21 Burst results for "Dental Plaque"

"dental plaque" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Tuesday kurt occurs the dental type actually in hypocrites tooth decay and in addition the dental plaque is like a gatekeeper allowing the minerals that are dissolved in our saliva to get through its protective Barrier and get into the root of the tooth mineralized necessary twenty four hours a day seven days a week so dental plaque is healthy until it's not and they come unhealthy based on the types of foods. We eat the health of our gut garden of bacteria and other factors that affect the gut like stress over exercise and poor sleep habits. Your are a myriad of things that can affect the bacteria in the gut not just food if we can put these things together. We want to add this healthy biofilm protecting the tooth gum margin forever. It doesn't stay that way. You can get unhealthy and we have to be aware of how it is getting unhealthy and how we can make it healthy again. What's the measuring point. Or wh what point. You say my teeth look like they have a little too much plaque. Which leads me to this question. I've always and i'm shocked by what you just told me. By the way. I had no idea that plaque was good for us. Did you know that junior. I was always told it was bad. Yeah yeah so much. So that i used to get my teeth cleaned like every four months. Is that too much for some people. Stephanie too much some for other people that are not healthy with their gut healthy with their diet. You might need your teeth cleaned every two or three months. Wow because it is unhealthy. And you're not getting it under control. Well speaking of god. I gotta give a shout out for a company that you and i both love and both used their product enviro monica. It's such an awesome country. A country said country. Well i did say it the company but yeah tariff laura is an amazing company. Reviver matica tariff. Laura is just one of their products. They have several different like immune deep immune health and you know. They have women's daily and all kinds. But it's it's really a great company. And i know that you are you that everyday. Yeah i do too terrified. Beetham unite apples every day. Yeah so so. Let's talk about what is happening in the gut microbiome that has an effect on the plaque in our mouth. Yeah this is very interesting and it's controversial. So i'm going to be a little controversial only because a lot of people don't understand the research by the gut microbiome. The garden of bacteria in our in our god is approximately thirty eight trillion cells keys and we only have thirty some trillion human cells so we are more bacterial than human cells and these bacteria and we have. Many many species are working in conjunction to keep our healthy our health a In place stimulates and maintains a healthy immune system and it helps to prevent leakage from the gut into the bloodstream. Called a leaky gut. Now when that gut microbiome is unhealthy because of maybe poor choices maybe other factors glysophate that. You're going to talk about an hour huge. I it is all of these individual irritants like a splinter in your finger could cause damage to the gut microbiome. When that happens the immune system starts to over work itself to try to get this damage under control and it fails because the damage is persistent and there is chronic inflammation that occurs a leaky gut. Meaning this inflammation and toxic material gets into the bloodstream. It affects every organ system including the mouth and it changes the composition of the bacteria and the now to become unhealthy other words potentially bad guys potentially pathogenic bacteria over grow and then caused gum inflammation and bleeding in increases tooth decay and a variety of other potentially damaging structures. Well let me ask you. Why but gut bacteria very critical yet. No and you touched on a lot of so so so many important things like the glyphosate. How such disruption to your gut even passing through the brain barrier the book toxic toxic legacy. You have to get a copy dr l. You if you haven't already received wander bought one by stephanie. If a phd. It's an amazing book. Everyone in this country should read it. It's a wakeup call once again But i wanted to ask you a question quickly before we go to break and get to the four steps of of what we need to do to have a healthy mouth. Is it okay to like swisher. Mouth with hydrogen peroxide. Is that a good thing to do. Okay i'll stop doing. That is good about infection and inflammation and you need something therapeutic. Maybe a week to ten days. I just good but long-term is an indiscriminate. Anti microbial kills a lot of good back as well. As bad bacteria allows actually used to overgrowth. You've used for too long periods of time. Okay so once in a while. Maybe once a week. It's so refreshing. Well i would never do actually only if you have infection. No i would never use that and i don't use any anti microbial mouthwashes ever daily basis because it's damaging to the healthy gut I mean the healthy bacteria in the mouth. We don't wanna kill the good stuff. We bad stuff got under control. I don't. I don't have any infection in my mouth. That i know of it just feels good and it makes my teeth white. Yeah but but we've got we've got a great show continuing on with dr l. Dannenberg everyone stay tuned. More coming up. We're going to be going through the four steps of a.

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"dental plaque" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"At with junior in the mix and Dr Al Dannenberg. We are live from Dallas, Texas and I heart media, as well as KMT in Southern California on ABC News talk was going to ask if you wanted to dance Doctor Al. That's one of my favorite songs to dance to I love to show you a few moves. The emergence right numerous. I'd love to, Although going very nicely. You are hell. And your story, As I said, is remarkable if you're just if you're just now joining us Dr Al unit was a periodontist, certified functional medicine practitioner and adapt trained health, professional and certified primal health coach and has survived terminal cancer. I mean, you you you were. You were on the you know you had you had three pause in the grave. If it was in hostage you were in a hospice. Yeah. August 2019. Yep. Yep. Yeah, it was pretty crazy around. Yeah, you did. And it's so glad I'm so Oh, my gosh, I remember the day we got the call, Um And where we were even sitting and I was like, won't want one. It was just like I felt so bad. It's just It's hard to face things like that. But my goodness, you have fought tooth and nail. I mean, your knuckles must be bleeding. But look at you. I mean, it's an amazing story, right? I just love it. I think so. Yes. Okay, So, so let's let's let's talk about the steps to a healthy mouth. There are four of them. So, uh, are they in order of importance? Or or just no, No, Not really. I see these four as integrated important not to be done one right after the other, but I think off or need to be done. This is my opinion. Um, obviously, that everything is mine. And so I think that number one. We want to remove that unhealthy dental plaque. How do you know general flag is unhealthy? Well when it starts to accumulate and get Very, um thick. Obviously, there's an abundance of them A black You can remove that surface dental plaque without removing the underlying healthy general plan, which is part of what's called the Dental telecyl. Um, if you have any redness in the gum, tissue information or any bleeding Anywhere in your mouth. You definitely have unhealthy dental black and you do have a early stage, at least in early stage of gum disease. There are statistics that show 94% of the US population has some form of at least a little inflammation and or bleeding in the mouth. That should never be there. So how do you start getting rid of it first? Clean between the teeth. Dental floss is great to clean and remove, um, fiber, fibrous foods that get stuck between the contacts of cities. And then there's a little type of inter proximal dental cleaner, which is like a little toothpick that has All the kind of bristles so will not irritate the gum. Very, very tiny. Two companies making one is called TP. Easy Pick. Another is gun soft, thick and you literally like you would take a toothpick. Clean between the teeth window with it can't think it's too hard could be damaging. But these actually rub between the seas where the gun needs to tune in and out and you'll remove the excess mental black. It will not remove the underlying healthy, gentle telecyl. Now, if you actually were to remove the dental Jellicle, that's the basic Form of the plaque that forms and attached to the root of the tooth within 12 hours, it's going to reform, so it's not that big of a deal, but you're not going to be removing it with this type of a little brush. That's how you clean between the teeth and by the way when you flaws. You don't want to lost under the gum because you can cut the gum. Most people don't realize that they create little cleft in the gum it actually aggravate and is allowing more unhealthy dental plaque to accumulate. You can develop gum disease because of that, so you don't want to fall under the gun. I'm glad we Yeah. Yeah, That was one of the things I was going to ask. Because everybody, you know you're you're told. Oh, you've gotta floss in order to be have really healthy teeth. But you can overdo it. As you just said, but number number the guns. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, that's good to know. Number two. You want to brush your teeth on the cheek side and tongue side So you want to use Soft bristle nylon toothbrush. You can use the manual toothbrush. I'm kind of lazy. I like the electric toothbrushes. There are many, many out there. Two of the more famous well research brands are sonic air. And the oral B slash Braun Electric toothbrushes You just places bristles at the gum line, 45 degree angle and mechanically, It'll clean that unhealthy plaque all, uh and you don't have to use toothpaste. But if you want to use toothpaste the The only thing is I like a toothpaste called revising our V. I G I n you can look it up on the Internet. You're writing dot com It has very healthy ingredients. Nothing caustic, nothing toxic, literally swallow of vitamin. It's not going to harm you at all. And then you want to brush your tongue because 80 to 90% of the odor that comes from your mouth comes from the top of your tongue towards your throat so you can take a safer brush. But what I used was very simple is he is a teaspoon invert it. Go way back in your tongue to the top going two years throat just before you're going to gag the these burned down on that surface as I pull it forward when you do that, you'll get a variety of dead. Um, bacteria. Uh, yeah, I know. I know. Food particles are that are breaking down. And that's really what causes most of the bad breath. And the fourth thing I do, which is kind of unique. Um, I use this for based probiotic and I have people. I do this all the time myself just before you're going to go to bed. So you're brushed your teeth, philosophy, your teeth. You clean your teeth with anything that you're going to use, even toothpaste. And then just before you're going to bed Take these two capsules of the score based probiotic. Put it in a little water, maybe a teaspoon of water or maybe a little bit of Himalayan salt water, swish it around and put it in your mouth. I wish it gargle it and swallow it. Now. What's happening here is this and that's not this has not been proven, but it makes sense to me. And there are some research suggesting that this happens the spores literally attached to the dental plaque. That's still around the tooth again. You're not scrubbing it off to remove all the dental plaque. You're not using chemicals to remove the dental plaque, and it actually adheres to the to the dental black. It may enhance the health Of the bacteria in the dental black But even if it didn't when you gargle it it it works on your throat tissues and you could membrane of your throat. And when you swallow it, and now gets into your intestines, But it will get into your intestines Your gut right easier because the castle doesn't have to dissolve. So I do this all the time. I recommend every patient That I've ever discussed this with to do it all the time. So that's four message I think are very helpful and somewhat unique to clean your mouth Apps. I've never heard of that. And by the way, another shout out for environmental because they are spore base. Is that what you use when you Oh, yeah. Okay. Yeah, I like the deeper What do you sport based because it tried the other types. The bacteria, which are good, they'll literally get killed in the stomach acid. It's not going to be beneficial to the got anymore. Yeah, Entire Medica is such a great company. They just are. You know, they just they've been doing it for so long, and they make their own products. By the way. A lot of a lot of companies don't As you know, Dr Al, they make their own, which is important quality companies, high quality. You don't have to worry about. You know any of that coupon stuff. It's just, uh, they they charge what it's worth, you know, with a fair profit. It's a great company. Their prices are pretty reasonable. I I agree. I think that there they actually could charge more for the the quality of the product. And it just got the etc. Award. But I'm looking at the clock and we have to go in just a couple of seconds. Is there anything else you want our listeners to know. Dr L No. I had lots and lots of information on my website, Doctor dannenberg dot com. Everything is available..

