24 Burst results for "EAC"
How Is Celiac Disease Diagnosed?
"Silly disease can't be self diagnosed. And the only way it can be diagnosed with a blood test to see if you have the genetic marker for steel eac along with a blood test for i g antibodies. What's known as a a as an awesome while. You're eating gluten so you need to see if you have those antibodies while you're eating gluten because that tells you whether your body is in fact reacting to gluten and the technical name for this task for anyone who's gonna take this to the doctor and ask about it. Technical name is the serum anti tissue trans glue. Tammy's i g antibodies test or anti t t g. I g a test is quite a mouthful but you can ask your medical doctor about getting it and generally providers with an md or the only ones who can administer this test working with a provider who doesn't have an md. Usually they cannot prescribe tasks like this or right for tests. Like this. And i would really recommend working with an md instead of an alternative medicine practitioner. In your workup for silly disease. Anyway because there's a lot of misinformation and false diagnoses out there about gluten related disorders that are floating around in the integrative and alternative medicine world which is really. Rife with what i call the wellness diet that sneaky modern guise of diet culture that pretends to be all about health and wellness but his actually just another form of deprivation and dietary perfectionism
The Gluten Connection to Osteoporosis and Autoimmune Diseases
"I'm Cassie Wenas. I've been a registered and licensed stay Titian for twenty two years and of those twenty two years I've been teaching nutrition classes and Co hosting this dishing up nutrition program for about the past fourteen to fifteen years. I am telling you this certainly not to make myself feel old. But to let you know that I have quite a bit of experience to share and I feel really fortunate to be able to be here this morning to help all of you listening better understand the connection between what you eat and how you feel. And today my co host Teresa and I will be discussing subject that I know a lot about and if we're being honest I know a lot about this topic more by destiny certainly not by choice we're going to be talking about the myriad of health problems that gluten grains cause for a lot of people as many of our listeners know I know a lot about this topic not only because of how gluten has negatively affected my health but what? Really drives, my passion on this topic stems from the fact that both of my kids have a condition called seal EAC and if you're not familiar with this autoimmune condition in a nutshell, it's when your body has a severe reaction to gluten and actually causes your body to begin attacking itself. It's kind of like the immune system goes haywire, and if you swallow even just a tiny speck of gluten, your immune system I begins attacking your own small intestine. So. Now you know a little bit about our topic for the day next, I'd like to ask a few questions just to get everybody connecting the dots as we delve further into what we call the dark side of gluten. So question number one, do you or a close family member have lupus. Do you or a close family member have rheumatoid arthritis or do you have a thyroid condition like? Disease or Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Do you have Raynaud's if you're not familiar with rain odds, I can explain from personal experience. Raynaud's is when the blood vessels in your hands and your feet. Constrict when you get cold and they constrict beyond what's Normal When the weather or the air is cold or it can happen because of stress as well, and then your fingers or your toes might turn white and you get sort of a burning pain not fun. Or is your Autoimmune Disease Scleroderma or type one diabetes. Do you or a loved one have chronic acid reflux or do you have osteoporosis if you can say, yes to any of these questions you're in for a super informative show today theresa and I WanNa help you make the connection between eating gluten grains namely the the Ri- The barley and most oats and your health problems. And as I just mentioned, my co host today is Theresa. I WanNa tell you a little bit more about her Theresa Wagner like me is a registered and licensed AIA Titian she to teaches many of our nutrition classes she of course, Co host this radio program. She's a mom of young kids and she counsels clients several days a week either by zoom or phone appointments because of Covid, nineteen were offering all of our nutritional counseling either by video or phone appointments. Yes. That's right and we are staying busy with those phone appointments and zoom appointments but as it relates to our topic today, cassie. Mentioned earlier that your kids CEAC. Disease. It made me think were you shocked at the many hidden sources of gluten when you started? Living a gluten free life all those years ago I really was shocked I had been a Dietitian for many years at that point by the time our family got diagnosed. So I knew gluten was inbred. I. Knew it was in anything made with wheat flour but I had no idea of the more hidden sources of gluten in our American food supply just to give you a couple. Of examples. Gluten is in some brands of Deli meat. It's in a lot of summer sausage and beef stick brands. It's in some ice creams for heaven's sakes and even in some medicines, not only that but when you have, CEAC, you have to be careful about personal care items to you need to be sure you're buying gluten free shampoo gluten free toothpaste, gluten-free Lotion, and gluten-free makeup. Yeah. It's so crazy to me that gluten is an ingredient in so many every day nonfood products. It reminds me of a client who had ongoing migraine headaches. We have limit. You know we had gone through elimination where we Eliminated. The dietary sources of what we thought causing the Migraines and we went through lifestyle habits that we thought could possibly be causing the migraines when we finally looked at her personal care products and switched to a shampoo without added gluten. Her migraines they disappeared.
Autumnal Equinox with Isabel Cadenas
"Apple. So you said. You've been the emirate EAC you. Marry. Enlisted, elementary. Silicon clearly don't you. Give Up Bongo with respect on the second later. Puts get. Medical meanness when both guest committed for theft better soda you OUTTA. Yes must go to. Alerts, the muscle. But fouled admitted kb that must've been. Aspen. Excellent podcast Gumbo has gone international. I was so excited that Isabel greed to be a guest. So I could test out how well my ninth and tenth grade Spanish classes have held up all these years. So let's see how well I can translate what said. Here we go. Hi Paul. It's Isabel today is September twenty second and here Madrid like in the rest of the northern hemisphere, it's the tunnel equinoxes. I get very sad when the summer ends and that's why I want you to recommend me a podcast that can give me hope to endure the days that gets shorter the days get colder. Please make me believe there's life beyond summer. Thanks Ball. Had, I do. Okay truth be told I cheated I. Ask Isabel to translate what she said and I just read that back. After mismatch Zia would not be proud. For my first recommendation I found an apology is Minnesota with Alli Ward in it. Allie suggestive tissues word that she thinks should be a word. I east to. In this episode she talks about things we associate with summer firefly's watermelon barbecues and peeing in pools. So if the tunnel equinox gets you down, grow up something on the Barbie track down some hollow watermelon an post, a few picks using the tunnel equinoxes Hashtag. Today's guest is Isabel Cadenas. Kenyan. Isabel. Is the host of the day S? No CEO Blah podcast. DASS OH say no OB, La is a narrative nonfiction podcast that tries to connect the dots between personal and collective silences. The big news is that the podcast just dropped this week so you can listen right from the get go. For Third Recommendation Isabel recommends the magic carpet flight manual podcast. Isabel says, and I quote. The podcasts I'd like to recommend is Kathy Fitzgerald's the magic carpet flight manual. I liked this story because Kathy's delicacy in writing and tracking is as magic as the flying carpet itself unquote. For today's extra hot sauce I'm going to say that the one Spanish word that I'll never forget is Limpia Para Rhesus. Don't ask me why because I've never had a reason to use it ever since learning it. It means windshield wiper.
