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"diet cancer" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

05:57 min | Last month

"diet cancer" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Is just not my place and i was like what because mississippi is actually filled with wonderfully like rich people in like character wise. I don't mean just like wealthy. But of course i like the one redneck donau about new york and i remember driving. It was like the middle legit now and may driving home. And i was like this. Is it next. Stop new york and august. I moved to new york and the recession adjusted. So of course. My parents were panicking. Because they're like this fucking crazy and again goes back to my dad. My dad almost didn't let me rhin department because a new york in order to rent an apartment you have to have a gear and tour which basically says. They'll pay your rent which is usually something like a hundred times more than the monthly rent. So if the rent's three hundred dollars you approve. You had to have somebody cosign with you. That makes at least three hundred thousand dollars. Like it's crazy swede going up there and and we got a great apartment and my dad was like they need too much information heather. He's like on a credit bureau. Cyber sabra software company. Don't trust him. i don't trust them. Daddy please lease cosign is with me. I cannot afford apartment. Leaves and i was in new york and all my friends were like back in memphis or atlanta or dallas. They're trying to figure it out. And i just knew i had to do and i couldn't take over an answer but again i i don't know what the fuck with the desktop and and the maybe like dad was actually like in the cia and we didn't realize it. I constantly at this thing that he's not dead. I mean i watched him diet cancer but there are days were mike. He's not dead. He's one hundred percent mexico. You know chillan. Smoking a cuban cigar run into shrimp. Jack make fresh marks every day. And the joke's on us. I moved to new york. And i was like this is it and i had a shitty job at a shitty bar and i would do my improv classes. Stand up classes. And i fuck thrived so hearing that excitement in your voice. You're like i'm going for it. I did it. I'm proud of you girl. You did it good for you. That's frigging awesome. You're gonna have a great time in nashville also. Hope we're gonna be able to open up. some more. Seeds have three incredible sold out shows here. I gotta be honest with you. My favorite shows. I've ever done a bit of nashville knoxville memphis nashville again. Any time i've had a great show. It's been in the state of tennessee. They see national. I meant anytime. i've had a kick ass killer show. It's always it's always tennessee crowds. There is great. But i say all this to say you got this. You got this and you're gonna crush it. It's gonna be frigging awesome. This is a cool experience. Did your boyfriend moving with you. So that way you get you know you have to look for new dick. You've got the same good old dick. And that's what i'm here for anyways. I'm thrilled for you. But it just reminds me of this very simple time in your life when you all you know is to say go and go forth and you don't take over an answer and you just have to take that leap of faith. It's cool being in the driver's seat of your life. I think a lot of people have done that over this past year. you know. why am i working at this company that doesn't fulfil me and listen. Are there days. Were you'd need to society income yet. Hell yeah so..

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"diet cancer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:35 min | 6 months ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With David and Alan Masters. Here's your host. Yes. You know, we're going to deep dive into some other death figures here and it's not something I want to do. But I got to make a point. Experiencing. Who was the guy that Tucker Carlson has on? I'm reported. Truths is the name of his book, he says. And this is very interesting, and Laura Ingram also has him on from time to time. But these doctors also All agree that these co morbidity factors associated with covert 19 are very, very important in Italy, and in Europe, the co morbidity was almost like 97%. It was enormous. In other words, yes, the cove. It was their present when these people died, but they were over way they were obese. They had diabetes and high blood pressure. They were there already had Co morbidity ease. We're going to kill them at some point anyway, that is somebody Keep in mind. And the statistic here is it covered was the third leading cause of death among Americans in 2020, however, that is behind heart disease and cancer now heart disease. What are we doing about heart disease? Is there a war on heart disease like there is a war on Cove it well, here's the problem. We're talking about food, food and exercise. Really? Are the keys to heart disease. Some of it is genetic Okay, but that can be mitigated by the right kind of exercise and diet. Cancer. Also, some of it is a genetic predispositions, but not a lot of it in 2020, a total of 1,806,590 new cancer cases. With over 606,520 deaths. Is there a war on cancer? No. Because cancer Is the same thing is heart disease, diet and exercise and state of mind. PTSD. Now we were reading this study, which was very interesting about PTSD, causing people that age more quickly. Listen. It is absolutely Undeniable that there are these factors involved in the study that finds a PTSD interacts with the club foe Gene the Kolo Tho Gene. Previously associated with longevity. What is happening to the human race that we have a million's upon millions of people dying of preventable? Conditions. Is covered. An absolute killer can be Just like peanut butter. Just like a hammer or a fist. They can be absolutely deadly. But at the same time why we have two brothers that survived it. We know a lot of people that have survived it. And what they found. I just read a study. Alan that said that mouthwash can kill Cove it on the spot. Did you see that one? No, I didn't see that one. I look at a lot of stuff, and I find these articles like okay, well, I used about force every day. I think it's just a natural thing to do to kill bacteria in your mouth or seven. Supposed to bathe in it, David, come on. Yeah, I found the drinking. It was not that good for my stomach. But that's a That's a different story. It's not supposed to be drinking that was felt pretty good afterwards. Oh, just saying I'm just saying Is there war on cancer? Is there a war in heart disease? No, no, because there's industries that exists around these human conditions And I gotta tell you, Yes, Yes, exactly. Now I want to make a point here about this whole thing. Here's another study. They studied the mental health of people after the United States election in this one in particular. The headline reads. Outcome of 2016 election. 2016 U. S election associated with poorer mental health in Clinton. Voters will wait a minute. Hold on. Oh, yes. Listen to this. There were 54.6 million. More days of poor mental health among adults in states that voted for Hillary Clinton in December of 2016. I need to read that again. 54.6 million more days off poor mental health. Okay, so the people if they had days where they decided out today was the bad day because my mental health was so moisture Whatever. However, they're doing this. They want everybody to be somehow categorizes having some kind of mental illness. That way they can find a drug or some kind of program to put you in. I just I just find this so amazing, it says according to this new study, no such increase in poor mental health following the 2016 U. S election was observed in states that voted for Donald Trump. There was no mental health decrease in states where people voted for Trump. What does that tell you? What does that tell you about people whose lives were hanging on an idea off a person such as Hillary Clinton, a true loser of the highest degree. I mean, a real serious Top rated triple A loser of a human being. So although I don't understand why there was no decrease When the state voted for Trump. I'm not seeing the correlation there. There was okay, let me read it to again. No such increase Import mental health Following in the 26? Yes, no increase in for mental help. So the people that lost the election Their savior, Hillary Rotten Clinton. Hillary rotten Clinton lost and people went into the dumpster. Okay, And there were 54.6 million more days of poor mental health can't live anymore. I get it. Okay, so fast forward, Fast forward. Glad I'm trying to understand this and it's not making it through my thick head. Go ahead. I'm just saying, I'm just saying, I found this absolutely fascinating. That the number of people who became completely what they call mentally damaged. By the idea that their candidate lost and it shows you how unhinged and how unstable these people are now. I don't know. I mean, I felt very challenged when Trump Supposedly lost the election. Did you know? Because I knew that he did not lose. I knew that they had stolen it from us. So I thought to myself, thieves, damn thieves, but I just thought to myself I had to call it what it was, and I moved on with my life. And I thought very interesting Now now what's he going to do now? What is You know our group going to do, and I've been very disappointed at what our group if I called conservatives, the people that represent us in in Washington is who I'm talking about Our group. Very disappointed. Bunch of turncoats a bunch of what they call those rhinos. Um, but I feel like there was a purging that needs to happen. Because see we who have vision can see and we see what these rhinos and these traders have done. And we now have to do something about it in the next go round if we can make it to.

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"diet cancer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:55 min | 6 months ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"If those on the front lines half of them don't want it? What scares me a little bit when the nurses say they're gonna take there's a lot of Mara of Ah founder at least the smartest, the doctors If they work for the nurses are practical. Yeah, the nurse is attractive. And when nurses working in hospitals say I'm not getting the shot, I'm thinking I got the shot. I got my second dose recently. I'm good to go, I think, but I might find out in about 1 to 2 to three years. There's side effects We don't know about now. That's exactly right. I wouldn't trust anything that South, he says. I mean, he is May. I think he's probably more interested in serving the interests of the Communist Chinese partisan he is serving America. He's been wrong on everything. And sometimes I think intentionally wrong. You know, Terry. He's like a local weatherman who's right, about half the time but confident in every prediction. Yeah, well, I'm a lot more confident and my local weather man than I am Dr Anthony Fauci, who say that right, he said, Don't get the mask in March and April, then in May said, Get the mask. He now says you gotta wear double masks and that now he's saying it. Even if you got the vaccinations, you still gotta wear the mask. I'm thinking What the hell, Doc? Me. Tell me what to do here We are a year into this thing and all hell's breaking loose, But thank you for your call is continue now with Mark in Cincinnati. Mark, Welcome to the Bill Cunningham shown Mark Go ahead. My wife works survives or medicine. Okay? And she from Moscow, Russia. Originally My first wife was killed a car too. She was American years ago We were married for 20 years. My mom still back to Moscow, talks her mom every day. I gotta ask her. I'm 65 years old and I'm a Medicare but I want to get the shot. My wife won't get the shot. And if I lived in Moscow and Russia, you can't get the shot. If you gotta ask what they wouldn't give it to you, no matter if you want it. And my brother thought of cancer and my sister three months apart, Okay? She got an email from one of the plant surprises over the world because they told him over there. They don't know if this is gonna ship you Since we had cancer in the family. We don't know if it's gonna shut down. You're just get the vaccine. It might trick your body from fighting off cancer cells in your body from fighting off the cancer cells, cancers in my face. I'm not going to get it. You know, I'm not saying people didn't die from it will contribute news. I know the guy up there, don't it? And the guy up. There is a picture you up there with your park High school's a picture right in the store. She news up the lottery, and one of your best friends died from it last November. I just go out late. Look for the guy say Deer Park High school with you. Yeah, I know. First name is Larry. Yep. Yep. And, you know, But the thing is, I'm not saying people in different but I'm not gonna take the chance with. I got asked on the stand, and it's embarrassing him. Tell you how governments cruise people. I get six inhalers three. I've got steroids and three Don't three's a beautiful, You know, I get my message from I go the whole Mary Special Mercy Hospital just there last week. Take a picture of my phone. She ended subscriptions to Canada. And the drugstore Direct was what's called. I get six inhalers sent from India Could do some versed Germany three shipping all the times to my house on the front porch takes 35 days to get him. You know, I paid for my inhaler for $60.93 dollars in 18 Cents, You know, I pay her Medicare occur for the same inhalers almost 400 bucks. So where do you think I get my inhaler from? Not from I'm on Medicare. And so, mark, you're saying your wife works for Fizer and she will not get the vaccine? Nope. She won't do it. No, she will not do it. I won't do it either, because Because I got asked when it is over Russia. You can't get the vaccine. If you gotta answer. They won't even give it to you if they want the shot if you had asked me Then name I heard what they said. The plant, one of the plants over in Israel said. They don't know. Down the road at this Connect affect your body for fighting off cancer cells. We don't know It's a messenger RNA. We don't think so. There's no good brother. My diet cancer in November. 2051 sister died three months later. Pancreatic cancer 48 My mom got a catcher. Bless my heart. My dad just turned 1994 last week. He still drives Okay? No, nothing. Mama, Mama live to be 97 got their genes. What Mark? Did your father get the vaccine? 93? They didn't get it. I took him last week. He did get it. I'm talking about the trial held over 71. I drove in there and he got it. He still drives. You got no pain. No, nothing. Still go to stores. What the hell? Maybe in five or 10 years, it might be bad, but by then I'll be dead anyway. Yeah, I know what the hell out of it. I mean, he said we'd even forward to day said We went through your stuff Award to fax with the deputies and this, you know, Right now there's $250 million being spent. Theo convince you to get the vaccine, Dona 50. We love advertising. We're not in the radio business. We're in the advertising business 250 millions being spent to convince you to get the vaccine. And I'm.

