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Dr. Jason Fung Breaks the "Counting Calories" Weight Loss Myth
"What i had learned in. Medical school was all about sort of calories in calories out sort of thing. But the more i looked into it. One it's very very unsuccessful. Way to lose weight. Counting calories simply does not work at all and people will say. Oh but it does it. Does it does well if you look at the scientific studies. It doesn't every single study that's looked at sort of say you know. Trying to restrict calories leads to at best a couple of pounds of weight loss over like eight years. So you acknowledge that if you if you take calories out of somebody's diet long enough they are going to lean regardless of anything else. So where is where does that. Paradigm breakdown in reality. And is it just willpower. That people aren't sticking to it or is it something else while it's something else and the whole point is that it's not the number of calories. It's what your body does with those calories. Because if you take one hundred calories of edith cookie for example and you take one hundred calories. Your body has a decision to make. Do i store that as body fire or do i burn it for energy and say increase body generation for example and that's the basal metabolic rate. That's the a number of calories that your body uses in a day so which your body does with that same hundred calories you can either become fodder or you can have a bit more energy during the day and which one your body does really depends on the hormones that are associated with the foods that you're eating and that's the real key because if you simply cut calories and this is the way that i was taught and everybody was taught you simply cut the fat eat less fat because fight is very dense in calories. You get less calories and therefore your body is going to lose body fat. But that's not necessarily true. If you eat five hundred calories less your body could simply decide to burn five hundred calories less and you won't lose any body
Biden Backs Waiving International Patent Protections for COVID-19 Vaccines
"Morning, the U. S trade representative announcing that the Biden administration supports a waiver of intellectual property protections for covert 19 vaccine patents. Will advocate the lift The measures with the World Trade Organization representative Catherine Tie, noted that President to Biden strongly believes in the protections but considers the waiver needed S O that Other countries, especially those experiencing a surge and infections like India can ramp up their vaccine programs. The White House has faced pressure to support the waiver. But critics and some drug manufacturers argue it's too risky and won't actually increase global vaccine distribution. In fact, Visor board member of Dr Scott Gottlieb Says the U. S. Needs to be honest about the process. Look, We just need to be honest about what we're promising when not if we promise that we're going to give away the AIP were not promising that anybody is going to get a dose from the manufacturing facility outside the United States for at least a year, And that's not the most circumstance I think could take longer than that. I think the Chinese and the Russians do have the capacity. Copy these vaccines. There's one vaccine manufacturing South Africa that we could potentially work with to do a tech transfer to stand up manufacturing in that facility. They couldn't make a vaccine soup to nuts because this is a multi part process different facilities and needed for different parts. This process, even fives and manufactures the vaccine over multiple facilities they could take on, perhaps to fill, finishing or some parts of the state steps involved in manufacturing vaccine. It would take time it would take at least six months to a year. You'd have to put personnel new equipment in there to do that. I'm not saying it's impossible, but it's not going to be something that solves the problem in next six months, maybe the next 12 months. Audio courtesy of CNBC. All 164 members of the World Trade Organization will have to agree on the matter before Ah, waivers implemented.
A Fathers Journey to Understand & Heal After His Childs Suicide
"Jason. Welcome to my podcast. I am very very honored to talk to you today. About such an important topic and how you have gone through such a such an issue. Such a mess of thing in how you've turned the surrounding your life to help others so before we start people put a little bit of actual bio but can you just tell us a little bit about who you all what you do why you and then we can dive into a story to talk about this incredible incredibly important topic of teen suicide and what we can do. Doctors really appreciate you having me on here today. It's a very. It's a tough topic for so many people. It's not an easy topic for me either bees. I've actually unfortunate. Lived through the death of son and i think it's important after losing ryan go back to the story. He was he just turned fourteen years of age and my wife and i were on vacation. Celebrate your birthday. It was three years ago. In this march he'd literally turned fourteen and ten days later decided to take his life. And i didn't see a Signs we didn't know there's any wrong with ryan we knew the ride had crohn's disease. We knew ryan was a little grumpy but we had three other older kids. They were all happy and he was like least frumpy how i could see it and we did not know what he was struggling with. And i didn't ask. That's the the biggest thing that i wanna get across the parents of doing. What i'm doing is because if you take the look at the life we lead haiti life. At least from my perspective. He had a good life. I'm yeah we don't have a lot of issues. A great family life. He lived in a nice setting. I've been able to provide very well for my family and he wasn't needing anything he had friends. He was the class clown he was all. Those things done little challenges but i did not realize what he was struggling with inside because i never asked how he was doing
Teaching Digital Marketing To Gen Z Through Real World Projects
"If there are marketers out there listening to this episode or there are nonprofits or educators at the university. And if you're working like an in a business remarketing department. I would say if you haven't tried this framework Or approach that we tried in. It's been very successful. Which is look help. The students learn by doing so hands on. Take the nonprofit in this case and pick the ones that are going to sort of drink. The kool aid right because they have to do some work on their end as well. But it's a win win for everybody. Wouldn't you say because i've everyone that i've talked to over the years and i've kept in touch with any of the students there from your class. It's like it. It served as like a big like it was very impactful. Yes i think students have found it very impactful. And they appreciate that they get to work with a real company and they're learning digital marketing. But they're actually seen because the nonprofits are so appreciative. A you know students are doing blogs and social media posts social media audit google analytics audited audit that the The not they see the nonprofits is just light up because they're actually teaching them about their business in how to improve it so many the students put you know. Put it under linked in profile. And they're very proud and they talk about it in their interviews.
CDC Projects Sharp Decline in COVID-19 Cases by July
"Nineteen toll on the united states will fall sharply by the end of july that according to new research released by the federal government. What we learned from this report is that we are not out of the woods yet but we could be very close. Cdc director dr rachelle walinsky the report included projections from six groups. The cdc tasked them with predicting the course of the us epidemic. Between now and september the models projected a sharp decline in cases by july twenty twenty one and an even faster decline if more people get vaccinated sooner but the report also warns that a substantial increase in hospitalizations and deaths is possible if unvaccinated americans disregard basic precautions. The number of new daily cases now stands at about forty thousand per day. that's the lowest level since september but still more than seven hundred americans die each day from covid
Dr. Dana Philossaint: Forgiveness as a Spiritual Journey
"Can you just really touch upon. What what your philosophies are on forgiveness so just look at a dictionary. Talk about forgiveness being something. We have to do deliberately and consciously in one thing that i think people forget. Oftentimes too is. It's actually choice that we have as well. It's it's an optional choice on but it's more about the feeling that's involved in it as well that That's hours that we tend to overlook in thinking that it has something to do with the person only in so therefore there's a lot of a hardness of heart in in thoughts that i cannot forget this person but the healy comes when we acknowledged that you know the bible tells w. r. to forget when we actually forget it's a burden is lifted off of us an opportunity for healing. I love the name of your podcast healing. Plays if you can take this concept a forgiveness in brand to your own live with actually find that healing the healing will start taking place and you you really start wondering why not do it earlier. And it's a free burden a burden of caring for so long just You know you give that up. Give that burden up in fields as mentioned so much lighter.
The Latest: Germany, WHO set up global health monitor center
"Dr Anthony Fauci says the strategy for getting a coveted shot is changing Dr Val G. as president Biden's chief medical advisor and as the administration wrestles with how to persuade reluctant Americans to get vaccinated a new idea is emerging it's going to be more walk in type where you can walk into any of a number of the tens of thousands of pharmacies that are going to have the vaccine readily available to somebody walks in no appointment make it easy as possible to get vaccinated and in that context I think we're gonna get there to the seventy percent figure the president Biden wants to see seventy percent of adults having had at least one Kovic shot by July fourth doctor felt she was on the today show I'm Rita fall lay
Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4
"In the fight against covert 19, and the date is familiar. It's July 4th of this year, but now he wants 70% of American adults who have gotten at least one shot by Independence Day. There is resistance, especially in rural America. CBS's David Begnaud continues our coverage. The Biden administration is also planning to work with more local doctors, who they believe will be key to breaking through that vaccine distrust in local communities. Dr. Stephen Lakey is the chief medical officer at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, in the northern part of the state. There aren't any demographic that are gonna be suspicious or or have not heard the message from either you know, national sources or from national news, And I think having that impact of having our local leaders in those rural environments is gonna be critical. Back in Maryland vaccine administrator Cornell candidate says some people have been able to overcome their vaccine hesitancy. In a game
Is it Love or Love Bombing?
