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Fresh update on "dana" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:41 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "dana" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"The hour now Time for a check of sport from around the world Here's Dan Schwartzman Thanks Brian Sad news and golf is Lee elder the first black player to play the masters has passed away at the age of 87 Elder was a four time winner on the PGA Tour and made history by tea off of the 1975 masters in all elder played in 6 masters in 34 major championships Lena Messi winning a record 7th hole under ore winning the award over Bayern Munich's rapper Levin dusky Messi now has two more than Christian Ronaldo in four more than anyone else Levin dusky was named the game's best striker while gianluigi Dana ruba won the goalkeeper the year award with Barcelona's Petri taking on the Copa trophy as Europe's best young player It's an NFC match about Monday Night Football the four and 6 Washington football team is.

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Fresh "Dana" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:54 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Dana" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"Our Tuesday and Wednesday rainy and warm both days with highs in the mid 50s that once again puts a lot of pressure on our area rivers especially those closer to the BC border Finally drying out and cooling down as we slide into early December late this week that'll help those rivers and flooding situations quite a bit and they'll start to come back down for us In the coming four weather center I meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Downtown Seattle temperature 57° and you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on como at 6 O 5 Kent mayor Dana Ralph is responding to a rash of gun violence over the holiday weekend reaching out to King County executive Dow Constantine's office and he has agreed to convene a meeting that will include the King County prosecutor's office in Kent police to develop a coordinated strategy to address violence there were three shootings involving four victims one of them fatal over the holiday weekend all the incidents happened along Pacific highway south near the bus stop just south of the Kent Des Moines road A.

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Fresh update on "dana" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:51 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dana" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"In a statement Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH said he was not only a genius designer, but also a man with a beautiful soul. Joining me to discuss this and to give some reaction is Dana Thomas, author of fashion opulence, the price of fast fashion and the future of close. Good afternoon to you, Dana. Good afternoon. Tell us first about the mood today in Paris. People are sad. You know, Virgil was really good at keeping this under wraps. He took off three months about two years ago for because it said doctors orders was the original statement. And there was a lot of talk that maybe because it was a 90 day three month break that it was maybe he was going into rehab. Now it's clear that he was doing chemotherapy. And that's why he came out looking so thin and it wasn't that it was drug or alcohol related. The guy had such extraordinary work ethic that you wondered how he powered through it. But I guess it was just his adrenaline in his will to live. And he took on so many more projects in that two years. It was sort of dizzying that he was doing this assignment. That assignment, this collaboration, that collaboration, he was appointed a seer of all the 75 brands that LVMH making him the most powerful black executive in the luxury group. And now it's clearly because we see he was not well. And he wanted to squeeze every minute of life out of that bit of life he had left. Well, we mentioned the fact that he's unique designer. And he became sort of a king of collaboration, but also a groundbreaking designer, the first African American to head a French luxury house. He had real impact. He really did, and it was interesting, because during his rise, it reminded me of another great black American who was here 30 years ago, Patrick Kelly. And he was the first black American, the first black, I believe, to be admitted. And definitely the first American to be admitted to the schomburg fashion designers in France to be invited as a member. And Virgil has also been a member and been showing under the official flag of the French now it's called the Fidel acion. And they both died very young Patrick Kelly of aids and now we've lost Virgil. It's almost like these were two white hot talents who came in and really shook everything up. I'm really showed everyone. There is a different way of looking at this and doing things and we can make it young and hip and fabulous and fun, fun was working with both of them fun was a super important aspect of the work in the product and the design. And then they both flamed out really young. It's a great loss. It's a great loss. And on that point, he was so widely respected by many facets of the creative industry as well. There's been an outpouring of sadness from contemporary artists in the U.S., members of the music industry, furniture companies. That's quite unique. Absolutely. He used to moonlight as a DJ and I think my daughter even caught him spinning discs one night at a nightclub in St. Paul pay two summers ago. And, you know, he would come through town and then hit the club and take over the tables. And he did furniture design. He worked with all these interesting collaborations with Nike and with evian and like, you know, left and right. If someone said, can you do something for us or with us? He'd say yes, let's do it. Because he felt like, you know, art and design and should all be of a piece and it should all talk to each other. It should be, you know, he said everything I do is for the 17 year old version of myself and that I believe in the power of art to inspire future generations. And it was in every, you know, everything had an aspect of design and he could touch it in some way and make it better. I'm curious, Dana about the lasting impact on the luxury sector specifically, you've been in Paris and covering the fashion world for quite some time. Virtual abloh was slightly controversial to some, we can say he brought that sort of height beast style to a luxury world. How will that impact things going forward? Well, he's already impacted so much. First of all, he was breaking racial barriers in a way that was genius and opening that door to so many young talents where they couldn't have gotten through the door before. And then he did. He put some life back in, especially into Kutcher, but into Paris high fashion. I went to a couple of his shows, and they were cool. They were fun, and it was a completely different audience, not just in the VIPs who were there who were sort of his hip hop Friends, but also just a younger audience sitting in the chairs, not these stuffy Park Avenue ladies. Who are, you know, spending their husband's money. It was really a great vibe and he and I think that will continue to ripple through. He's the one who brought streak fashion to two fashion. And now it's all about street fascism as we know. He said streetwear wasn't on anyone's radar. But, you know, it was sort of chatterer dinners. Like, we should be doing something. Fashion needs something new. It's stagnant. What's the new thing going to be? And here I was crafting my ideas. He's the one who brought this to us. And now that's why we have the supreme links. We have all these cool collaborations and we're all wearing sneakers with our dresses and suits. That's Virgil abloh. Dana, thank you so much for this. That is Dana Thomas author of fashion obelisk, joining us from Paris. And as all for this edition of the briefing produce today by Emma searle, a researcher with Lillian force it, our studio manager, Christie Evans. Everything is back tomorrow at the same time that's 1300 in Zürich, midday here in London. I'm Daniel beach. Goodbye, and thank you so much for listening..

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Fresh update on "dana" discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:06 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dana" discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Some of the more impactful experiences that you had besides the rattlesnake bite along the way? I mean, I know from people. I know a bunch of people who've run across America and walked it, et cetera and one of the recurring themes that always comes up is how profound it is to traverse the Navajo Nation. Yeah. That was a place that I was warned about. Before I got there, by white people, you say be careful when you go there, bad stuff happens. That kind of thing. And when I got there, there was this outpouring of love and support from the from the danae people. Dana is what they call themselves. I was like, a white word, just kind of got thrown on them. And yeah, I so basically on the walk most of the time you walk on the side of a busy road and people are just stopping all day and they come out on the shoulder of the road and they say, can I pray for you? I say, yeah, of course. And.

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Fresh update on "dana" discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

02:22 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dana" discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

"Was saying it. Then later in our conversation, she said something about, oh yeah, we could go to lunch next week. Do you realize he just said it? Yeah. So yeah, she said, if she said, we could go to lunch next week. That sounds kind of vague and maybe she doesn't really mean it. But Mike could sound a little more certain, doesn't it? Yeah. I think it does anyway. But you really won't hear this much outside of the American south. You will. It's sprinkled here and there, but generally it's far more common in the American south, particularly where people from the north of England and Scotland settled many years ago. That's really interesting. Well, Patricia, thanks for your call. Yeah, thanks for having me. It was really fun. Bye bye. Thanks. Bye bye. Bye bye. Well, maybe you move to a different part of the country and something caught your ear. Let us know about it. 8 7 7, 9 two 9 9 6 7 three or send the story to us an email, that address is words that wayward radio dot org. In Latin, the word utenam introduces the optative subjunctive, and it means basically would that or if only it's spelled UTI. I was reminded of that when we got an email from Rebecca Harrison, who's a professor emerita of classics at Truman state university there in Missouri. Well, she was responding to our call with Dana irina Nevada, who wanted a word for that moment when you're playing cards or board game and you draw what would have been the perfect card or the perfect tile for the previous turn that you just played. She says, what about utenam? Oh, yeah, because you could stretch the vowel out, right? As you pound the tails learned and that's great. So it means if only. So that's another option, Dana. Oh, Tom. Call us to talk about language. 8 7 7 9 two 9 9 6 7 three. Hello, you have a.

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Rep. Nicole Malliotakis: The Infrastructure Bill Is 'Incredibly' Important for Aging Cities Like New York

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis: The Infrastructure Bill Is 'Incredibly' Important for Aging Cities Like New York

"Right, let's listen to Nicole malli attack. This is the congresswoman from New York. Again, I've always liked her. So disappointed that she voted with 12 other Republicans in the House and rescued the Biden agenda as The Wall Street Journal editorial which I'm going to share with you points out. Listen to her comments to Bill hemmer and Dana perino this morning on Fox News. 19 Republican senators voted for it as well. But for those who did not, they just think this is a bad Bill. Why did it get your yes vote? Well, this bill, look, I read this bill, and it is covered to cover infrastructure. $350 billion is going to roads highways and bridges, which you would consider traditional infrastructure, and in the other 550 billion is for ports, airports, seaports, ferry systems, coastal resiliency projects, like the east or seawall that's so important to my district. Sewer systems, which is so incredibly important following Ida, the damage that took place in New York City, upgrading our subway signals to a communication based train control. We're still relying on pre World War II equipment in some subways. So for an aging city like New York City, this bill was incredibly important. And the reality is is that this is the type of investment that people actually pay taxes for those basic infrastructure needs that you expect from government, but have been neglected for decades. And as you reported earlier, I also believe that we significantly took away the leverage from the socialist squad. It is why AOC and the others voted against it because they knew that if the true infrastructure Bill passed, the spotlight would go onto their social spending bill that includes the IRS agents. It includes the Amnesty. It includes giveaways to those who are in the country illegally, the taxes, the vaccine mandates and penalties, all of that that we remain opposed to and we are going to fight tooth and nail with the moderate Democrats to