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"dental plaque" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"This isn't to say there aren't some really interesting things. Living in the average human home in his book done discussing for instance the therm philip bacteria thermos aquatic which normally thrives in hot springs and geysers specialist in that regard but you can pretty much Rely on the fact that you can find it in your hot water heater. A part of your artificial environment that recreates environmental conditions that it finds favourable. Yeah antho discusses the research on showerheads. Apparently there tends to be a lot of bacteria living in biofilms and biofilms are the these mats that microbes make when they gather and big concentrations for example the the the dental plaque on. Your teeth is a biofilm. These tend to form on showerheads in our showers. We don't know exactly why. But maybe because you know. Hey it's the shower and get cleaned by itself like do. I really need to clean it. it is clean. It's water coming out of it. Exactly it's kind of the the logic that's like. Why would i ever need to wash my bath towels touch me when i'm at my cleanest but anthony quotes noah noah. Fear explaining that win. Hot water suddenly starts shooting out of the shower head. Where these films are perched creates this kind of mist and spray that carries bacteria with it and then of course standing there under the spray in the shower we ingest that spray we breathe it right in and fear says quote. I think it's a really important mechanism by which were exposed to bacteria which okay so you might be thinking again like. Oh my god. My shower head filled with horror. But it's not necessarily a bad thing again. Like exposure to microbes is either neutral or beneficial though. Of course not all of it. Yeah the biofilms in your shower head contain mostly harmless bacteria but it but it. Interestingly enough it includes non tiburcio losses mycobacterium which are relatives of leprosy curriculum. The interesting thing here is that. They're chlorine tolerance so while the chlorine in a major metropolitan water system. Kills a lot of the microorganisms. That it might otherwise be found there. It doesn't hurt. These guys actually creates room for them to grow and thrive so there otherwise quite fair in say well water These i think Read that These biofilms are typically found. In general are found in swamps totally adapted altering between wet and dry conditions. Much like your shower head. But yeah in the natural world. they're just going to have their niche to occupy But we've created an artificial environment where they have room to just really grow and thrive and then of course. It rained down upon us in. There could be health implications about those mycobacterium films. We don't know for sure but there's a there's a possibility anthony talks about She writes quote in fact fair and.

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"dental plaque" Discussed on A Bridge To Wholeness

A Bridge To Wholeness

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on A Bridge To Wholeness

"Really just by the data you don't. Last that goes around. But anyway, so so I know that you know a lot of people. Just they really are not aware and I blame a lot of the food and the sugar industry on this over worse for really rain, washing us into thinking what or teaching what they consider quote, unquote food to be, and so, how do we the government also? The government also supports this concept of food because they had this food, pyramid and food. That's on the bottom is what you should be eating the most those are probably the most unhealthy foods to eat. Basically air body has a blueprint, and it's called our jeans. This genetic materials in our DNA and that genetic material knows what it needs to survive. We can't change that and if we start trying to do this artificially in that artificially, we can get by but to. Eventually breaks down in our audie and eventually different parts, the body based on our genetic genetic predisposition breaks down in in a different way. Our bodies have never been designed. We don't have the genetic material from. From at least one hundred sixty thousand years that will allow our bodies to digest foods. Our bodies cannot digest gluten. It's a fact you. You can say this is not fair. You can say well. Maybe I can cook it a little differently, or I can make it differently or call it a different name, but our body does not digest gluten properly and up story. If you WANNA have gluten, you'll have to suffer the consequences. Are there consequences not immediately because you will eat? Let's say gluten foods every day of every week of every month with every year for decades, and may be all of a sudden you'll gained some weight, or maybe all of a sudden, your blood pressure will go a little, high, or maybe get skin pimples, or whatever for this happens in that happens. All of a sudden case right and all of a sudden decades go by, and then you have a serious problem like a stroke or a heart attack or all of a sudden. You're diagnosed with cancer and you say what changed in my. What did I do to make this happen in the last month because I didn't have at the month before? Guess what you had decades before it never manifested, and it's not obvious you can't have a blood test. For the most part, the tell you if you're gonNA, have a heart attack in five year or five years or ten years or thirty years from the fast food, Burgers and fries and. A soda. So what would you need to do is be aware that your DNA if you're smart enough in proactive enough when you're young, enough, be smart enough to say my DNA cannot eat this kind of food only because it's not human food, no matter what industry packages at beautifully got. You gotta avoid it, so what you have to do, unfortunately is habit tipping point. Something motivates you to make that change because you didn't get that way. Because your parents eight unhealthy and our society is unhealthy, and you and you're probably been fed baby food. That's unhealthy, so you started off unhealthy and you're still more unhealthy as time goes by so my diet is not the Diet. Of the average person of course because it's very specific for hell. Cancer cure although this is what I'm trying to do with it, but it's for health, and when you have a heart attack a stroke cancer, you may all the sudden get motivated to say Oh my God what I've done for the last forty fifty sixty years. I need to change. Sad thing is you can't make that big of a change so quickly and a lot of the things that happened previously over the sixty years may be permanent. You can't change everything. You make the change in your twenties. You're in much better shape to stay healthy then if you make the change when you're seventy, how? At seventy one I made a huge change I. Knew I was healthy, but not as healthy as I needed to be and things, I thought that created, my cancer actually occurred when I was in dental school forty five years ago right so. That started the process I. Didn't know, but I can't change it, but right now. The Diet is critical, so it's a very important anti inflammatory diet getting the gut, microbiome healthy with very specific spore based probiotics, which are the only probiotics that actually get into the intestine and Germany. That's important and some other things that make the the microbiome and gut stay healthy. And then the poss electro magnetic field I use a matt that I sleep on or lay on three or four times. A day generates a very ramonic-. Low frequency waves a pattern that is reminiscent of the human frequencies and it. Relates the cells to repair themselves. This critical guide is critical. It's the protocol, not just diet because every time I. Speak to somebody and they want to get well the very first thing they think. Is If I just changed the way I eat then. I'll get better and ensure that. If you make some really good changes in your nutrition, you can increase your health, but there's more. Oh, APPs lust the nutrition. That's where people. They. They really have a challenging time with it because they don't understand. It's not just about that, and if you get so caught up in it. You humic lack the rest of you. Absolutely. Let me just give you an example. Stress Emotional stress. Most people don't understand. Most physicians don't understand the relationship to stress and chronic disease. Even acute disease, and and I'll give you an example when I was in practice. Fifteen plus years ago, in this situation I was with another on us. A patient came into the office with severe Ginger Hyperplasia. If you know what that is, it's just a lot of really rough rollicking looking gum tissue. almost looks like die. Lantin hyperplasia which is a disease went. From a drug called Die Latin that is used with epilepsy It also looked like a very aggressive form of leukemia that shows in the mouth. It just looked very very ugly, and so of course she wanted to take care of it and the period honest. I was working with looked at her. And, there were no active signs of infection her mouth. Lesions were there, but it didn't really emanate from unhealthy dental plaque, or or or hygiene, so he had her see her physician. They did a whole series of medical tests, and there was no cancer or blood discourages or anything, and she came back to the dental office my day. was working with the period on his. A very good. Person? Able to speak to his patients so well that she confided in him and explain to him that she was working, and this was in Charleston South Carolina she was working in an office where her employer physically and sexually abused her for a long time she had she needed the job she had to deal with. It was under tremendous stress now. Stress does some very very strange things it affects the chemistry's in your blood, and and it affects the gut membrane, and it caught. It caused the membrane to break down, called leaky gut, and you could still have a healthy gut, but if you had this breakdown in the gut lining the stuff inside the guts that should never get out of your body, other than through the anus leaks into your blood system, and create a serious some stomach, infection and inflammation, and if you're genetically prone to these lesions in your mouth made just 'cause it. The matter to station of this infection could be the mouth so. So we call that in Paul Health Education and call that inflammation or or inflammation below the level of pain, so by the time you gross by the time you have pain or the manifestation, it has nowhere else to go out..