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Beating Anxiety With Food With Liana Werner-Gray

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

06:26 min | 8 months ago

Beating Anxiety With Food With Liana Werner-Gray

"Well. Hey guys welcome. Back to the podcast. Today we're gonna talk about anxiety free with food. And we have the author of this great new book liana werner gray. She's a good friend of mine. She's written the earth diet cancer-free with food and now her new release anxiety free with fooding zaidi's such a big issue. There's so many people that are dealing with at especially with everything that's been going on in the world today and definitely a key link between gut health in the foods that were eating and how our brain is handling stress how reactive we are The way that we are processing the things are in our world and sewing. Zayed's is not something that is You know it's not a. It's not an end destination there. There's a lot of hope for a lot of things we can do for it and really starts with our nutrition lifestyle choices that were making so liana. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me on wolf for sure and again. This is such an important topic. And you know you're a young woman and so anxiety. Obviously all all all genders all demographics steel with anxiety but especially women and would love to hear your story. Yeah so anxiety. Apparently this year the stats have gone up to one in. Three people are really struggling with anxiety versus one in five last year in two thousand and nineteen. Now it's already into two one now. Yes so it's anxieties to skyrocketed and it does affect everyone end a small amount of anxiety to as a stress response is considered healthy. So if something happens to us and we naturally feel that stress. It's the mind in the body's way of saying okay need to have a resolution for this but anxiety that is happening for hours or days days. That is a severe anxiety that we need to be suffering worth of struggling with end. What i discovered was that there are actually some really simple and quick effective ways to clear out anxiety and he'll it especially with focusing on nutrition. Sir i was experiencing heightened amount of anxiety and i was curious as to where it was coming from because i have a lot of faith believe in god and goddess like dart have anxiety costs. All your kids on me. And i was constantly doing that so i was like. I don't think it's coming from from a spiritual reason. And i thought i don't think it's coming from a mental or emotional reason either and i thought this might be purely chemical and it could be a chemistry balanced my brain and so i went and got a blood tests. Done and sure enough isn't in one of the main things that if we're deficient in that we will have anxiety. According to science so short enough. I was deficient in her mega. Three fatty acids and my started taking fish oil supplements Wild fish and then eating more cheese hemp seeds and a matter of days. I could feel the difference. My brain felt more if that's visual. Nfl less scotteri. My nervous system felt more common for chris. I didn't feel more tired. I felt more alert and energize and it was incredible feeling and i thought wow if this is if it's as simple as this and a lotta people are also chemically imbalanced with their physical buddy than i wanna share this answer. I really went down the rabbit hall set of researching putting this book together and found out a lot of other nutritional reasons for the causes of anxiety and then do a lotta research. What foods can help clear out. And then what food. You're actually proven genetic that actually causes anxiety as soon as we put them into a mouse. Yeah it's a really good. Really good intro to this topic. And so we know that fish oil. Epa ya the long chain omega threes really play important role in the brain and also play important role in our inflammatory process. And so you know where people have been told when they have mood disorders that these things are chemical imbalances but the chemical imbalance is really downstream. It's you know it's not. The root cause cause oftentimes has to do with nutrient deficiencies and chronic inflammation. In the brain. We have inflammation in the brain. Were going to be more. Reactive are neurons can be closer to thresholds. they're going to be Firing off from stimuli. That probably probably shouldn't be firing off from right. Which makes them more reactive. And you know makes you have a lot more. Cha challenges just trying to control your emotions and so glad that you're able to figure that out and make a threes are really critical at this. So let's talk about the relationship between the gut and what's happening in the gut and what's happening in the brain. Yeah we'll i know you're a gun expert and i love the work that you do on this and serve all of the studies on anxiety pointed to the gut brain connection and how connected they are and that we have certain gut microbiome fascinating studies. That i found was that people with anxiety have a difference dot microbiome than people who dart have severe anxiety. That was fascinating to me. So then that tells us that we can change our gut microbiome and that will therefore change the anxiety that we experience and then we can also work on the the brain pot a bit and the part of it will reduce that. That's also going to change our gut microbiome so they work hand in hand with each other and so in my book. It's full of recipes and foods that really helped cultivate are very a very healthy gut. Microbiome and healthy gut environment and helped clear out d talks. I'm a huge advocate for detoxing especially people are just new to getting into this then. A detox is totally critical to clean out. That you know the dirty water so to speak dirty water we can fill it out with the clean water so doing a detox to clear out the gut and then start rebuilding it with all the good stuff and that helps out brain sorry much. 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"diet cancer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:08 min | 11 months ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We will reveal health food chemistry helps protect the body from oxidation. Again, we will use government funded studies as our reference. Back In the nineties, the federal government started a campaign to increase the fruits and vegetables in the American diet. Cancer was becoming a prevalent health problem. As you learned over the past few weeks, cancer is caused by oxidation. Alcohol metabolism causes massive oxidation. And as such alcohol contributes to the problem. Giant foods used a government initiative to educate the public. I thought this was a brilliant marketing moved by giant When Augustine, Florida I began to follow the food industry through trade groups. One of my sources was a publication Food world. Based in Columbia, Maryland. I knew the owner Jeff Metzger. We met through our sons. I coached his son Andy in soccer when I lived in Ellicott City. I consulted with Jeff. Back in the nineties, my brother Jack and I opened the frozen yogurt franchise T. C B Y. There came a time when T C B Y encouraged its franchisees toe wholesale products to other retailers. Jeff put me in touch with the contact the giant foods. Everything was moving smoothly, and I thought we were going to get the product in the chain. But our product did not have bar codes and giant foods would not accept products without it. As franchisees. We were not in a position to me. With that the idea died. Years later, when I returned to Maryland from Florida, I wanted to help the grocery industry passed legislation allowing grocery stores to sell beer and white. Maryland prohibits change from selling alcohol. There are only a few exceptions. Because the science of alcohol metabolism suggested nutritional solutions. The best marketplace to teach. This concept was in grocery stores or so I thought. Food world has a writer for legislative issues. His name is Barry. Sure. I contacted him about alcohol in grocery stores and invited me to meet him. When we When we met, Barry tells me he was the vice president with giant food back. When is he Cohen on the company? Harry was in charge of the company's government relations. When the federal government rolled out the five a live programme of five fruits and vegetables a day. Barry convinced the company to hire O'Donnell, Matthews as a consumer of advisor. She appeared in all their ads. Giant foods took the program a step further. They began to identify in their grocery department. The Reich ratings of different foods. Oh, rack stands for oxygen, radical absorbing capabilities. In essence, what giant foods was doing was educating the consumer in their marketplace, and it worked. Other chains had to play. Hurry up to catch up. But it seems that Donna Mathews is no longer around and Giants foods no longer has Iraq ratings assigned to their foods. Last week, Dr Sam Explained how alcohol metabolism causes massive oxidation. The same government studies that identified alcohol metabolism. Oxidation also recommended nutritional therapies. In the following and following the paper trail, I found a paper prepared by the Department of Agriculture in Beltsville, Maryland, titled Oxygen Radical Absorption Capability. Racks of selected foods was published in 2007. That was the same year that the publication of the Lake County Symposium and a red wine diet, But Dr Roger Quarter happened, what a productive year. This is from their introduction. The development of many chronic and degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease have been theorized to be caused in part Bye, oxidative stress. Hi. It's rich and foods, fruits, nuts and vegetables have long been considered to be an excellent source of any accidents. This table of values will provide the user with a listing of any accident capacity as measured by the Iraq method. For a number of food items. When used in tandem with a fi Oh nutrient special interest tables developed by the Nutrient Data Laboratory. User can assess the various sources of any accidents in the food supply. The paper goes on and list the Iraq ratings of nearly 300 foods, including some alcoholic beverages, like red Table wine. Cabernet sauvignon roses and white wine. But here's the interesting thing about the table of foods. In addition to listing some wines enlist some nuts, which earned which are a form of protein, but it also lists certain foods that are spices, garlic, chives, Solyndra. Oregano, sage, basil, cinnamon, Ladies and gentlemen, Spices are flavor enhancers. Do you remember on a previous show identified the over consumption of certain flavor enhancers like salt, sugar, trans fats and glue teammates as being part Of the health care crisis in the United States. This report is listening certain spices and their rack ratings that air 36 sometimes 10 times that of the regular food alone. That means that the executive chef who cooks with East spices is producing Before healthier diet than people who cook with album. So let's take each category one at a time. First wines The table is various wines two weeks ago, Peter Mon are explained. That high elevation viticulture produces grapes and the resulting lines with higher antioxidant capabilities. He commissioned a symposium of scientist from this different disciplines climatologist, enologist and geologist as well as winemakers from around the world. To investigate the dynamics of high elevation lines. He conditions to study after noticing the different growing conditions of vineyards he owned at sea level, and vineyards had a half a mile in the mountains. His vineyards in Napa. We're already under canopy, and the vines from the mountain had not yet begin to Bud. Sapin wine grape vines do not begin to flow until the temperature gets to 50 degrees. Since the mountains has colder air. The earlier growth began later. But as the years progress, he harvested grapes on the mountain before The grapes at sea level. And he couldn't explain it, and neither could anyone else. There are several reasons for this condition. One reason is the vineyards in the valley are typically under a fog bank in the morning. Until the sun burns it off. While on the mountain, the sun is radiating down on divine's. This's what researchers call a ketchup effect. In years past, the harvest was always measured in days from Bud Break to ripening. Now researchers identified a new criteria for determining harvest hours of radiation. And the farther north. The vineyards are located..

