40 Burst results for "Committee"

Fresh update on "committee" discussed on Here and Now

Here and Now

02:14 min | 22 min ago

Fresh update on "committee" discussed on Here and Now

"Trump's hold over the Republican Party. You see, many Republican candidates, many conservatives rushing to his defense and kind of portraying him as a victim of an out of control Justice Department who from all of our reporting from everything we've seen is doing this entire thing by the book. There is no evidence of a political motivation or specific kind of political targeting of Donald Trump as his allies say, but nevertheless, it is elevated Trump and his image within the Republican Party. There are a lot of base voters who feel protective of him and more so now. And of course, it is shaping reshaping, I should say the 2022 political landscape because for Democrats and independents who don't like Donald Trump, it reminds them that he's still out there. He's still at large. He's still dominating the Republican Party. And it seems to be affecting at least some of these voters in terms of their level of motivation to show up at the ballot box this fall. And Kate, what about voters in Iowa? How is this saga, the FBI search of Donald Trump's home? Coloring the GOP conversation in Iowa. Well, at the middle of last week, I was covering an Iowa GOP fundraiser in Des Moines and the opening prayer mentioned the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago. The Republican National Committee chairwoman ronna mcdaniel was the keynote speaker and she didn't call it a search. She did not use the word that former president Trump has used calling it a raid. She called it an invasion. And it was a motivating moment for people in that room, the Republican Party people who were willing to pay big dollars to attend a fundraiser responded to those messages. And also for people who aren't familiar with Iowa Republican Party politics, our governor is a Republican both U.S. senators are Republicans and three of the four members of the U.S. House representing Iowa are Republicans to a person they have all called for more disclosure and more transparency from the FBI so it's a unified message from Iowa Republicans. Also this week, conservative Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney lost her primary, so she will be out of her house seat in January. And she gave a kind of non concession concession speech on Tuesday night. Let's listen. Two years ago, I won this primary with 73% of the votes. I could easily have done the same again. The path was clear. But it would have required that I go along with president Trump's lie about the 2020 election. It would have required that I enable his ongoing efforts to unravel our democratic system and attack the foundations of our republic. That was a path I could not and would not take. So hours after that, Cheney started a new political group. Might take a run for president. She has millions in the bank for from fundraising, still on the House committee investigating January 6th, sahil, what is her political future? That was Liz Cheney conceding her house race, but certainly not conceding her political career. It seems that Liz Cheney's political future, at least for the foreseeable coming months and years is going to be to try to stop Donald Trump from ever becoming president. Again, that is not going to be an easy task. Obviously, and she recognizes that. But there's very little that she has in common with, for instance, the Democrats that she serves on the January 6th committee with, but they emphatically all agree that Donald Trump is a threat to the American system of government to the perseverance of American democracy. And she seems to have made it her number one mission to try to stop him from coming near the levers of power. Again, now what form that could take us far from clear from what I gather, Liz Cheney is still has to evaluate what the best way to do that would be there's some talk about her potentially running for president in 2024. She has kept the door open to that. But there remains a question as to whether if it's Biden versus Trump rematch, whether she would siphon more votes from Trump or whether certainly plausible that she could siphon more votes away from Joe Biden and counteract her own goal. Beyond that, she is a prolific fundraiser. She will have access to enormous sums of money that she could use strategically to advance her goal. That's my way of saying that chapter of Liz Cheney's future has yet to be written. The next chapter, but I suspect this is not the last we'll have heard of her. What kind of impact do you think Jenny might be able to have in a Republican primary you've laid out the politics at least in Iowa right now? We also know that Liz Cheney has attracted a fair amount of fundraising from non Republicans, so is her future inside the party or perhaps not so much. Well, her path has not yet brought her to Iowa, but I think there are many people who are expect her to at least make some inroads here in the early part of next year after her term is up. Now, she would be competing for what might be considered the anti Trump vote among Republican caucus goers in 2024. And that group of people is already occupied by people like former vice president Mike Pence, who, as we speak right now, is campaigning in Iowa at the Iowa state fair with senator chuck grassley. Chris Christie was here last week. He is already saying that he's very open about considering another run for The White House and talking about a very different way of approaching voters and sort of a post Trump way as is the Maryland governor Larry Hogan, who was here last week campaigning as well. So there's a number of people she would have to compete with where she to throw her hat in the ring to compete for the Republican presidential nomination. And the

Liz Cheney Donald Trump Iowa Republican Party President Trump FBI Ronna Mcdaniel GOP Justice Department Republican National Committee Des Moines U.S. House Sahil Kate House Committee Wyoming Cheney U.S.
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin on School Choice

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 2 hrs ago

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin on School Choice

"Now, governor, when we run into people worried about choice, they say you're going to leave the poor kids behind. When you talked about it, the audience I was interviewing, it's the opposite. You want to empower parents of straightened circumstances to get the education they want and the opportunity for their kids. And that really begins with curriculum reform. And it really we got to get ideology out of elementary schools at least and probably house girls as well. We absolutely do have to focus on curriculum reform lesson. Just this past week, the history curriculum for Virginia had made its way up through a committee that had been controlled by my predecessors appointments. They put forth the history curriculum. They wanted to remove the title of father of our country from George Washington and father of the constitution from James Madison. And I just said, no way. And we went back and delayed things. They're going to go do more work here. We should tell all of our history. The good and the bad. But goodness gracious, we shouldn't denigrate our founding fathers for the great work they did and starting the greatest country on the planet. So there is still huge work to do on curriculum. We need to teach critical math, critical history, critical science, and most importantly, we have to have high expectations for our kids. There's

James Madison George Washington Virginia
Fresh update on "committee" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "committee" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"We need to find out exactly what the policies and protocols were that were violated. Noting the public safety director of the library has resigned. We want to get our hands on those communications surrounding that resignation. In southeast, Christy king WTO be news. Virginia's governor is planning to brief the general assemblies finance committees today about his plan for $400 million in tax relief. It's going to be part of the budget that Glenn youngkin submits to the legislature later this year in December. Governor says the state has had an increase of almost $8 billion in revenues since the middle of 2019 before the pandemic began, of course, he says the money belongs to the people, and it should be returned to them. There is a new fund to focus on closing the wealth gap by supporting small business owners in ward 8. The ward a community investment fund will provide $350,000 in grants and low cost loans. We're really excited to launch this pilot. Gloria nan is one of the founding board members of the D.C. community development consortium. So who's eligible? Anyone with a business idea to startups to those already established. You just have to show you need financial support, applications will be accepted now through September 7th. By September 30th, people will have been awarded their checks. It's all about intergenerational wealth creation. We have

Christy King General Assemblies Finance Com Glenn Youngkin Gloria Nan Virginia Legislature D.C. Community Development Con
The Establishment GOP Is the Biggest Obstacle to Parents

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 21 hrs ago

The Establishment GOP Is the Biggest Obstacle to Parents

"Said something stunning to me Tiffany before we went live and it's something I've said in terms of general politics in America but not with reference to the fight you're fighting every day. I say the left is the left. The left are going to do what they do. They are not secret about their disdain for America. The bigger problem we have is the fake conservatives, the establishment GOP. You said something about the GOP as being the biggest obstacle locally for parents. Could you explain that in front of 3 million people? Absolutely. So we have moms and dads that are rising up as leaders in their community. They're seeing real problems with the education system. And they're wanting to get involved. And alabaster spoke at our summit, and she said, politics matter because policies matter because people matter. And it's so true, right? So people get in concern. They want to affect policy. And they said, well, I'm going to get involved in politics to be able to affect that. And so they're looking for places to go in their communities to learn about the political process and to get involved. A lot of times they go to their local Republican executive committee. And what we have found is that Republican executive committees, the establishment GOP in this country, have fought against us time and time again. This idea that we're some GOP establishment group. Well, somebody should let us know that, because somebody should maybe let them know that, because instead of moms being seen as possible leaders to help us with a fresh perspective, we're being looked at as a threat. And

GOP America Tiffany Alabaster
Fresh update on "committee" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "committee" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Season 15,000 families across the district are about to get an extra $1000 in government assistance this month. That money will go to those enrolled in the temporary assistance for needy families program. It comes from the American rescue plan act D.C.'s director of the department of human services, Laura green, xylan says, there are no restrictions on what that money can be spent on. We have a wealth gap here. We have an opportunity gap and it's our job to fix that. Nonetheless, people deserve money. They deserve cash. They know what to do with it in too many of our social programs. Don't recognize the intellect, the ability, and the opportunities are not yet distributed equally. Eligible families will have those funds applied directly to their EBT cards later this month. They don't have to take any action to get the money. Virginia governor Glen yunkin is planning to brief the General Assembly's finance committees today about his plan for $400 million in tax relief. It will be part of the budget he'll submit to the legislature in December. And says the state has had an increase of almost $8 billion in state revenue since mid 2019 before the pandemic began. He says the money belongs to the people and should be returned

Laura Green Xylan Department Of Human Services D.C. Glen Yunkin General Assembly Virginia Legislature
Mike Pence Would Consider Testifying in Front of Jan. 6 Committee

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Mike Pence Would Consider Testifying in Front of Jan. 6 Committee

"So. This is somewhat unbelievable, but I'm going to help us work our way through this. Mike Pence is going to challenge Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for the presidency. No, it's not written in stone just yet, but that's the only reason to be a New Hampshire right now. And Mike Pence does not own a vacation home in New Hampshire. He doesn't have relatives in New Hampshire, but he's a New Hampshire, and he is laying the groundwork folks for a run at The White House. And he's not the only one. But this could get very interesting because on the debate stage, you could end up having Donald Trump Mike Pence and Liz Cheney. Now the question is, who does Donald Trump pick up on the stage and smack around the other person? Is it Liz Cheney? Does he pick her up and physically just smack the living daylights out of Mike Pence or is it vice versa? But they're all going to be running for The White House. So look, Mike Pence had a couple of things to say. First of all, he was talking about whether or not he would testify or consider testifying at the January 6th committee. Jeremy said, if they were to call you the committee. Come and testify. Would you be agreeable? Why would if there was an invitation to participate, I would consider it, but you've heard me mention the constitution a few times this morning. On the constitution, we have three co equal branches of government. And any invitation to be directed to me, I would have to reflect on the unique role that I was serving as vice president.

