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"dr gunn" Discussed on The Super Human Life
"As always. I'm your host. Frank rich and guys i got to tell you. We are stepping up to gain here at the supreme in life. You know we're at episode. Ninety six know it's hard to believe almost at one hundred episodes. How many have been with us since the beginning. How many of you are new here for those guys. That are new to the show guys. Let me tell you what we all ab- about here. This is the superman life. And we're the only podcast in the world that is dedicated to helping men break free from the shackles porn addiction through the power of faith and fitness. And we're really about helping you guys out there step into that life that you were created live. We do that by bringing on experts Bringing doctors researchers like today's guests guys. We're diving deep into gut health and the role that the gut plays in our mental health. The goal that our gut plays and the development of our bodies the role that the gut plays may be fighting off kobe. Nineteen we're gonna get into a little bit of a news here with what's going on in the world you know we're we're we're obviously eighteen months into this thing. It's been a crazy world not to go the political out with discussing this. We're gonna keep it purely scientific. He knows hippocrates or hypocrites Probably butchered that name there but for those guys that are out there Familiar with You know some of the philosophers from greek greek greek loss from twenty five hundred years you know he. Coined a phrase. All disease begins in the gut. So we're diving deep into that would one of the world's leading researchers on good health literally one of the greatest minds the most brilliant minds experts in the field I have with me today. None other than dr mahmoud ghanem doctor mahmoud ghanem is one of the world's leading microbiome researchers and he's also the scientists that has been credited with coining the term microbiome. So we had the microbiome in the go by him. Which is our bodies fungal community dr ghanem lectures at many institutions globally including the nasa national institute of health on the microbiome in his breakthrough research on probiotics. Now he's published over four hundred papers. Four hundred research papers guys. Anything that that know the work that goes into getting one. Research paper published This gentleman dr gunn has published over four hundred and has work has been cited over twenty thousand times by other scientists in his field now over twenty five years. Dr ghanem has been funded by the nih. That's the national institute of health. Who.
"dr gunn" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Those lakes so when we first made our way up there We looked around and we found one of the news that we had known stored up there. It was about a thirty year old canoe and we managed to locate it and from there. We were able to port. Taj dodig canoe around all the lakes in the chain and worth from the canoe up their thirty year. Old canoe edition was on. It was too bad honestly There was a whole another can you. We have found in another part of the park that one leaked pretty good. It had some remarks to marks on it. We duct tape that one really good and we used it seats but other than that they floated. So were these canoes. They were left there since. Dr gunn was up. Just the scientists left him knowing that people would be coming in the future yes other field crews over the years. I'm sure several feel crews have used them. I'm pretty sure that the canoes brought up in the nineties. So it could have been. Dr gunn's crew could have been another crew but any karoo that was working in killarney I'm sure would have had the opportunity to use those canoes if if they could find them now if you have a chain of lakes sounds like you have to do a lot of poor taj as well we did. We.
"dr gunn" Discussed on Powerful Patient
"Don't do it and they just send the samples to some other place do them. And so our institution of it samples from all over san for dr gunn to look for delta grain stores disease and as part of our coagulation profile. We look at that..
"dr gunn" Discussed on Never Seen It
"What did you bring in to clockwork orange. So what didn't you going without spoiling your script. Right yeah so what i knew going in. Was that like mace. Mostly like the stuff. You'd see like in dorm room posters. So like i knew like bunch of guys. White suits with like suspenders. New jim belushi was in it. Yeah he's drink drinking out of that guy smashes guitar. You knew eight women with pink. Floyd album arts painted on their backs were in college. Like dorm. Posters sales they would have in collishaw. Got just the ridiculous things you would put on your wall in the desperate hope of losing your virginity jazz in front. Hey into high in the reservoir dogs be here. Why i lose my they comfort me and as i think i had white stripes poster and mine. Well that's not gonna watch our after good you're still there was But then i had a godfather post to research just him when the cat like it was like who is that for right. That's almost like you wanna watch guard. Not at all yeah. It's really long kind of you. Knew like the the college sort of like a conception of like not just the posters but the type of guy that had those posters right. I knew i knew like the phrase like like let's go do some violence or whatever like it's time for violence. I knew violence and crime. We're like a huge part of it. Sounds like if you put a song for milan through a translator. Three or four talk. Let's go do some by now. it's so pretty much. I just knew violence white outfits group of guys and then the scene whereas is being held open in there watching stuff That damages is y- in real life scraping. i feel. I feel no regrets for what i've done to this film. Wow was it was it. Current or ancient cornea that owns his anxious. Corneas ain't back. Then they're more vertical. I'm all for this because it also means now you can't cut the earlier corn cut. It never fucking joke. We've just cemented corn comedies. Place in the floor. Oh boy all right. Let's go ahead. Cast this up so so yeah sort of like just the zeitgeist of more the fandom than the actual plot of the movie definitely more just i was aware of. It's like it's cultural footprint. More than anything else. So let me pull it up here and if you want to cast it as we go you can also do that. We don't have to ensure. I i will do stage directions. And then i think there's like one incidental guy who i will voice and then Mike do you want to be crime. I'll be another two incidental guys. Do you want to be lord. Crime would love to be lord crime. Louis wanna be jeff. Yes they're both important characters and jeff and crime man right very tough guys. Do you wanna play. Dr gunn hands. You wanna play i. You order is hands sokaia eric. Garner is a character called guy who basis what he wants to know about characters off the one time he didn't get to play. Dr gunn hands his hands. Tell me up top man. What what does this guy have for hands. You gotta hands it to you. Do i've percents. You can't say now because of twenty one jump street. Ooh writing down that. We haven't got to the script yet in thirty two minutes. There's a crucial corn bid about midway exterior the city night. It's a late night in the big city. The city is dark and full of crime. There big crimes like murder happening everywhere. Even some little crimes are happening. It's clear to anyone who dares noticed that this is a world where crime has one on a cd street corner. We see jeff mid twenties all white outfit weird bowler hand and his four unnamed friends. They're all dressed just like white shirts white pants and a number of different stupid..
