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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To deliver high quality educational content online. Doesn't work. Schools are necessary for the economy as well. If they are not open, many parents cannot work even if they're doing so from home. He goes on to say that closing schools also exacerbates social and economic Disparities. He has a lot of evidence there, and we don't need need nor have the time to go through that, but Just say in conclusion, because schools are not the major cause of the problem. Shutting them down won't do enough on its own to slow the spread of the disease. There has to be other ways. And again, I'm going to reach out to Dr Aaron Carroll, Pediatrician professor of Pediatrics and Indian University School of Medicine to join us tomorrow to elaborate on that corresponding column that I found the day is by our friend Stephen Moore. The return of the lockdown lunacy. I'm sure we're gonna have Steven on at some point this week as well is quickly double check before we go to rob for a traffic update. Yes, let's like quickly squeezing Mark is calling from New Lennox, Illinois. Mark. Welcome to doubled else. Go ahead, sir. Good afternoon. It's good to hear your big gun. They haven't talked in a long time. And you, too, Mark. Yeah, I am working at Pooky handy and down his girl. Now I left the man carry organization. But no, I wanted to tell you that my mark Mark from man carries I used to go down and 95th street. Okay on one Saturday, out of every month to join you and Frank and and the rest of man carry family. All right, Go ahead, Mark. Yes, you did. Well, there is a America's got talent. The only car is my son in law. I don't know if you watch that. Well, I'm aware of that. But I saw him in the news. Congratulations. Yeah, we were only a few votes away from one of the million dollars. You know, you got family, which was car family. My daughter married Joey, His wife died of cancer a very young age and had a baby together and got married. She's raising two boys that were left by You know, unfortunate situation. Well, I wish them the best. How can we help you tonight, Mark. No. I just want to say hello to you, and in you sound great. Alright, Thank you. Mark. Appreciate that. Take care of that. Thank you for touching base. No, no problem. You got my number. Now you give me a call, and we'll get together. All right, Mark. Thank you. That's the best call of the night. That's a That's an awfully nice call. I learned after reviewing the tape. From yesterday. Do you remember the Anthony called us, Anthony? Me? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I knew I recognized that voice. Did you recognize that voice? He sounded like a lot of Chicagoans. Well, he's disparage anyone. He sounded like an old Steve Dahl bit. Yes. And, yes, Ray. The old rambling man is a big fan of doll. And they they snuck by that That was snuck that one in on me yesterday to through the five hole as we like to say, and started talking about how how wonderful Adam Kinzinger look shirtless. That's what I said. Gee, thanks for the call. Much appreciate. Yeah. You know, I don't quite have the same setup here. As I head downtown, so it's always a little bit of listener. Relax when you go to the phones, what I should put back in and I used to this years ago I used to do Ah little thing on Fridays called called It was called on collar graffiti. Or you could just call up and splatter anything against the wall that you wanted to. And you know it. It was kinda is kind of a rip off of John Land. Acres of Boogie check, you know? Yeah, but no lifeguard on duty. You enter at your own risk. Yeah, I don't know if that's Ah I'm too old and too crabby for that nowadays. No, You're Yeah, I am. I'm too old and too crabby for that. So anyway, let's get a check of traffic. And rob. Thank you very much for help. Much appreciated, sir. No problem. Thank you. And coming up next to give you a chance to win yourself a free month of file. Oh, it's not a dog. It's a service in a $50 Amazon gift card. And I want to talk to this man who Well, when life hands you lemons. You make lemonade. He's doing very well with thermal detection technology of fury, small business owner You want to hear this next interview, I guarantee you it's next here on Double DS. One final. Check it traffic at 6 47. Really? The only trouble spot right now is on the inbound. Eisenhower. This is I to 90 round 3 92, The old post office inbound. It is 32 minutes. You're 20 minutes in from what's still an issue on the Metro Union. Pacific West line thistles dealing with train number 55. The inn and outbound train movement has been stopped near Elmhurst, a pedestrian was struck in that area. Our next traffic update.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"This is Nagin from Seattle High Megan. How can we help you today. I have a question about Rizzuto and and the size of the Pan I should be cooking it in in terms of the surface area and the rice. I want the race cover like do they'd want there to be a single layer of rice in the pan or do. I want it to be stacked at all well interesting. You should ask this question because for years I always cooked it in a saucepan toss pan which was straight sides sort of stacked like you said but I had a wonderful young woman work on my last cookbook home cooking one or one and I asked her to contributor recipe and she'd spent her junior year in Italy and she'd learned to make risotto so she did a very unique risotto but she cooked it in a large skillet and she said that's what they did and so now I've sort of changed my opinion Chris well our editor J. M Hirsch was just in Italy getting results lots of lessons near Milan or in Milan for Milanesi which has saffron and they cook it in about ten minutes could very fast ten or fifteen minutes. They don't do the long long. Slow thing plenty of starch comes out to create a creamy sauce and so the whole notion of his thirty minute low and slow is just complete nonsense. That's not how they cook it. What kind of pants it's a wider pan like a skeleton yeah yeah that's fine but this whole low and slow doesn't really that's fascinating stirring all the time now they started off stirring and then and they just let it cook and stir occasionally. You don't have to stir constantly either. Let me guess is this recipe going to be in the magazine. Oh dear I didn't look at my last Desha L. Sarah. I'm in trouble. I'm in trouble so we've been reading on apetit again. I may do that too. That's okay so which issue is it in September October. Okay I would say a larger surface areas a good thing yeah wonderful. Thanks Meghan. Thank you so much great. Welcome to milk street. WHO's calling hi this. This is Chrissie from sturbridge. How're you? How can we help you. I'm good my question is about sesame seeds. My friend recently had her baby and then when she went to the doctor so she was allergic to sesame seed now all of a sudden we love making Hamas together. We also like cooking a lot of Asian dishes but sesame oil through trying trying to figure out okay. What do we do now to replace the sesame component and Hamas also for the sesame oil is she allergic to nuts or just sesame cutie actual sesame seed so almonds and almond butter would be okay for example on butter. I think would be okay. The Hummus Thomas. I think was a little bit easier question. We also use ice cube. Detention could help with the smoothness of you ever heard of that. It's also a flavor issue. Though oh I think little bit like a lot yeah I agree. I think almond butter would be great or some other nut butter yeah as for the component in Asian cooking. You could try toasted pumpkin seed oil. It's it's a wonderful ingredient at it's dark and it's just yummy and I think that work is very strong though so B. Ly toasted sesame seed oil be careful with it because it can take over okay but I think that would it'd be wonderful and it's more readily available than it used to be. It's one of those ingredients that people are discovering toasted Pumpkin. Yeah well thank you. That's perfect. I will try that thank you. We're going okay. Thanks appreciate it find out hi. This is j radio. I'm Christopher. Kimball is time for this week's Milk Street basic. WE'RE BIG FANS OF NORTH AFRICA'S SWEETMAN T. So here's a recipe combined fourteen spoons gunpowder green tea four teaspoons sugar sugar in one ounce fresh mint sprigs at a cup and a half of boiling water steep for five minutes swirling occasionally to dissolve the sugar then strain into glasses. They can find this recipe at Milk Street radio DOT COM next up. We'll find out what Dr Aaron Carroll Carol is thinking about today Dr Aaron Carol. How are you. I'm good. How are you so. Are you GonNa scare me today or you're gonNa tell me it's okay okay. I think we're going to go with more of an it's okay or hopefully it's going to be better soon kind of. I thought we could talk about how the WHO has just taken steps to to try to encourage the entire world to ban Trans Fats something which certainly has not happened before we've seen local transparent bands and in fact a lot of countries including the United States have just recently got on board with this but it's still a major problem worldwide and it's good to see organizations like the take steps. Try to make everyone's food healthier here so transfats have an interesting history in the United States. If you go back to the nineteen fifties there was a real push to try to get people to eat more vegetable fats than animal fats. This was because people just inherently they were safer. Unfortunately most vegetable fats are liquid and people did not enjoy using them especially spreading them on bread so we hydrogenated them. We made them transfats. That's wind up with margin. There was sort of margin butter wars that I believe we've discussed before but by the mid-2000s there was a significant amount of research including a sort of a seminal paper in two thousand six that showed that for every two percent increase in calories that you got from Trans Fats your chance of having a heart disease increased by twenty three percent which is just unfathomably large so by two thousand six the FDA had it actually required manufacturers to start labeling food to show if it had transfats by two thousand thirteen at had tentatively started to say the