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"diet cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Taxes show as you know my guest right now is John this situation's Mirek from the Jersey Shore all we want to talk to you kind of want to file follow up have you stayed in touch with Snooki and what was it like behind bars mobile before we get to that John can we talk about the peace you bring in the stream about Andrew Cuomo this is actually so serious that I have to joke in front of it because I I just can't even believe what you've written what you said tell our audience what's happening sure the title of the piece of strain dot org is why is Andrew Cuomo killing nursing homes patients out I don't want to use the governor of the state of intentionally killing people but are in fact that is what he seems to be intending to do I I would like to understand really what his intentions are the New York state department of health and his direction and this is something he's defended in press conferences has issued a rule that nursing homes are not allowed to test people to see if they have her in a box they're not allowed to keep them out if they do have current tax bill one place we're in a vulnerable are the people who actually couldn't diagnose disease quite probably work the one place where old people who may be fought in Vietnam or Korea or have great grandchildren you know scrimp and save the ones they should be safe in a nursing home where their families are paying off in a lot of money so that they would be healthy and safe maybe Dallas summers the family can't care for them and he is sending virus patients there on purpose and we know thousands of nursing home patients in New York had died of the virus the New York Post has been doing a series of interviews with their family members these people weeping why is the governorship why did you kill my grandmother John let me ask you a question about this because it's looking using it actually I think you're looking at your screen instead of at your camera I don't know where can all right but here's my question because I know whenever you write something you're you're not you're not being sloppy with the facts the other question is do you do you think it's possible I mean this makes me cringe I can't believe I'm saying this but I guess I have to ask the question do you think it's possible that he's enough of a social Darwinist that he doesn't care another was there there has to be an explanation for this because this is gruesome I don't think of him as a murderous man even though in many ways he is but I don't think that that he means to be wanting to murder the unborn or one another as he has to persuade himself that he's doing something good what do you suppose could possibly be behind him doing something that is patently destructive I mean first of all remember this is a man who lit up the Empire State Building and cake to celebrate the legalization of infanticide in the state of New York okay so he's notion of what is good could be so perverse compared to ours that it's not even recognizable the Aztecs thought they were doing good when they committed human sacrifice and the state convinced themselves sort of the Canaanites presumably one of the reasons he's he says he's doing it wrong with this man just put his word alone but still lose one named after his elderly mother your mother while protecting the elderly and he goes on and on about the need to protect the vulnerable if we save just one life and yet this man he's dumping virus patients in nursing homes and people are dying thousands have died now why do you think what I guess my question is why is he telling himself he's doing it has the media covered to what extent has the media cover this because this is factually all okay you know one person asked one question at one press conference and he said yeah I'm doing that I'm standing by no one is asked to Winona's pressed him about this it's amazing to me Donald Trump nations hydroxyl Cortland some idiot drinks fish tank cleaner people say Donald Trump has blood on his hands this Donald Trump is not sending virus patients to kill the elderly Andrew Cuomo is the person that he is presenting as an alternative president the shadow present a legitimate president with the real press conferences the real leadership he is murdering old people I can't believe these people's family members at the great and there's the A. R. P. are they getting Andrew Cuomo's home and calling him when he apparently is a murderer I am on national we don't video calling him a murderer why is the reason what is the reason he gets no one has asked you I cannot figure out his motives someone suggested to me on Twitter and this is the closest thing to a rational motive apart from use the nature of the elderly that I can see that anyone has pointed out to me the state of New York yes Medicare reimbursements for nursing home patients the wardens if you put those patients on the USS comfort off off shore when they would you know that either put the fire stations there or put the healthy patients there the state would lose money that's the only non sociopathic motive anyone has suggested to me but he lets go back in case people using in let's go back in case people are tuning in say again precisely what it is that he has been doing what extent how many people are we talking about what we don't know because you don't know if he has he has issued a policy to the New York state department of health nursing homes full of the most vulnerable Americans senior citizens may not test people coming or coming back to their facilities from hospital to see if they have the virus if they know they have the virus that is not sufficient grounds for keeping them out of the nursing homes it exactly he is I joke early on in this price is the same liberals who want to drag queen story hour so that children develop gender dysphoria the same liberals will be holding drag queen story hour nursing homes you know what that was meant as satire I was not meant as a policy proposal coming up well that was dark humor governor Cuomo stop reading my columns my senator Collins it's taking them a pretty good in fact I apologize all right anymore well you know Jon what what is most interesting to me about this is that the way this whole thing has been handled of course has in many ways been ridiculous it's been you know like putting it's like cancer surgery for a mosquito bite in a way and that then the thing is that we have people not treating the actual Miskito bites at all this is one thing that we know we could have done right which is isolate the aged and the infirm numbers this is the one thing I would actually want to have done that we could have done and so maybe we did way more than that and it's ridiculous but at least we did that and then you realize no in this case we're doing precisely the opposite of that into being the single thing that everyone can be sure is the right thing to do that is the you know the the irony is grotesque I I simply don't know what to make of it it says if we responded to pearl harbor by sending Japan all whole bunch of free oil and bombing Canada it is that level of psychotic we we just have a couple of minutes left here and tell us where the article is again and we're using that it's a online or streamed out or wise Andrew Cuomo killing nursing home patients stream dot org stream dot org I am sorry that you don't have this is not my usual humor here Erica's death this has me angrier than anything since nine eleven and I'm angry now Cuomo than I ever was or something she didn't claim to be an American and a public service Cuomo ducks it it it it is one of these things I mean I know I have a few friends he's grandmothers have died of this this virus so this is a real thing among the elderly it's not affecting most of us but that's where it's real I remember my mother died at a Catholic hospice in New York and she got wonderful compassionate care and you know priests nuns visiting her people took really good care of her she only spent like a week there last week she's diet cancer should I home with us till the very last week you never would have occurred to me that the governor of the state would force that hospice to hate in people with deadly viruses that would've been robbed my mother of the last few days or if it's been longer you know whatever was left of her life the governor of the state would rob her of that to get more Medicare funding from the federal government but then again maybe that governor wouldn't have celebrated fantasize again I don't I guess Mike my question is what is really going on and when you have a media complicit in these things that the fact that they're not questioning him on this is absolutely extraordinary I mean it's shocking while thing we we we weren't playing to have you on the program John but I wanted the end for just this one long segment because this sounds so important I have put this on Twitter and on Facebook and I hope people will share it and that some good journalist out there we'll try to get to the bottom of it John Zmirak thank you dear friend thank you we'll be talking to you again soon thanks so much.

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"diet cancer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Usually. this will tax districts really shook him off. also I didn't realize it's a game of thrones has been is leading ones that that's a big help in launching a show he show is great but it might not have been discovered without game of thrones by the mass audience good for John Oliver who won another Emmy last night for his show on HBO Joe was blaming America first and last segment for causing or ran to attack Saudi Arabia by putting too much pressure on them I heard a lot over the weekend from the it's because of trouble getting out of the the agreement that Obama made in number squeeze them with the maximum sanction saying and so hot expect them to react well the other side of it is Lindsey Graham tweeted over weekend the measured response by president trump regarding the shooting down of American drone was clearly seen by the Iranian regime is a sign of weakness for Lindsey Graham said yeah wow he and a number of Republicans have said we looked weak in our response to that you're talking last week about how the whole warm cyber attack thing is a good one but it would appear that the problem with cyber taxes nobody sees them so you can have a really devastating cyberattack but it doesn't feel like. new attack to the to the recipient. some of the recipient not the right relation right yeah especially because the the mall is all work to minimize whatever happened sure their population they'll act like it was no big deal right yeah I don't know it's funny weather was something was weak or not depends on what the person saying that thinks the proper response was mean Lindsey Graham thinks this week what Lindsey the wants to attack every country on earth these like John Bolton and and he's a really interesting smart guy in a group home on a lot of stuff of man is he an interventionist added player. so I hit you with this pole number. do you support Medicare for all private insurance eliminated. which she's just a few years ago was really out their political position right doing went private insurance to go with all government health doing away with it does that mean well I mean like even in Britain that has socialized medicine you can buy a supplemental policy if you have the money rich people do because you realize the government care socks yeah that's what the rich begin your diet cancer waiting for your preliminary appointment so Medicare for all prime insurance eliminated which several the candidates are running on almost two thirds of democratic voters are in support of that I found that disturbingly high but all registered voters include Republicans and independents it's forty one percent yeah she went way too close to half of people who want to complete government take over healthcare and we got this text the reason so many people in voters support Medicare for all is that the idiots who preach it with everyone to believe that they will have the exact same private care that they have now only for free they think they'll be able to walk into what will be what was the old male clinic can get every drug procedure an inpatient care that they could possibly need and want all at no cost to them right I'm married to a brit and I can tell you they're nationalized healthcare is a disaster everyone has supplemental private insurance's Joe was just talking about for private care if at all for double why don't you invite somebody who's lived in the U. K. to come on and talk about the one I would be a pretty good one I would love to do that but yeah I I've done that for years that if you're if you're in government or wealthy you will have your own system and everybody else has the crappy public system if you're brave and would like to discuss that or you know a break email us mailbag Armstrong and get a dot com that's mailbag at Armstrong and the Getty dot com I would guess way lower on those numbers in the percentage of people that were for a complete government take over healthcare well the problem was rocking the vote the problem with the mantra seen general and I'm not anti democracy hello I am a monarchist is that. you can make stuff sound great in the abstract in a campaign but when you get down to the nitty gritty of how it's actually going to be it's nothing near what's been sold to you sold a bill of goods as they say. and I just I don't know what the end of the call in the problem with rocking the vote is that the more people vote because the Cold War involved in form the concerned voter will vote it's always been true the problem with these programs to get more more more more people vote he's going further and further out on the I pay attention and I know what I'm talking about scale does that sound elitist or undemocratic well I guess I'm guilty but did these morons who have no idea what these programs would look like in reality no I don't want the voting I'm not gonna do anything to discourage them because that would be illegal unconstitutional immoral but on that guy you know don't vote there I can say that so you're a monarchist you won a king a wise and benevolent king or queen about the cruel and material you don't want them there are days when. I hate to appeals but now in ventral. everybody has their days Sean wise and benevolent so why is Elizabeth worn down first place in Iowa. over one story it's within the margin of error of Joe Biden and only one out of five of made up their mind so such a great caviar right there are you kidding me but she did take her sixty thousand selfie over the weekend. trying to I don't win over the population for one thing and and also show her stamina take tremendous stamina so she's going to these events that are several hours long standing up on stage and talking and then hang around for four hours taking a selfie with everybody wants one into the line is gone mile I could do like like once in my life I couldn't. I would hate. Springsteen show on Bruce's birthday but I couldn't do that four and a quarter hours I've been to several shows be out by the end of it I'm thinking Hey Bruce this is been great there's been fabulous but that's enough Springsteen seventy today yeah so I I want to Springsteen concert it was long issue. but I have never been one of the four hour marathons now it doesn't seem like it seems like a punishment to me it sounds strange thing but that's a long time it was awfully long I mean especially you know if you're in the zoo's gastric rock and roll fan you can only keep up the energy so long after awhile psych yeah I love that song but well it's bed time zone I realize not everybody does this put to generally your neighbor inebriated of some sort of your young at a concert or what you can't keep that up for four hours no specially if the ushers come and slap it on your hands you know of Johnny rotten of the Sex Pistols John Lydon who is a fascinating guy on I recommend his autobiography no Irish or blacks I think is no Irish no black something like that no blacks no Irish it doesn't matter but he said the each place for four and a half hours why does he do that to his audience does he ate the. right back to lose with warm yes I can imagine she severly supports probably yeah she's seventy years old she's standing there with this big smile on her face for four hours after a two hour event that seeds as of the Smith of the presidency is like a line of cocaine to those she's the she is of the variety of full and think she can win it given every bit of our heart and soul of this yes like like you have to become president you have to just remember read a book one time where people are talking about it was Lyndon Johnson actually but I think this is probably true for a lot of candidates watching a candidate run for president I have no any idea anybody could work that hard interest. most of us could physically not do it right even at a much younger age right now it's something hunger for power that's gonna be what drives it right yes yeah just an idea of having that sort of power to those who seek power is it seriously incredibly intoxicating according to those who sought it or had it you know it's funny one of your dopey cable networks as listen to this morning said it's now just four months until the Iowa caucuses. so we'll leave we'll call it seventeen weeks. the anti you're like British or Canadian campaign they have it for six weeks the entire thing we've got seventeen weeks for like till the beginning of the preliminaries I was there something could be done about that but that would again be unconstitutional in an American I assume it'll fix itself kind like the any ratings dropping off by twenty two percent again this year people just get burned out you know get burned out and candidates will realize because here's a perfect example this might be the the the the change the narrative Kamel Harris was the first person to declare officially that has done her no good whatsoever in fact it may have done or harm. and all the attention excitement sorely in it wears out could you actually get tired of somebody but it's going to get around even caring yeah so they didn't do her any good yeah so hopefully more candidates getting early and not winning people start think I'm not gonna do that save all my mo Jo and commercial money and everything else until like Labor Day I blame Iowans if they would just not show up at the diner when better always standing around pitching is bull crap right or if we can fish fry if they're at the diner say Hey shut up I'm trying. Pepto stands up there that would take care of it come back next summer yeah we don't care yet no no no we don't care we're not listening. going on I well that's what we need from you..