"dr gunn" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
"Mr reese. Our you'd and not minimum more nervous. Boop boop board is very obs- upset with you right right albert presume your position too much. But you're not wrong yes. The board is currently unhappy with some of my decisions but they lag vision today. We're going to show them the truth. You brought the devices correct. Albert nods quickly. Slight raises up the satchel. He has slung across his shoulders. Es mysteries right right here. Excellent albert thank you not be quiet when not to distribute the devices. The pair of urthani reached the glass door to the conference. Room can step in. As the board members look up with a mixture of uncomfortable anxiety irradiated anger kayan merely smiles at the group of executives and takes his time walking to the head of the table and setting his father down after taking excruciatingly long drink of the provided water. He finally speaks to the assembled board. Good afternoon distinguished colleagues. You've called this meeting today. And i can only assume that it is because there's some dissent about some of the proposals and decisions that i have made. I prepare to address all your issues today. And i assure you that by the end of this meeting you all be feeling much more at ease with the vision. I have for this company. Cut the bullshit. Reese did you really think that you could just push these things through on water. Forty do you have to make these decisions. This mustache thick practically spray. Spit through his ire as he continues reading from a list on a data pat in his hand. I you have this ridiculous idea of opening a private corporate retreat to the public and authorized construction there without our approval. Then you decided to shift. Our resources being used for weapon designed to some new social media app not to mention the reports. We've been getting about some of the experiments. You're running in your labs well dressed. Human woman holds her hand up. Silencing the blistering for donnie and speaks to on in a gentle gentle measured tone k. On i have known you for years how you manage to keep all these things hidden from us for so long is beyond me but what is more disturbing is why we have always had a friendly relationship and what i had always thought is a mutual. Trust i all the secrecy. What is possessing you to do some of these horrible experience that i'm hearing about the rest of the board members not in agreement as they looked kayla. Kristen i do value our relationship greatly bob. I've never liked you. But that's no secret however i respect this board and i truly want nothing but greatness for eclipse innovations sometimes dreams and visions take time to cultivate to bloom to cast their shadows. I did these things without your knowledge because frankly you have entrusted me with the management of eclipse innovations. And i understood that to me that i could operate without this micromanagement. Bob opens his mouth to speak again but kristen shakes her head in gesture for chaotic continue. I have discovered the answer to a problem. That eclipse innovations has long been trying to discover. Bob you speak a secrets yet. You have some of your own. No i happen to know that you're at the head of project. Pain back during the swarm more k. on pauses for a moment to enjoy the look of shock and guilt that creeps over. Bob's face how. How never mind how. Bob i know. What is important is that i completed what you couldn't rather have given a great scientist. The means to complete for work where you pulled the plug. I assume the name. Dr donna got rings. A bell bob. Bob goes starkly pale. All anger replaced with fear and dismay. I think that officially according to records that the good doctor was declared dead by you come with good tidings she is not dead she is very much alive and she's been working for a long long time. The answers to the problem paying that have eluded us for so long on now directly in our grasp the new app the experiments the resort these are the tools and staging grounds for the greatest advancement and intelligence. Life's relationship with pain this technology if it works will change the face of medicine war the very paradigm of how we perceive pain. Kristen's hands drift to her mouth as she covers him and shock the rest of the board silenced with these revelations. I'm in communications with dr though. She is currently trapped in a space where she could not be hit today. But i end to change that after all a clips innovation oeser at least that right considering that we sent her to a rock to study this technology in an abandoned her as soon as things went sour shirley. No one here would argue that. It isn't our solemn duty and obligation to help the good doctor k on. what are you doing. Dr gunn did die in a massive implosion of her own making it that lab. At least thirty people died in that incident and it was discovered that it was because her hubris that the experiment failed so terribly. If you are talking to dr gone then you're either insane or talking to a spirit. In either case we must cease this immediately. This is dangerous his pleading now not to k on but to the rest of the board sheer terror on his face but k. On had expected this just waves his hand toward albert reece's new assistant hastily jumps up from the small chair in the corner and begins walking around the table distributing a brand new eclipse innovations communication device to each of the executives. I understand that this is a lot to take in right now. truly i do. The great truths often take great amount of pain before one can fully grasp. I ask that if you've ever trusted being before that you give me one more benefit of the doubt if you would please turn on the phones. I have provided each of you. All the board members. Pick up their phones turn them on even if somewhat hesitantly at the same time caled smiles and the lights dim in the room. Tendrils shadow begin to reach out of the phones immediately wrapping their smokey forms around the executives arms. A few screen others become giddy while the rest simply become entranced by the dancing shadows on their screens. Albert jumps on the table. Even as his skin peels away from his bone revealing bone and flesh beneath sewn together in patches eventually his fourth on the exterior completely. Sloss away revealing a strack. This has the look of a small child without skin and shadow extends out an aura across the board..
"dr gunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"He was sound asleep in my bed. Item eleven four dollars sixteen cents one long distance. Phone call to a baltimore clinic where i spoke with dr franz bueller mula confirm what forbes. It's it was doomed with an incurable ailments. Item twelve twenty cents another phone. Call this one from the hotel lobby to the coroner's office. I learned that shepherd of and killed by thirty two caliber slugs forbes ghana. Thirty two had not been fired or hastily clean. His story was checking out. They've left just one small item to be cleared up expensive item. Thirteen four dollars taxi fare from my hotel back to the oakdale home special rates for nurses. I thought you'd be back to see me. You mr dollar go ahead. It's an old story terribly. Old and corny. I applied for a job is to shepherds nurse five years ago and i fell in love with him that very day. I've loved him every day from that time on. I've us go on. I don't know when it was when he started up with mrs forbes. I knew she was trying to get a divorce. I knew mr forbes wouldn't stand for then one day last week i guess it was. I heard dr talking to her on the phone. He said there's a way to get rid of him. I knew he was talking about getting rid of mr forbes so they discussed the part about shepherd forced to threaten his life in front of witnesses so he could shoot him down when the time came. I didn't know that until yesterday morning. Talk show it seems you came to see dr and then you left. I overheard him on the phone again. Called up mr forbes and said mr dollar was coming over to talk about the divorce action forbes would be upset enough to attack me. Doctor was very good about anticipating what people would do in given situations even. I was in the office when mr forbes call last night i saw. Dr gunn is cope. I knew it was going down to meet mr forbes and shooting so i followed him he was walking around in the dark looking for mr forbes with a gun in his hand up to him and pleaded with him not to be crazy and mrs forbes wasn't worth it and he said he was gonna kill me to we struggled and went off. I don't know how many times i can help you. You didn't mean to kill him. He meant to shoot. You'll when all these other details come out the most they can charge you with a second degree justifiable manslaughter. Nice that i can't get off. I guess the police haven't found yet win.