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"dental plaque" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Yeah, so all you kids out there that love to eat sand and we're looking for an excuse to stop eating sand there. You Go, yeah. You, get sand in your mouth at the beach. do wash it out if at all possible. Because it gives me the Oliver's to think about the alternative here, so thinking about to what does toothpaste actually do? In fact? Toothpaste does something sort of like the sand in the bread, except hopefully not as harsh on the teeth I, it fulfills functions related to both health and aesthetic, so on the health side it removes the buildup of dental plaque, which is a bacterial biofilm that grows on. On surfaces inside the mouth, such as on teeth, and around the gum line, and that helps prevent tooth, decay and gum disease, but then the aesthetic side of course that it also helps prevent bad breath prevents you know stinky mouth it helps keep the teeth appearing widen healthy, and it also sometimes just provides a pleasant taste, which is actually I think a more important factor in why people use toothpaste. Toothpaste than many of them realize now back on the side. They're a couple different things that it does on one hand. It's an abrasive kind of like the the Sander, the grid or something that helps rub the stuff away in the mouth, and on the other hand. Sometimes it has a chemical AIDS as well like an ingredient might be something like floride. Yes, Floride, That's an essential one as. As, well we'll, we'll get back to the importance of Florida in a bit will yeah that that'll be in the modern section I. We got to tell you about what people used to do to their teeth right and before we do that, we should probably take our first break. When we come back, we will, we will jump.

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"dental plaque" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Today you learn about a trick for conquering sadness. Sadness how neanderthals may have relieved their pain with a familiar drug and the surprising science and how cows talk to each other. Let satisfy some curiosity or as cows might might say mu that is what they would say. Here's a trick. Next time you feel sad give that sadness sadness a name then give it a personality a physical appearance conversational style and maybe a desire seriously. According to recent research and the Journal consumer psychology thinking of your sadness as a person may help you feel less sad. This is basically an extension of what psychologists have known for a while when faced with something challenging. It's good to think about what you would tell a friend to do. You're likely to be more gentle with yourself. Since you're observing the problem at a distance likewise the study found that individuals asked to think of their sadnesses person reported feeling less sad afterward probably because they were able to increase the distance between themselves and their challenging emotions shins. So let's pretend you're feeling sad because you came across Exxon facebook you say to yourself. The sadness named Gwendolyn is jealous that this person has has moved on why his Gwendolyn shown up. Maybe because she's worried she'll be alone forever then you might be able to respond to your sadness thoughtfully and compassionately instead instead of criticizing yourself for feeling it or doing something impulsive but a word of warning. This strategy is specifically for sadness. It could backfire. If it's used on on positive feelings. The researchers found that imagining your happiness as a person will dilute its effects in the same way which you don't want so watch out you could become too powerful bowl for your own good. The researchers also say they just don't know if the same strategy will work for other feelings like guilt or embarrassment. Those feelings are more involved with a self and detaching might not work likewise depression is a much more complex experience and this strategy might be too simple to tackle it but the bottom line seems to to be that distancing yourself from your feelings can help you process challenging emotions so take a step back give your sadness and name and move through it. Good luck. Yeah Good Luck and we've got your number Gwendolyn Wendelin get Outta here. Gwendolyn apologies. If your name is Gwendolyn and you're listening to this know Gwendolyn were harmed in the making making of this podcast when you have a toothache you probably don't blame it on Gwendolyn. You probably reach for pain medication. And according the scientists guess who else did neanderthals samples from neanderthals dental plaque show evidence that sick neanderthals reached for plants lance that contained the active ingredients in aspirin. Here's the deal. A twenty seventeen in international team performed DNA tests on fossils of neanderthal. Not F- The four fossils they tested were between forty two thousand and fifty thousand years old and they came from two different areas to were from speak cave in Belgium and two were from Elsa Dron Cave in Spain in tests of their dental calculus which the hardened results of plaque buildup they found perhaps unsurprisingly that the neanderthals from Belgium eight a different Diet than those from Spain the first subsisting on woolly rhinoceros. Wild sheep and wild mushrooms delicious with the latter relying on a meat free diet of Pine Nuts Moss. Mushrooms and tree bark mildly last delicious in my opinion. But Hey if you're a vegetarian they go one of the Spanish. NEANDERTHALS was not in good shape. The DNA evidence showed he suffered from a dental abscess and and the intestinal parasite known as micro spirit which causes severe diarrhea. He but not his Spanish companion had been eating a steady diet of love. Poplar poplar contains salicylic acid. which is the active ingredient in? You guessed it aspirin even more surprising. The the fossil also showed signs that he had been eating plants covered in penicillin. Mold the source of the Antibiotic Penicillin. That's right this. Neanderthal may have been using a form of an antibiotic that wasn't developed until forty thousand years later a self medicating neanderthal with knowledge of medicinal plants and their various anti inflammatory and pain relieving properties. That certainly in stark contrast to the rather simplistic view of ancient relatives that exists in the popular immagination nation. You know every time I hear about the diets of neanderthals. It's different which makes sense right because depending on where you are in the world you're going to eat different different things and yet we talk about like Paleo humans as all eating the same like Paleo Diet It's not true. I mean like like some were vegetarians. Some eight a lot of carbs some eight a lot of meat some eight mushrooms and woolly rhinoceros. I WANNA start the woolly Rhinoceros Diet. How about that?.

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"dental plaque" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

16:36 min | 3 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is in trouble parliament has passed a law requiring him to seek a deadline extension from the E. U. so either he negotiates a new exit deal in short order or he attempts to defy the law all how is this British melodrama being viewed in Europe well my guest is French ME P. and former Europe minister Natalie the wise for quite a long time view you twenty seven have waiters with a lot of respect with a lot of patience for a clear signal until now we knew what you don't want but we still don't really know what you want that's not wholly laws on hot talk after the news. hello one Danielle Galavant staff with the BBC news the US state of California has passed a bill which significantly expands the rights of so called gig economy workers employed by ride hailing apps such as in back and left Dave Lee reports from San Francisco the business models all of cake economy companies are already under great strain ruble lost more than five billion dollars in the last quarter and learn some estimates suggest that having to treat workers as employees rather than independent contractors could increase costs by as much as thirty percent Hooper and rival ride sharing service lift joined forces they suggested a guaranteed minimum wage of twenty one dollars per hour instead of the sweeping changes the bill would bring that place wasn't enough to sway California Senate and the state's governor Gavin Newsom is expected to soon signed the bill into law US government data shows that the number of Americans without health insurance increased significantly last year for the first time in ten years in what Democrats claim is a sign that the trump administration is eroding health insurance reforms introduced under president Obama his Catalina figures from the census bureau survey revealed that more than twenty seven million US residents or just over eighty percent of the population lacked health insurance coverage in twenty eighteen the democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi accused president trump of sabotaging the affordable Care Act so called a bomb attack which was introduced in twenty ten and extended access to health insurance for poor households health care is expected to be a major issue for Democrats in the twenty twenty presidential elections the government meanwhile pointed to figures showing a drop in poverty as a side its policies are working the Chinese government has confirmed that it is detained a Taiwanese businessmen who went missing off to visiting Hong Kong it said he's being held on suspicion of endangering national security. from Taiwan Cindy sue reports Taiwanese businessmen Morrison the also known as the non Jews went missing on the twentieth of August after entering southern China singeing city he had gone to see protesters in Hong Kong two days earlier and have taken pictures of them as well as Chinese military vehicles at the border and sent them to his friend a Taiwanese township chief China's announcement today that Mister Lee is being investigated for allegedly carrying out activities that endanger national security came as a shock to his friends and family who say he was an ordinary businessman who was not involved in politics a fire to Space Center in Japan has forced the cancellation of the launch of a rocket bound for the international space station the blaze broke out at the launch pad on the southwestern island of tonic Ashima early on Wednesday morning covering the scheduled departure of the unmanned Kamatari eight white storks spacecraft well news from the BBC. the body of Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe is being flown home from Singapore for burial in his home country Mr Mugabe who died on Friday at the age of ninety five had been receiving hospital treatment in Singapore he'll be given a state funeral in Zimbabwe on Saturday before being buried on Sunday. the Foreign Secretary of the Philippines says U. N. investigators will not be given access to carry out an inquiry into the Philippines violence war on drugs tell you do read look seen cool the investigators Wannstedt's who had already judge the situation. Arab countries have condemned the pledge by the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu that if he's reelected next week he'll apply Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley part of the occupied west bank Saudi Arabia called is a dangerous escalation against the Palestinians and a flagrant violation of the United Nations charter the Arab league described Mr Netanyahu's plan as a question the chief Palestinian negotiator Sahib Erekat said the proposal would be a war crime Husein how TV is a form of Palestinian national authority minister and impractical terms the possibilities of two state solution and since then the two state solution is the only possible solution then it's remorse for awhile the possibilities of peaceful settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians it's with us too I once the three on the P. into on apartheid at one stage three on that you would apply but the Syrians and Israelis are living under the sun sets of rules in the same country between the sea and that about. scientists have found the earliest die rechte evidence of milk consumption by prehistoric FAMAS from Britain the research team identified milk protein within the dental plaque of teeth found three sites in England Schering humans were consuming dairy products as early as six thousand years ago BBC news. welcome to heart talk on the BBC world service for me Stephen sack my against today is an influential new comma and the European Parliament not to leave the wise is a French diplomats turned politician who is a close ally of president Emmanuel my chrome and was France's minister for Europe before winning a seat in the European Parliament for Mister Michaels on March party ms one zero is already very familiar with the issue that promises to dominate the next few weeks in both London and Brussels namely the protracted torturous and uncertain politics all of brexit British prime minister Boris Johnson is committed to taking Britain out of the E. U. by the end of October but the British parliament has done its best to thwart him by passing a law requiring him to seek a deadline extension rather than make a note deal exit and what will the E. U. twenty seven do in response to this British melodrama well not to legalize joins me now from Brussels welcome to hard to walk hello. I want to pick you up on something you said yesterday in fact you told us all a break suit madness how would you characterize this madness who exactly is mad. well first and foremost I would say that even if we respect the decision of the British people was still regretted very much because at the moment in history well there is a need for unity where we have big powers throughout the globe which are not always supporting all of our priorities the choice of being more isolated and weak than what the U. K. is right now is difficult to understand and if I was a British citizen I would certainly off myself is it exactly what we wanted that is going to happen you all of this because not a British engineer or a French politician looking at Britain's so I'm just wondering when you talk about brexit madness whether that is your judgment on the first few weeks of Boris Johnsons premiership because he is the new factor in all of this is in the. well for quite a long time do you you twenty seven have waiters with a lot of respect with a lot of patience and with a lot of concern for a clear signal from the United Kingdom until now we know what you don't want. but we still don't really know what you want and especially now we know that the British parliament once an extension but we don't know what for. we know that the British parliament doesn't want a new deal and we do understand why. all we know that the British prime minister wants to leave do or die on October the thirty first so forgive me if I say that it is near not exactly clear where you want to head and how you want to leave the European Union. no you lay out very succinctly some of the varying political currents in London right now but my question to you comes back to prime minister Boris Johnson because he is the new factor in this protracted brexit Max I think we can call it and he says and he said it again yesterday in Dublin when talking to the leader of the Irish government he said he overwhelmingly once a negotiated deal do you believe him. the question is not exactly whether we believe him or not but I might say that time not lost in translation because we have a British prime minister saying that he doesn't want election but still pushing for elections saying that he wants to deal that he's negotiator comes to Brussels and provides was no proposal no why you D. strictly nothing to replace the withdrawal agreement so it's a little bit confusing and indeed it doesn't really help to build trust well the government led by Boris Johnson say's and ministers repeat this that they are now straining every sinew to strike a new agreement with the European Union negotiators in Brussels they say the old withdrawal agreement cannot stand then as you well know the the the the prime concern they have is over the so called Irish backstop that is the plan to avoid a hall border in Ireland so they say we have steering us negotiations about a different withdrawal agreement to your knowledge is that true or not true if you remember Boris Johnson first said that he will not come to Paris all belly no Brussels until we abandoned the backstop then he changed his mind and he came to Paris and two billion and to be our it's saying that he wanted to deal and chancellor Merkel as well as possible marcole told him well come with ID's come with proposals which are credible which respects the priorities that we set to gather no hard border on the island of Ireland protection of the good. Friday agreement peace stability on the island of Ireland and consistency of the single market. so far I haven't heard Michelle about on the aid the European negotiator coming back to us and saying yes there on new credible proposals respecting this red lines but let me let me just clear of a couple of points of detail on island and then we can move on but first of all there is mooted in London now the possibility that Boris Johnson over the next few days we'll suggested to the European negotiating team that Britain lights except some form of Northern Ireland only back store that is that the British would accept that Northern Ireland would abide by the regulates re us framework of the single market in the customs union the the rest of the United Kingdom would not in their body they would be some sort of regulate Surrey border if you like notional border along the Irish Sea would that be acceptable to the European Union if you remember this was precisely the proposal from the U. twenty seven in the first place when we were negotiating with prime minister may the first version of the backstop was Northern Ireland only interim self regulatory alignment was the rest of the European Union at that time a twist changed due to the British negotiator in to customs union folder one of the United Kingdom we of course have no problem with a rune proposal that's now having said that will know that the devil is in the details and I have not seen and I have not heard offer precise proposal of Boris tunes just one other thing on island which puzzles me the European union's say is that if there is a no deal exit on the thirty first of October then they will have to be a hall. the border between north in Ireland and the Irish Republic to protect from the the single market. but that's strange because the British government say there's no way that they're going to build the infrastructure of a hog border on the Europeans at the same time say oh well if infrastructure is put on the border that will threaten the Good Friday peace agreement and stability in Ireland so is the E. you seriously saying that it is going to put infrastructure on the border and there by a frightened the peace agreement in Ireland is not what the E. U. wants all what do you want is pretty clear it is within the was sort of Greenland which we adopted and of course we don't want a new deal and we don't want to hog border but coming to Downing Street comes with responsibilities the British prime minister cannot say that he seriously considered as a new deal and say at the same time that he has no interest in the protection of his own borders when breaks it's was supposed to be about taking back control so it sounds weird to me to say well I am taking decisions but all I'm not interested in consequences. let's get away from the detail and told politics is it true to say and you are a very close ally of his that president president Emmanuel mackerel has tired of this entire brexit process and just wants to see Britain out as soon as possible well all if you listen to everything that was said by Emmanuel my queen for a two years he has repeatedly said that he would prefer having the United Kingdom inside the European Union because we face challenges together in terms of security in terms of the fence in terms of trade or environment climate change all these huge challenges which yes my dress hi when I do a unity I do understand that. I may just make this very clear he's also said on the Senate again offered seeing Boris Johnson we are not we are not going to go through this sort of crisis every few months which indicates to me that when people talk of a of a two or three month extension after October thirty first the French are really against it all I would not advise that you single out one member states compared to all those we have been United from the one on brexit not against the United Kingdom but in favor of the solution that protects the interested all.