"Love bombing can either come at the beginning with lots of gifts. A lot of anxious attachment approve of me or it can come later. I mean i lots of clients who especially if there's a rift in the relationship than suddenly the love bombing comes as a way to re-engage to get this person Reconnected with you. But you have to be careful because the gift is not about you okay. Those roses had nothing to do with me. I could have been allergic to roses. I mean he didn't know you are. Yeah who i was. Did i like roses did i. Not but the point of the behavior is what's underneath which is usually in insecure person does not wanna feel anxious while they're waiting for you to approve them so they have to up an amplified the volume to get you to agree to them so they don't have to look at their own. I wanna i wanna be careful here because just because someone gets you. Two dozen roses does not mean that their love bombing you. So where do we draw the line and say this is an act of love bombing versus someone who truly cares about me and wants to make me happy well so much of that you a is timing right so in a normal relationship if the guy knew me and was sending me two dozen roses. Because i was going through some that would be different. It's not the gift itself it's like. What is the hook. Why lead with that. A secure functioning man would not have to do that right. You have to look at what is behind this behavior. So it's not like the two dozen roses. Is the definitive love bomb. It's what is the intention behind behavior and so that's why it's very nuanced. You have to look carefully. At what is what is the meaning of this and then what is it bringing about
Live in 5th Dimension and 500+ LOC Energy Field
"Well time to a nether episode of moore kaba child rise. I'm your host vaughn goats and day. We discuss how to make your home phone. And any inanimate object resonate at a five hundred or higher energy field according to dr. David are hawkins map of consciousness. Students and engineers clayton stedman and jeffrey stegman. These two gentlemen found a way to create technology that sends the higher levels of consciousness to clients all over the world which benefit every sentence being within a three hundred feet radius. So with clayton jeffrey. Welcome to macabre chaka's thank you yeah This is going to be a fun one but you guys have this very wonderful wonderful tradition. That you guys do before you start any Any of these interviews in which is to kind of set a rare with some positive intentions blessings for the audience. That listens to it. So i'm going to give you the platform and go ahead and begin one of the things we typically do is we We say a little prayer before meetings. Nfl f. e. and we find that when we have a little moment of silence of say a few few invocations and express our gratitude that our meetings go while we started this with web web ours. In and podcast. So we'll just share that with you. So i'll go first and then invite von to Can wrap it up if that works for everybody.
Is There Life After Death? With Dr. Jim Tucker
"Dr jim tucker. Welcome to the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. Wonderful to be here while. I'd love to start off with a story and i was hoping if you might take one of the stories slash case studies that you featured inside of your book which is excellent by the way and start us off from their well one well known. American case is a little boring. James line anger. Who around the time of his second birthday started having terrible nightmares multiple times a week in which he would be kicking his legs up in the air screaming airplane crash on fire. Little man can't get out event during the day he would take his toy. Airplanes and repeatedly crashed them into the coffee table. saying airplane crash on fire. And all this going on he really. He looked like had been traumatized that he had not been through. Any sort of plane crash in this lies and there were several times for his parents could talk to him about these things while he was away in what he described as being a pilot who had been shot down by the japanese and He said that he flew off of a boat and the parents asked him the name of the boat and he said in a toma which seems like an unusual name for us aircraft carrier but his parents who were quite opposed to the idea of pass lies at the beginning Did it online search. Discover that there was this. Uss matola bay that was stationed in the pacific during world. War two
A Conversation With Dr. Suzanne Koven on Black Women in Medicine
"Early on. I believe that displaying medical knowledge the more obscure the better would make me worthy. That belief was useful spur to learning but ultimately provided only superficial comfort during my first year clinical skills course and colleges asked me to identify a rash mycosis fungoides i blurted out since it was one of the few rashes whose name i knew and the only one associated with cancer. My answer turned out to be correct causing three jaws to drop it once the oncologist the patients and my own but the glow of validation lasted barely the rest of the day a little further on and training. I thought that competence met knowing how to do things i eagerly performed lumbar punctures and inserted central lines and applied for specialty training in gastroenterology a field. In which. I had little interest thinking that i could endoscope my way to self confidence my first few years in practice. I was sure that being a good doctor meant curing people. I felt buoyed by every cleared. Chest x-ray every normalized blood pressure. Unfortunately the converse was also true. I took cancer recurrences personally when the emergency room page to alert me that one of my patients had arrived there. I assumed that some error on my part must have precipitated the crisis now lead in clinical career. I understand that. I've been neither so weak nor so powerful sometimes even after i studied my hardest and tried my best. People got sick and died. Anyway how. I wish i could spare you years of self-flagellation and transport you directly to the state of humility.
US Unlikely to Achieve COVID-19 Herd Immunity, Experts Say
"In the U. S slipping, and some health experts are telling The New York Times they fear that the prospect of achieving herd immunity Is slipping away as well. CBS medical contributor Dr David Egas joined us earlier to talk about what he thinks of the experts assessment of of not making herd immunity in the U. S. If you look at the data if we could get another 15% vaccinated compared to the UK in Israel, you'll see a dramatic drop in the number of cases in the United States. Hopefully, the visor vexing will be approved for ages. 12 to 16, which will add many more million people in line for vaccine. Nation, So I really believe as we get the vaccine approved for kids, we're going to get near her immunity. I think we could do it. It is worrisome, though, the drop in the number of people lining up over the last several weeks Now, if we don't reach the herd immunity threshold. Should we be prepared for large scale flare ups over time? Or will we be able to declare victory? If we have shielded the most vulnerable populations from this virus? You know, I think, obviously feeling the vulnerable is critical. If you will. Limit some of the ravages of virus is causing. We're seeing now hospitalization, seeing younger individual as the virus starts to attack them, and they start to let down their guard with behavior. So without her immunity, we're not going to be where we want to be. And I think we may get to wait to tear class of society where there's the vaccine and the UN back today with some of the privileges and obviously there are a lot of objections to that. But we're going to have to say to people. If you aren't vaccinated. We can't chance. You spreading the virus. More Dr. Switching gears a little
In the 'Shout at Cancer Choir,' No Voice Boxes Needed
"Their voice boxes to cancer have formed, acquire a new documentary profiles them and Stephanie O'Neill reports. Subject way, starting here on it. What? What? In this scene of the new documentary. Can you hear my voice? Members of the shouted cancer choir in the UK warm up before a sold out concert at London's historic Tabernacle Theater, Andrew All right, there are no velvety voice crooners in this bunch. All have undergone Lear inject Amis or voice box removal to treat cancer. Procedure leaves them breathing through a surgically created hole in the front of the neck. And they require a voice prosthesis to speak. Did what do you want? You want you? Thank you. Requires a brainchild of Dr Thomas More's an ear, nose and throat specialist and lifelong singer Wars is executive director of Shout at Cancer, a London based support and rehab group. For Larry Inject me patients. I'll remember quite well. When I first suggested, Let's form a choir. There is former with laughter and surprise and this belief It just seemed ridiculous that you would expect with people with no voice boxes to stand up and sing in a coId. That's Sarah Boden Evans. She's one of a handful of choir members who share their personal cancer journey with Pasadena filmmaker Bill Brummel himself aware injected me patient. The Peabody Award winning an Emmy nominated documentarian lost his voice box in 2016. I couldn't imagine How I wouldn't work. After Larry injected me. I couldn't imagine walking around in public with a hole in my neck. Liz Summers is a speech and language therapist for shouted cancer. The voice is a really essential part off who we are and how we express ourselves. And there's an enormous sense of loss that can occur when somebody loses their their natural voice of the voice they had before speaking through the tiny
When Crisis Strikes With Dr. Jennifer Love
