35 Burst results for "Chronic Disease"
Dr. Harvey Risch: We Had a Pandemic of Manufactured Fear
"Manufactured Manufactured That's a term that was used It's part of a quote from Yale epidemiologist doctor Harvey rish recently Incidentally somebody that the great one has interviewed on life liberty and have been previously Continuing with what doctor rash had to say Said overall I'd say that we've had a pandemic of fear And fear has affected almost everybody or as the infection has affected relatively few By and large it's been a very selected pandemic and predictable It was very distinguished between young versus old Healthy versus chronic disease people So we've quickly learned who was at risk for the pandemic and who wasn't However the fear was manufactured for everybody and that's what's characterized the whole pandemic is that degree of fear and people's response to the
"chronic disease" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast
"If this one thing is done whatever. Chronic ailments that one has will completely vanish the manufacturer or the source of creating these bodies with the new that which created his entire body. Condie fix a little problem. We have helped thousands of people to come out of that problem this by doing improve process between spiritual self and the physical body as it relates to disease and self being free of disease may not necessarily be wellbeing. It's an essential part but now the whole of it when you feel well when you really feel well and all levels of who you are. That's well being. It's a matter of being in tune with everything within and around you. it's a matter of being full-fledged life it's a matter of being exists essentially alive not psychologically busy held is just one of the ingredients for wellbeing. Health is a necessary ingredient. But it's not everything but the word help comes from the word whole that means when you feel complete when you feel whole your healthy so in that context health is well being but today the way health is being looked at is only as physical health. Only as that. You must pass all the tests that the doctor gives you so. In that sense it did not entire wellbeing but it is an essential ingredient for wellbeing without physical health feeling well this padras as there is a medical physiology then is a yoga get physiology. We see the body as five seats or five layers. The first is the physical body which is reference with my question which literally translate translates as the food body. The physical body that we carry is just an accumulation of food that we've eaten or a piece of the planet that we have taken the next layer of the bodies known as the melanoma kosher which literally means the mental body so in yoga we do not see mind as in any one specific place then died body has intelligence and the entire body. Every cell in the body has its own memory. At least we know today even by the modern medicine and by our experience we know that our body every cell in our body remembers even what happened to our forefathers a thousand years ago or a million years ago so there's enormous memory and intelligence in every cell so there is a mental body. This is like the hardware and software but these things can do nothing by themselves unless you plug it into quality power so the third layer of the body is referred to as a promise of the energy body that is enormous knowledge and experience your knowledge about this energy body between which refer to as promise kosheh there are seventy two thousand nowadays partways which have manifested in a certain way this full-fledged indepth knowledge about these things as to how we can master each one of them and what it will cause in our expedience on our sense of wellbeing. Essentially if you're looking at just at health. If once brahma kosheh are the energy body is properly balanced and vibrant there will be no ailment in the physical and mental body. There's no possibility of ailment. He that in the physical of mental body aligning then edgy. Body aligning the energy body. Properly between its two half's which are known as eater and gala and keeping it. Why brent if this one thing is done we one can clearly see whatever chronic ailments that one has either in the physical body or in the mental scape will completely vanish. We can show hundreds and thousands of people like this that when people come with ailments. We don't treat them for the ailment. We just help them to get their energy body. Weibring unbalanced the many ways to look at this. Let's look at this way. The manufacturer of this body is inside. Isn't it the manufacturer or the source of creating these bodies within you so if you have a repair job to be done. Would you like to go to the manufacturer or the local tinker. If you're lost access to the manufacturer you will run around and fiddle around the local mechanic. Otherwise you'll latterly go to the source of creation that which created this entire body. Contact fix a little problem. You definitely can if you find excess but a whole lot of people. We have helped them to walk out of the dramatic conditions. Breathing problems are so common. In urban areas in india we have helped thousands of people to come out of that problem not by treating them with medicine just by doing simple process. If you delve deep enough into yourself that was made the very body that intelligence and that energy which created this body is right here. We can teach you methods as to how to find access to this. What we're offering to the world as in engineering is just this. Do a simple method for everybody to turn inward and find access. It did not religion. He did not a philosophy is not even teaching. It is a technology off turning inward technologies will be..
"chronic disease" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"Eric i have just one more question. I wanna leave you with your original national bestseller book. The healing power of essential oils was fabulous. Why did you feel the need to write this book. The essential oils apothecary. Which at the time of this publishing should be should be live. I believe and we'll put a link below to it as well you know. What are the differences there. I'm picking up from our conversation. Today that it has a lot more to do with fighting chronic disease. Yeah yeah the. I went back and forth with my publisher on that subtitle We both agreed. And i'll get my my editor all the credit the apothecary. That was her nose. Those wonderful idea i. I think it's really fun little title but the subtitle i kinda fodder on. What's the title. Like advance strategies and protocols for chronic diseases and conditions. It's it's that's it. It's like you know why sam nothing like this exists on the planet. Nothing it's the first book of. It's there are a lot of one bucks. And that's what my first book is. Healing power essential oils is a great primer. It teaches you Soup to nuts. It's actually a soup-to-nuts guide. And i have a little cool section for women's health because why a vast majority of our readers in your listeners are women so i wanted to help them with like menopause issues and pms and stuff that i've learned from my wife and research but going back to the just the consistency of the questions and the feedback from our community is they're looking for protocol's they're looking for advanced strategies they get the basics. Like my my buddy jo winger from the prairie homestead. She she wrote. I wish i had in front of me. She run endorsed endorsed my book. And she said whatever she said. basic aromatherapy books about but. There's nothing like this in the market and there isn't so i did it because quite frankly in needed to be done and no one. I want to be careful here. I don't think people were willing to do it. I don't. I don't think people were brave enough to do it. I think people were afraid of censorship in