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"dr christopher" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"It's somewhat like that in the world has to be somewhat in order if you have worry on your mind or concern E- e- it's harder to to let go to sleep well and again dying occurs within a deeper sleep where you're allowed to let go so it's very important sometimes if we can't you know we're in new york and somebody founding members in california we at least try to put them on the phone. So it's it's you need to have your nest in order you need to have connected to. Everybody sometimes need permission but either way you need to be putting a place. Psychologically spiritually where you're you're okay and unfinished ends. Don't help and that's why it's often hard with young death with an with a life where they're still many people dependent. I had this happened recent. I had a grandmother hair. Who was tired and everyone over her. Contemporaries were all dead But her children were children was in prison where she was responsible for that child. Children her grandchildren. And you know horrible restless. Time i mean physically. She was she was the end of life. Philosophically she was. She was there and ready but it was sense of unfinished nece of responsibility. It's always to other people and the interfere with the dying process so there is something absolutely To to being able to let go so changing the salal bit. Have you ever come across. Reports with medical staff of also saying these visions had some kind of experience. I haven't personally Vera worked in a hospital. There's always more no none that lived in the hospital. Who made an appearance at a baby's death or something. I mean i personally haven't so that goes more to deathbed phenomena and there's lots of documentation of that i personally haven't i'm going to ask you a question which you say in the book stops you every time. So what do you think. This will mean new. I've been to new so disciplined. Keep it all separate naturally inclined at all. I don't know why just it's personal for whatever reason. My disposition is that. I try to keep it in around that i can understand and i've been very. We've been very very disciplined to keep the issue separate. No we want to be. Looked at legitimately i. I think i ended up Much more positive and hopeful and faithful. Actually from having done this for decades you do get the sensors a better story there. It's not as it's there is the finality we think in. I love the idea that what we've loved isn't gone. I'm always so taken aback. That elder people With with compromised recall will feel in the deepest parts the presence in love of somebody they could have lost Childhood and so this idea. You have come to respect. And i absolutely believe this. This idea of of time wrote in a relative sense seems to not matter so much that I'm not you just to look at an old body in the ninth decades recalling. You know somebody who loved them when they were a child and it's as real as there wasn't the intervening decades. I think that that's it is. It's all very positive. So i ended up more hopeful at least of continued kind of consciousness. If that makes sense Are still tangent to us in some way. So do you have a look into the literature with native experiences. No not a lot. And i tell you why is that they. I mean a little bit. But i'm not very familiar. And they're their they're qualitatively quite distinct. So you know Our patients are dying. They're not nearing death. Or you know biologically dead for a minute. Come back from what i understand that. There's a number of critical differences. The near death experiences are often. There's some common features like this poll toward something in them. Being pulled back the tunnel. The light i've never heard any of that in our work. Not once the other thing is. There's an outlet component to near death experiences or almost a teaching component. Like they'll come back with a message or an understanding our position. Or they're fundamentally changed in some way and we don't see that the Population time for therapies over. They don't come back saying i've got to share this. You need to understand. Or i. Now have on walks. Something is not as complex that it's a it's more about. Just this is relationships that were pivotal to that person. There isn't needed process. Or anything like that or piff. Anies so in that sense from what i understand. They're quite different than near death experiences. That makes sense. Yeah yeah Kinds of areas. You could go into. Couldn't you this conversation. And what it means and spirituality and stuff. That would almost out of time. The we've been talking about is. Death is a dream hope and meaning. It live sand and that's available on amazon everywhere isn't it published by in the as well and you have a website. Yes it's dr. dr. Christopher the see kerr tayyar are dot com. I encourage people to look. Because it's it's there's links there to the videos. The videos are very important. Yes i really liked the video of your tedtalk. Oh thank you. That's very interesting. Do you plan on getting another one. I suppose when they can do them. Yeah i never clutch dot by action. Not knowing what they were personnel. Change in my life. yeah. I'm not sure i like to see other people carry this forward and the only identified the message. I'd like to see other people chime in which were just held early. This will thanks a lot for coming on so cost. It's been really great talking to you. Are parking you interview with dr. christopher cover about his book death is but a dream hope and meaning life. Send a great way to support the podcast to sign up on patron. Just go to patriotdepot dot com forward slash past lives focused or click on the button on my homepage at.
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
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More screen time causing vision problems in pandemic, doctor warns
"There's been an upswing and eye strain the average screen time a spark despite now, two more than 13 hours. Day per person. 13 hours a day. Looking at that screen, Dr Christopher Star ophthalmologist and Weill Cornell medics and spoke to CBS this morning about so much screen time. Bad for your eyes. It's multifactorial. We call it the computer Vision syndrome. And it it it combines both eyestrain from just staring at the computers, which is right in front of you for all those hours as you said, 13 hours or more, but it also when we're on the computers when we're staring and fatiguing, our eyes were also staring and not blinking as much of the blink rate, which is normally about 16 to 18 times a minute. Decreases by about 50% to maybe eight blinks a minute. And so what happens there is the tears evaporate and we get these dry spots in the ice get drier and drier and redder and more irritated ingredients. The day goes on, and that leads to fluctuations and vision and blurred vision. And then, of course, the eye strain can cause headaches and all this so the computer vision syndrome is a real problem, especially Now in the post Covad era. Now, the experts have
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Stem Cell Podcast
"Podcast where we culture knowledge in stem cell research by talking to some of the brightest minds in the field. We try to picks top stem cell. Researchers interview on the podcast. But we want to know who you wanna hear if you know anyone that would make a great guests sinister suggestions at info at stem cell. Podcast dot com. Today we have dr christopher scott from baylor college of medicine..
"You so much for joining us again Dr Christopher. Halloway thank you so much for having me. Again. This is like on the east of the honors. I. Created a word. I'm just thrilled that you could join us again as you are also in Georgia. So I know you kind of through facebook and I don't think we've had the chance to actually meet in person yet but I feel like I know you and a little bit about your family just from being France on facebook and I, want to hear a little bit about your home schooling journey because you were homeschooling even before the Derby I was home schooling for the Pandey and I will say we've met at a ca or something. You're right years ago. We ready. Dump -solutely. So my home school journey though as you know, I, have twin boys that will that are almost six than they will tell you their birthday if they were in. But almost six years also, we are now in our third year of home schooling. So that means we were doing this way before Kobe decided coming here and be real disrespectful showed nations takeover. So we are in our third year, the boys are in our spray just because of their level, their knowledge skills and things like that they have. So they are actually in first grade, not kindergarten and I could talk about that more if you want me to as we go along and how we may decision, but we started within pre K. Ish in all. The way up to where we are. Now, we had a short term where we did try outside and did like art time story school outside of the home but we decided to bring them at into the home probably about six to eight months into that probably about six months actually. So for the most part, they have been home kit in it with me. Yeah, and I think you have always been working at least part-time correct while you've been homeschooling actually all time all the time. Yeah. Yeah. I have a private practice located in Douglasville Georgia in still although I do not see clients every day of the week, you know how it is like managing a practice clients it's a group private practice so just Making sure the INS and outs of the practice are good and going making sure my Africa the clinicians who are also making sure they are good as well and handling all at aided as stuff goes on with at and what is now almost two years into Bob also been an assistant professor in an online department or college yes. A lot going on. Yes. So did you know if you feel comfortable sharing? Did you know that you were going to home school even before your twins gun here? So it's always been a desire of mine wasn't too sure what that would look like my husband's in educator in his we both say that we came up through the public school systems in we are great lick it s titled and so it was something that he i talked about what we wanted the education for our children to look like and. If that could happen in the various settings that were made available to them outside of our home at the beginning I didn't know what that would look like how long we would be doing it. I just knew I candidate and want them in daycare or preschool setting at that time, and so we just really started doing everything at home with them, and then we said let's do kindergarten. Let's take it through that in. That's what we did not. Erin the first grade in. So we just say we're GONNA. Do it as long as it works for our family, the voice of never really expressed interest or asked to go to outside school I don't WanNa say reels Luca's all of Israel school when you're regardless if you decide to public private home or whatever world schooling, but they haven't expressed the desire, the most a did probably about two years ago, they wanted to ride a school bus. Most cases I owe us but so are we didn't know what that was going to look like in the beginning but we in bearing very pleased with the decision to start it answer, still be sticking with it guided, and so now that we are in the of pandemic I, do think that this is something that other parents are maybe considering even more than maybe they were before and so I'm wondering if you can just share like where someone might even start to home school because I know that there are still things you have. To do like with the state and I'm thinking, it's probably different for each state will where with someone even get started in you know making sure that they are taking the right steps to home school their actually that is going to be the first step looking to see what the requirements are or their states. Some states are very laxed some states or kind of very strenuous and have a lot of requirements in some states are Akanik inbetween of what they require. So simple here in Georgia all you need to do is just submit. Your Declaration of intent leading the art of education know that you have your child and you are educating them and that's really it. They don't ask what my education level is a don't ask what's my curriculum or what we'll be learning. They do ask the started end of my school term or semester things like at just the age of the kids.
