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12:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Her memory was fading fast. I got them to change all the cookware and kitchen, and they were wonderful cook. Well, you know, it sounds like you should be on our panel for next week. This could be a great great advertisement for stopping aluminum cookware, but Kelly, I know you have some thoughts when it comes to Alzheimer's and different things. Let's talk about an address our panel on some of the different things that could really affect. I I know with health and fitness is exercise great for what can I do for Alzheimer's canon? My grandma had all times before she passed, and I know her nutrition and definitely her walks every day, she would take twenty to thirty minute walks with her nurse, and I could tell it was helping her with her sleep. It was helping her with her spirits and just different things. Like that. I mean. You know, dollar Hala. So of really good good exercise for the brain is high intensity interval training. So basically what that does it increases of an enzyme in your brain called brain drive neurotrophic factor by thirty percent. So I know, you know, more about that type of exercise. So if you want to explain that a little bit for the the listeners of what they do. So my grandma was ninety years old. So we weren't doing intensity interval training. Yeah. But for my clients now like I was talking about really with my brother-in-law. We do like thirty second thirty to forty five second intervals of boxing that has helped in since that first time that we worked out. Okay. With. So yeah, hold firm we'll box, and I do a lot of badeah with him, which is basically twenty seconds on ten seconds off of again, high intensity whether burpee jump watts sounds like that. And it's really it really has helped to kind of even out his his energy. His moods stuff like that. Yeah. Those are great answers. You know, I wanna come back to the phones because we've got Bob on the line. And he has a question. He's a caregiver for two elderly, ladies, and he wants to help change their eating habits is that correct? Bob. Yes. So that being said who wants to start? Documents. You wanna start rookie wanna start round the clock? You're at too late heating what we're talking about. Is he wants Dr Holly so hit? So the first thing is to try to eliminate as the sugar as much as possible, okay, and anything processed. So, you know, anything with gluten breads, you wanna take out in the diet and just just e clean protein vegetables have a couple of fruits midday and at that exercise in there. That would be drastic for them because they. The morning in the morning. They start off with either bagel or doughnut. Oh, my own heart. I love that. Is how can I would on also hurting their feelings or not? Served. That's the thing is I I know that I don't even know how to say it in words, how how can I tell them that they need healthier here in a difficult position. I will tell you that. But there are ways to get around. It are there not Dr messy. But look it is. Yes, they do indeed have develop sweet to but there is a little bit. We can go to bagel for all day care and shit a doughnut so at fleet state get a little more complex caused Donut. Some organic DRAM so little by little in opposed to I don't know. Jiffy Leo peanut butter and a commercial jam which is about seventy eighty percent triggered. Little by little try to change the taste. But I know it's kind of hard to do that. But if they can start their morning, and this is a key. And I think we all agree with protein for breakfast. No fruit for breakfast midday fruit, complex, car midday almost ninety percent of their breakfast. Should be simple dressed when you say complex car, doc, Dr machine give us an example, some complex cards. What you see on the shelf? What bread? And it said they have have a day have been stripped vista about everything except in name. They have no new twin? They don't have a b why they have no fibers. They have no color of the white in bleed. And then they add some drunk key white Emmens twelve called into it that simple car on the other hand. I don't want to ruin his party. But. But when you do all those few sink and smoothies. Your drinking simple. So all those are smooth you maniacs proper. A you're drinking simple call because all your body. Sees is the sugar so taken away their juicing smoothies. Let them chew food. Let them remember go back to basic to their food and enjoy it as much as as much as they can at at one step, right? Step is better than no steps. Oh start from there. Bob. How about how I got a question about eggs in avocado. Was that is that good for breakfast eggs as a wonderful complete protein for as long as you do not overcook the yellow once you cook that over young cook it overcooked the yellow. Dan can't become more of a problem because the hate both destroy that anti quest. Rawal that the yellow Netflix has it show wonderful to star. What was she? We please explain the smoothie and juice thing. I I totally disagree with it being simple, carb is that like strongly strongly. We're gonna throw down here. Okay. Dr Jala disagrees. Did you bring your? To use other. Let's let's go once again back to basic, you got thirty two. Some more some less teeth in your mouth, they're designed to chew your food. We are not designed we were not create to drink. Are. We can't just simply cannot give for a couple of reason your digestive track never headed up trinity to speak to the north to your brain. A what the heck you're drinking in order to propose an enzyme so that juice can sitting or something, but a long period of time before the north under south, you're you're just a prac and say what the heck did you do? You didn't give me a heads up? I don't know what to do with all this fruit. Now because you did not choose them. Let's put a despite what all those health nuts. I simple simple, plus of his smooth in juice has a piece. I ten grams of sugar. But are you wanted out place depends on what you mix it with some of this glass of juice and can contain up to forgot sixty grams of forget, which is simple good did not chew at your throat. Just about everything you could find from your fridge because pick you don't have time to sit down and eat it. So it is totally on Nashville to the bond is not a matter of opinion. It's clinically speaking have seen it over twenty plus years that when people drink the food they cannot absorb, but they could blow that they food gets for meant that they make noise. Those get a smelly got for. And so those are all sign up if you did the wrong thing. And what did we do the next day? We're a bit it all over again. Because we listen to the punch of I dunno Fabio, looking type with the long hair that. Tone the hair around and say good for you. Nonsense. Bet back to the chew your food muttawa friend for Wieting. Okay. Roger now. So that is one man's opinion here on the health calls radio show. We have several different opinions. But Bob, I hope we're helping you answer your question. I mean, you're in such a difficult situation. I know they're probably ladies that you love, and it's hard to have a drastic change or even make it change when they're hesitant to make that change. But I have a suggestion for you after the show. Call eight seven seven two eight eight six four one seven. That's eight seven seven two eight eight six four one seven and they can give you answers right after the show because we're here live, and we're going to try and take one quick call. Let's go to Pauline Pauline. We have about forty seconds. And you have dry skin around your mouth any remedies for this who wants to jump in. I. Dr messy. No well. Take a look at your blood tests. Polly this is dot com. How do you do pollen? So much what taking my call. I just wanna tell to your screener that also have any knows each years along with it. And this has been going on for several months now I had this before year ago almost and I don't know what I did it just so many remedies went to Matala just taking me off that Maury when away night came back again today, embarrassing very annoying and to covet of it may cook. And is extremely dry H and peeling quite white peels scaly in a draw and it gets rid. Wow. Dr holly. So pauline. What I would do. I would do to tests. Okay. I would do an allergy test. I would also do a food sensitivity test. Okay. A food sensitivity is different. It basically tests. The different antibody is called Igiea to certain foods, even healthy foods. So when your body eats foods if things is an infection, and it could create dry dryness around the mouth runny nose. It. She you know, itchiness anywhere. You know? So I would I would do these two tests. If you haven't already to see if that's your issue. You would you tell me we'll quick if this is a fungal infection and also here flooding picture, also auto immune. So I don't know twenty. Did I'm confused. I don't know which to tackle based wouldn't you take the test to determine without having an I'm not a doctor. But I'm just let him in here on the panel. But I think you need to have a test to determine what it might be. Because for someone on our panel to say, it's a fun goal, or it's this or that they don't have enough information to give you that answer. And I think what I would do if I were you Pauline is basically after the show..

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"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Answered right now. Live on the radio by calling in. To the show now eight hundred ABC KABC that's eight hundred two to five two two two eight hundred two two two five two two two. And now, the host of the health calls radio show, Barry to Costa. Thank you for joining us on the health calls radio show. I am your host buried to Kotan, you know, health calls number one live alternative health show on the year. These days, we're the fastest growing show on the air, folks. And it's all due to you why because you like us, and we like you we've got a great show for you today on our panel today, we have Mr. Josh Zuqar and Josh's are relative and expert in alternative medicines. And CBD how are you? Josh fantastic. Thank you for having me today. We have Ali messy, and Dr messy is a nutrition expert, and he treats people all around the world with his knowledge and expertise. In nutrition. How are you Ellie? I'm doing well. Thank you. And we have Benjamin brenick Meyer. Boy, that's a tough one to say. But and Benjamin is he is a triathlete and a personal trainer. And he's here to answer your questions about being an athletics. What it takes to get your body better alleviate aches and pains because remember folks, we're here to have you stopped taking all those pills to get on the air live with us eight hundred two two two five two two two. If you got a question about your health medical pills. What can I do not to take them eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's eight hundred two two two five two two. Let's start to show Ali. There's a process called beauty tech. Let's talk about that. And explain what it is to us won't before. I started talking about bid tack what I do in my office, basically, offering counts. Celing services to improve diet, preventing reducing risk of chronic diseases. Cardiovascular diabetes, cancers, other immunity a cetera et cetera..