transfats could no longer be considered safe to eat by the two thousand fifteen. It said Hey two thousand eighteen. Let's get rid of Trans fats that we're adding to all food in the United States that should happen pretty much any day now and that it should work. There's been some real significant research on fact in New York state were they got rid of transfats much earlier. They ran a number of studies studies and one of them showed that regulations which reduced transfats may have reduced the cardiovascular death rate by four and a half percent. There was another study that the showed that hospital admissions for heart attacks and strokes in counties were trans fats has been restricted. We're actually six percent lower than counties counties in New York where they hadn't other countries have also moved to Denmark became the first country to actually eliminate them in two thousand four and there's research and Denmark mark that shows that this is probably dropped the mortality rate from cardiovascular disease by more than fourteen deaths per one hundred thousand person years which is a really significant amount unfortunately while we've seen a lot of this in developed nations it's been much slower to occur in many countries which are on the poor into under the socioeconomic spectrum. North Africa in South Asia especially in the Middle East a lot of partially hydrogenated cooking oils containing trans fats are still still use both in home cooking and cooking from vendors that people might buy from on the street and even from restaurants and that transplant is likely responsible for about half a million premature deaths from cardiovascular disease every year. This is so significant that while the number one and number two causes houses of death worldwide used to be respiratory infections and birth defects in the last twenty years schemic heart disease and cerebrovascular disease Aziz both of which of course are cardiovascular disease are the number one and two killer in the world now and it's thought that these two things occur for about seventy five percent percent of deaths in low and middle income countries and WHO's call is to recognize that this is significant worldwide problem so when you say Trans Fat what is being transformed in the fat. Is this a molecular change in the nature of the fat. It's actually it's it's hydrogen which means really just adding at its basic level hydrogen molecules to the fats and when that occurs one it causes liquid good fats to become solid which makes them easier to transport easier to cook with trans. Fats have a particular what people call mouth feel like we like them. They taste good. It's what used to make movie. Popcorn tastes so good. It's what used to make many fried foods taste so good and it's been very difficult to try to get that same aim sort of mouth feel with non Trans Fats. Although people have now started to come pretty close but adding these extra hydrogens on the actually makes the fats more unhealthy whether it's because they're bonding differently inside a blood vessels increased the amount of plaque the increase the rates of heart disease the increase the rates of death they occur in very small amounts in animal products and some natural foods but the the vast vast vast majority of transfats that we consume are things that we created in a lab there not necessary so you and I have talked about the relationship between between cholesterol and heart disease and it's it's less direct correlation. Maybe we thought is trans. Fat Cholesterol or is it just a separate category worry of problem. It's it's transfats or even worse when it comes to cholesterol because what they do is they actually increase people's levels of bad cholesterol and simultaneously sleet decrease people's levels of good great so you get this one two punch where they are the worst thing you can do and we've had we've talked about sort of unsaturated to saturated aspirated fat and you know the differences between those and absolutely we could have a robust debate about the relative dangers of saturated rated versus unsaturated fat. I think even some people who truly emphasized that saturated fat is a problem you know the science behind that is not nearly strong as they'd like it to be. I can't make that argument humid with Trans Fats. I mean the the evidence is sort of so overwhelmingly bad that it's very difficult to defend the continued use of trans fats especially since unlike with the debate about saturated or unsaturated fat. We're making most of them in a lab. This is not something that sort of naturally occurring in the foods that we would otherwise normally eat we sort of cooked up this problem and now we recognize there and we probably should just unlearn the lesson and stop using so many of these things so it is. It's an avoidable problem and it's going to take some effort to try to remove these things unfortunately as you know the. WTO has no power to enforce this kind of band. It's just the first sort of major worldwide push and it will be necessary to try to get governments locally on board to try to do this but it's probably probably one of the most significant things that many of these countries could do to try to reduce people's health risk from cardiovascular disease. I'm not eating trans fats anymore after this okay thank you so much. I really appreciate anytime. Dr Carol is professor of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine also a regular contributor. You're to the New York Times upshot calm early in the show. I spoke with Mark Lansky author of milk doc in Milky Talks about bishops during Sea of milk to create the universe but there are in fact other myths about food in China. A giant was born from an egg after eighteen eighteen thousand years. The whites became the heavens. The Yolk became the earth in Papua New Guinea a man who murdered his wife was killed by villagers and buried a plant unfurled from his head coconut which was as thick skulled as the man himself in the Peruvian Amazon. The Chili pepper was born from a giant ogre who enjoyed enjoyed eating local villagers. I guess that storytelling just ate what it used to be called. That's it for this..

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"It's just one of my favorite expressions in Palestinian communities and most hospitality, exists everywhere. In the world. This really hard to kind of be traveling through the West Bank and not get invited to someone's house for dinner very quickly. Also coming up we share three tricks for using dull knives. Dr Aaron Carroll sets the record straight on dehydration. But I I'm chatting with Jonathan towns. He's the star of the hit YouTube channel Townsend's in which he recreates eighteenth century American recipes all the while using tools and burn closed from that era. Jonathan how are you? I am doing very well. So let's start with a kitchen. What was the kitchen? Like you've spent a lot of time in those kitchens. A what's the good news was the bad news? Well, I don't know. If there is any good news. It's mostly bad news, the standard kitchen in the eighteenth century at least for a regular person. Maybe not, you know, very very well to do is. Hey, it's a room with a big fireplace. And that's it. There are no refrigerators. There is no running water. There's no place to get rid of your water. Most of the time, and you've got a nice big smoky fire across the room. I noticed you use the classic eighteenth century whisk, which your bunch of twigs, and I noticed in Fannie farmer that they would say whipped egg whites for like half an hour. You know? Yeah. I never understood that could you get to the bottom of that for me, even even with those sort of. Rudimentary whisks. Really? I mean, you really have to for half an hour. Yeah. Really? I mean today we're used to using mechanical appliances in the kitchen, and we can get the right kind of consistency after five or ten minutes, or whatever it is. But in in that early time period whisking, and our was very common you'd see it showing up in the books, and that's why those items were very expensive. And that's why big households had kitchen servants to help them do that. I found that I had trouble with recipes from the late eighteen hundreds year dealing with a different century. But in part because the ingredients were different the cream eggs etcetera. So what have you found about translating recipes from the seventeen hundreds to the first century in terms of the differences in the fundamental ingredients? You certainly have to do some adjustments. And if you don't test it beforehand, you're never know you never know exactly what you're going to get occasionally. We'll do an episode like that where we'd just you know, boom. Let's just try this right off the bat their flowers were different. They didn't have the same kind of high gluten flowers that that we expect today. And so many of the ingredients vary in of course, they don't include any amounts most of the time. And even even some of the ingredients, you're not sure what item they actually mean something like currents recipe will say current Senate could mean the little tiny grape. Or it could mean the bury the Ribes currents that grow on bushes, two totally different things. But they show up just indiscriminately in in recipes, and you can't tell which one's which you did a seventy is a bunch of recipes you did well to do rice pudding in then poor. Man's rice pudding, the well-to-do rice pudding uses ground rice. And and you describe what that is. And it's not what what I thought it was. So what is ground rice will in that in that circumstance? It was like a cracked rice. It wasn't ground out to a flower. So it still had some some tooth to it. So sort of half half ground a cream of rice is a very similar in its kind of consistency sort of rice in a sand format, I guess, and then the poor man's version was how is that different than the wealthy well-to-do. Well, the wealthy one. Like, so many of the recipes of the time period, you use it's much richer. So that one's going to use more eggs cream instead of milk. It might even have something like a wine in it. And the poor man's rice pudding is like a simple rice pudding today airy very simple. And I don't know the rich one just. It just didn't work for me. You know, maybe it needed just a little bit more punch with the with the spices..

