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"douglas tino" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"douglas tino" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Things happening. In animals in whom calories were restricted a both in terms of longevity and also in terms of gene pathway activation and I began to become quite interested in that and as time moves forward, we began to see that. One of the issues that happens during fasting is ultimately you push the body into a state of burning fat as opposed to relying upon dietary sugar and carbohydrates or stored a sugar in the form of Glycogen, which is actually to be depleted. In. A day or so or up to three days and we began saying that you know it looks as if one of the major things that happens when we restrict individuals is we pushed him into Ketosis. So that caused us to. Begin to look at key doses from a mechanistic perspective what's happening a win the body? BEGINS TO USE DIETARY FAT And more importantly stored body fat. As fuel source what are the changes that happen and why are so many of these changes salubrious why are they actually opening the door for health and even helping to reverse diseases? So, that's when that literature started to really evolve and people you know a PhD's begin dedicating their lives to this type of. Research and so many of them have appeared Dr Douglas Tino at. University of South. Florida for example, one of the leaders Dr Thomas, safe read exploring how cheetos can be an augmented type of therapy along with an adjunct type of therapy along with other forms of therapy for cancer and Katie bar the door I mean. So many researchers are now a- deeply involved in looking at the nuts and bolts ketosis both its implementation and its downstream effects that it really has taken to a very pivotal moment which happened just a couple of weeks ago. Appearance the lead article in the Journal of the American Medical Association of. A powerful perspective article. Talking about the role of a Ketogenic Diet. In both managing type two diabetes as well as weight loss but that's it. It's been a long time coming. An open up the Journal of the American Medical Association and see that article on. The, first article. For All of us who've been kind of pushing our way through. Understanding and implementing ketogenic diets since a big day. Huge Day absolutely. I haven't seen that yet. So thanks for pointing out definitely check that out and yeah, the researchers really been Bob you've got more and more things coming out every single day last year a huge year for studies on it a really Austin stop and we'll dive into that a little bit more detail but first time on a dive into your your your I really huge hit that at least where I found out about you which was the green screen brain and so let's dive into the idea of grains and their impact on our blood sugar and arrive rain brain? Health. Certainly and Let me preface this by saying that Someone have the the idea that Dr Promoter is totally against grains and that eating grains is going to cause terrible things happen to you like your children will be more naked or something. In actuality? Some detrimental issues we should talk about as they relate to grains in general but more specifically. I think. That, there are a group of grains wheat and Rye do contain a type of protein called gluten. The has its own set of consequences that I think are really relevant a for general health and certainly play a role in brain health as well, and we'll explore that. But the other issue about a grain based Diet. Especially, a diet that favors these highly processed or modified grains is that it has a powerful detrimental effect upon a blood sugar regulation. And that really is the reason I would write a book. Called Grain Brain because we've learned and as I as I make very clear ingrained five years ago. That blood sugar regulation is pivotal as it relates to the destiny of your brain. that. Probably, the most important biometric that determines whether you will or won't become an Alzheimer's patient is what you're fasting. Blood sugar is today. So. There wasn't a huge amount of literature that that that time five years ago I'm just finishing the manuscript on the five-year revision, of grain brain. And the very empowering part of that has been for me. It's been very validating of earlier contentions at so much more literature has come out to indicate that. Yes There's this powerful relationship between your blood sugar today and your risk of dementia tomorrow a we had preliminary data back in two thousand and thirteen published in the New England Journal of Medicine September. Thirteenth two thousand thirteen a study that indicated in several thousand individuals who were followed close to seven years having no study except a fasting blood sugar at the beginning of the of the trial. That demonstrated that those individuals who had even very subtle elevations of their blood sugar. Demonstrated a dramatic increased risk for dementia at the conclusion of the study ahve those types of research publications have been replicated? And really hammer a powerful nail. into the idea. That there's this strong relationships. So the two major points that we developed ingrained were that blood sugar is fundamental for determining your brains destiny either good or bad. And that gluten was not a good thing to be eating. and. That said as we discuss the ladder you know it's very important to differentiate that we are not talking specifically about something called Celia disease, which is an autoimmune condition that may affect one point six to one percent of Americans were talking about detrimental effects, of gluten. And specifically, a protein contained in gluten called blyden detrimental effects that has on the gut lining, and therefore a house that increases the permeability of the gut lining, which opens the door quite literally. To Chemicals that lead to inflammation recognizing that it's inflammation that is the mechanism that leads to brain degeneration in Alzheimer's Parkinson's MS It's inflammation. That's the cornerstone of coronary artery disease, cancer and diabetes. So it really throws a wide net when we talk about the effects of gluten in terms of human physiology and pathophysiology for that matter. Yeah, absolutely, and like you're saying inflammation is interlining marker these sorts of neurodegenerative conditions. Alzheimer's has also been labeled type three diabetes in touched on the impact blood sugar on it, and so how to Kito and how can key tones make an impact when it comes to preventing Alzheimer's and also giving somebody that may have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's dementia improved quality of life. That's a very good question, and let's just go back to this landmark publication in the Journal. The American Medical Association from just two weeks ago,.

