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Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature
"Highly one. Welcome to crisper cuts. I'm super excited about today's episode because today via celebrities on our show yesterday said I goodwin Elliott Kirschner their producers of the human nature. Movie for those of you. Who Don't know what this movie is about. It basically covers jody of crispell onto joining us today on. This show is given Holden head of science at San Diego. So this is GonNa be a great episode all adjoining Menu Today on the Chris Cast so as me as well food we get started. Can you just introduce yourself and give your background before you became producers of this movie? My name is Sara Goodwin producer at Pfizer. My background action is in Science. I teach the UCS and the I turned into a science communicator. Joining and leading an organization about project called I biology which has an initiative area cocoa butter collaborates at produced. This felt and so that's how I got. Involved Elliott leaks elected project to it which is great blog. Si- thank you. I'm Elliot Kirschner. So I came to this project after many years working in news and documentary film back shake round side poverty the scientists but I really sort of more general reporting but it was always interested in telling the stories of science while find ways those little bobble and interesting ways that could challenge conventional wisdom's sites. Could be and so. We were looking for a topic to really make a big film to just tell an important story in ways that we would be different end. Hopefully engage audiences in new ways. And so I've secret spurs such huge story touches almost every aspect of the biomedical sciences but also exchanging meaning Dmitri society all that so when we decided on this topic we really washed and built a team of filmmakers and scientists together to make a documentary. That sounds great. So basically you kind of briefly mentioned how the idea of doing a film on crisper about but still there seems to be a lot that needs to be figured out. Even you know what basic topic you're going far. So can you tell us a little bit about behind the scenes of how you decided you know right right makes off researchers and patients and how the story would flow and not just make it like a scientific presentation but more like a movie by itself that we knew going in we want it to be so and we know it to be a story that would appeal to a general audience so that was the directive from the very beginning. We didn't WANNA make quote unquote educational video. We also wanted to make something that felt cinematic. I mean there's a wonderful rich history. A science explainer television that kind of stuff that people any think tank stock entries the short length of one hour television affair with a heavy raider voice. That kind of thing as well. That wanted to do something that would play on a big screen. That would make the decision. We didn't want it narrator. We wanted to let the scientists speak for themselves. Who wanted to film this with a cinematic spoke? Mind musical score all that we WANNA make a film so that was sort of the original directive that we give to ourselves once we got there. The question was okay. What is a science film there if you go to sundance or we premiered at South by southwest or the major some festivals. It's not like there's a lot of science programming a lot of science documentary and so we sort of had a lot of leeway. What is modern science stone-built look like but that's when the decision making came in about what the style would be. But as for the substance we also knew we wanted to work with the very beginning to sort of develop a story line or story lines that were true to the Science. Not only the facts of the science but the ethos of science idea. What is scientific discovery? How how did serendipity and the search for knowledge or basic research play into the story and then what are. These are more broader societal issues so those are all pieces together but I think one of the key things early on we had a meeting at woods hole. Report the film team. And we brought in George Church George Staley Jennifer Dowd Or All your own rights leaders in this field and we just had the two days of brainstorming about what they thought the story was and where they thought the scientists building and that really sort of helped direct the editorial in obviously Sarah being trained scientists being on this very beginning really helped shape bet as iterative throughout the process and this this film many many different forms over the course of its production as we try to tease out what science metric would be. And I'd say one thing that was really. It's worked to us from the beginning to make sure we told the story of the discovery of crisper and turning crisper to technology which is a story. That's off the told when crisper is talked about because it's actually a fascinating basic science research story of we really wanted to show. Elliot said you know how the process of sites works. How knowledge is created. And so as a scientist you know is able to really go back to the literature. I read you know as much primary literature as I could around the crisper discovery. And he's together as best they could also used reviews that were out there. This summit really helped a lot but it really helped us kind of have a deep understanding of the steps that it took to really understand what crisper was and decide who we wanted to interview might actually ended up interviewing or people than even made it into the cell because they were hardest story. But you know at the end of the day we wanted to have a film that was around ninety minutes of you. Just can't include everything that you want to. And so that was interesting viewpoint. Make us a kind of behind the scenes. Look when we were editing as to what should be in on should be out especially for me coming more from the science side of things which dirt's look really vital to have Sarah's voice project I think that was one of the real unique elements that we we built into the production framework in that throughout the discussion of who'd interview with talk about what's the balanced bill. There was constant discussion between still making team and science group that were just challenging our own assumptions pushing in different ways and I think that dynamic process really led to its own that is it relates that scientists in a way that it's not just about what we say on exerts absolutely right. We tried to all the Discovery Story. But just the way the scientists are allowed to speak the decisions made about what to include what not to include. I mean this was really dictated throughout by I think very nuanced understanding of how science works and I think that that hopefully shines through that when scientists watch at the dotted understand world and. I think that that is is really important to try to convey in film the impression of Palestine Science work as well as the actual facts over trying to convey right. Yeah absolutely does shine through. I love the myself so they can thank you. I just wanted to ask you guys. So I'm sorry. You mentioned some of the people that you interviewed for the film curious. Do you have any particular anecdotes funny or like most surprising moments came out through so making process in the interviews. People talk about a great question. I mean I'd say the first thing that comes to mind is actually what a treat it was to be Cisco he goes. Who's early crisper researcher at the University Valid? Kante got to go to Spain and meet him and be in his lab and he showed us a lot of Israeli shells. Found THE REPEATS. A very special time to be serving. Someone who usually isn't spoken about when Christopher is talked about but in general like say what was a real treat for me as a scientist is a lot of the people he's interviewed. I L about their science at baby. Give a research talk. But I've never really got to hear them talk about kind of the more ethical. Societal implications of the crisper work and Atta did most interviewing I think did a wonderful job really probing people trying to get you know. They're on his thoughts on something as science discovery. That is really going to have an impact in so many different ways throughout the world to end the scientists were really wonderful in be sharing their thoughts with us. I think you know included a lot of that on. I think makes a lot richer because it shows how scientists are people to beat other families. They have a lot of thoughts about how science works and technology is used and it was really nice to be able to hear a lot of that and then of course you know getting these really wonderful. I mean so make it of course offered was a key researcher for comment DNA. Which is the topic we cut off. But you were going to go much forgotten. Just cut it Due to time and really trying to make the story as clear as possible but he's just just a wonderful person and getting to meet him was just a really special
"crispell" Discussed on 710 WOR