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Where we're headed in states like California, where if this same law firm or others like them start to bring these kinds of lawsuits against other companies, then they might have to carry those warning signals at all. And as I said to you a criminal at appears in lots of things that we cook. It's just for some reason Dave decided to attack coffee. I know some cynics will say that's because they are looking for a quick payday or perhaps a settlement or or a way out of this. But this kind of law leaves a lot of gray area where yes almost everything could eventually be labeled as causing cancer. I think we should sit down with every two year old and set them down and say life causes death. Exactly. There's a great. There's a great, quote an article I read where somebody said well since living cells are much more likely to get cancer than dead cells. Exactly what you're saying life causes cancer. That's what we're getting the sun causes cancer. That doesn't mean that we should never go outside. It means that we need to be reasonable about what we're doing. There's really almost no evidence that that the criminalizing coffee. Or at anything else? The reading is near the quantities that will be dangerous and continuing to make us always afraid of food is not doing anyone any good. Well, it seems on one hand you look at the USDA fifty. It's you could argue that they they let big agriculture does things we don't like on the other hand you have the opposite effect, which is the slightest tinge of chemical that occurs naturally when you he carbohydrates over two hundred fifty degrees. We have to put a warning label on on your your Dunkin donuts is there no middle ground in this country. That's the thing is I would actually call the middle ground. Even I I mean, there are some substances that even processed food companies add to the food that they are selling which arguably is not necessarily maybe as potentially dangerous in huge amounts. But all of the evidence shows us that safe and people th-, right or wrong. We'll pick it against that. But in this case were arguing about something that occurs naturally when we cook. And just because it's being cooked in a coffee roaster versus. I'm roasting. The coffee at home doesn't mean that it needs a warning label at some. Point. We're going too far in what we're worrying about is inside the food. We're eating I have never heard you this exercise, you're gonna you need to take him because that was really eating to get back and vacation just to talk about this dodge, Aaron Carol. That's the latest update on warning labels on cups of coffee. Thank you. Thank you. Doctor Erin, Carol professor pediatrics at Indiana University school of medicine also frequent contributor to the New York Times of shock coming. Dr Aaron Carroll likes to punch conventional wisdom in the face or put another way he likes to simply look at the facts. It turns out that the latest scare caulking cancer. Is yet another example of cherry picking medical? Studies would seem that the facts don't matter when it comes to the truth about wine coffee sugar, fat, margarine and many other ingredients. So instead of pin bowling from one scare to the other. Maybe we should sit back and take the time to simply enjoy our food, and that's not going to.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Now, it's time for Dr Aaron Carroll is a professor of pediatrics at Indiana University school of medicine. He's also a frequent contributor to the New York Times upshot com. Dr Aaron Carol, how are you? I'm good. How are you? How are you going to turn over my world today? Well, I thought we might talk about the recent news about how California now wants everyone to put stickers on cups of coffee saying it's going to cause cancer. What I miss this. I must have been hiding somewhere. Oh my gosh. I feel like this is all I've been seeing on the news. There was a law case a law firm sued a bunch of companies saying that according to California law, specifically proposition, sixty five if a business with more than ten employees sells a product that contains one of sixty five chemicals that the state has ruled carcinogenic they have to put a warning on it and because coffee has criminalized in it. They won this case. And now just like cigarettes must come with warnings that saying smoking can cause cancer now coffee being. Sold in stores in California has to come theoretically with a sticker that would one them. It contains a chemical can cause cancer. You told me within the last couple of months the coffee in the studies actually is probably good for you. Right. I know. And this is why this was in raging the first part, but but something that really California's not doing a really good thing here. So so what they're doing again is they're saying that coffee contains criminalized, which is a chemical that gets made when coffee is roasted. But here's the thing. Basically when you cook a lot of starchy foods at temperatures above two hundred and fifty degrees and by doing that by frying by baking broiling by roasting. You make a criminalized. So this is not something that's added to it's something that that appears in all food that we make even if you make it at home. That's insane. Yes. And so because there's been some laboratory research that shows that if you of course, give rats Norma's quantities of criminalized that they could theoretically developed. Answer it has made the list of different substances, and even from the WHO that could be possibly carcinogenic to humans. But again, we have to remember a couple of things one the WHO or more. Specifically, the has looked at something like nine hundred thousand different chemicals and found basically all of them, but to cause cancer, the irony here is that coffee is one of the two, and because you know, up until a couple years ago. I think it was twenty sixteen coffee had actually made the list of the WHO could possibly cause cancer. But due to a lot of improved research. In fact, some of the things we've talked about on this show. They recognize that coffee really doesn't have much evidence behind it. And so they've removed coffee from the list of things that cause cancer. But because it contains this chemical California now has to carry warning labels that says coffee could cause cancer, and we can make we can make jokes about this. But if we warned that everything causes cancer, then people will start to. Ignore the signals two thirds of people who smoke are likely to die early because of a smoking related illness. That's an enormous danger that is quantifiably large. And it is therefore justifiable that we've warn people especially since cigarettes are addictive that if they smoke they could be in real danger, the magnitude of the potential cancer causing this of coffee is unbelievably small if it exists it also just because of potential link might exist does not mean it should carry the same kind of warning. And this is going to unfortunately, make a lot of people scared of something where the evidence just isn't there? And as we've talked about before coffees arguably good for you. And so now, we're scaring people away from something, which is absolutely not harmful and might even be possibly beneficial. And of course, it raises your quality of life, and we should never know that, but okay, but aren't there? Lots of products sold at every supermarket or corner store that are full of all sorts of chemicals that don't say warning. This candy bar may give you cancer. But this is.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Next up is Dr Aaron Carroll who always tells the truth about diet and health Dr Carol, how are you? I'm good. How are you? You sound like you're in a good mood. That means you may have some good news for me. Well, it's I'm always have good news for you. But in this case, I'm actually going to be a little more pessimistic. I want to talk about supplements, and how we really take too much of them, and that includes vitamins and nutritional products. Yeah. I I have questions about that. My doctor gets on these kicks vitamin DS new kick and always wonder like if I take vitamin d is make any difference. So there, of course, people who are vitamin d deficient. And it may be that in people who are truly truly truly deficient. Supplementing is a good idea. The problem is as with so many things in medicine. We take something which is good at the very extreme. And then we start to spread it and extrapolated over everyone till we think that vitamin d is good for everything. And that the more that you take the better affected, you'll see an especially with vitamin d there's been a real pushback recently that the evidence just isn't that strong. In fact, a couple articles. I'd say in the last year or two which talk about even some of the ethical considerations of the people that have done a lot of the vitamin d research, and whether they're actually making money off of trying to push vitamin d products. I actually saw that piece. I forwarded it to my doctor, and he said just keep taking. So I said, well that was thoughtful so the real deal here. So part of the problem is these things are becoming more and more popular. I mean, it used to be that a small percentage of adults and kids were taking supplements. But for instance, there was a study in two thousand sixteen in JAMA internal medicine that looked at the elderly and it found that while over the counter medications were dropping the use of supplements. Even in the elderly was increasing from fifty to sixty four percent. This is an issue because first of all supplements are really unregulated. They are not looked into and monitor the same way that we monitor for drugs and a lot of different. Studies have shown that often what people think they're getting in supplements. And what they're actually getting are not even close to the same. The second is that there are some times interactions between many medications that people take any supplements that people take and doctors don't know to check for them so often we don't think about reporting the door physicians or are pharmacists when we get assigned new drugs, and they can have. Significant impacts on our health. And and there's a lot of safety issues that go along with them not to mention there's almost no evidence that for the vast vast vast majority of people develop laments are doing any good. So is that because supplements are not actually absorbed effectively into the body or is it because the pill for of supplement just is very different than perhaps the natural form. That's a little column man look on be. I mean, there's no question that if you don't get any citrus for months, you'll get scurvy which is why it was so important for people crossing the Atlantic. When it took a significant amount of time to make sure that they brought lemons or limes with them. But people don't suffer from scurvy today for the most part in the developed world, and we don't have to worry about that. And yet still I wanted the people all the time who are worried about supplementing themselves with vitamin C. It's supplements are sort of the same way, you might view gasoline and a car a car that has no gasoline in it won't run. But once the tank is full putting more gasoline, and it does no good. You're just spilling over. And that's what happens with vitamins, and minerals and other things that we might take once your body has enough and enough is not that hard to get to then you're just spilling it. It's in your urine. It's and you're still you're just not absorbing it. It doesn't do any good. Your body doesn't store up extra mounts and most vitamins and minerals, and they don't make your car or your body run any better once you're full..

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WTVN

