30 Burst results for "Dr Louis"

Greenwood Genetic Center on Epigenetics

DNA Today

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Greenwood Genetic Center on Epigenetics

"I guess they are front. Greenwood genetic center. Dr louis and kelly walden rate is an assistant director in greenwood's molecular diagnostic laboratory and kelly is greenwood's director of diagnostic development and h net counselor by training. Welcome to the show guys. It's fantastic to have john. Thanks for having us. Thank you so a lot of genetic counselors. If they're listening they know greenwood for their visual aids. I think that's what greenwood is most popular for. But could you give us a little more background and tell us about the other division of green genetic center. That people may be less familiar with kelly. Did you want to start us out of just giving background information. So the green which genetic center is a nonprofit organization We do have four divisions we have our clinical division said they see patients across the state of south carolina. We have our research. Division focused on functional studies setting the causes of autism birth defects intellectual disability. Our education division. They provide programs across the state from middle school. High school all the way up through our medical genetics training programs and then are gonna collapse. I agree with diagnostic labs. We have cited genetics molecular and biochemical testing. And so in this episode we are focusing on epigenetics and really exploring what happy. Genetics is testing four. Bg that conditions for those. That may not understand like they hear this epigenetics term. They're like what is genetics. I have no idea reagan. You fill us in on just giving us that background information so that you know us talking about testing options and conditions all make a little bit more sense. Yup so epigenetics is the process in which expression in jeans are either increase or decrease in a way that's independent makoni sequence

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The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

Kottke Ride Home

07:25 min | 4 months ago

The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

"There's a bakery chain in japan that offers dozens of different kinds of pastries danishes. Donuts croissants sandwiches you go down a cafeteria style line. Pick what you want. Put it on a tray and when you get to the register to pain you put your tray on top of a backlit rectangle screen shows an injury of your train with bright green lines around each item it recognizes each item from among the dozens of pastries on offer at the bakery and then correctly charges. You how does it do that. You'd imagine some kind of relatively recent developments in deep learning neural networks. But in fact it's a more grown technology that got its start. In two thousand seven led by a man named hisashi kombi the new yorker recently profiled combine work with the bakery and how the technology he developed is now being deployed in many other sectors including cancer research. So let's start with the bread problem. Japanese consumers like lots of options and bread is no exception market. Research in japan showed that a bakery that offered a hundred different options sold twice as much as a bakery that offered only thirty and that unwrapped baked goods sold better because people perceived them as fresh but without the wrapping. You don't have labels or barcodes on the pastries so then you've got employees who have to memorize hundred different pastries and this slowdown lines. Because workers would often mix things up or have to take time remembering which peachtree was which not to mention. They handled each unwrapped pastry individually. So it wasn't exactly the most sanitary so this chain wanted to automate the process somehow and they turned to comedies company. Brain to help them out. Rain had already been working for twenty years on finding ways for computers to see something that was long one of the biggest challenges of artificial intelligence. The new yorker explains it really. Well quote as i write. This can look up at my shelves. They contain books and skin of yarn and a tangled cable. All inside a cabinet whose glass enclosure is reflecting leaves in the trees outside my window. I can't help. But parse the scene about a third of the neurons and my cerebral cortex are implicated in processing visual information but to a computer. It's a mess of color and brightness in shadow. A computer has never untangled. A cable doesn't get that glasses. Reflective doesn't know that trees sway in the wind. Ai researchers used to think that without some kind of model of how the world works in that was in it. A computer might never be able to distinguish the parts of complex scenes. The field of computer vision was zoo of algorithms that may do in the meantime and quotes over the last decade this has changed as deep learning and neural networks have been applied and tweaked in real world scenarios. Siri google translate and alpha. Go all rely on deep learning with layers of simulated neurons and their honed by things like tagging people in photos on social media and picking out street lights in those prove. You're not a robot tests on website forms but especially without that kind of passively crowd sourced assistance quoting again. The drawback of deep learning is that it requires large amounts of specialized data the deep learning system for recognizing faces might have to be trained on tens of thousands of portraits. And it won't recognize address unless it's also been shown. Thousands of dresses deep learning researchers therefore have learned to collect labeled data on an industrial scale and quotes and for brain the bakery chain not only with the frequency with which the bakery chain changed their offerings. Make such data required for learning. The new pastries be untenable. They were also several years too early to even consider using deep learning so they built their own system using lots and lots of algorithms by two thousand ten. They built a system with ninety nine percent. Accuracy across fifty types of bread tackling problems like different pastries that look remarkably similar and the same pastries that look different when one is baked. More or one got squished. As developing the back light the pastries have to be placed on to keep the lighting consistent even though they did have to also build a mathematical model to account for inconsistencies in color when it comes to bake times rather than showing assistant thousands of photos of each pastry as one would with a deep learning system they manually tweaked and honed the algorithms on each doughnut and danish until they got it right but their system learns to win. The system isn't sure instead of those green lines around each item. It shows yellow or red lines and prompts the user to select from some suggestions or manually input the product quoting again show bakery scan a pastry never seen on earth and it'll recognize the next one of its kind about forty percent of the time according to brain after just five examples it is ninety percent accurate and after twenty. It's nearly perfect. Moreover whereas deep learning systems are relatively inscrutable. You can't look at a neural network and say exactly why a decision emerged from it bakery scans judgments based as they are on hand engineered system or more particularly if the system. Miss identifies something. You can figure out why these days. It's unusual to develop in the way that brain developed bakery scan. The approach requires a mastery of fine details. It is in spirit artisanal. It takes years during which parameters must be tuned. Special cases accounted for deep learning relieves. You from having to understand how the seasons affect shadows in a donut hole you merely plug enough examples and the network figures it out and with deep learning. The same brain can accomplish different tasks when you feel different. Data deep mind. The alphabet subsidiary used data sets to train a single neural network to beat humans at chess shoghi and go systems that depend on domain specific knowledge as bakery scandal need not just new data but new filters new features in new algorithms before they can be used elsewhere and quotes nonetheless. The technology behind bakery scan now housed under the umbrella. Name of ai scan has gone on to be used in applications as far flung as distinguishing pills in hospitals to counting the number of people in eighteenth century woodblock prints and even spotting incorrectly wired bolts in jet engine parts but the most impressive application came in two thousand seventeen when quoting again. Dr louis pasteur's center for medical research in kyoto saw a television segment about bakery scan. He realized that cancer cells under a microscope looked kind of like bread and quotes. I love that observation but he was right. Ai scan has now been working for a few years on fine tuning their cancer cell detector. Saito a scan now. Being tested at two hospitals is able to look at an entire microscope slide and identify potentially cancerous cells with ninety nine percent accuracy based on features like the color tone size and texture of the nucleus and all round -ness of the cell as they continue to grow and build on their original system. Brain has had to bring in deep learning once recently when covid nineteen pushed bakery owners to start wrapping their pastries and individual packaging. Brain used a deep learning to help their bakery scan system still be able to identify the pastries behind the reflective plastic

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"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Love you can you feel free to get into politics want to but? Anybody that's going to degradate that system that's going to be Anti Science Institute. Thank you. Is Really, fundamentally hurting the core what America's Yes drew you know you're right I do not understand. The current administration in its inability to understand and trust science I. Mean You know I don't get it you know in the I don't think many people understand this in this country. Abraham. Lincoln back in the eighteen hundreds. He wanted to know more about science and what had had to offer. The politicians and the country and the betterment of the people. So he established a an organization and Academy it's called the National Academy of Sciences. He established that way back then and it's still with us. Today is a a lot of members and many of us. You know elite scientists get elected to the National Academy of Sciences. The purpose of the National Academy of Sciences among others. is to advise and counsel the President and Congress on scientific matters pertaining to global and local. Economies. And Health. Okay Our current president not once has ever gone to the National Academy of Sciences. To seek that information and on a few occasions, one parts of the academy went to him in Congress to talk about the urgency of climate control. He walked out and would never interact with scientists again and said that we were all crazy. But all of us Nobel laureates got together to write a letter to him and to Congress and to the National Academy of Sciences which is published in the New York Times just to denounce this kind of incredible behavior which could only destroy this country. So you know and let me tell you and I'm proud to kill everyone this. You just heard me say some not so good remarks about President Right. You want to hear something else. I am a Republican, so there. I. Appreciate you being vocal and sharing your thoughts you know I. Think Civil Discourse regardless of what people believe identify with is the foundation of also America having a chance to talk about things even if people have a different viewpoint and you know going back to science science is not perfect but nothing is perfect. It's always evolving but it's not a vast conspiracy of people trying to topple one side or pushing initiative through and the way that we. Present, and bring new ideas to the foray I was. Max Pollack Nobel Prize winner who said science advances you know sometimes unfortunately, one death at a time I believe in..

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"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"You know you just have to go and do your best science and don't keep the Nobel Prize in the back of your head because you know why that brings out the best the worst in you. You may fudge few numbers to get it just right. You may do experiments to not to test your hypothesis but maybe to show that you're wrong hypotheses might be correct. You see you can do things like that and and lie and cheat now in an athlete. Who is going after the A heisman trophy you can't lie cheat if you don't play well, you don't get it. So it's okay to have that as a goal. Each shared a funny story on another talk that I heard that basically. You know if I understand the timeline correctly and please correct me if I'm wrong because I could be. Basically, the year that you were awarded, you talked about the makeup of the number of men that were part of the Nobel Committee that were choosing you as the prize and how there might be a link to something. Can you share that with our audience and of course, of course this is hilarious. And I said in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two. We discovered that nitric oxide is what causes. Sexual arousal and penile erection six years later is nine hundred, ninety eight, right. So was in March of Nineteen, ninety eight that defies a pharmaceutical company marketed. Viagra which FDA approved well, only a few months after that. In October. Of the same year ninety eight, the Nobel prize for nitric oxide is announced. So I'm thinking you know there was my wife and I'm thinking. What was this a coincidence or what? So I decided to look up the committee members of the Nobel Committee for medicine head. I found that the majority of them were men over the age of sixty. Yeah, you know that's been a joke for the last twenty two years whenever I see these people in Stockholm 'cause I go a lot. I've been to many other ceremonies I I make the you know the people the committee members and so on. So they always remember that statement and they never deny it. Let me tell you. Maria's so funny on that topic, you know people who Austin said you know. Like Viagra and they found like this like for male sexual performance they have Viagra for for women. Why isn't it? They don't have a pill and Many of our podcast guests have talked about this but women rightfully. So they're beautiful divine way they're much more complex than men. It's not a simple solution to create our arousal as simple as men are in. My hope is that somebody does find something to support all women that are out there I can add something to that if you'd like. I was privy to a lot of research that was eventually published by Pfizer but and we did some experiments in our laboratory to without getting into details. But in in adult women. these were. We were able to get samples of their erectile tissue from the clitoris. These patients who obviously passed on and we were able we got approval to study. CER- certain tissues to look at erectile to look at erectile function because in the clitoris, there's a lot of erectile tissue as as we all know. So nitric oxide is still a mediator no question about it and in experiments that were done but company saw fit not to go in that direction to develop let's say a pink pill. To treat sexual arousal problems in women, the companies didn't go through with it I urge them to go through with it. I thought it would be a very good idea they did not but it turns out it turns out drew that tens and tens of millions of women take. BIOGRA-. which absolutely increases sexual arousal..

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"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"And I was able to develop a passion and motivation to study and stay with. The kids in class and that's really How it started. The in hearing about the story of your parents and parents and other talks that you've given in podcast I. Think one central thing is that you? Yes your parents may not have been able to support you in the way that we see a lot of today like helicopter parents really getting involved in the academics and. You know hovering over, which is very, not very healthy but they they didn't get in in the they didn't get in the way as much for the curiosity that was there in fact I remember an anecdote that you shared, which is You wanted a chemistry set to start creating these fireworks right and. Your parents initially said no, but I think later on, you convince them that this was important part of my learning and this is going to help me which obviously exactly. My Mom she knew me my mom, she asked me why did I wanNA chemistry set? I said, well, I I wanna read the booklet and I want to do experiments using the chemicals in chemistry set, and she would look at me and say but Luigi that's my name and Italian Lou is Luigi. You're only ten years old. What are you going to read? What are you going to do? So she says, what else do you want a chemistry? Is that for? Of course, I, didn't tell her. My father was different my father. I overheard my mom and dad speak and they speak with a loud voice even though they're not yelling at each other remember they are Italian. So my dad would tell my mom. Look. Can't you see that he wants to do something that we've never done before and we don't understand. Let him do it. Let him do it and my mom finally agreed and whatever I do. I made one of the strongest firecrackers possible and I blew up the fireplace in the backyard and my mom spent the next two months telling my dad I told you i. told You my. You know kids are going to get into their mission of, but if you let them explore sometimes that mischief ends up turning into a Nobel prize. On on on the topic. I would be remiss if I didn't get a chance to at least check in on it takes back twenty two years ago almost to the date now and tell us about where you were and what the setting was. When you got the call or heard the news. Well, you know for ten years prior to nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, many of my research colleagues and especially the people in my lab. But always tell me you know this year, you're going to get the Nobel Prize. Don't worry. You'RE GONNA get the prize and I would always say I'm not worried I said all I WANNA do is do my work make important contributions to humankind. Please don't remind me of the Damn Nobel prize it wasn't a goal that you were pursuing. Oh. My God no drew I always tell my students, my post Docs, young professors that should never be a goal in your mind. I mean, every investigator I've seen who I've heard them say you know I gotta get a Nobel Price. So I got a beef up my research and do this and do that not only have they not gotten the Nobel prize but they have become poor scientists..