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'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

"You type in let's go brand into Google news, it is everywhere. AP news. How let's go Brandon became code for insulting bought Joe Biden. The Washington Post, let's go brain and is Republican vulgar governing agenda. By Dana millbank. Oh yeah, but drag queen story are perfectly cool. All right, the fact that 6 year olds get exposed to dudes that are in dresses. 22 hours ago Trump campaign joins the let's go Brandon trend. The NPR national public radio. Here's what let's go Brandon actually means and how it made its way to Congress. Fox 8, let's go Brandon, here's where the viral meme comes from. Three days ago, how the anti Biden song let's go Brandon became a shadow smash. And I can continue. The left is perplexed that there would be a grassroots non centralized non CNN non AT&T, by the way, this is what's so amazing about this is Black Lives Matter is totally corporate. It was top down centralized, every corporation was behind it. This is totally let's just say not coordinated. There's no central command center for let's go Brandon. There's no multi-million dollars spending campaign. There's no pledges from PepsiCo or from Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, saying we're going to pledge $30 billion to get rid of let's go Brandon equity in our country. No, this is just kind of bottom up. Where the Black Lives Matter thing B 11 incorporated was totally manufactured. It was absolute top down, and yet let's go Brandon thing is happening why because people are feeling the reality of Joe Biden's

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Fox News' Dana Perino Remembers Colin Powell

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:26 min | Last month

Fox News' Dana Perino Remembers Colin Powell

"Dana perino, of course, served under George W Bush, new Colin Powell, shed the following on Fox News. But yes, I've long admired him. I remember all edge during the Gulf War. What this man is very impressive. And then the fact that I actually got to meet him and work with him, work under him, really, as the Secretary of State, it is just remarkable as ainsley as you were reading the statement and talking about his life in the previous segment in the previous interview. You realize that this man was such a man of consequence. And a consummate public servant, serving all of those years. And I was surprised to read. He was 84. Because in many ways, to me, he was ageless. In addition to all of the amazing work that he did as a military leader, one thing that people might not remember is he started an organization called America's promise. And that really encouraged civic engagement and volunteer work. And there was a little red wagon logo, and I'm a good friend as a race sale who had worked for president George H. W. Bush, then worked in his office and correspondence. And she would tell me such amazing stories about him. And then fast forward. I remember as a deputy press secretary standing in the back of the room, the east room one day and there was a, I believe it was Karzai, who achman Karzai from Afghanistan was giving a speech. And I was standing in the back of the room and Colin Powell just happened to be next to me. And I remember being very impressed by augment caramelized speech. And I said something to Colin Powell I said, wow. He is a very impressive. And Colin Powell gave me advice that I've lived with ever since, and he said, Dana, just beware of people who might be want to be dictators who speak very good English. And that was so interesting. But if you think about all the leaders that we've seen, come up through the ranks that America likes to support and then unfortunately turns out to be somebody that you question in the end. I would also say that he was a great stature. The way that he conducted himself, I really commend his books to people out there, young people who are looking to learn about leadership. He really was a consummate professional. Dana perino, who served in the Bush administration, reflected on the passing of general Colin

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EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

"Oil has been washing up on southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters this bill has filed the sands of Huntington beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbert Marcia sensitive wetland it has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tar balls reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county it's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the Coast Guard estimates between twenty five thousand and one hundred and thirty two thousand gallons cleanup crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas

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Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

"So everything I did based on the house Intel drop was chrono chronological order as it was presented And it starts here From the Nunes memo both the DOJ and the FBI petitioned the fisa court to begin to surveil a Trump campaign adviser we later learned was Carter page On October 21st 2016 just two and a half weeks before the election The application had to be certified by the FBI's director or deputy director The attorney general Deputy Attorney General or assistant attorney general to the NSA The initial warrant on Carter page was issued and renewed three times Every 90 days which took you through the rest of the campaign Through the election the president elect period in the early months of the Trump presidency FBI director James Comey signed three of those fisa court warrants Comey sign three deputy FBI director Andrew mccabe signed one Deputy Attorney General's Sally Yates Dana bonetta and rod Rosenstein they signed one Christopher Steele was an FBI source He was initially paid first payment a $160,000 by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create the dossier via Perkins coy and fusion GPS Okay so this is now the place where sussman fits in Everywhere we have the law firm Perkins coy We now know that was sussman

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A Friendly Ghost Story

Invisibilia

01:31 min | 2 months ago

A Friendly Ghost Story

"I think we talk a lot about ghosting in the romantic context right But it also happens with friends. Obviously and the reason. I want to talk about friend. Ghosting today is. Because i think it's an example of a larger problem with how friendships tend to end like what happened with one of our listeners. I just remember. There was one particular instance where she called me. And i looked at the phone and i was like oh i can't do this. I just didn't answer. This is dana lucic and a couple years ago. Dana goes did a good friend of hers when she learned her friend with pregnant. Oh my inner feminist is really angry at me. Because i know that women are able to do everything and anything to be cleared. Dana was excited for her friend but she was also worried about their friendship. Changing i am now thirty years old and i do not want children and i struggle when my friend start to have children because i feel like they change and i feel like they you know of course obviously wanna spend a lot of time with their kids talk about their kids and i'm just not interested. Gina this is like oh. You're having a baby. Congratulations you just lost a friend. It's like the exact opposite reaction society. Expects you to give exactly exactly. I really respect her ruthlessness about it. Yeah and dino wasn't always like this

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Boundary Setting for Self-Care With Licensed Professional Counselor Jocelyn Hamsher

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Boundary Setting for Self-Care With Licensed Professional Counselor Jocelyn Hamsher

"One of the things that i know you love to talk about in addition to trauma right so one of the ways that we can prevent or at least set of the best situation possible for this to not happen again. And we're this is more of those microaggressions right like you can never really prevent like massive event from happening. But so you had recently posted on instagram quote. We tell people how to treat us by the boundaries that we set and we thought that was so fantastic to talk about so. Can you elaborate on what you meant by that post and what it means to have healthy boundaries. Yes so i am a big fan of boundaries and boundaries are about protecting ourselves so they're not about controlling changing or trying to control anyone on their side of the street. it is really about keeping our side of the street clean and making sure. Our interactions with others are away. That support us. So when. I'm when i'm setting these boundaries. What i'm saying is distance how i if i'm going to be in relationship with you. This is to be treated about andres. Then i need to set some limits. Because i'm not okay treated that way and so we don't have boundaries what happens is we allow whatever anyone says or does to get in our space and impact us. So if i don't have boundaries. I may let someone scream and yell at me. I may let someone go through my stuff without asking. I may allow those microaggressions to occur and not address them. Be the message. That i'm sending what i'm doing is that it's okay versus if i set those boundaries. Then what i'm saying is i will not be yell that and if it continues i'm gonna step outside of the room. I'm going to hang up the phone. So i'm telling them hey. I'm not going to be treated that way now. I can't control whether they continue it or not. But i can't control my behavior and whether i continue to allow it so i may step out of the room like i. I may choose to end the relationship. I may choose to set some more guideposts to protect myself.

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Dana Che: The Recipe for a Successful Podcast Launch

The Podcast On Podcasting

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Dana Che: The Recipe for a Successful Podcast Launch

"If you could just give us the recipe that you heard people are supposed to use when they launch a podcast. And then maybe we could talk a little bit more later about your specifically what you did in your pre launch. You said I didn't do 6 weeks. But what's kind of like this plan that you've heard in the past? Well, I've heard that you first of all need to really drill down on your avatar. So you need to know who your demographic is, and you need to be able to name this person and you need to be able to feel this person's pain. And you need to be so in touch with your avatar that when you do a podcast, that person is who you are broadcasting to. Didn't do that. And then I also heard that, of course, you're supposed to have several episodes in the bank. So you should have, I've heard anywhere from 6 to 35 episodes just stored so that you can constantly produce content. We see a lot of podcasts, ghosting that happens where people will launch a show and then you don't hear from them for like 6 weeks, and you're like, that's kind of hard, especially for a new podcast to follow. And so I didn't have anything in the bank. Like I said, I literally made the decision on Friday and did the first episode on Saturday. So I feel like all of the traditional rules, all the equipment, I was literally getting equipment in as I was recording the show. My husband would be like, hey, Amazon just delivered something and I hit pause and I ran downstairs to see what it was. I mean, it was so janky. I don't recommend anybody start the way that I started.