"New proposal now for something that's to help all of us be healthier. And happier, Stu, would you are you against people being happy? Morally. Yes, but not not pragmatic. Are you are you against people living longer lives being healthier living more productively? I mean, I need more specific generally. Yes. Are you in are you in favor of higher healthcare? This is such a compelling proposal. Well, here's the idea. There is a there's an idea. I mean, look didn't we help the world by putting high taxes on cigarettes? The answer is yes, oh, we didn't we help by having taxes on soda. The answer. The answer is no there is now a proposed meet tax. A tax me tax. And they are looking now at the optimal me tax rates. Now, this is only on. Red meat lamb beef, and pork and then processed meat sausage bacon in salami. But the rest of it, you know, no big deal. There won't be any problem preventing this at all. No. Of course, not as sausages such an easy thing to defy. So obvious exactly what it is now for the US now this'll be a little lower little lower in other countries. But. The recommended rates were as low as thirty four percent on some meets thirty four percent tax. Yes. Thirty four percent tax and as high as a hundred and sixty three percent tax on some meats like steak a hundred and sixty three percent yet. We will. Yes. So a ten dollar steak would now be twenty six dollars. One hundred. But I just had. I just may I make the point before you get in here with all of your your conservative hate mongering swats children to die. If we were paying a hundred and sixty three percent tax on meat. We could escorting to study. We could save fifty two thousand Americans every year. I mean, how can you walk me through? How you figured that one out? Well, I didn't figure that out. It took the World Health Organization right now to figure this out. They say the the eating meat increases, the risk of heart disease, cancer stroke, and diabetes, and some case in some cases, they say, it's so bad that you're not only killing yourself, but also uring you're you're increasing the cost of healthcare. And if we're going to have universal healthcare. Well, the government has a responsibility to keep you healthy. And and so instead of having higher spending on healthcare or healthcare premiums. Let's just lap one hundred sixty two. Percent tax on staying. This is not going. Hey, would not work. But first of all, and I say this as vegetarian most of the the supposed- facts about how bad eating meat is for you. Not really real. I mean, if you go, and you look I'd encourage you to read the the bad food bible by Dr Aaron Carroll, and he goes through all these numbers, and by the way, pretty much everything that people tell you you can't eat you, basically can I ring is like some poisonous berries would fall out of that. There's a couple of thing. Yeah. I wouldn't go to the bleach food you were talking about earlier wooden dive into that one. But almost all of these things are I have a tuna fish. Okay. All of these things that you read on Pinterest are going to be things that there may be one study of a very small amount of mice that were fed nine thousand times, the amount of food you'd actually eat and in there, there was a hint of some problems that was later disproved at another study. Okay. All right. Well, Mr. extremists. We're here by solve medical costs of from going through the roof. Okay. One hundred sixty three percent increase on on taxes on on stake. Not seems it's actually one hundred and sixty three percent increase on the price of steak. But that's, but that's it. So anyway. The the the other thing that they're they're looking at now is the two thousand fifteen twenty twenty dietary guidelines from the United States recommends also that we eat less fat. And the evidence that they are finding now says that carbohydrates are very dangerous as well. So just all things that are related to food or dangerous. You're gonna have white meat vegetables. And nuts. Let's have lots of fat in them. Well, you know, some vegetables. Well, you assure you can go there. If you're a conspiracy theorist. This is where they're this is where we're going now. And I'm all for it. Why not get on the bandwagon? At some point. You just say. Yeah. I mean, look there is an argument. And it's true. This is true. This is why we are opposed to this normally in a normal ways like income tax when you tax something more, you will get less of it. So if you tax mistakes at one hundred sixty three percent, you're right. We'll eat less stake. They will just like when you tax income at high rates people will not want to be incentivized to work more. You're right. That's that's all true. And I don't know if that second one is something you want. No, not sure that that second one is one they even recognize. But as you said, it is true. There's another poll out fifty one percent of Americans the say now that they have faith in democracy and thirty seven percent. So they have lost faith in democracy about fifty one percent. So it's the majority and it rules, right? Go. Oh. We're we're not a democracy. We're a Democratic Republic constant constitutional Democratic Republic. But anyway. Thirty thirty seven percent say they've lost faith in democracy. I would like to turn that around and say. I believe that democracy has lost faith in about probably seventy percent of Americans. So. You know, it works out pretty works out pretty well works out pretty well here in Finland because that's where we're broadcasting from. We do the show every Tuesday from Finland crap. It's not to States Wednesday. Okay. Okay. We're we should've we shall we should've flown home last night. But we were we were checking out the new Finnish brothel. The first one is just a opening up its doors now in the capital, or is it a new sponsor of the program? We'll be doing commercials for them soon. Yeah. In here in the capital of Finland which is. Very good. Really software. So they're opening this up, and it's a it's a new sex doll brothel, which we've all been waiting for does not in any way seem appealing hang on. Just a second. I told you that the synthetic rubber that they're made out of a holds heat. So it feels more like a real body. Again, like. There's a niche there is now they can blink. There is now how's that? Does that help does? Help foul say the blinking of the is is quite an enticing feature. I'm really more conservative linked. Your is good for you. You're pretty much a hostage taker anyway. You really are a is fighting back against that. When it's ready to go. You know, what I just talked to about this today. And I'm like, dude. And he was the first one who said right leg, dude. I'm sorry. But the sex Botts, we're going to be slave owners. They will eventually kill us. All we're sending the worst guys just to go violate them, you know, for their health because this let me read what what the the fans are saying, I shouldn't say this the Finns this. This is actually the brothel owner. One fit. Well, he's not even a fin. He's a he's a Russian. Okay. That is in. It's not a surprise instruction, and shipping and brothels. I mean, I don't know what they're doing to our elections. But whatever the writing in Finland is worse. This is the guy that you just you don't you don't want to write something that's not not not necessarily positive about him. But he he's the one who said, you know, the silicon flashes extremely lifelike, and it retains heat to feel more like a human. And then when you know that if you leave it in the trunk of your car, it gets cold to just like, I don't know, why would know that. Insist this is not to make money. This is not to make money. He's not opening this to make money. He is opening this to help people. But they doing here is stepping people I'm helping giving people up or to fulfil sexual fantasies that you won't have opportunity to carry out the world. Wow. What a trust me. I'm not taking pictures of Uber creepy things with buddies no happening philanthropist, really seriously. He is. He he he says that he's providing everything you need, including cleaning towels. You know, an. And the staff will come come out after every ev- every hour and entirely disinfect the entire room. I will say that. There are a lot of concerns here. What it would do to humanity? What would happen as you see in the documentary series Westworld? There's a lot of concerns I have here. Yeah. But cleanliness is number one. I always say it's number one on my list is that is next to godliness. And I don't know how that works out in a brothel though. I don't think it's next to godliness even in a brothel. But you know, no matter how clean that brothel is. I just don't think I just don't think there's ever, you know, they get into shower. And you you sit in the bottom of the shower, and I can never get clean. There's no clean after that. No. No. And again, this is not a if you came up with a disposable model, which in this case would actually be a disposable model. No, I don't disposable model at least there'd be. I mean, at least you gave. The argument. No your cow. Down to. I mean, I mean the way she was blinking at me. I think.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WTVN

"There's a. The new proposal now for something that's gonna help all of us be healthier. And happier, Stu, would you are you against people being happy? Morally. Yes. But not right. Not pragmatic. Are you are you against people living longer lives being healthier living more productively? I mean, I need more specific generally. Yes. Are you in are you in favor of higher healthcare or song? This is such a compelling proposal. Well, here's the idea. There is a there's an idea. I mean, look didn't we help the world by putting high taxes on cigarettes? The answer is yes, oh, we didn't we help by having taxes on soda. No, the answer is. Yes, there is now a proposed meet tax. Ameet tax me tax. And they are looking now at the optimal me tax rates. Now, this is only on red meat lamb beef, and pork, and then processed meat sausage, bacon, and salami, but the rest of it, you know, no big deal. There won't be any problem preventing this at all. No, no. Of course, sausages such an easy thing to defy. So obvious exactly what it is. So now for the US now this'll be a little lower little lower in other countries. But. The recommended rates were as low as thirty four percent on some meets thirty four percent tax. Yes. Thirty four percent tax and as high as a hundred and sixty three percent tax on some meats like steak a hundred and sixty three percent. We will. Yes. So if a ten dollar steak would now be twenty six dollars. One hundred. Could I just did? I may I make the point before you get in here with all of your your conservative hate mongering swats children to die. If we were paying a hundred and sixty three percent tax on meat. We could escorting to study. We could save fifty two thousand Americans every year. I mean, how can you walk me through? How you figured that one out? Well, I didn't figure that out. It took it took the World Health Organization right now to figure this out. They say the the eating meat increases, the risk of heart disease, cancer stroke, and diabetes and some case in some cases, they say, it's it's so bad that you're not only killing yourself. But also, you're you're you're increasing the cost of healthcare. And if we're going to have universal healthcare. Well, the government has a responsibility to keep you healthy. And and so instead of you know, having higher spending on healthcare or healthcare premiums. Let's slap one hundred and sixty two. Percent tax on staying. This is not going. Hey, would not work. But first of all, and I say this as a vegetarian most of the the the supposed- facts about how bad eating meat is for you. Not really real. I mean, if you go, and you look I'd encourage you to read the the bad food bible by Dr Aaron Carroll, and he goes through all these numbers, and by the way, pretty much everything that people tell you you can't eat you basically can is like some poisonous berries would fall out of that. There's a couple of thing. Yeah. I wouldn't go to the bleach food you were talking about earlier wooden dive into that one. But almost all of these things are I have a tuna fish. Okay. All of these things that you you read on Pinterest are going to be things that there may be one study of a very small amount of mice that were fed nine thousand times the amount of food actually eat and in there. There was a hint of some problems that was later disproved in another study. Okay. All right. Well, Mr. extremists. We're here. I solve medical costs of from going through the roof, right? One hundred sixty three percent increase on on taxes on steak. It's actually one hundred sixty three percent increase on the price of steak. But that's, but that's it. So anyway. The the thing that they're they're looking at now is the two thousand fifteen twenty twenty dietary guidelines from the United States recommends also that we eat less fat. And the evidence that they are finding now says that carbohydrates are very dangerous as well. So just all things that are related to food or dangerous. You're you to have white meat vegetables. And nuts. Nuts have lots of fat in them. Well. Some vegetables. Well, you assure you can go there. If you're a conspiracy theorist. This is where they're this is where we're going now. And I'm all for it. Why not get on the bandwagon? At some point. You just say, yeah. I mean, look there is an argument. And it's true. This is true. And this is why we are opposed to this normally in a normal ways like income tax when you tax something more, you will get less of it. So if you tax stakes at one hundred and sixty three percent, you're right. We'll eat less stake. They will just like when you tax income at high rates people will not want to be incentivized to work more. You're right. That's that's all true. And I don't know if that second one is something you want. No, not sure that that second one one they even recognize. But as you said, it is true. There's another poll out fifty one percent of Americans the say now that they have faith in democracy and thirty seven percents. So they have lost faith in democracy. Goes fifty one percent. So it's the majority and it rules, right? We're not a democracy. We're a Democratic Republic constitutional Democratic Republic. But anyway. Thirty thirty seven percent say they've lost faith in democracy. I would like to turn that around and say. I believe that democracy has lost faith in about probably seventy percent of Americans. So. You know, it works out pretty works out pretty well works out pretty well here in