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"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"So many of my friends and neighbors would have cardiovascular disease and not live very long whereas an equal number would be perfectly healthy and live normal Loma lives. So the obvious question to me on as a kid, I ask lots of questions. I, drove my friends crazy I drove my parents crazy everybody crazy and especially. The teachers, you know these they asked me to sit down and just come after class to ask them questions. But you know why did some people yet these diseases and some not. So after taking a lot of courses in getting into college, I came up with my own idea which was not based on any scientific evidence whatsoever. I just thought maybe just maybe. Our bodies produce a molecule that protects us against cardiovascular disease. Some of US make a lot of this molecule some of us don't and those who do not make sufficient quantities of this molecule might develop cardiovascular disease I. kept this in my mind drew threw out my college medical and graduate education until I was working as a professor and eventually I found that molecule which is nitric oxide. So the moral of that story is never never give up. Let's pay off your statement there, and we talk about some people making more levels of nitric oxide and some people not how does the body create Ano-? How was it created and how does how we breathe relate to that? Very, very important questions when we discovered that the body produces nitric oxide, we did not understand the mechanism we knew the body produced it, but we didn't know how and then we but mainly other investigators found that nitric oxide is made by an enzymatic reaction in the body very simple. You know we eat protein proteins are digested two amino acids. And each of the twenty amino acids has a different function in the body but we make one we we have one amino acid called Arginine, which is extremely important because arginine is what this enzyme uses to make nitric oxide. The enzyme is very appropriately called no cintas. Okay. So so the no synthetics binds Arjun name. which has a lot of nitrogen on it and it takes one of them off and it makes it into nitric oxide. So so our body uses enzymes one enzyme to make nitric oxide, and once that was discovered then then it was. Really, easy to ski down the slopes to figure out how we could make more nitric oxide to keep us healthy. What are the problems associated with inadequate nitric oxide? How can we make more nitric oxide? What does a healthy diet have to do with nitric oxide and so on. So you know how sciences one discovery leads to another to another. Until finally, you can figure out the entire puzzle. That's fascinating. You mentioned something right there which is what is the problem with not having adequate levels of nitric oxide being produced in the body? What are some of the ramifications that can happen? Okay. There's a whole bunch of them when we initially made the discovery that our bodies produce. No..

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"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:19 min | 10 months ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

". Welcome to the broken brain podcast where we dive deep. . Into the topics of Neuro Plasticity, , EPA genetics, , mindfulness, , and functional medicine I'm your host droid and each week my team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. . This week's guest is Dr Liu Ignarro. . Dr Narrow is a medical research scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for. . His breakthrough discovery of Nitric Oxide, , N., , O. N., , how it positively impacts health and longevity especially hard health his groundbreaking research on nitric oxide pave the way for among many other innovations Viagra. . A Very well-known medication to a lot of individuals were recently by the way nitric oxide is currently being investigated over the world in hospitals and universities as a possible treatment and intervention for. . COVID, , nineteen Dr Narrow is a distinguished professor emeritus of molecular and medical pharmacology at the University of California Los. . Angeles and he has his PhD in Pharmacology with over thirty years of experience in teaching doctor Dr Welcome to the brokering podcast. . It's an honor to have you here with the honor is all mine drew. . It's great to be here and I really look forward to. . Talking about good health effects. . Absolutely, , in preparation for the interview, , I was listening to pretty much all your content that I could get my hands on online and I've seen you mentioned in numerous. . Speeches and talks about. . Teaching is so central to who you are nothing fires you up more than explaining concept and then seeing a student that light bulb moment where they get it and I just want to say where did that come from before we jump into everything we're doing a passion for teaching come from while I can tell you clearly my passion for teaching, , which is every bit as as large as my passion for a discovery or original research. . My my passion for teaching came early when I was in elementary school and high school and you know why? ? Because I had lousy teachers and I would always sit there and wonder why can't these people explain something better than what I could. . Read in the Damn Book. . You know they're there to teach your up in front of the room teach and impart your information to this edens so that we can understand it and I swore that if ever the day came when I would be a university professor, , I would not do it their way. . I would do it my way and try to become the best teacher I could, , and I've always had this passion for communicating with students <hes> I love that that's incredible and we'll come back to that. . In your origin story. . I want to take a moment to congratulate you because we're coming up on the twenty second anniversary of your Nobel Prize I believe you got the prize. . In October. . Twenty two years ago. . Does that sound right? ? You very good at this very, , very good. . Yes. . I the announcement of my Nobel Prize was an October twelve. . Of One, , thousand nine, , hundred, , Ninety, eight, , , and you know this coming Monday October fifth the Twenty Twenty Nobel Prizes will be announced. . So get ready. . You one thing I don't know who's going to get it. . But I'M NOT GONNA get it a second time. . That one is enough. . One is fantastic. . Especially one as powerful as the one that you've gotten, , we should awe only hope and dream that we can have direction i WanNa talk about your basis of the work for receiving the Nobel Prize for discoveries concerning nitric oxide as a signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system. . Let's start off with the basics what is nitric oxide and how's it so fundamentally related to our health and function. . That's a great question would require a about a week to answer but I will try to do it in a couple of minutes. . Nitric oxide firstly, , I want to remind everyone is not a gas I I mean is not a liquid or solid, , but rather it's a gas. . It's a gaseous substance that only lasts for a few seconds. It's . very unstable. . This is what made it so difficult to find in the <hes> in the human body, , and that's why the discovery came. . So late in the nineteen eighties and so essentially. . What I discovered was that our bodies produce this molecule of nitric oxide which should not be confused with nitrous oxide. . That's laughing gas, , and that's what's used in a dentist office, , for example, , to relieve pain. . Nitric oxide although it sounds the same is a totally different <hes> molecule and. . What we discovered was that our arteries, , our endothelial cells that line the arteries actually make this nitric oxide and what nitric oxide does is phenomenal. . It's Vasil later. . It widens the arteries and when it does that it lowers the blood pressure, , it improves blood flow to different Oregon's was your dilating the arteries and. . In addition, , this nitric oxide can keep the inner lining of the arteries healthy so that blood does not clot a when it's not supposed to in the arteries also prevents cholesterol plaques from depositing in the arteries. . So as long as you keep making nitric oxide in those endothelial cells, , it will keep your vascular system very healthy. . So one of the reasons we make nitric oxide is to protect our cardiovascular systems against high blood pressure. . Stroke and heart attack. .

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This Miracle Molecule will Supercharge Your Health with Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Louis Ignarro

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:19 min | 10 months ago

This Miracle Molecule will Supercharge Your Health with Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Louis Ignarro

"Welcome to the broken brain podcast where we dive deep. Into the topics of Neuro Plasticity, EPA genetics, mindfulness, and functional medicine I'm your host droid and each week my team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Dr Liu Ignarro. Dr Narrow is a medical research scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for. His breakthrough discovery of Nitric Oxide, N., O. N., how it positively impacts health and longevity especially hard health his groundbreaking research on nitric oxide pave the way for among many other innovations Viagra. A Very well-known medication to a lot of individuals were recently by the way nitric oxide is currently being investigated over the world in hospitals and universities as a possible treatment and intervention for. COVID, nineteen Dr Narrow is a distinguished professor emeritus of molecular and medical pharmacology at the University of California Los. Angeles and he has his PhD in Pharmacology with over thirty years of experience in teaching doctor Dr Welcome to the brokering podcast. It's an honor to have you here with the honor is all mine drew. It's great to be here and I really look forward to. Talking about good health effects. Absolutely, in preparation for the interview, I was listening to pretty much all your content that I could get my hands on online and I've seen you mentioned in numerous. Speeches and talks about. Teaching is so central to who you are nothing fires you up more than explaining concept and then seeing a student that light bulb moment where they get it and I just want to say where did that come from before we jump into everything we're doing a passion for teaching come from while I can tell you clearly my passion for teaching, which is every bit as as large as my passion for a discovery or original research. My my passion for teaching came early when I was in elementary school and high school and you know why? Because I had lousy teachers and I would always sit there and wonder why can't these people explain something better than what I could. Read in the Damn Book. You know they're there to teach your up in front of the room teach and impart your information to this edens so that we can understand it and I swore that if ever the day came when I would be a university professor, I would not do it their way. I would do it my way and try to become the best teacher I could, and I've always had this passion for communicating with students I love that that's incredible and we'll come back to that. In your origin story. I want to take a moment to congratulate you because we're coming up on the twenty second anniversary of your Nobel Prize I believe you got the prize. In October. Twenty two years ago. Does that sound right? You very good at this very, very good. Yes. I the announcement of my Nobel Prize was an October twelve. Of One, thousand nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, and you know this coming Monday October fifth the Twenty Twenty Nobel Prizes will be announced. So get ready. You one thing I don't know who's going to get it. But I'M NOT GONNA get it a second time. That one is enough. One is fantastic. Especially one as powerful as the one that you've gotten, we should awe only hope and dream that we can have direction i WanNa talk about your basis of the work for receiving the Nobel Prize for discoveries concerning nitric oxide as a signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system. Let's start off with the basics what is nitric oxide and how's it so fundamentally related to our health and function. That's a great question would require a about a week to answer but I will try to do it in a couple of minutes. Nitric oxide firstly, I want to remind everyone is not a gas I I mean is not a liquid or solid, but rather it's a gas. It's a gaseous substance that only lasts for a few seconds. It's very unstable. This is what made it so difficult to find in the in the human body, and that's why the discovery came. So late in the nineteen eighties and so essentially. What I discovered was that our bodies produce this molecule of nitric oxide which should not be confused with nitrous oxide. That's laughing gas, and that's what's used in a dentist office, for example, to relieve pain. Nitric oxide although it sounds the same is a totally different molecule and. What we discovered was that our arteries, our endothelial cells that line the arteries actually make this nitric oxide and what nitric oxide does is phenomenal. It's Vasil later. It widens the arteries and when it does that it lowers the blood pressure, it improves blood flow to different Oregon's was your dilating the arteries and. In addition, this nitric oxide can keep the inner lining of the arteries healthy so that blood does not clot a when it's not supposed to in the arteries also prevents cholesterol plaques from depositing in the arteries. So as long as you keep making nitric oxide in those endothelial cells, it will keep your vascular system very healthy. So one of the reasons we make nitric oxide is to protect our cardiovascular systems against high blood pressure. Stroke and heart attack.

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How Much Vitamin D is Right for Me?

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

05:39 min | 11 months ago

How Much Vitamin D is Right for Me?

"Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Green Wisdom Hell show I'm Janet Lewis after Louis and we are going to educate you today a little bit of `Bout Vitamin D. a lot of you already know about vitamin D or You're beginning to learn it. But I think that you know one of the burning questions that we seem to be having is how much vitamin D is right for me and there's really It's different for everyone and there was a book called optimal dose that Dr Louis Read. There was some other of our. Clients that ask about that book they wanted to know well, how much do I take because? I think it was very high levels and Dr Lewis is going to answer all that for you. Today he's going to help you discern how much is right for you because there are other factors involved as I just loading up on a bunch of D. and he's going to tell. You what can happen when you do too much of that, and we are also going to answer a whole lot of questions that we've received from our audience via our shooting straight with Dr Louis facebook group, and if you're not a member of that, all you have to do is go there and ask for yourself to be invited in either by email or send him A. Message on facebook and he'll accept shooting be part of our community. You can also answer or ask US questions online. There's an online forum for the PODCAST. So anything we don't cover here today that you still want to know or any other topic Please reach out to us that way we try to work it all in and make it a very enjoyable show. So Dr Louis. Vitamin D seems to be the thing immune system right now can you tell us how much what the difference is and is there anything wrong which is loading up on it? You ever been just one drink away from telling people what you really think. Never. have been quite often Yeah, you know I'm GonNa talk a lot about this, and you know it's absolutely amazing facebook The shooting straight has been a good thing. There's people that follow me there that actually work for some really big. Supplement. Companies. Which is afforded US Janet and may an opportunity to do some really big things I was called salt of the Earth yesterday which I thought was funny. In longhorn Texas as well as we thought, that was even funnier. We've renamed our town from Longview to Longhorn now I I love it. I guess SOCI- eight that we owe steers and Texas I. was kind of funny Yeah. But I've got lots of and this all started about five years ago when I was on a podcast as guests from Jack, Speer Co, the survival podcast, and he is crazy crazy smart, incredibly intelligent. man he he really knows what he's talking about and he's tastes certainly blonde by giving his opinion and you need to listen to him. But I got a lot of people from being on his podcast and people would say there I'm taking five thousand or ten thousand years and you know of course I'm looking at Lamma. It's not working. But I'm taking over ten thousand I said, it's not working MO- supplements don't work. And some of them are actually very toxic to you and there's reasons for that too. I finally did the percentages on it with the help of my count it because I'm not good at percentages good Lord I skipped that class in high school probably when fishing or something and ninety three percent of what people were buying and taking not working ninety three percents your odds of getting something niche. Good. Yeah and Jack Speer Co was talking about it and again spare 'cause a really crazy smart guy. You check him out he's he's really good he. He'll tell you what to do during times of stress and trouble where I'm just good for telling you how to be healthy, which is not bad too but. And I was in Tulsa. and. He he was talking about that Nina is getting involved in his facebook group and he said, well, you ought order this book and you know it'll change your per-. Paradigm about what you think about bottom of day and I said with the books already been ordered. It's on the way coast read books all day long. And Yeah, I don't know this change paradigm I try to push it in any way but I do think what this book outlines, which this guy says take thirty thousand a day. It's like one Manana don't do that not without testing and that this is from the book. Now from Jack Sparrow one of the things that people talk about is I can't sleep dog do you have any kind of thing for sleep? Well, if you're low in Vitamin D. That can cause you to not sleep well. At date threes plays a very pivotal role in the body achieving the state needed for deep sleep and very, very important and I have people at tight. You know five, thousand, ten, thousand and some it gets them up for you need to be I think the sweet spots hundred. Seventy, five or this book says more than that, and there's no evidence of it being toxic, but there's more to that some teach you that. But when you're three levels are optimal, you your your immune system, the depth of sleep in the rest that you get there and your metabolism, your metabolism becomes primed to function more edge greatest potential.

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You Cant Outrun Your Fork

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

11:53 min | 1 year ago

You Cant Outrun Your Fork

"And today. We are going to cite you with a show about gluten called. You can't outrun your work. Dr Louis came up with that. Catchy Title I think he stole it. Perhaps from someone else but We liked it so extra. That's right but so we're GONNA talk to you about foods that might cause you to want more of the same and some very exciting testing information that we have been waiting very long time for Where it would be convenient for you and great reports and ways for you to determine gluten or wheat sensitivity so to day Dr Louis Would you explain to us about gluten and why it such a big problem? And why would someone be intolerant to it and you know what does it? 'cause what's the big deal with gluten gluten free so big deal right? I think it is a big deal. some of the research says is one out of one hundred or two out of hundred. That has gluten intolerance ILIAC disease. You know if you have that kind of Gi Issues go see your Gi doctor. So you're in tarnished Get the test made. Although we're going to tell you about tasks that you can do with us that I found to be. Oh my God blow you into new reality of knowledge and understanding again. I'M GONNA go down too much rabbit. Trails You know when I read this thing in interior. Was you know everybody should follow Tara? She really good health coach and she rat some pretty intelligent newsletters. Just like brandy does for Janet May You know I think anyone that puts beans chiles kind of a heathen might not love the Lord. But it's not just about beans beans can have issues too but mostly we don't talk about. Grind grain is not good and some of the myths. 'cause I I really think Janice going to get into more detail than me but and I hear this all the time but I'm eating whole wheat bread because I'm getting whole grains well usually Whole wheat break usually doesn't contain very much of the whole grind because the number one ingredient he's usually called wheat flour There's nips but I love my oatmeal. It's like well. I two or three bowls boat meal per year and I think it's the most nutritious thing you can eat breakfast. I personally think that's very very not true. And I think it's better than a breakfast. You know of sugary cereal but OATMEAL has a pretty high glycemic load. And so I don't think that's a good thing because it generally means when you have a high glycemic stuff. It usually means that you're going to spend the rest of the day over eating because you're hungry because of glycemic index Well you know I think we need to back up a little bit here and tell people why we got so involved with gluten you know before we we tell people. Don't eat gluten you know. It's not good but at the same time we didn't have a personal experience with it or where we could relate to own my goodness. That's what's causing it. If it's many of you have been listening to us for years. Thank you so much or someone that's new. You know the personal history there with why we found this out is because Dr Lewis was experiencing severe stomach pains to the point. He thought he was going to die. I mean I was bitterly I. I was giving him everything that I knew to give him. And you know we know all about nutrition for those of you that don't like me Janice WanNa keep me alive so ninette and happy but he I would give him so many things and it was like nothing was making it right and it got so bad. He tried to take out extra life insurance because he was sure he wasn't going to make it. And you know how God works. He sends people longer path. When it's just your bleakest darkest hour and shows you something you would not have listened to previously and incomes a Representative or actually. We had a a one of our bottom representatives. Tell us about this country. This company called vibrant labs and they did A lot of blood work with just a little bit of blood and we were very excited about it because we thought well you know. We don't really know what we need to have run. We've got a pretty good deal going with our lab companies. Now you guys get great pricing on the labs we you know. I don't know how this is going to help us. And she said but they'll do a gluten test on you and wheat sensitivity and food sensitivity testing and and maybe Dr Lisk and find out what's wrong so when we did the testing at that time it was a blood draw and it had to be a person that came to your office or they came to your house and they drew the blood and then it was sent off Which we did and Dr. Louis came back that he was not only gluten intolerant but he was borderline Celia disease. Which is what that turns into if it's uncontrolled so you know telling someone to quit eating gluten and then seeing it on a on a report where it's glaring at you telling you this is the result of you. Eating gluten is two different things which made us want to start offering this test. So Dr Lewis Stop Gluten. He thought well that's the issue. I'll stop it. He did and immediately. He started feeling better and I thought so. I did the test mine. Wasn't that bad. It wasn't great turns out that anybody who lives in the United States has it to some degree because of the Chemical crawls and the increase in gluten in the grange compared to what it was a few decades ago right and so we both more so than I will make sure he does not eat gluten in a meal and I cannot tell you the difference in how you feel with your digestive system. You know if you're suffering from you know things like bloating and brain fog and and you eat something that you just feel like it. Just you can't. You're not gonNA ever process it. It's probably because you have some sort of an allergy to it But belly pain diarrhoea. Muscle pain anxiety. Headaches nausea confusion numbness. They're all signs of it. And frankly with the lab testing the way it was at the time. And I know many of you and I'm sweating explaining this many of you've been asking us when you're GonNa get this going because we really want to do this We couldn't count on having a person that would draw the blood all the time everywhere because we are able to to draw lab across the United States. It's not always convenient place for someone to get drawn so vibrant look really just came out with The ability to have it as a finger prick test in your home so the way it works is we've said everything up on our website. It's under Specialty panels tab at the top and it explains to you. What all is in this test? And these tests that we've seen before because Dr has looked at them many times from different companies there about three thousand dollars to run what we're running for six hundred dollars and the fact that it can be a finger prick test in your home so you're secure. You don't have to go to a lab which a lot of people are scared of now and it doesn't take that much blood to do. All of this is just. We're just so excited to be bringing it to you But they have what? You're what you'll get for that six hundred dollars as a wheat. Zumur panel a leaky gut panel and a food sensitivity profile panel of ninety. Six foods Where'd you fill out the Hell Star Bay? If you've not done our health survey it'll ask you it. It includes Wheat Gluten and electons. And then you'll be able to pick two more primary foods that you eat the most of and those are added but it it detects wieght and gluten related disorders it aids in this specific recognition of antibodies to wheat peptides including gluten and non gluten components along with intestinal permeability. It allows detection of protein. Antibodies associated with wheat and gluten sensitivities. Were information to reduce monitor and manage the inflammatory effects of those sensitivities. So you'll be able to tail and it. It gives it to you in beautiful reports. It tells you what you may be missing nutritionally not specifically our products but just in general which Dr Lewis will turn around and come up with products that are ours to correlate to these tests. So that you'll know which things you need. So Dr Lewis. Can you explain to us? How Leaky Gut. Why why would we test for that so much? You know what? What is it? We're trying to see with leaky gut. Well the Gluten Causes Zanjan Zanjan opens up the gaps and then the leaky gut can absorb poorly digested food. Proteins back to our microbes and it gets things in your blood stains bloodstream. You don't really want It's just a bad thing. A you know anybody. Listen to enough my podcast. Now that I get in different moods well. I'm in a different mood today. You know you know my main thing I want to say. Today's it's you know we. We named this thing. It's hard to run your Fort It's also hard to lose weight when you have overactive knife and fork so folks you've gotta take responsibility Lake Innis is very very very common number. We'll get into maybe a little bit of detail but you know I looked up. Some research and it said leaking can be reduced by Herbs Courson Journal and Pharmacology And we have had trouble keeping our courson slash Brahma Lane in stock although we have in stock now because there was plenty of research that says corser tend to really really good for things that are Respiratory illnesses you. Draw your own conclusion there but It's really good because it has not just the Carson but rude and Brahma Lane. Pat Pain Pancreatic and which includes lap as protease and analyze. Because you need the enzymes and it's really really good. My Barranca have always always been a my weak area and I've been talking to in the morning to at night and you know it also lowers inflammation because that shows in your c reactive protein. Her chance heart attack and stroke and I've been taking it home I got. I feel better than I felt in years but given up. The gluten was good thing so think about the gut leak in this can be reduced by taking a course. It's not just about lowering your c reactive protein. It's about all kinds of other things. I'd say get away from grains I have plenty of stuff here depend on how much you WanNa get into but You have to you know. Had One patient says well. I did a test and I learned to get off of whatever food was bothering her. The number one is weight Number two is milk like if you have colitis or IBS and again if you WANNA really

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Time to Reset Your Health

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

13:10 min | 1 year ago

Time to Reset Your Health

"Hello and welcome to this week's show. I'm Janet Lewis and Dr Louis and we are here to bring you another exciting show about your health We are calling this when it's time to reset your health because as the country resets their clock and gets back to business and a new normal. It's time that we do the same thing with our health we've Been home many of us and not doing things that are real great for us There are many of you that have we're going to address that as well But there's a whole lot that's been maybe overeating overdrinking doing some things. That might not have been as conducive to your health as what it should be. Even our little dog gained a half a pound during it eating wrong thing so well. She's actually eating right thing. She just ate too much of it. Which is a possibility as well and so Dr List today is going to educate us about What happens to deliver whenever that kind of thing happens The you know the dangers of what drinking too much does to deliver how to get some of that back. We're GONNA talk about doing lab work. Which if the people out here are new. And they don't know about lab work now is the time to get started with finding out. What's going on with your lab will address. That will address. What's in the lab work that helps us to know whether your liver is having an issue and those of you that are needing to do lab work again. Maybe this will kind of prompt you into knowing it's time to get started and kind of getting a new lease on life. So Dr Lewis. Can you guide US and help us with this new normal and help us find our way back to hell or start our health walk? Yeah well I hope to You know first of all you have to know route from wrong Wrongs the fun. Yep Got US in trouble We're GONNA talk about all kinds of things and you know I have people that come in. Well I can't lose weight or this or this. The problem is they're focusing incorrectly. And it's really hard to sometimes get somebody to understand. It's really about your focus and where you're putting your energy Only when you see the wellness that you won't rather than illness that you have. Will you heal? It's really that simple. But that's not simple today The the fear weakens your immune system and we've seen many many examples of that so we're mostly Gio. Janet wanted talk about liver She didn't want to because we she was reading. An article says Drinking you know kind of decreases. Your mental function is like well battering now. I don't drink habe never have but Sometimes people have a better liver than others. And you know I learned when I was not paying a slow metabolize. Alcohol therefore can do much but some of the liver symptoms that you may not think about could be dizziness. Dry Skin barring feet Itchy skin blurred vision. Some people take labor stuff and say well. Yeah I don't know it's weird my Beijing's better Excessive hair falling out Skin Rashes Metallic taste exam for example. But you know liver gallbladder feeling queasy or headaches over the Is or after a high fat meal. You're having issues burping belching bloating WanNa throw up can be a liberal slash gall bladder and you know if you think you have a bad issue you should always see a GI doctor in tarnished. If you're stools get light colored or Greasy Green he to use laxatives all the time. It could be any to be a lot of other things but Livers really important and I say this about the liver and I said about the thyroid. It you know it's L. saying if mom ain't happy nobody happy The liberal functions about pretty high select. I think it's a court and a half of blood it filters per minute and that's a lot so it has to convert things conversion of Glucose And actually protein into fat It acts as a storage storage unit for vitamins minerals. Sugar aren't and other needed compounds. There's so many possibilities and pretty much Janet. I don't have any notes for the show so forgive me if I really go down the rabbit trails but I think maybe he's been drinking too much. I'm not really sure now. Just kidding not yet. I wish you know we're talking amount of Munich system too and we're GONNA get into that cows. Brian Ask something about what did I think was best You know one thing you have to do to build them in house. You have to reduce inflammatory triggers and that could be many different things you have to build a metabolic reserve and the reason I went. There is because I just told you that the liver is a storehouse for many of those things You have to maintain barrier function EMMYS. Gi Track those at have constant chronic diarrhea Or even constipation the Abbey S. thing Many have all sorts of food. Sensitivities Gluten is probably the biggest one dairies probably number two. It it's easier if you avoid or eliminate the antigens or are the things that you're sensitive or allergic to an you once I got up gluttonous like holy cow. I feel so much better. But you have to create a healthy microbiome and and it's very very important so I'm really proud. That Big John. Sort of encouraged me to make the Combo. Chico's it really does help and I take massive amount of our encapsulated probiotics. Janet puts a lot of work into you. Know getting the best and at the at the best cost too. There's many many many things that you can do So you have to think about the GI essentials the glutamate immunoglobulins which would be the FBI. The probiotics And I had a guy here yesterday. Real young happy guy at remodels houses and he says you know I went for two months hurts about. Couldn't even work and now I got on this to merit complex and one other thing I can't reverse it in Bronwyn. Yup Okay Karston Brine and then to Mary Complex he said. I don't hard it. All of vitamin D is very very important. So laborers very important One of the things you know with a drinking extra during this time in our livers being affected by The drinking a whole lot. You're actually at risk for a niacin deficiency which you'd never do think about Niacin but that's It's a very big conversion factor that turns into trip to fan so you need to Maybe increase your Nice in which we have nice and slow release so it doesn't give you that fleshed feeling helps lower cholesterol to And then the other thing and what you are doing because of the alcohol Steph is actually shrinking your brain to some degree and causing Alzheimer's Type Symptoms. But one of the things to help with that is called in a see it snack itself form of an Amino. Acid is another useful tool is actually known to reduce alcohol consumption and withdrawal symptoms in rodents and cut down cravings in humans. So don't be a rodent. They had a steady a people who averaged one drink a week. Or Binge Drink Zero point three days a month knack increase the likelihood of alcohol abstinence and reduced drinks per week and drinking days per week in a sees. Also a huge mucus thinner Which we always give to people for lung function because that helps them expelled. The Mucus And we carried here. It's called in a C. But it's very beneficial for brain function because it may decrease levels of oxidative damage by protecting might Akon drill function and in doing so reduce. Alzheimer's risk especially when you combine it with poet asset. Dr Lewis is big fan of lap. Oik ACID SO. I thought it was very interesting that you could actually have something the helps detoxify your liver help with your brain and help reduce cravings for wanting the alcoholic in the first place