therapy community. You get ostracized for doing something like this and in the multi level marketing community. You guys were completely completely stripped of your freedom of speech. While now as a side note. I wanted to bring up is how grateful i am that despite all the pressures you have kept herself as a brand neutral essential oil educator. I love being branded. Because i love my living community. I mean my podcast is for anyone. Anyone can learn. And i don't care what essential oils you us you know. I use young. Let me because. I love them. And i know you love them too but you have kept yourself brand neutral as a brand as a business person and that gives you that freedom. It's not total freedom. You know. I know you deal with a lot of censorship issues in nevada stuff. But i've just always been great. I know you get a lot of pushback from from people on all sides. Why aren't you promoting this brand or that brandon. You must not value high-quality oils or something. And it's like no. I did that. I wouldn't be able to say what i say legal. Yeah i'm be shut down like the the fact that my first book is called the healing parv essential oils. That's not fda complying if i were a network marketing right like right there title so the reason is is because there is literally else. That does what i do. I mean no one. No one is non branded that teach in educate and reach millions of or injuries. Some way making money off of the sale otherwise every wheels. I challenge you go to any blog. You click a link. Boom you go to an affiliate link you go to a website. And so i found myself being the voice of the people like i'm literally the voice of the network marketer and i take that very seriously i have very close friends. High ranking young living. High ranking not erupts. That are close friends of mine and like your voice you see things. We can't say and sows empowered. I very much was m. i wrote this book in quarantine. so take that for what worth Something you know. And i literally wrote the book in like a week and it took months to edit but it was like it was a download and it was like bom everything. All the combination with realities chronic diseases. The thing that really is the pandemic and it's global there are multiple global pandemics surrounding chronic disease. Alzheimer's dementia cancer heart disease fatty liver bone and joint disorders libido tau this function stress depression anxiety. These are just a handful of stuff. I go in depth. Alto guarantee you. One thing you start on this track you'll put yourself in an infinitely better situation that you will live a chronic disease free life in if you currently are on that train you can get off it and at the very least feel better today. And that's one courage with no major claims. Like when i talk about epilepsy and i do in parkinson's. I'm trying to help with symptom base management. I'm not proposing your cure stuff. That was my choice. And i want to interrupt an index clarify. What do you feel like. The role that essential oils will play in the future of chronic disease. Yeah they they play a very strong preventive role in being a key component to your nontoxic lifestyle so they are the key to bodycare cleaning products. And what's being omitted throughout your air. That's the key number one. So that right there reduces your inflammatory in your metabolic burden right there. So now right. Now because inflammation is the primary cause of all chronic disease. You put yourself at. You just dropped the run. You just step down the ladder. Three or four steps to getting developing a disease. But also i'm finding that more research is being done developing pharmaceuticals based off the chemical constituency. That we see in plants like. Where do you think..
"chronic disease" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"Here's a tip if you're stuck breath through your mouth not through your nose because when you read through your nose. That's that is the cascade through affection. And that's what affects your brain in. It might hear. This is lesser two evils. This is a trick that i've learned if again you're only hurting respiratory system when you breathe through your nose those chemicals. You're hurting your your your brain your neurological system your sense of smell. And you're hurting your lungs and your respiratory system so again isolated to your lungs. Your lungs can handle it better and at least it won't give you an immediate headache and nausea. That's been saying. Arrogance and chile is for though for those people that say central whales. Don't work for me or you know i'm just. I'm not feeling the effects likely sign that they're toxic load is too high and you know a simple test for that is if those kind of synthetic fragrance smells. Don't bother you that is like you're sticking your hand in the fire and you're not jerking it back out because we've become so desensitized to those toxic chemicals and Might make your life a little more convenient to not reacted things like that in that way. But it's essentially gonna hurt you in the long run because it's not your body's not signaling to you that it's in pain and it is even if you don't smell it or feel it right off the bat and you need to allow yourself to clinton's detoxify change change your environment. We both have courses that. Teach people how to do this. How to completely detoxify their homes from room to room identify the toxins identified the chemicals replace them with essential oils. Diy or vetted products. You know that are safe to use. We are living in a world where we're very very lucky that we have instant access to as many recipes as we want right easy access to materials. You can order online if you can't get access to some of those kind of used to be hard to get Ingredients but most ingredients. You can buy your common store if you're gonna diy or if you're not into the either so many really good companies out there right now that do make good quality products. Yes you have to spend a little extra for them but that little bit of extra you are worth it. I tell my audience time and time again. You are worth that little extra your body worth it you are and it takes little effort and the thing is where do you start and i always go back to the low hanging fruit. I always go back to what your pain point like. What is really aching you right now. What is it that you can afford. What is it that would be easiest for you to do so. Maybe out of all the things we talked about. Maybe something that hits you is like you know what you're right. Every time i spray that for breeze after the dog poops or the baby poops. I get a little e weird inside. Maybe i shouldn't use that for breeze. Maybe that's the low hanging fruit. Throw it away and make your own version of it. Which by the way that's the easiest. Chief is run a little bit of grain alcohol. A little bit of water couple drops oil essential oil done unlike. That's pennies beside the bottle. The bottle amazon's two bucks as most expensive thing in that. So that right. There is low hanging fruit. Start somewhere whether it's a poo poo spray. Or whether it's your own diy. So i mean how easy foaming hand soap. I mean it's like an was stupid simple right. That's that's what. I was raised with that stupid simple. I could do it. I'm not a dr wire again. My wife does not allow me to touch a hammer unsupervised. I'm a. i'm not that guy from the researcher. i'm the hetty one. She's the handy one. So i get it but you know when we were talking about the stuff you know in my book we kinda condense all this in one chapter. Because i'm like okay. Let's let's get the basics. Let let's talk about toxicity. Let's set the stage. Because we're trying to cover chronic conditions. I want people to know that. By definition chronic disease is highly preventable and treatable and it starts typically in childhood..