"My co host my very special guest today Melissa Crispell for those of you who don't know Melissa she is a certified nutrition specialist she's a certified natural health provider she is a friend of the Jew he asked center she is an acupuncture detox Betul lest certified wellness coach certified lifestyle educator she has spoken all over the country and functional medicine she's just so well educated in the Paris central's brand she's an educator and that as well Melissa thank you so much for being on today's show welcome back we always love having you here thanks for having me I missed you guys I know I know we love when you come up to New York to we can actually get some face time but Melissa it was always so wonderful having you on it you are a wealth of information you're so well versed and diet and nutrition and proper supplementation and today we really want to talk about the immune system and the food and supplements and diet and things to help us boost our immune systems right now in New York I think we had about ten patients you know the past couple days alone at the Jew he asked center that came in with some type of immune issue whether it be cold flu there's this stuff going around we want to tell people what they can do to protect themselves through inotes diet through supplementation through Paris central's line you know where to somebody start you know what everybody around them is getting sick we don't want to get sick we want to protect ourselves and our families you know where some of the first places to look yeah you know the first thing that I would do is remind people to wash their hands do you know when we're walking around or opening doors here and there we're in our offices because they're older on the bus they're on the train yeah we're being exposed to all kinds of things out there in the world these days and for the very first reminder is just washed hand you know get rid of you know whatever you've been exposed to on your hands before you pick up your fork and start eating over for you pick up the glasses start drinking south seems to pursue for elementary and it really really is but it really really helped and I want to ask you a question too because a lot of people use the hand sanitizers what are you what's your take on that it it makes you feel good feel like you're washing your hands but it really doesn't have as many benefits as it's marketed tale and you know it's kind of like you know a lot of the other things that we talk about that you know the old classic way really really work so you know if if the wheels not broken white effect that you know wash your hands with soap and water I agree and also we don't like some of the chemicals that are there in those sanitizers so yeah regular soap and water does does wonders so besides you know washing hands what what else increasing water making sure that folks are drinking water you know we're getting right here we're on the cusp of heading into different holiday season so there's going to be different types of foods that are served and lots of times those who are really high in sugar you know maybe there wine and other alcoholic beverages that are available that increase sugar level and decrease pain duration that your system up could be susceptible to you know some of the the crazy things that are out there are germs and viruses and bacteria isn't that style increasing your hydration and reducing the alcohol intake is is probably my number Q. recommendation yeah and it's interesting to in New York I think we had last week in New York we said we had all four seasons with one week you know just from at that temperature differentiation but you know that too I think it's super conscious to always be hydrated and you know drinking clean water we like glass bottles and me to avoiding plastic where we can but yeah just keep being keeping well hydrated and being really conscious of you know what you're eating well using a I thought I like the Emma mentioned glass bottles I used glass bottles as well in Pellegrino it's kind of my go to jail for a few different reasons number one because of the middle of mineral content your body needs mineral in order to apply for the the acid from the toxins and such so if if I'm short on my magnesium Michael infiltrate you know I'm at least drinking my Pellegrino's that I'm getting those buffering minerals in there which is going to help keep my system alkaline because you know that when our body is P. H. balanced the environment isn't right for everything to come in and and and you know kind of go under attack so it's just another way for us to monitor that PH balance in our system absolutely and and I love that you say that because the analogy that we like to use that the Jews are center is that we like to you know compare your body your body's in an environment and we like to compare it to the basement if there's mold in the basement you can spray chemicals and things in the mold will dissipate but if you don't change the temperature and humidity and all the things that create the virus environment in the first place the mold will come back to bite keeping your body in a more alkaline state by changing your body's environment to something healthy if it becomes harder for disease to excess so I love that you brought that up and Pellegrino is the one thing that I take my pure essentials buffered vitamin C. with Pellegrino every morning and evening so I love that you brought that up that's my Pellegrino's my go to as well yeah and I bet with you know the effervescence with the receipt and and the Pellegrino it kind of makes you feel like you're drinking you know something a little more fun than just water you know it has that effervescent than that to treat the kind of taste even though it's not added interest so if that's a nice combination of the drink yeah yeah it's my go to itself they might do so in terms of you know the alkalinity we'll explain what that is to our listeners yeah so alkalinity is in a balancing your body's PH of balancing the alkaline and acid that not only are coming into your system but are forming in your system because of the food that you eat think about like this I think we probably talked about it before but it's really great visual for folks you know our food can be acid forming and they can be alkaline forming and what they taste like on the outside doesn't necessarily dictate what they're going to do on the inside so if you were to you know bite into a lemon wedge you know that that's gonna be sour it's going to be aesthetic crazy enough it has such an open I think a fact wanted in the body if you have the opportunity to travel lemon wedge and here hot tea or into your water or to your Pellegrino or something like that your healthy body to reach a better PH level higher than six point five is better higher than seven point five doesn't get you better that the opposite problem that being to alkaline and and that's not always the best scenario we kind of want to look for that Goldilocks scenario and get in the middle of a six and a half to a seven and a half on a P. H. scale looking at your first morning urine though monitoring that on a regular basis doesn't have to be every single day but a couple of times a week just take a peek at it and see where you are that way you can use that you know someone can use at home to say I need to maybe I need to choose more of these alkaline forming food I'm going to go with more fruit and vegetables and such then the animal proteins and cheeses and those kind of things that are more than a fine inside my body now you can use it for that but you can also use it to kind of remind yourself Hey my hydrating properly maybe I'm not getting half my body weight in ounces and it's showing me in my P. H. that plan I'm more thick though let me look at that and and adjust my hydration it also helps you to adjust the fermentation ninety three Michael infiltrate or both often I think they're going to trade winds the magnesium drive it straight into the south the were able to you know the magnesium able to get to work faster without risking any kind of bowel tolerance issues the other people might have third if they've been taking different forms of magnesium the P. H. testing every morning or you know every couple morning is just a great way for you to kind of self reflect on what you're eating drinking and drinking habits are and you can make those adjustments that you can get into the proper range absolutely and the magnesium we have at the Paris central sign to the cooling citrate as a product that we called ultra absorb and those two taken together as you said you really have that absorption and that affects so that's that the ultra absorb product by pure essentials and we highly recommend it and then as you said before most to having a normal you know I have a healthy range would be it six point five between seven to seven point five and your morning at your end we accept a cutter first commercial break we are with Melissa Crispell today and we'll be right back right after this this is Rachel asked.