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"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You could actually they'll reach out and talk to Jason because he's traveling promoting some things this week, but you can call eight four four three eight seven four four four three and that's their addiction hotline, and you can ask questions can give you referrals. They'll just talk to you. It's. Refuses to go. He's going to programs with leaves. We're done. I would say within twenty four hours. She's out the door really nice programs with big mansions, and I could five star hotel, and he's still leave. So it's hard. It's very hard on you have bipolar disorder. But like I said, I can't give out the names. But I can't say I would try a hospital based treatment center. Some nothing that's residential. Well, you know, one of the things you could do is when we go off the air if if you call the eight five five number. It's eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred shoes me you can get to. Kelly offier, and she glad to give you some information. How's that? That's really great. Thank you very much. And we thank you for your call. You know, folks. That's what this show is all about we want to answer your questions, we want to give you hopefully suggestions to make the situation better here on the health calls radio show. We're going to be going to break right now. Eight hundred two two two five two two two is the number to call to get on the year. If you've got a healthcare question eight hundred two two two five two two two eight hundred two two two five two two two. We'll be back on the health calls radio show right after the break. If you'd like to contact our panelists during their office hours, you can call their place of practice for Dr messy, call nine four nine zero nine nine zero six one doctor Belling nine four nine six three one zero two zero zero for Kelly Curtis. Eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred. Decision. It should not be solely on advertising. This case illegal media attention..

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03:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And we're back. You're listening to the health calls radio show. Folks, we've introduce our panel. But written Belling has a question. He's frantically waving his hands jumping up and down. Rick. What is your let let's talk about. It wasn't really even a question. It was more of a statement a comment because it seemed like Dr was a little sleepy in that last segment, and well, he's got a blanket and a pillow. You know, what I got I felt right away. What was going through his mind? And what was what he was doing? Because as I'm getting hit me right now, what happens is when you when you have a life altering experience, and it changes you to the core. That's what all of us have experienced. And when you revisit that. It's very emotional. And it's hard to talk about time. Some sure my accident was very traumatic, and I can sit there and say, yeah, I I was on these bills. And I was hurt. I changed. My course. But it's there's a deep trauma there. And when you when you changes your life so dramatically, and then you take that and use it as your profession to change people's lives. It's there's a huge emotional component to it. So he was getting choked up. It wasn't that. He was sleepy. He was getting choked up because he's starting to go back to that place. And there are times when I've talked to my story when I give a health talk to my patients, and I start to talk about my motorcycle accident or I got run over by ski boat as well. And I my arm almost got come mind. Yeah. Right. So I had my arm soon back together as it was flayed filleted open by propeller. Traumatic experience when I start to relive that. I started to get teary eyed and choked up, and and I shattered my ankle. I mean, I've been through some so active doing sports and stuff. I've I've had a lot of traumas. But those things come with an emotional component. And I know Dr messy was going through that. So if if there's a time that he feels like, you know, he can go back and revisit that then great. But right now, it's it's hard for any of us. I know Kelly even mentioned her addiction in some of the dark paths and some of the things she's gone through an hollow with her scare with the breast cancer. And or not knowing what it was. So we all go through these things. And what's great about this panel is everybody's so so passionate about what they do. I've been do chiropractic for twenty seven years, and I just fired up today's I've ever been. I love how it changes people's lives. And there's a lot of listeners out there right now that are going. Well, I have this condition. I have that condition and. They have they have issues, and they don't have the answers, and they don't know why. And they're they're bombarded with commercials on TV take this pill for it's just like our intro to the show. This Bill for that headache take this pill for this digestive with this pill for the pain of this pill for inflammation. And it's not about taking pills. It's about finding out the root cause like these these panels have said finding out what the root causes and fixing that. And then the body heals itself, Rick the United States is only one of three countries that allow pharmaceutical companies actually go to the public with their products. Can you imagine that there's only three countries US being one, and we have a huge lobby for pharmacology and other advocates in the healthcare industry that allows them to go to you and everybody else and say try this pill, but the side effect could be, you know, your heart could stop your foot of growth advice. But a lot of people do not listen to those. Disclaimers were like sheep..

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02:39 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Let's go to Rick Belling. Sure, you have enough time before break, very nine hours. Long long winded. So okay, let's go. I got into while. Well, I'm a chiropractor, and I got into chiropractic actually, the it was kind of by accident. I was going to be a medical doctor was born and raised in Wisconsin. And went to don't say sorry either. You did that last time. I'm sorry. I love Wisconsin showed up to the chief sets. I was born and raised in Wisconsin. And actually got accepted to medical school back there, and I was going to be medical doctor. But I was in a motorcycle accident, and Brooke I I lost to the ditch. And I broke my face and I had five compression fractures in my spine. So yeah. At an early age, I was just a young buck. I crashed and burned, and I had a lot of health problems after that, I had major headaches back pain neck pain. I had sinus problems. I digested problems. I was a total wreck after that accident and by chance I ended up meeting a pastor in the gym. And he told me, you know, what I really want you to. Meet my factor, and I was like actors are quacks. And so I didn't think that they were the real deal. Right. So I ended up going to see this chiropractor. And I didn't have a diamond my pocket. So he X Rayed me. And he started adjusting me and everything started going away while my headaches went away, my digestion, my sinuses opened everything that I was having I was taking pills for went away. And so it was just an amazing transformation. I literally called the medical school up instead fill my spot. I'm going into chiropractic college because I heard your real pain in the complete other story. I'm sorry. Now, let's go to Dr Lena, she Dr messy, let's talk about why you started your practice. What you do people you help? Everything. Talking to mission. I know it's early. No, I'm I'm awake. Well, okay. Let's keep it simple. Because I don't want to go back some twenty some years ago. Refresh some boom. It's an emotional thing isn't a April when you fight chronic diseases at the theories, it becomes a wound. And unfortunately. I'm a PHD by nutrition. I'm not a psychologist. So I cannot help myself. One of us stays hopefully somewhere, I will open up somehow..

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07:06 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And we're back to the health calls radio show. You know, before we went to break, we had a brief discussion on the benefits and negatives of CBD. We've got a caller her name is Simone and she wants to ask a question. Go ahead Simone. What is your question? And thank you for calling us. Thank you. I don't have a question. I actually have a common. First of all I'm very excited that you're talking about. Because so many people at still nervous about dating back. No, what TVD is. But my comment is really about the ultimate pain health, and that is Alzheimer's. If we are to maintain optimum health and be Alzheimer's. Cardiovascular disease, diabetic disease will be able to address are also new system. And this brings me to my father. My father was diagnosed in November with Alzheimer's. Epigenetics max done and one of the things that they recommend for people with Alzheimer's is that they take full spectrum hand or hemp oil with CBD. So it's it's a product sitting. It's a message the most magical Pont on the planet. The hint pond, so why not human? So thank you again talking about well, thank you for the testimony because that's personal to you and your family, and we believe that as the months roll by and people do more and more education on this. Unbelievable plant, many more people will take advantage of it. We're going to see a lot more healthy people. Thank you so much Simone. We'll take a quick call. Let's let's go to daisy daisy. How are you? Hi, how are you? Dr. I wish I was a doctor because then I could retire with all my money. What is your question? I'm calling because I have. Two thousand nine oh, I'm sorry. You know what? Take. I know there's no cure. But I Don. I should stay active. Oh. Ryan she has helped my watching. All right. So let us try and at your question, Dr Hala. So I would definitely see a functional medicine practitioner and do further testing. Okay. So Tessa cortisol hormone has all the hormones. Check check test your gut, okay? And do further testing to see you know, what we need to address naturally. Okay. Have you ever done any quarters or hormone testing or testing, the gut? No, I haven't. Okay. So I would definitely recommend that for you. Dr messy, well, basically, a mass fit all this complication is simple stem muscle nerve atrophy. For most part, we talked about the heart atrophy. Earlier when it comes to the basically one of the reason why are young adults having a heart attack because they're your heart gets weak. So with the heart happened to your strongest muscle. I actually address you do something to focus on your strengthening of your muscle. There are some natural alternate herbs nutrient on the market. I do have a Alzheimer Parkinson type people who come into my office, and I always focused on the muscle nerves. I'll make sure those two there is no underlying causes that are eating up those two and excess cortisol can be a major toxins the nerves show, I suggest that doctor hall of said, a practitioner can't take a look at this thing as whole rather than just focusing on the to word amass would big red plus to start and daisy before we go at the end of the show. We're going to have the doctors give out each of their. Phone number. So each of you can reach the doctor off line after the show. I wanna thank you so much for your call. We've got world renowned Jason Waller here. Boy, I'm lying, but he is world renown thank. And we're going to talk about addiction. We're we're gonna talk about recovery. We're going to talk about what are the what are how do you find the best places for these things? Correct. Jason. Well, yeah, I think it's important that you know, there's obviously been a lot of talks in the public around how you know treatment facilities have taken advantage of the system, and you know, do treatment centers really actually offer quality care and can be effective for people obtain recovery. And I think it's really important because treatment does work in recovery as possible, but it's very important to make sure you look and find the right places. It's a vetting process. You know, and you can't just like again going back to Dr Massie. You can't go to doctor Google or Dr Yahoo. Because those are all add spaces are all, you know. And don't get me wrong. There's good places that are on the on online that you can bat, but it's really how do you better treatment facility to make sure it's appropriate for your loved one. How do you do? Well, I mean, the first things first there's a whole bunch of stuff and all this kind of run through a bullet list. And I'd love to get your guys is insight. You know, what your thoughts are? But as you know, really research who owns the facility, you know, look at the doctors and look at what they're credentials are look who's, you know, who's running the facilities actually look at what the credentialed with the credentials of the. Doctors are. How often do you see the doctor, you know, what are the credentials of the therapist? And the case manager how often you senior case Andrea should be seeing the minimum once if not twice a week, both, you know, what is the weekly schedule. Look like, you know, what services are they providing do. They have a family program. What does their after care program? Look like do they have an alumni program? You know, talk with an alumni actually speak with people that have gone through the program. And a big thing that I recommend is actually take a tour of the facility get hands on actually get to the program and look look through, you know, look through what they're offering ask questions on the tour, you know, speak to a resident. Do they practice evidence based treatment modalities? I mean, those are that's just a bullet pointed list of things that people should ROY look at when they're going to vet a place and really look at it. You know, and those are those are key components. You know, I had a friend who went to one of these quasi treatment facility, and then outpatient basis, and one of the things we would have in depth conversation. He goes I'm going here every day. Right. I'm there for three to six hours. And I'm having these people talk to me, but I'm in I'm in a group of like forty people. And I don't know if I'm getting the treatment says he sees his case manager every couple of a couple of weeks at best or the therapist. Maybe every month is that the type of place you wanna go. No. And that's again, it goes back to the vetting process. You know, it's actually very important that people do the due diligence before they get in there. Because when you talk to the person that's on the line when you call, and you're actually you're speaking to the admissions line, you know, those people are there a lot of the times they're sellers there used car salesman. They're trying to sell you their product and stuff like that. And again is it doesn't mean there's not good ones out there. But it's also to make sure that you have your quipped the right questions to ask and make sure that you can actually hold them accountable. What they're saying..