"dr gunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Item. Twelve twenty cents another phone. Call this one from the hotel lobby to the coroner's office. I learned that shepherd have been killed by thirty. Two caliber selects forbes ghana. Thirty two had not been fired or hastily clean. His story was checking out that left. Just one small item to be cleared up expense account items thirteen four dollars taxi fare from my hotel back to the oakdale home special rates for nurses. I thought you'd be back to see me. Latitude you mr dollar go ahead. It's an old story terribly old and corny. I applied for a job as dr shepherds nurse five years ago when i fell in love with him that very day. I've loved him every day from that time i've years go on. I don't know when it was when he started up with mrs forbes. I knew she was trying to get a divorce. I knew mr forbes wouldn't stand for then one day last week i guess it was. I heard dr talking to her on the phone. He said there's a way to get rid of him. I knew he was talking about getting rid of mr four so they discussed the part about chevron getting forbes to threaten his life in front of witnesses so he could shoot him down on the time came. Now i didn't know that until yesterday morning all go. It seems you came to see dr and then you left. I overheard him on the phone again. Called up mr forbes and said mr dollar was coming over to talk about the divorce action before would be upset enough to attack me. Doctor was very good about anticipating what people would do in given situations even me. I was in the office when mr forbes call last night i saw dr gunn. It's co. i knew it was going down. Do meet mr forbes and shooting. So i followed him. He was walking around in the dark looking for mr forbes with a gun in his hand up to and pleaded with him not to be crazy. Mrs forbes wasn't worth it and he said he was going to kill me to we struggled can win off. I don't know how many times i can help you. You didn't mean to kill him. He meant to shoot your on all these other details. Come out the most. They can charge you with a second degree. Justifiable or manslaughter. Nice i can't get off. I guess the police haven't found yet. I went over.
"dr gunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Was sound asleep in my bed. Item eleven four dollars sixteen cents one long distance. Phone call to a baltimore clinic where i spoke with the doctor. Franz bueller doctor confirmed what forbes at set forbes was doomed with an incurable ailments item. Twelve twenty cents another phone. Call this one from the hotel lobby to the coroner's office. I learned that shepherded killed by thirty two caliber selects forbes ghana thirty two had not been fired or hastily clean. His story was checking out. They've left just one small item to be cleared up expense account item. Thirteen four dollars. Taxi fare from my hotel back to the oakdale home special rates for nurses how. I thought you'd be back to see me. Latitude mr dollar go ahead. It's an old story terribly old and corny. I applied for a job as dr shepherds nurse. Five years ago and i fell in love with him. That very day is loved him every day. From that time on. I've years go on. I don't know when it was when you started up with mrs forbes. I knew she was trying to get a divorce. I knew mr forbes wooden stand for then one day last week. I guess it was. I heard dr talking to her on the phone. He said there's a way to get rid of him. I knew he was talking about getting rid of mr four. So they discussed the part about shepherd getting folks to threaten his life in front of witnesses so he could shoot him down when the time came now. I didn't know that until yesterday morning all ago. It seems you came to see dr and then you left. I overheard him on the phone again. Called up mr forbes and said mr dollar was coming over to talk about the divorce action forbes would be upset enough to attack me. It was very good about anticipating what people would do in given situations even me. I was in the office when mr forbes call last night i saw dr gunn his cope. I knew it was going down. Do meet mr forbes and shoot him so. I followed him. He was walking around in the dark looking for mr forbes with a gun in his hand. Iran woman pleaded with him how to be crazy and mrs forbes wasn't worth it and he said he was gonna kill me to we. Struggled come went off. I don't know how many times i can help you. You didn't mean to kill him. He meant to shoot your on all these other details. Come out the most they can charge you with a second degree justifiable or mesler nice. I can't get off. I guess the police haven't found a yet. I went.
"dr gunn" Discussed on The Not So Late Show With Jason Monteclar
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"dr gunn" Discussed on The Dr. Gundry Podcast
"Have to create a mechanism by which four profit companies and the public sector would together to do that. Otherwise, we'll have the standard that we have right now. So is there any hope? There is some. And Hoop comes from incentivizing medium to small biotech companies that are not as big as some of these giant. Billion dollar companies to come of it maybe one drug and being able to market it and take it to the level where it becomes attractive. an aide in the US. Wellcome trust in UK and a few other agencies have partnered together to create this consortium one of them's called. That is incentivizing Sort of small and medium biotech companies who have demonstrated early success who take them because that's called the value of debt. So to speak, you have early success but not commercialization and few people are interested in investing in that value debt because great idea good paper good publications. But to take it through through the boring and laborious process clinical trials, you have very few investors and didn't want to bridge that gap there and the incentivize by saying look. We don't want any equity in this you will. Maintain the equity Vitas won't help you because this should be a public. So there's hoping that the other dimension of hope which I think is absolutely important. Is the fact that more people including many of your listeners. Ville start asking these questions and thinking about behavior change and thinking twice before the tell their primary care physician and the story that you told about the neighboring physician prescribing hence all patients going through him or her is absolutely I've heard that I I can't even count anymore how many times I've heard that so data fairness is important, and then of course, the fact is that we need better diagnostics, sir? Vich, allow people to make a decision on how an antibiotic to use as opposed to giving broad spectrum antibiotics that are one size fits all, but that size doesn't fit anything. Yeah. That's a great point. And some of that technology already exists. Yeah it's just not utilized very much because. Again it's just so much more convenient to say here you know here's your prescription. Absolutely, and we've seen that that that that doesn't help anyone sitting doesn't help the patient, but it doesn't help the community or loved ones doesn't help the kids in that founding doesn't help the elderly neighbor. They have. All right before I let you go. What's exciting in bacterial science that get you up in the morning Well. There's a lot of things that are exciting I think. Fundamental curiosity of how bacteria have been doing this for. FOUR MILLION YEARS OF FORTY THIRTY BILLION THE ALIEN IS THIS is absolutely fascinating but I think my excitement. From the fact that as we know and understand more and more about bacteria build realized that bacteria are not this little tiny bug that lives in its own wool. Its modified and and. It's part of our community and our behavior individual and collective is. The bacterial behavior that is affecting arbiter and that to me is a tremendously humbling. Moment and I think as as the all should know looking at covert humidity is both in short supply and absolutely needed. So I think. That sense of humility and how we're all connected is important. One of the biggest lessons for me Dr Gunn Rewards to appreciate the signs is part of the solution but not all of the solution, Human Behavior Economics Policy research in ethics, sociology, conflict, and war. All of these things are interconnected in myriad ways that allow us to really be a better person, a better scientist, better researcher and ultimately people who would be able to help others in sort of combating and mitral resistance I remain optimistic that been may be shrinking. But that that we can do, we can change things for the better. However, that would mean. Doing the hardest thing. Possible. That is behavior change. That's true and that's Kind of what I, what I do is try to change my patients behavior and you're right. It's hard. But that's why we're doing all this. That's why we're doing all of this. All right. Well, actually mine it's been a pleasure having you on the show today. People. Find more about you obviously can get the book wherever books are sold absolutely favorable are sold this May. Be Sort of my own personal feeling but I am a strong supporter of going local. So if your local neighborhood bookstore is open. If they don't have it, they can order it. Then are real people are neighbors work in those bookstores and you know the best part about local bookstores is that you can have a conversation about the book, but the bookseller and who knows what may come out of that. So if you can go local, please do yeah I absolutely agree I've we've actually got a bookstore that has been allowed open and we're in they're buying books so. That's excellent. All right. Well, thanks again for for being on. This is fascinating I know our listeners are gonNA love this so Good luck with the book and go go find some killers of bad bugs. Would you? Thank. You and your listeners will get a chance to reflect on this and I would love to hear from them through your advice. Thank you so much. Very good. Thanks a lot. Thank you. All right. So now it's time for the audience. Question. See Schilling from instagram. Yeah. I just had a surgery for the removal of some stones and was on antibiotics for a long time. Why appropriate question? How do I detox all the antibiotics and what probiotics do you recommend l.? Okay so you don't. You don't detox from antibiotics. They are not toxic in any way to human cells, but they are obviously designed to kill or at least maim bacteria. and. Sometimes, just like we went on this program, bacteria have different resistance to being killed and the point of all this is that many times unfortunately. What were infected with now is resistant to the first round of antibiotics sometimes the second round of antibiotics and we have to kind of. Get stronger and stronger antibiotics to have an effect. So those antibiotics we've unfortunately learned also kill off the microbiome particularly if you were put on aural antibiotics now, we're pretty convinced that IV antibiotics through your veins are not going to have the same effect. On Your Gut microbiome as swallowing these antibiotics. So that's number one. So if you've got IV antibiotics, you don't have to worry as much about the long term effects. What the long term effects of Orleans -biotics are is we had no idea that these antibiotics not only killed all the bad bugs but killed a lot of our good bugs, the probiotics. Now. The problem is there are some studies that show a single five to seven day course of antibiotics may wipe out your entire microbiome or most of it for up to two years after that dose of oral antibiotics two years. Now people go well, I'll just take some probiotics which are friendly bacteria and I'll get all my. Bugs back. That's like saying. We recently had forest fires here in southern California that unfortunately destroyed a lot of our homes. Including mine. But if we went out after that fire and the forest burn down and we planted little pine trees. Are Forest would not be back for twenty maybe thirty years a complete ecosystem of floors of a forest, and it's actually quite naive to think that we can swallow maybe twenty different strains of probiotics and expect that we would have ten thousand different strains of probiotics growing in our got..