"crispell" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Being sick and tired I'm Rachel ash and I'm here with my special co host guest for today Melissa Crispell out we have been talking about the immune system we have been talking about foods to eat that are alkaline forming in your body the LRA by allies it act test which is an incredible test to look in at your immune system it's like a window interviewed system what foods what chemicals what things in your environment could be causing inflammation in your body this is an incredible test in the Jew he asked center is the exclusive center in New York to the only center in New York that has the ability to run this test so really we've we've got such incredible information for our patients for our clients they can really empower them and help them take their life back so we're into our last segment and Melissa one of the things I wanted to go over a note this show we keep mentioning essentials the buffered vitamin C. the course today and we also talked about the pure essentials alter absorber just calling to trade and that the pair central's magnesium and we talked about central's threat relief is there anything else on board that you can think of would be a necessity and terms I have you know helping a person through that yeah the cold and flu season going into winter with the change of seasons you know just in terms of you know cold allergies all the things that happened yeah definitely you know without actually having someone history in front of me without having the LRA fast though you know we're gonna put that aside those are definitely tools that you know should be served in a before recommending supplements but just as someone can get to know the the period until client you know you have the older coenzyme Q. ten that is beer co Q. ten mixed vitamin D. Thatcher took Ferrell's your took a try and all that and find fun Natori that's all so energy within the style it's also my slide in write brand oil which is helping with the UPS store that delivery and choose a style said that that they go to and the awesome thing is you have that in a hundred milligram capsule and the American heart association recommends anywhere from a hundred to three hundred for each individual person of course they're going to go through some testing to decide you know what they're serving sizes but I like that you have in the hundred milligrams so I wouldn't have to take to you know for some other folks that in only carrying a fifty or sixty milligrams that's kind of a cool feature to another anti oxidants is your older anti oxidants it is dumb you know the liver protect though our protection so it looks as though the one Merrin and vitamin E. again vitamin D. and have a little bit of the coke you ten it's going to help you know to clean out the liver liver it kind of our FIV and you know it the liver is kind of a a master organ there everything that we eat and drink is being you know by friends through if you will filtered through the liver do we want to give you know our our liver buddies can help there and make sure that we're giving the portent them from student herb as well as anti oxidants there a lot of people going through the holiday season especially if you're not feeling well you can use the ultra sleep in hand that L. tryptophan the precursor to melatonin and serotonin so you know it's recommended that we go with the tryptophan because start the cycle of conversion the body can do what it needs to do naturally versus putting melatonin in when your body might not actually need melatonin Phil you know why I put something in your body doesn't need and and the central model and and kind of line of thinking is to let's look at nature nurture and wholeness and and what does the body actually need and not just put the filament and for the sake of putting them in I am an adulteress the finances well unit you get are you M. C. if you get the restorative sleep and you know we have people who are you know come to especially in New York and you know all different drugs to sleep this and that but they're not putting their bodies in a restart of state by being on a lot of those drugs so you know the something to that but you know to for people to try you get all the benefits and and none of the downside yeah exactly you know another thing if we're talking about leave another item in the central find is the altar adrenal support that the doctor Janik herb folks that help rebalance the H. P. A. axis though that with rebalancing part of of the brain and emotional section but those adaptogenic herbs are going to go to and convert to what they need to be so you know if if you know someone kind of having cortisol issues you know how do we have belly fat you know it if you're gaining weight is it just like primarily in the belly area chances are that the cortical issue which that means we probably have a sleep issue which means we have a stress issue and the adrenal support is something that can help you know with that whole line of symptoms in situations there yeah the altered internal support it's something I I always like to make sure I have it in my in my a supplement cabinet but it's one of my go to's also especially if I feel like I'm you know have a stressful week ahead of me there's whatever's going on it is stressful it's something that I make sure that I take all the time just to sort of keep up my reserves as well but that's an incredible product I love that you mention it was it and you know if the doctor Jack or upset it's it's really it's an outstanding product yeah yeah and for ladies that are going through the change of your over there in in my club the at the altar adrenal support is super super helpful when you have your own personal summer and feel like you want to peel out of your skin at the five hundred degrees okay a hot flashes the altar adrenal support can be super board that along with be buffered feet the Baffert see just by nature that ascorbate helped the balance some of those hormones for you know is that the be all and end all of the old mint pollution no it's not but it's part of the team that our bodies need and the best way to find out what your body needs is to do what we call if he calibration you're gonna take a certain amount of the fee powder you know in in water you're going to stir that up let it settle down it's going to go back to clear the effervescent that find a stumbling you're going to drink that in you're going to repeat that process every fifteen to twenty minutes until your body does what we call which is not perfect the it's called a flash and then you're going to calculate how much vitamin C. powder you need based on how many people that took you to get to the finish line they're still not the most glamorous of processes and and your practitioner that the Jew he asked center will go over that in more detail I think they caught the vitamin C. flash if you were a calibration it's a lot yeah it's a little waste Hey yeah but yeah that that's a really great way to test to see your your C. saturation and also the the buffered vitamin C. it's that comes in a white powder form in the keep in the refrigerator and you take it you mix it with water and you know that's that that the purest form that comes in as you mention for women in menopause are going into that the buffered vitamin C. and E. altre journal supporter a wonderful supplement for that and if you were to decide to tell the search if you were to see Melissa and your to see her with her grandchildren you would think that they were her children tell them you know Melissa whatever whatever you're taking I wanted I want to be taking it and just to know that you are you know that you do take the first Henschel slide it's amazing yeah yeah you know another one and I mean I could talk about the all day long I am so