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"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

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10:37 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Dr Holland, we've got Molly from Laguna beach who has a question regarding the cortisol levels. So let's go to Molly. How are you? Molly. I'm saying, thank you. So what is your question? Well, my question is regarding my daughter who has Addison's disease. So she's on medication, you know, for cortisol in in she's been lately mentoring that she's interested in trying to see if there's any other ways of you know, controlling that other than taking medication, and she's heard that that there are sorry just wondering if you had any comments or in that you could sure on that Dr. She. Well. Fortunately is easy to fix. You're going to have to take a look into renal function Hawaii the wedding down. How old is your daughter. Molly. Thirty five. Five. Stress for life. She has yet. I'm sorry stressful. Life drops, there's doubt. Well, she has a stress. I mean, she has a stressful life. She said a lot of medical problems. And all she does have a stressful life. Ok well that put him on draw out of her reserve the cortisol was shutting down, and there is a brand name Addison disease, and then put it out on synthetic cortisone that sad about to do that. But I would suggest that her practitioner her doctor also look into her thyroid because thyroid always work with the adrenal gland. We talked about before a twenty four hour saliva test with the it Reno can tell us where to start what it ends at midnight. And what is known and four o'clock in the afternoon. So we're trying to understand that right? But. Title. It is a very crucial point to get that disease out of the D word even to the point where it can be balanced because the medications for that is not the most friendliest medicine on the planet. And I actually do have one person if not just about everybody, but one of them has been on this Medicare friends, and once we addressed her thyroid free. I believe who came off the fan. I haven't seen her in a couple of months. So it is doable. But it's a package will have to consider the whole body's endocrine system. And of course, as we talked about meditation to reduce a cortisol overproduction we have to dress the metro the dockers can alter do. More harm on test. Total dish staff to see where it is. Cortisol are going the protein binding tests candidate beagle. What are the body is holding onto this cortisol excess or what's going on? But we answering your question. Molly. She has an endocrinologist in. They've done, you know testing. I'm not sure if they checked your thyroid that I am thinking they have. And so there is so it is possible. If you have Addison's disease, it is possible to get it under control without taking synthetic cortisol. While I would have to say least, and at least an placed by Bren deployed and the rest of the body into the picture we can reduce that we can improve the quality of her life. We're not going to have they can't hide a significant lows. So the answer is yes. The her doctor, and the chronologies they should be knowing all this test that I mentioned. You know, Molly, there's gonna be a number that we're that's going to be put on very very shortly. And that's to contact each of doctors because you know, we have a one hour show and the doctors want to spend as much time as necessary analyzing and giving you suggestions, they're not the primary care physician. But they have thoughts that you could give to your primary care physician. Maybe they haven't thought of this or they haven't thought of that. It's an alternative. That's what we're here for. We're an alternative medicine show. And we want to give you as much information as possible that helps you get off the little blue pill red pill, the red and yellow, but whatever it may be yes, Dr messy. Great point Warren here into the alternative methods alternative medicine can compliment day conventional medicine for the best of the pay friends. So some of this information, your doctor may only be looking at it as a disease rain, and that's why we could be missing the point here, Dr Holly, and I we're looking at Boba called functional level which were we play more of a preventive role than waiting for disease and treating disease. You know, Molly you want to thank you for your call. We're going to go back to meditation right now. And we're gonna go to Dr hall and talked about some medication meditation. Well, I've got this Medicaid. We're medical show and I got this medicine show. Doctor hall. Let's talk about meditation some other strengths or weaknesses. What people can do as you're meditating. I I like Eric Clapton the Rolling Stones. But you know, sometimes you can't meditate on the type of music, but there are other pictures that you could put into your head and things of this nature that might help you relax. Is that not correct? Yeah. Like, whatever that makes you relaxed like a lot of people think of like the beach, you know, ways being on the beach. So you wanna kinda visualize kind of, you know, your environment or you can even visualize something like, you know, a flashlight or something whatever that makes you happy, you know, meditation has. You know, improved happy hormones like dopamine and serotonin. And there was a study that the trans Zan dental. I can't say that either meditation has actually reduced the risk of stroke and heart attack by fifty percents. Wow. That's huge. Yeah. Just put a lot of cardiologists out of business. Just kidding. Kelly. You have some thoughts. Well, no, I just going up what she just said. I have a client who I just spoke with a couple of days ago, we were training employees, and we were talking. She has her heart rate gets extremely high even with Pilates, which is very low-intensity. And she has talking tech a cardiac, and she said she's been on whatever. Medication? I I'm not sure what it is. But she tried to didn't help. And then she started meditating ten minutes in the morning. Ten minutes midday ten minutes at night. Along with oral CBD and it just like nipped it in the back. Yeah. So very very powerful. Yes. And CBD's is a natural product from the hemp plant, which we're gonna be talking about over the next several weeks. Because now that the United States is allowed medical testing and clinical testing of a very what I believe to be a very beneficial product that's gonna it's currently on the market and expanding very very rapidly. I'm sure you folks here about all this stuff. But Josh you had a thought about CBD. Yeah. No. I don't. Come from that world. I I started taking it because I hit a certain age. I had a little preauthorized in my finger. And I didn't really know what it was. We only fifteen how'd you get those very tough years. And it has something going on with my knee. And I didn't I didn't have surgery had some shoulder surgeries that I've had some elbow surgeries from lifting weights in my younger years. I'm a little over fifty right now fifty one, and so I started taking it. So a friend of mine was connected to this company. And I've really wasn't thinking of going into learning anything about that. Right. But I saw what what had happened to me. And I try some other different types of products. Now, there's not a ton of science on it. Like a lotta these other medicines that right, but I looked at her from I I it's more of a personal experience. And then I started studying about studying studying about it. I took my masters Pepperdine. And I am applying that analytic side of really diving in and fighting out really what's going on with this. Now, this is for this whole legalisation even of the cannabis side of it, which is different than them site. Those are cousins, correct. And looking at kind of what what can this plant? Do you know, this is not, you know, not not the Cheech and Chong version of it. Oh, darn disappointing. I went to Cal poly here in Juneau Jason's coming on with his segments. So everyone's you know, maybe had some experience with that. But let me from from preventative side, I've noticed personally in myself and have now for a Dover almost three years that I definitely gonna call me effect from it. I can tell more that I'm not taking it. Then actually when I'm actually taking it because I've know primed by body as they say, correct. And I'm kind of really going with it. So we're really what I see I suggest from preventative side, the people, I I'm not gonna tell people to take it. But you know, it's widely available. It's not all the same. Some of its snake oil side of it. I think it's all part of education. You know people. You know, you go to the doctor, and it gives you a pill. You don't do a lot of people don't do research. But in something like this. This is a natural product. And there's enough information. That's now being disseminate. Rated out of the marketplace that it's legal. It's not a death drug rare marijuana crazy drug. This is a hemp plan. It's not the marijuana plan of an early form of marijuana plant. But it's harvested before there's any THC or very low THC, but everyone has to do their own research to make sure that it would fit what they want..