Mike Pence New Hampshire Liz Cheney Donald Trump White House Jeremy
Fresh update on "committee" discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:02 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "committee" discussed on Native America Calling

"Welcome to native America calling, I'm Sean spruce. We're here at the Santa Fe Indian market for the second day in a row. The event is marking its 100th year. Today we'll hear more about the native arts represented in the city over the past century. We'll also paint an audio picture of some of the art and artists who are here this weekend. There are more than a thousand artists setting up in the Plaza and on the streets, and there are a 100,000 collectors and others for a year to take it all in. We're live from Santa Fe market right after the news. This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. Rapid City's Lakota immersion program appears to have folded for the coming school year. South Dakota public broadcasting's CJ Keene has more. Rapid city school board members heard concerns at a Tuesday meeting about whether the district can sustain an existing Lakota immersion program. The board took no official vote, however, a lack of qualified teaching candidates for open positions appears to mean an end to the program for now. Nicole swigart is the interim CEO for Rapid City area schools. She says there's two options. If we were going to be able to move forward with the program or if we were going to need to shutter it for one year and really work hard to reset and determine where we were falling flat on the recruiting process. Some parents involved with the program disagree thou big eagle is the chair of a local parent advisory committee. I know that there are qualified candidates that applied and for whatever reason they're unable to get on. Another member of the parent advisory committee is Amy sazu. She says there's a lack of trust. I don't know about the new school board, but I do not trust Rapid City administration to do the work that's needed to make this happen again or to sustain it. I do not trust them. I'm happy to see the additions to the school board and hope that they jump in fast and they learn the history that this district has had with title 6 with parents with indigenous people and that they educate themselves on that and why this is important. During the meeting, some, but not all school board members offered a commitment to keep the districts Lakota immersion program. For national native news, I'm CJ keen. The southwestern

Sean Spruce Antonio Gonzalez Cj Keene Nicole Swigart Rapid City Area Schools Rapid City Santa Fe South Dakota Parent Advisory Committee Amy Sazu America Rapid City Administration
Dinesh Has Some Praise(?!) for Adam Kinzinger

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | 1 d ago

Dinesh Has Some Praise(?!) for Adam Kinzinger

"May seem like a bit of a surprise, but I'm going to say a few words and praise of Adam kinzinger. What Adam kinzinger, the guy who the guy who decided to vote well, he voted for Trump's impeachment. He's been on the January 6th committee with Liz Cheney. But here's a key difference. Adam kinzinger has a little bit of self recognition. Liz Cheney does not have any. I mean, let's start with Liz Cheney. I mean, the idea of getting absolutely routed in your primary. And think of it. You got the Cheney dynasty. You've got all the money you have outspend Harry and hagerman. Harriet hagerman is a kind of a nobody. She comes out of nowhere and no political experience. She's running against you. And you lose by like, what, 35 points, 40 points, according to Trump. I mean, this is humiliating. A normal person would be like, oh my gosh, I don't know if I can show my face in public at the very least, I've got to recognize I did something to offend my own base. I insulted my own voters. I gave them the middle finger. Now they're giving me the middle finger. This is not good. But it would lose Jaime. None of that. You basically, I'm like Abraham Lincoln. I'm like general grant. My loss is really a victory onto the bigger ones now. This is like this shows a level of psychotic delusion that it's hard to even know. I mean, this is somebody with a ridiculous, absurd ego. And I mean, politicians have big egos, but this is the limit. Now, now contrast this with kinzinger, who I think at least recognizes that he got clobbered by Trump. In fact, he was asked, did he does he believe that he quote won in the feud with Trump? And he goes, no, he goes, he goes, Trump won. He was evidently interviewed by WGN, and here are skins that are quote. Yeah, he won in the short term at least. So, you know, he kinzing is trying to minimize it, but nevertheless he admits,

Adam Kinzinger Liz Cheney Harriet Hagerman Hagerman Donald Trump Cheney Harry Kinzinger Jaime Abraham Lincoln WGN
Fresh update on "committee" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:32 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "committee" discussed on Morning Edition

"Health department to provide free abortion medication. In other news, Trader Joe's wine shop in union swear said it was closing to relocate, but workers there say the move was actually to thwart them trying to unionize. Robert Bradley worked at the wine shop till last week. My first thought was that they had found out that we were intending to submit cards. The Monday before the store's closure and our weekly organizing committee meeting, we decided that we had enough support that we were going to submit for a union vote. The group is now calling for the company to reopen the store and the intend to join plans to pursue legal action against Trader Joe's for union busting, Trader Joe's denies unionization had anything to do with closing the store in Union Square. 74 in sunny now today, sunny and hot up to 90, 73 tonight and then tomorrow hot once again Sunday, a slight chance of afternoon showers with thunderstorms partly sunny and

Trader Joe Robert Bradley Health Department Union Square
U.S.P.S. Institutionalized Election Interference With New Division

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 1 d ago

U.S.P.S. Institutionalized Election Interference With New Division

"United States Postal Service just institutionalized election interference with new mail in ballot division by our buddy chuck devore Now in Texas formerly of California and this is in the federalist Pretty big deal don't you think To address some of these of the U.S. Postal Service announced on July 28 it was creating the election and government mail services division Adrian Marshall a United States Postal Service veteran was named as the division's first director with Mark Elias Remember that SOB The Democrats foremost lawfare professional a longtime proponent of elections by mail Tweeting out his approval These people just keep digging their way into the bureaucracy The rationale for this new division is that the growing use of mail in ballots requires extra attention to ensure the greater volume of mail ballots can be handled by an increasingly overburdened USPS It reported it delivered more than 135 million ballots in 2020 with 40 million delivered so far this year during the primaries More and more elections conducted by mail have been a longtime goal of Elias and other Of his ilk since long before public health fears over in person voting during the COVID-19 pandemic Constructive denote the most European nations found mail in ballots to be susceptible to fraud and limited their use But not in America No we have a perfect system And don't say anything You might be dragged before the January 6th French Revolution committee Or

United States Postal Service Adrian Marshall Mark Elias Chuck Devore Texas California Covid Elias America French Revolution Committee
Liz Cheney Is Nothing Like Abraham Lincoln

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 1 d ago

Liz Cheney Is Nothing Like Abraham Lincoln

"She compares herself to Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln First of all Abraham Lincoln was born dirt poor in a log cabin in Kentucky Liz Cheney was born A spoiled rotten bread She was raised in Northern Virginia McLean Virginia which is a very wealthy suburb of Washington She believed she's entitled She has done nothing profound She has said nothing profound She is a narcissist through and through Who believes that she carries the future of the country on her shoulder God forbid She keeps burping up platitudes About democracy She should burp up platitudes about republicanism She keeps prepping up platitudes about the constitution While she serves on a committee that has as its purpose to violate the constitution including the separation of powers doctrine That committee and Cheney have not treated a single witness though I witnesses her to be treated Particularly individuals against whom she is very hostile

Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincol Liz Cheney Abraham Lincoln Northern Virginia Mclean Kentucky Virginia Washington Cheney
Sebastian Talks With Rep. Matt Gaetz About Liz Cheney's Election Loss

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:37 min | 1 d ago

Sebastian Talks With Rep. Matt Gaetz About Liz Cheney's Election Loss

"To say nah nah nah, goodbye Liz Cheney. Are you celebrating Matt Gaetz? I believe I was the first Republican to travel to Wyoming and to lay out the case against Liz Cheney from a policy standpoint, a political standpoint. At one point I had the record for the largest political rally in Wyoming history that did not include a rodeo element, but of course president Trump shattered that when he went to Casper Wyoming as rightfully he should. So hang on, hang on, you didn't get on a rodeo. You didn't ride rodeo, Matt. I'm disappointed. I am a Florida man. Anything you can not get on in flip flops. I would be very hesitant to engage upon. Surfboard a wakeboard. That I can do with John boat, a paddle board, but no interest in the rodeo activity for this Florida man. What I will say is that this is a verdict of sorts. This is the ultimate verdict on the January 6th committee. Now Seb, they told us that the January 6th committee was going to blow the top off the capitol building. Remember when Jamie Raskin told this that will instead all it did was blow the tires out of Liz Cheney's political career. They told us this would be this great shift in all of the political tectonic plates in our country that everyone would abandon president Trump and the reality is that the January 6th really deprivation of the facts, the misuse of process, the unwillingness to have both sides present and questioning those who came before the committee. It ended up calcifying and solidifying support for president Trump,

Liz Cheney Wyoming Matt Gaetz John Boat Casper Florida Donald Trump Jamie Raskin Matt SEB President Trump
Pence tells GOP to stop lashing out at FBI over Trump search

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Pence tells GOP to stop lashing out at FBI over Trump search

"Former vice president Mike Pence says he would give an invitation to appear before the House committee investigating the capitol riot do consideration then president Donald Trump was not happy with Pence for not stopping the counting of electoral votes on January 6th of last year a fake gallows was constructed that day on the national mall and people chanted hang Mike Pence I must tell you that the American people have a right to know what happened that day In New Hampshire Pence says if there was an invitation to appear before the House committee investigating the riot he would consider it Any invitation to be directed to me I would have to reflect on the unique role that I was serving in as vice president Be unprecedented in history for a vice president to be summoned Committee members so far have not decided to seek pence's testimony saying others connected to him have provided investigators with plenty of evidence I'm Ed Donahue

Mike Pence President Donald Trump House Committee Pence New Hampshire Ed Donahue
There Is Fight Left in the American People

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 1 d ago

There Is Fight Left in the American People

"There is fight left in the American people. They had every reason to go vote for Liz Cheney except for the fact it would have been patently insane. More money for Cheney, name ID, the media loved her, but Wyoming still has that rugged cowboy western spirit. Like, no, actually, we want to representative that is more focused on gas prices. The overreach of the federal government coming after our western lands fire management. Wildlife management, the idea of inflation crushing everyday people in Wyoming. That's a much more important. Those are much more important issues than the January 6th committee. But Liz Cheney remains defiant, Liz Cheney is now saying despite losing by 30 8 points in her home state, by the way, she's thinking of running for president. Play cut 54. The former president said last night you're now headed to political oblivion. You said this fight is just beginning. You've even launched a political organization already. So let's just be straight about it. Are you considering running for president yourself? I will be doing whatever it takes to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office. Well, I know you didn't say yes or no, and that's fine if you're thinking about it, but are you thinking about it? Are you thinking about running for president? That's a decision that I'm going to make in the coming months of Anne. I'm not going to make any announcements here this morning, but it is something that I'm thinking about. With what constituency exactly.