Black Lives Matter in Honduras
"In the case of on Dudas gutty fullness struggle for social justice started long before the coup in two thousand nine. Yet perhaps now, more than ever the illegitimate government has become even more brazen and hostile towards the Honduran community of African descent. So, what's at stake in Honduras? The immediate problem is the kidnapping disappearing in outright murderer of gutty activists and social leaders. The long term problem is the systematic array. Of Garifuna Land Culture and very existence in on us. In addition as is often, the case racism plays a role in state violence. So today's show is out to make it clear their black lives do matter in on Dudas. So whiff on the show today as Gregoria Florida's she is a got food and activist and a CO founder of Gutty community services the. US base in the Bronx New York. She joins us today via skype. Welcome to show Grigoriev Florida's. Thank you so much for having me here. Today is my bless her Oscar could be with you in this. And Lisa great opportunity to me to speak out was really going on in Honduras and especially my community across. Absolutely. It's an honor to have you with us, and there's some immediate things that are happening right now even as we have this conversation in on dudas but before we get to some immediate issues with several gutty phone activists being taken, shall we say by Honduran government officials? Let's begin by explaining to people what is of run For an eighth ow Blackberry Organization in Honduras over Anna's founder because of beggar from the people. Estar. Sophomore in. Cain of that discrimination in the city close to the our community. So offer they work clothes they work with that all reflect community. To, defend and to make sure everybody in the community days enjoying the human rights. And Human Rights is certainly the issue at hand here on this conversation because in recent months has been increased violent possibilities by the Honduran government towards the getty fullness. So I want to the best of your ability if you could. Tell us about the incident that took place on July eighteenth in full delacruz on duress. This is also very historic city or town in under a spaghetti fullness. Correct. EAC. Is One of the forty forty, seven community in Honduras myself funder for one sisters after became often the display from. From The people came first from and. That was a farce espace that people? Does the land after. After that was bringing from San be think. So the after they came to heal and the answer they open the forty-seven community. So why does the across the cruise I'm from? I'm born there for my my parents might. Arrays with my. Sisters and community. Buried Pacific community and the way will come in the community. My aunts my father's tell us at home. Always everybody's coming to Delacour do have to welcome everybody and you have if you have something some food, they provide A. And they need rest from the next day, give the space even the coroner to the person get get rest for the next day to continuing journal. So that's the way our parents. Make us a racing community. So all the time is normal for us to see the Community Fund Anada community that people never for the coming for the city to sell different kinds of. Things and. We have the Pacific living in our community but something happened after the eighty, nineteen, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, nineteen. Ninety nineteen because the. The estar selling, our lance west going on with us because when we request. The. Legal communication about. Our land. That Guerrero Limiting Honduras? They do something. That was nice normal and that was not something they not supposed to do because they increase the land for. Policy and they put our land like a Gary flipper from. Inside the limit of land from municipality that of Taylor. So If that's. Saline, our land. So the organization to develop theories me our community. So that's a time our. Situation, they gained worse on this started the persecution about our leaders in our community.
"eac" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"I think you should put that on your website because I think a lot of people want to support this because we are all so sick of the tyranny of the wine and she said and most of all EAC and she's calling all the shots here. I've got a friend whose wife has not left the House since the middle of March because she has so much anxiety over hanging on every word than any act and Fez at those press conferences to the point where. He's an electrician. He's out among the public. He has to come home. Put his clothes in a bag and put it in the Washer and stuff to sleep in a separate bedroom. I mean how many lawsuits are GONNA be piling up against to the anxiety of people because of what they are doing to our state. Domina read it to directly. Imagine a person saying this to an American effective at eleven fifty nine. Pm On March Twenty Third Twenty twenty all persons are to stay at home or their place residence until the unless they're engaging essential and it's like what. I can't leave my house. Is this Red Dawn Donna? The North Koreans landing was is going on and the fact is does your friend know that more than ninety nine percent of ohioans are unaffected by covert nineteen. Does she know that I've been telling her that. I I don't know a single person that has it. I have relatives that work in the intensive care unit. They were called off work. Because there wasn't enough there weren't enough patients in the ICU. In Our city. I mean this is absolutely insane and speaking of that the healthcare workers if they wanna go out of town for something over the weekend they have to accept quarantine for two weeks. This is out the public. Nobody knows this. And I'm telling you the first time they have to quarantine for two weeks and then they have. They don't get paid to healthcare workers who need a little retrieve can't leave the town along weekend they can't go out of state or.