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"diet cancer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"AM. I am Lisa gar. Did you know that last year? There was a study that found that the modern diet be modern American diet fueled six hundred seventy eight thousand deaths in the United States and eleven million worldwide in just one year joining me is ocean Robbins, he's the author of his new release the thirty one day food revolution. And it's really a guide to learning about freedom from a toxic food culture. Welcome ocean. Such a pleasure to have you tonight. Thank you, Lisa. And it is a pleasure to be on with you as well. Absolutely. So I was talking the intro about your pretty unique family that you came from. And I have interviewed your your father John Robinson? Tell me a little bit about what your life was growing up was like growing up with a dad who pretty much left everything. This amazing little does you give you a little background founded an ice cream company. It was called Baskin Robbins. My dad John grew up with an ice cream cone shaped swimming pool in the backyard and thirty one flavors of ice cream in the freezer. He was groomed from early childhood to Wendy join in running the family company. He was weeping the factory at the age of six, but when he was in his early twenties, he was offered that chance and he said, no and he walked away from a path that was practically paved with gold ice cream. As we jokingly say in our family, follow his own rocky road ended up moving with my mom to a little island off the coast of Canada. He walked away from any access to the family. Well, and they built a one room log cabin in the middle of the woods where they agree most of their own food. They practice yoga and meditation for several hours a day. They really lived off the land and they named their kid ocean. And they had you. Yes. Lisa. They almost named Mikhail. I've got to tell you. But the take of my teacher social life. I am so glad they took the more conservative route when they named their son because this was before kale with cool. That's what I think name my daughter's kale. Just because her name was Kayla. Yes. Absolutely. We did eat a lot of kale and cabbage and carrots and onions and broccoli in veggies from the garden, and as I got a little older. My dad ended ended up researching the industry in which he had growing up and he came out with a book called diet for a new America, which really indicted that toxic food industry and shared how much we could gain with healthier food habits. And the media had a lot of fun with this story. They call him the rebel without a cone. The people were inspired by his work one of his readers ended up being my grandpa urban, Robin. Wow. Wow. This is kind of an amazing story. So my grandpa had lost his brother in law and business partner Burt Baskin to heart disease. My dad Benko Burt died at the age of fifty four my grandpa had a lot of investment in thinking that the standard American diet was just fine. Thank you very much. And that cream was good for you. Or certainly wasn't bad for you. But when he was seventy years old, he was facing serious, diabetes heart problems, weight issues and his doctor told him he didn't have long to live unless he made some big changes. And then shockingly enough his cardiologists give them a copy of my dad's book, diet new America. Wow. Wow. My grandpa had the amazing audacity to read, and he was inspired. He ended up changing his diet and changing his life. He gave up. Sugar. He gave up process, most processed foods. He cut way down on his meat, and he started eating a lot more plant food. Did he give up Perry? He got results. He reversed his diabetes and heart disease, and he felt like way better. And he lived nineteen more vibrant, healthy years. We have really seen in our family that when we eat the standard American diet. We get the standard American diseases, and when we eat more conscious healthy foods, we can turn it all around. What do you know? I'm sorry. What do you know about dairy? And okay. Okay. Well, let's start there. Jerry. Well, obviously theory is the milk of a cow when it is couched dairy. You can also make dairy from goats or sheep or any lactating memo, actually, and humans are the only species that drinks the milk of another species. And we're also the only species that drinks any milk after you know, infancy, and I think milk is a wonderful thing for babies, particularly the milk of their own species. There is no doubt about that. But the milk of another species is a little more complicated. And in fact, over half of humanity doesn't actually produce the critical enzymes necessary to even digest lactose properly after infancy because you know, our bodies were designed to drink milk in infancy, but not necessarily thereafter. So a lot of people get indigestion milk can trigger autoimmune issues because you're taking an foreign protein that many bodies we. Guarded as such. So they're quite a few studies out there about dairy products and human health, and I have yet to see any that indicate that it's necessarily beneficial for a long term life expectancy when you look at where people in the world, they've the longest and healthiest live what Dan new called the blue zone. Most of them consume very little dairy when they do it. Usually fermented like yogurt, for example. And that permit Haitian processing to make it more digestible, and you get a lot of wonderful benefits from the fermentation. But I don't know that that's really because of the dairy. You can make yogurt from a lot of different things. What about the the element of milk that causes inflammation in people? Why does that happen? Why are so many people lactose intolerant? Lactose intolerant. Is because they are literally not producing the enzymes in there. Okay. Let them digest lactose and that's true for over half of humanity. Most of all people of color, so you people of European descent have the most ability to digest it most folks with a Asian or African descent not so much and it it's an interesting phenomena. But the reality is that if you are lactose intolerant. Because your body doesn't digest it properly, then you can feel some indigestion. You're gonna have various symptoms, maybe even some allergies and dairy at one of the most allergy induces out there. So I'll even say for myself, I ate dairy products until I was ten years old when I stopped eating dairy suddenly noticed I could breathe through my nose. And that's when I realized that I had not been able to review my notes for the first ten years of my life. Oh, I didn't realize that I was allergic to dairy. And it was like night and day. I was like oh my gosh. What breathing through your nose is like, and I talked about this, by the way in great detail in my new book thirty one day food revolution, which I'm so excited about I know we'll be talking about it a lot tonight. But I just wanna make sure everybody lifting. He knows it is available now thirty one day food revolution heal your body. Feel great and transform your world. And I really wrote it to put the power in your hands. Where it belongs. You know, the truth is that we've kind of been lied to when it comes to food because we live in a toxic food culture. And we have a government that is kind of more accountable to the money interest than it is to public well-being, and we have a food industry. That's more interested in making a buck Senate is in our house, and we have a medical industry, a health industry that frankly, more interested in prescribing pills for every ill Bennett, is it actually helping us be well, so we don't need it services in the first place, and in that context, it is up to every single one of us. Get informed. So we are not at the mercy of a toxic food system. And so we do not have to become the next victim apart disease cancer, diabetes obesity, feeling like crap because these these diseases, maybe typical, but they do not have to be normal. So a toxic food culture. And by the way, if you there's a ton of information on oceans website, thirty one day food revolution dot com. It's the number three one thirty one day food revolution dot com. So is in your idea of a toxic food culture. Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing and the actual food culture? Oh, there's a huge difference. 'cause you know marketing is about selling stuff. It's not about educating us. There have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals looking at food and health. Some of them have analyzed fifty thousand one hundred thousand people for twenty or thirty years or longer. Look what they ate how they lived and what their health outcomes were the we have a lot of data. Now that shows pretty clearly that we could reverse most of the major chronic illnesses are times just by eating the right food. And yet if you look at the mainstream media, if you look at the marketing claims out there, you would think that we are completely confused. My friend. Dr David Katz was the medical correspondent for good Morning America for several years and during his time there he was forbidden from ever covering the same story twice or offering the same advice twice. So he could only do one show in all of his ears. That said, you know, hopefully, plant power, diet cancer, and heart disease and type two diabetes and obesity. And then anytime he wanted to say that again, they were like, Nope. Sorry. That's not news. It won't so eyeballs to advertisers. It will. It sounds boring and how many times do people wanna hear it? No. We can talk about some fad new diet, but says the nothing but grapefruit before noon or. Twenty two hours a day or two live off nothing, but wild sardines, and that would be news, and they would be happy to cover that. But if you want to say, eat, basic real wholesome food, then they're going to not even run it. But what about the new research that comes out every year? I mean, it's even last year you said that a massive city that last year. We are learning a lot about food and health. No question about it. But the basics the basic principles of human physiology have not fundamentally changed. And so most of the studies that we have seen tell us clearly that we could prevent or reverse massive illness, just by eating healthier food. And we have a pretty good idea. What that is most serious. Researchers recognized we need less sugar. We need to eat less processed junk there over two thousand chemicals in our food supply. It had been added by food industry. They were made in laboratories and most of them have never been tested for their health impact on humans. We need to eat less of that stuff..