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10:42 min | 3 years ago

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"And we're back the health calls radio show. I'm your host periods. Decoding before. We went to break. We're talking about meditation. We're going to come back to that. But we wanna take Marty from towards who's been extremely patient and been on hold. So let's go to Marty because he has a question for us. Yes. Hi, thank you. Your of show is fantastic. I discovered it a month or so ago, I get something out of every every every session on Saturday. Take lots. My question is. A couple of weeks ago. I believe I heard one of the doctors mentioned affected people should be a little bit careful about consuming too, many greens in their diet. And now live at the very end of the show and the comment. I don't know. Whether I heard that right or not. But if I did I sure would like to know what issues I should be concerned about well, you know, Marty we shot that doctor. He's no longer. I'm just kidding. Who wants to take that question? Yeah. Well, we're gonna start with Dr Paula, Dr messy because otherwise he'll shoot me. So nick. Always going to check the fifth on the issue. Well, well with me raise I- kidney patients, I definitely try to reduce the greens in their diet because it's, you know, high potassium. So I put the kidney patients that have maybe a kidney function of forty or less with less greens and their diet. Okay. What are you put in the diet? Oh, let's green so more like lighter colored vegetables, I Kali flowers salary. Skin. Yeah. Yeah. Dr messy. I know you wanna say something. Well, I. Right. I did say, I guess that told me no, I cannot take the fifth. So you can take one six one. I said a lot of grains, because we see today's becoming a kind of a little trend. People kept having too much of the vegetables dab, technically physiologically aggressively. We cannot digress. And they are not balanced in men of all the way, we can use them birds. A we cannot and that includes from top to bottom. So so forgive me. God kale, cauliflower cleaves spinach. Cain bois flaxseed. These are the things that are very lopsided one. In other words, there mineral ratio is not the same as we consume. Generally. They have too much calcium too little phosphor, should they're not balanced. So that holiday is kind of a ride because at the end they end up on the kidney Howard before they get to the kidney what too much mineralogy nam imbalanced mater roles. They burden day digestive track that create below ding. So I would have to say going back to basic. Moderation variety. Maybe a little bit of these doubt. But nothing the way it is the trend today called his smoothies chew sing. And all day. So Dr Matthew, what are what are some of the greens that you would recommend doctor hall set? Sample kipah simple, red green lettuce carrots cook. I'm better. Heavenly food. Spirit harshly. Sparrow. A little bit is dish is actually good. But too much. Can become a same as a celery? That's another diet friends who thinks Jewish which I totally agree with and what it does. So. It basic Crist. You can have the cauliflower kale if you want to but it's just a little bit. Answering your question Marty. Yes. You are. I was wondering if there's any references if I wanted to do more research or should I just make an appointment? You know Marty. When when we're coming up when we're going into the next break, there's going to be an eight hundred number for you to contact and you can talk to each of our panelists right after the show or either Sunday Monday Tuesday, but they're going to give you that number. And we wanna thank you for your call. You know, folks, let's talk about meditation. Kill you. You're talking about medication. Meditation as a form of medication and Dr Holly was doing that natural lateral medication. So let's go back to that. We'll Kelly real quick I was curious if you could talk about more forms of meditation because I've seen the benefits of that. But what are some of the benefits that you've gotten from, you know, meditation as a whole, the different types of the different types that I know of there's there's guided. Guided meditation, which is either like a mental picture that you're supposed to, you know, imagine her focus on while you're meditating or just like like us insight timer which is an app, and there's thousands of different meditations. I mean, I just listened to it. I personally can't sit there and just listen to nothing and breathe in clear. My mind doesn't work for me. I've heard a lot of people say it doesn't work for them either. So I have to listen to something. So it just kind of blocked out everything else. He just focus on what the instructor or the guy is saying there's that there's trend. I don't know if I'm gonna say this right transcendental, which. Which is a meditation, which is a repeated sound or phrase mantra that you focus on for a given amount of time. And then there's I mean, there's probably a lot of other ones personal I use guided, and I also do Kunda Leany, which is a form of yoga. But so it kind of puts together the physical aspects and the mind, so there's there's like you'll hold your arms above your head for fifteen minutes while you breathe. And I know it's crazy. It's super weird and you're supposed to wear all white lady do too. But. But. What is this? What is the very strange? I don't know. What is the timeframe around meditation? I mean is there a certain like a component that where it's like, hey, you know, ten minutes a day is good. Is it the right way to do it? I've heard that ten minutes a day is recommended. I personally do it depends on how long how much time I have. I think like two minutes is better than nothing. But I tend to do it about five to ten minutes in the morning. I used to do for forty five minutes every morning, and it was just too much. But I did feel amazing at the time. I have to say, but the recommendation while I was doing research is really ten minutes a day. He could break that up. You could do a fight five minutes in the morning. Five minutes at night. There's all sorts of different ways to do it. Dr holly. You have some thoughts about this also. Yeah. So I just took a course actually a couple of days ago on chiropractic and mindfulness. So basically, the breathing is very very important. A lot of people don't know how to breathe with the diaphragm. So me, you know, making sure you're breathing in with your nose out with your nose. But when you're breathing in your die from your stomach is going out when you're breathing out your stomach is going in and with a fire. Yes. So that's really really important. And for me, I usually meditate half an hour in the morning and half an hour at night that really helps with my anxiety. I have a little suggest trend that people can meditate. Control the heartbeat. The quickly no matter where they are. And clinically have found that I have heard from those who come to my office, very effective. We call it. The ten seconds breathing. You inhale for four seconds. And you exhale for six seconds that can bring down to me are very quickly. You can be in your car. Watching TV you could even do that. While you're open with your wife or at cetera ubereats and let her talk, so listen everywhere. Movie theater? No matter. What happens? Somebody cuts you in front of you. And sit out the birdie goes up here. Start breathing. Four seconds in six seconds out. You just going to have to make sure you learn what the four second is by counting your finger. You don't wanna go too fast? You don't wanna go to slow down one little trick that you guys can do and worked like a charm. No matter where you are interesting that that is very beneficial. Because as I'm driving I would have to have four to five hours of breathing on the four zero five freeway and other freeways, so that's a very practical example of how we can help ourselves. That's fantastic today, practical, Dr Holly, you were going to continue on either breathing or meditation or is so I wanted to talk about the cortisol hormone. So what is that? So when you have stressor anxiety. So basically what happens is your adrenal glands, which are on top of your kidneys. Release the cortisol hormone. Okay. So it's very important that you actually check your cortisol hormone throughout the day. And we do have tests for that. And you know, again, some people are really high in it some people are low, but we do have natural solutions to help balance that as well is that a non invasive tests. How does that is it like a strip is? Well, how do you do that? So. You can do it through the blood, and you can do it through this alive ads while wow, saliva is practical what's your call twenty four hours a lot ordinarily, they do at eight AM. And that's that tells you very little information even good exactly live as a perfect. You. Do it at home. Yeah. Not too expensive. You're just going to have to spit a little bit. Yeah. Some of us a lot. Hopefully, you'll learn to become a rapper to oggi's. Or did I say that now Josh is someone wants to reach us? You know, they want to find out about their health..

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03:34 min | 3 years ago

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"But I want to say Hello to the panel. I Kelly Curtis fitness expert to the stars. How are you Kelly? Thank you. We have Dr L E machine nutrition specialists PHD. How are you Dr messy? I am doing good. Good good. Thank you. We have functional mix. I can't even talk to functional. We're live folks functional medicine chiropractor, Dr Holly. How are you? I'm great. Thank you. We have Jason Waller addiction and rehab specialist. Are you Jason wonderful? Thank you. We have Dr of fashion. We have rod Allen Baker. How are you? Ron. I am doing awesome. This is a fantastic panel. Folks. We're here. Have you got a question about your health? We're going to be taking calls. Section two three and four but session one is about education, how stress and anxiety affect your heart. Let's go to doctor Dr messy. Let's talk about this. Well, as far as what I see in my clinical practice for the past twenty years. I should there is a lot of emphasis on high blood pressure and a lot of attempt to lower at different type of drugs. What it is a Dima water retention, whatever is irregular heartbeat or whether it's lowering the blood pressure with a combination of two or sometimes even three different family of high blood pressures. But I don't shave as an emphasis on day. Low blood pressure. I do not see even day. Does you come into my office? Do have a regular alter sound their doctor don't do it regular basis. We don't know day routine and one of the most important part of the heart, which is a pump. What I call. How strongly that blot out put as it is something called ejection fraction. That's just front of your palm. That's your heart. How strongly pushes it out? Should not be preventively speaking, I do not like to Seattle sixty five. But that's interesting question between you on your practitioner, but basically when it drops to less than fifty. We're talking about the risk of congestive heart failure put him on the heart is either too weak. Steph, whether you can't pump out or whether it cannot a late enough to get the blood ENA before they systolic basically pressure can push to blot out. So I won't. Brings us up to our listeners a change fan that they need to be having an open dialogue with cardiologists. General practitioners, nurses, doctors natural pats to focus on the low because as we talked about last week in Portugal or woman and the young woman. Less than fifty year old are becoming the Tom Pitta silent fatal disease because they don't know how much of. Stressed that they put in their heart. This pump can only take show much before. It says, you know. Thanks for having me..