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"Coming up after the news on the BBC world service it's hard with me Stephen sacker British prime minister Boris Johnson has positioned himself as the country's brexit champion but his pledge to take Britain out of the E. U. on October the thirty first is in trouble parliament has passed a law requiring him to seek a deadline extension from the E. U. so either he negotiates a new exit deal in short order or he attempts to defy the law all how is this British melodrama being viewed in Europe well my guest is French and me P. and former Europe minister Natalie the wise for quite a long time do you you twenty seven have waiters with a lot of respect with a lot of patience for a clear signal until now we knew what you don't want but we still don't really know what you want that snout holy laws on hot talk after the news. hello one Danielle yeah we'll get slapped with the BBC news the US state of California has passed a bill which significantly expands the rights of so called gig economy workers employed by ride hailing apps such as in back and left Dave Lee reports from San Francisco the business models all of gig economy companies are already under great strain ruble lost more than five billion dollars in the last quarter and learn some estimates suggest that having to treat workers as employees rather than independent contractors could increase costs by as much as thirty percent Hooper and rival ride sharing service lift joined forces they suggested a guaranteed minimum wage of twenty one dollars per hour instead of the sweeping changes the bill would bring that place wasn't enough to sway California Senate and the state's governor Gavin Newsom is expected to soon signed the bill into law US government data shows that the number of Americans without health insurance increased significantly last year for the first time in ten years in what Democrats claim is a sign that the trump administration is eroding health insurance reforms introduced under president Obama his Catalina figures from the census bureau survey revealed that more than twenty seven million US residents or just a the eight percent of the population lacks health insurance coverage in twenty eighteen the democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi accused president trump of sabotaging the affordable Care Act so called obamacare which was introduced in twenty ten and extended access to health insurance for poor households health care is expected to be a major issue for Democrats in the twenty twenty presidential elections the government meanwhile pointed to figures showing a drop in poverty as a side its policies are working the Chinese government has confirmed that it is detained a Taiwanese businessmen who went missing off to visiting Hong Kong it said he's being held on suspicion of endangering national security. from Taiwan Cindy sue reports Taiwanese businessmen worsen the also known as the man she went missing on the twentieth of August after entering southern China sentient city he had gone to see protesters in Hong Kong two days earlier and had taken pictures of them as well as Chinese military vehicles at the border and sent them to his friend a Taiwanese township chief China's announcement today that Mister Lee is being investigated for allegedly carrying out activities that endanger national security came as a shock to his friends and family who say he was an ordinary businessman who was not involved in politics a fire to Space Center in Japan has forced the cancellation of the launch of a rocket bound for the international space station the blaze broke out at the launch pad on the southwestern island of tonic Ashima early on Wednesday morning covering the shuttle departure of the unmanned Kamatari eight white storks spacecraft well news from the BBC. the body Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe is being flown home from Singapore for burial in his home country Mr Mugabe who died on Friday at the age of ninety five had been receiving hospital treatment in Singapore he'll be given a state funeral in Zimbabwe on Saturday before being buried on Sunday. the Foreign Secretary of the Philippines says U. N. investigators will not be given access to carry out an enquiring into the Philippines violence war on drugs tell you do were looks seem cool the investigators Wannstedt's who had already judge the situation. Arab countries have condemned the pledge by the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu that if he's reelected next week he'll apply Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley part of the occupied west bank Saudi Arabia called is a dangerous escalation against the Palestinians and a flagrant violation of the United Nations charter the Arab league described Mr Netanyahu's plan as a question the chief Palestinian negotiator side Erekat said the proposal would be a war crime Husein how TV is a form of Palestinian national authority minister. in practical terms the possibilities of two state solution and since then the two state solution is the only possible solution then it's remorse for awhile the possibilities of peaceful settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians will discuss it to a one state reality into on apartheid at one stage three on that you were buying but the Syrians and Israelis are living under the sun sets of rules in the same country between the sea and better but and scientists have found the earliest die rechte evidence of milk consumption by prehistoric FAMAS from Britain the research team identified milk protein within the dental plaque of teeth found at three sites in England showing humans were consuming dairy products as early as six thousand years ago BBC news welcome to heart talk on the BBC world service from me Stephen sack my guest today is an influential new comma and the European Parliament not to leave the wise is a French diplomats turned politician who is a close ally of president Emmanuel my chrome and was France's minister for Europe before winning a seat in the European Parliament for Mister Michaels on marsh party ms one zero is already very familiar with the issue that promises to dominate the next few weeks in both London and Brussels namely the protracted torturous and then certain politics all of brexit British prime minister Boris Johnson is committed to taking Britain out of the E. U. by the end of October but the British parliament has done its best to thwart him by passing a law requiring him to seek a deadline extension rather than make a note deal exit and what will the E. U. twenty seven do in response to this British melodrama well not to legalize joins me now from Brussels welcome to harm to walk hello. I want to pick you up on something you said yesterday in fact you tool called a brick city madness how would you characterize this madness who exactly is mad. well first and foremost I would say that even if we respect the decision of the British people was still regretted very much because at the moment in history well there is a need for unity where we have big powers throughout the globe which are not only supporting all of our priorities the choice of being more isolated and weak than what the U. K. is right now is difficult to understand and if I was a British citizen I would certainly off myself is it the exactly what we wanted that is going to happen you all of these couples not a British a Disney or a French politician looking at Britain's so I'm just wondering when you talk about brexit madness whether that is your judgment on the first few weeks of Boris Johnsons premiership because he is the new factor in all of this is in the. well for quite a long time do you you twenty seven have waiters with a lot of respect with a lot of patience and with a lot of concern for a clear signal from the United Kingdom until now we knew what you don't want. but we still don't really know what you want and especially now we know that the British parliament once an extension but we don't know what for. we know that the British parliament doesn't want a new deal and we do understand why. all we know that the British prime minister wants to leave do or die on October the thirty first so forgive me if I say that it is not not exactly clear where are you willing to head and how you want to leave the European Union. no you lay out very succinctly some of the varying political currents in London right now but my question to you comes back to prime minister Boris Johnson because he is the new factor in this protracted brexit menace I think we can call it and he says and he said it again yesterday in Dublin when talking to the leader of the Irish government he said he overwhelmingly once a negotiated deal do you believe him. the question is not exactly whether we believe him or not but I might say that time na we lost in translation because we have a British prime minister saying that he doesn't want election but still pushing for elections saying that he wants to deal that he's negotiator comes to Brussels and provides was no proposal no why do you strictly nothing to be police the withdrawal agreement so it's a little bit confusing and indeed it doesn't really help to build trust well the government led by Boris Johnson say's and ministers repeat this that they are now straining every sinew to strike a new agreement with the European Union negotiators in Brussels they say the old withdrawal agreement cannot stand then as you well know the the the the prime concern they have is over the so called Irish backstop that is the plan to avoid a hall border in Ireland so they say we have steering us negotiations about a different withdrawal agreement to your knowledge is that true or not true if you remember Boris Johnson first said that he will not come to Paris all belly no Brussels until we abandoned the backstop then he changed his mind and he came to Paris and two billion and Biarritz saying that he wanted to deal and chancellor Merkel as well as president marcole told him well come with ID's come with proposals which are credible which respects the priority is that with such to gather no hard border on the island of Ireland protection all of the good. Friday agreement peace stability on the island of Ireland and consistency of the single market. so far I haven't heard Michel Barnier the European negotiator coming back to us and saying yes there are new credible proposals respecting this red lines but let me let me just clear of a couple of points of detail on island and then we can move on but first of all there is mooted in London now the possibility that Boris Johnson over the next few days we'll suggested to the European negotiating team that Britain lights except some form of Northern Ireland only faxed all that is that the British would accept that Northern Ireland would abide by the regulator US framework of the single market in the customs union the the rest of the United Kingdom would not in there by there would be some sort of regulatory border if you like notional border along the Irish Sea would that be acceptable to the European Union if you remember this was precisely the proposal from the U. twenty seven in the first place when we were negotiating with prime minister may the first version of the backstop was Northern Ireland only interim self regulatory alignment with the rest of the European Union at that time a twist change due to the British negotiator in two of the customs union folder one of the United Kingdom we of course have no problem with the room proposal that's now having said that will know that the devil is in the details and I have not seen and I have not heard offer precise proposal of Boris Johnson just one other thing on Ireland which puzzles me the European union's say is that if there is a no deal exit on the thirty first of October then they will have to be a hall..