"dr gunn" Discussed on Talk with Oliver
"Yeah fucking crazy. L. Problems comes from food literally. It is crazy man. I think he's on. Why do you think could a question for you? What do you think we consume these foods if they are basically slowly killing us and give or giving us all these problems. What do you think people still ate them? People in life on the pendant their independent work for Somebody Work Yourself. You follow you lay. There's no in between you cannot be both. You were not want to depend on somebody if you are independent and if you if you are not independent then you have to depend on the why you don't fucking do people follow whatever else follows. And if everyone's following the news companies advertisements. Their friends school parents cousins. Aunts nephews of disliked last seventy years. You'RE GONNA follow. That's just if all the animals migrate. Bear. You've migrate. We wait here and you die. If you don't migrate you'RE GONNA find any food that you're going to die so people just follow and then questioning why they're following and so that's why everyone's following all this die and stuff because yes so western. Culture will basically following the leader to our death. Yes we are following. Colonel was co cassie Guy. We following Colonel fucking talk them. Run my to our death and he's not to follow me go for an enjoyment to data's your fucking problem rally and or Indian Chinese people that's following like the dishes of just ways of eating like. Why do the Chinese eat white rice because they know that the whole is the most elections French white bread? They don't need bread because electons and pastor Italians. They don't need Brown Pasta lecture. Why is it every fucking American? English PERSON SUDDENLY STARTS TO EAT. Hill is because it got lost in translation of Warwick a whole lot in the first place. You know what I mean. There's different types of Fiber K. There's good and bad fiber and behold has fiber but it's the wrong type of fiber hence why ingrains and everyone's got fucking problems because one person didn't at the scientific analysis of why would these people and say Africa. It got good diet where they've got fiber but there was two types of fiber so he comes back to a lot westworld and says you need to five but because because while these people have good digestive system so we will start eating whole grain because it's fiber wrong fiber. It's the same as you types of milk there's like kerosene kerosene be in cow. Milk is good for you. Not The air and the other one's really bad for you and again. We will this milk of the wrong kind of think school carotene or something to keep me but so we're in the milk again so again it's just like we've North went through north close. But you fucking way off main going because you just following the pattern. Simple as that really. Yeah I think you're right. I think obviously in Western culture We have a lot more access to those foods right. Those those foods for what they electons electons before does Some sticky sugar molecule which sticks to you up blood and then when your blood level increases everything just becomes chaotic and it's just continuously trying to balance it up and if we're just constantly eating leptons then you blood sugars constantly raised then is just it's just fucking Ko Solit- she is just is fucking chaos. And then she said ninety five percent of the foods we eat have elections and your life of literally a few foods like olives not like for example not so good but I- almonds are not good because Allen's electing in select wild almonds almonds have elections in the skin of an hour and has left and tomato. That's why they succeed. That's where you know Italians they take the seeds out of the tomato because it has the most elections and Youtube. This guy this from him Dr Gunn Dri years ago. Kfc that fish why because these two years ago KFC chicken used to be I for chickens in cages. They are fed conned of like poetry. Like just that just fed like fish molecule like just grounded fish. What's you know what you you become? So if the chicken fish than the chicken sales thoughts gonNA become fish cells right so book to Gandhi twenty years ago to give kids KFC and he and the kids went this fish. Anyone we want about. It's chicken and then he looked the fish. They looked at the chicken and he realized thought it was translucent. Why was that translation because the chickens have always been fed like grounded up fish because it's just cheaper to give them fish as opposed to you and so the fish? The chicken was becoming the cell of a fish. So you all you all you eat basically. Imet healthy olives and nuts. My Body can reproduce because it needs but if I'm me in grains and Kebab chicken and fucking. Oh bollocks your body's GonNa become via and that's not what we can't produce with that like you feed a plan fucking milk. It can't reproduce these water yeah the KFC chicken was translation because they were feeding it. Fish like grounded fish and then he went on this. Massive journey of why countries have populations that live very long versus those that. Don't why Western fat. Why Italy and Greece in these people healthy and on him on his Japan to get into this is fucking incredible and because of him. I started too fast only certain foods because he was putting an he looked so some of rhythm similar studies men. The money pange fire. It's the death is the death of humans literally the death man. What have you done any other sort of? Fostering so first idea is just stop. Fit Eating A and twelve okay. And you've been doing that for year is coming onto about a year. Yeah Amazing Yeah. You're a committed man I think that's a parent isn't it? Yeah temple costs every week since I met you That's a lot of work at that actually blows my mind so you your schedule when you send a photo of meals see what student dot launch. That's incredible anything. If you're not consistent then it doesn't. It doesn't materialize that you have to keep watering your plant taken. The weeds grow. Yeah and you look at it. Look at years and years and people get impatient and they figure growing and then they brought another seat and then that ends up dying before because you weren't watering nurse nurturing and then same thing up into that seed and it's just the same cycle you don't give it John's chart one hundred hundred percent man people give up so early you back. Screamed was pulled for the longest time. Can you say me? It's alright I've been looking at a pool for a long time anyway. Begin your persistence with this. Has Been Amazing. Yeah when I was growing up I was the most inconsistent. Patterson like my daughter was said. Great you'll gray. A boss Kit Boo. You're great at football you at Gardening Ballet. You grab music anything I did. I was the best because I just had the ability to the best of that but I was never consistent. It was a star Football Team Board Basketball Team Board team board. I was never consistent and then I realized my dad's Ri- are not consistent and I was just consistent for more than fucking five minutes because my adhd brain. I would be able to master anything. I'll be the greatest piano player singer and I never did that. And so twenty seven years later I am sticking to one thing and one thing only which is podcasting myself like I wanNA start selling arenas in student speaking of it you've got to have the big mindset at the same time you know so. I think that's important too. Yeah so you need to have like the. Oh you need to know whether you're going north South East or West but I wanted to like so get in a car and drive quicker and I'm like