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Darren Till's Record Is One of Inconsistency

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

02:57 min | 3 months ago

Darren Till's Record Is One of Inconsistency

"Darren till versus kelvin. Gasol and that's a big fight of we did it today. It was an even bigger fight than it had major implications on it. I remember working for. Espn out there and dana came to the desk. This is prior to the fight. And i said to him flat out if darren till beats kelvin will be considered for the championship fight against sonya and dana said. Yes so simple as that but just to remind you of this timeframe. That would've may darren until undefeated at one eighty five even if he would have taken out a top contender in gats lem. Who just had the most razor thin fight of audits on his career there was a major revolving door. It would have opened things for till taking you back to that time from shows up to press conference and he almost fell asleep at he was so tired. So you're not gonna expect till the do very well in all fairness that's a super hard fight in a foreign land while you're exhausted at away class you have been at. Oh by the way now you get the pleasures of jetlag real thing. Till's dog going to perform well wrong. He did. But i could say the same thing about the night that till lost the welterweight championship fight to woodley. He was a favourite. The sport was getting ready to welcome in the till era. People thought he was going to run away with it and it wasn't a matter that t- would beat him if he would have beat him. I don't think i'm having this conversation. I probably would have forgotten. The fight happened. it was the way till performed. He did it till greatly underperformed. He got taken down. He's hard to take down. He got taken down. He got mauled when he was there. He got tired within the fight. It was just the performance. The lights were bright. There was a lot on. It was a massive weight cut in he underperformed point that make it. You don't know what makes this guy tick the night that till popped onto the radar. He gets thrown into a main event against cowboys. Sarony i remember. Shaab doing an entire piece on this prior to the fight and brennan was saying cowboy. Don't take this fight. There's nothing for you to gain. You're taking on an absolute unknown. All you have to do is lose esteem. even if you beat this guy you get nothing if you do anything short of steamroll him you go backwards till one the fight and he did it in the first round it did surprise everybody right you know cowboys gonna take the fight. You know that story cowboy didn't give a damn. I'm just setting the stage for you of till's career in the performances that till has had with what you thought would happen when you think everything's gonna be smooth. He's going to perform well. He doesn't when you think everything's against him he's going to go out there and laying egg he doesn't he doesn't he still inconsistent.

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Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Let's get into book. It's called how i saved the world. How did you save the world. Jesse waters tell us. I saved myself i because anybody that knows me needed. I needed saving. And this was after about twenty years at fox news starting in the basement. And now i get to sit next to dana. Perino and greg failed both of whom haney tiny people incredibly tiny now by the way. You're not gonna. You're not looking at the camera. I know you're new to this. I want you to look at the camera. Because i want people to see your happy handsome face. Are you look very say much better. Now jesse. seriously year on the five year. With juan williams. I got on a big rhubarb with one. Once on a on one of the fox shows but keep keep going sorry rhubarb. Why i have to hear about this. Show i so i got to a place in my life where i just wanted to tell these crazy stories about being fox and going on these adventures to these liberal bastions of just insanity san francisco nude beaches and martin's vineyard and i wanted to tell these tales about ambushing bad judges and confronting celebrities and interviewing college students on the beaches and quizzing them about american history. And so i thought this was a great time. Share it during in nineteen. I had nothing else to do except write this book. So how i save. The world went to number one. It's first week on the new york times bestseller list and we're still on the list and it's it's thanks to you and it's thanks all the people that that bought it and read it and i'm just really

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Parents Must Pay $30,441 for Getting Rid of Son's Porn Cache

Dana Loesch

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Parents Must Pay $30,441 for Getting Rid of Son's Porn Cache

"Price to pay for porn Charlotte Corvalan explains. The judge has ordered a Michigan couple to pay over $30,000 for destroying their sons Porn collection Eight months ago, 43 year old David Working won a lawsuit against his parents, saying they had no right to get rid of his pornography. Working, lived at his parents' house in Michigan at the time before moving to Muncie, the estimated value of his porn collection Was $25,000

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2 Killed in Shooting Near Illinois Courthouse

Dailycast News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

2 Killed in Shooting Near Illinois Courthouse

"Two men were killed and another was injured on thursday in a shooting near the courthouse in the small northern illinois city of kankakee authorities. Wgn nine reporter dana. Rebecca was there on the scene. This happened at about nine. Forty five this morning again outside the kankakee county courthouse north of the jail between the courthouse and this jail building From information very new here. On the scene when i arrived talking to some folks standing here it sounds like this had nothing to do with the courthouse that this was possibly some sort of altercation even a gang altercation. That happened down the street. Several blocks away and then spilled over

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Explosions Erupt Outside Kabul Airport in Afghanistan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Explosions Erupt Outside Kabul Airport in Afghanistan

"Circle back sake is going to circle back to reporters once they get more information on how to get americans out of afghanistan. Yeah that's that's that's gotta be great comfort to the loved ones of people who are trapped in afghanistan. Going to be hard to get people out of afghanistan's airport if they're blowing up the airport. This is a catastrophic debacle. The worst foreign in foreign policy implosion in a long long time. Here's the fox. News channel report moments go of the explosion at the outside the kabul airport. The explosion unclear. How big comes hours. After the state department warned americans outside to quote leave immediately do the increasing terrorist threat. Also lucas reports. The secretary of state lincoln said yesterday. There was a very real possibility of an attack. So that's from the pentagon standby we should get a briefing there in about thirty five minutes. Dana back to fox news. There's fox news reporting on what appears to be a major event An explosion outside the kabul airport. There are images coming through of bloodied dazed victims of what appears to be a huge explosion. The timing of all of this is fascinating. There's a lot of things going on that. Make one wonder if there is an almost other worldly aspect to this in other words Things couldn't be going worse for those who have an agenda that seems to be destructive to the united states. this is a terrible terrible time for democrats. There's no way around this from a political perspective. There's no way

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The Biden Debacle Continues

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:24 min | 3 months ago

The Biden Debacle Continues

"The biden debacle continues in afghanistan. The withdrawal is a disaster. The biden administrations exit has been a catastrophe. Goof-balls on the left are doing. Now they're pivoting to trying to say well the it's still a big airlift. We're getting a lot of people out of their senator mitch. Mcconnell with dana perino and bill hemmer yesterday on fox news as this is one of the greatest foreign policy disasters in american history. I think it's important to remember where we were a few months ago before the president's reckless decision to leave we only had twenty five hundred troops there. We had lots of single american Personnel military personnel in a year. The taliban barbarians were not in charge of the country. We were keeping the lid on an al qaeda was not there so the decision to pull out was gargantuan mistake in a opinion having made that decision You'd have to conclude these guys an organized a two car funeral. I mean here's where we are. The president needs to forget about the august thirty first deadline. We need to send in enough american personnel military personnel to rescue our people and by the way they're more american soldiers there now than before. The president made the decision to leave. Wow it's it's unbelievable. Kaley mcenaney pointed something out to jesse waters a theme. That i keep coming back to. We wouldn't be seeing this under the trump administration. We're eight months into a biden president. Jesse wrap your head around that we still have three years and four months left look when president trump was president. You didn't see crisis after crisis. You just didn't see it. I shudder to think about what it would have been. Like under joe biden. We've seen afghanistan blow up crime ministries. You named it all. What would have been like. Because i was in the white house when it was pretty scary times. We weren't sure if we'd have enough ventilators but we were able to produce it with the private sector. I watched president trump overseeing vaccine in record time produce. Four working therapeutics. Do you think joe biden could have done any of that. The answer is absolutely not. The guy was five hours and twenty minutes late to his speech

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Will Booster Shots Make a Difference?

The Secret History of the Future

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Will Booster Shots Make a Difference?

"On wednesday. The president's top covert advisors cited a few early studies to make the case for boosters from new york from nursing homes from the mayo clinic. Plus there was some data from israel. I see two things. I i see a few canaries in the coal mine. I do see that. The is Specially from based on the us data. There is a diminishing of effectiveness against mild moderate disease. Here's michelle will get. The director of the centers for disease control and prevention on wednesday talking about a mayoclinic analysis of more than eighty thousand vaccinated and unvaccinated. People like we saw in the new york. Dana vaccine effectiveness against infection declined over time. In this case from seventy six percent to forty two percents for those who receive the pfizer vaccine and from eighty six percent to seventy six percents for those who receive. The madonna vaccine are also see that things seem to be holding up against severe disease including hospitalization. More or less which seems great but seems quick which is good. The other thing i see is whenever things are that nuanced. I want to see the whole ishii be process unfold. Who needs the advisory committee on immunization practices. It's a group of fifteen outside advisers. Doctors nurses public health specialists. Who make recommendations to the cdc on vaccines on cova. Yes but on other things too and the committee has a standard deliberative process. That anyone you were me can log on and watch the encouraging thing and something that got lost in a lot of coverage was that the actual verdon of things that came out yesterday was that they are doing this for planning purposes to start with september twentieth bending authorization from fda and bending the advisory committee on immunization practices review. So i as a scientist. I had weighed for the review because things are that nuanced.

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J.J. Watt's Secret to Mental Strength

Men In Blazers

01:38 min | 3 months ago

J.J. Watt's Secret to Mental Strength

"My guest today is a bona fide. Day great american born in waukesha wisconsin plus with superhuman quality size strength power quick hands and feet america to dominate. Nfl lines of scrimmage since two thousand eleven defining himself as a warrior. One man wrecking crew future hall of famer. National women's soccer league aficionado box jumping legend who's also a chelsea fan extraordinaire. Welcome to men in blazers. Mr. jj watt. Thank you roger to kind. That was good intro. Jj are so many reasons. I revere ye above old your journey to becoming one of the best players in nfl history which has been a saga overcome challenges after another defying doubters haters illness injury along the way it said that addition to your physical gifts you have intense mental strength the ability to set your mind to a challenge and make it. So what's the secret to perseverance. Belief and dana confidence. I think it's partially a little bit of craziness. I think that there's probably a little bit of insanity in there where you go through some situations where people would say. Maybe now's a good time to stop and you say now. I don't think it is whether it was some of the injuries. I've gone through with my back the broken leg or transferring schools in college. Whatever it is. There's always been some people that said this the right decision is this the right thing to do and for some reason or another way. My parents raised me. When i was a kid. The answer has always been absolutely a threat thing to do.