"chronic disease" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"And he's a dear friend of mine so glad to have you back here on the show with us. Eric how are you sam. I am blessed. And if you don't mind. Can i tell your listeners. Just awesome your. I might do that. I don't gone you better. Not i'm gonna listen to this so everyone. This is take two of the interview the last interview. Did i absolutely bombed it. I was off in a. You're so sweet. I forget what you said. You're like yeah you were in you know it was good. You weren't like your normal self at your house but it was tanked. It was like. I was so out of my zen like right now. I'm at peace. 'cause i have my office i have my lights. Have everything even got my blue light blocking glasses on of been getting headaches because of all the screen time i am ready so thank you my dear friend but you know what in our space. That doesn't happen. You don't get a lot of take two's and so i love you. I appreciate you and everyone listening. Just give her some love she knew. Aw better keep that well. Let's try in. I know that you you. And i hate to rush. You know to the content but you have so much beautiful. Essential oil knowledge to share with the world. I mean everytime i speak to you. I i walk away with just an actionable practical something that i can do right now to make my life better. You know last the take one. We talked about orange and vanilla essential oil. You introduced me to that mix and gave a little background on that. And i made up a little spray. I've got it on my desk. And i've been sprain that and it's it's helped so much with we were talking you know before we hit record about this all the heavy. That's going on in the world with afghanistan climate change. And you know it's it's a lot of heavy and so this concoction that you shared with me that i'll have you explain to our listeners. As well as helped so much lift that heaviness to know to know that we are not victims. That's a that's a very strong word. And i use it carefully eight. We're not victims of circumstances we can create our environment and we have to a large extent. Create a reality and more importantly how we perceive our reality. This season is chaotic. This season is hectic whether you're listening to this twenty twenty one or a replaying twenty twenty two i guarantee you the waves a covert or hitting you. And they're gonna last for for for quite a long time. Burnout overwhelm stress depression mental health. I mean everything. From from suicide rates skyrocketing to olympians withdrawing from competition because of mental health concerns. This is real and when i was researching for this book that comes out in a couple of weeks surprised to find out that one of my favorite smells in the whole wide world actually has scientific backing behind it and it does something to the psyche. So what researchers did was they took two groups of people and they evaluated to groups of people one in clinical setting with no of romano smell in another group of people in the same clinical setting with lime green and vanillin which are basically orange and vanilla essential oil being diffused and they had these people. These people subjected themselves willingly to be part of a hopeless helpless scenario. That sounds grim. It was in. You know what their task was in a group again. Like with fifteen people or so. Their task was to solve a social dilemma which was essentially racism. There's no way in the world you with fifteen other people are gonna solve racy entertainers to exactly right not going to solve racism in a room with people. I is a piece a piece of paper and pencil and so what they're trying to do. They trying to facilitate frustration. They're trying to facilitate hopelessness like l. This i give up. They wanted that. I give up. They wanted people to get burned out. They wanted to test and the stress. How to what length would this bring someone to in a sense mental health distress but the that was a control group with nothing but the aromatherapy group because they were inhaling orange and vanilla every one of them every one of them reported that the enjoyed the smell which is interesting. I mean that's ubiquitous. I'm sure there is a person or to other. That doesn't like the smell but most people do writes your dreams Right everyone enjoyed the smell. And here's a cool thing to the level that they enjoyed the smell. They had less stress less anxiety and they were more hopeful that they could actually accomplish the task even though they can figure it out. It reduced burn out in overwhelm considerably and again to the greatest level depending on how they enjoyed the smell. So that's that's the big takeaway here. You have to find what works for you. Yes we know that orange manila really have a nice. It makes sense because of the chemical constituency and what happens when the body interacts with lyman. Which is an anti inflammatory component. I mean there's there's a lot of things that make sense when you hope in when you inhale orangey. At a dopamine rush it helps with serotonin gaba which is neuro transmitter. That reduces anxiety again talking brain psychology and brain physiology but but the most important part was enjoying the snow. Yeah so what does that mean. Maybe for you. Maybe that's you gotta mix it up a little bit..
The Role of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in Relation to Chronic Diseases
"Have done research white widely on different teams on sedentary behavior. What what is the thing at the moment that you get most excited about while i get some way. We've been researching copied for more than ten years now and I think what Really defined our research program is that we attempt to align epidemiological research with experimental research. And now as we move into real life interventions and to try and link all that evidence onto give out in what we call in ten triangulation of the the data and i guess what excites me. The most is that over that Appeared of time. We had started to gather evidence to really support the Up approach in the management and prevention of taught to beattie's of reducing sitting on and moving more frequently throughout the day we are highlighting. How shot change could lead to improvements in glucose management and also reduction in Some of the mighty complications of top wti light co. cardiovascular disease. Yeah yeah and you mentioned that you are trying to align the epidemiological and experimental research. Is there some mismatch that you wondering. Where does it come from No i guess on what we have let from a most recent iteration of the us Physical activity guidelines which was a really comprehensive Review of the evidence Specifically was a subcommittee form to look at the influence of and terry behavior on chronic diseases. And i think what what's important is that Within that review that identified that there is now strong evidence linking high amounts of seeking to an increased risk of talk to dr babies incidents and i. Now it's our job to stop to understand. Well why is this link between fifteen time and taught to diabetes and that has laid off seem to i a number laboratory based interventions here at the baker. And now i'm in an exciting development. We're now pushing this out to a long term intervention in the office workplace for people with diabetes
The Benefits of Exercise Vs. Diet For Fat Loss