Liz Cheney Wyoming Cheney Federal Government Donald Trump Oval Office Anne
President Trump Posts on Truth Social Following Cheney Defeat

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

President Trump Posts on Truth Social Following Cheney Defeat

"What president Trump wrote on true social, I assume that with a very big Liz Cheney loss, and by the way, it's what one of the worst political defeats of an incumbent in modern American history. It's unbelievable. She only got 29% of the vote. Trump goes on to say, I assume that with the very big Cheney laws far bigger than had ever been anticipated, the J 6 committee of political hacks and thugs will quickly begin the beautiful process of disillusion. This was a referendum on the never ending witch hunt, the people will have their say.

President Trump Liz Cheney Donald Trump Cheney
Amber Athey: People Like Liz Cheney Are Disposable

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Amber Athey: People Like Liz Cheney Are Disposable

"Is there really a lane I mean amber this has been tried right The John Kasich model and others think that nobody cares that you're done with your usefulness for Democrats right You were only useful because you won on the January 6th committee in prime time and yelled and screamed at Donald Trump That's over now You're going to be out of Congress sir So the Democrats don't like you and Republicans outside unlike the Lenin project the fake Republicans over there with The Lincoln Project the pitot protectors over there They're nobody likes you on the Republican side either So seriously is there a lane for her and what could she possibly do besides be a grifter No these people are completely disposable and the cable news cycle and the pundits who work within it are incredibly short right This is a short term thing As soon as the politics moves beyond you you will be pushed off of the network You'll get one appearance here and there I mean they did this to the reporters by the way who were really aggressive against Trump in the briefing room And they all got book deals and they all got CNN contributor ships Like Brian Karim April Ryan Jim Acosta And what happened to all of them as soon as Trump was out of office April Ryan switched to a new outlet that nobody's ever heard of It hasn't been on CNN in like 6 months Brian Karam his entire magazine he worked for Playboy went underwater He's no longer on CNN Nobody in the briefer likes him Jim Acosta has a fledgling CNN show that nobody watches and is apparently going to be punished under the new ownership of CNN So it's just like these people You know they think that they're going to be famous because they completely sell their souls to try to win the approval of the left But the left is very fickle and these people will outlive their useless I think the same is true for Liz Cheney Alyssa Farah who's at the view now all of these people will have a creation date just around the corner

John Kasich CNN Donald Trump Brian Karim Ryan Jim Acosta Lincoln Congress Jim Acosta Karam Ryan Brian Liz Cheney Alyssa Farah
Amber Athey: Liz Cheney Didn't Campaign in Her State

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | 2 d ago

Amber Athey: Liz Cheney Didn't Campaign in Her State

"As I was saying there are a couple of reasons why Liz Cheney lost and one of which is of course the fact that she led the charge on this January 6th committee along with the Democrats to have been encouraging this witch hunt against former president Donald Trump but also was Cheney didn't campaign in her state She moved over there from Northern Virginia and then proceeded to completely ignore her constituents and was arrogant and narcissistic enough to think that her name alone was enough to get her elected and the fact that she would compare herself to Abraham Lincoln and then float the idea of wasting donor money on a presidential run is just further evidence of this narcissism My favorite part of her speech last night though was that she was standing in front of these bales of hay as if Liz Cheney is like the folksy small town hero for me And it was that final just piece of disrespect to the final slap in the face to the people who luckily voted her out of office because they saw through this complete sham

Liz Cheney Donald Trump Northern Virginia Cheney Abraham Lincoln
The Voters of Wyoming Shouted Against Liz Cheney

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

The Voters of Wyoming Shouted Against Liz Cheney

"There's nothing, there's no gray area here. The voters of Wyoming didn't just speak, they shouted. And what they shouted was that the January 6th select committee that Liz Cheney has been chairing is a scam. What they shouted is you can't live in Virginia and pretend to be from Wyoming. And be an inside the beltway establishment political hack. Who has become obsessively fixated on Donald Trump? And the fall of Liz Cheney is pretty astonishing.

Liz Cheney Wyoming Virginia Donald Trump
Liz and the Beltway

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Liz and the Beltway

"Top story today is coming from Wyoming where Liz Cheney is now Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant all rolled up into one for losing a primary election. Wait a minute, let me check my notes on that. Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses grant for losing a primary election. Dwayne, these notes are terrible Dwayne. How is Liz Cheney Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant for losing a primary election? Well, as our friend Kurt schlichter said on Twitter last night, after she compared herself to grant, he said, well, at least grant served. You know, it just, I think we talked about it a little bit to go off air, which is that concession speech is largely a good example of why she lost. It really is. I mean, and this is part of the beltway obsession, lecture series. I guess that Liz Cheney has been on for the past year and a half. I mean, almost the entire term that she's been sort of focused on this, and it's because January 6th, of course, took place at the very start of the term. So that's part of what this is what's going on here. But this is a person who's clearly lost touch with Wyoming. She is fully invested in what's going on in the beltway, and Wyoming voters that got a chance to weigh in on it. Yeah, yesterday. The takeaway is Wyoming voters don't care about the one 6th committee. They want to know about inflation. They want to know about the same issues that everybody else cares about. And she doesn't seem to give any voice to normal issues. There's only one issue with her. And they just got tired of it. Now

Liz Cheney Abraham Lincoln Ulysses S. Grant Dwayne Kurt Schlichter Wyoming Ulysses Grant Twitter
President Trump Congratulates Harriet Hageman Following Win in Wyoming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

President Trump Congratulates Harriet Hageman Following Win in Wyoming

"Let me start by reading a post from president Trump on his truth social platform. Congratulations to Harriet hagerman on her great and very decisive win in Wyoming. This is a wonderful result for America and a complete rebuke of the unselect committee of political hacks and thugs. Liz Cheney should be ashamed of herself the way she acted and her spiteful sanctimonious words and actions towards others. Now she can finally disappear into the depths of political oblivion where I am sure she will be much happier than she is right now. Thank you Wyoming. Signed Donald Trump. Wow, 40 points. Almost 40 points?

President Trump Harriet Hagerman Unselect Committee Of Politica Liz Cheney Wyoming America Donald Trump
What Is the Root of Liz Cheney's Position? Rep. Troy Nehls Explains

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 2 d ago

What Is the Root of Liz Cheney's Position? Rep. Troy Nehls Explains

"And back with congressman Troy nails, his new book is called the big fraud, what Democrats don't want you to know about January 6th to 2020 election and a whole lot else. Try we're talking about Liz Cheney and January 6th. Now the interesting thing to me about Liz Cheney is that she is not quite in the same camp as say a Murkowski or even a Romney because in those cases you've got someone who is ideologically moderate on some issues even left of center. Liz Cheney on the issues seems to be quite strongly right of center. But those issues seem to matter less to her than getting rid of Trump and in a sense validating the 2020 election, why do you think she is as a conservative taking this position? Do you think it's, is it opportunism? Is it that Trump insulted the Cheney family? What do you think is the root of it? Because you met her, you've seen her up close. What do you think is driving her? I think she underestimated Donald Trump after the 2020 election, she said, listen, we've gone through impeachment want impeachment to now we've got the insurrection and so now you have the January 6th sham committee. She should never once she should have never accepted to be on that committee. But she underestimated Donald Trump. She thought that after January 6th, that Donald Trump would just fade away and go away. They're thinking, we can not ever allow this guy to come back. And so she just kind of rolled the dice. She's thinking Donald Trump is going to disappear forever because the Republican Party will not accept the guy like that. There are other, there are many in the Republican Party that obviously don't support Donald Trump and shame on them because I think we didn't have the crisis as we have today under Donald Trump. So I think she thought that she would be able to destroy him with her role on that January 6th committee and now she's figured out, oh my goodness gracious, the opposite has happened.

Liz Cheney Troy Nails Donald Trump Murkowski Romney Cheney Republican Party
Congressman Troy Nehls Shares His Reaction to Liz Cheney's Defeat

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Congressman Troy Nehls Shares His Reaction to Liz Cheney's Defeat

"Let's start if we can draw with the with the news of the day. Liz Cheney. Now, I gotta say, you know, Debbie and I were talking this morning and Debbie goes, she goes, I don't even know how she got 30% of the vote. But I said, Debbie, wait a minute. You have a woman who has been elected three times. She got what 80% last time. She is a part of a dynastic family, the Cheney family, kind of like the McCain's in Arizona. And she's probably over time met almost all of our constituents. So this woman has gone to great lengths to offend her own constituency. Talk about your reaction to the race and a little bit of why somebody might do that. Well, thank you for having me. First, I couldn't be more excited to see Liz Cheney get fired from her position. I mean, I am very, very upset with the way Liz Cheney has handled herself over the last few years, especially as it related to a former president Trump as it relates to impeachment. You know, she was one of those and now 8 out of ten of those that voted for impeachment are not coming back. So I think that this is a true, it just lets the American people know when the Republican Party know that Donald Trump is the leader of our party and when you go out there and you belittle him each and every day as she has done on this January 6th committee, she needed to go. I don't think that Republican Party has done enough. I think we should have kicked her out of our conference for belittling Donald Trump as much as she has. So I think when you go up against the leader of our party and you say those derogatory things for the past several years, I think the voters spoke loud and clear. They said we don't want Liz Cheney back with the establishment we need to fight back in the establishment hasn't done that. And it's the mega movement.