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Fox News Political Commentator Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Fox News Political Commentator Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Let's get into look. It's called how i saved the world. How did you save the world. Jesse waters tell us. I saved myself i because anybody that knows me needed. I needed saving. And this was after about twenty years at fox news starting in the basement. And now i get to sit next to dana. Perino and greg gut garfield both of whom were any tiny people incredibly tiny now by the way. You're not working. You're not looking at the camera. I know you're new to this. I want you to look at the camera. Because i want people to see your happy handsome face. Are you look area. Say much better now jesse. Seriously year on the five year with juan williams. I got on a big rhubarb with one once on On one of the fox shows but keep going sorry rhubarb. Why i have to hear about this. Show i so i got to a place in my life where i just wanted to tell these crazy stories about being fox and going on these adventures to these liberal bastions of just insanity san francisco nude beaches and martha's vineyard and i wanted to tell these tales about ambushing bad judges and confronting celebrities and interviewing college students on the beaches and quizzing them about american history. And so i thought this was a great time to share it during in nineteen. I had nothing else to do except write this

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Comic Magician "Amazing Johnathan" Interview & Set       Show #78 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:15 min | 3 months ago

Comic Magician "Amazing Johnathan" Interview & Set Show #78 - burst 01

"Wow that's fascinating start but learning on the streets of san francisco. There's a lot of talented jugglers and comics. But and magicians like you mentioned harry anderson who cut their teeth on the streets. I did not know that was your background. How long were you on the street about two years. And then when you start getting really good down the street you're crowds start to get really enormous and I got arrested Every weekend for obstruction because my crowds would go out into the street and as soon as they stepped out on the street the cops were laying and they would arrest me so i had to stop doing that and at the time. Their comedy clubs who are just starting out in their holy city. Zoo in san francisco is open. And and so i moved my show indoors and started doing nightclubs and at that time. It was dana. Carvey robin williams that that was the gang. I came up with doing comedy well and didn't actually do your show at the holy city zoo. Yeah oh yeah oh man. We've told the podcast listeners. In the past that is a famous club it had maybe twenty. Four seats a really teeny stage. There was a balcony that actually held like two or three people. I mean it was one of the smallest rooms in the history of comedy. Entertainment and yet people like robin williams dainik carbonate and apparently right amazing jonathan worked at. That's incredible i. Was there the night robin brought his contract and we got more committee and he brought his contracts and told everybody and we were looking through his contracts. Some five thousand dollars a week. That's incredible heaps money but yeah robin Was there and then dana. Carvey and god everybody at that time. Vallon too generous and and It was a great great eric. Come up doing comedy and you can also boarding house and always area. This there was like probably about twenty rooms within Three hour drive you know. Oh no san francisco was definitely a hub and a birthplace for a lot of the entertainers. Our audiences heard of in Enjoyed on

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Time ever get that negative shit outta here like nobody needs that and they're probably trying to sell you something too so save your money and invest in yourself by unfollowing those people. Yeah totally i think. It's really important. And like i shared earlier every thought that you have emits an energetic frequency and that energetic frequency as then interacting with the energy all around you with the other people with the people in the internet with the people in your household with nature it. We're it's a symbiotic relationship that we have with all aspects of the entire globe and when you create space away from what serve you. You allow those thoughts that have been perpetuating in your mind that you're not good enough of that. You're not valuable if that you're too fat of that you don't know what to do. All of those things you start to soften and release the attachment to them. So anytime like you're saying in anytime you see something that triggers that belief or that feeling inside that you're not good enough let it go. You can always come back. You can always go and subscribe again if you want to down the road but right now in this moment you need to shift those thoughts because those thoughts are perpetuating a belief system that is keeping you from from feeling loved from feeling valuable from from expressing the magnificence of who you are and i love dana. Your message of your body is exactly what supposed to do..

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Really yeah. Ok here's another question. Actress be like that is. It's so famous like debbie war. Back that okay. Here's another question. What's a tv or movie series that like everyone has watched and you either hadn't seen or couldn't get into even though everyone was like. Oh my god. This is the best show ever thirty rock. That's why i never got into you. And everyone loves it. I never really botched at the time. I also never watched the office at the time. Either we're the same person force me to watch. The office ended. Actually really is really funny. But i still yet to get into thirty rock at despite my friend. David melissa's like to to to watch it. I've watched parts of it on my skin. I hate the guy. Didn't like at all but people find it really funny. I think a lot of things like depend on when it came into your life and if he watched it in the moment like it's kind of funny that i don't like it because i really like arrested development and his not dissimilar. It set seem kind of quirky sarcastic. Stupid humor and i took to that but i did not take a thirty rock. People love them are you. Yeah Yeah i was thinking about definitely the office which i actually did start watching some of this year on the encouragement of someone else And then we'll another one that i had not seen until last year which my best friend gave me. Endless shit about was. I had never seen any of the star wars movies. I still haven't until last year. But it's like dana. You're so into harry potter and you love fantasy and science have have you. How have you not seen star wars. So i finally watch all of them. Both game of thrones like now. Yeah i hadn't seen star wars and then yeah i haven't seen thirty rock parks and rec. It's always sunny. Like any of those. I know casey was as we continually. Have an argument about what we're going to watch on. Tv things like we don't like the only shows that we really liked. It are the really heavy ones like. That's kind of funny but like now. He watches all of those shows and every.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Interest. We just really like kind of like kind of said something right Honestly would be. I know that's to be interior design. If i wasn't doing this. I would have an entire design team. In fact there was a point. When casey said to me. Maybe you should do both businesses. You should do nutrition and interior design at the same time. I think i also have a real passion for business so that could also be one. But i think if i were to do cod cast on anything else talk about it would be interior design for sure i would love to do that. Yeah well so for you. Guys who don't know christina is our graphic designer in house that's true. I am in house graphic designer. Actually done step for people outside of the two of us gio. But i do find relief by like that creative seattle so if you need some graphic design stuff done let christina no see e book that we released this year the whole wholeheartedly eating holiday table and it's gorgeous out our content of our our content all of the pediatric although you. You're struggling of your pdf designing dana. You are. I used to be an artiste. Oh that's another thing. People might not know about me. I played the flute for a very long time from fourth grade to twelfth grade and i was actually pretty good. I really love to play the the fluid picturing a little bit of like eliza impression of you like really jamming out would be amazing right like with. She's so amazing. The blue she added she do it. Like you're you're flouted. let's go look. I would never claim to be as good as liz. Oh at anything. I know but Yeah no. I kicked you about being how that asks that would be. He played the flute now. But you play like jazz flute or victory..

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"We were both kinda like wool and imagine the muji where the face is all across. That was we. We were instantly friends like that really brought it together. Because i think we laughed and didn't go to the rest of the conference and we just not in hung out of new york bounced friends ever since and then we became business partners that happened. That happened really slowly over time. And i think a big part was because we were realizing that our businesses were the same. And we we were doing exact same thing and i think it really came to a head when you when you when you denounced hall thirty like that was really for us because we knew that he was in the making for a long time because we talked about it so much but i feel like once that happened. It was kind of inevitable that we were gonna start working together even more because we kept talking all the time and comparing our your Our perspective is a lot and we saw the same things. I may not have been a whole thirty catch. I was steeped in this vaccine. Stop that you are steeped in prior to that too and on i think we like from a professional level. We just really bonded in In seeing the damage that those types of things can can cause is and we talked about it a lot and seeing it in our clients in being like we can do this anymore and so he started talking about. What could we do instead. And we didn't know what we were doing. and at the time We just kind of like you know bonded over that and businesswise. Yeah in one of the interesting things was we. This was something that we didn't really see until at least i was out of school. I think you maybe were still in school at the time right. But we started to think back to our schooling both in grad school and then at i n and one of the things that i and does and they liked pride themselves on one hundred fifty different dietary theories and they also encourage their students to try a bunch of these different diets in the name of health right and so at the time. It was like oh cool. I'm trying all these different things. And then we look back on it now and even a couple of years ago. We're like ooh that is really disordered. What is happening here. And then we had started to see the kind of way that food is medicine. As taught in our grad school could be really disordered for people to and we were like. Oh this is weird and we started having those discussions and we were like wheat. Somebody's gotta be talking about this like it can't be only us. That's been talking about it. And then when i had started to talk about like seeing those patterns in the whole thirty and as i used to be a whole thirty coach right like however many years ago that was and then you're like you were encouraging me for so long you're like you gotta get out. You gotta get pro for like a year before. I was like okay. We're done anymore. It was like i was in a bad relationship. And you're like dana. You gotta leave. And i was like no but it's not good for you but i like it..