The realities of coronavirus aid distribution
"Stimulus money for the federal cares act was scheduled to start flowing tribes this month but there have been a few snakes. Currently the Treasury has yet to announce how they will distribute the entire eight billion tribal dollars in Corona Relief Funds Corona virus really funds but in addition the distribution of the money in the cares act is drawing considerable backlash from tribes over what they see as an inequities and it's becoming clear that a generous As the relief is it won't come close to some estimates for what is needed to spare tribes the worst of the damage To both public and health and local economies. One of the biggest fights in all of this is over aid going to Alaska. Native corporations a lawsuit filed by tribes and tribal organizations is on the table in federal court to try and stop the mill multibillion dollar for profit entities from getting money they say is intended for federally recognized tribes and of course Alaskan Native Corporation say otherwise today. We'll get more perspective on that but we'd also like to hear from you. What do you think about all of this or even eight billion dollars set aside for tribes? The number to join us is one eight hundred nine nine. Six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native today. We're GONNA start off in Alaska Mike Williams. He is a tribal chief of the AC EAC native community and he is Our pleasure to have him here with us. Chief Williams. Welcome good to be here. Thank you end Mike There seems to be a lot of shifting and changing when it comes to all of this including a hearing that took place this morning and anything you can report to us on the latest of what you heard in that hearing this morning. Well I got up five o'clock this morning and got in Alaska time at five thirty and And listen to the hearing this morning and and and I think success that I've heard this morning is That judge denied the DOJ from Extension to Monday and The schedule will be extended for twenty four hours only and And I heard that. Doj's brief Do this evening at five. Pm and And their reply will be Tomorrow noon and And the hearing begins tomorrow afternoon And you know things could change along the way. But that's what I heard this morning into Mike would actually is up in the air I think The dishes in for the Treasury to decide to into the Alaskan native corporations In Culver Nineteen money And that is in Dispute Right now and And that's what I'm hearing. And that's what's in there in. So Mike would was the justification that the the OJ used for wine and extension. What was it they were still working on. I am not sure I think Concerns that We have Was that The deadline is on Sunday. The April twenty six to distribute the money to the tribes and If there is an extension there's questions of That money You know Is who would be in question and But You know we're happy. That's judge I did not extended to Monday in for you Mike. If it were extended beyond Sunday what would that mean to you? Would you say that the government has not filled its obligation? Yes I think With the Emergency situation that we are in With the covert nineteen starring in our face that It's That money has to Land to the hands of tribal governments to fight this pandemic. That is Threatening are Community residents Right now we have seen And heard the stories of my grandmother In the pandemic of nineteen eighteen where there were mass deaths in ack-ack and other villages here and mass burials and that left a lot of orphans In our villages here and that didn't stop there with TB TB epidemic and but it's staring in our face and we cannot Delay that all that measures to To get to our tribal governments
"eac" Discussed on House of Carbs
"The signals are going the trays out there yet you feel a little tempted to try stick across the tracks. Well, my friends don't ever try. This trains are often going allot faster than you expected to be and they cannot stop even if the engineer hits the brakes right away could take a train over a mile to stop by that time, but used to be your car is just a crush monk of metal. And what used to be you? Well. It might look like what ended up on showing us floor better. Not to think about that. The point is get can't know how quickly the train will arrive train can't stop even if it sees you. The result is not pretty a kid be disaster. If signals are on the train is on its way, and you just eat remember one thing stop trains can't. Okay. Moving on. Are you ready? This is from USA today. This shocker this is a true shocker from USA today. USA today publish the results of a study in which they found out that gluten is found in thirty two percent of food labeled. Gluten free. Can you believe it house? Well, I I do believe it because the the labeling thing the incentives to get all that. Right. And the true understanding of the ingredients anything, that's that's produced in a mass. Kind of of of matter means that mistakes are going to be made. I I'm concerned because you know, while there is this instinct that that's become kind of a stigma fast. There's a stigma attached you're like difficult or something like that. But people who are who have seal EAC can't eat gluten. And then you know, they can't process it. So it makes them physically sick. So it one out of every three thirty two percent. That's one one out of every three items that they're encountering has a potential to make them sick people who have seal EAC, I don't like that. I know actually two things really to that one is a personal anecdote. I was recently like having breakfast was on and like we got special bread. And like the break is gluten free. And I was like is this I was like really rude and dismissive, and I was like is this dietary or or like or you actually allergic like I was like really rude about it. I had no idea could have actually been an allergy. Yeah..
"eac" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"Film things that were pretty that aren't of log necessarily or, you know, use your drone get some cool shots of things that you don't usually see. And I know personally when you guys for started the show, there was that part of you that was just dying to travel the country, and that that was a really cool thing. I feel like everybody at some point has that. It's just like I can't wait to get out to other places that aren't my backyard to go and film or hang out. Explore find myself, whatever it is. And then as time goes by that definitely starts to take a toll on, you know, and it's just a lot like the travel aspect of it is a ton. And I can only hope for you that you find something that fills you creatively as that project did without some of the, you know, traveling that was so awful, not awful. But like, it's time consuming. It's a lot, you know. Out that you can find something that fulfills you creatively. That's not quite as time consuming. I guess the, you know, ideally, that would be the case. Yeah. Yeah. You've. Sleep in cold boats on on. Tiny charters. And man, how just say one thing is like I have a lot of memories from that show that I never thought I would have in my life of doing things I've had a lot of times of you calling me being like, we there's no food. There's nothing, and I'm just like begging Julian to pack something for the airplane. And he's like, no I'll be filed. Get your food your port like a seal EAC vegan going into places of the country where all you can eat our French fries, which is fine. But like, I don't know if you've ever eaten French fries for days in a row because I certainly have just feeling show. You don't feel any energy gets bad like just so bad. Oh, I always have that lake one. I'm on the road. And there's nothing like we're traveling fries. In wine is always like a good. And it's great for like two a night. It's fine. And then the next day. It's not I'm not, okay. Shout. If you wanna take a last minute trip and end up in a trailer park in the middle nowhere, just and your vegan just chips, or your friend guy..
"eac" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"So which was crazy, and I moved in with my mom and still was painful. It was weird because we were the only families like, I know, I didn't know that was a thing. Did you feel it felt kind of weird? Just one sister. But luckily, we switch school district. So like, it wasn't like they didn't know when really for school district. Yeah. But yeah, it was it was interesting. I I do wonder how much that affected me. It's it it on the scale of what are called average childhood experiences. It registers as a as a Mark. Yeah. You know? But one good thing is that because I grew up with my sister, and we shared a room growing up in a small -partment. And I think that did push me towards hanging out with women more than guys. So it goes the other way. Yeah. I yeah. I have blaming the mom or something like that to you're the only male in a household as more male. But I went deep when women so I just pretty much all my friends were women growing interest. Yeah. And it's even to this day. I'm the same way. Yeah. Yeah. I I'm not entirely that. I can't say all my friends who have been at all. But but I I'm a little more at ease or myself at ease. I feel way more comfortable with women four guys. Yeah. Weird guy, but I feel more. Yeah. I didn't have I was I had a sister, but intact families so two in to no real reason. I had an abusive mom, that's probably why wanted to solve that problem. Yeah. Was your mom abusive? No, like, we of course, you know, back then it was okay to get spanked with a ruler. You know that goes to check number. Okay. So. Oh object that was normal. But. Actually, these just a strictly speaking of sort of devices. Yes. So that's to ever shelter. I remember it never hurt. And I was just like crime. Like, I better keep this crying part up when she spanks me. No not. I mean, not for it really to have an effect on you have to leave EAC fearful, I guess it kinda remember it scary. She switched to one of those paddles like all the frat, boys. Have. Cheese plate. Did your sister? Get too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Cheesy withhold drill. Yeah. They might my my grammar school. Coach had one of the the schools are allowed to use. It'd be able to speak at school when I went to school. I remember that. Yeah. That same coat kicking a kid kicking him in the ass. Can you imagine nowadays still be in jail? So okay..