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12:40 min | 3 years ago

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"For magnesium magnesium deficiency can bring on Lou Gehrig's disease, the lateral sclerosis, and it brings on Alzheimer's, and I've seen it many times in my own family and in France. So I would say to anybody if you want to avoid Alzheimer's symptoms. Lou Gehrig's disease symptoms, get rid of aluminum cookware, and this means in commercial places places taking care of senior citizens. I got one place. My grandmother's cousin came to live with me decided she needed to live in a retirement home. She started stumbling and falling. And I knew that was the beginning of Lou Gehrig's disease? Her memory was fading fast. I got them to change all the cookware in the kitchen, and they were wonderful cooks. Well, you know, I it sounds like he should be on our panel for next week. This could be a great great advertisements for stopping aluminum cookware, but Kelly, I know you have some thoughts when it comes to Alzheimer's and different things. Let's talk about an address our panel on some of the different things that could really affect. I know with health and fitness is exercise. Great for what can I do for Alzheimer's can make my grandma had Alzheimer's before she passed, and I know her nutrition and definitely her walks every day, she would take twenty to thirty minute walks with her nurse, and I could tell it was helping her with her sleep was helping her with her spirits and just different things. Like that. I mean. You know, dollar Hala. So it really good good exercise for the brain is high intensity interval training. So basically what that does it increases of an enzyme in your brain called brain derived neurotrophic factor by thirty percent. So I know, you know, more about that type of exercise. So if you want explain that a little bit for the listeners of what they do. So my grandma was ninety years old. So we weren't doing intensity interval training. Yeah. But for my clients now like I was talking about earlier with my brother-in-law. We do like thirty seconds thirty to forty five second intervals of boxing that has helped. And since that first time that we worked out with or without loves. Okay. With. So yeah, hold midst firm we'll box, and I do a lot of badeah with him, which is basically twenty seconds on ten seconds off of again, high intensity. Whether he burpee jumps swats south like that. And it's really it really has helped to kind of even out his his energy. His moods stuff like that. Yeah. Those are great answers. You know, I wanna come back to the phones because we've got Bob on the line. And he has a question. He's a caregiver for two elderly, ladies, and he wants to help change their eating habits is that correct? Bob. Yes. So that being said who wants to start? Dr messy. You wanna start rookie wanted to start round the clock here at too late now heating what we're talking about. Is he wants Dr Holly, so head sure the first thing is to try to eliminate as the sugar as much as possible. Okay. And anything processed so anything with gluten breads, you wanna take out in diet and just just e clean protein vegetables have a couple of fruits midday and at that exercise in there that would be drastic for them because they. The morning in the morning. They start off with either a bagel or doughnut. Oh, my own heart. I love that. Thing is is in I suggest you without also hurting their feelings or not. That's the thing is I I know that. I don't even know how to say it in words, how how can I tell them that they need healthier? You're in a difficult position. I will tell you that. But there are ways to get around. It are there not factor messy. But look there is yes, they do indeed have developed sweet too. But there is a little bit. We can for example, go to bagel for all day care and should have a doughnut. So at fleet stay get there. A little more complex carved and Donut. Get some organic DRAM so little by little in opposed to I dunno. Jiffy Leo peanut butter and commercial jam which is about seventy eighty percent trigger. Little by little tried to change the tags by I know, it's kind of a hard to do that. But if they can start their morning, and this is a key. And I think we all agree wet protein for breakfast. No fruit for breakfast midday fruit, complex, cart midday almost ninety percent of their back. I should be simple addressed when you say complex car, Dr messy, give us an example, some complex cards. Well, if what you see on the. On the shelf whopper. Brad. They have to have a day have been. Strip that just about everything except the name. They have no nutrient. They don't have a b why they have no fibers. They have no color character tipping bleed. And then they add some drunk vitamins twelve called that simple caught on the other hat. I don't want to ruin anybody's party. But when you do all, juicing and your smoothies. Your drinking simple cop. So all does. This moody maniacs proper be aware. You're drinking simple car because all your body. Sees is the sugar so taken away their juicing smoothies. Let them chew their food. Let them remember go back to basic chew their food and enjoy it as much as as much as they can at at one step, right? Step is better than no steps show start from there. Bob. How about how I got a question about eggs and avocado. How's that? Is that good for breakfast eggs as a wonderful complete protein for as long as you do not overcooked the yellow. Once you cook. That over you cook it over the yellow, Dan, a it can't become more of a problem because the heat both destroyed that and Twi class rawal that the yellow naturally has it show wonderful to a star. And what was? Will you please explain the smoothie and juice thing. I I totally disagree with it. Being a simple carb is that like strongly strongly throw down here. Okay. Dr hulda disagrees. Did you bring to us or other? Let's let's go once again back to Beijing. You got thirty two some more some less teaching your mouth, they're designed to your. We are not designed. We were not created to drink are. Camp. You're just simply cannot ruin food for a couple of reasons. Your digestive tract never had an opportunity to speak to the north to your brain. A what the heck you're drinking in order to prepare the enzyme enzyme. So that Jews can sitting or something, but a long period of time before the north and south your brain Eggert, digestive track and say what the heck did you do? You gave me a heads up. I don't know what to do with all this fruit now because you did not shoot down. Let's put it this fire for all those hit health nuts. A simple simple class of his smoothie Andrus has at least ten grams of sugar. But are you wanted on out place depends on what you mix it with some glass of Jewish and can contain up to forgot six sixty grams of sugar, which is simple good did not chew at your throat. Just about everything you could. Find from fridge just pick out. You don't have time to sit down and eat it. So it is totally national to the body. It's not a matter of opinion. It's clinically speaking. I have seen at over twenty plus years that when people drink their food they cannot absorb that. They could blow that they fill. It gets fermented. They make noise and not get as smelly God forbid. And so those are all sign up if you did the wrong thing. And what did we do the next day where it all over again? Because we listen to the point of I dunno Fabio, looking type with long hair that the hair around and say, it's good for you. Nonsense that back to the chew your food microwave trend for Wieting. Okay. Roger and out. So that is one man's opinion here on the health calls radio we have several different opinions. But Bob, I hope we're helping you answer your question. I mean, you're in such a difficult situation. I know you're probably ladies that you love, and it's hard to have a drastic change or even make a change when they're hesitant to make that change. But I have a suggestion for you after the show. Call eight seven seven two eight eight six four one seven. That's eight seven seven two eight eight six four one seven and they can give you answers right after the show because we're here live, and we're going to try and take one quick call. Let's go to Pauline Pauline. We have about forty seconds. And you have dry skin around your mouth any remedies for this who wants to jump in. I. Dr messy, no. Take a look at your blood tests. This is dot com. How do you do on pollen? Thank you so much for taking my call. I just wanna tell us to your screener that also have rainy knows each years along with it. And this has been going on for several months now I had this before year ago almost and I don't know what I did that just so many remedies went to college they give me Kutuzov worry when away not came back again, James Harris in very annoying, and I had to cover up with makeup, and is extremely dry itchy and peeling quite white pills. Scaly in a dry, and it gets rid. Wow. Doc Hollywood out so Pauline. What I would do. I would do to tests. Okay. I would do an allergy test. I would also do a food sensitivity test. Okay. Food sensitivity is different. It basically tests. A different antibody is called Iggy to certain foods, even healthy foods. So when your body eats these foods at thinks, it's an infection, and it could create dry dryness around the mouth runny, nose itchy. You know, itchiness anywhere. You know? So I would I would do these two tests. If you haven't already to see if that's your issue, will you would you please tell me real quick if this is a fungal infection. And I also hear funding picture and also you auto O'neil. So I don't know which one it is and turn called fuse. I don't know which hard to tackle. Based wouldn't you need to take the tests to determine? Without having an I and I'm not a doctor, but I'm just a layman here on the panel. But I think you need to have a test to determine what it might be. Because for someone on our panel to say, it's a fun Goeller. It's this or that they don't have enough information to give you that answer. And I think what I would do if I were you Pauline is basically after the show..