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"douglas tino" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"douglas tino" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Let's get back to this okay. Kito for kids. Adriana and Sean Wells or in studio with Sean Wells Kito expert. Adriana is a mom and Akito expert as well an advocate. She is a real food crusader Her son Parker was diagnosed with cancer in two thousand sixteen at the age of eighteen months. Nineteen nineteen months and and okay. So let's go to this. Okay what Let's see I'm trying to think. Where should I go with the so? What were some of your biggest challenges with feeding a child Akita Genyk Diet well at the beginning? He was only two? He was pre-verbal. I mean in the sense. He had a few words but couldn't tell me if he was feeling bad. He was also on Chemo when I put him on. Kito so we have a lot of challenges and was getting him to eat actually and so. I ended up making him my homemade cream cheese pancakes with pastured eggs. Full fat cream cheese. Mcat oil grass fed butter pretty much every meal for three months. And whatever works in my actual thought was this is incredibly nutrient dense food. And it's in a form that a two year old will eat it right and there was some days he'd eat five or six pastured eggs and butter and he'd eat scrambled eggs and avocado and other things like that and That's ultimately how. He transitioned him into therapeutic. Ketogenic diet was feeding him the same foods on repeat that he would actually eat and now he eats everything they eight five now. Yeah does he like you know? There's a sugar free catch up. Did you know that made by primal kitchen? Here's the thing when you've never fed like I've never fed him ketchup into catch up. Well I do too. I think all of those are for recovery by food recovery He's not into catch up. I mean maybe he's just not a catch kid he might not be but at my younger son is definitely more of like a sauce. Condiment boy my husband's a condom and guys. So maybe that's where it gets it from Parker's never been into it so we've never needed to use ketchup or any of those things. Because he never eat them. Yeah well we. All consume too much sugar in this country. And that's a that's a big problem. It is but but And they're not paying for this. I just love the Sugar. Free Primal Catch up a good product and they have to have you. Houston I have. I'm getting low on. I gotta get an extra always. Have a backup. I'm a ketchup girl anyway. But kids love Ketchup. That's why catch and you can mix it with. Mcat oil to help. That's a great way to start Getting their ratio's higher higher fat because people think that accusing diet is like a high protein diet. And it's not. It is high fat high fat high fat moderate protein low carbohydrate. So you know I always tell. Parents like identify the top ten foods. That your kids like and then. Let's find Kito Alternative. Write them and what kind of crutches to help them. Along the way well I brought in the book -Tarian By Dr will call a huge. Kito advocate as well That's got a lot of great recipes in it and a lot of advice for for new start or Dr Natio- winners book. There's so many Dr Dot Dom de Destino so many people that we've had on the show that are huge into Kito so What advice would you give families? Considering a therapeutic. Kita genyk diet for their kids like Christie to be patient with yourself at the beginning and not wait for the exact right time to get started. There's no perfect time. You know I've been doing this almost three years and at the beginning I had no idea what I was doing and I just started. I made mistakes along the way. Just keep chugging along ultimately like you have your big goal at the end of getting your child either disease-free or getting their seizures managed or helping their other behavior issues that are going on So ultimately that's what I would say is. Just be patient with yourself. Be Open to learning things realized. Things will change as your child's tastes change too. I mean if you're coming from a standard American Diet it's going to be tough at first but not impossible to do. And that's one of the things I try to share with parents to is that it doesn't have to be complicated. Yeah it's the simple meals simple food and the good thing is that makes taste good. Oh it does absolutely well And Okay so so Parker. How is he doing now and at? What point did you so when you started him on the Ketogenic Diet and then you kept going in for Diagnostics to see how would how is progress was tell that story so yeah it was a leap of faith to put him on. Kito the very first Marai after starting him on. Kito three months later. This is amazing. All Post Surgical Dima was resolved like gone completely and the tumor was thirty percent smaller and I was like a high knew it and it was. I really believe you know working in conjunction with the chemotherapy. It's that press pulse theory that Dr Douglas. Tino you know in doctors say freed have worked on and from there every single subsequent. Mri got better and better and December of twenty eighteen. His tumor was totally gone. We got the magic letters. No evidence of disease. Oh my God. That was the same Last June and has next scan is in April. We'll be ten months very hard for me to wait that long. But I'm of course always hopeful. He's still acute. Oh Kid I hope. It's enough to keep that tumor gone forever. Wow do you plan on keeping him on the Ketogenic Diet and did you get a lot of slack from other parents? I can only imagine one important thing and that slack. That's not what the word food is actually changing the narrative around it. I don't talk to other parents about it. I don't necessarily call it a diet. I caught nutritional therapy because most of these brain tumor does. They need speech. Therapy occupational therapy physical therapy feeding therapy. This nutritional therapy it is just as valid as any of those other interventions and so it's changing the narrative around it that it's not a fad diet. It's actually a medical way of eating. That is therapeutic. So that's one of the ways I've gone around it anything you want to add to this. Sean. Yup totally agree like the in the West. We desperately need this to fix ourselves. Because we're so broken metabolic Lee and this is we should be duel fuel. We should be using glucose for fuel and using ketones for fuel and so it's just tapping back into that kind of ancestoral fuel that we've somehow lost. Yeah in growing brains need fat absolutely absolutely what do you WanNa say you have about a minute before the show? Gosh what do I want to say you can come back? So you don't have much I just want parents to know that it's just food. You know there's so much fear at the beginning. Your kids are facing life threatening situations and it can seem really scary to all of a sudden change what they eat but ultimately it's just food and it puts life into perspective right. A childhood healthy and happy childhood is so much more than sugar and that goes for kids that are battling cancer and just regular healthy kids too so. I want parents to know that they do have choices. I love it and I just it spent so great to have you on the show. I can't wait to get back in studio everyone. Thank you so much for listening. You get one body you get one mind and you get one life. Get out there today and be contagious leave positive..