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Depression Loves Junk Food

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

09:49 min | 1 year ago

Depression Loves Junk Food

"Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Green Wisdom Health show. I'm John Lewis. And I'm Dr Louis and we are going to talk to you today about depression. Don't we sound excited about it The name of this show is called. Depression loves junk food and the reason we chose this for all of you out there listening is because we know a lot of you guys are very depressed and we realized that the more depressed. You are the more junk food. You're eating and sadly more the junk food restaurants are open because a good restaurants are not open as of yet in many states so We're kind of left with the drive-thrus now and so Dr Lewis is going to tell us today. About how that correlates. He's going to educate us a little bit about something called biofilms which Many of you probably not heard of. But they're actually one of the causes as to why you want to eat some bad food so it's not all in your head and we're going to help you make sense of it and we're going to help give you a plan to help you make better choices. So Dr Lewis. Can you put all this together for us to teach us about biofilms? You know and I think part of the reason we're doing this show is because you know we're in the middle of this too and it seems like ever since we ate a Brownie. That was not gluten free. And it had all the regular bad steph in it we've been craving more and more junk and we've been feeling worse and worse mentally so we thought with it's happening to us and we should know better We definitely need to educate you guys. So you have a clue as to what's going on with you so Dr Lous pull us out of the whole Pulis. Neal is go down a rabbit hole. Pull out of the rabbit hole and get us back to health and happiness and eating correctly. Well Pete Pete up in Missouri Concordia I think Columbia Concordia. He said I wish you'd just quit talking about rabbit holes. Just get to it so sorry. Pete can't do it. I don't know I re- I refuse to go down there. You know to into depression because I come from a family of very negative depressed people and it's like I'll be damned if I'm going to do that. I dislike. I see what they get you. I'm GonNa have fun and I finally figured out that I'm old and my sleep. Somebody said why do you know you're GonNa die in your sleep? Said because I'd fat at son of a gun trying to take me awake so we're going to have fun at the s There there's a lot that I really really really want to say and you know thinks about it. Is You know just? I don't even know you know we live in an illusion or delusion that we think we can control things and because the Internet makes us really really intelligent not really doesn't it makes you somewhat educated but it makes you an educated fool so we think more knowledge gives us more understanding which gives us more control and it really doesn't so during this time. I'm GonNa tell you what you can't control. You can't control whether somebody else follows the social distancing roles you can't control the actions of others feel like I'm Jeff Foxworthy If you can't control predicting what will happen you might be a redneck. You can't control other people's motives you can't control the amount of toilet paper in the store God is going to be fun. You can't control how long this is going to last and I personally think it's ninety percent crap bowl but that's me Join shooting straight with Dr Lewis and you can see me and my mask. It's made out of crown rule bag and yes. I emptied to sucker and gained three pounds. So That's how much OB- stressed eight because I'm guilty but you can't control how other people react so the the things you can't control a little matter at least I tell people you can't control that you can influence a lot of things you can always control your positive attitude. You can make that. You can turn off the news which it'd be really fun. If everybody did it would get over there. Salama quickly Feet you can find fun things to do at home and Janet just rolls her eyes when I bought another bucket of weird colored pint sock start paint rocks with grandkids. You can control whether you follow the CDC recommendations or not but you do control that you can't control others. You can limit your social media if itch negative unfriendly which there's two or three. I'm thinking about unfriendly but I think that helps me practice my Christianity WanNa deal with idiots such as one or two or three You can control your own social distancing if you think that is really a thing but most importantly you can control whether you're graceful and kind to other people and then and that's what I think we need. More of this is kindness so We'll talk a little technical stuff If you'd like anti I'm sorry my smart Alexa Way out today. Don't believe everything you think. Sometimes it's gone through the wrong map the wrong filter so We won't talk about bow films a little bit. I guess. That's what Janet you know. What is about them while the people have done the consult with me? I'll tell them. Well you're chlorides little on the low side your proteins a little low and if you don't die digest protein you cannot digest bow films and you have what we call a stealth pathogenic usually is yeast fungus buyers. Whatever it can be a lot of different things. But they these little micro organisms organisms they adapt and mutate. And so you have to have certain things that can allow you to get past the bow film and kill the infection and yes your body knows how to do it. It just needs the raw materials in in order for that to happen. So you know when I'm practicing I try to be integrative and holistic which you know that's really really a good thing to be. I don't think a reductionist Way of looking at things has gotten us very far but sometimes when a patient comes in they feel like they have no power at all and they're they're struggling with something they don't understand. Try to get it simple for them. I say well. It's too many toxins not enough nutrients one or the other or both and I get a lot of people when they consult with made that cry and I'll say I'm sorry. Did I say something to hurt? Your painless Nice. And now you're the first one that listened to in acts like you understand what Janet and I've gone through this stuff to people that complain about fatigue brain fog. I love it when I say brain fog. I know exactly what to do And it gets most of them Great Relief and that's the been photo man you've heard me talk about it and People that talk about digestive complaints. Well it's digestive enzymes and you need these things to help. Cut The bow FEM and two more properly in more Thoroughly Digest your food so that does not go down and create leaky gut. I'm mentioned a whole lot of different supplements and there's always somebody won't to hook onto Janet and my train and somebody said the other day. Well you know you said this and this and this about immune system and I would like to introduce my article about bovine colostrum and that helps immune system to. I'm not GonNa let that particular person get on our train and ride it but yes boven colostrum works. I take it. We have it here. You probably never heard me talk about it but if you're not taking SBI which is a bovine derived immunoglobulin. You're missing the boat. I don't care what you've got the ought to be thrown that stuff in your body every day You heard me talk last week. I don't know what we were talking about. Might have been sugar diabetes. Whatever and I said too much. Sugar Equals fewer vegetables equals. Less zinc equals. Poor taste equals more sugar. That's the vicious cycle that we get into and I think that's GONNA lead into why sometimes we get on this junk food journey and that helps feed the things that create bow films like the Candida Fungus. There's actually a book that says cancers of Fungus by Dr Simon Seaney and frankly it's kind of rare to get a book that just blows me away intellectually disguise. What the heck over my head. But I think if I had a bad cancer. I think I'd go see him at Rome Italy but read the book Cancers a fungus in the nurse. You know plenty of research. Studies like out of Johns Hopkins at talks about sugar can contribute greatly to creating cancer because it feeds the yeast fungus and these bow films are not broken down. So how do you break down? Abou- him well one thing you do. Is You take digestive enzymes. Because it has the things to break them down.

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Comfort Food Uncomfortable?

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Comfort Food Uncomfortable?

"Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Green Wisdom Health show. I'm Janet Lewis and Dr Louis and we are hoping this show find you guys doing well staying out of the viruses way and being healthy and with that we've noticed a few of your post with some pictures on it of things we thought we might should address Called is comfort food making you uncomfortable. Because as good as this all his tasting there may be some consequences coming down the pike for eating incorrectly. So Dr Lewis is going to help educate us today and tell us about maybe some ways that we can try to stay healthier during this time because they are very much correlating people. That are getting this to being unhealthy. So if you're new to the show we're going to tell you ways that you can start getting healthy your listeners of our show We appreciate you very much and GonNa make a special offer for you at the end of the show and Have a couple of questions to answer. So Dr Lewis. Now that you're all doing good over there and stay in peppy and healthy. Can you tell us how to stay out of the Sugar Bowl? I'm sorry go ahead. Yeah I got the look on that one You know week so ago. Jonathan said you know we were talking about stress on the shooting straight with Dr Louis facebook group which I wish more people would join because we have fun here He said a little blue bunny would help. I said Bluebell had blue bell last night but I changed the microbiome in my gut Enough that it didn't really taste the same and then Brian Down in Florida Kinda got in it and said Bluebells Stress Reliever Law Dead Blue Bell again last night. I've done some stress eating because Well there's much more good things coming out of people under stress and there's a few people that are spending a little more Benham and I sugar. You know I'd. I'd much rather have sugar than alcohol when I'm stressed but and I've gained two pounds. Yep Two pounds and it makes me uncomfortable and its people at have Tennessee toward diabetes and heart disease and door high blood pressure which I think is the same thing as heart disease. They're the ones that Are much much much more susceptible to this cove? Nineteen and many other things so you but you've got understand just because the media says it long enough in loud enough doesn't necessarily make it true because I just talked to lady that Works in both of the big hospitals here and she says now. We're not busy at all. She says Kobe. Nineteen is a thing. But it's about ninety percent smoke mirrors and not real You know here's that. Thank though as the media pushing all this fear and death. I don't know but I'm GonNa tell you. Fear doesn't Stop Death. It stops laugh in life as we know it now. Worrying doesn't take away tomorrow's troubles it only takes away today's peace and I hope that you will remember that and you know that being said something that would be applicable anytime. Are you a viewer or a doer? They're so many people as gathering information and not doing anything with it. The Bible says faith without works is dead. So if you're not doing you know because the Internet. There's a lot of viewers a lot of people that are gathering information. Not Do anything with it so I would invite you to take action because the only thing that determines your health or destiny is whether you choose to live big. Imagine big and do it. Go big or go. Home is my advice to you. You know I'm not really bold and and rob up in Lake Orion Michigan Lubbock Guy. He said he's talking about my mask. Don't shoot straight with my crown. Royal made out of a crown royal bag and he says I think you're the kind of person that doesn't like the word can't said your psychic because I know I I'm in charge my destiny. I think we'll let you know at my age. I looked back at all the things I've worried about. Ninety nine percent didn't come true and the one percent that did country wasn't half as bad as I thought is going to be anyway so folks life's too short not to be having fun and our job here. Our Goal Janet and my goal is to help you be healthy enough to feel good to have life have life more abundantly and feel good. Why you get there. They lend good. It's a lot easier to have fun and isn't lap supposed to be fun.