passionate about this one because it's so clean I can't even tell you how clean it is I mean it's it's gluten free as dairy free sugar free soy free at chemical free it's it's produced under under kosher standard and kosher condition it this line is the line that nature intended so you know look at the look at the line come in and talk to the practitioners over there at the Jew he asked center I want to tell you these are functional medicine doc these stocks looking at all of the biomarkers predictive biomarkers are blood tests that we can run to do exactly that predict what the next ten years of life are going to look like if you continue on the path that you are currently on but looking at that and making decision to jump onto a different path with those practitioners that if they can help guide you through you know the I'm a motional changes if you're you know in the same camp that I was in and learning to deal with the broken heart and how that physically can affect you learning to deal with the toxic environment for a toxic relationship learning to eat better and choose foods differently you know getting educated on which foods to choose for your body he you know what's working best for your body I know that you hate practices are your medic medicine and she's looking at your Tosha what foods are going to work at and then look to the Ellery test as well to make sure that those are going to offend immune system so it is really the one two punch between the the lab testing and stuff limitation figure getting that comprehensive care from beginning to end and there's no guessing we're you know we're taking the test directly from you know your blood work your system and you know creating a real program a real prescription it's just a it's specific for you and also with that the Ellery by Alisa ACT test which is an incredible incredible test it also gives us a a readout of what supplements that you do need to be on I'm which is interesting because supplements are such a guessing game unity yeah yes share things and on your read things that you know what's what vitamin or supplement is trending now is a vitamin D. is a vitamin C. is it B. twelve and people don't know what they need they know what they hear but now we're actually able to get really specific with Hey here's what you're doing and here's what you need it's not you know what you need because of a commercial it's what you need because here is your is your bio chemistry and here's what's going on with you and any of the same thing for food and nutrition how we started off the show today talking about alkalinity I hear you could be eating something that you think is healthy that could be causing inflammation in your body so you should know what is healthy for you you know what.
"crispell" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To the all new it is sick and tired of being sick and tired I'm your host Rachel asked and I'm here with my co host my very special guest today Melissa Crispell for those of you who don't know Melissa she is a certified nutrition specialist she's a certified natural health provider she is a friend of the Jew he ash center she is an acupuncture detox pressure lest certified wellness coach certified lifestyle educator she has spoken all over the country and functional medicine she's just so well educated in the pure essentials brand she is an educator and that as well Melissa thank you so much for being on today's show welcome back we always love having you here thanks for having me I missed you guys I know I know we love when you come up to New York to a we can actually get some face time but Melissa it was always so wonderful having you on it you are a wealth of information you're so well versed and diet and nutrition and proper supplementation and today we really want to talk about the immune system and the food and supplements and diet and things to help us booster immune systems right now in New York I think we had about ten patients you know the past couple days alone at the Jew he asked center that came in with some type of immune issue whether it be cold flu there's this stuff going around we want to tell people what they can do to protect themselves through inotes diet through supplementation through Paris central's line you know where to somebody start you know when everybody around them is getting sick we don't want to get sick we want to protect ourselves and our families you know where some of the first places to look. yeah you know the first thing that I would do is remind people to wash their hands. do you know when we're walking around or opening doors here and there we're in our offices because they're older on the bus they're on the train yeah we're being exposed to all kinds of things out there in the world these days and for the very first reminder is just washed hand you know get rid of you know whatever you've been exposed to on your hands before you pick up your fork and start eating over for you pick up their glasses start drinking fell seems to pursue for elementary and it really really is but it really really helped and I want to ask you a question too because a lot of people use the hand sanitizers water what's your take on that. it it makes you feel good. feel like you're washing your hands but it really doesn't have as many benefits as it's marketed tale and you know it's kind of like you know a lot of the other things that we talk about that you know the old crap the quake really really works so you know if if the wheels not broken white effect that you know wash your hands with soap and water I agree and also we don't like some of the chemicals that are there in those sanitizers so yeah. regular soap and water does does wonders so besides you know washing hands what what else. increasing water making sure that folks are drinking water you know we're getting right here we're on the cusp of heading into different holiday season October has a lot of holidays in it as due November and December for different religious organizations October is a really really big so there's going to be different types of foods that are served and lots of times those who are really high in sugar you know maybe there wine and other you know alcoholic beverages that are available at these different gathering as we go into the you know the end of the year with all the holiday parties that increased sugar level and decrease pain duration that your system up could be susceptible to you know some of the the crazy things that are out there as far as germs and viruses and bacteria in touch though increasing your hydration and reducing the alcohol intake is is probably my number two recommendation yeah and it's interesting to in New York we had an eighty degree day and then it goes you know drops to something cold and and it's going back and forth so I think we had last week in New York we said we had all four seasons with one week you know just from at that temperature differentiation but you know that too I think it's super conscious to always be hydrated and you know drinking clean water we like glass bottles and middle of waiting plastic where we can but yeah just keep being keeping well hydrated and being really conscious of you know what you're eating. well using I thought I like the Emma mention glass bottles I used glass bottles of fallen Pellegrino it's kind of my go to jail for a few different reasons number one because of the Miller mineral content your body needs mineral in order to apply for the the acid from the toxins and such so if if I'm short on my magnesium Michael infiltrate you know I'm at least drinking my Pellegrino's that I'm getting those buffering mineral in there which is going to help keep my system alkaline because you know that when our body is P. H. balanced the environment isn't right for everything to come in and and