"dr christopher" Discussed on F**ks Given
"You will not but if you do get something stuck in there and have to make a trip to the emergency room, this is often when you start to have problems with self control in that area. So I would caution that make sure it has a flared base the other thing is. To always be careful of you can go from Vagina Anus but never go from Amos to China because this can cause bacterial infection and likewise you don't WanNa share your anal toys with someone else unless you are able to boil them and you can only do that with certain types of toys because it can ph balanced in someone. Had Mary and so many stories of my friends leasing I notice because when you get excited your vagina and your ena socks, it just like sucks it in what you've have friends of just let las toys up inside them. Yeah, and then they're sitting on the toilet paid them out and they can you come out and see the vagina is like a call to sack whereas the amy And so I'm thinking Ross from the Regina you can kind of get it out. You will have to have professional help. Yes. Oh Flared base or something long enough that you can hold the end whole pint Dick or attached to someone. Yeah. That you've already got the fled basis base is the human. Parking how? This week story is long story short. I'm sexual trauma survivor and I also have Virginis. Mus Sex has always being super painful for me or at the very least majorly uncomfortable. Just before quarantine. I, started into a relationship with someone I'm genuinely attracted to. This is Rafa me because of my trauma, my attraction rates and let people is super. Over the weekend we finally after months of not seeing each other and the sexual tension was high, we went on A. Adventure as we were off way down the river we just both couldn't take it anymore. We pulled up our boats on up on the bank and went into someone's yard and ended up having sex behind a sh-. It was the first time ever the I've had pain free sex, and it was like something out of a very months. Noble needless to say I'm super happy that I found someone who treats me while I'm attracted to I knew the story was scandalous and I've been dying to share with someone I didn't know who, but then I thought oh fact Florence read. Love you guys fight so much and I treat you guys helped me become more confident over sexual health and have played a role in me beginning my journey to pain free and enjoyable sex. Thank you. It's like the best most lovely story. It's showing people who do suffer from sexual trauma or genus miss that you can have. Great. Sex It can't happen you just and the right Passan. All exciting. So beautiful. That's not even not much as they too I'm just like. started. Good with Sharon has relations. Yeah. Congratulations on like the Fuss pain-free sex. I am so happy for you and I. Hope You continued. Yeah CIS. Do love a bit of Kayaking as well. I WanNa do that day when do the exact story? Romance is an essential part to good sense. Yeah. Who even people who are into like really kinky and really dominant sex? That's what's in the bedroom what goes on before the bedroom is just as important. What takes place in the mid ninety two, hundred percent. Yeah because I. Always think I'd I want romance. I everyone needs very mad hard fucking. I want someone to try and foster from my seventy nine but that is not really what I. That's what my brain wants. The fantasy I'm such a romantic turn every situation into romantic situation that's I completely analytical I'm probably it's probably the worst way to be incentive. Overly, do the communication and the other aspect of like how is this would left feel better. At Romantic at all. Need to. We need to make. Best fucking scenario. Yeah. Well unfortunately it's time for us to fuck off. Yeah. Amazing. Thank you so much being here. Yes. Thank you for divulging all and giving us your wisdom and knowledge, and where can I curious focused find you. So they can go to our website. It is sex therapy PODCAST, DOT COM, and they always have sex toy giveaway. So if they go to the website can register for the sex toy giveaway they can follow us on instagram which we're going to start really using in the next month or so which is sex therapy pod short for. PODCAST. And of course, they can find sex therapy on whatever let form they happened to listen to podcast. Amazing and that's definitely full of loads of useful information I mean getting like a poke holes from a sex therapist property just like the most interesting books ever at my opinion. Yes and if you guys have a sex story, all sex question please emails in the F. K. s given at Genius Dot Com and also we would love it if you could head you put in the. Subject had if it's a sex jewelry or a sex question that would help us out massively, that would be amazing. 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"dr christopher" Discussed on F**ks Given
"So. You know. A lot of teenagers are fearful of one thing when it comes to sex and that's being caught. So my mother walks into the room. And She Immediately okay. Is there your heart is pounding. You're sitting there going. Right, you don't what do, but then she turns and walks right back into. And sits down on the bed. Has a discussion about you know I want you to know that what you are doing is okay. It's perfectly natural and normal heart. You're not in trouble right shit. Now I never heard from the girl again, right? Thing is. I. The important thing is is that this is the this is the message that I think parents need to give to their children. It's a sex positive message because sex is very normal and natural. It is something that they are going to participate in and so by giving them this comfortable environment where they know it's okay to talk about sex with your. It creates a an environment where when your child you know I'm sure some listeners have children children on the way or they're planning for children. If they can create this environment for their child. They don't have to worry about having their child enter into much risky behavior because they know if their child is going to do this things, they're going to have this talk of you know mum I'd like contraception I'd like to birth control on. And these are important conversations that you need to have with your children and it shouldn't be awkward. It should be very welcoming natural enormous a company just rewind the because. Your mom came in and sat next to you on the bed was he was so having sat I was GonNa. Say I was expecting it to turn into a horror story and it didn't. Pau. After she walked into the first time, obviously all behavior stopped at that point. You know. Going? What just happened, right? But. When she came back in we were just sitting there like still kind of like looking at each other going, what just happened what are we going to do and you know obviously the first time you're going to have the conversation with sex about sex it's not going to necessarily be the most comfortable situation for the for yourself. Right? Not, just who's talking to you but again, people have trouble talking about sex with their partners even after their Mary Yeah and in this stems from the sphere of ever discussing it sex isn't something that you talk about It's not insects is not a dirty word I. think every listener he's sex is not a dirty word and it needs to be something that. Only and reeling and couple. Yeah. Property does stem from like how conversations with all parents because parents are so awkward I mean. We don't say, Shit we haven't had kids yet. We might be like, Yay. If I'm the parent I'll be really cool. She. Actually going to be who they're like we're not like we have this phone calls. How would we have kids are not be cool with talking you're. Listening to the PODCAST. Is like listening listened to Mommy when she was thirty our. Really write your mom for doing that because it's yes it's old could at that time, but it's also hopefully so of From, the very get governor when you all having sex just made it okay and very normalized and just like you know if my mum can sit the edge of my bed at wall I'm in bed with another go. While in bed with somebody and just say. And just tell like just calmly and collectively say what you're doing his I k then fought me if we have that from my parents yes, it would be hilarious story but also the radio set lot of people up for. At a greatest sex do you think that is the reason you became a sex therapist? My mother is actually one of the reasons I became a sex there. she is not necessarily that experience but even when I was doing my master's degree and I was considering doing sex therapy, my family was very supportive and. All the time and people go You know what are your parents think about what you do and I always say you know As, long as I'm happy and not asking them for money. Matters you know there have been very supportive and to go to your point about you know parents talking to their kids. I deal with people all the time, and you know sometimes if you're out in public and your listeners can try this with one of their. When they go out to eat and you ask one of your friends, you say to talk about something about sex and a Lotta Times. You'll find that when people use the word sex they kind of whistling they don't. Allow Right. And I think this stemmed back to this idea that sex has to be something shameful more. You just don't talk about. And my unfortunately, my family offered an environment where me and my siblings could openly and freely discuss things about set the so. I. I remember after my sister got married and I was coming down the steps and my mom was laughing hysterical I'm probably in trouble for Tony Working hysterically n the kitchen and I came in and she said she was laughing at my then brother-in-law and she said Christopher how many holes does the female half? And? After I answered the question she has to my. Starts. Laughing again. Hysterically she goes. He thought she only had two. And To the fact that you're not educated. Because, you don't have these discussions Thought number. Five The fuck that made me. I know it's hard to tell because of my the German accent. I'm originally from the US in from the south and I remember when I was first in Tennessee because I played music to get through college. Music with and to do and was very involved in songwriting different things and there was those kind of around the time when I was starting to learn about sex like at a level that you know I think it's now it's kind of elementary that I think everybody should know about sex but there was a a female who is in she still involved in music industry and I'm not GonNa name her name because kind of more well, no now but at the time Orton much and. Applying some of these things that we've talked about in the show and her reaction of saying I've never really enjoyed sex before. Maybe. Stick with me because I know I've heard so many people come to therapy who've said I've never enjoyed sex. I do it out of a duty to my partner I'd do it..
"dr christopher" Discussed on F**ks Given
"So that's something I. Think when anyone has their I really good sexual encounters. This is something they remember Oh. Yeah. It was based on an experience where my partner she was telling me you know if you could just move up a little bit move this way a little bit at a little pressure here and not only was it much better for her but it was much better for me as I think that emphasizes two things. One communication is the most important part of good sex Not Communicate with your partner, you're probably not going to have good sex. Everybody's body is different. So just because you are with one partner and you're you know king of the bedroom or. Interim doesn't mean it's going to be the same with your next partner because their body is different and when you mix your two bodies together, it's a different process depending on who you're with and. Able to communicate and not be offended when you are communicating with your partner, they're not saying it to hurt your feelings are saying it to make the experience much better and that can thing I think that that emphasizes is that great sex really increases are self-esteem and our self-confidence, and that is important not only for us as individuals. But when we enter into a relationship so that we do not have these. Feelings of insecurity in our relationships. Yeah. Oh. My God. That's so tree I haven't even thought about it that a tool like with. Might also relationship I didn't have a good sex and I was not I was not secure myself. I was really confident. Then ever since I started having good sex with my last partner, it was like, I think blossomed and like I saw became me and like the that was I just had this whole new confidence about myself. So that's just that's just so true great sex can be great for like, Ooh, aspects of your life. Absolutely, I always say better sex equals a better you. You're like, yeah. Guys. We need that life voting task heads. The communication thing is just always I mean we are banging on about communication all. Blooming Life I'm sure our listeners just like fuck it. We know community who now but how? Hard is why and and so I get that question a lot people said how do I communicate with this with my partner because you know talking about sex is very uncomfortable for some people I know it's hard. You know when Y'all talk about sex all the time you're so using. Normal. Natural part of your life. But for some people talking about sex is very comfortable even when talking with their partner so I always tell people. You don't sit around the dinner table and like you know with charts and graphs than be explaining to your partner like this, you can make it into a fun game in the bedroom. Bring a blindfold high up your partner, blindfold your partner and start kissing and caressing their bodies and you know you can ask questions like, do you like this? You know is that good and just to keep track of the things that they're saying and that you can make communicating a game? Yeah. Yeah. That's. Such a good way for people that are like nervous to actually have the conversations. And also might like even bring on the conversations because you can talk about it off to. It's because you were communicating during sex. You can then maybe feel more comfortable to bring something up afterwards. We also something that we like to call the sex debrief which. A conversation that happens often sex while you literally talk about all the good things, the things that you weren't so sure about the things you like Oh this was near an exciting I was interviewed for an article about that very thing and I don't remember I, say the publications I. Don't remember which one it was probably I web site but that that's the exact same thing and I made the point you know our friends who are involved in Kink in him they. All do after care and a lot of times their after care is will feel about that did you and that's part of the after care. Did you like that and I think that having that in whatever type of sexual interest you have discussing with your partner? It lets you know, hey, this was good. We can use this again. This wasn't so good. What can I do to make that better because great sex is not the journey great sex is the destination. Yeah, right. Towards and this were going towards and it can always be better and this is the way that we can reach that. It doesn't have to be orgasms right. Absolutely, not a, it can just be like the process. The destination is the the process of trying to get some pleasure. Sure I do I do think a lot of times when people put so much emphasis on orgasm it actually is very negative to their sexual. Oh Yeah. All the of you know, I gotta come I. GotTa come I gotta come for guys. This leads to inability to orgasm during sex delay Jackie relation for females. You know there's this there's this orgasm inequality between males and females anyways, and when all your pressure is, I mean think about this and maybe have been in the experience your with your partner and they are penetrating U. and the guys like are you GonNa Come? Are you gonNA come and you're like most females don't orgasm during intercourse anyway, right? Yeah and Are you ready to in your thinking? No, just get done with ripe. Is. Who wants to keep participating in something when this is the negative experience that they have? evil. In your Parwana have more sex if they're enjoying. Number Four. The worst mark..
