoddy looking business cards and I handed them out and I disconnect waited for the orders to roll in and the business grew from there from the little flat word of mouth meant each event another event of the back of it and said sorted. so organically in a tiny little. Flat in Battersea or do you think that was? Why do you think you were so successful from the beginning? Did you do something Rice or were you look? Oh, my goodness. I have done lots of things well, and my goodness if I got it wrong over the years later it is definitely. So challenging running a business and I am the first to say that God I like to think I've made every mistake that someone can make but I think if you're reactive to the mistakes you. Make a mistake if you learn from it, then you're going to survive as a business. I'm back in the day I just made sure really that I serve great food. So really tasty food and I served smile and at the beginning I was cooking I was serving I was driving it. I was doing everything and I made sure really the product was great and still now eight years online is on, I can't remember I didn't make sure that the people that the events of fantastic and. Food the product is really fantastic as well. What is your food philosophy? What's okay? So fresh seasonal and delicious is tagline and we have always from the word go caps it just really kind of simple good food is locally sourced. It's delicious back in the day it was myself cooking. So it was quite simple. It was just really you know tasty seasonal food. Now we have a fantastic team chefs who really are incredible. So the you know we now a competing with those really big caterers. So the level of finances you know we're right up there as one of London's goatee caters. So the food now is really incredible. But if you to visit one of my cafes, it's lovely to salads big, day yesterday my dad and we had big Chia sandwiches Guja, salads loads of Fateh which a bloody love and we had some nice fresh juices coffee. So it simple but it seasonal and local suppliers. I think is really interesting earlier. You mentioned that you've made many many mistakes and you've. Learned from them, can you give me examples what have been the most educational mistakes you have made yes? Oh Gosh I think I mean it's so talented I think one of the things I really struggled with there's a managing a team it can be really challenging I. Think you know nothing can really prepare you for that I. Think if you were to go off and do other university degrees under the sun you've got to practice practice makes perfect managing and you know I suppose going leading it's. But ultimately, where we've grown a bit too quickly, that's something that I would look back on. Okay. We've won intendo or we have said Yes to something can actually you know we can pull it off we've done well but internally we need more structure more people power internally but each time you just you know you learn and adapt but being reactive as what's seven important really
The Obviously-Going-To-Die Stocks
"We're going to start with the stock of the day. Don't call it a comeback bed bath and beyond has been here for years. It's just all that time someone else was running the company but now that Mark Trittin has been in the Corner Office for about a year. We're seeing days like today second quarter profits came in exponentially higher than expected. Same store sales were positive for the first time in four years. The stock is up more than thirty percent this morning. I'm assuming at least part of what we're seeing with the stock is some shortsellers saying that's it. I. Think. I'm. Probably. Bed, bath, and congratulations to march written and Beth by best buy bed bath and beyond. For this quarter, March, written formerly of target, of course, and a few other places before that, I think Nordstrom's and I believe. He had a stint at Nike to could be misquoting. This bed bath and beyond is in a group of companies retailers that I like to call the obvious obviously going to die crowd. And the funny thing about companies that are obviously going to die when they get the right mix of management decision making and in some help from the environment and you know just a little bit of because no one's more aware of a company's struggles at least no one should be more aware of a company struggles then the people inside the company. And that's when you plan your strategy. What are our tools? How can we navigate our way through whatever we found ourselves in business is not easy and certainly for this group retailers that I'm Gonna I'm GONNA hold up. Bed Bath and beyond as one Chris. But you know how about Game Stop Game Stop. The seller of video game systems and Software that of course is going to be the next blockbuster. Right if they writing that headline since two thousand and nine, how `Bout Michael's the craft store everybody knows I. Y has an Amazon run over. And the granddaddy of all of these. Companies that are obviously going to fail. They're obviously going to be taken bricks and mortar is dead is best buy which just before the podcast we were talking about how? How many listeners? Realize, that best buy has been at ten bagger over the past decade they went through some struggles they brought in new management. WHO had a plan? and. I'm sure they were mocked and I'm sure people were skeptical and they executed on that plan and best buy, which was a sub twelve dollar stock in. Two Thousand Ten two thousand eleven is today roughly one hundred twenty dollars stock. And so when you see. I'm a kick myself a little bit on dust by iron best buy bed bath and beyond his too many bees. Bed Bath and beyond. I actually did a little bit of work about a year ago as I was discussing with one of our with one of our foolish coworkers. About this basket of Taylor's who are sure to die. And we had this one. We had game stop we have Michael on the docket and I went through you know what this company's history of cash flow was and what they've done with it and how they've raise capital, and this is before Mr Trenton came on but I. It laid the groundwork for someone with. A better vision to come in and knocked the ball out of the park which you've seen today and and best bed bath, and beyond is as we speak it's now a six th bagger since March of this year and so in the a roughly a year ago when I did my work because I was vigorously debating co I pointed out that in the previous six years here was bed bath and beyond had produced four point two, billion dollars in free cash flow. They had also issued one point five billion dollars in debt and debated smart about the debt because the debts. Basically staggered I think is a ten twenty and thirty years. and. They have to pay it back anytime soon, and they had gone on a massive buyback program. They've they've retired a ton of their shares. Now. Slowly melting ice cube no one's going to want to own this business what have you. But at the time the stock was about ten eleven dollars the company is training but four times enterprise value of free cash flow. that. That is rock bottom fools that is something that is going to go away. That's what the market is telling you. Flash, forward, to today and oh positive cops. Oh. We have a plant. They've they've suspended their dividend they've they've halted their. They've halted their. They suspended the dividend halted their share buyback plan I believe in. April. But with this. With this. report, they have generated a ton of cash flow. They've deployed it smartly they took down some temporary which they had out as part of the PARCO vid. They have bought back twenty percent of that long dated not in any danger to come calling debt they bought that back at a discount. Which is brilliant. They. So they're down to their down net debt down by about thirty percent from where they started the year. They have a store optimization program, which is something that a lot of these retailers the slowly melting ice cube crowd will call them. They are reducing their store count 'cause they don't need it because they can move to ECOMMERCE, which they've done a little bit they can move to. The geography is able he served by less stores and you see a lot of. Traffic that previously went through one store transitions to another and. They are steal a Ron grosses them here they are firing on all cylinders and I'm not sure. Anyone. Thought is coming. I am I am both thrilled that they are doing this they're having success because everyone loves a comeback. I'm less thrilled that you own it and I don't. But. That's mainly because I had this in my hand a year ago Chris and I'm holding it up. The skull of York. And and I'm looking at it and I didn't at least put a little field position because as I said, at the time training for four times free cash flow that is close to no-brainer territory for me. So two other quick data points before we go to our next story. Not. Surprisingly digital sales of big driver this quarter. That goes hand in hand with the store closures so Another smart move by Trittin and his team. And also Happy to see that they're you know suspending the dividend that they're. Suspending the sticking with the we're not going to buy back shares. I'm also happy to see they're not offering guidance. Their New Orleans. No need to at this point. Let's move on the third quarter sales, for Pepsi, grew five percent and. Kind of like we saw three months ago snacks and some of the beverages particularly the Seltzer. Part of their portfolio helping to make up for the fact that somebody restaurants are closed. So many sports and entertainment venues are closed and. That's that's the stock is basically flat and this kind of flat for all of twenty twenty but. Nice to see that the the salty snack part of the business is making up for the sort of the tried and true Pepsi part of the business. Gilead household particularly the soon to be sixteen year. Old Member of the Gillies household has been doing his part to. To to help with the salty snacks portion and shareholders. Thank him. Yeah I was GONNA? Say. You know dude. There are other food groups other than Doritos. Look it was a perfectly acceptable boring quarter from a perfectly acceptable boring company and and I think you know Chris but maybe some of the listeners not know. For, me to call a company perfectly boring from for me. That's a compliment because I like businesses that are boring. Not Terribly exciting person myself I enjoy. Investments in companies that just actually do what we expect them to do, and essentially just get it done quarter after quarter. Pepsi is not GonNa. You know if you'RE LOOKING FOR PEPSI TO BE A. Ten bagger. You know anytime soon like the aforementioned by we mentioned earlier. That's not gonNA happen. They are just a steady bedrock performer for your portfolio and we all need a few of those. So we can go after the more exciting things in our portfolio. Yes. So it was it was A. It was a boring it was a boring quarter but boring is nice because boring boring says, oh, we end up four four plus percent on. Organic revenue growth total revenue growth went up five plus percent. EPS Is up ten percent year-over-year just for the quarter. It's still down for year to date, but of course, Mindy Stan why because the previous quarter? Cova. no-one no-one was new what was going on? So we kind forgive that. They are they're pointing towards the full year. They did give guidance their point point to a full year of approximately four percent revenue growth approximately five fifty core earnings. Stocks at about one hundred, forty bucks. So it's not cheap. But it's not terribly expensive, and again, this is one of those widows and orphans stocks. You can buy put it away and we'll see you when you retire. Hugh Johnston, who's the CFO at Pepsi? Granular on CNBC this morning talking about because when you think about all of the food and beverages they have across their portfolio he got granular talking about the new cheetos macaroni and cheese saying you know they're trying to keep up with demand as a fan of both cheetahs and macaroni and cheese I haven't tried it yet but I can see why it's popular. Any. Do they give any color on the? Two. Portals that they were direct to consumer sites that they launched earlier this year snacks dot com and Pantry shop dot com. Sadly, Chris they did not at least in the conference call or the press the presser maybe in the ten Q I haven't read the ten q yet obviously but. Yeah no snacks dot com I can confirm both of those sites are open and accepting offers as of this moment. SNACKS DOT COM and Pantry shop I think is an interesting one because they are. You know you are buying your you're you're buying all of your Pepsi Slash quaker products. Simultaneously in in in the various groups. So if you want your everyday Pantry, you want to get your your oatmeal and your healthy. Your healthy Chia bars and your rice cakes do people still eat rice cakes and if so why? You can get all those delivered at the same time or your snack package your breakfast package You know it's it's interesting to to have it delivered. I I'M NOT A. I I'm one of the three people in North America is still doing own grocery shopping. So I'm probably target here but I know a lot about the people how to use it and I think probably if I let my as I mentioned a sixteen year old note that this thing existed. It might be his only source of nourishment. So yeah, don't don't. On, the first time I went to that website I kind of went crazy to the point where in the box showed up to two days later even my kids were just like. This is a lot of snacks and was like, yeah I may have ordered too many but but I regret nothing. Playboy. Enterprises is returning to the public markets after nearly a decade and because I was are out of fashion, playboy is going to be doing this through a speck. Mountain Crest acquisition is a current special purpose acquisition company that is going to be taking playboy public through a reverse merger and wants to deal is done that company where the ticker is MC. ABC? Is. The playboy name and the ticker symbol P L B Y? I guess I, I saw this story and I thought, okay I'd that's one way for playboy, which is a private company and has been since twenty eleven. I. Guess That's one way to raise money. I, I, I'm hard pressed though to think that. The second round of playboy being a public company is going to go any better for the company and for investors than it did the first time around. That was my initial take as well, and you say it's one way to raise money I'd say it's one way for insiders to cash out. Tomato Tomato. The more I think about this though. I could be spectacularly wrong and it wouldn't be the first time. This might be quite this might be interesting I can see. I can see a number of thing, and I just find this interesting from a number of re. I as you point out. Yes, playboy. Is private the SPEC the Special Purpose Acquisition Company Mountain Crest Acquisition, company. It's out there. Now it's got. It's a walking wallet got a bunch of cash their stocks over ten dollars specs go at ten bucks. There's nothing you can. You can go buy today Chris if you want. And You can just sit there and wait until the transaction is completed in q one. If. You WANNA own playboy. So, playboy today is not playboy of the past for thing, magazines have died. So, there are no issues of the iconic famous magazine. These no regularly published issues and I believe they went to quarterly publishing versus. Monthly publishing before that. So what playboy is trying to be or this new iteration trying to be a licensing company and they're calling it across four major categories they're saying sexual wellness, which I'm just going to skip to the next one, which is style and apparel which is. Apparel. and accessories for men and women globally gaming and lifestyle also digital gaming hospitality and spirits. So you can get yourself some playboy-branded Bourbon. And beauty and grooming, which is fragrance skin care grooming cosmetics for men and women. Okay. That sounds interesting. They're not a publishing company more avoiding that and I guess they have a bunch of online stuff as well which. Tell people they can go look on their spare time but. They are calling themselves a streamlined high growth business. The company has four hundred million in cash flow contract through the next eighteen years. and has products available for sale and in ten thousand major retail stores. In the US, this is a brandon company. Now, now, what you think of the brand and what you associate with the brand, the iconic a bunny ears brand, of course. Is Is. is going to be probably a nuanced and varied. I can understand why some people. Would not want to do with this brand I completely understand that is not. Bend the most shall we say progressive brand in history? It has fostered some. Attitudes, particularly women that. I think it's fair to say some would find distasteful and I I completely understand why? And for those people, they're just not going to be shareholders and that's that's fine. But what I find interesting about this if this, if the licensing deal and we have, we've already had a certain dry run of this in. Do you know the magazine Maxim? It was. So it's a men's lifestyle magazine, girly pictures, and whatever it was bought by an entity called big holdings. I'm going to say eight nine years ago. With the goal of they went into change it from the the lad magazine into more of a lifestyle brand licensing deal what playboys doing. Now. I mentioned earlier it's important to have You know leaders businesses, you respect and trust big lorry holdings is not one of those businesses but I do know that they even though they're circulation sales are down significantly there they have turned that profitable on a small scale with the licensing strategy. I suspect the playboy will do a better job. And It will depend on the valuation coming out but you know when analogy I might throw up as. As a comparison is. Franchising businesses in the in the restaurant space. So a restaurant brands international, which owns importance and Burger King. Dunkin brands, which of course owns your beloved Dunkin donuts. Those are those are check cashing businesses, they they sell the franchise to a Franchisee. And then take tax six percent of their gross sales and royalties every month plus x percent for advertising they sell you a system and so those are very asset light cash-rich capital Genita- businesses. And part of me wonders here it's obviously not the same as selling. Coffee and whatever. But part of me wonders if that is what this business will look like, and if they are truly in the growth business and the cash generation business, this might be an interesting opportunity. And you just hit on what I think is the most interesting thing to watch. Once it becomes a public entity again, the high growth aspect of this because now we're going to see Now, we're GONNA see through quarterly reports. Okay. Are you growing? Because that's one of those things where we investors and the market in general get to decide what we consider to be high growth And I again I had I had your initial take which was. Oh please. Like if it didn't work the first time. It's going to work less well this time. The more I read about like. I'M GONNA keep an eye on this. Curiosity. Jim Gillies always talking to you. Thanks for being here.