and you know kind of go under attack so it's just another way for us to monitor that PH balance in our system absolutely and and I love that you say that because the analogy that we like to use that the Jews ash center is that we like to you know compare your body your body's in an environment and we like to compare it to a basement if there's mold in the basement you can spray chemicals and things in the mold will dissipate but if you don't change the temperature and humidity and all the things that create the virus environment in the first place the mold will come back to bite keeping your body in a more alkaline state by changing your body's environment to something healthy if it becomes harder for disease to excess so I love that you brought that up and Pellegrino is the one thing that I take my pure essentials buffered vitamin C. with Pellegrino every morning and evening so I love that you brought that up that's my green is my go to as well yeah and I bet with you know the effervescence with the the and and the Pellegrino it kind of makes you feel like you're drinking you know something a little more fun than just water you know it has that effervescent than that to treat the kind of teeth even though it's not added the trip that that's a nice combination a good drink yeah yeah. it's my go to itself they might do so in terms of you know the alkalinity we'll explain what that is to our listeners yeah so alkalinity is in a balancing your body's PH of balancing the alkaline and after that not only are coming into your system but are forming in your system because of the food that you eat. about like that I think we probably talked about it before but it's really great visual for folks you know our food can be acid forming. and they can be alkaline forming and what they taste like on the outside doesn't necessarily dictate what they're going to do on the inside so if you were to you know bite into a lemon wedge you know that that's gonna be sour it's going to be aesthetic crazy enough it has such an open I think a fact wanted in the body if you have the opportunity to travel lemon wedge and here hot tea or into your water or to your Pellegrino or something like that your helping body to reach a better PH level higher than six point five is better higher than seven point five doesn't get you better that the office that problems that thing to alkaline and and that's not always the best scenario we kind of want to look for that Goldilocks scenario and get in the middle of a six and a half to a seven and a half on a P. H. scale looking at your first morning urine though monitoring that on a regular basis doesn't have to be every single day but a couple of times a week to take a peek at it and see where you are that way you can use that you know someone can use at home to say I need to maybe I need to choose more of these alkaline forming food I'm going to go with more fruit and vegetables and such then the animal proteins and cheeses and those kinds of things that are more satisfying inside my body now you can use it for that but you can also use it to kind of remind yourself Hey my hydrating properly maybe I'm not getting half my body weight in ounces and it's showing me in my P. H. that my and I'm more thick though let me look at that and and adjust my hydration it also helps you to adjust the fermentation ninety three Michael infiltrate or both often I think they're going to trade winds the magnesium drive it straight into the south the were able to you know the magnesium able to get to work faster without risking any kind of bowel tolerance issue the other people might have observed if they've been taking different forms of magnesium. and that affects so that's that the ultra absorb product by pure essentials and we highly recommend it and then as you said before must a having a normal you know have a healthy range would be it six point five between seven to seven point five and your morning at your end we accept a cutter first commercial break we are with Melissa Crispell today and we will be right back right after this this is Rachel asked from the asked center for comprehensive medicine for a lot of people allergies and asthma can be debilitating affecting day to day life drastically and those over the.
"crispell" Discussed on First Things First
"Best player Siaka young player was really thrive in round one round two has been slow to little bit with Jaanus and the competition that they present at the four position for him. And then there's it set the stage because the way Milwaukee's defense is set up no one gave up more open looks from three point land than them. So now if they start hitting these such, you can't be surprised that Toronto had open shots now. You might say based on the playoffs surprise those others made them. I believe getting quite back to being healthy because I believe one of those games in Milwaukee collide needs to be able to win that game by himself. So I look forward to seeing this series play out. Like I thought it was going to be a long series, Nick. Mic make solicit. Okay. Steph curry had one of the best four-game stretches of his career averaging over thirty seven points per game while sweeping the blazers in the Western Conference finals, Iggy called curry, the second greatest point guard ever. So today, Nick, you ranking the best point guards in NBA history. And I'm gonna keep it to a top five because after the top five he gets there's a lot of lean for argumentation kid Bob Cousy, Gary Payton Crispell. So let's go top five. Number five. How about a guy who while he never wanna league MVP never wanna championship. No one in NBA history has more. Cysts no-one in NBA history has more steals that guy's name is John Stockton. If you didn't have to run into Michael Jordan, and those dynastic bowls teams, he would have at least one championship see he had a ten year stretch ten years, where he averaged sixteen and thirteen that one Steve Nash and MVP he averaged that for ten years, and he might be the toughest guy on the list. I got a pretty filling. Those other names on it, tough pound for pound one tough. Guys, it's ever played in the NBA speak in a tough guys pound for pound number four Zeke fern of the show is Ahah Thomas. I believe one of the most underrated guards in NBA history. Because he didn't win a league MVP. He did wanna finals MVP..
"crispell" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"I mean, I think using Golden State there's been some into spacious for that. But what haven't you liked beyond the actual games? I mean, the game the game is the main pry, you you didn't know where I was trying to lead you into conversation. We've already had I thought and that is all of the whining and complaining about the officiating. Right that that's what I was going to go. The topic of officiating and the descents of outraged. These players have when they don't get calls. I it's just exhausting, and it's really interesting. I have I'm not gonna pretend like I know Crispell, I do not I have spent time on a couple of Cajun's at events away from sports with him. And he couldn't be more chiming. But more charming and bright in interesting interested and a guy that you enjoy talking to and then he gets them a court, and he turns into an absolute monster. He's just insufferable the court it away that I think hurts them. And I did a thing on sportscenter about Hardiman about the drawing fouls on threes. And I mean, I think he's the most difficult person in the sport to defend and to officiate because he's so clever at creating the contact, and I just. I don't know that that. That's if that's your sort of your stated goal is to kinda trick people into getting three point getting three free throws because you're such good free throw shooter. I don't know that just feels like not not the goal that you'd want..