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Maintaining an Attitude of Gratitude

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

08:59 min | 1 year ago

Maintaining an Attitude of Gratitude

"I'm Janet Lewis and Dr Louis and we are going to bring you an episode today. Say Combo one is Part of it's called maintaining an attitude of gratitude and the other is to teach you about some different immune products that you may not be aware of so during this Little Thai were having at home alone. y'All can maintain your health. Then have a better chance. When this little wave comes through that you will be in a better spot so You know one of its being positive staying emotionally up lifted. The other is actually taking some products to help. Keep your immune system where it needs to be and for all of you out there that have been purchasing recently which there has been tons. Kudos to you trying to maintain your health during this and staying on your programs because this is where it starts really paying off and For those of you who are new to our show. We're going to give you a little bit. Hope here and tell you some quick things you might want to start doing to give yourself a better fighting chance Dr Lewis. Can you help us today? With maintaining an attitude of gratitude and educating us a little bit about some of the supplements that we may not know too much about well. We'll see what we get into. We were listening. You know. Jannine are being oscillated marseils which we're fine with each other. That's really kind of fun to hang with her but We were doing was watching TV Sunday and in the preacher talked about. We listen to several. Preacher talked about Psalms Ninety one and I got the Bible out and I've got all kinds of markers in there including a very beautiful picture of our sweet granddaughter. But there was no marker in Psalms Ninety One. I opened the Bible and it went directly to Psalms Ninety One. Now freaky is that And what that says he is alone. He alone is my refuge. My Place of safety is my God. Not Trusting the verse. Three says he will rescue you from every trap and protect you from deadly disease. He goes on and on and on Yes this is the thing and and when we talk about supplements for immune system health. We're not make any claims about what it can do with Kobe. Nineteen is just if you believe. Your body has Immune system you know one of the best things you can do is to help your immune system help you the CDC actually come out and say that vitamin D might be advantageous for them to actually say that it might be advantageous We thought was a pretty big deal so we thought we might mention Vitamin D. A little bit so I in that kind of the way. The story went unnoticed. Sal Janet so skilfully keeps me from going down rabbit trails. That was really good Yeah it was a former. Cdc chief identifies the possibility curbing some of the corona virus This was a guy from two thousand nine to two thousand seventeen I think. Cdc Director says it's a possibility and they although not proof that vitamin D may strengthen. Immune system noticeably say possibility in May Particularly those that are vitamin D levels are low and then they go on to say that. That's about forty percent of and I say bull on that or I say bacon sandwiches pastor rusty would say although his wife tells him quit saying Bacon Sandwich inappropriate. But we do. Labs on GOBS and gobs of people in their vitamin D if it's highs thirty to forty and these people say but I'm in southern California. I'm on Beach Florida every day. I don't care. Your vitamin D is Low. And it's not even beginning to get adequate in my opinion. Tila hits fifty and above and I'd love to keep mine around eighty ninety but I don't have the gut absorption to do that so I think everybody needs to take it. It needs to be taken with heaven knowing. What's there you know? You need the lab. I think so. it Well in the other part of that is Because a lot of our probably written down to their local health food store by some vitamin D Are they all created equal? I mean do. They absorb the same way. Well you know. That's a good question Tucson Arizona. This Jack Speer Coast Survival podcast. One time and he has about quarter million listeners. Night they'd come on become you know patients and want me to help him. God Amon nightside while I'm taking five or ten thousand. Many of them said fiber ten thousand units a day. I'll say well it's not working finally got tired of hearing it and I did the statistics on it. Ninety three percent of everybody taken five thousand. I use a day or more was not working. And that's because they weren't getting the pharmaceutical type grade or why high is that? Oh I don't know a lot of supplements out there like you're crazy ex wife but well and and that's why we do the one with the K. as well right for people that have an absorption problem. Because I think there's more going on than just taking a vitamin D or zinc and isn't there. I mean yeah it. It really is the day mobilizes the calcium and then the K- helps shunt it back where it should be. Which is out of your coronary arteries out of your joints and it should be back into the brain and not into your kidneys. Mike and Kidney Stones so yeah I I I start with the D Three K. Two and a good ratio that Yeah this article. Further goes on to say Vitamin D supplementation reduces the risk of respiratory infection regulate side. O'connor cytokine production and can can limit the risk of other viruses such as influenza soap. Remember the words King. Remember that I I WANNA get into it lighter I hope because when you get a respiratory infection or many other. Saadane storms it. It becomes a kind of a vicious cycle. And it's a good thing but too much of it is not a good thing and I made a note here if I can find it Cytokines well-known chemical associated with inflammation has been oscillated in patients with all forms of coladas now. So we went from respiratory Toco Ladas. I'm not saying you have your head up your that comes from a journal of Perennial Interior nutrition and it also goes on these notes. I said toxic intestinal bacteria can produce interleukins another form of inflammatory chemicals and it comes from Journalism -nology journal free radical biology so these so-called cytokines storms can get to be really serious serious thing not just with your respiratory system. Although that's what's getting most of the attention now. So it's anytime you have inflammation inflammation good thing. That's protective your body's trying to protect you but it can get to be too much and get to be a vicious cycle so the cytokines are inflammatory proteins and it helps attack the so called germ or bacteria or virus but it can do so much. That actually hurts the body. At least in Mobility weight-loss eroding muscle tissues and power defined disease in itself and. I think that's one of the big things with people that have fibromyalgia thinks like that. You know super chronic pain syndromes in and this is almost always caused by a virus or bacteria according to most of the notes operate so wonder about he at chronic. What to do about it. Well you have to have a good week. Vitamin complex and like Janet said. They're not all signed. They're really not there's Things that the some of the higher ups are talking about vitamin C. whether it's orally or or the Pro Neolithic enzymes. That's pretty seriously Important and I hope I get to some other notes. We talk about bow films and Protease Enzymes. Zinc men are some. Oh my God good research about Q. And we use Kyushu with online. Because it has a synergistic effect and has the probiotic enzymes. That makes it work better within itself

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Burning Up Those Stubborn Calories

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

10:04 min | 1 year ago

Burning Up Those Stubborn Calories

"Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Green Wisdom Health show. I'm Janet Lewis and I'm Dr Louis and we are going to educate you this. We gone how to burn up those stubborn calories that all of you are now trying to get rid of from these wonderful holiday season that we had and you might have. I've been trying to get rid of some before the wonderful holiday season we had but it was a great excuse to keep eating so We're going to tell you a few things that you can do. Naturally we're we're going to offer you some supplements recommendations about Some things you can take to help speed it up and burn it up and we're also going to answer some very important questions that you guys have been writing into us Dr Lewis. I'M WANNA put him on the spot because he doesn't really know what I'm going to ask him so we'll see how that turns out anybody's been married word you've been on the spot all those years. Anyway it's kind of fun so we're going to answer things like I follow all the rules but I still can't lose weight. I'm just getting old and my metabolism is slow. It's genetic there's nothing new about weight loss. How many of you have heard that one? I mean we've heard that on these last impounds just won't go away. I feel like I should give up and there are certain foods. I can't stop eating even though I suspect they're bad for me so we're going to help you figure out what to do to stop eating those and don't you have a weight loss pill you can give me. I can't tell you how many times people called our office asked. Do we have appeal. I to this day. Don't believe that we have discovered the magic pill. The doctor lous though I had a lady walk in one time she said. Can you help me lose weight. I said Yep being follow the rules. I said how much you need Lou. She said forty two pounds because she's going to class reunion. I said all right how long long you want me to. Or how long are you going to give me to help you with this. She says three weeks took Munaf out of my pocket opened up. The Blade says wish leg K.. Hey I've tried everything to lose weight. Maybe I need to accept myself as fat and give up my skinny clothes. Don't be doing body shaming that going on in lot now on TV. It's like will. You should not be making fun of people for being overweight but at the same time you should not accept that that is normal because we're healthy because as you're saying hey it's okay if you have diabetes heart attack stroke because you know we're we're just large so we're going to address that it's not your genetics go nutrition and diet strategies that work for others don't seem to apply to me so maybe there's a reason that happening will discuss. And then I lose five pounds and then I regained seven it so frustrating and I know women say that a lot so moon due to eh if any of those statements are resonating with you than hold onto your hats because we are going to tell you perhaps one of the most important secrets of all is at your hormones could be out of whack and there are things you can do about that. So doctor Lewis. I guessed the number one thing that would make you out of whack to gain. Weight is a estrogen imbalance. Well that could be. You've heard me say pesticides. Odds plastics and fire retardants. But there there are so many different things that can and mimic estrogen. There Call Zeno Estrin. ESTROGENS ARE ESTROGEN ESTROGEN MIMIC hers. And that's why us. Men have low testosterone generally and swan little girls develop breast and national cycle many years before they should because we have so many of does that are just prevalent In our society the plasticizers or fe lights And you know you really can't avoid it it's better to do do without as many as possible but You know use glasser. CERAM ACRE CAST IRON. You know when you can but Yeah these estrogen. Mimic IRS Whether you're a man or woman we do a very is trademarked. A Damn Diangelo methane which is the Sharks is end. All three carbon all goes to diangelo methane But that's what you get in Broccoli Cauliflower Brussel sprouts Kale but you know you can't eat eight sixty pounds of that a day and if you could your wife couldn't stand the gas so it's easier just to eat you know the type the dam and that helps take out their conjugate these bad estrogens and the other thing is it helps increase testosterone. It helps increase free and weakly bound testosterone. And I'm sorry Janet I was just talking about a man there I was thinking this was our magic weight loss pill because you know on on on female that damn actually makes a woman get her shape back to the way it was when she was younger. It's through the hips you. You know because that's where the bad estrogen balances stored it's through the Tummy area and hips. And where if you if you need a bra in inner back because you get those fouls where your bra strap goes and you know. I've had women say well I'm not losing weight on. It is like it's not really for White Law. She she usually lose five six pounds. Maybe ten But you're cleaning up your body. People are so adamant soaring trying to clean it. Maligning language tr- so adamant about Detox while he's got a detox every day so the dam is very very important. Man What it did did for me is it made my prostate very very healthy. Well on a woman whenever they tell you that that is the main reason that they can't lose weight. Eight in relation to win a man loses. Weight is because of estrogen dominance. I think it's a stress living with her husband but it could be. I could be wrong. Well we've been on birth earth control pills all the all the kind of things that make estrogen higher. You know eating the meat. That's full of antibiotics. All that stuff you know. They're shot up with all all kind of chemicals that create an estrogen balance. Now you know meet Gets a bad rap and Janice Janez ride about the The antibiotics antibiotics and the ESTROGENS. But don't think red meat's bad you and it's not causing global warming. If people think me causes global global warming they know absolutely nothing about carbon sequestration You don't buy into it but get the good meat nowhere. Your meat comes comes from and make sure it's raised properly well and you should be eating more vegetables as well because I know a lot of this Kito Diet and all that staff you do a whole lot of protein. You should be doing a whole lot of vegetables. Also because that helps absorb the fiber helps absorb some of those Excreted access estrogens on the true. I mean more vegetables but if there's spraying those chemicals on them they're just as bad if not worse I than the mate. So that's why I tell people even if you're not getting any more nutrient density you're not getting the chemicals or the same amount on a chemical so go organic grow your own if he can. That's why Jack Speer Co the survival podcast. He teaches you how to do that. But more vegetables absolutely absolutely better fat absolutely and more of it. I'm a big fan of Kito. That's the one and in all the studies that's the one where people lose twice as much weight as any other died and keep it off and we had a picture of Tony from up in Nebraska and he says thank you Dr Louis Raskin mayor. You ready to get whale. And he's given me a little bit of credit. I won't Tony. You look good hundred pounds lighter and I'm glad I could help but you've got to take credit. You did the work and you had the motivation. So God bless you. You're an inspiration to other people. Exactly he did the work. which is the big deal? No excuses Tony. You never had them. And that's why you got success. So our problem with burning up those stubborn calories number two do is excess n Selanne and which we check that on lab and most doctors. Don't would you talk a little bit about the lab for those of you that or new to listening to our podcast You know we had a lady in here yesterday. This YUP got a couple of panels a lab and we were like. Oh boy what. Two three hours hours for the doctor's office to send it to us and then we were disappointed is lying when you're talking about this excess estrogen and you're talking about insulin. Can you explain a little bit about what you do differently. And what you're running and what you're looking for and how you see that even if you're in a Even if your glucose is okay and you're a one C is okay okay you know. He wants season ninety. Two hundred and twenty day blood sugar average even if they're okay but the insulin gets excessive And the range depending dependent on the lab goes from about two to nineteen or two to twenty four and I tell people that is not normal. That's what's going on in America if insulin get somewhere around five six seven eight and higher it to start. Creating let's excess glucose so the body turns it into triglycerides Oculus rods and boo boos all sorts of different cholesterol markers. Then the track list Roger Create into the liver and the liver can't process it which probably can't because you've been doing too many carbs and sugars. Then you get your liver enzyme started going high you get the stones and your liver. They migrate down the Billy area. ATTRAC- go into the gallbladder and you get gallstones and then you get your gall bladder taken out. It's just a cascade of all kinds of things You don't WanNa go go there. But that's why we check and there are so many different things that can help with insulin

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Tips For Dealing With Anxious Kids