"Now. What's also interesting. Is that another study compared. And this when you're gonna find fascinating. So what they did was. They put people into a negative energy balance. Like you would if you're on a diet or you weren't eating enough calories or you're exercising or exercising and restricting calories and what they found was well what they looked at first of all what they looked at was participants in which they got them into a negative energy balance by having an exercise their way to a negative energy balance so exercising to burn calories and burn a greater number of calories. And you're taking in caloric restriction to do the same thing or combining exercise with caloric restriction. Now here's what's interesting when we look at visceral fat which is arguably one of the types of fat stats of particular concern because it is the type of fat that's associated with an increase in metabolic risk and you compare that to the amount of subcutaneous fat loss. Which is you know. That's more the battle on your arms. Your legs less less problematic when it comes to chronic disease risk factors what the findings were was that all the groups that experience a negative energy balance through either clark restriction or exercise loss fat but the group that achieved all of their weight loss via exercise lost the most amount of the visceral fat even more than the people who got the negative balance through a combination of exercise and calorie restriction. So this kind of shows you that. I mean from a fat loss and particularly a decrease in a problematic type of fat trying to get the the best way to do. It is via movement not just dieting and even movement alone seems to be able to do and this is probably because skeletal muscle can act in different organs just like hormones. Skeletal muscle secretions action. Different hormones are in different organs so those molecules called myo canes and their secretion is influenced by exercise for example i'll six which is a site. Akina gets a created by your muscles. During exercise that promotes we know this visceral adipose tissue loss in response to exercise possibly even related to that vesicles signaling effect that i brought up earlier that they've just studied and found but i mean if you're in a scenario where like dieting is not an option. Whatever maybe it's a highly social scenario or your family union on vacation or whatever you can still stave off all of the nasty fat accumulation. That's the most problematic kind of fat accumulation through just exercise actually beats out dieting. Jeff was super interesting
Study Reveals the Secret to Longevity in Japanese Centenarians
"To ancient things. A new study is pop. The is a japanese study and his japanese study was looking at a group of japanese centenarians. Who seem to have these seemingly magical powers. They have an average age of one hundred seven amongst the healthiest longest living humans on earth protected from chronic diseases that that inevitably haunt a lot of the rest of us as we age like obesity and diabetes hypertension and cancer. But what they found these people that really stood out was the trillions of microbes that lived in their gut It wasn't the amount of the microbes but it was. It was the composition of those gut bugs. The composition of those gut bugs basically. They had a bacterial signature. Those similar to the strains of bacteria in in each and every single one of the centenarians but a lot of them had a very similar microbiome in one strain in particular stood out and it was type of bile acid. Okay or is it a bacteria that synthesizes bile acid now bile acids what you might know. Is this kind of boring bodily fluid that's commonly known for digesting fats. But it's now being called as a class of entering hormones hormones that go beyond their classic role in fat digestion and absorption. So what they found. Is that these bile. Acids helped to protect sensitive gets infection and other environmental stressors. So it's really interesting because we know that that the gut bile acid content to decrease a little bit as one ages in the secondary by lasts a really powerful so they've done studies in mice before they looked at the these these microbiomes humans and they found that the gut bile acids to regulate immune cells and prevent some dangerous microbes from taking over the gut. And what a what they looked at in the seniors a particular group of gut bugs called or owed oral back to rasaie adora backdoor and that turned out this little bile acid called eyeso- aloe lithocholic acid or eyeso- aloe
The Dangers of Sugar and Children
"We all know that sugar isn't good for us but really let's take a deep dive into why we really need to limit it in our kids diets. Oh absolutely well. I think you know. Sometimes we forget that during times of rapid growth like in childhood and adolescence that you know kids bodies are really sensitive to the influence of dieting activity. Because they're growing so fast they're seltzer turning over rapidly and that makes them especially vulnerable to the effects of food of physical activity and weight and even environmental damage that can occur and so we really need to put an emphasis during this time of rapid cell growth to make sure that the genes that are being activated or turning on towards health not towards a genetic susceptibility and sugar can actually displace some of these high value. Nutrition foods that play in essential role not just in growth but an immunity but also cognition and genetic expression okay. That's something that we don't typically hear about. And so what about the things we do hear about a lot in terms of childhood obesity. Type two diabetes like these things. We should be concerned about. Oh absolutely i mean first off anytime you look at childhood obesity wolf whether you know kids are really actually normal weight or an overweight. Too much sugar again. Just places. high value nutrition and micronutrients that can increase the inflammatory process that leads to chronic disease over time. Even kids who were teenagers who are overweight and adolescents have a significantly higher risk of colon cancer later in life. I mean we're even seeing precursors in heart disease in children. I mean if you look at like obesity in preschoolers. I think it's risen from around five percent in the early seventies like nineteen seventy two up to close to fourteen percent
Is Obesity Genetic?
"A lot of us still hold us misconception that obesity is all about willpower and self control. I know i have mentioned this. In the past as well and i just want to reiterate that obesity has been recognized as a chronic disease. A two thousand twelve online poll of eleven hundred forty three adults conducted by reuters and the market research from its source actually found that sixty one percent of the. Us adults believed that personal choices about eating and exercise what a sponsor for the obesity epidemic but interestingly the biologic cause of obesity was proposed as early as nineteen or seven as with other chronic diseases. That is a genetic competent obesity as well but before you started blaming it all on the jeans i do want to point out that this is certainly not the complete picture. Let's talk about the genetics. There have been various studies done on this to explore the genetic base of obesity. Quite a few landmarks were actually done before. We have the technology for genetic analysis. How were these studies done then. You might wonder well. These were done in twins ever wondered why identical twins look similar that's because genetically very similar fraternal twins on the other hand are not genetically similar. And that's why they also look different. So in nineteen seventy six. There was a scandinavian study conducted by 'em borgeson him to answer this question. How much of a role do genes play in obesity in children. The study design was simple and elegant. He enrolled forty identical twins and sixty one fraternal twins in his study. The twins that were selected for the study had at least one of the twins at one hundred fifteen percent of their ideal body weight. What makes this study. Really amusing is the fact that these two impairs had the same environment right from the womb. To the time they were studied what he found was that the head of the ability of obesity was anywhere between forty to sixty percent in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty six albertson card at the university of pennsylvania conducted another study proving this point further. He and his colleagues looked at danish adoption. Registry of five forty dollars the adoption records included the heights and the weights of the adoptees biologic and adoptive parents and when they analyze data and the looked at the bmi for both sets of the parents what they found was that despite having shared an environment within adoptive parents the adoptees bmi approximity those of their biologic parents rather than their adoptive parents. This study of course pointed to was the impact of jeans on obesity but did not provide any information on the extent of this