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"douglas tino" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"douglas tino" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"It doesn't matter who you are And so here we are with these guys signed nine year deals and if now marijuana is tacitly accepted by removing the you know the punishment for using it then. I think that we're going to see you know. Potentially these guys performance get worse sooner. So and that will devalue the product and that will value the experience for the fans and it will we'll We'll be financial burden on the teams etcetera etcetera. So I You know that's my biggest concern. I also think though we're going to see a lot of guys just continue to not participate and partake because these are performance athletes. They're they're obsessed assessed with being the best and in one personality that translates to smoking a Doobie or eaten a gummy bear. Or whatever but in another guy. It's going to translate translate into absolute abstinence and avoidance. So I don't know I think that I think it depends on the situation. It's probably a case by case thing. Obviously pain plays a big role in that conversation from guy to guy and I'm interested to see what happens of course I also also think we'll never know true right right especially since they're not testing for it. We're not going to really find out and I totally agree with you. That anybody who's using it is going to continue to use it. Anybody who's not is probably going to continue to not write some margin guys will go back forth but that's yeah. Yeah and and here's the thing too is if you are if you're not one of those nine year guys seven-year guys have near deal guys if if you are taking if you're using it too much and your performance dips near somebody right behind you in the minor leagues who didn't come up and take your spot. Yup You know an and that's something they're not afraid to do with major league baseball small like yeah. They've got guaranteed contracts but at the same time some in the league minimum is like five hundred thousand dollars which is a dip. The bucket for these guys are making you know so yeah like yes. Sent him by the wayside. Pay Him DFA Him cut him. Whatever sent him down to the minors and just bring somebody up at his place? WHO's making the same amount of money or maybe yeah the I guess the League minimum? WHO's making same out of money? WHO's not eating? gummy bear the smoke. It too much. We yeah we saw that with Jacoby Ellsbury he's on the payroll for a real long time doing a whole lot of nothing. Yeah exactly and it's just like well. It is what it is but we deal with it and we'll get you know. Yeah so they do. They will replace you even if they have to still pay you. Yeah no it's absolutely true and I wonder if this'll be something that will come up in the in the collective bargaining agreement saying okay. We're going to let you guys use marijuana as far as pain management A. I'm a cool down after a game. Whatever however we can't be stuck in these contracts with these players who are abusing it? Because we're not going to test for it. But if we got guys abusing in their in their Their performance dips because of it. We got to have an out. We can't have these guys on the payroll for ten years so salary cap cap on contracts plea to do something about it to help with it and I really wonder if that's something that's GonNa come in the collective bargaining agreement that they're gonNA have their separate ships and this is one one is a bone the MLB is throwing the players association. Saying okay you can have this but we want this in return when the time comes. Let's all be reasonable. Yeah totally so we can only hope for that where he here's hoping for that salary cap because electro my gosh acts threshold is obviously not enough. But it's not working. Yeah not not not even a little bit so we need a salary cap some fierce and you know who needs to be the Commissioner Baseball's Bob Costas. Yes we we haven't have. We haven't talked about the book thing re yet we will. We'll do an episode on our favorite books on baseball. But for those of you listening. If you've not read fair ball by Bob Bob Costas I implore you to give it a read. Just suggest listened to him. Just see what he has to say because he's got some ideas is that I think would change the face of baseball for the better. I agree I will say some of it doesn't age. Well as far as the the playoff race and stuff but the majority Jordan of that book ages very well and he brings up very good points. So yeah there's a little teaser for you. We'll talk about here I think it's on the docket to come up here. Pretty soon Yeah it'll be great but yes we'll go ahead and go through that but let's go ahead and we'll take a short break and when we come back we've got some mail bag questions that we're going to answer for are you. Hey I'm headed to concessions. Do you want me to grab something. Yeah anything whatever. You're getting okay. I saw Burger. I'll probably grab that no well. That doesn't sound good okay. I think there's barbecue probably nachos I don't think I want either of those either But just give me anything. What do you want I hot dog earlier? Okay I can do that well. No couples may quarrel but baseball is for lovers. Shop the lovers collection and nine plus dot com Welcome back baseball family Now that we've had such a wonderful time away we're back and we we are going to get into one of our favorite segments. Is The mail bag bag. I love it I have so much fun with the mailbag too. So let's start with this on. This has actually