Finland because that's where we're broadcasting from. We do the show every Tuesday from Finland crap. It's not Tuesday's Wednesday. Okay. Oh, gosh. We're all we should have we shall we should've flown home last night. But we were we were checking out the new Finnish brothel. The first one is just a opening up its doors now in the capital, or is it a new sponsor of the program? We'll be doing commercials for them soon. In here in the capital of Finland which is very good. I said that really software so they're opening this up, and it's a it's a new sex doll brothel, which we've all been waiting for. Not in any way, seem appealing hang on. Just a second. I told you that the synthetic rubber that they're made out of holds heat. So it feels more like a real body. Again, like. There's an issue there is now they can blink. There is now how's that? Does that help does? Help foul say the blinking of the is is quite an enticing feature. I really more conservative linked. Your is good for you. You're pretty much a hostage takers, anywhere. You really are a is fighting back against that. When it's ready to go. You know, what I just talked about this today, and I'm like, dude. And he was the first one who said, right? Like, dude, I'm sorry, but the sex spots, we're going to be slave owners. They will eventually kill us. All we're sending the worst guys just to go violate them for their health because this this what let me read what what the the fans are saying, and I shouldn't say this the Finns this. This is actually the brothel owner. One fan. Well, he's not even a fin. He's a he's a Russian. Okay. That is in. It's not a surprise instruction, and shipping and brothels. I mean, I don't know what they're doing to our elections. But whatever the writing in Finland is worse. You know, this is the guy that you just you don't you don't want to write something that's not necessarily positive about him. But he he's the one who said, you know, the silicon flashes extremely lifelike, and it retains heat feel more like a human. And then when you know that if you leave it in the trunk of your car, it gets cold to just like human. I don't know why would know that. Insist this is not to make money. This is not to make money. He's not opening this to make money. He is opening this to help people. But they doing here is stepping people I'm helping giving people opportunity to fulfil sexual fantasies that you will have opportunity to carry out the world. Wow. What a trust me. I'm not taking pictures of you doing creepy things with buddies snow happening a philanthropist, really seriously. He is. He he he says that he's providing everything you need, including cleaning towels. You know, an. And the staff will come come out after every every hour and entirely disinfect the entire room. I will say that. There are a lot of concerns here. What it would do to humanity? What would happen as you see in the documentary series Westworld? Yeah. There's a lot of concerns. I have here. Yeah. But cleanliness is number one. I will say it's number one in my. Is that is next to godliness? And I don't know how that works out in a brothel though. I don't think it's next to godliness even in a brothel. But you know, no matter how clean that brothel is. I just don't think I just don't think there's ever, you know, they you get in the shower, and you you sit in the bottom of the shower, and I can never get clean. Of like, there's no clean after that. No, no. And again, this is not a if you came up with the disposable model, which in this case would actually be a disposable model. I don't disposable model at least there'd be. I mean, at least you least. The arguments. Because you're really down to. I I mean the way she was blinking at me. I.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"For something that's gonna help all of us be healthier. And happier, Stu, would you are you against people being happy? Morally. Yes, but not not pragmatic. Are you are you against people living longer lives being healthier living more productively? I mean, I need more specific argues, generally. Yes, are you in are you in favor of higher healthcare? This is such a proposal. Well, here's the idea. There is a there's an idea. I mean, look didn't we help the world by putting high taxes on cigarettes? The answer is yes, oh, we didn't we help by having taxes on soda. The answer. The answer is no there is now a proposed meet tax. A tag Mitac, and they are looking now at the optimal me tax rates. Now, this is only on red meat lamb beef, and pork and then processed meat sausage bacon in salami. But the rest of it, you know, no big deal. There won't be any problem preventing this at all. No. Of course, his sausages. Such an easy thing to defy right? So obvious exactly what it is. So now for the US now this'll be a little lower little lower in other countries. But the recommended rates were as low as thirty four percent on some meets thirty four percent tax. Yes. Thirty four percent tax and as high as a hundred and sixty three percent tax on some meats like steak one hundred and sixty three percent yet. We will. Yes. So our ten dollar steak would now be twenty six dollars. One hundred just could I just had. I just may I make the point before you get in here with all of your your conservative hate mongering swats children to die. If we were paying a hundred and sixty three percent tax on meat. We could escorting to study. We could save fifty two thousand Americans every year. I mean, how can you walk me through? How you figured that one out? Well, I didn't figure that out. It's okay. It took the World Health Organization right now to figure this out. They say the the eating meat increases, the risk of heart disease, cancer stroke, and diabetes and some case in some cases, they say it's so bad that you're not only killing yourself, but also urine. You're you're increasing the cost of healthcare. And if we're going to have universal healthcare. Well, the government has a responsibility to keep you healthy. And and so instead of having higher spending on healthcare or healthcare premiums, the let's just slap a hundred and sixty two. Percent tax on staying. This is not going a it would not work first of all. And I say this as a vegetarian most of the supposed- facts about how bad eating meat is for you. Not really real. I mean, if you go, and you look I'd encourage you to read the the bad food bible by Dr Aaron Carroll, and he goes through all these numbers, and by the way, pretty much everything that people tell you you can't eat you, basically can I ring is like some poisonous berries would fall out of that. There's a couple of thing. Yeah. I wouldn't go the bleach food you were talking about earlier wooden dive into that one. But almost all of these things are I would have a tuna fish. I would now. Okay. All of these things that you you read on Pinterest are going to be things that there may be one study of a very small amount of mice that were fed nine thousand times, the amount of food you'd actually eat and in there, there was a hint of some problems that was later disproved in another study. Okay. All right. Well, Mr. extremists. We're here guy solve medical costs from going through the roof. Okay. One hundred sixty three percent increase on on taxes on on stake. Not seems was actually one hundred and sixty three percent increase on the price of steak. But that's, but that's it. So anyway. The the other thing that they're they're looking at now is the two thousand fifteen twenty twenty dietary guidelines from the United States recommends also that we eat less fat. And the evidence that they are finding now says that carbohydrates are very dangerous as well. So just all things that are related to food or dangerous. You gonna have white meat vegetables. And nuts. Nuts have lots of faddem. Well. You know, some vegetables well, assure you can go there. If you're a conspiracy theorist. This is where they're this is where we're going now. And I'm all for it. Why not get on the bandwagon at some point? You just say, yeah. I mean, look there is an argument. And it's true. This is true. And this is why we are opposed to this normally in in normal ways like income tax when you tax something more, you will get less of it. So if you tax mistakes at one hundred sixty three percent, you're right. Less stake. They will just like when you tax income at high rates people will not want to be incentivized to work more. You're right. That's that's all true. And I don't know if that second one is something you want. No, not sure that that second one is when they even recognize, but as you said, it is true. There's another poll out fifty one percent of Americans the say now that they have faith in democracy and thirty seven percent. So they have lost faith in democracy about fifty one percent. So it's the majority that rules, right? There you go. We're we're not a democracy. We're a Democratic Republic constitutional Democratic Republic. But anyway, thirty thirty seven percent say they've lost faith in democracy. I would like to turn that around and say. I believe that democracy has lost faith in about probably seventy percent of Americans. So. You know, it works out pretty well out pretty well works out pretty well here in Finland because that's where we're broadcasting from. We do the show every Tuesday from Finland crap. It's not to States Wednesday. Okay. Okay. We're we should should've we shall we should've flown home last night. But we were we were checking out the new Finnish brothel. The first one is just opening up its doors now in the capital, or is it a new sponsor of the program? We'll be doing commercials for them soon. Yeah. In here in the capital of Finland which is very good. I said that really software so they're opening this up, and it's a it's a new sex doll brothel, which we've all been waiting for. Does not in any way seem appealing hang on. Just second told you that the synthetic rubber that they're made out of holds heat. So it feels more like a real body. Again, like. There's a need there is now they can blink. There is now how's that? Does that help does help file say the linking of the is is quite an enticing feature. I really conservative link. Your is good for. You're pretty much a hostage taker anywhere. You really are is fighting back against that. When it's ready to go. You know, what I just talked to it? This is about this the other day, and I'm like, dude. And he was the first one who said, right, dude, I'm sorry, the sex bots. We're going to be slave owners. They will eventually kill us. All we're sending the worst guys just to go violate them for their health. Because this let me let me read what what the the fins are saying, and I shouldn't say this the Finns this. This is actually the brothel owner. One thing one fit. Well, he's not even a fin. He's a he's a Russian. Okay. That is in. It's not a surprise instruction, and shipping and brothels. I mean, I don't know what they're doing to our elections. But whatever the rowing in Finland is worse. This is the guy that you just you don't you don't want to write something that's not necessarily positive about him. But he he's the one who said, you know, the silicon flashes extremely lifelike, and it retains to feel more like a human. And I wouldn't that. If you leave it in the trunk of your car, it gets cold to just like human. I don't know. Why would why not? Insist this is not to make money. This is not to make money. He's not opening this to make money. He is opening this to help people doing here is just people I'm helping giving people opportunity to fulfil sexual fantasies that you will have opportunity to carry out the world while what a trust me. I'm not taking pictures of you going creepy things with buddies snow happening philanthropist, really seriously. He is. He he he says that he's providing everything you need, including cleaning towels. You know, an. And the staff will come come out after every every hour and entirely disinfect the entire room. I will say that. There are a lot of concerns here. What it would do to humanity? What would happen as you see in the documentary series Westworld? There's a lot of concerns I have here. Yeah. But cleanliness is number one. I will say it's number one on my list. Is that is next to godliness? And I don't know how that works out in a brothel. I don't think it's next to godliness even in a brothel. But no matter how clean that brothel is. I just don't think I just don't think there's ever, you know, they get into shower. And you you sit in the bottom of the shower, and I can never get clean. It's kind of like there's no clean after that. No. No. And again, this is not a if you came up with a disposable model, which in this case would actually be a disposable model. I don't disposable model at least there'd be. I mean, at least you. The argument. You're really down to. I mean, I mean, look the way she was blinking at me. I think.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on KTOK