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"It's only you out there on the platform in everyone staring at you. Are you gonNa make this lead or you not gonNa make this left right. It's very economist thing. It's like yes you made it. No you didn't make it and then it's like who lifted the most weight and that's it that's who wins But if you're not in a place where you think that you can come out of this and be okay. It's not going to mess up your relationship with food. It's not gonNA make you want to go back to counting or it's not GonNa make you a want do calories or macro start restricting or whatever it is then if you really want to compete still. I would just recommend like don't compete in a way closer. Don't cut for a weight class like just compete as you are because honestly if you're concerned about the competition like you're going to be able to lift more weight if you're not malnourished raise. There's I could probably talk about this for hours. But I mean once you start to work on this like non dieting journey and being more neutral with your body in food like you still continue to learn a lot about yourself every day with every situation that comes up and that's why last year. I was really iffy about competing because I was like. Wow at this really good place. But I don't know if this is GonNa kind of push me back into a territory where I don't WanNa go now that I've competed. I know that I'm okay with it but I will say like it's taken me a long time to get here and I don't know that everyone. I know who competes is really in a good spot to be competing to be weight classes. Absolutely yeah definitely is an individual thing and there's a lot that goes into it so I really appreciate you sharing everything you did on the show. Today there are so many layers to uncover. There are so many different possibilities to consider and I feel like for a I mean. I feel like in some ways. My listeners won't be shocked by anything they heard but there are some days that may challenge what they great and in or what they're currently doing and so I think it's just important to provide those different possibilities perspectives on. I'm really grateful for you for doing that for us today yet. Thank you I really appreciate you having me on. Thanks for listening to talk with Dana. If you enjoy the episode please share it with your family and friends and share the love by throwing us a five star rating in review on itunes. Which will help spread the word and do a small part correct all of the fitness and nutrition misinformation or bullshit?.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Actually possible like what if he's not dead what does he is like living in another dimension. and He's good and then I started to think about that right and I was like. Oh this is just this is just a world that we live in. And what if I can have relationship with him on the other side as an angel or an entity or whatever and everybody's got different spiritual beliefs and I'm not here to push mine on anybody. I don't even know fully no mine. Are I just know that there were certain things that I started to think What is what's possible and it's starting to feel better and my whole thing is like if it makes me feel better? And it's a healthy coping mechanism. Some people might say. I'm a little delusion I you know I got to create a world where ended up having a relationship with my brother and I was able to communicate with him and get guidance from him right. I was like Oh what do you think about this. I'm so weird but like it's you know for a lot of people who grieve that's something that becomes very healing for that. Yeah I mean he's there are going to be a lot of people who don't agree with your or whatever but you can't while I guess you can but not great eight to disagree with whatever works for someone. Whatever coping mechanism they use whatever positive force they use in order to deal with their own agree for their own situation right? Like it's not hurting anyone else. You're not like you said you're not imposing it on anyone else you do whatever works for you and no one should be able to tell you different right and I think he you know you make a really great point and right now we're talking about grief and loss which is an extreme topic in my opinion but this could be anything right like this could be. There's a lot of people that we both work with who they're doing something different with their career. That's outside of the box and their family or friends. I don't get it and that creates a lot of friction for that but at the end of the day it's like who cares like who cares cares if they get it or not. What if you could release your attachment to them getting it? There's a part of you that things they need to get it right or you know we love who we we love. You love somebody in your family's like not into it or not supportive like yes. That's disappointing and the hope. And the prayer ultimately is like four people to be more loving but at the end of the day. It's also like no you love you love and you get to choose what you choose and so I think the other thing that that's possible here here is not caring so much what other people think and making our choices and really choosing our choices we say. Oh Yeah I made a decision but then it's like we you spend the rest of the week analyzing decisions. It was like well. Did you actually make a decision and I will say Dana. There's so much I knew you had your own experiences with his chew. But there's so much the freedom and actually deciding so I would like decide something like I am going to get rid of my lime and then any evidence.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Month and now back to the show so for those of you who are listening. I want you to do the same. Think about a trigger so might be something big and emotional so as Dana shared with hers. Something that really triggers you pisses you off and it can also be something little like when you're in traffic on your way to work or you know like if you spill Oh your coffee or something on yourself on your way and it just like sets off your day and you just feel so frustrated and aggravated or you come home from work and your kids leave their bags over their schoolbags. All over the house in the cleanup them like something that just triggers union. Look off. Just don't do that. Just go away. Just be better just just just me better so when it comes into the emotional trigger release and perhaps Dana. I'll send you these these steps you can put them in the show notes because okay perfect easier to see it The first step is acknowledging. What the trigger is So Dana for you noticing the way that people are speaking about holidays and having to shut this weighed in that whole concept that is the trigger peace and for others in the car. Your kids what it might be the. The actual physical trigger is the first component so identifying identifying that the next step is to understand what a motion arises in you because of this trigger so for your daily. Obviously you're pissed off it. interestrates you at aggravates you you want to just tell people want things in their faces. They go away because too. It's like that the reason that that that annoys me so much because when people are in I guess you could say a position of power or position of influence right and then when they're you're saying something like that to waive vulnerable group of people. Let's say they know it's going to rub them a certain way and that it's basically to drive a certain behavior VR. And it's like you so I'm thinking of like gyms in particular right like I used to go to this gym in my area until it. I realized it was super diety. It was like I cannot be a part of this but they would be like you know like remember. Your goals earned that Thanksgiving whatever or like earned the Christmas whatever and it's like Oh God sadly you're damaging so many people and so like frustration and sadness and being pissed off and all of the above. So what would you say is the core emotion that you feel when you think about this Probably one of those three I would say probably frustration then Okay and for those of you listening as well consider for yourself. What is the core emotion so not just like annoyance? What if you were to go a little bit deeper? One is the core emotion that really bothers you. That really frustrates. Your whether it's the sadness or the anger whatever might come up And then so. That's it's the second step is acknowledging what that emotion is and then the third step is going a little bit deeper and trying to find out what is the fear or the subconscious belief that is is underneath that emotion so Dana for you without frustration. And we don't have to go fully into this if you don't want to but I'm an open book cool. Okay okay so like what. What is that that tore rooted fear or that subconscious belief underneath that is causing you to be so aggravated be so frustrated by this trigger? What is that that foundational fear element.

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"dana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dana shells I'm sorry actually I'm not sorry sorry shows that I turned down the motors the queue you would be very impressed with yourself data that I can tell you delivering the truth are you a citizen or are you a subject because I'm a citizen and I'll ask whatever question I want to win ever I want to if your subject you go wanting to be a subject I'm Mrs and where they where at the it's up to this the senators to reckon to make their own decision working together hopefully and recognition of their witnesses as that the present with help from us their documents that the president with help from the US and we would hope that that information would be available all in a trial to to go to the next step because if that's it up another level in terms of conviction in terms of of of this but right now the president she well it happened does anyone give a rat's **** as a change anything no it doesn't it doesn't change a singular thing not at all welcome to the show I spent all my evening watching this detestable garbage so I can talk about it today get to talk about they were in such an urgent rush to do all of this that now she's not even going to submit she's not even gonna commit the articles of impeachment to the Senate because Chuck Schumer doesn't run it so that's just god's honest truth right there welcome to the show I'm doing a lash idealist on Twitter official they lash on Facebook if you have the balls to tell me I'm wrong on Twitter that have the balls to call into the show also you can watch all three hours of the live stream on YouTube and also on Facebook and make sure that you check out data radio dot com and in a last dot com because there's a lot of good content up there also so when people ask me links for things go there because that's where it is so the now it is she I mean really essentially now she's not going to need to below sea after all of this after this rush and she said and I went back and I looked and on December tenth she had said that this was a matter of urgency when she was giving an interview she had said that this was a matter of urgency and that it was something that needed to be done and she did not want at all this too she was she was accusing the president of trying to now affect the upcoming election as opposed to I guess they were trying to accuse him previously of affecting the last one with some sort of collusion with Russian aggression that didn't happen and so now she's saying well he's going to he's trying to I guess alter this one so we need to make sure that we get this done as quickly as possible and so now there we are it's a day she's not going to she's not gonna commit them because she says she wants to know exactly what's going to happen in the Senate she wants to know what their processes she's not even going to shouldn't actually going to have managers for this whatever the hell it is the impeachment garbage she's not even gonna have and and she's not even gonna select managers for this process so now she's not going to deliver the she said maybe maybe it'll happen in early January maybe there's going to be a delay of a couple of weeks I mean maybe you know we don't even know there it is maybe it's going to be longer now why the hell do we do this I actually thought who was that I I is that because there are a couple people out Mitch McConnell was speaking on the floor about it earlier and he was saying that well the reason that they're not doing any of this is because it it it was just it was a sham and it's shoddy work idea somebody thirty this is some of what he said this morning this is out of this is eight thirty central time at nine thirty eastern time where he gave his address from the Senate floor on this listen or the last twelve weeks house Democrats have conducted the most rush least thorough and most unfair impeachment inquiry in modern history now they're slapdash process has concluded and the first purely partisan presidential impeachment shows the wake of the civil war the opposition to impeachment was bipartisan you may miss it was bipartisan it did they this impeachment none of this whole sham not not a single thing about about was bipartisan of single bit of it was bipartisan and I really want to play hi kaisha I want to get to that later on in the show let's take everything I have not to go there right now in the meantime what I do want to play for you is resistant audio somebody twenty seven where Lucy was a detail in the strategy and basically the motivation for why they were impeaching potus listen where they.

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Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Holiday season one year. And maybe even just set yourself. I'm not gonNA worry about this anymore and just I have fun but you're after year we still feel like it gets away from us and it's that that holiday anxiety can feel like you're either enjoying it too much or not enjoying them at all and inevitably you might start saying things yourself like. This is the year I'm going to stick to all these healthy habits so I don't feel like I start over in January or on the flip side you've tried that in the past and realize it didn't work so you give up before you've even started figuring ring you'll just start with a clean slate in January but whatever it is that you're you're studying to resolve in the new year. The overwhelming feeling. Is that something needs to be resolved and and they you're just GonNa Grin and bear it until the new year and this is what we want to develop more today and talk about what the root of this is and what we find to be the number one in kind of like wolf seed that were all like unintentionally aching. That's also largely influenced it through our cultural kind of conversation around this time of year. And that's where Dana is gonNA come in to talk about that. The all Dane ain't honest soapbox so Fox's let's say the name of the podcast my God yeah just change that for the New Year not just getting so when we get here like during the holidays even before when you're starting to like mentally gear yourself up for the holidays..