"Hello everyone welcome to the addictive mind. My guest today is dr. Jennifer love arthur of when crisis strikes jennifer. Please introduce yourself. Hi thanks for having me today. My name is dr jennifer laugh. And i am a psychiatrist. Also word certified in addiction. Psychiatry and addiction medicine. I'm in a large group practice outpatient and so my sweet spot medicine is the overlap of psychiatric symptoms anxiety stress insomnia etc with either substance use disorders or behavioral addictions and. Treat everything from trauma to schizophrenia. You name it. I do it in the brain. I love got while also a ton of ton of knowledge and a ton of experience. It sounds like Too many years of higher education will leave that. I think that's going to be good. Because i have a ton of questions as we were talking a little bit earlier before we started recording. I have a ton of questions about anxiety stress in the brain and you know win were in crisis and especially this last year of cove it all of that anxiety and stress so if a ton of questions about that but first i want to know a little bit more about you and what motivated you to write this book and and put it out there so i met my co author. Idaho wrote when crisis strikes with a norwegian clinical neuropsychologist and we realized how different our backgrounds are but there is a lot of overlap. And when i decided i wanted to start writing
Park Howell: The Business of Story
"I'm looking forward to this because as i said you're nine notebook both no big story not just story but how to construct story and the power of story and you and i talked about in our previous conversation. It's just it's a delicious subject a thing everybody can live from but before i jump into that We stopped by in this world of great influences. Every mondays dogs and influenza who somebody who's influenced you in your leadership who maybe we wouldn't consider all maybe wouldn't automatically think who's somebody who's had not influence on you want an automatically thinking boy. That's a you know. Dr seuss popped into my mind if i ran. The circus was my favorite book growing up. And i don't know why that is a lot of places a lot of people say. Oh the places you'll go. Which is another fabulous. Dr seuss thome. But if i ran the circus i don't know my dad used to sit down and read that to me all the time. He ran his own company which was heavy construction up in the seattle area Dams bridges tunnels. I mean big time stuff and he said yep life is a little bit like this book. So i would look at dr seuss and then Someone that you probably have heard of Sir richard branson. I'm large admire of him. But not a big surprise there. The surprise here though. Is i out of nowhere. Got a very fortunate invite to visit he in his island. A month ago was out necker In march with a company here called digital airstrike spent a week on necker working with Automotive groups in having a chance. To listen to. And be around. Richard branson and i gotta tell you everything he espouses as a leader everything you would think of him being he is and then some and i'll be honest with you. I was prepared to be disappointed. When i got there and yet i was still completely and utterly blown
Dr. Jean-Christophe Plantin Discusses Digital Media Infrastructures and Tech Platforms
"Let me turn it over to dr zone. Christoph plantain again. He's an associate professor in the department of media and communications at the doctor plantain. Thanks so much for taking the time out and welcome to the social media and politics podcast. Thanks for having me really happy to be here so to start out here. Why don't we break down a few of the key concepts that you've been developing in your research and the first one i'd like to discuss is media infrastructures which draws attention to this interplay between digital platforms. Which is kind of the services that we're all familiar with and the physical infrastructures that make those platforms work. And i think. Maybe we're not all familiar with those. So could you outline the concept of media infrastructures for us and why we should even be thinking about media infrastructures in the first place. Absolutely yeah you allow me to be a little idiosyncratic and just tell me a little bit how. I came to these concept. Maybe that would. That would be helpful just because this is a history that i guess we'll be telling on how we can put these different concepts together. My background is in a media. Medication studies and i worked a lot since my phd. On the concept of blood. I worked lots a studied. Participatory mapping google maps. Open street map and we are here. Yeah mid-2000s is still the whip. Two point zero seeking pretty strong and the type of scholarship at the time. Emphasizes the participatory nature off these pot for allowing people to post more easily to create to engage in activism or creative practices. so that was my standpoint. that's what i really started with A post doctoral fellowship at university of michigan and with my colleagues where i became much more more familiar with the concept of infrastructure. I worked a lot with polite words. Carla goes the christian. Send vague and these folks are much more on the stf side of these topics of the study of technolog- and the where of course talking about and they were talking about large distribution systems. They're put together via standards and gateways in these type of things but what was super interesting when we started working together and focusing more on the facebook and google's of the world. Is that what. I was describing. As platform there were describing as infrastructure.
Brian Regan on the Difference Between Doctors and Veterinarians
"My doctor looked at me and said brian. You are way too sedentary back. So i vowed in that moment to get a dictionary but i haven't gotten around the house lying around the house. Doctor specialized right last month. I went to an ear nose and throat doctor last week and into an arch of the foot small of the back nape of the neck dr fallen arches my small too big and i have a trick. Nape it's weird in the human world. There's a doctor for everybody part. But in the animal world a veterinarian takes care of all animals and all parts. it's going to be the hardest job in a world where the bighorn sheep need doctors wildebeest gastroenterologist giraffe throat throat in throat doctors.
"dr g" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
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"dr g" Discussed on KTOK
"Learning dot organ. Let's talk about the impact of the Corona virus pandemic has had on learning for those who don't have. The resource is that some others have talked a little bit about how distance learning has been mohr of a challenge for those students. Naturally. So there's what research you often as the digital divide The Wind Co. Good perk it. There were some communities in school, where everybody had active Tio technology or just even Internet active and they were jump online and others did not. The first step with making sure and a lot of great companies on and organizations were tryingto provide that technology, but they're still issues. You know if you're a younger student, a kindergarten to 3rd 4th grade. You need Ah, adult to help you get on fine. Make sure you're paying attention to get set up. So it's just there's a lot of effort that goes in, regardless of your Income level to help young people. But there are a lot of challenges with the technology. If your English language learners English is not your first language, not a lot of the digital learning with translated if your student with special needs and you had other challenges that we're not being that through digital learning as well. So that's a big issue. We've been trying and and then the educators. The question is about how do you make the learning engaged? And I think one thing we have seen, and we know it's best practices that you know you can't just do online learning it still have to have a real world relationship component. So you don't need to be checking in speaking with students. How are you? How's it going? What you learn, but mean online activity will debrief. You need to have both kind of Rhea World relationship. And online connection and activities, and I'll just also say that digital divide is one major issue but issues around hunger there 20 plus 1,000,000 students killing our 12th grade who on the cream reduced lunch program. And if they're home right now, there are a lot of concerns about making sure kids were getting shed and especially of the summer months, when only one at a seven of those students during a two year who are on the perimeters once program are enrolled in programs where they get free meals. So summer is a big big time when there's a lot of concern about hunger issues as well as academic issues. We're trying to address and I know we're talking about summer right now, but I'm assuming a lot of these issues are concerns among educators and parents as well leading into the fall. Absolutely, and I think we're in a different time right now. And you know, there's Ah, a big leader in the world of Education and Karen pendant of a group called the form for Youth investment, and she wrote a Ah blog's saying at a school time is all the time And that's true. And what's happened now is there's this marking and blurring of lines whether you work for students during a school day or you work with Dr School. You work with him this summer. We're all out of school, and we all need to work together. And so the question is, what are some of the best practices that are being learned? Right now? There are a lot of innovations that air happening with programs help get beyond lined out from do small group takes socially different programming and a school district or planning it for the fall when they might have staggered schedule. Smaller class size. There's a lot of opportunity to not only learn from the summer, but also to keep the program and going and figuring out how do library parks and rec centers of accounting facilities. How do they all continue to work and partner with their school district? They're after school programs. Summer programs to make sure students are being served and have their needs met. All year. I'm joined by Aaron Dork and CEO of the National Summer Learning Association. National Summer. Learning Week is coming up July 6 through the 11th. Tell us about that week and and what? You're hoping to get out of it. Yes, Thank you. Summer National Summer Learning Week..