Make a will for free with Freewill
"A lot of US never get around to creating a will to make it easier. The APP free will would like to invite you to use their free online tools. co-founder Jenny Chia sprawling is here to tell us about it hi Jenny. So free will is a website that anyone can make a free state plan on, so that includes a will help care directive and a power of attorney. It's really easy process. You just go to www dot, free dot com, and you answer a series of questions very similar to when attorney might ask you in person, and our software takes those answers and populates a form a legal document that you can then print inside with witnesses and your gotten so on average it takes users about twenty minutes to get a completely free estate plan set up. Already your called free will so this is a totally one hundred percent free will. That's right. It's only possible through the support of nonprofits, so we get one hundred percent of revenue from nonprofits that WanNa make it easy for people to not only set up their estate plans, but also potentially, but you're not required to leave money for charities. Okay because I know people spend a lot of money to lawyers to get will's made. That's right and we think it should be very different access to lies a huge problem in the United States today instead, so we see that you know underrepresented communities have half the rate of will writing than majority communities, and that ends up being a huge barrier to wealth transfer from generation to generation. Some people just never get around to it, aretha. Franklin died without a will. Acting, right and princess well. Wow crazy. So, how long has the been out? It's been out for about three years, and we're actually experiencing a huge spike in demand right now since Kovic started booth, because people are actually able to or think about mortality for the first time, and having really important conversations with their family about what their hopes and dreams are if they were to pass away. How long does it take to create a will on the APP? On average less than twenty minutes. Okay what what motivated to start the at. I the big motivation. Is that you know we talked to a lot of people about their charitable giving and realized a lot of people don't have the ability to gave large amounts of money while. They're saving for their mortgage. Their kids educations things like that, but when they pass away, they might own a home and be willing to share a kind of five or ten percent of that with charity, and it turns out. This kind of charitable giving is actually the largest type of giving. On average in a person's life, so we started free well with the promise of making Book Estate Planning on charitable, giving in not really easy, and we've now raised over one point five billion dollars in commitments attorneys. Host on the charities that have gotten money from you guys. United way of heart. Association's Saint Jude's. People donate to all sorts of causes whether it's the universities that they went to the hospital. They had their children ought. It's just astounding the generosity during this time of course I'm talking to you on video. Video Window here on skype and you look really really young so you in your twenty s. I actually just turned thirty last week, congratulations. You seem very young to be concerned. About will's. Yes, so. You know it's important to write a will even early in life, a lot of people don't realize that one of the biggest purposes of putting a will place is to set up a guardian for your children. To setup protection for your pets and caretakers. If you have those to pass on your digital assets, such as your facebook or instagram account, so this isn't just something that baby boomers who had a house. They want to give away. should be concerned about, but really all people including people. My Age should have advice Jenny. Spalding from free will go to free will dot com. Go to the APP store, I assume the the IRS Google APP stores to download the APP. Just when www dot, free dot com,
The Forgotten Favorites Episode
"Hey there. It's me Lisa. Lillian also known as hungry girl. I am super excited to be here for yet. Another episode of the chew the right thing podcast. How are you? Mike Jamie were good. How are you I am good less melty than I was over the weekend. It's finally cooling off. Fine a line. At least you didn't have a power failure in your house. That is so true. Thank goodness. But if you have a power failure, that's the best excuse to eat everything in the freezer. Is Facing. I was like Tonita everything well Mike. Kept telling me. Don't open the refrigerator or the freezer, so that was my reason, not to and little known fact. That's probably a known fact. I didn't know it. The CDC recommends that you can keep things in the refrigerator for up to four hours as long as you don't open the refrigerator, but after four hours with longer now I throw it all things so I think you can just never open the fridge. I, just like I remember when I, was a child in the power to go out and I want to eat everything. Like funny, it's funny I'm talking about a childhood memory because today's episode is all about forgotten favorites. It's just Retro Very Retro today which I like because I consider myself kind of retro person I feel like all of my like my sensibility, my style. My tastes are a little retro. So agree. Yeah, little, vintage vintage A. I. Don't I'll take that as a compliment. but we've got it all today. We have some tasting. We have a sponsor. We've got news. We have a rousing game of chew or false right. Columbus. I can't even believe it. I'm so excited so I think we should probably just jump on in. have. You heard of avocado milk now. Okay? Well, apparently, it's Jamie have you heard of it only because I. Go on. L.. Apparently, it's a big deal in New Zealand, and it's about to hit the US. The drink is ninety calories a cup and has made with oats, honey freeze dried avocado water and lentil extract and it also they also have a chocolate flavor along with the regular flavor, and the chocolate actually is also ninety calories. They just add cocoa to it. So, we gotta get ourselves some of this and try and try and house the fat content to. We know I didn't look grams per cup. North Bad. Okay now I would try the I trip told. It doesn't sound delicious to me, but I love trying new. Milk Products, and it's always good to check out a new chocolate milk swab, because that calorie count is pretty good so I will give it a shot, but not so excited, so this one is really more for your niece. Lauren and all the other begins out there. Have you ever heard of the Vegan? Hawaiian store called Veg, oh. Okay so it's. It's dubbed the Costco. For vegans and it's an actual story can go and pick up stuff now. It's going to be on the mainland by the end of the summer. It's going to be for delivery only so you order it on to kind of gambling. You ordered online and they they'll send out to you in I guess freeze packed. Boxes and they have every Vegan brand like everyone. I didn't have to name them all. They literally have every V and brand in the store. Oh, wow, that's really cool, so there's not going to be like an actual physical brick and mortar location. It's all online right it's going to be. They're gonNA. PUT Basically warehouses in the major cities, probably at first, and then like Amazon you'll order it, and they'll ship it out from those those warehouses interesting. Amazing I think that's going to be super popular now it's like that. Love it. There's a lot of actually vegan products. That was so funny I was just thinking like. I spend a lot of time. 'cause I am the ultimate carnivore, but I say now these days it's fifty fifty whether I reach for something. That's actually like an animal, product or something. That's made by Gardena or AMY's. That is just sort of a substitute and I love them both so I will be partaking true excellent. All right so we a sponsor this week and we have a good one. I love sponsored segments where we get to taste food and we're going to do that today, so our show today's brought to you by back to nature back to nature that sounds so healthy, doesn't it and fitting for today's episode back to you know? That's right, but this is not. It's actually not a retro ran. It's a very like hip and cool brand. That has a ton of stuff I was so excited I have to be honest about the portion control. Many chocolate chunk cookies that are incredible. They have cookies. They have crackers. You guys like Fudge Man I. Know Mike. You're like a mint. Fudge Mint Person, aren't you? Yeah I definitely love the the Mindy Fudgy things for sure said yeah, they have a fudge mint cookie. That's amazing. They have organic stone, ground, wheat, crackers, and I love the flax seed flat breads like they have these huge flat breads that are so crunchy and incredible. We had them. I think we had them at Hungary lamb for a while, and they were like everybody was just eating them like they were going out of style, which they are not there in style, but their new. New Protein crackers is what we're going to try today, so the protein crackers come in two flavors I have one flavor. You guys have another flavor and we're GONNA try them. I love them because they are made with P.. Protein pea protein is very hot right now, so these happen to be plant based and everything back to nature as plant based. I should start by saying that also so even their cookies right there Vegan right everything is plenty Everything's plant-based inspired by nature. Simple ingredients all right so. I'm going to bite into my We're GONNA. Try Wait. What flavor do you have because I have roasted garlic and Basil? 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"chia" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"Would say moving. That's aside from moving to La. I think it's just like well now. I have to like obviously consider your feelings and sensitive. Boy He is sensitive. He's definitely a sensitive type guys. See me you think. I'm like MOST MACHO WITH GANGSTER. Manley's men in the world but believe it or not boy gets emotional. Pisces Pisces. That says it all. It's a little bit just just the way that I did things I would okay. This is how I pay my bills. Just do this this this and then they're done you. It's like okay. You have a little stack of bills over here and then you have some stack of bills over here. Nothing has been written on like paid so I would always be like okay. So how do you? How do you your bills because the way I do it is this way? And you're like no way this. How do okay. So we're going to need to come up with some sort of arrangement here because I don't know what's been paid and what hasn't been and his is funny is like it's her shit seems very like scattered and Organiz which which is. But I also but it's my own process of yeah of organized on organized this cause because then I'll be like I'd come to sit down to my stack of papers that I already thought I had planned out and I'm like what did you do. You say it and you have them like organized. I'm like that's not how I was going to do is now. I'm confused right. It's definitely to the outside. It's a mess but to you. It's like okay. No this is what I need to do. This is what I need to do. A couple of weeks right. It was all just a stack of papers that had due dates with an amount on them. I'm like we need to pay these so little to see no. They're already paid some time. Now I like highlight actual dude and now I will like now after I pay them. I try to either right that it's paid or I'll just throw this shit away. You know what I'm saying so there's no confusion and that's the most difficult thing. I feel like what helped us be long distance. So long that we're both really independent people we function as our own selves. Really well and that's why it was never like when we're long distance it was never like home. We need and then so now that we're coming together as one and you know we kinda have to figure out how those two can work with each other. You know and And it's not necessarily like any way was was way better than the other one. I mean she's way more Organiz that's for sure. And here's the thing about it too is like for someone like me who was a pisces is very free flowing and go with the flow and and Lux right about things. I think that's right and you a capricorn. Very organized needs to know how things checks are going very structured needs to have a plan. It's easy for me although I do have a certain way I like to do things. It's never that serious for me to be like no. I needed done this way. You know what I'm saying the fact that I'm Kinda just chill about it. I'm like it's GonNa get done. It will get done eventually. I know it will get done. I'm not tripping if she needs me to fuck in. Put it in a black folder. I'm like if it's that serious put in your fine coding mid-size sticky notes everywhere. I'm Kinda like all right. Cool whatever we can do much because imagine if we were like so similar. It'd be like okay. We're getting black folders and you're like no they need to be read would be an issue because that would just be like that's just a small example but that would just be constantly for everything right. I think one time we got into a little fight because lose about something and I was like no. I'll give shit because I was trying to say like I don't care like whatever you WanNa do. I'm cool with. That's what I was trying to say whatever you want to do. I'm okay with that but me saying I don't give a shit made you feel like you don't care about just don't care. Yeah and I was like it wasn't away way after the fact where we where we had this whole thing and I was like no met. I'm GONNA keep it. That's what you said and the tone in which you bet in is the way that I interpreted so if you meant to come across like school we'll figure it out like it's no big deal then you should have just lighten that tone a little bit. Well well you raise your voice. Well so what and I feel like especially during a time when we were I was in the middle like shutting down my life over here in transitioning to over here and I'm like Kate first of all. I'm the one moving. You should care about everything that I'm doing. Whatever exactly what? It was now all my furniture furniture. Oh yes ooh the to get her furniture from her. I had really nice furniture that I love Canada and bringing it to our house here and in my head things just a few things and I'm just like this is getting this is getting verger are like do you really want to go through the process of shipping or transferring furniture from Canada from Regina Scott to Los Angeles California. And we're going back and forth and I was like I didn't realize how how serious it was for you and I think about this afterwards and I kind of realized okay. You know you're leaving your whole life behind in Regina Saskatchewan. Yes so it's like you. You know it's important for you to kind of bring something of yours to hear okay. Okay but in the whole like frustrated conversation shit about the verger. I really don't know what I'm saying because I was like what I was trying to say. I know Oh corona whatever you want to do is okay with me baby cakes. Yes you want to preview this. It like that. Wait wind good. Felt like you are so insensitive like I'm literally giving up everything. This is like my entire life. My business that they built over like ten years. My family that you know. I'm like so close with like I was so insulted. Like how dare you you haul your fucking couch count Fi. I'm I was crying and this was literally on the way to the airport stopping me off and I feel like I just car. The car didn't even say anything to United's went onto the plane. That are worse. Goodbye ever I feel like I've really like we will be crying because we'd all weird sad in the beginning in the beginning was sad. The Oh my gosh like the whole night. Before I knew that I had to fly out. I couldn't sleep. My Tummy was a nod. I was anxious like couldn't eat nothing that was in the early stages. I remember Early stages like you would be like crying so much at the airport and I would you know keep together because the men and the relationship but I remember one time I dropped you off and I randomly hit up. Rake and hey man. Are you down to give some some like some some steak? I'll pay and he was like all right. Go so it picked up rig. We went to fucking like black angus or the outback into the outback. Steakhouse and me. I'm so busy state now but back then I was like yeah I was GonNa Outback. And I'm sitting there eating my fuck in my blooming onion with rick eating my steak and I'm like man you know what's funny that like. I actually invited you to come get stay. 'cause I'm like really sad that she is and I just wanted to like drowned my sorrows in comfort food. Yeah Oh my go- oh man that's a while we just you know kind of got used to it used to it and then was like we got to a point where you would drop me off at the airport and lake. Your car is still like the wheels are turning your rolling driving so slowly every just like hop out right cool by the month puts out the fucking window that honestly like how it felt it was just like so routine and I also feel like in the beginning stages like we were just fresh. It was just new so I didn't know relief I was GONNA be coming back again or like how much longer this was going to last so it was really sad right but towards the end especially after being engaged. I was like all right. You're not going anywhere. I'm going back home. I'm going to work for a bit. Not Come back and see you next month. I will go here..