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Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"I'm your host Dana Montes of real food with sina. I'm a nutritionist and body image. Coach teaching women how to heal their relationship with booth in their bodies ditch the die cycle for good and truly thrive with real food one delicious meal at a time. Good morning, friends, or honestly, whatever time you listen to this podcast that it currently happens to be while. You're listening today. We have a very intriguing episode. I guess you could say we're taking a long hard look about what we believe about ourselves and why so, yeah, this one is going to be a little bit of a deep one. So today's interview is with Amy Smith, who, as a self-proclaimed SAS life coach who specializes in all things confidence, who helps aspiring bad SS, stand up for themselves without being assholes. So yeah, you guessed it. There is some swearing in this episode. So if you don't appreciate it, you might not like this episode. However, I know that you probably will like the content. So what Amy is trying to tell all of her clients, and everyone that she speaks, you is that it's time to let go of all of the people pleasing and, cultivate, some serious self worth in the meat of this episode. We are talking about the fear. Of not belonging of people pleasing and why it's so detrimental to our mental and physical health our beliefs about worthiness, and how they drive our behaviors constant comparison and perfectionism and basically, all of the things this is kind of like Bernie Brown type episode. If I can call it that this is the type of episode where if you're anything like me, you'll want to listen once, and then probably listen again, and maybe take some notes and do some serious thinking about your life, and how these things we're talking about have played out in your own life because that's exactly what I did. And by the way, yes, again, if you don't like cursing, you probably won't like this episode, but there are knowledge bombs sprinkled into this episode. No, not sprinkled into this episode. It's like a waterfall of knowledge, bombs about beliefs about yourself and worthiness, and the fear of not belonging n people pleasing and perfectionism and all the things and I know you guys are gonna love it. I would love if you could. Well, introduce yourself to the listeners and then also tell us more about your personal health, journey specifically about confidence and boundaries. And how you even learned about what those concepts were in the first place. Oh man. While I love first of all, that, you, you incorporate the health piece, because I think a lot of times we don't realize that some of the reasons why we have a stomach ulcer might be because of our relationship with their mother over, we don't a lot of times, we like to compartmentalize our internal narrative, and what's happening with us versus our external body, our health, it's very much tied together, so mice nation is I'm assuming that there are many people out there who can very much relate, so a bit of context that grew up in extremely conservative born again, Christian family and my father had a masters. Divinity and a doctorate in ministry. So I mean we were fucking around over there. And so I grew up with a lot of dogma around, what was right and wrong and just a lot of motivation from fear and guilt. And a lot of shame. And there was a lot of kind of why am I apart of this family? Gosh, you know, I'm disag- Centric kind of wild hearted child who just would love to have been in a hippie commune in here. I am you know, the total bible, thumper. And I'm like, what, how did they warn into this fan? So fast forward, probably I dunno almost three three decades and I had the I, I guess I should say fortune, and misfortune to lose my father in os seven and I say fortune just because it really was one of the most beautifully intimate experiences to be with somebody as they passed. And so the day of my father's service, I had. A very rich career in a makeup artistry at the time. So I knew without a shadow of adult that a I was going to speak at the service and B I was gonna do his makeup, the actual mortuary makeup for his deceased body. So here I am thinking I'm daughter of the year award. I'm speaking to this crowd of hundreds and I'm doing makeup on my father, and my mom later, that day found it the most opportune time to say that she felt that that my father and heard failed and that because the three of us myself and my two siblings. My two brothers weren't quote walking with the Lord, now another bit of context. I was I was by all context. The good child, I had started working since I was fourteen I worked in a company that paid for my tuition, I paid for all my college myself got married. When I was young moved out both my brothers did jail time. I mean, it was sort of this. How the hell can you want me in and say, like your children are disappointments? And the only thing that I could really muster kind of in that moment was to say, well, you probably shouldn't say that to child, and she kind of just well that's just how I feel. In that I think was kind of impetus for me to realize that there were going to be costs to actually standing up for myself, and there would be a cost. Conversely, of not standing up for myself. And what that meant was, I was gonna have to choose between making them happy or making me happy. And when it came down to that I chose me and the trajectory thereafter was extremely combative adversary oil when I kind of found my- flooding and was like, no, this is who I'm about, I'm, I'm a liberal, and I met, you know, I love free lab. And I'm you know all these things. And it kind of came out of the Christian closet, so to speak. I or the agnostic closet, I guess, my, my relationship with my mom became extremely combative. And I just I wanted to talk about all the things let's talk about abortion. Let's talk about gay rights. Let's talk about, but let me just take you to school on all these things, and it wasn't until having some blowout fights in and being so incredibly embarrassed of my behavior in realizing that there's a different way to communicate that I kind of stumbled upon what I what I teach now which is, this dichotomy of you can speak up for yourself. You can be incredibly assertive, but you can also be extremely kind in loving and compassionate at the same time. But I'm sure you see this to a lot of times in our society. It's a we'd want to get anything done. You must dawn the masculine, and you must be aggressive in better not ever be vulnerable and got. So that, that. Kind of has been what has led me to doing the work that I do now. Which is twofold, it's knowing internally, that, who you are matters, that your voice matters, your wants your opinions your needs all matter. And then the external piece of okay, we'll know how does that relate to actually communicating with people in my life? What does it sound like to establish a boundary with my inlaws Sangley, please? Don't see my kid, hyper riposte corn syrup, or please don't take them to the church that I don't believe in, or hey spouse, I actually think I want a divorce a quarter of the things that you say in these really tumultuous polarizing situations. So that's, that's kind of what I do in my little corner of the internet. Yeah. So that is so cool. And so how tell me about that, like transition period when you're having all this strife with your family and stuff. And then you kind of had this like a Pitney of this is how I'm gonna stand up for myself. How did you then transition to? Okay. This is working really well for me, and I'm able to live my best life. How did you then start working with people on how to coach them through that? Well, what's interesting? It was kind of harmony us because when I first started my coaching practice with which was well over ten years ago. Now, I went to coaching school in the mid two thousand so it's it's been a minute, and I originally was all things relationships. So it was generally how to make marriage work. What was my kind of Nisha at the time and what I was noticing in my work as I was focusing primarily on relationships, though. A lot of women were lacking in the belief. In who they were a lot around this self worse Pierce, a lot around at forgiving themselves or forgiving. Other people letting go blame so that they could find a more strong footing in their relationship. And so instead of really focusing on this symptom of a need to get through to my spouse, or need to fix my communication. I kinda went back to the basics. We started unearthing a lot of this stuff around self worth. So then in twenty fifteen I went through total rebrand, and I kinda started looking at this, and then building on a lot of the things that I was working through in my own life. I kind of went oh here's this is my sweet spot. It is not just finding your voice, but also how to use it how to broach boundaries saying no in having this demand ticks in the actual scripts, the it kind of happened as a gradual evolution, I would say, and I ended up going back and looking through. True path client notes in, you know what are the things that you most want to get out of things in that was really helpful to me in figuring out. Okay. Here's my pen is on a genius. Yeah. That's awesome. And then where where did the name the joy junkie come from? Oh will that was one hundred percent like a business decision? My. Well, yes. Okay. Swell one was, I realized that in, I'm sure you can definitely attest to this with disordered eating, and things like that, that we are all addicted to something, it might be our smartphone. It might be counting calories. God forbid, it might be all of these various things I thought will what would shift for us, if we were equally as addicted to joy as we are to all these other vices that aren't actually bringing us any fulfillment or happiness. But another piece of it was going through trademark processes and things like that. I knew that very realistically. I would change my niche. So if I got involved in health coaching, let's say or if I got involved in physical, fitness, or became an accountant, I could still have joy junkie accounting. So part of it was was very much a business move. But then also talking about the outcome. You know what are we actually striving for when we want the perfect Creole when we want the perfect body, when we went the perfect business were actually just striving for an emotion. We think we're gonna feel we think it's going to bring freedom happiness fulfillment. So I thought why not really talk about the end result that we're all really looking for. Yeah. So talk about that. What are the biggest things that are standing in the way of people actually finding that joy? Oh my gosh. I would say, probably at least from my vantage, point, it is a heavy investment in what everybody else thinks it's that everybody else it, even a noble distraction like your child. Everybody else is once opinions in needs just are more important than mine, period. And that's how many women a disproportionately are raised to believe that self sacrifices noble in, in one of the things that I say, all the time is constantly, putting everybody in front of yourself is poison disguised as nobility, we think that it's so valiant and what it is is. It's martyrdom. And were not better. Parents were not better. Entrepreneurs were not better activists or artists were not better anything if we're depleted. But we're wired that way ends..