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"diet cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To coast AM. I am Lisa gar. Did you know that last year? There was a study that found that the modern diet be modern American diet fueled six hundred seventy eight thousand deaths in the United States and eleven million worldwide in just one year joining me is ocean Robbins, he's the author of his new release the thirty one day food revolution. And it's really a guide to learning about freedom from a toxic food culture. Welcome ocean. Such a pleasure to have you on tonight. Thank you, Lisa. And it is a pleasure to be on with you as well. Absolutely. So I was talking in the intro about your pretty unique family that you came from. And I have interviewed your your father John ovens and tell me a little bit about what your life was growing up was like growing up with a dad who pretty much left everything. This amazing little give you a little background founded an ice cream company. It was called Baskin Robbins. My dad John grew up with an ice cream cone shaped pool in the backyard, thirty one flavors of ice cream in the freezer. He was groomed from early childhood to Wendy join in running the family company. He was sweeping the factory at the age of six. But when he was in his early twenties, he was offered that chance and he said, no, and he walked away from a path that was practically paved with gold as well as ice cream do as we jokingly say in our family follow his own rocky road. Ended that moving with my mom to a little island off the coast of Canada. He walked away from any access to the family wealth. And they built a one room log cabin in the middle of the woods where they grew most of their own food. They practice yoga and meditation for several hours a day. They really lived off the land on NBC named their kid ocean. And they had you. Yes. Lisa. They almost named me kale. I've got to tell you for the sake of my future social life. I am so glad they took the more conservative route when they named their son because this was before kale with cool. That's what I think name my daughter's kale. Just because her name was Kayla. Yes. Absolutely. We did eat a lot of kale and cabbage and carrots and onions and broccoli and veggies from the garden, and as I got a little older. My dad ended ended up researching the food industry in which he had growing up and he came out with a book called diet for a new America, which really indicted that toxic food industry and shared how much we could gain with healthier food habits. And the media had a lot of fun with this story. They called him the rebel without a cone. People were inspired by his work one of his readers, ended up being my grandpa urban, Robin. Wow. Wow. This is kind of an amazing story. So my grandpa had lost his brother in law and business partner Burt Baskin to heart disease. My dad uncle Bert died at the age of fifty four my grandpa had a lot of investment in thinking that the standard American diet with just fine. Thank you very much. And that cream was good for you. Or certainly wasn't bad for you. But when he was seventy years old, he was facing serious, diabetes heart problems, weight issues and his doctor told him he didn't have long to live unless he made some big changes. And then shockingly enough his cardiologists gives them a copy of my dad's book diet, America. Wow. Wow. My grandpa had the amazing audacity to read, and he was inspired. He ended up changing his diet and changing his life. He gave up sugar he gave up process, most processed foods. He cut way down on his meat, and he started eating a lot more whole plant foods. Did he give up dairy? He got results he reversed his diabetes and heart disease, and he felt like way better, and he lived nineteen more vibrant, healthy years. So we have really seen it our family that when we standard American diet, we get the standard American diseases, and when we eat more conscious healthy foods, we can turn it all around. What do you know? I'm sorry. What do you know about dairy? And okay. Okay. Well, let's start there. Right. Well, obviously theory is the milk of a cow when it is cow dairy. You can also make dairy goats or sheep or any lactating memo, actually, and humans are the only species that drinks the milk of another species. And we're also the only species that drinks any milk after you know, infancy, and I think milk is a wonderful thing for babies, particularly the milk of their own species. There is no doubt about that. But the milk of another species as a little more complicated. And in fact, over half of humanity doesn't actually produce the critical enzymes necessary to even digest lactose properly after infancy because you know, our bodies were designed to drink milk and infancy, but not necessarily thereafter. So a lot of people get into gestion milk can trigger autoimmune issues because you're taking an foreign protein that many bodies regarded as such so they're quite a few studies out there about dairy products and human health, and I have yet to see any that indicate that it's necessarily beneficial for long term life expectancy when you look at where people in the world is the longest and healthiest lives. What you call the blue zone. Most of them consume very little dairy. When they do. It's usually fermented like yogurt, for example. And that permit station processing to make it more digestible, and you get a lot of wonderful benefits from the fermentation. But I don't know that that's really because of the dairy. You can make yogurt from a lot of different things. What about the the element of milk that causes inflammation in people? Why does that happen? Why are so many people lactose intolerant? Well, that goes intolerant. Is because they are literally not producing the enzymes in their guts. Okay. Let them digest lactose and that's true for over half of humanity. Most of all it's people of color. So you people of European descent have the most ability to digest it most folks with Asian or African descent not so much, and it's it's an interesting phenomena. But the reality is that if you are lactose intolerance because your body doesn't digestive properly, then you can feel indigestion you're gonna have various symptoms, maybe even some allergies and dairy at one of the most allergy induces out there. So I'll even say for myself, I ate dairy products until I was ten years old when I stopped eating dairy. I suddenly noticed I could breathe through my nose. And that's when I realized that I had not been able to review my notes for the first ten years of my life. Oh, I didn't realize that I was allergic to dairy. And it was like night and day. I was like oh my gosh. What breathing through your nose is like, and I talked about all this, by the way in great detail in my new book, thirty one date food revolution, which I'm so excited about it. I know we'll be talking about it a lot tonight. But I just wanna make sure everybody listening knows. It is available now thirty one day food revolution. Heal your body feel great and transform your world. And I really wrote it put the power in your hands where it's the lungs. You know, the truth is that we've kind of been lied to when it comes to food because we live in a toxic food culture. And we have a government that is kind of more accountable to the monied interests than it is to public well-being, and we have food industry that's more interested in making a buck Senate is in our house, and we have a medical industry, a health industry that frankly, more interested in prescribing pills for every ill than it is in actually helping us be well, so we don't need it services in the first place, and in that context, it is up to every single one of us to get informed. So we are not at the mercy of a toxic food system. And so we do not have to become the next victim heart disease cancer, diabetes, obesity, feeling like crap because these these diseases, maybe typical, but they do not have to be normal. So. A toxic food culture. And by the way, if you there's a ton of information on oceans website, thirty one day food revolution dot com, and it's the number three one thirty one day food revolution dot com. So is in your idea of a toxic food culture. Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing and the actual food culture? Oh, there's a huge difference because you know, marketing is about selling stuff. It's not about educating us. There have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals looking at food and health. Some of them have analyzed fifty thousand one hundred thousand people for twenty or thirty years or longer. Look what they ate how they lived and what their health outcomes were. So we have a lot of data. Now that shows pretty clearly that we could reverse most of the major chronic illnesses are times just by eating the right food. And yet if you look at the mainstream media, if you look at the marketing claims out there, you would think that we are completely confused. My friend. Yeah. Dr David Katz with the medical correspondent for good Morning America for several years and during his time there he was forbidden from ever covering the same story twice or offering the same advice twice. So he could only do one show in all of his ears. That said, you know, hopefully, plant our diet cancer, and heart disease and type two diabetes and obesity. And then anytime he wanted to say that again, they were like, Nope. Sorry. That's not news. It won't sell eyeballs to advertisers. It will just down boring, and how many times do people wanna hear it? No talk about some fat new diet, but says ain't nothing but grapefruits before noon. Yeah. Pineapples twenty two hours a day or two live off nothing, but wild sardines, and that would be news, and they would be happy to cover that. But if he wants to say, eat, basic real wholesome food, then they're gonna not even run it. But what about a new research that comes out every year? I mean, it's even last year you said that a massive study that last year. Absolutely. We are learning a lot about food and health. No question about it. But the basics the basic principles of human physiology have not fundamentally changed. And so most of the studies that we have seen tell us clearly that we could prevent or reverse massive illness, just by eating healthier food. And we have a pretty good idea. What that is. You know, most serious researchers recognize we need t- less sugar. We need less processed junk there over two thousand chemicals in our food supply that had been added by food industry. They were made in laboratories and most of them have never been tested for their health impact on humans. We need to eat less of that stuff. We need to eat less pesticides and less GMO's. We need to eat animal products, especially when they come from factory farms when we apply these principles, and this is I think the wonderful news, we can radically improve our health outcomes. Not not that everybody will be held. No matter what but you can dramatically increase, your odds of living and vibrant long healthy life. And it doesn't just my opinion. This is the result of countless study published in peer reviewed journals..

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12:18 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Coast AM. I only cigar. Do you know that last year? There was a study that found that the modern diet be modern American diet fueled six hundred seventy eight thousand deaths in the United States and eleven million worldwide in just one year joining me is ocean Robbins, he's the author of his new release the thirty one day food revolution. And it's really a guide to learning about freedom from a toxic food culture. Welcome ocean. Such a pleasure to have you on tonight. Thank you, Lisa. And it is a pleasure to be on with you as well. Absolutely. So I was talking the intro about your pretty unique family that you came from. And I have interviewed your your father. John robinson. Tell me a little bit about what your life was growing up was like growing up with a dad who pretty much left everything. This amazing little if you give you a little background founded an ice cream company. It was called Baskin Robbins. My dad John grew up with an ice cream cone shaped swimming pool in the backyard and thirty one flavors of ice cream in the freezer. He was groomed from early childhood to Wendy join in running the family company. He was sweeping the factory at the age of six, but when he was in his early twenties, he was offered that chance and he said, no and he walked away from a path that was practically paved with gold ice cream. As we jokingly say in our family, follow his own rocky road ended up moving with my mom to a little island off the coast of Canada. He walked away from any access to the family. Well, and they built a one room log cabin in the middle of the woods where they have their own food. They practice yoga and meditation for several hours a day. They really lived off the land and they named their kid ocean. And they had you. Yes. Lisa. They almost named Mikhail. I've got to tell you. But the of my future social life. I am so glad they took the more conservative route when they named their son because this was before kale with cool. That's what I nickname my daughter's kale. Just because her name was Kayla. Yes. Absolutely. We did eat a lot of kale and cabbage and carrots and onions and broccoli and veggies from the garden, and as I got a little older. My dad ended ended up researching the food industry in which he had growing up and he came out with a book called diet for any America, which really indicted that toxic food industry and shared how much we could gain with healthier food habits. And the media had a lot of fun with this story. They call him the rebel without a cone. Millions of people were inspired by his work one of his readers, ended up being my grandpa urban, Robin. Wow. Wow. This is kind of an amazing story. So my grandpa had lost his brother in law and business partner Burt Baskin to heart disease. My dad Dunkelberg died at the age of fifty four. My grandpa had a lot of investment in thinking that the standard American diet with just fine. Thank you very much. And that ice cream was good for you. Or certainly wasn't bad for you. But when he was seventy years old, he was facing serious, diabetes heart problems, weight issues and his doctor told him he didn't have long to leave unless he made some big changes. And then shockingly enough his cardiologists give them a copy of my dad's book, diet new America. Wow. Wow. My grandpa had the amazing daddy to read, and he was inspired. He ended up changing his diet and changing his life. He gave up sugar he gave up process, most processed foods. He cut way down on his meat, and he started eating a lot more for plant food. Did he give up very he got results? He reversed his diabetes and heart disease, and he felt like way better. And he lived nineteen more vibrant, healthy years. We've really seen in our family that when we eat the standard American diet, we get the standard American diseases, and when we eat more conscious healthy foods, we can turn it all around. What do you know? I'm sorry. What do you know about dairy? And okay. Well, let's start there. All right, Gary. Well, obviously theory is the milk of a cow when it is how dairy you can also make dairy from goats or sheep or any lactating memo, actually, and humans are the only species that drinks the milk of another species. And we're also the only species that drinks any milk after you know, infancy, and I think milk is a wonderful thing for babies, particularly the milk of their own species. There is no doubt about that. But the milk of another species says a little more complicated. And in fact, over half of humanity. I doesn't actually produce the critical enzymes necessary to even digest lactose properly after infancy because you know, our bodies were designed to drink milk in infancy, but not necessarily thereafter. So a lot of people get indigestion milk can trigger autoimmune issues because you're taking a foreign protein that. Anybody's regarded as such. So there are quite a few studies out there about dairy products and human health, and I have yet to see any that indicate that it's necessarily beneficial for long term life expectancy when you look at where people in the world there, the longest and healthiest live what Dan called the blue zones. Most of them consume very little dairy. When they do. It's usually fermented like yogurt, for example. And that permission processing to make it more digestible, and you get a lot of wonderful benefits from the fermentation. But I don't know that that's really because of the dairy. You can make yogurt from a lot of different things. What about the the element of milk that causes inflammation in people? Why does that happen? Why are so many people lactose intolerant? Lactose intolerant. Is because are literally not producing the enzymes in their gut. Okay. Let them digest lactose and that's true for over half of humanity. Most of all people of color, so you people of European descent have the most ability to digest it most folks of of of Asian or African descent not so much, and it's it's an interesting phenomena. But the reality is that if you are lactose intolerant. Because your body doesn't digest it properly, then you can feel some indigestion. You're gonna have various symptoms, maybe even some allergies dairy at one of the most allergy induces out there. So I'll even say for myself, I ate dairy products until I was ten years old when I stopped eating dairy. I suddenly noticed I could breathe through my nose. And that's when I realized that I had not been able to review my notes for the first ten years of my life. Oh, I didn't realize that I was allergic to dairy. And it was like night and day. That was like, oh my gosh. What breathing through your nose is like, and I talked about all this, by the way in great detail in my new book, thirty one date food revolution, which I'm so excited about it. I know we'll be talking about it a lot tonight. But I just want to make sure everybody listening knows it is available now thirty one day food revolution heal your body. Feel great and transform your world. And I really wrote it to put the power in your hands where it's the lungs. You know, the truth is that we've kind of been lied to when it comes to food because we live in a toxic food culture. And we have a government that is kind of more accountable to that the monied interests than it is to public well-being, and we have food industry that's more interested in making a buck Senate is in our house, and we have a medical industry help industry that frankly more interested in prescribing pills for every ill Bennett is in actually helping us be well, so we don't need it services in the first place, and in that context, it is up to every single one of us. Get informed. So we are not at the mercy of a toxic food system. And so we do not have to become the next victim apart disease cancer, diabetes, obesity, feeling like crap. Because these these these maybe typical, but they do not have to be normal. So a toxic food culture. And by the way, if you there's a ton of information on oceans website, thirty one day food revolution dot com, and it's the number three one thirty one day food revolution dot com. So is in your idea of a toxic food culture. Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing and the actual food culture? Oh, there's a huge difference. 'cause you know marketing is about selling stuff. It's not about educating us. There have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals. Looking at food and health. Some of them have analyzed fifty thousand one hundred thousand people for twenty or thirty years or longer. Look what they ate how they lived and what their health outcomes were. So we have a lot of data. Now that shows us pretty clearly that we could be most of the major chronic illnesses are times just by eating the right foods. And yet if you look at the mainstream media, if you look at the marketing claims out there, you would think that we are completely confused. My friend. Dr David Katz was the medical correspondent for good Morning America for several years and during his time there he was forbidden from ever covering the same story twice or offering the same advice twice. So he could only do one show in all of his ears. That said, you know, hopefully, plant power, diet cancer, and heart disease and type two diabetes and obesity. And then anytime he wanted to say that again, they were like, Nope. Sorry. That's not news. It won't sell eyeballs to advertisers. It will. It sounds boring and how many times do people wanna hear it? No. We can talk about some fat new diet, but says the nothing, but grapefruits before noon or pineapples when he three hours a day or two live off nothing, but wild sardines, and that would be news, and they would be happy to cover that. But if you want to say basic real wholesome food, then they're going to not even run it. But what about the new research that comes out every year? I mean, it's even last year you said that a massive sunny that last year over lately, we are learning a lot about food and health. No question about it. But the basics the basic principles of human physiology have not fundamentally changed. And so most of the studies that we have seen clearly that we could prevent or reverse massive illness, just by eating healthier food. And we have a pretty good idea. What that is. You know, most serious researcher. Recognize we need less sugar. We need to eat less processed junk there over two thousand chemicals in our food supply that have been added by food industry. They were made in laboratories and most of them have never been tested for their health impact on humans. We need less of that stuff. We need to eat less pesticides and less GMO's. We need to eat less animal products, especially when they come from factory farms when we apply these principles, and this is I think the wonderful news, we can radically improve our health outcomes. Not not that everybody will be healthy. No matter what but you can dramatically increase, your odds of living and vibrant long healthy life. And this isn't just my opinion. This is the result of countless studies published in peer review, journals filled..