well if you get there the energy of you walking so as to take seven years so I have to. Just keep doing this. Podcast anything if you look at Sharon. He was doing pumps and cops seven years. Every single person made actors. They were doing small gigs seven years. Even though I know mine almost always yeah even have made in my mind and I could pretty much go on stage and sell out arenas right now speaking. I said after the physical work and I've really accept that I have no choice. Have to do the steps otherwise everybody does years time. Yeah everybody does man And it's the same thing the fast and you know people just don't stick to it Everyone thinks that when they see famous people that those people are Success because one minute you don't know them on the next minute that super famous but those people as you said have been grinding for years. Lots of them start acting when little kids you know have been acting their whole lives going to acting school that they've committed their whole lives to that and they become famous at twenty seven. You know what I mean. But you don't see all those years and all that time So get discouraged quickly because they dot something they don't get immediate feedback immediate response from their audience and the discouraged a leave those things that like you said man you plan to seed in all different places. Don't let any of them grow. Because you just moving around on the todd and I think that is where most people full When they're trying to achieve drains it's that they just bail out too early. You've just gotTA stick to it. You gotTa Keep Grinding. And it will eventually come into fruition. But it could take a year. It could take ten Twenty years but it will And I think that just gives people and so people obviously based decisions on emotion and the fear and so they start running exactly. They just see the person when they've made it. They didn't realize that that person has grafting fees like Steve Jobs in the I think he just went into the office one day and said we're going to cut the IPHONE now. He was credit unions fucking thing in his room for like years and years and years. He created the IPAD before the iphone launched the iphone. The IPAD like me took it takes time like Microsoft and all the hard work of getting selling computers. You never see the journey before you always see the end result. People think well if that person's got that and I can get that too and they start to do it and then it's like well. I don't know what to do because you realize what had to be done. And that's what I'm going to say you independent or dependent you even know how to get it yourself own you follow and you know everything. Online is teaching people how to get there like click funnel schemes shop a FI. You cheap fun. What clicks on Click on made some like a simple step by step process of how to do something so it's become a youtube in twenty eight days and there's video every day and then you pay six pounds but yeah so people people tell you how they got there. But you don't see like the semi derive well so I started into but you need the drive as well. Obviously you know like he can easily be told to get somewhere. But if you don't have to drive to implement one of your told done. Yeah that's why so many people like you can tell people what to do but she. She's not telling them they don't know what to do. They even a constant mental shape or they have the ability to instinctively. Know where to go. Like if you if you if you let loose out the house and you don't let him in and it will just go from finding food. It has the ability to survive and go. It needs to go. Um was these days. Everyone is the cat. We need to be federal the time and I truly believe that you know people will say is an entrepreneur. You born with their in the genes is it from birth and the answer is if you've not a seed in you Maccabi grandparent. A cousin and nephew neighbor. Who tells you this alternative life? An early stage exposed to enough where that seat has enough potential to grow You can't just like teach somebody something they have to have already walked inquisitive mindset. You know you teach always tell a student. He's got a question the answer but if you tell me everything he's not going to know where to start. And you're not GONNA do anything with it because you're not on that journey to that next stage is like the pyramid you have to go up. Block block and Yeah you yeah You've got Dina I was taught while is that true. Like are you born with it and I don't think necessarily boom with a I believe some people do believe some people on special in a certain way. Like if you think about like Bob Dylan all something you saw. It was like a musical genius in virtuous of in his teens. It's like okay..
All About Lectins and Other Fun Facts
"In is actually one of the major key inflammatory things so when people talk talk about Gluten Right Electon is actually one of the thing and gluten makes the inflammatory response happened body. The gluten activator the election. Alexa like The way the dude explain it is like when you're when you get a splinter in your skin gets red bodies having like an anti inflammatory reaction electons or what do that internally internally okay so everybody suggests the main player in this right not true. That was the brain game changer from this dude. Dr Gunn got injury in the ultra. podcast anyway welcome to the PODCAST. Everybody so wait Chris. I'm pulling it up just to like not to play for you. What is where okay? It's all gluten contain Leptin. Yes so like if if you are if you need to avoid Latin whole new world gluten is not the answer so okay how. How do you avoid electing that? Is You do your best of luck. And so part of what blew my mind in this podcast. Is that like. There's a many people who go on a gluten free diet who actually absorbed and bring in more electins than if they were to just eat bread in moderation. What are the visualize electon? Oh man some of the vehicles that you would not suspect. ACT The skin on almonds so Marcona almonds Is it a fancy ones these reality from Italy just like de skinned but like so the skin get on almonds so there's people who like like legumes in general but not if so he's like but beans are actually good if you you have them either pressure cooked or you get a certain brand or you soak them really well for a long time because it's in the skin in the breakdown of the beans the elections come out and then you actually only get the goods from it. It was a very gnarly brain changer for me that after. I'M GONNA listen to multiple times through but I got the cookbook. It's called the plant. Oh and he did. A book called the plant paradox and it was essentially like this dude Dr Gunnery who happens to not be an adventist but work the Loma Linda System. which is like a really really high medical system interested in and he got on the board one of the only non adventist? He's so he doesn't doesn't have to be a believer. Yeah totally in. That doesn't happen often with that group. But he studies the blue zones pretty big time blue zones very all who don't know or the longest living zones in in the world like Okinawa area is one of them and then somewhere in the Mediterranean Mediterranean areas of mentoring. He's a big time proponent of even though there's not that exists exact one but he's like one of his statements is food exists. Good Clean Olive oil in your body because of polyphenols and they just like opened up at this whole interesting world where it's like. There's no perfect answer. The first half of the podcast is all what you shouldn't eat in the second half