The Inactive Ingredients in Pills Can Cause Side Effects, Too
"If you have a bad reaction to medicine, it might not be to the drug itself, but to other ingredients in the pill or capsule, an article in science translational medicine examined the issue, and finds that the average oral medication contains eight inactive ingredients NPR science correspondent Richard Harris reports a few years ago. Harvard gastroenterologist Giovanni Traverso came across a patient with a severe gluten intolerance called seal EAC disease. The person was having trouble with a medication that apparently contained gluten as an inactive ingredient potentially making the person's condition worse. Not better traverse, oh got intrigued and found that the typical pill is more inactive ingredient than actual drug somewhere around seventy five percents of the actual, you know, pillar capsule has actually taken up by these inactive ingredients and drug companies have more than a thousand to choose from. They can include materials like gluten and lactose and dies that can trigger allergies in some. Instances there can be up to thirty five of them in a single pill. He says these inactive ingredients are essential to stabilize medications and sometimes to help the body absorb the actual drug people taking multiple medicines can end up getting the same inactive ingredient from several pills and get an unexpectedly large dose say, you are lactose intolerant. And take a pill that uses lactose sugar as an inactive ingredient, that's probably not going to manifest in any significance at those. But as the number of pills that you're taking than certainly you might cross that threshold one challenge and understanding the scope of this problem is often not clear how much of a particular substance. It takes to trigger an allergy or other reaction. It's something that might vary from one person to another. But you know, for a lot of these sugars and other ingredients, we don't really know today in San Diego. John Kelso, an allergist at the scripts clinic says he occasionally comes across patients who have had an allergic reaction to something in their medications. It's actually we think quite uncommon. In fact, most of the time it's a false alarm, for example, after many years worrying about the traces of egg protein in flu vaccines. Health officials now say that people with effigies are not at risk from the shot overreaction to this worry can actually backfire. And oftentimes the medications are being withheld from patients who say, they're allergic to eggs, or soy. And or something else that maybe in the medication, but it's actually not a problem. In fact, one of the most common allergies to an actual drug penicillin. Is it so overstated Kelso says we realized lately that approximately ninety five percent of patients who are labeled as being penicillin allergic are not either because they never were or because they had an allergy that Wayne with the passage of time for people who are concerned about the inactive ingredients. Traverso at Harvard says it is possible to track down that information in the fine print that comes with pills. One can look in the inserts. Of medications, and then you can look through all the taxing. Eventually you'll find it the national library of medicine also has an online database called pillbox for versa and his colleagues have a patent pending on an algorithm that can help make this sleuthing easier. They're thinking about developing consumer app or some software to help doctors and pharmacists alert their patients to potentially troublesome. Inactive
"eac" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"Small gag order. Just don't speak around the court don't be a total jackass, and it'll all be good. Lil another old man on social media. Not understanding that it is goes everywhere. It goes over. It's not like a private little thing between your followers and friends. So this dumb ass puts a picture of the judge calls. It a sham trial all this stuff. And if that wasn't bad enough there was what looked to be a small sort of target next to the judges had. I've seen some reports where it's like it was over the judges head. But it was not it was just kind of to the side or it was dissolved EAC symbol reference. Odia? Ted Cruz is father could be sure. So anyway, he gets blasted for that. And he's like, oh, my God have made a mistake. So then he takes down the picture crops out target is puts the same thing. I really don't think the target is even the biggest problem here. I think it's you openly criticizing the judge of your case. I am not a genius. And I'm not a lawyer. But it just seems to me like be nice to the judge. It just seemed if I am a defendant facing serious serious time in prison. I think I would just be sending cookies. Yeah. I would be like, it's Valentine's Day. And who did I think of I you judge. I love you so much. Here's a wonderful sayings singing flowers, proclaiming my love for you. He did not go that route. Instead, he went the public attention route thinking that somehow the that that's gonna make this oath e-eh trickle that the trial itself won't be real. But my friend it Israel. It's quite real you are in a federal courtroom. So because of that the judge said, all right? He the judge. She was actually still nicer than I think a lot of judges would. She said, okay, bud. We'll let you go. Again, you do it again. You're you're you're in lockup. But now, you can't do media. You can't do TV. You can't do radio. You can't do print..
"eac" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Ninety two three boys neighborhood, John legend can't swim. Can't whistle people. That can't do the splits. All righty. Louis can't get tall. I can't do you can't do cartwheels. Yeah. You're gonna do a cartwheel before you get out of here. Plus he worked with us, man. Fuzzy never climbed a fence. He'd never climbed the fence and his life. You know what I'm seeing? So we had him on air and we took him across street, and we let them climb a fence. Wow. Yemen wasn't very well. Was he got out the hospital with EAC friendship? All right. Definitely all right, man. Soccer. Yeah. Yeah. Learnt that on the cartoon. Yeah. Yeah. And and the message. Hip hop going already. Bring someone into the neighbor. Can't spell. Let's go ahead. Bring Cindy into the neighborhood. We're gonna send you all right now. Hello. The halos. Cindy, Cindy, John legend can't swim. I can't do a cartwheel. What can't you do that? Most people pretty much. Can I turn work? You can't work. You know, what I would love to see those. I would love to see you dry. All right now. Now, most people you feel like man, there's some girls that can go ahead and work for the life of you. You can't I. When was the last time you try? Well, talk USA. Anything? I won't do it. Because I don't know how to. Yeah. You gotta you gotta you gotta work. You gotta housework. What do we can? I ask the obvious. Why are you white? Mexico. Go ahead house. We were all wait here. Obvious. If you go social media, white girls working. She's gonna ask this. You have anything to tour. Yeah. Do you have anything to work? Okay. Try just go ahead and try it you just gotta loosen up. I mean, I don't even have nothing until right? Right. Right. But you just gotta just jiggle it hilarious. Can you tell her piece? Say what? Now, I know how to talk. Oh, please. Say it again. No, how does it work? Hey, can you put on that? We got the cameras right here pads. I need loose. Live right now. All right. He's on the floor. All right. Can we get the booty doctor.