been sitting in my in my inbox for a long time. been waiting when Wade into this. This is from Jason Douglas. Tino you know He says let's take old school here. What was your main team in youth baseball? Not Every League is affiliated with Little League World Series who were your team's rivals and favourite memory. Break you go ahead and start us off at this because I know my answer And I can go on a great depths as that but you go ahead and start us off start with Your your Your main team like what was like either the team that you were for years or your favorite team that you played for. Yeah so so we some reason I always ended up playing for the diamondbacks. Oh Nice 'cause we had the MLB affiliated System System was minor league or the no back that it was literally right. So yeah so we were. We had the affiliates and we-were I was I was on the diamondbacks like two or three years. I played for the Florida. Marlins a couple of years live with the Marlins one year. Yeah I played. I played for the braves one year and It's it was really funny because Owen was the twins one year I so I never really had a main team that I was a pardon Gordon except I do remember the diamondbacks being prominent. Here's the thing. Though the the great injustice of it all was that we everybody would get together and have tryouts and All of the it was like this day long affair. All of the coaches were there at their clipboards and they were it. Getting people assigned assigning values to the speed and accuracy. And you know right anyway so we were. We are running around and I would recognize guys year after year. That never made it onto my team but always always made it on to the Yankees. He's always and I was like wait a minute you know I got. It took me way too long to realize what was going on by the way and I walked up to my dad one day and I was like dead What the crap hang? Hang on sick and they were the best team. They beat everybody all the time. Anyway the guy who was the head coach of the Yankees team was in my neighborhood and we knew them really well. Same Church congregation. Sores like Lo Que Dad. Why don't you put in a word with what's his name over there and how come I'm not wearing pinstripes man clean on the best team in the town down you know like what the crap so my dad's bless his heart you talk to the guy and he goes up tune into secures me? Try Try out with this team. And I'm like we already did. Try Okay. Whatever I'll go show up so it wasn't a tryout as what they told me it was it was just a practice actes? They just threw me into this team practice and it was like you know. I've missed like two weeks of their team practices so lots of cohesion was established. Already everybody knew each other from years previous etc and I played my freaking guts. Let's out and thought I did okay. Only to be told later on at the end of the day that I was not going to be playing for the team and it it broke my heart as a kid. It really did tore me up and I sat there crying. I was like ten like eleven may be maybe and and I sat there crying. Couldn't understand why And then my dad had to explain to me that they were Never GonNa let me on the team that the other guy did it as a personal favourite my dad but did they had no intention ever a leading me on the team and he didn't know that until he saw the guy interact with me during the practice because because he came with me and Yeah so then I had to join another team Just kind of as the odd man out Kinda thing worked out and it was fine. Had A great season loved it but but yeah that that's one of my That's one of my oldest memories from Little League in. It's it's rough one and you're still Yankees Fan yeah. I learned a lot about life at that in that one afternoon. Sounds like man. Yeah an experience. That was pretty rough. I'm good now that's good. I'm glad to hear the that's it so for me I played it the same group for three years when I was Ten Eleven and twelve My Friend's Dad put together this team just like a group of us. We all went to elementary school together. some guys lived on my street. Other guys looked cross town. But we were for all We're all I guess we all play in the same city league. He's kind of picked song. Put us all together. This is actually the team I learned how to play catcher on because up to that point I had caught one game and I guess he liked what he saw and I was and I think I think this is where it comes from. My Dad was my coach when I was nine in Michigan and play machine pitch and so he had all the all the gear. And so I'd put it on sometimes at my friend across the street who learned how to pitch. He had planned on the team with me and he was pitcher pitcher in a third baseman but We would go. We get in my front yard. I put on the gear and and I'd catch for him and so I wonder in his dad was one of the coaches and I wonder what if that's part of the reason they said hey bring Brad. He'll catch you know sure. And so it's either had played catcher with his team. Ten eleven twelve. We started We started out as the Marlins Orlands like I said when I was when I was ten we actually had to play a year up because we we're all supposedly one more year of machine pitch and they brought us up to play in the but like the eleven or twelve year old league so we had a hit life pitching and there are a few older kids that like there are few kids who belong legally like I had a good friend down the street. WHO's a year older thirty years older than me? He played on the team with us and he taught me how to hit life. Pitching the approach. Everything he's like it's not going to be in the same spot..