is things that you can eat okay. What's a few things that you shouldn't eat? That seemed like counter oftentimes actually like like I said he wasn't. I can't remember because it's been a week now. And we jumped in this podcast on the fly because Chris looked at my lunch and he's all right. What is that really burners on? You Know No. It's good but the biggest biggest one that stuck out to me whereas like hey actually bred by itself might not be as betty so there's people who are far more sick gluten free diet or a Vegan Diet because says okay like tomatoes super high electons was another one he said. Is that a nightshade thing. Maybe anything with seeds. That's it's like a fruit. He said. Okay it's another thing game change your mind blower. He's juicing is a surefire way to actually get fat. Well for sure. Sure yes but he said you WANNA use it right juice. It throw a juice away and pull all the pulp out any only the pulp. That's where all the goods are. Oh ooh so. It's getting all the good like fiber and all the fiber reverse juicing and the and and polyphenols which are pretty high. So it's like all things that happened in certain plants. Most most lettuces have more electons than you might realize. He said to stick stick to the group like fruit and Radicchio and those ones that are like more bitter Kale can Michael. I think I can't remember. I think he said Kale's pretty good but even so like basically what they do is they make your body inflame in some way or another. That was interesting. He said also. Like if you want. You'RE GONNA hate this one as a Paleo person. But he's like if I wanted to get rid of something like the people overeat it's proteins or protein is like one of the main things in aging us. Yes yeah you know. It's interesting that that is dead on. Because I think this is where most people get Paleo wrong right at the actual actual like since the beginning of the Paleo Diet now. I can't even remember who wrote the original book about it. But most literature revolving around Paleo actually advocates for just moderate protein. Yeah but I think that thirty grams a day I think because of the circles locals that those people run in which it happens to be tied into a fitness and a lot of cases right and a lot of lifting people over eat protein because they see it as a source for like quote unquote gains or big. Yeah or it's an easy win that fits into that Like the Paleo Vai. I believe it's just really easy for me to go and eat some protein and and feel like it's good for me but even like Like Mark Mark Sisson right. Who did did marks daily apple the blog and then now as one of the bigger advocates for Kito agrees that in terms of longevity eh lifespan and overall health? It's probably wise to not just with protein but caloric load overall like eat as little as possible caloric while being able to you know to function the way we need to function and I think it gets twisted because you take community. That's like a fitness base community. They would listen to that. And there are just like the probably working out too much and partner requiring like a ton of calories to do what they're doing and then even people who are moderately affiliated with the community. You're like Oh yeah this is healthy. Eat this like one. Gram of protein. Gene per pound of lean body has been like the standard since the bodybuilding times like n beyond and for actual athletes people would take it even further further but yeah for health probably not right and you do have to adjust based on how much you do fitness and exercise. He said the average person twenty to thirty thirty grams tops a day. And most people don't know that your internal organs in your stomach sheds and you reabsorb like twenty grams of protein from your stomach every single day. Oh Yeah you were dropping that knowledge super weird. That's really
"dr gunn" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Rick and Bubba experience. Welcome recommend welcome in. It is a brand new week eight minutes past the hour. We thank you for being with us. It is a Dudley Monday. So we're all of you heading to the golden ticket seats. Good luck. You could win fifty dollars would do that every Monday, we do a live show, and that's courtesy of Dr Gunn. Speaking of Dr Dudley, fix mama's mouth voting has started its rickandbubba dot com under the contest section there. And you can vote for the one of the three five and a winner will be chosen a dummy will be with us a week from today to announce the winner as part of the vix momma's mouth mother's day promotion math right mother's day is next Sunday. Hey, wow. Visa comic wig. So make sure you got mom taking care of. But big momma's mouth. It's an annual promotion, and it's awesome. How these moms are transformed with the Dutney makeover. So check it out at rickandbubba dot com. Under the contest section there. The finalist Rutten either stories and vote on who you think deserves to win. Mover and shaker, gene. Hallman will be in studio today he'll announce who Bob is going to play with and the regions tradition. Pro-am coming up on Wednesday. Then he'll also announce all the coaches that are going to be there from the SEC in different conferences and will allow you to take your coach auction that off to the highest bidder to have you and a guest wall and have a car with that group on Wednesday. So a lot happening today. Let's bring everybody in. We've got Mr. Greg Burgess sitting over my left and Ray there's Z right there in front of me. What's up, boys? How you doing? How are ya? Oh, man. We're great seems like yesterday we were out at regions tradition. We'll be out there again on Wednesday and all that happening today. It'll be a big.
"dr gunn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Governor Doug Ducey has also signed a Bill that would require high schoolers to take a financial literacy class before they graduate. The Bill introduced by AirAsia treasurer, Kimberly would allow schools to teach students budgeting savings credit and balancing checkbook the class would be included as part of the zone. Economics course, requirements strange out of Phoenix sky harbor airport. This morning Phoenix police say twenty five year old man was touching passengers faces and spring something from. Spray bottle on them while they were all on a plane that was the landing Minnesota. The man also was reported of open the service door and jumped out onto the tarmac worker. Stopped him turned him over to police. He's now facing trespassing charges logo the has the hand with a heart rate. It's so true. Dr Louise gun call vis describing the passion he has for Phoenix children's hospital in just one year, Dr Gunn Calvin and his team doubled the patients seen in their fetal imaging department, and that's why he's supporting the March of dimes this weekend, very important foundation. I mean, they have not standing working support decreasing rate of premature in the country and in the world, he says without their help work like his would be far more difficult. For more information. You can go to March for babies dot org. Deficit weird the blind leading the blind. But it'll be interesting though, is how the CEO of the foundation for blind children Mark Ashton describes their upcoming five K this weekend called stride for site. Site Ashton describes the event as a very unique is that we do a blindfold you have the option to apply full. And so it's a really great experience for people to be guided, and it really gives people just a little taste of the blind world. Like for more information on Sundays event Goto stride for site as z dot com. Let's check traffic.