"eac" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"We're back here with and I'm just gonna read it off the thing. Matt Anga Brett sin. You don't need to go. Because I said it right, right? Still here. Still here. Jake Wiseman from corporates corporate is on the air this Tuesday on comedy, central gut. I haven't even talked about what time is this thing on ten thirty after drunk history after drunk his what a time slot. We finally got a lead in I was drunk history. But without everyone getting drunk. I mean, maybe they just do heroin. What if just people tell stories, and then they reenact them. I, you know, no one's drunk. Yeah. We also have will HIMA Wonka who came here to tell us that chocolate is not in Afridi's EAC that it is. But then my husband who was surrounded by chocolate. Never fuck. Maybe never ate his own chocolate. No, he ate it. He ate it. But that's the only thing is fricking eating wasn't having sex with anyone else or anything else. I did walk in on him making tuna Bloomberg once, but that's neither here noise it there. And let's keep it moving. Okay. All right. We'll say no more about it. It was the same impregnated me. Did he impregnate willy or Willie did not child? Okay. All right. All right. Well, we have to get to our next guest. She is the head curator of the Los Angeles, libraries, please welcome during Blatch Lee. Hello dory. Yeah. Hi. Hello. Here. Nice to see you so nice to see you. This is Matt this is Jay. Will HIMA wonder? In the meantime, we'll just silent. We'll we'll we'll Amina. Willa mean, it's has German basis. Right. Right. So you're you're the head curator of the libraries, do, you know, a lot of things like that. You would think so. And I know why I'm here because we keep bringing up this idea of facts and questions, and they are interchangeable which they are head curator, but I work with special collections and. What are special? Everyone collects whether it's bacteria on your body, which the human body contains four pounds of bacteria from what I can understand. There's all sorts of bugs on us all the time in our faces. Just crawling with miniscule bugs that we can't see right? Try not to think about it. Yeah. Just imagine yourself as an organism that collects other living things. Imagine that. How long can you give me time point three seconds, which is the takes for the amount of bacteria in your eyes to clean out the ducks. Okay. And I'm there. Okay. Yeah. Well, you're speaking of chocolate, I thought it was kind of a nice segue to go right to bacteria because chocolate is made from that. Cac towel being which we all know is very addictive. And that's why people started eating chocolate. So they could become addicted. Date with each to become addicted. Yes, everyone needed an addict habit addictive habit. Demons admits to fun. Yeah. Fun time. Okay. I'm not familiar with this idea of fun. My job is to collect the miseries of the world in a place that has the Latin basis libra for library for nine question myself libra Latin for library. Yes. For libra. Yes. You're a free easy woman. It's apparent alley heard earlier now, I am. Well, yes. Okay. Didn't have that life at least sixty. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. I have to admire your courage is an elderly woman. Do you realize your bone density? Of an limp. Your thickness is one seventy fifth, and the reason you can procreate with the new beluga is you have a khloe, which is the literacy. No one's called wake something different. No, no, no. That this is that will be rain. I the clitoris. I'm not familiar with that term. But I will research this afternoon. What is my clo- weak-?.
"eac" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Of the conservative party, the number of folks cast in favor of having competence in Theresa May was two hundred. One hundred seventeen under the rule says out in the constitution of the conservative party further. Confidence can take place. For the game. So the British PM survives. A no confidence vote Brexit's at the heart of this. What the heck is going on? Yeah. That'd be where to start Theresa May was nearly prematurely ejected as the prime minister today. Members of her own governing policy the conservative putting letters to the head of what's called the nineteen twenty two committee, which which governs the rules inside the conservative party. They didn't think she was doing a good enough job with Brexit, it triggered a no confidence vote and she won that boat today among thrown parliamentary policy so she house on and as you heard in that they call and challenge for another twelve bums what this means for Brexit. Specifically is that you now have a bad deal that she's the Goshi she where we end up paying the British end up paying sixty billion dollars into into the European eighth European Commission's coffers, and what we get in response is basically nothing in return. You'll forgive the noise in the background. I have been doing really fucked me. But I'm say, you're writing a tuk tuk somewhere. Or are you in southeast Asia? What's going on here? Outside of the Trump International. Policeman doing we even from me. Right Qassam man of action. Everybody international man of mystery right here with with with the Brexit thing people in this country. We we we look at what's going on in Europe. Mostly, and we take it as either cautionary tales or maybe inspiration or some combination of the two for what's going on here. Right. That's why Europeans. Plus, you know, you guys, you're you're kind of our culture will forebears and all that stuff. So we appreciate that. But Brexit move the markets here earlier in the week, people were all freaked out about it, and is the long and short of basically the elites in the UK wanna to find a way to just override the referendum that they didn't. That didn't go their way. They wanted to find a way to actually have found a way. And it's at the point now where you don't even have a deal new deal scenario. Remember, this is what we were talking about few months ago that we need to get really bad deal with Theresa May was offering us on the March twenty nine deadline when we're supposed to leave the European Union. We get no deal the World Trade Organization rules will the new deal scenario looks the table now. So we either get a bad deal or slightly less deal. And that's what Theresa May. And her her remained EAC colleagues as we call them. They have they did this over the last two years, and it looks like you're about to actually get great victory in favor of the Bristol. So no news sovereignty bag very few immigration controls back. We end up paying matching amounts of I mean, tens of billions of pounds into European Commission's culpas, no negotiation, overawe, fishing, Moses. Which which was a major part of the Brady campaign is well getting back all sober and right to fish. Unquoted worser territorial waters, and none of this is happening. So breaks it. Now looks to be not brings it. It's all the twenty nine rolls around. It looks like what we going to have. Instead, it's sort of what they call associate membership status of the European Union, which is the worst of birth. Wells. You take that rules. You give them cash, but you don't get any representation in the council of ministers or in the European parliament. Wow. So so the elites in the UK and their infinite wisdom have effectively managed taxation without representation in the biggest supra-national body in the world. Exactly what was happening and how I keep describing it. And and it's been unfortunately, not just the reason May's fault. It's the conservative policies. You know, I spend a little time here in the United States. And and I understand that the Republican party has the loss of rhinos within well. We have a conservative policies is almost entirely constituted conservatives in name only, and it's going to end very badly for the policy over the next two to five years when there will have to be another general election and people scratch their heads and say, well, why would we vote for this conservative policy anyway. And you know was the leader in waiting if if that happened, it's the hard last journey Kobe. Who's the leader of the labour party Bernie Sanders? Man that does not sound good. We're gonna have to help our brothers and sisters at Britain out. If it goes that way because the taxation without representation, then you add on top of that a little dose of Sandinista, socialism things things are gonna get rough. I just wanted to get your thoughts on the latest also on the the yellow vests these protests got to hand it to the French, man. I mean there protests put our protesters to shave forever. That's worth these guys when they go. They go hard. What's the latest here in terms of one? What you think they're, you know, what's the status of of the demands negotiations in to what do you take away from this for all of us? Twenty six when we had the Brexit referendum. Many have the election of President Trump. I turned around some my French friends, and I said to them. You guys following this revolution? And I'll remember I remember one of them said to me, she said, you know, we fringe we take longer to do things. But when we do them that bigger. And