"chia" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"GOING TO TORONTO. Because she was having a family reunion type situation and just to see my family. Yeah and I was like okay. Perfect all her family's going to be there And the first time we had met aside from when she briefly may be in Bumi off because she had a boyfriend is when we had been kind of talking online and texting and then I had a show in Toronto so I invited her to the show. So we'd like meet up and actually hang out as people who you know were like googly eyed at each other right so she came to my show when we kiss for the first time hung out sparks flew. We kissed one time and like a her paintings exploded. And and and this and your show was at the Ryerson Theatre Ryerson Theatre in Toronto. Yeah so I had kind of implanted. And she is head that. What a coincidence. While I don't know coincidence but I think I told her that I had a small part in a movie which I had filmed something earlier that year so I was like. Oh check Dow yes story. Check out like Babe. Guess what since they've found out? I'M IN TORONTO. They're going to have a screening of the movie in Toronto while I'm there so she was like oh sweet. Sounds like okay cool so that would give her an excuse to look cute and dress up for the Premiere Party or whatever right and then because I was going to have a camera guy there I was like okay and also. They're doing like a little kind of behind. The scenes is going to be a guy coming to watch get ready for following us. The Theater Blah Blah Blah. I was like okay stories. Still checks out. Do they really need to do the whole? We're getting ready or not. But you know this industry who knows so. I'm like okay. This seems legit. Meanwhile I got her cousin. Melly gathering all the family to be in the auditorium when I proposed so right. Now we're dressed up a guy fuck and flowers all over roses all over the floor of the theater and then. I was like a new. You had left at some point and all while I was getting ready to go. I don't know set something up that so that part of almost like fuck because they wanted me to go over there before we did everything kind of like a little dress run through dress rehearsal because they wanted to make sure they have everything right in terms of where we entered how it worked the music. Cue All that so I had to make up some shit and see like all they need me to soundcheck. Yes I'm on the mic or something and they think I'm like okay soundcheck. That's what you would do. You Go in before your event you do your one to one two and then you come back. Yeah so that made sense as well so then we happen. The UBER head to the with the camera cameras point. And then this at this point you got a little suspicious because we're rolling up on the Ryerson theatre so we're in the Uber and I noticed that the building that we were coming close to was the Ryerson theatre and then in the video. I'm like isn't this the right. You're things at the riots in theater and then you're like yeah and then we had a little exchange about the theater and in my head. I was like you know what I said. They'd probably gave it away a little bit. Remember this play always like Oh my God. I don't remember that I think at this point like my my years were turning and I was like as he could he be no well me now. I kept going back and forth. So then we pull up to the side entrance of the Ryerson theatre which also checked out. Because I said we can't go into the front because there's going to be too many fans there so they want us to go into the side entrance but also didn't really check out because I'm like it will. If you're doing a premier isn't the whole point to walk your red carpet and like see your fans. So that made me raise an eyebrow a little bit but I'm like okay. Maybe they want us to enter through the side door. And then they're gonNA bring us around. I don't know but that was a little weird to me. So we get out of the car and some guy that I figure was like security shots. Corey opened up the door walk in. I couldn't really tell where I was because everything was just dark. Everything was dark and Tim. I think you were holding hands and I think you were maybe leading me. I think you're leading me and dark and then I could really hear my heels echo and I'm like where am I? Why is it so empty in here? It feels cold and then as I started walking towards the stage. I knew I was getting close to a stage of some sort because there was X.'s. With tape on the ground like stand. What do you call those markers? And I'm like we're on a stage. He's doing something might. He is doing something in the queue for them. The draw the curtains lappy gospels to say hello is anyone out or hello. What is what anyone. Here's said something. They pull the curtains bag. Your families in the audience with little rosier than share arm. The song that you wrote me started playing and I was like okay. I knew it I knew it and it was so perfect. My family members that couldn't be there were on facetime and it was pretty special and it was worth the wait. And it's all downhill from there. Here we are on your podcast. There's nobody else around. No one else. Begged me in me like every day. I got no friends to come on the podcast with me because she stole me away from my friends. Yep in here we are. Nobody guys.
'What You Focus On Grows' - with Russell Leak
"I'm dedicated to helping others release tension and stress to create space for natural creativity. Uncovering the true essence finding. They're in a guy the teacher inside his. Got Your back at your own. Best friend really. You can check out my free resources. On the FACEBOOK GROUP. Cheer up your week and online elemental courses and weekly zooms on a cholera. Apollo DOT COM. So teatime is all about time to relax. Take a big breath out. Settle in an open to receiving the gift of communing with your energy right here right. Now we have inspiring conversations soundtracks of healing frequency. Music like this beautiful vagabond track by BEFFA dopson leaks ter- and indeed the leaks ter- in today at the towards the end of the show talking to us about his collaboration with barefoot doctor barefoot doctor is being with me throughout all of my Chico training talking about the message of the Taoist philosophy of nature and that we really know this. We understand this deep within ourselves and to me looking at the air element also brings in the awareness of the space around us as well as what we're breathing in what we're receiving an how the air moves as we breathe and speak and how the. Sans we create reverberate into the the around us. Creating ripples of sonic wave particles and and this is then received by other people's is. I remember seeker. That multi instrumentalist Didgeridoo player and Florida. That was saying that. It's so great to not just have ear buds for your whole body to receive the vibration of sound that your bones need this reverberation as well as your ears in your mind to receive the sonic frequency. So I love that. I mean the something to be said for like the binomial beats that really do need to be listened to in your in your ear bud to be able to play with either side of your brain but back into the air because the moment you know the elements got a bit bad pressed with pictures of people wearing masks being worried about catching you know. Droplets of virus and things which is understandable but when now beginning to uncover conflicting evidence and it does feel to me that we don't know what to believe and so we need to because across reference. Not just look at the mainstream media. That's coming in but also look what's going on. On the periphery you know. We are so blessed to have streams and streams of information coming in. But how do we know what the truth is? Well we coming back into this way of building truth and trust within ourselves so that we know what feels right so we know how it feels to feel safe in our bodies we can do and this is where the she really helps me. It's helped me Radi get won't my relationship is with the earth and last weekend. I ran off to the new forest. It's where I'm from in the UK. Here I had to convene with the trees. I had to go lean against the grandmother tree and feel her wisdom. Uis into my back and really get how she is always supported by that deep deep tap root and all the other routes around there but she's constantly plugged into the resource of the earth. A my goodness that shows the strength of her trunk on the Plethora of delightful greenery that she bequeaths love that synergy that exchange of air that we have with the trees the it was honestly you can get it. Lean against a tree. I know talk about tree hugging. But what about tree leaning this phrase leaning in well how about we lean into the trees and we lean in let ourselves feel held by the Earth beneath us. The Earth is always there and we send our roots down. We get a feeling of what that's like to really sense. The support as a as a child of the earth. The support of the earth is always there for us so that we can feel safe in our bodies and this sort of San something that barefoot talk about. When he spoke about his earliest recollection of what just the cosmic cosmic arm that it reverberated up through him. And we've got an example of this coming up later in the show when Russell League charts to us about his collaboration with barefoot doctor on his what you focus on grows album but this alm sense is feeling of a reverberation of the earth coming up through an into us to me. We can absorb the sense that coming into our bones that we feel the frequency the earth being received into a so that we can settle in we can feel nurtured and taken care of and can feel east and safety and our bodies because if we feel safer now bodies we're going to be able to trust ourselves more so we can land in the stillness at the center and it's this sort of stuff that we explore in my she going sessions online on the Thursday night on zoom. So I'd love to invite you over there or come over to also to the Chia your week facebook page. And we're looking at some other ways of interacting off that platform was world. But I'll I will keep you posted
Abducted toddler reunited with parents 32 years later.
"A CHINESE MAN. Who was stolen from his family as a toddler has been reunited with his parents after thirty two years. Mao. Yan was snatched in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when he was walking home from nursery with his father aged. Just two and a half. He's parents finally embraced him again on Monday afternoon. In the western city of Chia where he was born after vanished. He's mother Li Jing Z. Quit her job and launched a decades long search for her son that included sending out more than one hundred thousand flies and appearing on numerous television shows after more than three decades tip off in late April finally led to that long awaited reunion. Police received information about a boy from Sheehan who had been sold to a family. Just over three hundred and seventy miles away for six thousand yen. State media reported authorities utilized facial recognition technology to help with the search using toddler photos to create a possible photofit of the adult now and comparing the image to ones in a national database. Dna tests confirmed Malian's identity and on the tenth of May Mother's Day in China. Police told Li that her son had been found. This is the best gift I have ever got. On Mother's Day. She was quoted as saying officials arranged the reunion for just a week later in front of a sizeable crowd and ranks of television cameras. Mao who've been waiting in a side room ran towards his mother when the door was opened. The family embraced all weeping and mouse father. Maoz djing gently kissed his sons forehead. He had lost seen his son when the toddler asked for water and they stopped at the entrance of a hotel to get some renamed. Goon Ning Mao had been brought up in the city of Mianyang in neighbouring Sichuan Province. Without any idea he was the target of a decades long high-profile surge. Child kidnapping has been a problem in China for decades. Some of the miners snatched from their parents have been directly exploited by adult criminals and coerced into begging pickpocketing forced labour all the sex trade others have fed a market for DOPP. Dis both among Chinese couples. Who want to son and from ages seeking the lodge donations that foreign adoptive parents are obliged to make abductors have included family. Planning authorities who under China's one child policy had powers to seize children from parents who exceeded their quotas.