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"douglas tino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"douglas tino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Italy's coalition government, namely, the deputy, prime minister Matteo Salvini who heads the right-wing league or Lega party. Instead playing host was the other Italian coalition party anticipate five star movement a sign that even in Italy. Not everyone thinks Rome's decision to sign up to China's belt and road initiative is such a good idea. In fact, it's as controversial there as it is elsewhere in the European Union, and in the United States more on that in just a moment. First, though, what is China's belt and road initiative anyway, well on paper, it's just a plan by Beijing to finance and help build infrastructure along new and old silk groups and another words the old trade routes in and out of China in practice, though, it's a lot more than that. So says John Hillman at the Washington-based Center for strategic and international studies. These these days it's almost worth asking. What is not part of the Belton road? It's not a major focus on infrastructure projects and China's promise upwards of one trillion dollars for infrastructure beyond its borders, but the Bolton road even from day. One also included a whole host of other things trade agreements people to people exchanges and as the initiative has sort of gain traction within and outside China. Everyone has kind of grafted whatever their interest is under this very expansive banner. So now, you literally have Belton road marathons Bolton road fashion shows. And so it's really become almost a brand. But I think infrastructure really remains at the heart of it. And China's economic interests remain at the heart of it. You see it as a sort of a form of China expansionary moves around the globe. Yeah. I think if you cannot Mcgann cultural, yes. And there's political influence that China gains by doing these project. It's you know, it's able just using that example of Europe it's been able to weaken the EU's common policy toward China blocking criticism of China. And so, you know, there's a debate now within the EU about how do we more coherent approach toward China, and that becomes difficult. When Italy is taking one approach, France and other approach there are other countries, and especially in central and eastern Europe who are at odds with you know, having a stronger United European approach. How is this going down in America, this particular deal between Italy and China's belt policy? Washington has been somewhat skeptical of Beijing's intentions through the Velten road. And would certainly like to see a more United European approach. I'm struck by the fact that when this initiative was announced in two twenty thirteen and since then, you know, the US has been a little bit more insular, the EU also dealing with Brexit. And so while the sort of traditional leaders of globalization have been. Somewhat consumed with their own challenges. China has been reaching out quite aggressively through the belt Belton road. And so the Belton road provides this convenient banner under which many Chinese interests can be organized in advanced John Hillman at the CSIS in Washington, but the interest being advanced by China in Italy are only in the form of a signed memorandums of understanding an Emo you at the moment. Now, Emily us are legally aren't legally binding, and it's often said that they're not much more than a gentleman's agreement. But that hasn't placated critics initially. They know the cubs everything from satellites and media to banking, agriculture natural gas, sensitive and strategic sectors. Among the critics is the former Italian foreign affairs minister and embassador to the United Nations. Giulio terzi. I am afraid that since it has been agreed to put together a system of bilateral consultations, which are not happening only once a year twice a year. But. Does it strategic partnership a which develops every day and the permanent consultation between the two countries on their main political economic and security issues for all the issues, which are of national interest for the both sides. Just mention one example this reference which has made requested obviously Beijing to the one China policy. So they way it has been interpreted by your commentator septa. Now is that practically we follow the gene positions with regard to one. When we look also at the proposal that the Chinese were making just a few days before the arrival of praise g. To Rome that have been request to assert also served lines in the common. The collision referring to morality of objectives between the to face. The fact that they've been a commitment to find the way to converge on international issues on the main questions for foreign policy and. The example, you gave an example, but implicitly there are also other issues, for instance, the South China Sea or of the global economy, and defacto, whatever this Butte, we may have between Roman Bejing on a trade matter is not going to be submitted to WTO. He principal at least. But he's going to be discussed bilaterally in a joint commission between the two countries that is their Gatien from the European norms. And those are the system you'll how much discussion was that within the Italian parliament within the government about agreeing to this kind of policy towards China. This thrown criticism related to the lack of transparency and couple of days before the arrival of prison. Gee, that's key to note here that there was one particular Italian minister spearheading this with China's belt and road initiative. He's Michaela Geraci the under secretary of state at the Italian ministry of economic development. Professor Geraci isn't economist and China expert who spent many years living and working them judo thefts. He is not happy with the way, professor Geraci ministry organized consultation with other Italian departments on the word. Reading of the for instance, one point communication, which is very critical. Question of five g well way presence in Italy this world, telecommunication the was in and out of the Marando understanding of the joint declaration of if you times and the last version, the it, but resurfaced in the joint declaration, so just one world, but toward was the key to follow up negotiations and contracts most. Communication area of Michaela Geraci, the undersecretary state who is behind this particular pivots towards China from Italy. He wrote an op-ed in the financial times in which he says that the memorandum of understanding brings the belt and road initiative in China closer to EU best practice on issues of climate change transparency and making sure the playing field is level. And he sees it as crucial at a time when there is very little leadership on global international trade from America, he sees it as crucial to pivot towards China, the other big superpower. But we know that this is completely false because on climate change. For instance, they can meet men taken in Paris. And so on we see that over the last few months coal consumption in China has rocketed