Liz Cheney Debbie Cheney Mccain Donald Trump Republican Party Arizona
What to know about Harriet Hageman, Liz Cheney's opponent in Wyoming GOP primary

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

What to know about Harriet Hageman, Liz Cheney's opponent in Wyoming GOP primary

"Liz Cheney concedes to Harriet hagerman a Republican congressional candidate backed by former president Donald Trump Wyoming Republican representative Liz Cheney loses a GOP primary to Harriet hagman a lawyer backed by former president Donald Trump After conceding the race Cheney told supporters now the real work begins The three term member of Congress and co chair the January 6th committee says former president Trump and his allies at the national state and local levels are a threat to the nation If we do not condemn the conspiracies and the lies if we do not hold those responsible to account we will be excusing this conduct and it will become a feature of all elections America will never be the same Cheney adding I have said since January 6th that I will do whatever it takes to ensure Donald Trump is never again anywhere near the Oval Office And I mean it I'm

Liz Cheney Harriet Hagerman Donald Trump Harriet Hagman Cheney Wyoming GOP Congress America Oval Office
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

08:19 min | 4 months ago

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

"The surgeon came up to me, said, hey, you know, I want to talk to you about this case. He's on the ketogenic diet. He lost a hundred pounds. And I said, okay, you know, sure happy to talk about ketogenic diet. And he said, what do you think of that diet? And I said, well, let me ask you, what's the etiology for console? And say, oh, that person needs four vessel bypass. Welcome to the exam room podcast, brought to you by the physicians committee. Hi, I am the weight loss champion chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for raising your health IQ with us and more than 130 countries and healthy cities coast to coast in the U.S.. Let's see, we did fruit towns last time, so why not go the veggie route today? Spuds Florida, burnt corn, Alabama, cucumber, West Virginia. We appreciate you helping to make the world a healthier place. This is episode 28 of season 5. Number 327 overall. One out of every four people will die from heart disease in the United States. That is a grim statistic. One out of four. Yet, fewer than one out of ten patients will be referred to a dietician by their cardiologist. Now how do we know that? Because the cardiologists themselves have said so. And with heart disease being one of the most preventable chronic diseases, those numbers just don't seem to add up. Now, a Doctor Who participated in this survey of cardiologists is here with us today. Doctor Monica agarwal. She's an adjunct clinical associate Professor of medicine in the university of Florida division of cardiovascular medicine, and she also happens to be the author of your body on fire, but perhaps most important to today's conversation, she's a nutrition advocate from both the patient and doctor perspective. Now, you just heard her talk at the beginning of the show. About a patient who had lost a bunch of weight, which is fantastic. The problem is that patient needs quadruple bypass surgery, which is not so great. And the biggest problem still is that the patient is eating a keto diet, which means likely lots of meats that are loaded with fat and cholesterol. And that is probably contributing to the blockages. And that is the disconnect with a lot of doctors. Because they're not taught about nutrition. Now, of course, there are far more reasons why cardiologists aren't referring patients for nutritional counseling and won't be getting into those reasons on the show today as well. Talking about biases and what types exist. ISIS that extend beyond race and beyond gender. Maybe it has to do with the way that the patient looks and the incorrect assumption that because the patient might be overweight, they don't want to go see a nutritionist. So why bother? Well, today, we're going to be talking about exactly why you should. Thanks for being here. Oh, it's great. It's always fun to be here with you, chuck. The pleasure is all mine. And when this study crossed my desk, doctor aggarwal, I about lost it. I said to myself, well, look, you've got so many people in this country. Hundreds of thousands who die every single year of heart disease, and yet we know that it's one of the most preventable chronic diseases out there. And one of the best ways to prevent it is through proper nutrition. Yet, we're seeing so few patients getting referred by their cardiologist for nutritional intervention. The numbers just don't seem to add up for me. So when you put this survey out there to the cardiologist, I think you asked something like a 120 some odd cardiologists were you surprised at the responses that you received? You know, sadly, no, it wasn't much of a surprise because this is an area we've been studying for some time, is the lack of education. I mean, the problem is multifold. You know, heart disease is everybody knows in concept that eating better and exercise is good for the heart. But as physicians, we don't aren't necessarily taught to tell people that or we tell them we'll eat better and exercise, but we don't really tell them how to do it because we ourselves haven't been trained how to do that. So you'll get a wide breadth of education from a physician. I've heard my colleagues tell their patients diet doesn't matter. I've heard physicians say, well, it just doesn't matter what you do, but I would do ketogenic. I've had surgeons come up to me actually, I had a great story random story, but of a surgeon who came up to me at University of Florida who said, hey, you know, I want to talk to you about this case that I'm seeing, he's on the ketogenic diet and he lost a hundred pounds. And I said, okay, you know, I'll share happy to talk to you about ketogenic diet. And he said, what do you think of that diet? And I said, well, let me ask you, what's the etiology for the console? And so that person needs four vessel bypass, right? And so there's this disconnect where people don't see that the impact of the food does impact how you heal and how your body is. And so that's one of the biggest problems is that doctors don't understand nutrition. And so they give whatever has worked for them or what they've heard about, sort of cursorily and that's the education that they provide their patients. So we hear doctors say, doesn't that die? Doesn't matter. Go ketogenic. Makes you lose weight. And go eat plants. A mix of this Mediterranean is the option. Palio is the option. There are so many things. And so it's so confusing for patients because they're hearing all this news from outside all over the social media and the television and advertising. And then they're hearing from their doctors also like a whole other set of things. And so patients really struggle. It's a real significant problem. But it comes back to the fact that physicians are not taught about nutrition and we, as physicians are not given any formal, most universities won't give any formal education to their to their students, unfortunately. And that's changing slowly and slowly, but as somebody who teaches some of the curriculum at University of Florida, that's another big problem, is that I will, if I give the EKG conference, there are 200 people in the room asking questions so interactive, they want to know everything I want that I can teach them. If I give a nutrition lecture, there's 60 people in the room. I'll ask, and I'll say, I've asked the students because I know them pretty well. I said, look, what is it? Is it me? Do I just do a worse talk when I give nutrition talk than I do when I do EKGs? And I say, it's nothing to do with that. There's a nutrition is not on the test. And nutrition isn't all the tests. It's not on the board exams. It's not on the standardized testing. And so, you know, some multiple levels. So the students to pick and choose what lectures they'll go to. And if there's nothing that's going to get them into the next phase of being a doctor, then they skip it. All right, well, let me ask you kind of an interesting question here. This just kind of popped into my brain the way you were just explaining the attendance for the various topics of the lectures. Do you think part of the problem here could be the fact that at least on TV and in movies we see this dramatization where cardiologists or surgeons in general are ultra competitive for the number of patients that they work on or the patients that they work on. Like I want this surgery. You know what I mean? Do you think that there's a reluctance to refer a patient to another practitioner because they want to hold on to that control? They want to be in charge of this patient's outcome. I don't think it's as black and white as that, that they don't want to refer to people because they want to keep them for themselves as much as they just don't think that anyone else can do it better, necessarily. And so it's often an ego thing. I know what I'm talking about. So I will, I mean, doctors are happy to refer when they don't understand something. But they have to then understand.

heart disease physicians committee chuck Carroll Monica agarwal university of Florida division U.S. aggarwal West Virginia University of Florida Alabama Florida chuck Mediterranean
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

04:40 min | 4 months ago

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

"When I asked doctor dagger to come on the show today, I also asked him if there was anything that he would like to promote. Any program city had coming up anything like that, and he said no. I just want to come on there and have a chat and help people get a little bit healthier. And to me, that is the personification of a good guy right there. So thank you, doctor dagger for coming on, my friend. You really did help to raise our health IQ by more than a point or two. Now, I have a favor to ask you if you are on Instagram and Twitter, go ahead and follow me there. I am at chuck Carroll in both places and especially important if you can't join us for the live show on Wednesday. That's on Facebook and YouTube. If you can't join us live at noon eastern, go ahead and send me your questions for our experts right there. We get to as many as we possibly can. So send me a message and I will do my best to get you an answer on the show. But also on Instagram in particular, I have a lot of pictures up there of me in my old 66 inch waist pants. And I was just looking at one of these pictures the other day. And thinking about how differently I view these pants, then I did back in the day. Because back when I was still filling them up, did not seem all that big to me at the time. But what I know now, I really wish that I could go back in time. And talk to the old me. And hopefully speed up the weight loss process, the path to health, let that guy know, even though I was very hard headed at the time. Just let them know that one day you're going to be able to fit two and a half of you into these old pants. But I don't say that to brag about, oh, I lost all of this weight. I say it in hopes that it will inspire you or inspire somebody in your life to see that they can also do that. They don't have to be trapped in these unhealthy bodies even though they feel like this is my fate. This is the hand that life is dealt me. Doesn't have to be that way. You can finally do what it is that you've always dreamed of, and that is get healthier and more importantly, stay healthier. So important. So if you want to check out those picks, I am at chuck Carroll, W, LC. And if you haven't already done so, please go ahead and subscribe to the exam room podcast by the physicians committee on Apple podcast or on Spotify wherever shows are available. And when you do, please also leave a 5 star rating and a nice review because just like we were talking about inspiration there, I promise you this, every new subscription and 5 star writing really does help this potentially life-changing and even lifesaving information reach an even wider audience and that means that it's connecting with the people who feel desperate, like they can never improve their health. We want to prove to them that they can and they can in fact go on and lead a longer and healthier life and just by subscribing, you can really help that person achieve their goals. And for today, that is going to wrap things up. I want to say thank you one more time too. The incredible doctor Matthew Nagar for being here, helping to raise our health IQs and sprinkle on a little bit of inspiration for us today. And for everyone, here at the physicians committee, I am the weight loss champion, chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for listening. And remember, as always, keep it plant.

chuck Carroll Instagram physicians committee YouTube Twitter Facebook Apple Matthew Nagar
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