"chia" Discussed on BrainStuff
"Well first things first. The actual Chia planter is made of terra cotta. There were originally made in Oaxaca Mexico in late. Nineteen Seventies Joe P DOT founder of Joseph Enterprises Inc purchased the rights to Chia pets after finding them at a trade show in Chicago. He began marketing. The product mainly to drugstores and discount department stores. We spoke Michael Hirsh Vice President of Joseph enterprises which was acquired by the National Entertainment collectibles association in two thousand seventeen. Hirsch said would advertise it on television at different times of the year. We discovered that the best time of the year was the holidays. That's how he did it for years. Hirsch explained the company's first sales demographic was mostly women and children who wanted to grow plants indoors. He said they wanted something in the wintertime that they could grow inside. It's a planter. People have to plant. It was fun and educational. Chia is a flowering herb related to mint and sage. The seeds are popular food item partially because they swell up with water. Grabbing niece alleged that adds a jelly like texture to foods like pudding and like other plants in the family. They grow pretty easily. But how the terra cotta figurines grow sprouts. Is it really as simple as water and watch it grow as the ads imply almost there are four basic steps to successfully growing? Chia pet. I you soak the planter. It's important to so correctly and completely for best results it for several hours. Then you soak the cheese and water before you spread them on the planter out about two teaspoons of seeds to about a quarter cup to three quarters of a cup of water and stir the water occasionally so the seeds don't congealed as they released that. Gel next spread the seeds on the planter. He's a plastic knife. A rubber spatula or your fingers to apply the seeds evenly against the groups of the planter. Finally put your pet and a sunny spot and water at every day and just remember like any other house plant. Chia pets should be on a plate or dish to collect water and protect the surface. It's on and don't expect overnight growth. You won't see sprouts for at least a week with care feeding and good sunlight. The Chia pet should achieve maximum after four to six weeks. The first Chatsworth the Chia Bowl and cheer ram although there was a Chia guy too and wild animals were and still are popular in Nineteen eighty-two Hersh says the company began licensing figures beginning with three iconic looney tunes characters Tweety bird a task. The Tasmanian Devil End Elmer fudd licensing truly raised the status of the Chia pet from quirky gift to iconic pop culture. Collectible Hirsch said we look at trends and we look at what looks good growing a Chia pet because not everything makes the grade. We look for things we think people would love to have. We've had good luck with some. He's not kidding. Among some of the company's biggest hits are Shrek and the fellows from Duck Dynasty. Her said they actually came to us. Bob Ross has also been phenomenal. The company typically licenses about three to four new products each year to go along with the stable of puppies kittens hedgehogs llamas and other Chia pet favorites Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been immortalized in the Pantheon of Chia pet planters. Barack Obama was once presented with to fully grown Chia pets of himself by then president of Joseph Enterprises after crowing. Hey I've got green hair. He's lightly accepted the planters. According to Hirsch Chia Joe Biden is on its way of course Chia. Pets are also used as promotional items by sports teams and other companies for giveaways similar to bobbleheads and logo emblazoned. Kitsch Hirsch. Said we've done. Chia pets for the major league baseball. Los Angeles dodgers the San Francisco giants the Washington nationals end. The National Basketball Association Chicago Bulls Chia. Pets are collected by people. All over the world said people send us e mails telling us. They're missing X Y and Z. And ask whether we're still making them but we also like coming up with great new ideas. They're releasing the Child Chia pet. Which if you didn't know is the official name for the baby. Yoga from Disney's television series. The man delorean these whimsical. Planters have become such a part of Americana that in two thousand three P. Dot was asked to donate his television advertising tapes selection of Chia pets and his company papers to the Baring Center Archive at the Smithsonian National Museum of American history in Washington. Dc achieved pet was also included in the nineteen ninety nine special exhibition capturing time for the New York Times Capsule in which artifacts from the twentieth century were placed in time capsule will remain closed until January. First three thousand. Today's episode was written by Patty Rassmussen and produced by Tyler. Clang for more on this and lots of other big growing topics visit. How stuff works. Dot Com stuff is production by heart radio for more podcasts. My heart radio because the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows..
Helping hands: Million mask challenge
"Mister Rogers famously said that when times are scary we should look for the helpers while here now are two of those helpers to tell us how they're using their sewing talents to aid the corona virus relief effort joining us from Cleveland. Ohio are Jan and Connor. Bros DHEC thank you both for being with US encounter. I start off by telling us a little bit about your family. Business um well. The business is locally pens and needles. We started four hours even born and we have three locations in Cleveland and we sell them machines. We teach classes. We do a ton of the events. It's sort of like a big community. I would say it's like I have hundreds of grandma's and then over the last five years I've pivoted to go on the Internet as times have been changing on retake that to thousands of grandmas instead of getting the class here and events here we do online classes and courses on the Internet and sold online dot COM. And I'm sure up until a few weeks ago you weren't even imagining sewing face masks. So Jan how'd you get involved with making those masks for the Pandemic University Hospital here? In Cleveland called me up into said we need how we need. One hundred thousand mass. We need them quickly picked. What do we do so from their recommendations we developed a pattern? They approved the pattern to start off. We found fabric donated. We got cutters CICADA. It we got kits and then kind of an idea video because we had a teacher customers how to do this both online as well as in the stores so we did a video it went. Viral was started a million mass. Chia challenge because we wanted to have some fun with it too so people could help each other and post. How many Dick may we got? A million wasn't a big number and we've surpassed twenty million already. Wow that is remarkable. I just got chills hearing that that is so incredible and I understand also jammed at the hospital that you just mentioned that reached out to. You has a very special meaning for your family. Tell us about that. My daughter was very sick about three years ago and we have spent about nine months at university hospital and I was there every single day. So to give back is is just the way. Charity always works everything. We do always around full circle and it's really good good to be able to be a part of that and I know people want to be a part of this as well so connor. We heard twenty million masks and counting. How can everyone get involved as well? So it's simple go to online dot com. You can download our patterns videos on Youtube Channel for sold online. Don't have a machine. We have machines on sold online and then simply sold out and then we ask that you donate your local communities or anyone in need. Everyone needs these mask. This is not ending. It's going to continue need these mascots pandemic continues and then use the Hashtag mass challenge to shoot where you donate it. Do you have a new number? A new goal in mind. Now you were at twenty million already is shocking. How many hospitals? How many nursing homes how many people call us the police department on a daily basis? It's all I can say is. We're not halfway there. We need to keep going.
Is Coffee Flour a New Fair Trade Nutritional Powerhouse?
"Coffee. Flour isn't really a flower and although it is from the coffee plant it doesn't taste or smell anything like the roasted coffee beans that we know and love you see coffee. Beans are actually seeds and like many seeds. They grow inside of fruit and the fruit that surrounds a coffee. Bean is called Coffee Cherry. After harvesting the coffee beans coffee cherry has traditionally been discarded billions of pounds of coffee. Fruit were simply being thrown out every year but now this tasty part of the plant is being reclaimed as an edible crop the cherries are dehydrated and ground into a fine powder sold as coffee flour or coffee cherry flower but it really functions more like a spice or a flavoring agent than a true flower. You can buy Coffee Cherry Flower Online. And you'll also see it in stores that specialize in healthy foods including some trader. Joe's and chefs food bloggers. Even mixologist have taken interest. And they've been experimenting with it as an ingredient in drinks. Baked goods dips and desserts. In an era when we're increasingly focused on reducing food waste the idea of diverting perfectly. Good food out of the waste. Stream is very appealing and coffee. Flower production is also providing a new source of income for people in developing countries. So what does it taste like as I said it doesn't really do anything like coffee and even though it's made from a fruit cuffy flowers also not sweet? In fact virtually sugar free and fat free. It has a slightly tart slightly bitter taste. It's most like a really fruity cocoa powder and you can add a tablespoon or two to a smoothie or to your favorite Chia seed pudding recipe. You can also add it to baked goods and the general guideline is to replace two tablespoons of every cup of flour with the coffee flour. Now you'd certainly notice if you add it to a pancake or a pound cake recipe. But to be honest you might not notice the difference in something like a brownie recipe but as one food blogger wrote quote though the waste Less Angle. Real me in. It's the nutritional aspects that really sold me. The real reason I'd cook with coffee flour again is not for its flavor but for the nutritional boost it offers end quote and it is sometimes touted as a nutritional powerhouse. One website claims that coffee flour has more iron than spinach more protein than Kale more potassium than a banana and more fiber than whole grain wheat flour but this is a perfect example of how nutrition claims can sometimes be true but not really
"chia" Discussed on Faith Collides
"Nas Not one hundred percent But we we can see the good things that came out of it. What was that one thing is John who was Henry's wife became a CO founder of ministry. Call WE CARE is administered to many many reduce. So it's like a city that has fallen we can see. The foot of the ministry. After Henry passed away Pico had become a public company and James was now a Christian and on a journey to apply his faith to his life at work when Henry Pass Away. Ninety four my younger brother Lawrence. The come here. You was running operation Europe. Request that Laura's move from London overthrew Hong Kong when you build up the business. The challengers is always being in the right people in for the right job so we do not have enough bladders run operation so the time we restart recruited of outside professional into business. All these people are these resources were able to help us. To grow the business and subject genucel how their company? England I appeal James says when Pico looked at expanding the business. They considered high performing employees. Who had an entrepreneurial mindset and strength and Business Development Pico would encourage these employees to then set up an office in New Market? Their business model was built on having a deep relationship and trust with their employees so when it came to making decisions for the business that would impact headcount. James says he really struggled to let go of staff and he turned to his faith for how to deal with it. We're we're running a business and sometimes Choi stuff and is very difficult because he has invested years in the company and you have invested years now on this person and then now here to. Putt and this relationship is very painful. And I can't sleep in my way novel in those days. We're in a constant my waspy. Something bother you into that minute. Some stuff yeah I know thing about. He's Family House. You'RE GONNA pitch you so you need to make a decision on this. Just usually author have them off and have set the Mahim be very with. These demolition costs. The next part is missy and you will statement you do for a job at their. You did in six months if you cannot fire Joe you convict me an Iowa help you. At least to provide some basic financial resources needed cheaper and I can tell you to. After so many years I don't really I mean a lot of people maybe five or six and this five or six percent eventually the far better job even some of the comeback become my cost and we're steaming in a very good relationship. Pico faced many challenges as it grew into a global company. You had to see structural changes pressure to win projects to be accountable to stakeholders but James says his faith has grown since. Henry's passing away and shape the way. He now looks at his company. A when you are running a corporation as a non Krisztian. You depend a lot of our yourself. You are balls your family member your bladder out the decision maker but when you became a Krisztian days purpose of everything that we do they have meaning in life even all the decision maker. We know that God is overseeing and actually help us in decision making so been a Christian. Our say Mush piece. Because you know that we were trial. Best based on our human endeavor our human mind do I ever. We can a- Deanne we want to put Jae or we lost a project. We're piece you know because even Gupo even we lost a big project or set them business decision. They're not long long decision. We oughta go allow. All this happen is to train us up to make us more equipped for the future and I think the important thing is to the peace. Now I WANNA talk about the future so now you are at Pico. But you're sixty seven. Sixty seven has just passed sixty seven. I'm already in the business for all for the four year company many second-generation already in the pieces. Manny also kristen the second generation and I must say that we we have put a succession plan embraced many years back. So I'm very proud to say they're very happy. The second generation injury contributing a bit in the pieces and they're holding key she should and so we in my My RAW ARADO MY Secretary Roy. Getting less and less that successive meter when you can really pass it on and not have to worry. He says because we lend US I say he's at journey nonexistent. But the worst assess so come from the woods. Secession cessation is also says I should is a very big David cessation nor for the company. I believe to continue very brace out of your three sons. How many of them are working at Pico or Delridge? If from your view what is it like for second generation family to be working at Pico? Do you feel like they get special treatment. Because they are a chea known no because issue we are running a company and we were so many people we have to everybody not because they'll cheer if it is that we've harbor James Sees Journey. He's been on as something that's not complete without his family and he also believes in his family to continue what was started at Pico. Most importantly he's happy to be part of God's family. God Gospel Sufri Looney. This across anymore. Because I'm so happy to be but all the family their cost kingdom for James. He came from a family that struggled and poverty but also from a strong brotherhood. Who WORKED HARD TO MAKE PICO INTO THE COMPANY? It is today. The Chia brothers were able to optimize and expand their business along the growth that happened in Singapore. The truth is not all of us will be like James whose career success may seem like. He was born into the right family at the right time. But James Lees thinking about a bigger family the family of God that he got to be part of when he was forty years old. His faith has become so much part of his life. And it's a faith he believes anyone can take part not ready nor all these Trish in house. You must get into a house. Otherwise we stand outside the how in people's how wonderful who is in Sacramento. You will never know you really have again. This is subsequently in this the door when she says not unique to open it. Was your joy US Treasur host. So no matter where you're coming from a family you take pride in or family. You wish you weren't born into take comfort in knowing that there is an eternal family you are part of or you can be part of this. Is Grace bringing you stories? That can revive your workweek and a big shout out to faith collides listeners. John and Roseanne Chia for making this episode possible by introducing me to James Faith Collides hosted and produced by me. This episode is edited by me in China. Li Audio Mixing by Joshua Guan. If you like what you hear please leave us a review and tell your friends about our show. Thanks for listening..