and there are programs to develop even further the use of call so other areas lie. Respectively international law again, I had a to respect of Jamaica conventional of the sea China lost an important as in front of international court in Hamburg, where China was asked to free submerged island in the South China Sea. Andy, didn't what are the political repercussions in Italy from this you because it seems that the party that has been particularly behind it is the movie mentor Ching-Kuo, stellar the five star movement part of the governing coalition, but that the Lega side has not been as enthusiastic significant part of the talian entrepreneuring companies is concerned, and this is mostly companies in central Italy in northern Italy that a Sam agreement related to the you which create the very wide penetration for Chinese products. Shane is technologies. Technologies in technology is of defense, for instance, satellite. This is something that puts together a Chinese company height the company, which is practically of the military system in China. We agencies Patel. It'll the retaliated space agency space agency, which has a stronger relationship with the American space agency. So it is very evident that the problem that we are going to have we the night this these security system that not theoretical, but I've been very deeply perceived by the American establishment over the last few weeks. We got quite strong messages and from even say threatening. But at least the clarifying that we could have repercussions in development of common technologies if we are bound by such grows ties with Chinese counterparts. That was the former Italian foreign minister. Julia Taft, see them. Well, there are plenty of others who are welcoming potential Chinese investment in Italy, then Douglas, Tino, for example, he's the president of the s port authority historically, the city of Trieste on the northern tip of Italy's. Adriatic coast was a hugely important transit point for trade routes than the world changed and the port fell from glory. Chinese money has now been earmarked along with a lot of other EU funds to help restore trysts support. The project is not part the belt and road, you at least just signed. But as Mr. Douglas, Dino says it's being redeveloped because there's demand for more capacity, thanks to increase trade flows to and from China. Changing how the goods goes from Europe to Asia from Asia to Europe. And you know, what beyond the Europe is very just placing the war because we're always speaking about United States or China, but the GDP of Europe is still now with I being in the world. So we have the best market. We have the best place where the flows of goods has to arrive or to come. And so, you know, I can say order. The Arctic sea is now becoming the real corridor between the flows but goals from Asia Europe and vice versa. Still previous projects financed by China under its belt and road initiative. Elsewhere in the world have run into problems Celia Hatton is the Asia Pacific editor for the BBC World Service. There are two countries. Really where belt and road projects are really coming under the microscope one is Malaysia Malaysia had an election last year. And when the new government came in they started looking at two big belt and road projects that had been signed with China one is a massive oil and gas pipeline deal in which two billion dollars, was forwarded to Chinese state construction company before any work had even begun that was put on ice, and basically has been cancelled the second is something called the east coast rail link it was a plan to build a railway all the way along Malaysia's eastern coast. The new government came out and said, basically, this is I watering expensive. It's a twenty billion dollar deal. We don't understand why this deal was signed with China. The Chinese government promised to build this. Railway front the money to build it and Malaysia would simply have to repay them. Well, now, the Malaysians are saying, look, we we can't repay these loans. The terms of these loans are unsustainable. And that kind of leads to this idea of debt trap diplomacy. Is it fair is it fair to call the belt road finished if debt trap diplomacy. I think it is fair when you look at these early deals that were signed under the belt and wrote initiative three Lanka's another good example where a deal was signed to build a massive part. The Hambantota port China gave an initial loan the Sri Lanka's, then realized they couldn't repay the loan. They eventually had to hand the entire port over to China, plus fifteen thousand acres of land for the next ninety nine years. So Sri Lanka has lost a very strategic port and a very strategic pocket of land. That's very close to India. China's rival and China's come out of this laughing, basically. And so I think the concept of debt trap diplomacy is fair. When you look at these initial deals now south. Some who argue in favor of the Belton road initiative or her a time to take a little bit more of a pragmatic. Look are saying look those were the initial deals that were signed. And they also deals that were signed with largely undemocratic countries that might be different with future deals that are signed. And even Beijing has learned a lot about how deal should be financed..

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"douglas tino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"douglas tino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All culminated in a gala dinner where the Chinese leader was serenaded by the Italian opera singer. Andrea bocelli. Notably. Absent from all the official ceremonies was perhaps the most importantly there in Italy's coalition government, namely, the deputy, prime minister Matteo Salvini who heads the right-wing league or Lega party. Instead playing host was the other Italian coalition party anti-establishment five star movement assign that even in Italy, not everyone thinks Rome's decision to sign up to China's belt and road initiative is such a good idea. In fact, it's says controversial there as it is elsewhere in the European Union, and in the United States more on that in just a moment. First, though, what is China's belt and road initiative anyway, well on paper, it's just a plan by Beijing to finance and help build infrastructure along new and old silk routes in another words, the old trade routes in and out of China in practice, though, it's a lot more than that. So says John Hillman at the Washington-based Center for strategic and international studies. These these days it's almost worth asking. What is not part of the belt and road out of major focus on infrastructure projects in China's promised upwards of one trillion dollars for infrastructure beyond its borders. But the Velten road even from day. One also included a whole host of other things trade agreements people to people exchanges and as the initiative has sort of gain traction within and outside China. Everyone has kind of grafted whatever their interest is under this very expansive banner. So now, you literally have Belton road marathons Belton road fashion shows, and so it's