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"I'm your host Dana Montes of real food with sina. I'm a nutritionist and body image. Coach teaching women how to heal their relationship with booth in their bodies ditch the die cycle for good and truly thrive with real food one delicious meal at a time. Hello, internet, and welcome back to episode seventy seven of the real talk with Dana podcast today. We have Caitlyn Higgins from nerdy nutritionist on the show. She is a new licensed nutritionist just finished grad school got her degrees, now she's a real person and all the things. Who is talking about her health journey with mysterious symptoms food, sensitivities intestinal permeability and how she figured out what the heck was going on with her body. We're also talking about her experience of disordered eating from starting with stuff like skipping meals and school binging, and purging, two more exit behaviors of doing multiple whole thirties in a row combined with sugar detox is an obsessing over steps on her Fitbit, and how she started to get out of those things were also talking about finding the middle ground during this podcast. So this is the kind of elusive no-man's land that exists for many people who are dealing with on the one hand, chronic health conditions that may necessitate a therapeutic diet or some kind of food restriction to prevent flare ups or some serious symptoms with autoimmune disease. So Caitlin has both Hashi motives, and ESPN Affleck is off Justice, which we're going to explain in the podcast. But at the same time these people. All also have a history of chronic dieting, maybe over exercising, or therapeutic behaviors all the way to disordered eating or eating disorders. This then becomes really tricky because not only is the complete trial and error process and a really hard space to get to this, like, elusive freedom or neutrality, or whatever you wanna call it, but it's going to look, so different for every single person depending on their background specific health issues or autoimmune conditions, the severity of your symptoms, etc. Right. And so that's one thing to keep in mind with these episode is I'm trying to have more people on the podcasts that fit this Bill of having deal dealt with both of these things. And now we're all trying to find what does this middle ground? Look like for different people. So no matter what Caitlyn or we talked about this with page when she was on the podcast to no matter what is working for them. Sure. That might work for you, but it also might look completely different. So I don't want you to take what any one person says, not only on this podcast on any other. Podcast or any other person that has this kind of experience just because that is the exact thing that's working for them, even if they do have a very similar background to you of say they have Hashi motos, and they also have this background of chronic dieting, or eating disorders, of where wherever it is, even though you have Mace, have some commonality with the symptoms that you're experiencing from the auto immune disease, or whatever it is. That doesn't mean that your general food guidelines are going to look the same even with those similarities in your health condition so little offhand topic there. But then with Caitlin stories specifically throw another massive debilitating wrench into the equation. If you have ever experienced some kind of trauma for Caitlin it was not only the stress of moving to a foreign country completely away from home and some bad breakup, but also losing her only sibling to opioid overdose. So we're chatting about how all of these things impacted her recovery. And also the most helpful resources that she used to help get through these tough times. Welcome to the podcast. So for people who have not met you before. Please introduce yourself a little bit. So you are a functional nutritionist and Rakia healer, I tell you not yourself and what that means. So I'm Caitlyn. Agains also known as be nerdy nutritionist. I recently earned my master's degree and functional nutrition from h like you and I just got my license son and my CNS. So I did. All those things and are real person. I am. Yes. Now, I can think all things. And then I also my first or my second year at age, I did level one Ricky healing. So I became certified as Ricky healer. And so what that means again. So Rakyat essentially, it was to healing practice that originated in Japan in the early nineteen hundreds and Ray means universal life force in key means essence of individual conflict Chee in acupuncture, in so what it is. It's just like noninvasive light touch on lake on the body. Obviously, you're closed in everything, and it can be for people or animals. And so it's essentially like jump starts a person's own energy like he'll link or healing system, through it aims to detect and correct any kind of energy imbalances in the mind, body and spirit. How'd you get into that Hamal? I've always sleek, not always, but like when I started really getting into light Neutra. Shannon, and like more of a holistic lifestyle I learned about Rakia few years prior to starting school. And I was so fascinated by that. And also in a lot of different spiritual healing methods in general. I was just very my mind. I was pretty lake open minded to all these different things when I heard about it a night heard that there were some people locally, who taught classes I was like I jumped on that now was like I gotta do this. And I also was looking for ways to heal myself because really raking first and foremost, his like for yourself end. That's what we were taught is to do your self Frankie practice every single day to kind of in it really made a difference in my life, cool. Awesome. Yes. So backtracking a little bit. Like, why, why did you get so interested in nutrition to the point where you will, like, yeah, this is what I wanna do like I want to become a practitioner. So it kind of took a while to get there. But so in two thousand twelve hundred thirteen I was teaching English in South Korea and. And I was either I was like at a kind of the road, I was like, I'm gonna either resign in stay here another year or I'm going to go back to the states in go get my master's degree. And I knew that I was really into. Honestly, I didn't know that. I wanted to do nutrition. But I knew that I wanted my master's in. I was like, I'm interested in food, and all this stuff, and I was looking into I'm like I just chose it. I'm going to do that. But then when I moved back to the states, I moved to Houston thinking, I was gonna do like your traditional nutritionist degree type thing. I looked it up. I didn't it didn't resonate with me like the traditional like my plate, the food pyramid. And he the live at milk and all that stuff. So I was like I can't do this. So I've been searched for schools that were more integrative in had like the same kind of mindset that I did. And from there, a just like I started kind of digging into the research in trying to heal myself, I had some kind. Kind of I developed food sensitivities in allergies, when I was about twenty years old. So it's fan. Almost a tenure journey for me to try to figure out, I guess what foods work for me and to find that food freedom, kind of thing. And so I guess that that's just kind of wet started at all was, you know, trying to heal myself looking into getting really into blogs, and, you know, Instagram and all that stuff in it, sorta falling people and I was like, oh my God. This is so pool and we can talk about it later but I was doing like the whole thirty end twenty one day sugar detox in weren't we all yet we were. But then when I when I found results for me, as far as I kind of heal myself I wasn't feeling sick all the time. I was eating really well whole foods. Yes. I did lose weight. But it wasn't like dramatic at first I felt really good about myself. And I was like I believe that I can help other people do the same thing and my biggest passion kind of above all, this working with, like adults is working with children in educating them, like working in the lunchroom's and changing the lunchroom food and stuff like that. So I'm just really passionate on that side. Yeah. Yes. So what we're the kinds of symptoms that you were experiencing that then, once you went down this rabbit hole, like research in blogs, and everything you're like, oh, these might be food sensitivities, but what was coming up for you before you figured out that, that's what it was severe physically. I was me and my girlfriend at the time we were in college, you know, we were going on all the time and eating out and drinking and all. All that stuff. And you know, I had that typical college diet lifestyle cereal op cards Rama noodles writing theory the air. Yes. Of course. And then I started every time we would go out to eat, or I would eat something I literally felt nauseous, like I might cheek started to flush. I started getting like lightheaded dizzy, and my like I was start celebrating and I needed to go throw up immediately and it was with everything, though, I mean, anything that, especially, you know, anything with cream or dairy all the bread things wine all the things it just like made me feel really bad in. So I was like, I don't know what's wrong with me. Like I couldn't keep anything down inside, eventually went to the doctor and get tested and they came back with itchy ease. So people don't know. That's like your true allergy. I was alerted to everything I felt like it was allergic to life. You know, Brad milk dairy eggs, beef pork all the all the things. But then looking back now. And with. I have that would just show that I have severe in impermeability in, you know, had some gut issues for sure. Yeah. Yes. Always going to ask, like, we know that as practitioners, but many people don't realize that when you get one of those tests back in it shows that you have a ton of food sensitivities it doesn't mean that you're actually allergic to all those foods. It just means that will one you're sensitive to them right now, but most likely because you have some leaky gutter intestinal permeability going on. And then the answer to that problem of having all these food sensitivities that are causing the symptoms is okay, let's, he'll up the gut, and then you will should be able to eat these things at least in some kind of moderation again, but then it's also backing up from that even more in saying, okay? Well, what caused the gut inflammation league he got in the first place. So were you able to figure out what that was, I would looking back up? Lutely, it was just from a very young age. I you know, my family did the best they could. But we ate vary. You know boxed every. Saying, you know, really poor quality food your hamburger helper. You know talking Denner kits. So I ate really poorly. I also used food as comfort..

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Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Listen, I would own that proudly. I am. My friend Kate. Now we're talking while ago. She's like, I know we're friends because he won't judge me for eating sausage. Breakfast sausages. The best fact isn't that where you mean Kate like match for real, true exhausted? It was true love. Laura, the OG sausage titan. I'm gonna rock that. Thank you. Speak. I guess it was dictation. All right. Yeah. But so maybe start off by just like super-quick. Hey, this is me in the we're gonna go into some on. I can talk about this. Like we're gonna do some myth busting. Why do people suck on Instagram type things? Perfect ready sausage and ready. Okay. Let me start citizens titan. Okay. Okay, go ahead. When you are ready. Me. Yeah. You. Oh, no one else is on this podcast. Thanks for listening to real talk with Dana. If you enjoyed the episode, please, share it with your family, and friends and share the love by throwing us a five star rating in review, on itunes, which will help spread the word and do a small part, correct. All of the fitness and nutrition, misinformation or bullshit. That's out there, which is only causing people to become more unhealthy come anywhere at real food with Dana on Instagram Facebook. Joined the real talk with Dana Facebook group. For more support and discussion on these episodes and come hang out over on real food with Dana dot com for the show notes and totally epic and delicious recipes.