Short Wave

10:34 min | 1 year ago

Tips For Dealing With Anxious Kids

"Today on the show life gets corey. Turner and Anya Chemnitz. Give us tips for dealing with anxious. Kids I want you to meet a little boy from Central Ellen Oi at five he loves to draw and wear capes and play with the Wooden Sword that his dad made by eight or nine he also has this constant pit of the stomach. Feeling that something's about to go wrong. He's scared of storms and high places when he flies on an airplane he can clearly feel it breaking in half and imagine what it would be like to get sucked out most most of the time. Nobody else can see all of this worry and he doesn't talk about it because it's either normal. Nobody talks about it or it's not normal. That's super embarrassing. Finally after forty years he describes his fear to someone else a doctor. The WHO very quickly gives a name this shadow. He's been living with all his life anxiety. And this is a hard story for me to share on on you because it's my story. This is me and I'm sharing it because it's also a lot of other kids stories right now and this episode. This is all about how we grownups can help them. So they don't have to live quite so long in the shadows. Thank you for Sharing Cory. Thanks for listening hard. I know I know but I really respect it because you know childhood is a growing issue right now. It's one of the most important mental health issues. He's out there. Researchers have found that one in five kids will experience anxiety that rises to a clinical level before Leci- now most of that experts say won't last no but some will without help where we going so we are going to Dr Danny Pines on campus It's in building fifteen at the National Institutes of health north of Washington. DC and. I'm here because in my research on childhood anxiety nearly everyone. I've spoken with has asked me the same question. Danny Pine people I really respect told me they really respect a guy named Danny Pine. Anytime would be a great person to talk to you about that. Dr Danny Pine Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the National Institute Institute of Mental Health. And he's one of the world's top anxiety researchers will so the main thing to know about anxiety is that it involves some level of perception about danger so when somebody's anxious or afraid they're concerned about harm harm. That hasn't happened yet and that's takeaway number one. Anxiety is fundamentally a fear of the future and all of its unpredictability. We're all born with some anxiety because we need it. Young children are naturally afraid of strangers. That's an adaptive thing they're afraid of separation. That's an adaptive thing. These fears have have stuck because they've helped keep us safe but full blown anxiety happens when these hardwired fears get amplified. It's somebody turn up the volume volume and they last longer than us most when it goes into the one to two month range. That's that's where parents should really start Thinking about it worrying about it. Danny suggests your child's pediatrician is a great place to start we. We should also say corey that our understanding of why anxiety affects some kids but others has really changed and parents reach out to us and we heard this question. Can I passing anxiety the onto my kids. The answer is yes it is somewhat genetic but we also know that stressors in a child environment are also really influential triggers. There's like poverty bullying violence in the neighborhood. Racism or factors even closer to home like abuse or apparent addiction. All all of these can increase a child's risk of anxiety. Now take away number to look for the signs of anxiety. We spoke doc with a colleague of Danny's Dr Crystal Lewis. She's also a clinical researcher at NIH who provides therapy too anxious kids we just look at the level of interference appearance for the symptoms We look at yes avoidance behaviors. But are there things that child really wants to do or needs to be doing and they can't do those things and so if you feel you're you're hitting a wall in terms of trying to get the child to do those things that might be another Indicator that You know we should get some help so Rachel Imam in Belgrade. Montana says her six year old son is avoiding something that for. Many children is their favourite part of the school day. He doesn't like recess he just started kindergarten. Mom Mom I love school. I don't like recess so unstructured time seems to be the worst and it's not just recess. We have like a super cool splash park in our little town and he refuses and I'm not going to drag him. I'M NOT GONNA draw a crying kid out and stick him in the water like that's not fun. We heard this kind of thing from so many parents corey. I mean. My child is terrified to do something that I know is not gonNA hurt him that. I think that he might actually love what I do. So we're going to go step by step now through some strategies adages that we hope will help. All of you grown-ups out there and your children takeaway number three before you do anything else says Rosemary truly of sesame workshop tried tried to help your child relax. You're not going to be able to move forward until you get them to calm down and I think that is just so important. Know what you can do physically only to reset their system so that you can then have a conversation okay. So in that heightened moment how do you break through. It's so important to learn these belly leave breathing techniques because that deep belly breathing. Cleansing breaths is a re centering of your physical Michael System on. You feel like every episode we do we end up circling back to that episode. We did a while ago with cookie. Monster Alma God. How can I forget the the power of belly breathing? Pretty good tried again okay. So let's see you managed to calm your child down what's next takeaway number four. You need to validate date. Your child's fear. We heard from lots of parents who say they really struggled to know how to respond when their kids worry about really unlikely things especially if their fears getting in the way of busy daily routine or maybe a fun. Family Outing Dr Chris. Lewis offered some suggestions. She gives to grownups. Who in the moment? If you'll stymie by what seems like a child's irrational fears. I know that you're feeling uncomfortable right now. I know these are scary feelings. You want to personify personify the anxiety and so you can almost say you know we know that this is our worry brain and so using the language so the kids understand okay. Mom knows dad knows that I'm feeling uncomfortable right now. I'm feeling anxious. I have to admit on your actually use the worry brain line on my kids the other day I said Oh sorry guys thousand my worry brain I love it I love it. Yeah and here's another. Don't from Rose Marie if your child's afraid of something say like a tornado or a car crash believe in. Don't just tell them. Oh that's never gonNA GONNA happen so no matter. How rational you think the fear is? You need to validate it and make sure your child feels heard. Quite this makes me think of that. Mom We heard from earlier Rachel all the one whose son was terrified of splash park. I mean is it ever okay to just make your child do what they fear. This prince suspected Dr Danny Pine Takeaway number five one of the things that we've learned from watching kids over time and helping kids who are having problems with anxiety diety is that we've learned how important it is to face your fears. Okay so this is a tough assignment for some parents because they know just how stressful it can be for their kids to do something. That's new that they're worried about but we heard the same thing from every single expert. So here's Dr Louis. The more that you avoid or don't do certain things things. It's almost implicitly teaching the child that there is a reason to be anxious or afraid. So it's important that children understand you know things are going to be difficult in in life. Things are going to be scary. We can do them as I say and I tell some of my patients you can feel scared. That's okay we're going to do it anyway. And that sets us up for takeaway number six help your child build a sense of control. This is crystals job helping kids face their fears. It's called cognitive behavioral therapy and a big part heard of that is exposure therapy and she is a big fan of baby steps. Yes Oh she shared the story of one eight year old girl who was so afraid of throwing up that she actually wasn't eating entering flu season. She was too scared to go to school and kiss. Some of the other kids may throw up. Yes so how do you baby step your way through that just a little little warning. We're about to say the word vomit a lot. We did a lot of practice which included Buying vomit spray off Amazon and vomits Lever Jelly beans. We did a a lot of practicing Up to the point where we create they plate against the point seriously. All you need to know corey is did it work. You're slowly but yes she got to the point where she was in school and One of the peers had vomited in the classroom and she comes into session and she was just like someone vomit in my class and I ran to the corner of the classroom and she's just like didn't help but I was there in the classroom which really showed some growth and so she was just very proud of the progress so she was making in the past she would have ran out of the classroom to the counsel's office and then the school fit like the next week. So Dr Lewis says that US parents when our kids kids are making baby steps on this or really anything. That's hard for them. You know you use small meaningful rewards along the way like maybe picking what movie we watch and family movie night or or maybe they get to stay up an extra ten minutes and so little by little with these baby steps. Your child starts building. Her confidence facing facing your fears is important. But kids don't have to do it all at once.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Passive microwave spectrum. In other words, if there's no bounds or boundaries put on the, the wavelengths that they actually want to work in it could bleed over into the microwave area which we know is very important if not the most important satellite component into the weather prediction systems. There's been some studies done. I don't think they've been released yet, but studies done by NASA, which shows a. A significant impact on the quality of the radiance is in the passive microwave. And from what I could tell those, those that those degradations, if they actually manifest themselves, would basically wipe out about twenty thirty years worth of advances in satellite observations, so and, and their importance in the models of our need to be emphasized. But we also use those channels just just to observe what you know, sustains situational awareness. So the impacts of real were still working to bring the science and, and, and the results to, to the decision makers, and we'll see how this pans out, but we have we've, we've indicated that the impacts are significant and. And we've been able to show that through various study. So we'll have to stay tuned to see how this all works. Absolutely. I do wanna now shift because I'm big announcement. You made recently that you are running for next president of the World, Meteorological Organization. So I wanna talk about that tell tell the listeners what the WMO is what it's purposes. I know you've been the permanent Representative for the US for the past few years. So tell us elite WMO one o one for the listeners and, and what your goals are if you're elected president. Yes. So the World Meteorological Organization is, is, as specialize agency of the United Nations is one of the first that was actually spun up as the as the United Nations was created after World War Two it, it, it provides a, a platform will use the word platform to ensure. Or that, there are a standardization's of global observations. There's, there's a resolution forty that was eventually pass by the WMO that points to the free and open exchange of data which has been a very important part of the various modeling centers around the globe of being able to tap into the same data streams as they run their global models. As an example, the we've worked climate weather, and now water issues is hydrology component of, of the WMO. And in every way we, we worked to bring the latest advancements to the table through the science part, the commission on atmosphere sciences, the world climate research programme as. Samples to not only improve the nature of the forecast, but make them relevant to the, to the world, citizens that are becoming increasingly vulnerable to these extreme events. And we know that, that's, that's a fact we see this through independent analysis being done by the economic community, for example, in the political world political community. So this is the this is the this is the stage that the that the weather services around the world. Meet discuss agree to in important ways that allows us to tap into the global observing system. That's so essential to our own local forecast, as an example. So it's a very important organization. And I you know, I interested in, in being the president of this organization for a number of reasons which I'm show, we'll get into. I know you have I know you have sort of three key focus areas that you have put forth. Tell us about those three focus areas that are essential platform, your, your campaign narrative. Well, the, the, the, the world needle, logical organization has decided with the last congress, and we have to understand that the congress is held every four years. It's weird decisions are made so four years ago, a decision was made to restructure WMO. Make it more efficient and more focused on the needs and to allow that to drive the services and the and, and the science that we should be looking at I've done. This is something that I've had to work through in the various organizations. I've led within the United States, including the weather service. So I'm very adept at that. In the reason, I, I feel that this is important is that we could position the WMO to become a more efficient, an agile organization to be looking at these. X these challenges that we're facing with extreme weather, water, and climate events and the linkage in and to break down to stovepipes to look at the linkages amongst.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Stated that there are you had already noted it forecast is us all the models that we have access to our own. Of course, the navy that Canadian European the UK met we use all of those end. Increasingly the forecasters as as we attempt to forecast for extreme events further out in time, we are incr-. Recently using the samba versions of those models. And I think that's really important understand that the we're looking at an envelope of solutions as, as we March forward and the real issue now is being able to extract the most likely solution from those installs, and it's actually pretty important that the models not only have variability that we can we can rely on and understand so that we can then set our systems up to in our attempts to statis- in a statistical fashion extract the best forecasts. So it's really important that people understand that our forecasters have access to these wide range of models and they use this input in, in a collective way in an attempt to extract the best forecast, which is one of the reasons. During the hurricane season where especially emphasizing, you know, foul, the, the official forecast, which in many cases turns out to be the best forecast, rather than chasing a single run of a single model system back and forth, which we see all have their pluses and minuses for particular events, as, as we approach the time that, that event is actually impacting so we, we are always striving to improve our models. We run a much broader suite of models for many more applications than the European center model, but clearly, we want him improve models and, and live up to the standards that we believe we can attain. And what I what I would also add to the listeners is the American system. Doesn't just have one model. You always talk about or hear people talk about the American model. That's, that's our synoptic arts. L model. But there, there are other models than and the H R, which is sort of a high resolution model in zero to twenty four hour time for him and other. So it's important to keep this modeling context, and perspective, even as the European model show, statistically to be slightly better than the American. The American is still world-class model is still does a good job. It still beats the European model sometime. So I, I wanna make sure we understand that. And I know in twenty eight team, there was a significant upgrade to the US computers that, that really is one of the driving factors than in forecast improvement. Is that right? So that's an important point it always say, takes three components to, to improve to actually have a real time modeling system and to continually improve those mall. So in equal of Asians, you need the science of data assimilation modeling. That's that's point two point three as you need the computers to be able to run those models on and at in two thousand thirteen when I took over, we could not fit like the her the her model would not fit on the computing system. We had and, and that was one of the biggest demands on the weather service was to operationalize the high-rise rapid refresh. We were lagging not only in the resolution aspect of our global model but. In data assimilation as well. We never did get the forty var- as an example, we made a decision in the early part of this century to focus on multi model and sambas across the whole spectrum of our applications. We couldn't fit both on a computers. Now we're in a position where computing capacity is big enough, where we can start looking at this, but we have a computer procurement for our next ten years coming up, and we have to factor in all of the above, right? Highest resolution and samba lls, the data assimilation that we need. We have to be positioned from computing perspective to be able to deal with the entire modeling system. So that the advances that are being brought to us by the larger research community can be in fact, implemented speaking of that we. We had we talked with Neil Jacobs recently for a weather eats podcast episode. And I'm not sure which one of your episodes will actually air. I so I'll give a little context, but we talked about the sort of epic,.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"TV slash land in. This candidacy for the World Meteorological Organization, or the WMO. I want to have a very indepth conversation on that the beauty of the weather podcasts is we have time to do it without feeling rushed. So I, I will get to that discussion in a moment, I wanna pivot the discussion now before we talk about your WMO candidacy to the new G F S model. I know this is something that has been very important to you very important to the agency very important to the nation. There was a new release postponed in late February due to some challenges and some feedback related to the forecast. Can you give us the latest update on the new G F S model? What were some of the issues you're trying to troubleshoot and win? Can we expected to be operational? Yes. What, what we what we encountered back in the January, February timeframe was as actually very productive interaction that we had with the large number of users who are helping us evaluate this new model, even as we prepare for the implementation we were ready to go into a thirty day test before -implementation and based on the interactions, we've had over the past year. We got we got feedback with respect to ill coal biases in lowest portion of the models. And we made a decision to postpone the thirty day test, basically stopped the process until we could at a better understanding of what was going on in abound, you layer and work to. The improvements in before we were ready to implement. So the feedback was very important to us. We heard what a segment of the community was saying, and we basically postponed the implementation. We've reinitiate we went through since the beginning of the year identified some of the issues been able to address a portion of the problems and were ready to start the, the thirty day clock again as the final step in the implementation process. We are, in fact at the front end of that. And we're working now with a schedule that would have implement the model on June eleventh and where feeling pretty good about that one step that we've taken is to. Decide to continue running the old version of the G F S in parallel mode until September. Okay. So you will have sort of both running. I know you did that during the valuation phase with sort of it's going to flip flip in a sense that you'll, you'll bring the new went on online still keep the older around. Now, what speaking of modeling? I mean you and I've talked about this in the past, there's this sort of sort of high in my case is Kate in my perspective. Somewhat overblown sort of model war discussion that goes on among users and weather enthusiasts and social media out, the euro versus the American model. I mean we at statistically, we know the European model is better in terms of some of the evaluation evaluation metrics that are used in the weather modeling community. But is there a best model and does it matter? I know that you use them all anyway your forecast. Forecasters us all the models and we certainly want our model to be on par even even the best model of. Possible. But what is your take on all of this euro versus American model stuff? Well, first of all, we do have to recognize that the, the European model the medium range model, which I think everybody's referring to. Yes. Does score best with a number of the standard verification scores. And I'm certainly aware of that, and it and it serves as a as a goal to continue as we continue to improve our own models. Having stated that there are you had already noted it forecast is us all the models that we have access to.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"Community. What happened after I went home? That summer. I went home in January. That's sever I had a job as delivery drivers. Which was great. I was given a truck with a new stereo would got to drive around the sunshine share. That I went to a technical school which was. Halfway across the country if the other direction, so I went to a place where nobody knew the I didn't know anybody there. There were no expectations of me started making new friends doing doing youth things. And I was essentially. Building my personality up affecting time. Yeah. Got a new start. That's right. Exactly. Got it. But the but that the whole. Situation was still precluding in the back of my mind. I had a lot of acquaintances not necessarily real close friends. But just a few years ago. What year is this? Twenty twenty fifteen four years ago. I attempted. Workshop called a healing journey. Used in where? I met people who worked with abused then. And. I in a group of a dozen abuse. And all of a sudden. I was in a community of. Of people that experiences. So I wasn't as a little as I had been before. And. I begun. Volunteering. A relatively new service provide services for mid and boys, which is also very good. And also you provide those services today as a coach to man, I don't want to to part without letting people know how they can reach you. They're finding in a similar position as you had earlier in life. How can people to? Well, I'm have a website called at WWW dot DV recovery dot net. People can go there to see what I left to at the moment. Or they can send the Email directly. Lou L O U at DV recovery dot net. Or at info at the recovery dot. That last. Thank you so much for being on the show. Your your story is quite compelling. I can't wait to to to you're done with that book. Well, I will get it done as quickly as I can't. I know I know so, but thank you so much for being here today end for really sharing your story in being vulnerable with with our audience, though listeners. So thank you again. Thank you, everyone for this. My guest today was don't turn Lee cross this year life courts Brown, thanking you for tuning into taking leak if you have any questions or comments, I can be reached that nine five four three six one three six one seven or you can visit taking a leap dot com. See you on the other side of success.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"Community. What happened after I went home? That summer. I went home in January. That's sever I had a job as delivery drivers. Which was great. I was given a truck with a new stereo would got to drive around the sunshine share. That I went to a technical school which was. Halfway across the country if the other direction, so I went to a place where nobody knew the I didn't know anybody there. There were no expectations of me started making new friends doing doing youth things. And I was essentially. Building my personality up affecting time. Yeah. Got a new start. That's right. Exactly. Got it. But the but that the whole. Situation was still precluding in the back of my mind. I had a lot of acquaintances not necessarily real close friends. But just a few years ago. What year is this? Twenty twenty fifteen four years ago. I attempted. Workshop called a healing journey. Used in where? I met people who worked with abused then. And. I in a group of a dozen abuse. And all of a sudden. I was in a community of. Of people that experiences. So I wasn't as a little as I had been before. And. I begun. Volunteering. A relatively new service provide services for mid and boys, which is also very good. And also you provide those services today as a coach to man, I don't want to to part without letting people know how they can reach you. They're finding in a similar position as you had earlier in life. How can people to? Well, I'm have a website called at WWW dot DV recovery dot net. People can go there to see what I left to at the moment. Or they can send the Email directly. Lou L O U at DV recovery dot net. Or at info at the recovery dot. That last. Thank you so much for being on the show. Your your story is quite compelling. I can't wait to to to you're done with that book. Well, I will get it done as quickly as I can't. I know I know so, but thank you so much for being here today end for really sharing your story in being vulnerable with with our audience, though listeners. So thank you again. Thank you, everyone for this. My guest today was don't turn Lee cross this year life courts Brown, thanking you for tuning into taking leak if you have any questions or comments, I can be reached that nine five four three six one three six one seven or you can visit taking a leap dot com. See you on the other side of success.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"I guess it reverts pins on the the individual and what kind of. Problems. They're experiencing. In the two years that I was in this other city. And in that kind of sort of relationship. I would go home to is my family a couple of times a year during the summer and during the winter holidays. And because I was away from that situation was fine. So people wouldn't have noticed anything. Once. Once she became pregnant. I. I basically. I would say maybe when to shot, I was traumatized. I wasn't eating as much as I should it wasn't as much as I should. That was very tense. So people who would have been around that time I have seen that. After I went home. I felt. I felt empty almost as if my brain had been removed. It was just hard to do anything at all just like a lump. And what do you looking back? Now was the real root of N tennis. Was it our own the pregnancy or the the abusive journey? Well, the whole whole use of journey was problematic. And as I said, we had several conversations where I said, I what I don't wanna be in a relationship. And she say, okay and go off for a week, and then be knocking on my door player. What would make you go back into the relationship after he had the brazier? Just basically fear because as I said. She told people she said she would tell people I was dangerous. And that was the one that was one of the things I didn't want to do. Something she would go away for a little bit for them when she came back. She would come back with with threatening talk. Well, she didn't. She didn't necessarily come back threatening. Which is just away. And to get work done. I need things around me to be calm. To do. My my studying in my thinking in my writing. And I couldn't just keep engaging in these arguments all the time. How do you get over this like someone who is going through this? No. Or navy has gone through this. But hasn't totally healed from it. What is the what are the few steps that you could impart? Say that. Each person would. Basically have. Have to follow their own route because different people would experience different forms of abuse different Savarese of us than it could affect them in different ways. But I found. I need a lot of time to myself just to think and figure out what happened. And why would I could you about it? And that takes. Eating properly sleeping properly and getting exercise just to have a clear mind. And it's important to have. Supportive community. So in my case, initially, my family with my support community.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"I guess it reverts pins on the the individual and what kind of. Problems. They're experiencing. In the two years that I was in this other city. And in that kind of sort of relationship. I would go home to is my family a couple of times a year during the summer and during the winter holidays. And because I was away from that situation was fine. So people wouldn't have noticed anything. Once. Once she became pregnant. I. I basically. I would say maybe when to shot, I was traumatized. I wasn't eating as much as I should it wasn't as much as I should. That was very tense. So people who would have been around that time I have seen that. After I went home. I felt. I felt empty almost as if my brain had been removed. It was just hard to do anything at all just like a lump. And what do you looking back? Now was the real root of N tennis. Was it our own the pregnancy or the the abusive journey? Well, the whole whole use of journey was problematic. And as I said, we had several conversations where I said, I what I don't wanna be in a relationship. And she say, okay and go off for a week, and then be knocking on my door player. What would make you go back into the relationship after he had the brazier? Just basically fear because as I said. She told people she said she would tell people I was dangerous. And that was the one that was one of the things I didn't want to do. Something she would go away for a little bit for them when she came back. She would come back with with threatening talk. Well, she didn't. She didn't necessarily come back threatening. Which is just away. And to get work done. I need things around me to be calm. To do. My my studying in my thinking in my writing. And I couldn't just keep engaging in these arguments all the time. How do you get over this like someone who is going through this? No. Or navy has gone through this. But hasn't totally healed from it. What is the what are the few steps that you could impart? Say that. Each person would. Basically have. Have to follow their own route because different people would experience different forms of abuse different Savarese of us than it could affect them in different ways. But I found. I need a lot of time to myself just to think and figure out what happened. And why would I could you about it? And that takes. Eating properly sleeping properly and getting exercise just to have a clear mind. And it's important to have. Supportive community. So in my case, initially, my family with my support community.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"To. Placate her. Until I finish my program, and I can disappear. And so that that kind of back is four when Don or recovery of years, we had many discussions about me saying this isn't what I wanted. I don't want this. And she's and she'd say, well, okay. That's fine. I understand and then we never lived together. But. She would come in she'd forming anytime day or night coming knock-on my apartment window. And so it just kind of dragged on recovered years until. It got to too difficult to bear. I went and spoke to my parents, and they they dragged me out of their back home. And which was the right thing to do. What was the breaking point? Because you said it was too difficult to bear. What what was that final breaking point? Because you've described some pretty challenging things already. Yeah. What was the final? Stroll. What was the final straw? It sounds. I got some point where it became just on bearable. That was. Yeah. This was. This is something I. I don't really talk about. I've written it down spoken about it. But. One of the things that I told her, I guess, it was this conversation told me it was being stupid and foolish and childish. And. I told her I was afraid she'd become pregnant. And that's when she told me, it was being stupid, foolish childish, ignorant an immature and then after about two years, she did become pregnant, which was migrated by greatest fear. She wasn't anybody who I wanted to be tied to for life, and her family was a little crazy. I didn't wanna be linked to them for life. So we'd met I said, my parents took me back home before left. This city the night before I left the city to go back home. We met at a little restaurant and and talk for an hour. And she told me three things that first of all she thought I had another girlfriends. Secondly, she thought men didn't have any feelings. Third. She said she thought there was something medically wrong. And she couldn't get pregnant. So. Thinking about it in hindsight with those three assumptions. It seems to me that she thought she could do anything. She wanted and not suffer any consequences. Wow. So he did your parents knew about this the whole time or it was that the breaking point that you be all with. It was just that as the breaking point that I spoke to them was that hard. It was we had never the family was a good family. My parents were good parents. But we never had that kind of personal deep personal conversation before. And here it was the biggest conversation ever. Glenn from. Yeah. Got it. So this is the question. What what have been signed that? Someone would see in a relative who is going through what you have gone through. Just still that local water are able to to pick up on things that made it that person is ready to talk about yet. You know, they were there. Shame reveal. I