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"dr g" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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Welcome DR V. Thank you for having me and you you said. That's how eloquently. I have a lot of people choke over all the vowels Ravioli. And that name bordering on Hawaiian all right. I mean I like it. I'll take it continents and they made that exactly down kept the V.. In the Noor and those are very very powerful continents. Yes so how his marriage boot camp going It's going We actually have our Finale I believe next next Friday. Thank you thank you for that. Thank you thank you for that. So yeah it's it's it's going I mean it's it was an interesting season as as you know. I always say that you and I live in the same house but you live in the house I live in the garage. You do the more fun stuff and maybe even slightly more legitimate but hey can help your marriage. A- sure you have plenty we do we do for sure for sure. So yeah that's good I. It's been a it's been. How many seasons so the show has been on the air for thirteen seasons? Which is insane I think about it? I have done a housecall with doing addiction. House spell rainy intervention on somebody half of them yes actually a lot I know and then the way reality works. is they carefully. Hide that when you deal with it or or offer later. Whenever it's part of the story are well? You had said it so eloquently the last time I was here which was The production of those shows and what the doctors are on their to-do are consistently running In opposite directions so I find that really stuck with me because I couldn't really figure out what exactly is it. That at times causes me to feel like incredibly uncomfortable uncomfortable. It's so uncomfortable. Yeah yeah because they are undermining. You're you're there because obviously you know people love to see conflict. Navy is boring boring boring to being healthy as boring so I feel healing you on that in a in a very real TV show scripted. Show unreal. I heard of it so I assigned Gary some viewing you. I'm assigning I knew. Just the first episode. You'll have to watch one episode and you'll get a feel for it right away. Yeah and you will be able to recognize many of your staff on that. They're actually actually people represented on the show from your staff heard. I heard that that is the case. It's very even though it's scripted. It's true it's very accurate. Exactly goes a little over the top but but the the basics of it are quite accurate. Yeah yeah so I I always remembered that are our goals are running an opposite direction action right and and you couldn't and that can be okay to appoint right you can just you gotta put certain lines in the sand for the production team and then you and then you on the other hand have to have faith in them that they know how to create things that people wanNA walk. It's across purposes. But but if you don't get is whatever you're trying into would you ever hope to get out get out anyway. So you have to figure out a way to navigate it where you can keep it safe. Do what you need to do them. I am not totally damage your patients and still get maybe they want and even now you bring up a good point about addiction. oftentimes we don't show that I know I. It's I find that fascinating that it's really a topic that people want to stay. Stay away from me come help you yes. I'll just be a Scottish swing swing by just or even do a little lecture about addiction or something and respond to that and then you can go deal with with them once they start spinning seeing them so down for that anything like that thrill. Dr Drew Happy to do it. By the way you can find Dr vs website. It talked to do the number two D. R. V. Doctor and then Dr Underscore V. Underscore tweet is the twitter handle. Is that a new twitter handle. No that's the same but I'm so so impressed with your ability to sail because I don't know people are like what are your interests. I have no clue. Wait cursor fucking awesome. Thanks man so. So what's what's ahead for you. What do you think we're thinking about well? I I love the fact that you're brainstorming coming on the show but what I WANNA do is with my book. The word ice okay. The one Gary was in New York City the Ninety Second Street y Yeah Presentation Yeah it was so let me tell you what would have happened. So Gary Listening. Thank you So what ends up happening is I asked drew to do me a solid and come and talk with me or interview me at the ninety. Second Second Street Y.. Thinking that like I had the main stage like this is Harper Collins were dealing with like a real publishing company so drew says. Oh Oh yes. Of course the Great God. It's going to be so amazing. I'm proud to sing. I'm like thinking about what I'm going to say I'm thinking about it throughout the the I just wanted to go so well I've lay all the way out to New York City drew. Thank God there. we get there and we are in I swear to God the tiniest little classroom and there were people packed. It is eight was a classroom. I got the early show children in that classroom. Four orange blossom things just restate drew from the bottom of my heart. I love you because you made me feel. You helped me feel so good. Good guardless was happening around us vet so I just I would just a weird. They stuck in that low road. Fuck it anyway. It was so beautiful. I remember you were talking to A woman in the front row started crying. It was so powerful so beautiful so So bad advice how to survive and thrive in Asia. Bullshit that I would love to make that into a TV show of all the bags almost could be a moving all the bachelor dykes script. That's true but it also could be almost like I don't know if anybody watches doctors anymore but a better doctors where like you're talking about all the better base you get but then you're like dozen apple a day really keep the doctor away. You know that kind of go through some of the stuff that you talked about a a lot of interesting stuff in an advice. Well now. We'll give all the way we'll give it always but so for example there's one chapter called. You can't love anyone until until you love yourself. What a crock? Shit like and people repeat this horn over and over and by the way I just want to point out why. I think it's important that we stop saying this kind of BS. Because look there was at one point where we thought the world was flat so we revolved our allies run a flat world. We thought bloodletting would help people we thought lobotomies were good. Exactly there's this idea that theories matter how we think and how our worldview is affected by theories matter so if you believe you can't love anyone until you love yourself it's going to affect affect how you see yourself and how you see other people. So the book sets out to scientifically and biologically inform warn. People are these statements true and if they're not true why are they not true and what is really the good advice to that so without giving too much away of the book a little more because there's so many great in there so another one. I don't talk about this one that much I'm I'm I'm I'm glad of the opportunity. Honesty is the best policy. Is We Li- Fifty two times a day so while it might be the best policy. It's not the real policy rain. It's not the honest policy and little little tiny polite light lies make the world go round. You know what I mean just like if I were to tell them. It's great or even like your grandmother. Who gives you that fuzzy sweater every Christmas? You know this is so ugly. I can't stand that like you would never do. That was courtesy. So there's there's a difference between these polite polite. Let's say I don't even like the word lies. I don't even like the word white lies but there's just there's something about helping the world go around the courtesy sort of Greece for the wheel rain and I talk in the book. How people love to hide behind being truthful? I mean it's the worst. I'm just being honest. No you're not it'll be because I'm on it. Yeah no that's actually not true. Just mean you know what I mean. So and that that distance is like oceans apart between being mean and being honest right So people hide behind that so so that's one of my. It's later in the a book but it's a chapter that added because I heard someone saying during.
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"That I have ever seen to where he had he had alternate game jerseys and pants and socks and t shirts and underwear and no every time the guys came back into the locker room they had had some dry to put on and they could get the get the water off of them and it was incredible I mean not only our own team but I mean there was the pre-game the pre-game was unbelievable to with the amount of VIP he's came came by and the development office which is bringing into the the equivalent room because you know somebody who didn't have the right rain jacket or something every carew Hazlitt was taking care of our players that he's spinning around and take era of the ultimate compliment I'll put compliment today here in the office was John faulk praising Gary has let the one of the greats of all time recognizing another another great John Fox that he said it's one of the most remarkable jobs he has ever seen in football and he said Gary just made it look easy and it was so seamless with with him in the staff and everything that they did it was it was it was amazing getting an endorsement from Winston Churchill it really is you're right a couple of stories as of When he was here we go with that came about twenty minutes yeah so we continue talking a little bit about the Michigan Notre Dame game because you talked about second third week early in the season you were looking for that second run act to go along with Zach charbonnet in the backfield and needless to say Hasan Haskins his come about the and one that job and he was absolutely terrific Zach the running game overall but almost a hundred ninety five yards combined between the two of them just terrific yeah really really good I mean Assad was running inside plays he ran trap he ran power or he ran outside zone inside zone and you know sometimes there was holes there and sometimes it looked like it was going to be attacked oh for a loss and he picked out two or three or four yards of the really good backs are the ones that can get more than what a plays block for the plays black for zero you know they they find a way to get to you know if it's black for two they get four if it's blocked for six they get fifteen you know it's and that's that Hassan Zakar both showing that kind of ability both freshman Asana redshirt freshman and and Zaka true freshman and also true Wilson you know you back to full health and he had a heck of a good ballgame to and Good to see Chris Turner who you know some of his wraps the Dow but he's you know he's done everything he can to get on special teams he's on kickoff now and he's he's trying to get I'm more special teams and and he really showed you know real flashes when he got into the ballgame late and so did and Ben Ben Summer in as well but you know those two backs of have really taken off and they're getting they're getting better and better and getting getting more and more of the of the Rapson and doing a heck of a job do one other thing you mentioned the running game tight ends in often in the running game and and then the blocking and there's there's two or three of them that you have to come in there and really put their nose on people the way the fullback you was to do and then Ben Mason sprinkle him in there a little bit I watched I watched watched him a little bit he gets locked on a guy I mean it is it is he aches him for a ride as as the other tight ends due to I think we'll get tremendous production out of that group Yeah Sean mccune has always been the guy that's you know really lead the way ah the blocker and set such a great example and Nick eubanks you know is really taken off as a blocker he's he's really made that an emphasis and he you know now you it's tough to tell the difference between Shaw mccune and Nicky banks when they're blocking Eric all when when he who knows who to block as violent as as good as as you could ever want and he's and he's more and more every single week really getting dialed and to who to block Luke Kuhn maker has has really ascended as a football player pass catcher and and as a blocker because you just got it you just gotTa do it in that Room Sharon Moore has done a done a great job of that a source of pride and blocking is is the name