and that's exactly what's happened two years off to the revolutionary year twenty sixty the French and now on the streets. They're burning things blocking streets is obviously a lot of a lot of violence going on they doing it bigger. The reason is very simple Emmanuel Macron positioned himself as a centrist candidate against marine Le Pen who was viewed as a fall right candidate the presidential election. But he's governed effectively as as a as a corpus. He's getting big tax breaks to the super wealthy in FRANZ. He's a cut the minimum wage or or or failed to raise the minimum wage in line with what the French were expecting. I mean effectively in this country. This is not a conservative protest saying it's elements of populism to it. But by and large the French just want more freebies. And that's what they're out protesting about the moment. Now. Micron will face a no confidence vote himself this week. He will probably just about winning as well. Just just like Theresa May. But, but, but when you look at the narrative from the United States when you see the headlines in the Washington Post and the New York Times saying Trump is on unbelievably unpopular his approval ratings a terrible everybody wants to impeach. They have nothing to say about the fact that is now have stand down may has had a no confidence. I and my having a no-confidence by these three people that they've been telling us the leaders of the international, you know, near liberal news based older, and they can't even hold majorities competences within their own populations America actually now to Europe looks like a political haven. It looks like it looks like. Really stable place to be extremely berry. Would you think about what you have to deal with every day, the press conferences in the Oval Office and all of that it actually looks like the most stable country right now. Where is this all heading in your opinion in Europe? I mean, I know look you were an adviser Nigel garage. You're very close to some of the movements over there that are trying to reestablish some degree of sovereignty mean given the failures of the kind of elite consensus folks over there. Right. I mean, they're not really the consensus of the people. But the, you know, the establishment says try this person, you know, the trauma crawl he'll get it done. Where does this all go next? Yeah. Look, it's not going anywhere. Good. You know, I try and I try and keep a happy face on most of the time. But when you do project these things forward, you know, the establishment is doubling down when President Trump said yesterday. You know, if I get impeached. They'll be Royat so revolution. He was. Absolutely, right. Because we're seeing that taking place in Europe at the moment, it's going on in Poland. Where you have a strong conservative government. It's not going on in Hungary, where you have a strong conservative, and it's all happening in Austria is happening in these these these Vichy washy multiculturalist countries like Britain like FRANZ like Germany, and unfortunately, the establishment in those countries keeps doubling down. We're not gonna listen to the people. We're going to figure out ways to suppress their voices to suppress the votes to not do what they tell us to do at the ballot box. And so I mean, if you think the Gilead joined the best protests have been balling, I'm going to say. You've seen nothing yet. I think it's going to get much much worse in the next three to five years. We're gonna see full revolutions in these countries. Ryan qassam. Everybody know goes owns is his book, you can pick it up on Amazon. Also, follow him on Twitter, and obviously will be here hearing him here on the show where he my friend. Great to have you talked to soon. Thanks to all, right. All right. We got more.
"eac" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The job that that Keith in in yoki hard. You were able to do against that top line. I saw quote from mcdavid here. On Twitter after after the game. He said, you know, they're called the fourth line on his team. But he thought that one had a whole lot more impacted ended up scoring the first and only goal for Edmonton. Until the the game winner, the the broads EAC CARA and Kassian line. He gave them credit. But I think a lot of Blackhawks in and their fans should give credit to the way. It was. Unfortunately, a rather quiet night Connor mcdavid until the overtime happened. Yeah. I'm sure there's a lot of people here at the United Center excited to see Connor mcdavid workers magic. But the Blackhawks you did what you needed to do you take him out of the equation until all the goal in overtime. It didn't even touch the park until that shot put it in the back net. But that's dangerous players. Do that's what Patrick Kane Jonathan tapes. These guys do they make the difference when the puck is on their stick at the critical moments of again, but you gotta be happy with the way that they played in here after rebounding from last night, they're not happy that they've not lost two games in a row. And only picked up one out of a possible four points this weekend. And when you look at the overall picture of where you could be towards the end of the season, these are valuable points one way or the other, but you gave Edmonton two points in. There could be a team that you could be fighting for in the in the play or the wild card race. So you gotta make sure that you're ready for this road trip. It's an important road trip against teams that I think are are gonna be in the mix for that wildcard Calgary Edmonton Vancouver. Maybe a little bit over cheating at this point. I think the goaltender to got hurt. He's gonna be out for a while. So maybe you catch Vancouver at the right time. But these these this road trip is going to be critical. The Blackhawks don't have any road trips over three games this season. So you gotta take this one and make the most of it moving forward. Yeah. You get a couple days off a travel day. And then three and four nights on your out there in western Canada talk about the the power play a little bit. The Edmonton didn't get too many opportunities because they shot themselves in the foot shortening their own power plays on that one. We you know, you you mentioned how amazing it looked in terms of puck movement. David gay thing out of that. But they were dangerous net one situation. The Blackhawks power play on the other hand they only managed to shots on five power play opportunities grant. It was their only goal tonight that coming in the waning seconds of the five on three. But again had trouble getting a little bit traction on the man advantage here tonight against the penalty kill only killing off three out of four. So far this season. They've got to get it heading in the right direction. They had opportunities in moments in this game. Especially in the first period. We're Evanston took three consecutive minor penalties yet one was kind of half-and-half with the Blackhawks first penalty of the game to Alex debrincat making some four on four time there, but they've got to be able to take a stranglehold in the game. They were. Very good. You mentioned deal Edmonton had three shots on goal in their power play. And they were kind of limited as far as the time for the two powerplays total had two minutes and twenty three seconds that power play opportunity time. Well, they were very dangerous and the Blackhawks not very dangerous on their power play. They've still got to be able to figure it out. They've got to work at it. And you know, in these kind of games you you'd like to see them go at least two for four. And and give them that chance. You look at the Saint Louis blues. Yeah. They ended up scoring two goals in every game that the Blackhawks and the blue plate so far on the power play. They're getting done at the right time. Isn't it? When you go on the road when it's not your whole building. And you have these power play opportunities men. It's a great chance to take the cry. The home crowd out of it to gives you that opportunity to to put you in a good spot moving forward the power play. Just at right now is is still kind of the continuation. What we've seen here in the last few years were in some ways, it's kind of a buzzkill where you have those chances. And even if you're not. You want to generate chances and they're not doing that. They're not moving the puck the way that they should be. And and when you watch power play like the orders did today. Moving at tape to tape crisply from up from up high down low from one side to the other side to get the defensive structure of the the penalty killers out of their comfort zone. It's amazing. And the Blackhawks got to find a way to start doing that. I think a lot of people were probably tougher on Cam ward until Corey Crawford came out certainly than you, or I were I thought he deserved a little bit more credit than than a lot of people were were giving him. And I think over the course of the last couple of performances granted, it's a tough grade last Sunday against the Tampa Bay Lightning with all the rubber that he faced. But I think there's another solid effort not a whole lot of high scoring chances against either goaltender either Cam tonight if.