really become almost a brand. But I think infrastructure really remains at the heart of it and China's economic interests remained at the heart of it. You see it as a sort of a form of China expansionary moves around the globe. Yeah. I think if you cannot Mcgann cultural, yes. And there's political influence that China gains by doing these projects. You know, it's just using that example of Europe it's been able to weaken the EU's common policy toward China blocking criticism of China. And so, you know, there's a debate now within the EU about how do we have a more coherent approach toward China, and that becomes difficult. When Italy is taking one approach, France and other approach there are other countries, and especially in central and eastern Europe who are at odds with having a sort of stronger United European approach. How is this going down in America, this particular deal between Italy and China's belt policy? Washington has been somewhat skeptical of Beijing's intentions through the Velten road, and would certainly like to see more United European approach. I'm struck by the fact that when this initiative was announced in two thousand thirteen and since then, you know, the US has been a little bit more insular, the EU also dealing with Brexit. And so while the sort of traditional leaders of globalization have been. Somewhat consumed with their own challenges. China has been reaching out quite aggressively through the belt and road. And so the Belton road provides this convenient banner under which many Chinese interests can be organized in advanced John Hillman at the CSIS in Washington, but the interest being advanced by China in Italy are only in the form of a signed memorandums of understanding an Emo you at the moment. Now, Emily us are legally aren't legally binding, and it's often said that they're not much more than a gentleman's agreement. But that hasn't placated critics in Italy. They note the comes everything from satellites and media to banking, agriculture natural gas, sensitive and strategic sectors. Among the critics is the former Italian foreign affairs minister and embassador to the United Nations. Julia taxi, I am afraid that since it has been agreed to put together a system of bilateral consultations, which have not happening only once a year a year. But is defined as strategic partnership a which develops every day and the permanent consultation between the two countries on their main political economic and security issues for all the issues, which are of national interest for the both sides. Hey, just mention one example, there is a clear reference which has made a question, obviously by Beijing to the one China policy. So the way it has been interpreted by your commentators up to now is that practically we follow the gene positions with regard to pay one. When we look at the proposal that the Chinese were making just a few days before the arrival of Brazilian g to Rome that I've been request to serve also served in lines in the common declaration referring to commonality of object. Actives between the two stays the fact that they would have been a commitment to find the way to converge on international issues on the main questions for foreign policy. And. The example, you gave an example that implicitly. There are also other issues, for instance, that is South China Sea or on the global economy, and defacto, whatever this Butte, we may have between Roman Bejing on a trade matter is not going to be submitted to WTO, he principal at least. But he's going to be discussed bilaterally in a joint commission between the two countries. Netease, a derogation from the European norms. And also the system how much discussion was that within the Italian parliament within the government about agreeing to this kind of policy towards China this throng criticism related to the lack of transparency until a couple of days before the arrival of prison, gene. Now is key to note here that there was one particular Italian minister spearheading this you with China's belt and road initiative. He's Michaela Geraci the under secretary of state at the Italian ministry of economic development. Professor Geraci is an economist and China expert who spent many years living and working then junior Tassie is not happy with the way. Professor Geraci is ministry organized consultation with other Italian departments on the wording of the you, for instance, one point of communication, which is very critical. Question of fi g well way presence in Italy. This work telecommunication who was in and out of the Marando understanding and the joint declaration if you times and the last version. Didn't include it, but resurfaced in the joint declaration, so just one world. But that world was the key to follow up negotiations and contracts most specifically pointed to the communication area Michaela Geraci the under secretary of state to is behind this particular pivot towards China from Italy, he wrote an op-ed in the financial times in which he says that the memorandum of understanding brings the belt and road initiative in China closer to EU best practice on issues of climate change transparency and making sure the playing field is level. And he sees it as crucial at a time when there is very little leadership on global international trade from America is crucial to Tibbett towards China. The other big superpower, but we know that this is completely false because on climate change. For instance, the commitment taken in Paris. And so on we see that over the last few months, call consumption China has and there are programs to develop even further the use of coal so other areas lie respective international law again had a fertile respect of Jamaica conventional of the sea China lost an important case in front of international court in Hamburg, where China was asked to free submerged island in the South China Sea, and didn't what are the political repercussions in Italy from this Emo you because it seems that the party that has been particularly behind. It is the movie mental chink was still the five star movement part of the governing coalition, but that the Lega side has not been as enthusiastic the significant part of the talian entrepreneur in companies is concerned, and this is mostly companies in central Italy, northern Italy that a Sam agreement related to the. MOU which create it very wide penetration for Chinese products Chinese technologies technologies in technologies of defense, for instance, south delight this is something that puts together a Chinese company. Hi tech company, which is practically of the military system in China. We agencies Patel it'll Yana the retaliation space agency in space agency, which has a stronger relationship with the American space agency. So it is very evident that the problem that we are going to have we the United States security system are not Eureka, but have been very deeply perceived by the American establishment over the last few weeks. We got quite strong messages and from the American even say threatening. But at least the clarifying that we could have. Repercussions in development of common technologies, if we are