of the game and that will lead to the to the receptions and and and things of that nature so that's been terrific and he said you point out Ben Mason of course that's do we have a more favorite player on the team I don't think we do and then the the the not in defense every time he was in the game in the back there is forty two forty two's right there he's right there he was you know where he's going who is blocked ah you guys are doing a great job with him as you laid him up and he can where you come across the four may not always running direction the old days of the wall back salacious linebacker I know he is coming back we'll take your right to the ball it's not anymore blocking the defensive end on the other side he could be blocking the defense and to his I could be in in a certain himself in blocking any linebackers along the line of scrimmage and not just him I mean the other tight ends are doing that too I think that's really in have gotten better to the receiver blocking is is improved you know really steadily especially over the last two three weeks and they're they're sending that that that played a huge role in rushing for over three hundred yards in the game true Wilson's touchdown the Patterson answer or returning back to big ten plays guys out to Maryland this weekend early thoughts on heading down to play the types yes it's always a tough ball game every team we everything we play is he's really good and Big Rogaine force and we were completely dialed in now that this is the most and you know this is the biggest game on the schedule and put together great game plan and we preparation and practice will be key and we're GONNA have to we're going to have to play our best Daddy ought to tell the story I just thought of talking to somebody earlier the debt Perry with Perry would say about a game I mean they're good before they can they could blow us clear out of the stadium and we're good enough to blow them clear out of the stadium it's PRI- in reality it's going to be there you go all three ways locker five minutes before you on there you get your helmet on the sweats come down over your call it come on and Fellas fellas commodity close nice and towed I I've got this game figure it out I've watched a lot of picture he's didn't call it film Lotta pictures on this team and again I'm pretty well figured out this team is good enough all of us right off the film telling you good enough to or you know what we're good enough to blow them right off the field or this could be one a hell of a game and we're all thinking blow us out we've blew them out what else can happen screw that up I said all three ways by that's a reality that's I mean if we play as good as we're capable of and they don't play as good as they're capable of I mean you can and you could blow them out or they could play as good as they're capable we don't play as good as we're capable and they're they're good enough to blow us out or both teams as good as they're capable let's one heck of a game I need to apologize you said very very well one thing I love to hear my voice the listeners of course I screwed that up turps and we will of course talk more football next week so you've probably heard of shy Nola detroit-based design brand known for luxury timepieces maybe you go down main street name you see the Shinola store they have unbelievable watches coach and apparently they got an even brand new watch that matches everything in our wardrobe the Wolverine detroiter so the I call it the Wolverine it's Beautiful Watch it's it's got the the maze face and only watch where the the shy nola company has has been my favorite Tom Carsodo says honoree captain here for us multiple occasions agents and he's a he's a dear friend and he has done an amazing job with this company he's and he's an even better friend and I'm GONNA say that Tom Tom he always gives me a ten percent discount I bought all of our coaches Shinola watches Few years ago I bought your watch that was a while ago dead what it's time for you to get a new watch white herd in I will be by Jack Harper so maybe if you say if you mentioned Jim Harbaugh Sancha and you want to get to wolverine maybe they'll give you ten percent discount they might be that also maybe I have nothing to confirm that I'm GonNa go on record and say I'm not talk to Tom About this or or the end end but give it a shot but there should be rambling going on right now it is a beautiful time piece as you mentioned the May space with the blue detail at the numbers and the second marks it's got the blue watchband it is well built it hold up tailgates victory parties and based on everything we've heard it holds up through monsoons as well as we found out on Saturday from numerous 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"And then ball still loose almost recovered then it gets to five and then you saw Arrow going through snow recover that that fumble there's another play in the boundary where opposite sideline he had really good coverage quarterback through it and he just knew he fast as a football player with with everything he's doing and go ahead data one of the things I thought was very very interested in the game we're I must admit I didn't stay in the weather I went up in the press box to get out of the weather I'm feel guilty about that uh-huh the pre-game the pre-game our team came out dressed differently than they know I don't think maybe in the old days back in the seventy as I don't know if we were shoulder pads became pre-game but talk about that a little bit and the pre-game and the way they came out to warm up well we we didn't come out in the uniforms and the pads we came out a somewhat repellent Rain repellent top that Gary Hazlet and and sunny got it's just with the idea of keeping them dry and then when they went back in the locker room they wouldn't be wet and cold for another twenty twenty five minutes before for they went out and keep the keep jerseys and the pads is as dry as possible and with that we are going to right a letter of accommodation to Gary Hazlet and his staff because it was one of the most remarkable equipment manager efforts that I have ever seen to where he had he had alternate game jerseys and pants and socks and t shirts and underwear and no.
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"Welcome back folks who listen to NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. And this doctor, Dan Solloway PHD and nutrition. I have Dr Brian Frank with me brilliant, doctor here, not only is a NC geologists one of the leading paint experts in the country. And but he also has a an expert what I think of it as a doctorate it's called a fellowship. But it's another five years of study to in functional medicine, very rare very important if you wanna live long and healthy as long as you can not just deal with disease, but how to live long now. Speaking of that, Dr Frank. There's we keep seeing every couple of weeks or someone shooting somebody up and that happened today, and it's going to happen again in a month or two, and I know some it has to do with. Well, it has to do with drugs. It can have the do with post traumatic stress with soldiers coming back after to me tours and not getting rest it can have. But I as a nutritionist and you as a doctor with a broad understanding as an attrition as I look at all the deficiencies in our food depleting the nervous system and sometimes starting to childhood and never letting the nervous system develop and then adrenal fatigue. So I want you to dress. This goes if I had a child a grandkid, or if I had a myself, and I was under a stress I couldn't handle stress like I should be able to. What would you do for me? Yeah. It's a really critically important concept. You're talking about Dan. And we we should quite a bit of it over here re-genesis health and first off is in functional medicine, we we test a bit differently than than the conventional doctors do and then Secondly, we treat it and address it a bit differently. So on the testing into things when we're looking at fatigue, or we're looking at stress that people are going through, and that can be positive stress as well as negative stress because you know, I travel a lot I love that. But you go with time zones and airports and things like that. And it's a stress even though it can be enjoyable. So what we do when we test is is we look at the adrenal cortisol. The adrenal gland is our primary stress glands. And and with with the twenty four seven type of schedule is that we keep in America. We have a significant amount of adrenal stress, and and when we do saliva test to test the the core dissolve it, those levels will be high and then people get burned out. And and so they go through a stage where they have some adrenal stress. But then they also have what we call adrenal fatigue. And if you stay burned out long enough, and you don't you don't address it then you'll be an adrenal fatigue twenty four seven. So we test differently. We use we use the saliva typically. And I think the best recommended way is to do that in conjunction with the four major hormones, the estrogen progesterone testosterone and DHEA and then with a blood test for five panel comprehensive ROY panel. And the reason we do that is because your hormones your adrenal and your firearm functional so interrelate together that if you're not looking at the full picture, you're really gonna miss something there. Yes. And I used to always think oh, you gotta go if your thyroid's logo right for the thyroid, then I learned no that's not necessarily good idea. You gotta get adrenals healthy before you do the renewed. Correct me if I'm wrong here because the it will burn out the adrenals more really overstress it more. If you hype up the thyroid and not feed the rentals, so one Sherry Ross USA say no you I have to drill deal with adrenals. Then the thyroid I don't know how you approach if you do both same time are typically. And approach them together. But we so we do the testing I find out what the status is. And then. With with the thyroid were we're tending to use more than actual, armor or nature, throwing type preparations that are that are natural preparations and more comprehensive. They not only have four like Synthroid, but they have which Synthroid a synthetic thyroid. But the nature throwing Reuter natural. But they have T one two three four five. And then when we address the adrenal specifically, I think you're right. We do need if you're not going to address them, and the vast majority of us in America, we go go go, and so we we will have problems either adrenal stress at rano fatigue or a mixed pattern. So with the stress we use what are called adaptive genetic herbs and so their natural products. But they they helped bring and lower that stress level lower that quotas all level and to some degree. They can help bring up the cortisol that's low when you're in periods of. Adrenal fatigue. If somebody has significant adrenal fatigue. We usually use some natural combinations. That have the adapted herbs plus some natural glandular adrenal usually like from pristine New Zealand shape, that type of thing some of the. Also, have some fineness and pancreas. But but so we use natural adapted genetic herbs and then sometimes if there's a heavy fatigue component. Then we'll use some natural glandular support as well. Very interesting. I personally take our now, I take what is it called is basically the same as armor, ROY nature. Throwing I take nature throw had been taken it for quite a few years. Dr haggling got it on and and my friend. Dr Cazin Ingram said depending how you developed in the womb. He said, I'm thyroid type, and I have a deficiency in thyroid from day one where other people who are drill types and different types, depend on her. And so that has to be fed and address, and I also take twenty five milligrams have tried. It sounds like a lot. But that's about what I need right now. So. Yeah. Yeah. We do visual testing where we we give patients little sponges of I do skin testing. How rapidly the body absorbs that I died from the, you know, we just do it on the inside of the wrist. And and when you put that on if you have adequate Ida in stores, you'll see a Brown orange Brown. Spot for sixteen to twenty four hours. But quite honestly, Dan. Studies show that over ninety six percent of Americans are depleted an iodine. So that means essentially everybody's gonna fail that test. And and so I Don is very important for me on system, very important for the and we we don't get at night. I saw we're out of time here. Thanks a lot..