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"And scientists have found the earliest die rechte evidence of milk consumption by prehistoric FAMAS from Britain the research team identified milk protein within the dental plaque of teeth found at three sites in England showing humans were consuming dairy products as early as six thousand

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"And scientists have found the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption by pre historic farmers from Britain the research team identified milk protein within the dental plaque of teeth found at three sites in England it shows the caymans were consuming dairy products as early as six thousand

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"Agricultral revolution created some of these problems for us she says that it's likely that excess consumption of honey and sugar likely impacted at least the wealthy in addiction society but that many ancient egyptians had teeth were also worn down to the quick due to poorly milled flour oh yes so if you have flour that scott like scott sand or grit mixed it can actually wear down your teeth from chewing on it yeah so all you kids out there that love to eat sand and we're looking for an excuse to stop eating sand there you go yeah if you get sand in your mouth at the beach do wash it out if at all possible because it gives me the all over to think about the alternative here so thinking about what does toothpaste actually do in fact toothpaste does something sort of like the sand in the bread except hopefully not as harsh on the teeth is fulfilled functions related to both health and aesthetic so on the health side it removes the build up of dental plaque which is a bacterial biofilm that grows on surfaces inside the mouth so just teeth and around the gum line and that helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease but then the aesthetic side of course is that it also helps prevent bad breath it prevents you know stinky mouse it helps keep the teeth appearing widen healthy and it also sometimes just provides a pleasant taste which is actually i think a more important factor in why people use toothpastes than many of them realize now back on the health side there a couple of different things that it does on one hand it's an abrasive kind of like the sand or the grid or something that helps rub the stuff away in the mouth and on the other hand sometimes it has chemical aids as well like an ingredient might be something like floride yes slow ride that's an essential one as well we'll get back to the importance of florida and a bit we'll yeah that'll be in the modern section i we got to tell you about what people used to do to their teeth taste the legendary flavor of the double our bar burger rogers we're talking full quarter pound beef and to that american cheese then top at all with slides and seeds myth view but partner you're not done yet head out to the fixings bar and put your own brand down it's the quarter pound double are barred burger polian roy rogers always could of they come from every corner of the beltway fierce warriors of house advertising each one of them using knowledge and skills to fight for their spot in the iheart media accounting -secutive empire some will stand some will fall and some.

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03:52 min | 3 years ago

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"So they might use twigs for close work when fingers won't cut it. But do they stand outside the olive garden with that twig hanging out of their mouth? In the parking lot holding styrofoam clam shell. No, they do but, but they're not there yet as a species. But from these results it seems pretty clear that what what's going on is that we have created through our technology, a need for an oral hygiene regime, that would that was not necessarily there in our wild existence. And so how, how do we cope with this new microbiome in our mouths? This new more hostile ecosystem between the teeth in the gums. Yeah. When we look into the back of the deeper history of toothpaste itself. It seems pretty clear that the people were figuring out things. They could do a pretty early on in terms of recorded history. It's not that shins probably started using something like toothpaste is as long ago, maybe five thousand BC. And also we see evidence for this among the ancient Greeks, the Romans ancient Chinese the ancient Indians. Yeah. There is a long tradition of I mean one of the things you see if you go back into the ancient world as medical manuals, and, and, like more, magical edging kind of potion, manuals in these things, may, sometimes if you recipes for what to do with the mouth, a lot of times, they'll be like a powder or something. It'll tell you to grind up and you rub that on the teeth to clean them. I was actually reading in a book, titled clean history of personal hygiene, impurity by Virginia Smith, which is a really excellent book that I've referred to unpack. Cast in the past, but she mentions that the ancient Egyptians indeed had to deal with dental problems. And that this is alternately one of the problems of civilization, getting back again, to the, the idea that the agricultral revolution created some of these problems for us. She says that it's likely that excess consumption of Honey and sugar likely impacted at least the wealthy in addiction society. But that many ancient Egyptians had teeth were also worn down to the quick due to poorly. Milled flour. Oh, yes. So if you have flour that's got, like scholar, sand or grit mic staff. It can actually wear down your teeth from chewing on it. Yeah. So all you kids out there that love to eat sand and we're looking for an excuse to stop eating sand. There you go. Yeah. If you get sand in your mouth at the beach do wash it out if at all possible. Because it gives me all of us to think about the alternative here. So thinking about what is toothpaste, actually do? In fact, toothpaste, does something sort of like the sand in the bread except hopefully not as harsh on the teeth, it fills functions related to both health and aesthetic. So on the health side, it removes the build up of dental plaque which is a bacterial biofilm that grows on surfaces inside the mouth, such as teeth in around the gum line. And that helps prevent tooth decay, and gum disease. But then the aesthetic side, of course, is that it also helps prevent bad breath. It prevents, you know, stinky mouth hit helps keep the teeth appearing widen healthy, and it also sometimes just provides a pleasant taste, which is actually, I think a more important factor in why people use toothpastes than many of them realize now back on the health side there couple of different things that it does on one hand. It's an abrasive kind of, like, the, the sand or the grid or something that helps rub the stuff away in the mouth. And on the other hand, sometimes it has chemical aids as well, like an ingredient might be something like Floride. Yes. Slow ride. That's an essential one as well. We'll get back to the importance of Florida a bit. Whoa. Yeah. That'll be in the modern section. I got to tell you about what people used to do to their teeth. Bluecross blueshield.

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"But I mean I was giving you a compliment, and then you're just say, you know. Oh boy. Cat, scratch fever. All every woman knows. Okay. So I'm new study. And I disagree with this study on percent. But a new study finds that wine prevent sore throats in dental plaque, and they're saying scientists kind of wine, this is at its due to a number of organic compounds found in both red and white wines. The study was published in the journal of agricultural and food chemistry found that compounds in wine. Kill ninety nine point nine percent of dental bacteria and germs that caused sore throats now as winder with throat. All winter joy, I didn't you. Week. That's right. So there you go. You've proved your own study, you think so, yes, because you can go anywhere, but you stayed home, you know. Until the bitter end do not. And I didn't either get sick this winter. No. I was not. I did. Now that I look back on it. There's quite a bit of wine drinking going to. Yeah. I feel like it was a very busy busy. But if you're coming down with a cold, they say, a medicine, a little tip could help board it off. They suggest that moderate wine consumption. Can help the antioxidant and anti radical properties, particularly found in red wine. I hate what it does your teeth attributed mainly to high poly fern. All the gave a girlfriend was venal. Yes. She's very comfortable with their blue grey teeth after even having a conversation us. Yes. After one glass of wine, they go blue gray. And I. Hey, aunt, I say, well, I always like wide issues. I just love her wine so much. I said, look what it's doing to your teeth. What is that doing long-term? If it makes him blue gray after one glass, Wayne, we brush him. Yeah. But very soft teeth, something else is going on in the dental area because this is a cry for help. If you. If you're dating this would cause, you know, end of anxiety, but she's been married for twenty nine years. You know..