The 7 Keys to Health & Longevity
"Back when i was You know in college. I actually went to usc to study study cells in petri jewish and there are you know i studied these lung cells. And there's two type along. Sales one is type. One cell that basically lines the long participates in gas exchange. Then there was the type to sell which like a stem cell that could turn into type one cells but it also helps secrete something called surfactant which keeps the lung moist. Well we studied how these cells behaved in a petri dish and we started to learn. Okay well when does this. One cell differentiate into another cell. How does this help behave well. When we started to change the nutrients in the medium. We started to behave different. We started to change the temperature. It's hard to shift its behavior. In terms of how rapidly divided which changed the light and it started to change so turns out what determines the behavior or the state of a cell is not actually the dna. But it's actually all the energetic environment that's around that terms how the cell behaves and that. Dna's constantly listening again moment to moment with all that energetic environment right and what controls that environment everything because you dna's constantly listening but to learn everything and there's an infant amount of things that affects ourselves is going to help you or me but there are actually seven main things. In the book sleep nutrition movement emotional stress mastery relationships in purpose our thoughts and mindset those seven things is the eighty twenty rule or the ninety ten rule as to whether or not you can be in the thrive state which gives you access to optimal health longevity performance. Or if your cells think you're in stress because you haven't mastered those seven things. They think that you're in actually stress dangerous state. That's when inflammation increases immunity decreases. That's when you have chronic symptoms. That's when you get chronic disease this totally supports the studies on jeopardy. Where they'll they'll notice that you know people in this particular part of the world live on average ten or fifteen or even twenty years longer than people in this part of the world. it must be the genetics. Then they'll do. They'll follow their offspring. That move to a different part of the world within one generation their life span matches the place that they live
What is Poor Metabolic Health With Dr. Casey Means
"What is metabolic health. And what is poor metabolic health because recently studied was published that showed that eighty eight percent of americans are in poor metabolic health. So how is it defined. What is that. Why should we care right. Yeah that study was fascinating. Unc two years ago. Eighty eight percent of american adults have at least one biomarker of metabolic dysfunction. Five percent of us were wait which means a lot of the skinny. People also rain metabolic health. -actly exactly and really my belief is that by optimizing our metabolic health and really stabilize stabilizing our blood sugar levels and keeping them stable and healthy throughout our lifetime. It is really the quickest way and the lowest hanging fruit way to achieve really almost any health goal. That you have whether it's to look good. Feel good have longevity to avoid chronic disease tab athletic performance have your brain functioning properly. It's it's really the the trunk of the tree of so many of these Pain points we're dealing with today. So so what is metabolism. Fundamentally metabolism is the way that we produce energy in the body so we have thirty trillion cells in the body and only for income back olympic. And i think it's really important to find this poor metabolic. It's it's it's there's really three biomarkers that are looked at right. It was blood sugar blood pressure and cholesterol right exactly. So eighty percent of americans have a problem one or more those and the cause of all of those poor metabolic. Health markers is blood. Sugar does regulation and insulin resistance. And so what happens is you know we. We have these thirty trillion cells and every single one trillions needs energy to function and we need to convert food to energy and energy form that we can use in ourselves namely atp for our cells to function and when that process isn't going properly the metabolism when that conversion is not working properly we don't produce energy properly and cells. And what happens. We you have energy you get solar function.
Top Benefits of a Ketogenic Lifestyle
"Chronic sugar burning mode when their sugar burners they're producing a lot of metabolic waste that's damaging their cells and very little energy. it's energy inefficient. We want to create metabolic flexibility. Where we have the ability to not only use sugar. We need to but really to use fat or key tunes as an energy source. And there's nothing better for that than the ketogenic diet and lifestyle and so the top benefits number one reducing really. Stabilizing your blood sugar. So reducing it and then balancing it at a really good point and what does that do. That's going to give you better. Mental emotional stability one of the worst things we can do for. Our body has have blood sugar imbalances. We eat a meal blood. Sugar jumps way up then it crashes down. Our body produces the hormone called insulin. Insulin take sugar out of the bloodstream. Puts into the cells when it does that it also triggers inflammation and we have elevated insulin. It stores fat so we actually are unable to burn fat for fuel. We actually have storing fat so a ketogenic diet and lifestyle helps balance your blood. Sugar helps improve your mental emotional state and helps your body become more resilient to stress test. Really the second benefit is this resiliency to stress and mental emotional balance the third benefit as it reduces inflammation in your body so we burned sugar. We produce a ton of oxidative stress and free radicals and when that happens we allot of inflammation and that inflammation tears down major tissues barbati and ultimately over time leads the development of chronic disease whether it's chronic pain in our body whether it's organs that are malfunctioning. Wonder it's our brain losing our memory if it's brain fog early on or depression. These are inflammatory. Conditions long-term it ends up being something like dementia alzheimer's disease in our brains. So we gotta make sure reducing implementation ketogenic diet and lifestyle really really good. At doing exactly that k- the fourth big thing is
"chronic disease" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"One of the first things. I recommend wrong with abdominal. acupuncture is. why don't you start including one of nature's laxatives natural accidents in your diet and that's an apple. Each day am short period of time. You will see a change especially on my patient. Because at domino acupuncture great it enhances your ability to digest you. Which is why. I recommend you see your local acupuncture so contact. Acupuncture is my life but an apple a day. Big change big big changed because lonely wit. It has an insoluble type of fiber. That will help prevent constipation because this type of fiber draws water into the intestines especially to large test adding bulk to you stool which allows her to pass through bows more quickly..