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11:09 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So is in your idea of a toxic food culture. Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing and the actual food culture? Oh, there's a huge difference. 'cause you know marketing is about selling stuff. It's not about educating us. There have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals. Looking at food and health. Some of them have analyzed fifty thousand one hundred thousand people for twenty or thirty years or longer look at what they ate how they live and what their health outcomes were. So we have a lot of data. Now that shows us pretty clearly that we could reverse most of the major chronic illnesses of our times just by eating the right food. And yet if you look at the mainstream media, if you look at the marketing claims out there, you would think that we are completely confused. My friend. Yeah. Dr David Katz was the medical correspondent for good Morning America for several years and during his time there he was forbidden from ever covering the same story twice or offering the same advice twice. So he could only do one show in all of his ears. That said, you know, hopefully, plant our diet cancer, and heart disease and type two diabetes and obesity. And then anytime he wanted to say that again, they were like, Nope. Sorry. That's not news. It won't sell eyeballs to advertisers. It will just down boring, and how many times do people wanna hear it talked about some fat new diet that says the nothing but grapefruit before noon or pineapple twenty three hours a day or two live off nothing, but wild sardines, and that would be news, and they would be happy to cover that. But if you want to say, basic real. Wholesome food, then they're gonna not even run it. But what about the new research that comes out every year? I mean, it's even last year you said that a massive sunny that last year over lately, we are learning a lot about food and health. No question about it. But the basics the basic principles of human physiology have not fundamentally changed. And so most of the studies that we have seen tell us clearly that we could prevent or reverse massive illness, just by eating healthier food. And we have a pretty good idea. What that is most serious. Researchers recognized we need less sugar. We need to eat less processed junk there over two thousand chemicals in our food supply that have been added by food industry. They were made in laboratories and most of them have never been tested for their health impact on humans. We need to eat less of that stuff. We need to eat less pesticides and less GMO's. We need let. Animal products, especially when they come from factory farms when we apply these principles, and this is I think the wonderful news, we can radically improve our health outcomes. Not not that everybody will be healthy. No matter what but you can dramatically increase your odds of living, vibrant, long, healthy life. And this isn't just my opinion. This is the result of countless studies published in peer review journals. So the study you were just talking about from the institute of health metrics and evaluation on these researchers that analyze hundreds of causes of death in over one hundred countries, they looked at two hundred different diet and lifestyle factors. And these researchers spent years on this report was called the global burden of disease, and they did indeed conclude that the American diet killed more people in this country last year, then all the people all the Americans rather that died in the wars of World War One. World War to Iraq. Botha backwards, Afghanistan war Korean war, Vietnam war combined all in one year. But this time the enemy wasn't another country, our guns or bombs it with their own knives and forks, and what we were doing with them. You know, we are essentially digging our own graves with their knives and for the standard American diet. So that means dairy wheat meat sugar. Alcohol that's match it, and and and all that process chemicals that that any one of the things that okay with names that you and I can't even pronounce right? Yes. So you said over two thousand chemicals in our food supply. So this is in the US. But what about when these types of chemicals are carried into foods in now in Italy? Italy used to be genetically modified free GMO free, right? And fortunately that has now changed just by Mike Gration. And that is so sad. Yeah. Well, we live in a global food supply system where travel all over the world, and the beauty of that is of course, we can eat lots of different things, you know, and you can have buried in season. They're in season somewhere just about all the time. So you can enjoy food from all of the world. But the bad part of it is that toxin also spread around the globe. And a lot of the American produce is actually growing in China. Or Mexico where the standard maybe lower than what we're used to what we would expect from our farmers, and where there are pesticides that we wouldn't allow like DDT, but they're still being used to grow food in many other countries and ironically DDT, which has been banned in the United States is still produced in the United States American companies sold overseas to an and then it being used in agriculture, and then that produce, and and grains and lake are being shipped back to America. And he was a long long word. But what is it? It's a it's a pesticide. Right. ADT is a pesticide. And it's been a it's been proven to cause cancer, and you know, many other many other health problems. It kills burdens that was how Rachel Carson wrote the book silent spring which helped to popularize an awareness of how serious it was human symptoms can include it can cause vomiting. Tremors shaking. It features lab animals so effects on the liver and reproduction it's considered a human carcinogen, it can probably cause cancer. And and definitely kill birds. It's been banned in the US for over forty years, but it's still being used in other countries. And so if you're wondering, what do you do about all this because it can sound kind of scary and kind of depressing. One of the top things you can do is to go again. Because organically grown food by definition is not free, and it is tested. If it's local DDT, but other neuro toxic pesticides as well. So when you choose organic grown food, you're getting away from that stuff, and it's got to be organic in your local area. So that it's not it's US standards in terms of if you're eating it here in the US. Well, if you're in the US than anything certified organic that is sold in the US has to comply with the USDA standards. So there are farms, and even in China or Mexico or many other countries that are growing organically for the US markets, and when they do that then they have to comply with this specific of the law. Now, let me be clear that they will they will cut corners wherever they can. So we need to fight to keep that law meaningful. And right now, it is meaningful. But we've got to make sure that we're Jilin that it doesn't get diluted and. If you are have have the option to buy food, that's growing more locally, then that's better 'cause you can have more confidence farmer's markets community supported agriculture programs local food programs. He's really positive thing. They're good for a local economy. They help to reduce transportation costs to give you fresher food. And they also are a way of helping you to know what you're getting because you actually can know the farmers and no food comes from or you can grow it yourself. It's it is relatively easy with just a planter box to grow things like spinach, and kale and zucchini. But we'll talk about that in a second. Because. Absolutely. I love growing food. You are really good at it. I can't wait to hear about your tips. You're really amazing green. Thumb over there. And I can't wait to hear about your farm. But let's talk about water really quickly because water you say on page sixty seven of the thirty one day food revolution that water supplies. Of more than seventy five percent of all Americans are contaminated by chromium six. Yeah. Is that chromium six is a cancer causing chemical that was made famous in the movie. Erin brockovich. Julia Roberts played Erin Brockovich in that film. And it's contaminating the water of more than two hundred million Americans right now. We have tremendous tests showing us this. But it's still there. We've also got chlorine in almost all the water supplies in America. And lead levels are quite serious as well. You may have heard about place Cup Flint Michigan where lead levels were dangerously high and kids were put it serious risk. But it's not just in Flint turns out hurting to an investigation that was published in the Washington Post that we have lead in twenty percent of the water systems in the United States, unsafe levels. According to the US EPA unsafe levels daycare center, that's key. I didn't really we're having such a good time. We're we'll have two quick break here ocean. We will be right back to talking about more things fake fish, all sorts of different. Things are going to be talking about when we come back with ocean Robinson is thirty one day food revolution concept, and we'll take a quick break unleashed cigar. You're listening to coast to coast. I am. 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12:14 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Welcome back to coast to coast AM. I Lisa cigar. Did you know that last year? There was a study that found that the modern diet be modern American diet fueled six hundred seventy eight thousand deaths in the United States and eleven million worldwide in just one year joining me is ocean Robbins, he's the author of his new release the thirty one day food revolution. And it's really a guide to learning about freedom from a toxic food culture. Welcome ocean. Such a pleasure to have you on tonight. Thank you, Lisa. And it is a pleasure to be on with you as well. Absolutely. So I was talking in the intro about your pretty unique family that you came from. And I have interviewed your your father John Robinson? Tell me a little bit about what your life was growing up was like growing up with a dad who pretty much left everything. This amazing little give you a little background founded an ice cream company. It was called Atkin Robbins. My dad John grew up with an ice cream cone shaped swimming pool in the backyard. Thirty one flavors of ice cream in the freezer. He was groomed from early childhood to Wendy join in running the family company. He was sweeping the factory at the age of six. But when he was in his early twenties, he was offered that chance, and he said, no and he walked away from the path that was practically paved with gold ice cream. You as we jokingly say in our family follow his own rocky road ended that moving with my mom to a little island off the coast to Canada. He had walked away from any access to the family. Well, and they built a one room log cabin in the middle of the woods where they grew most of their own food. They practice yoga and meditation for several hours a day. They really lived off the land on NBC named their kid ocean. And they had you. Yes. You don't leave almost named Mikhail? I've got to tell you, but take of Mike future social life. I am so glad they took the more conservative route when they named their son because this was before kale with cool. That's what I need name. My daughter's kale. Just because her name was Kayla. Yes. Absolutely. We did eat a lot of kale and cabbage and carrots onions and broccoli and veggies from the garden, and as I got a little older. My dad ended ended up researching the food industry in which she had grown up and he came out with a book called diet for a new America, which really indicted, the toxic food industry and shared how much we could gain with healthier food habits. And the media had a lot of fun with this story. They call him the rebel without a cone. People were inspired by his work one of his readers, ended up being my grandpa urban, Robin. Wow. Wow. This is kind of an amazing story. So my grandpa had lost his brother in law and business partner for Baskin to heart disease. My dad Dunkelberg died at the age of fifty four my grandpa had a lot of investment in thinking that the standard American diet with just fine. Thank you very much. And that ice cream was good for you. Or certainly wasn't bad for you. But when he was seventy years old, he was facing serious, diabetes heart problems, weight issues and his doctor told him he didn't have long to live unless he made some big changes. And then shockingly enough his cardiologists gives them a copy of my dad, book diet you America. Wow. Wow. My grandpa had the amazing audacity to read, and he was inspired. He ended up changing his diet and changing his life. He gave up sugar he gave up process, most processed foods. He cut way down on his meat eating a lot more plant food. Did he give up Gary he got results he reversed his diabetes and heart disease, and he felt like way better. And he lived nineteen more vibrant, healthy ears. So we have really seen in our family that when we the standard American diet, we get the standard American diseases, and when we eat more conscious healthy foods, we can turn it all around. What do you know? I'm sorry. What do you know about dairy? Okay. Well, let's start there. All right, Gary. Well, obviously theory is milk of a cow when it is cow dairy. You can also make dairy from goats or sheep or any lactating memo, actually, and humans are the only species that drinks the milk of another species. And we're also the only species that drinks any milk after you know, infancy, and I think milk is a wonderful thing for babies, particularly the milk of their own species. There is no doubt about that. But the milk of another species says a little more complicated. And in fact, over half of humanity doesn't actually produce the critical enzymes necessary to even digest lactose properly after infancy because you know, our bodies were designed to drink milk in infancy, but not necessarily thereafter. So a lot of people get into gestion milk can trigger autoimmune issues because you're taking a foreign protein that many bodies. Is regarded as such. So they're quite a few studies out there about dairy products and human health, and I have yet to see any that indicate that it's necessarily beneficial for long term life expectancy when you look at where people in the world there, the longest and healthiest lives what new called the blue zones most of them consume very little dairy when they do. It's usually fermented like yogurt, for example. And that permit Haitian process seems to make it more digestible, and you get a lot of wonderful benefits from the fermentation. But I don't know that that's really because of the dairy. You can make yogurt from a lot of different things. What about the the element of milk that causes inflammation in people? Why does that happen? Why are so many people lactose intolerant? Well, that goes intolerant is because they're literally not producing the enzymes in their gut. Okay. Let them digest lactose and that's true for over half of humanity. Most of all people of color, so you people have. European descent have the most ability to digest it most folks of of of Asian or African descent not so much, and it's it's an interesting phenomena. But the reality is that if you are lactose intolerance because your body doesn't digest it properly, then you can feel some indigestion you're gonna have various symptoms, maybe even some allergies dairy at one of the most allergy induces out there. So I'll even say for myself, I ate dairy products until I was ten years old when I stopped eating dairy. I suddenly noticed I could breathe through my nose. And that's when I realized that I had not been able to beat you my notes for the first ten years of my life. Oh, I didn't realize that I was allergic to dairy. And it was like night and day. That was like, oh my gosh. What breathing through your nose is like, and I talked about all this, by the way in great detail in my new book, thirty one date food revolution, which I'm so excited about it. I know. We'll be talking about it a lot tonight. But I just wanna make sure everybody listening knows. It is available now thirty one day food revolution. Heal your body feel great and transform your world. And I really wrote it put the power in your hands where it's along. You know, the truth is that we've kind of been lied to when it comes to food because we live in a toxic food culture. And we have a government that is kind of more accountable to the monied interests than it is to public well-being, and we have food industry that's more interested in making a buck Senate is in our house, and we have medical industry, a health industry that frankly, more interested in prescribing pills for every ill than it is in actually helping us be well, so we don't need it services in the first place, and in that context, it is up to every single one of us to get informed. So we are not at the mercy of a toxic food system. And so we do not have to become the next victim apart disease cancer, diabetes obesity, feeling like crap because these these diseases, maybe typical, but they do not have to be normal. So. A toxic food culture. And by the way, if you there's a ton of information on oceans website, thirty one day food revolution dot com, and it's the number three one thirty one day food revolution dot com. So is in your idea of a toxic food culture. Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing, and the actual food culture culture? Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing and the actual food culture? Oh, there's a huge difference. 'cause you know marketing is about selling stuff. It's not about educating us. There have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals looking at food and health. Some of them have analyzed fifty thousand one hundred thousand people for twenty or thirty years or longer look at what they ate how they lived, and what their health outcomes were the we have a lot of data. Now that shows pretty clearly that we could be verse. Most of the major chronic illnesses are times just by eating the right food. And yet if you look at the mainstream media, if you look at the marketing claims out there, you would think that we are completely confused. My friend. Dr David Katz with the medical correspondent for good Morning America for several years and during his time there he was forbidden from ever covering the same story twice or offering the same advice twice. So he could only do one show in all of his years that said, you know, hopefully, plant our diet cancer, and heart disease and type two diabetes and obesity. And then anytime he wanted to say that again, they were like, Nope. Sorry. That's not news. It won't sell eyeballs to advertisers. It will just down boring, and how many times do people wanna hear it talk about some fat new diet that says ain't nothing but grapefruit support noon pineapples twenty two hours a day or two live off nothing, but wild sardines, and that would be news, and they would be happy to cover that. But if he wants to say, basic real. Wholesome food, then they're gonna not even run it. But what about the new research that comes out every year? I mean, it's even last year you said that a massive study that last year. Lutely, we are learning a lot about food and health. No question about it. But the basics the basic principles of human physiology have not fundamentally changed. And so most of the studies that we have seen clearly that we could prevent or reverse massive illness, just by eating healthier food. And we have a pretty good idea. What that is. You know, most serious researchers recognized we need less sugar. We need t- less processed junk there over two thousand chemicals in our food supply. It had been added by food industry. They were made in laboratories and most of them have never been tested for their health impact on humans. We need to eat less of that stuff. We need to eat less pesticides and less GMO's. We need t- let anima products, especially when they come from factory farms when we apply these principles, and this is I think so wonderful news, we can radically improve our.