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09:54 min | 3 years ago

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"And there's I mean, there's different categories of the different types of exercises effects blood sugar in different ways. So like slow steady state where your hearts moderately elevated for a long. Period of time can really actually dropped the blood sugar pretty significantly high intensity interval training, which is short bursts of energy where your heart rate's coming up and down a lot that can actually elevate here blood sugar, and then with a weight training, depending on what kind of weight training. Do it could go either way. So it just a really. The client or the diabetic has really got to manage their nutrition. I'm kinda has to adjust their insulin intake and their food intake all that kind of stuff in order to balance everything out. So things don't go. Totally haywire. So there's a lot of things that go into it. But exercise is definitely key key key for diabetics. Yeah. That's a great answer. You know? I wanna go to Dr Hollick is this is one of your specialty. We're going to go to Dr Michigan. We're going to go to Dr Rick Dr Holly. How does diabetes affect the individual in so many different ways. I'll it affects everything, you know, it affects her sleep. They have difficulty sleeping, it affects her energy levels. So that's like the number one complaint. I get is. There are very very low in energy. And the reason why is because they have insulin resistance. So every cell has a receptor site where insulin and glucose going to produce energy for a type two diabetic. That's blocked. And that's why they feel very low energy which affects our job, which affects her family life. You know? So it affects their quality of life. Definitely. Wow. I didn't know it had that many effects now when it comes to nutrition, Dr messy, let's talk about diabetes. Well, diabetes. I'm sorry to wake you up. But that's all. Oh, no. I I'm awake. I've had my second Cup of coffee. I ready. Thank you. Diabetes is a little bit about somewhat known had. We know about it. It's still labelled as partly genetic which do not agree with it. Dealing with people but diabetes for more than twenty years. I have to rule out the diabetes. Majority of the people have an type two. Which we see mostly in day. Economic part of the world China has the highest number of diabetics followed by India of about seventy eighty million. And then US is the third in line pay about thirty million diabetic trying to got one hundred hundred forty million. So it is and that it would it is a type of self bone with the diet mostly. So dietary habits play a major role in here. What eat on a daily basis what we think is a healthy. And then, of course, the mindset with and today, everybody's distress overtime stressed that all can turn into more in Selena the more further insulin resistance. Onto Yeta had type one. Is a little more complicated than it has some as Vinod stays has a viral attachment threat, and that type one is more of a wider infection. There is a few rubella. Dishes twelve people at obscurantists are talking about it. We have Coxsackie why that is responsible for it. So. And then of course, there are just simple blood tests that your doctor your practitioner can tell the difference between a type one and type two. So. We have to understand what role the diet three habit and life historical play. Of course, the immune system can play a role major role, whether it is a type one or type two show, it is somewhat of a complex issues rather than one number to deal with or western glucose can vary depending on the time of the day. What you eat all that. So prevent Tonette is one thing. But the way it is do stays cost up over three hundred billion dollars cost the American health industry and a doctor hall is headed up. If can affect your. Daily routine and how you perform and dad along Costa's ninety billion dollars and reduction in capacity and productivity. So if you're diabetic it can affect your state of mind, and how you perform on your job. Rick. I'm sure you have some thoughts about this. Well, I do from a chiropractic standpoint, I'm always taken that angle. Diabetes is a huge problem. And when I talk about care practic, and how plays into this, obviously diet and exercise are two huge probably the main factors again. It's I don't think it goes back to genetics so much as it goes back to lifestyle, and in chiropractic, we're looking at the nervous system and the nervous system affects all other systems of the body, including the immune system, it affects the nerves that are coming out here Spiner going into affecting your your kidneys. They're going infecting your pancreas. They're affecting every other organ in your body. So from practic standpoint by adjusting, the spine and remote removing interference the nervous system, the body's organs are gonna function better. So that's that can help as far as from a diabetic perspective. But Dr Hala has has taken the she's a chiropractor as well, and she's taking it to a different level where she has done functional what we call functional medicine, and she's looking at more of a special niche is a niche. Each either or okay? So either she's looking at it from a different perspective, and is is really done a good job doing functional medicine with diabetics. And so I have some questions for her and go away. Yeah. What what's the difference? Dr Holly, doctor meshing mentioned type one and type two diabetes. But you said there was actually more. Can you explain a little bit more about what the different types of diabetes? Yes. So type one diabetes is, you know, you're diagnosed as a kid and your pancreas has pretty much making no insulin. Okay. Type two diabetes is a problem with insulin resistance. So again, your your body is not processing the sugar properly, and there is two other types of diabetes. Type one point five diabetes is actually an autoimmune diabetes, which your body is attacking things that are making insulin insulin itself, and we actually have tests blood tests to test for that. What if you are one point five diabetic, and you have insulin resistance as well and type three diabetes is actually Alzheimer's. So sixty percent of type two diabetes could get Alzheimer's. So you really really really want to reverse his condition as soon as possible. I got another question. I reversing the condition. I know you're going to go into that more. But a lot of people this show. This whole show is all about trying to get people away from not away. I don't want to say the wrong way, but taking pills as far as medicine goes medicine. We don't want to just cover symptoms all the time. And is it true? That diabetics are usually taking metformin men probably some other things, and yes, so what's your take on that? It's so basically when someone is diagnosed with type two diabetes the first medication. They put you on metformin metformin stops working. They have to increase the dose. Then they have to put you on glitz aside, then the end stages insulin and insulin can go up as much as I've had a patient on four hundred units of insulin. That's that's a lot that was the most I've ever seen. And you know, she did lose one hundred pounds with me, and she got out of all of her medications, you know, insulin cholesterol, mas- blood pressure meds and all doing it the natural way. So. What I do is. I basically, we do extensive blood work, okay? To test all your organs to see if something is not functioning because you know, everything works together. Right. We checked your hormones and one of the most important hormones to help regulate. Your blood sugar is the cortisol hormone normally that should be higher in the morning and lower at night. And that if that's off I have a natural solution for it. So yes, high cortisol high stress can cause high blood sugar is but not enough cortisol can also do that as well. K? I also check your immune system to see you know, what's going on. You know, eighty percent of your immune system is in your gut. So if you have like bacteria yeast parasites, we need to address that issue naturally to help bring down your blood sugars and to get your immune system functioning properly, and we do do blood tests. You know, every forty five days to make sure everything is functioning properly, and we go from there. Well, what a great answer, folks. You're listening to the health calls radio show and coming into segment to we want to hear from you. If you've got a question about diabetes. If you've got a question about high cholesterol, whatever the situation is we want to hear from you to.

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10:04 min | 3 years ago

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"But we're going to change our format a little bit today. We're going to ask you to hold your calls during the first segment because we've got some great education for you to listen to. And then the second segment we want to hear from you about what we are talking about joining me on the show today. We have fitness expert to the stars Kelly Curtis. How are you Kelly? Thanks. We have a world route renowned nutritionist, Dr L E messy. How are you? Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. And we've got Mr. magic hands. Folks, we have Dr Rick Belling with us. He's a chiropractor. That is second to none. How are you? Rick, boom. Awesome. Also joining us on the show today, we have Jason wahler. And he's a well known celebrity. I think I know I know you guys know him, and he's going to be talking about addiction rehab things to get you on track to get you away from addiction. How are you? Jason any better. I'd be in heaven brother, and you're in heaven, you're on this show. Folks today, we're going to open the topic with talk about blood pressure. Now kelly. As a fitness expert, and as an expert on this panel. Let's talk about blood pressure. And then I want the three of you just to have a conversation about the good the bad, the ugly when it comes to blood pressure. So give me your thoughts. My thoughts will a lot of my. I mean, a lot of my clients have high blood pressure. I work with people of all ages. But I have a lot of the older population. Including me, maybe one day. That come to mean ask you know, what they can do to lower their blood pressure. A lot of them are on medication. Some aren't some don't want to take medication. So really, I just kinda prescribe any sort of cardiovascular activity will do. And. Usually thirty to forty minutes. Five days a week with a little bit of strength training strength training can temporarily spike your blood pressure, but it has a lot more long term benefits. Then short term. But yeah, anything I mean, any cardiovascular activity for till will help to lower your blood pressure, walking jogging, swimming cycling. I also recommend yoga to try and eliminate or trying come down any stress rings -iety meditation. A lot of stuff like that. Rick. What's your what are your take? What's your take on it? What's your experience? Yeah. What you just said, exactly. As far as exercise goes great way to help, lower blood pressure blood pressure. Norm naturally. I did a little studying last night. I went on the internet just to because I knew we were going to be talking about this this morning and went on the internet and found out that one in three adults in the United States is diagnosed with blood or has high blood pressure and only about half have any kind of control over it. And I thought that was a real startling statistics that there's that many people out there. So for our listening audience, literally one in three adults at seventy five million Americans having high blood pressure defined as anything one with this enormous, one twenty over eighty and high blood pressure is one forty over ninety and so anything in between that is kind of like borderline. But that's a lot of Americans. And that's a lot of medications. There's also a statistic on the CDC. See website that said forty eight billion dollars annually is is lost to high blood pressure problems. A lot of money. Yeah. It's forty eight billion with a B annually. So my take on this is why why do people get high blood pressure? Where does it come from in the first place, and then what can we do to to prevent it or make it better? And from a chiropractic standpoint, I'm always talking about the power that made the body heals. The body we were designed beautifully wonderfully made and our bodies naturally respond to our environment and it's for survival. So when blood pressure goes up in blood pressure, actually blood pressure. Going up is good in certain situations. You need that. If you're going to run from tiger. You want your blood pressure to go up, but it should come back down to a normal level again run fast. Yeah. So any kind of stressor our bodies are are designed to respond to our environment into stressors and to keep us in survival. But we shouldn't stay in that stress mode. That's the problem is people stay stressed out and the blood pressure rises. And it stays that way. Then they go into the medical doctor, and the medical doctor looks at the numbers, and they go, oh, you have high blood pressure. Let's give you these medications and the whole point of our show is to try and get getting people off of medications that are I shouldn't say off medication. I don't wanna tell you stop taking their meds. What we wanna do is give people ways to to fix their health problems without covering it up with meds. And what we see is too. Many people be putting getting put on medications, and it's giving them an artificial number. So you taking like I said last night, I was looking on the on the website and all these different medications, and there are so many that I started getting high blood pressure reading it. But there are so many different medications. There are dying. Heretical that are trying to make you lose some of the water some of the volume in your system, basically. So you're you're you're peeing out more water and salt, and sodium, so so there's diuretics there's ace inhibitors that prevent NGOs from doing its job in the body. There's calcium blockers is also all these different medications and what they're doing is. They're pills that will lower your blood pressure number, but it's an artificial number. So that's that's the way I see the danger is that people are taking medications to to lower their blood pressure without doing it naturally. And what Kelly said with exercise is a great way. Not smoking. Obviously is important. Diet is huge. I'm Dr messy take that one. But just really quickly chiropractic care practic affects the nervous system. So there was a study done in two thousand seven showing the effects of chiropractic adjustment of the atlas the very top born in the neck, and how it lowered blood pressure more than two medications combined. Wow. So that's a huge thing, and it should have gotten more publicity. But it didn't so beginning adjusted an exercise within diet like I said, Dr Massie, what do you? What's your take on that? Well, as far as I'm concerned, and is she in my private practice and by studies ninety nine percent of people with high block or generally speaking ninety nine percent of cardio vascular diseases, including lot preferred or self-inflicted Vange root cause bad diet. Three habits bath life styles. Kelly talked about the life is taller distressed reduc, chronic. Yes, take that pathetic dominance pressure of your endocrine system. Dietary habits. Well, let's see what causes the high blood pressure. Besides just trust in the first place that fat. That's a shopper. Couple can talk about. What are the fats that clogged artery? What are the fact that gave us the the NFL network? The body can burn passed at once again, I self inflicted wound. People usually take a lot of things that contribute, the two main factors too high blood pressure when it comes to clog, Andy art way monitor about fat and wanted that they took a tremendous amount of. Synthetic vitamins calcium minerals, they alter technician. Excessive amount of calcium built up and a green vegetable form that they can't break down. So we have to get rid of this calcification form and in combination with the fat deposit. And I should ninety nine percent will leave that one percent for the genetic factor. So if you come to me and say my dad, my mom, my dad, my grant stat have a high blood pressure. My doctor put me on his tapping drug or a low blood pressure. I say nonsense. What you eat. How you think is the one that is going to affect you shake nephew can't medication than as Rickman trend is kind of play with the number but the root cause clogged artery with the two. Major factors walled remain wolves remained. You know, you bring out very valid points. Now, one of the things I wanna do is. We're going to be going to break very shortly. And I want to let our listening audience know that they can talk you direct. We're live folks by calling eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's eight hundred two two two five two two two. When we come back from the break, we're going to be taking your calls. If you've got a question about your blood pressure. Do I need to take the pill? Do I not need to take the pill? What I'll turn kids are available to me. It's eight hundred two two two five two two two. We're going to be talking to Jane Waller to later on in the show. So we want you to stay tuned to talk to him about if you've ever had an addiction problem, if you've been in recovery, it's accessible,.