How Fasting Can Help Regulate Pain and Inflammation
"Great thing about fasting. As fasting stimulates autophagy genes were body recycles damage components. So fasting itself is is very anti inflammatory. Whenever we eat food we need food. We are bringing. In bacteria in different potential pathogens and so our body creates more inflammation so the act of eating is more of an inflammatory act whereas fasting by nature. Because we're not eating. we're not increasing insulin. And insulin will activate inflammation because of that. it's inherently very anti inflammatory. One of the best ways to reduce inflammation is to do a fast and fasting will stimulate self-healing through this process of autophagy where our body will break down tissue cells and organ cells within the tissue like meadow conju that have been damaged by oxidative stress. Miscavige great impact on pain levels as well as chronic disease and things like that and so on a regular basis really good idea. Do intermittent fasting and so there are many different ways of intermittent fasting. If you're in chronic pain. I would really recommend doing something like you know a sixteen to eighteen hour fast daily and then once or twice a week doing like a full one day fast or even like a thirty six or forty eight hour fast possibly once a week doing a little bit of a longer fast can really help down regulate pain and stimulate morale tafa g and help you get
Digital Redlining and Why Some People Are Stuck With Slow Internet
"At the digital divide all year today. I want to discuss how today's broadband deployment mirrors illegal mortgage redlining practices for the past. Why would see similar devastating consequences down the line saying this. Is your daily charge here discussed. This problem is team at senior reporter. Sharp ticket welcome sharp. Thanks for having me. So i offer a listeners. What is redlining it's a. It's obviously a long standing. Practice has been around for a while but folks may not necessarily know what it is and the impact it's had writing is kind of a term that we've heard but a lot of people don't necessarily really remember realize what it was so it was a practice by banks in the thirties basically to map neighborhoods in the country. And say this is a good bet for mortgage loan. This is a bad bet And it literally redlined areas that had huge communities of black african americans so it was saying that anybody who lives in these areas are a bad bet Not worth making a home loan and so people who lived in those areas couldn't get home runs they couldn't they couldn't homes. They couldn't get insurance They basically were cut out from this really way to generate wealth and paths that wealth onto future generations. So what we've seen is that you know it's really had huge impacts on the black community in the united states so only about forty two percent of black people in houses versus about two percent of white americans and the medium black household only holds about one eighth the wealth of a white household and then also in these neighborhoods there's lower life expense expectancy Higher rates of chronic diseases worse impacts from covid nineteen. So it's really just something that you know. It happened in the thirties and the forties is kind of its heyday But it still having implications. Today
The Keto Mediterranean Diet
"Now. Let's talk about toasts because the mediterranean diet will not get your body into ketosis. Not unless you're doing intermittent fasting and doing something like one meal a day. Then you can eat. The mediterranean diet eat the grains and the fruit and so get into ketosis. however if you're consuming more than one meal a day it will not get you in ketosis because it's going to be too high in carbs and the benefits of kito cicis. Are that your body burns. Fat for fuel. And it is a very clean fuel source. You produce more energy with key tones and a less metabolic waste. And so it's a clean burning fuel and it's it's also very advantageous Brain runoff ketones because helps reduce inflammation in the brain helps you function in things sharper and quicker and so many benefits. In general ketogenic diet helps ruby. Simple nation helps improve fat burning which helps optimize in body tissue again great for mental clarity and sharpness for overall energy levels. Helps increase the amount of might oka- andrea in your cells which is called mitochondrial biogenesis more metal contra. The more cellular energy produce reduces your risk of chronic disease can have great anti-aging effects improving skin quality improving joint health a lot of great benefits there and reduces cravings and so that's one of the great benefits of it is that once you get kito adapted. You very rarely crave sweets and sugar and things like that. It's easier to follow because of that. Now your typical pyramid again with a ketogenic diet. Highly recommend being physically active. Just like what. We saw in the pyramid with the mediterranean diet foundation. Has your fats so on a on a mediterranean diet of course reading a lot of all of olive oil. That's the same on akito genyk diet. He wanna use olives and olive oil. You can also use avocados avocado oil. You can use. Mcat oil eggs coconut oil things like that lots of non starchy vegetables if you're doing fruitvale. Localized cmec fruits like lemons. Limes maybe a little bit of berries things like that. A lot of good clean protein on a ketogenic diet. You don't discriminate the protein. It's not like fish or seafood focused. It tends we tend also add in a lot of people vive chicken and different different. Meats like that fatty meats. In general fiber you know getting nuts and seeds fermented foods and then using natural sweeteners as
How Insulin Resistance Destroys Your Brain and Promotes Alzheimers
"Dr ben beckmann. Welcome back to the podcast. It's an honor to have you here again brother. Oh man i'm delighted. We had such a good time the first time that we thought why not do it again. I'm glad to be here. Why not do it again and we have a whole new topic. There's gonna be some overlaps with the other interview that we did and for anybody who didn't listen. Check out the show notes. We'll talk about some of those topics again here. But today's conversation diving into the topics of alzheimer's dementia cognitive decline even brain fog and lack of focus in how to understand how the brain works and what fuel sources run and what fuel sources potentially harm it. So i want to just jump right in. You know we've spent. I don't know the exact number. It's in the billions of dollars of money spent on alzheimer's and cognitive decline based drugs and for the most part even very centrist in western medicine. tell you we've gotten very little from it and on top of that. There's millions of people around the globe that are still suffering from these chronic diseases and the ones that aren't suffering. They're well on their way to getting it and alzheimer's and dementia are one of the most of diseases even scarier on a lot of national surveys. Then even cancer. So i'd love to start off big picture with the billions that we spent with the hundreds of thousands of people that are interested in this topic paying attention to it thousands of researchers. What are we missing when it comes to this conversation. Yeah to there's no question we need to shift the paradigm to use a worn out cliche. Perhaps but we. We've been classically looking at alzheimer's disease the same way now for decades which is that. It's really a disease of two problems. In the brain one is the accumulation of these amyloid beta peptides or these plaques. They're called in the other one. Is these Neurofibrillary tangles that the neurons which ought to be You have a clear. Direct structure are getting messy. The problem with those To identifiers well is one. they're hard to identify. Those are only things you can identify. Essentially post
What You Can Do About Excess Belly Fat? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham
"Welcome liz we're gonna talk about belly fat. Thank you mark. It's great to be with you. Enter talk about belly fat. My favorite topic. I've written all these right. Well the thing about it. It's a huge problem and it's so easy to fix and it's not true the admiral are or the time master. Whatever infomercial tool you can get your apps right. I mean you can't get good apps to exercise. I mean eventually have to exercise but if you just folks enter size you will won't get straight so. Let's talk about ms problem. Because for those who listening you know we earn a staggering health crisis. Not just cova. But the whole pandemic of chronic disease it's driven by poor metabolic health and this phenomenon of being over fat. You can be overweight or fat. Or you're gonna be both i. We're gonna talk about that today. And why it's important to think about for health from gemini for preventing disease and just feeling good and actually even just get our own lives together and managing our appetite and are the tablets lysm and our energy and all the things that affect us so excited about. Listen my favorite topic. Oh yeah mine too mine too and we know we know that where you're fat is in your body makes a huge impact you always worry about pinching an inch right when we were growing up you know. Can you pinch an inch. But now we're realized that that fat that's deep with inside the belly. The visceral depositi that belly fat deep inside the abdomen is really concerning in terms of overall health. And like you mentioned it is. It's a huge issue. You know it is a huge pandemic. it's you know in the in. Just the united states we know that seventy percent of americans are overweight or obese but eighty six percent are over fat meaning. They have too much fat especially that concerning visceral fat is a real concern and over half of our kids also are over fat and so which rating much it's staggering. It's sad it's
Why Is Obesity Such a Serious Condition?