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"diet cancer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:22 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The milk of another species as a little more complicated. And in fact, over half of humanity doesn't actually produce the critical enzymes necessary to even digest lactose properly after infancy because you know, our bodies were designed to drink milk in infancy, but not necessarily thereafter. So a lot of people get indigestion milk can trigger autoimmune issues because you're taking a foreign protein that anybody's regarded as such. So there are quite a few studies out there about dairy products and human health, and I have yet to see any that indicate that it's necessarily beneficial for long term life expectancy when you look at where people in the world there, the longest and healthiest live what Dan new call the blue zone most of them consume very little dairy when they do. It's usually fermented like yogurt, for example. And that permit tation processing to make it more digestive. And you get a lot of wonderful benefits from the fermentation. But I don't know that that's really because of the dairy. You can make yogurt from a lot of different things. What about the the element of milk that causes inflammation in people? Why does that happen? Why are so many people lactose intolerant? Lactose intolerant. Is because they are literally not producing the enzymes in their gut. Okay. Let them digest lactose and that's true for over half of humanity. Most of all it's people of color. So you people of European descent have the most ability to digest it most folks of of of Asian or African descent not so much, and it's it's an interesting phenomena. But the reality is that if you are lactose intolerant. Because your body doesn't digest it properly, then you can feel some indigestion. You're gonna have various symptoms, maybe even some allergies dairy as one of the. Most allergy induces out there. So I'll even say for myself, I ate dairy products until I was ten years old when I stopped eating dairy. I suddenly noticed I could breathe through my nose. And that's when I realized that I had not been able to review my notes for the first ten years of my life. Oh, I didn't realize that I was allergic to dairy. And it was like night and day. That was like, oh my gosh. What breathing through your nose is like, and I talked about all this, by the way in great detail in my new book thirty one day food revolution, which I'm so excited about it. I know we'll be talking about it a lot tonight. But I just wanna make sure everybody listening knows. It is available now thirty one day revolution heal your body. Feel great and transform your world. And I really wrote it to put the power in your hands where it's the lungs. You know, the truth is that we've kind of been lied to when it comes to food because we live in a toxic food culture. And we have a government that is kind of more accountable to that the monied interests than it is to public well-being, and we have a food industry. That's more interested in making a buck Senate is in our house, and we have a medical industry a health industry. Frankly, more interested in prescribing pills for every ill than it is in actually helping us be well, so we don't need it services in the first place, and in that context, it is up to every single one of us. Get informed. So we are not at the mercy of a toxic food system. And so we do not have to become the next victim heart disease cancer, diabetes, obesity, feeling like crap because these these diseases, maybe typical, but they do not have to be normal. So a toxic food culture. And by the way, if you there's a ton of information on oceanside site thirty one day food revolution dot com, and it's the number three one thirty one day food revolution dot com. So is in your idea of a toxic food culture. Does that have to do with the campaigns? We see about milk does a body. Good. And is there a difference between the marketing and the actual food culture? Oh, there's a huge difference because you know, marketing is about selling stuff. It's not about educating us. There have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals looking at food and health. Some of them have analyzed fifty thousand one hundred thousand people for twenty or thirty years or longer. Look what they ate how they live and what their health outcomes were. So we have a lot of data. Now that shows us pretty clearly that we could reverse most of the major chronic illnesses are times just by eating the right foods. And yet if you look at the mainstream media, if you look at the marketing claims out there, you would think that we are completely confused. My friend. Yeah. Dr David Katz was the medical correspondent for good Morning America for several years and during his time there he was forbidden from ever covering the same story twice or offering the same advice twice. So he could only do one show in all of his ears. That said, you know, hopefully, plant powered diet cancer, heart disease and type two diabetes and obesity. And then anytime he wanted to say that again, they were like, Nope. Sorry. That's not news. It won't sell eyeballs to advertisers. It will just sound boring. And how many times do people wanna hear it? We can talk about some fat new diet that says the nothing but grapefruits before noon or. Apples twenty two hours a day or two live off nothing but wildcard teams, and that would be news, and they would be happy to cover that. But if he wants to say basic real wholesome food, then they're going to not even run it. But what about the new research that comes out every year? I mean, it's even last year you said that a massive sunny that last year over lately, we are learning a lot about food and health. No question about it. But the basics the basic principles of human physiology have not fundamentally changed. And so most of the studies that we have seen hell clearly that we could prevent or reverse massive illness, just by eating healthier food. And we have a pretty good idea. What that is. You know, most serious researchers recognized we need less sugar. We need to eat less processed junk there over two thousand chemicals in our food supply that have been added by food industry. They were made in laboratories. And most of them have never been tested for their health impact on humans. We need to eat less of that stuff. We need to eat less pesticides and less GMO's. We need t-. Let's animal products, especially when they come from factory farms when we apply these principles, and this is I think the wonderful news, we can radically improve our health outcomes. Not not that everybody will be healthy. No matter what but you can dramatically increase your odds of living, vibrant, long, healthy life. And this isn't just my opinion. This is the result of countless studies published in peer reviewed journals. So that study you were just talking about from the institute of health metrics and evaluation. These were researchers that analyze hundreds of causes of death in over one hundred countries, they looked at two hundred different diet and lifestyle factors. And these researchers spent years on this their report was called the global burden of disease, and they did indeed conclude. That the American diet killed more people in this country last year. Then all the people all the American rather that died in the wars of World War One World War to Iraq. Both Iraq wars, Afghanistan war Korean war. Vietnam war combined all in one year. But this time the enemy wasn't another country or guns or bombs it with their own knives and forks, and what we were doing with them. You know, we are essentially digging our own graves with their knives and four standard American diet. So that means dairy wheat meat sugar alcohol that's match it, and and all the process chemicals that that any. Okay. With names that you and I can't even pronounce right? Yes. So you said over two thousand chemicals in our food supply. So this is in the US. But what about when these types of chemicals are carried into foods in now in Italy? Italy used to be genetically modified or free GMO free, right? And fortunately that has now changed just by migration. And that is so sad. Yeah. Well, we live in a global food supply system where travel all over the world, and the beauty of that is of course, we can eat lots of different things, you know, and you can have blueberries in season they're in season somewhere just about all the time. So you can enjoy foods from all over the world. But the bad part of it is that toxins. Also sped around the globe. And a lot of the American produce is actually growing in China. Or Mexico where the standards may be lower than what we're used to what we would expect from our farmers, and where there are pesticides that we wouldn't allow like DDT, but they're still being used to grow food in many other countries and ironically DT, which has been banned in the United States is still produced in the United States American companies old overseas to an and then it being used in agriculture, and then that produce, and and grains, and like are being shipped back to America. And. A long long word. But what is it? It's a it's a pesticide. Right. ADT is a pesticide. And it's been a it's been proven to cause cancer, and you know, many other many other health problems. It kills burdens that was how Rachel Carson wrote the book silence spring, which helped to popularize and awareness of how serious it was human symptoms can include it can cause vomiting tremor shaking. This is your lab animals so effects on the liver and reproduction it's considered a human carcinogen, it can probably cause cancer. And and definitely kills birds. It's been banned in the US for over forty years, but it's still being used in other countries. And so if you're wondering, what do you do about all this because it can sound kind of scary and kind of depressing. One of the top things you can do is to go organic because Ganic growing food by definition. Is not free, and it is tested. If it's local tea, but other neuro toxic pesticides as well. So when you choose organically grown food, you're getting away from that stuff, and it's got to be organic in your local area. So that it's not it's US standards in terms. If you're eating it here in the US. Well, if you're in the US, then anything it is certified organic that is sold in the US has to comply with the USDA standards. So there are farms in even in China or Mexico or many other countries that are growing organically for the US market. And when they do that then they have to comply with the specifics of the law. Now, let me be clear that they will they will cut corners wherever they can. So we need to fight to keep that law meaningful. And right now, it is meaningful. But we've got to make sure that we're vigilant that it doesn't get they looted. And if you are. Have have the option to buy food? That's growing more locally. Then that's better because you can have more confidence farmer's markets community supported agriculture programs local food programs. He's really positive thing. They're good for our local economy. They help to reduce transportation costs to give fresher food. And they also are a way of helping you to know what you're getting because you actually can know the farmers and no worry food comes from or you can grow it yourself. It's it is relatively easy with just a planter box to grow things like spinach, and kale and zucchini. But we'll talk about that in a second. Because. Absolutely. I loved growing food. You are really good at it. I can't wait to hear about your tips. You're really amazing green. Thumb over there. And I can't wait to hear about your farm. But let's talk about water really quickly because water you say on page sixty seven of the thirty one day food revolution that water supplies of more than seventy five percent of all Americans are. Contaminated by chromium six. Yeah. Is that chromium six is a cancer causing chemical that was made famous in the movie, Erin Brockovich? Julia Roberts played Erin Brockovich in that film. And it's contaminating the water of more than two hundred million Americans right now..