04:07 min | 6 months ago

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

"I have never seen a study that shows anything other than a positive effect. Well, it's an interesting study. A purported to be studying raw versus cooked found a little bit of an advantage for raw, not so much for cook. My takeaway was that the raw data really meant that the conclusions were overcooked. Welcome to the exam room podcast, brought to you by the physicians committee. Hi, I am the weight loss champion chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for racing your health IQ with us in more than 130 countries around.

physicians committee chuck Carroll
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

04:07 min | 6 months ago

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

"I have never seen a study that shows anything other than a positive effect. Well, it's an interesting study. A purported to be studying raw versus cooked found a little bit of an advantage for raw, not so much for cook. My takeaway was that the raw data really meant that the conclusions were overcooked. Welcome to the exam room podcast, brought to you by the physicians committee. Hi, I am the weight loss champion chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for racing your health IQ with us in more than 130 countries around.

physicians committee chuck Carroll
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

03:13 min | 6 months ago

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

"Around the world. People who need it the most. And don't forget that you can join us for the exam room live. Every Wednesday at noon eastern, 9 a.m. Pacific on the physicians committee's YouTube channel or Facebook page, would love to see you there. But if you can't join us live, you can also send me your questions ahead of time. I'm at chuck Carroll. On both Twitter and Instagram. I want to say hi to everyone who came out to the Southwest Florida veg fest on Super Bowl Sunday. I met so many great exam roomies in Bonita Springs. It was a really fun event. Rained a little bit in the morning, but then the clouds parted and it was blue skies, and I was there with doctor Mickey witt and we went all kinds of scientific about my weight loss and how your brain can get hooked on junk food, but then rewired for help. Walked around so many cool vendors there as well had some amazing corn soup. And saw literally the biggest stalk of Brussels sprouts I have ever seen in my entire life, like good luck finding this in your grocery store. This stock was about as tall as I am. Just enormous, not that I'm super tall, but just, I mean, a 5 foot stalk of Brussels sprouts. Also saw Joel and Jill Erickson, who were there of rooted green wellness and Joel how fitting for today is a heart attack survivor himself. And then also met another heart attack survivor, and this gentleman was telling me that he had actually had more heart attacks than he can count on one hand. But then he switches to a plant based diet and he says that his heart has not missed a beat since. It's just really great to hear that story and then to meet so many great exam room listeners out there. You guys have no idea how humbling it is to me that people in Southwest Florida or Omaha Nebraska or Vancouver British Columbia. I'll listen to this little show that's being produced in Washington, D.C.. It is so cool the way that we're all gathering together to raise our health IQs. And I appreciate you. More than you will ever know. And I'm going to try to repay some of that gratitude right now by raising your health IQ just a little bit higher and especially listen closely if you are a coffee or tea drinker, some very promising news here. And for that we head to the exam room news desk. Jump for joy if you love Java. It turns out that that cup of Joe might be just what the doctor ordered for your heart. Caffeine has been known for some time to improve cardiovascular health, but researchers weren't exactly sure why, until now. And what they discovered probably isn't the reason that you would guess either. Canadian scientists believe that caffeine actually has a cholesterol lowering property. A study out of Hamilton Ontario finds that the stimulant triggers a so called cascade effect that ultimately reduces LDL or bad cholesterol in your blood. They say caffeine increases the liver's.

physicians committee chuck Carroll Mickey witt heart attacks Southwest Florida Jill Erickson Brussels Joel Bonita Springs Instagram Washington, D.C. Super Bowl YouTube Facebook Twitter Omaha Nebraska British Columbia Vancouver
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

01:49 min | 6 months ago

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

"See, look, I want you to eat the rainbow. But I don't necessarily want you to poop the rainbow. I actually think that a boring Brown bowel movement can be a glorious great thing. Is it kind of dependent upon what it is that you eat as well? Yes, it is. Welcome to the exam room podcast, brought to you by the physicians committee. Hi, I am the weight loss champion chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for racing your health IQ with us in more than 130 countries around the world. Norway, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and all places in between. We appreciate you helping to make the world a healthier place. This.

physicians committee chuck Carroll Norway Puerto Rico South Korea
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

07:41 min | 8 months ago

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

"Two don't go hand in hand. Well, Dan's a good friend and you know the standard American diet has a great acronym the sad diet, which it is. I mean, we've been found during World War II. You know, when there was rationing in certain countries and they couldn't get the meats and the cheeses and the butter and so on and eggs that their rates of chronic diseases went way down and then the rational ended, it went back up. These were large scale unwitting, but real experiments involving millions of people. The evidence is clear. You know, so then the question is, well, why would I want to do that? And what I've learned is that what really motivates people to make sustainable changes in diet and lifestyle is not fear of dying, the joy of living. If you tell somebody, you know, put that burger down, you're gonna get a heart attack or put that cigarette and you're gonna get lung cancer. Maybe for a few weeks after they've had a heart attack, they'll do pretty much anything the doctor of the nurse tells them. But even then they tend to go back to their old patterns. Because fear is not really a sustainable motivator. What sustainable is joy and pleasure and love and feeling good. And when people understand how dynamic these biological mechanisms are, that it's not about living, you know, to be 86 instead of 85. That doesn't really motivate most people. It's about, oh, my skin is more blood. I look younger, you know, my heart gets more blood on my chest and goes away. For someone who's got such a big heart disease that they can't walk across the street without getting engine or chest pain or make love with their spouse or play with their kids or go back to work without severe chest pain within a few weeks in most cases we found most people can do all those things. Then they say things like, you know, I like eating junk food, but not that much because what I gain is so much more than what I give up. It's not just about preventing something bad from happening like a heart attack or stroke years down the road. It's like, oh, I feel so much better. I can think more clearly, you know, there's a wonderful film that came out a while ago called the game changers, which looks at athletes who became elite athletes and Olympic medalists in the NFL champions and so on when they changed their diet and lifestyle. There's a great scene in there where three athletes and their mid 20s, their sexual function, the frequency and harness of their erections after a single plant based meal was three to 500% more frequent and ten to 15% harder when they slept at night than after a single meat based meal. You know, everything gets more blood flow. And so when people understand how powerful these biological mechanisms are, how they affect so many different conditions and how quickly you can experience the benefits so that what you gain is so much more than what you give up. That's ultimately what makes the sustainable. There was a point in my life when I was that guy who couldn't walk across the street without my chest beginning to tighten. I mean, it was ten steps and I felt like I was gonna keel over from a heart attack. It literally felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest. But still, when I decided to make changes and live a healthier life, I was still just of the mindset that if I could lose weight, I would be okay. And that's all I was focused on. But the deeper I got into my health journey, the more I realized that it was about so much more than just losing weight. I noticed very quickly as you said that those chest pains began to dissipate, and I could work greater and greater distances without issue. And then it dawned on me that Alzheimer's that cancer, heart disease, all run in my family, and now I'm able to reduce my risk drastically for all three of those. And so what begins is just a weight loss journey, I think for a lot of people then can wind up checking a lot of those boxes and to me and maybe you've experienced this with your patients as well. That can be a heck of a motivator. Well, it is. And Alzheimer's runs in my family. My mom and Oliver siblings died of it. I have one of the APOE four genes for Alzheimer's. And we're actually in the middle now of doing the first randomized controlled trial to see if these same lifestyle changes may stop or even reverse the progression of early stage Alzheimer's. I think we're in a place with Alzheimer's very reminiscent of where we were with heart disease, 40 some odd when I started doing research. In other words, the same biological mechanisms are at play. Less intensive interventions back then could slow the rate at which your arteries got clogged, more intense in ones like ours, we could found could actually the arteries got less and less clogged over time as opposed to more and more clock. And I think the same may be true of Alzheimer's, less intensive lifestyle interventions, may slow the rate of progressive dimension. But what's good for your heart is good for your brain. We're hoping that more intensive interventions may stop or even reverse it. So stay tuned for that. But it's encouraging because unlike heart disease, there are no effective drugs that can even stop the disease from getting worse. So if and it's still an if at this point, but if we aren't able to show that we can stop or reverse the progression of Alzheimer's in many patients, it can inspire and give millions of people new hope and new choices in areas that they don't have. But it's also true for other diseases. I mean, COVID is, of course, a big issue. Now with the new homework on variant, which is even more infectious, people are really, yes, vaccinations good, of course. But vaccination doesn't keep you from everyone from getting second just gives you a milder case of it. It can help prevent it. Masks can be good. Social distancing could be good. But lifestyle changes can also be good. We already know that people who have chronic diseases are much more likely to get COVID and to die from it. But we also know that when people make these changes, I mean, there was a study that came out in just a month or so ago that looked at 3000 almost 3000 frontline healthcare workers in 6 countries. These are people who get exposed to COVID-19 every day. And those that were following healthy plant based diets were 73% less likely to get moderate to severe illness where those following high animal protein Atkins paleo keto diets were 400% more likely to develop moderate considered disease. And likewise, at Harvard, they found the Harvard nurses and physicians health study over a 100,000 men and women that those who made these changes were 43% less likely to get severe COVID. So it's not just avoiding the virus. It's how your body interacts with it, which in turn is also a drug function of our lifestyle changes. So when you make these lifestyle changes, it has so many far reaching implications, both for prevention, as well as enjoying life more fully. What you gain is so much more than what you give up. No question about it. And I think that looking back at early on in the pandemic, when I was doing shows every day with doctor Barnard, we would always get asked by the viewers the question of, well, how can a plant based diet help me with this? And at that point, we've really didn't have any answers, and it wasn't until those two studies that you just referenced came to light that we started to be able to fill in a little bit of that picture. Were you surprised at all when those results began to come in? I mean, I think you said it was 73% reduction that certainly a statistically significant. Well, it was a significant 73% reducing her likelihood of getting moderate to severe illness. There's a 400% 400% increase. That's not subtle. As you know, these things really are important. But again, there's an article there Sheldon Cohen did a study with a different variant of the coronavirus, not the one that causes COVID-19, but a cousin of it. And rhinovirus, the virus that causes the common cold. And I don't know how I got this for the human studies committee, but he got volunteers that were otherwise healthy and drip these viruses into their nose. A 100% of them became infected, but not everyone who got infected.