"chia" Discussed on Faith Collides
"So you did so much. During their time in Europe you are able to get pico out there to these potential customers but I must say that the people were kind You know even does any appointment. These men come all the way from. Singapore has spent some time defined time did any clients or projects. Come out of that trip. Us wonder contract for them to Saddam. Germany you either. You know you were so assiting constant because there was a my I oversee contract. It was really a breakthrough. You managed to hinder intonation cry in. Singapore and those they have competitions in in my competitors. These were very big. Do a big deal for us. I thought you was quite tough so when I came back. Decided to marry my dangle fan so we went to register married to marriage. So how did you ask her? Your girlfriend at that time was wounded. Al I live four so tough out there so I better married and then Spoil Mendosa in no time. Just like practical. I need chapter all right. Yeah so there's less load. James settled down with his wife Lee out. They had three boys by nineteen eighty five. The Chia brothers setup Pico outside of Singapore with Southeast Asian offices in China Hong Kong and about two thousand people working for them S. L. Out applauders dream is ensure. Evie BLADDER HAVE DOUBT ON HOW STEVE. So we managed to buy a house for a bladder. So Yeah I was quest at the dome from kids who are farmers. Did you expect you to be that at thirty five? I don't think so because the objective is to get out of poverty okay. My parents generation poor. My father had two job just to keep the family. Survi- you know. My mother stayed home to raise kids or the same time off the order or the pig and chicken my generation into my friends. The objective is to gallop over. You don't don't embassy to never think about you. Want to be a lawyer or doctor. Do you think about going overseas to study Basically now we can afford to buy a house. I've been does the tree wonderful keys. I marry with a wonderful why I've driver. I'm sending my kid to school and I've tree mets counter. The house whole so I was more or less is is good. Yeah Set the Dow and businesses growing Yup. But what did you think of God and I must say they will. Everything is good that your hut become empty. And you're has enthused asking a law creation equation. Sasha's where am I going to live on eighteen? Ninety yes oh or one hundred years away ever saw on earth is it a meaning or live was a mineral life and and there was why when your heart is empty. Your fear I travel a lot. You feel is it. One day I pass away. Who's going to love them? My Wi- my children my business. Yeah the fear the Kim into your hot of course duty the time. My grandmother used to tell me co-starring perish so I believe there's a spirit so you knew that the spirit is spirit was spiro was good but I know that I not it we human be with Spirit but in a belief that they got right. There's got and but my problem. Is We show which and yeah so I was searching you know where am I going where am I going? Let's take a break and one more back. We'll hear the story that turned James and his wife wounded. How's life round? And after how James started to apply his faith at work and how he looks at the next generation to step up and grow the family business at Pico..
"chia" Discussed on Faith Collides
"From lex Mundi. You're listening to faith flights. It's a show about industry leaders and the stories behind how fake plays into life that work. I'm Grace Wong and on today's show we're going to talk about how a family business can grow to be a publicly listed company and how family succession can actually workout in a business. I'm going to start today off by challenging you to think about your own family and how you can think about family in a broader sense because on today's show James Chia joins us to share what it was like to grow up in Singapore with a family of ten brothers and how one of the Brothers started a company that director James in his career. And then how another brothers cancer diagnosis. 'cause James to think differently about Faith James. Chia is a group president of PICO. And in case you haven't heard of Pico. This is what they do a global leader in total brand activation. We engaged three experiences and activate brands harnessing the power of innovative ideas. The business that the Chia family made millions in is called total brand activation. Pico helps brands come alive at massive events like the Olympics or the World Expo by producing exhibits that are an experience for visitors to connect with the brand. They designed the event space. Come up with how to incorporate the latest technology and executed all their clients include brands like Jaguar. Range Rover BMW. As James Explains what they do is all in its name Pico but it has a Chinese twist to you have to understand the meaning behind the Chinese characters. Be then as we find a beaming. Brushes Kirkman overcoming. So you're seeing an in this perm. We can cloudy. Creativity Kirkman to overcome using creatively to overcome a customer's Brompton so using creativity offers version. Days that meaning of fecal. He is now a global leader in total brand activation and a publicly listed company in Hong Kong with three thousand employees about thirty offices and as of two thousand eighteen a turnover of five hundred ninety million dollars but the company came from humble beginnings. James was born shortly after world. War Two at a time when Singapore and it's people were recovering from a period of Japanese occupation. James starts off by explaining to me how he grew up in such a large family. Well I guess those the. There's no such thing as family planning right other Japanese time when you do. Farming need to raise pigs chicken doc. More people be more helpful in a family and I guess why my mom took care of. My father gave birth to tame bars autumn. Boys no good. Wow your mom somehow was able to make that happen ten brothers. How do you guys distinguish yourselves from one another? We Judy slept together on Same Bay. And those are very big. Just put up or implying so ten of you in a bad. My Mom's told me that we're my day Kim back at a night he would just go through my county one. Two three four this mission you know James was number five out of ten brothers and since he wasn't one of the eldest he didn't feel the pressure to help out on the farm so by the time he was six he was able to go to the village school leaving the villagers. The vigil may be about the family and they all together bureau school for their Keats while James's growing up and going to school Singapore was experiencing an economic boom after it gained its independence from Britain in nineteen sixty five life. Got Better for most of them. When James was twelve his family moved from the village into the city with free public housing James Scott to go to high school and right after he joined the mandatory National Service which turned out to be a pretty good setup for him. I was doing pretty well. The military Saudi was good because I was really poor in on me. We say everything's paper. Gum Mealey's better Garmon our room accommodation by the government or UNITA fall is all payback garment. What a live right. So James grew as a leader in the military and got to me all kinds of people people who believed in different things so I make friends to talk about life after death awesome. They go out and come back to me. I was very excited as it live is not just they say eighty ninety on earth and did they don't know theater and I was very happy but on the other hand we sh one. I'm not sure James didn't know what to think about life after death and where to put his faith. He says his parents just asked him to pay respects to their ancestors and growing up. James considered himself as a free thinker. He wanted to go to university after the military but something held him back at home. He saw the way his second brother hustled song. Liam who also goes by the initials S. L. He was the second eldest brother and he didn't get to go to high school and had to do several odd jobs until he got the opportunity to work at an Art Studio. Doodo students basically Shop they do it all painting for Commercial Van Commercial Van Cinema Officer Not Computer Gaffey Z. Hain handwriting he enjoy by you. Find a job is a bit too boring for him and he start looking for opportunity why he decided to come out and stay shown so he started. Pico Pico. Do you know why called at Pico? Beginning to coach are some name this food Chinese name. Commercial Artists is what mouthful right so there are no. This does the named Sony Kodak to Syria. Easy to for people to remember so at an early age. James spent time with s-l to help get his company started even to help come up with a name. Pico and once James finished his military service in nineteen seventy three. He had to think hard about what he would do next. I I can continue in the military all could university or joy my bladder but candidate Biscotti. The family was poor and my brother just started and he need help. And there's how took me a long time to ponder about it. Yeah so I join the family beside dry so when I joined. There was quite a bit of adjustment because in army. You're drawing salary is painful when Ajoy my bladder. My salary was cut more than half. Wow and you are an open your meal joining a family seven days a week. Maybe chop hours a day so a large law and to. How is it like for you brothers to be working together? Were there any issues of assigning roles and responsibilities? Doing business just thought that other defense bring are looking at the different Avia of responsibilities where and I joined a business. I was very much a personal assistant to seal so he made me run around the bang. Pose letter you know just biscuit assistant him. So now you've joined Pico. And you were the assistant to the founder. You do everything that ends announce of how to start the business right so tell me about how you were able to kind of. Go off on your own for the first two year. Basically just four learning how. He talked a customer Learning about how he hindering pushback learning the root of a business and after two year. Don't forget our office army and lead a team or the thirty or forty people so a few. It'd be boring then. I say well what I do do series. I like to go and meet customer beginning. It was quite tough. I I do know how to start. I know even have a customer and my older brother Jimmy when costumer infidelity so wonderful worst cost tougher customer. He gave me. Yeah through children's me so we debt. I struggling along a subsequently. My father introduced a customer to me. I so from one customer able to develop from one to do it for four to eight and managed to develop a hand for a customer at the same time. Singapore started to become a center for exhibitions and conventions for all of Asia. So customers from all over Asia would go to Pico as a one stop shop to get their booth designed built and deliver to the exhibition site. James says in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. He had one customer from France. Doing Business in Singapore and it actually took a free ticket that his seventh brother Henry One and that got them to look at doing business in Europe. So here's the sheeting to he wanted. He wanted how do you win it? Lucky draw lucky brother who go to and I said Oh well I know into Europe right so the topic is being metoo parish says okay let me try to go to Europe. So he wanted and he gave it to you. Yeah so I say okay. I would think that they can go to Europe and my intention was very very naive to me. As a young man from Topical Country James Says Winters in tropical Singapore was around eighty five to ninety degrees Fahrenheit so lender in Perez and were they were the the door of the open and hit me nearly one rumble through the plane as it. Can you send me back to Singapore? It was so cold wasn't prepared. I was wearing leather jacket and I thought the letter jacket would be good enough winter. James says he left out because a guy named Paul was kind enough to give him a coat that helped him go door to door to meet potential customers. Jane's visited several countries and ten days..