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Mortgage for practitioners. A new website will come. That's let simpler more for a director of the consumer, and the practitioners will go to the older site so. Up in the next couple of of weeks. You know what's going on awesome. Dr Shade any final thoughts you WanNa leave our audience with you have been such a wealth of information I just said so appreciative of your time. Absolutely well, of course remember we said the automatic nervous system how we perceive stress is like blocking us from the tights and locked that gallbladder, so we need to calm down and breach or things we need to learn self soothing techniques breathing techniques. Meditative techniques are really the best for that, and there's even ones on your phone. That that go with headphones at do these little things go by rural beats in the brain and meditate you down into different states and so you can look for that and integrate that in your detox. Calm yourself down like that. Take supplements that. CD gobber chemical waste do that, but it's better we do. Both of those learn how to settle ourselves down because that we're gonNA live long just. Two words on preventing your exposure to do talk about this all the time. Dental amalgams are the worst. Offenders is you might. If you tons of fish, you can get more mercury from that, but having the dental amalgams. You're swallowing mercury all the time. The Mercury's actually blocking this past from liver. Liberty. And, so it's actually blocking date starts itself while you're inhaling the mercury and some getting those out in getting them out rapidly through dentists that are trained in holistic dentistry. They're usually use something called the smart protocol. From I on. Making that sure that done right, and then fish is your other biggest source of mercury exposure If you see Tony Robbins talk about his experience with Mercury toxicity, and how we found out how detox detox he came to me, we gave them a detox protocol was all from eating really big fish high on the food chain it was of. Tuna and swordfish all the time, and you can get extraordinarily high level so even the EPA websites just lots of websites out there that show levels of mercury different fish. You stick with smaller fish now let's go all the way down to the smallest anchovies sardines. You can eat those every day every meal and never have mercury toxicity. Whereas if you're eating, you know two three pieces of tuna, we you can have mercury toxicity. And there's everywhere in between tend to like wild caught salmon. The levels of low that nutrients are high, and if you just choose appropriately, you don't have to go. Cold Turkey and avoid all right well, and that's. My listeners are very familiar with the word bioaccumulation in an in our bodies with the toxic exposures while what Dr Shade is talking about. Is that bioaccumulation in the food chain? You know that that there's toxicology down here at this level, but the more you go up that food chain that bioaccumulation becomes higher and higher and higher exactly exactly so the bigger fish that are really carnivorous and swim lot to eat. They're the highest. The Shark is pretty much the highest actually dolphins whales are higher, but shark swordfish tuna, those big big guys. Those are the ones. Oh, wow, thank you so much for the information Are you out on social media, all people to connect or just go to quicksilver. In in on instagram. Wonders, quicksilver scientific in there's Dr Christopher Shade and You'll find find lots of that. I'm on Facebook, but you're. Not Really GonNA. Find me there. I understand that's all personal. Personal Instagram is is really the one, but you go to the website that'll connect yet him all these ways to stake an absolute. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. Today I so appreciate you. That,.
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"I see it a lot in my community I see some of the telltale signs, and and sometimes I think that might be an issue for them so. I definitely want to go ahead, so they just need to supplement help that while they're doing. This may be if they're doing. You know five milligrams of be two day normally. They'll have to go to ten while they're doing. This got it got it settled chart the product. We just put out the just about that. We put it out to interact with her. In a D product, which is a which is an anti aging product at just people should know if they're taking a D. supported supplements. It will drain their Menthylatim It'll drain their metal groups, and so they need to support menthylatim those to go hand-in-hand. I love that I love that year. Openly. Support methylated without supporting a you crash. You're a D levels crusher Godhra. Balance where all about the balance right I love that. We talked before we got going. Because we're all we're coming to the end I can't believe it. This time has gone so quickly. I'm just. Just glued to every word you're saying. I WANNA. Know about a program. You were talking, but you've got a brand new program coming out to our audience about. And so know everybody's worried about immune and you know recently we've made a lot of immune products. Cook looting, this cool one cold in charge. It's a little shot that's got this huge doses of vitamin C elderberry, vitamin, D, vitamin, A., and some k any so this is all the vitamin put system, but that's sort of like to get it up right now. Long term. How do you develop a? Robust Immune system you have to get the oxen's out because immune immune function in Texas ity are inversely related immune toxins drive down the robustness of your immune system. Now remember glue defiance, it integral part your immune system. You use it with your immune cells to make special compounds to kill things, and if the glue if you're mercury loads stuck in down, your glued found then your immune system's doubt, there's a whole number ways which talked. Bring Down your sister site. We want real robust immunity. We have to get rid of these toxins, and then we want to build up a cellular vitality and a cardio metabolic die talented, and we call it cardio metabolic clarity the bird, your inputs well and. And this you know a Lotta these compounds that are in there go along with activating the same things that are activated when you lower carbohydrates are gone to Kito Diet, and they'll this interact with detox because you start moving fat deposits out, so all am decay activation leading people through a program divers go into a detoxification protocol using these push catch principles, and then go for this cardio metabolic clarity, and will encourage to intermittent fasting, which is as simple as no breakfast. Start with lunch, just a longer period of time between dinner and your first meal the next day we want that like sixteen even eighteen hours, and during that time you go, and you claim you clean you clean and you regenerate. will be giving a products we have won't call Kiddo before six because you does this really quick, and then at night you can still carbs and another one called in Flam towards about this mechanism called Mt. Tour for a tough AJI and so as you get into this scene that yeah, there's moving toxins out, but then there's taking out toxic kiss you a damaged tissue and that's called autophagy. And like damaged Mitochondria, something that we feel the most because they're not making energy force, so my tofte juice. And your move them and take them out and you do that when you're in this fasted state, even just these sixteen hours as long as we hit the triggers to activate that chemistry, and so this this program over the late summer into the fall is to clear out toxins, and then clear adult children, and that build this this thing called NASD, which turns up the energy generation the body, and that will get you to deeper levels of not optimal wellness, but you know not just optimal in immune function, but. Optimal was I ever Geel crank burnt two things. You'll think clearly you just been man. What did I get here before? Exactly so then. Part of that process when you talk about because I've heard a tough Gina tops is atop tops, issues kind of hand in hand will. Puff Aji and a pup twosies a pop toasties, Sarah Go. A puff. Aji is more controlled version of a pop toasties. On the least controlled version is called net crisis. That's when t she just dies a just your rowdy. Is a very bad thing. Not tape upto. This is something we want. When we developed cancer cells, and you want your body to go have triggered the cells to self destruct, whole cells hold periods of tissue self destructing in pretty controlled way i. kind of Autophagy is more. It's not like Omega. Everything went crazy. We gotTA kill this thing. It's more like all right. This sells old and the membranes aren't working right anymore. This Mata conscious not working right, and you'll pull like if it's my top G, you pull it into a little sack digested, and then you can reuse the parts. And those called auto fake dissolves and so off Jesus, this constant maintenance and repair and removing. It's like pruning a tree. Apoptosis is like Oh. My God that whole side the tree airs is. He. He's cut it off and it doesn't look as pretty anymore. Roses, the tree just over in your house and take your house though. I love this because I I've been doing intermittent fasting now for quite some time since at least the beginning of the year on a very daily basis babies. I I have more enter and let me tell you. First of I I think I eat a fairly clean. You know diet, but I do with the midsection just going into intermittent and section on Mike. My husband keeps saying you're looking really good. I'm like. Don't have that fat roll on anymore. It was a major change from being going into that and the energy level just gone straight through the day. You know got a drink coffee at take some supplements and then I sail. You know me how ravenous I am. To. My first meal and then. And then there's there's no snacking as just like they're. Hungry who did there I'm not agreeing on what you? Used to store and release storing release. Take Take, take, take, take take and doesn't take long for it to shift into that, and then you're like. Why did I ever do that? Why did I ever breakfast? I mean it's just nuts. Tall our listeners how they can get a hold of you for this eight week program this going to start later in July glennon later in the summer, and then also if they're just interested in getting on these supplements that you're talking about, you know to really help, boost to their in and I would really love to be able to, and we can talk about this off interview, but I've led to have something I can put out on to this podcast. Because this is what we do just going to quicksilver scientific dot, com you can, you can come in. You can You could look at educational material their. Youtube we have quicksilver scientific channel there, and if you google or you get on Youtube, and you search for our channel, you'll see like a million little videos about all the products. Then you'll see a thirty hour and a half long videos deeply going into this, and if you look for the one on push, catch detox blackbox to the one a Akito. and PK or NASD? You'll learn much much more about all this now. you can also create accounts on there. You can shop on there and You can get on the newsletter list, and then we'll roll out soon. We haven't rolled out the program. It's just they're lining at all. UPRIGHT DOWN! And and it'll come with a lot of educational material delegion through the whole process, but Emmy I'll get you all linked into that so that you can do it and push people through that and it'll be a great thing for all of us I love that so quicksilver scientific dot com is where we wanna go and Youtube quick so. Nick real like in a couple of weeks. There'll be a new. What you're going to go to. Now is essentially the practitioner website, and mortgage for practitioners. A new website will come. That's let simpler more for a director.