Alzheimer's heart attack heart disease lung cancer Dan stroke NFL Oliver Harvard cancer Barnard Sheldon Cohen human studies committee
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

06:44 min | 8 months ago

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

"Have different protein requirements. We utilize them differently. Two. They're looking at the entire digestive tract and some of the bacteria near the end of the digestive tract might chew up some of the protein too. So it's a little bit of a kind of inaccurate reading. And three, this is the biggest one. It also docks points if your protein isn't complete. Or if it is lacking or lower in one or two amino acids, which as I just mentioned will kind of sway the results towards favoring animal protein over plant protein, even though it may not matter in the context of a overall diet. Now the DS aims to correct for some of those issues. For one they use pigs, which are closer to humans and digestive tract but still not anywhere near. Or not necessarily the same. Now, they also tend to feed raw foods. That's a problem. So they feed raw legumes, raw grains even, and when you cook those foods, you increase their digestive ability. So they're using products that might actually, again, dot points on the plant side. Again, look at the limiting amino acid. So they're looking at the amino acid that the amino acids that I should say that might be a little bit lower in that giving food. And docking points for that, same way that they did with the PD cast, which is, again, irrelevant in the context of a overall diet. And they actually measure digestion specifically for mouth to the end of the small intestine. So they actually insert a tube through the abdomen. It's not very nice to obviously I wish I didn't do or they didn't do that. But remove the food at the end of the small intestine. So that removes some of that bacterial digestion I was talking about. But a lot of issues there, what we need to look at is actual human data. And the limited amount of human data that we have looking at digestion again from mouth to end of small intestine usually through ileostomy bags. We see that there is maybe a few percent difference at most. It's absolutely tiny, tiny difference between the digestibility of either animal or plant protein sources. But what really matters is, does it lead to similar muscle growth? Or strength gains? Who cares about the amino acid profile differences or adjustability differences in all of that? If the result is the same. That's what we should care about. And we do have research on that. We have a lot of research comparing whey protein, pea protein, even some on rice protein to whey protein, which is considered the highest quality. Of a lot of the animal proteins. And we consistently see if you're having the same amount of protein. And a high quality protein at that, there's very little or actually there's no measurable difference between the different sources. So the plant sources perform just as well as the animal sources. And some might see that and say, well, those are supplements. They're isolated. They're more digestible. How can we say that that's relevant to overall foods if you're having a vegan diet versus omnivorous diet? Well, a study published in early this year, early 2021 actually hopefully puts that to rest. They took 19 vegans in 19 meat eaters. These are all men. They had them up their protein intake, either from plant sources by supplementing a soy protein on top of their diet or in the animal or along with more group whey protein. So that they were having 1.6 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. That's kind of where you don't see further benefit for strength strength gains. And after 12 weeks of training, resistance training, no difference. No significant statistically significant difference between the different groups. So that should tell us that in a diet where most of your protein intake is coming from either exclusively plant foods or a mix of plant and animal foods with yes, a bit of supplementation in there. If there's no difference there, I don't suspect we will see a difference. And I don't suspect we should think that there's a difference. Yeah, I'm glad that you brought up that study because there is a large percentage of our audience who's like, they just can't get on board whatsoever with animal testing. And that's something that we work very hard with at the physicians committee as well to and that and find those human relevant methods. And it sounds to me like the quality of data you were talking about where they pitted vegans and non vegans head to head there. That data is cool. And I think that if you expand that study, get some more participants, repeat it a few times. I think that, you know, then you've got yourself a home run and you wouldn't need to worry about the rodent experiments or the pick experiments, which oftentimes Doc those results don't even translate into human results. So I'm just going to mention that too. That's the thing with a lot of the animal research is often doesn't translate anyway. And when we have human data, especially for something like muscle and strength gains, as I just mentioned, then why do we need it? We shouldn't, especially for something like that. Now, let me ask you, there is the assumption here that we're talking about a whole food plant based diet. So the upper Echelon, the upper tier of a healthy diet there. But what if somebody is eating a lot of these processed vegan foods that you would find in the frozen food section or in the middle of the store, they're prepackaged, you know, basically ready to roll. Would there be a risk of protein deficiency if you're eating that type of food? No, not at all. If anything, actually, especially mock meat products. The plant based meat alternatives would be excellent sources of protein. They are typically made with actually protein high slits. So they'd be really high in protein. And from a health standpoint, sure, maybe we can say that you're black bean burger is going to be a healthier than beyond burger. I don't think many people are going to argue with that. But we do have research comparing the on burgers to even organic meat products. There was a study called the swamp meat study that it was a randomized crossover trial where they had participants have either two or more servings of beyond meat products per day or two or more servings of organic meat products. And not even your regular meat, which is I think a good part of researchers there for going for the organic just to really show that there isn't much of a difference..

physicians committee
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

04:58 min | 9 months ago

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

"In and then health hopped on the first flight out of there, man, it was gone, Jack. You want even more evidence? Well, how about a recent study from the British medical journal global health? And for details on that, we head to the exam room news desk. Researchers say they have evidence that a sharp rise in preventable disease in certain countries is tied directly to the consumption of red and processed meat. An analysis of data from 154 countries shows a spike in diet driven disease in places where the so called meat trade began to boom and consumers in turn began eating more meat. Evidence there reveals an often substantial rise in the number of deaths from colorectal cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Researchers say northern and Eastern European countries as well as certain island nations in the Caribbean are being hit the hardest. Now, the rates of disease retract over a 25 year span that began in 1993. And researchers, they were pretty specific about what they classified as red meat for this analysis. Their category included beef, lamb, goat, and pork. But you could say, well, cork isn't exactly a red meat. Is it right, isn't it more whitish? Well, here's why this is important, because they're classification of red meat also specifically excludes poultry, fish, and eggs. It also excludes processed meats since that has its own distinction. And that definition for processed meat, well, that includes red meat products that were preserved by smoking, salting, curing, or with chemical preservatives. And they say that they were primarily from beef and pork. And you can find the link to the study right now in the episode notes. So all of these diseases are preventable diseases. It's simply does not have to be that way. And you know, something else that Dan said that really stuck with me is how big of a difference that beings can make in your health. Instead of study showing where red and processed meat can take years off of your life, Dan was talking about studies showing that eating just one cup of beans a day can add years to your life. Years. Is there a good chance that there's more to it than just the beans? Well, sure, but if you're eating healthfully, a diet that includes beans and you follow the practices of the cultures living in the blue zones, you are giving yourself the best shot at blowing out 100 candles on a very big birthday. And I will tell you what. If I'm fortunate enough to live to see August 28th, 2082, we're all gonna have one big party. Everyone is going to be invited. Now remember also what Dan said because it echoes what so many of the doctors and researchers have said on this very program. He said that genes only play a small role in the grand scheme of things. It is you who is behind the wheel of your health. It is you who has the control to steer your body in a healthy direction or take a turn down the sick superhighway. And dance book, the blue zones challenge, that book is like the fuel that can start up your car and get you going. And you better believe that there's a link to it in the episode notes. And for today, that's going to wrap things up. I want to say thank you once again to mister blue zones. Dan butner for being here with us. And for everyone at the physicians committee, I am the weight loss champion chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for listening. And remember, as always, keep it plant based..

colorectal cancer Dan heart disease Jack Caribbean diabetes Dan butner physicians committee chuck Carroll
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

07:43 min | 11 months ago

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

"Welcome to the exam room. Podcast brought to you by the physicians committee. I i am the weight loss champion. Chuck carroll thank you so very much for raising your health. Iq with us in more than one hundred thirty around the world. hello to the roomies listening today. In the netherlands. Mexico singapore and switzerland. We do appreciate you helping to make the world a healthier place. This is episode eighty-one of season. Four number two hundred seventy six overall and we are continuing our. Let's beat breast cancer series with dr christie funk. She was kind enough to join me an answer. The questions that you all the exam room. He's sent into the doctor's mailbag. Here are just a few. That will be getting answers today. Ken soda cause breast cancer and which fruits and vegetables are best for fighting cancer. And here's an interesting one. Does the kito diet make a woman. More likely to develop breast cancer can a plant based diet improve. The effectiveness of cancer treatment does olive oil protect against breast cancer and our plant paste omega three sources as effective as sources from fish. When it comes to cancer fighting properties we will get answers to all of those and a lot more as we help to kick cancer to the curb. So let's go ahead and do that right now. With dr kristi funk on the exam room live. Thank you so very much for being here. Thanks for having me. I love the exam room. Podcast check i love you and we love you just as much. Let's start with the question today. From ham and pants question is a good one and i was talking to my wife about this the other day because there are people who really love them some soda and so pam question is right on point she wants to know does drinking soda. Increase the risk of cancer lou. Pam the it could in totality that soda is a poor Highly caloric simple sugar. Drink that immediately. Let's add glucose absorbed through the small intestine into the bloodstream. Spiking the glucose content therefore bringing out the main trumpet. that says. Hey this glucose here that's called insulin and states of high glucose in high insulin in a chronic setting certainly elevate inflammation in inflammation elevated over chronic periods of time is cancerous playground so there aren't direct causing Causing consequence there with the sodas straight to your breast causing breast cancer. But it's all part of that environment that guest created that stokes scanner for sure. Okay here we go. People love best foods and this is something that we will be covering extensively throughout the month. Matter of fact coming up we've got the top twelve breast superfoods. And then i believe we're looking at the top ten eighteen most anti estrogens food so we have a lot of foods that we're going to cover throughout the month. But let's start here with this question from lisa. Lisa is wondering which fruits are most effective for fighting breast cancer berries space-based berries for sure. So they really the they pack a punch or a breast cancer. They're packed with fiber. Which helps you bind excess estrogen and poop it out and Amongst the berries there is a secret. One that i believe. It's an episode. Three will revealing that. You don't want to miss but of all the fruits berries. A standalone other fruit in studies. That has been associated with one. A day rescuers. Your by twenty. Four percent is the apple especially read so apples and berries but really off fruits. They are just all packed with chemicals. That decreased estrogen decrease inflammation and even angiogenesis the creation of blood flow to the tumors thing that a lot of people are probably wondering wh how much of an impact does eating organic fruit have like what is the cumulative benefit there versus getting a conventional berry. I would say that the study showed that the parts per million of pesticides get into your body from eating in organic non. Organic fruits is not sufficient enough to cause cell injury and mutation. How ever it's also not antioxidant food so The whatever amount of pesticide you're putting in your body doesn't have a anticancer effect so it may kill the pesticides but in a big doses certainly would kill you in the tiny doses from eating non-organic i would way rather you choose a inorganic berry than organic burger or even organic cookie vegan. Cookie right so it's always a compared to what question. And i definitely would rather have you eat the berry in comparison to anything except the organic would probably have a slight edge over the non-organic beer. All right so you can't talk about fruits without talking about vegetables and that brings us to amy's question. Which vegetables are best for fighting breast cancer. Cruciferous vegetables and chief among them as broccoli and the crown on broccoli goes to broccoli sprouts why they have one hundred times. The content of sulfurophane than broccoli does but brock is still So certainly the cruciferous vegetables next up alliens vegetables. Those your garlic onions shallots. These album. Vegetables contain A rotates inhibiting properties. Which is an enzyme that creates estrogen. And there's one study that. I love 'cause it's just so revealing. It's a french. Study eleven to twelve servings of vegetables weekly dropped breast cancer by seventy five percent so those are two biggies. There we go. Hello a again. So i wanna skip ahead to a question. From linda and linda's question is what should we eat along with those fruits and vegetables to really help with the absorption of those beneficial nutrients is there. Are there any foods that really like really would help your body. Soak in what it needs yet. So a lot of the healthy vitamins minerals and antioxidants. Such as the lycopene and tomatoes are fat. Soluble so you want to have some healthy fats alongside your vegetables to enhance the absorption. So examples would be avocados nuts seeds nut and seed butters And olives so for those who like engro. They should shy away from oils. But if you cooked if you take something. You put a splash of olive oil in there. That would be a fat. Flaxseed is varnway way that most concentrated source of healthy omega three fatty acids on the planet. So if what. If you're having say a plate full of roasted vegetables whole grain you could just sprinkle a tablespoon of flaxseed and boom there'd be your fat andrew lignans the other important nutrient in.