bound by such grows ties with Chinese counterparts. That was the former Italian foreign minister Giulio, taxi them. Well, there are plenty of others who are welcoming potential Chinese investment in Italy, then Douglas, Tino, for example, he's the president of the port authority historically, the city of Trieste on the northern tip of Italy's. Adriatic coast was a hugely important transit point for trade routes than the world changed and the port fell from glory. Chinese money has now been earmarked along with a lot of other e u funds to help restore trysts support. The project is not part of the belt and road. Emily, you at least just signed. But as Mr. Douglas, Tino says is being redeveloped because there's demand for more capacity, thanks to increase trade flows to and from China. Are changing how goods goes from Europe to Asia from Asia to Europe. And you know, what beyond the Europe is very just placing the war because we're always speaking about United States, China, but the GDP of Europe is still now with being either world. So we have the best market. We have the best place where the flows of goods has arrived or was to come. And so you know, I can say or get the Arctic sea is now becoming very corridor between the flows but goals from Asia to Europe and vice versa. Still previous projects financed by China under its belt and road initiative. Elsewhere in the world have run into problems Celia Hatton is the Asia Pacific editor for the BBC World Service. There are two countries really belt and road projects are really coming under the microscope one is Malaysia Malaysia had an election last year. And when the new government came in. They started looking at two big belt and road projects that had been signed with China one is a massive oil and gas pipeline deal in which two billion dollars, was forwarded to Chinese state construction company before any work even begun that was put on ice, and basically has been cancelled the second is something called the east coast railing. It was a plan to build a railway all the way along Malaysia's eastern coast. The new government came out and said, basically, this is I watering Lee expensive, it's a twenty billion dollar deal. We don't understand why this deal was signed with China. The Chinese government promised to build this. Railway front the money to build it and Malaysia would simply have to repay them. Well, now, the Malaysians are saying we can't repay these loans. The terms of these loans are unsustainable. And that kind of leads to this idea of debt trap diplomacy. Is it fair is it fair to call the belt wrote finished a debt trap diplomacy. I think it is fair when you look at these early deals that were signed under the belt and road initiative. Sri Lanka's, another good example where deal was signed to build a massive port. The Hambantota port China gave an initial loan the Sri Lanka's, then realized they couldn't repay the loan. They eventually had to hand the entire port over to China, plus fifteen thousand acres of land for the next ninety nine years. So Sri Lanka has lost a very strategic port and a very strategic pocket of land. That's very close to India. China's rival and China's come out of this laughing, basically. And so I think the concept of debt trap diplomacy is fair..

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"douglas tino" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"douglas tino" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Coach was like you fought a lot is from New York. Oh far lot with. It's a weird thing. Saito a guy. No you do. And I'm like. Ads probably just protein patterns. I think it's an tolerance to something. So we the elimination diet at back in dairy. You know, had a little runny nose. But no gas and then added in bread now is fucked up. I couldn't breathe at a my nose super gase lot of stomach pain bloating in. You know? I really didn't. I didn't really go strict on that for longtime us cheat meals that had gluten entered drink beer shit like that. But I would see it. You know, the awareness allowed me to see the difference in feel it right? You talked about on podcast weed than you would get acne a few days later. Right. But it wasn't a direct correlation as it didn't happen immediately. I would swell up mmediately and get gas immediately. So once little connect those dots was very easy for me to see like, all right? I can make that decision to eat bad or I can just fuck and try something else. If I want to eat shit, that's not gonna be problematic from my body. In the same way. Right. And so having that understanding bridges that that kinda lit the fire in a way for me to continue searching and. Once fighting ended realizing that I had taken a substantial amount of brain damage over the course of my career and having played football since I was ten prior to that a lot was coming out with the Kieschnick diet. And it wasn't something tried and fighting just because of. A lot of the research. Dan, people weren't doing targeted Kito or things like that. You know, it was really with distance runners a lot of the work from bullying Finney or Volkan Finney. And you know, those are those guys while the different than I do, you know, they're they're doing a completely different sport. So, but once finding ended knew let me give this a real go, Dr Peter ta just gone on the Tim Ferriss show. I got to hear him talk about Dr dominate the steel had just been on the timber. So when I got to hear him talk about it in. So I thought let me get some books and give us a real try, and it felt like when I first got into ketosis that my brain was working for the first time in my life. I was just like I didn't expect that at all. I thought like, you know, I'll be able to lose weight off feel good it, a, lower inflammation. Maybe I'll see, you know, some different things happen cognitive function improved. But it was like I fucking retain everything books. I was reading remember which chapter the information. Was in that. I was that. I was talking about to my wife or someone else, you know, like like shoot was standing out to me in a way Allison going back to college. Just for the fact that like I had never learned in or retained what I've learned in the way that I am able to do now in Kito, and so probably spent two solid years with a few carved as mixed in there. But for the most part in ketosis, then would've looked like us far as you get started nutritionally food eating like, oh, you know, like Donald Douglas, Tino says I started off pretty heavy in the dairy like a lot of heavy cream. One of my favorite things to do is grab a pint of Strauss creamy creamery headed dream in the mix in some English toffee stevia and shake that up and just sip it, and so that was my house the first ration- of fat bomb me, and you know, wasn't checking blood work wasn't checking cholesterol things like that. But. I do better with a wide variety of fats movers. Pufus all that good shit all KADO, especially so I think having a wider range of that rather than just dairy fat has really proved to be better for me long-term..

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