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"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"Well. During the second year. I was there. I started dating more senior graduate student who would be in that same department for. Six or seven years. I'm not even sure how long and. It didn't take too long for her to become. Insulting and threatening and violent which was a whole new experience for me. That was sort of my introduction to domestic violence and. Two. Lot of lot of. Self searching. And and study and really brought me to to the work that I'm doing now. How many when you say it didn't take long whole long? Did it actually take how many weeks or months or days? It was about him run. We had we sort of met casually and. I was I was kinda hesitant to start dating. Because I didn't know how it with my studies, which is what I went to the university for but. She was. I guess she was a bit on the side talking about how great it was the. And. She likes to go out to restaurants like to go to parties. And that's not really what I was there for. I was there too. When I study, I do it very intensely. So in one in one phone call about a month after we started dating. I I wanted to have a discussion about this. And I said. I think we have a problem here. And she said don't you tell me about problems? So that was a bad sign. The the first sign of trouble. So I am here. This may be the the thing that. Maybe one of the signs for other people to realize that they're in deep you said, you were just a month in and you had that level of sign, you know, fair weeks that's not much. What made you go per with that? If specially with all the other things, you know, the difference in when you say go deeper, you mean further into the relationship. Yes. Yes. After a month the phone getting that taste of what what you knew wasn't such a good good response on her. And how long did the relationship last year? That is the better question. It was kind of on and off for a couple of years. Okay. So I go back then right? Well shortly in the span of. Maybe two or three months. I forget if it was. Part of this phone call or another phone call. I was I was kinda confused by her reaction. Phone call. Or the same phone call which she told me I was being. Stupid and foolish childish and ignorance immature. I thought I was being reasonable rational. Little later on. She told me. Part with was hurt apartment. The professors were professors. If I wanted to be there to what she says. And then in later phone call. She said if I didn't do what she wants she'll tell people I'm dangerous. Which was probably the. The most threatening things she could have said. A lot of people won't have the experience of being in graduate school. But the most important things that a student's needs and graduate school, isn't great intellect. Great, knowledge or great ideas. But it's the goodwill of their professors and advisers so that was a real threat to my program. And. What was your response to that threat? Then how do you agree 'have with the fear of threats? How did that change? Than actually about a month after that. We were we were talking. I just don't I just told her I don't wanna be in a relationship with anymore. And that was the first time she hit me. Which was which was a shock. And I say, okay, I just need to.