"eac" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"And that tends to be more one on one. It's hard to scale healthcare and you don't make a lot of money and most enterprises that aren't scalable. Sticking step back from this. Should we following our bliss? That's the message that we've been putting out there a lot. And I, there's a comment that I've heard it from others as well that we're better off or blisters. Our bliss. Yeah, I is. Is that an important part of your message that the promise of bliss is is as false promise? Yeah, it's not the right term and you gotta get your terms right precision in speech. Speech matters because that's how you turn potential into reality, right? Meaning if you pursue what's meaningful, then sometimes you'll encounter bliss, perhaps as often as it's possible to which I would say isn't that often those are sort of peak experiences, meaning, and I do believe that meaning is a fundamental instinct. In fact, I think it's the most fundamental instinct. It's what you've got meaning is real. It might be the most real thing. I pick that theme because it's an example of how people aren't getting you amongst the critics and another example, because you know, people say, we'll fall my, it'd be happy or light that want to be. The bubbly, sparkling water. You be good. That'd be way better pursue. What makes you good as opposed to evil bliss? Sorry? No. What about the issue of of political correctness? Much of which I think came about because a lot of my generation grew up when reprehensible things could easily be stated about women in the workplace about folks of different gender color that was CNN more the Vietnamese war, which really tore the country apart. I, I, I think a lot of my generation has PTSD just watching the news age, five and wondering why one thought they won was lying and his nose a pack. But there are groups that have a sensitivity to how they're portrayed and political correctness allows you to be polite if nothing else. Good at a higher level. And yet you've criticized creek this idea that 'cause you think chases people. Narrative, it's a group oriented narrative. It's like so people have social groups, obviously, and they're individuals. The question is group I individual second or individual. I group second, and the answer is individual. I group second or else. And the politically correct types who play identity politics. They know your fundamental characteristic is your group. Now there's all sorts of problems without is like, well, the first problem and this is the intersectional people within the politically correct camp is already realized this well, which group? Oh, it turns out that people belong to like five groups. Okay. So do you make all of their groups? The number one thing that doesn't work because there's an infinite number of groups so that just can't work actually see what the west discovered was that you have to fraction the groups to get Justice. Where do you stop fraction aiding individuals? That's right. That's exactly. I feel EAC out there where you know there's a lot of sense says that you may not be able to control as speaker. You're not going to please everybody, I get it. But for me, a lot of the speech that we would call politically correct is polite. Speech is I'm giving you a break 'cause I don't wanna be problem. Played speech. It depends on how it's enforced and who's enforcing it. That's the thing. It's like you want to be polite. No problem. First of all, you should reserve the right to be impolite when necessary because otherwise you're. You've been, you've been deprived of your defenses and that's not good. So. It's not, for example, it's not like I don't believe there's hate speech. There is the question is how to relate regulated. I, it's not like I don't believe that there's prejudice there is that's not the issue. The issue is how do you conceptualize the world or that's and the identity politics types. They have a fundamental tribal conception. They try to make group identity the fundamental issue. They assume that the best narrative is presser versus, oh, pressed and they play the victim issue and I don't think that's good for anyone. I think all it does is divide divide society and return us to to fractionation tribal existence. It's the wrong. The whole story is wrong. That's the problem with political correctness. It's like you put the group. I know. No wrong. The thing that we got right in the west is that we put the individual I and I'm not willing to see that. Eroded..
Steven & Seth Help Me Learn My Enneagram Type (Part 2 of 2)
"It. So anyway, that's that's why stressed the value of an actual conversation yet, right? Yeah. This was really, really valuable can plug up our podcast again. That's why part of the purchase that we take is where we're trying to find people like you who are different parts in their journey, like some people who haven't even been typed, we type them on on the episode, other people baby working with it for a year or two. And so they know little bit that we can kind of help encourage them on where they might go next with it. I mean, I'd like to get some people who have more than us and and and are able to teach us a few things that may be tell us where to go next to write all the road under our kids. Yeah, yes. With the integral podcasts that I've listened to already is you dealing with people who've been doing it for thirty years already in they know all their stuff I want. I want to engage people from a lot of different places and Ryan do learn from them, but also just see where they're at in their journey and listen to their story. And I think I think it's super useful for people to hear right now where your app like and to hear us go through this and the way we talk about it. Yeah. And here here, I think that if all you know about the Ingraham is what you've read on Twitter, you're probably not integrate place than that. Not yet. It's fair. I mean that that's the thing that is bad, but you need more, right? Yeah, that's the thing about about those sort of like, you know, you get these little touches here and there, and he knows referring to something really deep that's happening elsewhere. But those conversations because they're referential, because they're referring to someone else's deep experience or personal research or whatever it might be. It's hard to access that which is why this has been so fruitful and I'm very thankful that that you guys took the time out of your evening to to walk me through this because this was this was extremely helpful get. I'm glad. Well, it'll be interesting to see. You know, as you sit with this and continue to discern explored on your own, it'll be interesting to see after a while where you're at with it. And yeah, maybe new insights, maybe you'll realize that we're calling all wear barking up the wrong tree or maybe you realize that this is good and we can take a step deeper and see what happens. It'll be interesting to hear your feedback. Yeah. So I've, I've got some homework to to think about things a bit more. And then we'll loop back around here in the. Near future and and revisit that. Now has your has your podcast launched or do you have a launch window? We point the we will launch by the time you hear this goes, but that's the plan. Awesome. Awesome. And where can, where can people find you online? Well, they can find me as a Seth harsh Mun dot com. And I'm actually. Just starting to try to any grand things fulltime. So seminars, workshops and individual coaching. Awesome. I'm working towards getting my license in as a life coach and it'll be a lot of like India, Graham based coaching, and so they'll be able to find that stuff is Seth Hartman dot com. I'm on Twitter at. As harsh men. And then the the podcast is the nine podcast. There's a for that while at night podcast also in podcast, that's a the number numeral. Nine? Yeah, EAC new nine? Yes. As a Hindi short hand for ideogram in Hon. Great, Steve. Do you have any any place people can find you online? Yeah. He can find my. Odd and hopefully insightful. Twitter feed at at skeptical, underscore monk because skeptical mystic was taken, and I had a figure. Underscore. And then I've got this funny YouTube channel where I'm trying to upload things that are thought provoking challenging. Maybe hopefully encouraging which again is skeptical mystic. If you're searching on YouTube on pretty small, so you might wanna throw. Quotation marks around it when you searched for it, but often. Yup. And, and Steve also had a series with me talking about mysticism in crystal traditional specifically in that's in this feet as well. So also, yes. Well, again, thank you Seth in Steve for taking your evening and setting aside to to go through this because it it was very helpful for me, and I am very happy to be able to sort of present this to people within the feed and then loop back with you soon too. Yeah, privilege. Yeah, thank you for the upper tune ity. It means a lot to us. We appreciate it. Of course.