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"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:47 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Eight hundred two two two five two two two. Let's go right back to the phones. And let's go to Luther who's been so patiently waiting. Thank you. Thank you. I have a problem for the past five years. I cannot leave flat on on my bed. I can't really plan at all. I've been sleeping in a rocking chair and have no pain soon as I lay flat. Embiid lower back hurts so bad. I can't stand it. So I've gone to a couple orthopedic doctors are taking treatments. I've had 'em our rays. They don't find nothing that would cause me to be able to lay flat on my back in bed. I don't understand what to do. But this this raping a rocking chair every every night. Boy. I think each of us has an opinion, and I'm the host, and I have an opinion, but I'm not going there. But who wants Rick as far as chiropractic does? Yeah. Luther you said you've gone to a chiropractor already, right? Yeah. Go wherever I go like once or twice emerges to keep my back your spine alignment. Okay. Does it give you any relief? No, not as far as laid flat. My Becker doesn't. Okay. I don't know. If you've heard the previous caller have you heard of spinal decompression. Makes my back worse. It makes it hurt. Even worse. It does. Okay. I'm wondering have you been evaluated like Kelly said when she talks about Pilates and yoga and different fitness routines. Have you done any kind of exercise? No. I haven't done any videos, but I do. To keep the back muscles strong with the more exercise the worse it hurts. So I quit Dixie size. It could be the kind of exercises and you're doing two or stretches. I mean, obviously like I said, I'm biased being chiropractor. I'm looking at doing adjustments and spinal alignment, but you might have a different muscle imbalance or some core muscles that are going on. Because if I lift if I live like a gallon of water with one arm right away. My lower back start hurting their muscles start tightening up and. Can't seem to. Lift anything run a matter of no matter what weight it is. Poses a muscle muscles. Start hurting goes away after your world. Sounds like a core problem. If he's got muscle weakness is all over. I'm not a doctor, but I've gone through that myself. So who has suggestions up? I want to ask Laterna question. How old are you, sir? Maybe three eighty three got bless. You got about seventeen more years to go ninety nine. And then the path that you're on your own, buddy. Let's see what we can do for you on your ninety nine. I wanna she. Muscle weighs muscle wasting in here. I'm wondering what your eight the reason I ask that is because I probably would be suspecting you're taking some form of a statin drugs. Take any drugs, right? Do take a run supper which helps helps a lot like customer so engine. To college and stuff like that. I've been taking it every day. I see the help it doesn't either way flat on my back. But it takes a lot of pain away. You do juicing dieting because I have type two diabetes, and they said that. Will make it make the sugar. Go up have your doctors rolled out the neuropathy. Oh, no. They haven't ruled that out. No, okay. Because this could be a diabetes neuropathy related things. Because the second you lie down that pink nerve. And it doesn't have to be even day bonus purse or something that bothering you. So you're not having muscle-wasting. But I want you to be careful with supplements that you check because those supplements mostly some of them, I don't mind visually. But they do have a lot of showing Pedic Metropole dynamic that could possibly stiffen your muscle. Afforded more. Okay. Are you type one or type two diabetic too? I'm not really. On the borderline disappear low the Bulow. Be considered type just running the borderline. My suggestion to you would be to reduce anything that you see with the term white Jeanette. I want you to lay back on some of the green vegetables that have a lot of calcium and imbalanced mineral between them. Kale? Cauliflower broccoli spinach. I want to stay away from the bird seeds such as Chia seed hempseed. You take all of those picking a week recipe. I take Carrillo supplement stop both of them. That would be my suggestion to you. Because I do see a lot of people practically my office that doodo staying, and they do have a lot of calcification and ordering up their muscles all because they deposit, and they basically stiffen up the arteries the muscle that can create a stones in a different part of the body. So I would satellite the NOP if not avoid entirely, I suggest now winter fall time where are you turn? Okay. Well, you get a little bit of room to Britain here. But don't do anything to out of ordinary now except some light to stretching as Kelly mentioned a little bit of yoga. Little bit applaud the very very very very light. So you don't wanna tear entertain because if those muscles are hard and stiff you put a little pull on it. You could have snap pet though cry. You just put a little pool or my back starts hurting. Muslims. Tighten up your real tight. But then it goes away after after maybe an hour. To try to stay with from those chain that I mentioned. Make it a stiffer and harder. Okay. Yeah. So body chemistry wisely. Doctrine messages, said looking at what you're taking in is going to affect the overall pain, and inflammation. But it sounds like a structural thing. To sounds like a posture thing you're talking about when you lift a gallon of water when you lie and you're back. So you're you're okay. And then you changed by loading by picking up a weight like rudder or by lying down your changing your posture. Yeah. That's what's lead me to believe. There's more structural stuff going on in there. And if the chiropractic or decompression, or anything isn't helping you then again, I thinking more getting into some of the core muscles, and they might be stiffened in harden, Dr messy said so you've got to be careful with it. But you could go in and do some light stretching and some core. Strengthening would you would you recommend Kelly? Visit this is Kelly. I would say about trying to get somebody to come into your home a trainer physical therapists to help you with again, light stretching Pilates, which strengthens your core. And does a lot of other things ring-fence your whole body, but it starts with your car and your stabiliser muscles. But I'd also get somebody to show you how to do things around the house in a functional way you could be lifting wrong using the wrong muscle group. I am just stuff like that. So when once you're done doing those are not in major pain and most insurance companies will actually help you with the cost. Yes. Definitely. Okay. You know, if you'd wanna have a further discussion.