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"Thirty books your full of a tremendous amount of knowledge that ready to pour out on everybody. And so I'm really excited be him to the great people. We have going on here, and we'll be more and more. So let's let's hope. Very soon you may be hearing from Dr Ingram. Now. One of the things that he has a new book out is about blow the miracle of black seed oil and black seed oil is becoming a big thing. You'll be hearing more and more about black seed oil in the few years. You've you will heard so many good things about it. You'll think that you've always known it. That's how it usually goes. I something new and then it becomes every day. And it seems like we've always known that information, but black seed has a tremendous effect on the body in many different ways. I think it brings down or balances out inflammation and brings down if nation Nicotrol eight different ways, it's fantastic for the heart for the digestive system for getting the balance of the probiotics in the digestive system. Great for the brain just so many things information throughout the body where he talking about join our heart inflammation, which is really the main cause of heart problems, especially heart attacks, building up, the plaque inflammation in the blood vessels. So speaking of that, I just gave a lecture yesterday. On reversing heart health and reversal may be too big a word, but you certainly can improve the situation. Whether you're talking about blood pressure, nutritionally I'm saying talking about. I'm not here. The place a doctor and this working with the people, but I can't tell you the things that nutritionally can keep the heart really really healthy and black seed oil is one of those things, but there's so much basic things that people need to be aware of like may knees him, they need six to eight hundred maybe more they may need twice that much depending on the person and making these has tremendous effect on the blood pressure, and they and then one of my favorite products. I won't make a claim for it. But it was created the generate auction out of water and that sell food. Well, you hit more auction in your body, your heart functions, better, everything functions better. And so I really always been big on selfish. What started me on the radio, but so many things like Hawthorne berry? Now, you may not want to be on that if you're on blood thinners, but in case seven. I just did some counseling with the latest a little bit ago, the head congestive heart failure, and she. So she knew a lot about nutritious use on the health food store. It said can't take that. If I'm on blood thinners. I said, you can't take vitamin k one, but you can't take vitamin k two in the form of M K seven, and you need to take about three hundred thirty micrograms with about five thousand ten thousand at least five thousand of the three and that will help pull.
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"Thousand K T. Okay. This is Dr Dan Solloway PHD in nutrition been doing this since March of nineteen ninety seven. Yeah. I was talking to a guy at the GM. He used to train the trainers in the military. And I said, well, I used to train the trainers for the pro teams they use my exercise equipment. So I train the Bob ward show them how to use my Herschel Walker when he's there and all the radio white used it. I didn't actually train Randy. And then same thing with the forty Niners in the Broncos and stuff trainer trainers. White Sox win. Bo Jackson was there. We use to rehab at all the pitching team came up with their own routine, but I train trainers. They usually didn't want me to work with the pros because they wanna taking status away from the trainers. Bob ward didn't care his he was really brilliant. But some of them were protective of their territory, and I understood that. So there's a lot. I'd love to talk about exercise. But one of the things that is most basic to your health and should be taken. It should be just as natural as brushing your teeth and as a mega three oil. We do not get enough of it in our diet in up in Norway and places like that they they take a quivalent about ten grams a day by eating a lot of salmon cod liver and things of this sort. And we should be doing that. If you did that depression, join health heart health, all these things I mean talk about the diseases that come up because they would just be almost gone if you ate that much. Now, some people say that much you may get a little diarrhea which won't hurt you when you get too much mega three, but you want a mega three oil. And I take probably. Right now, I'm probably taken four to six of the ultimate, and I'm also a using their DHA, my friend, Dr McVeigh, he noticed it when he took the high levels of DHA and less levels of EPA at night, his sleep quality improved dramatically and dreaming improved dramatically. And so he he's really excited about that. He there's a group of medical people that get together and discuss different things. And this is something he brought to us. And so I've been doing a lot more DHA the nationals DHA product, but also the ultimate two or three of those. Well, they're now realizing it's very effective on schizophrenia. It's very helpful at the shop kids people that may have Tennessee that way to help protect the brain. And maybe by doing a mega three they think. Well, let's just say it this way. People that eat a lot of that areas of the country that have high levels of of cold water fish, salmon, sardines mackerel cod. The have that schizophrenia is very very low so are other neurological diseases so is depression. They know that people have high levels eat high level of mega three have very low levels of heart disease. Far less. Join inflation. But all kinds of forms of inflammation that we know that inflammation is correlates to almost every major disease once the bodies inflamed, then the tissue of that organ gets red and may already have a colori, but redder and in the membrane gets compromise. Now passages get in talks getting in things that should get out. Don't get out all these things. Get messed up, so inflammation, search really effectiveness, and some inflammation. You don't feel like inflammation in the brain. But it can bring on a neurological problems in brain, it might even bring on cancer tumors into brain. But it brings on depression. Well, you don't you don't have a pain in your brain, your brain don't have pain since once. It's the pain you feel in your head is the blood vessels and nerves around the trimming of the. The the skull inside and outside of the skull. But not the brain itself. Once they opened the brain thinking pay put a scalpel in there. And you don't feel any pain. So, but you do feel in the form of depression, and the lack of memory when you're under if Lamasion your your memory starts your neurons, literally started getting eaten up effecting your memory. That's the problem with stress when your stress the cortisol levels, go up and a lot of the other adrenaline stress hormones, go up. What's going on nature? Didn't just say. Well, I'm less stressed the body. What's going on is that stress? Is really a fight and flight syndrome. If bear shows up, and you can't you need to be able to move or throw something at it you need to react. If some posing tribe comes and tries to take over your tribe, you need to be able to fight. So the body does a lot of things that allows you to get mobile it causes sugar to be released. Mobilize your muscle, it constricts the blood vessels. So there's more blood being pumped to the muscle, and it releases stress hormones, and does all Easter thing that really designed to mobilize you. But if you're under stress a lot on a regular basis it each your body up very quickly and causes all kinds of as obesity inability to sleep, join inflammation, depression, heart disease. Stroke, all these different things and cancer. So stress has to be controlled now. One of the things you have to do to control the facts that stress has on you is up your mega three oil and get rid of the bat oils in your bad oils. Are soy corn. Don't listen to the commercial sale. It's good for you. It's not corn safflower sunflower which surprised me when I found that out cottonseed peanut oil get those out of your diet, and coconut oil is fine. I heard someone tried to put that down. No, don't worry about coconut oils, fine. And then olive oil really good for you. Macadamia Noah fantastic. And then a lot of mega three oils nurse other good oils. But you gotta do that to bring down their formation in north natural. By far is the best out there..