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Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"A taboo subject in. It's it's yeah. I think it needs to be discussed more. For sure. Well, I know we're running kind of over, and I know you have to get back to a client to client. So thank you so much for coming on again. Of course as love when we shot. So it before I let you go. Please up people know all of the places where they can find you. Sure. So my blog is imperfect page dot com and by Instagram, very easy imperfect page, and if you do subscribe to my blog, I'm gonna start sending out an imperfect insight of the week, obviously, I dig into all sorts of things about holistic nutrition. Also, I do a lot of nontoxic practices on my life. That's helped me with my heating. And then I do share things on more of a meant. Just that entire realm. We're all go ahead and share insights things that I come across that I think would be helpful to people who like reading the healing journey that I'm going through. And also right now, I'm taking on new clients have a few who I just finished with so offering half off my coaching packages. But those are all been discovery calls than I do have engaged on site where you can buy that. So I look forward to connecting with anyone curious about exploring their own healing. If you're dealing with auto, immunity, eating disorders perfectionism or all of the above like, I have. So thank you still for having me. It's such an honor to be here. And I love being able to connect with your listeners. Thanks for listening to real talk with Tina. If you enjoyed the episode, please share it with your family, friends and share the love by throwing us a five star rating in review on itunes, which will help spread the word and do a small part to correct all of the fitness and nutrition misinformation bullshit that's out there, which is only causing people to become more. More unhealthy. Come find me anywhere at real food with Dana on Instagram Facebook joined the real talk with Dana Facebook group for more support and discussion on these episodes and come hang out over on real food with Dana dot com for the show notes and totally epic and delicious recipes.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Welcome back to the real talk with Dana podcast where we talk all things nutrition health, fitness and mindset with a healthy side of sarcasm. I'm your host Dana Montes of real food with sina, I'm nutritionist and body image coach teaching women how to heal their relationship with booth in their bodies. Ditch the die cycle for good and truly thrive with real food. One delicious meal at a time. Hey bear internet. So I have a bonus episode for you today because I was feeling really inspired yesterday when I was talking to and ranting with one of my friends about this topic. And I was like, hey, I turn it into an Instagram post in you guys really seem to like it. Why don't I turn it into a podcast too? So I was chatting, okay, honestly, ranting with Laura from the sausage Titian who I Pat on the podcast before. And we decided that we all need to start talking about diets like drug commercials. You know, the ones that sound great that promised to fix all of your problems until you get to the terrifying list of potential side effects that are listed in extremely fast foist over fashion. This is actually a running joke in my family because anytime one of those commercials comes on I have been known to do my own voiceover of. Oh, here's all the problems that we've promised you to fix, but actually the drugs going to make them worse. At could result in even worsening symptoms at death. And this is not to say that medications are not helpful and that we shouldn't have medications, and obviously you need to list all the potential side effects for these medications because companies have been sued over this. But here's the thing because have you ever actually listened to those prescription drug commercials. Because like I said, they promise you one thing to aid whatever symptom, you're experiencing, but then in the side effects part, which they tried to read over super fast. You don't actually hear or pay attention to them. Have you noticed that some of the side effects actually include a worsening of the very symptoms that you're taking the drug four and some side effects that are even worse than the initial symptoms. And the reason that you wanted to seek out this drug in the first place. So this is where the connection with diets comes in because while many people go on diets for weight loss, you're actually getting way more than that. And depending on which one you pick and how long you do it for the way. More part is not. Really a positive thing. And we're so we're talking about the type in dosage if you will. And there's a reason that going back to the drug companies they say that you should ask your doctor. If this drug is right for you. There's a reason why you shouldn't just jump on any elimination diet or fad diet, or whatever it is. Because what about your unique health history, your family history or genetics food allergies or sensitivities bloodwork everything that makes you an unique little snowflake in this world. Why do think there are million and one diets and diet books out there because depending on the person something different will work for everyone? Which is also exactly why you should run in the other direction like the night. King is coming for you. If you have any practitioner influence or so called nutrition expert that says this is the one and only diet or extra exercise plan or supplement for anyone and everyone will guaranteed it's going to fix all of your cages trust me it. Well, you only have to spend hundreds of dollars on my program to get the results. You have to believe me. Have you seen all my before? And after transfer. Mation Tuesday pictures. I swear it's the best thing ever. That's my first of my mini rents for today. And so I thought it would be fun to give you guys might own version of a diet slash drug commercial, and this can be any fill in the latest fad diet commercial. This is obviously completely exaggerated and sensationalized because Hello, it's me. But you get the idea, and it is way more fun. I have to say doing this on a podcast and on Instagram because I actually get to do the fun drug commercial voices. All right. So here we go and feel free to make fun of me afterwards for whatever voice. I choose to use. Because I don't really know what's going to come out right now. So are you ready for quick fix weight loss to get rid of all of your inflammation and stress and body fat and food sensitivities and live your happiest life, ever talk to your doctor who most likely has very Niddle nutrition training to see if this diet is right for you side effects may include also interlude here. I was totally thinking of reading these in voiceover voice similar to the drug commercials as fast as humanly possible. But then you probably would have missed half of this information. So if you want maybe listened once at regular speed, and then go back and listen on like double or triple the speed, and you'll get the idea also disclaimer here, this does not include specific therapeutic diets that are done for legitimate, medical reasons, like the Keita genyk diet for autism or epilepsy. Which is initially what it was created for. Okay. Disclaimers over let's do this side effects of dieting may include initial weight loss with a side of being totally metabolic screwed and a completely destroyed relationship with food in your body, which by the way, who knows how long it's going to take you to fix because this diet or doing any other diet. Sure as hell is not gonna fix it. So good luck there because we just screwed you up. Sorry, sucker, we got your money. And we're going to continue playing off your insecurity saying that it's your own damn fault that you failed and not the diets vaults. Spoiler alert. It really is our fault the dice fault. But we're not going to tell you that. No. Oh, okay. More side effects, insulin resistance when going to low carb for too long. Wait, isn't this? The opposite of what you were going for with low carb. Ha got you again digestive distress when existing higher fat foods do going low fat for too long even more digest distressed from eating too much protein and even more digestive distress from taking to many supplements or weight loss pills. Basically all of the digestive issues for you to look forward to then inevitable. Wait rebound from too much, caloric restriction. Or yo yo dieting also yo don't yo yo dieting can be assigned effect. And you feel like you can never get out of this cycle disordered eating potentially leading to eating disorders and feeling the need to control your food at all times feeling completely out of control around food while still trying to control it inability to savor the pleasures of eating not knowing what to eat. If you can't log it in my fitness, pal. Not knowing what hunger really feels like anymore body Dismore via which is always fun low to no energy severe nutrient and mineral deficiencies and malnutrition and symptoms resulting from these being hungry. All. The time constantly thinking about food, and when you can eat next what you can eat next. And how many grams of everything is in the food. You can eat next fix Asian on forbidden foods, or no foods that you keep telling yourself, you shouldn't eat leading to food obsession and guilt anytime, you do eat them also known as getting caught in the shame spiral losing all of your friends because you keep bringing your scale to weddings and events. This is a great one from Laura losing all of your friends because you won't stop talking about your diet or your new exercise fad like you're trying to sell them a crop used car fearing social events because of the foods that will be available having about whether or not you will eat those foods, and then more anxiety about what people will think of you. If you eat those foods loss of your menstrual cycle or irregular menstrual cycles decline in thyroid and adrenal hormones and many other health issues which also plays into metabolic, adaptation, and adaptive Thermo Genesis hair thinning and loss. Cold hands and feet inability to regulate your body temperature. Oh, and don't forget an eventual decrease in performance in strength because you're under eating. Also, realizing that you're not actually happy or more confident despite the initial weight loss because you realize that losing the weight wouldn't fix all of your problems as you hoped. It would. Oh, and it's not a diet. It's a lifestyle. So what you're really saying is I'm going to be experiencing all of these side effects for life. Great can't wait. So that's the end of my diet commercial. I hope you guys enjoyed it. This is a little bit obviously, different from my typical podcasts episodes, but I really enjoyed it. So, hey, maybe I will do more things like this. I would love to know from you guys. What did I miss what other side effects? Should I have included in here? And I can include them in the comments for the podcast or hey, maybe recorded part too. So feel free to Email me DM me on Instagram anywhere. You can find me I would love to hear your feedback. And this was quite the rant of short episode. I would love to know what you guys think if you loved it. If you hate it. If you hate it, please don't leave me a one star rating on itunes. That's just mean. But. Hey, if you loved it that would really help other people find the show, and that would be great or honestly rate it review it wherever you listen to podcasts to help get the word out share it with family friends on Instagram wherever honestly word of mouth is the best to help squash all of the nutrition and fitness BS out there one conversation at a time, and we will be back next week with our regularly scheduled programing in my non fake commercial voices. Sieg is then thanks for listening to real talk with Dana. If you enjoy the episode, please share it with your family and friends and share the love by throwing us a five star rating in review on itunes, which will help spread the word and do a small part. Correct. All of the fitness and nutrition misinformation or bullshit that's out there, which is only causing people to become more unhealthy. Come find me anywhere at real food with Dana on Instagram Facebook joined the real talk with Dana Facebook group for more support and discussion on these episodes and come hang out over on real food with Dana. Dot com for the show notes and totally epic and delicious recipes.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Your support. Network to fall back on. Yeah. Exactly gone. It's like, oh my God. I can't imagine why I love going to the gym by I can't imagine, you know, taking six months off from working out at all because I've been athlete my whole life. So which it that's something that that I think would really I would really struggle with you might not even need to do that. Right. It might just be scaling back. The number of times, you go and also scaling back the intensity when you go or maybe for a little while like just doing one or two Crawford workout too week and then doing like to barbell days, and then the other days you like find a yoga studio or something 'cause the one the one stake. I did make is when I stopped going to the gym for like that period of six months. I was the same thing. I'd been an athlete my entire life from what I was like six all the way up until that point Alek twenty five I guess it was and it got to the point. We're like all of my friends had been at the gym. And I felt like really lonely because I wasn't going. So I would avoid that if you can. Then you're on social media. And you see everybody down like, oh my gosh. Social media gamble that actually done in a poverty me this fall because I was like really sick with the flu or something for like two weeks. So I could not go to the gym. And then the joke the day that I got back in the gym. I dropped a dumbbell on my hand. And my finger split open. I had to get stitches. So obviously couldn't do anything because I had I couldn't use my hand for the first week. I couldn't even get my heart rate up because the stitches would a burst open, and then the second week I could barely touch anything with that finger. So that it was like a whole month of not really being able to do anything in the gym. And I was like legit depressed. Yeah. I can't even imagine. I mean, even whenever Iowa's dealing with the injury while I was marathon training. I was so hard headed I trained through it. But like looking back. I'm like, wow. I should've just taken that time to just chill out. I'll read a book 'cause I don't think I would have gotten a journal fatigue. Honestly, it just a life. Those things how men hindsight is twenty twenty. Thanks for listening to real talk with Dana. If you enjoy the episode, please share it with your family and friends and share the love by throwing us a five star rating in review on itunes, which will help spread the word and do a small part to correct all of the fitness and nutrition misinformation bullshit that's out there, which is only causing people to become more unhealthy. Come find me anywhere at real food with Dana on Instagram Facebook joined the real talk with Dana Facebook group for more support and discussion on these episodes and come hang out over on real food with Dana dot com for the show notes and totally epic and delicious recipes.

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"dana" Discussed on V103

V103

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"dana" Discussed on V103

"Dana. I. Wake up. This is Eric. Hey, this is.

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