breast cancer cancer physicians committee Chuck carroll dr christie Ken soda dr kristi funk inflammation elevated breast causing breast cancer estrogen decrease inflammation the netherlands switzerland singapore pam Mexico Pam lisa Lisa tumors
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

03:33 min | 1 year ago

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

"Your own goals. Seem like they're much more within reach some really glad that she was able to come on the show today with us and share her story with us because man is motivation and there are links to follow. Make in the episode notes as well and if you if you hop over on her instagram page. You will notice that. Her health makeover now has turned into a full blown makeover. She is sporting quite the new haircut these days. One that is saving a bunch of time trying to style everything. Just right. I mean heck. There's nothing even to style these days but you know what she pulls it off and she looks fantastic. Plant fit meg doing it her way. And i love it absolutely love it and i would also love it if you could take a moment right now to share this nutrition knowledge and this inspiration help it find someone who thinks that they could never get healthy. Someone who feels like their genes are their destiny and there is no diet in the world. That could possibly ever help them well. Let's get them that help that help that. They don't even realize just waiting for them to find it. It's right around the corner and one of the easiest ways that you can help. This person is by subscribing to this podcast examined exam room podcast by the physicians committee on apple. Podcast or spotify wherever shows are available and when you subscribe please also leave a five star rating because every new subscription and five star rating helps us climbed just a little bit higher in the podcast ratings and the higher we climb the easier it becomes those who need this information the most those who need to be inspired and educated. It helps those people find this show and it helps to make their world a healthier place and four.

meg physicians committee apple
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

04:55 min | 1 year ago

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

"If you are now ready to become a food for life instructor and you want to teach the benefits of a healthy diet and your community. Applications are being accepted until august twenty third. And you don't have to be a doctor or even a whiz in the kitchen to apply all you need to do is log onto f. f. l. training dot org that's f. f. l. training dot org and get your application by august twenty third so that you can start taking your passion for health to the masses and hopefully just like jean start changing. Someone's life an all even be helping out with some of the training this year going over some media and presentation tips so that your classes can be top notch. Engaging and more importantly you'll also be learning from our world renowned doctors and dietitians here at the physicians committee like dietitians susan levin who will guide you during your training and you'll also get to see how the classes are being taught so that you know what to expect. When you're at the front of the classroom there's even an opportunity for an exclusive cuna with dr neal barnard and so many others but the curriculum goes beyond just nutrition delves into the business side of things as well and it teaches you how to market yourself and your food for life classes so that you can reach as big of an audience as possible. We want to get that message out there to as many people as possible. So if this is something that you think you would be interested in. Applications are being accepted until august. Twenty third at f. f. l. training dot. Org and you can find a link to that website right now in the episode notes. Good show today pretty incredible. How much research has been pouring in about plant based diets isn't it. I mean it's mind-blowing. How much dr freeman was able to talk about and that was only a small sampling of what is out there and with all of that. Research continues to emerge. It's fair to ask yourself whether you want your golden years to be spent uncomfortably fighting disease or whether you want your days to be filled with long walks in the park and playing with the grandkids as you go well into your eighty s and ninety s. Of course there are no guarantees but there is plenty of science showing that this is a phenomenal opportunity to give your quality of life a major upgrade as the years roll by and finally today. If you haven't already subscribe to the exam room podcast by the physicians committee. Please do that right now. On apple podcast or spotify stitcher wherever shows are available and when you subscribe please also leave a five star rating because every new subscription every five star rating helps us get this information to those who need it the most in a way. It's just like what the food for life program is trying to do. Try to get this information to those who need a health. Jump start and you can help out that person right now. Because every new subscription and five star rating helps the podcast climb a little bit higher in the rankings. In the higher we climb the easier it becomes for those who need this to find this. Potentially life saving information so i thank you in advance and for today. That is going to wrap things up. I want to say thank you once again to my guests. Dr andrew freeman and of course. The inspirational gene myers for joining us today. And for everyone here at the physicians committee. I am the weight loss champion. Chuck carroll. thank you so very much for listening and remember as always keep a plant based.

physicians committee susan levin dr neal barnard dr freeman jean apple Dr andrew freeman gene myers Chuck carroll
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

07:59 min | 1 year ago

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

"This year marks a major milestone for the physicians committee is food for life program which has been teaching the health benefits of a plant based diet for thousands of people really helping to get their health back on track and today. I am thrilled to be joined by one of the longest tenured instructors in the food for life program she is a rockstar within our organization. And that is why. I am so thrilled that she is here with us today. Gene myers welcome to the exam room. Thank you thank you so much. I'm happy to be here. I am too because you have been a really kind of trendsetter when it comes to vegetarian. Diets and then exclusively plant based diets is my understanding that it has been well over thirty years. Maybe close to forty years. Since you've had any meat is that correct yes. Yes in a nineteen eighty four. I read francis marla pays book diet for a small planet. And that's what changed my outlook. I just felt like it was something i had to do. Ethically it wasn't that about the animals so much back then. It was about all the starving people that didn't have enough to eat because of the meat center diets of the western world and so i Switched at that point and nineteen eighty-four. I would imagine that there were not a whole lot of vegetarians in in the world at that point right we haven't seen that trend start to explode as we're beginning to see now. What kind of reaction did you get from your friends in your family at that point. Well you're right. There weren't the products in the stores that you can buy to make cooking easy. it was. Yeah well i was just pretty determined. And so i didn't really worry about my friends reaction so much. The family did not join me. I just cooked my own stuff. I was able to make dishes for the kids. And then i would take mine out before i added the mate and then so for a bail three or four years we kind of went our separate ways and then my daughter when she was seven. Read a book about veterinarians and his daughter who loved animals so much. She wouldn't eat them and so then. My daughter became vegetarian at age. Seven so then there was my daughter eating -tarian and then my husband and two sons were not but over the years a my son had to do a paper for school and he contrast gandhi churchill and he read about ghandi's a himself a philosophy and he became the -tarian and then my husband's a physician and as he learned more and more about the health impacts of red meat. He left that off then. He got rid of chicken and so he became the -tarian and finally our middle son. We were on a trip to california driving pass stockyards and he said later. It was so difficult being in the car with four vegetarians. Driving past stockyards that he he also became vegetarian so it took eight years but then we were finally all in the same place so eight years from one thousand nine hundred eighty four. I'm guessing this is right around. Nineteen ninety two at that point. Right right right okay. Now let me let me pause before we move forward with your story because one of the questions that we get all the time on the show gene is. I am new to this plant based diet but my family has not joined me on this journey so finding it really difficult to cook two meals every single time. How did you balance that. How did you make that happen. Are there any tips that you can share well. I looked for recipes where you add them. Meet later you know and or it was just a separate thing and i ate all the side dishes and made sure that i had beans in something So it really wasn't. It didn't seem that hard to me. That is sage advice. That is the first time. I think i've ever heard it like that. Most people assume that you you have to do two different recipes. Like if you're doing meatloaf you got to do the meatloaf and then you've got to do the lentil loaf to go with it right now. You're talking about just being smart about it and adding the non vegan products down the line. I like where your headset gene. This is why. I have you on the show because you are bringing a ton of wisdom to us Let's fash ford another five years. Nineteen ninety seven for you was another big year. That's when you decided that you didn't just want to be vegetarian. You wanted to become a full blown vegan at that point. What was the deciding factor there that was learning more about the eggs and dairy industries. And what happens before that. I had never heard that all these baby chicks were killed. The male chicks were killed. I didn't know that. I didn't know how cows were treated. And it just made me horrified. But i have to say that was a harder transition than no meat and in fact i had to try it once or twice before i could. I was sort of a little addicted to frozen yogurt. And you know there weren't that many other options at that point. But once i just got it in my brain that anytime i wanted dairy cow you know. Cows have just station period as long as humans. And they mourn for their cavs when they're taken away so you know that just really touched me and you know i had been a nursing. Mom so i know know about motherhood you mentioned the frozen yogurt was hard. A lot of people also struggle with cheese. Was that a big one for you. It wasn't as big for me as it was for my husband. He really struggled with cheese and for several years that we didn't have any at home but if we went to a party or something you know he might have a little bit but it takes a while to lose that addiction. And i think neil has done such a great job. You know in his books in his talks about informing people. That cheese is an addiction that she prep is a great book. So your husband the the physician. He goes primarily for health reasons. That's his his big deciding factor for changing his diet. You it seems more you're on the animal side and the environment side will. We'll get into that as well. But how important war the health benefits to you while you're making all these decisions as well. Well i always felt pretty healthy what. I was surprised by though. I always had a sinus infection every winter. And just figured you know that's normal you get a cold and it turns into a sinus infection but after i gave up dairy i didn't have another one ever so that was pretty surprising. Because that's.