Focus on Fish Oil for ADHD
"McCaffrey so D- what topic for this week this week. We're talking about fish oil and its use in relieving the symptoms of Adhd. Oh that's interesting. Yeah so there have been studies. Oh there have been very many studies on this so it's actually pretty exciting yeah so ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and there used to be Add attention deficit disorder separate now. It's kind of been combined into one disorder the name of it and So and fish oil has been found on to be very helpful in this. Because you know this is a brain disorder in. It's a very complex brain disorder It's a neurological logical order disorder that the regions of the brain that help us plan and focus and be able to follow through on tasks and not get distracted. Did you know that that type of thing. So it's a it's a really fishy OI. The brain needs healthy fats to be able to function properly. So Oh and by the way our brain is made up of nearly sixty percent fat letting people don't realize that the brain and I mean everyone's seen pictures of a brain and And you can see that. It's kind of like almost like gelatin looking. You know it's it's got a lot of fat in it so sixty percent of the fats that's in it and what we've learned From Sciences that there are two specific types of fats that are the most crucial role for the functioning of the brain. And those are the types of fats that are found in fish oil So now interestingly enough you know in our modern modern diets we don't really get a lot of that type of fat in our diets. A lot of people are eating much fish Our bodies have the ability ability to create some of those kinds of fats on their own when we eat some plant foods but that conversion is really inefficient. We we don't we. We can't make enough of what our brain needs of those. So those two types of fats. I just wanted to mention the names is really important. fish oil contains pains two types of fatty acids and they're called Omega threes and They have some funny long names. So just a spell sounded to them out here The first one is called EIKO SUP. Penta inoke acid and the acronym is EPA. Okay and the other one is D- okosa Sahay Exa. NOX ACID and its acronym is Dha so EP A. N. D. H. A. R. The two types of Omega three fats. What's that are really important for the brain and have been shown to be very helpful in improving symptoms of ADHD? Okay so Now these these two fatty acids are They you know they have different ways that they work in the brain so there you know so we need both. Yeah we need. We need both so the The aid the EPA. They both play important roles so EPA influences our moods and and our behaviors it also reduces inflammation in the brain While DHA is involved with the development of the brain. It's it's involved in learning learning and memory and neurotransmitter production which is important for sending signals between cells of the brain. And that's what helps us to think. Clearly where we hope that we never stop learning so we hope right. It's all about yeah. It's all about our cognitive function as well. because these fatty acids have also been found to to be very crucial in preventing Alzheimer's perfect. So yeah so it's all about keeping our brain sharp and memory's sharp and our ability to focus focus so in. ADHD it's really interesting them. They have found that About children that are diagnosed with it. Have on average average thirty eight percent lower blood levels of these particular Omega. Three fatty acids and And they show more defiance hostility mood swings things and learning difficulties then children who don't have the disorder and has also been shown that sixty seventy percent of children with ADHD have a genetic variant that inhibits their body's ability to make this type member. Earlier I said we can make we can make some of them from plant. Foods like wheat flax seeds Chia seeds. That have a different kind of Omega three in them. Our body can curve convert some of that into this EPA and Dha type But some people have a genetic mutation that inhibits the enzyme. That makes that reaction happen so so In there and they found that's interesting. They found that sixty to seventy percent of children who have ADHD. Have the have that problem Like they can't make their own of it. So that's where official becomes extremely important like taking supplemental or eating fish. That has the Senate sure. Sure sure because they can't make make it on their own so they have to get it from food right. Yeah and that's that's really important so in light of those findings were were saying that you know. These fish oil supplements are really important Especially for children and there's different formulas now if you go to go on to You know into a store or on online to find a fish oil. You'RE GONNA find a lot of different Formulations of it because fish oil has found to be used in many different. You know it's tough for for many different things itself for heart disease. It's helpful for Anxiety it's how it's helpful for Adhd it's helpful for you know oh Depression there's a lot of other things so it's the Amount of the EPA H.. A. In each of these formulations that are different different. Some of them will have more. Dha 'cause it's more for the brain and some of them will have more EPA if it's more for reducing inflammation in the body. So what would you recommend I for for for. ADHD I recommend a A formula where the EPA and Dha are fairly similar similar amounts in there. They're not going to be Equal amounts he won't find that because that doesn't exist even in fish. Okay so but we will find They're very similar. Talk other like you might find one. That has six hundred and fifty milligrams of EPA and four hundred and fifty milligrams of Dha and so We have have a few That we picked that are on our websites a children's formula and then some that are more for adults. ADHD by the way it if if a child is diagnosed with it It can persist into adulthood usually the symptoms subside somewhat going into adulthood but adults still can have adhd which you know. It's it's all about being able to control. Oh your behaviors and your moods and not like you know have a meltdown in the middle of something public or whatever and you know and sometimes even adults have symptoms tombs of Adhd. Were there they blurt things out or they were you know they. They're not cognizant of the fact that they're not focusing or they're being disruptive so oh so this can help with adults well fish oil great. Yeah so we'll have A. We'll have an article actually about this and that article There will be some products. That you recommend so you would you would recommend the same product for anyone else is one for. Adhd like you know. Because I would want to take it for Alzheimer's like do take it regularly now and we do get the Nordic which is what you like. Ri- Nordic natural is a leader in a fish oil products. You know they do cod liver oil. They do fish oils. They they do They even do an algae oil which is algae he also has EPA DHA in it and so for people who are vegans. Oh they don't WanNa do a fish oil. They can do an algae oil. That's cool. Yeah yeah so that's really good and so- dosing is is also important like knowing how much to take and I find that with a lot of my clients. They're taking a fish oil but they only take one capsule a day. And that's not even enough. That's Kinda like a drop in the bucket. Kinda think you need to take you need to be taking at least two thousand milligrams total of Omega Threes Day so oftentimes the capsules may only have five hundred milligrams or one thousand milligrams grams each so. You have to be taking at least two thousand And that's that is. That is what the studies show is effective So and sometimes uh-huh even higher you know depending on what it
Gut bacteria prefer to chow down on certain dietary fibers
"Now speaking of the field of aging we have a leading scientists in research in the field of aging are with us right now a doctor Michael Lewis garden and I just want to give you his website before we do anything it's Michael well the normal way am I CH a E. L. L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and we will also have that on our website of course and he is a scientist a Tufts University and the human nutrition research center on aging so his research when it comes to an interest in is specifically about aging and that he sees a problem the problem is our guts he's written a book about it I'll tell you all about that in a minute but I want to go to the doctor right now. why are you concentrating on microbes in the god of microbial health and what does that have to do actually with the science of better H. R. two so to jump into that I should say that about five years ago I didn't care about microbes bacteria viruses on that I didn't care about any of it he didn't walk in on my radar at all I started off studying blood predictors of muscle mass and function in older adults and when I was doing that I published several papers that identified bacterial metabolites in the blood that were either positively or negatively associated with muscle mass and function in older adults so that led me into the idea of well maybe the cop microphonics playing some role on stark Pina and based on that I was able to get some studies funded and as you saw at the conference I publish that recently published some of that data on the role of got microbiome on muscle strength but there are a bit in emerging field right now the will of the gut microbiome on the government's lack of muscle mass and functions where three papers and mine support paper so far this year have identified microbes for real for the gut microbiome on muscle mass and functions so it's an emerging a rapidly emerging feel dope now in terms of nutrition that potentially can optimize that the most obvious place to start would be with dietary fiber in the reason for that is because our humans don't have the enzymes to digest dietary fiber dietary fiber passes into your large intestine and then bacteria in your large intestine convert those those fibers into short chain fatty acids so basically very short little fat but you don't you don't normally get from diet with the exception of something they like water which may have small amounts of the short chain fatty acid butyric but very low amount compared to what you could convert from five or so then once these bacteria make short chain fatty acids does ready I go from the inside of the intestine into the intestinal cells which can aren't test motels the mitochondria particular use those short chain fatty acids to make energy that energy is used to improve got barrier function which is important for keeping stuff that was in the inside of the intestine from going into the blood and that's important because during aging that that. got here actually decreases so if you have a low fiber diet your body will be able to have optimal intestinal barrier function more stuff that inside the intestines will leak into the blood potentially activating information information of all kinds of nasty things sore muscles are green all the issues in our blood so again port place to start in terms of optimizing our health and longevity is optimized dietary fiber intake that's the core theme of the book and I should also I didn't start off with that idea and that approach the idea and the that is default through the literature I basically changed my diet after going down this road do you have a super high fiber diet rabbit close to a hundred grand five a day triple the RDA so that I can optimal got very function and you know improve systemic functions. so you thought your listening now and you know that there's a tremendous amount of information both technical and practical and I won just give you the website again that that is the doctor or scientist website Michael lust Garten L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and it again this is not coming from the world of selling supplements this is coming from the world of science research both in the laboratory and personally so now let's get practical for a second I every morning I take my flax seeds and I put them in my yogurt alright I take my chia seeds and I put it in my smoothie but I don't think I have anything compared to the amount that you're putting into your body and is there anything country indicating them and these are the ways that you're suggesting people get the dietary fiber. so flak he can be a great way to get increase your fiber but the foundation of my diet is a few festivals not in terms of fiber content per calorie nothing beats the fiber density vegetables and a happy post on this on my blog by compared the fiber and not just five or ten nutrient density of vegetables compared to all green calorie for K. per calorie per calorie nothing beats vegetables opt for fiber and nutrient density so when I eat vegetables I'm not eating a few for the broccoli and meeting a pound or more actually sorry. Graham a more actually yesterday I had eleven hundred grams broccoli morning in addition to other stocks so a meeting if you divide the best schools to get this fiber goal but I should mention I'm not vegan I'm not a vegetarian I do eat the meat ID with some dairy I can be to make but at the end of the day for me it's more than just a simple dietary ideology way say go high fiber for me back to work and I know that because like I said I track my diet in a truck my circulating biomarkers it'll lower fiber diet was able to optimize my biological age then I I promote that too but for me what works best for me is a very high fiber diet in terms of optimizing got help and biologically. so let me just tell everybody that. when tell and Mikael when Dr Michael it's gotten speaks people listen so are also remember these scientists and part of his experiment is himself which is what makes him so unique in the scientific world and I will tell you that his overall and I'm reading his book and you should always book microbial burden a major cause of aging and age related disease easy to get on Amazon I put on my kindle it was a pleasure to read on the plane all the other day and I learned a lot but the fact is that his over arching words are no that I self sees very much like the oracle at Delphi no they sell and he knows himself because he keeps testing and so this doesn't mean you go out and and you do this but I tell you what I did do doctor I went out and I would have had to carry. you said so that was the only way yeah. we're gonna come back in a couple of seconds and I'm I do want to talk about that how we can as a practical matter could some of what you have learned and you learn things that are very impressive and work for most people to different degrees out into our diets properly and that were also does look a little bit about the idea of nutrition as we get older because they're even changing that concept when it comes to surgery used to tell you not to eat that's changing we'll be back in just to get you
How Do the Baseball Hall of Fame Busts Get Sculpted?
"Baseball fans celebrated as the national baseball hall of fame in trying this news class unanimous inductee Yankees closer Mariano Rivera use a headliner of the twenty nineteen class for Yankee fans are concerned Mike Mussina Edgar Martinez Harold Baines Lee Smith and the late Roy Halladay there also honored with bronze busts in the hall and the official sculptor all of the hall of fame plaques here is Tom sue chia what's the physical process of creating that what tools are you using how do you actually make the plaques themselves in terms of the image yeah the the first thing that I start off with is I worked on designed the composition on the computer first kind of like on a basic like using Photoshop kind of play around with things and then try to come up with the right kind of look and then from there I proceed by adding by working on the clay model and the there's a frame as you know they got that sort of tombstone shaped frame with the laurel leaves and the baseball bats that's used over and over again you know that's the standard frame and answer Matthews provides me as such a frame that template frame in which there's like a well in it which then I flew clay and then I model that and then I work with the photos and I just raw work on that and then when I get reach a certain point that I like then I submitted photographs and videos of my clay to the hall of whether they review and there they come back with comments and we go back and forth Destry fine and make it we make sure we nail everything right yeah so so for yourself I mean these you know players on the go the whole fame the special part about it is that the remembered for generations people can go there people for baseball players in the nineteen twenties in the hall of fame and people in two thousand twenty we'll see them so for you as a person is creating this art how does it make you feel the fact that your art will be almost eternal it will be out there forever yeah it's a great feeling because it is yeah I'd be is something that will last yeah letter like thousands of years and even after maybe baseball is no longer played or whatever you know has gone and some archaeologists from aliens people and discover a so is a sentence to her yeah thank you so much for talking I really appreciate it yeah you're going to CBS reporter Mike smelts in Cooperstown talking with Tom sucia who sculpts the hall of fame
"chia" Discussed on Triangulation
"That's like super secure and cold storage and the rule is if I WANNA pull funds out of my wallet I ca- anytime I try and pull them out they got Kinda esque road for a while <hes> and during that period they can be called aw back with this key. That's kept in cold storage. If I get hacked I can see that there's been an attempt at an authorized withdrawal and go call those funds back. <hes> another thing is having a wallet that can only pay out money to authorize pays. Hey this is like a big deal in <hes> businesses that are doing things where the person sending out the money is not <hes> the person who's like in charge and you don't want to either accidentally send to the wrong person or have you know low level person embezzling money so so the targets need to be <hes> pre approved and supporting that <hes> you also want to do <hes> net settlement payment channels because those allow payments to go through immediately and allow more scaling of the things a whole. That's a very important thing that <hes> like the my friends at lightning network are working on and we're going to be building a reference implementation of that kind of functionality on top of Chia <hes> and she is programming. Environment is better for those sorts of things so this is the type of stuff <hes> that we're really trying to enable and it's all very money related at tells us very coherent story of what is the functionality that you really want out of this. That's an elitist actually a pretty decently long list of here's a whole lot of stuff we got to go ahead and implement and we're really doing it in a way where the environment is designed as much as possible to be extremely emily auditable and everything to be very succinct and it's still very cheap to run a free node and everyone has full control over exactly what they're doing and very very much different from the type of programming environment people are generally used to and which has caused a whole lot of disasters just reviewed APPs in the past where they turn out to be bugging and brick the whole thing and stuff like that so this is the opposite General Design Philosophy of that it does mean it does make it so like your standard issue web developers not going to be able to write these things like it because everything is auditable and confidence inspiring kind of forces you to do all the work of auditing it just she wouldn't get it working in the first place but <hes> we're we have a prototype now of cheerless in the environment for and we're working on implementing smart transactions in a few months. We'll have a really fun thing for people to play with with that but that's not there yet still very much working out. Although a a lot of a lot of work has been put into that <hes> already <hes> <hes> getting back to what the president said the thing he said that might be right is he said that like what facebook is working on his banking and <hes> regardless of the merits of that specific claim a lot of what's been going on <hes> in Crypto currencies these scams where you know Bitcoin is decentralized so it doesn't fall under the regulatory aleatory regime of banking and there are good reasons why there's a regulatory regime around banking someone is acting as a trusted third party they need to be trustworthy and if you're trusting them there's this obvious business model all of them violating that trust and getting something out of it and there's a long history of banking crises happening every decade or so in the eighteen hundreds and if you start loosening up these banking regulations regulations <hes> <hes> you don't get technologists coming in building better technology you get scam artists coming in because artists can deliver fake product a lot faster than technologists can deliver a real product and there are a lot. More scam artists and technologists in the world that that Opportunity yes so so regulatory regime is looking at it and go yeah no. This bitcoin really is kind of.