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"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"Well. During the second year. I was there. I started dating more senior graduate student who would be in that same department for. Six or seven years. I'm not even sure how long and. It didn't take too long for her to become. Insulting and threatening and violent which was a whole new experience for me. That was sort of my introduction to domestic violence and. Two. Lot of lot of. Self searching. And and study and really brought me to to the work that I'm doing now. How many when you say it didn't take long whole long? Did it actually take how many weeks or months or days? It was about him run. We had we sort of met casually and. I was I was kinda hesitant to start dating. Because I didn't know how it with my studies, which is what I went to the university for but. She was. I guess she was a bit on the side talking about how great it was the. And. She likes to go out to restaurants like to go to parties. And that's not really what I was there for. I was there too. When I study, I do it very intensely. So in one in one phone call about a month after we started dating. I I wanted to have a discussion about this. And I said. I think we have a problem here. And she said don't you tell me about problems? So that was a bad sign. The the first sign of trouble. So I am here. This may be the the thing that. Maybe one of the signs for other people to realize that they're in deep you said, you were just a month in and you had that level of sign, you know, fair weeks that's not much. What made you go per with that? If specially with all the other things, you know, the difference in when you say go deeper, you mean further into the relationship. Yes. Yes. After a month the phone getting that taste of what what you knew wasn't such a good good response on her. And how long did the relationship last year? That is the better question. It was kind of on and off for a couple of years. Okay. So I go back then right? Well shortly in the span of. Maybe two or three months. I forget if it was. Part of this phone call or another phone call. I was I was kinda confused by her reaction. Phone call. Or the same phone call which she told me I was being. Stupid and foolish childish and ignorance immature. I thought I was being reasonable rational. Little later on. She told me. Part with was hurt apartment. The professors were professors. If I wanted to be there to what she says. And then in later phone call. She said if I didn't do what she wants she'll tell people I'm dangerous. Which was probably the. The most threatening things she could have said. A lot of people won't have the experience of being in graduate school. But the most important things that a student's needs and graduate school, isn't great intellect. Great, knowledge or great ideas. But it's the goodwill of their professors and advisers so that was a real threat to my program. And. What was your response to that threat? Then how do you agree 'have with the fear of threats? How did that change? Than actually about a month after that. We were we were talking. I just don't I just told her I don't wanna be in a relationship with anymore. And that was the first time she hit me. Which was which was a shock. And I say, okay, I just need to.

graduate student three months seven years
"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"Hi, everyone. This is your life coach Debra Brown, welcoming you to taking a leap or guest is Dr Louis crust. Dr Louis crust is a social scientists than analysts was taught at the university of Arkansas at Little Rock at Ryerson university and university of Toronto he's also a survivor of domestic violence, which has researched for several decades. He's writing a book, which is tentatively titled how to recover from domestic violence, a brief guide for men and others. And he coaches others in surviving domestic violence to save them. The many years of depression dote that he entered and help them restore their self confidence. So that they can live a renewed rejoice fulfilled and satisfying life. Welcome to the show. Dr Louis crust. How are you? I'm fine. Nice to be speaking with you same here. Happy to have you. So the first question that I ask every guest is what has been your biggest leap in life. When you look back at your life. When did you take that huge step something that felt really big you felt the fair, but you did it anyway. Our would be. Back when I was about twenty four years old living, my parents home for the first time to travel thousand or so miles to to undertake graduate study that is another city. With that big decision for you or. You knew you wanted to welcome. Well, I knew that I wanted to do for their study. During my my undergraduate degree. I made a good connection with visiting professor who was only teaching for one year at my university. He had been hired for another visiting position at this other university. And I wanted to follow him to work with him some more. It was you follow a teacher to another university. I did. Oh, and. We're we range that. So I became his graduate assistant, which meant I got a lot of attention from and got to listen to a lot. And. That part of it. Part of the exercise worked out very well. After stay. I can't say that I've heard of a loss of students following teachers like actually changing schools for the teacher. You know, we have were good professors. And you know, we remember them and. Give them that special place in in our hearts, but I I don't know of any other person who is actually changed schools for professor. That it'll casually happens. I think a of places right to see students go to other schools. So if they're not taking all of their courses from the same people and becoming staying. Learning new ideas with this particular, professor. Had a good scientific outlook, which I liked and don't see very often and social science. I see so seeing that this is your big leaf what was it like for you like when you made beliefs what did you encounter that was truly oats out of your comfort zone. Once you let home. Well, this was in moving out of home was was a new experience. I I traveled during the summers. But this is going to be a long-term change away from my family, and my parents and. I had to fend for myself. Major way for the first time. He. Some things worked out very, well, something's workout not quite so well.

Dr Louis crust professor university of Arkansas Ryerson university visiting professor Debra Brown Little Rock university of Toronto graduate assistant twenty four years one year
"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"Hi, everyone. This is your life coach Debra Brown, welcoming you to taking a leap or guest is Dr Louis crust. Dr Louis crust is a social scientists than analysts was taught at the university of Arkansas at Little Rock at Ryerson university and university of Toronto he's also a survivor of domestic violence, which has researched for several decades. He's writing a book, which is tentatively titled how to recover from domestic violence, a brief guide for men and others. And he coaches others in surviving domestic violence to save them. The many years of depression dote that he entered and help them restore their self confidence. So that they can live a renewed rejoice fulfilled and satisfying life. Welcome to the show. Dr Louis crust. How are you? I'm fine. Nice to be speaking with you same here. Happy to have you. So the first question that I ask every guest is what has been your biggest leap in life. When you look back at your life. When did you take that huge step something that felt really big you felt the fair, but you did it anyway. Our would be. Back when I was about twenty four years old living, my parents home for the first time to travel thousand or so miles to to undertake graduate study that is another city. With that big decision for you or. You knew you wanted to welcome. Well, I knew that I wanted to do for their study. During my my undergraduate degree. I made a good connection with visiting professor who was only teaching for one year at my university. He had been hired for another visiting position at this other university. And I wanted to follow him to work with him some more. It was you follow a teacher to another university. I did. Oh, and. We're we range that. So I became his graduate assistant, which meant I got a lot of attention from and got to listen to a lot. And. That part of it. Part of the exercise worked out very well. After stay. I can't say that I've heard of a loss of students following teachers like actually changing schools for the teacher. You know, we have were good professors. And you know, we remember them and. Give them that special place in in our hearts, but I I don't know of any other person who is actually changed schools for professor. That it'll casually happens. I think a of places right to see students go to other schools. So if they're not taking all of their courses from the same people and becoming staying. Learning new ideas with this particular, professor. Had a good scientific outlook, which I liked and don't see very often and social science. I see so seeing that this is your big leaf what was it like for you like when you made beliefs what did you encounter that was truly oats out of your comfort zone. Once you let home. Well, this was in moving out of home was was a new experience. I I traveled during the summers. But this is going to be a long-term change away from my family, and my parents and. I had to fend for myself. Major way for the first time. He. Some things worked out very, well, something's workout not quite so well.

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How Humans Can Outsmart AI (w/ Unanimous AI)

Curiosity Daily

08:51 min | 2 years ago

How Humans Can Outsmart AI (w/ Unanimous AI)

"Today. You learned about what aim before the big bang, and we'll give you a five minute hack for beating procrastination. You'll also hear from Dr Louis Rosenberg the of unanimous AI cool tell you how humans can beat artificial intelligence by tapping into the wisdom of swarms. What's satisfy some curiosity? Artificial intelligence is all the rage. But using swarm intelligence might be the best way to solve the world's biggest problems. Dr Louis Rosenberg is the founder and CEO of unanimous AI artificial intelligence company that amplifies human intelligence by building hive minds model after biological swarms. Basically swarm intelligence connects people over the internet using AI algorithms modeled after swarms in nature only takes five minutes this short and sweet life heck comes from Kevin system co founder and former CEO Instagram, here's what he says to do quote, if you don't want to do something make a deal with yourself to do at least five minutes of it. After five minutes, you'll end up doing the whole thing, unquote. That's it just commit yourself to five minutes of whatever it is. You're trying to do kind of make sense. When you think about the saying getting started is the hardest part. That's the whole story. Actually. That's it. No, that's great the five minute hack. So it's tiny literally the shortest ever done on this show. There you go.

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Hailey Baldwin's Bridesmaids revealed by Aunt Kim Basinger

Lori and Julia

04:55 min | 3 years ago

Hailey Baldwin's Bridesmaids revealed by Aunt Kim Basinger

"Say that maybe and of course I mean there's nobody else it, could be we're. All not no I guess, it's not, it's not shocking no these kinds of allegations surprised in music there haven't been more stories about people, and some of the shenanigans and metoo nasty and Weinstein type of Yes I mean we've had Russell Simmons, I mean, he he you know I know. He's not in. The, music business anymore but. That's really the. Only. One that we've kind of heard about. Right I mean there there have been a few other ones and we know the there's always been scummy Manager's. Taking advantage of music people for money yes in their contracts and stuff like that right yeah I don't know and I suppose I for. Sure that there would be like more stuff coming out about music industry and, of course, Dr Louis, yeah I was. Gonna. Say I, was gonna say exactly. The only, big hyper, that we've, had so far and look at how geisha has, not been believed and look at how that's gotten dragged you gotta. Believe. That that's gotta be intimidating to other people because record company I mean you, know I don't know You know it might be interesting to think about in the context of musicians. And? Big major, music, stars, are signed under these big multi record contracts with record companies in a, way that movie stars aren't they may have some contracts with movie. Studios and other things like these seven year five year three year. X., number of albums old school yeah because. Prince. Was, always trying to, break apart from exactly and actors are more like independent contract unless they have production maybe you're right maybe that's why, that. Doesn't. Come, out there still under, contract and again they look. Over at cash and see the hell that she's been put through right you know okay Kim Basinger vol people have spoken responded in her. Own words to us weekly she and lease and Priscilla Presley were over in, Korea protesting, dogmeat they, had like a Animal rights thing and so she was there and us weekly had somebody, there and she was asked about Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber because. Of course he is Haley's on her daughter's cousins with a right You know, so I, would. Still consider myself the anti you. Know absolutely they make they see each other so She said they already have their groomsmen and bridesmaids maids picked out according to Kim Basinger. And she's of course the acts of Alec Baldwin, and the. Mother of his cousin Ireland or it'll be. Fun she's tells us weekly. Of, that coming. Up shows Haley, sister I Li. In Ireland there in the. Wedding. So believe me it's cool oh damn Dez and. She says I get sweet it's a, very sweet thing happiness we're living in some really dire times right now he. Doesn't know, Bieber all that. Well but she told us weekly. That Ireland has given him her seal of approval I'm very. Very happy freely. I think, it's a good thing I think. Justin's Quogue I don't really. Know him at all. But Ireland does you. Know I come through. A rough. Road he's a really. Cool kid I, pray for them I. Hope, they're cool. I hope they're happy it's wild I think, it's wild, so. Anti cam- Tokyo about this marriage. Yeah No to. To Dish more. I know it. I know. It, so anyways no. It's coming together so, who knows, in, you know supposedly he's had a break up with this pastor from that church all from the hill song church because he was approaching Australia and he didn't even know that they were engaged, and, he said sure About officiating or something are you happy, for All I had no. Idea no idea engage That close Britney Spears boyfriend Sam should Gary he's been kind of a. Blank slate to the public up until now he's just that hot Muslim guy that Britney. Spears. Works out with in her Instagram stories yes he's been with her since late twenty sixteen, when he was cast in her slumber video and. He's now been a constant inner social media this last year, he kind, of gives off the hot himbal oh vibe totally one. Hundred percent because he's, gorgeous, and. Unsee gets that's her vibe to. Oh completely you watch them and their videos you're not looking for review. James Joyce's Ulysses Instagram from these to listen to this. Okay he though he lost a hundred pounds before he met her wow he was eating..

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