"eac" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Waiter and you corrected? Me and, said, yes sir. I felt guilty for server gender neutral. Server and I don't know, how much longer server can. Go on. EAC has, that really, serve it. Sounds yes very subservient I think we need done your server I'll be your meal. Companion Miami your server. Really. Now all right Right What can I expect? Here what can I get a? Straw no get on the ground on the. Ground that's been some of the best the, the, the, the the, memes the, memes the will the Gips out there with Like swat teams attacking a. Building or the one with the buzz it's, like, they're, going after, the straws, well I mean it's it is this It's. It's, not the, issuing of the concern If there's a problem with the the straws in and and they're causing an. Issue or plastic and it's causing an issue, that's one thing right if we actually learn but it's the. Laws that are created in the insane. Ways we're gonna take a server to jail Possibly six months in jail That's. Just ridiculous brought the question why would an illegal immigrant criminal who was working in a sanctuary city restaurant as a, server be put in jail would they be put in jail and or deported? If? You if distributing straws right These are all the complicated questions exact has to answer exactly because we, need to keep society safe so you've got to be able to answer these? Questions What will next week bring this week's at straws what'll. Be next week well it will, be again we'll get back to. The, okay, we're. Gonna use because a now companies are because they. Know the pressure's coming they know that the regulations coming so? They're testing the paper. Straws okay fine whatever but? Then we'll have to? Go back to well do you know how many trees go into making your straw you need a. Straw do you need a drink do you need food I mean it is this. Entire guilt trip we should being human and consuming anything you can't consume? You're, wrong for exists maybe, we should all walk around with. Human bowls that we just keep permanently and we just wherever we go they. Just dump cough and we slurp, it up and they just wherever. We, go, they've. Put food in it but you carry your own. Little bowl right and you keep that ball but my dog? My dog my dog. Only has two one for? Water one for food She? Doesn't need a straw same, with same with my cats, oh my if they can do it why..
"eac" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Joining us, cross acid managing added, a into give, it very let's bring in our. Guest hosts it is, Thomas poodle EAC head of Asia Pacific multi asset solutions at t.. Rowe price great to have you with us. This morning so our editor says it was a. Toothless threat the unlimited bond bind first time they've done that. Since February would you agree toothless threat in terms of the Bank of Japan? Did today Look we see that the Bank of Japan has been committed to this exception. Of programs that they, put, in place in two thousand sixteen so we don't, see any reason for, them to change, of course the focus should be. On the of the, curve where they have an opportunity there to let it go a, bit higher so that that would provide some. Room to regional banks or other financial system in. Japan so it's a concern for them but they are monitoring. It closely and we don't expect any meaning food Shange in the near term I mean with that in mind Thomas I'm looking at how Japanese stocks are trading banks. And insurers the best performers in, a broadly negative market how do you position yourself in Japanese equities given the broader context that play We have been overweight Japan since. The beginning of the year we we. Think that they are long-term switch. Or positive things are happening in Japan including a Cup right governance reform as well as some of the devaluation which was attractive relative to, their peers so on these busiess these has changed so we continue to be positive I think. What we have seen as well as that Japan has been a bit seen..
"eac" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Adam corolla eac get it on got to get it on a judge with a mandate get it on tune in and thanks for telling a friend that about you and we appreciate that you keep us going all these years good day gina grad fame is a bitch yeah love that show aj murders candle ago that's everyone screws it all right one dollar shave club for this half of the show go to dollarshaveclub dot com so shannon i kit for five bucks but your box just had their stake last night and get ten bucks off you go and it's a free baking who doesn't love free baking free shipping castrol edge as well taylor more about castrol edge and second actor spans is coming in just long enough at the wedding that was lovely brian it was lovely lovely i love dr i love i love good goofball i am i'm a fan of a good goofball i don't like mean guys and dude the worst the worst there's two qualities i realize i i there's a quality i hate more than soft on a guy i hate soft i hate wouldn't guys i hate i hate tattle tales i hate when people are like i just thought you should know i just forwarded this email or i just wanted you to find out like i we've all been there we've all done that so situations dustups with people and all that other person did was make it worse and they never a first things first they don't have to say anything in the first place but they choose to say something and then when they choose to say something it never comes out in the context that you were saying it it's always an inflation the person never gets a clear shot at it they just get that version of it and now they're angry and agitated which is the point of the show thought you should know person i guys of oh this is necessary yeah although it's weird because it's so it's the opposite of necessary look literally.
"eac" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Same area as we is grown too so the northern plains of the us have seen expanded production of chick peas i drive peas lentils and declining plantings of we who so for people with seal eac disease or otherwise concerned about luton this would seem to be a big win gluten free products are becoming more easily available and awareness is growing and on the medical front no longer takes a largescale famine like the one in holland during world war two to identify celia patients these'developments developments are exactly what doctors lake alexio fasano and benjamin level all have been working towards right well despite all of our interest in seal xi's and efforts to raise awareness level again it looks like the majority of patients with seac disease are still going undiagnosed and therefore eating gluten possibly too longterm medical harm despite that we have all these other people who don't have celia disease and if adopted the glutenfree diet so could very well be that our efforts for outreach and awareness of seal eac disease have been basically met on wrong audience or different audience and so our efforts to say celia disease can affect all races and ethnicities young and old the many faces of seac disease has not fallen on deaf ears but fallen on other ears a different set of years right those with seal eac disease by and large haven't gotten the message i went back to emma morgenstern our producer who has sealed disease to ask about levels concern with all the undiagnosed cases still out there uh i think we should be concerned about it silly i can be very harmful to people who don't know they have it so i guess one prescription would be for much more widespread screening as we've seen with a lot of maladies an increase in screening can also turn up a lot of false positives which can lead to its own set of problems so how much of a concern is that in the case of seal act disease well i definitely think that's a concern and i have recently kind of found myself in the position of maybe having been over diagnosis if for seal eac disease yeah so tell me more finally enough you have with doing research for this episode i was reading about the recommendations for celia patients and follow up.
"eac" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Look at the recent spike in seal eac disease and why historically it's been underdiagnosed the syndromes unfortunately are not streets ford like many autoimmune diseases we'll look at the intersection between health trend and media sensation jenny mccarthy was hugely influential we look at the economic implications of gluten free movement both micro i probably spans upwards of twelve hundred dollars a month on groceries and macro the northern plains of the us have seen declining plantings of wheat gluten gluten everywhere that's right after this and and then and now from the wnyc's studios this is freaking out mix radio the show that explores the inside of everything here's your host stephen governor a left the oath asano is one of the world's leading authorities on seal eac disease and gluten a r can't make that stadium and myself but we week in he is by the time for sanoh started his medical studies in the 1980s silly disease was understood much better than in willem dick his era so let's start with what we know first of all the name seal eac it's from the greek meaning a sickness of the belly and how is the disease defined this is truly an autoimmune disease is like having diabetes serb multiple sclerosis or whether a try this so silly ac is an autoimmune disease with as fasano puts it a recipe containing at least two ingredients one genetic predisposition many genes needs.
"eac" Discussed on Critical Role
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"eac" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
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