physicians committee Gene myers francis marla gandhi churchill tarian ghandi california ford neil
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:09 min | 1 year ago

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

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

physicians committee Chuck carroll dr neil barr anne marie pedrick
"committee" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

03:52 min | 1 year ago

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

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

dr barnard marie pedrick dr bernard barnard medical center cancer Dr neal barnard lamarche marsh physicians committee Chuck carroll
"committee" Discussed on Economic Explainer with the Joint Economic Committee Democrats

Economic Explainer with the Joint Economic Committee Democrats

15:03 min | 3 years ago

"committee" Discussed on Economic Explainer with the Joint Economic Committee Democrats

"I'm Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Vice Chair of the Joint Economic Committee and you're listening to the economic explainer podcast here we explain legislation legistlation from the Democratic Committee members and talk to experts about how those bills could affect our economy. The United nited states is one of only three countries in the world that doesn't have paid time off renew parents that makes it very difficult for parents of small children. to keep their jobs and to re enter the workplace once their children's start school. Americans should have the right to care for newborn baby or a sick family member for that matter without having to quit their jobs or suffer financial hardship in addition to helping families paid.

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Joint Economic Committee Democratic Committee Vice Chair United nited
"committee" Discussed on Economic Explainer with the Joint Economic Committee Democrats

Economic Explainer with the Joint Economic Committee Democrats

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"committee" Discussed on Economic Explainer with the Joint Economic Committee Democrats

"Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Vice Chair of the Joint Economic Committee and you're listening to the economic explainer podcast here we explain legislation from the J._e._C.'s Democratic Committee members and talk to experts about how those bills could affect our economy the U._S. Government Conducts a census every ten years it's written into our Constitution and is supposed to count every person living living in our country information provided by the census helps policymakers and businesses make critical decisions last year Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced that the trump administration would add the question to the census asking if the person being counted was a citizen experts have warned that would result in a severe undercount and it has since become crystal clear that the administration is trying to politicize is the survey today we're talking to Dr Andrew Brimmer and Mister Howard Feinberg about the implications of a citizenship question and how an inaccurate census would endanger the planning and investments of businesses across the country to prevent this problem from occurring. I've introduced the census idea act it calls for a three year review for each new question proposed to the essential senses now. Let's here with Dr Rimmer and Dr Fienberg have to say about the consequences of adding a citizenship question to next year census hi this is Rachel and this is randy and we're you're the democratic staff of the Joint Economic Committee and today we have a couple of guests in the studio hi <hes> Howard Feinberg <hes> vice president of advocacy with the Insights Association representing the Marketing Research and data analytics industry and also co Director of the Census Project Coalition Alicia Andrew Reamer Research Professor George Washington Institute of Public Policy and at George Washington University great so we've just left a hearing about the economic impact of the census <hes> for the two of you. You were both witnesses. What would you say were your biggest takeaways the extensive impact of the census on the vitality of the U._S. economy and the six million businesses inside of it that very few decisions get made by businesses or by workers or by governments that affect businesses that does not rely that do not rely on the census yeah certainly the extensive use of census data by pretty much every American business for almost every purpose and every decision that they make investment or the planning or even the day to day work as one of when it comes to my members <hes> but I would also point out that even members on the panel discussed a bit about how they've used the data in? In the past or are currently using it of as they lower level legislators and city one of them is <hes> former mayor talk about how we use it for his for his purposes running a city <hes> so it's you run a pretty wide gamut given the importance of survey <hes>. What kind of methodology would you recommend for determining the effects of a new question on the census well it's to do extensive testing the the census questionnaire and its offshoots like the American community survey are very delicate instruments and of questions are not asked correctly or <hes> they can have a negative impact on the quality of the data for the entire the entire survey so part of best practice in the statistical world and it's in the Census Bureau statistical quality guidelines is in the National Academy of Sciences? <hes> best practices actresses for <hes> federal fiscal agencies is to test questions before they are added to the official survey that was not done in this case and one of the things that we do when we're testing about these questions for like in any research organization including the Census Bureau is also using it in testing out in multiple different environments and one of the great things that you know the Census Bureau has is they. They don't just do a descending headcount they do the American community survey as the next most important survey in the country and that is a testbed for questions as well as current population survey and surveys across the federal government. There are various ways in which you can test that out in the real world as well as in controlled environments in for for reasons. I don't understand the the commerce secretary violated these principles purposely. Can you talk a little more about that. Well there there and it's it's in the Census the Census Bureau website it's I actually I left out the the third source which is the <hes> the office of Management and budget reviews under something called the Paperwork Reduction Act every federal survey survey cannot go out without an ownby control number which means only be looks at it and says it's okay to ask these the survey the reason is they don't Congress did not want any federal agencies just to just send out surveys on their own without without supervision so every data collection of the Federal Government gets reviewed by O. N.. B. Including the Sanyal senses even though it's constitutionally mandated Owen be reviewers have a set of guidelines and those guidelines highlights include only asking questions that have been tested so if Cohen be approves to right now where we're all focused on Supreme Court. Actually there's another regulatory <hes> decision to be made which O._e._M.. Be has not yet. Yet given its official. Okay to the twenty two thousand census. The waiting for the Supreme Court decision was <hes> they've been sitting on it for three three or four months but the ownby guidelines for itself about how reviews the stuff it's one hundred page document Um and it goes into extensive detail about the importance of not putting a question on something like that the Samuel Census before it's tested and it's be very interesting to see if oh and be like forgetting about Supreme Court ownby overrides its own principles apples and approves the census and the ship question without testing and in just due to complicate things further <hes> at the hearing another issue is raised the idea of introducing another question into the Census and this one would have to be would be involved asking questions about past felony convictions in criminal status. I mean how would that <hes> how would that impact the responses to the center. The census would that further limit the amount of people that are responding and create undercount and further uncertain. Do you think well it was left a little vague. During the hearing is where they those questions were intended to be added and I think the out to a certain extent the members asking didn't really know necessarily where they wanted it <hes> so yeah I think that having answering those questions with a combination of administrative data and potentially other supplemental surveys make sense Eder can address is that what impact would it have you throw that on the descent he'll census <hes> that's going to be more disruptive than asking about citizenship. Absolutely I agree. It's going to touch a much broader cross section of the population <hes> than I think anyone could imagine and and to the point I don't see any reason why it's necessary tasks that on the essential <hes> and all of this I find rather amusing because I'm a huge advocate of less questions on the American community survey because I already think it's way too long and congress every chance they get when they every ten years they get a crack at approving the questions that the census is going to be asking and they never short didn't the number of questions even though they complain about the respondent burden of anthrax responding to the American community survey they've only ever added questions and when they were taken off they've at least replaced it with a comparable every question on the Census and the American community survey has a federal purpose that it's tied to some federal law regulation so for instance the citizenship questions on the American community survey and it has been in it was on long form before the A._C._S. so the Justice Department can every every so often produce was called citizen voting age population data sets which is paid for by the Department of Justice because just department of Justice Needs Citizenship Update by community in order to appropriately <hes> ineffectively <hes> enforce the Voting Rights Act so citizenships on A._C._S. because census is paid by Justice to produce the C._V.. And it's not great data but it it it's okay. It's good enough for justice is so quick aside that that is another thing that perplexed that's why Ross had trouble finding someone to propose the citizenship question because he took them a long time to get somewhat of justice to say oh the C._v._a.. Data aren't good enough. We need the question on this on the essential but back to this felon question what would be the federal purpose on what federal the law requires the use of those data to for implementation like like the voting rights and citizenship. I can't think of one might be useful information to know and as Howard said and also ever stat the witness said today witnessed it was interesting. The witnesses preferred option was administrative data not adding question to to the census at didn't come out in written testimony but that's that's what he said there are ways. There's a lot of work now going going on around record matching and so for instance <hes> it would be feasible. There are lots and lots of state consortium that are taking data from the Department of motor vehicles and from the school system and it and it could be brought in from the justice system so it's possible to get a picture of the of the of the jailhouse experience of of the population at large and model it on the basis this of records which would produce something more and I could see useful purposes to those data in other words how well are these people participating in the labor force and if they're not why and what what kinds of programs could they be <hes> and made available to them to get them in the labor force so I'm kind of with the broader goal of understanding this population better. I'm certainly expert on the subject but in terms of the means it is counterproductive it would it would destroy royal lot of other things to add the question so the center Obese Ios so that actually brings up another question. There's a lot of talk that we're having now about administrative data and other sources for information <hes> I mean is there a way we use that to replace the information. We're getting from the census so actually this has come up. Frequently in congressional hearings and discussions about the census members have referenced facebook and said well we can just why do we need to worry about audio census. Why do we need to worry about the American community survey? We get such great data from crowdsourcing. We get great data from social media. Why do we need this? <hes> the answer is that all the data that they are talking about into any extent that it is ever going to be considered statistically representative. You have to have a benchmark to work from to start with and that is what the census is so my members in marketing research and data analytics field they can do all sorts of combinations like what Andrew was talking..

Census Bureau Mister Howard Feinberg Supreme Court Federal Government Government Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Joint Economic Committee Congress official Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Dr Andrew Brimmer Justice Needs Citizenship Upda Democratic Committee Alicia Andrew Reamer Vice Chair Dr Rimmer vice president J._e._C.