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"diet cancer" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on WDRC

"New year. Happy new year liars happy new year to you and all your listeners. Well, so what is it was this bound to happen? The split down the middle of American is it really anything that. That's that unusual in American politics. Yeah. I think it was bound to happen. Even even if Madison warned against the federalist papers. There's a lot at stake in the bigger government gets. More intrusive. It get. The more people are affected in the more people. I think to want to. Voiced your opinion. I read the piece in reaction who. In merkin, think pieces on the need for a return to civility in in the political debate, which has only existed once. Publican's stopped. Nice and started behaving like democrat. In in terms of what they did. And what they said. And the establishment thinkers. The intellectual establishment, which includes the media with the politicians in the universe. They don't like being called nothing wrong with calling out Republicans and doing all saying and doing all kinds of nasty, but they really can't handle it when it's when it's when it's turned against him. And so they got everybody understood push for civility. Free-for-all? We're going through right now is because I like it because it forces us to take a look at solutions to problems that really, you know, the wall has been talked about forever. But Trump is really the first president to actually say, let's make this happen. And let's let's make the wall a solid barrier, for example. And and the Democrats don't like that because they know it has tremendous appeal for the general public if it didn't I think you'd see a the kind of reaction that we've had several times when presidents like Bush, George W said, I'll see you at the signing ceremony. You know, expecting to sign a Bill for amnesty in the summer of one right before the terrorist attacks and the American public burn down, the switchboard's on Capitol Hill and said, don't you dare do this and it stopped? If there really was public opposition to the wall. Don't you think we'd see the same kind of phenomenon today? I think you would. And I think. The George W Bush is a is a good example. Remember, he was United not a divider. Yup. And he tried to bring people together, and he tried to work with Democrats on on on education, for example. And as soon as the Bill was signed the Democrats turned around and attacked him with his much as state had during the campaign. The the issue here is not the lack of civility the issue. Here is the effort by the left to control the conversation. And they only want to talk about what they wanna talk about in the reason. I mean when you when you when you look at the at the allegations of sexism, and racism, and and a supreme court nominee libeled and slandered with allegations of sexual assault during his confirmation hearing. Coming from the conservatives that wasn't coming from the Republicans that was coming from a left, and as far as they were concerned that was just normal course of business, fair comment, aggressive pursuit of of Justice on behalf of Dr Christina last before I call it a smear campaign, and you you see it again. And again, and again, there's there's one standard for a double standard. It's there's one standard for Democrats in this one entity Republicans you and I are both old enough to remember the horrible things that were said about Ronald Reagan. That the left out pretends they never uttered. But I I was I was looking looking on Twitter. Today, and someone was tweeting along feed ended up falling this person about how Ronald Reagan just stood by and let forty million gay people die from eight which is a lie, which is which is a lie on a number of tar on the number of level. Reagan hated gays, and he he was happy to let them die. And it was forty million people wasn't forty million Reagan days, and I don't understand, you know, Ronald Reagan was a movie actor turned politician. He was a biochemist era or research scientists I don't know he was responsible for coming up with a cure for aids. What he did point out where when and what it ministration did clean out. We're have certain behaviors. Certain choices that people made made you more likely to contract this disease. It scared the hell out of everybody in the early nineteen eighty and for that he's still being Nestle vilified civil about that conversation. Very very little civil about the conversation with George Bush and the war in Iraq. Once it started. And then people started accusing Bush heading lied America into war. And frankly, nothing civil about mitt Romney's attack on President Trump in the Washington Post over the weekend where Romney appears to be saying I approve of everything Trump wants to do. I just don't like him personally. Yeah. And and by the way, Peter. Wouldn't you think that if if Romney wasn't doing exactly what most of those in the left stream media want him to do which is attack? Trump anybody who's attacking Trump they love and they'd be asking, where's the hypocrisy in you a very short time ago happily accepting and thanking the president for his endorsement and then turn around and attack. The man if you thought he was such a despicable person a person of no integrity, and no honesty. You could have easily said I don't want your endorsement, I don't respect you. And I don't like you. But he happily took it long enough to get elected as a Senator. And and and in fact, reached out for and now he's cozying up to the same people who told lies about him not paying taxes who made fun of the fact that he put his dog and a car carrier on the roof of the car while taking a family vacation an accused him of leading. Thousands of people who work for companies he invested in diet cancer by cutting off their health insurance. Also, not very civil in in terms of conversation. And this is why left wing talk radio doesn't work. Talk radio. Conspiracy theories date. There is a lot of crazy. But there's also a lot of intelligent conversation and dialogue between the host. And and the callers who can argue both points of view left-wing talk radio, which all screed. I tell you the work Peter when I first started doing this more than almost twenty five years ago. I told my producers naysayers go to the head of the line if somebody calls innocence, LARs, absolutely wrong about this put that person up man or woman, I will take their call. And I will be glad give them the naysayers ninety the ninety seconds uninterrupted if they wanted and as long as we can engage in a conversation, my audience gets the benefit of hearing both sides and my audience is both sides about two-thirds conservatives about one third liberals because we've done the research. We know who listens. And and I want them to hear both sides. But I want them to hear an idea beat another idea instead of just people screaming at each other. You can read what Peter writes at Newsweek, he is a contributing editor at Newsweek dot com. And.

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"diet cancer" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"And I was making forty two thousand and I asked him I said, I think I should make fifty thousand this is after ten years of being there. And this is your fulltime job aside. Stand up on the weekend didn't start sound to later. So how are you guys surviving the point? So so I said, so I said the Tom can I can I make fifty thousand I was making four to two thousand and Tom just set to me and granted he's going through chemo. Now, he goes John all diet cancer before I pay fifty thousand. Dive cancer. No. Unfortunately. But the thing is that then he finally said you don't want to give you a family health care, and that will equally other eight thousand two months later, k rock takes all the healthcare away because they changed their policy. I go up to Tom, and I go, Tom. This was part of my deal. He goes, well, I give it to you. I gotta give to everybody. I'm sorry. So ended up not even getting the healthcare at all. I never had healthcare from my kids when I was there. I mean, I get I get my own private healthcare. And I just hustled I made money on the side doing appearances. Then Finally, I always wanted to be a standup. I was afraid though because I thought I would start on every joke, and I said I had a if I could ask celebrities about the bowel movements I can get on stage. And then I did. And then and then I was able to start, you know, supplementing my income. Hey, listen, I know you might be thinking I want to buy some new things, but let me tell you. There's a better way to go had ever to posh, Mark. And shop for millions of closets across America. I was just on there. Site, and they have the greatest black one shoulder, beautiful,.

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"diet cancer" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics

Otters Talking Politics

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics

"S of salary per as anything that speeds up the process of cell reproduction leads to higher rates of kanther right and so this is this is a good argument i this is what i heard in i i think you're going there is that like they said in in the documentary like oh when you switch to vegan diet cancer cells actually don't grow as fast they don't become as big of a problem as compared to other diets in it's like it's so it's such a dome argue me because cancer cells require the same nutrients a regular cell does they're just out of control their growing and separating out of control right so basically the argument that they're making is is that a vegan diet dozen feed a cell as wells as another diet does to it's literally telling you if you if you actually read between the lines that a vegan diet is bad for you because it's not fuelling any of your cells rate it's not it's not that is not fuelling cancer cells specifically it's not fueling any of your cells the right way yeah and the thing is is that there's a good argument and it's sad saulet tivi made that americans eat too much meat whole yet we consume it at a level we really don't need i don't think people realize how much four ounces it's it's a deck of cards next time you get a chicken breast it's probably at least eight ounce wrote you can cut it and have that's your survey so there's definitely a good argument to be made that people eat too much of it and that really goes along with that the poison is in the dose like it matters how much of a thing you're taking it and if you're taking in so much that it's killing cells it can increase rates of cancer and that has nothing to do with the nature of the thing that you're taking in it could be water it could be milk it could be chicken it doesn't matter it's about the five it's about the amount it could be it could be sweet and low which is why everyone thinks diet coke gives you cancer it doesn't matter it's about how much of the thing you're taking in and the fact that you've now taken in.

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"diet cancer" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Troop of thirty in thirty dancing girls with bells on their fingers and then a guy juggling chainsaw and then me standing stockstill talking about muffins than a girl with cancer that things like an angel was a very have you you're not watching this season just described who's on the season know what it's worse slightly acts are parking crazy tack heavy and lots of a you know a bells and whistles and really like people are really stepping up but then there's also a girl like my dad's diet cancer this songs for him hit it and you can not cried a girl singing about her cancer dad having cancer is not a talent i'm sorry no but she's one of the lucky ones as is the dad she's she might win america's got talent and he's dying that daddy kudo usually doesn't work out that way usually someone's dying and she's by your bedside for too much time every day will tear really be home with your with your day go away and be able to tell competition trying to die over that i what some good watch on the tv what sounded like my dad's dying of cancer this means for him i'd lovely bunch of standing in full she sang christina peiris arms was about how how much you love being someone you love embrace it's like it's it was brutal police in two thousand years from twilight i would have been a little we'll extra sad for the cancer patients watches song about vampires living with thousands of years i know too much about everything so duty the reason i prefer up.

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"diet cancer" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"diet cancer" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"That makes perfect sense so tag about the book a little bit let's go in a little bit more detail now is it a weight loss mcconaughey talked about weight loss a lot or who who else can benefit from the book i'll man it sir it's a huge book and that made my publisher crazy because of beyond if they really wanted something that was like seven days to hollywood absent i was just like that's that's not really you you pick the wrong person i actually right my books in in the so this thing really covers everything from gut health auto immunity key to jennifer diets cancer diabetes neuro degeneration it it's really rain g but i i eat um roll it out in such a way that it's bite size chunks so even know that sound huge and potentially overwhelming it just weeds all of this story together about how our neuro regulation of appetite how we are told typically you know by on a biological level when if we enough when we not eaten enough and and uh it looks deeply at that as kind of a mechanistic cause for overeating and some of the problems that we face today but all of those mechanisms also play into things like autoimmune disease gastro intestinal disorders neuro degenerative disease cardiovascular disease even performance elements i i talk a little bit about athletic performance in the book but there's so much easy access to stuff like that and people who were already kind of athletic and eating well those are the folks that are going to.

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