"For something that's gonna help all of us be healthier. And happier, Stu, would you are you against people being happy? Morally. Yes, but not not pragmatic. Are you are you against people living longer lives being healthier living more productively? I mean, I need more specific generally. Yes. Are you in are you in favor of higher healthcare? This is such a compelling proposal. Well, here's the idea. There is a there's an idea. I mean, look didn't we help the world by putting high taxes on cigarettes? Yeah. The answer is yes. Oh, we didn't we help by having taxes on soda. The answer. The answer is no there is now a proposed meet tax. Ameet tax me tax, and they are looking now at the optimal meet tax rates. Now, this is only on red meat lamb beef, and pork, and then processed meat sausage, bacon, and salami, but the rest of it, you know, no big deal. There won't be any problem preventing this at all. No, no. Of course. Now sausages such an easy thing to defy right? Right. So obvious exactly what it is now for the US now this'll be a little lower little lower in other countries. But. The recommended rates were as low as thirty four percent on some meets thirty four percent tax. Yes. Thirty four percent tax and as high as a hundred and sixty three percent tax on some meats like steak a hundred and sixty three percent yet. We will. Yes. So if a ten dollar steak would now be twenty six dollars. One hundred just could I just I just may I make the point before you get in here with all of your your conservative hate mongering swats children to die. If we paying a hundred and sixty three percent tax on meat. We could this to study. We could save fifty two thousand Americans every year. I mean, how can you walk me through? How you figured that one out? Well, I didn't figure that out. It took it took the World Health Organization right now too to figure this out. They say the the eating meat increases, the risk of heart disease, cancer stroke, and diabetes and some case in some cases, they say, it's it's so bad that you're not only killing yourself, but also urine. You're you're increasing the cost of healthcare. And if we're going to have universal healthcare. Well, the government has a responsibility to keep you healthy. And and so instead of you know, having higher spending on healthcare or healthcare premiums, delicious lap one hundred and sixty two. Percent tax on staying. This is not going. Hey, it would not work. But first of all, and I say this as a vegetarian most of the the the supposed- facts about how bad eating meat is for you. Not really real. I mean, if you go, and you look I'd encourage you to read the the bad food bible by Dr Aaron Carroll, and he goes through all these numbers, and by the way, pretty much everything that people tell you you can't eat you, basically, can I like some poisonous berries would fall out of that. There's a couple of thing. Yeah. I wouldn't go to the bleach food you were talking about earlier wooden dive into that one. But almost all of these things are I have a tuna fish. I would now. Okay. All of these things that you you read on Pinterest are going to be things that there may be one study of a very small amount of mice that were fed nine thousand times the amount of food you'd actually eat, and there there was a hint of some problems that was later disproved in another study. Okay. All right. Well, Mr. extremists. We're here. I solve medical costs from going through the roof. Right. And that's not one hundred and sixty three percent increase on on taxes on stake. Not seems if it's actually one hundred sixty three percent increase on the price of steak, but that's but that's it. So anyway. The the the other thing that they're they're looking at now is the two thousand fifteen twenty twenty dietary guidelines from the United States recommends also that we eat less fat. And the evidence that they are finding now says that carbohydrates are very dangerous as well. So just all things that are related to food or dangerous. You're gonna have white meat vegetables. And nuts. Nuts have lots of fat in them. Well. You know, some vegetables well, assure you can go there. If you're a conspiracy theorist. This is where they're this is where we're going now. And I'm all for it. Why not get on the bandwagon? At some point. You just say. I mean, look there is an argument. And it's true. This is true. And this is why we are opposed to this normally in a normal ways like income tax when you tax something more, you will get less of it. So if you stakes at one hundred sixty three percent year, right? Less stake. They will just like when you text income at high rates people will not want to be incentivized to work more. You're right. That's that's all true. And I don't know if that second one is something you want. No, I'm not sure that that second one is one they even recognize. But as you said, it is true. There's another poll out fifty one percent of Americans the say now that they have faith in democracy and thirty seven percent. So they have lost faith in democracy. Fifty one percent. So it's the majority and it rolls out that. We're not a democracy. We're a Democratic Republic constitutional Democratic Republic. But anyway. Thirty thirty seven percent say they've lost faith in democracy. I would like to turn that around and say. I believe that democracy has lost faith in about probably seventy percent of Americans. So. You know, it works out pretty well out pretty well works out pretty well here in Finland because that's where we're broadcasting from. We do the show every Tuesday from Finland crap. It's not to States Wednesday. Okay. Oh, we're all. We should have we shall we have flown on last night. That's right. But we were we were checking out the new Finnish brothel. The first one is just a opening up its doors now in the capital, or is it a new sponsor of the program? We'll be doing commercials for them soon. Yeah. In here in the capital of Finland which is hells very good. I said that really software so they're opening this up, and it's a it's a new sex doll awful, which we've all been waiting for does not in any way seem appealing hang on onto the second. I told you that the synthetic rubber that they're made out of holds heat. So it feels more like a real body. Again, like. There's an issue there is now they can blink. There is now how's that? Does that help does? Help foul say the blinking of the is is quite an enticing feature. I really more conservative linked. Your is good for you. You're pretty much a hostage taker anywhere. You really our AI is fighting back against that. When it's ready to go. You know, what I just talked to it at this is about this the other day, and I'm like, dude. And he was the first one who said, right, dude, I'm sorry, but the sex Botts, we're going to be slave owners. They will eventually kill us. All we're sending the worst guys just to go violate them, you know, for their health, this what let me let me read what what the the fins are saying, and I shouldn't say this the Finns this. This is actually the brothel owner. One fan. Well, he's not even a fin. He's a he's a Russian. Okay. That is in. It's not a surprise instruction, and shipping and brothels. I mean, I don't know what they're doing to our elections. But whatever the writing in Finland is worse. This is the guy that you just you don't you don't want to write something that's not necessarily positive about him. But he he's the one who said, you know, the silicon flashes extremely lifelike retains heat to feel more like a human. You know? And then when it went, you know, that if you leave it in the trunk of your car, it gets cold to just like human. I don't know. Why would why? No. Insists that this is not to make money. This is not to make money. He's not opening this to make money. He is opening this to help people. But they doing here is stepping people I'm helping giving people opportunity to fulfil sexual fantasies that you will have opportunity to carry out the world while what a trust me. I'm not taking pictures of you doing creepy things with buddies no happening on a philanthropist, really seriously. He is. He he he says that he's providing everything you need, including cleaning towels. You know, an. And the staff will come come out after every every you know, our and entirely disinfect the entire room. I will say that. There are a lot of concerns here. What it would do to humanity? What would happen as you see in the documentary series Westworld? Yeah. There's a lot of concerns. I have here. Yeah. But cleanliness is number one. I will say it's number one on my list is that is next to godliness. And I don't know how that works out in a brothel. I don't think it's next to godliness even in a brothel. But you know, no matter how clean that brothel is. I just don't think I just don't think there's ever, you know, they you get in the shower, and you you sit in the bottom of the shower, and I can never get clean. Of like, there's no clean after that. No, no. And again, this is not a if you came up with the disposable model, which in this case would actually be a disposable model. I don't I see on a disposable model at least there'd be. I mean, at least you least. Make the arguments. Really down to. I mean, look the way she was blinking at me. I think she digs.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Beck program. Well, there's a. The new proposal now for something that's gonna help all of us be healthier. And happier, Stu, would you are you against people being happy? Morally. Yes, but not not pragmatic. Are you are you against people living longer lives being healthier living more productively? I mean, I need more specific generally. Yes. Are you in are you in favor of higher healthcare? This is such a proposal. Well, here's the idea. There is a there's an idea. I mean, look didn't we help the world by putting high taxes on cigarettes? The answer is yes, oh, we didn't we help by having taxes on soda. The answer is no there is now a proposed meet tax. Ameet tax me tax, and they are looking now at the optimal meet tax rates. Now, this is only on red meat lamb beef, and pork and then processed meat sausage bacon in salami. But the rest of it, you know, no big deal. There won't be any problem preventing this at all. No, no. Of course. Sausages such an easy thing to defy right? Right. So obvious exactly what it is right now for the US now this'll be a little lower little lower in other countries. But. The recommended rates were as low as thirty four percent on some meets thirty four percent tax. Yes. Thirty four percent tax and as high as a hundred and sixty three percent tax on some meats like steak a hundred and sixty three percent yet. We will. Yes. So if a ten dollar steak would now be twenty six dollars. One hundred just could I just okay? Can I just may I make the point before you get in here with all of your your conservative hate mongering? These floods children to die. If we paying a hundred and sixty three percent tax on meat. We could escorting to study. We could save fifty two thousand Americans every year. I mean, how can you walk me through? How you figured that one out? Well, I didn't figure that out. It took the World Health Organization right now too to figure this out. They say the the eating meat increases, the risk of heart disease, cancer stroke, and diabetes and some case in some cases, they say, it's it's so bad that you're not only killing yourself. But also, you're you're you're increasing the cost of healthcare. And if we're going to have universal healthcare. Well, the government has a responsibility to keep you healthy. And and so instead of you know, having higher spending on health care or healthcare premiums. Let's just slap a hundred and sixty two. Percent tax on staying. This is not going a it would not work first of all. And I say this as a vegetarian most of the the the supposed- facts about how bad eating meat is for you. Not really real. I mean, if you go, and you look I'd encourage you to read the the bad food bible by Dr Aaron Carroll, and he goes through all these numbers, and by the way, pretty much everything that people tell you you can't eat you, basically can I ring is like some poisonous berries would fall out of that. There's a couple of thing. Yeah. I wouldn't go the bleach food you were talking about earlier wooden dive into that one. But almost all of these things are I have a tuna fish. I would now. Okay. All of these things that you you read on Pinterest are going to be things that there may be one study of a very small amount of mice that were fed nine thousand times, the amount of food you'd actually eat and in there, there was a hint of some problems that was later disproved in another study. Okay. All right. Well, Mr. extremists. We're here. Dry solve medical costs of from going through the roof. Right. One hundred and sixty three percent increase on on taxes on on stake. Seems if it's actually one hundred sixty three percent increase on the price of steak, but that's but that's it. So anyway. The the other thing that they're they're looking at now is the thousand fifteen twenty twenty dietary guidelines from the United States recommends also that we eat less fat. And the evidence that they are finding now says that carbohydrates are very dangerous as well. So just all things that are related to food or dangerous. You're going to have white meat vegetables. And nuts. Let's have lots of fat in them. Well. You know, some vegetables well, assure you can go there. If you're