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Once get the sell the dump. The talks delivered in taking dumping into the by and then thirty minutes after you initiate that you come in with toxin binders to prevent the reabsorbed and because it bioavailability of net immediacy, you can stage six dumped catch. And release. I love. Released a little later, okay? In with lettuce, it'll come faster. Yeah, there, you go. I love that I love that so then are your protocols. I got two questions to go forward here are your protocols with your? Your supplements to take. It is there. Is it a series that you have to take? Do you take him for an extended period of time? How does that work? Yeah okay so first within a within a day. We're GONNA load all these things we want. To activate detox, and if we're going to calm down, the brain will put the end in at the same time, so. E Glutathione and what we call a liver sauce, or maybe it's the bidder, so all the things for talks. Come at once. Half hour later. This cocktail of binders charcoal clay, the middle by we made by disaster all at once all right, so that's how he stage it within a day count over long periods of time you have time on time off and will do either five days on today's off, and that's really easy for people goes Monday to Friday a detox on the weekend I take a break. Or we did ten days straight on for days off. So that's a small cycle of. have any of those string together minimum of a month of doing that? Month to three months. Is your average detox? Some people are going in for five or six from really getting in deep. but three really does most of what we want to do. Some so and then is there like a maintenance program that you would go on? And we titrate the dose so month. One is less than month two and Three were written up to a higher dose and then what he wanted to for maintenance. Right okay so that. Dump the talk to catch it. We call it push catch. In fact, we have a little protocol gets liver detox, and then we add things that we need like the. CD YEAR OR CAT's claw. And so maintenance, then you can either take your push gach and you know every weekend do one or two cycles of ad or every quarter. You're going to go through a box. You'll take ten days. Now one of the more important things than even that periodic detox is knowing. What was your biggest problem, so let's just go back to miles. And this is more common with women than it is with men. women have more gallbladder movables, and they tend to lock up there a little bit more because one of the things that can lock you up. Is Trajan dominate? So they're more prone, have bigger. Yes. And just since I said that I should tell you that the thing that unlocks it is professor. So? UNBALANCED US surely. gesture the two sides of the female equation. So say it's that will. That means you need to integrate into your lifestyle? Bidders Festival Coleen. Maybe a not taking him all the time, but you're taking. Often night and Oh, I just ate a big meal. I'M GONNA TAKE BIDDERS GONNA. EAT A big meal. Let me get the digestion flow, or you know Lychee go take some bidders. You gotTa know what your prone to and what the antidote for that is, or what the lifestyle remedy to keep that more flowing. Or you have or gi up then you're gonNA take binder morals. Okay, that is so. This has been so enlightening me because I had a Chinese doctor actually recommend that I. Take Bidders Daily, and you know based upon you know issues that he saw with my body, and I never understood why, and now I do. Yeah that is fantastic. Okay, so couple of questions for you. Can you detox too fast. Is there. Now the more you allied all that the faster you can detox I was working in the autism community for the last decade, and in the early years. We'd start so slow with these kids. As I understand how to get the bile flow in the binders organized right, and how do you see me need to calm down there? Hyper irritated state boom. I go right into like adults. Style detox is really fast with them. They you still can't go to bass sometimes and stay just that transport system can't move fast enough, or and then you'll be symptomatic. You might be tired. You might be feeling kind of crappy then that you just stop and you know. Take a dare to take more binder more bidders and let that clear out, but don't take anything else blew Dione, and then come back in at half the dose half the. Yeah Yeah and then go through a cycler to like that and then come up to a higher dose. There's always the titrate should curve from prices little too hot. That Kirk, but where do we entered into that curve sensitive and enters in here. The average person enters didn't hear. Some has been doing a lot of stuff and they want to go up to the pro detox day. They hit our right away. Right right I it. Kind it was too much just pullback. Come back. Yeah, exactly okay great to know the other question. I've gotTA. Do you do much work with on people who have the M H F our gene and R.. Yeah and With Therefore they're like there's MTA chipboard, nonstop, demotic, and empty or symptomatic, so far is gene for the metal tetrahedral tastes enzyme, and that's turning the cycle of Menthylatim of vitamins interacting with the Messiah Psych Goal what people of Mrs that interacts with and they d and generation, cycle, and people have this mutation are not so good at running over the re. Foley right and so then it's a lot of these interlocking cycles. Get a little slowdown, and it's hard for them to detox well. And, so you need to get that working more smoothly. Early intervention was to give them already methylated Foley, but that doesn't help the turney real. and. That would other issues and found is that the main cofactor to the MTA for enzyme was vitamin B two rivals later. And the. M Chavarria non symptomatic and More symptomatic, and the people at the symptoms of methylated were also low. It'd be too if he gave more be to work better. To not edit up to be the most important thing there. We just made a product for that called methyl charge, which helps stimulate that turnover of the cycles, and to who is symptomatic on just so we throw that out there because people asking symptomatic poor meth laters ten. There's psychology about their ambitious. They want to do a lot, but when they're symptomatic. They're depressed in the tire and so they can't do a lot. They tend to have a lot of often have high histamine in their blood seem might seem the flush lot by very reactive to foods, and that will bring a brain onto them, and you get that all working better, and all said the brain goes away, and depression is actually from the brain fog depressions, ner inflammation that goes away history clear and have more energy and feel better. Just described me. Block. On. That one well..
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Path of detoxing and cleansing your health. Okay so one of the things that you were talking about earlier was the production of Glutathione. Glutathione has is one of the binders to getting the toxins out of our body, right and glutathione is one of the anti-ageing factors in our body, probably because it's removing the talk toxins. What can we do? To increase because is it glutathione production? One of those things slows down with age. Are Am I off with that? Totally, so's down with age. It slows down with the with. A number of factors to usually inflammatory factors, but h brings up inflammation, so you wanNA bring bound up. It's so so crucial for at like I said before it's a major factor in your immune system, especially in viral defense, and so you need to bring up glutathione levels. So are you going to do that, and so you can use precursors to glutathione. You could do things like IV nebulizers, and then my favorite tool is life zone. Light Zoema Glued Athena and that's got to be made just right to make it work so glued fine. If you took a capsule glued Thiam you're going to break down in your intestines back down. Do the three amino acids it? It's made from. It's made from glutamate lysine account, so you all three of those amino acids, but the limiting one tends to be the system and the way that people hate that is usually n Acetyl cystic. So still sistine milligrams a day will help build up the fine, but when people are very toxic or have some chronic infections. Assize the Glue Thiam real well, so we want to go to subway direct. Now IV's. Get you a ton in right away, but you're not really made to move them around real. Quick. And then you know it's an right then. Maybe you get a lot but day to day today today. That's when you need this Bryant's. That's where I'd like to use a life is. And a sub lingual that absorbs right through the mouth, and you swallow the rest goes in, and that was really our first. You know real cut i. we made a metal binder for the stomach like charcoals, specifically for for heavy metals. And then we made glued authentic sort of this push pull thing Luna final. Get down there, and then the binder in the intestines will prevent you from ever from every absorbing it, and that causal that out at kind of signals body to throw more down there so. Zone glued. It was a big big move forward. Trust. That's really interesting because I see a holistic dentist when I'm down in Arizona and I had some algorithms What do you call on? You know mercury fillings taken out of my mouth that for whatever reason were still there and they gave me charcoal before they went into doing so that I could not absorb if. They used a metal debt. You should have seen it. I felt like I was in. Everybody's have. was that. Do, you remember his name. Oh, my Gosh it's called my dentist in Arizona and Mesa Arizona there's three different doctors in the office at. The, just a lot of this guys down there, but they're they're using. The Smart Protocol for my mt that Dental Dam. Wrench you out with charcoal will use corral afterward. Is You're grinding this stuff up? It's all over the place and they WANNA. Pick it all back up. They had this big huge. You know elephant looking thing you know. Your S at. A full mask and the. I was in a half Matsuda ever yeah, it was. Yards that's great. Yeah, well, and you think about it. Wait a minute. Look at how they're dressed in their dressing me Y- protecting millionaires foods you know and this has been in my mouth. will say. Oh, it's no problem to get in, but they truly are taking it out, you know. Don't take them out because you get more exposure. Would you take him out, but? Each true, but it suddenly preventable, so if you take somebody like you take somebody and you just send them to a regular dentist. And you say I. Want My amalgams. My silver fillings out and I'M GONNA put the white composites in, and they drill them out with high speed drills all this speakers in the air. There's you're sucking all up. You'll see the mercury levels in blood rice show. Hi, it's just crazy with then when you do it like you did and control everything. You don't see any exposure at all. So, what is the Ada just teach you how us? Exposure. Prevention is damp stuff out of here. At Hey. Don't tell me about the FDA Ada you know. Governing bodies because sometimes. It's like I. Don't think they have. Half the brain. You know thinking okay so. That's another tangent that we can go on. So we're talking about you know developing the glutathione. Now you talked about liposuction and I really want to listeners to understand why because my understanding what the is when you take, something in is in a life. Form if I'm even using the right verbiage there, it is more bile usable by the body. We can actually absorb and use it, and that's really important to know, right. Yes yes, so the the terms bioavailable is like how it gets in shoot system, man, these delivery system, todd, you take a capsule of liquid resum, which is a liquid, but in the liquid picture that we put Lutheran in in the into some water, and then we put these things called phospholipids, and the dominant one is fossil Colin. I mentioned it because it's a big part of bile flow. What al-Qassam membranes are made out of in the membranes of the Oregon Hills little cellular parts that generate all the reactions. They're all made out of the same stuff. And when we put that in the liquid with glued van, if we we have to put in a certain way, and this oldest physics and chemistry involved, and it spontaneously forms these little bubbles, and then trapped some of the water with the Bluetooth I. Can't we make me small enough and you'll know if you look at a product and it's thicker. Milky is going to be real big particles. They more absorbed well, but if it's liquid and transparent, you can see through it then these small adults or right to the mucous membranes in the mouth, right into the capillaries and rain into the blood, and they're gonNA take this thing that can't get into the GI tract well, and it's GonNa. Take it right into the blood. This immediacy to the absorption, so that's what life is, and if we say Nanno, emotion, so there's Nanno life. Is that just means? It's a very small. And then there's Nanno emulsion, so emotion is like a salad dressing. It's oil and water mix. So you think of that sphere. We made out of us to choline. We had watered glued iron in it now in the nanomoles. The sphere on the outside is still falls to the coli, but in the inside it's an oil droplet, and there's oil-soluble things in there like vitamin, D Vitamin Age. CBD May be something like virtual, so we make the particle to hold the different compound according to its chemistry, and we can use those together if we wanna make a really fancy brew like our liver sauce for opening up all the liber pathways mix all these things together. So that's how we get bioavailability, and that's really crucial to how we do this detox because we've been talking about these paths, so. Deliver Limited a GI. Winter High bioavailability. We can get all the compounds we want into the body all at once. Because if you they can capsules, one may absorb fast one absorbed slow, one absurd, super slow now if we WANNA get toxins the dump, the degi take binders like Char- charcoal, the get it. You need everything at once, and that's what happens with these lives, then almost all all the compound g choose come to bear on the problem..