"Today. We look at a condition that comes with a multitude of serious health issues. Obesity and we start with the best ways to figure out our optimal weight based on our height. We seem to become inured to the mortal threat of obesity. Go back medical issue. A half century or so when obesity wasn't just run of the mill. The descriptions are much more grim. Obesity is always tragic and its hazards are terrify but it's not just obesity of four million deaths every year tribute excess by nearly forty percent of the victim are just overweight or obese. According to two famous. Harvard studies weight gain of as little as eleven pounds from early adulthood through middle age increases risk of major chronic diseases such as diabetes cardiovascular disease and cancer the flip side though is that even modest weight loss can major health benefits. What's the optimal bmi The largest is in the united states and around the world found that having a normal body mass index a bmi from twenty to twenty five associate with the longest lifespan. Put all the best available stays with the longest follow up together and that can be narrowed down even further to a bmi of twenty two twenty two. that'd be about between one hundred and twenty four hundred thirty six pounds for someone who stands five foot six but even with a normal bmi the risk of developing chronic diseases such as type two diabetes heart disease and several types of cancer starts to rise towards the upper end even starting as low as a bmi one a bmi five eighteen point five and twenty four point five or both considered within the normal range but a bmi five maybe shared with twice the heart disease risk compared eighteen point for just as there are gradations risk within a normal bmi range their spectrum with an
COVID and Chronic Disease Management With Moshe Pinto, CEO at WiderCircle
"Today i have the privilege of having moshe pinto and the show. He is the ceo at wider circle. When he launched the company they set out. They set out to really on a mission to find a better way to help. Americans thrive at any age over the course of his journey. His team has learned that the most effective approach to enabling better health and independence is to integrate support and services at the community level. Made easier for neighbors to take the best care of each other. They're working on some incredible things with health plans. Nationally to connect members with family members to inform support and motivate our most vulnerable populations We're going to have a great discussion with him today. His background is has been in healthcare with various companies developing solutions for chronic care conditions. And so with that. I wanna i wanna welcome. Moshe to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us. X-l-e-a-r having it's a great pleasure to be here with me today yeah absolutely moshe and so you've got a really you know community based way of making things happen. You know for care coordination for for population health. And so i love to to learn more about you. And what inspires your work in healthcare. Yes we know what inspired my work in healthcare is several things it starts with the fundamental belief that health is a foundation for satisfying and fulfilling life. And when your health. He's taken away from you. Life could never be good. And the as i thought where i would want to apply my talent. I thought that focusing in an area that is as important for equality of life was was more important than that ensuring that a commercial surveys works better or reaches more people. So that's i in the in the second personnel experienced a m- originally from israel israel. We have a draft and serving in the israeli army thought me that healing is much much harder than than hurting and dad operations or the rate at which we do things at the real world move at the pace of trust
Popular baby foods "tainted" with toxic heavy metals, report says
"Yesterday. Congressional report revealed significant levels of metals like lead arsenic and mercury entrusted. Baby food brands. Like gerber beech-nut happy baby in earth's best organic. It's concerning since all these metals are listed on the world health organizations top ten chemicals of public health concern with Some of the baby food. They found up to five times the mercury level allowed him bottled water. Why should there be any mercury allowed in there any right. it shouldn't at all. These medals have been tied to chronic disease. Cancer exposure to the toxic chemicals. Make a baby or child's developing brain especially vulnerable. It can cause brain damage lead to lower q. Problems in school criminal behavior later in life. Doing chris boy drank a lot of mercury as a child. Maybe just snapping. Thermometers in half and second them out pixie sticks delicious sweet. Three other brands sprout sprout organic foods. Parents choice and plum. Organics refuse to cooperate in the investigation. Which has investigators greatly concerned. They're hiding something Experts say parents can minimize the risk by avoiding rice cereal or products rice flour including the popular healthy sounding. Puff snacks which can be rice. Based and david will be happy to hear this same goes for sweet potato products. Thank god let's get rid of mall. They're all poisoning criminal because crops can absorb more during
"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
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Terminate Toxins with Aimee Carlson
"Welcome everybody to another wonderful episode of wellness warriors. Today i have a very interesting speaker. Her name is a may in french. May carlson maine's loved the beloved. And i'll call you because that's how people know you so so. Amy has a very interesting story to share. She's known as the toxin terminator. She's the host of the toxin terminator podcast bestselling author. She has been featured in lots of other podcasts and summits she spent the last seven years removing hidden toxins from her own home to be free of chronic disease in. It's helped hundreds of people do the same. So as you all know. Essential number two to reduce your toxic exposure. So i am very interested to hear what it may or amy has to say. So thank you for joining us. Dr. what a pleasure and an honor to be here with you today. Share with your audience and i know they're astute already if they're following you and and what they're learning so if we can add just a little piece that they can take away and implement into their life than we've done our job today absolutely. There's always new things to learn. I have seen that in my forty plus years in the wellness industry. Alright yes it is absolutely so go ahead. And i always like to start our podcast with the pain passion. There was a trigger point of pain which you know really drove you down this path of being the toxin toxin terminators. So let's hear about that. Amy does so honestly. I had a lot of things going on in my life in harris. Maybe where your audience. My this might be the point right that we're going to talk about. I really wasn't looking for any solutions. In my life. I was not. I had no idea how poorly i felt you know. Have you heard that before you know. We really think we're pretty okay. I knew i had issues going on with my health. I worked in the automotive field for thirty years. I was exposed to a lot Within that industry it also had my mindset in a certain way. And i'll get into that. But then i had things happening in my body like headaches headaches every single day i went to lots of doctors in fact i started at as time went on i started developing migraines headaches to begin with and then they said into migraines and then as time continued to go on what happened is i lost vision on the left side from my migraines and i was seen by so many different specialists given so many different medications and nothing was helping and i just felt like this was this was it i. I wasn't getting any solutions. And i didn't know there were as another option available to me i also had a whole lot of reproductive issues I was diagnosed in menopause at the age of thirty six. The uterus age of thirty seven because that's what the solution was and so i was thrown into beyond the menopause. I was experiencing before it was really really bad. Afterwards in fact My husband and i for many winters travel by motor coach and the bedroom door and i would walk out to get coffee with him in the morning and he would just look at me really strange and one morning i said. Honey what are you doing. And he's he said. I'm trying to figure out which aim years is coming out this morning. We know and so realizing you know when you're in the throes of those emotional ups and downs and and almost felt like i was out of body.