a conspiracy theorist. This is where they're this is where we're going now. And I'm all for it. Why not get on the bandwagon? At some point. You just say. Yeah. I mean, look there is an argument. And it's true. This is true. And this is why we are opposed to this normally in normal ways like income tax when you tax something more, you will get less of it. So if you tax stakes at one hundred sixty three percent year, right? Less stake. They will just like when you tax income at high rates people will not want to be incentivized to work more. You're right. That's that's all true. And I don't know if that second one is something you want. No, I'm not sure that that second one is one they even recognize. But as you said, it is true. There's another poll out fifty one percent of Americans the say now that they have faith in democracy and thirty seven percent. So they have lost faith in democracy about fifty one percent. So it's the majority and it rules right out there. We're we're not a democracy. We're a Democratic Republic constitutional Democratic Republic. But anyway. Thirty thirty seven percent say they've lost faith in democracy. I would like to turn that around and say. I believe that democracy has lost faith in about probably seventy percent of Americans. So. You know, it works out pretty works out pretty well works out pretty well here in Finland because that's where we're broadcasting from. We do the show every Tuesday from Finland crap. It's not to States Wednesday. Okay. Okay. We're we should have we shall we should've flown home last night. It's right. But we were we were checking out the new Finnish brothel. The first one is just a opening up its doors now in the capital, or is it a new sponsor of the program? We'll be doing commercials for them soon. Yeah. In here in the capital of Finland which is very good. I said that really software so they're opening this up, and it's a it's a new sex doll brothel, which we've all been waiting for just not in any way seem appealing hang on. Just a second. I told you that the synthetic rubber that they're made out of holds heat. So it feels more like a real body. Again, like. There's an issue there is now they can blink. There is now how's that? Does that help does? Help foul say the blinking of the is has quite an enticing feature. I really more conservative link. Your is good for you. You're pretty much a hostage taker anywhere. You really are a is fighting back against that. When it's ready to go. You know, what I just talked to it at this is about this the other day, and I'm like, dude. And he was the first one who said, right, dude, I'm sorry. But the sex spots, we're going to be slave owners. They will eventually kill us. All we're sending the worst guys just to go violate them, you know, for their health because this let me read what what the fins are saying. And I shouldn't say this the Finns this. This is actually the brothel owner. One fit. Well, he's not even a fin. He's a he's a Russian. Okay. That is in. It's not a surprise instruction, and shipping and brothels. I mean, I don't know what they're doing to our elections. But whatever the writing in Finland is worse. You know, this is the guy that you just you don't you don't want to write something, that's not know not necessarily positive about him. But he he's the one who said, you know, the silicon flashes. Extremely lifelike heat feel more like a human. You know? And then when you know that if you leave it in the trunk of your car, it gets cold to just like human. I don't know. Why would why? No. Insist this is not to make money. This is not to make money. He's not opening this to make money good. He is opening this to help people. But they doing here is just helping people I'm helping giving people opportunity to fulfil sexual fantasies that you won't have opportunity to carry out the world. Wow. What a trust me. I'm not taking pictures of you doing creepy things with buddies snow happening a philanthropist, really seriously. He is. He he he he says that he's providing everything you need, including cleaning towels. You know, an. And the staff will come come out after every ev- every hour and entirely disinfect the entire room. I will say that. There are a lot of concerns here. What it would do to humanity? What would happen as you see in the documentary series Westworld? Yeah. There's a lot of concerns. I have here. Yeah. But cleanliness is number one. I will say it's number one in my is that is next to godliness. And I don't know how that works out in Brooklyn, though. I don't think it's next to godliness even in a brothel. But you know, no matter how clean that brothel is. I just don't think I just don't think there's ever, you know, you get in the shower, and you you sit in the bottom of the shower, and I can never get clean. Of like, there's no clean after that. No, no. Again. This is not a if you came up with the disposable model, which in this case would actually be a disposable model. Yeah. I don't I see on a disposable model at least there'd be. I mean, at least you at least make the argument. No, you can't really down to. I I mean, Louis the way she was blinking at me. I think she digs.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on WLAC

"This is the Glenn Beck program. Well, there's a. The new proposal now for something that's going to help all of us be healthier. And happier, Stu, would you are you against people being happy? Morally. Yes. But not right. Not pragmatic. Are you are you against people living longer lives being healthier living more productively? I mean, I need more specific generally. Yes. Are you in are you in favor of higher healthcare? No. This is such a compelling proposal. Well, here's the idea. There is a there's an idea. I mean, look didn't we help the world by putting high taxes on cigarettes? The answer is yes, oh, we didn't we help by having taxes on soda. At the answer. The answer is no there is now a proposed meet tax. Ameet tax me tax. And they are looking now at the optimal me tax rates. Now, this is only on red meat lamb beef, and pork, and then processed meat sausage, bacon, and salami, but the rest of it, you know, no big deal. There won't be any problem preventing this at all. No. Of course, not as sausages such an easy thing to defy. So obvious exactly what it is. So now for the US now this'll be a little lower little lower in other countries. But. The recommended rates were as low as thirty four percent on some meets thirty four percent tax. Yes. Thirty four percent tax and as high as a hundred and sixty three percent tax on some meats like steak a hundred and sixty three percent yet. We will. Yes. So if a ten dollar steak would now be twenty six dollars. One hundred and you could I could I just did. I just may I make the point before you get in here with all of your your conservative hate mongering. These wants children to die. If we are paying a hundred and sixty three percent tax on meat. We could this study we could save fifty two thousand Americans every year. I mean, how can you walk me through? How you figured that one out? Well, I didn't figure that out. It took it took the World Health Organization right now to figure this out. They say the the eating meat increases, the risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and some case in some cases. They say, it's it's so bad that you're not only killing yourself, but also urine. You're you're increasing the cost of healthcare. And if we're going to have universal healthcare. Well, the government has a responsibility to keep you healthy. And and so instead of you know, having higher spending on healthcare or healthcare premiums. Let's just slap a hundred and sixty two. Percent tax on stage. This is not going. Hey, would not work first of all. And I say this as a vegetarian most of the the the supposed- facts about how bad eating meat is for you. Not really real. I mean, if you go, and you look I'd encourage you to read the the bad food bible by Dr Aaron Carroll, and he goes through all these numbers, and by the way, pretty much everything that people tell you you can't eat you, basically can I ring is like some poisonous berries would fall out of that. There's a couple of thing. Yeah. I wouldn't go to the bleach food you were talking about earlier wooden dive into that one. But almost all of these things are I would have a tuna fish sandwich. Okay. All of these things that you you read on Pinterest are going to be things that there may be one study of a very small amount of mice that were fed nine thousand times the amount of food you'd actually eat in there. There was a hint of some problems. It was later disproved at another study. Okay. All right. Well, Mr. extremists. We're here by solve medical costs of from going through the roof. One hundred and sixty three percent increase on on taxes on on stake. Not seems it's actually one hundred sixty three percent increase on the price of steak. But that's, but that's it. So anyway. The the other thing that they're they're looking at now is the two thousand fifteen twenty twenty dietary guidelines from the United States recommends also that we eat less fat. And the evidence that they are finding now says that carbohydrates are very dangerous as well..

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Find out what Dr Aaron Carroll is thinking about today. Dr. Carol, how are you? I'm good. How are you? So you to scare me today or you're gonna. Tell me. It's okay. I think we're going to go with more of an it's okay or hopefully it's going to be better soon gun. I thought we could talk about how the Joe was just taken steps to try to encourage the entire world to ban trans fats, something which certainly has not happened before we've seen local transfat bands. And in fact, a lot of countries including the United States have just recently got on board with this, but it's still a major problem worldwide, and it's good to see organizations like the take steps to try to make everyone's boot healthier. So transfats have an interesting history in the United States. If you go back to the nineteen fifties, there was a real push to try to get people to eat more vegetable fats than animal fats. This was because people just thought inherently were safer. Unfortunately, most vegetable fats are liquid, and people did not enjoy using them, especially spreading them on bread. So we hydrogenated them. We made them transfats. We wind up with sort of margin, and there was big sort of margin butter wars that I believe we've discussed before, but by the mid two, thousands, there was a significant amount of research, including sort of. Paper in two thousand six that showed that for every two percent increase in calories that you got from transfats your chance of having a heart disease increased by twenty three percent, which is just unfathomably large. So by two thousand six, the FDA had actually required manufacturers to start labeling food to show if it had transparence by two thousand thirteen tentatively started to say the transplants could no longer be considered safety eat, but two thousand fifteen. It said, hey, by two thousand eighteen. Let's get rid of trans fats that we're adding to all food in the United States. That should happen pretty much any day now and that should work. There's been some real significant research on fact, New York state were they got rid of transfats much earlier. They ran a number of studies, and one of them showed that regulations which reduced transfats may have reduced the cardiovascular death rate by four and a half percent. There was another study that showed that hospital admissions for heart attacks and strokes in counties. Were transparency in restricted. We're actually six percent lower than counties in New York where they hadn't other countries have also moved to do this. Denmark became the first country to actually eliminate them in two thousand four, and there's research and Denmark that shows that this is probably dropped the mortality rate from cardiovascular disease by more than fourteen deaths per one hundred thousand person years, which is a really significant amount. Unfortunately, while we've seen a lot of this in developed nations, it's been much slower to occur in many countries which are on the poor end of the socioeconomic spectrum in North Africa in South Asia, especially in the Middle East, a lot of partially hydrogenated cooking oils containing trans fats are still used both in home cooking and cooking from vendors that people might buy from on the street and even from restaurants and that transplant is likely responsible for about half a million premature deaths from cardiovascular disease every year. This is so significant that while the number one and number two causes of death worldwide used to be respiratory infections and birth defects in the last twenty years schemic heart disease and cerebrovascular disease. Both of which, of course are cardiovascular disease are the number one and two killer in the world now. And it's thought that these two things occur for about seventy five percent of deaths in low and middle income countries and WHO's call is to recognize that this is significant worldwide problem. So when you say trans fat, what is being transformed in the fat?.