"dr gunn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And director of the center for restorative medicine in Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara. He is by the way, one of the when you remember years ago. There was a commercial well when Dr Gunn Dandari's speaks everybody listens because his bestselling books the plant paradox. The plant paradox cookbook, the plant paradox quick and easy and your your diet revolution. And the new book is out and everyone needs to get this book. It's called the long Jared longevity paradox. How to die young at a ripe old age? Age. And boy is that is that ever the truth. How are you? Dr. Welcome back. Well, thanks for having me back. Glad to be here. So let's talk about this new your new baby in your book, you say that the foreign bacteria in our gut. And and this has been a story that I've been covering again for a very long time. But you say that our gut the microbe the micro by on the gut has more control over how we age then the genes we are born with that is a loaded statement and explain to us what what that means and for people that grabbed their bagel their Muffin or their donate this morning. You must listen carefully to this. Doctor. Well, you know, it's there's now. Impressive evidence from human. Studies have been published that our genetic makeup. Probably has only about a sixty eight percent influence on what's going to happen to us in terms of the diseases. We're going to get how long are going to live and that our gut microbiome the bugs that live in. Our got live on our skin that live in our mouth, nose, and other environmental factors. Have over ninety percent of the influence on the diseases. We're going to get and how long we're gonna live and the exciting thing is about that. Is that your, you know, fate is not determined for the most part by your genes by your family history. But by the food you eat, and how you feed the bugs that live in you. And we now know that you can actually choose out of the are going to keep you not only alive for a long time, but thriving for a long time. Yeah. That's really empowering information. Sure very much so very much. So. What is so we know that. Those foods that I mentioned earlier the bagels donuts the cookies cakes the. Carbohydrates that we as Americans consume. The biggest biggest problem in listen up. Everybody is that what we don't see what they're doing to us. And now we're hearing about the soda and what that is doing. And now there's studies at showing that it is cutting into longevity big time for women as well. But what we're not understanding is the word inflammation. So explain to us. What happens when we eat a diet, that's filled with those kinds of foods. Well, there's there's ten thousand different species of bacteria, mold fungi, viruses that live in heart gut, and I divide guys simplistically into good guys that I called gut buddies and bad guys that I call gang members and gang members, actually like simple sugars. Things like in doughnuts bagels muffins. And they loved saturated fats, and they thrive on things on the other hand. They can't stand or use long chain carbohydrates things like are found in sweet potatoes. For instance. And they can't stand monounsaturated fats like her in olive oil. Does for example. So you can actually Spar the bad guys by withdrawing these things that they like. And in the meantime, feed the guys what they like. And they'll actually crowd out the bad guys. You can do this actually in a matter of days in in all of my books. I've published results of three days of changing the way you eat. And completely changes your gut microbiome for the better, the bad news is that after those three days if you go back to the way you used to eat the guys will come back with a comeback again. Okay. So. Yup. What about using the the really good foods with this intermittent fasting will that help as well with the the longevity paradox? What are your thoughts on that? Yeah. Absolutely. And there's a huge section in the longevity paradox about intermittent fasting. In fact, interestingly enough, I as far as I know is one of the first people ever write about in her fast in my. Dr countries diet evolution. It's funny. We actually had a whole chapter on that in that book. But my editor said. You know, you are so crazy already. Nobody. No, no, no. But everybody I'm telling you every I had a friend who called me up. And she said she was all excited. She found out about you. Did you know this had carbs? Do you got Dr Andries saying about that? And I'm like, yeah. I interviewed him. You have that book. I'm like. Yeah. I'm coming over right now for that book. It's true though. Yeah. It's true. And really, I think we most people are now coming over to the fact that we one of the things that allowed us to take over the world. Unfortunately, is that we have the ability to go long periods of time without eating and there are we are the fat storing eight there's no other eight that's capable of storing fat like us. We actually run the metabolism of a bear. And it turns out that we're actually spos- to periods of time when we're burning glucose as fuel, but the rest of the time, we should be burning a type of fat called key tones as a fuel, and we have to be able to kind of shift our metabolism from burning sugar to burning fat and the vast majority of us in the west unfortunately now. Throughout the world lack this metabolic flexibility. And as I talk about in many others now talk about we have to have that metabolic flexibility. Because if we don't quite frankly, it's one of the major reasons we have this epidemic of dementia, and Alzheimer's and both Stockdale Bredesen's who wrote the end of Alzheimer's and David promoter brain grain. Shown that if we really should have a period of time of at least, fourteen hours a day of Noddy, and if you have any cognitive decline, probably sixteen hours as even better..
"dr gunn" Discussed on KOMO
"So that would be close to the ultimate swag bag. I guess right. I mean, you magin I can't actually imagine that. I think he could get stoked when somebody drops off a hat. All my gosh. What cupcakes? Reasonably pleased here at KOMO news time now for lifebeat with komo's marina Rockinger in partnership with physical and hand therapy, numbness, or tingling throughout the arm pain in the neck shoulder or hand, and you just can't grip things like he used to these are some of the symptoms of harassed outlet syndrome, facade trysts, Dr Heather gal gone says it's caused by compression of the bundle of nerves between the neck and the arm typically it's getting compressed by nother structure in that area where it gets compresses most commonly behind the clavicle collarbone, although the exact cause of the Rask outlet syndrome isn't always known. Dr Calgon says posture can play a big role a lot of times when we sent. We don't have good posture. We see our shoulders roll forward. We see our neck come forward or head come forward. And so that can certainly compress and make things a bit tighter absolutely leading to an increase in symptoms and treatment for the condition. According to Dr Gunn starts with physical therapy for proper posture and used to work on strengthening if you. Don't have the strength or the appropriate endurance to sustain good posture. Then it's almost all for not. For lifebeat, I'm marina Rockinger. Komo news sunset the average person checks their phone one hundred fifty times a day. The average child is a bleeding disorder gives themselves infusion.
"dr gunn" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"I am a serial entrepreneur and brand builder. Most recently, the ger media, which is a podcast network focused on female voices and audiences and sitting next to me is my lovely wife. Little bit jet-lagged in a beanie for some reason in the studio. Miss Lauren, Evert's, hang is Lauren. Everett's of the skinny confidential the blog a brand and a podcast, and I am so fucking excited for this episode. I can't even tell you. This is definitely one of my favorite episodes. We discovered Dr Gunn dri about a year ago, and for listeners that have been listening to us for a long time, you if you been paying attention you've seen us or me, primarily referencing him in the past when we interview nutritionists or health experts or fitness experts because his views on plants and vegetables has been somewhat controversial also somewhat enlightening definitely has got a lot of different conversation. Started around vegetables vegetables, that could be hurting you vegetables that are good for you. And. In this interview, we really dive into it with them because he has a lot to say about the topic of vegetables and how they could be affecting our diet. And I feel like this is so fitting because we just got off a plane from Europe. And I couldn't believe when I lifted my shirt up today to check out my stomach, and it was flat. Eight so much pizza so much pasta. So much bread so much Berliners just like stuffed my face, and we get into why my stomach was flat. Whereas if I go to New York for five days, I gain literally seven pounds. So that's really really interesting. We also talk about intermittent fasting, which a lot of you have been asking me about. And I think having a doctor on here to talk about it super interesting. And then we also get into specifics on why you need olive oil and he gives brands and all the details for you guys. I learned about why I need to incorporate more Kerr syphilis. I don't know how to say that we're super okay? Let's not name our firstborn that vegetables into my diet, and whether or not I should be juicing or doing smoothies. I learned specifics on. Hermit and fasting. And we even talked about wine and champagne on this show. We try to bring on all walks of life as those that are familiar with the show, no all different perspectives. But what was so important for me to have an actual doctor about gut health on this show or around got held on the show is that we wanted to. I wanted to get the actual science behind our gut and how we processed food for me. I struggle with figuring out diets in which deiontrez to follow and it usually doesn't click in for me until I have some, you know, basically scientific backing as to why should should do certain nights. And so Dr country provided a really unique perspective because not only is he a an expert in the field. But he's actual in actual doctor that is performed over ten thousand heart surgery. So he's actually been in the human body and seen it firsthand. That guy is obviously so important you guys we've talked about this with Ingrid. She was on the podcast. She has a lot of the same theories that he has, and I think going into the scientific research of it is so important. This episode for me was probably one of the most educational episodes. We've ever had in for those. You know, what I try to do is yours. Go to go into these type of conversations with an open mind. There's instantly going to be critics. There's going to be people that don't agree. But what I tried to do all these conversation when I think Lauren tries to do is we try to go in with an open mind to decipher what makes sense, and what doesn't make sense. Then I think anybody that's listening needs to do the same. Are you a fan of sweet and salty kettle corn date and organic apple cider vinegar. Well, I have you covered if you are. So I actually curated a page on thrive market, and it's all my favorites in one spot. So you can easily shop everything that we like to order. It has everything from coconut amino, which is so good on cauliflower rice liquid amino 's it has this peppermint oil that I'm obsessed with for really good breath..