"dr g" Discussed on KTOK
"So call eight hundred mega dash nine one. Oh. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. Dr Dan Solloway PHD nutrition. So I really appreciate you being with us. And there's a lot to learn. And speaking of that, I have one of my great guests, Dr Brian Frank, and he is an MD. Anesthesiologist specialize in acupuncture, and and then pain, and then winning all kinds of areas at any on top of that. He did a five year study to to pick up a fellowship, which I call a PHD in anti-aging medicine. So we really have a extrordinary doctor here the functional medicine degree adds a whole new dimension that most doctors don't know much about. And if they did they could really do a lot with the practice that they may not be able to do now. And I just talked to you in a show just recently about diabetes, and some of the things that you approach on really analyzing the and the and also the damage that can come from the little things the the areas of classroom that some people don't know the look at inflammatory sticky parts that they may not look at closely or the the instant Steve -ness of the insulin. When the H one looks good. They may still the pancreas may not be working, right? As a fun. Doctor Dr Frank. What are some of the therapies that you can do to help bring a person back from the bis, basically from the diabetes and all the damage can cause can you reverse that or at least make it where the person functions a lot closer to normal? Yeah. Dan, you know, you actually can kind of laugh because in conventional medicine and even in my life and in conventional medicine in the past we would've never even presumed that we could help someone resolve or your diabetes. It would have just been one of management intriguing, but it, but in fact, when we get the more comprehensive testing that we do in functional medicine, and we're looking at those various factors that you just mentioned as well as hormones adrenal. I wrote all that stuff when we really get the big picture. There are things we can do to help the body get healthy both from a nutrient based therapy as well as dietary therapy, and and you know, with your PHD in nutrition, the average medical school you spend four years and medicine and you spend one to two hours of education and nutrition. It's just it's just a, you know, abysmal, and and yeah. But in functional medicine, we spend a lot of time on that. And and there are some dietary approaches along with various nutrients that really make a huge difference. So I've got a number of nutrients, I've I've got one for instance, that we put a patient on she had both diabetes, and hypertension, and she has basically gotten she has complained gotten off of her any hypertensive medicines. And she has drastically reduced her diabetic medicines. And in fact, I know people that work with her, and they kind of on her, and if she would eat properly, she probably would be off of those as well. And and that's just one nutrient. I'm looking at four to six different nutrients that we can consider that help decrease insulin resistance that help decrease inflammation because the new paradigm. Whether you're talking about, diabetes, or or blood pressure problems are. Disease is that this is a it's just like a triangle. It's a trilogy of oxidative stress and inflammation leading to auto immunity, so diabetes is not just a blood sugar problem. That's nearly a symptom. We've gotta understand that at the heart. We're dealing with oxidative stress, and inflammation, and that's at the heart of almost every chronic disease. Yeah, we're talking about literally the destruction of your organs, folks. And one of the places show up is in a form of neuropathy. I talked a lot of people, and they get older they go. My feet are numb some people. I hadn't felt my feet in years. Eighteen goal they hurt, you know. Like, you've got a little bit frostbite and are your talk to me, and they could be thirty forty years old and their treble having trouble in the area of erection because the blood flow is so compromised because of the diabetes, and then one of the worst things that happens is people literally go blind. They lose her eyesight because the capillary start breaking down. And so it's a very very serious problems that all through the body every every organ every cell in your body is affected by too much elevated blood sugar elevated insulin. It has to be addressed don't take in do not think. No. If you need insulin. I'm not telling you, not take your insulin. But do not think that all you have to do is take more insolent you have to get it under control and try to get the body healthy again. And then it will your life will be so much happier. The pains the the Bill to sleep the likelihood of being obese because of elevated blood sugar argument too skinny because the bodies eaten up muscle. So you're you're an expert acupuncture can't acupuncture affect the patriots. Can you get the patriots function better? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. In fact, the conditions. You mentioned whether it's e d or neuropathy in the feet or eyesight problems. We've got a quite a variety of therapeutic options within the integrative medical community. So acupuncture would be one of those the bio magnetic pair of that you, and I talked about that would be one of those some of the libertarian based therapies. Would be considered there. And then the the for the gains waiver or the pulse wave therapy. So we've got a number of therapies that literally stimulate the body to restore balance restore equilibrium, and with that begins to make strides towards you know, where your feet are burning all the time where your eyes are actually getting healthier. I mean, I've got a gentleman seventy some odd years old with macular degeneration that we have significantly enhanced through the bio magnetic therapy. Well, I'm wondering can you do you also think you're making the receptor sites to the insulin more sensitive on the sale? Yeah. I think you you have an effect on a cellular basis you have an effect on a micro circulation of vascular basis, we have with all of those therapies we've mentioned the acupuncture, the bio magnetic there. The gains wave you all of those actually have an effect on stem cell activation and regeneration of healthy metabolism. And so, you know, the the key is sitting back with thirty six years of experience.
"dr g" Discussed on KTOK
"Welcome back. Folks, you listen, NewsRadio one thousand K. Okay. And this is Dr Dan Solloway PHD in nutrition been doing this since March nineteen ninety seven and this is dance health and fitness form. And I have two friends of mine with me, I have Dr Brian Frank which all of you know, if you listen to this show brilliant. Doctor fact, I've been going to myself, but I sent a friend of mine over there. Brent Kennedy became as everyone calls him runs. All the Louise in town. And became seems to know everybody. So you probably know if you've ever crossed his bath and became was having problems with his neck, and they wanted to operate on it, and I said before you do that you need to see Dr Frank. So guys tell me tell me what you found became tell me Dr Frank what you'd how you worked with him. What you did point. Well, I'll jump in there first this is, Dan and. Back in two thousand and six I have some next surgery and has some disc problems and how about seven eight months ago. My next started hurt me real bad. So I went to two different neuro surgeons in Oklahoma City, both reputable grips, and they both wanted to fuse my five six and seven disc talking to you and you hook me up with Dr Frank I went to see Dr Frank approximately two and a half three months ago. And Dr Franken jump in here about I think I've done five injections, and I can promise you my neck is eighty to ninety percent better. And I have not had any surgeries and don't plan on it. And my next Phelan really, really good cool. That's really cool now dot Frank. You want to talk about what you did. And why it worked? Sure. Yeah. It's been great to see Brenton. And fortunately historians like eighty to ninety percent of patients that we see and our integrative payments met. You know, I come from all. This is an anesthesiologist so not only spending decades in the operating room with the spinal surgeons, but also very very active in an anesthesia pain for for many years. But but a lot of people are surprised I ditched that. Because the reason I did is because we actually you know, there's therapies that we can do in the integrative pain management world did actually stimulate healing and repair regeneration of the ligaments that support the spine or it could be the rotator cuff, it could be the hip and back it should be, you know, worn out cartilage in the knee. And so especially prolotherapy, which is what we've been doing for brass is the original stem cell therapy. I usually say it's the original stem cell therapy had about one tenth of the price of the things that are currently advertise in what we do and classic chromotherapy is we're using a local anesthetic light came along with a dextrose solution, and that sounds odd sugar. But but that stimulates the patients. Own stem cells and growth factors to come in. And literally, those stem cells will come in and these ligaments of of the next that we've been trading in Brampton, and and they all mature to become fiberglass, the healthy cells of those making Mitch so we're regenerating healthy support structure in his neck, and and that takes pressure off of disks to take the pressure off of Merv, George, and and so it's a it's a regenerative therapy to actually, you know, restore structural support to his neck, and and when you get a healthy joint, healthy joints, don't hurt. Yeah. You toughened up the ligaments bring it back to more normal youthful level and supports that holds everything in place. What I was worried about for you and might have happened from first surgery. When you when you operate on the spine like that at first, you feel a little better. And then in a few weeks are less the body starts laying scar tissue down, and this are squeezing the nerve. And you can end up having to even more pain than you had before. There are things you can do the void that build up a scar tissue. But most doctors don't know what it is. And so I'm I'm so glad you went and did this. I know that you've been telling people at the gym that's being K, and I've got to really know each other. Well, and how important this is due in check it out before you look at doing something as radical but surgery is surgery and lately I've actually sent a couple more people over to Dr Franken. And again, you know, I mean, I went to I went to to surgeons both great guys actually, one of the groups did the first surgery on me. And and he just said how you're going to have to try to live with it or we can go in there and fees those things and then after. We're talking to you. And you hook me up with doc. It just it's just been continuously getting better and better. And I last treatment I had, you know, Dr Franken I talk about it. I'm gonna wait about a month even say if I need to get another one, but so far so good, and and been really really pleased with everything so far. One time we need to make people aware about why stem cells are coming there. There's a little pain before the before it gets better in that. Correct. Dark in pain. Isn't there the stem cells don't come and do their job? Well, now, I modified that slightly. Some people will get sore for a couple of days after the treatment as stem cells come in. When I started this many years ago, we use pretty aggressive solutions that you know, about ninety eight percent of my patients thought a bus hit him. But we don't I don't use those anymore. We use the the classic solutions. And with those about half the patients have some soreness in about half, the patients don't have any. And yet they still get good results. So there's you know, it has been a process they the last twenty twenty five years of the different solutions that I've used that. We've got a good balance between yes about half patients have some soreness. But it's not the delegating discomfort said it was twenty years ago. Very interesting because I was probably based on information on heard years ago and just thought that was standard procedure. But what I think's going on this theory, but it's not important for everybody just smiling curiosity. I think there's a one of the nutrients is dependent on dextrose and the glycol nutrient send out messages from cell to sail. And I was wondering if they were what told stem cells where to come and go, but before I don't really need to answer that because we're about out of time here, give me your phone number. Dr Franken tell people how to get a hold of you. Yeah. My clinic re-genesis help is at sixty five Southcenter boulevard and Edmund just north of the big lock campus and our phone number is four zero five seven six three seven zero six zero three give it to him. One more time. We're a four zero five seven six three seven six zero three. I really appreciate you coming by people go by Lewis. You.