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05:30 min | 3 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"His bubbling under the surface of the bridge. Onto the floor. Chicken. Chicken day, if you feel like it or even trying to give you plummet I got it to, you know, I don't I felt like I. Sisterly love. Giving you a compliment, and then you're just say, you know. Oh boy. Cat, scratch fever. Okay. So I'm new study. And I disagree with this study on percent. But a new study finds that wine prevents sore throats in dental plaque and they're saying scientists of what kind of wine. Well, this is at. It's thought that due to a number of organic compounds found in both red and white wines. This study was published in the journal of agricultural, and food chemistry found that compounds in wine killed ninety nine point nine percent of dental bacteria and germs that caused sore throats now as a Weinberger with a sore throat. All winter joy I didn't use last week. That's right. So there you go. You've proved your own study, you think so, yes, because you didn't go anywhere. But you stayed home. You know. Until the bitter end do not. And I didn't either get sick this winter. No, I was not. And so I did. Now that I look back on it. There's quite a bit of wine drinking going to. Yeah. I feel like it was a very busy busy. But if you're coming down with a cold. Yeah. They say a medicine a little tip could help. Board it off. They suggest that moderate wine consumption. Can help the antioxidant and anti radical properties, particularly found in red wine. I hate what it does your teeth the final attributed mainly to high poly furniture. The gave a girlfriend whose venal. Yes, she's very comfortable with their blue great teeth after. Having conversation. Yes. After one glass of wine, they go blue gray. And I. Hey aunt. I played on rotation. Well, I'm always like why issues I just love red wine so much. I would look what it's doing to your teeth. What is that doing long-term? If it makes them blue gray after one glass, Wayne, we brush him. Yeah. But very soft teeth, something else is going on in the dental area because this is a cry for help. If you were dating guys, you know, end of anxiety, but she's been married for twenty nine years. You know. So, so it doesn't bother her husband. I think he's got bad is okay. This is the funniest to us. I don't understand. He can't stand. The blue green tea. He doesn't understand why not willing to accept that. Yes. My friend is willing and I think she's willing to accept she's married and give it up. And she does that she's given up, but she doesn't have to it would be a real issue. If you were single, you would not let that slide. No, but you also would brush your teeth immediately thereafter, 'cause some people it doesn't affect like that. Okay. But I'm talking half a glass wine. And so I'm just seeing for your study. What is it doing to people's first, Danny? Beauty always say one always says the. Yeah. By Thomas liquors. I can't remember the name. From Sardinia any wine in Sardinia, and a how to spell it, Dan, a big thing out last week for blue zone. And you know, I tried drinking it with cheese, and may t-. It just you feel ridiculous to you. I'm gonna do it with a wax. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. I put a piece of cheese because don't you remember then you drink the wine? Then you can only do it around girlfriends. Okay. Really industry places. I found Bree is really yummy. You can kinda you can kinda get the free and squish it around your your front fourteenth. Okay. There's a red wine tooth protects your. Protected their red wine wipes. Yeah. At some people who are susceptible, someone just used these, did they give it a good rating someone cost six five one six. Due to get none. It's post to help out, so I'm gonna go and drink this cana- carbon wind tonight. Very new cannon I've ever p your face with a piece of breezy, and then put in tomorrow, I don't have the sorts wrote you're going on or smoke. Good. I think goes good with the nice Gouda smoked Khuda Dutch, I say smoke a cigarette in net knows his case. So did we get anything for that lesson? Well, we've missed the randoms you and I both of them have missed you've might random takeaways from your randoms. I've missed your randoms, so I could have a random take time tomorrow. Back by popular demand would say, no, you're gonna wanna know all the details is how to hug yourself to sleep in just a minute. And it's and it's keeping your hands. About. We'll do that tomorrow. I couldn't masturbate. Now, if I tried my left hand. There. Could use something, I know what I think it's counter active or.

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Dental Plaque, Journal Of Agricultural And Food Chemistry And Weinberger discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Dental Plaque, Journal Of Agricultural And Food Chemistry And Weinberger discussed on Lori and Julia

"But a new study finds that wine prevents sore throats and dental plaque, and they're saying scientists kind of wine this is at it. Stop that due to a number of organic compounds found in both red and white wines. This study was published in the journal of agricultural and food chemistry found that compounds in wine killed ninety nine point nine percent of dental bacteria and germs that caused sore throats now as a Weinberger

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"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Exercise. I say pothole you say like stress. Oh my God. There goes, well, I hate them. I feel you next exercise. What if you actually hit a pothole, I I swear I'd get frustrated angry? And I and I cursed the town I get this. Ooh. Feeling easily a swear. And you're not alone so much. So that this guy has just resigned himself to the inevitable. But can you do we live in New England that the roads follow pie? So any advice to motorists about to climb into their vehicles? They watch out. On the road south of Boston. Chris von the WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Some good news this morning for fans of the dog friendly happy hour at the liberty hotel in Boston After it was cancelled. The liberty hotel is now tweeting they have worked with mayor Marty Walsh. And city officials will again allow it that's rights yuppie. Our is back on they'll be allowed to take their dogs by the liberty hotel for a drink or two. Speaking of which another reason to pour yourself a glass of wine. Turns out the vinyl can help you keep from getting sick new research finds it's great disinfectant. That kills off the germs in your mouth. It can cause sore throats and dental plaque, and it has nothing to do with the call scientists say it's about the winds antibacterial properties, both red and white varieties are good at it. Read. This better though, the research out in the journal of agriculture and food chemistry some new questions surrounding. Oh, teen drinks shakes her popular for fitness and building muscle. And there's any number of products out there to fill the Bill from protein powders to snack bars. A new research suggests these products can lead to excessive consumption of branch chain amino acids, and that they say carries with it a number of side effects, including weight gain mood swings and even reduced lifespan experts say amino acid balance is important and it's best to various sources of protein to achieve that balance..

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"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stay outside. And he said I'm already inside as a precaution. Nearby schools were placed on lock down the kids are safe. And you know, there were kept safe, and I have faith in the police department in the school department to keep the kids safe when they are in school. So police arrested Andres Oliva, they say he did not have a gun. He's charged with making terroristic threats. He said that he made the call because he wanted to get help. Didn't say what for he just said he wanted to get home events. You also had his bail revoked in an open case against him. Nineteen year old man was in court yesterday charged with biting the face and elbow of a clerk at a gas station. WBZ's Charlie Sherman has the story. Davila was allegedly trying to steal a drink from the Sonoko gas station on Broadway in Taunton. When the clerk on duty tried to stop them when police arrived on the scene, the store clerk, a fifty five year old male was bleeding profusely and had a serious gash under his left eye to witnesses were able to prevent villa from leaving the store and they called nine one one. It was charged with assault with intent to maim and mayhem. It was taken to a local hospital for evaluation and upon release was placed under arrest as for the clerk. He was taken by ambulance to Morton hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ Boston's NewsRadio connects CIA officer charged with conspiring to deliver secrets to China is scheduled to enter a guilty plea today. Jerry Jones shink pled not guilty last year to charges of conspiring to deliver defense information will fall. Government. Prosecutors say Lee met in two thousand ten with Chinese intelligence officers who promised to take care of them for life financially. If he cooperated the naturalized citizen from Hong Kong traveled to China in two thousand twelve and was subsequently found with top secret information in his luggage, including the real names of CIA assets. Change of plea deal. Hearing is scheduled in Alexandria Virginia for this afternoon. Financially. Embattled Hampshire college is taking a chainsaw to its budget and to its faculty roles. The school has announced that several dozen faculty and staff members of retiring or taking reduced roles contracts or not being renewed for a number of visiting faculty and some two dozen staff. Members have been laid off in January college president Mariam Nelson who has since stepped down announced the schools in financial jeopardy. The troubled school has tried to find a merger partner. But so far, no, takers. So can drinking wine help get rid of germs in the mouth? While a new study says yes as CBS. Correspondent Pat piper tells us wine can act as a disinfectant for bad mouth germs intern. Helping to keep you from getting sick. Specifically it fights germs in the mouth that calls dental plaque and sore throats. The study published in the journal of agricultural and food chemistry says the organic compounds in both red and white wines. Kill ninety nine point nine percent of dental bacteria and germs. But red wine is a tad better at killing those germs. But white works to Matt piper. CBS news. WBZ traffic on the threes has you covered. Well, we're not without delays here the tough spots here. One twenty everything grinds to halt here on the expressway..