"dr gunn" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Waking up for now. No reason for sleep. Or apparently, no reason is always a reason waking up to urinate, and waking up unrest it. But you know, there's another potential problem. And that is the heavy duty exposure to electromagnetic fields sit in front of computers. We watch TV we play with these games. We have our our cell phone all of these guys can have an adverse effect on melatonin and may disrupt your healthy circadian rhythm. So it may make you feel like you don't wanna sleep when you're really should sleep and vice versa. So we recommend there that just about. Everybody us some melatonin melatonin PG liquid. And it's a firm at and this is really easy to use. You can adjust the does if you're female and you want a maximum anti-aging. Benefit, according to Dr Pierre poli-, you might wanna take twenty milligrams a day that'd be like a quarter teaspoon. Or if you're a male it is needed dropper to to get a two or four milligrams melatonin. So we'll have this guy on special as well by two or more get twenty five percent off each and we're going to have that same deal for our digest and gallbladder PG are gallbladder support the tain hydrochloride our activator, and then if you're waking to urinate are pollen floor if it's simple if it's more complex. They can help you with that as well. And then tranquility so you can wake up after having slept of you get five or more hours of sleep wake up, and you're not rested. Now, you jump on this guy after twelve fifteen days or so it really kicks in Lord willing. You get a nice deep restful sleep. And of course, Mela. Tony now to keep the circadian rhythms. And to promote healthy anti-aging. Those are the guys you're going to want. So you can get all of those on special today. So give a buzz to our own line. Eight hundred three seventy thirty four forty seven eight hundred three seventy thirty four forty seven. All right. This is Dr Gunn Bob Moore, Sean, this is health line live. Let's go to Theresa in Stockton. You want to know my opinion of wheat grass. I'm not a fan. Two way too much sugar. I am a big fan of the the whole grasses the air dried green grasses like wheat, barley, oats. I think these are fantastic. I use these every day. I think that's where you want to go, but the wheat grass the early grass his very high sugar and see the way our body works. Whether you're five years old or one hundred and five years old when you wake up in the morning, you're at maximum insulin resistance, that means really doesn't want sugar. Okay. Now, if you're overweight. Woo. And you eat the sugar now, you're just going to complicate the wait delay any weight loss at stupid. So what we want to do is take those higher glycemic fruits later in the day. Three o'clock. Four o'clock were were at maximum insulin sensitive. Now, we can use the P out of that stuff. And it doesn't hurt. Our is it doesn't increase our body fat. It doesn't do anything bad. I love these grasses. I use them if I'm beat and I don't get much sleep. And I'm really beat. I make a big smoothie in the morning if I'm normal. I have the smoothie at three o'clock. Preferred the the air dried grasses, we call Green's mix will not deliver the sugar of the fresh week, Kris. Okay. Abbott fifteen year old who is constantly feed at are handed constantly called. Do you think that has an interesting with tyrod it could? But it could also have to do with the adrenals. It could have to do with the way she's sleeping the first thing. I would rule out his sleep. So we want to ask her when she wakes up. Do you feel rested? If she says, gee, no mom, I really wish I could sleep longer. Then you're suspecting, she's not achieving Remm, sleet. And so if once she gets Rams sleep, I think that would solve the problem if that is the problem and one of the concerns have especially for females is, you know, earlier and earlier they're putting these computers in schools. So the kids are sitting with their reproductive organs phase head neck right in the face of the darn computer, and the male somehow or other he can handle it a lot better than the female. And to me, this is a can be an endocrine disruptor translated to English that means it could induce disrupted. Remm sleep. It could induce disrupted adrenal function. It just depends show. What I would always try the simplest cheapest thing. I so the first thing I'd look for is a a little quiz in the morning. How do you feel your way you wasted really tired? You want a Cup of coffee when you walk to school CDs. Young kids walking to school that Cup of coffee suspended, two three four bucks. That's just a huge waste of money and just and very bad for them. And you know, it just okay, they can just you know. Walston? I think it ought to be like alcohol, you gotta be at least eighteen to kill yourself. Anyway, the that's the first thing. I would look at the next thing. I would check his salt. Okay. To make sure if she's doing any kind of exercise sweating that. She has adequate salt. So it's easy. She can break a sweat tastes, the perspiration at the upper outer part of the arm if that's low beef it up give her a teaspoon of so in water to drink in the morning until that tastes normal that. Put in water and. You bet. You bet you got to go down the line on the most common things that can happen to a kid, especially if this wedding a lot if that she goes to a yoga class, or if she works out hard and sweats a lot, and then this happens, and, you know, you're you're getting a little warning with warm the cold hands cold feet, you're getting a little warning. But now what else could it be it could be distress. In other words, she sees her life is stressful. But then you could jump on the adapted gin and take three of those at breakfast and do that for a month to achieve you could snap her back. And if that does work, then I'd want to counsel her show that I've got an attitude that sees life has calm. I mean, you may have to help her with that some people just have a very bad stress routines life. They have they go to distress for easily, and that, of course, will induce it. These are the most common thing. Things. These are the things that I'd beat on hard. She could also have terrible things like she could oven anemia where she is menstruating very heavily. And so she's very iron deficient. And that would lead to a problem with thyroxine. She couldn't make tyrod then she would have low adrenal and low thyroid. So that that'll give mom a little bit of work to do. Okay. Take care. You're welcome. All right. This is Dr Bob Marshall pitch. Do this health line live. Remember, if you sick and tired of being sick. And.