"dr g" Discussed on KTOK
"Okay. And this is Dr Dan Solloway PHD in nutrition been doing this since March nineteen ninety seven and this is dance health and fitness form. And I have to French mine with me, I have Dr Brian Frank which all of you know, if you listen to this show brilliant. Doctor fact, I've been going to myself, but I sent a friend of mine over there. Brent Kennedy became as what everyone calls him runs. All the Louise town and became seems to know everybody. So you probably know became if you've ever crossed his bath. And BK was him problems with his neck, and they wanted to operate on it, and I said before you do that you need to see Dr Frank. So guys tell me tell me what you found became tell me Dr Frank what you'd how you worked with him. What you did? Point. Jump in there first this is Dan and. Back in two thousand six I had some next surgery has some disc problems and how about seven eight months ago. My next started hurt me real bad. So I went to two different neuro surgeons and Oklahoma City both reputable grips, and they both wanted to fuse my five six and seven disc talking to you and you hook me up with Dr Frank I went to see Dr Frank approximately two and a half three months ago. And Dr Franken jump in here about think I've done five injections, and I can promise you my neck is eighty to ninety percent better. And I have not had any surgeries and don't plan on it. And my next Phelan really, really good cool. That's really cool. Now dodd-frank you wanna talk about what you did. And why it worked? Sure. Yeah. It's been great to see Britain. And fortunately historians like eighty to ninety percent of patients that we see and our integrative pain management. You know, I come from all of this as an anesthesiologist so not only spending decades in the operating room with the spinal surgeons, but also very very active in an anesthesia pain for for many years. But but a lot of people are surprised I ditched that. Because the reason I did is because we actually you know, there's therapies that we can do in the integrative pain management world that actually stimulate healing and repair regeneration of the ligaments that support the spine or it could be the rotator cuff. It could be the hip and back could be worn out cartilage in the knee. And so especially prolotherapy, which is what we've been doing for brass is the original stem cell therapy. I usually say it's the original stem cell therapy at about one tenth of. Price of things that are currently advertise in what we do and classic prolotherapy is we're using a local anesthetic light of came along with a dextrose solution, and that sounds odd of sugar, but but that stimulates the patient's own stem cells and growth factors to come in. And literally, those stem cells will come in and these ligaments of of the next that we've been trading in Branson, and and they all mature to become fiberglass, the healthy cells of those making Mitch so we're regenerating healthy support structure in his neck, and and that takes pressure off of disks to take pressure off of nerves off George, and and so it's a it's a regenerative therapy to actually, you know. Restore structural support to his neck, and and when you get a healthy joint, healthy joints, don't hurt. Yeah. You toughened up the ligaments bring it back to more normal useful level and supports that holds everything in place. What I was worried about for you became and might have happened from your first surgery. When you when you operate on the spine like that at first, you feel a little better. And then in a few weeks are less the body starts laying scar tissue down and this squeezing the nerve. And you can end up having to even more pain than you had before. There are things you can do the void that build up a scar tissue. But most doctors don't know what it is. And so I'm I'm so glad you went and did this. I know that you've been telling people at the gym that's being K, and I've got to really know each other. Well, and how important is the do in check it out before you look at doing something as radical was surgery is surgery, and lately, I've I've actually sent a couple more people over to Dr Franken. And again, you know, I went to I went to to surgeons both great guys, actually, one of the groups the first surgery on me. And and he just said, hey, you're going to have to try to live with it or we can go in there and fees those things and then after. We're talking to you. And you hooked me up with doc. It just it's just been continuously getting better and better. And I last treatment I had you know, Dr Franken I talked about it. I'm gonna wait about a month even say if I need to get another one, but so far so good, and and been really really pleased with everything so far. Now, the one thing we need to make people aware about why stem cells are coming there. There's a little pain before the are before it gets better in that. Correct. Dark and at the pain, isn't there, the stem cells don't come and do their job. Well, now, I modified that slightly. Some people will get sore for a couple of days after the treatment as those stem cells come in when I started this many years ago, we pretty aggressive solutions that you know, about ninety eight percent of my patients thought of bus hit. I'm but we don't I don't use those anymore. We use the the classic solutions and with those it's about half the patients have some soreness in about half, the patients don't have any. And yet they still get good results. So there's you know, it has been a process they the last twenty twenty five years of the different solutions that I've used that. We've got a good balance between yes about half patients have some soreness. But it's not the debilitating discomfort that it was twenty years ago. Very interesting because I was probably based on information I heard years ago and just thought that was standard procedure. But what I think's going on a theory, but it's not important for everybody just smiling curiosity. I think there's one of the nutrients is dependent on dextrose and the nutrient send out messages from cell to sail. And I was wondering if they were told stem cells where to come and go, but before I don't really need to answer that because we're about out of time here, give me your phone number. Dr Franken tell people how to get a hold of you my clinic re-genesis help as at sixty five Southcenter boulevard and Edmund just north of the big lock campus and our phone number is four zero five seven six three seven six zero three give it to him. One more time. We're a four zero five seven six three seven six zero. Zero three I really appreciate you coming by and people go by Lewis. You may catch became say. Hi.
"dr g" Discussed on KTOK
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"dr g" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"Yeah most people know you as dr g on they do because they were nounce dr venus so wouldn't you should be able to say no i that's why i just go by dr don just call me lady doctor vagina into that into that there's there's a guy so we did marriage bootcamp family edition the longest title of any show i've ever done marriage yet is really marriage bouquet brielle stars family edition so while we did that together and you're the you're the one that was telling us first of all let me just say that you're gorgeous all haters in the group that were like oh no it's all fake she's all fake shut why can't you just appreciate a beautiful woman and like my dad did oh look adopter v today but that's him whole life so i just rather me right but the women were a little i'm not saying names they're haters and i was like i don't want to be your friend after this that's the way you're going to be you know that it's expected because i think that in a situation like that the the women in particular feel perhaps threaten a power dynamic than in some way is you're already there judge them to them i'm there to judge them i'm there to be mean to not the home of not to help them so i can understand in typical female fashion unfortunate how i believe you in typical female fashion some females they have a tendency to sort of attack another woman's appearance or what she looks like so i can understand and really empathize where that kind of reaction would come from that being said if you're listening and you're one of those women go fuck yourself yeah exactly.