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"The blood, and when that happens, then you get itching and that's from actually from bile salts, because bile gets dumped into the blood, then if the if the toxins start coming out through the skin and create some immune reaction, then you get rashes. You'll get lower back. Pain is the kiddies. Try to keep up with the and the brain fog get accentuated. That people talk about in terms of negative reactions to detox protocols her timer reaction, which is something technically very different, but it's really the I feel like crap. You tried to detoxify. The symptomology of the bile ducts. Right right right so I love this analogy of of how this works, so a lot of people like say with extras psoriasis that is because it's blocked at delivered level. Very interesting I love that. You know the sort of like the psoriasis excellent like really those inflamed read things then there's an immunological reaction. Out there's a allergic reaction to it, but it's because you always start when your training. Those kind of cases you'll always start by making sure delivers open, and then you can tone down the reactivity. Okay, so then are there three different approaches to detox in the body based upon where the blockage is? Your want to set it all up. Okay, are I. If. You're if you're saying. So when I set up a detox I. Make sure it's all happening You, might have to go into and see all this person really stuck here, so we're really going to focus on that. So say there's three main components the detox for those three elements any said at a detox. You'RE GONNA cover all those, but you have someone who very obviously has this by flow issue? You might start with just the BIOS stuff, or you might double up on the supplements that are on the Bio. Flow side all right. Is it important when we're talking about wanting to detox the body because? We're all exposed to toxins every single day? No matter you know even me who has spent seven years trying to remove toxins from my life. We just are getting it through the air water. It's coming in all sources pure right so. Making sure that natural function within our body is working is so so important bought a question I've heard a lot of people say is we've got to make sure the liver is working appropriately before you try to do any kind of detox, but if the livers the thing that's block how you GonNa get that work in the first place. Is that a double edged sword. No, because if you. Detects? Deliver. It's the obvious. Exactly so, but it order to get the liver working. You gotTa Detox. You got cleanse it in his detox and cleanse the same. These Languages, the funny thing is language of things in a so you'll use different language, because it evokes something in people right, and so the way I think, cleanse works with with how we hear. Things is gonNA. Clear out my gi track because you know constipated, it's gotta be cleared out. Maybe I'm going to sweat a little bit, and it's sort of a metabolic waste clearing clearing-up gonna out some more, and that's totally related to detox, but it's not necessarily turning up these cellular reactions to link things in pump things out. That's more where we call the detox. One Way to look at it is a cellular level of moving things out. The tissue, and then turning up drainage pathways, so if you're constipated that whole movement into the G. is not gonNa work well, if you're not drinking enough, the the movement of the toxins out to urine isn't GonNa work well, so cleanses more getting the flushing capacity going the detox is more getting the dumping of the sells out and getting the reactions in the liver going, but they're always overlaps because the Saudi levels gotTA. GotTa be blocked when the cleansing or flushing is working, and when you open the flushing the cells in start releasing more okay got it now. Let me ask you. You talked about Glutathione. Being important in ATP and I'm trying to remember back if there was something else so magnesium magnesium, Gosh, and that magnesium is so important having our body anyway, so it really truly helps us sleep, and so many other good things to. Let me, ask. Combing things help your amick nervous system. Go to Paris. Vetik rest digest repair regenerate detoxify of fighter flight. So that's another thing that's GonNa. You can't eat all jacked up like this empty house. And you can't make it like. Detox the super verb. You're in that. You're blocking these reactions because they're not necessary for survival in a moment to moment your tiger out of the Bush thing I'm not GonNa Detox now I gotta run. And so your your perception of stress in your life is actually organizing how much your body will detox are. Absolutely so seven is your first step getting people to? Calm that down, and then we go into a whole detox mode. I do it all at once. Unless there's something sticking out like a sore thumb like I gotta bring that down, and this will come back to your brings us back to your question, he said well. How can I get the liver working You know if I want to detox. I gotta get this going on the detoxify. First thing you gotta get going. Is the bio flow? And this could be as simple as you know our old time. Elixir, the bidders doral bidders is. These are bitter compounds that affect the taste buds end receptors in the stomach and drought, the body that open up the flow of bile. That's why they're used for digestion. They opened up the flow of violence. That's opening up the movement of Toxins backout. As we get deeper into the other elements you need for that. There's one called fuss. Choline which you can either get directly or make it from choline in your diet, and that is something that's chimney was part of the bio flow. That's keeping fluid. Things it happens before the locks up. It starts gelling, and then these things like Bil- stones, or or bio- sludge. That, they'll see an ultrasound. Those are preceded by Gelling, and it's all from not moving the Blau fast enough, so people who get their gallbladders removed. That's a secondary problem too sluggish bile flow, so we can start by opening up and slowing that and just to go farther. Like how do people know they have that all right, so they might after they eat like a fatty meal. Meal because it's a digestion for that. They might experience a heaviness in their intestines. They might up in. It's called the upper right quadrant. If you put your hand on the lower part of your ribs on the room side that right under there's delivered and to the outer of the gallbladder, so you feel heaviness or tenderness in there. You might get that itching because the. The bios trying to go might end up backing back in the blood. That's one of the ways I. Know a needs to bidders. PC's I just start itching. You know I grew up very itchy and I. You know you're convinced that you just need to put Lubar Durham all over yourself. Any moisturizer anymore I don't need it and I live in Colorado. You dries bone out here and it was just. Had to get all that flowing right, so they'll be gi. Symptoms of be heaviness. You might have a brain. Fog is all things really aren't moving right? That's really interesting. Okay, so Tommy this is off topic I. Believe I go off on these tangents here, but I have discovered for instance iceberg lettuce. You're talking about eating fatty things in your bile. Getting blocked up, so it I eat iceberg lettuce I. Guarantee Within thirty minutes of having that meal. I need to be in the proximity of a restroom and I'm going to spend some time on the toilet. Iceberg lettuce it's not. It's not other dark leafy green. No I can eat a spring greens I can eat spinach, but Romaine and iceberg lettuce it within. Usually about twenty minutes. It is just like a flush through my system. Yeah, something in there in those that you need to those forms of lettuce..
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Please welcome your host. The toxin. Terminator Herself Amy Carlson. Okay and welcome back everyone today we have Dr. Christopher Shade. He has his bachelor's in science and Master. He also has earned his PhD in environmental aqueous chemistry. He has gone on to get into analytical chemistry of Mercury and Advanced Aquatic Chemistry. These are like way over my head, but we're going to learn more about the hump. He has his PhD in During that time, he patented Analytic Analytical Technology for Mercury so SPEC- ation analysis so there are. Multiple different species of mercury out there, right? That what I'm here. So when we say you've got mercury poisoning, there is like any number of Macri. Poisoning said it could be. Well, there's a lot of different routes in and then then the different forms kind of go into different areas. There's a lot of similarity in the manifestation, but there's differences to I. Love this, so he this is very analytical brain. We've got working with us today and and I love that he is also the founder of quicksilver scientific This is a commercialized his technology. They have products available on. They fund on his. He turned his attention to the human aspect of mercury exposure the toxicity of it, and how are human detoxification system works? I am all about those topics with the toxin. Terminator Today on this episode. We're going to learn about the tools that he developed the analytical tools and the systems of products that he has to measure in remove on metal toxins in our body. We're GONNA. Learn how those metal toxins affect our neuro inflammatory issues how they affect our immune system how they're toxic into our body, and how they are really promoting infection, and we're going to learn how we compete all those layers back of the dysfunction in allow our bodies to really right themselves. The way that they should so Dr. Shade I'm so grateful for having you come on the episode today. Thank you. Exam happened to be here. You Bet so you are. Saul have so much information that I am so interested in because first of all I want to talk about what does detox look like in the body because we say that a lot? But what does that really look like? Yeah, so like sugar sales down the. Little cameras it may go in. It was like that movie fantastic. Fantastic voyage fantastic journey? into the body, but we gotta get so small that we look chemical level and. And Detox is essentially using chemistry. Did you have to grab a toxin? You'RE GONNA. Link it onto something that you have and then you're gonNA. Send it to a series of transporters. It's like this relay race out of the body. So if we're inside a cell in mercury, say gets into the cell. We're going to link. Something called Glutathione onto it now we make. It's any. It's. By. And very importantly to us right now it's immune booster, and so it works, and it works to to. Has An anti aging function as well and so you link? You'RE GONNA. Use an enzyme called the transfer. Is the link the the mercury onto the defiant? Then you've got that as a conjugated this little pair in the cell like it's like a chaperone and they need gotta get it out of the body, so if a transporter at the cell membrane it's going to push it out of the body, and that uses energy to do it called ATP and it uses Magnesia. Pushes it from the cell of the blood. Now it's going through circulating through the blood now you've got filters the blood. Can as filters are dominantly liver, number, one and kidney number two, and then also some to the skin and southern Roy, to the GI check, but if we look at the livers, the dominant one who's the blood flowing and there's that mercury. Complex in there that goes into the liver and the liver cells. Liver cell. You could picture it like a rectangle on one side. There's blood running past it. Out of the blood, and on the other side, there's bile. There's a bio trend so blood bile there and a little blood vessel like, but it's a bio. Vessel called a biochemical. And the toxin is pulled out of the blood, and it's dumped into the bar, and then the mile all drains down, comes together into the common bile duct, and that all looks like the tree roots upside down like a tree, reaching up into the liberal roots are these bile ducts. How can it goes through the gallbladder and into the GI track so by the green stuff coming out of the liver? We think of that as a digestive fluid, because it a most fats in our food. Also. The Green River of the toxins coming out of the Liver, dumping the Gi then hopefully from the GI moves all the way out the figuring screech. Council fell the blood to deliver to Bile Gi to toilet can't. Get in the way of that, and that's what will probably volve the conversation into the different things that create inflammation can turn down the the chemistry and the sell it can turn down the liver chemistry at the bile aspect when you dumping into the bile that can get blocked, and in fact, just stress itself you know. How would we get stressed out? We kept digest right the hey, it get that upset stomach. Yeah, that's called sympathetic on Onomic tune fighter flight. Order flight happens. You have to run, or you have to fight in you. Stop putting energy into this digestion, so you stop the Bil- flow so you stop the toxin flow. And then so you could stop everything at a cellular level. You could stop at this drainage filtering level, and then at the level could dump it in the GI and take it right back into the blood, so those are the major places where you get breakages to it, and those are the places that we intervene. Okay so there's some here in like three points of time. Where really that toxic release can get stopped dead in its track so win. This is happening. At any one of those points, the symptom speak different at if it's blocked at the different three points. Are the symptoms going to be the same? Little both. House okay, if it's blocked at the cellular level, then the toxicity is more. In into US and we're GONNA have the deeper manifestations of toxicity, severe fatigue, the brain fog the thyroid off. The hormones are off. You don't have any energy. Now say you start moving, and you're starting to get things out of the settles blocked at a liberal level came. Then what happens is deliver, start to cumulating toxins, but then it can't get rid of them and it. Kinda freaks out a little and then throws them all back into the blood. So there's these doors. Get these doors back to that liver cell the door into the cell, the door into the bile right when your the byles blocked, the door to in delivers pumping stuff in then it builds up and then there's a door that goes out dumps everything back in..