"chia" Discussed on Triangulation
"A year and a half working by myself <hes> and she she <hes> we've been working on it for two years now with a whole team of people and it's got a whole bunch of moving parts <hes> and we have adviser advisers who are pretty serious academic cartographers who have been working with it's just a much bigger and more ambitious project in terms of <hes> what we're trying to pull off yeah yeah. Ambitious is definitely one great way to describe this. It really kind of seems to in my view stem. I'm from this idea that you know taking bitcoin as as one example bitcoin has a large ecological <hes> kind of toll on just managing bitcoin behind the scenes and Chia seems to to aim to hope to address that a little bit and you know it has kind of like a green perspective yeah yes so one of the goals of Chia is being much less wasteful greener. <hes> than Bitcoin is <hes> that doesn't in terms of bitcoins day to day functioning <hes> that doesn't cause a problem for bitcoins running. It's it's gross in. It's bad for the world <hes> but it it doesn't make a the BITCOIN run badly although related to it is bitcoins whole point is that it's decentralized but it's not as decentralized as you'd really like it to be so <hes> I came up with this whole grand plan for for a new consensus algorithm that's much <hes> greener and more decentralized than the one in bitcoins and that's using space power you yes so bitcoin Bitcoin is based off this wonderful horrible idea. Bitcoin is a secure distributed database now. That sounds like an oxymoron. How can you have a secure distributed database? How can it be that if everyone just leaves and totally new people come in <hes> the database continues moving forward without interruption because don't you need like a quorum of people in order to keep doing things and <hes> the idea in Bitcoin is that you have this you have this blockchain that requires actual computational work to create you have <hes> the technical term is dead beefs but you have <hes> <hes> in order to make something that looks like a blockchain? There's work the actual electricity <hes> basically when you have a bitcoin mining operation all those computers burning all that electricity. They're not actually doing anything most of what they're doing accomplishes nothing what they are doing is they're printing lottery tickets right once in a while one of them prince a winning lottery ticket like once every couple of minutes somewhere on planet earth one of these machines prince of winning lottery ticket <hes> and then everything moves forward <hes> and <hes> what this accomplishes that you and I are just reading this database and we get into an argument about what is the current state of the database <hes> we can resolve this argument meant just by looking at the weight of our blockchain's and whichever one had more blood sweat and tears go into its creation is the winner <hes> and this allows for very rapid very reliable consensus <hes> on what the current state of this database basis and <hes> this is a really amazing idea. It really accomplishes the seemingly impossible task of making a secure distributed database. Now it has a reputation strategy of everything goes everywhere aware in order to make it possible to keep up has this limit of only really handling a few transactions per second and you have warehouses full of computers burning electricity doing nothing but that those caveats aside is really accomplishing something amazing <hes> and it's hard to figure out how to improve on this and people go go well. We'll just use a different mining algorithm which is different way of printing lottery tickets but those all kind of wind up being the same <hes> when you mess with it winds up happening is the way you mind bitcoin them where you might any crypto currency <hes> that's truly distributed <hes> that really does have a blockchain that boils down to you manufacturer custom hardware <hes> for doing your mining then you burn electricity with custom hardware <hes> to do your mining and that's what it all boils.
Everything you need to know about Spain's general election on Sunday April 28
"Europe where Spain is holding another election for more on the country's political landscape. Let's bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor. Neighbor, take Bob Spanish voters will go to the pose this weekend for the country's third general election in four years. Spain's economy has been a source of Chia, even as Germany, France and Italy have flounded, but the risk is an economic slowdown could happen van expected. Prime minister Pedro Sanchez is seen as a front runner. But the fragmented political landscape means a hung parliament is also a probability for more on the general election Madrid bureau chief Charles Pentti joins me to discuss great. Have you with us Charles? Thank you so much joining. So I mentioned that prime minister petro Sanchez is seen as the front runner going into the elections. Tell us more about that. Prime minister Spain he became prime minister when he he threw a whole you may remember competence Spain's surprise, prime minister. He was forced to call elections this weekend because he was. But coming out of that to weakness, he's actually very effective campaign. We see him as a clear front runner going into these elections. He will seems. Beat the biggest in in in parliament's. But but the question really is is whether he will enough to be able to form a ruling majority, and the you know, the way to do that is through building coalition. Spain has now become used to mechanism of governing coalition in the old days. We saw two very strong politics such as policy on the PB divide. But because of the effects of the crisis a decade ago. You know, the Kaplan cry fifteen what we've seen is m scape. And what we expect to see would be some results going to Hong Peng, Ponant and know, which Sanchez as the leading candidate will be reaching out to try and form coalition in Spain. What would be the implications of that of a hung parliament policy? Then. Coalition shape. If as seems likely Sanchez emerges as the biggest party. Has the short trying to form a coalition? These natural would be to reach out to the anti-establishment Pontypool on to his left politically. So that combination would have a certain consequences policy by Amos would seek to have a policy, and and that would influence Sanchez's thinking. To government. Another possible coalition with the centrist parties. So. Has ruled out that possibility. Seen as the more likely partner in postponed, right wing coalition. But that is another option. That's another pulse that could unfold based on what happens this weekend, right and talk to us about what that could mean for the economy. I mean Spain's unemployment rate some say gives campaign Fota to Sanchez's opponents. He's been doing well, we're in the sixth year of expansion engine duty Spain still coming out of his brutal financial crisis two thousand ten thousand two thousand twelve is recovering strongly. And and you know. This this year expects growth of two point two percent. It's a solid expansion. And we we see the economy going forward with plenty of momentum. People will be watching the impact the election result. Only Coney how policy may shape the economy going forward. But we don't detect them too much nervousness in the markets. For example, you know, setting Sanchez up. So now has no he's he's his socialist governments as so she's minority. Government has has has not been a coast is not a concern for for example. What should we watch full as the results come in anything that might move markets? The big surprise would be a a win for the right result. Which might lead people to think that a right wing coalition power in Spain by which I mean. This emerging national politics. You know, the main thing that unites. On independence. But I suppose have very committed to for example, cutting taxes. The market might might might applaud that that could be a result. Which would be a significant surprise full. Bureau. Chief Charles panty. Thank you so much for
"chia" Discussed on KCRW
"I hope you'll stick around on Steve Chia take in the next hour. We're gonna talk more about the chief U S negotiation for peace in Afghanistan. This is a man Zalmay Khalilzad who's been in talks with the Taliban recently talked about the state of those negotiations to think tank, you're gonna hear what he has to say on progress or perhaps not enough progress that story coming up a little later this hour Cajun cirmac right now looking at traffic locations. Boy, we've got a big. Problem in Hollywood right now big surface street alert, a vehicle involved in a three vehicle. Collision has struck the corner of a building on Highland avenue near Melrose avenue. This is according to a report at the scene. I haven't heard anything yet from CHP. I will keep my on it. Or at least the local authorities in that area. Meanwhile, west side south on the five before Wilshire boulevard collision blocking the carpool lane. Expect pretty heavy delays from par Sunset Boulevard, and that's building Mary. Keisha? Keep us updated. You're listening to KCRW. It's four twenty. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. You talk innovation and you think high tech and digital and cutting edge Donna things, right? What about burritos frozen burritos that I mentioned it because conagra the package foods conglomerate is said to be working on some layoffs about one hundred people or so at one of its facilities in Colorado. I also mentioned it though because by next year packaged foods is expected to be a three trillion dollar industry worldwide. And if you ain't innovating in a market that big you're losing marketplace's Renata sago explains. Consumers want healthier food. These days, you know, plant based proteins and items you can scoop up along the perimeter of the grocery store the desire for fresh has packaged food industry. Giants hungry to stay relevant. Brittany weisman? A consumer analyst at Edward Jones says that's why companies.
"chia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Mitch Miller. We're still with us. He may. Well, have changed the lyrics to our next route sixty six classic to include deck the halls with Chia pets, maybe not. Play on third tops.
"chia" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Mind today? Hey, so last night, I got home late from work and couldn't sleep. So I was watching infomercials and I saw an infomercial for the Chia pets, and they have golden girls Chia pet. So I thought it Nate. They have golden girls Chia pet. I bought it as a gift for someone else. That was so FIA. So so Ryan in Gandhi, they have a Chia pet for each one of the golden girls characters the only one I was so FIA. But maybe they haven't does have the curly hair. Yeah. Of course, straight. Nate loves the older women, and I love the golden rule. Feeling about you know, if you on Chia pets, but that's just put me over the edge. In fact, they so Ryan you you have the Sofia Chia pet right? You bought it? No. But I wanted to. There's nothing like having FIA in topiary form in your living. Chia pet. He's so Ryan way. Why are we up so late watching infomercials? Well, I work in traffic control. So I got called up to an emergency job. And I got home at like three o'clock in the morning. So you know, what when we get up in the morning to come in. That's the same time that the golden girls Chia pet commercials pretty much, but they must do with marshals because they wouldn't be on. If people aren't ordering stuff. We must assume that only people like us in Ryan who are up at this hour, the only people that are into like Chia pets ramming don't they want? Don't want Chia pets at noon. I feel like they're preying you're sleep deprived mind because I look at things in the middle of the night that I would never buy like, yes, the copper chef. I need. Groceries. Hey, Ryan, do you. Remember, the butter Butler that was my favorite. Oh, yeah. Funny. The Butterball where you put your Ukraine your stick of butter in this tube, and your turn it in it. It comes out in a nice little ribbon of butter. Fantastic. All right. Thank you for listening to us. Thanks for the warning. So FIA Chia pet pert who like older women like lion getting back on. Are you still there? Yeah. Oh, it's your lucky day. It is the Elvis Duran giving tree during the delong days of giving shall we reach under the.