"crispell" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"It is is listening. I ain't never seen a grown man cry that much like me. Nude episode two hundred and he couldn't be it was on it. He's there. That's all counts. He really has had all taken worse was wiping his eyes with the frigging shake anchor. Ted. I mean, I felt for almost wanted to cry little bit for him. He was crime. He wasn't crying. But I could see the frustration. I don't blame that sucks. He's been here for the whole thing. There's no reason we can't have actually technically episode for her. No, man. Right now. It's back when you really look we'll have two hundred two hundred point one we'll technical technically for Leland. This would be his episode two hundred. To because he was a part of it's gonna be a while before I had my upset two hundred. So I've missed started with episode one. I missed a lot of between didn't come into episode two. So this is his two hundred whether he missed him or not. So now, he's he's on it waited failures worse than Chris. Well, don't don't worry. What he said that he goes. Hey, I'm not gonna make it. So don't worry Crispell your slack. He's going to be here. I don't get to say that one too much. They'll every once in a while. I'm sure it feels good to you there. There's no show if you're not here, so he bragging or you want. But everybody knows that there's there's so many articles out that I feel good about my one man the week that you guys call. It was stupid. And I knew it was stupid..
"crispell" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"But you just went to well, how many finals the car we go to a neuro three while he was hurt the first year, then they shocked the seventy three win warriors. Then. And then LeBron said he wanted to trade Cari to bring in Crispell. Right. But that is I I don't that's what that's initially. Why kyri? Wanted out is because he found out that LeBron want to the front office and said I want Chris Paul to be the point is this after Kyrie hit the club shot and game seven. Yes. Yeah. I need to look that up. I'm telling you. I'm not saying, you're liar. I just don't I don't remember that. But this idea that Kyrie irvings going to automatically stay in Boston. And they're gonna make a play for anything Davis. No way. This is why Doug I think the Lakers will not offer. And I know we disagreed earlier on what they offered initially. I don't think that the pelicans are going to get as good of an offer as they just got from the Lakers this summer. I I agree. One one. I don't think they actually got as good an offer. Are you dying? I'm close what is going on? What is going on? I'm close to death. I don't know. Like, you're a fitness guy. You're an I g model Stein. Year-over-year coughing do smoke six packs of cigarettes. I've won. One on we'd last year. Maybe but I haven't smoked tainting the idea. Jason a full disclosure is not really accurate when you don't. I honestly do I understand is legal. Lots of joint right now, there's lots of I would probably say that'd be a bad idea medicinal like what do you? What am? I Joe Rogan. Are you you must are you going to somehow build a trench across Los Angeles in and find a way to go underneath the traffic. Look, okay. There's two parts to it. The first part is I don't I I believe I have been led to believe that the Lakers offer wasn't close to what is being portrayed as the Lakers split be a little more specific. What did you hear the offer allegedly was I've just been told we're not offering up all of our good young players. Well, we offer up one or two of the good young players. Sure. But Lonzo ball is a starting point guard in the NBA. Brandon Ingram might not be as good as people would like him to be. He's not a three point shooter is more of a mid range shooter. He can be frustrating to watch. But he's a starting caliber fifteen to seventeen a game guy in the NBA on a good team. And they believe how Kouzmin has all-star capabilities. They believe that. So with that in mind, you're not offering up all three of them. Let alone likelihood of two of the three of them you if you're going to it's it's all about the package would they offer some capital leaf. Yes. Would they offer a trade a trade?.
"crispell" Discussed on TechStuff
"Welcome to tech stuff. I'm your host Jonathan Strickland. I'm an executive producer and love all things tack and today, it's time for another classic episode of tech stuff. We are going all the way back to January second two thousand twelve and we're going to learn about random access memory in an episode. We called tech stuff goes to ram ING speed Crispell Etkni decided to demystify the concept. How did we do? Well, let's find out today. We're going to be talking about memory computer memory specifically. Yeah. And we had a lot of people requests over over the the length of tech stuff really the entire time. We've been doing this a lot of people ask us to do a podcast about ram and to kind of talk about what ram is why you need it. And what does it do in? How's it work, which is funny because we kept not doing it? Because we thought we already had. Not so much the search for the word ram in our archives and solid of programs, but not ram, and I even search for memory, and the only memory thing we've done is. We talked about hard drives, which are heart. The the relationship between hard drives and memory is a close one is an important one. And in fact, if we did not have ram if we if we had not developed that and we were relying solely upon the kind of memory that you would find in a typical hard-drive, you know, the traditional hard-drive. Computer operations would take much longer than what we're accustomed to. Yeah. As a matter of fact, I can I can actually deliver a personal commentary on that. Because by very first machine was an Amiga one thousand many people have known because I mentioned it several times in the podcast and that first machine that I had didn't have a hard drive on it. So Commodores instructions when he first turn the machine on you would once it it got into Buddha mode. You would see a copy of kickstart disk kickstart, basically loaded the operating system into ram into random access memory. And then once that happened you could launch your workbench, which is the equivalent of the desktop in what you would see windows Lennox or the MAC OS today. So without that when I got my first hard-drive computer, which was an Amiga three thousand it had a forty megabyte. Yeah. You can laugh at that hard drive, which would automatically load. Kickstart and get everything started up for you..
"crispell" Discussed on Inside the Cave
"Somewhere. All right. Rondo spit on Crispell. Oh, he definitely spent on Chris Ball. He should've got twenty games 'cause outta still been beating breaks up. Rhonda. My whole thing is why was the Brian walking off, Chris, right? That's relative. Banana boat thing. Heels man to them, right? Here we go. We gotta go through this every season. Exactly. Go ahead. Rondo they hit them? They hit them. It was different Laurent. And Chris Paul was hugging. But. But it's supposed to be Dixon playboy. Now, you're talking about the grand Rondo, hey, y'all some right now out in just because you if I get into when your co workers. You mean the team you're going with your co worker? Let me ask you this big. I tell you what you told me. Quest. This is what he told. This is what big dog told me he told me he said if you ever come to my home hometown with me and son end up happening. He say you straight because you might you might guess you would meet. So that's the way LeBron is a Laker foot. Chris Paul Holly him after game. You'll be hugging on him. Chris just you told me you told me if I come down to your hometown. What you go you go to my hometown. With me ain't nobody going. Fuck. What you first of all you got right? Rondo is this guy. This totally different out say you wish he has somebody to hold you. The bra probably got home barbecue, the Braga home and his kids. Why you think oh my God? Daddy like that..