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"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of lawsuits the utility announced. It reached a settlement with one Lawrence family. The new president's pick makes a direct appeal to the Merrimack valley community this in an op Ed piece today appearing in the Lawrence eagle Tribune. It's eight oh six now. And some good news this morning for fans of the dog friendly happy hour at liberty hotel in Boston After it was cancelled the hotel is now tweeting that they have. I've worked out a deal with mayor Marty Walsh and other city officials to again allow yuppie or our that's right. The hour of drinks and dogs is back on at the liberty hotel new questions this morning surrounding protein drinks shakes her popular for fitness and building muscle. And there's any number of products out there to fill the Bill from protein powders to snack bar, a new research suggests these products can lead to excessive consumption of branch chain amino acids, and that they say carries with it a number of side effects, including weight gain mood swings and even reduce lifespan experts say amino acid balance is important, and it's best various sources of protein to achieve that balance without it serotonin levels drop in the brain causing overeating, obesity and shorten life. Jim Chenevey, CBS news and keeping with the drink theme this Wednesday morning. Another reason to pour yourself a glass of wine later on turns out, the vino can help you. From can help keep you from getting sick new research finds this is a great disinfectant wine is that kills off the germs in your mouth that can automatically lead the sore throats and even dental plaque, and this has nothing to do with the alcoholic content. Scientists say it's about wines antibacterial properties that does the trick both red and white varieties are good at it. Read though, reportedly better researchers out in the journal of the agricultural and food chemistry a healthy looking and thankful. Alex trebek's sitting down with Robin. Roberts today on ABC's. Good Morning America, the longtime host of jeopardy speaking about the outpouring of support that he's received since revealing his cancer diagnosis all over America have been sharing the good thoughts. Their advice their prayers, and I feel it is making a difference in my Welby. Seventy eight year old Tribeca announced last month that he is in the battle for stage for pantry. Pancreatic cancer. It is eight oh eight let's take a look at Wall Street's this morning and business news from Bloomberg. Here's Andrew O'day. Good morning. Andrew you're wanting to January to March was the first full quarter with Aetna as part of CVS health results. So the effect running the insurance giant has on the company's bottom line. Pretty good CVS earnings and revenue blew past market. Forecasts also contributing was stronger than forecast comparable sales growth in CVS stores. Three point eight percent from earlier versus the two point six percent expected fast food businesses cashing in on customers for whom even drive through is to inconvenience this morning brand says expansion of its Taco Bell delivery helped it surpassed forecasts for profit and sales. First three months of the year. Also, helping was discounting of menu items at all it's chains including KFC and Pizza Hut comparable sales for gum. Hit a better than expected. Four percent. As futures rising nine Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up a big Bill for Wynn resort's detail. Sales on the way, it's eight oh nine.

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"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They seem omnipresent done that just give you a little reminder there there and others that make it feel like you drove over a tree trunk link in the middle of the road potholes enough to give us white hair and instill panic just with the mere mention of the word goes my car. I've gotta get a fix right away. Why didn't I watch where I was going? Why don't they fix these things? Literally just said pothole. Oh, Phyllis such a sweet lady. But you heard her say just there, why don't they fix these things? And that's part of the problem. There are so many potholes that need repair the amount of volume on the roads. Sometimes the patchwork gets pulled right back up shortly after its and there were nearly ten thousand potholes in the city of Boston just two years ago. That's a lot of asphalt. K b and all of that rain. We just had last month doesn't help either. See the Grand Canyon live in Stoughton. Chris bomb WBZ. Boston's right Chris. Well, another reason to pour yourself glass of wine turns out the beano can help you keep from getting sick. New research finds it's great disinfectant. That kills off the germs in your mouth can cause sore throats dental plaque, and it has nothing to do with the alcohol. Scientists say it's about the wines antibacterial properties that does the work both red and white varieties are good at it bread. Is better this research out of the journal of agricultural and food chemistry. The embattled natural gas utility held responsible for the mayor MAG valley gas disaster as a new hand at the helm WBZ TV's rita's Rodriguez spoke to Columbia gases new president. Right now, I think they're varying levels of trust Marquette, listen, the role of chief operating officer of the public utility the change in leadership comes seven months after over pressurized gaslines caused a series of explosions and fires across the valley says the company's goal is to replace six hundred and fifty miles of cast iron pipes across the state install excess cloves on each meter in individual pressure regulators in each home. They service the company is also embroiled in a series of lawsuits today, the utility announced it reached a settlement with one Lawrence family. Camping makes direct appeal to the mayor back valley. Community are not bad piece today in the Lawrence eagle Tribune Facebook is launching a major redesign of its app and website built around letting people connect with groups that share their interests, including dating here's correspondent pipe. Forget natural bumble. Your comes Facebook dating during its eight converts the social networking site says at found a way to let you silently express your fiction for a friend without them knowing unless they show they're interested as well. Facebook dating will be available in nineteen countries set to launch and the US before the end of the year, it's called secret crush and let you choose nine friends. You really like who will then get a notification that someone has a crush on them if they have one on new to then you'll get notify also be available in places like Vietnam. Ecuador Matt piper. CBS news six thirty eight. Now time to say good morning to Bloomberg's Andrew O'day. Andrew. It was the first back to back drop in sales and quarterly profited more than two years for apple somebody also showed strength beyond the iphone and the results for the first three months of this year better than forecast as for the plaque to product apple says iphone sales of thirty one billion dollars were slightly better than analysts were predicting discounts trade ins helped to revive its prospects. It's busy day for economic news. We begin the three day look at the job market ADP will reveal its take on how many private sector jobs were created in April. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg peg that number at one hundred eighty thousand that would be an increase from the March reading also on tap weekly Morgan's demand to look at the nation's manufacturers construction spending auto sales later today. The Fed's decision on interest rates and that that'd be gaining nine points. Nasdaq futures up fifty four Andrew O'day Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Thanks, Andrew and coming up man's best friend no longer. Welcome. At eight Boston hotels. Happy. Our time. Now, six thirty nine in general. I'm a win win guy. One after spend our searching for the right part. It's lose lose.

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"dental plaque" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"dental plaque" Discussed on WDRC

"Hey, jodie. Welcome to the pet show. Hey, thank you. Yeah. Jodi, working to fleeing. Yeah. Just like next. Okay. I had this cat, and he's a very finicky eater. I got him when he was eighteen months old and the people there used to feed him for skis. And so I went and research to see what kind of good food that could get him in a feed them instinct ultimate protein green fleet. And no animal meal, and I started out with duck. And then he did wanna eat that and ended up giving him ticket. And that's all he'll eat. I try giving him raw food. They I it. It didn't happen. I first of all I'm not a fan of raw food to begin with. That's number one. Number two would happen is generally we create we create the finicky scenarios with our pets. If they're not any one thing we give them something else to eat chances are if we gave him same thing to eat that would eventually eat it, and we wouldn't run into the circumstance that you're running into exactly the circumstance that you're running into. Let me explain a couple of things to you cats. Do not eat with their mouth cats eat with their nose. So the smell is much more important than the taste cats. Also do have a sensitive palate. Case does play a part in his wealth. So he's gonna recommend that you do. And this is really important. Okay. The food that you're feeding the cat right now. He's being really finicky. Let's try something different. I'm gonna send you different food for you. But what I'd like you to do is before you give it to heat it up just to drop in the microwave. Once you eat the food, the smell is so much longer that can actually entice the cat to eat. So what I'd like to do is really heat the food just a little bit. If that doesn't work what I'd like to do is go to the store. Buy yourself a canister deans or a can of tuna or candidate showbiz and take plastic container separate the plastic container. Putting them the the fish on one side put a piece of cardboard there. The cat's food on the other side, let it sit in refrigerate overnight. So the cat takes on the storm smell of the fish then heated up for second two. And chances are your cat will eat it. That's the way to deal with finicky cat. The only other thing that could cause this is if the cat is having a tooth or gum problem if. To the gun problem that could create a finicky eaters. Well, so I think right now what I'm gonna do is. I'm gonna stand you some Lucy pitfalls like pet food make the switch gradually follow my advice. Make sure the teeth and gums are in good shape. And I think the cat will be eating properly. What you start feeding the heating the food just a little bit. The only concern we have is sometimes if a cat has a cold or Dan knows his stuff that could prevent beat. I don't think that's a scenario here. I think it's just in terms of the food. I think we gotta make it smell better. Follow my advice. And I promise you'll be calling me saying Warren, I can't get this cat to stop eating. Okay. When I taken him to event, she she does dental without anesthesia, she has people. Sure, and they couldn't work on him. And so the next step would be having the necessary to have teeth cleaned. And I can't even imagine doing that. How old you said he wants how old you say. He wants about four years old. Okay. So young cat. What are you waiting for? If you don't if you don't get teeth clean now. And this is so important. I was going to do a story about this later on today show. But if you don't do the teeth now, it's going to get a lot worse than I'll tell you. Why? Okay. People just assume may cause bad breath. But I'm going to listen carefully poor care of dogs and cats debt hiding results and implications such as dental plaque gum disease, tooth, absent difficulty. That Terry can spread from the teeth and gums causing damage to the kidneys the liver and the heart painful, an extensive dental surgery and treatment may be needed to cure this, but you have a young cat. So if you get it done now in the cat gets can the anesthesia, okay, that's definitely the way to go with this point. Okay. I may give you the vet gives you something to calm. The CAC down before you bring the cat in. But I think at this point the doctor saying he can't work on the cat. But that doesn't mean the cat can can live with thirty eighth. This all life. There's gotta be an alternative of surprise the doctor give you an alternative. What did you can't do it did I just I just bought it? You know, having them not at this age, not to say the blood test to make sure the cats healthy. I think at this age at four years old if you get those teeth clean, and then from that point you keep up with I think you'll be a lot better off. I think everyone will be fine. All right. Thank you. Anyway. In the meantime, what did I send you some Lucy pet pet food? Right. It's on its way to you. I appreciate that phone call and the phone number here at the pet show eight seven seven seven two five eighty two fifty five let me take a quick break. Heidi John, get just a second. But right now, people are always asking me Warren. I know you love animals, I listen to the pet show. I love animals as well. What can I do to help them? What organization do you recommend? I recommend dealt the rescue. I've known about doubt the rescue for over forty years after leaving their fortieth anniversary right now and don't the rescue could never ever ever do the absolutely incredibly amazing work. They do without you, my listeners and your support over the years. That's one of my good friend. Leo Grillo who I consider a superhero went dealt this founder when it comes to animal rescue asked that if you can't please, please please put some of your life's work into helping their fifteen hundred rescued dogs cats, horses and other critters way to the future and believe me, they need your help. That's why. Niece. My wife and myself with all the organizations I serve on have decided to make a personal bequest rescuing animals in my own personal estate planning. And the reason is bequest doubt the rescue make your legacy work for the animals right now, avoid fund, raising course and actually provide tax benefits you like any good parent. Leo needs to make sure that every one of the amazing animals, he rescued from the and forest all across the country. Never have to worry again about the rescue. By the way, happens.