"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"And the cool thing is it doesn't cost you anything. It's really just a decision and and doing it and and going for it from there. And then when you couple that with them again with exercise, you know, I like to get the exercise and I like to take a cold shower right at the end of the work out or at least like I'll start at warm but then get in neck a cold like glass 60-seconds. Yeah activate that brown fat and yeah and really really drive down the blood sugars and get that insolence table. So really good. Well any last words I know we're dead. At a time here. Let's talk about real quickly actually about your top five favorite foods that you're consuming on a regular basis and then just last words of inspiration. Okay? Okay, good good question bout my top five. So I I'm I'm a fan of red meat. Yeah, me too. I'm really it's one of the Staples that I try to have in my home and it's as a father that's something I want my kids to eat. It might sound funny to say it's certainly bucks convention or dogmatic thinking of nutrition and diet. I want them to eat their meat first and then whatever they pick on their broccoli in the center. That's great. It's you know, it's fine and add some color to the plate, but I know the broccoli isn't going to make them grow strong and healthy. It'll be what's in that red meat. So I'm a big fan of red meat. I personally loved hamburger and my favorite dinner is just we I buy my beef from a local actually. He's a professor in the Russian department and he just has a small little ranch on the job. I'd sort of speak and so I buy my meat from him but we make little hamburger patties we mix in an egg with the hamburger and then we split it out. I love it and I hang out like buying together. That's right. That's exactly right. Yeah, and it gives a little kind of crispy to it as well. It's delicious anyone who's going to grill some hamburger add an egg and mix it in next time. So so hamburger and I are actually probably number two. I love eggs. I I actually drink them raw sometimes for breakfast how I feel like I need something not that I'm telling anyone to do that. I know that scare some dead but I will make when I make breakfast for my kids, which I do every morning. It's very commonly kind of low carb waffles or low carb pancake song Crepes all the crates are kind of hit-or-miss, but I asked keto dosing down to the keto pancakes. Yeah, we make those as well. Yeah. I load them with eggs. Now eggs are a staple we go home. In my little family of five. We probably go through three dozen eggs a week if not more frankly. So I'm a huge fan of eggs. Third. I don't know. I'm kind of running out eggs and meat or my my or my go-to..
"chronic disease" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Improvements in cognition across a variety of tests. So let the brain is not a hybrid like human metabolism is a hybrid burning sugar or fat with the brain. It's hybrid fuels our blood sugar and ketones, but we have to give the key off. Phones to the brain and you can only have ketones in your blood if the body is in fat burning mode because ketones come from fat burning and so thus the person who's listening already knows that means insulin must be down. And that is why you see so many this explosion in this area of ketogenic diets as a therapy for Alzheimer's disease. Now, my life is actually taking our first steps into this phenomenon. We literally just this morning submitted for review which means to say that it'll be months before it's actually published because it's such a slow process off the study where we analyze the gene expression of human brains. So post-mortem Brains Brains from people that had no Alzheimer's disease and brains from people that had Alzheimer's disease and what was so fascinating is that in the Alzheimer's brains virtually every Gene associated with glucose. Use was significantly low birth. The normal so this is genes involved in glucose uptake into the brain tissues the oligodendrocytes the microglia the neurons they were compromised so glucose uptake was significantly name down and glucose metabolism. Like the genes involved in actual glycolysis were also significantly lower than the normal brain. However, when we did the parallel analysis of genes involved in Ketone catabolism Ketone uptake and Ketone burning they were normal in the demented the Alzheimer's brains. So all more evidence surrounding this idea that an Alzheimer's disease glucose metabolism is compromised but not Ketone metabolism. So the best thing we can do for our brains and indeed one of the main reasons, I personally adhere to a low carbohydrate ketogenic diet is to help my brain work and to help fight off Alzheimer disease one of the few diseases that I am very much afraid. Yeah, it's a disease. Nobody wants to get my grandmother. Unfortunately passed away with dementia and I saw you know, what happened there. And yeah, we got everything we can to protect her brain. That's for sure. Now, I've heard you talk a little bit about the difference between brown fat and white fat and I think that would be a really good to discuss as well with our listeners. Yeah. Yeah. I'm glad you brought that up because it's such an interesting topic. So when people think of fat tissue, we typically just think of fat as this inert storage Depot basically a fat cell that is just pulling in fat or glucose and turning it off that and then just holding on to it just storing energy and then when the body needs the energy like for example, when insulin is low now, it can start to release the energy to be burned by the muscles. For example in that that is true. That is typical body fat kind of Acts just like I described but once again, it is totally at the at the whims of insulin dead. When insulin is up the fat cell is pulling in energy to store when insulin is down..
"chronic disease" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"Net dot com. EPO's a naturally occurring hormone in the body that stimulates the bone marrow to produce more red cells medically it is given to patients with anemia of chronic disease, whose bone marrow suppressed to help them have more entry and. Increase daily function. I wanna ask you. I've heard the term EPO I've heard the term blood-doping are they the same. Essentially blood doping could be done in other ways. By example, it used to be very common before APO came out, what blood-doping would more specifically is you would pull blood from your body's. Let's say you pulled a pint over the course of roughly thirty days, your body will replace that. Pint naturally, you then take the pint that you pulled out you inject that intervene Asli. Now, your body has more blood in the process of having more blood. That means it has more red blood cells that carry the oxygen that would be more specific definition of flood doping, though, the effects are the same. We've heard obviously fighters say, oh, this is in my system. I took it from, you know, contaminated substance. We've heard this alibi meant has four. And sometimes it has been proven to be true. Could it be that someone is found with EP? Oh and their system unknowingly by mistake. Could it be contaminating? Or if you are caught with UP on your system. You did it. There's no. Around it. No, most definitely there's other ways to also get it aside. Projectable what I'm doing you as a very broad stroke, and I'm covering about ninety nine point nine percent. There is other ways to get it into your system. It is you don't only have two choices of either or injectable there. There are other ways the people are cheating and getting them. But there is some coaches in history and pick up an athlete specifically last name of Vargas that was a boxer whose coach was applying substance to him in using a topical called DMS. Oh, which will take it through the skin into the body into the veins and spread out the organs from there. So there is a third way. And it is very possible that athletes would have that done to him. I do happen to believe artifice. Shady n is unbelievable..