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"dr messy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Social media use. As bad as gambling. As having a drug addiction. According to a new study. You believe this was I know that we're addicted to social media, I know that were dictated to our smartphones. It's really amazing. Certain places and you look around and every single person is on a smartphone. And I'm not gonna lie. I'm social media wise, I use Twitter Instagram account. And if you want to follow my Instagram account, I'm trying to build that up my Instagram account is at certified Todd Schnitt as someone grabbed Todd Schnitt. In fact, I might have actually grabbed Todd Schnitt years ago, but I forgot a password and all that stuff, but my my actual Instagram is act certified Todd Schnitt. Why because I am certified and and certify a bowl. And of course, my Twitter feed is at Todd Schnitt. And listen, I'll be the first to admit that. I look at it too often. I care about it too much. And yeah, I'm probably have an addiction as well. But the latest I saw is that. Behavioral scientists researching at Michigan State University, they think that risky decision making the takes place. During excessive internet usage by excessive internet users. Is essentially on the same level as drug addicts. Or those with a compulsive gambling problem? They've got new research. They published in the journal of behavioral addictions, which I'm waiting for my copy to arrive this month. The first to investigate a connection between the use of social media platforms. And what they say is decision making capacity, and they claim that it's a quality that's often measured as low among other. Addicts like gambling addicts or drug addicts around one third of humans on the planet are using social media. And some of these people are displaying Mel adaptive excessive use of these sites. According to the Michigan State University lead, author assistant, professor Dr messy in a statement sounds like a smart guy and says our findings will hopefully motivate the field to take social media overuse seriously. So here's what happened the research. They asked seventy-one participants to complete a survey measuring their psychological reliance on Facebook as they've done with other types of addiction. They asked us. For example, how they felt when they were cut off from the platform, whether they ever tried to quit or how Facebook affects the work. And then finally, according to this New York Post right up. Finally, participants were asked the play a simple memory game with a deck of cards. The idea is to collect hypothetical cash by remembering which decks drew the most reward cards compared to penalizing cards called the Iowa gambling task the GT. And that's commonly used by psychologists to measure this season making skills and subjects so what they found at Michigan State University. Was that the worst participants performed on the t the more they use social media? And those did better spent less time utilizing social media platforms and the results correspond with substance abusers like those that are all addicted a Walter White's products, you know, a meth. Or opioids. There's no doubt about it. And social media. Our brains are getting rewired our kids the amount of screamed screen time. A screen time is good to the amount of screen time. That that our kids are are utilizing what we're utilizing this a fortnight crap. I mean, people ought to be held and repulsed by Facebook with all of their info sharing and they're lying. Pretty much abandoned Facebook, I never really was an active user, but I once my tweets they stopped the with the whatever happened. It was an agreement that stopped agreement between Twitter and Facebook. And my tweets I can automatically set up the post on my Facebook page and that stopped back in August. Something happened between Twitter and Facebook post anymore. And I I I don't go on Facebook. So my counselor dormant. So my method is Twitter at Todd Schmidt on Twitter at Todd Schnitt on Twitter, and my Instagram is at certified Todd Schnitt. Hey, just out of curiosity of those listening to the program. Thoughts..

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"dr messy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon. I'm Josh binswanger. Taking a look at our top stories, President Trump during the US Mexico border in mcallen, Texas. The president says he's canceling his trip to Switzerland for the World Economic Forum because of the partial government shutdown. His former personal attorney Michael Cohen will testify in public before congress next month. And another update the fifth in a row for Wall Street. In other news at this hour Northbridge man blocking access to a popular walking park because of a dispute he's having with the US. Army corps of engineers WBZ's. Kim Tunnicliffe has the story. Big cement slabs blunt part of west hill road leading to a park in dam which is run by the army corps of engineers resident Ross Smith put up the blockade because he says west hill road is part of his property, and he's been leading government officials and visitors use it for years. Smith says there are liability issues to consider. He's also frustrated the army corps hasn't met with him in two years regarding a house and driveway. He wants to build on his property. The problem is the driveway would crossover a flow which easement that's used for controlled flooding. Smith says he's willing to grant the government permission to continue using his road. If they agree to sit down with him, and I are willing to donate an easement through the government for free. We asked them to look at us or anything. He's meant to drive a driveway to build a house for our son and granddaughter we have a call out to the army corps of engineers. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio four fifty on this Thursday afternoon is use of social media and addiction results. From yet. Another study here CBS's Pam Coulter. Michigan. State researchers administered psychological tests to people who were consumed by their use of Facebook and other social media and found they had questionable decision. Making ability. Dr messy is the lead author of the study accessible social media users behave very similar to drug addicts in their inability to make good decisions under risk. And he says there are implications beyond online activity. Someone isn't accessible social media user than they be making mistakes with their decision making in the real world. Pam Coulter CBS news, Bloomberg news reporting that Samsung galaxy eight users are sounding the alarm on their digital rights after realizing they're not able to delete the Facebook app from their phones. Facebook says whether or not the app is able to be removed depends on various preinstalled deals. Facebook has with phone manufacturers operating systems and mobile operators around the world Samsung says once a user disables the Facebook app, it will stop running, but will not be removed. A new study. Finds older users of social media are more likely to post fake news MoneyWatch is Diane. King hall has more researchers at Princeton University and NYU found that Facebook users older than sixty five shared seven times more misinformation during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign, then users between eighteen and twenty nine. The report also found that of that older crowd. Republicans were more likely to spread fake news than Democrats if you get your daily coffee at Starbucks. You may soon see needle disposal boxes in the bathroom of your coffee shop. Starbucks says it is installing the boxes at some locations after workers reported being stuck by needles while taking out the trash the company would also consider removing trash cans from bathrooms and what it calls high risk locations. And a new study says using oral B glide dental floss could lead to higher levels of toxic chemicals in the body. The research found that women who use the loss at higher levels of P F A S chemicals in their bodies. And women who didn't use the floss PF AS chemicals are used for the resistance to water in Greece health problems like cancer ulcerative colitis and thyroid disease in children have been attributed to exposure to the chemicals correspondent Mark Mayfield. With that report..

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"dr messy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Field to help identify any red flag issues that might be threatening someone another Bill the mayor will file would allow police to find owners of vehicles found to contain illegal firearms. They wouldn't get their cars back unless they pay a two thousand dollar fine. From city hall Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Boston police still trying to find the suspects who attacked a group of men in the public garden on New Year's Eve Zach Johnston was one of the victims robbed and stabbed. WBZ? TV's Ken MacLeod spoke with him the stab wounds suffered by the twenty four year old teacher. Aid is healing nicely. And he's trying not to think about what could have happened. It's so easy to get bogged down with all the what if the trio was heading from one New Year's Eve party to another cutting through the public garden when three thugs seemed to appear out of nowhere. There was a brief scuffle as the suspects brandished a knife and a pistol stripping Zack's group of their wallets and cell phones at six four to fifty Zach never thought he'd be mugged when there's weapons involved. It's a big equalizer, but the crooks weren't done escorting Zach to a nearby ATM. It was only then that he noticed he'd been style very curious access when he handed over five hundred bucks from that ATM has attacker gave him back his wallet. And cell phone nine fifty one. Now, a well known local club promoter has died. Chris Harris is credited with transforming clubs in Boston. And providence for more than a decade working algae BT to events at the house of blues royale, Boston and the paradise among others Harris was fifth. Two. It's true where addicted to social media results from yet. Another study from CBS has Pam Coulter. Michigan state, researchers administered psychological tests to people who were consumed by their use of Facebook and other social media and found they had questionable decision. Making ability. Dr messy is the lead author of the study accessible social media users behave very similar to drug addicts in their inability to make good decisions under risk. And he says there are implications beyond online activity. Someone isn't accessible social media user be making mistakes with their decision making in the real world. Pam Coulter CBS news, Hulu is cutting ties with Sarah Silverman. I don't know why my goldfish died. I mean, I put it in a tank top. Is that a bad joke? Yes. Should I be fired for? Yes. I love you America. The comedians late night talk show has been cancelled after two seasons Silverman plans to shop the series to other networks and streaming platforms. The show was nominated for an EMMY in two thousand eighteen..

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"dr messy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"dr messy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Six thirty and a few snow showers in the area. Thirty four degrees now in Boston. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Checking our top story in the nation's capital. It's no wall. No deal. He asked speaker Pelosi. Will you agree to my wall? She said, no. And he just got up and said, then we have nothing to discuss. And then he just walked down. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer after a brief meeting with top Democrats and President Trump in the White House situation room CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy says the president will go to the heart of the matter today to Texas and the US Mexico border president said this week he could resolve the impasse in Forty-five minutes. He ended talks yesterday after about fifteen top Senate democrat Chuck Schumer says it happened after Mr. Trump put the question to house speaker Nancy Pelosi, she said, she wouldn't back wolf finding even if Mr. Trump allowed the government to reopen as Mr. Trump heads to the border. There's renewed speculation. Over whether he'll declare a national emergency to build the wall without congressional approval. He said he might do it. If he can't strike a deal more than eight hundred TSA workers at Logan airport are among those not getting a paycheck tomorrow, the food and Drug administration says routine food inspections are not getting done. The FDA does say checks of the riskiest foods are expected to resume next week separately in the department of agriculture says food stamp benefits. Have now been guaranteed through February. They had been set to run out at the end of this month, six thirty one. Now, another study on heavy use of social media CBS's. Pam Coulter reports Michigan state, researchers administered psychological tests to people who were consumed by their use of Facebook and other social media and found they had questionable decision. Making ability. Dr messy is the lead author of the study accessible social media users behave very similar to drug addicts in their inability to make good decisions under risk. And he says there. Implications beyond online activity. Someone isn't accessible social media user than they be making mistakes with their decision making in the real world. Pam coulter. CBS news troubles continue for the state's office of alcohol testing. A judge rules don't Breathalyzer tests administered in Massachusetts can be used as evidence in court until the office proves it's results are accurate. That decision comes after close to four hundred Breathalyzer results were shown to be flawed. Prosecutors were then forced to toss out evidence from thousands of drunken driving cases, the court ruled the office must undergo major reforms is someone or something trying to make contact. Astronomers say mysterious signals from a distant galaxy are being picked up by telescope in Canada, the repeating radio-wave blasts are coming from the same source about one and a half billion light years away. Dr Ingrid stairs is one of the scientists trying to nail down the origin of the signal. We can hope to stay. It with a telescope that works as an inter Frometa something like the Merlin telescope in the UK, for example, with many separated antennas, and if we can do that and catch it in one of those bursts, we will be able to tell where it is on the sky with much better precision than McCain just with a single telescope repeating bursts from a single source have only been heard once before in two thousand fifteen six thirty.

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