"crispell" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"So shut out. Crispell reshi eight. You sponsor on the show. Buddy also want to thank whistle GPS collars which is absolutely amazing, Nick, you wanna talk about what whistle does very briefly, yes or the whistle GPS collars all of our trainers in awfully canine training. Countrywide use them. They're about the. Size of a little bit bigger than a quarter I would say, and they worked through your cellphone. They're actually really cool. So you download an app on your cell phone and it pretty much shows you pretty precisely where your dog. It's pretty close Mun pretty accurate. Like it'll say, like your dog is in front of seven one. Two, five Greenwhich Rhode? Yeah. Did you just give me your address? No, I gave one close to my address, but it's on that road or give you that. But so yeah, they're, they're really cool. And and how it set up is as long as the whistle was within wifi range of your house, it does not send you an alert. So it only sends an alert wants the dog leaves that y five rain show sensually if the dog escaped ran away, something like that, then it'll start sending you real time in the moment. Alerts of where your dogs at and the battery. Life's pretty good. It's about a week if you're staying within that wifi range. So we, we love him and it uses self cell towers. Yeah, just like yourself when it's outside of wife. So that's the only downside is if you're an area, you know, like if you live in the middle of West Virginia, some small town in the middle of Virginia or someplace like that, and you just don't have good service. That's one of the downsides as you it relies on how is how is it possible that there's not good service anywhere in this country, disgrace. He this a true story. I just got back from Iceland people what two days ago, three days ago. And I was literally inside of a volcano. Like if the only volcano the entire world you can go inside of I was inside of volcano, a hundred meters, deep and Iceland, and I had cell phone service. Mike, I have spots, or you know, at my house and Catliff Virginia. I have to get the microcell tower because I don't get serve like how the fuck do I get service in a volcano and Iceland in the middle of Iceland, and I don't get service in northern Virginia. Like, how's that. Possible. I've always thought that like how was 'Lions how? How, like how was like? I just feel like American carriers kinda need to get their shit too. I think I feel like the technology's there were they can just like cover us with the blanket of WI fi. You know what I mean? Like to me, it seems like it's a little ridiculous to have towers, you know, every few miles apart in major cities like we, we need, we need up or game, Liz, two thousand eighteen. Can we get together that blanket need together shit together blanket, some files like how, how do I have service inside of a volcano or Iceland, but not in northern Virginia and even go back like I even said this like ten plus years ago, like you see videos of like Osama bin Laden. And before we kill that fucker in a cave and Afghanistan. Zack Morris phone making calls. Meanwhile, like I'm in DC in the secret service like, Ooh, I need to move. I'm not getting any service here. Mike. How does that? How does that work? It's so how does he make making calls from Kate. Enough ghanistan like the nation's capital and I gotta move one hundred yards that way since service get your shit together AT and t. on government conspiracy Sony, how whistle GPS..
"crispell" Discussed on Nature Podcast
"I mean, you and I always seem to end up talking about Chris Beaumont than whether it's on the news chat or I'm back shat, but that's why our next story is about again, what's going on in Crispell and we've got another news story about a new way to use crisper to track the development of of a mammal mouse from a single egg into an embryo that has millions of cells that seems like a heck of a job. It is a lot of cells and it's the first time that they've managed to do this kind of work in in an organism as complicated as mouse. I mean, obvious questionable on why would you want to sort of track all the cells in developing sort of embryo fetus? It tells you. I mean, it's for one thing. It's it's sort of gets to the heart of developmental biology, right? How do you even form these complicated bodies and tissues and organs? I mean, it's, I think it's one of the basic questions and it really gets to the heart of that, but it can also tell you what goes wrong. You know, sometimes when when something goes wrong during development and how that might be fixed crispy into this. Crisper is is really powerful because it allows biologists to track the lineage of an individual cell divides and then divides. Again, what crisper does is allow them to essentially create a barcode and a way to sort of individually tag each cell. So you have this bar code in the cell. These researchers edited sixty different sites in the genome, for example, to create this barcode, and then the cell divides, and then crisper works again and it sort of modifies that the barcode in a unique way potentially in each cell and then those cells divide. Again, the the Barco gets modified again, and so you can sort of track back when you sequence these cells in the genome. You can track back the changes that were made and figure out which cell was descended from which other cell and so forth. Tree than exactly you get a family tree of your cells. This study has just been published, but a results come out of this works so far they were already they only went up to twelve day old mouse embryos in this study, but they were already able to glean some information about brain development, for example, in and which parts of the brain developed. I followed by, you know, in the other parts of the brain, the tackling issues that developmental biologist had been wondering about for quite some time. In where does this technique go next? Well, you know, I think ultimately they would hope to be able to use this technique to trace back the sell any age of every cell in an adult mouse, for example. And then along the way they can adapt the technique to use to study things like the development of cancer and other disorders joining us some show..
"crispell" Discussed on TechStuff
"We were talking about sound equipment are setups that require, you know that that the sound will cause the camera to fire. And you know, this is you're having to buy more gear, but it's it's, it's fun and if you can afford it, it's pretty pretty interesting stuff. So, yeah, this wraps up our discussion about high-speed potobrati, slow motion, cameras in general film stuff is really, really interesting in fact. So interesting to me that when I look at the complexity of these devices, I mean the the principal is pretty simple from a high concept point of view. But when I started looking at the engine nuit easy that was required to bring a camera into. Reality. I just it's phenomenal to me again. It's one of those things where we take it for granted now because they're everywhere. I mean we have cameras incorporated into practically every mobile device you can think of, but the principles behind it. I mean, it's just it's just phenomenal. Amazing that we figured this out, you know, I mean, think about we, I mean, people ways smarter than I am. Well, you think about how the difference in the early cameras that you know daguerreotypes and the wet plate type devices versus the tiny little cameras in our smartphones, you know, shoes and everything else. Don't want an issue cameras. Well, that wraps up this classic episode of tech stuff. I hope you guys enjoy this trip back in time where Crispell at night I looked at slow motion film and high speed photography. It was a lot of fun to go back and revisit that. I'm actually enjoying going through the archives in picking out episodes for you guys to listen to stuff that you probably haven't heard unless you are a long time listener. If you guys have any suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff, send me a message. The Email address is tech stuff at how stuff works dot com, or drop me a line on Facebook or Twitter. The handle. Both of those is tech stuff h. s. w. don't forget to follow us on Instagram and I'll talk to you again really soon. For more on this and bathrooms of other topics visit how stuff works out com. I wanna thank our sponsor purple mattress. The purple mattress will probably feel different than anything you've ever experienced because it uses a brand new material that was developed by an actual rocket scientist, and it's not like memory foam. It feels unique because it's both firm and soft at the same time you're going to love purple.