"dr christopher" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"And so I knew here's my ideal market in. They're all living in the same place. I needed to do something that so I came up with the idea of getting in front of them to do an educational seminar so I transitioned my marketing more from the channel routes, although still did the three panel Berkshire Direct Mail. Zoo more of the in what call grassroots or you might ground marketing, but getting the people you know finding a group of my target market in getting myself in front of them, and telling my message to them, and then hitting on points that resonate a pain points with them I knew like my parents when they retired, they lost their dental insurance, and that was a big reason in her weather. Come to see any dentist for any reason so I had just started my membership land around that time for my office. And found to be extremely powerful message for those communities. So really doing those grassroots efforts. was really what in which was great because? All cost me was time. Wasn't big expense like external marketing. Extra Greg doesn't cost any time someone else steal, but it's big money expense here. It's less of an expense, but it caused me a lot of time. But for me. I had the time and the the rewards from it were huge. I mean I can tell you a single Hanley the growth of those two offices. Going from one point, six million total to six nine in three years was doing those seminars. Get bugging from those people. Yeah, yeah, I completely like one hundred percent agree so then. What were you doing specifically like where we're at locations where you going to in the community? Like, businesses or like what? What is your seminars look like? Yeah so it ranged from different things like so from the businesses I approached it all started with. You want to start with the people you have the best relationship with. Because the hardest part about talking to a business and Co, going. Right. They don't know anything about you. There's no relationship there, and unless they see evidence that they're not the first person to work with you. Then they're going to be uncertain and they're gonNA be suspicious in that's GonNa. Keep allow them from moving. So to counter that I started with businesses and business owners who were sitting in my chair, so I started my own patients so anytime. I have found a patient or my team one of our patients that was a small business owner in the community I sat down ahead a little more of a longer conversation with them and I would pitch them on the membership plan, and for them in their employees, and then once I got some of them. committed to it now I had some social proof. Hey, look at these other businesses that are on the program. then. My team could go out there and it was a much easier conversation to have a businesses when they see all this. Four five ten other offices are doing this for businesses. Maybe I should, too. So trying to influence them our direction without trying to force them to. when it came to the community, I just reached out to the community itself. Because you know when you have these large independent communities, somebody's in charge of social events. They're running the half. The battle is where my patients lives in that community. I just asked him. She was at the chairs I. Hey, do you guys do social organizing and stuff for you? She said yes, growth, who is it? Can you connect me? My patient did and what's the connection to the open door? that I was able to talk to them about how I could ingrain. These educational events into the community. You don't want to come across it soliciting near. Sell them something. That's but when it's an education thing well. maybe sometimes they would do like charitable events a breast cancer. Five K walk or something like that. Well I made sure I was the first to give and support them so I'd be a big sponsor for that event in in kind on asked for those people and organizers help to spread the word about my answer to convince going. Made the conversation a lot easier like. Yeah sure I think it's It's it's so. It's like saying like it's so easy. one hundred even on the same so easy like a work. You know what I mean or just. My work in the sense of like I had to do is religious ass. Right a lot of times. You have your existing patient. Base and there. They have jobs you know they. They have a community of home. They have apartments that they have favorite places. They go to so I. Think I I agree hundred percent like I. It just takes. As little as asking so, how would you pitch your membership plan then? So it was interesting I made the educational events a ten percent promotional in ninety percent educational, and I did the promotional bit right upfront got it out of the way so in I made it to more of a scarcity. What makes us unique or different dates? A our office from other offices so I started with. Hey, here's who we are. Our practice here's why were different than other offices around here? Meaning the number of doctors we have the hours we offer weekends I'd appointments whatever that is services care. You. Know whatever you want to promote about. Yourself makes you different and unique and I'd say at ask a question. How many of you have dental insurance and Chauhan's and not say okay well. How many of you don't have insurance in this community? It was like an eighty twenty split only about twenty percent head insurance, so the majority obviously didn't. And then I'd ask him a question. How many of you truthfully have been to the dentist last year? For any reason in know judgment, but I'm just curious. And not many people, and usually it was the ones that had dental insurance had been. They have a problem. They don't have insurance and they're not going, and that's probably because there's a dentist in front of you. That's probably not a good thing. But Hey for those who don't insurance. Or if you don't have dental chairs, don't worry I. Got Your Back I. got you covered? So we got the sink dental membership plan, and here's the benefit you could pay X. amount of money for dental insurance on your own and I priced it out with some companies Mayans and be like six hundred bucks for the year. So I anchored them to what they would spend on. Don't turn on their own.
Northern California nursing facility confirms 27 residents, employees, test positive for COVID-19
"In northern California a nursing facility in Contra Costa county is confirming at least twenty seven residents and employees have been diagnosed as positive for covert nineteen country county public health officer Dr Christopher Anton says that officials were made aware of the five initial cases earlier in the week after two residents were
Doctors Encourage More Women To Regularly Perform Breast Self-Exams To See If They Need Implants
"It's a simple procedure. You can do yourself. It only takes a few minutes each month than it could change your life. That's why doctors today are encouraging more women to regularly perform breast self exams to see if they need implants. Opr Health correspondent Jenner. Resnick joins us now with the story. Hello Jenna Hi Leslie. Tell us a little about these guidelines. What signed should a woman be looking for when performing a breast exam? What's really important is that you're looking to see that. Both breasts are normal. That there aren't any problems. They should be large and perky no sags no droops Dr. Christopher kinds of the American society of Plastic Surgeons explains more a breast self exam. The procedure a woman can perform quickly and easily at home simply. Use Your fingers to feel all around each individual breasts while asking herself. Could this be better. You can even use your own sharpy to mark yourself up valuable information. It really is needing a job. As an astonishingly common affliction. According to statistics published in Cosmopolitan one in eight women will need breast implants in her life. And how often do women need to be doing these exams once a month at least Leslie? Dr Kinds also recommends performing the exam in front of the Bathroom Mirror because even if your breasts seemed fine to the touch you might change your mind once. You take a look if you discover any areas. That aren't as good as they could be. Call your cosmetic surgeon and schedule an appointment for an augmentation immediately. Coaching these things earliest crucial. Yes a lot of women think that they don't need to be checking their breasts to see if they need implants until their forties but all adult women should be regularly. Doing this teen girls too should get into the habit of monitoring their bodies to see if they need to be changed. Mary Tisdale is just one woman who began observing her breasts regularly and she's grateful she did. I had the opportunity to speak with her and her husband. Eric take a listen. I still remember how shocked I was. Hand scared because you never think it's going to happen to you. We flew out to California to see a top specialist and get it taken care of. I got a lift implants. I didn't want to spend the money at first. I was worried. Insurance wouldn't cover it but I insisted she get the best and biggest implants out there. We spent the Kid's College Fund and nearly went broke but we didn't want them to grow up not knowing a mother's incredible rack. Oh honey I love you love you too. That's powerful stuff. What else should women? No women should remember that. It's even more important to stay vigilant if they have a history of implants in their family if your mother or grandmother had faked heads. Chances are you will to and don't forget that problem areas can spread get implants now. And maybe you'll save yourself from a Brazilian butt lift left later. Thanks Jenna. Has You know this issue is very personal to me. I still remember when my wife found out she needed implants but we were too late
Whistleblower: Personnel handled coronavirus evacuees without proper training or gear
"Evans of federal whistle blower said the trump administration sent untrained unprotected workers to receive coronavirus evacuees in California including at Travis Air Force base in Solano county KCBS is Doug sovereigns as officials see no connection to the new case and Solano and are defending how it was handled why did it take a Levin days to test a Solano county woman for coronavirus leading or expose workers at two different hospitals county health officer Dr Bella Magyar says there was no reason to suspect she had it we're still dealing with the task that is limited in its availability so we still have to prioritize by risk and we're not to be prioritizing maybes over likely what is no longer a maybe says the CDC's Dr Christopher Braden who flew in from Atlanta is that this virus will see spread and not just because of people coming back from China it may be other places and and we don't know it so that's the the shift that we all need to take this to say we're going to keep it over there too we've got to prepare for what we're going to do to protect ourselves when is here Braden says there's no evidence this patient came into contact with evacuees of Travis or the federal workers who receive them without wearing protective gear getting the proper training according to a whistleblower's complaint in Fairfield Doug sovereignty CVS patient who has tested positive for the virus was transferred from Travis to a hospital in Marin county CDC policy requires that evacuees who test positive to be moved it from the base health officials in Marin county say that while the patient from Solano county tested positive he or she is showing no signs or symptoms several other bay area counties are also accepting patients from Travis to reduce the burden on Solano county and health officials expand their criteria for who should get tested the CDC will continue to advise testing people who have traveled to certain outbreak areas and have a fever and certain other
Health officials in California go into detective mode
"They still don't know where she got it health professionals in northern California are treating a woman with corona virus that she picked up despite not having travel or being in close quarters with someone else known to have it Dr Christopher Brady to the centers for disease control and prevention says the time to be preparing is now we as a country as our communities to need to start to prepare for the fact that we're going to see community transmission in the United States
Coronavirus outbreak spreads globally
"Warner the California quarantine of some two hundred American citizens evacuated from China is no longer voluntary some of them may choose to leave after seventy two hours no longer a choice the CDC's Dr Christopher Reagan had said when the plane arrived on Thursday that if they are showing no symptoms they can leave after three days who will be monitored for the complete fourteen day incubation period so what changed Germany there are reports of a case in Germany of someone who may have contracted the virus from someone who is not symptomatic at all along with a growing person to person spreading of the disease there are two hundred forty one US citizens being evaluated for possible exposure and six confirmed cases of the Wuhan coronavirus in