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These 1,000-year-old, blue-specked teeth could rewrite medieval history

Science Magazine Podcast

11:31 min | 3 years ago

These 1,000-year-old, blue-specked teeth could rewrite medieval history

"Where they scrape your teeth, and they take is called dental calculus or tartar off your teeth is that lesson for any. No. But luckily that is a relatively new thing and back in the day. And like medieval times, people were not having their teeth scraped every three to six months, and I say lucky because there's precious information hidden in that dental calculus may be able to learn about the oral microbiomes of the people who live in the past and also about different diseases that they might have had. And now, it's also telling us things about their occupations what they did every day or or kinds of chemicals encountered in their lives. I have Christina Warner here. She's gonna talk about some dental calculus that was contaminated with a blue mineral, so Christina. What did you find these blue particles associated with dental calculus on these remains was when we first saw them? I mean, probably the last thing I would have expected to find we were trying to look at it in house. Yeah. We expected the bacteria has after all calculus is made a plaque dental plaque. Which is made up of bacteria, and we expected to find little bits of food because when you're alive, and you have plaque on your teeth, and you're eating or your smoking or your breathing and pollen all these little things. Get stuck in your plaque overtime, the plaque calcified at mineralized in your mouth from the minerals in your saliva. In fact, it's the only part of your body that fossilising while you're still alive, and this actually happens over and over again these layers actually build up almost like tree rings or layers of an onion. So after you've calcified one layer you'll form another layer that apply can keep doing it. This woman that we looked out. We actually cross section debt, and there were so many layers. It really looked like this calculus hadn't been removed in twenty or twenty five years that had so many layers built on top of each other. But for an archaeologist this is a gold mine. It's like a time capsule that tells the story of of this woman's life. What was the first thought from the group if you know, they saw these little blue flecks in in her teeth under the microscope? We had no idea what it was. We could be some sort of contaminant is there's something in soil. That's blue. Yeah. No, no. There's not we looked into extensively actually blue minerals are very rare. They tend to be things you have to mind from deep in the earth. They don't occur in surface sediments. So we thought well, maybe maybe it's a it's a mineral of some kind, and maybe it's a paint. Because certain was so blue was Royal blue the brightest brightest blew it looked like Robin's eggs tiny little, Robin. I bet it. I was probably as right as right is a pretty common mineral, it's a pretty inexpensive mineral, and it's really widespread across Europe. And it was used by are in the middle ages. I was pretty sure it was as right? It ended up being fairly complicated to identify for a number of reasons. One is as we were looking at it the blue began to fade and disappear. Oh, yeah. This happened over and over again it took a while. I figure out what was happening, and we finally figured it out when you wanna look at calculus under a microscope. You can't just put under microscope. It's too compacted. And you have to break it up and the usual way of doing this is to apply a little bit of weak acid, and it just dissolves the mineral enough to allow the particles to come out. It turns out that many mineral pigments are actually unstable in the presence of acid and they lose their color. That's what we were seeing. So that gave you a clue that maybe it wasn't as right? We'll also breaks down from we actually tested many different reference, pigments and determine which were stable in. Which were not. So like cobalt blues is stable. But as right is not and Lashley was not there, aren't that many lose that were available to the medieval painter, they had a admitted access of the blues that they had available to most blue because of particular element. So cobalt blue is split because cobalt, Azure is blue because of copper, Vivian. I is blue because iron Rapids Lashley, actually, not one mineral. It's a bunch of minerals together. Blue component is called laterite. There's also white minerals in they're called slug apply and also pyrite the golden flex that. People often recognize one thing your paper reminded me of is that in a television show, and they say what is this mineral residue and just handed to the lab and that have hands and back and answer is never that easy. You had to go through a lot of steps to identify. What exactly was going on here on these T? So what were some of the tests that you had to subject this mineral to will the trouble with Lazarie? The blue mineral is that there's nothing unusual. About it. In terms of its elements made up of the same elements that are found in soil just configured very differently into in their mineral structure, and so we use a technique called Rahman spectroscopy which actually allows us to look more at the mineral structure itself, and that we were able to get a very good match for lodge right after we identified the blue crystals as being a match using two different methods for laterite. We thought let's test some of these white particles that ordinarily would completely ignore and they turn out to flog apply laterite and flog pie only Coker together in legislation that gave you that confidence that you what you are looking at. But it's really surprising that that's what you're looking at. It was extremely surprising. This Lashley was one of the most expensive and rarest artists materials of the middle ages. We did not expect to find it. I think it's hard for us understand how expensive it was. And how difficult it would have been to get their lap. Lashley only had one source during the middle ages, and that WAS FG. Anniston? So this pigment had to traveled from its source in Afghanistan overland along the paths of the silk road, basically at through the Islamic world. Whereas probably refined into a pigment traded up into Venice. And then distributed into Europe made in extraordinary six thousand kilometer journey to make it into the mouth of this very ordinary one about that in women. What about that last little bit of the journey? How would it end up in her mouth? I mean, there's no way this could happen completely Occidental's. She must have been exposed in a very intimate way. But help Osprey happen. Now, we spent a long time debating what the possible scenarios could be. I have my favorite. It's not the one that it is my favorite is all the the book kissing that people were doing it. The look if think has so so this is really incredible during the middle ages, but but actually later than the that was eliminated it. Yeah. Yeah. During the fourteenth century, there's this sort of fat. Bad for what they call emotive devotional osculation so says like intense kissing books, and the idea was to become very affectionate with the images. Eventually they started creating these little osculation targets at the bottoms of the pages to try to encourage priests, for example to kiss the target and not the face of Jesus because it was wiping away face that one was discarded because it was it wasn't the timing wasn't right. And let's turn to one of the what are the likely scenarios in which woman would have introduced us into her mouth. So he came up with two of the we thought were more likely that either she was trying to produce a pigment herself. And thus may have inhaled some of the dust, and that was so she would probably producing it either for herself or one of her sisters or she was an artist herself with the first scenario, although it's possible. I don't think it's likely for one reason. And that is because if you just take lapis largely Sony new grind now you'll. Will get a really dull gray pigment. It's not nice. It has too much of the flog pie and other minerals inside that dole the color. So what you have to do is you have to refine it and the technique use to refine lavishly at this time wasn't really known in Europe. It was primarily performed in in the Islamic world. But what I think is probably the most likely is that she was an artist herself, we do know from some artists manuals around the same time that one technique for producing a really fine point for for fine painting work involved. Compressing the the paintbrush between the lips the lap is largely was quite distributed through her mouth zone. It wasn't Dustin one place. It was also really disperse. So it didn't seem to have been incorporated as a paint, for example, if she had kissed it had gotten stuck an also there are some really amazing letters from right around the same time period. Maybe a little bit later. Also in Germany where there is a men's monastery. There's an or Mario. Who is the keeper of the books and he had commissioned the production of several new books from a neighboring women's community. So when you say when you say she was an artist it's more about eliminating manuscripts than it is about making paintings, correct? It was very likely for eliminating manuscripts. Because it was a lot of book production right at this time. It gives evidence that women were producing books and they were producing important books. Yeah. But unfortunately, these letters don't stay which pigments were being used we can tell by the amount of silk, and the amount of parchment that he was sending for these books to be made that they would have been quite nice books. Is there anything else from the grave site or from the ruins of the monastery where where this this remains were or anything else there that would help with that the women's community from the letter was different one. Okay. Not this community. The remains of from a site called doll. Heim doll Heim is located in western Germany and today. It's actually the site of museum about monasteries and the cemetery that we focused on was one of the very associate with one of the earliest religious communities that was founded in this area, and it was a women's community with interesting about all Heim is almost nothing survives at all. Today. You can go and visit and I recommend doing. So it's really fun. But all that's left of the women's community is the stone Dacians, none of the walls. Are there? There's no art that survives. There's not a single book that survives this poor women's community, which at its at its height supported actually, very small group of women. Only about a dozen women live there at any given time it underwent multiple fires burned to the ground multiple times. It was sacked in at least to battle. It was hit by plague and eventually it was abandoned during another war and a non was murdered and the whole community fell apart this was centuries later, and then later a group of monks moved in and they built a monastery, and that's the monastery. That actually release revives there today. And that today is really the museum people go to visit. But you can still find this kind of traces of this little women's what they call a frown closer this little women's monastery, a little women's community still bear the church foundations and the foundations of of the place where they lived, but it's very small kind of tucked away and forgotten. It's like had just been a rate how absolutely race. And so to me that was something that was so interesting is in this totally unexpected context from this very ordinary seeming woman from the cemetery we've been able to identify someone who was likely in live, quite extraordinary person. She must have been a very talented artists, and I say artists here because lapis Lashley was not used by scribes who is not used typically to write words, it was used to illuminate pictures. Wow. That is amazing. So other other remains from the

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