"crispell" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Something but an appeals slippery yes i would fall he's not coming by himself he's bringing somebody with them you know they andrew bogut was quoted in the story saying that these deals are already done that they're verbally done them been written down because you can't because against the rules but everybody knows where everybody's going at least the the the principals do yeah who's bring it because there's two candidates right paul george chris crispell on both both he fem both in no let one of these youngsters go and a pick and you just kind of little package together yeah you got like there's so many ways it's compla you could say all right chris you wanna go back home did you sell your mansion yet still got one that out there all right keep your home come on chris and people were going to accept chris paul would open arms not as wide open as they will lebron but they certainly will because one he was supposed to be in a laker before and to still tremendous what he does despite the injury concern paul george welcome home baby bring it bring it back i think in reality he's going to bring paul george over chris paul i think chris paul and the situation in houston they knew it was going to work and most people didn't believe it and then they got so close i think there's a little unfinished business on the court would him in that relationship with james harden like you came here i need you for one moment and that was in the championship series western conference finals and you know i and it i want even bring that up to haunt you chris but two games shah two games for you one game for us this finish that out and let's try at around us i think chris in loyalty to harden stays there wink wink deal they get their max he brings paul george here and i think that's a little simpler inconvenient look at at the end of the day if the decision is.
"crispell" Discussed on First Things First
"Crispell in the last cva that was negotiated which chris paul's the president players those ation they changed the rules almost just so cpi three and lebron could get mac steals what do i mean by that they did have an over thirty five rule which was you cannot give a player a full fiveyear max contract that will extend past his aides thirty five season they made it the over thirty seven why oh because chris paul right chris ball didn't have them change the cba turned down a mac steal from the clippers to not get one from houston now there is one scenario see where i think he doesn't get amax too and that's if the rockets come to him and say we can get lebron down discount though exactly right yeah him and lebron are tight so that would be an understanding i'm going to give up that in that man that would win him a lot of fans and it would give him the best chance to win championship yes and so i think in chris paul's worst case scenario i believe is he ends up with the mac steel now what that means for the rockets for years from now that you can't the rockets right now have to do something i tell my kids not to do which is not worry about your tomorrow self only worry about your explain to me why it's not good for for this team in the league and for years for the league forget the league for the team i mean in four years chris paul be thirty six going into a season making a million dollars a year okay in five years chris paul be forty seven i'm sorry forty seven we'll be.
"crispell" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Paul crispell great player honored by his peers had no particular success in the playoffs now he's in a position i don't know if they'll do it but he will have aldridge on later now he's in a position chris paul to get to the finals when you get to the finals it's one thing to win it's greater if you win but at least you get there at least you get there you have a shot at it chris paul may well do that also vets can just did it that you hang your coat on that hook get to the stanley cup i don't know i don't know that that you can judge him in the same way ever again and i opened up the floor on that well you made the guarantee may fourteen said they on pti capitals are going to win the stanley so you did have it all hail the man can only four and seven game seven so you don't want to get carried away i went into this expecting the worst they have been cooking dogs for many in fact believing that they were going to lose brought me comfort brought mick crummy happiness just knowing that i wasn't going to get my hopes up for anything but yesterday watching like you i tuned in a little late after getting a millennial fast casual salad and i wondered the question so casual is that a term of art that i should be aware of we've made it the rest of the certainly the mecca of fast ironing in the words that mean sweet green card yeah it's better donald but it's not.
"crispell" Discussed on First and Last
"Show me understood are on the way to work appreciate it yeah i don't i don't turn to nobody on the rockets i don't trust crispell i don't trust days i don't trust the coach ben tone is like they they built the playoffs all together yeah so we asked especially in the western conference in light of the houston rockets giving up a game to the wolves series is at two one last night with golden state warriors give up one in were three oh and a series against the spurs team that is wounded every way possible had every reason to pack it in and we understand that the waning attention span of this golden state team has been an issue for most of the season but asking is there one of these squads that you would actually sound bit of an alarm for in houston i think definitely shoulders most of the load here because they had a stronger burden they were carrying coming into this playoff series both the parts and the whole get doubted for this team chris paul and james harden both have playoff woes from the past they've got to overcome and mike dantonio this team have playoff woes from the past they have to overcome mike dantonio himself from that stint with the sons has playoff woes that he's got to overcome and to not only get beat but to get beat as soundly as they did by minnesota the other night i think for a lot of people look at team and for coach admits that they haven't quite been.
"crispell" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"And his role is right now is just to be an executive to we learned the team you find a learned the players he spent a learn who the other you know executives all they're in a foreign office or he imi he's putting this is input entered asked but he's letting them do their jobs and ask him questions he answered questions that jobs irony and all this regret turn aware of chris to couple of years ago crispell begged the andrew jordan please don't go go to dallas don't goes don't leave stolen and then he leaves them to go to houston well it is ironic but then he's got his selfesteem days michael where they look out for themselves and their plan and that's okay that's fine when he they have all the power unlike when you play you had the power and you know i think he could deserve any un methodology up my that's right and just to me and i just said yes and no so the magic johnson todd routed and you should have led right but the league is chain and he declared have power and they could determine their own fate and they fear because they're the reason we go to the games there the reason why we decide to cover these game to talk about them on radio show chris paul decided i don't want to be a clipper anymore i want to play for you can also does this make lasting for does this may also released a study point guard and how does big baby davis feel about that.