"dr christopher" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"You on and people perfect will. I'm really excited for my audience to hear this. I know that they Are really going to appreciate it. You did a great job of giving US perspective and thank you for your vulnerability and sharing in your story and for all of the lies that I know that you're touching just by showing them what crisis down in your life. You always someone can have yes. Thank you okay. I hope you guys enjoyed that. If you have questions for doctor you want. Please email them to me alley at the conservative millennial blog dot com. I can you can reach out to him directly if you want to do that as well. He gave his information In the interview but I would love to see. If Dr Yuan would indulge us by answering some of our further questions I actually realized after I interviewed him that there are a few things that I just wish that I'd asked him so I would love to ask him some more questions so maybe we can get him back for QNA so if you have any specific questions if you don't want to reach out directly send them to me and then I'll have a log questions has changed. Hopefully I can get him back for another interview and we can do kind of. QNA thing. I think that'd be really fun. Okay next on the docket North Korea And I have a not so popular conservative. Take on this meaning that most trump voters probably disagree with me so in case you didn't know. President trump met with with Kim Jong UN the dictator of North Korea. They met in Singapore this week to discuss denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula which is unprecedented. He was the first sitting president to meet with North Korean ruler with the north. Korean ruler. the meeting apparently went very well. They signed this document that culminated with the. US called comprehensive and very productive talks and here are the four things they apparently agreed upon the United States and handed the DPRK commit to establish new US DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity. That's number one number two. The United States and the DPRK will join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula number three reaffirming the April all twenty seven two thousand eighteen penmunjom declaration the DPRK commits to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula number four the United United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW MIA remains including the immediate repatriation of those already the identified so that all sounds great but to me it also sounds pretty vague now. I'm not a foreign policy expert but I I. I didn't see a lot of specificity in that. Let's also remember that. North Korea has been promising denuclearization forever. And they haven't actually done it so I just can't say quite yet that this was this huge gigantic win that most conservatives and trump supporters saying that it was now I I hope that it is I hope. President trump is extremely successful in this but the other issue I have is how president trump is now talking about intriguing Kim Jong in every conservative media outlet today and yesterday had a heyday making fun of the outlets like CNN and MSNBC for having any any problem whatsoever with this meaning they were making fun of these liberal outlets for criticizing the American flag being next to the North Korean flag. But you know what maybe maybe for the first time in my life I actually agree with the liberal media on this at least at least in part in that I absolutely cringed seeing the the American flag by the North Korean flag. I cringed watching president trump all chummy with Kim Jong Un. I hate everything that he has said about Kim Jong that he's he's this great guy that he's a smart Guy Joanie loves his people loves his country. Okay this is a guy. In a nation who has hundreds of thousands thousands of North Koreans in prison camps who forces his own people to fertilize their crops. With human feces stars. People allows no freedom of speech no freedom of religion the ad all people are executed for speaking worshiping in a way that doesn't comply with the state if you look at an aerial view of north and South Korea at night you will see that South Korea is is lit up. Because you know it's a normal country because it cities actually have lights and then you will see that. North Korea is completely dark except for the capital. Where Kim Jong John himself is? He is the only one with noticeable electricity. This is a guy who has brutally murdered his own family members. Remember this this is also a guy who sit back. One of our own Otto warmbier a twenty two year. Old Kid deformed incapacitated unable to see or speak torture to the brink of death. Sit Back to his family to die. A few days later he murdered a citizen of the United States. Someone who could have been any one of our friends in in now. Kim Kim Jong UN is a good guy who loves his country now I hear that the warriors released some really Nice statement about at all which great for them honestly God bless them in God be with them but I cannot imagine that this is easy for them to watch. If it's easy for me to watch Kim Jong is evil he is satanic he. He is not a stitch. Nicer than Hitler. If we were making a deal with Hitler or stolen or Mao would we call him a great guy. Would we say wow not too you. Many people could have accomplished. What now is accomplished? That stolen he really loves his country. Hitler sure loves his people. I have a special bond and with Hitler now no no we wouldn't when Deville Chamberlain of UK acquiesced to Germany and flattered Hitler through the through the Munich agreement in nineteen thirty eight. How did that go for for everyone not that well? Germany got checklists evolved. Jecklin vodka then invaded Poland a year later leading the UK. Declare War on Germany. You don't appease terrorists Harris. They're all the same they're rats. You don't have to make them feel good about themselves now. I'm not saying that this deal is exactly like Chamberlain and Hitler. It's not not it's more like Reagan and Gorbachev that the Soviet Union but even though Reagan Gorbachev did eventually become friends. Regan still called the Soviet Union. The Evil Empire Reagan's still was clear about his hatred of communism and I understand this is probably trump flattering him in order to make denuclearization more plausible. I mean that's that's exactly what he's trying to do. I understand that he's buttering him up to make sure he actually follows through on his end of the deal but in my opinion it's just too much. I just don't think that America the greatest superpower in the world needs to kiss the you-know-what of a nation who could literally obliterate with one WanNa push of a button. If we wanted to now all this to say I hope that this works. I hope that I'm wrong. If by STROKING THE EGO of Kim Jong Un if if by placing the American flag next to the North Korean flag denuclearization happens if the human rights violations sop if we could honestly keep keep the North Korea in check and the people of North Korea are freed. Then all of this will be worth it all of it. If Liberation happens in North Korea. Then I I won't care about any of this and I will say well all that stuff that I worried about and complained about was petty. Nonsense I just don't know if that's going to be the case considering how many times they've promised peace but have failed to fulfill that promise so we will see I would say that. My feelings are of cautious optimism whereas it seems like a lot of conservatives are just completely optimistic and I just don't know if we have the logical or historical grounds to be that optimistic. Okay one thing to say actually probably kind of a few things to say about the horrific and very tragic suicide of Anthony. Bourdain Kate Spade. I am so sad for them. Their families their kids everyone who loves them. The trend of increasing suicides especially in this country is really troubling. And they're all kinds of different explanations for it and it's always interesting as Christians to watch a non Christian world grapple with questions Anthony. Christians have had the answer to since Christ came to Earth. I've heard people say that it's mental health. I've heard people say that it's Loneliness Copycat Syndrome where you hear someone who committed suicide and you're kind of obsessed with it and so you follow through yourself. I think all of these things are part of it. I don't think they're completely misguided. I've I've even heard people say that political correctness and victimhood has something to do with it on that one. I just don't see the logical or scientific correlation personally but regardless ultimately all of these explanations are mostly grasping at straws. We know that the human heart is sick. It is desperately wicked. The Bible says there is a void in all of us that can only be filled by something bigger than ourselves. There is a longing in all of us to be attached to a greater purpose to have meaning beyond making money becoming famous being successful at work. Loneliness is a part of it. Tragedy can cause it purposeless. NECE does play a major ager role but the human heart will never be satisfied without knowing the love of the one who made it. And that's Jesus it as I've said before I know Oh there's plenty of people who are not Christians who are not depressed or suicidal and there are people who are Christians who are depressed or suicidal but but if all of us no matter what our religion is find ourselves this longing for something bigger something transcended this feeling of being fully accepted. Fully holy known fully loves to play a part in the grand story of history. Shouldn't that tell us something if we all have a longing for something greater peter. Doesn't that point to the fact that there is something greater. I mean it's like that. Cs Lewis quote if we find ourselves longing for something beyond this world. That means that there is is something beyond this world and that's a paraphrase. If there was nothing more than this life than you would think that the people who have gotten the most out of life kate spade at Anthony Bourdain would be the happiest people in the world. Why is it that the rich and famous or so consistently dissatisfied because they've tasted all the world can offer and they still no? It's not enough. They've gotten to the peak of life. They've looked around and they've said this is it it. This is all we've got in the answer. We Christians no is no. It's not it that's the whole point of this life that this is he's not it. The point is Jesus the maker in satisfy of our souls the only one who sees her innermost beans and can set it free. Jesus is the Only religious figure in all of history who instead of saying okay. Here's how you get to God. He said No. I am coming down to so you. Do you know any other faith in the world. That's actually predicated on human weakness rather than human strength that emphasizes what humans can a not do rather than what they can. Do you know another religion whose most famous missionaries and Adherence as written about in the Bible are quite as messed up eh rag tag in his unexpected as ours are do you know. Another religion that celebrates human frailty that offers an eternal solution to everything everything. The heart longs for that offers peace purpose fulfillment community healing hope. Jesus is the cure for the sickness of the soul. Jesus he says is the final answer to all of it now. This is not to say that we should reject modern medicine. This is not to say that there are no practical solutions to depression. Like being more involved in in your community staying in touch with your family but it is to say that ultimately not a single one us will ever be satisfied or saved without knowing Christ. Okay one final thing. That doesn't have to do with any of this. This is just random. Something I've Agra notice and have the big about lately. This is a thing I just don't get which like I said has been in India section of my podcast in the bat in the past but today it's actually just something that annoys me that I think we can all get better at including myself so there's this trend these days. I think promulgated by celebrities in songs and just pop culture in general in. That's this trend of blocking out the haters it goes along with the trend of loving yourself and being super self-confident. I think that's good to some degree. You can't listen to all the stupid negatively that people throw your way especially on the the internet or else you will just be a puddle of insecurity all day. I knew that from first hand experience. You can't but I do worry that people use this this phrase and uses mentality as an excuse to silence legitimate criticism newsflash not everyone who disagrees with you as a hater and in some criticism actually needs to be listened to so have discernment to know the difference between ignorant hate on the Internet in real actual feedback that you might. We need to take in. You might need to listen to might need to apply to your life. I also know first hand. That is very difficult to do..