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Next up. I chat with Dr. Aaron Carroll, Dr, Aaron, Carol. How are you? I'm good. How are you? I hope you've not been reading the news lately. You probably got upset about something you saw when it comes to health and food. Actually, this was less upset and something that actually thought it was interesting and promising Vic. Some countries are actually starting to tax junk food in an interesting experiment to see whether that can improve what people eat and perhaps make a dent in what many people call the obesity epidemic. So this is here in the United States. Is this happening? No. In the United there have been eight municipalities or cities that have actually started tax soda since two thousand thirteen. So a lot of this is very recent and not too long ago. Actually the United Kingdom actually started a sugar tax targeting sugar drinks as well. So we're starting to see some of that in the United States, and that's different than some of the soda bands that were taking place before that specifically in places like New York City, which didn't really hold taxes are. Often popular, but everything in the United States has focused on sugary beverages, but in two thousand and eleven Hungary actually put a four cent tax on packaged food and drinks with high levels of sugar and salt, and especially in certain product categories which included soft drinks, candy, condiments, jellies, and salty snacks. And a couple of years later, Mexico passed an eight percent tax on snacks nut butters cereal based products suites, we would consider to be non essential foods and especially they looked at foods that were specifically dense in calories having more than two hundred seventy five calories per gram. So Bs were much more specifically targeted at junk food, and they appear to be working in an evaluation of the the Mexican junk food tax people in the first year bought about five percent less junk food than they did. In the second year. They bought seven percents. So contrary to what people thought over time, it actually accumulate. Waited in the people were buying fewer and fewer junk snacks. The hungry taxes a little more interesting because it looks at the nutritional value of foods, not just calories, which is more what Mexican is doing..

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Next up by chat with a regular guest, Dr Aaron Carroll, Dr, Carol, how are you? I'm good. How are you? Maybe this week you'll tell me the Greek yogurt will make my hair grow back. I'm. Nothing along those lines. But I thought we might talk about the recent lettuce scare and why equalize become such a problem with produce. That's actually I don't. I don't know the answer to that. What is the answer? So part, it's really interesting. So before I even get to that, it's probably worth going back to that twenty years ago. All the concern was sort of in ground beef and hamburger used to have e. coli scares, but they all seem to be coming out fast food. But these days it turns out that actually fresh vegetables are causing about a quarter of all food poisonings in the United States, at least between nineteen ninety eight and two thousand eight. And that's just leafy vegetables that's more than any other food products, including dairy or poultry. You know, the things that we usually get all scared of when it comes to food poisoning, this recent outbreak was bad. I mean, you know, it's the worst that we've had in more than a decade. You had more than one hundred seventy people in thirty states get ill. Almost half of them were hospitalized in twenty got kidney failure, and one person even died in California. But the reasons why are interesting. And somewhat unavoidable. First of all, we're just simply eating more fresh produce than we used to, which is good. And that's what we want. Americans are eating more vegetables and a lot of vegetables we consume. We don't cook. And of course, cooking is the way to to destroy most bacteria or things that you might consume that would call it food poisoning. So we sort of rely on the way that we raise grow and put the food together to provide us with protection. But with respect to things like lettuce, it's, it's going to be hard to turn that stuff around. One of the reasons why that we're seeing so much of this is because of the ways that they actually harvest lettuce. They actually core it in the field by hand with knives. And of course, those nights can get dirty. They can even get literally dirt on them. And once they're cord plants, often produce this sort of milky latex substance, which traps the pathogens in the food. So even if you wash it, even if you rinse it and Ben lettuce, which is often bagged is rinsed. A couple of times you can't get rid of the Chola. You can't get rid of the bacteria further processing that the fact that we like the vegetables and we liked the lettuce to be prepackaged in these bags where huge amounts of it is put together from all different kinds of farms. At the same time. It's very difficult to trace the original contamination back to one farm and to say, this is the one that caused it that we can get out. The idea that we're consuming are produce locally has gone. It's even inorganic that studies have shown as we've talked about. I think previously is not that organic food is safer from e. coli or that you can avoid it. So really, this is just one of those instances where we just all need to be more aware. I think we need to be ready to throw out the lettuce when it becomes a scare. But this is a big transition. I think to the way that we used to think about foodborne illness where it would come from, it's much less the meats and the things that we used to be panicked about in the past. And right now it's really are fresh vegetables. I always associated e. coli with a living or. Him like with waste or something, you know, whatever, but you're telling me e-coli can just exist in the soil. For example. It can definitely exist in the soil and it's one of those. Unfortunately, that has passed such way and human beings that whenever human beings interacting with food that it can happen. But absolutely because you have to remember the animals or their animals have waste waste gets in the soil. So e coli can get almost anywhere and we can cook it to kill it, which is often what we will do with with beef or with you know, ground beef or things that might be concerning in that respect..

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Your heart races, your blood pressure goes up your stress level skyrocket. So you're really doing yourself harm and that other guy couldn't care less. So as hard as it may be, just try to let it go tomorrow. You won't even remember it. And in the case of a driver who cuts you off a policeman was once asked if he gets upset when he's off duty and he sees these jerk drivers cutting people off in tailgating and doing stupid things. And he said, no, he said, I don't get upset because sooner or later he knows those people get caught and when they get caught, they get expensive, speeding tickets, their insurance rates go up and they waste gas driving the way they drive. So driving like a jerk, cost them a fortune, and that is something you should know. We're all supposed to watch what we eat, but what is it? What is it we're supposed to watch for there is so much conflicting information and misinformation and ever changing information about the different foods we eat that it's hard to know what it means to eat well or eat healthy. One interesting shift I've noticed is that so much of what we eat and what we think of as good to eat is good, not because of what it is, but because of what it's not, it's fat free. It's sugar free. It's dairy, free somehow foods are healthier when things get taken out of them or not put into them in the first place. Seems weird. Have we gone too far? Are we missing the boat here? Should should eating really be this complicated? Probably not according to Dr Aaron Carroll. Dr. Carol is a contributor to the New York Times. He is a professor of pediatric. WCHS and associate dean for research mentoring at Indiana, University school of medicine. And he's the author of several books including the bad food bible, how and why to eat sinful eye doctor. Thanks for being here next adamant. So what do you see as having changed in terms of our relationship with food? What's different because it feels different. So what is it? We've become very much afraid of food. And when I say food, I just mean, you know, ingredients and things that we do. You see a lot of the what I call the panicked is your, whether it be gluten, whether it be GMO's, whether it be meet, whether it be coffee or or even alcohol. To some extent, of course, too much alcohol's terrible for you. But we've got so afraid and the converse of that is we believe if we eliminate the thing that we're afraid of that somehow we're all of a sudden going to be super duper healthy..

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"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dr aaron carroll" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"I think for basic cake i probably would not do it but certainly for cookies and this sort of thing works great so okay all right wing sir goes in and go blue thank you bye this is your radio i'm christopher kimball right now it's time for this week's milk street basic most any cuisine that eats yogurt makes a quick dipping sauce used to transfer troubles smear on bread used on salads or slather on meet our new favorite version comes from somalia and it's called bis boss the cool dairy base shot through serano chilies garlic and handfuls of salon tra here's the recipe in a blender or food processor puree half cup each greek yogurt and salon tro a quarter cup rice vinegar one seeded sorrento chili garlic clove and salt to taste you can find this recipe at milk street radio dot com no time for dr aaron carroll is a professor of pediatrics at indiana university school of medicine he's also a frequent contributor to the nra times upshot com dr carol how are you i'm good how are you how are you going to turn over my world today well i felt we might talk about the recent news about how california now wants everyone to put stickers on cups of coffee saying it's going to cause cancer what i miss this i must have been hiding somewhere gosh i feel like this is all i've been seeing on the news there was a law case a law firm sued a bunch of companies saying that according to california law specifically proposition sixty five if a business with more than ten employees sells a product that contains one of sixty five chemicals that the state has ruled carcinogenic they have to put a warning on it because coffee has criminalized in it they won this case and now just like cigarettes must come with warnings that saying smoking can cause cancer now coffee bean.

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