Man charged with hate crimes in Kroger store killings
"In another shooting spree that federal officials say was motivated by hate for NPR news. I'm Ryland Barton. In Louisville Kentucky, retail sales showed a sharp rebound last month with purchases of motor vehicles and building materials. Both surging Commerce Department report shows overall retail sales up eight tenths of a percent in October. Stocks recovered from an earlier slide to post gains today, the Dow Jones industrial average was up more than two hundred points. The NASDAQ rose one hundred twenty two points. This is NPR. This is KCRW at five. Oh, four good evening. I'm Steve Chia. Take is here's what you need to know. Right now. President Donald Trump is set to visit northern California this weekend tour communities that were decimated by the camp wildfire. It is considered the deadliest in state history. Fifty six people confirmed dead, so far the destruction to property only keeps growing to at last check more than nine thousand structures have burned to the ground. The vast majority of them homes and the
"chia" Discussed on KCRW
"Persimmon sorbet, and that's a super soft right persimmon. How do all persimmons grow at the same rate at the same time of year? Is it harvest time? Now wants the best season for persimmons. Yes. No. Maybe. And I'm not sure. Okay. All right. No, all levity aside. I grow eight varieties of persimmons they do not all come in at the same time. I start out with the Serrano co op the vernacular on that is the chocolate persimmon, which we are selling out of today. The next one is the Maru, which is a cinnamon. And following that close on its heels is the Yakult may those are all pollination variant, non astringent. So those three variety is you can eat hard or soft now the hot Chia and also it's companion the Tama pan, which I grow we call it the mango persimmon, those are pollination constant astringent. Okay. So they you gotta wait for him to be dead soft the hot Chia, and I'd like to see your ice cream. Chef try the Tama pan, which we call the mango persimmon in her ice cream. It handles just like the hot Chia except that it's skin is not papery thin when it software. It's much easier to handle, and you don't get cracks which then can mold and of course, both those persimmons you get them soft, and you can't even ride away. Just freeze them put them in a court and freeze them, and they'll be fine. Now, you're persimmons like a lot of these farmers that we have you leave a mom. In the tree or do you pick them season them? Let them sit around for awhile rest condition. Whatever before you bring them in or they right off the tree. They're essentially right off the tree. They don't go into a cold storage or anything. It depends on the time of the pick and the prescribed usage if I were selling persimmons to your ice cream. Chef will she's gonna want them software. So I'm probably not gonna cool him for her because she's going to want to get software. She can use them. Right. So that's something that you can do at farmers market that you can't necessarily do at, you know, at Safeway or something where they can tell me what they can use.
"chia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"They want to confirm the identifications notify family members of family members don't have to hear about it. You know on on the news. But. Four of those who were killed were sisters three of whom died with their husbands. We're looking at excellent ABC Burke who were newlyweds in Amsterdam. They rented the limo axel Steenberg stepfather had told the New York Times. Apparently, they were going to a surprise party for Amy Steve works thirtieth birthday. Then her sister Abigail husband atom Sister, Mary has been rob. Anyway. So a lot of people. Unfortunately, there is a gofundme page for the family of axel and his brother and the they're trying to reach over their ten thousand dollars goal. I couldn't imagine what these families are going through right now. But. We're not sure exactly what happened. I mean. You're looking at a at a usually these limos, you don't really hear a lot of accidents with these levels. The driver was Scott listened Chia. He was driving the LeBow when it crashed like, this was a last minute. Swap of a vehicle. And so they believe what happened is it lost control curved lost control on a curve. Then it's then it swung. It it. It went off the road continue to continuing to turn upon itself. And then hit some by standards and some pedestrians that were in the local area. And you know, there was remember there was that limousine that went on fire was the bachelorette party. There was a limousine where the driver couldn't hear people screaming. And apparently a fire was started on the back of the limousine. That's all a bunch of people died. You know, I I think we give too much. I think we're we're a little too relaxed. When it comes to being in other people's vehicles, and we have this very new sort of culture. Now where we have. No problem, hop it into the vehicle with somebody else. And when I first started to learn how to drive I was very nervous about Venus somebody else's vehicle. Not because I can be taken somewhere rate or -ducted. But also because I was like I'm trusting this person's driving. What if they have a heart attack? What did they have a seizure? What if they speed? And so I had to let go and I had to start relaxing leading taxi drivers, take me, etc. And you do you just start to get the sense of you know, what they're in control. I could drink. Well, no, not entirely. I'm not sure what the heck happened. I don't know if this guy was on drugs. God forbid, I you know, recipes I don't know what happened. But you know, if this liberal company did have, you know, crappy. Cars, and I think it was a Ford excursion stretch. And if if you know, they don't have drivers up to speed, etc. Whatever you're putting your life into people's hands. And so this crash kind of unfortunately reminds us that you're not always safe at the hands of a driver that you just don't know or in a vehicle, but you just don't know, you know, I was taught when it first started driving you do safety checks on your car. Nobody does that we hop in the car we speed out. But are we checking our tire pressures are? We check the brakes. Are we doing? You know, you have to do that in a plane. You can't fly your plane unless you do Stacey checks every single time. You get it's the plane. Yeah. We don't do that. With the cars. We take things for granted. And unfortunately, this is this is very very tragic, and I..
Maryland woman kills three people and herself in warehouse gun rampage
"Working at a drugstore warehouse in Maryland opened fire on colleagues killing three people before fatally shooting herself authorities say the temporary worker 26-year-old snow Chia Moseley got into an argument shortly before the incident at the Rite Aid distribution facility in Aberdeen people shot inside and outside the business. We believe it began outside and moved inside Harford county sheriff Jeffery Galler says there's no motive at this time. She was armed with one hand gun and several magazines. No shots were fired by any law enforcement responder workers at the facility described. Terrifying. Moments of what they called crazy gunfire. People screaming and running in all directions. The sheriff says the shooter used a nine millimeter Glock that was registered in her name. She died at a hospital from a self inflicted, gunshot wound. The attack comes almost three months after manatee newspaper office in Annapolis. Maryland five. Five staff members were killed in that shooting.
"chia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"What you Saturday night. That's. Okay. Well, we can go. Yeah. It's a Saturday anyway. Dawn of my apologies. No problem. Okay. Let's see here guys. Oh, Chia pets. Did you ever have one as a kid? I know I never owned a pet. Did you was it just a regular one or wasn't a themed one? This is before all the cool ones. This was just a sheep. Oh, that's cute. They do figures and people. Mahanama animals. Okay. We'll just in time for the holidays. They've released their new list of Chia pets. So they're gonna do stranger things. The kid who has the. The missing teeth. The funny one, oh what's his name missing teeth in oh, Dustin, Dustin? So there's a Dustin Chia pet. They also have Rick and Morty they're doing Ghostbusters predator Ramelan's and a group from guardians of the galaxy. Okay. Ooh. Oh, those are cute. Yeah. So if you don't know what a Chia pet is. It's like a terra cotta little figurine. And then it sprouts little Chia plants looks like here sheep. A sheep. Yeah. That was the original one was a sheep rate was it. I don't know what.
"chia" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"The people that are tweeting me. They're using them in love him, and you could wrap it. Most people use them for their dress, but you could wrap it around one of those punching bags. Wow. There you go. And my my g that. The think that Matthew's head sort of looks like a Chia pet that hasn't been watered since nineteen sixty four. Wow. Wow. Sorry. Matthew. Line. Good lines. Get. How long have we been sitting on that about about fifteen seconds here? Matthew Tiffany just comes to me and say, you know what What I mean? mean? Not the best in the business for no reason I have. I have Patrick Mahomes QB seventeen. I think I'm too low on him field Yates. I'm going to raise him a little bit higher so I haven't. I haven't refreshed my rankings after all the weekends. I wanted to see, you know, everything that we learned. And I mean, it just. We we know the thing is whenever you look at stuff like this, just how repeatable is it? Yep, we know. I mean, look, the Andy Reid got got Alex Smith to throw deep last year he did and we, we know that tyreek hill speed is unquestioned. TIMMY Watkin still finding his way into this offense field Yates, but we know that when healthy Sammy Watkins has him speed as well. Look, they're going to be some growing pains, but they're going to be some some magical moments coming up for Patrick Mahomes. Let's gate forward here the other side of the equation. Kelvin Ridley I think that the problem with Calvin really was nothing to do with Calvin really himself. He got drafted to a team that already had to firmly establish wide receivers. One in the superstar Julio Jones and one in just a reliable guide that continually get to done in Muhammed so new. If Calvin nearly had been drafted somewhere else, let's just say he had gone to buffalo for example, which would at in their second first round pick as opposed to their first first round. Pick we talking about Calvin really much different light because he looked really good. I know this define you is the unofficial conductor of the Calvin really hype train. I am and I think he's looked really good in the preseason, and certainly the coaches have been speaking to that. I, I wonder if he doesn't bypass Muhammad's new if this keeps up. I mean, if you look at what happened in the preseason game, obviously Hulu Jones up playing a Freeman, another pass catcher for them potentially not playing, but he foreign Matt Ryan was in a game three, Ryan, seven targets going to Ridley only one going to sununu, you know, is small sample size. So I'm not gonna say that that's exactly how it's going to play out. But I think he, he's certainly getting a lot of attention for what he's doing in camping. You never know. He could sneak up there washed his frustration or his. His production was frustrating, but it was nothing to do with Calvin really himself obviously a much different offense in Alabama where again, they won the national championship, but clearly quarterback play was at times at the strength of that team. Not too many teams pull their starting quarterback in the middle of a playoff game and to win it. But Alabama has an embarrassment of riches. I. It's possible that just because of the fact that they do have Muhammed new behind Julio Jones, and there's some optimism surrounding Austin Hooper that Calvin released production is not great, but he's still one of those guys that I like more and more is a late round flyer. The more Accion him this preseason because somebody gets hurt and all of a sudden that week is a great week to plug it or to your points defying a, I don't think the Calvin really overtakes Muhammed's new as the slot receiver in Atlanta, right?.
"chia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Okay So the wedding bouquet according to, mermaids started because back in, the day people didn't take a lot. Of, showers no I believe that. Has, aids I have no idea I have no Okay okay that's the beauty of it is there's. Absolutely. No correlation okay this is this is what. I deal with whereas I'm, getting my haircut Every. Time. Every, two weeks this is the conversation this is what we. Big. This is what it's like every two weeks. At the Medina great clip And it is hysterical to me I love her so. Much she is an endless source of fascination and entertainment for me. And this is this is that's only a minute and thirty. Four seconds in our it takes about twenty minutes to cut this. Chia head of mine that's only a small slither of sliver of of. The conversations and then she went back to mermaids eventually and she posted shoes I'm gonna send you the link of what, I've read recently tagged me I know more than got to, my car and she already tagged, me on Facebook with? The newest piece of evidence lex? Which is why it's it's from a? Website from some I. It's not just curious to. See where is this evidence what are what are they finding. Is it Skeletons? Or whatever Okay it's just an article Yeah, I. Asked her I go.
Charges to be revealed against Harvey Weinstein seven months after cascade of allegations
"Manhattan district attorney's office for months following formal complaints by two women the chia evans said weinstein forced her to perform oral sex pasta said he raped her the exact charges will be revealed when weinstein appears in court seven months after a of allegations began from dozens of women they will be the first criminal charges but maybe not the last weinstein is still under investigation by police in los angeles and by federal prosecutors here that's aaron katersky this is abc news are you hesitant about undergoing dental work you put off routine visits to the dentist or has your oral health and physical appearance taken it's toll on you if so there is health call dr scott condie at four eight zero four nine seven two.
"chia" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"And that chocolate flavor without them getting all gummy and fucked up we don't want your fucking sealed attorneys like chia pudding okay god hate those things so much a whole couch just moved because i shudder there's just something about the texture of chia pudding i wish i could be into it no i can't do it i can't do that shit tiny fish eggs you should be happy that i now understand the magic of gushers i'm not doing putting on similar doing they're on different just kidding it's just the only thing they have in common is they both make shit shit different colors them for that beautiful image so what's go to this thing so this is going to be you're going to rate our different serial choices and then it's going to tell us what click we are in high school or something yes i'm very excited to our virtual let's say what click we were in in high school and see words heard okay i was like a drama gay like choir game whatever that is theater bench so how do you feel about good old fashioned grape nuts or hate it love it or neutral so i've never had nuts i feel like i've had it like once and i'm going to go like inbetween neutral and hated that's where i'm going to go to so regular cheerios i'm i fucks with the nice cheerio i'm going to go not quite all the way up to love it but like just a snatch underneath it.