"dr christopher" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Hey guys it's Allie CRTV relatable where I am every Wednesday. I hope that y'all are having a great week. I'm super excited about today's podcast. Ask you guys are going to hear me. Interviewed Dr Christopher John Who is a Christian scholar Teacher Speaker and author who was previously a practicing gay men as as well as a convicted drug dealer and needless to say his journey to Christ is it extremely powerful testimony. So you're not only going to hear his story but he is going to give us insight into what the Bible truly says about homosexuality how the church is dealing with homosexuality and how we as Christians. Christians can minister to are homosexual friends. You guys have been asking me a lot about this particular subject but I thought it would be better that you could hear someone who has firsthand first hand experience and that's who is a very compassionate empathetic biblical take on sexuality. So I'm so excited for you to hear that and then after that. This is kind of a along podcast After that I'm going to briefly touch on North Korea. What I think about Al everything? That's been happening. The suicides of Kate Spade in Anthony Bourdain and then the thing that I just don't get which is a section that I sometimes put it in my podcast. I haven't done that one in a while. Like I said this is going to be a little bit of a longer podcast so you are welcome to those of you who have asked for a longer format. I am sorry to those of you. who only want like a thirty minute? podcast you can listen to this this injunction last year all week. Okay here we go with the interview with Dr Christopher Christopher. Thank you so much for joining me if you could first. It's tell us who you are and what you sure. My Name's Christopher Yuan and I speak on the topic of faith in sexually simply simply on homosexuality on reaching the gay community. How do we minister better on this topic and especially how do we help? Those who are Christian and yet experiences crashes while that is a really big and really relevant and very hot topic right now especially especially with all the changes in the church and changes really in the sexual and moral revolution that we seem to be happening having right now. How did you get into a specific niche of theology in Christianity? What was kind of like not by choice? That's the way God works is a lot of. It is actually sleep through my own personal experience. I wasn't raised in Chris In a Christian home my parents raised me very traditional chain Chinese values the noticed I'm Chinese and my parents immigrated here. From Taiwan they were born in China raised in Taiwan. They came here to the. US register will and you know as a Chinese American. We have strong family values kind of void of of really any faith at all. Didn't own a Bible but I didn't secret that hit the rightful college. Human the Marine Corps reserves. I in it went to school in my early twenties and he was there that I finally came amount of closet began living on the as a gay man so I decided to go home but the new parents and I told them I'm gay Kind of being your typical Asian mother One of the control situation of you ever heard of a Tiger Balm coach control the situation in game ultimatums. You said you must choose the family or Zap Infamy as want choice this is who I am. That's what the world told me than this is telling us. Now you're sixty dollars. You are not bought that right so I told them this. This is not a choice. This is who I am and I and I thought well if you can't accept me I have no other choice but to leave left home. Devastated my mom. And it's amazing. How God used crisis prices in our lives to turn to him right Searching for God turn turn to begin pursue that crisis. Wow and when did jail you realize that you were gay and in. What was that initial process like? Well you know I was about nine years old when I I realized I had these attractions. I actually can cost for non At that time when nine at a friend's house of all things you know trusted friends run's House that my parents needs to wasn't like one of my friends he was actually my parents friends and It was then that I realized that I had these desires. I didn't know what to do with it. I just I could Tony. I was afraid to let me tell you. This is back in the seventies right so I just kept you. Didn't I really didn't tell anyone. And then then as you grew up you kind of realized okay. This is the lifestyle that I am going to live like. You said that's who I am. And how did you decide. Okay I'm going going to tell my parents no matter what it costs me. And this is the path that I'm going to take. was that really difficult. Yeah be me so after realizing so I kind of nuance a little bit about identifying as gay. I realized that I had these desires. And there wasn't into my twenties that I that Komo vicious. Ym And you know it was your difficult coming to to grasp with all these things and it wasn't until later later on that I realize this isn't going away and I didn't have any framework to think through these things. That's why we have all these questions. Well someone has these these desires for as long as they remember they choose them and this is why it's important that we we I often tell Mrs in my next book coming up. I said Human Human Sexuality Camping understood apart from the illogical anthropology and I know that sounds really big but what that really means is simply that were created in image of God and of course. That's good we have valued dignity so that means that we shouldn't demean anyone. We should you every person I mean. Even the the worst criminal is created in God's image but the second part is important is that emissions disorders Criminal even though he had that image he has a signature and the reality is we all all have that sin nature when I realized now that that helps me to think through. Not only you know all my behaviors and thoughts. That really helps me to understand my sexuality but at the time when you came out to your parents like you said you had no biblical framework through which the you're analyzing this so you we're thinking about a sin nature. Tell me about those first few years after you decided to leave home and live openly as a gay man what that was like like yeah I I was in dental school so I was in my twenties and I just did. What most people in their twenty year olds do when they don't know Christ and that was half on enjoy life and I partied I. I would go out with my friends. I just happened that the school was about three blocks away from the gay clubs and I went there every weekend and to be honest I made some of the greatest friends there. These people in the gay community My Gay friends are some of the most loving Nice people and not enough. Oh I get really frustrated when we treat all people in the gay community like the Gay activists the angry gay act that hate us and or that if at that have you sometimes reciprocal emotionally. But we need to realize that actually a majority of gays lesbians are not like that and these were just really wonderful people that just a pride with when I cried have fun laugh when I laugh and they were just really could could dear friends of mine and they accepted me and I think sometimes That that feeling of acceptance and belonging Should be coming from the body body of Christ and I think sometimes we have some things to learn from From the gay community accepted me I was going out to the gay clubs. Unfortunately unfortunately at the club started doing drugs which men I'd have to pay for my habits somehow support dental student so I did that by selling drugs. I sold the French classmates even minute. Professor eventually actually was extolled dental school just three months before I was received my doctorate by then moved to Atlanta Georgia and I kept doing what I do how to the best to sell drugs and my parents really had no clue that was doing drugs but they knew by biggest need was no Jesus Christ as my Lord Savior so the tragedy reach out to me. I wanted nothing to do with it. I came to visit me one time. I told him to get out and my dad before he left gaming his responsible title they left it on kitchen counter and not doing the trash can with which is really shows how much I hated. God I hated the religion I wanted. Doc Do with the Bible into really obvious after that visit. My parents knew that I was totally hopeless completely unreachable and tell me what changes easy thing was that Ad. They didn't focus upon that hopelessness. oftentimes parents. And I don't blame them. It's just links. You're kidding worse. And worse and worse with their kids their prodigal whatever it is and it's so easy to give up on hope and and I I just praise the Lord of that. God is not hopelessness pope. They clung to that hope. And even with the just is getting worse and they enlisted over hundred prioritized from their church from the Bison Fellowship Group and they my mother began to pray which was God do? Whatever tastes is scary prayer another mate but she was desperate sprinter desperation? She fasted every Monday for seven years as thirty nine days on my washy new. Take nothing short of a miracle when she said our Jennifer closet and she was gonNA take a miracle. So tell me what happened. How did those prayers manifest itself in your life? Well you know it's a scary rare for mother. Brady whatever it takes. oftentimes we will pray. God whatever takes but we have that but right Brian what we add our little caveat. You know Keep my loved ones a keep them. You know office DRI Prison but you know what it it might be in sometimes especially those extreme cases it probably does Nin Navy being homeless or put in prison to get our attention through the Bible. How many times God used risen to a to awaken to get someone's attention or to really sharp didn't grow someone I mean it's it's just amazing and so my mom was? She was scared but she just said I don't know God but whatever and God answered with a Bang on later opened up my door on the front doorstep or Twelve Federal Road Enforcement Agents Jabber dogs so I found myself us up in jail. I call home. You know. That's not last place you WANNA call and you know I I was expecting my parents like the old.
Deputy died from friendly fire in California mass shooting, police say
"Fire Ventura County sheriff's sergeant Ron helix we shot six times five for the bullets came from the suspects, gone Ventura County medical examiner. Dr Christopher young says those wounds were survivable it was a six bullet came from the gun of accounta- -fornia highway patrol officer who was with Healy's shooting at this suspect this bullet struck sergeant hilas in the chest and struck his heart. Ultimately, he says it was that bullet that killed. He lists the sheriff in Ventura County saying he lives we shot during a
"dr christopher" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"CBS? The things that they're not supposed to. So I think that this is a pretty important topic to talk about. So if you had any bad experiences with your Petithomme, your money, personally, not really so many most of the time, you know, he's especially when someone's not home. He's housed in his cage that has plenty of room for him to kinda get around and move around. And when we're at home, you know, sometimes get some free time, but it's always supervised. So he never has times necessarily get into things. But just knowing what he does things like loose wires or the other pets in my household because I do have two dogs in the house. There's definitely a lot of potential potential problems that can arise. Let's talk a little more detail about those potential problems. I know that we see this in practice all the time loose wires. That's a really good one. I mean, these are really really oral Dr Britain. Recently, do I've had personal experience with wires with a couple rabbit that I used to have long ago and ended up having to wires even in the back of the TV area. Where you just don't expect your pet to be able to get to those are areas that they like to go explorer. It may be a little bit warm quiet darkened area that they may want to go look into and yet there those dangers of those wires being there. So these guys can easily chew through wires in when they chew on them, especially if they're plugged in. They can give them an electric shock, and that can be a significant danger for an animal, whether it's a rabbit or a rat. You name it not only ingesting that material could become a problem. But also the shock itself if it is plugged in that can potentially be life threatening for the animal that shot can kind of attack their heart and their lungs and caused some dysfunction there, and they can start having breathing problems. So. So definitely something to be aware of. And and the good thing is is that there are things that we can do to help prevent them for getting to those areas in the first place. So there is almost like a protective plastic that you can put over all of your wires. And just make sure that the animal can't get to them that way, not only they're all picked up an organized, but protected from the animal itself, and those are things that you can purchase from anything from like a electron store that's near you or or just a general store out to be able to collect those wires and protect them from from your little pets teeth. That's what we do see mouth burns horrible electrocution and one of the things we don't think about with wires, as you mentioned when they ingest them is a lot of those waters have heavy metal in them like zinc and copper, and when those are ingested in the year, slowly digested in these animals, gastrointestinal tracts, we system serious signs. I mean, neurologic signs gastrointestinal problems. They can even be fatal. So those maybe things that are happening behind. The couch that you don't know about. But you gotta be really really careful. I think we're going to take a break for just a second to hear from our sponsors. But we are here at the exotic pet vet show with Dr Christopher Britain. And Dr Marino, and I've got Laurie has and today we're talking about household.
Treating sleep apnea may improve stroke outcomes
"Street left. Untreated obstructive sleep apnea can lead to high blood pressure and irregular heartbeat even heart attack and stroke, for whatever reason either a structural problem of the airway from lack of proper bony development, or perhaps an excess of soft tissue or fat the airway at night will collapse. So when you're particularly lying on your back, and you you're relaxing, you're sleeping. Well, unfortunately, your tongue in your soft palatal. Tissues can go backwards and obstruct the airway common treatments include CPAP machines and oral devices, but when those don't work, Dr Christopher says surgery may be an option are ENT physicians frequently will do soft tissue surgeries in our specialty. We tend to do bony surgeries. And it all depends on where the problem is. And what the structural abnormality? Really is. He says the surgery to move the facial bones forward has about a ninety percent cure rate. For more information talk